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Briavells St. Briavels St. Brides St. Charles was educated at Invercargill and later became a farmer and firewood merchant of Mokotua. Mokotua is in the Southland region of New Zealand, about thirteen miles from Invercargill and forms part of the electoral district of Mataura. Their marriage produced eight sons and five daughters between and George Hamilton was a member of the Plymouth Brethren and was a medical missionary who was a devout Christian and later went to work in Argentina and Bolivia.
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Two of his sons went on to carry out his missionary work, while he has a grandson currently living in Canada. This information has been provided by a member of the Hamilton family living in Melbourne, Australia in His plant consisted of an eight horse-power traction engine for cutting and hauling firewood and a large saw-bench with two saws, one three feet and the other four feet six inches. He sent from to cords of wood to Invercargill annually.
The last known address of Charles Collett was 56 Ritchie Street in Invercargill, his death occurring on 2 nd May , following which he was buried in Block 23 Plot at the Eastern Cemetery, where his wife Agnes Collett nee Hamilton was later buried following her death at Mabel Bush in Invercargill on 24 th July The gravestone describes the couple as Charlie Collett, age 78, who died in , and Agnes Collett, age 78, who died in In addition, the same burial plot includes the bodies of their son James Henry Collett, who died in , and his wife Elizabeth Charlotte, who died in , together with their daughter Evelyn Thelma Collett who died in One other Collett, Judith Carolyn Collett is also buried there and she died on 20 th July when she was only five days old.
The following words were taken from an advert placed in the Wellington Evening Post in David William Collett. Charles Alfred Collett. Jessie Maria Collett. John Edward Collett. Eliza Rebekah Collett. Robert Jacob Collett. Rebecca Flora Collett. Alice May Victoria Collett. Albert Edward Collett. Lilly Collett. It was in when he married Ellen Barrie who was born in However, by then Ellen had given birth to two base-born children, Robert Barrie Collett who was born in and Marion Dick Barrie who was born in , the father possibly being James Henry Collett. Over the following years they were blessed with a further five children.
James was 81 when he died on 21 st May and was buried at Winton Cemetery in Southland, with Ellen Collett nee Barrie having passed away nearly two years earlier on 23 rd July when she had been residing at New River Road in Winton, Southland. Apart from the registration of her birth Ref. Robert Barrie Collett.
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The only other known fact about him is that in he married Florence Ball. He was one year old in the Stroud census of , was 11 years old in the census of , and was 23 in In the latter, he was living at Fair View in Randwick with his widowed father and his three sisters. His occupation at that time was that of a woollen cloth worker. Mary F Collett was born at Stroud in but after the census day that year. Just like her brother William above and her sister Rose below her ages in the and censuses were at odds with each other. She was stated as being aged nine years in and 21 in and for the latter her name was written as Maria Collett.
Also in , she was living with her widowed father and her siblings at Fair View in Randwick from where she was employed as a woollen cloth worker.
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In she was living at Fair View in Randwick with her family and was working as a woollen cloth maker like her older sister and brother. Sarah was one year old in the Randwick census of when she was living there with her parents and her three siblings, but not long after that, her mother died. Sarah was eleven and was attending school in when she was living with her widowed father William and her three siblings at Fair View in Randwick. Twenty years later Sarah was the only member of the family still living with her father at Randwick where she was acting as housekeeper for her father. She was three years old in the Stroud census of and in at the age of 13 she and her family were residing at Clark Court off Acre Street in Stroud.
It is understood that sometime prior to the next census in Elizabeth Collett from Stroud married Charley Brownjohn. Lucy Collett was born at Stroud during , the last child born to John Collett by his wife Harriet Holder, who was two years old in when living with her family at Clark Court, Acre Street in Stroud, where she may have also been born. Following the death of her father in Lucy was the only child still living with her widowed mother in when she was 12 years of age, and she was still living with her in , although by then they were recorded as two charwomen living in Rodborough.
Around the time of the death of her mother in at The Knoll, Parliament Street in Stroud, it would appear that Lucy married Hubert Charles Berkeley and by the time of the Stroud census in Lucy, age 32, had presented her husband Hubert with two sons.
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Hubert Charles Berkeley was 28 and their two children were Hubert George Berkeley who was two years old and Frederick John Berkeley who was only seven months old. She was known as Bremmy and was born during Bremmy Collett died in November at the age of 72, while Walter James Collett survived for another fourteen years, when he died at Cradock during However, an alternative source now suggests that Walter James Collett passed away during August John Alexander Collett.
Olive Mary Collett. George Chapman Collett. Cecil Walter Collett. Mildred Kate Collett. Hilda Rose Collett. She married James Butler on 28 th March at Cradock. James was born at Cradock on 22 nd July Letty was educated at Bedford and was the first of only two of the daughters of John and Mary Collett that did not stay in farming.
Letty died in while her husband had died many years before on 17 th June Herbert Joseph Collett was born at Grahamstown on 14 th February He never married and during his older years he was looked after by his younger sister Jessie below. Jessie Marion Collett was born at Grahamstown on 29 th May and like her older brother Herbert with whom she lived in their old age, she never married. So it was as Jessie Marion Collett that she died on 21 st December , aged 88, following which she was buried two days after at the Fish River Cemetery.
It was there at Grassridge Farm that she married Charles Butler on 14 th October in a double ceremony with her sister Rosa Collett below. He was born on 11 th January at Barnstaple in Devon, England and his marriage to Emma produced five children for the couple. Emma was the second of only two daughters of John and Mary Collett who did not continue in the family business of farming. Instead she started a newspaper in Vryburg and later, between and , she was the Mayor of Cradock.
Seven years after she ceased her mayoral duties Mary Emma Butler nee Collett died at Cradock on 25 th March aged 85 and was followed less than two years later by her husband who died at Uitenhage in Eastern Cape on 7 th January Tragically it was there also that she died just two weeks later on 6 th March This was a double wedding with her sister Emma Collett above and over the following years Rosa presented Joseph with six children.
Their marriage resulted in the birth of seven children. John lived a long and fruitful life that produced seven children before his death at Uitenhage on 17 th September when he was Kate was a widow for the next nine years until her death in Kathleen Maud Owen Collett. Hazel Mary Owen Collett.