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Aileen May HAMILTON

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Back to this puzzle.

Arthur migrated with his brother John William per 'Jelunga' which left London 24 Jun 1891 and arrived Brisbane 17 Aug 1891. It was a vessel of 5191 tons under the command of Capt. A W Mann - IMM124, p288 M1704 Z1965

Arthur Hamilton married Mary Ann Hammond 28 Nov 1903 but not found in index in any state in Australia or in NZ. ??

Daughter Aileen was born abt 1905 but where ?

1919 NZ Electoral Roll - Wellington - Wellington East
HAMILTON Arthur, 14 Upper Rata road, Salvation Army Officer
HAMILTON Mary, 16 Upper Rata road, married

1935 NZ Electoral Roll - Wellington - Wellington East
HAMILTON Arthur, 70 Duncan Tce., S. A. officer
HAMILTON Mary, 70 Duncan Tce., married
HAMILTON Eileen May, 70 Duncan Tce., spinster

Vic. Death 23380/1968 HAMILTON Aileen May 63 - HAMILTON Alber - Mary HAMMOND - d. Glen Iris, Vic.

The Age (Melbourne, Vic.) - Thu 19 Sep 1968 p.16
HAMILTON, Aileen May. Dear cousin of Boyne Martin and Josephine Leslie and family.
A lifetime of service to others.

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) - Fri 25 Jun 1948 p.6
OBITUARY
COLONEL ARTHUR HAMILTON
Colonel Arthur Hamilton, Salvation Army, died at his home, Denman Ave, Glen Iris, yesterday morning at age 76.
He was a Salvation Army officer for 50 years and had served in Japan and New Zealand. He was Financial secretary in NZ before he retired in 1937.
He is survived by his Widow and daughter.
A service will be held in Camberwell Citadel at 2 pm today before the funeral leaves for Box Hill Cemetery.


I have nothing between 1891 arrival and 1919 NZ roll.
 

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