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New Zealand Immigration

On 6 February 1840 The Treaty of Waitangi was signed between Britain and various Maori chiefs. The treaty essentially meant that New Zealand became a colony of Great Britain. Considerable settlement followed, mainly from Europe, but primarily from Britain & Ireland.


Wanganui Chronicle May 6 1879

Shipping

Port of Wanganui

ARRIVED

May 5. - St Kilda, 175 tons, Flowerday from Port Chalmers, Oamaru & Lyttelton.
Passengers – Mr & Mrs Hart, Messrs Murphy,Welbeloved, Stephens, Williams & Wintle.

With acknowledgement to:- Papers Past



New Zealand, Immigration Passenger Lists, 1855-1973
Name Age Occupation Departure
Port
Departure
Date
Arrival
Port
Arrival
Date
Ship
Francis Wellbelovd 51 Carpenter London 15 Dec 1887 Wellington 31 Jan 1888 S.S Aorangi
Emily Wellbelovd 45 London 15 Dec 1887 Wellington 31 Jan 1888 S.S Aorangi
Herbert Wellbelovd 2 London 15 Dec 1887 Wellington 31 Jan 1888 S.S Aorangi

Note surname entered as 'Wellbelovd' in error - should be 'Welbeloved'. Surname transcribed as
Wellbelond by FamilySearch. Francis' full name was William Francis Welbeloved

With acknowledgement to:- FamilySearch



Passenger lists leaving UK 1890-1960
Name Date of Birth Occupation Departure
Port
Departure
Date
Arrival
Port
Marital
Status
Ship
Pamela Wellbeloved 19 May 1923 Clerk Southampton 11 Dec 1956 New Zealand Single Southern Cross

With acknowledgement to:- FindMyPast


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