Maybe in the frame of one of George H's paintings?
Interesting that Eliza called her daughter by George Hildebrand.....Hilda.
Now that makes me wonder if her other 2 children (while not with William Winter) may have the fathers' names included.
she may have wanted these children to be found and identified...as women in her situation often did in those days.
Eliza An was 17-18yrs old…I’m sure it’s just a typo on Ngaire’s tree…she has it as 28yrs.
Ngaire's tree looks to be very well researched.
From the Tree on Ancestry owned by a McCreanor descendant…a very well researched tree by all accounts…sources cited etc.
Eliza Ann WEBB born 22 June 1864 in High Portpean, St Austell Parish, Cornwall, Eng.
The daughter of Thomas WEBB (1831-1871) and
Susan Best MARTIN (1834-1821 died in NZ)
Eliza Ann WEBB aged 17yrs married William John David WINTER on 4 May 1882 at madras St, Chch, the home of the bride’s mother.
ETA: It's very common for women to use their maiden name...or even their mother or grandmother's maiden name when registering children born between marriages. It's also very common to find a name of the reputed father to be included in the child's name. Guess this is what makes genealogy so addictive...always looking for that last piece of the puzzle.
It's quite common to find people enrolled in 2 or more different electorates at the same time. Especially in the 'olden days" like 1940;-))The main reason being that they have moved from one address to another without advising the electoral office.
I've found people in e.rolls who died years ago but haven't been removed.
Then there are those wealthier people who own more than one residence who have enrolled in all the electorates that they own property in.
And of course, there are always the scandalous ones...
I'm sure the producers could find enough NZ celebrities to make a series. Mind you...there is a bit of an attrition rate...they search a huge number of celebs, but only continue the research if there is something to make a story out of. Most of we "kiwi's" of European/ UK origins have come from very humble working class stock....not that much interest in following a family down a coal mine for example. Most of my coal mining ancestors must be still down the mines cos I can't find lots of them...I guess one or 2 must have come up for air...otherwise I wouldn't
be here. LOL
Eliza Ann's death details
Died at 583 Madras Street ( her son James' house) on 14 Oct 1942 aged 77 and cremated at Bromley Crematorium,ashes scattered in the rose gardens according to their card index. Death registered as 'Eliza Ann Kennard commonly known as Eliza Ann Winter '.
I have your letter...now digesting it. Hubby has been assigned to kitchen duties...I can't do all this sleuthing and cook at the same time;-))
Well...Eliza's maiden name was Webb...so could be a connection;-))!! And Eliza's mother Susan WEbb died in CHCH, so her family were there. I don't ChCH either...but I would hazard a guess to say that Caledonian and Webb Streets in St Albans weren't too far away.
more likely to be Wick(low) in Ireland, not USA LOL.