Trying to locate Mimie Vigers (Goldsmith) parents (Goldsmith-1193)

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Hi all,

I've run in to a brick wall again as I attempt to locate the parents of Mimie Vigers, born Goldsmith. Mimie (otherwise known as Minnie) was born between 1968 and 1969, according to her headstone. She married Alfred Kenneth Vigers - son of Charles and Anne Vigers in New Zealand in 1894. She passed away on 10 August, 1926. She is buried at the Ormondville Cemetery, NZ. Here is the link to her headstone: https://www.tararuadc.govt.nz/Living-Here/Community-Information/Cemeteries/Records-Search

I am unsure as to if Minnie was born in NZ as I have been unable to find a record for any Goldsmith births between 1868 and 1869. Please help :) 

Thank you!

WikiTree profile: Mimie Vigers
in Genealogy Help by Shyla Barry G2G2 (2.3k points)

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The only Minnie Goldsmith I could find on findmypast was this, although not right 

Minnie Gertrude

Last name Goldsmith

Marital status Single/Spinster

Age 25

Birth year 1868

Marriage year 1893

Marriage date 21 Feb 1893

Place Res of Rev C H Goldsmith Kensington

District Norwood

State South Australia

Country Australia

Father's first name(s) Charles Henry

Father's last name Goldsmith

Spouse's first name(s) John

Spouse's last name Johns

Spouse's marital status Single/Spinster

Spouse's age 28

Spouse's birth year 1865

Spouse's father's first name(s) James

Spouse's father's last name Johns

Registration number 174/632

Record set South Australia Marriages 1842-1937

Category Life Events (BDMs)

Subcategory Civil Marriage & Divorce

Collections from Australasia

by Marion Poole G2G Astronaut (1.1m points)
selected by Shyla Barry
Thank you Marion. You are a gem. I saw part of this record earlier, although I suspect that she may potentially be a different person to whom I am looking for. I'll keep searching and looking at alternative names for her. It's so far a mystery.

Thank you so much.
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There is a Marcella Mima Goldsmith in the Auckland electoral roll 1896 - mother? or totally no relevance. [Source: Ancestry]
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You may need to buy her marriage printout as it should show the names of her parents. If you are really lucky, you might find a NZ Goldsmith will on FamilySearch that shows her or her husband as an executor or beneficiary. (No marriage announcement on Paperspast.)
by Fiona McMichael G2G6 Pilot (162k points)

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