Amelia (Millar) Henderson migrated from Scotland to NewZealand.
11 Feb 1817 
Kippen Stirlingshire, Scotland 
Unconfirmed but would love to confirm date and parents! Henderson-2297 01:13, 6 May 2017 (EDT)
20 FEB 1815
Kippen, Par. of Clackmannan, STI, SCT 
IF this is the correct Amelia!
as there is an entry for the chr. of an Emilia Miller d/o John Miller and Margaret Miller. It is sometimes suggested that this couple, the John and Margaret Miller who married Jan 15 1814 in Kippen are the right parents for Amelia/Emilia, but this doesn't fit either the naming pattern of James and Amelia's children or Amelia's father on her dth cert or grddtr Millie's note that Amelia's mother was a Miss Chrystal
29 Apr 1894
Island Cliff, nr Oamaru, Otago, New Zealand
cert #24 reads: 1894 29th April Island Cliff (probably residence of son John) Amelia Henderson aged 77, of old age, not certified, Father James Millar, (no mother shown on cert), Buried 2nd Mary 1894, Oamaru Cemetery Alexander B Todd, Pres. Minister. Born Kippen Stirlingshire, in NZ 20 years. Married Stirling, SCT at age 20 to James Henderson. Surviving children listed as 5 males: 57 (Archibald),53 (James),51 (David),49 (William),39 (John), and 7 females: 55 (Margaret),47 (Elizabeth),43 (Amelia),40 (Mary),36 (Janet),36 (Isabella),34 (Agnes). Informant Falconer, Undertaker, Oamaru, registered 14th May 1894 
Oamaru Cem., Oamaru, Otago, New Zealand 
Having just uploaded Amelia HENDERSON nee MILLARs golden wedding photo and reminded myself of the newspaper report of the time
"They had 5 sons, 7 dtrs, all living, 58 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren"
Do we have all of these people identified and included on WikiTree?
Love to hear from you if you are descended from Amelia and can add to our knowledge of the family.
The 5 sons and 7 daughters by my current count:
1. Archibald - 10 children 4 died prior to 1886
2. Janet - 2 children - 1 deceased by 1886
3. Isabella - 6 children - all living 1886
4. Agnes - 3 children - all living 1886
5. Margaret - 9 children - 1 no longer living 1886
6. James - no known children
7. David - 8 children - 1 deceased
8. William - 8 children - all living 1886
9. Elizabeth - 8 children - all living 1886
10. Amelia - 6 children - all living 1886
11. Mary - 8 children - all living 1886
12. John - 5 children - all living 1886
Which makes 72 grandchildren, less 7 known to be deceased, so 65 compared to the 58 known to Amelia at the time.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Amelia by comparing test results with other
carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line: