Nathan & wife Elizabeth, together with Nathans sister Fanny, travelled to Port Nicholson (Lyttelton) on the "Robert Small" for the cost of a 23 pound promissory note. They landed on 29/1/1860. Elizabeth was very pregnant with James and on arrival walked the bridle path from Lyttelton to Christchurch. They then lived in a house on the corner of River & Ferry Roads. It appears Elizabeth could not read or write, as she marked James birth Reg. with a cross and missed a misspelling of Overend as Overing. Gordon-7688
Residence in UK 1841Dewsbury, Yorkshire,Yorkshire West Riding, England Nathan Applied for citizenship in Rhode Island USA 1860 Residence in NZ Cnr River & ferry Rds, Woolston, Ch-Ch.
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