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Amy Jemima (Stone) White (1860 - 1932)

Amy Jemima "Jemina" White formerly Stone
Born in Auckland, New Zealandmap
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Wife of — married 1880 in New Zealandmap
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Died in Auckland, New Zealandmap
Profile last modified | Created 16 Nov 2013
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Biography

Amy was born in 1860. She was the daughter of Captain James Stone and Louisa Rawlings. She passed away in 1932.

Auckland Star 3.6.1932 P:9 Obituary MRS. W. B. WHITE. A very old resident of Auckland, Mrs. Amy J. White, died at her home in Gilgit Avenue, Epsom (Auckland) on May 31. Mrs. White was the youngest daughter of the late Captain James Stone, an early settler in Auckland. She was the widow of the late Colonel W. B. White, who represented the Grafton ward on the Auckland City Council from 1894 to 1900. Colonel White was a son of the late Mr. John White, author of "Ancient History of tile Maori."




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