Marie Louise Amalia Smith

Female - 2007


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Marie Louise Amalia Smith (daughter of Gordon Bundesen Smith and Louisa Devine); died 12 Apr 2007, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried Ruru Lawn Cemetery Bromley, Christchurch, New Zealand.

    Notes:

    Died:
    Marie Louise Amalia Smith
    Birth unknown
    Death
    Burial
    Ruru Lawn Cemetery
    Bromley, Christchurch City, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Plot Block 37. Plot 368
    Memorial ID 174704052
    (Find A Grave Memorial)

    Brother

    Lloyd Gordon Smith
    Birth unknown
    Death 13 Mar 1962
    Burial
    Ruru Lawn Cemetery
    Bromley, Christchurch City, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Plot Block 37. Plot 368
    Memorial ID 174704031
    (Find A Grave Search)


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Gordon Bundesen Smith was born 1888, Timaru, New Zealand (son of Alfred William Smith and Amalia/ Maria Frederica Gotting/Bundesen); died 21 Jul 1963, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried 23 Jul 1963, Ruru Lawn Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand .

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Registration Number; 1888/3873
    Family Name: Smith
    Given Name(s): Gordon Bundesen
    Mother's Given: Maria
    Name(s) Father's Given
    (Births, Deaths and Marriages Online, New Zealand Government)

    Alfred, Gordon, Edith
    Edith May MacPherson
    Lloyd Gordon Smith
    Marie Louise Amalia Smith



    Buried:
    Surname: Smith First name(s): Gordon Burndesen Date of death: Sunday, 21 July 1963 Cemetery: Ruru Lawn Cemetery Date of burial: Tuesday, 23 July 1963 Block number: 37 Plot number: 386 Age: 75 years Address: [For privacy reasons this address is not displayed] Occupation: Retired Motor Mechanic Place of birth: Timaru, NZ Years in New Zealand: 75

    Gordon married Louisa Devine 31 Dec 1912, Christchurch, New Zealand. Louisa was born 1885, New Zealand; died 1 May 1958, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried 2 May 1958, Ruru Lawn Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Louisa Devine was born 1885, New Zealand; died 1 May 1958, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried 2 May 1958, Ruru Lawn Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Birth Registration 1885/2641
    Parents Hugh Devine and Annie Devine.
    (New Zealand, Civil Records Indexes, 1800-1966 )

    Marriage of Hugh Devine and Annie Bryant
    Reg No 1877/541
    (New Zealand, Civil Records Indexes, 1800-1966 )

    At 27, Hugh Devine married 19 year old Annie Bryant daughter of William and Ann Bryant (nee Bond) of Lyttelton, at Holy Trinity Church, Lyttelton on 17 February 1877.

    Death
    Hugh Devine died on 12 Mar 1926 in the Timaru Hospital
    (Death Notice)

    Hugh Devine
    Birth 1 Apr 1850
    Death 12 Mar 1926 (aged 75)
    Burial
    Rotherham Cemetery
    Rotherham, Hurunui District, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Plot Row 3, Plot 39
    Memorial ID 206104579 · View Source
    (Find A Grave Search)

    Annie Devine died 12 May 1937 aged 79.
    Registration Number 1937/23454
    New Zealand, Civil Records Indexes, 1800-1966

    Annie Devine
    Birth unknown
    Death unknown
    Burial
    Rotherham Cemetery
    Rotherham, Hurunui District, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Plot 175
    Memorial ID 209195246 · View Source
    Find A Grave Search)

    Devine, Hugh, Farmer, Greenbank Farm, Rotherham. Mr. Devine was born in 1853 in County Donegal, Ireland, where he was educated and brought up on his father's farm. He came to Lyttelton in 1870, in the ship Mary Shepherd, and engaged in farm work and shepherding throughout Canterbury. He was head shepherd for six years at Parnassus station, eight years at Balmoral, and four years at Leslie Hills. In 1896 he began farming for himself on thirty acres of freehold, and he has seventy acres of leasehold; since then he has added 100 acres of freehold to his areas, and he carries on mixed farming. Mr. Devine was for some time a member of the Rotherham school committee. He was married, in 1877, to a daughter of the late Mr. William Bryant, of Lyttelton, and has three sons and two daughters.
    The Cyclopedia of New Zealand [Canterbury Provincial District]
    Rotherham


    Buried:
    Surname: Smith
    First name(s): Louisa
    Date of death: Thursday, 1 May 1958
    Cemetery: Ruru Lawn
    Date of burial: Friday, 2 May 1958
    Block number: 37
    Plot number: 386
    Age: 72 years
    Address:
    Occupation: Married
    Place of birth:
    Years in New Zealand: 72
    (Christchurch City Council Cemeteries Database)

    Notes:

    Married:

    Smith-Devine:-On December 31, 1912, zt the Anglican Church, New Brighton, by the Rev H. J. Purchas, Gordon Bundesen, younger son of A. W. Smith, Christchurch, to Louisa, younger daughter of H. Devine, Rotherham
    (Lyttelton Times, Volume CXIV, Issue 16156, 5 February 1913)

    Name: Gordon Bundesen Smith
    Marriage Year: 1912
    Relation: Bridegroom
    Spouse: Louisa Devine
    Folio Number: 8054
    (New Zealand, Marriage Index, 1840-1934)

    Name: Louisa Devine
    Marriage Year: 1912
    Relation: Bride
    Spouse: Gordon Bundesen Smith
    Folio Number: 8054
    (New Zealand, Marriage Index, 1840-1934)

    S

    Children:
    1. Lloyd Gordon Smith was born 1915; died 13 Mar 1962, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried Ruru Lawn Cemetery Bromley, Christchurch, New Zealand.
    2. 1. Marie Louise Amalia Smith died 12 Apr 2007, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried Ruru Lawn Cemetery Bromley, Christchurch, New Zealand.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Alfred William  SmithAlfred William Smith was born Abt 1856, Gloster, England (son of E H Smith); died 09 Jul 1930, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried 11 Jul.1930, Bromley Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand.

    Notes:

    Name:
    Alfred William Smith married Maria Fredericka Bundesen on 10 Jan. 1882 in Timaru, South Island of New Zealand.
    B.D.Ms. from the Timaru Herald 1882 [Papers Past, New Zealand]
    SMITH- BUNDESEN: on the 10 January , at St. Mary's Church, Timaru,by the Rev. Thomas Flavel, Alfred william, second son of H.E.Smith, Gloster, England to Maria Fredericka, only daughter of B.P.Bundesen, Timaru. [B.D.m's from the Timaru Herald 1882.



    Buried:
    Bromley Cemetery, Christchurch.
    Surname: Smith
    First Name'(s): Alfred William
    Date of death: Wednesday,9 July 1930
    Cemetery: Bromley Cemetery:
    Date of burial: Friday, 11 July 1930
    Block number: 39
    Plot number:241
    Age: 74 years
    Adress 372 Hereford St. Churchchurch.
    Occupation: Motor Engineer
    Place of birth; England
    Years in New Zeald 53.
    (Christchurch City Cemeteries Database)

    Alfred married Amalia/ Maria Frederica Gotting/Bundesen 10 Jan 1882, St. Mary's Church, Timaru, New Zealand. Amalia/ (daughter of Boi Peter Bundesen and Amalia Köter/Kother) was born Abt 1866 or 1863, Victoria, Australia; died 05 Mar 1927, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried 07 Mar 1927, Bromley Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Amalia/ Maria Frederica  Gotting/BundesenAmalia/ Maria Frederica Gotting/Bundesen was born Abt 1866 or 1863, Victoria, Australia (daughter of Boi Peter Bundesen and Amalia Köter/Kother); died 05 Mar 1927, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried 07 Mar 1927, Bromley Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand.

    Other Events:

    • Arrival: 22 Jul 1878, From Hokitika to the Port of Lyttelton; Lyttelton July 22 - Alhambra, s.s., 487 tons, Muir, from Melbourne via West Coast. Passengers - Saloon from Hokitika : Mr and Mrs Stonebridge, Mrs and Miss Bundeson, - Transcribed from the "Star , Issue 3210, 22 July 1878, Page 2" They would have returned from a visit to Victoria 11 December 1869 West Coast Times , Issue 1317, 11 December 1869, Page 3 ROSS (from our own correspondent.) A concert and lecture took place at the Drill Shed on Tuesday evening, the proceeds of which are to aid the flunds of the District Hospital. The lecture, by Walter Hill, Esq.- subject :. " .Mnnifestations of Character." - Concert : Mr Bundersen and the Glee Club. Mr J. Gow occupied the chair. The entertainment was opened with a fine overture, consisting of selections from Meyerbeer, by Messrs Guthiel (piano) and Loring (violin), and the programme was gone through in the following order : Opening Chorus ; " Awake, Æolian Lyre ;" Solo, " Robert, toi, que, j'aime," and as an encore (waltz) from " Strauss," Mrs Bundersen ; " Life's a Bumper," Glee Club ; first part of Lecture ; "Ye Gentlemen of England," Glee Club ; Solo, " Masaniello," and as an encore, " Image of the Rose ;" Mrs Bundersen ; " When shall we meet again," Glee Club ; solo, " Phoebe, dearest, tell, oh tell me !" Mr Little ; second part of Lecture ; "To all you ladies now on land," Glee Club; solo, "The Lugger," Mr Young ; " Health to my dear," Glee Club ; " God Save the Queen," solo (Mrs Bundersen), and Chorus Company. The lecture was highly instructive and amusing, and which, without being either phrenological or physiognomical alone, combined a number of the many recognised theories by which you detect the character of man, and the subject was handled in a masterly manner by the lecturer. The overture was decidedly the best I have heard for some time. The gem part song was " Awake, Æolian Lyre," and Mrs Bundersen's solos were, as usual, excellent, especially "Robert, toi, que, j'aime." which was a perfect gem. The solos of Mersrs Little and Young were also very good. Altogether it comprised a fine evening's enjoyment. Mr Malfroy thanked the lady and gentlemen for their kindness in coming forward at the entertainment in a few suitable remarks, the audience for attendance, and the volunteers for the use of Drill Shed. Transcribed from the" West Coast Times , Issue 1317, 11 December 1869, Page 3, New Zealand" ondesen, Publican, nationality German, going from Victoria to Greymouth, South Island, New Zealand. 4 Dec 1870 Name Bondisen Event Type Emigration Event Date 1870 Event Place Victoria, Australia Gender Male Age 33 Birth Year (Estimated) 1837 Marital Status Married Departure Place Melbourne Destination Place Greymouth Affiliate Repository Type Archive Affiliate Identifier VPRS 948 "Australia, Victoria, Outward Passenger Lists, 1852-1924," database, FamilySearch First name(s) P Last name Bonderson Age 26 Birth year 1842 Departure port New Zealand Arrival year 1868 Arrival month Sep Arrival port - Ship name Gothenburg State Victoria Record set Victoria Inward Passenger Lists 1839-1923 Category Travel & migration (Findmypast) Arrived 15 Sept 1868, Gothenburg from Hokitika, sailed for Hokitika 17 Sep 1968 Gothenburg 15th August 1868. Arrived at Melbourne, Captain Thos. Underwood, from Hokitika

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Maria Fredericka Bundesen could be Amalia Gotting.

    Maria Frederica Gotting
    Registration Number: 1882/677
    Bride's Given: Maria Frederica
    Name(s) Bride's Family: Gotting
    Name Groom's Given: Alfred William
    Name(s) Groom's Family: Smith
    (Births, Deaths and Marriages Online, New Zealand Government)

    Name: Amelia Gotting
    Father's Name: Frederick Gotting
    Mother's Name: Emilia Kother
    Birth Place: Chewton, Victoria
    Registration Year: 1863
    Registration Place: Victoria
    Registration number: 1129
    (Victoria Pioneer Index 1836-1888}

    In the Probate for her mother Amalie Bundesen, Maria Fredericka Smith stated she was born in Australia.
    (New Zealand, Archives New Zealand, Probate Records, 1843-1998)

    SMITH Marie Frederica - Christchurch - wife of Alfred William
    1927 Christchurch High Court
    (New Zealand, Archives New Zealand, Probate Records, 1843-1998)

    Name:
    Maria Frederica Bundesen was born in Victoria, Australia. Her birth is unergistered . From her death and burial record she would have been born in 1862. This cannot be correct as Frredrick Gotting , Amalie Kother's first husband died in 1863.

    Maria Frederica Bundesen married Alfred William Smith on 10 Jan. 1882 in Timaru, South Island of New Zealand.
    B.D.Ms. from the Timaru Herald 1882 [Papers Past, New Zealand]
    SMITH- BUNDESEN: on the 10 January , at St. Mary's Church, Timaru,by the Rev. Thomas Flavel, Alfred william, second son of H.E.Smith, Gloster, England to Maria Fredericka, only daughter of B.P.Bundesen, Timaru. [B.D.m's from the Timaru Herald 1882.



    Buried:
    Surname: Smith
    Surname: Smith
    First Name:
    First Name(s): Maria Frederica
    Date of death; Saturday, 5 March 1927
    Cemetery: Bromley Cemetery:
    Date of burial: Monday,7 March 1927 First Name: Maria
    Block number: 39
    Plot number:241
    Age: 65 years
    Adress 372 Hereford St. Churchchurch.
    Occupation Married
    Adress 372 Hereford St. Churchchurch.
    Place of birth: Victoria, Australia
    Years in New Zealand; 55
    (Christchurch City Cemeteries Database)

    Arrival in New Zealand 1872

    Died:
    Name:
    Event Type: Death
    Event Date: 1927
    Event Place: New Zealand
    Age (Estimated): 65
    Birth Date: 1862
    Registration Number: 1927/1979
    (New Zealand, Civil Records Indexes, 1800-1966)

    Registration Number: 1927/1979
    Family Name: Smith
    Given Name(s): Marie Frederica
    Date of Birth/:1862
    Age at Death: 65Y
    (Births, Deaths and Marriages Online, New Zealand Government)

    Notes:

    Married:
    B.D.Ms. from the Timaru Herald 1882 [Papers Past, New Zealand]
    SMITH- BUNDESEN: on the 10 January , at St. Mary's Church, Timaru,by the Rev. Thomas Flavel, Alfred William, second son of H.E.Smith, Gloster, England to Maria Fredericka, only daughter of B.P.Bundesen, Timaru. [B.D.m's from the Timaru Herald 1882.

    Name: William Alfred Smith
    Event Type: Marriage
    Event Date: 1882
    Event Place: New Zealand
    Gender:
    Spouse's Name: Maria Frederica Gotting
    Spouse's Gender:
    Registration Number: 1882/677
    New Zealand, Civil Records Indexes, 1800-1966

    Registration Number: 1882/677
    Bride's Given: Maria Frederica
    Name(s) Bride's Family: Gotting
    Name Groom's Given: Alfred William
    Name(s) Groom's Family: Smith
    Name
    (Births, Deaths and Marriages Online, New Zealand Government)

    Children:
    1. Alfred Edwin Smith was born 1882, Timaru, South Island, New Zealand; died 1969, Christchurch, New Zealand.
    2. 2. Gordon Bundesen Smith was born 1888, Timaru, New Zealand; died 21 Jul 1963, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried 23 Jul 1963, Ruru Lawn Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand .
    3. Edith May Smith was born 1893, Christchurrch, New Zealand; died 17 Dec 1970, Christchurrch, New Zealand; was buried Woodlawn Memorial Gardens Woodlawn Memorial Gardens Christchurch, Bew Zealand.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  E H Smith was born Gloster, England .
    Children:
    1. 4. Alfred William Smith was born Abt 1856, Gloster, England ; died 09 Jul 1930, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried 11 Jul.1930, Bromley Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand.

  2. 10.  Boi Peter  BundesenBoi Peter Bundesen was born 24 Dec 1836, Todsböll., Bjolderup Parish, Aabenraa, County, Denmark ; was christened 08 Jan 1837., Bjolderup Kirke (son of Boie /Boi Petersen Bundesen and Catharina Bachmann); died 24 Jul 1915, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried 26 Jul 1915, Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand.

    Other Events:

    • Interests: 22 Oct, Orange Lodge, Timaru; ORANGEISM. The annual meeting of the Loyal Orange Lodge, No 13, was held on Monday evening m the Barnard street Hall The following officers elect were installed into their repective positions by the retiring W.M. :? Bro. F. MeCullough, W.M. ; Bro. A. Greig, D.M. ; Bro. King, secretary ; Bro. Bundesen, treasurer Transcribed from the "Timaru Herald, Volume LX, Issue 2221, 22 October 1896, Page 4"
    • Census: 1860, Kvarter, Store Torv, Skibsbrogade og Gildegade , Aabenraa Købstad Parish, Aabenraa County; Aabenraa, Rise, Aabenraa Købstad, 2. Kvarter, Store Torv, Skibsbrogade og Gildegade, Nr. 1, 44 - F1, FT-1860, D7384 Name:Age: Marital status: Position in household: Occupation: Birth place: Boi P. Bundesen, 23, Ugift, Tjenestekarl, Todsbøl, Bjolderup Sogn, Aabenraa Amt
    • Personal: 1863, Chewton, Victoria, Australia; Victorian government Gazette 1863 Chewton 35. Bundesen, Peter Bundesen, Boy P. This would be Boy Peter Bundesen and his first cousin Peter Petersen Bundesen. 4 May 1863 Unclaimed Letters.-List of ship letters received 7 in April now lying at the Chewton Post Office unclaimed:- Bundesen P, , Bundesen Boy P. Mount Alexander Mail., Vic,, Monday, 4 May 1863
    • Occupation time of marriage: 21 Jan 1864, Victoria, Australia; Gold Miner in Victoria, Australia Fryers Creek and Inglewood
    • Interests: 30 Apr 1864, Dunedin Post Office, New Zealand; List of Unclaimed Letters. LIST of UNCLAIMED LETTERS in the Chief. Post Office, Dunedin the 30th April, l864. Bundesen, Peter Transcribed from the "Otago Daily Times , Issue 741, 3 May 1864, Page 6" This could be either Boi Peter Bundesen or Peter Petersen Bundesen
    • Personal: 7 May 1864, The Star, Ballarat, Victoria; ASSISTANCE FOE THE DANES.-Pursuant to an advertisement a number of Danish residents met yesterday afternoon, at the Albion Hotel, for the purpose of taking steps to alleviate the distresses of and assist those wounded, or the widows and orphans of those who had fallen in the struggle. There were about 50 present, Mr C. Tolstrup in the chair. In opening up the business of the meeting, he addressed those present at considerable length, prefacing his remarks by stating that he had received from Mr Johnstone, of Daylesford, the chairman of the committee of that place in this behalf, a telegram apologising for his unavoidable absence. The chairman stated that he had convened the present meeting at the request of a large number, and he was happy to find so large a number had accepted the invitation. The meeting, he said, bad not been called for the purpose of discussing any political point, or criticising the policy of any of the European governments, as was done recently at a meeting of Germans in Melbourne ; neither was it for the purpose of subscribing money to carry on the present war, as was also done by the meeting referred to, which idea appeared to him (the speaker) ridiculous; but they had met to show their sympathy with their brethren, and to aid the fatherless and widows of those who bad so heroically shed their blood in defending the rights of their native land. It was true that the Danes numbered but a few hundreds or a thousand in the colony; but still, by subscribing liberally, they might be enabled to alleviate the distresses of many of their fellow countrymen disabled for life in the performance of their duty, and the thought that nearly all of them would have been called upon to draw the sword in the present bloody war, if Providence had not brought them to the shores of Victoria, should stimulate ell, as the smallest proof of loyalty, to do all that they could to assist those who had so nobly fought for their fatherland. (Cheers.) The first resolution was moved by Mr C. Frank, seconded by J. Grono, to the effect that this meeting considers it the duty of all Danish residents to subscribe, by weekly subscriptions, for the purpose of alleviating the distress of the wounded, and the widows and orphans of those who had fallen during the present war in Schleswig. The resolution was carried. It was further proposed by Mr Peterson, seconded by Mr Jensen, and carried. That a committee, consisting of Messrs C. Tolstrup, P. Bundersen, J. Petersen, C. Frank, and C. Gronn, be appointed to take the best steps to carry out the objects of the former resolution. Mr C. Tolstrup was elected permanent chairman of the above committee. It was then proposed that subscription lists should be printed and distributed among the banks and principal storekeepers in the district. The resolution was carried, and after a vote of thanks to the chair, which was warmly carried and acknowledged, the meeting separated,--Mount Alexander Mail, 6th. May. Transcribed from "The Star, Ballarat, Victoria, Saturday 7 May 1864" Mount Alexander is a mountain that is located approximately 125 km north-west of Melbourne, near the small town of Harcourt. It rises 350 metres above the surrounding area[1] to a level of 744 metres above sea level.[2] Being a prominent local landmark, the mountain has its name associated with the surrounding district once known as the Mount Alexander goldfields, and presently defined as the Shire of Mount Alexander, centred on Castlemaine. Most of the mountain is included within the boundaries of the Mount Alexander Regional Park managed by Parks Victoria.
    • Publican License: 22 Jun 1864, Mount Alexander Mail, Victoria ; Notice of Application for Publican's License. TO THE BENCH OF MAGISTRATES at Chewton. I PETER BUNDESEN, Miner, now residing at, Castlemaine, in the Borough of Castlemaine, do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply to the Justices sitting at the Court of Petty Sessions to be holden at Chewton, on the 1st day of July, 1864, for a certificate authorising the issue of a Publican's License for a house situated within the Borough of Chewton, containing two sitting rooms and four bed rooms, exclusive of those required for self and family. The house is rented from Arthur Ethelred Poulton, who is the present occupier, and is at present licensed under the sign of the " Golden Hope Hotel." Given under my hand this 15th day of June, A.D. 1864. Peter Bundesen. Mount Alexander Mail, Victoria, Wednesday, 22 June 1864
    • Personal: 23 Jun 1864, Mount Alexander Mail, Victoria; I BEG to tender, on behalf of the Committee of the Danish Relief Fund, my most grateful thanks for the very handsome and liberal manner in which the call has been responded to:- Collected by C Frank, (including pro ceeds of Meeting at Fryerstown)-£44 10s 0d. Collected by J. Petersen-Thursday £20.13. 0. Collected by C. Gronn-£12. 12. 0. Collected by P Bundesen-£3.9. 6 Mount Alexander Mail, Victoria, Thursday, 23 June 1864
    • Personal: 12 Mar 1865, Bjolderup, Aabenraa County, Denmark; Amalie Bundesen in Australien (Australia) was the second sponser at the christening of Amalie Cathrine Bundesen, niece of her husband Boi Peter Bundesen on 12 March 1865.
    • Personal: 12 Mar 1865, Todsbüll, Bjolderup sogn, Aabenraa Amt, Denmark; On 12 Mar 1865, Amalie Bundesen, (Boi Peter Bundesen's wife), in Australien (Australia) was the second sponser for Amalie Cathrine Bundesen in Bjolderup Kirke. Amalie Cathrine Bundesen was the daughter of Hans Peter Bundesen, brother of Boi Peter Bundesen. Bjolderup Kirkebog; Opslag Nos. 380 & 381: Birth No. 5 Bjolderup Kirkebog 1865, Fødte No 5. Født (Born) 27 Feburary, døbt. 12 Martz; Amalie Cathrine Bundesen, ægte datter (legitimate daughter) af Indsidder (Tenant) Hans Peter Bundesen og hustru (wife) Christine f. Juhler i Todsböll. Faddere 1. Mette Kjestine Bundesen i Harslev, 2. Amalie Bundesen i Australien, 3. Andreas Moller i Jolderup. Amalie Bundesen i Australien (in Australia) was the wife of Amalie's Uncle Boi Peter Bundesen. Boi was a gold miner in Victoria before settling in the South Island of New Zealand.
    • Personal: 29 Mar 1865, Chewton; CHEWTON FIRE RELIEF MEETING. A meeting of the Chewton Fire Relief Committee was held last evening. Present: The Mayor (in the chair, Prior, Kearney, Rowan, Barnes, Sparkes, Coy, Woodall, Butler, Bundersen, and Davis Mount Alexander Mail, Vic., Wednesday, 29 March 1865.
    • Arrival: May 1865, From New Zealand to Victoria; May 1865 Ship Hero P. Bunnersen, (could be Bundersen) age 21, destination, Melbourne, listed nationality, English Victoria, Australia, Assisted and Unassisted Passenger Lists, 1839-1923 Family Name: BUNDERSEN: First Name: P: Age, 21: Arrival Date: MAY 1865: Ship: HERO: Port: N: Fiche: 060: Page; 001 (Index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923) This is an index to Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists for British, Foreign and New Zealand Ports 1852-1923 N./ New Zealand Port. This could be either Peter Petersen Bundesen or Boi Peter Bundesen. Boi Peter Bundesen was married on 21 Jan 1864 in St James Church, Castlemaine, Victoria Name: P Bennerson Estimated birth year: abt 1844 Age: 21 Arrival Date: 8 May 1865 Arrival Port: Melbourne, Australia Departure Port: New Zealand Ship: Hero Nationality: English (Inward Overseas Passenger Lists (New Zealand Ports, Victoria, Australia, Assisted and Unassisted Passenger Lists, 1839?1923) P. Bunnersen, or P. Bundersen age 21, passenger to Melbourne. He is listed under English. Inward Overseas Passenger Lists (New Zealand Ports, Victoria, Australia, Assisted and Unassisted Passenger Lists, 1839?1923) First name(s) P Last name Bundersen Age 21 Birth year 1844 Departure port New Zealand Arrival year 1865 Arrival month May Arrival port - Ship name Hero State Victoria Record set Victoria Inward Passenger Lists 1839-1923 (Findmypast) 1863 Peter Petersen and Boy Peter Bundesen were already in Victoria Victorian government Gazette 1863 Chewton 35. Bundesen, Peter Bundesen, Boy P.
    • Personal: 21 Oct 1865, Castlemaine Court, Victoria; First name(s) Peter Last name Bundersen Year 1865 Event date 21 Oct 1865 Role Defendant Court Castlemaine Courts Description Victoria Petty Sessions Registers Sessions date ca. 2 Sep 1865-31 May 1867 Archive reference 365/P0/Vol 2 State Victoria Country Australia Record set Victoria Petty Sessions Registers (Findmypast)
    • Personal: 21 Oct 1865, Castlemaine Court, Victoria; First name(s) Peter Last name Bundersen Year 1865 Event date 21 Oct 1865 Role Defendant Court Castlemaine Courts Description Victoria Petty Sessions Registers Sessions date ca. 2 Sep 1865-31 May 1867 Archive reference 365/P0/Vol 2 State Victoria Country Australia Record set Victoria Petty Sessions Registers (Findmypast)
    • Personal: 23 Oct 1865, Mount Alexander Mail, Victoria; CASTLEMAINE POLICE COURT. Saturday, Oct. 21. (Before Lieut. Colonel Bull, P.M., and J. W. Burnett, Esq., J.P.) Tulloch v. Bundesen, of Taradale, £20. The defendant's wife appeared, and pleaded indebted. Immediate execution was granted, as the debtor was stated by Mr Merrifield to be preparing to go to New Zealand, to the loss and inconvenience of a number of creditors. The Court then adjourned. Mount Alexander Mail, Victoria, Monday, 23 October 1865
    • Personal: 23 Oct 1865, Mount Alexander Mail, Victoria ; UNDER BILL of SALE. MR. RICHARDS has received instructions from the mortgagee, to Sell, ON THE PREMISES, TARADALE HOTEL, TARADALE, All the Goods Chattels, and Effects belonging to Boi Peter Bundesen, included in such Bill of Sale, consisting of Household Furniture, BAGATELLE TABLE, "WINES AND SPIRITS, &c., &c. Also, at the Golden Hope Hotel, Chewton, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c., Belonging to Boi Peter Bundersen, and included in the above Bill of Sale, 973 oc 23 Terms, Cash. W. E. RICHARDS, Auctioneer. Mount Alexander Mail, Victoria, Monday, 23 October 1865
    • Personal: 1 Nov 1865, Mount Alexander Mail, Victoria; A day or two ago in a report of the proceedings of the Castlemaine Police Court, Peter Bundesen, a publican and dancing-shopkeeper, at Taradale, appeared by his wife as defendant to an action for debt. At the time it was stated by Mr Merrifield, that Bundesen was about to leave his anxious creditors to their fate, by his departing to New Zealand. It would seem, however, that the bird of passage was not able to make good his flight, as well fledged as he anticipated; as another creditor carrying on business in Barker's-street, Castlemaine, was fortunately able to intercept the defaulter before he embarked on board ship, and thereby secured any pecuniary interest he had on him. Mount Alexander Mail, Victoria, Wednesday, 1 November 1865
    • Interests: 31 Mar 1868, Hokitika Post Office, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand; Hokitika Letter List. - LIST OF LETTERS received during the Month of December, 1867, and remaining unclaimed on the 31st March, 1868. Bundersen, Petter Transcribed from the "West Coast Times , Issue 792, 7 April 1868, Page 4, New Zealand" This could be either Peter Petersen Bundesen or Boi Peter Bundesen
    • Interests: 11 Dec 1869, Ross, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand; West Coast Times , Issue 1317, 11 December 1869, Page 3 ROSS (from our own correspondent.) A concert and lecture took place at the Drill Shed on Tuesday evening, the proceeds of which are to aid the flunds of the District Hospital. The lecture, by Walter Hill, Esq.- subject :. " .Mnnifestations of Character." - Concert : Mr Bundersen and the Glee Club. Mr J. Gow occupied the chair. The entertainment was opened with a fine overture, consisting of selections from Meyerbeer, by Messrs Guthiel (piano) and Loring (violin), and the programme was gone through in the following order : Opening Chorus ; " Awake, Æolian Lyre ;" Solo, " Robert, toi, que, j'aime," and as an encore (waltz) from " Strauss," Mrs Bundersen ; " Life's a Bumper," Glee Club ; first part of Lecture ; "Ye Gentlemen of England," Glee Club ; Solo, " Masaniello," and as an encore, " Image of the Rose ;" Mrs Bundersen ; " When shall we meet again," Glee Club ; solo, " Phoebe, dearest, tell, oh tell me !" Mr Little ; second part of Lecture ; "To all you ladies now on land," Glee Club; solo, "The Lugger," Mr Young ; " Health to my dear," Glee Club ; " God Save the Queen," solo (Mrs Bundersen), and Chorus Company. The lecture was highly instructive and amusing, and which, without being either phrenological or physiognomical alone, combined a number of the many recognised theories by which you detect the character of man, and the subject was handled in a masterly manner by the lecturer. The overture was decidedly the best I have heard for some time. The gem part song was " Awake, Æolian Lyre," and Mrs Bundersen's solos were, as usual, excellent, especially "Robert, toi, que, j'aime." which was a perfect gem. The solos of Mersrs Little and Young were also very good. Altogether it comprised a fine evening's enjoyment. Mr Malfroy thanked the lady and gentlemen for their kindness in coming forward at the entertainment in a few suitable remarks, the audience for attendance, and the volunteers for the use of Drill Shed. Transcribed from the" West Coast Times , Issue 1317, 11 December 1869, Page 3, New Zealand"
    • Departure: Mar 1870, From Melbourne; Family Name: BUNDERSEN: Given name / title PETER: Age 32: Ship: GEO THOMPSON: Departure Date: MAR 1870: Destination: LONDON, MAR 1870 Page: 002 (Index to Outward Passengers to Interstate, UK, NZ and Foreign Ports 1852-1901) This could be be Peter Petersen Bundesen, leaving Victoria, but is most probably Boy Peter Bundesen eter Petersen Bundesen returned to Denmark via London. He married Christina Elisabeth Kraag in 1872. Bondisen Name Bondisen Event Type Emigration Event Date 1870 Event Place Victoria, Australia Gender Male Age 33 Birth Year (Estimated) 1837 Marital Status Married Departure Place Melbourne Destination Place Greymouth Affiliate Repository Type Archive Affiliate Identifier VPRS 948 "Australia, Victoria, Outward Passenger Lists, 1852-1924", database, FamilySearch Name Peter Bundersen Event Type Emigration Event Date 1870 Event Place Victoria, Australia Gender Male Age 32 Birth Year (Estimated) 1838 Marital Status Married Departure Place Melbourne Destination Place London Affiliate Repository Type Archive Affiliate Identifier VPRS 948 "Australia, Victoria, Outward Passenger Lists, 1852-1924", database, FamilySearch
    • Departure: 4 Dec 1870, From Melbourne, Victoria, Australia to Greymouth, South Island, New Zealand; Cabin Passenger, Mr. Bondesen, 33, married, Publican, nationality, German, destination, Greymouth, ship name, Kate Conley Victoria Outward Passenger Lists 1852-1924
    • Interests: 4 Oct 1876, West Coast Times ; OPEN AIR MEETING WE, the undersigned residents of Kumara hereby CONVENE a Public Meeting at Rudd's Corner, Main Road, on THURSDAY NEXT, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of urging upon the Colonial Government the great necessity of purchasing the Teremakau Punt, and erecting a Bridge over said river, and others matters appertaining to the welfare of the district. H. CUMING MICHAEL HOULAHAN JOHN O'BRIEN B. P. BUNDERSON, JAMES WOODS, PETER DUNGAN, A. R. GUINNESS, JAMES KERR, W, S. HANNA, THOMAS MUIRHEAD, JOHN JORGENSON, CORNELIUS FOOT, J. B. REAL, CHARLES BROHANS, JAMES DRUMMOND, MATTHEW GRIFFITHS, THOMAS MARTIN, DUNCAN M'LEAN. Transcribed from "West Coast Times , Issue 2346, 4 October 1876, Page 3" Kumara is a town on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand. It is located 30 kilometres south of Greymouth, close to the western end of State Highway 73, which leads across Arthur's Pass to Christchurch. The Taramakau River flows past to the north. Kumara was founded and become one of the country's chief gold mining centres following the discovery of gold at Dillmanstown, about 2 miles (3.2 km) to the south-east, in 1876. The tramline from Greymouth to Paroa was extended to Kumara the following year.
    • Personal: 22 Jul 1878, Star Newspaper, NZ.; LYTTLETON Alhambra, s.s., 487 tons, Muir, from Melbourne via West Coast. Passengers.-Saloon from Hokitika : Mr and Mrs Stonebridge, Mrs and Miss Bundeson Transcribed from the "Star , Issue 3210, 22 July 1878, Page 2" This must be Amalia Kother, Boi Peter Bundesen's wife and their daughter Maria Fredericka Bundesen.
    • Electoral Roll: 1879, Electoral District of Totara; THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE OBJECTED TO AS NOT BEING ENTITLED TO HAVE THEIR NAMES RETAINED ON THE LIST OF VOTERS FOE THE ELECTORAL DISTSICT OF TOTARA Bundersen, Peter Transcribed from the " West Coast Times , Putanga 3150, 2 Haratua 1879, Page 1, New Zealand"
    • Fire: 25 Nov 1882, Star; Fire at Timaru. Yesterday morning about two o'clock, the residence of Mr B. P. Bundesen, wood and coal merchant, at the corner of Church and Bank streets, Timaru, nearly opposite Dr Macintyre?s house, was destroyed by fire. Mr Bundesen's family were away from home, and he retired to rest about a quarter-past eleven on Thursday night, there being only himself in the house. A little before two o'clock he was awakened by a crackling noise and the smell of burning, and on looking out of his room he found the kitchen and passage full of smoke and flames. He immediately ran out at the back door, alarmed the inmates of the next house (Mr Jameson's), and then went down with all speed to the Fire Brigade station and rang out an alarm. In a very few minutes the Brigade had directed a stream of water upon the building, but the fire had obtained such a hold that the interior of the house was speedily consumed. From the appearance of the ruins one would imagine the fire had originated upstairs, but Mr Bundesen states that it commenced in the kitchen near the safe. The walls on the ground floor having been recently plastered, the flames did not work such complete destruction there as in the upper rooms, which were only match-lined. Mr Bundesen was only able to save very few articles; practically, everything was consumed. It was an extremely fortunate circumstance that the family were absent, as there would have been a great difficulty in getting them safely out of the house owing to the rapidity with which the fire spread. The insurances are: In the Union office, £250 on the building, and £300 on the furniture; in the National, £250 on the building. Star , Issue 4552, 25 November 1882, Page 3
    • Trial: 11 Mar 1884, Tumaru; RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT Timaru - Tuesday, March 11 (Before Mr J. Beeswick) Civil Cases Wilken and Co. v. P. Bundesen - Claim 3 pounds, one shilling and sixpence. Mr Tosswell for plaintiffs, Mr Forster for defendent. This was a claim for the price of four bags of oats supplied in September, 1882, and there was a considerable conflict of evidence as to wether they were delivered or not. Plaintiff's carter stated that defendent asked him to take him four sacks of oats, of a particular kind. There were only two sacks of that sort in stock, and Mr H. Bourn, one of the clerks, told him to show defendent some samples of other kinds. He did so and a sample was selected. Witness delivered the oats (another proving that he assisted to put them on the cart) at defendent's yard; either to the yard man, McCombe, or to a boy who was sometimes left in charge. Defendent denied that he had received the oats. McCombe stated that he had never seen them, and if they were left with the boy, he never heard of them. He remembered some oats being delivered by the first witness in July, however. The latter stated that he did deliver six sacks of oats for defendent in July, but they were delivered to Allen's mill to be crushed. His Worship held that the Plaintiff's evidence was the stronger, especially as McCombe did remember some oats being delivered, and gave judgement for plaintiffs for the amount claimed, but without costs, saying that plaintiffs should have got a receipt for the oats. Transcribed from the "Timaru Herald, Rorahi XL, Putanga 2954, 12 Poututerangi 1884, Page 3"
    • Personal: 30 Jun 1885, Timaru Herald; TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED by the Undersigned for the Purchase of LAND in Church and Arthur Streets (nearly THREE ACRES), at presont occupied by Mr Bundesen. J. BOWLES, 6-30 3451, Waimate Timaru Herald, Volume XLI, Issue 3356, 30 June 1885, Page 4
    • Interests: 9 Jul 1886, Druids' Lodge, Timaru; Societies, Clubs, &c. At the half-yearly meeting of the Druids' Lodge, Timaru,on Tuesday evening, it was shown that there were 154 members on the books. The following is the result of the election of officers : ? A.D., Bro J. P. Thompson; W.S., Bro A. L. Jackson (reelected); W.T., Bro J. Mair; A.D. Bards, Bros B. P. Bundesen and A. Maxwell ; V.A. Bards, Bros E. Mutchmore and G. T. Robbins; Minute Secretary, Bro J. Boulden (re-elected) ; 1.G., Bro E. Redmond ; 0.G., Bro Marsden; Surgeon, Bro E. B. Hogg; Chemist, Bro Eichbaum. Transcribed from the " Star , Issue 5666, 9 July 1886, Page 3"
    • Interests: 18 Dec 1888, Old Men's Race, Timaru; POPULAR SPORTS. 150yds - Old Men's Race, over 50 years. First prize, l0s worth meat ; - second, half sheep ? John Halloran, 1; P. Bundersen, 2. Won all out by four yards: Time? 25sec Transcribed from the " Star , Issue 6423, 18 December 1888, Page 3"
    • Occupations: 1892, Church St., Timaru, New Zealand; Timaru Herald, Rorahi LV, Putanga 5478, 1 Hereturikoka 1892, Page 1 Wanted WANTED KNOWN - That I am now Receiving Consignments of NEWCASTLE COAL by every Steamer, and am prepared to Sell Large or Small Quanities at very LOW RATES FOR CASH. B. P. BUNDESEN, Church Street
    • Occupation: 1892, Church St., Timaru, New Zealand; WANTED KNOWN - That I am now Receiving Consignments of NEWCASTLE COAL by every Steamer, and am prepared to Sell Large or Small Quanities at very LOW RATES FOR CASH. B. P. BUNDESEN, Church Street Transcribed from the " Timaru Herald, Rorahi LV, Putanga 5478, 1 Hereturikoka 1892, Page 1"
    • Interests: 1894, Timaru; Timaru Herald, Rorahi LVII, Putanga 5862, 11 Kohitatea 1894, Page 2 TOWN & COUNTRY Notwithstanding the inclement weather there was a very fair attendence at the Adaii, schoolroom, on Tuesday evening last, to hear the Rev. C.E. Beechcroft, of Timaru give one of his popular lectures. Mr B. P. Bundesen carried out the duties of chairman in a very satisfactory manner. The subject chosen by Mr Beechcroft was "A Yorkshire Parson" [National L:ibrary of New Zealand]
    • Occupations: 1895, Church St., Timaru, New Zealand; Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Timaru Herald, Rorahi LVIII, Putanga 1861, 7 Mahuru 1895, Wharangi 4 WINTER HERE AGAIN! COALS! FIREWOOD!! B.P. Bundesen, Church Street, Desires to thank his Customers and Public generally for their support during the many rears he has been in buisness, and begs toinform them he is still to be found at the old adress and will supply, COALS & FIREWOOD at lowest current prices
    • Interests: 1896, Wesleyan Church, Pareora; Timaru Herald, Rorahi LX, Putanga 2045, 1 Paengawhawha 1896, Page 2 The anniversary services of the Wesleyan Church, Pareora, will be held on Sunday next, when the Rev. C. E. Beecroft will preach at 11 a.m., and Mr. C. G. Vogeler at 6.30 p.m. The Church will be decorated for Harvest Thanks - giving, and Easter and harvest hyms will be sung. On Monday the annual tea meeting will be hels in the district schoolroom from 6 to 7.30 p.m., to be followed by a lecture by the Rev C. E. Beechcroft, " An Evening with the Brontes" Mr B. P. Bundesen will preside. Selections of music will be rendered by the chior. [National Library of New Zealand]
    • Personal: 24 Mar 1898, Timaru Herald; Timaru Herald, 24 March 1898, Page 3 IN BANKRUPTCY RE B. P. BUNDESON The first meeting of creditors of Boy Peter Bundesen, coal dealer, bankrupt, was held at the Deputy Assignee's office yesterday morning. Examined by the Deputy Assignee on Tuesday the bankrupt stated that he had been in Timaru for about 19 years. At the outset had £150 five of debt. Bought a property in Bank and Church streets with eleven-roomed house, in which Mrs Bundesen carried on a boarding house. Paid £200 to Mr Ziesler, the price being £1075, the balance remaining on mortgage at 10 per cent. He started in business as a coal dealer in 1880 with Mr A. Smith, Smith putting in £100, and he a horse and cart worth £40. After nine months, finding the business too small they dissolved partnership. Sold an interest in a West Coast mine for £500; gave Smith £100 for his share in the business, and gave Mrs Bundesen £100. Then bought from W, Parsons- Upper Church Street, the goodwill and stock in trade of his coal business for £200. Was doing a fairly good business till the last five or six years, when Mrs Bundesen fell ill and he was put to great expense ; trade also fell off, and with low prices, bad debts, and high interest, he was compelled to borrow money from Mrs Bundesen, as long as she could raise it to meet his bills. He had often to pay 20 or 30 per cent, for accommodation. Things went from bad to worse and he saw no other way than to file. The following were present at the meeting : The bankrupt and his solicitor, Mr C.H. Tripp, Westport Coal Company, (Mr Gillies), Messrs A. Targuse, W. Coe, and John Jackson. In reply to Mr, Gillies the bankrupt said:-I do not remember ever saying I was perfectly safe. What I think I said was that you need not be frightened. When I said this expected Mrs. Bundesen would be able to raise some more money. The household furniture is the property of Mrs Bundesen. I have no interest in any house property. The £254 in my statement as bad debts represents all the bad debts incurred since I began business. I estimate my book debts likely to produce £100. To Mr Tripp : When I married Mrs Bundesen she was a widow and had an hotel in Victoria, the furniture in which was her own. She sold the furniture before we came to New Zealand; and got about £150 for it. I have borrowed a good deal of money from Mrs Bundesen, I consider I owe her £200. She does not intend to claim as a creditor against the estate. The meeting decided that the stock-intrade and plant should be sold by public auction. It was proposed by Mr Jackson, seconded by Mr Targuse and carried :--"That the bankrupt be recommended for his immediate discharge." The meeting was then adjourned sine due.
    • Occupations: 29 Mar 1899, Church St., Timaru, New Zealand; Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 TIMARU HERALD, VOL.LX, ISSUE 2664 29 MARCH 1899, PAGE 3 Canterbury Farmer's Association. This day, Tuesday, 29th. March In Bankruptcy. In Estate of BOY PETER BUNDESEN, Coal Merchant, a Bankruptcy Under instructions from the Deputy Assigne in Bankruptcy we shall sell on the premises of B.P. Bundesen, Church Street, Timaru, on the above date: 1 Spring Cart, Horse and Harness, Dray Buggy, Plough, Set Leading Harness, Set Buggy Harness,2 Weighing Machines, 2 Screens, Trolley, Sack, Stand, Lifting Machine, 2 Shovels, Share in Canterbury Farmers Association, with bonus and dividend, and a large quanity of Coal and Firewood. Sale at 2 p.m. Sharp. Gus. R.M. Jones, Auctioneer.
    • Personal: 24 May 1900, Press, Volume LVII; PERSONAL ITEMS. Mr B. P. Bunderson, of Timaru, came up by yesterday's express. Press, Volume LVII, Issue 10664, 24 May 1900, Page 5
    • Electoral Roll: 1905 - 1906, Church Street, Timaru; New Zealand Electoral Roll 1905 - 1906 Timaru Roll 784. Bundesen, Amelia, Church Street, married 785. Bundesen, Boy Peter, Church Street, coal dealer 786. Bundesen, Mary Amelia, Church Street, music teacher, spinster
    • Naturalization: 22 Jul 1908, Christchurch, New Zealand; Name: Boy Peter Bundesen: Birth Date: abt 1837: Age: 71: Yrs Birth Place: Aobenras, Denmark: (Formerly Apenrode) Former Nationality: German: Occupation: Settler: Residence City: Christchurch: Naturalization Date: 22 Jul 1908: File Number: 1908/1395 Certificate Register: 51: Register Page Number: 29 (New Zealand Naturalization Records 1843 - 1981)
    • Electoral Roll: 1911, 280 Armagh Street, Christchurch; New Zealand Electoral Roll 1911 Christchurch East Roll 1146. Bundesen, Amalie, 280 Armagh Street, married 1147: Bundesen, Boy Peter, 280 Armagh Street, no occupation 1148. Bundesen, Mary Amelia, 280 Armagh Street, Spinster
    • Personal: 24 Nov 1911, Christchurch City Council; Press, Volume LXVII, Issue 14209, 24 November 1911, Page 10 MAGISTRATE'S COURT. DEFAULT CASES. In the following undefended cases judgment by default was given for plaintiff with costs: Christchurch City Council v Roy P. Bundersen £4 5s 9d and costs 5s. (Must be Boy P. Bundesen)
    • Personal: 25 Nov 1911, Christchurch; Forgetfulness, blunders, and carelessness on the part of several persons, led to an innocent ratepayer being summoned in the Magistrate's Court yesterday by the City Council for not having paid the rates upon his property. It appears that Mr B. P. Bundesen, of Christchurch, bought a section of land adjoining another section on which a house stood. At the beginning of this year, Mr Bundesen went to the City Council office to pay the rates on his new property, but owing to a dilatory Government valuer, the Council authorities could not assess the rates, as they had no value to work upon. In March Mr Bundesen again made application to pay the sum due, but still no valuer had been round. The story at this point becomes more involved, and it appears that the Council officials told Mr Bundesen last, week that no action would be taken, but he was astonished to find yesterdav that, he had been summoned. The Council's ratecollector now wishes it to be known that the rates had been previously paid and that the summons against Mr Bundesen had been issued in error. (Press, Volume LXVII, Issue 14210, 25 November 1911, Page 8)
    • Electoral Roll: 1914, 280 Armagh Street, Christchurch; New Zealand Electoral Roll 1914 Name: Mary Amelias Bundesen Electoral Year: 1914 District: Christchurch East Region or Province: Canterbury New Zealand Electoral Roll 1914 Christchurch East Roll 786. Bundesen, Amalie, 280 Armagh Street, married 787. Bundesen, Boy Peter, 280 Armagh Street, no occupation 788. Bundesen, Mary Amelias, 280 Armagh Street, Spinster
    • Golden Wedding: 27 Jan 1914, Star , Issue 10986; GOLDEN WEDDING. BUNDESEN-GOTTING.-January 21, 1864, at the Lutheran Church, Castelmaine, Victoria, by the Rev P. Munzel, Boy Peter Bundesen, of Appenrade, Denmark, to Amalie Gotting, of Hanover, Germany (relict of Frederick Gotting). Present address: 280, Armagh Street. Chrstchurch. Star , Issue 10986, 27 January 1914, Page 6
    • Will: 2 Sep 1915, Christchurch; Probate of the wills of the following deceased persons was granted by his Honour, Mr Justice Chapman, in Chambers, on Wednesday, September 1: Boy Peter Bundesen (Mr Beswick), Harry Marshall Wright (Mr Smithson) (Sun, Volume II, Issue 488, 2 September 1915, Page 5, Papers Past))

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Bjolderup Kirkebog 1798 -1884: Opslag no. 210: Birth No. 5
    Sohn [Son] des Hufners [Farmer] in Todsbyl Boi Petersen Bundesen and his wife [dessen Ehefrau] Cathrine nee [geb.

    Bundesen B. P. coal merchant, Church st. Timaru, N.Z.

    The following accounts are lying at the receipt
    and pay oflice, Cnstlemaine :-Bundeson P.
    Mount Alexander Mail, Vic., Tuesday, 21 January 1868

    Name: Boy Peter Bundesen
    Birth Date: abt 1837
    Age: 71 Yrs
    Birth Place: Aabenra, Denmark (Formerly Apenrade)
    Former Nationality: German
    Occupation: Settler
    Residence City: Christchurch
    Naturalisation Date: 22 Jul 1908
    File Number: 1908/1395
    Certificate Register: 51
    Register Page Number: 29
    New Zealand, Naturalisations, 1843-1981

    A Peter Bundeson in Victoria
    Bundeson, Peter, Railway place, Canterbury
    Australia, City Directories, 1845-1948

    Canterbury is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 10 km east of Melbourne's Central Business District

    This would be Boi Peter Bundesen or Peter Petersen Bundesen


    Australia, Victoria, Outward Passenger Lists, 1852-1924

    Name Bondisen
    Event Type Emigration
    Event Date 1870
    Event Place Victoria, Australia
    Gender Male
    Age 33
    Birth Year (Estimated) 1837
    Marital Status Married
    Departure Place Melbourne
    Destination Place Greymouth
    Affiliate Repository Type Archive
    Affiliate Identifier VPRS 948
    Australia, Victoria, Outward Passenger Lists, 1852-1924

    Name: Bondisen
    Age: 33
    Birth Year: abt 1837
    Departure Date: Dec 1870
    Departure Place: Victoria, Australia
    Destination: GREYMOUTH
    Ship: KATE CONLEY
    Ship's Master: WADE WM
    Australia, Victoria, Outward Passenger Lists, 1852-1924

    The following accounts are lying at the receipt
    and pay office, Castlemaine:-Bundeson P, Calcutt George, Campbell's Creek Road. Board,
    Mount Alexander Mail, Vic., Tuesday, 21 January 1868

    Bundesen, Boys Peter (1836-1915)Timaru Circuit officebearer 1899, 450
    Bundesen, Mrs Amalie (née Gotting)(1840-1923)Timaru Circuit offi ce-bearer 1899, 450
    (The Wesley Historical Society (NZ))

    Christened:
    Witnesses:[Zaugen] Peter Bundesen, Byetoft; Maren Bundesen from Peersbull: Hans Backmann from Uck

    Name:
    Known as Boi Peter Bundesen and Boy Peter Bundesen



    Buried:
    Christchurch City Cemeteries Database. Burial Records for Linwood Cemetery
    Surname: BUNDESEN First name(s): BOYS PETER Date of death: Saturday, 24 July 1915 Cemetery: Linwood Date of burial: Monday, 26 July 1915 Block number: 36 Plot number: 136 Age: 78 years Address: 280 ARMAGH STREET Occupation: COAL MERCHANT Place of birth: DENMARK Years in New Zealand: 49 Comments: Died: Cardiac disesae
    Note for Linwood Cemetery:
    Linwood Cemetery was opened in 1884 and was then called Christchurch Cemetery , also Sandilands Cemetery. The soil was very sandy

    Died:
    Christchurch City Council Cemeteries Database
    Age: 78 years; Cause of Death: Cardiac disease

    Name: Boys Peter Bundesen
    Death Date: Jul-Aug-Sep 1915
    Registration Place: Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Folio Number: 2230
    New Zealand, Death Index, 1848-1964

    Boi married Amalia Köter/Kother 21 Jan 1864, Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Amalia (daughter of Andreas Köther and Dorothee Friederike Christiane Wilhelmine Brüning) was born Abt 1841, Salzgitter , Salzgitter, Braunschweig, Hanover, Germany; died 22 Oct 1923, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried 23 Oct 1923, Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand . [Group Sheet]


  3. 11.  Amalia  Köter/KotherAmalia Köter/Kother was born Abt 1841, Salzgitter , Salzgitter, Braunschweig, Hanover, Germany (daughter of Andreas Köther and Dorothee Friederike Christiane Wilhelmine Brüning); died 22 Oct 1923, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried 23 Oct 1923, Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand .

    Other Events:

    • Emmigration: 14 May 1857, From Salzgitter, Braunschweig,, Germany ; Name: Amalie Köter, Gender, weiblich (Female), departure age, 17, birth date, abt 1840, residence place, Salzgitter, Braunschweig, departure date, 14 Mai 1857 (14 May 1857), departure place, Hamburg, Deutschland (Germany), arrival place, Hull (New York via Liverpool), relationship Fräulein, ship Name, Hammonia, captain, Paulsen, shipping line, Elbe-Humber Dampfschiffahrt Gesellschaf, ship type, dampfschiff, ahip flag, Deutschland, accommodation, ohne Angabe Volume: 373-7 I, VIII B 1 Band 004 Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934
    • Emmigration: 14 May 1857, From Salzgitter, Braunschweig,, Germany ; Name: Amalie Köter, Gender, weiblich (Female), departure age, 17, birth date, abt 1840, residence place, Salzgitter, Braunschweig, departure date, 14 Mai 1857 (14 May 1857), departure place, Hamburg, Deutschland (Germany), arrival place, Hull (New York via Liverpool), relationship Fräulein, ship Name, Hammonia, captain, Paulsen, shipping line, Elbe-Humber Dampfschiffahrt Gesellschaf, ship type, dampfschiff, ahip flag, Deutschland, accommodation, ohne Angabe Volume: 373-7 I, VIII B 1 Band 004 Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934
    • Personal: 12 Mar 1865, Todsböll, Bjolderup, Denmark ; Bjolderup Kirkebog; Opslag Nos. 380 & 381: Birth No. 5 Bjolderup Kirkebog 1865, Fødte No 5. Født (Born) 27 Feburary, døbt. 12 Martz; Amalie Cathrine Bundesen, ægte datter (legitimate daughter) af Indsidder (Tenant) Hans Peter Bundesen og hustru (wife) Christine f. Juhler i Todsböll. Faddere 1. Mette Kjestine Bundesen i Harslev, 2. Amalie Bundesen i Australien, 3. Andreas Moller i Jolderup. Amalie Bundesen i Australien (in Australia) was the wife of Amalie's Uncle Boi Peter Bundesen. Boi was a gold miner in Victoria before settling in the South Island of New Zealand.
    • Interests: 11 Dec 1869, Ross, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand; West Coast Times , Issue 1317, 11 December 1869, Page 3 ROSS (from our own correspondent.) A concert and lecture took place at the Drill Shed on Tuesday evening, the proceeds of which are to aid the flunds of the District Hospital. The lecture, by Walter Hill, Esq.- subject :. " .Mnnifestations of Character." - Concert : Mr Bundersen and the Glee Club. Mr J. Gow occupied the chair. The entertainment was opened with a fine overture, consisting of selections from Meyerbeer, by Messrs Guthiel (piano) and Loring (violin), and the programme was gone through in the following order :? Opening Chorus ; " Awake, Æolian Lyre ;" Solo, " Robert, toi, que, j'aime," and as an encore (waltz) from " Strauss," Mrs Bundersen ; " Life's a Bumper," Glee Club ; first part of Lecture ; "Ye Gentlemen of England," Glee Club ; Solo, " Masaniello," and as an encore, " Image of the Rose ;" Mrs Bundersen ; " When shall we meet again," Glee Club ; solo, " Phoebe, dearest, tell, oh tell me !" Mr Little ; second part of Lecture ; "To all you ladies now on land," Glee Club; solo, "The Lugger," Mr Young ; " Health to my dear," Glee Club ; " God Save the Queen," solo (Mrs Bundersen), and Chorus Company. The lecture was highly instructive and amusing, and which, without being either phrenological or physiognomical alone, combined a number of the many recognised theories by which you detect the character of man, and the subject was handled in a masterly manner by the lecturer. The overture was decidedly the best I have heard for some time. The gem part song was " Awake, Æolian Lyre," and Mrs Bundersen's solos were, as usual, excellent, especially "Robert, toi, que, j'aime." which was a perfect gem. The solos of Mersrs Little and Young were also very good. Altogether it comprised a fine evening's enjoyment. Mr Malfroy thanked the lady and gentlemen for their kindness in coming forward at the entertainment in a few suitable remarks, the audience for attendance, and the volunteers for the use of Drill Shed. Transcribed from the" West Coast Times , Issue 1317, 11 December 1869, Page 3, New Zealand"
    • Arrival: 22 Jul 1878, From Hokitika to the Port of Lyttelton; Lyttleton July 22 - Alhambra, s.s., 487 tons, Muir, from Melbourne via West Coast. Passengers - Saloon from Hokitika : Mr and Mrs St.onebridge, Mrs and Miss Bundeson, - Transcribed from the "Star , Issue 3210, 22 July 1878, Page 2" They must have returned to Victoria Maria Fredericka Bundesen, most probably Amalia Gotting arrived in 1862 Boi Peter Bundesen Bondesen, Publican, nationality German, going from Victoria to Greymouth, South Island, New Zealand. 4 Dec 1870 Name Bondisen Event Type Emigration Event Date 1870 Event Place Victoria, Australia Gender Male Age 33 Birth Year (Estimated) 1837 Marital Status Married Departure Place Melbourne Destination Place Greymouth Affiliate Repository Type Archive Affiliate Identifier VPRS 948 "Australia, Victoria, Outward Passenger Lists, 1852-1924," database, FamilySearch First name(s) P Last name Bonderson Age 26 Birth year 1842 Departure port New Zealand Arrival year 1868 Arrival month Sep Arrival port - Ship name Gothenburg State Victoria Record set Victoria Inward Passenger Lists 1839-1923 Category Travel & migration (Findmypast) Arrived 15 Sept 1868, Gothenburg from Hokitika, sailed for Hokitika 17 Sep 1968 Gothenburg 15th August 1868. Arrived at Melbourne, Captain Thos. Underwood, from Hokitika
    • Personal: 12 Jul 1893, Timaru Herald; Timaru Herald, 12 July 1893, Page 3 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Mr Oliver presented a petition, signed by 25498 women, in favour of the franchise being granted to women. Petitioners also expressed the hope that they would be enabled to vote at the next General Election. The Colonial Secretary being to unwell to be present, the Council adjourned till next day. The 1892 suffrage petition had over 17,000 names, including some from places missing on the 1893 petition. 593 names from South Canterbury with more names from Waimate than Timaru. 368 205 TIMARU MRS BUNDESEN A irst name(s) A. Last name Bundersen Year 1893 Number 12684 District Church ST Country New Zealand Record set New Zealand, Women's Suffrage Petition 1893 (Findmypast)
    • Personal: 10 Oct 1895, Timaru Herald; Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Timaru Herald, Volume LIX, Issue 1889, 10 October 1895, Page 3 LAND TRANSFER NOTICES Notice is hereby given, that the several parcels of Land hereunder described will be brought under the provisions of " The Land Transfer Act, 1885". Unless Cavaet be lodged forbidding the same, on or before 4 November 1895 7702 -AMELIA BUNDESEN- 29 Perches, Part Rural Section 1757, Block X., Arowhenna Survey district, Occupied by Applicant. Diagrams may be inspected at this office Dated the 28th. day of September 1895, at the Lands Registry Office, Christchurch J.M. Batham, District Land Registrar
    • Electoral Roll: 1905 - 1906, Church Street, Timaru ; New Zealand Electoral Roll 1905 - 1906 Timaru Roll 784. Bundesen, Amelia, Church Street, married 785. Bundesen, Boy Peter, Church Street, coal dealer 786. Bundesen, Mary Amelia, Church Street, music teacher, spinster
    • Naturalization: 25 Aug 1908, Christchurch, New Zealand; Name: Amalie Bundesen: Birth Date: abt 1841: Age: 67: Yrs Birth Place: Hannover, Germany: Former Nationality: German: Occupation: Domestic: Residence City: Christchurch: Naturalization Date: 25 Aug 1908: File Number: 1908/1394: Certificate Register: 51: Register Page Number: 75 (New Zealand Naturalizations 1843 - 1981)
    • Electoral Roll: 1911, Armagh Street, , Christchurch; New Zealand Electoral Roll 1911 Christchurch East Roll 1146. Bundesen, Amalie, 280 Armagh Street, married 1147: Bundesen, Boy Peter, 280 Armagh Street, no occupation 1148. Bundesen, Mary Amelia, 280 Armagh Street, Spinster
    • Electoral Roll: 1914, 280 Armagh Street, Christchurch; New Zealand Electoral Roll 1914 Name: Mary Amelias Bundesen Electoral Year: 1914 District: Christchurch East Region or Province: Canterbury New Zealand Electoral Roll 1914 Christchurch East Roll 786. Bundesen, Amalie, 280 Armagh Street, married 787. Bundesen, Boy Peter, 280 Armagh Street, no occupation 788. Bundesen, Mary Amelias, 280 Armagh Street, Spinster
    • Golden Wedding: 27 Jan 1914, Star , Issue 10986; GOLDEN WEDDING. BUNDESEN-GOTTING.-January 21, 1864, at the Lutheran Church, Castelmaine, Victoria, by the Rev P. Munzel, Boy Peter Bundesen, of Appenrade, Denmark, to Amalie Gotting, of Hanover, Germany (relict of Frederick Gotting). Present address: 280, Armagh Street. Chrstchurch. Star , Issue 10986, 27 January 1914, Page 6

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Name: Amalie Köter, Gender, weiblich (Female), departure age, 17, birth date, abt 1840, residence place, Salzgitter, Braunschweig, departure date, 14 Mai 1857 (14 May 1857), departure place, Hamburg, Deutschland (Germany),
    arrival place, Hull (New York via Liverpool), relationship Fräulein, ship Name, Hammonia, captain, Paulsen, shipping line, Elbe-Humber Dampfschiffahrt Gesellschaf, ship type, dampfschiff, ahip flag, Deutschland, accommodation, ohne Angabe
    Volume: 373-7 I, VIII B 1 Band 004
    Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934

    Bundesen, Boys Peter (1836-1915)Timaru Circuit officebearer 1899, 450
    Bundesen, Mrs Amalie (née Gotting)(1840-1923)Timaru Circuit offi ce-bearer 1899, 450
    (The Wesley Historical Society (NZ))

    Alfred, Gordon, Edith
    Edith May MacPherson
    Lloyd Gordon Smith
    (Grandchildren)
    Marie Louise Amalia Smith
    Sister
    Christina Thomas

    Name: Friedrich Conrad August Köther
    Gender: männlich (Male)
    Marriage Age: 28
    Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
    Birth Date: 1 Jan 1838
    Marriage Date: 12 Apr 1866
    Marriage Place: Hannover, Hannover, Deutschland (Germany)
    Father: Andreas Köther
    Mother: Wilhelmine Köther
    Spouse: Marie Henriette Antonie Söchtig
    Author: Evangelische Kirche Klein Mahner (Kr. Goslar)
    City or District: Groß Munzel u. Hannover
    Parish as it Appears: Salzgitter
    Page Number: 20;20
    Kurhannover, Kingdom of Hannover, and Province of Hannover, Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1643-188

    ame: Friedrich Bernhard August Köther
    Gender: männlich (Male)
    Marriage Age: 28
    Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
    Birth Date: 1 Jan 1838
    Marriage Date: 8 Mrz 1866 (8 Mar 1866)
    Marriage Place: Hannover, Hannover, Deutschland (Germany)
    Father: Andreas Köther
    Mother: Wilhelmine Köther
    Spouse: Henriette Antoinette Mauri
    Author: Evangelische Kirche Klein Mahner (Kr. Goslar)
    City or District: Groß Munzel u. Hannover
    Parish as it Appears: Salzgitter
    Page Number: 70
    Kurhannover, Königreich Hannover und Provinz Hannover, Deutschland, evangelische Kirchenbücher, 1643-1887

    Name: Andreas Köther
    Gender: männlich (Male)
    Spouse: Wilhelmine Köther
    Child: Friedrich Bernhard August Köther
    Author: Evangelische Kirche Klein Mahner (Kr. Goslar)
    City or District: Groß Munzel u. Hannover
    Parish as it Appears: Salzgitter
    Page Number: 70
    Kurhannover, Königreich Hannover und Provinz Hannover, Deutschland, evangelische Kirchenbücher, 1643-1887

    Name: Wilhelmine Köther
    Maiden Name: Brüning
    Gender: weiblich (Female)
    Spouse: Andreas Köther
    Child: Friedrich Bernhard August Köther
    Author: Evangelische Kirche Klein Mahner (Kr. Goslar)
    City or District: Groß Munzel u. Hannover
    Parish as it Appears: Salzgitter
    Page Number: 70
    Kurhannover, Königreich Hannover und Provinz Hannover, Deutschland, evangelische Kirchenbücher, 1643-1887

    Name: Friedrich Conrad August Köther
    Gender: männlich (Male)
    Marriage Age: 28
    Event Type: Heirat (Marriage)
    Birth Date: 1 Jan 1838
    Marriage Date: 12 Apr 1866
    Marriage Place: Hannover, Hannover, Deutschland (Germany)
    Father: Andreas Köther
    Mother: Wilhelmine Köther
    Spouse: Marie Henriette Antonie Söchtig
    Author: Evangelische Kirche Klein Mahner (Kr. Goslar)
    City or District: Groß Munzel u. Hannover
    Parish as it Appears: Salzgitter
    Page Number: 20;20
    Kurhannover, Kingdom of Hannover, and Province of Hannover, Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1643-1887

    Name: Wilhelmine Köther
    Maiden Name: Brüning
    Gender: weiblich (Female)
    Spouse: Andreas Köther
    Child: Friedrich Conrad August Köther
    Author: Evangelische Kirche Klein Mahner (Kr. Goslar)
    City or District: Groß Munzel u. Hannover
    Parish as it Appears: Salzgitter
    Page Number: 20;20

    Kurhannover, Kingdom of Hannover, and Province of Hannover, Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1643-1887


    When Amalie Kother Gotting married Boi Peter Bundesen, she was the widow of Frederick Gotting.
    Amalie Kother and Frederick Gotting were married
    There was one child born to Amalie Kother and Frederidk Gotting. She was called Amalie.
    Frederick Gotting died from Kerosene burns on 9 March 1863. He was the keeper of a Refreshment Tent. There was an inquest.[Source: Diggers Pioneer Index- Victoria 1836-1888 and Inquests]


    Amalie Bundesen in Australien [Australia] was the second witness on the birth certificate of Amalie Cathrine Bundesen, niece of her husband Boi Peter Bundesen. She would have been one of the sponers at the christening on 12 March 1865.
    Amalia Bundesen was enrolled on the first electoral Roll for women in New Zealand

    Electoral Roll New Zealand.
    Index of First Women Electors: 1893
    Produced by St. Johns New Society of Genealogists.
    BUNDESEN, AMALIA.
    Residence; Timaru. Occupation: Married Woman.

    New Zealand Free Lance, R?rahi III, Putanga 126, 29 Whiringa-?-rangi 1902, Wh?rangi 19
    THE GREAT HERBAL REMEDY VITADATIO HAS Cured Mrs. P. B. Bundesen OF GALL STONES. Church-street, Timaru July 16, 1896. To the Agents for VITADATIO, Mr. S. A. Palmer, Invercargill and 45 to 47 Bourk&-st., Melbourne. Dear Sir, ? When you called to see me seven weeks ago. and told me what the Herbal Remedy, VITADATIO, would do for me, it seemed too good to be true ; but I have found it even better than you have claimed for it. I have been suffering from gall stones for about tea years, and have on several occasions had my life despaired of. I had been con- stantly ill for twelve months, before you caleld, and had passed several small stones, with great pain. During nine months of the time I suffered from jaundice, and was unable to take solid food. I had the best medical advice of the town, and, after a consultation, the doctors said they could not do anything moire for me unless I submitted to an operation, which I refused to do. About five weeks after I began taking VITA- DATIO, and had taken about three large bottles', I massed a large stone about the size of a hazel nut, and almost without any pam. The jaundice has now com- pletely left me and m^ appetite return- ed 1 ; I can eat anything, and can walk about and attend to my duties, and feel in the best of health. I freely give you this testimonial, as I wislh other sufferers to know about this wonderful remedy, and I thank God that you came to Timaru with it. Tom are at liberty to make whatever use you think fit of this letter, and I shall be pleased to answer any inquiries about my case. Yours, gratefully, Mrs. B. P. BUNDESEN. For further particnlnrs. S. A. PALMER. WAREHOUSE. WATFRLOO QUAY, WELLINGTON. . Correspondence Invited. Write for TeßtimonaTimaru
    ls. The price of Medicine is 5s Gd and 3s 6d per bottle
    [Papers Past]

    Australasian Federal Directory
    Bundesen B. P. coal merchant, Church st. Timaru, N.Z.

    Timaru Herald, R?rahi LVIII, Putanga 1805, 13 H?ngongoi 1895, Wh?rangi 3
    THE ORANGE LODGES
    Anniversary in the Assembly Rooms.
    Mrs Bundesen assisted at the concert
    Page 3 Advertisements Column 3
    Timaru Herald, R?rahi LIX, Putanga 1889, 10 Whiringa-?-nuku 1895, Wh?rangi 3

    LAND TRANSFER NOTICES
    Notice is hereby given, that the several parcels of Land hereunder described will be brought under the provisions of " The Land Transfer Act, 1885". Unless Cavaet be lodged forbidding the same, on or before 4 November 1895

    7702 -AMELIA BUNDESEN- 29 Perches, Part Rural Section 1757, Block X., Arowhenna Survey district, Occupied by Applicant.
    Diagrams may be inspected at this office
    Dated the 28th. day of September 1895, at the Lands Registry Office, Christchurch
    J.M. Batham,
    District Land Registrar

    in New Zealand: 67

    Note for Linwood Cemetery:
    Linwood Cemetery was opened in 1884 and was then called Christchurch Cemetery , also Sandilands Cemetery. The soil was very sandy

    Name:
    Amalie Köter

    Buried:
    Note for Linwood Cemetery:
    Linwood Cemetery was opened in 1884 and was then called Christchurch Cemetery , also Sandilands Cemetery. The soil was very sandy

    Died:
    Christchurch City Council Cemeteries Database
    Surname: Bundesen First name(s): Amelia Date of death: Monday, 22 October 1923 Cemetery: Linwood Date of burial: Tuesday, 23 October 1923 Block number: 36 Plot number: 137 Age: 84 years Address: 280 Armagh St, ChCh Occupation: Widow Place of birth: Germany Years in New Zealand: 67

    Notes:

    Married:
    Marriage in Castelmaine, Victoria, Australia.
    21 Jan. 1864; St. James Church. Castlemaine: Peter Bundesen, Bacholar; Birthplace; Aspenrade , Denmark: Occupation: Miner: Age 27: Present Residence: Fryers Creek: Usual Residence: Inglewood: Father Boy Peter Bundesen: Occupation: Farmer: Mother Catharina Backmann.
    And:
    Amalie Gotting: Widow: Age 23: Death of Former Husband: 9 Mar. 1863. Children of marriage: 1: Birthplace: Salzgitter , Hanover: Occupation: Resturant Keeper: Present Residence: Castelmaine: Usual Residence: Chewton: Father: Andreas Kother: Occupation: Bootmaker: Mother: Wilhelmina Bruning.
    This Marriage was solemnized between us: Peter Bundesen
    and Amelia Gotting
    Signed Peter Bundesen and Amalie Gotting;
    We do hereby declare we are members of the Lutheren Church.
    Married in St James Church Castlemaine
    This marriage was solemnized between Peter Bundesen and Amalie Gotting in the presence of us
    Carl Meyer and Mrs. Anna Curman according to the rules and cermonies of the Lutheren Church and declaration duly made as by law provided by Friedrich Munzel, Officiating minister or Dupty Registrar.
    According to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Lutheren Church
    [Marriage Certificate of Boi Peter Bundesen and Amalie Gotting]
    The occupation of Boi Peter Bundesen was a Miner. Both Fryers Creek, Inglewood and Castelmine were rich gold mining areas.

    Children:
    1. 5. Amalia/ Maria Frederica Gotting/Bundesen was born Abt 1866 or 1863, Victoria, Australia; died 05 Mar 1927, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried 07 Mar 1927, Bromley Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand.
    2. Mary Amelia Bundesen was born Abt 1883; died 16 Apr 1969, Christchurch, New Zealand; was buried Woodlawn Memorial Gardens and Christchurch Crematorium Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.
    3. Millie Bundesen


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