Amalia  Kother

Amalia Kother[1]

Female Abt 1841 - 1923  (~ 82 years)

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  • Name Amalia Kother 
    • 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
    Born Abt 1841  Salzgitter , Hanover, Germany Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Alfred, Gordon, Edith
      Edith May MacPherson
      Lloyd Gordon Smith
      (Grandchildren)
      Marie Louise Amalia Smith
      Sister
      Christina Thomas
    Gender Female 
    Personal 12 Mar 1865  Todsböll, Bjolderup, DEnmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    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 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    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 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    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" 
    Personal 12 Jul 1893  Timaru Herald Find all individuals with events at this location 
    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 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    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 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    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 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    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 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    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 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    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 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    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 
    Died 22 Oct 1923  Christchurch, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • 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
    Buried 23 Oct 1923  Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Note for Linwood Cemetery:
      Linwood Cemetery was opened in 1884 and was then called Christchurch Cemetery , also Sandilands Cemetery. The soil was very sandy
    Person ID I4357  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 2 Jun 2020 

    Father Andreas Köther,   b. Salzgitter, Hanover, Germany Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Wilhelmina Bruning 
    Family ID F5858  Group Sheet

    Family 1 Fredrick Gotting,   b. Germany? Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Mar 1863, Castlemaine Hospital, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 1861  Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Name: Fredrick Gotting
      Spouse Name: Amalie Kother
      Marriage Place: Victoria
      Registration Place: Victoria
      Registration Year: 1861
      Registration number: 4405
      (Victoria Pioneer Index 1836-1888)
    Children 
     1. Amelia Gotting,   b. 1863, Chewton, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 8 May 2013 
    Family ID F3950  Group Sheet

    Family 2 Boi Peter Bundesen,   b. 24 Dec 1836, Todsböll., Bjolderup Parish, Aabenraa, County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Jul 1915, Christchurch, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years) 
    Married 21 Jan 1864  Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • 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. Maria Fredericka Bundesen,   b. Abt 1866 or 1863, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 05 Mar 1927, Christchurch, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 64 years)
     2. Mary Amelia Bundesen,   b. Abt 1883,   d. 16 Apr 1969, Christchurch, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 86 years)
     3. Millie Bundesen
    Last Modified 28 Dec 2014 
    Family ID F1349  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    Testimony from Mrs Bundesen
    Testimony from Mrs Bundesen
    Regarding cure for Gall Stones.
    Amalie Bundesen
    Amalie Bundesen
    Will
    Memorial of Amalie Bundesen
    Memorial of Amalie Bundesen

  • Sources 
    1. [S66] Mrs Laurina Collins.


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