Stuart Ross [Ross] CAMERON1934 - 1968 (33 years) Has 47 ancestors and 3 descendants in this family tree.
Name Stuart Ross CAMERON Known As Ross Birth 24 Oct 1934 Gisborne, Gisborne, New Zealand [1, 2, 3] Gender Male Occupation Sales representative  Death 07 Aug 1968 Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand [5, 6, 7, 8] Burial 09 Aug 1968 Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand  Probate 16 Aug 1968 Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand [4, 8] Person ID I81 NZ Genealogy Project | REDPATH Descendant, WALKER Descendant Last Modified 3 Jan 2019
Father Rymer Corrychoillie [Corry] CAMERON, b. 12 Dec 1895, Bushmere, Gisborne, New Zealand d. 09 Sep 1977, Gisborne, Gisborne, New Zealand (Age 81 years) Mother Charlotte Helen [Char] REDPATH, b. 11 Jan 1902, Gisborne, Gisborne, New Zealand d. 24 Apr 2001, Gisborne, Gisborne, New Zealand (Age 99 years) Marriage 23 Sep 1925 Gisborne, Gisborne, New Zealand [1, 9, 10] Residence 1977 Ormond, Gisborne, New Zealand Notes
Cameron - RedpathOn Wednesday, September 23rd, a wedding took place in St. Andrew's Church, Gisborne, when Mr Rymer Corrychoillie Cameron, sixth son of Mr Ewen Cameron of Toanga, was united in matrimony to Miss Charlotte Helen Redpath, youngest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs George Redpath, of Rakauroa. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. Jas. Aitken. Mr Thomas Redpath gave away the bride, who was attired, in a becoming gown of silver lace and georgette. She wore a veil with orange blossoms, and in her bouquet could be seen sprays of bush clematis sent by Waioeka friends. Very dainty was the appearance of the bridesmaid Miss Mary Hay, daughter of Mr Thomas Hay, of Kaiteratahi. She wore a pretty dress of pink crepe de chine, trimmed with fringe of the same hue, and a pink hat to correspond. The best man was Mr Davis Cameron, cousin of the; bridegroom. Many relatives and friends were present at the reception held at La Grande Lounge, where Mr and Mrs Thomas Redpath received the guests, the hostess being attired in a dress of navy silk marocain with touches of royal blue and hat to match. The usual toasts were honoured, the speakers being Messrs J.B Clark, Cameron (brother and cousin), T. and G. Redpath, Hay, Foster, Picken and Mrs D. P. Cameron. The bride's travelling dress was a costume of mole checked wool marocain, with hat en suit. The happy couple left by motor car, amidst a shower of confetti, and with many good wishes. They were the recipients of many handsome and useful gilts, including cheques. Ciro pearls were presented to the bride and bridesmaid by the bridegroom. Mr J. B. Black presided at the reception in his usual capable and sympathetic manner.
Source: Poverty Bay Herald, 28 September 1925, page 2.
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Family Cecil Lorraine [Lorraine] THOMASEN, b. 01 Jul 1940, Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand d. 23 Sep 2011, Perth, Western Australia, Australia (Age 71 years) Marriage 05 May 1962 Mount Maunganui, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand [9, 11, 12, 13] Children + 1. Living 2. Living Family ID F55 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 26 Aug 2023
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