The table below shows the people that make up the group.
|No||Last Name||First Names||Maiden Name||Relationship||Occupation||Born||Died||School Year|
|1||Paterson||Peter Martin||Husband||Carpenter (1887-1890), Miner (1892-1901)||23 Apr 1901|
|2||Paterson||Anne||Wife||22 Sep 1904|
The table below shows any historical notes about the party group.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|281||1876||Peter charged with assault||
Feb 11 1876 - Cromwell Magistrates Court. Peter Paterson was charged with assault by J Jackson. He was fined 20 shillings, with costs.
|290||1887||Dwelling #13 was most probably built by Peter Paterson in 1887||
Dwelling #13 was most probably built by Peter Paterson in 1887
|282||1889||Application for water race||
June 25 - Peter Paterson and another - application for a water race - Kawarau Flats, Bannockburn
|283||1890||Application for dam and mining licence||
June 10 - Peter Paterson and John Ball - application for Dam and Mining licence. Foot of Templars Hill (north side)
|284||1890||Application for water race||
Peter Paterson and John Ball - application for water race from, Kawarau Station through Templars Hill.
|285||1890||Marriage of Peter Paterson and Anne Harding||
Anne had been married to Edward Solomon Harding. She married Peter Paterson after Edwards death in January 29 1875
|286||1897-1899||Alfred Harding boarding with the Patersons||
Alfred Harding (possibly ex-brother-in-law of Anne) is boarding with the Patersons
|287||1901||Death of Peter||
Peter Paterson died on 23 April 1901, and is buried in Cromwell.
|288||1904||Death of Anne||
Anne Paterson died on 22 September 1904, and is buried in Cromwell.
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