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||Toms||Albert Edward (Ted)||Husband||Miner, carter|
|3||Toms||Robert Edward Milburn||Child||3 Jun 1908||11 Jan 1920||14 Jun 1915|
The table below shows any historical notes about the party group.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|2964||unknown||Birth of Albert Edward Toms.||
Albert Edward Toms was likely born in dwelling #231 - to Thomas and Mary Anne Toms.
|2965||Nellie Scots family lived in the Nevis||
Nellie Scott's family lived at the Nevis. They were relations of William Scott of dwelling #79.
|2966||c1907||Marriage of Ted and Nellie.||
Edward (Ted) and Helen (Nellie) may have been married about this time. They may have had dwelling #278 built for them. However there is a building shown on this location on the 1878 map from Prof. Park. No details of this building are known to the author, but it may have been dwelling #278.
|2967||1910||Stones directory listing||
Stones directory records Mr A E Toms as a Bannockburn miner. He may have been working as a reefer on the Carrick Range with his father Thomas.
|2968||1915||Stones directory listing||
Stones directory lists Mr A E Toms as a Bannockburn miner. The electoral roll records show Mr A E Toms as a miner at the Nevis. It appears that the family continued to live in dwelling #278 and Ted may have worked at the Nevis, returning home in the weekends.
|2969||1916||It appears that Mr Toms was still working as a miner in Bannockburn.||
It appears that Mr Toms was still working as a miner in Bannockburn.
|2970||1918||Stones directory listing.||
Stones directory records Mr A E Toms as a carter of Bannockburn.
|2971||1919||Ted was appointed as chairman of the Bannockburn school committee.||
Albert Edward Toms was appointed as chairman of the Bannockburn School committee, a position he was also to hold in 1920. His brother Robert then took over the position.
|2972||1920||Robert Edward Toms died of Diphtheria.||
On 11 Jan Robert Edward Milburn Toms died of diphtheria at the age of 11 years. he is buried in the Cromwell cemetery.
|2973||1920||Stones directory listing.||
Stones directory lists Mr A E Toms as a miner of Bannockburn. This is the last record of ted Toms. It may be that Mr & Mrs Toms left Bannockburn at this time. They moved from Bannockburn to Fairfield, then later to Dunedin.
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|1355||Mrs D Norman - Roxburgh||1907||Albert & Helen Toms||View Image|