The table below shows the people that make up the group.
|No||Last Name||First Names||Maiden Name||Relationship||Occupation||Born||Died||School Year|
The table below shows any historical notes about the party group.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|3422||See dwelling #92 for details of children.||
See dwelling #92 for details of children.
|3423||1829||Birth of William Anderson||
William Anderson was born in the Shetland islands, Scotland. He was brought up on his fathers farm, and went to sea at the age of fifteen.
|3424||1854||William left ship in Australia||
William left his ship in Melbourne, Australia and went on to the Victorian gold diggings.
|3425||1862||William moved to New Zealand||
William moved to New Zealand and headed for the Otago gold diggings.
|3426||1868||William appears in the census records.||
Mr William Anderson appears in the official census records as a gold miner living in the Kawarau Gorge.
The census records for 1875 show William Anderson as a gold miner living in Pipeclay Gully.
|3428||c1875 / 1876||William may have built dwelling #442||
William may have built and lived in dwelling #442 in North Road. Although this area was known as Doctor's Flat, it is very close to Pipeclay Gully.
|3429||1876||Marriage of William and Anderina||
On 6 Jan 1876, William Anderson married Miss Anderina Tompson, daughter of James and Mary Thompson of Bannockburn. The service was conducted by Rev Benjamin Drake in his dwelling house in Cromwell. The witnesses were Mr & Mrs James Thompson and Mr Gideon Anderson of Bannockburn (brother of William). The Thompsons were originally from Lerwick in the Shetland Islands.
|3430||c1876/1886||Mr Thompson built a new house.||
It appears that about this William may have built a new house (dwelling #69) close to dwelling #442.
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