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||Begg||James||Husband||Miner c1870-1906||29 Sep 1906|
|2||Begg||Isabella||Miller||Wife||19 Apr 1913|
|5||Begg||Agnes||Child||13 Aug 1866||1871|
The table below shows any historical notes about the party group.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|673||c1870||The Begg family emigrate from Scotland.||
The James begg family emigrated from Lanark County (Lanarkshire) Scotland. The area is well known for coal and iron ore mines. James Begg may well have been an iron ore or coal miner. The family settled in Cromwell for a time before moving to Bannockburn and to dwelling #49.
|674||1871||Agnes Begg started at Bannockburn school on 19 Jan 1871||
Agnes Begg started at Bannockburn school on 19 Jan 1871
|675||1877||Marriage of Isabella Begg (2)||
On December 26 1877, Isabella Begg, aged 17 years was married to James Newberry Crabbe, a miner of Bannockburn, aged 27 years. The wedding took place in the dwelling house of James Begg. On the marriage certificate the location is recorded as Cromwell, but it may actually have been dwelling #49 in Bannockburn. The officiating minister was the Rev. Benjamin Drake. The witnesses were Samuel Graham and John Pryde, both miners of Bannockburn.
|676||1880||Marriage of Margaret Begg||
On May 26 1880, Margaret Begg, aged 15 years was married to Thomas Donnally, a miner of Bannockburn, full age. The wedding took place in the dwelling of James Begg, in Bannockburn. The officiating minister was the Rev. Benjamin Drake. The witnesses were James Crabbe, miner and Owen O'Neil, both of Bannockburn.
|677||1884||Marriage of Agnes Begg||
on March 8 1884, Agnes Begg, aged 17 years was married to Thomas Torrance, a miner of Bannockburn, aged 24 years. The wedding took place in the Presbyterian Church in Cromwell. The officiating minister was the Rev. J L Blackie. The witnesses were George Gilford, miner and Margaret Donnelly (Begg) both of Bannockburn.
|678||Isabella Begg (1) was the Bannockburn midwife.||
Isabella Begg (1) was the Bannockburn midwife.
|679||1890||James Begg and his son-in-law Thomas Donnelly applied for a mining licence to mine the Deep Lead, Povetry/Smith's Gully.||
James Begg and his son-in-law Thomas Donnelly applied for a mining licence to mine the Deep Lead, Poverty/Smith's Gully.
|680||1906||Death of James Begg||
On September 29 1906, James Begg died. He is buried in block 12, plot 5 of the Cromwell cemetery.
|682||1906||Isabella continued to live in dwelling #49 after her husbands death in 1906||
Isabella continued to live in dwelling #49 after her husbands death in 1906
|681||1913||Death of Isabella Begg||
Isabella Begg died on 19 April 1913. She is buried in the Cromwell cemetery with her husband.
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|541||Miss A Parcell Collection||c1890||Agnes Torrance & L Cooper||View Image|
|2002||Otago Daily Times||14 Nov 1903||Mr & Mrs James Begg - Golden Wedding Celebration||View Image|