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Baker/Brooker. Joseph Baker.
Baker/Brooker. Joseph Baker.
In 1889, aged 52, after Harriett's death? 
 
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Baker/Hay, 1992.
Baker/Hay, 1992.
Tributes to Effie Baker nee Hay given at her funeral by Stanley Hay (nephew) and her Baker step-children. The tributes include much information about other members of the families. 
 
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Baker/Packer
Baker/Packer
Wedding photo of William George Baker and Sarah Miriam Packer (both in Salvation Army uniform), Oamaru, 12 November 1899. 
 
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Baker/Rusbatch
Baker/Rusbatch
Status: Located; Albert, son of Joseph and Harriet Baker, and his wife Elizabeth nee Rusbatch 
 
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Coghill/Hamilton.
Coghill/Hamilton.
Status: Located; Reads: 'ILMO Annie Osborne nee Hamilton, beloved wife of the late Robert Coghill, Dunedin. Died 5th July 1958, aged 87 years. At rest'. Annie was the daughter of William Hamilton and his wife Janet nee (Mc)Kissock. 
 
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Crafar/Maud, 1892.
Crafar/Maud, 1892.
Marriage certificate of James Crafar and Harriett Maud, formerly Major, married Geraldine, 18 March 1892. 
 
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Crafar/Maud, 1902.
Crafar/Maud, 1902.
Death certificate of Harriett Crafar, formerly Major, nee Maud, died Geraldine, 16 May 1902. Harriett's first husband was Charles Major. 
 
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Crafer/Maud.  Harriett Crafer, formerly Major, nee Maud (1845-1902)
Crafer/Maud. Harriett Crafer, formerly Major, nee Maud (1845-1902)
Probably taken on her marriage to James Crafer, March 1892, age 46. (Cropped from the double portrait of Harriett with James Crafer.) 
 
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Cross/Hay.
Cross/Hay.
Status: Located; Grave of George Cross and Jane Cross nee Hay. Both died in Dunedin, George, aged 49, on 17 February 1882 and Jane on 17 November 1886, aged 52. 
 
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Cross/Hay.
Cross/Hay.
Status: Located; Nameplate 'CROSS'. There is not, and probably never was, a headstone. 
 
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Cross/Hay.
Cross/Hay.
Status: Located; General view of grave site. 
 
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Hamilton/Allott.
Hamilton/Allott.
Norman Hamilton (centre back) and four sons, Oamaru Salvation Army Band, 1952. 
 
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Hamilton/McKissock
Hamilton/McKissock
Status: Unmarked; Looking south, Laurence on George Hamilton's grave seen from the last headstone in Block 6. 
 
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Hamilton/McKissock
Hamilton/McKissock
Status: Unmarked; Hamilton family grave, undefined and unmarked except for a headstone for Annie Osborne Coghill nee Hamilton. Also buried here are her parents, Janet Hamilton nee (Mc)Kissock and William Hamilton, and two unnamed children of John McIntosh and his wife Elizabeth nee Hamilton (another daughter of William and Janet). 
 
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Hamilton/McKissock.
Hamilton/McKissock.
Status: Unmarked; Looking north, Laurence standing on probable site of grave of George Samuel Hamilton. 
 
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Hamilton/Murphy.
Hamilton/Murphy.
Status: Located; William (Kissock) Hamilton and Mary Seed Hamilton nee Murphy. Also their son Allan Raymond Hamilton. 
 
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Hamilton/Murphy.
Hamilton/Murphy.
Status: Located; Military plaque for Allan Raymond Hamilton, buried with his parents. 
 
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Hamilton/Murphy. 9 Denton Street, Gore.
Hamilton/Murphy. 9 Denton Street, Gore.
Home of Hamilton family, built for William (Kissock) Hamilton c.1904.  
 
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Hamilton/Murphy. 9 Denton Street, Gore.
Hamilton/Murphy. 9 Denton Street, Gore.
 
 
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Hamilton/Murphy. Annie Osborne Hamilton.
Hamilton/Murphy. Annie Osborne Hamilton.
In Salvation Army uniform -- lieutenant? Circa 1934, at time of her engagement? 
 
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Hamilton/Murphy. H&J Smith's department store, Gore.
Hamilton/Murphy. H&J Smith's department store, Gore.
Annie Hamilton worked here as a cashier, 1924-30. 
 
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Hamilton/Murphy. The Salvation Army on the march, Milton.
Hamilton/Murphy. The Salvation Army on the march, Milton.
1893? In that year the 18-year-old William Hamilton was prosecuted, along with four other Salvationists, for playing a cornet in the streets of Milton without the permission of the borough council. 
 
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Hamilton/Murphy. William (Kissock) Hamilton and Mary Hamilton nee Murphy
Hamilton/Murphy. William (Kissock) Hamilton and Mary Hamilton nee Murphy
Circa 1937, on their 40th wedding anniversary? 
 
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Hamilton/Murphy. William and Mary Hamilton and family, Gore, c1912.
Hamilton/Murphy. William and Mary Hamilton and family, Gore, c1912.
Ada, Ron, Essie, Doreen (on father's chair), Annie, Ella and Norman. 
 
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Hamilton/Murphy. William and Mary Hamilton and family, Gore, c1922.
Hamilton/Murphy. William and Mary Hamilton and family, Gore, c1922.
Ada, Doreen, Ella, Allan (on father's knee), Ron, Annie, Norman and Essie. 
 
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Hamilton/Murphy. William Hamilton Jnr - Mary Murphy wedding, 24 August 1897
Hamilton/Murphy. William Hamilton Jnr - Mary Murphy wedding, 24 August 1897
Solemnised in the Salvation Army hall, Milton. 
 
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Hay, FW, 1930-34.
Hay, FW, 1930-34.
Recollections of his two Salvation Army appointments to Cambridge, 1930-32, 1932-34. 
 
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Hay/Baker 1902. Francis Hay and Edith Baker
Hay/Baker 1902. Francis Hay and Edith Baker
Wedding, 29 October 1902, solemnised in the Salvation Army Hall, Timaru. 
 
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Hay/Baker 1915.
Hay/Baker 1915.
Oamaru Salvation Army Band, c1915. Frank Hay seated 2nd from right. 
 
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Hay/Baker 1934. Francis William Hay.
Hay/Baker 1934. Francis William Hay.
In Salvation Army uniform -- a captain? circa 1934, at the time of his engagement? 
 
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Hay/Baker 1940. Edith Hay nee Baker
Hay/Baker 1940. Edith Hay nee Baker
Circa 1940, aged 62? 
 
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Hay/Baker 1942.  Edith Hay (nee Baker) with grandchildren Laurence and Daphne Hay, Timaru, 1942.
Hay/Baker 1942. Edith Hay (nee Baker) with grandchildren Laurence and Daphne Hay, Timaru, 1942.
 
 
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Hay/Baker 1961.  Frank Hay & Joe Hay families and Effie Baker (nee Hay), Christchurch, 1961.
Hay/Baker 1961. Frank Hay & Joe Hay families and Effie Baker (nee Hay), Christchurch, 1961.
Frank, Anne & Joseph Hay, Bramwell Cook, Nell Hay, Shirley Cook (nee Hay), Pamela Hay, Lynette Hay (in front) w David Cook, Effie Baker (nee Hay), Glenys & Jennifer Hay, Daphne Rabbitts (nee Hay; preg w Kathleen), Wesley Rabbitts. 
 
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Hay/Baker 1961.  Joseph, Nellie, Pamela, Anne & Laurence Hay, Effie Baker nee Hay, Stanley & Frank Hay.
Hay/Baker 1961. Joseph, Nellie, Pamela, Anne & Laurence Hay, Effie Baker nee Hay, Stanley & Frank Hay.
Burial of Francis Hay, Timaru, February 1961. 
 
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Hay/Baker, 1902.
Hay/Baker, 1902.
Marriage certificate of Francis Hay and Edith Baker, 29 October 1902. 
 
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Hay/Baker, 1903.
Hay/Baker, 1903.
Article from magazine 'The Local Officer' featuring Oamaru Salvation Army band, including (in text and photo) Francis Hay. In the photo, Francis is seated centre-right with two baritone instruments in front of him. 
 
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Hay/Baker, 1908.
Hay/Baker, 1908.
Birth certificate of Francis William Hay, 25 January 1908. 
 
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Hay/Baker, 1915.
Hay/Baker, 1915.
Employment testimonials re Francis Hay, 1915. 
 
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Hay/Baker, 1917.
Hay/Baker, 1917.
School admission records for Francis William: Tasman Boys, 1916 and Timaru Main 1917. 
 
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Hay/Baker, 1927.
Hay/Baker, 1927.
Employment testimonials re Francis Hay, 1918, 1925 and 1927. 
 
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Hay/Baker, 1943.
Hay/Baker, 1943.
Print-out of official register entry for Edith Hay's death, entry dated 27 October 1943. 
 
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Hay/Baker, 1948.
Hay/Baker, 1948.
Family register saved from burnt Hay/Baker family Bible. Most entries seem to be by Francis Hay Snr with information relating to his parents, self, children and grandchildren. 
 
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Hay/Baker, 1961.
Hay/Baker, 1961.
Print-out of official register entry for Frank Hay's death, entry dated 21 February 1961. 
 
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Hay/Baker.
Hay/Baker.
Francis and Edith Hay's headstone, Timaru. Also Effie Baker. 
 
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Hay/Greaves; Hay/Richardson.
Hay/Greaves; Hay/Richardson.
Status: Located; William Hay Jnr, his first wife Ann nee Greaves, his second wife Catharine nee Richardson, and two of their children Agnes and George -- who died four days apart in 1883. 
 
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Hay/Hamilton 1938. Anne Hay with Daphne.
Taumarunui, 1938.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Hay/Hamilton 1938. Daphne Hay.
Taumarunui, 1938.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Hay/Hamilton 1939.  Frank Hay holding Daphne, with Effie Baker nee Hay.
Hay/Hamilton 1939. Frank Hay holding Daphne, with Effie Baker nee Hay.
 
 
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Hay/Hamilton 1940. Daphne Hay.
On her 2nd birthday, Eden, Auckland, 8 Feb 1940.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Hay/Hamilton 1941.  Laurence and Daphne Hay.
Hay/Hamilton 1941. Laurence and Daphne Hay.
Laurence's first birthday, Auckland, December 1941 
 

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