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Hay/Major, 1992. Laurence and Margaret Hay with Mary, Jeremy, Michael and Susanna (both kneeling) and Jess.
Upper Hutt, December 1992.
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Hay/Major, 1993. Laurence Hay, major.
Upper Hutt, circa 1993.
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Hay/Major, 1997? Margaret Hay, major.
IHQ, London, 1997?
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Hay/Major, 2002. Laurence and Margaret Hay with Mary, Jeremy, Michael and Susanna.
Preparing to leave the ICO, London, for the wedding of Michael (at back), August 2002.
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Hay/Major, 2004. Colonel Margaret Hay, Salvation Army
Photo taken in 2004, London.
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Hay/Major, 2008. Mary Hay
Mary is wearing the hat made for her 40 years previously when as a 9-month-old baby she with her parents was farewelled from the Salvation Army Officer Training College, Wellington, to travel to Zambia.
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Hay/Major, 2008. The three travellers 40 years on.
Laurence, Margaret and Mary Hay on the wharf of the Overseas Terminal, Wellington, celebrating the 40th anniversary of their departure for Zambia on the ship 'Achille Lauro'.
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Hay/Major, 2008. The three travellers and Susanna.
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Hay/Major, 2010. Laurence Hay amongst the remains of 'Thomas & Henry', Deborah Bay, Otago Harbour.
William Hay was in charge of this ship when it was moored in Oamaru harbour in Dec 1860 to Feb 1861 as an off-loading hulk.
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Hay/Major, 2010. Margaret with Lieut-Colonel Kamla Parshad in St Paul's church, Amritsar, Punjab, India
where Frederick Tucker married his first wife Louisa Bode.
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Hay/Major, 2011. Susanna and Margaret outside the former ladies' rest room, Post Office Square, Wellington, November 2011.
In early 1932 Eliza McChesney took the ferry from Nelson to Wellington. On arrival in the capital Eliza was met by Mrs Major Montgomery and, while sitting in this rest room, persuaded Mrs Montgomery to let her remain in Wellington.
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Hay/Major, 2011. Family reunion, April 2011.
The five grandchildren of Margaret and Laurence Hay (from left): Thomas and Alexander Hay (chn of Michael and Esther), Eva and Samuel Hay (Jeremy and Nicola) and Benjamin Tibby (Che and Mary).
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Hay/Major, 2011. Family reunion, April 2011.
Laurence and Margaret Hay with descendants and in-laws (back row from left): Susanna, Laurence, Michael, Che Tibby (in front), [Klara, Esther's mother], Esther, Nicky, Jeremy; (front from left): Mary with Benjamin Tibby, Margaret with Alex, Thomas, Samuel, Eva.
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Hay/Major, 2011. Family reunion, April 2011.
Margaret and Laurence Hay with sons Michael (at rear) and Jeremy, and grandchildren Samuel, Thomas, Alex (in front) and Eva beside the remains of the 'Thomas & Henry' sailed to Oamaru in December 1860 with his family on board, and manned as a hulk by William in Oamaru harbour for a few months.
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Hay/Major, 2011. Family reunion, April 2011.
Laurence Hay on the bottom boards of the brig 'Thomas & Henry', sailed by his gt-gt-grandfather.
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Hay/Shaw.
Hay/Shaw.
Oamaru: the landing place 1873 (note surf boats and cables). William Hay Snr and sons William, Joseph and James worked for the landing service as boatmen for varying periods between 1860 and 1875. 
 
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Hay/Shaw.
Hay/Shaw.
William Hay Snr and Euphy (Euphemia) nee Shaw, Oamaru, 1870s? 
 
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Hay/Shaw.
Hay/Shaw.
Oamaru: the landing service's 'landing place' at the south end of the beach, pre-1870 (note the end of the creek not yet filled in). 
 
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Hay/Shaw.  Remains of the 'Thomas & Henry', Deborah Bay, Otago Harbour, November 2010.
Hay/Shaw. Remains of the 'Thomas & Henry', Deborah Bay, Otago Harbour, November 2010.
William Hay and family sailed to Oamaru in this boat in December 1860, and William was in charge of it while it was (briefly) moored in Oamaru harbour as an off-loading hulk. 
 
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Hay/Shaw. David Hay, early 1870s?
Hay/Shaw. David Hay, early 1870s?
 
 
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Hay/Shaw. David Hay, late 1860s
Hay/Shaw. David Hay, late 1860s
 
 
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Hay/Shaw. William Hay and Euphy nee Shaw with son David
Hay/Shaw. William Hay and Euphy nee Shaw with son David
Photo taken in Oamaru, possibly on their 25th wedding anniversary in July 1869. 
 
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Hay/Shaw. William Hay Jnr and James Hay seated, with their half-brother David Hay
Hay/Shaw. William Hay Jnr and James Hay seated, with their half-brother David Hay
 
 
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Major/Maud. Charles Major (1845-1891)
Major/Maud. Charles Major (1845-1891)
John Major (gt-grandson) wrote: I’m not sure how I know that it is Charles -- my memory is that my grandmother [Essie Major] gave it to me telling me it was ‘George’s father’. 
 
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Major/McChesney. Adjutant Elliott and 'Greta' Major and children.
Major/McChesney. Adjutant Elliott and 'Greta' Major and children.
Devonport, 1947. 
 
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Major/McChesney. Eliza Euphemia (Greta) Major nee McChesney.
Major/McChesney. Eliza Euphemia (Greta) Major nee McChesney.
At Peter's house, Whitby, Porirua, May 2002, aged 89. 
 
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Major/McChesney. Eliza Euphemia Major nee McChesney on her 95th birthday.
Major/McChesney. Eliza Euphemia Major nee McChesney on her 95th birthday.
Eliza Euphemia ('Greta') Major at Rita Angus Retirement Village, Kilbirnie, Wellington, on her 95th birthday with two of her children, Margaret and Randle.  
 
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Major/McChesney. Eliza McChesney and Elliott Major.
Major/McChesney. Eliza McChesney and Elliott Major.
On their wedding day, 29 Dec 1937, Wellington. 
 
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Major/McChesney. Grave of Charles (and Harriett?) Major, Geraldine.
Major/McChesney. Grave of Charles (and Harriett?) Major, Geraldine.
John, David and Margaret Major (gt-grandchildren) and Gregory Major (gt-gt-grandchild) at the unveiling of the headstone on the grave of Charles Major (and possibly of Harriett Major nee Maud). 
 
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Major/McChesney. Margaret Evangel Major
Palmerston North, 1957, aged 14.
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Major/McChesney. Margaret Evangel Major.
Palmerston North, 1952, aged 10.
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Major/McChesney. Tweedsmuir Intermediate School, Invercargill (now part of Southland Girls' High School)
Margaret Major was a Form 2 pupil here in 1954.
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Major/McChesney. Wedding party of Eliza McChesney and Elliott Major, 29 Dec 1937, Wellington.
Major/McChesney. Wedding party of Eliza McChesney and Elliott Major, 29 Dec 1937, Wellington.
Te Hira Ferguson, Margaret Cunningham?, bride, groom, Nesta Montgomery, Geoffrey Sampson, Allan Montgomery (celebrant). 
 
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Major/Wallace.
Major/Wallace.
Elliott Major leaving his parents' home, Juliet Street, Stratford, for the railway station and Wellington to begin training as a Salvation Army officer, March 1934. Note handkerchief at the ready! 
 
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Major/Wallace.
Major/Wallace.
George Major and Sarah Esther Wallace, Wanganui. Engagement photo, 1904?  
 
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Major/Wallace. Elliott Major.
Major/Wallace. Elliott Major.
Portrait taken to accompany his application for Salvation Army officer training, 1933. 
 
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Major/Wallace. Four generations: Joseph Wallace, Sarah Esther Wallace, Wallace Major and Brian Major.
Major/Wallace. Four generations: Joseph Wallace, Sarah Esther Wallace, Wallace Major and Brian Major.
At Maude Major's wedding, 3 June 1939, Stratford. 
 
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Major/Wallace. George Major house, Whanganui.
Major/Wallace. George Major house, Whanganui.
14 Lowther St, Whanganui. George and Essie Major and family were living here in 1905. 
 
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Major/Wallace. George Major, Esther Major nee Wallace and children, Elliott seated.
Major/Wallace. George Major, Esther Major nee Wallace and children, Elliott seated.
Circa 1922, about the time of the renewal of the 5-year lease on the Rawhitiroa farm?. 
 
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Major/Wallace. George Major.
Major/Wallace. George Major.
Circa 1935, aged 66? 
 
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Major/Wallace. Sarah Esther (Essie) Major nee Wallace.
Major/Wallace. Sarah Esther (Essie) Major nee Wallace.
Circa 1945, aged 70? 
 
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Major/Wallace. Sarah Esther (Essie) Major nee Wallace.
Major/Wallace. Sarah Esther (Essie) Major nee Wallace.
Circa 1935, aged 60? 
 
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Maud/Bull. Village green and post office, Byfield, Northants, England, c1900.
Maud/Bull. Village green and post office, Byfield, Northants, England, c1900.
Postcard sent probably to Harriett Major from a correspondent in her home village of Byfield. A child (Doris?) and a house are marked by crosses. 
 
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Maud/Bull. Village green and post office, Byfield, Northants, England, c1900.
Maud/Bull. Village green and post office, Byfield, Northants, England, c1900.
Undated and unsigned postcard in the Major family collection. A message on the back has about half the text lost: ‘I hope you will like this one ... X on top of our [house] ... / ... & that / is Doris .... Jack) with / the X on her head, [?] but she looks so small / there, that is our side door at the end, & the post office opposite.' 
 
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McChesney/Elliot. John McChesney
McChesney/Elliot. John McChesney
In 1905 on his 90th birthday? 
 
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McChesney/Stevenson. Eliza Euphemia (Elizabeth) McChesney.
McChesney/Stevenson. Eliza Euphemia (Elizabeth) McChesney.
Portrait taken to accompany her application for training as a Salvation Army officer, 1933. 
 
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McChesney/Stevenson. Eliza Euphemia (Girlie) and Thomas McChesney.
McChesney/Stevenson. Eliza Euphemia (Girlie) and Thomas McChesney.
Circa 1920. 
 
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McChesney/Stevenson. Eliza Euphemia McChesney.
McChesney/Stevenson. Eliza Euphemia McChesney.
Circa Jan 1914, on her 1st birthday? 
 
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McChesney/Stevenson. Eliza McChesney with her half-brother James Randle.
McChesney/Stevenson. Eliza McChesney with her half-brother James Randle.
At her 21st birthday party, January 1934, Dunedin. 
 
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McChesney/Stevenson. Sarah Jane Randle, formerly McChesney, nee Stevenson.
McChesney/Stevenson. Sarah Jane Randle, formerly McChesney, nee Stevenson.
1920s? or '30s? 
 

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