SHAW Euphy (Euphemia)

Female 1814 - 1894  (80 years)


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  • Name SHAW Euphy (Euphemia) 
    Born 14 Jul 1814  Rothesay, Bute, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Christened 21 Aug 1814  Rothesay, Bute, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 1 Sep 1894  Oamaru, Otago, NZ Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried 3 Sep 1894  Oamaru, Otago, NZ Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I2  Hay Major Family Tree
    Last Modified 22 Mar 2010 

    Father SHAW Duncan,   b. Island of Islay, Argyll, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother GALBREATH Margaret,   b. 9 Oct 1769, Dalsmeran, Bute, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 5 Jun 1791  Rothesay, Bute, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Histories
    02 Notes on Euphemia HAY née SHAW (1814-1894)
    02 Notes on Euphemia HAY née SHAW (1814-1894)
    Born: 14 July 1814, Rothesay, Bute, Scotland.
    Married: William Hay, 25 July 1844, Greenock, Renfrew, Scotland.
    Died: 1 Sept 1894, Oamaru, Otago, NZ.
    Includes lengthy excerpts from a ship-board diary of the journey to New Zealand.
    Family ID F132  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family HAY William,   b. 12 Aug 1811, (Kingston-upon-)Hull, Yorkshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Sep 1889, Oamaru, Otago, NZ Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years) 
    Married 25 Jul 1844  Greenock West or Old Parish, Renfrew, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. HAY David,   b. 2 Aug 1845, Greenock, Renfrew, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Oct 1919, Invercargill, Southland, NZ Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years)
    Photos
    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.
    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
    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.
    Hay/Shaw.
    Hay/Shaw.
    William Hay Snr and Euphy (Euphemia) nee Shaw, Oamaru, 1870s?
    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.
    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).
    Documents
    Hay/Shaw. Ship-board journal of James Flint
    Hay/Shaw. Ship-board journal of James Flint
    James Flint travelled from Glasgow to Port Chalmers in the 'Silistria', July-October 1860 -- the same voyage as Euphemia Hay and her four sons.
    Hay/Shaw, 1894.
    Hay/Shaw, 1894.
    Hand-written copy of register entry re death of Euphemia Hay nee Shaw, who died 1 Sep 1894.
    Headstones
    Hay/Shaw; Hay/Kinnear.
    Hay/Shaw; Hay/Kinnear.
    Plot: Block 6, plots 1/2
    Hay/Shaw; Hay/Greaves; Hay/Richardson; Hay/Kinnear; Hay/Lewis.
    Hay/Shaw; Hay/Greaves; Hay/Richardson; Hay/Kinnear; Hay/Lewis.
    The Hay family grave; it contains 12 burials (most notably William Hay and his wife Euphemia nee Shaw and their sons William Jnr and David) and two cremations.
    Plot: Block 6, plots 1/2
    Histories
    01 Notes on William HAY (1811-1889) and Euphemia née SHAW
    01 Notes on William HAY (1811-1889) and Euphemia née SHAW
    William Hay born: 12 Aug 1811, (Kingston-upon-)Hull, Yorkshire, England. Married:
    (1) Mary (Marion) Shaw, widow, in or before 1833; (2) Euphy (Euphemia) Shaw, 25 July 1844, Greenock.
    William Hay died: 15 Sept 1889, Oamaru, Otago, NZ.
    03 Notes on Children of William Hay
    03 Notes on Children of William Hay
    Stepchild:
    Duncan Young, 1828 or 1829 (child of Marion and her first husband).
    Born to Marion:
    Jane, 8 May 1834, Greenock;
    William, 19 Aug 1836, Greenock;
    Joseph, 27 June 1838, Greenock;
    Thomas, 26 Dec 1840, Greenock;
    James, 2 Aug 1843, Greenock.
    Born to Euphemia:
    David, 2 Aug 1845, Greenock.
    15 Immigrant Ships -- Hay families
    15 Immigrant Ships -- Hay families
    Ships and dates of voyages to New Zealand of the Seed, Hay, Baker and Hamilton families, William Murphy, Elizabeth Ellen Seed and Jane Kinnear.
    02 Notes on Euphemia HAY née SHAW (1814-1894)
    02 Notes on Euphemia HAY née SHAW (1814-1894)
    Born: 14 July 1814, Rothesay, Bute, Scotland.
    Married: William Hay, 25 July 1844, Greenock, Renfrew, Scotland.
    Died: 1 Sept 1894, Oamaru, Otago, NZ.
    Includes lengthy excerpts from a ship-board diary of the journey to New Zealand.
    Family ID F1  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Histories
    01 Notes on William HAY (1811-1889) and Euphemia née SHAW
    01 Notes on William HAY (1811-1889) and Euphemia née SHAW
    William Hay born: 12 Aug 1811, (Kingston-upon-)Hull, Yorkshire, England. Married:
    (1) Mary (Marion) Shaw, widow, in or before 1833; (2) Euphy (Euphemia) Shaw, 25 July 1844, Greenock.
    William Hay died: 15 Sept 1889, Oamaru, Otago, NZ.
    02 Notes on Euphemia HAY née SHAW (1814-1894)
    02 Notes on Euphemia HAY née SHAW (1814-1894)
    Born: 14 July 1814, Rothesay, Bute, Scotland.
    Married: William Hay, 25 July 1844, Greenock, Renfrew, Scotland.
    Died: 1 Sept 1894, Oamaru, Otago, NZ.
    Includes lengthy excerpts from a ship-board diary of the journey to New Zealand.