Edward MOSLEYAbt 1890 - 1974
Name Edward MOSLEY Born Abt 1890 Brampton, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England Gender Male Died 1974 Greymouth, West Coast, New Zealand Buried 1974 Karoro Cemetery, Chesterfiled Street, Blaketown, Greymouth, West Coast, New Zealand Person ID I5931 My Genealogy Last Modified 10 Mar 2012
Father Allan MOSLEY
b. Abt. 1858, Place: Brampton, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
d. Jan 1929, Place: Waimangaroa, Buller, South Island, New Zealand (Age ~ 71 years)
Mother Ellen MARSH
b. 20 Aug 1865, Place: Barlow, Derbyshire, England
d. 9 Mar 1942, Place: Waimangaroa, Buller, South Island, New Zealand (Age 76 years)
Married 11 Jun 1883 Barlow, Derbyshire, England Emigration 1907 Wellington, North Island, New Zealand Allan and his family emigrated to New Zealand in 1907 aboard the RMS Athenic, sailing from London to Wellington. Source: Find my Past Passenger lists.
He was a miner on Denniston, Buller, West Coast, South Island, and later became a farmer at nearby Waimangaroa. Source: Dorothy Cooper. Allan's great grandaughter.
Passenger lists 1907
Allan and his family travelled on RMS Athenic from London to Wellington.
Residence 1911 Hemsworth, Yorkshire, England 1911 Census Residence 1901 16 Garnet Rd, Hunslet, Yorkshire, England 1901 Census Residence 1891 Drabbles Houses, Cutthorpe, Derbyshire, England 1891 CensusPhotos Allan and Ellen (Marsh) Mosley Family ID F1261 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Spouse/Partner Violet CLOWES
b. Abt. 1899
d. 26 Mar 1977, Place: Greymouth, West Coast, New Zealand
Married 24 Mar 1932 New Zealand Children 1. Myrtle Farquharson MOSELEY
b. 22 Oct 1938, Place: Greymouth, West Coast, New Zealand
d. 2 Sept 1972, Place: Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand (Age 33 years)
Last Modified 10 Mar 2012 Family ID F1309 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Event Map Pin Legend : Address : Location : City/Town : County/Shire : State/Province : Country : Not Set : Link to Google Earth
Used as a troopship during WW1, Transporting NZ Expeditionary Forces to Europe.
SS Ulimaroa in Troopship colours
Served as a troopship during WW1 transporting NZ Expeditionary Forces to Europe
William Allan & Edward Moseley headstone, Karoro cemetery.
Photograph taken by Dorothy Cooper.
My sincere thanks for this and all her other help with our New Zealand relations.