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Predicate Object 29 Oct 1965 1965-10-29T00:00:00.000Z 1965-10-29T00:00:00.000Z 1965.78.616 Collection of Auckland Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira, 1965.78.616, col.0034, ocm1970 1998-10-05T00:00:00.000Z 1 2020-12-20T16:38:16.515Z Centennial Street 65 missionaries/missions Originally belonged to Frances Anne Davis. Frances Anne Goodwyn was born on 4 March 1846 and christened on 12 April 1846 in the Parish of St Andrew, Holborn, London, and lived at 10 Lamb's Coduit Street, London. Her father was George Norfolk Goodwyn and her mother Elizabeth Ann Goodwyn (nee Wells). Her death notice in the NZ Herald (June 28 1929) gives this information: "On June 26, 1929, at her residence 55 Wheturangi Rd, Frances Anne, daughter of the late George Norfolk Goodwyn, 10 Lambs Conduct (sic) Street, London, widow of the late James Davis, Swarratow, Waimate, Bay of Islands, the dear mother of Marianne Estelle Thomson: aged 83 years". Her obituary (NZH 28 June 1929) adds: "After the death of her parents she sailed by the Zealandia for New Zealand, arriving in Auckland in 1881. She was married in May 1883 to Mr James Davis, son of the Rev. Richard Davis, one of the earliest missionaries to the Bay of Islands. Mr James Davis joined the staff of the Native Land Court as interpreter, his death occurring at Gisborne in 1889. After his death Mrs Davis resided in Auckland." The "Zealandia"'s records note that the voyage left Gravesend on 5 June 1881, arriving at Auckland on 29 Sept 1881, and that Miss Goodwyn sailed in the Chief Cabin. On April 3, 1881, English census night, Frances is recorded as being unmarried and her occupation that of a "French Florist". fan; made from sateen, lace, wood, and metal; sticks are laquered black; the leaves are black sateen, lace with floral designs; the edge has scalloped sateen; metal loop at rivet fan
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