Archives, Memorandum of Lease; 1855-1918; WY.1993.76.18

Name/Title

Archives, Memorandum of Lease

About this object

These aerchival records relate to the Anderson Wishart family:

2 copies Memorandum of lease for land situated at Mokoreta leased from Otago Boys and Girls High School Board to Margaret Anderson in 1891 and 1906. The Otago Boys and Girls High Schools Board owned land at Mokoreta, Section 25, Block V - the 30 acres one rood and twenty nine poles was leased by Margaret Anderson. The second lease is dated 1906.

Original register of birth certificate of Robert Wallace Anderson born 1887
at Wyndham Valley his father was George Anderson a run holder of
Wyndham Valley his mother was Margaret Anderson (nee Wishart).

Chas. E Davey letter and Account to George Anderson Jnr dated
21 December 1918 pertaining to the transfer of land.

Extract of entry of birth of Margaret Wishart 1855 she was born in Kennoway in the County of Fife, Scotland.

Register of Marriage for George Anderson and Margaret Anderson Wishart in 1879. They were married at the Lower Wyndham Station with James Henry officiating.

Register of Birth for George Anderson 1889 who was born at Wyndham Station on 24 February 1889. His father was George Anderson, farmer and Margaret Anderson (formerly Wishart)

NZEF certificate of discharge for Trooper George Anderson 1915

George Anderson account for preparing mortgage documents for the Otago Schools. Account was prepared in 1897.

Date Made

1855-1918

Place Made

Oceania, New Zealand, South Island, Southland, Mokoreta

Medium and Materials

organic, processed material, vegetal, paper

Measurements

h mm x w mm x d mm (box measurements)

Subject and Association Keywords

People and Families (including births, weddings, deaths)

Object Type

documents

Object number

WY.1993.76.18

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