Marie Perry - A Story of the Andrews and Manthel families

Date
1990
By
Perry, Marie Olive, 1902-1989
Ref
MS-Papers-4280-084
Description

This is the story of William Andrews who arrived in New Zealand in 1857 with his wife Mary Woodhouse and their three children on the Alma. It continues with the life of daughter Mary and her husband Alfred George Manthel, a Frenchman of Jewish extraction; and their son Maurice and his wife Alice Franklin. It covers the period 1857-1933

Quantity: 1 folder(s).

Finding Aids: Published guide available.

Includes photographs of Cottage in Tory Street built by William Andrews in 1859; Maurice Manthel in Wellington Garrison Band ca 1882; Andrews and Manthel (firm) engineering workshop, ca 1890s; Savage Club Orchestra, ca 1890s; Maurice Manthel, marine engineer

Access restrictions
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Part of
New Zealand Society of Genealogists : 1990 Sesquicentennial Family Biography Competition collection
Format
1 folder(s), Manuscripts, Illustration: Includes photographs of Cottage in Tory Street built by William Andrews in 1859; Maurice Manthel in Wellington Garrison Band ca 1882; Andrews and Manthel (firm) engineering workshop, ca 1890s; Savage Club Orchestra, ca 1890s; Maurice Manthel, marine engineer
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