Cleghorn Family Tree

Margaret Letitia ThomsonAge: 91 years18381930

Name
Margaret Letitia Thomson
Given names
Margaret Letitia
Surname
Thomson
Married name
Margaret Letitia Monk
Birth November 28, 1838
MarriageRichard James MonkView this family
October 30, 1855 (Age 16 years)
Address: St Peters Church
Note: Copy of Register of Marriage.
Birth of a daughter
#1
Louisa Margaret Monk
January 18, 1857 (Age 18 years)
Birth of a daughter
#2
Elizabeth “Emily Jane” Monk
February 27, 1858 (Age 19 years)
Occupation
Midwife

Note: Margaret acted as a midwife covering the area between Mendip Hills and Kaikoura
Christening of a daughterElizabeth “Emily Jane” Monk
about December 1858 (Age 20 years)
Note: Although her registered birth name was Elizabeth, she was christened Emily Jane
Birth of a son
#3
George Herbert Monk
October 23, 1861 (Age 22 years)
Birth of a daughter
#4
Caroline Elizabeth Monk
January 23, 1864 (Age 25 years)
Birth of a son
#5
William Alfred “Bill” Monk
March 1, 1866 (Age 27 years)
Address: Bell Wood
Birth of a son
#6
Richard Henry Monk
February 22, 1869 (Age 30 years)
Birth of a son
#7
Thomas Nott Monk
May 27, 1871 (Age 32 years)
Marriage of a childAndrew William RutherfordElizabeth “Emily Jane” MonkView this family
November 3, 1873 (Age 34 years)
Birth of a son
#8
Francis James Monk
May 1, 1874 (Age 35 years)
Birth of a son
#9
John Andrew Monk
June 10, 1876 (Age 37 years)
Birth of a son
#10
Berther Charles Monk
July 28, 1878 (Age 39 years)

Marriage of a childJames TateCaroline Elizabeth MonkView this family
June 22, 1881 (Age 42 years)

Birth of a son
#11
Charles Septimus Monk
July 25, 1881 (Age 42 years)

Birth of a daughter
#12
Mary Ellen Agnes Monk
August 15, 1883 (Age 44 years)

Marriage of a childGeorge Herbert MonkMargaret Teresa ConnorView this family
March 11, 1885 (Age 46 years)
Marriage of a childWilliam Alfred “Bill” MonkSusan LucasView this family
May 30, 1892 (Age 53 years)
Address: The Manse, Waiau
Note: Church, Building or Office where marriage to be solemnised : The Manse, Waiau
Marriage of a childRichard Henry MonkAnnie DermottView this family
December 25, 1897 (Age 59 years)

Death of a sonBerther Charles Monk
August 22, 1902 (Age 63 years)
Note: Wellington, June 28.1902
Marriage of a childFrancis James MonkJane Elsie HamiltonView this family
April 20, 1904 (Age 65 years)
Address: Church of St Peter
Marriage of a childJohn Andrew MonkMargaret Elizabeth May LunnView this family
August 7, 1907 (Age 68 years)

Death of a husbandRichard James Monk
October 2, 1916 (Age 77 years)
Death March 15, 1930 (Age 91 years)
Address: Kaikoura Hospital
Note: In hospital after breaking her hip
Burial
Cemetery: Kaikoura Cemetery
Family with Richard James Monk - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: October 30, 1855Wellington, New Zealand
15 months
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4 years
son
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son
3 years
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2 years
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2 years
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Marriage

Copy of Register of Marriage.


Richard Monk of Wellington, Bachelor and Margaret Thomson of Wellington Spinster were married in this church of St. Peter by Licence with consent of her Guardian.This thirty first day of October in the year 1855. By Samuel Poole m.a.


This marriage was solemnised between us In the presence of Richard Monk Edw. Haslam Margaret Thomson Harriet Haslam X her mark ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________I I certify that the above is a true copy of the entry in the Register Book of Marriages kept at St. Peters Church Wellington

Occupation

Margaret acted as a midwife covering the area between Mendip Hills and Kaikoura

Death

In hospital after breaking her hip

Note

from Kaikoura Star: 24 MARCH 1924 Mrs R. Monk, of Conway, who is 86 years of age, had brought to mind on Saturday some of the experiences of the old pioneer days. Cars not being able to negotiate the Conway River, Mrs Monk secured a horse, mounted it straddle-wise, and rodeacross the river, in order to be present at the Trotting Club's meeting. She had not been on a horse for 24 years, and had never previously ridden a horse straddle-wise -womenfolk inclined to be being more modest in the olden times . Sheattended the races, and intended to have a few dances at the race ball, but some children who accompanied her prevailed upon her to attend the circus instead. Mrs Monk usually has exhibits of dairying at the Show, but, owing to unforeseencircumstances, she omitted to have entries sent forward this year. Her eyesight is excellent, and she is as lively as most women at 50.