While no birth registration for either has been identified in England, on the census, when they are with their parents, their place of birth is given as London. And inwhen James is a visitor in a household, his birthplace is recorded as Kensington, London. It is said that Annie began living with James F. Johnstone at Salford, Lancashire, in In Annie is recorded as Johnstone, the wife of James F. Johnston, the family living in London. In James Johnstone is still in London, but widowed.
With him are Janet C. Johnstone, a daughter from his first marriage, and three children born to Annie — Dallas K. Johnstone f. Johnstone, and Alexander M. He gained matriculation. Dallas lived in Wellington tillunmarried, and was buried at Makara Cemetery, Wellington.
Alec served in the war and lost his life at Gallipoli. James, junior, was still in England ina clerk, visiting at Battersea, London. He had been in New Zealand for two years. His address was St Andrews, South Canterbury, where he was a farmer. In his name was drawn in a ballot, and he was called up.
He named his brother-in-law as next-of-kin — Mr A. Paterson, Abbattoir House, Timaru. Margaret and Alexander had come to New Zealand with two sons between and A third son was born in New Zealand. For many years they lived in Timaru, both Margaret and Alexander dying there, and their three sons. Gunner J. He was discharged on 25 April on the termination of his period of engagement.
Read our latest blog posts
In he was a schoolmaster at Port Craig, Southland. Johnstone as temporary sole teacher at Gra. Johnstone Southland Regiment, 2nd C. Battalion had lapsed on 6 July Thus read the cable of 6 July. He left his position as a teacher at Mataura school without notice and has not been heard of since.
In view of the face [sic] that there is no uniform on issue to him and that there appears to be but little chance of his return to this R. Where did he go? Dr Johnson, seeing his dictionary completed, felt a special pride that such a work as in other countries had required the labour of whole academies had been performed by him singlehanded. The first volume of a work which wakes a comparable wonder as a monument of the industry of a single man has just reached Dunedin.
The second volume, which carries the register on tois, however, complete in manuscript, and is expected to be published this year. For seventeen years this most arduous work had been a labour of love of Dr James Fowler Kellas Johnstone, of Aberdeen, working unassisted upon it, and his total labours on the compilation covered a period of fifty-seven years.
It was the object dearest to his heart when he died, in September last, in his eighty-first year, just too soon to see the first volume published.
Dr Johnstone was a cousin of Mr G. Johnstone, of Dunedin. Do you have information that could be added to this story? Or related images that you are happy to share?
Submit them here! Contact. First Name.
The rugby championship – round 5
Last Name. What can you tell us about this person?
Attachment - you may attach an image or document up to 10MB.