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Emma Finnis and her son, William Aldridge

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Emma Finnis, 60 years, and her son William Henry Aldridge. aged 26 years.

Emma married William Aldridge in England and they emigrated to Palmerston North c. 1872. William Henry (1876-1964) was the only son and youngest of their 8 children. After William (the elder) died in 1975 Emma married Edwin Finnis. They were the owners of Carnarvon House, 1876 - 1896, which later became the Rangitikei Street Boarding House.

William is pictured in his Boer War (South African War) uniform. He married Minnie Port in 1909.

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2020P_A175-80_029223
Title
Emma Finnis and her son, William Aldridge
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Research File A175/80
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B&W print
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Palmerston North
Date
circa 1902

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Ian Matheson City Archives

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