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1842

Agnes Allan and John Allen emigrate to New Zealand, Oceania.

1854

Agnes Allan is born to James Allan and Jane Sutcliffe in Allanton.

1858

Joseph Allan is born to James Allan and Jane Sutcliffe in Hopehill.

1863

John Allen dies in New Zealand.

1864

The East Taieri Rifles is founded, with a strength of 65 men, and James Allan is appointed Captain.

1866

James Allan retires from the East Taieri Rifles.

December 1867

Margaret Justina Pratt and William Thomson emigrate to New Zealand, Oceania.

25 March 1868

Margaret Justina Pratt and William Thomson arrive in Bluff, New Zealand.

19 February 1879

Agnes Allan and James Cox Thomson marry in Hopehill.

14 May 1879

Joseph Allan passes his final exam to qualify as a surveyor.

26 January 1880

Edward Allan Thomson is born to Agnes Allan and James Cox Thomson in Allanton.

1881

James Allan Thomson is born to Emma Allan and George Malcolm Thomson in New Zealand.

1883

Arthur Charles Thomson is born to Agnes Allan and James Cox Thomson in Allanton.

1889

Margaret Justina Pratt dies in New Zealand.

1891

Agnes Allan dies in New Zealand.

5 July 1891

James Allan dies in Hopehill.

1897

William Thomson dies in Dunedin.

1904

James Allan Thomson is the first New Zealander awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to attend Oxford University.

13 August 1914

James Cox Thomson dies in Hamilton.

1928

James Allan Thomson dies in New Zealand.

30 December 1928

British Columbia, Canada arrives in Auckland, New Zealand. Jane and Edward Allan Thomson are met on the pier by Maurice, “grannie”, Margery and Celia.

22 March 1929

S.S. Ulimaroa steams out of Auckland, New Zealand with Jane and Edward Allan Thomson aboard.

1945

Agnes Allan dies in Allanton.

October 1945

William Thomson dies in Balclutha.

1961

Leah Gordon Miller dies in New Zealand.

Date Unknown

John Fai and Janet Davidson Higgins marry in New Zealand.

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