Christina Elisabeth/Elizabeth Kraag

Christina Elisabeth/Elizabeth Kraag[1, 2, 3, 4]

Female 1845 - 1920  (74 years)

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  • Name Christina Elisabeth/Elizabeth Kraag 
    Christened 24 Aug 1845  Kvaers Kirke Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Witnesses:
      Catharina Matzen in Türsbüll, 2. Elisabeth Matthiesen in Türsbüll, 3. Nis Petersen in Türsbüll.
    Census 1845  Dorf Törsbüll, : Kværs Parish Find all individuals with events at this location 
    The family appear as Kroog in the 1845 Census
    Census year: FT-1845 County: Aabenraa District: Lundtoft Parish: Kværs: Place name: Dorf Törsbüll
    Title no /address: 5 Kathenhaus Household-/ family no: 138 Source entry no: C7221 Record no: 670
    Name: Age: Marital status: Occupation in household: Occupation: Birth place
    Christian Hinnerich Kroog 39 Gift Dorfschmidt Broacker
    Christine Wilhelmsen 40 Gift seine Ehefrau Fischbecholz
    Anna Kjestin Kroog 13 Ugift ihre Kinder Törsbüll
    Anna Catharina Kroog 11 Ugift ihre Kinder do. [Törsbüll]
    Hans Peter Kroog 9 Ugift ihre Kinder do. [Törsbüll]
    Maria Kroog 7 Ugift ihre Kinder do. [Törsbüll]
    Peter Hinrich Kroog 5 Ugift ihre Kinder do. [Törsbüll]
    Magaretha Kroog 3 Ugift ihre Kinder do. [Törsbüll]
    Nicolai Wilhelmsen 21 Ugift Dienstboten Fischbeckholz
    Eliese Nielsen 21 Ugift Dienstboten do. [Fischbeckholz]

    Note: The Census was taken in Jan 1845. Christina Elisabeth Kraag was born on 08 Aug 1845
    Dorf = Village 
    Born 08 Aug 1845  Türsbüll, Kværs Sogn, Åbenrå Amt, Denmark. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Kværs Sogn, Lundtoft Herred, Åbenrå Amt
      Kværs Kirkebog 1840-1877, Opslag 25; Birth No. 18
      Kværs Kirkebog 1845, Fødte nr. 18
      Født 8 August, døbt 24 August Christina Elisabeth Kraag, ehel. Tochter des Smidts Christian Hinrich Kraag und der Christina geb. Wilhelmsen in Türsbüll.
      Gew: 1. Catharina Matzen in Türsbüll, 2. Elisabeth Matthiesen in Türsbüll, 3. Nis Petersen in Türsbüll.
      [This reading is courtesy of Karen Briget Reib, Bornholm, Denmark]

      Note:
      Åbenrå =Aabenraa
      Født = birth: døbt = christening, baptism.
      Tochter = daughter: Smids = Blacksmith
    Gender Female 
    Confirmation 25 Mar 1860  Kværs Kirke Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Kværs Kirkebog 1763 -1884: Opslag 168; Confirmation No. 20
    Christina Elisabeth Kraagh, ehel. Tochter des Smidts Christian Hinrich Kraag und der Christina geb. Wilhelmsen in Türsbüll, Født 8 August, døbt 24 August 1845 
    • Kværs Kirkebog 1763-1884
    • Kvaers Kirkebog 1763 -1884: Opslag 168; Confirmation No. 20
      25 March 1860
      Christine Elizabeth Kraag, legitimate daughter of Smidt [Blacksmith] Christian Hinrich Kraag and Christine born Wilhelmsen in Tursbull. Born 8 August, christened 24 August 1845. Vaccination 25 July 1846
    Emigration 18 May 1872  From Törsböll / Türsbüll, Kværs Parish to the South Island of New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Peter Petersen Bundesen and Christine Elisabeth Kraag with Peter's brother Hans Peter Bundesen emigrated to the South Island of New Zealand on the ship Friedeburg.
    The Friedeburg sailed from Hamburg on 18 May 1972. This was 8 days after Peter and Elisabeth's marriage.

    Peter Petersen Bundesen and Christine Elisabeth Kraag on the Passenger List of the Friedeburg
    Bundesen Christine, age 26, 18 May 1872 Friedeburg New Zealand A 539
    Bundesen Peter P, age 33, 18 May 1872 Friedeburg New Zealand A 539
    Bundesen Hans Peter, age 36, 18 May 1872 Friedeburg New Zealand A 544

    The Friedeburg, departed Hamburg on 18.05.1872, and arrived at Lyttleton in the South Island of New Zealand on 30.08.1872
    It was a ship of 769 tons, 185 feet 6 inches long and 19 feet 9 inches wide

    More on the Friedeburg from the Christchurch Newspaper called The Star. Dated 31.08.1872"
    The Peculiar feature feature in this ship is her spacious 'tween decks, which measures 8 ft. 6in. from floor to beam. The sleeping accomadation is very roomy.The cubic space thus set apart has ensured proper ventilation, and made the health of the passangers remarkably good, and as we have said, no serious cases of illness have occured." " The passangers looked very healthy, and in good spirits  
    Emigration 1882  From New Zealand to the Tiaro District, Aueensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    1882. Elizabeth and Peter were located at Nikenbah, Qeensland in 1882. Peter was naturalized in 1882 in Gympie, Queensland  
    Departure 11 Jul 1882  West Coast Times, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    This could be Peter Petersen Bundesen and his family leaving the West coast, South Island, New Zealand for Queensland, Australia on the Ship Hero.

    PORT OF HOKITIKA.
    PASSENGERS. Per Hero.-Inwards: 1. Outwards: Mrs Bunderson and 4 children, Mrs Heinz, Messrs Bunderson, Mana, Roberts, Monteith, Palmer and Corrigan.
    Transcribed from the "West Coast Times , Issue 4130, 11 July 1882, Page 2" 
    Queensland Electoral Roll 1903, 1905, & 1913  Deborah, Tiaro district Find all individuals with events at this location 
    QUEENSLAND ELECTORAL ROLL 1903&1905
    Commonwealth of Australia; State of Queensland
    Division of Wide Bay: Polling - Place of Deborah
    Roll of Electors who vote at Deborah Polling - Place
    No1: Bundersen, Catherine: Place of Living: Spring Hill Farm: Occupation: Domestic duties
    No 2: Bundersen, Elizabeth: Place of Living: Greenland Farm: Occupation: Domestic duties
    No 3: Bundersen, Maria Christina: Place of Living: Greenland Farm: : Occupation: Domestic duties
    No 4: Bundersen, Peter Henry: Place of Living: Spring Hill Farm: Occupation: Farmer
    No 5.Bundersen, Peter Petersen: Place of Living: Greenland Farm: : Occupation; Farmer

    QUEENSLAND ELECTORAL ROLL 1913
    Division of Wide Bay: Subdivision of Tiaro South
    No 232: Name in Full: Bundersen, Christina Elizabeth; Place of Living: Deborah: Occupation; Home duties
    No 233: Name in Full: Bundersen. Peter Petersen: Place of Living: Deborah:
     
    Personal 30 Jul 1914  Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    A DEBORAH PRESENTATION
    A pleasant gathering in the shape of a surprise party took place at Mr and Mrs Bundesen's residence on Wednesday last, when the people (both young and old) gathered from all round the district to say good-bye to Mr and Mrs Bundesen. While the billy was boiling the people indulged in games on the grass, and after a substantial lunch had been partaken of, Mr and Mrs Bundesen were presented with a beautiful silver coffee pot. Mr Thompson, in making the presentation, said he had been asked to perform a duty that day which was by no means a pleasant one, as it menat parting with two old friends, and parting with friends was always hard; but such was the way of life - the best of friends would have to part sooner or later. And, on behalf of all Deborah people, he wished them good-bye, and in their new home long life, good health and happiness and prosperity. He then made the presentation to Mrs Bundesen, and said he wanted her to make coffee in it every day, and while they were drinking the coffee, the pot would remind them of the friends they had left behind.
    When Mr Bundesen rose to reply, the old gentleman was visibly affected. He thanked their many friends very much for the kind regards, and said they felt the parting very much.
    Games were again played till evening, when another lunch was partaken of, and the young people wound up with a dance in the barn till 12 o'clock.
    Mr and Mrs Bundesen came to Queensland with their young family from New Zealand about 32 years ago, and have resided here ever since, their occupation being farming and dairying. The family are all married and living elsewhere. Mr and Mrs Bundesen go to Pialba, where they will live a quiet, retired life for the future.
    Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Thursday, 30 July 1914
     
    Died 29 Feb 1920  General Hospital, Maryborough Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • 1920/C949 Bundesen Christina Elizabeth: Death: Father: Henry Krag - ** born Denmark aged 74 years [Queensland Death. Register].

      BUNDESEN Christina Elizabeth
      Death notice 29 FEB 1920
      Death
      Age 74
      Other Details: at General Hospital, Maryborough, late of Kawungan, Pialba
      Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay)01 MAR 1920
      (The Ryerson Index Online Database)
    Death Notice 1 Mar 1920  Maryborough Chronicle, Maryborough, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Maryborough Chronicle, Dated Monday, 1st. March 1920
    Death: BUNDESEN. on the 29th. February, 1920, at the General Hospital, Maryborough, Christina Elizabeth, relict of the late Peter Petersen Bundesen, of Kawungan, Pialba. Aged 74 years and 6 months.
    " Thy will be done"
     
    • Bundesen: Christina Elizabeth: Death. 29 Feb. at the General Hospital, Maryborough, Widow of Peter Petersen Bundesen, Kawuengen St. Pialba- 74 years & 6 months,. Funeral Nikenbah Cemetery & Obituary 3 March
    Funeral Notice 01 Mar 1920  Maryborough Chronicle, Maryborough, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Maryborough Chronicle, Dated Monday, 1st. March 1920
    The Friends and Relatives of the late CHRISTINA ELIZABETH BUNDESEN and Family are kindly invited to attend her Funeral TOMORROW (TUESDAY) MORNING on arrival of the 10.45 a.m train at Nikenbah from Maryborough for the Nikenbah Cemetery.
    J. AMMENHAUSER,
    Funeral Director 
    Obituary 01 Mar 1920  Maryborough Chronicle, Maryborough, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Maryborough Chronicle - 1st. March 1920
    OBITUARY.
    After a lingering illness, the death occured at the General Hospital early yesterday morning of Mrs. Bundesen (widow of late Mr. Peter Petersen Bundesen, of Kawungan). The deseased lady, who was in her 75th. year, was a native of Tusca ( Holstein, Denmark), and with her late husband went to New Zealand in 1872, where they resided for ten years, and subsequently came to Queensland taking up land at Netherby, near Tiaro. They retired some five years ago and took up residence at Kanwungan, near Nikenbah. Desceased`s husband pre-desceased her about five years ago and she is survived by three daughters and one son- namely, Mesdames F. Jessen ( Grand Hotel, Wooroolin), E. Jensen (Kawungan), W. Merrin (Grand Horel, Maryborough), and Mr Peter Bundesen (Gympie). The body is being conveyed to Nikenbah for burial in the Nikenbah Cemetery, the funeral taking place tomorrow morning at 10.15 o`clock, on arrival of the Pialba train at Nikenbah
     
    Buried 02 Mar 1920  Aalborg Danish Cemetery, Nikenbah, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    In Memorium 28 Feb 1921  Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    IN MEMORIAM.
    BUNDESEN.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who departed this life on 29th February, 1920.
    Dearest mother, thou hast left us,
    We thy loss most deeply feel;
    But 'tis God Who has bereft us!
    He can all our sorrows heal.
    Happy with the Lord.
    (Inserted by her loving daughters, Mrs. M. Merrin and Mrs. C. Jensen.)

    Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser, Queensland, Monday, 28 February 1921
     
    Queensland Electoral Roll 1919 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    QUEENSLAND ELECTORAL ROLL 1919
    Division of Wide Bay: Subdivision of Howard
    No 302: Bundesen, Christina Elizabeth: Place of Living: Kawangan: Occupation: Home Duties
    JENSEN, Christina Maria: Place of Living: Pialba: Occupation: Home Duties
    JENSEN, Edward Nicolai: Place of Living: Pialba: Occupation; Pialba: Occupation: Farmer
     
    Notes 
    • Sponser at Christenings

      On 27 Nov 1870 Christina Elisabeth Kraag and her sister Anna Christina Kraag Kier were 1st and 2nd Witnesses at the christening of their niece Christina Elisabeth Petersen

      Kliplev 1854 -1894: Opslag No.144: Birth No 42
      Christina Elisabeth Petersen, daughter of T-? Hans Christensen and Matta Maria born Kraag, Sondmarkkobbel [Kliplev Parish]
      Mother 33 years
      Witnesses: ANNA CHRISTINA KIER: CHRISTINE ELISAB. KRAG, both of Torsbol: D Bough? h. -? Lundtoft

      On 11 Feb 1872, Christina Elisabeth Kraag was witness at the christening of Eline Cathrine Petersen. She was the grandaughter of Jurgen Petersen and Helena Paulsen. Jurgen Petersen was the son of Peter Jensen Bonnum and Mette Maria Friederichsen in Tursbull

      Star , Issue 1409, 2 September 1872, Page 3
      IMMIGRANTS BY THE FRIEDEBURG.
      The first shipment of immigrants direct from Germany arrived in Port Lyttelton on Saturday last. The fine iron ship Friedeburg, Captain Kopper, made the passage from Hamburg in 102 days, and it is very satisfactory to , report that the immigrants have arrived at their destination in excellent health and spirits.
      The ship was signalled outside the heads on Friday afternoon, but the name of the vessel could notc be ascertained until the following day. This fact suggests the urgent necessity that exists for the establishment of telegraphic communication between the Godley Head lighthouse, the signal station, and the telegraph offico in Lyttelton. The expense would not be very great, in fact it would appear as trifling contrasted withh the utility of the work. The lighthouse-keeper could soon be instructed in the art, so that the names of vessels could be telegraphed to Lyttelton and Christchurch immediately upon the signals being made out.
      His Honor the Deputy-Superintendent, Mr J. E. March (Chief Immigration Officer), Dr Haast, Mr Ruddenklau, and Mr Monson left Christchurch for Lyttelton by the half-past eight o'clock train. Messrs Ruddenklau and Monson proceeded to port in the capacity of interpreters ? the former as between the Government officials and the German immigrants, and the latter as interpreter between the officials and the Danes and Norwegians. Tho party was joined in Lyttelton by Drs Donald and Rouse and Captain Gibson, who, together with Mr March, are tho Immigration Commissioners for the province. The s.s. Gazello, Capt McLellan, was chartered to take the party to the vessel. The Gazelle started about 10 o'clock, taking the Ben Moro in tow, but some delay was occasioned through the barque getting fast on a bank, which has formed a short distance from the wharf. As soon as she was got off, she was towed to the middle of the stream and left there, and the Gazelle proceeded to the ship, which was lying at anchor two miles outside the North Head. On approaching the vessel, the flag flying at the stern bespoke her country, and there was no longer any doubt as to her being the Freideburg. Drawing nearer the immigrants were mounted on the bulwarks of the ship anxiously awaiting our arrival, and the chorus of a cluster of single women on the pocp settled the point as to their nationality. Seen from the deck of the Gazelle, the large group of immigrants presented a somewhat novel spectacle. Three or four nations were there represented ? the G«rmanic,t heGennanic Polish, tho Norwegian, and the Danish, all chattering away in the language and dialects of their respective countries. Dr Donald, as Health Officer, was the first to go on board, and as all was well, the whole party followed .shortly afterwards. The immigrants were in the veiy best of spirits, and spoke hopefully of the future in their adopted home. Unfortunately, not one of them could speak English, and they expressed a considerable amount of anxiety in consequence, but they were in a great measure consoled when told that there were several of their countrymen in the province, and that they would soon be able to pick up the language in a country where English was universally spoken. Among the immigrants there aro some who have won decorations for services in the field. One has been in the Holstein, Austrian, and Franco- German wars, and another in tho two latter campaigns.
      The usual official inspection by the Immigration Commissioners was commenced shortly after going on board. Beginning with the single women's compartment, the muster roll was called over, and the girls were asked (through tho interpreters) whether they had any complaints to make. . Their general reply was that they had been well treated during the voyage. In the married couples' compartment, every, head of a family was asked separately if he had anything to complain of. In the majority of cases tho reply was a negative one, but there were a few who complained of the quality of the water and the insufficiency of diet served out to them. Dr Temple was asked to express his opinion with reference to tho dietary scale, and he said he thought the quantities of some of the items were too small. Amongst the married couples, one immigrant was pointed out as having walked from the Russian frontier to Hamburg (a distance of about 800 miles) with his wife and five or six children, sleeping at farm houses and oftentimes in the open air on their way to join the ship. It was a curious fact, that while those on one side of the vessel (Polish-Germans) complained about the insufficiency of food ; those on tho opposite side (Norwegians and Danes) expressed entire satisfaction. The former were asked how they could account for this, and their reply was that the latter were richer than themselves, and besides bringing more comforts with them, had money onough to enable them to procure what they wanted. The same thing, however, was noticeable in the single men's compartment ; here tho Danes and Norwegians were perfectly satisfied with their treatment on board, while a few of the Germans and Polish-Germans complained of the quality of the water and the insufficiency of the dietary scale. The captain and doctor speak very highly of the conduct of the Norwegians and Danes and most of his own countrymen during the voyage from Hamburg. We were pleased to observe the cleanliness of the ship in every part, and it is doubtless owing to the care taken in this respect that the health of the passengers has been so successfully maintained.
      Speaking of the immigrants as a whole, they are undoubtedly a very good selection, and if they follow the excellent advice given to them by the two interpreters, they will have no reason to regret coming to New Zealand. Their ignorance of English will doubtless be a considerable disadvantage to them for some time, but they will not be long in acquiring a sufficient knowledge of the language to enable them to get along comfortably with those by whom they may be employed. It is probable that many of them will find employment from their own countrymen.
      The Friedeburg sailed from Hamburg on the 18th of May, having on board 292 persons, representing 241 adults. On the voyage over, there was one death ? a child 11 months old ? and six births, thus increasing the number of souls to 297. Of this number 200 are above 12 years old, 82 are between 1 and 12 years, and 15 under 1 year. There are 61 single women, 33 single men, 53 married couples, and 97 children and infants, including the six born on the passage. With regard to nationalities, the numbers are as follows : ? Germans (including Polish), 102 persons above 12 years, 68 children and 5 infants ; Norwegians, 51 persons above 12 years, 5 children, and 3 infants ; Danes, 47 persons above 12 years, 9 children, aud 2 infants. This total of 10 infants does not include those born since the sailing of the ship. The ship is admirably adapted for the conveyance of immigrants, and is superior in many respects to the vessels that come from London. The height between decks is Bft and Bft (lin, the ventilation is good, but there is an insufficiency of light in all the compartments. Captain E. Kopper has made one trip to Queensland in the Friedeburg with 300 immigrants, and he is highly spoken of by those who have now reached Canterbury under his charge. The surgeon-superintendent, Dr D L. Temple, who speaks German very fluently and Danish moderately well, deserves to be complimented upon the healthy condition in which so many persons have reached their destination.
      The immigrants will disembark after noon today, and will be conveyed by special train to Addington. The Barracks will be open to employers on Thursday. We are informed that at the Immigration Barracks no fewer than 90 applications for domestic servants have been received. Mr March has remained on board the ship smce Saturday, and will not leave until the disembarkation is completed. Messrs Ruddenklau and Morrison will act as interpreters during the stay of the immigrants at the Barracks
      Transcribed from the "Star , Issue 1409, 2 September 1872, Page 3"

      The following is Captain Kopper's report of the voyage :- The Friedeburg sailed from Hamburg on May 21st ,- passed the Lizards on June the Ist ; crossed the line on June 23rd, but was detained by calms at Fernando Norunha for three days ; got the S.E. trades from the S. by E. ; had to stay several times on the coast of Brazil until past the Abruhas Shoals ; passed the longitude of the Cape on July 21st in 45deg. S. ; passed the Crozettes on July 30th, and Tasmania August 19th ; eastings were ran down in 48deg. to 50deg. ; then had light variable winds to sighting the Snares on Aug. 26th ; thence had variable winds, with rain and fog, until Aug. 30th: At 9.am. on that day Banks Peninsula was made, Godley Heads same day, and at 4 p.m. dropped anchor, making the passage from the Lizards in 90 days.
      Transcribed from "Star , Issue 1409, 2 September 1872, Page 2"

    Person ID I3644  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 6 Sep 2014 

    Father Christian Hinrich Kraag,   b. 08 Apr 1806, Broacker, Broager Parish, Sonderborg County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Tursboll, Kvaers Parish, Aabenraa County,Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Christine Wilhelmsen,   b. 04 Apr 1805, Felsted Parish, Aabenraa County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 05 Nov 1831  Kvaers Kirke Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Engagement:
      Kvaers Kirkebog 1763-1884: Opslag 448: No.6.
      Engagement, 8 Oct.1831.
      Christian Hinrich Kraag son of Hans Phillip Christensen Kraag and Anna Catharina geb.[born] Otsen with Christina Wilhelmsen daughter of Peter Christian Wilhelmsen and Anna Christina born Tychsen.
      Test. [Witnesses] 1. Hans Philipp Christensen Kraag in Broacker [Broager Sogn [Parish], Nybol Herred [District], Sonderborg Amt [County]

      Kværs Kirkebog 1831
      Marriage Notes:
      Kvaers Kirkebog1763-1840; Opslag 288: No.6.
      Marriage 5 Nov 1831
      Christian Hinrich Kraag, Dorfsmidt [Village Blacksmith], in Tursbull, with Christina Wilhelmsen. She was the daughter of Peter Christian Wilhelmsen and Anna Christine born Tychsen in Fischbeckholz. Christian was vaccinated on 5 Oct.1812 in Augustenborg [Sonderborg County] and Christina Wilhelmsen on 24 Jun.1816.
    Family ID F1135  Group Sheet

    Family Peter Petersen Bundesen,   b. 9 Feb 1839, Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Jan 1915, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years) 
    Married 10 May 1872  Kvaers Kirke , Kvaers Parish, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Kværs Kirkebog 1840-1877, Opslag No 262, Marriage No.4
      Viet 10 Mai Ungkarl Peter Petersen Bundesen, æ. Søn af Boelsmand Peter Petersen Bundesen og +hst Botilla Maria f. Jessen i Lundtoft, som ?? har opholdt sig i Ny: Zeland hvorhen han ?? efter Ægtevielse agter at rejse med sin kone
      født 9., døbt 24. febr. 1839
      Confirmeret i Holeböll Marts 1854, hvor til han ?? ?? Vaccinationsattest som er tabt i Ny Zeland
      Pigen Christine Elisabeth Kraag i Törsböll, æ. datter af Smed Christian Hinrich Kraag og h. Christine f. Vilhelmsen i Törsböll
      født 8, døbt 24 August 1845, (jfr. 407.4) confirmeret 25 Marts 1860 (jfr. 407.4)
      Couression i ?? Apenrade 1/5-72 Göttig
      Begge ville snart efter ægtevielse til Ny Zeland. [both would soon after the wedding leave for New Zealand]

      This Marriage Certificate was kindly transcribed by the late Karen Brigit Reib, Bornholm, Denmark

      [Viet is Marriage. Ungkarl =Bachelor: har opholdt sig i Ny: Zeland, Peter Petersen Bundesen had been in New Zealand prior to his marriage. født is birth, born: døbt: =christening: Confirmeret= Confirmation: Pigen is an unmarried girl, maiden: Ny Zeland =New Zealand
      Vaccinationsattest = Vaccination
      Boelsmand = Farmer: Smed = Blacksmith
    Children 
    +1. Matilda Christina Bundesen,   b. 1873, Cobden, Greymouth, South Island of New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Jul 1949, Kingaroy District, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years)
    +2. Christina Maria Bundesen,   b. 1874, Chatham Islands? or Ross, South Island, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Aug 1947, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years)
    +3. Peter Henrich Bundesen,   b. 1877, Ross, South Island, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 May 1944, Gympie General Hospital, Gympie Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 67 years)
    +4. Maria Caroline/Minnie Bundesen,   b. 1879, Ross, South Island, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 09 Dec 1955, Murwillumbah, New South Wales, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years)
     5. Edith Bundesen,   b. 1881, Ross, South Island, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1881, Ross, South Island, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 0 years)
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2017 
    Family ID F1129  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    Peter Petersen Bundesen and Christina Elisabeth Kragg
    Peter Petersen Bundesen and Christina Elisabeth Kragg
    Peter Petersen Bundesen
    09 Feb 1839-08 Jan 1915
    Lundtoft, Kliplev, Åbenrå, Denmark - St. Mary's Hospital, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia

    Christina Elisabeth Kragg
    08 Aug 1845, Türsbüll, Kværs, Åbenrå, Denmark - 29 Feb 1920, General Hospital, Maryborough Queensland, Australia

    Headstones
    Bundesen. Peter Petersen    and  
Bundesen Christina
    Bundesen. Peter Petersen and Bundesen Christina
    Peter Petersen Bundesen died 8th January 1915 aged 74years.
    Christina died 29th February 1920 aged 75years.

  • Sources 
    1. [S74] Arkivalieronline.dk .

    2. [S12] Qld Birth, Deaths and Marriages.

    3. [S115] Trove.

    4. [S17] Ryerson Index,to Contemporary Death Notices and Obituaries in Australian Newspapers.


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