Hans Peter  Bundesen

Hans Peter Bundesen[1, 2]

Male 1836 - 1917  (81 years)

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  • Name Hans Peter Bundesen 
    Born 28 Apr 1836  Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Kliplev Kirkebog 1824- 1859; Opslag 78; Birth No 14
      Son of the Partsmanns Peter Petersen Bundesen und Botilla born Jessen Lundtofte
      Partsmann. Not a full scale farmer.

      1 Apr 1862
      Hans Peter Bundesen, age 26, Tynjekarl, Skovelund moved from or to Kolstrup (Slesvig) to København. He was born in Lundtoft, Kliplev Sogn

      Name Hans Peter Bündesen
      Event Type Move
      Event Place København, Danmark
      Event Place (Original) , København, Denmark
      Gender Male
      Age 26
      Volume 8
      Volume Date Range 1846 - 1863
      "Danmark Kirkebøger, 1484-1941" Tilgangs Liste

      A Hansen Bundesen in Queensland

      First name(s) Hansen
      Last name Bundersen
      Date 4 May 1872
      Year 1872
      Address Walloon
      Letter code c
      Volume XIII
      Page 745
      Reference 97
      State Queensland
      Country Australia
      Record set Queensland Unclaimed Letters
      (Findmypast)
    Christened 08 May 1836  Klipllev Kirke Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • First witness was his Uncle Boi Petersen Bundesen from Todsbull in Bjolderup Parish.
    Gender Male 
    Confirmation 1852  Kliplev Kirke Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Kliplev Kirkebog 1824-1859; Opslag No.78: Confirmation No. 14 
    Emigration 18 May 1872  From Denmark to the South Island of New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Hans Peter Bundesen emigrated to the South Island of New Zealand on the Friedeberg which left Hamburg 18 May 1872. Hans' brother Peter and his wife Christina was also on the Friedsburg which arrived at Lyttelton 30 Aug 1872.

    From the Friedeburg Passenger List
    Bundesen Hans Peter 36 18 May 1872 Friedeburg New Zealand A 544
    Bundesen Christine 26 18 May 1872 Friedeburg New Zealand A 539
    Bundesen Peter P 33 18 May 1872 Friedeburg New Zealand A 539

    151. Bundesen, Hans Peter, age 36, from Lundtoft, Sleswig, Landmand

    Name: Hans Peter Bundesen
    Departure Date: 18 Mai 1872 (18 May 1872)
    Birth Date: abt 1836
    Age: 36
    Gender: männlich (Male)
    Residence: Lundtoft, Schleswig (Schleswig-Holstein)
    Occupation: Landmann
    Ship Name: Friedeburg
    Captain: Kopper
    Shipping line: Rob. M. Sloman
    Shipping Clerk: Louis Knorr & Co.
    Ship Type: Segelschiff
    Accommodation: ohne Angabe
    Ship Flag: Deutschland
    Port of Departure: Hamburg
    Port of Arrival: Neu Seeland
    Volume: 373-7 I, VIII A 1 Band 026 C

    (Hamburg, Deutschland; Hamburger Passagierlisten, Hamburg Passenger Lists, 1850-1934)
     
    • Hans Peter Bundesen emigrated to the South Island of New Zealand on the Friedeberg which left Hamburg 18 May 1872. Hans' brother Peter and his wife Christina was also on the Friedsburg which arrived at Lyttelton 30 Aug 1872.

      From the Friedeburg Passenger List
      Bundesen Hans Peter 36 18 May 1872 Friedeburg New Zealand A 544
      Bundesen Christine 26 18 May 1872 Friedeburg New Zealand A 539
      Bundesen Peter P 33 18 May 1872 Friedeburg New Zealand A 539
    Arrived NZ 31 Aug 1872  Press, Volume XX, Issue 2913, 2 September 1872 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    SHIPPING.
    PORT OF LYTTELTON.
    Arrived. August 31-Friedeberg. ship, 786 tons, E. Kopper. from Hambunr. Passengers-Messrs Peter Bundersen, Hans Bundersen, Christian Kaer, H. Lebush, J. Herrman, and 297 Government emigrants.
    (Press, Volume XX, Issue 2913, 2 September 1872, Page 2) 
    Personal 1 Jul 1873  Press, Volume XXI, Issue 2466 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    CHRISTCHURCH.
    Monday, June 30. [Before C. C. Bowen, Esq., R.M.] Drunk and Disorderly-Henry P. Bundersen, for being drunk and incapable of taking care of himself on Saturday last, on the Papanui road, was, on the evidence of Constable Walls, fined 10s.
    (Press, Volume XXI, Issue 2466, 1 July 1873, Page 3)
     
    Postal Directory 1878  Alymer St., Ross Find all individuals with events at this location 
    1878-1879
    New Zealand Towns Directory
    ROSS, Wd.
    20 miles from Hokitika
    Bunderson, Hans, Alymer St.
    Bunderson, Peter, Alymer St.
    Bunderson, Peter T., Alymer St.
    (Wise's New Zealand Post Office Directory, 1878-1879)

     
    Electoral Roll 1880 - 1881  Phillip street, Phillipstown, Christchurch Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Hans is listed as Harris Peter Bundersen

    New Zealand Electoral Roll 1880 -1881
    Stanmore Electoral Roll - Supplement No 1
    Provence- Canterbury
    No 1209. Bundersen, Harris Peter, residential, Phillip street, Phillipstown, carter. Discription and Situation of Property: Part rural section 300, Linwood
    Phillipstown is an small inner suburb of the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. It lies south-east of the city centre being bordered by Tuam Street to the north, Olliviers Road to the east, the Lyttelton rail line to the south, and Fitzgerald Avenue to the west.
     
    Residence 16 May 1882  Timaru, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Hans Peter Bundesen was a ratepayer in the Borough of Timaru on 16 May 1882

    TO HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR OF TIMARU.
    SIR,
    We, the undersigned, Ratepayers of the Borough of Timaru, respectfully request you to ask the Burgesses of Timaru to close their respective places of business for three hours, whilst the funeral of the late Captain Mills takes place, in order that as many as possible may attend it, as a mark of respect for past valuable services.
    M. Jonas, S. Shappere, W. Davidson, G. Small, M. de H. Daval, James Fullarton, Frank Butter, Geo. Pearson, P. W. Hutton, Ross, Sims and Co., Harry Friedlander, C. B. Eichbaum, Hallenstein Bros., W. E. Whitcombe, J. D. Slater, H. P. Bundesen, Perry and Perry, W. E. Smith, William Tosswill, B. A. Chisholm, P. Kippenberger. Edw. H. Tate, B. Morgan, B. Wallis, W. A. Hobbs, T. G. Cork, Joseph Cockroft, Walter S. Gillam, Cowan and Foster, R. F. Stewart.
    Transcribed from the "Timaru Herald, Volume XXXVI, Issue 2386, 16 May 1882, Page 4, New Zealand"
     
    Address 1888-1889  Postal Directory Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Postal Directory
    1888-1889
    Antigua Street intersects
    319. Bundesen, Hans Peter
    (New Zealand, City & Area Directories, 1866-1955)
     
    Electoral Roll 1890  Brightlings right - of - way, Christchurch Find all individuals with events at this location 
    New Zealand Electoral Roll 1890
    Christchurch
    6556. Bunderson, Hans Peter, residential, Brightlings right - of - way, carter
     
    Enquiry 1895  Christchurch, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    THE HOSPITAL INQUIRY
    THIS DAY.
    Dr Giles, the commissioner appointed to inquire into the administration of the Christchurch Hospital, resumed his sittings at the Provincial Council Chamber at 10.30 a.m. to-day.
    Hans Peter Bundersen, called by Mr Loughrey, deposed that he had been a patient in the hospital for three weeks in October last. The attention was very good, and the food was good.
    Transcribed from the " Star , Putanga 5287, 19 Pipiri 1895, Page 2, New Zealand"
     
    Electoral Roll 1896  Poulson Street, Addington, Christchurch, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    New Zealand Electoral Roll 1896
    Christchurch
    No 1907: Bundersen, Hans Peter, Poulson street, Addington, labourer, residential
    No 1908: Bundersen, Mary 110 South Belt, household duties, residential

    Addington is a major suburb of Christchurch, New Zealand. It is sited close to State Highway 73, Christchurch's ring road, 2.5 km south-west of the city centre.


     
    Postal Directory 1898  Antigua Street intersects, Christchurch Find all individuals with events at this location 
    New Zealand Towns Directory
    Christchurch
    Antigua Street intersects
    319 Bundesen, Hans Peter,
    Wise's New Zealand Post Office Directory, 1898-1899
     
    Electoral Roll 1900  Poulsen street, Sydenham, Christchurch Find all individuals with events at this location 
    New Zealand Electoral Roll 1900
    Christchurch
    No 1677: Bundersen, Hans Peter, Poulsen street, Sydenham, labourer, residential
    No 1678: Bundersen, Mary 110 South Belt, domestic duties, residential
     
    Electoral Roll 1900  Brightlings Right of way, Christchurch Find all individuals with events at this location 
    New Zealand Electoral Roll 1900
    Electoral District of Marsden
    General Roll of Persons entitled to vote for Members of the House of Representatives of New Zealand
    No 6556. Bunderson, Harris Peter, residential, Brightlings right of way, carter
     
    Naturalization 27 Feb 1900  Christchurch, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Name: Hans Peter Bundesen
    Birth Date: abt 1837
    Age: 63 Yrs:
    Birth Place: Denmark
    Former Nationality: Danish
    Occupation: Labourer
    Residence City: Christchurch: Naturalization Date: 27 Feb 1900
    File Number: 1900/482
    Certificate Register: 38
    Register Page Number: 11
    (New Zealand Naturalization Records 1843 - 1981)
     
    Electoral Roll 1905 - 1906  Jubliee Home, Woolston, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    New Zealand Electoral Roll 1905 - 1906
    Lyttleton Roll
    No 666: Bunderson, Hans Peter, Jubliee Home, Woolston, inmate
    No 667: Bunderson, Mary, Jubliee Home, Woolston, inmate
     
    Electoral Roll 1911 -1914  Jubliee Home, Woolston, Christchurch Find all individuals with events at this location 
    New Zealand Electoral Roll 1911
    Lyttleton Roll
    No 820: Bunderson , Hans Peter, Jubliee Home, Woolston, inmate
    (New Zealand Electoral Rolls)
    1914
    New Zealand Electoral Roll 1914
    Littleton Roll
    No 888: Bunderson, Hans Peter, Jubliee Home, Woolston, inmate
     
    Residence 1917  Tuarangi Old Men's Home, Ashburton near Christchurch Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Tuarangi Old Men's Home, Ashburton near Christchurch

    TUARANGI HOME
    A WELL-MANAGED INSTITUTION
    Yesterday afternoon a "Guardian" reporter paid a visit to the Tuarangi Old Men's Home. Mr Knight (or, rather, Sergeant Knight), the Master of the Home, conducted the visitor through the .building, and showed him the various wards, etc. The reporter was impressed with the cleanliness of the place, and the evidence of capable management; The three wards ?all of which ''accommodate a different. class of men, according to their infirmity?are well kept. Beds are placed down, each side of a ward, with about six feet or more between each bod, so that every man has plenty of room. Beside each bed there is a locker, in which its owner is allowed to keep what he likes. "I've got something to tell you about these lockers," said Mr Knight. "Some time ago they used to be nailed on to the walls, or placed on boxes or old chairs, and this made the ward look untidy. At that time there was an inmate who was a good carpenter, so, with the sanction of the North Canterbury Hospital Board, I got him to make a stand for every locker." The stands fill a dual capacity, as when the locker is placed on it there is also enough room for a man to, sit on. The inmates of two wards make their own beds, but in the other ward the men are more or less helpless, and their beds are made by one of the attendants. The kitchen was very neat and clean, and one old man was busy cutting bread with a. machine, for tea. On the range there was a big boiler full, of porridge, which is always cooked for five hours, to.insure it being easily digested. The hospital ward is kept scrupulouslyl clean and at present time the nurses: have plenty of work. The garden was then visited, and here a number of old men were seen enjoying the fresh air and sunlight. The garden i»s in .firstclass order.
    "I suppose you grow enough vegetables to supply the home?" asked the reporter. "Oh, yes," replied Mr Knight; "with the exception of potatoes, because the ground is too light to grow them in any quantities:."
    Speaking of the number of inmates in the Home, Mr Knight said that when he, took charge in 1911 there were only about 60 men there, but now the number had grown to 102, the maximum number that could be token in being. 108. Mr Knight paid a. tribute to.the good work, being done by the attendants and nurses.
    Much credit is also due to Mr and Mrs Knight, especially the latter, who has had charge of the Home from soon after the outbreak of the war.
    Mr Knight informed the reporter that more gramaphone records were wanted, as those he has are very old ones, and the men have heard them so often. At the present time, the gramaphone being used belongs to an Ashburton resident, who lent it to cheer the men up during Christmas and New Year.
    The visit to the Home provided quite a, revelation to the reporter, who was impressed with the peaceful and contented life led by the old men, many of whom, no doubt, hasve interesting histories.
    Transcribed from the " Ashburton Guardian, Rorahi XXXVIII, Putanga 9182, 31 Hakihea 1917, Page 3" (Papers Past)
     
    Died 16 Jul 1917  Ashburton, South Island, New Zealand. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • NZ death record: Code 2402.
      Hans Peter Bundesen was living in Tuarangi Old Men's Home in Ashburton

      First name(s) Hans Peter
      Last name Bundersen
      Birth date 1837
      Age at death 80
      Registration year 1917
      Registration number 1917/5876
      Record set New Zealand Death Index
      (Findmypast)
    Buried 17 Jul 1917  Ashburton Cemetery, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Record no. A092517
      Surname BUNDERSEN
      First Names HANS PETER
      Occupation LABOURER
      Type of Grave: SINGLE DEPTH
      Cemetery ASHBURTON CEMETERY A
      Age at Time of Death 80 years
      Date of Death 16/07/1917
      Date of Internment 17/07/1917
      Name of Purchaser FREE P
      Purchaser Address 1 TUARANGI HOME
      Purchaser Address: 2 ASHBURTON
      Denomination of Deceased: ANGLICAN
      Name of Clergy Person: REV WRIGHT
      Note: OCCUPIED
      (Ashburton District Council Cemeteries Search )

      Tuarangi Home was an old mens home
    Notes 
    • 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 8ft and 8ft (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 thafc 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 I3658  Hickey, List, Bundesen, Thomsen, Jensen, Jessen
    Last Modified 23 May 2020 

    Father Peter Petersen Bundesen,   b. 6 Apr 1794, Uge Parish, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 01 Apr 1851, Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 56 years) 
    Mother Botilla Marie Jessen,   b. 17 Jul 1805, Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish, Aabenraa County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Dec 1845, Lundtoft , Kliplev Parish, Aabenraa County, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 40 years) 
    Married 5 Aug 1823  Kliplev Kirke, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Peter was called Peter Petersen Andersen on his marriage record.

      Kliplev Kirkebog 1823: Opslag No. 216. Marriage No. 2.
      Kliplev kirkebog 1788 -1829: Opslag No. 216: Marriage No. 2
      Married 5 August 1823, Junggesell (Bachelor) Peter Petersen Andersen, des Bohlsmand (Farmer), Peter Andersen und des Kiesten geb. Jurgensen in Uck, ehel sohn (legitimate son)
      mit Botilla Mar. Jessen des Bohlsman Johann Jessen in Lundtoft und des Christina Maria geb. Paulsen eheliche Tochter (legitimate daughter), zufolge vorge?? Coniession J.J.. Kopenhagen d. 1 August 1823.
      In fidem, Hauritz.

      [Bohlsmann : farmer with a full-sized farm with the size of 1 Bohl (Bol, 20-50 hectare land]
      Junggeselle = Bachelor: ehelich =legitimate: geb. = geboren (born) maiden name: Tochter =Daughter
      [German Genealogy Word Dictionary]


    Family ID F1128  Group Sheet

    Family Mary Mullin,   b. Abt 1840, Sweden Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 May 1909, Jubliee Home, Christchurch, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 69 years) 
    Married 1880  New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Sources: NZ marriage record, Code 1993, Fiche 1 of 5.
      NZ marriage record, Code 1993, Fiche 3 of 5

      Name: Hans Peter Bundersen
      Marriage Year: 1880
      Marriage Place: New Zealand
      Folio Number: 1993n
      (New Zealand, Marriage Index, 1840-1950)

      Name: Hans Peter Bundersen
      Marriage Year: 1880
      Spouse: Mary Mullin
      Folio Number: 1993
      (New Zealand, Marriage Index, 1840-1950)

      Name: Mary Mullin
      Marriage Year: 1880
      Spouse: Hans Peter Bundersen
      Folio Number: 1993
      (New Zealand, Marriage Index, 1840-1934 )
    Last Modified 16 Sep 2014 
    Family ID F1514  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    Hans Peter Bundesen
    Hans Peter Bundesen
    Memorial
    Hans Peter Bundesen, 28 Apr 1836
    Hans Peter Bundesen, 28 Apr 1836
    Kliplev Kirkebog 1824- 1859; Opslag 78; Birth No 14
    Son of the Partsmanns Peter Petersen Bundesen and Botilla born Jessen Lundtofte
    Partsmann. Not a full scale farmer.

  • Sources 
    1. [S66] Mrs Laurina Collins.

    2. [S74] Arkivalieronline.dk .


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