SearchCurrently displaying: 6 resultsYou've searched for:subject: "Emigration" x Search term Filter by Collection Kent Collection (1)Silvia Purdie New Zealand Collection (4)University of Otago Collection (1)Filter by Subject Methodist Chapel (1)Religion (1)Turvey Families (4)Turvey People (3)Filter by Decade 1730s (1)1740s (2)1750s (2)1760s (2)1770s (2)1780s (2)1790s (2)1800s (2)1810s (3)1820s (3)1830s (3)1840s (5)1850s (5)1860s (4)1870s (4)1880s (4)1890s (3)1900s (3)1910s (3)1920s (2)1930s (2)1940s (2)1950s (2)1960s (2)1970s (2)1980s (2)1990s (1)2000s (1)2010s (1)Filter by Format Document (3)Family Tree (1)Photograph (1)Picture (1) Sort by: RelevanceTitleOldestNewest THS/SPD/003Early History of the Ayres Family The history commences with the marriage of William Ayres to Juliana Harris in 1748 at Wymington, Bedfordshire and concludes with the death of Richard Ayres in Turvey in 1840. THS/SPD/005Ayres Story An overview of the Ayers family written by Silvia Purdie whilst on a visit to Turvey in May 2017. Starting in 1818 when Thomas Ayres was born in Turvey, the story covers the emigration, settlement and growth of the family in Woodend. THS/SPD/006Samual & Sarah Ann Ayres Family Photograph A photograph of the Samuel and Sarah Ann Ayres with their children. THS/OTG/001Immigrants Arriving at Port Lyttelton. The image of a painting by William Fox of “Port Lyttleton. Immigrants luggage disembarking. Accession number 12,775 held in the Hocken Collection at the University of Otago. THS/EVK/001/001Turvey Family in New Zealand An account of Turvey born Jane Davisons emigration to New Zealand with her husband Thomas Parr and their creation of a family orchard business. This article appeared in Edition 49 of Turvey News dated Winter 1991. THS/SPD/004Ayres Family Tree The family tree of the Ayres commencing with the progenerator William Ayres who died in 1753. The following is the list of surnames that appear in the tree: Carr, Clark, Covington, Denson, Doak, Duff, Eaton, Ellis, Gibbs, Harris, Judson, Killingworth, Loader, Smyth, Stanton, Stogg, Taylor, Treblico, Wakeling, Wilcox, Williamott.