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The sequence indicates strong affection between the cousins at home and abroad and conveys the satisfaction of the Strongs who remained in Ireland. , D/965/1. It is incorrectly indexed as being to his brotherin-law William McCance. 138 Otago Witness, 19 July 1916, p. 27. , D239/166. , D/963/3. , D/965/2. 142 Joyce Elaine Strong (compiler), History of the Stronge family (1972), privately circulated. 143 Photocopies of the Strong letters were kindly provided by Ginny Dow, Nelson. 47 IRISH MIGRANTS IN NEW ZEALAND, 1840–1937 In November 1902, almost two decades after Daniel’s departure in 1883, he married 31-year-old Mary Mulkere at the Catholic church in Onehunga, Auckland.
Only six children were then living. Winifred McClennan (née Furlong) Winifred McClennan was born on 17 August 1864 at Kilflyn, County Kerry, the eldest child of Martin Furlong and Ellen Behan. An officer in the Royal Irish Constabulary, Martin Furlong resigned in June 1865 and the following month departed for New Zealand with his wife, leaving Winifred in the care of her aunt, Mary Shanahan. Fifteen years later, on 7 July 1880, 17-year-old Winifred emigrated on the Wanganui bound for Auckland. In 1885 she married Australian-born publican James McClennan.
She was pregnant at the time and delivered a son just weeks after her arrival in Auckland. Her condition was allegedly the spur for her departure, though her reason for selecting New Zealand is unknown. Agnes became a live-in housekeeper for Kilkenny-born Michael Augustus Lambert, his wife, and their children. In October 1862, following the death of Michael’s wife, he and Agnes married. Together they raised his seven children, Agnes’s son, and their own six children, before Michael’s death in 1881.
Barack Obama by Grace Hansen