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Bean, Lucy Caroline



The Ridley sisters came out to Canterbury on the Cashmere in 1855.The eldest sister, Sarah Ann, was a widow of 41, and her daughter, also named Sarah Ann Brunning, aged 22, came with her. The younger Ridley sisters, Lucy and Mary, were aged 30 and 26 respectively. All three sisters, and Sarah's daughter, married in New Zealand, twice in the elder Sarah's case.

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Ridley sisters papers

Identifier: Arch 0584
Scope and Contents Photocopied typescript and illustrations relating to the three Ridley sisters : Sarah Ann, Lucy Caroline, Mary Emma and their journey to New Zealand on the "Cashmere".The story of three sisters who came out to New Zealand in 1855 on the “Cashmere”: 1. Sarah Ann Brunning, 1814 – 1888 and daughter (also Sarah Ann) 2. Lucy Caroline Ridley, 1825 – 1899 3. Mary Emma Ridley, 1827 – 1899 Photocopied typescript, 34 leaves Photocopied photographs Photocopied...
Dates: 1991