This richly illustrated 90+ page book records the lives of the second generation of Findlay’s in NZ. As such is no. 3 in the proposed series of five. 4. about Matthew Robert Findlay 1888-1974 and 5. William “Bill” Mathew Findlay 1908-1992 ( 1 was about William Findlay 1800-1862 2. Robert and Jessie Walker Findlay who came to Dunedin, Otago in 1863.
There were nine children plus Jessie’s niece Elizabeth Fyffe who lived as one of the family.
Where they lived, were educated, their occupations, where they worked, whom they married and where some migrated to throughout NZ . From Northland the East Coast & Hawke Bay to Taranaki.
Including their final resting place.
After searching for many years a connection was made with descendants of “Aunt” Eliza in Whangarei and Taranaki. This enabled the book to record all of family of Robert and Jessie.
Places in Dunedin feature and there is a very useful index which enables searches by name, place, schools, churches, cemeteries and occupation.
A must have for descendants who want to know more of their branch of the family and relationship to relatives.