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Grady - jewelers/watchmakers, Willis Street, Wellington, 1880-1922

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Grady - jewelers/watchmakers, Willis Street, Wellington, 1880-1922

Cliff Jones (View posts)
Posted: 26 Oct 2005 2:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am seeking information about a family, surname Grady, believed to have immigated to Wellington, New Zealand about 1880 from Aston, Birmingham. It is believed a Francis Frederick Grady ran a jewelery bussiness in Willis Street, Wellington, from about 1880 to 1922. A son Francis Frederick Grady born 1870 specialsed in engraving silver products, and a younger son believed to be Henry Shaw Grady specialized in watch making.
It is aid that the son married an "Ethyl" who was an artist that did several paintings of St Paul's in Wellington. Has anyone any knowledge of Ethyl or her paintings? Has anyoneany knowledge of what happened to Henry Shaw Grady after 1922 when we lost track of his activities? Did he ever marry? How would one go about seeking information on his death or marriage? I am used to genealogicsl research in the UK where there is the advantage now of many census returns from 1841 to 1901.
Regards
Cliff Jones
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Cliff Jones 26 Oct 2005 8:57PM GMT 
Lindsay Campbell 27 Oct 2005 8:13AM GMT 
clifftop 27 Oct 2005 7:07PM GMT 
Lindsay Campbell 1 Nov 2005 7:39AM GMT 
Lindsay Campbell 7 Jan 2006 3:51AM GMT 
Cliff Jones 8 Jan 2006 9:04AM GMT 
Lindsay Campbell 9 Jan 2006 4:30AM GMT 
meltonkin 27 Apr 2010 9:13AM GMT 
argyll167 29 Apr 2010 7:55AM GMT 
meltonkin 1 May 2010 1:32AM GMT 
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