Jennet Finlay (say 1645 - )
Johann Pachelbel.
Robert Shiel (say 1665 - aft. 1729)
Walter Ledgerwood (say 1670 - )
Margaret Henderson (say 1670 - bet. 1695 - 1699)
William Richardson (cir. 1670 - bet. 1714 - 1726)
George Wilson (bef. 1679 - )
George Stevenson (say 1680 - )
Jean Oswall (W5a2b) (say 1680 - )
Georg Philipp Telemann.
James Wight (say 1685 - aft. 1743)
J S Bach.
Robert Cottar (bef. 1689 - bet. 1724 - 1725)
Katherin Calder (bef. 1689 - )
James Shiel (say 1690 - )
Margaret Houd (say 1690 - )
Robert Richardson (cir. 1694 - aft. 1736)
Elizabeth Wilson (say 1695 - aft. 1753)
William Familton (say 1695 - aft. 1753)
Agnes Ferguson (bef. 1698 - )
Robert McEwan (bef. 1698 - )
John Fisher (say 1700 - )
James Manson (cir. 1700 - aft. 1735)
Euphen Malcolm (say 1701 - aft. 1735)
Margaret Stevenson (cir. 1703 - )
John Fairbairn (m. Bessie fflint) (bef. 1705 - bet. 1741 - 1805)
1707: Union of England and Scotland.
John Runciman (cir. 1715 - aft. 1788)
James Wight (1716 - bet. 1721 - 1727)
Walter Richardson (cir. 1720 - aft. 1778)
Elizabeth Familton (cir. 1720 - 1788)
David Manson (1724 - aft. 1771)
William Taylor (say 1725 - aft. 1771)
Margaret Cottar (1725 - aft. 1760)
Donald Gray (cir. 1727 - aft. 1765)
Kathrin Morgan (say 1730 - aft. 1765)
Donald Georgeson (say 1730 - cir. 1793)
Franz Joseph Haydn.
Helen J. Miller (bef. 1735 - aft. 1771)
William Sinclair (say 1735 - aft. 1767)
Esther Miller (say 1735 - aft. 1766)
William Hall (cir. 1735 - 1817)
James Wight (say 1743 - 1791)
Jane Stevenson (cir. 1743 - 1825)
James McEwan (cir. 1745 - aft. 1788)
Culloden.
Margaret Runchaman (cir. 1746 - aft. 1784)
Robert Richardson (cir. 1747 - aft. 1791)
William Taylor (cir. 1749 - aft. 1799)
Janet Donaldson (say 1750 - bet. 1794 - 1855)
Peter Sinton (say 1750 - cir. 1811)
Isabella Finlayson (say 1751 - bef. 1860)
Margaret Fisher (1753 - )
Donald Gray (cir. 1754 - bet. 1800 - 1841)
Janet Sutherland (say 1755 - bet. 1800 - 1841)
James Wight (say 1755 - )
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Christan Georgeson (bet. 1756 - 1761 - bet. 1823 - 1841)
James Manson (1756 - bef. 1823)
Isabella Hall (say 1758 - 1816)
John Robinson (say 1760 - bef. 1863)
Archibald Fairbairn (say 1760 - bet. 1800 - 1841)
Alison Crosser (say 1760 - bet. 1800 - 1841)
George III.
Robert MacAdie (cir. 1760 - aft. 1826)
William Wight (1767 - 1847)
Margaret Sinclair (cir. 1768 - bef. 1841)
1769: Capt Cook rediscovers NZ.
Ludwig van Beethoven.
William Taylor (1772 - 1860)
Elizabeth Richardson (1773 - 1831)
Isobella McDonald (bef. 1775 - bet. 1806 - 1827)
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American War of Independence.
Archibald Henderson (say 1780 - 1826)
Margaret McEwan (W) (cir. 1782 - aft. 1828)
Jane Wight (cir. 1783 - 1858)
Peter Sinton (fr 1783 - 1788 - 1866)
John Bain (cir. 1784 - 1853)
Walter Fairbairn (cir. 1784 - 1859)
Catherine Gray (cir. 1785 - 1865)
Agnes Robinson (cir. 1786 - 1863)
Beginning of the French Revolution.
Ann Collins (say 1795 - bef. 1841)
Donald Manson (1796 - bet. 1841 - 1851)
Franz Schubert.
Isabella S. MacAdie (cir. 1800 - 1873)
Margaret Taylor (cir. 1802 - 1861)
Donald Bain (1806 - 1892)
Frédéric François Chopin.
James Henderson (1813 - 1892)
Battle of Waterloo.
Walter Wight (1816 - 1886)
John Davidson (cir. 1817 - 1900)
Amelia Millar (1817 - 1894)
Agnes Fairbairn (cir. 1818 - 1884)
Helen Sinton (cir. 1820 - 1883)
George IV.
Anton Bruckner.
Sinclair Manson (1828 - 1893)
William IV.
David son of Archibald and Alison (CROSSER) FAIRBAIRN arrives in Ontario.
John Bain (cir. 1832 - 1909)
Johannes Brahms.
Queen Victoria.
John, s/o Walter & Agnes (ROBINSON) FAIRBAIRN arr. New York.
Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky.
1840: Treaty of Waitangi signed.
William Henderson (1845 - 1931)
Helen S. Wight (1848 - 1941)
Adam Davidson (1851 - 1920)
Crimean War.
1855: Wellington earthquake.
Isabella Bain (1857 - 1915)
Mary JOHNSTON nee MILLER arrives in Otago, the 1st of the Henderson relations to do so (1C1R to James H via his mother Mgt McEWAN.)
NZ Land wars.
American Civil War.
David H. arrives in NZ, 1st of the immediate family to do so (could possibly be 2 yrs earlier.)
James & Elizabeth RICHARDSON arrive in Dunedin from Melbourne.
Elizabeth and Mary H. arrive in Dn on the "William Davie."
James H (son of James & Amelia), and his wfe Jane, arrive Dunedin on the "Schleswick Bride."
Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Wm H. arr. in Dunedin on the "William Davie."
Sergei Vassilievich Rachmaninof.
James, wife Amelia, and the rest of their children (apart from Archibald) arrive in Port Chalmers on the "Wild Deer" (Amelia, John, Janet, Isabella, Agnes.)
John BAIN & wife Sinclair MANSON arr. in Dunedin on the "Invercargill."
Maurice Ravel.
Robert ADDISON & wife Agnes BROOMFIELD (mother Mgt FAIRBAIRN) arr. Nelson on 'Michael Angelo."
Helen Sinton WIGHT, about to be wife of Wm H., arrives in Dunedin on the "Wellington."
Adam DAVIDSON is assumed to have arrived in Dunedin.
Robert & Mgt (nee HENDERSON) SMITH arr. Port Chalmers on the "Marlborough."
Béla Bartok.
Archibald Henderson (1883 - 1952)
Agnes M. Davidson (1885 - 1955)
2nd Boer War.
Francis Poulenc.
Edward VII.
Dmitri Shostakovich.
George V.
Jessie A. Andrews (1912 - 2005)
Leslie A. Henderson (1913 - 1995)
WWI.
1931: Hawkes Bay earthquake.
Arvo Pärt born.
George VI.
WWII.
Feb 2011: Christchurch earthquake.
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