||02 May 1841
||Basta, Yell, SHETLAND
||Hoseason of Aywick
||23 Apr 2008 13:35:22 |
||Charles ANDERSON, b. 14 Apr 1800, Basta, Yell, SHETLAND |
||Margaret MOAR, b. 1804, Gardie, Mid Yell, SHETLAND |
||Agnes GOLDIE, b. 1848, SINGAPORE |
||18 Apr 1874
||Nelson, NEW ZEALAND 
- Daniel Anderson emigrated to New Zealand around 1865, and worked in the mines. He bought a block of land on the banks of the Inangahua River, which he cleared and established a dairy farm, known as 'Glenburnie'. The land in Anderson's Road is now the Reefton Golf Course. Daniel was a strict Methodist and earned the nickname, 'Holy Dan', but was well respected by the community. He suffered badly from arthritis, and used to travel on horseback to Maruia Springs to 'take the waters'.
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