Fourth Generation

CARTER's Family History via New Zealand

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  Carter Family Photo abt. 1942 The Carter family about 1942
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  (8)  Robert CARTER
Born 23 May 1885 in Maryborough, Australia. Robert married Eva May MacVICAR 13 July 1910 in Onehunga, New Zealand. He died 6 September 1948 at 50 Princes Street, Onehunga and was buried 8 September 1948 at Waikaraka Cemetery, Onehunga. Robert was a Plumber. [Parents]
  (9)  Eva May MacVICAR
Born 12 July 1889 in Onehunga, New Zealand and baptised 11 August 1889 at St. Peters Church, Onehunga. She died 15 November 1977 at 28 Orakau Avenue, Epsom, Auckland, and was buried 18 November 1977 at Waikaraka Cemetery, Onehunga. [Parents]




Waikaraka Cemetery, Onehunga: Robert & Eva May Carter, also Robert & Marion (Children).
Grave of Robert & Eva May CARTER, also Robert & Marion

(10)  Robert Fergusson STRONG
Robert was born 5 February 1889 at 68 Lucons Road, South Hornsey, England. He married Eva Gladys STEVENS 30 January 1923 in Nice, France. At the time they lived at Villa Milena, St. Jean Cap Ferrat, France. During the 1st World War Robert served in the Seaforth Highlanders Regiment, 1st Battalion. He fought in France and Flanders, at the Battles of La Bassee, the First Battle of Messines, Armentieres and the Battle of Loos. On 14 October 1915 he was listed as wounded on the Casualty List, entitling him to wear a "Wound Stripe". Robert and Eva emigrated to New Zealand in 1924, disembarking "RMS Remuera" at Wellington. Robert was awarded the Royal Victorian Medal (Silver) for services to the Duke (who in 1936 became King George VI) and Duchess of York during their Royal Tour to New Zealand 1927 - Robert was Head Waiter on the Royal Train. Robert died 28 September 1967 at 12 Valley Road, Mt Eden, New Zealand. [Parents]
  (11)  Eva Gladys STEVENS
Born 24 December 1901 at 1 Princess Road, Croydon, England. She died 27 July 1992 at Horowhenua Hospital, New Zealand. (I.O.O.F Lodge No. 204201). [Parents]

[RMS Remuera]

[Robert Fergusson Strong's Diary]

[Julianne's Interview: Eva G. Strong]

[Julianne's Interview: The Sisters]


[Royal Victorian Medal]


The Stevens Family
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  (12)  Heinrich Emil Julius (Karl-Heinz) PETERS
Born 5 February 1906 in Hamburg, Germany, and baptised 8 July 1906 at the Gro▀flottbek Church, Hamburg. Karl-Heinz married Helene LÜDEMANN 4 Mar 1933 in Riga, Latvia. They lived at Schńferkamp 3, Hamburg-Blankenese (June 1940) and S÷bendieken 3, Hamburg-Nienstedten (1942). He died 26 Sep 1942 in Ignatenki, Smolensk, Russia (Gefallen). [Parents]
  Heinrich Peters   Click on photo to see the reverse inscription
Iron Cross E.K.II Second World War   Iron Cross E.K.II Second World War
(13)  Helene (Lenchen) LÜDEMANN
Born 16 September 1908 in Gro▀flottbek, Hamburg, Germany. She died 8 October 1981 in Hamburg-Pinneberg. Helene was buried 12 October 1981 in Hamburg-Pinneberg. [Parents]


[Wehrpass - download 8,660 KB]

[War Diary 1942 - download 25,867 KB]

[Reisepass Helene Luedemann - download 6,828 KB]

  (14)  Dr. Johannes (Hanns) BEHRENDS
Born 25 January 1896 in Geestemunde, Bremerhaven, Germany. Hanns married Gertrud JÄGER 21 October 1928 in Bremerhafen. He died 26 August 1965 and was buried at Westerland-Sylt, Germany. Hanns was a Lawyer. [Parents]
Hanns Behrends - Notar
  (15)  Gertrud Ida Helene JÄGER
Born 8 December 1908 in Lehe, Bremerhafen, Germany. She died 3 May 1987 and was buried at Westerland-Sylt, Germany. [Parents]


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