Olive Mary Sandlant

Female7 September 1900–October 1986

Brief Life History of Olive Mary

When Olive Mary Sandlant was born on 7 September 1900, in New Zealand, her father, Harry Sandlant, was 26 and her mother, Laura Cecilia Sherlock, was 22. She married Charles William Ernest Sharp Curtis Igglesden in 1924, in New Zealand. She died in October 1986, in Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, at the age of 86.

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Charles William Ernest Sharp Curtis Igglesden
Olive Mary Sandlant
Marriage: 1924

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    1924New Zealand
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    World Events (8)


    Age 7

    The country becomes a dominion, or self-governing community, within the British empire.

    1907 · Dominion of New Zealand

    Age 7

    The Dominion of New Zealand was brought about when New Zealand proclaimed itself a political independent government inside the British Empire. The Dominion of New Zealand allowed the British Government to shape its foreign policy, and it followed Britain into the First World War. Full independence was granted in 1931 and adopted by the New Zealand Parliament in 1947. 

    1923 · New Zealand's Claim to Antartica

    Age 23

    The Ross Dependency is a New Zealand dependency located on the Antarctician Continent. It is the only settlement on the Antartica that is claimed by a sovereign nation. New Zealand still owns claim even after the Antarctic Treaty that was signed in 1959 by 11 other nations. 

    Name Meaning

    English (Warwickshire and Staffordshire): habitational name from any of numerous minor places called with Middle English sand ‘sand’ + land ‘land’, such as Sandlands in Barsby (Leicestershire), or from one or more unidentified places in England described as or named ‘sandy land’.

    Norwegian: habitational name from any of several farms named with sand ‘sand’ + land ‘(piece of) land, farmstead’, denoting a farm on a sandy plain.

    Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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