Martin John Baigent

15 March 1870–18 March 1954 (Age 84)
New Zealand

The Life of Martin John

When Martin John Baigent was born on 15 March 1870, in New Zealand, his father, Arthur Baigent, was 32 and his mother, Ann Price, was 29. He married Ethel Ada Franklyn on 16 June 1899, in Wakefield, Nelson, Nelson, New Zealand. He died on 18 March 1954, in Nelson, New Zealand, at the age of 84.

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Family Time Line

Martin John Baigent
1870–1954
Ethel Ada Franklyn
1878–
Marriage: 16 June 1899

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
16 June 1899
Wakefield, Nelson, Nelson, New Zealand

Parents and Siblings

    Arthur Baigent

    Male1837–1895Male

    Ann Price

    Female1840–1887Female

siblings

(10)

    Male1858–1956Male

    George William Baigent

    Male1864–1921Male

    Francis Henry Baigent

    Male1866–1925Male

    Walter James Baigent

    Male1868–1937Male

    Male1870–1954Male

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World Events (7)

1887 · New Zealands's First National Park

Age 17

Tongariro National Park was the sixth national park established in the world and the first in New Zealand. In the center of the park there lies three active volcanic mountains (Ruapehu, Ngauruhoe, and Tongariro). it is home to the famed Tongariro Alpine Crossing day hike and has been recognized as a World Heritage Site for all its natural values.
1893

Age 23

New Zealand becomes world's first country to give women the vote.
1896 · National Council of Women

Age 26

The National Council of Women of New Zealand was created as an organization after women won the right to vote. Today works to help achieve gender equality in New Zealand and in 2017 introduced Gender Equal NZ, which is fighting for Zealanders to have the freedom and opportunity to determine their own future no matter which gender they are.

Name Meaning

Norman, English, French, Flemish: (i) possibly, like Bowgen and Budgen , a variant of Beauchamp . Old French Beau- often appears as Be- and Bay- in English surnames. The -ch- has been voiced and an excrescent -t has been added. (ii) nickname, perhaps the French name Beaujean, Flemish Beaujan(t), Bejean, from Old French bel Jehan ‘handsome John’, + excrescent -t. It could have been introduced to England in the 15th or 16th century by Flemish migrants.

Dictionary of Family Names in Britain and Ireland © University of the West of England 2016

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Sources (2)

  • Martin John Baigent, "New Zealand, Civil Records Indexes, 1800-1966"
  • Legacy NFS Source: Martin John Baigent - Government record: Death record or certificate: death: 1954;

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