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Rangitikei, New Zealand, Rangitikei, Rangitikei County, Rangitikei County (. James G. Wilson (1849-1929), James Glenny Wilson Sir (1849-1929).
by Wilson, James Glenny, Sir, 1849-1929. Topics Maori (New Zealand people) - History, Land tenure - New Zealand, Rangitikei River Region (. Publisher Christchurch : Whitcombe & Tombs. Collection cdl; americana.
James Glenny Wilson was born at Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland, probably on 29 November 1849. His father, George Wilson, was a woollen manufacturer, and his mother, Jane Law, the daughter of a minister in the Church of Scotland. James, the youngest of four sons, was educated at the local parish school until age 11. He then went to Bruce Castle School, Tottenham, London. At the age of 15 his father sent him to the Edinburgh Institution to learn more practical business skills. During this time he also studied physics and attended some arts classes at the University of Edinburgh
politician Member of the New Zealand House of Representatives. November 29, 1849 (age 79). He emigrated to Victoria in 1870 and worked on a sheep run. She was born in 1848 at Greenvale, Victoria. He went to New Zealand in January 1873 and purchased a large block of rough land in an area between what is now Bulls and Sanson in the Rangitikei district. Wilson represented Foxton in the 8th, 9th & 10th Parliaments (1881–1890), then Palmerston North in the 11th Parliament (1890–1893), and then Otaki in the 12th Parliament (1893–1896), after which retired. The 1881 election in the.
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Sir James Glenny Wilson (probably on 29 November 1849 – 3 May 1929) was a New Zealand politician and farmer. Originally from Hawick, Roxburghshire in Scotland, Wilson was educated at Bruce Castle School, in London, and then at the Edinburgh Institution. He met his future wife, Annie Adams, at the Melbourne Club. She was born in 1848 at Greenvale, Victoria