George arrived on the "Thomas Harrison" on 25th Oct 1842. He kept a store at Bush End, Tadmor.
George was a farmer up the Sherry for some years. In "Freeholders of NZ 1882" he farmed 224 acres valued at 380 pounds. Had 11 kids. Marriage registered in Wakefield Registry Office.
NZPO Dir. has Geo. W. Upper Moutere.
Death cert. no. 983.
Freeholders of NZ 1882 George William KINZETT, farmer, Sherry
Waimea Co 224 acres £380 Total value to the Colony £380
Electoral roll: 1882-84 George William KINZETT, residential, Sherry, farmer (Motueka)
1883 Kinzett Brothers, flaxdressers, Wakefield, Nelson
1885 Kinzett Brothers, flaxmills, Wakefield
1900 George and William, farmers, Tadmor
Newspaper marriage notice: On 1st July 1 870 at the residence of Mr. Thomas Kinzett, 88 Valley, by W. M. Biss, Mr. G. W, Kinzett to Miss Jane Ellis. Death cert. George William Kinzett, farmer, cause of death degeneration of brain. (This was caused by brain damage from an accident up the Sherry when bush felling). Surviving offspring 5 males 27, 26, 16, 15, 5. 6 females 24, 22, 20, 13, 11, 9. Buried Waimea South Cem. b. Victoria. Death cert. no. 983.
1911 Jane KINZETT, Waimea Rd, widow (Nelson)
1911 a Jane KINZETT, married (Wellington Central)
1906 Mrs Jane KINZETT, Hastings St, Napier