Name Peteris CIZEVSKIS
Country Of Origin Latvia
Born 1914
Died 1964
Birth/Baptism Born 26 June 1914, Kaplava, Latvia
Parents unknown
Apprenticeship Most likely in Latvia
Skills Watchmaker
Work Locations Wynyard
Street Address
Goldie Street, Wynyard
Marriage/Spouse Tatyana Cizevskis
Arrival May 1948 on the Wooster Victory
Other Pre-1944: Watchmaker in Latvia until forced to evacuate during World War II.
Approx. 1944-1946: Storeman and farm worker, Germany.
Approx. 1946-1947: Watchmaker, Antwerp Displaced Persons Camp, Flensburg, Germany.

April 1949: Wife Tatyana and sons, Aivars and Maris, arrived in Australia on the General Stewart and joined Peteris in Tasmania.

August 1952: Matthews Jewellers, Goldie Street, Wynyard, advertised Peteris as their repairer with all work undertaken on the premises.

February 1960: Peteris won a Morris Minor 1000 Motor Car in a competition run by Ampol Service Stations.

1964: Recorded as a Tasmania Paper Mill Employee in his will.  

Death 17 May 1964, Wynyard

Burial: Old Wynyard Cemetery

TAHO: AD961/1/25 Will No. 11377 1964.
Web: National Archives of Australia, Series No. A11902, Migrant Selection Documents for Displaced Persons 1948; Name Index Cards, Migrants Registrations 1949.
Ancestry: Australia & New Zealand Find a Grave Index 1964, 1970.
Advocate 4 August 1952 [Zicizevskis], The Canberra Times 19 February 1960.