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Albert Bernhard AMUNDSEN + Annie Mabel LAWRENCE - Owhango & Waikato

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Albert Bernard Amundsen (1874-1947)
Albert was born 1 May 1874 in Dannevirke to Borent (Bernt) AMUNDSEN (1841-1915) & Elen Marie CHRISTENSDATTER (1839-1901) Norway to Dannevirke
Albert married on 8 October 1893 in Dannevirke to:
Annie Mabel LAWRENCE (1873-1927)
Annie was born 13 March 1873 in London to James LAWRENCE & Mary HUTCHINS


the children of ALBERT & ANNIE

... 1
1894 - 1915 Ralph Moreton Amundsen
- born 9 March 1894 in Maharahara, 16km north of Woodville, Manawatu
- Ralph served in WWI as Private 10/878 with the Wellington Infantry Battalion, enlisting from Owhango and embarking from Wellington 16 Oct 1914. His next of kin was his father Albert at Owhango, 20km south of Taumarunui, King Country. Ralph was Killed in Action 8 May 1915 at Daisy Patch, Gallipoli aged 21 (database has 19). He is at 20. 1. 1. Twelve Tree Copse Memorial


... 2
1896 -1965 Harold Oscar 'Mick' Amundsen
- born 2 February 1896 in Maharahara
- Harold was in the 26th Reinforcements Ballot of January 1917 as a Bushman of Owhango. He served in WWI as Rifleman 47956 with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 26 Reinforcements H Company, embarking from Wellington 26 April 1917. His next of kin was his father Albert at Owhango
- Harold married Fanny Constance WILLIAMS (1892-1970) in 1920
- daughter of Robert & Mary Ann Williams
HAROLD died 19 June 1965 aged 69
- he is buried Location: RSA-03-124 at Hamilton Park cemetery
FANNY CONSTANCE died 8 September 1970 aged 78
- she is buried Location: MAGN-20-55 at Hamilton Park cemetery


... 3
1898 - ? Arnold James 'Jim' Amundsen
- Arnold served in WWI as Private 78488 with the NZEF, 39th Reinforcements B Company, embarking from Wellington 13 June 1918. His next of kin was his mother Annie at Owhango
22 August 1923 EVENING POST - WELLINGTON MAGISTRATE'S COURT
... Arnold James Amundsen was sentenced to imprisonment for two months for stealing a suitcase and contents from Thomas Townsend. The police described the offence as a very mean one, as the complainant had assisted the accused from Australia
19 February 1929 BRISBANE COURIER - UTTERING FALSE DOCUMENT
... Ralph Carlson (first name of his brother, surname of his brother-in-law) was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment with hard labour on each of two charges of uttering a false documert. Sentences to be concurrent. Defendants real name was Arnold James Amundsen said Mr O'Rourke stating the case for tne Crown. He was a New Zealander by birth and 31 years of age. He was staying at the same residential as A. E. Beschamp whose Commonwealth Savings Bank book he got out of his coat. The complainant had 310 in the bank when Carlson started operating on it for him. He had presented only two indictments, one for a 90 withdrawal and one for 80, said Mr O'Rourke, and he did not see any purpose in presenting others. Defendant had managed to get about 260 in all by means of forged withdrawal forms. Defendant had made a written confession. His Honour "There is no chance of making restitution". The defendant blamed it all to gambling
29 May 1931 BRISBANE COURIER - THREE MEN PLEAD GUILTY
... "Judging from the amount of liquor you took away, you had regard for your future requirements," commented Mr W. E. H. Ferguson P.M. when, in the Police Court, Albert Edward Metcalf (32), plumber, Arnold James Amundsen (32) retreader, and Allan John Innes (20), labourer, pleaded guilty to stealing on March 16, at the Exhibition grounds, a quantity of liquor, cigars, and cigarettes, of a total value of 14 7/6, the property of the Brisbane Rugby Football League. The defendant Amundsen was fined 2, and ordered to make restitution of 5/10/, in default two months' gaol.
3 July 1931 MORNING BULLETIN (Rockhampton, Queensland)
- STEALING A PONTIAC
... In the Police Court yesterday before the Police Magistrate (Mr. O. E. Power), Arnold James Amundsen (32) a native of New Zealand, was charged with stealing a Pontiac motor car, the property of the Valley Drive Yourself Service Limited, Brisbane, between June 17th and July 1st. Formal evidence of arrest was given by Plain Clothes Constable Jenks. On the application of Senior Sergeant Clare, who prosecuted, a remand was granted until to-day.
FALSE PRETENCES A Bogus Cheque "INTENDED TO MAKE GOOD"
... When Arnold James Amundsen appeared in the Police Court yesterday, on remand on a charge of stealing a Pontiac motor car, the property of Drive Yourself Services Ltd., Brisbane, a further charge was preferred against him to which he pleaded guilty. It was that on June 20th, at Calliope, by falsely pretending to J. F. Mylne that a cheque for 5, drawn on the Federal Deposit Bank and signed by Amundsen, was good and valid, he obtained from Mylne benzine and biscuits valued at 1 5s 6d, and money amounting to 3 14s.
On this charge, Amundsen said he had nothing to say, but later asked that he be dealt with summarily.
Senior-sergeant Clare stated that on the morning of June 20th, Amundsen drove up to Mylne's store in a motor car and purchased benzine and biscuits. Amundsen tendered a cheque in payment and when told by Mylne that it was not his practice to cash cheques for strangers Amundsen produced what purported to be recommendations from people in Brisbane. On these recommendations Mylne cashed thc cheque and gave Amundsen 3 14s change. He asked Mylne not to present the cheque until the following Wednesday. When presented it was returned from the bank marked "No account." Amundsen had two previous convictions. In Brisbane, on February 11th 1929, he was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment on each of two charges, uttering a false document, and forgery. The sentences were concurrent.
Amundsen told Mr. O. E. Power (P.M.) that he had intended to make the cheque good. He had brought four men from Brisbane and they were to pay him, but he broke a spring in Rockhampton and his passengers left him and went on to Mackay.
... Arnold James Amundsen, remanded for sentence on a charge of having obtained 3 14s in cash and 1 5s 6d in goods from F. G. Mylne, Calliope, by falsely pretending that a cheque drawn on the Federal Deposit Bank, Brisbane, was good and valid, pleaded guilty to five fresh charges in the Police Court yesterday.
The charges against Amundsen were:
(1) Between June 17th and July 1st, at Brisbane, he stole a Pontiac car, tho property of Drive Yourself Service;
(2) on June 17th, by falsely pretending to James Graham, Lake's Creek, that a cheque drawn on the Commercial Bank of Australia, signed "E. C. Carlson," was good and valid, he obtained 1 4s;
(3) between March 12th and June 18th, at Brisbane, he stole four motor tyres and tubes, one tyre pulling machine, and one scribing machine, valued at 17 6s 8d, the property of David Carter;
(4, on June 19th, at South Kolan, by falsely pretending to John Black that a chegue drawn on the Federal Deposit Bank was good and valid he obtained 1 9s 5d in cash and goods to the value of 1 10s 7d
(5) between May 19th and June 13th, at Brisbane, he stole a quantity of tools valued at 15, the property of A. E. Metcalf. Senior-sergeant Clare, who prosecuted, stated that the stolen motor car had been recovered, but the other stolen property had not. Mr. O. E. Power adjourned the matter until yesterday afternoon. He then fined Amundsen 5, in de fault three months' imprisonment on the Calliope charge; 10, or six months imprisonment on the motor car stealing charge; 5, or three months imprisonment for the valueless cheque given to T. Graham; 5, or three months imprisonment for the theft of the motor tyres and accessories; 3, or three months' imprisonment for the imposition on J. Black; and 5, or three months imprisonment for the theft of tools. The sentences were concurrent.


... 4
1900 - ? Myra Ellen Amundsen
- Myra married Carl Oscar CARLSON (1891-1925) in 1919
- 2nd of at least 11 children of Thomas CARLSON & Eliza SMITH who married in 1889 and lived on Great Barrier Island
- she married Oswald Arthur HALL (1896-1955) in 1926
- she married Norman WHITE


... 5
1902 - ? Caulleen/Colleen Alice Amundsen
- Colleen married Hector Goodfellow HUME (1901-1978) in 1922
- son of John & Jessie Taylor HUME
- Hector was in Cambridge, Waikato at some stage
HECTOR died 3 April 1978 aged 76 and buried in Tauranga


... 6
1904 - 1972 Albert Bernhard 'Bert' Amundsen
- born 27 Oct 1904, a twin with Frank
- Albert married Ethel Daisy GRAY (1904-1976) in 1930
ALBERT died 29 April 1972 in Hamilton aged 67
ETHEL DAISY died 23 June 1976 aged 73
- their last address was 32 Hinau street, Hamilton
- their ashes at Location: GARDN-SUNKN-0000 at Hamilton Park cemetery


... 7
1904 - 1977 Frank Hector Amundsen
- born 27 October 1904, a twin with Albert
- Frank married Elizabeth Hauriri LAWRENCE (1908-1994)
- he married Anne ?
- he was the Borough Foreman at Te Awamutu
FRANK died 20 October 1977 in Te Awamutu aged 1 week from 73
- he is buried Plot 1440, Lawn at Te Awamutu
ELIZABETH died 5 November 1994 in Rotorua aged 86 & her ashes returned


... 8
1906 - 1982 Irene Mabel Amundsen
- born 7 February 1906 in Utiku, Rangitikei
- Irene married John Thomas McFARLANE (1903-1979) in 1925
JOHN THOMAS died 2 July 1979 aged 76 in Hamilton
- he is buried Location: BEECH-34-20 at Hamilton Park cemetery
IRENE MABEL died 3 March 1982 in Hamilton aged 76
- she is buried Location: BEECH-34-21 at Hamilton Park cemetery


... 9
1908 - 1968 Eric Basil Amundsen
- born 1 December 1907 in Woodville
- Eric married Flora Urquhart McKENZIE (1914-2006)
ERIC died 9 December 1968 in Auckland aged 61
- his ashes were scattered from Purewa
FLORA died 6 November 2006 in Auckland aged 92
- her ashes were returned from Purewa


... 10
1910 - 1983 Mervyn Amundsen
- born 21 January 1910
- Mervyn married Gladys June MAGNALL (1924-2006)
MERVYN died 23 July 1983 in Tirau aged 73
- his ashes Location: RSA-UNSPE-0 at Hamilton Park cemetery
GLADYS JUNE died 1 Sep 2006 aged 82 St Joans Hospital, Peachgorve Rd., Hamilton
- her ashes were returned


... 11
1911 - 1986 Kathleen Ada Amundsen
- born 5 October 1911
- Kathleen married Arthur MORAN/MORGAN?
KATHLEEN died 15 May 1986 aged 74


... 12
1914 - 1914 Ernest Amundsen
- born 12 October 1914
ERNEST died as an infant


... 13
1915 - 1970 Laurie Howard Amundsen
- born 12 December 1915
- Laurie married Cecelia Beatrice ROBERTS
- he married Edna Boyce HICKTON (1922-1986)
LAURIE HOWARD died 23 April 1970 aged 53
- he was cremated in the Rotorua District (Taupo?)
- the Funeral Director was H. H. Brinston of Taupo
EDNA died 22 July 1986 in Taupo aged 64. Her ashes are buried in Taupo



Annie Mabel Amundsen died 9 June 1927 aged 54 in Matamata
Albert Bernhard Amundsen died 7 July 1947 aged 73 in Hamilton
- he is buried Location: FRONT-L-52 at Hamilton East cemetery


PHOTO
Private 10/878, Ralph Moreton Amundsen

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