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ALLELY marriages New Zealand

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Allely GROOMS 1892 - 1938
Brian Andrews Allely (1897-1977)
* married Muriel Ethel Atkinson (1898-1986) in 1921
daughter of John Frederick Atkinson & Annie Phoebe Rowe
their children
1923 - Brian Holland Allely
1925 - David Atkinson Allely
Garth Rowe Allely
Margaret Andrews Allely

Francis Nelson 'Pat' Allely (1900-1968)
* married Kathleen Mary Clout (1903-1983) in 1930
their children, Bay of Plenty
1932 - 1936 Audrey Frances Allely

Hector McDonald Allely (1903-1970)
* married Annie Alfreda Rewa Stewart (1909-1994) in 1927
daughter of Samuel Stewart & Rachel Matson Rutherford

Joseph Calvert Allely (1895-1983)
* married Lucy Helena Copsey (1898-1960) in 1923

Robert Joseph Allely (1867-1958)
son of Thomas Allely & Sarah Calvert
* married Mary 'Mamie' Blundell (1871-1948) in 1892
their children
1895 - Joseph Calvert Allely
1897 - Brian Andrews Allely
1899 - Ethel Sara 'Pinkie' Allely
1905 - Elspeth Mary Blundell 'Molly' Allely
1910 - Margaret Josephine Allely
NZ Herald, 16 Nov 1942 GOLDEN WEDDING. ALLELY-BLUNDELL - On November 16 1893, at Tauranga, by the Rev G. T. Marshall, Robert Joseph, second son of the late Mr and Mrs Thos. Allely, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Arthur Blundell. Present address: 68 St Michael's Avenue, Point Chevalier

Samuel Dawson Allely (1877-1958)
* married Ethel Violet Buscomb (1887-1972) in 1905
their known children
1907 - Edward Dawson Allely
1910 - Violet Ruth Allely
1912 - Thomas Richard Raymond Allely
1920 - 1971 Robert Dartrey Allely

Thomas Calvert Allely (1866-1958)
* married Adah Eliza Blundell (1877-1962) in 1895
NZ Herald, 27 Oct 1945 GOLDEN WEDDING. ALLELY-BLUNDELL - On October 30 1895, at the Methodist Church, Tauranga, by the Rev Arthur Ashcroft, Adah Eliza, second daughter of the late Arthur and Sarah Blundell, to Thomas Calvert, eldest son of the late Thomas and Sarah Allely. "Grow old along with me, The best is yet to be." Present address: Wissett, 98 Queen Street, Northcote, Auckland
* Thomas & Adah are buried at Waikumete

William Henry George 'Willie' Allely (1871-1957)
* married Kate Robinson (1871-1933) in 1894
Bay of Plenty Times, 19 March 1894 ALLELY-ROBINSON - On March 17th, at the Presbyterian Church, by the Rev Thos, Scott, M.A., Willie Allely, third son of Thos, Allely, Esq., Taurangan, to Kate Robinson, eldest daughter of E. I. Robinson, of Tauranga
their known children
1896 - 1896 Eileen Verta Allely (3 weeks)
1900 - 1968 Francis Nelson Allely
1902 - 1970 Hector McDonald Allely
16 Oct 1933 Mrs WILLIAM ALLELY, died at Tauranga. She was born at Thames 62 years agom being the eldest daughter of the late Mr Ebenezer Robinson. At the age of seven she went with her parents to Tauranga, where she was an active worker in St Peter's Presbyterian Church and for some years a teacher in the Sunday school. She leaves her husband and two sons
* William next married Barbara Milton Kerr (1900-1989) in 1938

Allely BRIDES 1892 - 1934
Eliza Ann Allely (1866-1926)
* married Richard Seymour Galbraith (1867-1936) in 1892
born Loughrea, County Galway to James Galbraith (1822-) & Lavinia Frances Galbraith (1831-1889) whose fathers were siblings
their known children
1893 - James Allely Galbraith
1896 - Frances Margaret Galbraith
1898 - Kathleen Seymour Galbraith
1902 - Gertrude Maude Galbraith
1905 - Richard Hugh Courtney Galbraith

Elspeth Mary Blundell 'Molly' Allely (1905-1937)
* married Percy 'Greville' Hammond (1906-1997) in 1933
18 May 1933 HAMMOND-ALLELY. St David's Presbyterian Church in Khyber Pass Road was the scene of a pretty wedding on Tuesday evening, when Miss Elspeth Mary Blundell Allely, second daughter of Mr and Mrs R. J. Allely, of Mount Albert, Auckland, was married to mr Percy Greville Hammond, only son of Mr and Mrs Percy Hammond, of Welcome Bay, Tauranga. The Rev W. Bower Black performed the ceremony. The bride looked charming in a sheath-like gown of pearly white reinette, with silver juliet cap and a lovely veil of palest pink embroidered tulle, which formed a train. The suggestion of pink was emphasised in the bouquet, which of pink and white chrysanthemums and fern. The matron of honour, Mrs Coutanche, sister of the bride and the three bridesmaids, Miss Margaret Allely, sister of the bride, Miss Betty Hammond, sister of the bridegroom and Miss Dorothy Lane, cousin of the bride, all wore picturesque gowns of pale apricot crepe madalaine, with ring velvet capes and toques in a deep, glowing shade of apricot. The carried bouquets of autumn tinted flowers. The bride was given away by her father, Mr Norman Miller was best man and Mr Stanley Blundell groomsman. After the ceremony a reception was held at the Domain Kiosk, where the bride's mother received in wine red with dark furs and small black hat. Mrs Percy Hammond wore an ensemble of navy blue, trimmed with fawn.
19 Sep 1937 HAMMOND - On September 17, at Tauranga Public Hospital, Elspeth Mary Blundell (Molly), beloved wife of Greville Hammond and second daughter of Mr and Mrs R. J. Allely of Ponsonby

Ethel Sara 'Pinkie' Allely (1899-1957)
* married Arthur John Coutanche (1896-1928) in 1921
son of Eli & Lucy Coutanche
NZ Herald, 9 April 1921 COUTANCHE-ALLELY - On March 4 1921, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev P. Paris, Arthur John, only son of Mrs and the late Eli Coutanche, Rossbank Road, Avondale, to Ethel Sara (Pinkie). eldest daughter of Robt. J. Allely, Dartry, Richardson Road, Mount Albert
their known children
1922 - Terence Allely Coutanche
1926 - 2007 Josephine Mary Coutanche (Parkes)
10 Sep 1928 COUTANCHE - On September 10, at a private hospital, Arthur John, dearly-beloved husband of Ethel S. Coutanche, 22 Cracroft Street, Avondale, and only son of Mrs and the late Eli Coutanche; aged 32 years.
18 Feb 1929
Mrs Arthur Coutanche and her sister Miss Molly Allely, of Mount Albert, Auckland are spending a holiday with relatives in Tauranga
NOTE Arthur's father Eli died in 1928. There was a mortgagee sale of his estate, comprising ..
* bungalow and back in Bella Vista Terrace, Point Chevalier
* bungalow of 4 rooms, hawea Road, Point Chevalier
* bungalow of 7 rooms in Rarere Road, Takapuna
* house of 4 rooms in Golf Road, New Lynn
* house of 5 rooms in Brandon Road, Glen Eden
* bungalow of 4 rooms in Merani Street, Narrow Neck
* bungalow of 4 rooms in Walmer Road, Point Chevalier
* house of 5 rooms with nearly ¾acre of land in Ascot Ave, Remuera
* glasshouse and orchard holding, 4 acres 30 poles at the corner of Rosebank Road and Avenue Road, Avondale Flats

Margaret Josephine Allely (1910-2008)
* married Philip Alexander Wills Barton (1906-1996) in 1934

Sarah Maude Allely (1881-1973)
* married Robert Henry Muir (1878-1944) in 1906
their known children
1907 - Florence Maude Muir
1910 - Robert John Allely Muir
1912 - Thomas Richard Calvert Muir
1915 - Kathleen Sarah Muir
1917 - Donald William Allely Muir
1 March 1917 ALLELY - At Tauranga, Sarah (nee Calvert), the beloved wife of Thomas Allely and dearly-beloved mother of Mrs R. H. Muir. Aged 79
27 Jan 1930 ALLELY - On January 27th 1930, at his residence, "Newbliss" Cameron Road, Tauranga, Thomas Allely, aged 95 years. At Rest.
Mr Allely was born at Newbliss, County Monaghan, on 13th January 1835 and twenty-four years later emigrated to Australia with his young wife. After an adventurous life in the Mounted Police Service her returned to Ireland in 1873, but finding conditions far from attractive he decided to go to New Zealand and landed at Auckland on 4th July 1874 from the ship Queen of Nations. A month later the family went to Tauranga, where Mr Allely lived until his death. Mrs Allely died some years ago but five sons and two daughters are living, namely, Mrs W. H. and F. J. Alleyy of Tauranga, T. C. Allely (Northcote), R. J. Allely (Mount Albert), S. D. Allely (Henderson), Miss Allely (Tauranga) and Mrs Muir of Wellington

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