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APPLEGARTH marriages New Zealand 1871 - 1928

Journal by ngairedith

because of interest found in regard to the family in this journal on GenForum, I have updated and added to the origianl posting
- some birth dates may be approximate, based on age at death -


some APPLEGARTH marriages New Zealand 1871 - 1928:


APPLEGARTH GROOMS

ALBERT LINCOLN Applegarth (1867-1946)
- Albert was born in Lambeth, Surrey, England, a son of Robert APPLEGARTH & Mary LONGMORE. He arrived in NZ about 1884 (aged 17). He was an Engineer and at one time the Secretary of the Metal Workers Union
- he married MARY GERTRUDE BRIASCO (1874-1955) in 1893
25th April 1893 APPLEGARTH-BRIASCO, On the 35th April, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. Dr Stuart, Albert Lincoln Applegarth, youngest son of Robert Applegarth, London, England, to Mary Gertrude Briasco, youngest daughter of the late Angelo Briasco, Italy, and stepdaughter to the late Andrew Martinelli, of this city
- in 1894 Albert had an ad in the Timaru Herald as an Umbrella and Parasol Manufacturer. Umbrellas made, recovered and repaired. All kinds of Cutlery Ground, China and Glassware Rivetting a Speciality. Tennis Racquets repaired and re-gutted. Opposite Theatre Building, Stafford street, Timaru
- Albert served twice in WWI as Private 19/7 in 1915 with Samoan Relief Force, Infantry & in 1916 with NZEF, 5th Samoan Relief Force. He enlisted from Arcade, Timaru

ALBERT & MARY had 5 CHILDREN:

... 1
1894 - 1938 Robert Applegarth
... 18 March 1894 On the 18th March, at 190 George street, Dunedin, the wife of Albert L. Applegarth, of Timaru, of a son. Both doing well
- Robert served in WWI as Private 8/1178. He was wounded in Gallipoli

... 2
1896 - 1896 Lilian Gertrude Briasco Applegarth
- Lilian died aged 10 weeks
- she is buried with her father in Plot 92, Row 6, BLock G at Timaru (see photo)

... 3
1897 - 1974 Ivy Gertrude Applegarth
- Ivy married Percy Timaru KNOWLES (1892-1950) in 1917 (see under Ivy at Brides below)
PERCY died 12 July 1950 aged 58
IVY died 13 July 1974 aged 77
- they are buried together in Plot 186, Row 129 in Timaru cemetery

... 4
1900 - 1977 Winifred Susie Applegarth
- Winifred married William Osborn CLARK (1897-1980) in 1923
- 3rd of at least 9 children of Alexander Sloane CLARK & Margaret Isabella OSBORN
WINIFRED died 23 Dec 1977 aged 77 in Orokonui Rest Home, Waitaiti, Dunedin
WILLIAM died 13 March 1980 aged 82 in Short street, Timaru
- they are buried together Plot 18, Block 6A at Andersons bay cemetery Dunedin

... 5
1902 - 1964 Angelo Francis Applegarth
- it is possible that Angelo married Mabel Eva PONSFORD (1906-1980)
MABEL died 7 Nov 1980 aged 74. She had been living at 27B Bay View Road, Dunedin and is buried Pot 97, BLock 93 at Andersons Bay Cemetery with 3 PONSFORD & Florence RUHEN (1876-1960)

ALBERT died 20 Oct 1946 aged 79 in Dunedin
- he had been living at 35 Cole st, Dunedin
- he was cremated and his ashes buried in Timaru (see photo)
MARY GERTRUDE died 22 Nov 1955 aged 81
- she had been living in the Company Bay Home, Dunedin & is buried Plot 40, Block 45 at Anersdons Bay cemetery with Susanna Martinelli (1844-1920)

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GEORGE Applegarth (1846-1910)
- married Janet (aka Jessie) CALDER (1850-1924) 4 Jan 1873 in Dunedin
... 4 Jan 1873 On the 4th January, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev.Thomas Roseby, George Applegarth, of Dunedin, to Janet, seventh daughter of Mr David Calder, Forbury - NOTE David Calder had 10 children, the first 8 came out to Dunedin with him on the 'Mariner' in 1849, Janet & her sister Helen were born in Dunedin. Janet's oldest brother, Hugh Calder (1861-1937), had a daughter, Clara Mary Ure Calder (born in Oamaru 28 July 1867 to Jessie nee URE). Hugh left NZ the following year to go live in Victoria, Australia and he left Clara to be brought up by Janet, then aged 18. When Janet married George Applegart in 1873, Clara also went with her. Hugh returned to Dunedin late 1875 but left Clara with Janet & George until one day in Feb 1876, he surreptitiously, and without notice took her away from them (Clara was then aged 7). George took Hugh to court claiming 100 for maintenance, education and clothing of Clara (2012 value of $13,000). He was awarded 73. Clara (1867-1949) was to marry Thomas Cheyne FRANIE (1859-1930) in 1886 & have 4 children (their son, Stuart Cheyne Farnie served as Rifleman 15887 with NZEF, 6th Reinforcements 3rd Battalion, G Company and was killed in action in France 1917)
- George Applegarth was a Coachbuilder. In 1868 he had a coachbuilding business with James Roebuck, (Roebuck & Applegarth, Coachbuilders), in the Octagon, Dunedin. They filed for Bankruptcy 22 Aug 1868
- in the 1893 & 1896 Electoral Roll he was living in St Andrew's Extension, Caversham
... 4 Aug 1897 - LAMBTON, On the 4t August, at the residence of his nephew (Mr George Applegarth), John street, Caversham, James Lambton; in his seventy-third year - NOTE I'm presuming he is the source of the name Lambton which runs down the generations ... James Lambton (1825-1897) & his brother Edward Lambton (1826-1872) had a Forwarding & Carriers business in Otago. In the 1894 Electoral Roll James Lambton lived in Jetty St Caversham. In the 1896 Roll he lived in John St, Caversham. EDWARD LAMBTON, Wharf Carter, from Northumberland, arrived in Dunedin about 1861. In May 1862 he had for auction, at 1 o'clock sharp, 5 Magnificent heavy Clydesdale Mares, 3 and 4 years old, all thoroughly staunch and in splendid condition. He lived in High St Dunedin. He died aged 45 on 5 May 1872. JAMES LAMBTON, Carter, from England, arrived in Dunedin about 1861. He lived in Caverhsam, Dunedin. He died aged 72 on 4 Aug 1897. James & Edward are buried together in Plot 13, Block 106 at Southern Cemetery with a (possible) sister, Margaret Lambton (1828-1889) who arrived in Dunedin from England about 1869, lived in Market St, Dunedin and died a spinster 25 April 1889 aged 70 ...
- in 1922 Janet Applegarth was a widow, living at 8 John Street, Dunedin with spinster daughters Elizabeth Lambton & Margaret Applegarth

GEORGE & JANET had 7 known children:

... 1
1874 - 1874 Ida Mabel Applegarth
... 13 Feb 1874 On the 13th February, at High stree, Dunedin, Mrs George Applegarth, of a daughter
- Ida died 10 Oct 1874 aged 8 months
- she had been living in High street, Dunedin
- she is buried Plot 3, Block 102, Southern Cemtery with parents George & Janet and siblings Elizabeth Lambton (1877-1954) & Edward Lambton (1881-1955) Applegarth

... 2
1875 - 1943 George Edward Applegarth
- George was a Railway Stationmaster
- he married Annie BEATON in 1904
... 16 Sep 1908 Mr George Applegarth, who has been stationmaster at Caversham for nearly four years, and who has been promoted to the position of stationmaster at Nightcaps, was met by a number of the local business people at his residence and presented with a gold chain. Mr McCracken, in making the presentation, spoke of the courteous and obliging manner in which Mr Applegarth had carried out his duties as stationmaster. He wished him every success in his new sphere of duties. Messrs D. Fraser and A. J. Briggs spoke in a similar strain

... 3
1877 - 1954 Elizabeth Lambton Applegarth
- Elizabeth didn't marry. In the 1899 to 1938 Dunedin Electoral Rolls she was living at 8 John St, Caversham
- she was living at 15 Pencarrow street, Dunedin in 1954
- she died 19 Aug 1954 aged 77
- buried Plot 3, Block 102, Southern Cemtery with parents George & Janet and siblings Ida Mabel (1874-1874) & Edward Lambton (1881-1955) Applegarth

... 4
1879 - 1967 Margaret Lambton Applegarth
- Margaret married Robert GIBB
- she died 11 Dec 1967 aged 88

... 5
1881 - 1955 Edward Lambton Applegarth
- Edward was a Labourer
- he lived at 3 Beta street, Dunedin
- he died 21 Aug 1955 aged 74
- he is buried Plot 3, Block 102, Southern Cemtery with parents George & Janet and siblings Elizabeth Lambton (1877-1954) & Ida Mabel (1874-1874) Applegarth

... 6
1883 - 1934 Hugh Calder Applegarth
- Hugh was a Boilermaker
- he married Mary Jane SMITH in 1907

... 7
1885 - John Lambton Applegarth
- John married Ethel Mary Catherine Philmena CANE in 1903
- they had a daughter:
1904 - Ethel Applegarth
- John next married Winifred CHAPMAN


GEORGE died in Wellington on 23 July 1910 aged 62
- he had been living in Wellington, working at the Petone Workshops
JANET died 19 March 1924 aged 73
- she had been living at 8 John street, Dunedin
they are buried together with 3 children (see above)

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GEORGE EDWARD Applegarth (1875-1943)
- 2nd of 7 children of George APPLEGARTH & Janet CALDER (above)
- George married Annie BEATON in 1904
- they had a daughter:
1905 - 1987 Lillian Anne Margaret Applegarth
- Lilliam died, unmarried, in Auckland, 27 Jan 1987 aged 71. She is buried Block J Row 2 Plot 100 at Purewa cemetery

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HUGH CALDER Applegarth (1883-1934)
- 6th of 7 children of George APPLEGARTH & Janet CALDER (above)
- married Mary Jane SMITH (1879-1956) in 1907
HUGH died 5 Jan 1934 aged 50
- he had been living at 29 Rawhiti street, Dunedin
MARY JANE died 13 Feb 1956 aged 77
- she had been living at 26 Parkhill Ave, Dunedin
- they are buried together Plot 80, Block 116 at Andersons Bay cemetery

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JOHN Applegarth
- married Ethel Mary Catherine Philomena CANE in 1903
- he married Winifred CHAPMAN

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MAURICE LEIGH Applegarth (1900-1970)
- Maurice was born in London 8 Sep 1900
- he married Freda May LEGGOT (1906-1989) in 1928
- Freda was born in Timaru 1 May 1906
MAURICE died 17 Aug 1970 in TImaru aged 69
FREDA died 10 May 1989 in Chirstchurch
- they are buried together Plot 810, Row 145, Block LB at Timaru

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PERCIE RAYMOND Applegarth (1897-1968)
- he served in WWI as Private 68502 with NZEF, 33rd Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Regiment, A Company. His next of kin was his mother, Mrs Caroline Applegarth of 16 Elizabeth street, Timaru
- married Annie Helen BROWNE (1898-1983) in 1924
PERCIE died 28 Nov 1968 aged 71
ANNIE died 9 July 1983 aged 85
- they are buried together Plot 426, Row 39 at Timaru
- note Peercie's mother, Caroline Applegarth, died 19 Sep 1944 aged 78 and buried Plot 302, row 132, Block M at Timaru

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ROBERT Applegarth (1894-1938)
- married Christine STRACHAN in 1920

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APPLEGARTH BRIDES


ISABELLA MARY Applegarth (1848-1904)
- Isabella was born in Shildon, Durham, England and arrived into Port Chalmers, Dunedin on the 5 Oct 1871 aboard the James Nicol Fleming, (her Country of Origin was listed as Longwitten, Newport)
- she married WILLIAM HOOD GAW (1847-1905) in 1875
... 19 Aug 1875 On the 19th August, at the residence of the bride's uncle, Mr Lambton, of High street, by the Rev. Dr Roseby, Mr Wm Hood Gaw, formerly of Glasgow, to Isabella May Applegarth
... from the The Cyclopedia of New Zealand written about 1903:- Mr. William Hood Gaw, formerly District Traffic Manager of the Christchurch Section of New Zealand Railways, was born in Ayrshire, Scotland, in 1846, educated at the Glasgow High School, and brought up to mercantile life. He came to Port Chalmers in 1871 by the ship Wild Deer. After engaging in farming for a time, he joined the railway service in 1874 as clerk in the goods department at Dunedin, under Mr. Conyers. Four years later Mr. Gaw was transferred as goods agent to Christchurch, where he continued till 1883, when he was appointed traffic manager at Invercargill, whence he was transferred to Dunedin in a similar position. Mr. Gaw was appointed to Christchurch in 1890, and he is now (1902) Traffic Superintendent of the Dunedin section of railways

ISABELLA & WILLIAM had 6 known CHILDREN

... 1
1876 - ? Samuel James Gaw
- Samuel married Ada Emily McANALLY (1877-1960) in 1901
- their 3 known sons were:
1902 - 1913 William Hood Gaw
1904 - 1956 Samuel Kennedy Gaw
1906 - 1969 Athol Bertram Gaw

... 2
1877 - 1931 Margaret Lambton Gaw
- Margaret was not married

... 3
1878 - 1954 William Hood Gaw
- William married Alice Margaret SMOCK in 1905

... 4
1879 - ? Isabella Mary Gaw
- nothing known

... 5
1881 - ? Elizabeth Lambton Gaw

... 6
1888 - 1919 Alice Kate Braithwaite Gaw
- Alice married Joseph RAWSON in 1911

ISABELLA died 4 Nov 1904 aged 56 in Auckland
WILLIAM died 5 Jan 1905 aged 58
- they are buried together Block E Row 50 Plots 032 & 033, Purewa Auckland


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IVY GERTRUDE Applegarth (1898-1974)
- daughter of Albert Lincoln APPLEGARTH & Mary Gertrude BRIASCO (above)
- married Percy Timaru KNOWLES (1891-1950) in 1917
- Percy was born in Beverley, Timaru, the 7th of 8 children of George Du Rose KNOWLES (1853-1910) & Charlotte TAYLOR (1856-1933). He served in WWI as Rifleman 48968 with the NZEF, 26th Reinforcements G Company (part)

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MARY Applegarth
- married William MacPHAIL in 1927

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WINIFRED SUSIE Applegarth
- daughter of Albert Lincoln APPLEGARTH & Mary Gertrude BRIASCO (above)
- married William Osborn CLARK in 1923 (see above under Albert Lincoln)




PHOTO
Grave of Albert Lincoln Applegarth & his 10 week old daughter Lillian at TIMARU

by ngairedith Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2011-02-17 05:34:59

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by Poppajack001 on 2011-08-05 23:16:57

Applegarth Brides
Isabella Mary Applegarth b.1848 Sheldon,Durham,England & William Hood GAW b.1846 Ayshire,Scotland.married 19/8/1875 at residence of J.Lampton,High Street,Dunedin.This couple are my great grandparents.
Do you have any further family information about either of these couple.Any information or details etc you could supply would be very much appreciated.
Jack Richardson
Tauranga,New Zealand
email tavernside@xtra.co.nz

by ngairedith on 2012-05-12 05:14:40

updated for Jack and other researcher of the Applegarth family of NZ

by ngairedith on 2013-07-11 18:01:31

thank you to Brian for his message 11 July 2013:
... If 'ngairedith' cares to make contact, I can supply further details of Robert Applegarth's other children in England.
Good hunting, Brian (Surrey UK)

Thanks Brian, please add anything you would like to share in the comment box below. This will be of help to all Applegarth researchers

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