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Archibald MENZIES & Amelia HEATON - Otahuhu

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Archibald MENZIES (1847-1927) married Amelia HEATON (1856-1941)
on 26 July 1877 at Coromandel, Waikato
Amelia was from Berrima, New South Wales

ARCHIBALD & AMELIA had 10 children:
... 1
1878 - 1945 Charles James Menzies
- Charles married Amy KILPIN (1875-1941) in 1917


... 2
1879 - 1956 Harry Archie Menzies
- Harry married Selina Kate NEALIS (1879-1966) in 1908


... 3
1881 - 1948 Hugh Bruce Menzies
- spouse not found


... 4
1884 - 1960 Arthur Harold Menzies
- Arthur married May Agnes WINTER (1889-1948) in 1912
... Arthur Harold Menzies died 31 May 1960, at his residence, 90 Princes Street, Otahuhu, Auckland. He was in his 76th year and was the husband of the late May Agnes Menzies.


... 5
1886 - 1976 Ruby Jean Isabel Menzies
- Jean married Shepherd SMITH (1886-1974) in 1912


... 6
1888 - 1979 Gladys Estelle Menzies
- spouse not found


... 7
1894 - 1939 Francis William 'Frank' Menzies
- Frank served in WWI as Driver 10/798A (Service number changed, listed with number 5/798a by National Archives) with the Wellington Infantry Battalion. His next of kin was his mother Amelia at Massey Road, Otahuhu. He was wounded at Gallipoli and discharged 8 May 1916. See his link for full bio
- Francis married Lucy May HALES (1889-1958) in 1932


... 8
1897 - 1985 Jack Heaton Menzies
- Jack was born in Mangere, Auckland. He served in WWI as Sergeant 26/849 with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 4th Battalion, A Company. He embarked from Wellington 5 Feb 1916 & served in France and Belgium. He was discharged 12 Feb 1918. His next of kin was his father Archibald Menzies at Otahuhu. See his link for a full biography
- Jack married Elsie Mary BARKER in 1919


... 9
1900 - 1970 Donald Stuart Menzies
- spouse not found


... 10
1902 - 1958 Bruce Henderson Menzies
- Bruce married Doris Eileen McPHERSON (1901-1958) in 1927

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on 2013-06-03 17:56:15

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