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AVENELL marriages New Zealand 1868 - 1929

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the known AVENELL marriages in NZ 1868 - 1929

the AVENELL GROOMS
George William Avenell
- married Ethel 'Maud' WHITE (1893-1967) in 1912
their known children:
* 1912 - 2000 Ena Gertrude Avenell
* 1914 - 1918 *Edith Jean Avenell
*Auckland Star, 23 Jan 1924 The actin-superintendent of the City Fire Brigade, Mr George Wm. Avenell, was admitted to the Auckland Hospital this morning suffering from a strained back which he sustained by a fall at the Hone and Colonial Store's fire in Newtown Road last week. his condition is not critical
*New Zealand Herald, 3 Nov 1919 IN MEMORIAM, AVENELL - In loving memory of Edith Jean Avenell, dearly-beloved daughter of George and Maud Avenell, who departed this life on November 3 1918.
We think of her at early morning,
We think of her at noon,
We did not think our dear Jean
Was going to die so soon.
No matter how we pray,
No matter how we call,
There's nothing left to answer
But her photo on the wall
Inserted by her loving mother, father and sister, Ena

William Avenell (1842-1918)
- married Martha ROE (1846-1914) in 1868
they lived in Mangere, Auckland
their known children:
* 1869 - Mary Kate Avenell
* 1871 - 1952 William George Avenell
* 1872 - Laura Avenell
* 1874 - Amy Avenell
* 1875 - Charles Avenell
* 1877 - Selina Avenell
* 1879 - Alice May Avenell
* 1880 - Maude Avenell
* 1882 - Henry Avenell
* 1886 - Lillian Evelyn Avenell
* 1890 - Daisy Avenell

William George Avenell (1871-1952)
- married Rose BATES (1881-1949) in 1903
their known children:
* 1905 - 1994 Coralie Alma Avenell
* 1908 - Eva Rose Avenell
* 1910 - Myra Annie Avenell
* 1912 - 1937 *William Charles 'Jack' Avenell
* 1914 - 1969 *Henry Norman Avenell
* 1915 - Grace Martha Avenell
*Evening Post, 26 Jan 1937 Practically instantaneous death followed injuries received by William Charles Avenell, a tailor, aged 24, of 10 Strathavon Road, Miramar, when his motor-cycle ckidded on wet bitumen in Moxham Avenue and struck a tramcar moving slowly in the opposite direction. His neck was fractured and he also received a fractured left thigh and right wrist. The pillion rider on the motor-cycle, H. N. Avenell, a brother of the deceased and also a tailor, was thrown from the machine, but suffered only minor injuries to his back and shoulder. He was taken by the Free Ambulance to hospital, but later returned to his home. The late Mr Avenell was a son of Major and Mrs W. G. Avenell. An inquest will be held

the AVENELL BRIDES
Annie Alice Louis Avenell (1888-1973)
- married Alexander Yule MILLAR (1879-1960) in 1928
son of William Millar & Marion Jane Yule

Daisy Avenell (1890-1957)
- married Alfred Carl RASMUSSEN (1877-1944) in 1924

Emily Avenell
- married John McINTYRE in 1883
their known children:
* 1884 - Catherine Ann McIntyre
* 1886 - Emily McIntyre
* 1888 - Florence McIntyre
* 1890 - John Avenell McIntyre
* 1892 - Ernest Ronaldson McIntyre
* 1894 - Donald James McIntyre
* 1896 - Mary McIntyre

Eva Rose Avenell (1908-1982)
- married David CLARK in 1929

Evelyn Lilian Avenell (1886-1957)
- married Frank Cullen BARKER (1885-1950) in 1910

Fanny Henrietta Jane Avenell (1883-1928)
- married Frederick Bryan (1883-1949) in 1910
their known children:
* 1910 - Walter Charles Bryan
* 1914 - Fredina Henrietta Bryan

Laura Avenell (1872-1912)
- married James Hoskin TRAYES (1869-1936) in 1897
* Auckland Star, 10 Aug 1897 TRAYES-AVENELL - On July 7, at the residence of the bride's parents, Franklin Road, by the Rev H. R. Dewsbury, James Hoskin, third son of James Trayes, Mangere, to Laura, second daughter of William Avenell, both of Auckland
their known children:
* 1899 - Dorothy Eileen Trayes
* 1904 - James Reginald Trayes
* 1906 - Winifred Evelyn Trayes
* New Zealand Herald, 15 April 1912 DEATH - TRAYES, Passed peacefully away on April 13, Laura, dearly-beloved wife of James Hoskin Trayes and second daughter of William and Martha Avenell of Cambridge, in her 41st year. They will be done. The funeral will leave her late residence, Valley Road, Mount Eden, for Waikaraka Cemetery at 2p.m. to-day (Monday)

Mary Kate Avenell (1869-1949)
- married George CHANDLER in 1889
* New Zealand Herald, 4 May 1889 CHANDLER-AVENELL - On April 25, at the Wesleyan Church, Devonport. George Chandler, second son of William Chandler, of Hobart, Tasmania, to Mary Kate, eldest daughter of William Avenell, Devonport. Wellington and Thames papers please copyt
their known children:
* 1890 - Olive Chandler
* 1892 - Grace Chandler
* 1900 - William Eric Chandler

Maude Avenell
- married George Brown SIMPSON in 1915

Olive Maud Avenell (1896-1945)
- married Lancelot Stanley AIKEN (1892-1982) in 1915

Queenie Alice Louis Avenell
- married Cecil William Grevelle WOOD (1891-1967) in 1915

Selena Avenell (1877-1928)
- married Richard Henry TROTTER (1860-1936) in 1905
Richard was born in West Derby, Lancashire. He served in the South African War in Johannesburg, Diamond Hill, Cape Colony & Orange Free State as a Trooper & Lieutenant with the NZ Mounted Rifles - 2nd Contingent No. 3 & 4 Coy; 7th Contingent 26 Coy. When he enlisted he was a Farm manager for Edward Murphy in the Wanganui area
their known children:
* 1906 - Ashton Trotter
* 1908 - Hugh Sydney Trotter
* 1911 - Mary Avenell Trotter

PHOTO
Hawkes Bay Section of the 7th NZ Contingent

BACK ROW: Lieutenant Whiteley, Captain Ross, Troopers E. Lowe, A Merritt, S Leyland, G Brownette, Hesp, Lieutenants Emerson & Trotter
MIDDLE ROW: Troopers Hegh, Christenson, McKay, Staff-Sergeant E.H. Taylor, Troopers T. Butler, and C. Boyle
FRONT ROW: Corporal E. A. Pointon, Divisional-Sergeant A Peterson

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