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FAUVEL in New Zealand

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the FAUVEL in New Zealand

the GROOMS
Albert Tonks 'Bert' Fauvel (1881-1971)
* son of Francis Fauvel & Alice Jane Tonks
married Nellie COTTERILL (1885-1971) in 1906
* daughter of Joseph Cotterill from Berkshire & Catherine 'Kate' Donnelly from Armagh, Ireland
their children
1908 - 1978 Joyce Mary Cotterill Fauvel (didn't marry)
1911 - 1996 Francis Joseph Fauvel
NOTE siblings Joyce & Francis were both born on 3rd July
+ In 1916 they were living in Derwent St., Island Bay, Wellington

Francis 'Frank' Fauvel (1853-1934)
* born on Jersey, Channel Islands, Francis was an Accountant, a brother of Philip below
married Alice Jane TONKS (1859-1889) in 1879
* 1 of 14 children of William Tonks (1837-1916) and Charlotte Lovelock (1842-1929)
Hawke's Bay Herald, 19 March 1879
MARRIAGE
FAUVEL-TONKS - At the residence of the bride's father, Webb-street, Wellington, Francis, youngest son of Ph. Fauvel, Esq., Jersey, Channel Islands, to Alice, eldest daughter of W. Tonks, Esq., merchant, Wellington, New Zealand - Jersey papers please copy
their known children
1878 - 1880 Alice Frances Fauvel (aged 2)
1880 - 1930 Phillip William Fauvel (in the Philippines)
1881 - 1971 Albert Tonks Fauvel
1887 - 1963 Alice Frances Fauvel
ALICE died 11 Sep 1889 aged 30
Evening Post, 12 Sep 1889
DEATH
FAUVEL - On 11th September 1889, after a long and painful illness, Alice, dearly beloved wife of Francis Fauvel; deeply regretted "The Lord's will be done"
Francis next married Jane TONKS (1865-1936) in 1891
* daughter of Enoch Tonks (1839-1918) & Susannah Spencer (1842-1912)
their known children
1891 - 1923 Francis Enoch Fauvel
1896 - 1943 Horace Grey Fauvel
NOTE therefore, Francis Fauvel's two father-in-laws were brothers
FRANCIS died 30 July 1934 in Wellington aged 80
Evening Post, 30 July 1934
Mr FRANCIS FAUVEL
The death occurred suddenly this morning at his residence, 77 Webb Street, of Mr Francis Fauvel. The deceased, who was in his 81st year, arrived in Wellington in 1869. He was born in Jersey, Channel ISlands and spent his youth in Labrador. After arriving in Wellington he was for some years in the employ of Messrs Beck and Tonks, timber merchants and with the the Phoenix Insurance Co. He subsequently joined Messrs John Duthie and Co., Ltd., as accountant, a position which he held for about thirty years, retiring in 1924. The late Mr Fauvel is survived by his widow, two sons and a daughter. His elder brother, Mr Philip Fauvel, is a resident of Palmerston North
JANE died 8 Feb 1936 aged 71 ...
Evening Post, 10 Feb 1936
Mrs JANE FAUVEL
The many friends of Mrs Jane Fauvel will regret to hear of her death, which occurred on February 8 after a short illness at the residence of her son, Mr H. G. Fauvel, Motumaoho, Morrinsville. Mrs Fauvel, who was in her seventy-second year, was born in Lawrence and came to Wellington at an early age with her parents, the late Mr and Mrs Enoch Tonks. She was a lifelong member of the Taranaki Street Methodist Church. Of a quiet and retiring nature, the late Mrs Fauvel was ever willing to lend her assistance to any deserving cause and her passing will be deeply regretted by a large circle of friends. Mrs Fauvel is survived by her son, Mr H. G. Fauvel (Motumaoho), step-daughter and son, Mrs G. Sunderland (Masterton) and Mr A. T. Fauvel (Lower Hutt) respectively and several grandchildren. Her late husband Mr Francis Fauvel, predeceased her eighteen months ago

Francis Enoch Fauvel (1891-1923)
* son of Francis Fauvel & Jane Tonks
married Violet Annie LEWIS (1889-1959) in 1915
* daughter of Alfred Maurice Lewis & Mary Annie Brown
Evening Post, 19 Nov 1941
A DAUGHTER, Aline Lewis (1921-2015)
CLARKE-FAUVEL - On November 8 1941, at the Constable Street Congregational Church, by the Rev H. W. Newell, M.A., B.D., assisted by the Rev C. Cannel Hoskin, Aline Lewis, younger daughter of Mrs V. Fauvel and the late Mr F. E. Fauvel, to Kenneth Russell, elder son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Clarke, Harvey Road, Napier
A SON, Spencer Francis (1923-1944) Flight Lieutenant NZ414971, Pilot with the RNZAF, was killed in action WWII aged 21, on 28 May 1944, in an attack against Aachen when his Lancaster Mk.III ND908 AA-M was brought down at Poelkapelle (West-Vlaanderen) 5 miles North East of Ypres and 25 miles West of Courtrai, scene of the FW .410 attacks on ND915 in the same raid. There were no survivors and all eight crew members were laid to rest at Wevelgem Communal Cemetery
Evening Post, 17 Aug 1923
DEATH of FRANCIS
The death occurred at his residence, Hiropi street (Newtown), Wellington, yesterday of Mr Francis E. Fauvel, of the staff of the firm Briscoe and Co., Ltd. Th cause of death was pneumonia. After three years war service, Mr Fauvel was invalided home suffering from trench fever and the effects of gas. The late Mr Fauvel, who was a son of Mr Francis Fauvel, of this city, was a member of the Newtown Congregational Church and was prominently connected with that concerned the young people of the church. He was also a member of the Masonic Order. Prior to proceeding to the front in 1915, he married a daughter of Mr A. M. Lewis of Thompson, Lewis and Co., Ltd. He leaves a widow and three children

Francis Joseph 'Frank' Fauvel (1911-1996)
* son of Albert Tonks Fauvel & Nellie Cotterill
married Brenda Mary CLARKE (1912-2002) in 1936
Evening Post, 4 Nov 1933
ENGAGEMENT
FAUVEL-CLARKE The engagement is announced of Brenda Mary, daughter of Mr and Mrs F. A. Clarke, Hataitai (also 6 Grafton road, Roseneath), to Frank, only son of Mr and Mrs A. T. Fauvel, Lower Hutt
Evening Post, 17 Oct 1936
* The WEDDING FAUVEL-CLARKE

* A WEDDING PHOTO

Horace Grey Fauvel (1896-1943)
* son of Francis Fauvel & Jane Tonks
married Hilda Merle ROBERTS (1895-1982) in 1918
* daughter of Samuel Roberts & Christina Ingles Lindsay
Evening Post, 17 Aug 1918
MARRIAGE
FAUVEL-ROBERTS - On the 15th August, at the Congregational Church, Newtown, by Rev W. A. Evans, Horace Grey, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Fauvel, Thompson-street, to Hilda Merle, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs S. Roberts, jun., Coromandel-street and granddaughter of Mr A. Lindsay, Bowen-street

* Philip Fauvel (1852-1938)
born on Jersey, Channel Islands, brother of Francis above
married Martha Ellen EARL (1853-1909) in 1874
* Ellen was from Nailsworth, Gloucestershire
their known children
1875 - 1937 Ellen Mary Annie Fauvel
1879 - 1946 Annie/Ann Fauvel
1882 - Mabel Fauvel
1884 - Isabella Fauvel
1887 - 1975 Philip Fauvel
* Philip & Martha were farmers in Eketahuna
MARTHA died 12 Jan 1909 aged 55 in Masterton
New Zealand Times, 19 Jan 1909
DEATH
FAUVEL - On the 12th January 1909, at the Masterton Hospital, after a short illness, Martha Ellen, dearly beloved wife of Phillip Fauvel, of Kaiparoro, Eketahuna, in her 56th year
.. I regret having to record the death of Mrs P. Fauvel, wife of Mr Philip Fauvel, who has been farming here for fifteen years. The deceased lady had been ailing for some time and was taken to the Masterton Hospital on Wednesday of last week, where she died on Tuesday night. The family are very highly respected in this and the surrounding districts and they will have the sympathy of a large circle of friends in their bereavement. Mrs M. Knight (Ann) of Eketahuna and Mrs Waterson (Mabel) of Marton, are daughters of the deceased. The funeral is to leave Mr M. Knight's residence at 2.20pm on Friday afternoon
PHILIP died 14 June 1938 aged 85 in Eketahuna
* they are buried at Mangaoranga SEE PHOTO BELOW

the BRIDES
Alice Frances Fauvel (1887-1963)
* daughter of Francis Fauvel & Alice Jane Tonks
married George Alexander SUNDERLAND (1885-1967) in 1910
* son of Samuel Sunderland (1839-1906) & Helen Cummings Reid
New Zealand Times, 9 Feb 1910
The Wellington WEDDING
SUNDERLAND-FAUVEL A very pretty wedding was solemnised at Wesley Church, Taranaki street, yesterday afternoon, when Mr George Alexander Sunderland, son the late Samuel Sunderland of Auckland, was married to Miss Alice Frances, only daughter of Mr Frank Fauvel, of Messrs John Duthie and Co's staff. The church was very effectively decorated by the girl friends of the bride and Mr J. W. Carr, uncle of the bride, presided at the organ and played the wedding march as the bridal party entered the church. The Rev S. J. Serpell performed the marriage ceremony. The bride was attired in a frock of ivory crepe de chine, trimmed with tucked chiffon and Oriental insertion. She wore the customary veil and orange blossoms and carried a shower bouquet. The bridesmaids were Miss L. Sunderland, sister of the bridegroom and Miss Lena Tonks. Mr W. Smythe acted in the capacity of best man and Mr F. E. Fauvel was groomsman. The bridesmaids wore dainty white muslin dresses and large black silk hats with oxidised silver dahlias. Their bouquets were cream and gold.
After the ceremony a reception was held at the residence of the bride's parents 15, Thompson street, where a wedding breakfast was laid in a spacious marquee erected on the lawn. Mrs Fauvel wore a black silk robe with cream yoke and carried a bouquet and the bridegroom's mother was gowned in saxe blue with black hat and carried a pink bouquet. The bridegroom's presents to the bride were a gold brooch, silver and enamel pendant and dainty belt buckle and the bridesmaids received silver, enamel and tourmaline pendants. The wedding presents were numerous and costly and included a handsome clock from the Carrara Ceiling Company.
The bride's travelling costume was a navy blue tailor-made, with large amethyst silk hat. The honeymoon will be spent in the Pelorus Sounds

Ann Fauvel (1879-1962)
* daughter of Philip Fauvel & Martha Ellen Earl
married Maurice KNIGHT (1872-1950) in 1904
Wairarapa Daily Times, 11 April 1904
MARRIAGE
KNIGHT-FAUVEL - At Kaiparoro, on Wednesday, 6th inst., by the Rev Kitcat, Maurice Knight, of Eketahuna, to Ann, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip Fauvel
their known children
1905 - 1980 Ellen May Knight
* married Kenneth Wilfred Mathews (1900-1988) in 1935
Dominion, 4 Sep 1908
News from APITI
While felling some bush behind his residence, Mr Maurice Knight, of Umutoi, had his arm broken by a branch flying back and striking him. Mr Knight cut his knee badly with an axe a few days before
Wairarapa Daily Times, 26 Feb 1909
FIRE IN EKETAHUNA
.. Maurice Knight, nightwatchman at Eketahuna, gave evidence as to the fire taking place on a Friday morning about 3;50 o'clock ..
MAURICE died 3 March 1950 aged 78 and is buried at Mangaoranga, Eketahuna with his mother? Elizabeth (1834-1906)

Ellen Mary Anne 'Nell' Fauvel (1876-1937)
* daughter of Philip Fauvel & Martha Ellen Earl
married Frederick George HARLEN (1887-1981) in 1909
* son of Ezekiel George Harlen & Robina McCorkindale
their known children
1910 - 2000 Philip George Harlen
1912 - 2002 Robina Isabel Harlen
* Robina married Richard Alfred Frank Julian in 1934
1913 - Doris May Harlen
* Doris married James Chester Bolland in 1935
ELLEN died xmas day 1937 aged 61 and was cremated at Karori, Wellington
Evening Post 27 Dec 1937
HARLEN
- On December 25 1937, at the Wellington Hospital, Ellen Mary (Nell), dearly loved wife of Frederick George Harlen, 80 Hataitai Road and beloved mother of Philip, Mrs R. Julian and Mrs J. Bolland. A patient sufferer at rest
FREDERICK died 22 March 1981 aged 93 and was cremated at Rotorua
NOTE Ezekial George Harlen arrived in Wellington 26 May 1874 aged 10, on the La Hogue with his parents, Thomas Samuel Harling (changed to Harlen) (1837-1910) & Emma Curtis (nee Late) and 5 siblings

Emilie Fauvel
married Francis ELLIOT in 1874

Isabel Fauvel
married Henry ELLIOTT in 1911

Louisa Ellen Fauvel (1910-1981)
* daughter of Philip Richard Fauvel & Harriet Vivian Mourant
married George Frederick PARKES (1909-1986) in 1933
* son of Frederick George Parkes & Emma Jensen

Louise Frances Fauvel
married Walter Beaman HICKS (1879-1925) in 1910
their known children
1911 - 1980 Kenneth Borlace Hicks (buried Paraparaumu)
1917 - Joan Fauvel Hicks

Mabel Fauvel (1882-)
* daughter of Philip Fauvel & Martha Ellen Earl
married T. M. Watterson in 1907
Wairarapa Age, 30 Dec 1907
MARRIAGE
At Kaiparoro, on Thursday last, Mr T. M. Watterson, of Masterton, third daughter of Mr and Mrs Fauvel, of Kaiparoro. Miss Fauvel, of Wellington, was bridesmaid and Mr R. Wallace, of Masterton, was best man. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev A. T. Thompson, of Masterton, assisted by Mr Ralph of Eketahuna

Mavis Fauvel (1915-2007)
* daughter of Philip Richard Fauvel & Harriet Vivian Mourant
married John Morrison DRYSDALE in 1937
MAVIS died 31 May 2007 in Eketahuna aged 92

NOTE
Philip Richard Fauvel (1886-1978) was born in NZ to Philip Fauvel & Martha Ellen Earl. He married Harriet Vivian Mourant (1879-1970) 16 Sep 1908 in St. Brelades Church, Island of Jersey.
* Harriet was born Jersey to Philip Josue Mourant & Louisa Le Gallais. Philip & Harriet returned to NZ by 1910 when they had their first child
their known children
1910 - 1981 Louisa Ellen Fauvel
1912 - 1999 Vivian Harriet Fauvel
1913 - 2003 Richard Philip Fauvel
1915 - 2007 Mavis Fauvel
1916 - 2012 Marjorie Clara Fauvel
1919 - 2011 Keith Mourant Fauvel (born 31 Dec)
Philip & Harriet lived in Eketahuna
HARRIET died 7 Jan 1970 aged 90
PHILIP died 18 June 1978 aged 91

TIMELINE
Evening Post, 12 April 1877 PAINFUL ACCIDENT - A most painful accident occurred at Mr Tonks' hay and corn store, Manners-street, this morning to a man named Philip Fauvel. It appears that it was Fauvel's duty to hoist bales of hay, & c., from the basement of the store to the first floor by means of a rope and pulleys. He was assisted in this work by a steam engine, round one of the shafts of which the rope was fixed. While he was in the act of hoisting a truss of hay about 11 o'clock this morning, the rope got twisted by some means and Fauvel seemed to lose his presence of mind, for, instead of letting the rope go, he was whirled round and round several times. He was unable, after he had been taken round once, to get free from the rope, which twisted round his arms. One of his fellow workmen, who witnessed the occurrence stopped the engine as quickly as possible, but before that was done Fauvel had sustained some very serious injuries. Dr Harding was immediately sent for and on his arrival he found that the unfortunate man's forearm was broken and crushed above the elbow. Two of the fingers of his left hand were torn off a the first joint and his breast was injured. Dr Harding, having attended to the immediate wants of the man, advised that he should be sent to the Hospital. Fauvel was conveyed to that institution in an express.

Wairarapa Age, 11 April 1911 KAIPARORO - Last week a farewell social was tendered to Mr P. Fauvel, who has been a resident of the district for the past twenty years. The hall was crowded with visitors, many of whom came from long distances. A very enjoyable dance was held and during an interval, Mr Falkner, on behalf of those present, presented Mr Fauvel with a handsome travelling rug. It is Mr Fauvel's intention to re-visit his native home in Jersey shortly

PHOTO
Grave 98, Block AA
at Mangaoranaga
* Philip & Ellen Martha Fauvel

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