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CHANNING marriages New Zealand 1857 - 1928

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some CHANNING marriages New Zealand 1857 - 1928


the CHANNING GROOMS

Charles Henry Channing
- married Catherine Rose GANDY (1911-1963) in 1928

Frederick Channing
- married Florence Harriett BERRY (1883-1958) in 1915
- Frederick served in WWI as Private 46294 with NZEF 25th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Regiment, A Company His Next Of Kin was his wife at 1 Selbourne St, Grey Lynn, Auckland,


Horace James Channing
- son of James CHANNING & Sarah Jane THOMAS
- married Charlotte Ellen/Ella MURRAY in 1921

James Channing
- James was born 1860 in Pennsylvania, USA
- he married Sarah Jane THOMAS in New Zealand in 1894
- they had 2 known children:
1895 - Horace James Channing
- Horace married Charlotte Ellen MURRAY in 1921
1896 - Cecil Channing

James Channing (1870-1948)
- married Prudence BASTON (1868-1951) in 1901

Samuel 'Sam' Palfrey Channing (1886-1953)
- married Emily O'BRIEN (1881-1960) in 1918
23 July 1918 - On the 23r July, 1918 at St Anne's Church, Newtown, Wellington, by the Rev Father Campbell, S.M., Sam Palfrey Channing, London, to Emily O'Brien, of Kilbirnie, Wellington
- Samuel died 30 June 1953 aged 57
- he was cremated at Karori, Wellington

William Channing
- married Sarah THOMPSON in 1905



the CHANNING BRIDES

Amelia Channing (?-1898)
- married Henry MATSON (1788-1867) 58th Regiment, in 1857 (possibly in Auckland)
- buried St Stephens Cemetery
NOTE from The Waipapa Stream ... Claybrook house built in 1842 is the oldest house in Auckland still on its original site. Brookside the name given to the property where Parnell's shops now stand. This was owned by Major Henry Matson. Matson (1788-1867) was a veteran 1812 War of Independence and fought with Canada against the US.
He married Isabella de Thierry, the daughter of Henry de Thierry who in 1837 tried to claim New Zealand under French sovereignty hence accelerating British interests and the Treaty of Waitangi.
Isabella died at Brookside in 1850, and Matson remarried Amelia Channing who went on to become the first woman to be elected in Auckland


Clara Evelyn Channing (1904-1994)
- married George Kelsey CODLIN (1888-1955) in 1923
- George was the 4th of 5 children of Alfred Kelsey CODLIN & Sarah Ann MAYCOCK (m. 1881)

Frances Annie Channing
- married William McCORMICK in 1881

Rhoda Channing
- married Godfrey Daniel PHILLIPPS in 1890

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on 2012-03-29 18:06:54

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