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Charles Beard IZARD + Mary Ann HAYWARD

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CHARLES BEARD IZARD (1829-1904)
was a son of William Izard Esq of Woodmancote, West Sussex
In 1854 he was practising before the Wellington supreme court of New Zealand, a solicitor, notary and patent agent & called to the bar 6 June 1857

He was a Member of Parliament in Wellington, contesting the 1881 election in the Foxton electorate, where he was second of six candidates, beaten by James Wilson. He represented the Wellington South and Suburbs electorate from 1887 to 1890, when he was defeated (for the Hutt electorate).
His son Charles Hayward Izard was also a Wellington lawyer and Member of Parliament

Charles married Mary Ann HAYWARD (1828-1900), the youngest daughter of Samuel Hayward, Esq., of Clapton, Middlesex
from the Cyclopedia of New Zealand (Wellington) written about 1897 (includes his photo) ... Mr. Izard arrived in Auckland in the month of May, 1860 per ship Avalanche, the Waikato War having just commenced. He did not stay long in the north, preferring Wellington for its central position. He arrived on the Prince of Wales' Birthday, 1860. On arrival, Mr. Izard founded the widely-known legal businessnow Bell, Gully and Izard. In 1868 he admitted Mr. William Pharazyn, brother to the Hon. R. Pharazyn, to his firm, but this gentleman died four years later. Three years after this Mr. H. D. Bell, now one of the members for Wellington, joined Mr. Izard under the style of Izard and Bell, a firm that was very prominent in Wellington for many years. In 1876 he had a well-merited trip to England to see his friends and recruit his health
... Mr. Izard was married in 1859 to Miss Hayward, of Sussex, England, and has five sons and two daughters. The eldest son, Mr. C. H. Izard, is a member of the firm of Bell, Gully and Izard. Mr. H. S. Izard is a solicitor practising in the Wairarapa. Another son is in the Bank of New South Wales, and the two youngest are in England. The Misses Izard live at their father's beautiful residence in Hobson Street
... go to his link for more

the children of CHARLES & MARY ANN:
... 1
1862 - 1925 Charles Hayward Izard
- Charles married Stella Margaret HALSTED in 1886
- Charles was a barrister and solicitor in Wellington
CHARLES died 18 Sep 1925 aged 63 & cremated at Karori
Evening Post, 19 September 1925 IZARD - On the 18th September 1925, at the Upper Hutt, Charles Hayward Izard, dearly loved husband of Stella M. Izard, in his 64th year. Service at St Paul's Pro-Cathedral at 10 a.m. on Monday, 21st September
OBITUARY of the Hon C. H. Izard, M.L.C.

... 2
1863 - 1946 Henry Stratton Izard
- Henry was a barrister and solicitor in Greytown, Wairarapa
- Henry married Frances Mary PHARAZYN (1864-1921) in 1889
FRANCES died 31 March 1921 aged 57 & was cremated at Karori
- a daughter, Joan Stratton Izard, died aged 10 weeks in Greytown (4 Dec 1891) and is buried plot 0705 at Bolton Street cemetery
- Henry next married Georgina Frances McKENZIE (1886-1973) 6 July 1921

... 3
1865 - 1876 Marion Emily Izard
- Marion died aged 10
Evening Post, 27 January 1876 On the 26th inst., in Hill-street, Marion Emily, the eldest daughter of Charles and Mary Izard, aged 10 years

... 4
1868 - 1948 Ernest Battersbee Izard
-Ernest was with the Bank of New South Wales
- Ernest married Alice Isobel GREENWOOD (1870-1955) in 1896

... 5
1869 - 1934 Herbert Crawford Izard (Reverend)
- Herbert went to England and entered the Lancing College and later to Oxford to join the Trinity College. In 1888 he was playing cricket for Lancing College. He was curate of Stony Stratford then 3 years later went to Malaya and was Colonial Chaplain at Malacca. He was the Archdeacon of Singapore from 1910. In 1915 he was the Chaplain to the Convalescents Home at Barton-on-Sea. In 1919 he was in charge of All Saints, Swanage where he retired in 1928 at Worthing
Evening Post, 1 March 1934 IZARD - On February 28 1934 at Worthing, Sussex, England, Archdeacon Herbert C. Izard, fourth son of the late Charles B. and Mary Izard; aged 64 years

... 6
1871 - 1904 Ella Margaret Izard
- Ella married Charles Buckland PHARAZYN (1868-1938) in 1899
- they had 2 daughters:
1900 - 1968 Nancy Margaret Pharazyn
- Nancy married Philip Lyell BENNETT (1898-1978) in 1924
1904 - 1989 Eileen Ella Pharazyn
- Eileen married Kenneth Ebenezer MYNOTT (1897-1926) in 1924
- Kenneth died 2 years later & she next married Humphrey Joseph PALMER in 1929
Feilding Star, 5 July 1904 BIRTH - PHARAZYN, At Longwood, Featherston, on July 2nd, the wife of C. B. Pharazyn, of a daughter
Wairarapa Daily Times, 12 July 1904 DEATH - PHARAZYN, At Longwood, Featherston, on July 12th, Ella Margaret, wife of C. B. Pharazyn
Wairarapa Daily Times, 14 July 1904 It is with great regret I have to record the death of Mrs Pharazyn, wife of Mr C. B. Pharazyn, of Longwood. The deceased lady had been ill for some time, and previous to her death had been in an unconscious state. Although the best of medical aid was available, Mrs Pharazyn passed away quietly on Tuesday morning, without ever regaining consciousness. The late Mrs Pharazyn was a daughter of Mr C. B. Izard, of Wellington, and leaves two children, the youngest just a week old. Dr A. Izard of Wellington, and Dr Palmer attended deceased
- Charles next married Brenda Campbell HAEM (1885-1940) in 1907

... 7
1872 - Lillian Mabel Izard
- nothing known except at her father's death in 1904 she was Miss Izard

... 8
1873 - 1932 Arnold Woodford Izard
- Arnold did not marry
- he served in WWI as Captain 3/532, embarking from Wellington 1914 & 1915 with the Medical Corps & in 1916 with Ships Permanent Staff (Headwuarters). His next of kin was his brother Charles Hayward Izard at Hill St., Wellington
- he attended Christs College in Christchurch, Trinity College in Cambridge and was at St Bart's Hospital as M.A., M.D., B.C., and later M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. He was a civil surgeon during the Boer War where all the 'diggers' during WWI called him 'Doc'. During that time he was in Samoa
ARNOLD died 13 February 1932 aged 58 & buried plot 31 Q, Soldiers at Karori
- the Izard Scholarship at University of Wellington was established in 1997 from a bequest from the estate of Arnold Woodford Izard. Purpose of award The Scholarship shall be awarded to a student who, in the year of tenure, will be enrolled for a Masters degree (solely by thesis)


MAY ANN IZARD died 18 July 1900 aged 71
Evening Post, 19 July 1900 IZARD - On 18th July, at Hobson-street, Wellington, Mary Ann, wife of Charles B. izard, in her 72nd year. No flowers
CHARLES BEARD IZARD died 24 Oct 1904 aged 75
New Zealand Herald, 24 October 1904 Mr Charles Beard Izard, for many years a well-known lawyer in Wellington, father of Mr C. B. Izard and Dr Izard, died to-day. He represented Wellington South in Parliament (1887-1890)
- they are buried in plot 0712 at Bolton street with daughter Marion (see photo)


NOTES
... OBITUARY of Charles Beard Izard


PHOTO
Charles Beard Izard

from the General Assembly Library :Parliamentary portraits. Ref: 35mm-00119-d-F. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand

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