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Charles Burgess MANN - Karori, Wellington

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a message from spooner 10 nov 2011:
... I note that you have information on Charles and Minnie Mann's children Hazel and Leo.

I am related to Charles Burgess Mann and looking for details of Hazel and Leo. Are you able to pass on any information regarding children, deaths etc




Charles Burgess MANN (1861-1943) was born in Lyttelton, Christchurch, a son of Thomas & Cordelia (1835-1904) MANN
- he married Minnie Ursula COLE (1863-1937) in 1890
they lived in Karori, Wellington

their known children were:

1/ 1896 - ? Leo Furham Hardbattle MANN
- he served in WWI for New Zealand as:
* Serial No.: 3/951
* First Known Rank: Private
* Next of Kin: C.B. Mann (father), Hatton St, Karori, Wellington
* Marital Status: Single
* Enlistment Address: Hatton Street, Karori
* Military District: Wellington
* Body on Embarkation: 6th Reinforcements
* Embarkation Unit: Medical Corps
* Embarkation Date: 14 August 1915
* Place of Embarkation: Wellington, New Zealand
* Transport: HMNZT 27 OR 28
* Vessel: Willochra or Tofua
* Destination: Suez, Egypt
- Leo married Mary Jane DWYER in 1920
- he served in WWII for Australia:
* Serial Number: N77434
* posting at discharge: 11 Garrison Battalion
- in 1932 he is in Sydney and marries Ruby Ellen WINSTANLEY


2/ 1900 - ? NR (Not Recorded) MANN (daughter)
- NR usually indicating a born still baby


3 30 Sept 1901 - 1993 Hazel Lesley MANN
- Hazel married William Mathewson NAIRN (1900-1959) in 1925




TIMELINE for Charles

16 March 1900
MANN - On the 16th March, 1900, at her resience, the wife of C. B. Mann, of a daughter


10 April 1909
Mr Charles B. Mann, who has been appointed superintendent of the Post and Telegraph Stores Department in succession to Mr John Black, retired on superannuation, was born at Lyttelton, where his father, the late Mr Thos. Mann, was a Government officer. Educated at St. Michael and All Angels' Grammar School in Christchurch, Mr Chas. Mann entered the Telegraph Department in Wellington in 1879, and two years later he became assistant storekeeper, a position which he has occupied ever since


8 March 1912
Mr and Mrs C. B. Mann, of Karori, go South to-night, on a visit to Christhurch


2 November 1920
MANN-DWYER - On the 2nd November, 1920, at Wellington, Leo, only son of Mr and Mrs C. B. Mann, of Haitaitai, Wellington, to Mary, elder daughter of the late Mr Michael Dwyer, and Mrs R. Dwyer, of Kirkcaldy, Scotland


26 August 1921
POSTAL OFFICIAL FAREWELLED
The officers of the Stores Branch of the Post and Telegraph Departmnet held a smoke concert in the Scottish Hall on Wednesday night for the purpose of saying farwell to Mr C. B. Mann, who recently retired from the position of Controller of Stores after having served 42 years with the Department ... more at link


13 July 1927
WELLINGTON COURT - BROKEN BYLAWS
... Leo Mann, for using an unregistered motor-lorry, 1


15 October 1927
WELLINGTON
Mr and Mrs C. B. MANN, desire to thank their friends for their kind sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement
... (only sad bereavement found of that approx date was the death of Lucy Maude MANN aged 3 OR Lynley May NAIRN aged 4 days)


May 1933
POKEKE'S JUBILEE
VETERANS OF THE FIELD - SOLDIERS REMEMBERED
... In the "old timers" match the A team, captained by Mitchinson, defeated the B team led by A. J. Griffiths. The match was treated with no more seriousness than usually attaches to such fixtures, and the referee, Mr W. J. Wallace, caused further amusement by ordering one of the players off the field for "questionable conduct"
The parade was led by the club captain, H. Wilson, carrying the club's banner, and he was followed by six 1883 members, Messrs A. F. Wiren (president), W. Beck, S. Dacon, E. Bull, W. Randell and C. B. MANN ... more at link PHOTO of Charles Burgess Mann in centre row. He is 2nd from left, incorrectly named as C. R. Mann


10 July 1937
MANN - On July 10th 1937, Minnie Ursula, beloved wife of Charles Burgess Mann and mother of Mrs W. M. Nairn. Private Interment
- (note no mention of son Leo, possibly deceased?)
- Minnie was 74 years old. She was cremated at Karori


7 June 1943
MANN - The Friends of the late Charles Burgess Mann, 14 Rata Rd., are invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave our Chapel, 25 Kent Tce., on Monday, June 7 1943, at conclusion of Service, which will commence at 10 a.m., for the Crematorium, Karori

N.Z. PACIFIC LODGE, No 2
MANN - The Bretheren of the above Lodge are requested to attend the Funeral of our late Bro. Charles Burgess Mann, which will leave the Chapel of E. Morris, Hunt., Ltd., 25 Kent Tce., on Monday, June 7, 1943, at conclusion of Service which will commence at 10 a.m, for the Crematorium, Karori. By Order, W.M.

- Charles Burgess Mann died on the 4 June 1943, he was 81 years old. He was cremated at Karori


it is possible there may be more on Charles Burgess Mann and his family if you follow this link: CYCLOPEDIA of NZ WELLINGTON PROVINCE

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