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Cornelius GREEN + Sarah BARTLETT - Rata, Manawatu

Journal by ngairedith

Cornelius GREEN (1856-1921) married sarah BARTLETT (1859-1939) on 13 September 1877

they lived in Rata which is 9km south of Hunterville and 16km north of Marton, Manawatu


their children were:

1883 - 1959 Charlotte Ann Green
- Charlotte married William David THOMPSON (1880-1964) in 1906


1885 - ? Samuel Percy Green


1887 - ? Ella Ruth Green
- Ella married Albert George CAMPION (1885-?) in 1909
24 April 1909 - WEDDING
CAMPION-GREEN
... A very pretty and interesting wedding took place on Wednesday last, April 21st, at the residence of the bride's parents, "Yoronga", Rata, when Mr Albert George (Bert) Campion, the well-known cyclist of Wanganui, eldest son of Mr A. E. Campion, of Silverhope, was united in the bonds of holy matrimony to Miss Ella Ruth Green, second daughter of Mr C. Green, of Rata. The Rev. Gordon, of Marton, was the officiating minister, and owing to the indisposition of the bride's father the bride was given away by Mr Mathers, of Marton. The bride wore an Empire gown of glace silk, trimmed with silk lace chiffon and silk tassels, with the orthodox veil and orange blossms, and was attended by her sister, Miss Netta Green, who was dressed in embroidered muslin, and little Miss Evelyn Thompson, niece of the bride, whose dress was of white silk trimmed with insertion and lace. Mr Charles Lawson, of Wanganui, acted as best man. The bridegroom's present to the bride was a handsome set of furs, and to each of the bridesmaids a gold brooch. After the ceremony about 30 guests were entertained at breakfast by the parents of the bride, when the usual toasts were honoured. The cake, which was presented by Mr James Stewart, of Christchurch, was a three-tiered one, of very handsome design. Mr and Mrs Campion were the recipients of a large number of valuable and handsome presents. The happy couple left by the 5.45 p.m. train for the South, where the honeymoon will be spent.


1889 - 1978 Leonard Thomas Green
- Leonard married Mary Ellen Louisa DOWN (nee HARTLEY) in 1931
- Her 1st was Walter Isaac DOWN (1882-1971)


1890 - 1989 Nina Mace Green
- Nina married Alexander REID in 1921
- she married Francis Patrick CANAVAN (1890-1971) in 1930
- a son of Thomas & Elizabeth CANAVAN


1893 - 1975 Wilmot Cornelius Green
- Wilmot served in WWI as Rifleman 28467, 9th Reinforcements 4th Battalion, H Company
- Wilmot married Zoe SANSON (1900-1964) in 1920
- daughter of Thomas SANSON & Martha Elizabeth GARNETT of Sanson,Manawatu. Lived for a long time next to the blacksmiths shop at Sanson, also farmed at Whatawhata & Hastings but returned to Sanson


1895 - 1974 Netta Bartlett Green
- Netta married Charles Henry SIGNAL (1891-1968) in 1915
- Charles served in WWI as Lance Corporal 81898 with the 42nd Reinforcements A Company


1897 - 1967 Cecil Galpin Green
24 November 1917 - MILITARY APPEAL
... At the Palmerston North sitting of the Military Service Board yesterday, Cornelius Green appealed for his son, Cecil Galpin Green, 20 years of age, of Rata. The appeal was dismissed, leave being granted till December 13
- Cecil married Dorothy Georgina THORBURN (1900-1959) in 1918


1899 - 1977 Cyril Vincent Green
- Cyril married Nora Elizabeth BUTEMENT (1902-1981) in 1924
- their son Cyril Vincent Green (1921-1942), #NZ402997 with Royal New Zealand Air Force, 75 (NZ) Squadron, RAF, was KILLED IN ACTION 11 August 1942 in Europe. Memorial Panel 117 at Runnymede Memorial, Surrey, United Kingdom



SEE ALSO David BEVINS/GREEN

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on 2011-12-03 18:28:35

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by ngairedith on 2012-02-13 09:39:33

amessage received 12 Feb 2012
- can you help mgray with this query ??

Subject: Green genealogy
To: ngairedith
From: mgray
Date: 2012-02-12 13:49:49


Hi
I am looking into Green genealogy on behalf of a friend whose father was Wally (Wallace?) Wilmot Corneilus Green.

Wally Green was born circa 1917 and served with the airforce in the UK during WWII.

He was killed in a level crossing accident in the mid 1950s and lived at Wanganui for a time.

His son, (name supplied) knows very little about his history and is not online - hence my involvement.

His father's names certainly tie in with those on your website... is this coincidence or are they related?

Hoping you can help

by sjohn on 2012-07-16 09:26:56

contact John Stephenson 06 3453123 3 Tarata Street Wanganui stephensonjohn61@gmail.com for more information

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