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CUDD marriages New Zealand 1884 - 1931

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some CUDD marriages in New Zealand 1884 - 1931


the CUDD GROOMS

Cecil Francis Cudd (1899-1982)
- married Mary Gladys SHEEHAN (1905-1961) in 1923

George Edward Cudd (1873-1925)
- married Margaret BOYLE (1880-1969) in 1897
- their known chidren:
1898 - ? Ida Dorothy Cudd
1899 - 1982 Cecil Francis Cudd
1901 - 1984 George Edward Cudd
1903 - 1969 John William Cudd
1905 - 1937 Lilian May Cudd

John William Cudd (1903-1969)
- married Christina Vera/Veronica BARTOSH (1906-1985) in 1931



the CUDD BRIDES

Alice Cudd
- married Amos WILLIAMSON (1868-1936) in 1897

Clara Leonora Gertrude Cudd (1863-1938)
- married Walter GREY in 1884
... 16 Feb 1884 - On the 16th February, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. A. Taylor, WALTER, eldest son of Mr John Grey, Eden Crescent, Auckland, to CLARA LEONORA GERTRUDE, only daughter of *Mr E.J. Cudd, New Plymouth. - Isle of Man papers please copy

Emma Lucy Cudd (1868-1924)
- Emma had a base born daughter, Alice Maud Cudd, in 1886
- Emma married Frederick William THORNE in 1887

Ida Dorothy Cudd
- married Charles Victor ASHWELL in 1918

Lilian May Cudd (1905-1937)
- married Malcolm Denis WALSH (1904-1964) in 1925



NOTES
* Edward James CUDD - New Plymouth
... The death ocurred on Tuesday, 18 December 1906, of Mr E. J Cudd at his residence in Devon-street. The deceased gentleman was born in the Isle of Man, and was a son of Mr W. H. Cudd, who fought under Nelson as a first Lieutenant, and was wounded in the knee at the Battle of St. Vincent, and eventualy pensioned off for life. The late Mr Cudd arrived in the colony by the ship "Cresswell" about the year 1854. At that time there was no land to be had, but Mr Cudd with his relatives took whatever work was available, this being principally bush felling and general farm work. Subsequently Mr Cudd came into New Plymouth and took a position in the late Mr Sharland's store, situated in Devon-street. Some time later he lost his wife who was a sister of the Hon. T. Kelly and Mr J. Kelly. He remained in Mr Sharland's employ for some time, and later married the widow of the late Mr Josias Hoskin. He took over the management of the business that had been carried on by Mr Hoskin which he continued for some years in the premises adjoining those at present occupied by Mr Dockrill. He was one of the eary pioneers and had to take his share of the hardships of those stirring times. In private life Mr Cudd was quiet and unassuming, making no enemies, but claiming a large circle of friends, and in business life he was one of those whose word was his bond. He was a member of the Wesleyan Church, and a trustee of Liardet-street church until quite recently. He was in his 83rd year. His relatives will have much sympathy in their bereavement.

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