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CUMBERPATCH marriages New Zealand 1903 - 1929

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the known CUMBERPATCH marriages in New Zealand 1903 - 1921:


Albert Daniel Cumberpatch (1898-1975)
- born in New Zealand to Daniel CUMBERPATCH & Edith KEMP (read John below)
- married Thelma Charlotte Ada FAASS (1900-1974) in 1921
- Thelma was a daughter of Henry & Edith FAASS

Arthur Cumberpatch (1889-1975)
- born in New Zealand to Daniel CUMBERPATCH & Edith KEMP
- married Elizabeth Hoffman REAY (1890-1973) in 1911

John Cumberpatch (1875-1935)
- John was born in Northampton, England. He was 8 years old when he arrived in New Zealand with his parents, Daniel CUMBERPATCH (1852-1926) & Edith KEMP (1855-1926, and his baby brother William (below) on the IONIC which left London 26 April 1883 with about 400 pssengers, sone for Wellington, some for Christchurch & others, including the Cumberpatch family were destined for Otago.
- like his father & brother, John was a Bootmaker
- John married Agnes Hannah AYREY (1874-1952) in 1903
- their 2 known children (possibly others):
1904 - 1904 Edith Eileen Cumberpatch
- Edith died aged 3 months, buried Plot 1026C at Addington
1905 - 1997 Clarence John Cumberpatch
- John died 3 April 1935 aged 60. He had been living at 27 Wembley street, Sydenham, Christchurch.
- Agnes was born in Christchurch. She died 10 Aug 1852 aged 77. She was till living in Wembley street
- they are buried together in Plot 63, Block 8D at Sydenham cemetery

William Cumberpatch (1883-1929)
- William was an infant when he arrived in New Zealand with his parents (Daniel CUMBERPATCH & Edith KEMP) and his 8 year old brother John (above)
- like his father & brother, William was a Bootmaker
- he married Alice Thompson KING (1885-1963) in 1907
- Alice was a daughter of Thomas KING & Elizabeth THOMPSON
- 3 known children (possibly others)
1908 - 2006 Irene Alice Cumberpatch
1910 - ? Ethel Edith Cumberpatch
1912 - 1993 William Arthur Cumberpatch
- William died 7 April 1929 aged 46
- he had been living at 80 Harman street, Addington, Christchurch
- Alice died 34 years after him, on 6 March 1963 aged 78
- they are buried together in Plot 62, Block 8D at Sydenham


Irene Alice Cumberpatch (1908-2006)
- born in Christchurch to William CUMBERPATCH & Alice Thompson KING
- Irene married Robert Douglas SALT (1905-1979) in 1929
- Robert was a Cabinetmaker. He was born in Manchester, England
- Robert died 10 Feb 1979 aged 74
- Irene died 13 Dec 2006 aged 98
- the are buried together in Plot 139, Block 11, Memorial Park Christchurch


16 June 1883
... Daniel Cumberpatch was a Bootmaker. He & Edith an their 2 sons arrive in Lyttelton, New Zealand on the IONIC (read above). They were destined for Otago but appear to have spent a lot of time in Christchurch, also buried there

8 Dec 1905
... Daniel Cumberpatch was in default to Black, Beattie and Co., (drapers in Christchurch) and was fined in Court £24 17 4d (this is equivalent to Dec 2011 to $3,800)

30 Oct 1907
... John Cumberpatch was fined 20s and costs for riding his bicyle at night without a light

EDITH CUMBERPATCH died 5 January 1923 aged 67
- they were then living at 172 Antigua street, central Christchurch
DANIEL JOSEPH CUMBERPATCH died 8 August 1926 aged 74
- he had been living at 101 Southampton street, Sydenham, Christchurch
they are buried together in Plot 14, Block 8D at Sydenham cemetery

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by lorrainehope on 2012-05-24 02:23:21

My Mothers name was Irene Betty Cumberpatch she was born in Northampton in 1921. I am interested in any Cumberpatches that could be related. My grandmother was Francis Annie Cumberpatch and my grandfather was Henry John Cumberpatch Northampton England my mother told me some of her family migrated to New Zealand some to America and others went to Nottingham England all the original Cumberpatches that I can trace from others were around in the 16th C first from Kingsthorpe Northampton then to Moulton then they spread out to Northampton then Kettering and all over the world.

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