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DAWICK marriages New Zealand - 1879 - 1930

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some DAWICK marriages in New Zealand 1879 - 1930:


the DAWICK GROOMS

Arthur George Dawick (1872-1938)
- married Annie Eliza PEPPER (1874-1963) in 1897
- Arthur was living in North St Palmerston North in 1938
- Annie was living in Waldegrace St in 1963
- they had:
1897 - 1982 Mary Rebecca Dawick
1900 - 1982 Amy Ellen Dawick
1903 - 1987 Arthur Samuel Dawick
1905 - 1996 George Henry Dawick
1908 - ???? Rita Louisa Dawick


Charles Alfred Dawick (1871-1962)
- Charles was the 3rd son of Samuel & Elizabeth Dawick
- he died in Awapuni (5km from Palmerston North cemtre) aged 91, and cremated at Palmerston North
- married Hannah DOUGALL (1870-1956) 9 September 1902 a the Leith Street Congregational Church, Dunedin
- Hannah was the youngest daughter of John Dougall of Quarantine Island, Port Chalmers, Dunedin
- they moved to Palmerston North
- Hannah was living in Church St Palmerston North
- they had:
1906 - Irene Elizabeth Dawick
1907 - 1992 Alfred Dougall Dawick
- both Irene and Alfred received Proficiency Certificates in Life Saving in October 1920 from the Royal Life-Saving Club


Edward Samuel Dawick (1868-1941)
- son of Samuel & Elizabeth Dawick
- had the Dawick Buffet (see notes)
- married Catherine McKENTY (1872-1943) in 1896
- was a Caretaker in Palmerston North. Lived in Lombard St
- they had:
1900 - ???? Nellie Letitia Dawick
1906 - 1978 Percy George Dawick
1909 - 1979 Arthur Daniel Dawick
- In November 1903, Edward attended the wedding of Charlotte MAGILL in Dannevirke and 'gave away' the bride when she married David LEWIS of Shannon. His daughter Nellie was a bridesmaid


William Harold Dawick (1906-1963)
- son of William Thomas DAWICK & Edith HODDINOTT
- had the Dawick Buffet (see notes)
- he was a Merchant, living in THompson St Palmerston North
- married Myrtle Annie Louisa STRATTON (1905-1996) in 1930
- Myrtle was living in Auckland


William Thomas Dawick (1864-1917)
- son of Samuel & Elizabeth Dawick
- was living in Thompson St Palemrston North in 1917
- married Mary Letitia BLACK (1869-1901) in 1893
- they had:
1895 - 1895 Samuel Dawick (died aged 1 day)
1897 - 1961 Frank Pagett Dawick
1899 - 1968 David Leslie Dawick
1901 - Rebecca Boyd Dawick
- Mary was living in Otaki in 1901
- he next married Edith HODDINOTT (1870-1966) on 7 October 1903 at the Native Mission Church, Otaki
- Edith was the youngest daughter of John Hoddinott of Marlow-on-Thames, London
- she was living in Albert St Palmerston North in 1966
- their (known, possibly other) children were:
1904 - Elizabeth Mary Dawick
1907 - 1963 William Harold Dawick
1909 - Edith Muriel Dawick
1916 - 2005 Kenneth Dawick
- served in WWII as Flight Lieutenent NZ391828 in Battle of Britain



the DAWICK BRIDES

Amy Ellen Dawick (1900-1982)
- married Ross Nathaniel MEIKLE in 1930

Elizabeth Mary Dawick
- married Laurence Richard WILCOCK in 1923

Mary Rebecca Dawick (1897-1982)
- married Sidney Edwin Harker BRIDEN in 1921

Sarah Maria Dawick (1862-1939)
- daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth Dawick
- married James FREELAND in 1879


NOTES
- the Dawick Brothers, (Arthur George & William Thomas & Edward Samuel) had the Dawick Buffet in Rangitikei street Palmerston North for many years, as did their parents before them.
This was one of the best known hostelries in Palmerston North. It was destroyed by a fire which started in the nearby, newly opened, Tattersall's blliard room in October 1897. It was re-erected in 1898 as a two storied brick building with 40 rooms, including 24 bedrooms.
It was upgraded in 1902 and became a 60 room hotel
It later became the New Royal Hotel which changed hands in 1923 for £25,000 (a 2011 equivalnet of about $2,311,000)
In 1901 William also purchased the 'Coffee Palace' in Main street


from the FEILDING STAR 13 August 1900:
... It is with regret we have to announce the death at her residence, Palmerston North, of Mrs Elizabeth Dawick, relict of the late Samuel Dawick, which occurred yesterday. Mrs Dawick arrived at Hobart 1854, and after remaining there for about a year landed in Wellington with her husband in 1855. After residing in Wellington for some years Mr and Mrs Dawick took up their residence in Palmerston twenty-five years ago where they remained until the time of her death. Mr Dawick pre-deceased his wife about ten years ago (December 1888 aged 59). A family of four sons and one daughter survive Mrs Dawick, and they all reside in Palmerston with the exception of one son, who lives at Kimbolton. The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock tomorrow


on 5 September 1900 Rebecca Dawick's (1833-1900) probate was granted to William Thomas and Arthur George Dawick


DAWICK buried in Palmerston North

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