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DRUM marriages New Zealand 1891 - 1926

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the known DRUM marriages New Zealand 1891 - 1926:


the DRUM GROOMS

Edward Clement Drum
- married Etta Kruis in 1904

Edward James Drum
- married Annie Inglis in 1894

Francis Drum
- married Elizabeth Annie Brannigan in 1898

Michael Drum (1850-1905) from Ireland (arrive about 1875)
- he married Anne/Annie Gilroy (1857-1939) in 1900
- they lived in Harper St, Sydenham, Christchurch
- Michael died from injuries received in a work accident (in the Hospital, 2 weeks after the event). On August 28 workmen were using a long wooden pole as a lever to raise and remove the old rails of the old tramway in Ferry Road, at the end of the pole was attached a rope on which they were pulling. The rope broke and the pole sprang back, hitting Michael on the head. He was taken to the Hospital but his condition worsened over the next 2 weeks.
- Michael was buried Plot 85, Block 43 at Linwood
- Anne did not remarry. She lived in Harper St, Christchurch. She died 18 Sept 1939 aged 82. She is buried with Michael

Patrick Drum
- married Frances Murphy in 1891

Thomas Joseph Drum
- married Mary Elizabeth Susan Dromgool in 1903



the DRUM BRIDES

Aielie Teresa Drum
- married Hugh Ludwig Gardiner in 1925

Elizabeth Jane Drum
- married John Harvey in 1914

Mary Constance Drum
- married Percy Haggie in 1926

Rose Drum
- married Thomas McAvinue in 1901

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NOTES - see comment below

Mary Anne GILROY married David YEOMAN in 1880

their known children were:

1881 - 1884 David Yeoman
- David died aged 3

1883 - 1966 John Edward Yeoman
- John married Elizabeth Gertrude RIORDAN in 1911

1885 - Annie Yeoman
- Annie married Andrew WHITE in 1903

1888 - Ellen Yeoman
- Ellen married John HILL in 1901

1890 - 1892 Matthew Yeoman
- Matthew died at 16 months

It is possible that David YEOMAN was a widower when he married Mary Ann GILROY:-
... From the STAR (a Christchurch newspaper on 6 March 1879)
The Friends of Mr David Yeoman are respectfuly informed that the Funeral of his late wife, Rachel, will leave his residence, Hill's road, Bingeland, at 2 o'clock on Friday, March 7.

- Rachel was 28 (birth year of about 1851)

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on 2011-07-25 20:11:23

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by ngairedith on 2011-07-25 20:14:55

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on 2011-07-25 19:29:58 JayeGee90 wrote:
... Hi there I'm researching the Gilroy linage of my gg grandmother Bridget Gilroy b abt 1854, immigrated to Christchurch NZ with her 3 sisters. They were from Enniskillen Fermmangh,Ireland. My mother knows one married a 'Drum' of which you have in your list Michael Drum-Annie Gilroy. I'm hoping they are one of the same. Another sister married a 'Yeoman',but unsure of the other. Unable to find any shipping records of their arrival. I have found there to be many variations of the spelling of Gilroy, probably due to their broad accent. My gg grandmother married John O'Donnell b 1843 Donegal Ireland.
I'm hoping you may have some info in regards to the Gilroys? I have my gg g/m death certificate. Which shows her correct name as Gilroy rather the Lroy on her marriage certificate.
Regards Jaye Gee


see above for any additions found for the families Jaye asked about ... (on-going)

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