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Edward Brendon GICHARD & Emma Jane FREETHY - Feilding + Dannevirke

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EDWARD BRENDON GICHARD (1851-1927)
was born in St Blazey, Cornwall, England
- a son of William George GICHARD & Julia Henna PARKYN

Edward married EMMA JANE FREETHY (1874-1922)

they had 4 children:

... 1
1877 - 1955 Edward Freethy Gichard
- Edward married Alice May O'BRIEN (1887-1971) in 1909
- Edward died in Pahiatua, 8 March 1955 aged 78
- Alice died 16 years later, 4 April 1971 aged 84 in Pahiatua
- her last address was 34 Albert St, Pahiatua
- they are buried Grave 29, Plot 11, Block 4 at Mangatainoka


... 2
1878 - 1967 Brendon Gichard
- born in Feilding
- he married Esther MITCHELL (1880-1964) in 1903
- their known children:
1903 - Allan Cyril Brendon Gichard
- Allan married Nora Gladys Irene HITCHMAN in 1930
- they later divorced. Nora is buried with her father, William Hitchman in Mangatera
1906 - 1984 Lawrence Albert Gichard
- Brendon died in Hastings
- Esther died 3 years later, 17 April 1964 aged 84 in Dannevirke
- she is buried Plot 5, Block LD in Mangatera cemetery


... 3
1882 - 1884 Alfred Edward Brendon Pentire Gichard
- Alfred died 26th Sep 1884 aged 2 at his parents home, Manchester St, Feilding


... 4
1885 - 1949 Lillian 'Lily' Louisa Margaret Gichard
- Lily never married
- she died 12 March 1949 aged 64 in Dannevirke
- she is buried Plot 11, Block CG at Mangatera cemetery



TIMELINE

Edward was a Butcher in Manchester Street, Feilding

30 Sep 1878 - Feilding
... Notice is hereby given that the partnership which has for some time past been carried on by William JOUGHIN and Edward Brendon GICHARD, at Feilding, in the trade or business of Butchers, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. And notice is further given that the said business will be continued from the date hereof by Edward Brendon Gichard alone, by whom all credits due to the late firm will be received and debts paid.
As witness our hands this 24th day of September 1878 WILLIAM JOUGHIN, EDWARD BRENDON GICHARD. Witness - John PRIOR, Solicitor, Sanson and Feilding

16 Sep 1882 - Feilding
... Edward wrote to the Feilding Borough Council asking that they erect a verandah in front of his premises facing Manchester-street

13 Dec 1883 - Wanganui
... In the District Court of Wanganui, holden at Palmerston North. In the matter of "The Debtors and Creditos" Act, 1876" and the several amendments thereof, and of the bankruptcy of JOHN HENRY ROBERTS, of Feilding, in the provincial district of Wellington, carter, a debtor.
This is to notify that at the first meeting of creditors of the above-named debtor holden at the Court House, Palmerston North, on Tuesday, the 11th day of December, 1883, EDWARD BRENDON GICHARD, of Feilding, butcher, was duly elected to be the creditors trustee in bankruptcy of the property of the said debtor, and the said Edward Brendon Gichard has duly signified to me in writing his acceptance of such office. Dated this 11th day of December 1883, A. R. THEODORE HAULTAIN, Clerk of the Disctrict Court, Palmerston North

27 June 1884 - Manawatu Election
... To D. H. MacARTHUR, Esq., Sir, In view of the impending dissolution of Parliament, we, the undersigned, request that you will allow yourself to be nominated as a candidate for the Manawatu seat, and in the event of your standing, we pledge ourselves to do all in our power to secure your return
signed: ... & E. B. GICHARD

28 June 1884 - Feilding
... Manchester & Grey Street Butchery. E. B. GICHARD, Proprietor. Families waited on for orders, Small goods of every description always on hand. Terms monthly

27 Sep 1884 - Feilding
... We regret to learn that the infant son of Mr E. B. Gichard, after suffering for some time from a bronchial affection, succumbed to the complaint yesterday morning. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents

17 Jan 1885 - Masonic Lodge at Marton
... On Thursday last the brethren from many of the Lodges on this coast assembled in Marton to assist at the consecration of a new Lodge, to be called the Ruapehu, and the ceremony of installing the officers in their several positions.
THe members of the Feilding Lodge, 1940, E.C. present were Bros:
W. G. HAYBITTLE, W.M.
G. KIRTON, P.M.
P. THOMPSON, J.W.
T. W. K. FOSTER, Secretary
P. BARTHOLOMEW, treasurer
R. LOUDON, S.D.
J. NILSSON, JD
H. L. SHERWILL, IG
E. B. GICHARD, OG
E. GREGORY
J. A. MacDONALD
W. L. BAILEY
James HUGLI
H. J. BOOTH
C. ROE
J. HASTIE

2 April 1885 - Feilding
... Last night two stacks of hay, the joint property of Messrs J. Newman and E. B. Gichard, were toatlly destroyed by fire. The hay was valued at 80 {2012 equivalent of $14,000} and was uninsured

23 April 1885 - Feilding
... Edward Gichard was one of the "undersigned burgesses of the Borough of Feilding" requesting that D. H MacArthurh Esq., M.H.R. allow himself to be nominated for the position of Mayor of the Borough

3 Nov 1885 - Feilding
... To-day we publish the business advertisemnet of Mr E. B GICHARD, of the Smithfield Butchery, corner of Manchester and Grey streets. Mr Gichard in thanking his customers for their suppurt in the past, desires them to especially note the advantages he now holds out to them

13 February 1886 - Feilding
... SMITHFIELD BUTHERY (The Oldest Established Shop in the Borough of Feilding), Corner of Manchester & Grey steets. E. B. GICHARD, Proprietor desires to thank his numerous customers for their kind patronage accorded him during the past and hopes for a continuance of their favors in the future. Customers waited on daily for orders. Prime Beef, Mutton and Pork always on hand. Small Goods promptly made up.
N.B. Small profits and quick returns

1 April 1886 - Feilding
... FOR SALE by the undersigned, a 2-horse CHAFF CUTTING MACHINE. For further particulars apply to E. B. GICHARD, Smithfield Butchery, Manchester Street

8 May 1886 - Feilding Courthouse
... MEETING OF CREDITORS of R. B. FEARON, held in the COurhouse yesterday, the following were present:
The debtor, R. B. Fearon and his solicitor, Mr Sandiland
E. B. Gichard 11 18s 5d ($2,000 in 2012)
T. T. Chamberlain 7 2s 9d
A. W. F. Halcombe 5 12s 3d

12 June 1886 - Feilding
... Edward wrote to the Feilding Borough Council asking permission from the Council to make a drain into the culvert in Manchester street

11 Nov 1886 - Feilding
... We regret to learn the E. B. Gichard inflicted a serious wound on himself on Tuesday last when cutting up some beef. It appears his knife slipped and cut deep into his leg. Mr Gichard is confined to his bed

11 Nov 1886 - Feilding
... We the undersigned intend closing our respective places of business to-morrow (Friday), the 19th inst., being the Manawatu and West Coast Agricultural and Pastoral Association's First Grand Annual Show at Palmerston North:
C. Bray
W. Carthew, from 10a.m. to 6 p.m.
E. J. Cottrell, from 10 a.m.
G. Crichton, from 10 a.m.
E. & C. A. Corporation
J. W. Eade
G. W. Fowles, from 10 a.m.
E. B. Gichard, from 10 a.m.
S. Goodbehere
B. Gosling
W G. Haybittle, from 10 a.m.
C. Henry
J. M. Higgin
F. R. Jackson & Co.
M. Keen, from 10 a.m.
Kirton & Curtis, from 10 a.m.
F. R. Linton
R. McLean
J. Pollock from 10 a.m.
Prior & Sandilands
J. L. Rees
H. Rutherford, from 10 a.m.
Stevens & Gorton
S. J. Thompson, from 10 a.m.
F Train, from 10 a.m.

9 June 1887 - Sandon, Manawatu
... Notice is berby given that poison has been laid on my grounds, No 84, Sandon, and all person found trespassing on the same will be prosecuted. E. B. Gichard

18 June 1887 - Feilding
... Our respective Butchers Shops will be closed on Monday and Tuesday next:
E. B. Gichard, Smithfield Butchery
Thomas Hirst, Manchester Butchery
F. R. Linton, Kimbolton Butchery
H. Rutherford, Feilding Butchery

10 March 1888 - Feilding
... in the Assessment Court, Edward had suburban section 154, the name of Andrew Diamond was substituted

10 April 1888
... It is again our unpleasant duty to chronicle the destruction of another store by fire in Feilding. This morning, about three o'clock fire was discovered in the coach-house in the rear of Mr J. C. Thompson's old store, which was occupied at the time by Mr S. Fagan, of Bulls, as a boot shop on one side and on the other by Messrs Clarke and CO., as a drapery. Mrs Gichard, the wife of Mr E. B. Gichard, whose premises immediately adjoin the scene of the fire, was disturbed by the noise made by some geese in the yard, about 2.50 a.m., and seeing the strange light, arounsed her husband, who turned out at once. On proceeding into the back premises of the building known as Thompson's old store he found a portion of the carriaged shed and stable blazing furiously. In the meatime, Mr John Hitchman, who was attending the furnaces in Mr Bowler's brickyard, saw the fire about 3.10 a.m., and started to rouse out the people in Grey street, a considerable crowd being assembled then. Mr Gichard, with great presence of mind, broke in the front of the store and assisted by a number of willing hands, did good service in removing the stock from danger into the street, where it was taken charge of by Constable Meehan. Mr Macarthur did good service in preventing the sparks getting a lodgment on the shingle roof of the houses lower down the street. Messrs A. Eade, W. Lambert of Palmerston, J. Taylor, Ben Gosling, W. Chamberlian and J. Hitchman did yeomans service in saving the private residence of Mr J. C. Thompson, Messrs Young, Brandt, J. Smith and others carried and carted the salvaged goods to Glasgow House where they are now stored. Mrs Fagan and a young girl who slept on the premises, narrowly escaped death as the greatest difficulty was experienced in awakening them.
We have necessarily omitted the names of a great number of person who worked hard and well in saving Mr H. Rutherford's premises, whose names we have been unable to ascertain. Mr J. C. Thompsn's store was uninsured but Messrs Clark and Co were insured in Wellington by the firm there and Mr Fagan in the Colonial for a small amount

1 May 1888
... Mr John Taylor has just turned out a very neat job of an iron railing to surround the grave of a child of Mr E. B. Gichard of this town. The work has been very tastefuly executed

25 Sep 1888 - Feilding
... We regret to learn that a son of Mr E. B. Gichard, while riding a pony n his father's premises on Saturday last, met with some painful injuries to one of his arms. Throgh some means or other the pony fell and threw its rider, with the result as stated above. Fortunately no bones were broken and the sufferer is now progressing favorably

20 Oct 1888 - Feilding
.. NOTICE - All debts owing to me on Saturday, October 27th will be sued for without respect of Persons. E.B. GICHARD, Butcher

15 Dec 1888 - Feilding
... GICHARD'S CASH GROCERY STORE, corner Manchester & Grey streets, Feilding. E. B. GICHARD begs to announce hat he has opened the above store and trusts, by keeping none but the Best and Freshest Goods, combined with Moderate Charges for Cash, to merit a share or public patronage. All lines of Groceries, comprising Teas, Sugars, Flour, Cured Fish, Confectionery, Fresh Fruit &c., kept in stock. Cash buyer of Eggs, Butter and Produce generally

20 June 1889 - Feilding
... The undermentioned Properties forming part of the Estate of Late Mr Thomas Price, are for sale by private treaty: FIFY ACRES of open Land on the Feilding-Awahuri Road, being part of Native Section No. 147, with good Dwelling-house and Slaughteryard, subect to a lease to Mr E. B. Gichard which has 4 years to run from the 16th day of September next at the rental of 50 a year

1 June 1895 - Pahiatua
... Mr E. B. Gichard, formerly of Feilding, now residing at Pahiatua, has been adjudged a bankrupt



Emma Gichard died 25 March 1922 aged 75
- her last address was Trafalgar St., Dannevirke
- she is buried Plot 37, Block U at Mangatera cemetery
Edward Brendon Gichard died 9 July 1927 aged 79
- his last address was Trafalgar St, Dannevirke
- he is buried with Emma



PHOTO
GRAVE of Edward's son EDWARD FREETHY GICHARD
& his wife ALICE MAY O'BRIEN at Mangatainoka

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