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Henry Butler HOSNELL - Sydney NSW to Taita Lower Hutt

Journal by ngairedith

Henry Butler HOSNELL was born 1884 in Sydeny, NSW

He married in New Zealand in 1912 to Louisa Jane ARCHER
- a daughter of John ARCHER from London who settled in Carterton and Louis Ellen CLIMO
- Louisa Jane died 4 years later aged 26

Henry Butler Hosnell next married Bernice Ada Elizabeth DRAPPER in 1916
- Henry died 8 May 1942 in Wellington Hospital aged 58
- he is buried in Taita
- Bernice died 2 years later

From the EVENING POST - 6 January 1912
... At St Mark`s Church, on Wednesday afternoon, Mr. Henry B. Hosnell, second son of Mr H. J. Hosnell, of Sydney, New South Wales, was married to Miss Louisa Jane Archer, second daughter of the late Mr John Archer, of Clareville. The Rev. R. Young was the officiating minister. After the wedding reception at the residence of the bride`s mother, Clareville, Mr. and Mrs. Hosnell left on their honeymoon tour to Wanganui. Their future home will be at Clareville

From the EVENING POST - 9 May 1942
... HOSNELL - On May 8, 1942, at Wellington Hospital, of 67 Nelson Street, Petone, and father of Clarrie and Les (overseas), Tim (N.Z.A.S.C.), Kathleen, and Margaret; aged 63 years (sic). Late of Carterton0 R.I.P.

From the EVENING POST - 9 May 1942
... HOSNELL - The Friends of the late Henry Butler Hosnell are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave the Church of the Sacred Heart, Britannia Street, Petone, on Monday, May 11, 1942 at 9.30a.m., for the Taita Cemetery.
J.E. Croft Ltd., Funeral Directors, Hutt and Petone
Telephone 60-531 and 63-828

From the EVENING POST - 19 May 1942
... HOSNELL - Mrs Hosnell and Family, wish to Thank all friends in the recent sad bereavement; also the Doctors and Nurses of the Wellington Public Hospital

From the EVENING POST - 8 May 1943
... HOSNELL - In memory of our dear father Henry Butler Hosnell, who died May 8, 1942
You are gone from all sadness and pain
But in our hearts you will for ever remain
Inserted by his loving sons and daughters, Clarence, Tim, Les (overseas), Margaret and Kathleen

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