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Henry Richmond SAYCE - 99th Regiment, Te Arai 1866

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from "Bulletins and Other State Intelligence
7 JULY 1857 London
- 99M Foot, Henry Richmond Sayce, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Grenville, promoted

from "The London Gazette
19 JULY 1859
- Ensign Henry Richmond Sayce to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Burton. Dated 15 May, 1859


IN 1864 Henry appears to have been in Hong Kong where this photo of Lieutenant Henry Richmond Sayce in civilian clothes was taken.
He served in the Regiment from 1857 to 1864.
Photographer: Ye-Chung, 413 Queen's Road, Hong Kong



Henry Richmond SAYCE
married in 1866 in New Zealand to:
Fanny ASHDOWN
27 Septeber 1866 at the Registar Hakuru, near Mangawai, Henry R. Sayce, Esq., of Te Arai, late of the H.M. 99th Regiment, to Fanny, eldest daughter of William Ashdown, Esq., of Te Arai, near Mangawai. Home papers please copy

HENRY & FANNY had 3 CHILDREN in New Zealand

... 1
1867 - Henry Richmond Sayce
30 June 1867
On June 30, at Te Arai, the wife of H. R. Sayce, Esq., late 99th regiment, of a son


... 2
1869 - Charles Tordiffe Sayce



... 3
1869 - Clara Fanny Jane Sayce
16 September 1869
at Te Arai, the wife of H. R. Sayce, Esq., of a daughter


TIMELINE

16 Nov 1864 - ARRIVAL of the S.S. AUCKLAND from Melbourne
CARGO:- 1 parcel for H. R. SAYCE


14 April 1866 - RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE, WHANGAREI HEADS
... SAYCE, Henry Richmond, 68 Te Arai, household, Te Arai, lot 68; attested by William Ashdown


12 April 1867 to JOHN WILLIAMSON, Esq., M.G.A
... SIR, in consequence of the Resignation of FREDERICK WHITAKER, Esq., of the office of Superintendent of the Province of Auckland, we, the undersigned Electors, solicit your sanction to be Nominated a Candidate in the forthcoming Election for the said office and we hereby pledge ourselves to support you in that contest by our votes and interest. We are satisfied that from your extensive experience in our provincial affairs, and also by your long and able advocacy of the various interests connected therewith, you are entitled to our fullest confidence, and we will use every legitimate means in our power to secure your election.
We are, Sir, Your obedient servants ... and
* William Ashdown
* H. Sayce


20 March 1868
... The following gentlemen have been elected highway trustees for Te Arai:
John BROWN
William LAURENCE
Henry SAYCE
Dennis SHANNON
Thomas Green SHEPHERD


3 Nov 1868 - Auckland Post Office
... FOUND - A LETTER containing Money, addressed "H. R. Sayce, Esq., Post-Office, Auckland, New Zealand," has been left at this office, and will be returned to the owner on payment of the cost of this advertisement, and a slight reward to the finder


27 Feb 1869 - AUCKLAND WOOL SALE
... Mr ALFRED BUCKLAND's fourth and last wool sale for the season took place yesterday at the Haymarket. The following is a list of prices:-
* H. R. Sayce - a bag S in diamond, half-bred, grease, 6d - Osborne


29 Nov 1869
... AUCTION, Farm at Te Arai. The subscribers have received instructions from Mr H. R Sayce, J.P., who is leaving the district to sell, at the Land Mart, Fort street, on Wednesday, the 1st December at 12 o'clock
A FARM of 184 acres, at Te Arai, near Mangawai, partly in grass, Garden, and Orchard, with a comfortable Six-roomed House, Out-buildings, Stockyard, &c., thereon erected


24 Dec 1870
... Denis McManus, a gumdigger was burned to death. an inquest was held at the Riverhead Hotel before Mr Henry Richmond Sayce, J.P


20 July 1871 ship "Wild Duck", 736 tons, Baillie, for London
... PASSENGERS:
Mr and Mrs CADDY and family (3)
Mrs BATTEN and family (3)
Mr and Mrs G. EDMONDS and child
Mr and Mrs HARRISON
Mr E. R. VYVYAN
Mr H. R. SAYCE


28 October 1871
... The Partnership betwen H. R SAYCE and J. FARRELL, as Brewers at Riverhead, is dissolved by mutual consent. The Business will be carried on by H. R. SAYCE


30 Jan 1872
... Henry Clarke was brought up in the Auckland Court on a charge of stealing 1 cwt. of gum and a 5 gallon keg of beer from H. R. Sayce


10 May 1873 - AUCKLAND
.. The following persons are objected to as not being entitled to have their names retained on the List of Voters for the Electorial District of Waitemata:-
781. SAYCE, Henry Richmond, Pitoitoi. household, Pitoitoi, dwelling, gone away; objected to by * H. C. Balneavis, registration officer
* Henry Colin Balneavis (1818-1876)

this family then disappears from New Zealand


IN 1877 Henry is in Gloucester, England where he invented an "improved means for shielding or protecting troops"

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