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HOBY marriages New Zealand - 1873 - 1924

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the known HOBY marriages in New Zealand 1873 - 1924:

the HOBY GROOMS

Arthur Hubert Hoby (1884-1958)
- married Katharine Miriam PEGG (1887-1967) in 1910

George Hoby (1881-1945)
- married Muriel Violet BOYD (1883-1974) in 1907

Oliver Edward Hoby (1844-1929)
- married Ellen PRATT (1853-1928) in 1873
- their known children were:
1875 - Hetty Ellen Hoby
1877 - Harold Oliver Hoby
1878 - Ethel Mary Hoby
- Oliver & Ellen were Farmers in New Plymouth & buried Te Henui

Percy Hoby
- married Beatrice Susan DREW in 1903
- their known children were:
1903 - 1903 Dewdney George Hoby (died aged 3 days)
1905 - 1958 Percy Ruffell Hoby
1906 - Basil William George Hoby
- Percy & Beatrice farmed in New Plymouth & buried Te Henui

Philip Hoby (1890-1968)
- married Hilda RICE (1883-1950) in 1912
- daughter of *John Harkness RICE & Emily PENFOLD-GARRETT
- they were Dairy Farmers in Upper Timaru Rd. Tataraimaka, New Plymouth
- Hilda died 21 Nov 1950 aged 66, buried Tataraimaka cemetery
- Philip died 27 Oct 1968 aged 78 & buried with Hilda

Stanley Hoby
- married Una RICE (1893-1963) in 1915
- daughter of John Harkness RICE & Emily PENFOLD-GARRETT
- they had a son in 1918, Stanley Rice Hoby who died aged 19 in January 1938 & is buried in Tataraimaka cemetery
- Stanley Hoby served in WWI as Corporal (later Sergeant) 11/2119 with the NZEF, 9th Reinforcements Wellington Mounted Rifles, B Squadron. He was KILLED IN ACTION 4 Feb 1918 in France
- Una remarried in 1924 to Denis Willacy LONGLEY (1896-1959)


the HOBY BRIDES

Amy Frances Hoby (1879-1970)
- married George Gordon GROVER (1869-1954) in 1903

Bertha Margaret Hoby (1888-1972)
- married Henry Gordon ADDENBROOKE (1888-1938) in 1910

Clara Hoby
- married William BERRIDGE in 1874
- their known children were:
1875 - Annie Berridge
1876 - William George Berridge
1878 - Thomas Arthur Berridge
1880 - Amy Mary Berridge
1881 - Eleanor Letitia Berridge
1883 - Charles Oliver Berridge
1888 - Percy Barnet Berridge
1890 - Norman Berridge

Clara Grace Jessie Hoby
- married Horace Leigh DECK in 1912

Clara Minnie Hoby (1882-1968)
- married James Gildart MOTTRAM (1875-1945) in 1901

Constance Eleanor Hoby (1883-1980)
- married Clifton James WOOD (1884-1966) in 1909

Dora Maude Hoby (1886-1976)
- married Arthur Reginald SOMMERVILLE (1890-1944) in 1915

Hannah Amy Hoby
- married Robert North KEELING in 1868
- their known children were:
1870 - Katherine Amy Keeling
1875 - Percival North Keeling
1877 - Robert Morgan Keeling
1879 - Eleanor May Keeling
1884 - Lewis John Keeling
1887 - Phyllis Carre Drinkwater Keeling

Hettie Ellen Hoby (1876-1954)
- married Austin Bell LEECH (1862-1941) in 1898
- their known children were:
1898 - Lawrie Bell Leech
1900 - Margaret Isabel Leech
1901 - Barbara Ellen Ngarue Leech
1903 - Jean Freda Leech
1907 - Anthony John Leech

Una Hoby (nee RICE)
- married Denis Willacy LONGLEY (1896-1959) in 1924


*John Harkness Rice (taken from NZETC and written about 1905)
... was Headmaster of the South School, Oamaru, was born in 1848 at Birr, Ireland, and was educated at the Santry Training College, Dublin, where he studied for his profession and became licensed to teach. For five years before leaving for the colonies, he taught in private schools and colleges in England, and arrived in Port Chalmers by the ship Atrato, in 1874. Mr. Rice at once joined the service of the Education Board, and was appointed third master at the Oamaru Grammar school. Two years later he became first assistant, and on the opening of the South school, in 1877, he was appointed to the position he has since continuously held. Mr. Rice is a past master of Lodge Waitaki E.C., and is captain of the cadet corps, which numbers sixty-three, in connection with the South school. He was captain of the I Battery for a similar period, and later had the rank of quartermaster of the North Otago Battalion. He has takeri a general interest in football and cricket clubs, and is a member of the Oamaru Chess Club, and also of the Phoenix Bowling Club and of the Korero Club. Mr. Rice was married, in 1879, to a daughter of Mr. E. Penfold, of London, and has one son and four daughters
NOTE their son, Harkness Henry Rice served in WWI as Corporal 39317 with the NZEF, 22nd Reinforcements Otago Infantry Regiment, D Company. He was killed in action in Ypres, Belgium 12 Oct 1917




PHOTO
Corporal Stanley Hoby of Bell Block, Taranaki

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