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I am looking for descendants of Charlotte Hannah Aldridge of Hill St, Onehunga who apparently married John Wilson Filmer 1917

Question by Julie Ann Filmer

the FEATHERSTON cemetery SOLDIERS - page 1 - ALEXANDER to OGLE ...18 Apr 2010 ... FILMER, JOHN WILSON BORN - 1898, Auckland, 1 of 4 children ..... MARRIED - Charlotte Hannah ALDRIDGE of Hill St, Onehunga in 1917 (she was ...
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A photograph has been found of John Wilson Filmer.

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on 2011-01-02 06:37:47

Julie Ann Filmer , from New Zealand, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jan 2011. is researching the following names: ALDRIDGE.

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by ngairedith on 2011-01-02 07:00:15
by ngairedith on 2011-01-02 07:23:46

Hi there,

Charlotte Hannah ALDRIDGE married Alfred Ernest KEMP on 11 April 1917

Alfred died on 15 November 1918 aged 29 during the Flu Pandemic

Charlotte remarried on 28 October 1925 to Thomas Hubert Domonie HAWES

Thomas Hubert DAWES died in 1962 aged 64
Charlotte Hannah HAWES died in 1969 aged 79

by Julie Ann Filmer on 2011-01-02 19:57:56

Thank you for your response, for some reason someone has entered that John Wilson Filmer born 1898, died 1918 and buried at Featherton Cemetry married Charlotte Hannah Auldridge in 1917, I cannot find any further information relating to John Wilson Filmer other than his parents, I was hoping there is extended family that could enlighten me on his family history, whether or not he did in fact get married and if there are any living relatives as it would be nice for them to contact the lady that has the photo.

by ngairedith on 2011-01-02 21:49:49

Hello again,

Both John Wilson FILMER & Alfred Ernest KEMP died during the Flu Pandemic at the Featherston Military Camp

John died on 10 November 1918 at 3.55am aged 20
- he is buried in Grave 700
Alfred died on 15 November 1918 at 2pm aged 29
- he is buried in Grave 591

ps - John Filmer did not marry

His parents were:
John Andrew FILMER (15 Nov 1870- 19 May 1926) &
Mary Agnes RATHBONE (1877-1959)

- John & Mary are buried in Area 1 Block F Lot No 139A at Waikaraka cemetery Auckland. Their headstone reads:
'In loving memory of John Andrew beloved husband of Mary Filmer died 22 Nov 1926. Also George 1876-1932(), beloved brother of the above and Louisa Beswick died 4 Feb 1932. Also their beloved son John Wilson Filmer died at Featherstone Military Camp 10 Nov 1918. Also his beloved mother Mary Agnes died 19 April 1959 in her 83rd yr. Loved by all"

- John Wilson Filmer's siblings were:
1896 - 1966 Alma Gertrude Filmer
- Alma married Selwyn Benjamin OLNEY (1892-1984) in 1921

1902 - 1992 Evelyn Mona Filmer
- Evelyn married Christopher James Fallon McGRANE (1899-1990) in 1927

1907 - 1970 Walter Comfort Filmer
- he was married to Mavis Gladys ?
- Walter died aged 62 on 1 February 1920 and is also buried at Waikaraka in Area 6 Block A Lot No 147
- Mavis died on 12 Nov 1989 aged 81 and is buried with him

hoping some reader will know of living relaties for you

by DennisJones on 2011-08-17 15:12:35

John Wilson Filmer was a descendant of John Andrew Filmer and Agnes Mary Rathbone. John Wilson in fact is my 1st Cousin 2x removed. Basically most of us "filmer cuzzys" are descendants of William Filmer (one of the fencibles) and Catherine Rehill. My Grandmother was born a Filmer.

According to my research John Wilson never married

I have names and details of filmer grandparents (and many others) back to Robert De Fynemere (1228-1308) if it helps.

by DennisJones on 2011-08-17 15:18:51

Sorry - William Filmer/Catherine Rehill - William was not the fencible - His father William (1800-1878) was.
So I should have said; Most of us are descendants of William Filmer and Louisa Parr

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