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John ADEANE + Eleanor Justin LEE - Auckland New Zealand

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John Adeane was born in Berkshire England about 1856
- it is possible he sailed to New Zealand on the White Star Vessel CADUCEUS into Auckland on 12th October 1860 with his parents and siblings
- (can you verify this?)

John ADEANE & Eleanor Justin LEE were married in 1882
- they had 9 children:

1883 - John Stacey Lee Adeane
- he married Mary Agnes LYNCH in 1905
- John died 15th Feb 1932 in Auckland aged 48
- he is buried Area 10 Block A Lot No 378 Hillsborough Cemetery
- Mary Agnes was born on Xmas Day 1882
- she died 9th Feb 1979 in Auckland aged 96
- she was cremated at Purewa - her ashes were scattered

1884 - Charlotte Inez Adeane
- nothing known of Charlotte

1885 - Frances June Adeane
- she (possibly) married Bartholomew Sydney WOODLOCK in 1907

1887 - Frank Justin Adeane
- he served in WWI:
SERIAL NUMBER - 12/963
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs E.J. Adeane 32 Williamson Ave, Arch Hill Grey Lynn, Auckland (house no longer there)
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - 7 Codrington St, Arch Hill, Auckland
MILITARY DISTRICT - Auckland
BODY ON EMBARKATION - Main Body
EMBARKATION UNIT - Auckland Infantry Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 16 October 1914
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 8 OR 12
VESSEL - Star of India
DESTINATION - Suez,Egypt (3 December 1914)
MILITARY AWARDS - British War Medal & Victory Medal
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES - Promoted on the field and attended officer training at Cambridge University
- 1917 PHOTO (Frank is 2nd on left sitting)
- he married Leoni Elvira Ethlene KELLY in 1917
- Frank died on 15th Oct 1954 aged 67
- he is buried at Waikumete SOLDIERS BURIAL J Row 6, Plot 20
- Leoni died in 1965 aged 74
- she had been living at 50 Logan Avenue, Marewa Napier
- she is buried in PLOT 23 - SECTION 14 Wharerangi Cemetery Napier

1889 - Arnold Frederick Adeane
- Arnold was an Ironmongers assistant
- he accidently drowned at St Helier's Bay, Auckland on 9th Nov 1906
- he is buried at Waikumete Cemetery ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION A Row 4, Plot 27A

1891 - not recorded Adeane
- possibly died as an infant

1892 - Eleanor May Adeane
- She married George Ernest WALKER in 1912
- Eleanor died in 1952 aged 59

1895 - Ivy Adeane
- She married John Joseph HOARE in 1915
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1900 - 1946 Henry Hellems 'Harry' Adeane
Henry married Thelma Agnes Lena (AKA Thelma Patricia) SEEBACH (formerly Howard), daughter of Otto James Anthony & Margaret Theresa Seebach of Maryborough, Victoria
NOTE The Argus, 1 Dec 1905 DIVORCE COURT - SEEBACH V. SEEBACH Misconduct was the ground on which Margaret Teresa Seebach, aged 25 years, of Swanston-street, Melbourne, sought a dissolution of her marriage with Otto James Anthony Seebach, aged 27 years, clerk. The parties were married in Melbourne in December, 1902. Mr Hotchin (instructed by Mr. S. M. Watson) appeared for the petitioner. The suit was not defended. It was alleged that the misconduct had taken place in New Zealand. A decree nisi was granted, with costs
HENRY & THELMA had at least one child in Ballarat:
1922 - 1989 John Stacey 'Stace' Adeane who died in Palmerston North
THELMA died in Auckland 29 April 1935 aged 32
- she is buried ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION C Row 20, Plot 27 Waikumete
HENRY HELLEMS Adeane was at Waterfall Sanatorium, Werriwa, NSW in 1943
(Waterfall Sanatorium was designed for the treatment of patients in the advanced and chronic stages of tuberculosis)
HENRY died there in 1946
Sydney Morning Herald, 4 June 1946 ADEANE June 2 1946, at hospital, Henry (Harry) Hellems Adeane, of 476 New South Head Road, Double Bay, beloved youngest son of the late Mr and Mrs John Adeane, of Auckland. N.Z.


Eleanor Justin Adeane died in Auckland on 26th May 1917 aged 50 after a long illness
- she is buried in Waikumete Cemetery ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION A Row 4, Plot 27B by son Arnold. She was recorded as Eleanor Gustino Adeane

John Adeane died in 1944 aged 88
- not known at this time where he is buried


According to the St Paul's register a John Adeane was buried 24 April 1879 aged 54 years, he had previously been in hospital.
This makes a birth year of about 1825
- was this John's father as per the ships list above?

The New Zealand Herald of 22nd April 1879 has John Adean died 21 April 1879, at Provincial Hospital, aged 54 years. He was buried at Block H 287 Symonds Street Cemetery

Surnames: ADEANE HOARE HOWARD KELLY LEE LYNCH SEEBACH WALKER WOODLOCK
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on 2010-05-14 08:59:40

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by brendamacculloch on 2011-09-13 17:40:59

Dear Ngaire,
I saw your ADEANE family from NZ on the family tree circles and I have more information for you.
My mother's sister married John Stacey (Stace) ADEANE born 23 Jan 1927 Crocker Street, Grenville, Ballarat Victoria Australia. I have been helping her and her children and grandchildren put a family tree together.
Have sent you a private message with my email.
Regards,
Brenda MacCulloch
Hamilton, New Zealand

by brear47 on 2012-08-08 16:07:28

Thie family fits with this following announcement in the Poverty Bay Herald 3 Sep 1879:
"Marriage
Osborne-Adeane --On Sep 3, at Holy Trinity Church, Gisborne, D'Arcy, Eldest son of John Osborne, of Manchester, England, to Alice Jane, youngest daughter of the Late John Adeane and Sarah Adeane of Auckland. Auckland and Thames papers please copy."
John and Sarah's marriage 2nd quarter of 1846 in Reading. Family appears in 1851 census but not 1861 (after emmigration). Alice Jane appears to have gone to San Francisco in the US by 1900 with her daughter Vivian. Alice Ann is listed in that 1900 US census as born in NZ with parents born in England. This much is fairly solid.
This next is not: Alice Jane may have remarried a John Rustgard and moved to Juneau Alaska by the 1910 census where the only matching data are: approx DOB, birthplace, immigration date, number of children/surviving and first and middle name.
If accurate, Alice would be the first wife of my grandfathers's second wife's first husband!
Good luck.
Don Brearley
Chicago, IL USA

by azcat03 on 2014-08-06 20:24:27

Hello - I was wondering if you might know where the middle name of HELLEMS came from in regards to Henry HELLEMS Adeane? My family roots are mostly from Germany to the US to Canada and back to the US.

Thank you.
Cathie (Hellems) Warboy
Arizona, USA

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