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HARTLAND marriages in New Zealand 1878 - 1930

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the known HARLAND marriages in New Zealand 1878 - 1930

the HARTLAND GROOMS

Charles Hartland
- married Katherine McGRATH in 1905


Charles Hartland
- married Alice Margaret EVA in 1915
28 Sep 1944 - AUCKLAND
... Decree nisi granted on the ground of separation by mutual consent for more than three years, Alice Margaret Hartland v. Charles Hartland


Charles George Hartland (1860-1889)
- married Lilly McQUEEN in 1884
- their known children:
1885 - Lillian Elizabeth FLorence Augusta Hartland
- Lillian died 7 Feb 1900 aged 14 & buried Northern cemetery, Dunedin
1887 - Eveline Margaret Hartland
1889 - Elizabeth Georgina Hartland
- Elizabeth was 1 week old when her father drowned
CHARLES GEORGE Hartland drowned aged 29
15 Nov 1889 - FATAL ACCIDENT AT WILTSHIRE BAY, Clutha
... A boating accident occurred at Wiltshire Bay on Monday last, by which two men, John Carrick and Charles Hartland, lost their lives. Carrick's body came ashore on Tuesday and Mr Fleming held an inquest at the Native Schoolhouse on Wednesday. The following is a summary of the evidence:- Alex. Anderson, storekeeper, Romahapa, said that Monday being a holiday, he had arranged to go out for a day's fishing. John Carrick and Charles Hartland went along with him. The morning was fine and the sea calm. They left from the beach north side of Long Point - or Campbell's reef - at 6 o'clock, and went south past the Nuggets. A fresh breeze having sprung up, they left for home at 9 o'clock. There was then a long swell on, but he had frequently been out when the sea was as rough. They intended to land at the point from which they started, as it was generally the calmest. They had to pull against the wind and current. All went well till after they had rounded the point of the reef, when a short choppy sea struck the boat on the quarter and turned the boat over several times and then righted. They all got hold of her, but in a few minutes a wave washed him (Anderson) about 20yds from the boat.
He swam back to her, but Carrick and Hartland were then gone, and he never saw them after ... ... more
- Carrick was unmarried. Hartland was a laborer, married, and leaves a wife and three children, the youngest only a week old.
22 Nov 1889 The body of Charles Hartland, one of the men drowned in the accident at Molyneux Bay last week, was recovered on Friday morning by Constable Pratt. It was found on the beach on the north side of long point, straight ashore from where the accident occurred. The body was much mutilated
6 March 1890 The Clutha dramatic Society have "The Ticket-o-leave Man' in rehearsal. By a recent performance the society was enabled to hand over 20 (2012 equivalent of $3700) to the widow and children of the late Charles Hartland
6 June 1891 The Clutha Leader states that Mrs Hartland, Glenomaru (widow of the late Charles Hartland, drowned some time ago at Wiltshire Bay), and family had a narrow escape on Tuesday morning. She was wakened by one of her children about 2 o'clock, and found the house on fire. It is supposed to have originated in the wood in the upper part of the chimney. Very little was saved beyond some bedding and a sewing machine


Clarence Ford Hartland (1892-1963)
- married Vera Ella GILL in 1917


Fred Cyril Hartland (1891-1966)
- Fred was born in Oxford, Canterbury
- he was a Mailroom Supervisor in Christchurch
- he married Emily Eileen SALMON (1889-1942) in 1915
- Emily was born in England, arriving in NZ when she was about 23
- they last lived at 31 Massey street, Christchurch
EMILY died 26 Dec 1942 aged 53
FRED died 13 March 1966 aged 75
- they are buried together in Bromley cemetery


John Hartland (1854-1931)
- married Annie MORGAN (1868-1920) in 1888
- their known children:
1890 - Amy Eliza Hartland
1892 - 1915 William Edmond Hartland
- William served in WWI as Corporal 12763 with the Auckland Infantry Battalion, Main Body. He enlisted from Buckland, Auckland. His next of kin was his father, John Hartland of Buckland, Auckalnd. He embarked from Auckland 16 Oct 1914. William was killed in action in Gallipoli 25 April 1915 aged 23
1894 - 1958 John Reginald Hartland
- John served in WWI as Private 60115 with te NZEF, 32nd Reinforcements E Company. His next of kin was his mother, Mrs A. Hartlan, Buckland, Auckland
1896 - 1982 Owen Thomas Hartland
1899 - 1963 Hugh Joshua Hartland
1900 - 1943 Bertha Doreen Hartland
1903 - 1980 Raymond Morgan Hartland
1907 - Sara Millicent Hartland


John Ernest Hartland (1872-1952)
- married Alice Maud HANNIBELL (1869-1960) in 1894
- their known children:
1897 - 1918 Jack Wenham Hartland
- Jack served in WWI as Private 64204 with the NZEF, 35th Reinforcements Specialist Company. His next of kin was his father, John Ernest Hartland, c/o Railway Department, Newmarket, Auckland. He embarked from Wellington 2 March 1918. Jack was killed in action in Le Quesnoy, France 4 Nov 1918 aged 21


John Ford Hartland (1862-1918)
- was born January 1852 in Lyttelton, Christchurch , educated at Christ's College, spent 5 years in Townsvville, North Queensland, then returned to NZ in 1898 where he joined the Canterbury Tramway Company in 1891, as secretary
- married Frances Harriett Susannah CROWE in 1884
6 Feb 1884 On Feb 6, at St Paul's, Papanui by the Rev J. O'Brien Hoare, assisted by the Rev E. A. Lingard, John Ford, youngest son of the late John Hartland, of Mount Parnassus, Amuri, to Frances, eldest daugter of W. Crow, Esq., of Bligh's road, Papanui
- their known children:
1890 - 1918 John Lelie Hartland
- John served as Private 56592 with the NZEF, 29th Reinforcements E Company. His next of kin was his father, J.F. Hartland, Ladies Mile, Remuera, Auckland. He embarked from Auckland 13 August 1917. John died of his wounds in France, 31 March 1918 aged 28
1892 - 1963 Clarence Ford Hartland
- Clarence served in WWI as Trooper 13/353 with the 4th Waikato Mounted Rifles, Auckland Mounted Rifle, Main Body. He enlisted from Taneatua. His next of kin was his father, J. F. Hartland, of Auckland. He embarked from Auckland 16 Oct 1914
JOHN FORD Hartland died in Remuera, Auckland 8 Feb 1918 aged 56, 6 weeks before his son John Leslie died in France


John Reginald Hartland (1894-1958)
- married Vera WOODCOCK (1900-1989) in 1920
14 Oct 1942 A fine of 50 (2012 equivalent of $4200) was imposed on John Reginald Hartland, orchardist of Te Kauwhata, by W. H. Freeman S.M., in Huntly on a charge of illegally selling three bottles of wine


Joseph Henry Hartland (1876-1943)
- Joseph was born in Christchurch
- he was a Blacksmith
- married Elizabeth Marion SOWDEN (1879-1944) in 1905
- they last lived at 267 Milton street Christchurch
- their known children:
1905 - 1909 Doreen Agnes Hartland
- Doreen died 3.6 & is buried in Addington cemetery, Christchurch
1907 - 1971 Olive Hartland
- Olive didn't marry
- She died 10 Oct 1971 aged 64 & buried at Bromley with her parents
1908 - 1936 Isabel Hartland
- Isabel didn't marry
- She died 16 Sep 1936 aged 27 & buried at Bromley
1911 - Kenneth Byron Hartland
JOSEPH HENRY Hartland died 31 Dec 1942 aged 67
ELIZABETH MARION Hartland died 28 July 1944 aged 65
- they are buried together at Bromley cemetery


Percy Harry Hartland (1877-1955)
- married Ethel Elizabeth STEER (1887-1978) in 1910
21 Aug 1925 Percy Hartland, assistant district traffic manager, Wellington, said that de Rosa had given every satisfaction at Frankton, where he was previously foreman.


Philip Gerard Hartland
- married Annie Maude GRAY in 1924


Raymond Morgan Hartland (1903-1980)
- married Isabel APES in 1930 (1909-1936)


William Hartland
- married Adelaide PRATT in 1878
- (Adelaide may have kept a brothel in Christchurch)



the HARTLAND BRIDES

Amy Annie Hartland (1874-1906)
- married Reuben Calvert ALSFORD in 1893
- their known children:
1896 - Pauline Evelyn Rosa Alsford
1900 - Gladys Myrtle FLorence Alford


Annie Hartland (1858-1928)
- married Isaac LOMAS (1861-1935) in 1890
- Isaac was born in Abbeytown, Cumberland, England, arriving in Auckland in 1885. He later went to Christchurch. He was a Tailor and a J.P. Deputy-Mayor (beaten by 3 votes) of Queen street, Onehunga, Auckland
- both Isaac & Annie were officers of the Salvation Army in Christchurch before moving to Auckland. He was a amateur boxer and followed many sports. He showed champion blooms at the Agricultural Shows, selling his plants by catalogue
7 July 1890 CHRISTCHURCH
... The marriage of Captain Isaac Lomas to Cadet Annie Hartland, both well-known officers of the Salvation Army, was celebrated yesterday afternoon in the headquarter barracks, in the presence of an immense audience. Hundreds, anxious to gain admission, were unable to do so. The newly-married couple leave for Hokitika to-morrow morning, where they take charge of the Army's work
- their known children:
1891 - 1891 William Hartland Lomas
- William died aged 3 months
1892 - 1974 Edith May Lomas
- Edith lived in Wellington She was not married
1894 - 1994 Ivy Lomas
- Ivy married Reginald Charles LORD in Auckland 1916
3 March 1928, at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr R. Lord, 28 Forbe Street, Onehunga. Annie, the dearly beloved wife of Isaac Lomas, aged 70 years. At rest. Interred this day at Waikaraka Cemetery


Annie Hartland
- married Morris CARY in 1896


Caroline Matilda Hartland (1861-1947)
- married Francis PENTY (1842-1919) in 1904


Elizabeth Georgina Hartland(1889-1991)
- married Crosby Frank SHADRACH (1885-1960) in 1909
- son of Thomas & Jane SHADRACH (Christchurch)


Evelyn Helen Hartland (1881-1935)
- married John McGRATH in 1900
- their known children:
1901 - John Eric Hartland McGrath
1903 - Gwendoline Agnes McGrath
1907 - Alma Evelyn McGrath


Lilian 'Lily' Hartland
- married William SPROULE (1845-1930) in 1891
- their known children:
1892 - 1949 William James Sproule
1898 - Matilda Sproule


Rosina Hartland
- married Andrew PEARSON in 1900
On April 5th 1900, at West Oxford, by the Rev. F. Stubbs, Andrew, eldest son of George Pearson, Timaru, to Rosina, second daughter of the late John Hartland, West Oxford.
- their known children:
(all were baptised at St Stephen's in North Dunedin)
1901 - 1987 George Andrew Pearson
- George married Jessie Doris MILLER (1901-1991) in 1930
1904 - 1999 Annie Halling Pearson
- Annie married Hector Thomas McLENNAN (1904-1967) in 1929
1910 - John Hartland Pearson (aka John Barrington Clifford)
- John married Irene Irma MARSHALL in 1931
* 21 Aug 1931 CHRISTCHURCH, An order estreating 30 ($3000) in the case of John Hartland Pearson, who absconded, was made by Mr E. D. Mosley, S.M., to-day The bondsman was John Sinclair Langley
- The charge. He received 18 months jail.
* Up on another charge whilst serving sentence - sentence not increased.
* Another charge in 1940 - (13 charges of obtaning money by valueless cheques Jan 11 - Feb 13 1940 at Napier,Gisborne, Opotiki, Cambridge, Te Awamutu, Thames, Te Puke, Rotorua, Whakatane)
* 14 January 1943 he received 2 years
1911 - 2002 Agnes Aitken Pearson
- Agnes married ? BAILEY



PHOTO
JOHN LESLIE HARTLAND
(1890-1918)

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