<< Previous - Next >>

Kenneth Thomas CLOUT + Alice Florence CLAREBURT - New Plymouth

Journal by ngairedith

From the HAWERA & NORMANBY STAR 21 May 1920
... A quiet but pretty wedding took place on Tuesday, May 18, at St Mary's Church, New Plymouth, by the Rev F. J. Harvie, when Mr Kenneth 'Kenny' Thomas CLOUT, youngest son of Mrs G. E. Clout, Taiporohenui, Hawera, was married to Miss Alice Florence CLAREBURT, eldest daughter of Mr George Clareburt, of Wellington, late of Hawera. The bride was given away by her eldest brother Mr James Clareburt, and attended by the bridegroom's sister as bridesmaid. Mr John Clareburt acted as best man.
The wedding breakfast was held at the home of Mrs Wilson, Moturoa, sister of the bridegroom. Later the happy couple left by boat for Auckland where the honeymoon will be spent.

Kenny was the 8th of 9 children of:
George Edward CLOUT (1846-1895) & Annie St Clair QUINLIVAN (1857-1937)
the children of George & Annie Clout
... 1
1878 - 1957 George Edward Clout
... 26 March 1910 - George & his brother went to Sydney
...10 Nov 1931 - In the Supreme Court at New Plymouth, sentences were imposed this morning as follows: George Edward Clout (butcher), convicted on six charges of breaches of the Bankruptcy Act, 9 months hard labour on each charge, concurrent

... 2
1879 - 1922 John Arthur Clout
- he was a Farmer in Taiporohenui
- John died 4 Dec 1922 aged 42
...4 Dec 1922 - At New Plymouth, on Monday, 4th December, 1922, John Arthur, beloved second son of Annie St Clair Clout, of Hawera, and the late G. Clout; aged 42 years. Deeply regretted. R.I.P.
- he is buried Old Plot 11, New Plot 1820 at Hawera General

... 3
1881 - 1930 Percival James Davidson Clout
- Percival died 10 Feb 1930 aged 48
... 10 Feb 1930 - Percival James Clout, was drowned at Stranon beach to-day, being carried out by the undertow while bathing. He was a single, retired farmer. A gallant rescue attempt was made by B. McAllister and Miss May Smart, who swam out despite the dangerous current and supported the barely conscious man until M. Free arrived with a life-line. When hauled ashore Clout was unconscious. Artificial respiration proved ineffective
- he is buried Old Plot 9, New Plot 39 at Hawera General

... 4
1883 - 1919 Ethel Mary Clout
- Ethel married Herbert PETCH in 1904
... 9 July 1919 - At Hawera, on Wednesday, July 1919, Ethel Mary, beloved wife of Herbert Petch, of Okaiawa, and eldest daughter of the late George Edward and Annie St Clair Clout, of Taiporohenui; aged 35 years. Deeply regetted. R.I.P. "Until the day breaks and the shadows flee away"

... 5
1885 - ? St Clair Ellen Agnes Clout
- St Clair married Thomas Edward LESTER in 1911

... 6
1887 - 1976 Annie Clive Clout
- Annie died, unmarried, aged 89

... 7
1889 - 1901 Percy Frederick Donnelly Clout
- Frederick died aged 13 (see inquest)
... 5 Sep 1901 - On the 5th September, at the Hospital, Percy Frederick Donnelley, sixth son of Annie Clout, Taiporohenui
- the inquest on the death of Frederick Clout

... 8
1890 - 1930 Kenneth Thomas 'Kenny' Clout
- Kenny registered for enlistment to the war in May 1916. He was then a farmer in Hawera
- he served as Private 31224 with the NZEF, 19th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Battalion, B Company
- Kenny married Alice Florence Clareburt 1920, as above
- he was a Farmer
- he married Alice Florence CLAREBURT in 1920 (see top)
- Kenny died 18 Oct 1930 aged 49 (database has 38)
- he is buried Old Plot 6, New Plot 51 at Hawera General

... 9
1894 - 1954 Vivian(t) Marie/Mary Clout
- Vivian married Michael Lawrence QUIRK (1884-1942) in 1904

their parents:
George Edward Clout died 19 Feb 1895 aged 49
- he is buried Old Plot 13, New Plot 43 at Hawera General Roman Catholic
Annie St Clair Clout died 10 August 1947 aged 80
- she is buried with George

NOTES
... 10 May 1881
George Edward Clout was called upon to show cause why he should not be made to contribute towards the support of his destitute mother, Mary Clout. The respondent, who resides at Hawera, offered to provide for his mother at his house, but Mrs Clout said she preferred a town to a country life, and would, therefore, like to remain in Wellington. The matter was adjourned in order that the respondent might be communicated with, to see if any other arrangements could be made for the maintenance of his mother

...27 May 1881
George Edward Clout was charged with failing to contribute towards the support of his mother, Mary CLout, and an order was made for the payment of 3s per week by consent

... 30 Oct 1895
At the Hawera Magistrate's Court Annie Clout was charged with having used insulting language to Ria Kiao NGAWHINI, threatening to assault and beat her and Annie's son George Clout was charged with threatening to shoot Ngawini in consequence of the latter kicking his mother. All this was due to a difference of opinion as to who should have the services of a dressmaker named Madame La Roche

by ngairedith Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2012-02-21 22:19:28

PECK of TAITA

Do you know someone who can help? Share this:

Comments

by genseek on 2013-09-19 01:26:35

HI there just want to point out that QUINLWAN is incorrect - you may want to change it to QUINLIVAN which is the correct spelling - we get many strange versions!!! from a
QUINLIVAN daughter

by genseek on 2013-09-19 01:26:56

HI there just want to point out that QUINLWAN is incorrect - you may want to change it to QUINLIVAN which is the correct spelling - we get many strange versions!!! from a
QUINLIVAN daughter

Register or Sign in to comment on this journal.