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CHAMMEN marriages New Zealand 1880 - 1931

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the known CHAMMEN marriages New Zealand 1880 - 1931


the CHAMMEN GROOMS

Albert Victor Chammen (1882-1916)
- son of James Chance CHAMMEN & Ada PICKARD
- married Charlotte Lena AYERS in 1903
- their known children:
1904 - Albert Edward Chammen
1906 - Doris Irene Ada Chammen
1909 - Francis Charles Chammen
- Albert served in WWI as Rifleman 23/1011 with the 1st Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, D Company. He enlisted from Whakamatau, Lake Coleridge. His next of kin was his son, Albert Edward Chammen (aged 11), c/o Mrs Beltridge, Palmer's Road, New Brighton, Christchurch. He was Killed in Action 15 Sep 1916 in Somme, France aged 34 (CWGC has 27)
Oct 1916 Private Albert Victor Chammen, missing, is 34 years of age. At the time of his enlistment he was working at Lake Coleridge. He saw service in South Africa, serving as a sergeant with the 9th Contingent. He was in action twice in Egypt, including the Christmas Day engagement. He is the second son of J. C. Chammen, who fought in the Maori war as a private in the old 14th Foot. H. F. Chammen recently reported wounded, is a younger son

Albert Edward Chammen (1905-1970)
- married Rosie Georgina Ruth ISAACS (1910-1970) in 1931

Arthur Thomas Chammen
- married Louise JONES in 1905

Claude Charles Chammen (1883-1952)
- married Lillas Henrietta KEY (1880-1918) in 1905
26 Nov 1918 On the 25th November 1918, at Wellington College Temporary Hospital, Lillas, beloved wife of Claude Chammen, and mother of Ida Chammen; also sister of Ida Bayne, in her 38th year (Dunedin papers please copy)
- he married Annie Herriot STEEL (1895-1975) in 1922

Hedley Frederick Chammen (1888-1960)
- son of James Chance CHAMMEN & Ada PICKARD
- Frederick served as Lance Corporal 62973 with the Canterbury Infantry Battalion, 7th Reinforcements. Hi next of kin was his father, J. Chammen c/o Mrs Taylor, 34 Maunsell Street, Woolston, Christchurch
- married Ivy Elizabeth SMITH (1899-1976) in 1919

James Chance Chammen (1840-1918)
- married Ada PICKARD (1847-1915) in 1880
9 Nov 1918 Mr James Chance Chammen, whose death occurred on Monday, came to New Zealand with the 14th Foot Regiment, and took part in the Maori War, being subsequently awarded the Maori War Medal. He leaves two sons, one being Mr W. D. Chammen, of New Brighton and the other is now in France, having left with the 7th Reinforcements. Another son, Albert Victor Chammen, who went through the South African War, was killed in France recently

James John Chammen
- married Ellen PATTERSON in 1907

William James Chammen (1905-1983)
- married Eileen Josephine McCABE (1907-1993) in 1931

William Mawson Chammen (1885-1957)
- son of James Chance CHAMMEN & Ada PICKARD
- married Janet Sheriff EASTON (1884-1978) in 1908
- in Jan 1927 he appeared in Wellington Court



the CHAMMEN BRIDES

Charlotte Chammen (1882-1971 nee AYERS)
- married John Francis HOCKING (1888-1963) on 28 Dec 1916

Doris Irene Ada Chammen
- married William Ernest George GRIFFIN in 1928

Louisa Chammen
- married Thomas HALLIDAY in 1909

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