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JESSOP marriages New Zealand 1855-1930 - GROOMS

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some JESSOP marriages in New Zealand 1855-1930
- some birth dates may ne approx, based on age at death -

Alfred James Jessop (1882-1943)
- married May Matilda LLOYD (1887-1969) in 1907

Arthur Jessop (1897-1961)
- married Gladys Mary BUTLER (1896-1934) in 1917

Charles Jessop
- married Bridget ATHY in 1873

Charles Ernest Jessop (1894-1989)
- married Annie Louisa LITTLE (1891-1963) in 1918

Claud Ashley Jessop (1904-1942)
- married Ellen Frances LANG (1897-1977) in 1924

Ebenezer Jessop (1848-1920)
- married Maria BURKETT (1856-1924) in 1877
- they had 10 known children

Eric Raymond Jessop (1904-1962)
- married Lela DYKE in 1930

Ernest Albert Jessop
- married Annie Ruby MOSES (1882-1951) in 1909

Frank Jessop
- married Lucy Flora BARBER in 1922

Fred Jessop
- married Edith Louisa TIERNEY in 1897

Frederick Jessop
- married Elizabeth SMITH in 1914

George Jessop
- married Lily BARNETT in 1930

Harold Jessop
- married Catherine Teresa MAINDONALD in 1917

Henry Laten Jessop
- married Jessie Margaret TANSLEY in 1908

Herman Henry Maser Jessop
- married Minnie Reid MORTON in 1905

Horace Walurn Jessop
- married Emily Masson De RENZY in 1914

Hugh Jessop
- married WInifred Eva NEIL in 1908

Hugh Jessop
- married Freda May STEHR in 1919

James Henry Jessop
- married Alice Emily ANDREWS in 1883
- 10 known children

James Simar Jessop
- married Elizabeth CORMACK in 1904

John William Jessop
- married Maria Angelina WINTER in 1891
- 4 known children

Joseph Jessop
- married Maude Mary Lee TAYLOR in 1897
- 1 daughter, 1898 Myra Jessop

Joseph Fielding Jessop
- married Catherine ANDLING in 1864

Leonard Jessop
- married Christina Annie SMITH in 1925

McKinley Edward Henry Jessop
- married Ruby Myrtle BROWN in 1925

Richard Jessop
- married Mary Read WATSON in 1873
- 5 known children

Robert Jessop
- married Annie Florence McLEOD in 1916

Thomas Jessop
- married Sarah GARNETT in 1858

Thomas Jessop
- married Minnie WATSON in 1900

Thomas Finnamore Jessop
- married Ruby Ralston WYLLIE in 1926

Thomas Gittings Jessop
- married Janey BANKS in 1927

Thomas Valentine Jessop (1880-1940)
born in Nelson
son of Ebenzer Jessop & Maria Burkett
- married Rose HARRISON (1876-1952) in Nelson in June 1904
daughter of Arthur Harrison & Esther Peapell
the had 5 known children
1904 - 1962 Eric Raymond Jessop
1906 - 1986 Gertrude Jessop
1908 - 1984 Thomas Jessop
1910 - 1977 James Jessop
1912 - 1960 David Jessop
- Thomas & Rose divorced in 1914
* Thomas Valentine Jessop next married Roses's sister, Hilda May Harrison (1891-1953) in Marton in Oct 1916
they had 6 known children
1914 - 1983 Keith Jessop
1916 - 1997 Marjory Jessop
1918 - 2010 Dorothy Harrison Jessop
1918 - 2012 Nita Jessop ?
1926 - 1967 Lewis Ebenezer Jessop
1927 - 2008 Ruth May Jessop
* Thomas died in Feilding aged 60
* Hilda died in Feilding 13 years after him aged 62
they are buried together Plot 1216, Row 62, Block 2 at Feilding
(see photo below)
The late Mr T. V. Jessop, of Mt Biggs, whose death occurred suddenly last week, was a breeder of draught horses in his younger days and exhibited them at A and P shows throughout the district. His farming activities concerned farms at Brightwater, Brunswick, Marton and finally at Mt Biggs, where he remained for 19 years. He was the secretary of the Mt Biggs school and a member of the Rangitikei Club.
The late Mr Jessop was twice married and left to mourn his passing are his wife and grown up family. There are 5 daughters and 6 sons. There are 8 grandchildren, and Mr Jessop is also survived by 2 sisters and 2 brothers - De Castro (Masterton), Stratford (Nelson) and Messrs W and K Jessop (of Hope and Otaki respectively)

William Alfred Jessop
- married Edith Amy NEWPORT in 1906

William Henry Jessop
- married Alfreda Myrtle LEE in 1930
- they had at least 6 children


HEADSTONE at Feilding cemetery

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by allycat on 2008-02-02 16:25:53

You may increase your chances of finding more info by also going to RootsChat. Register as a new user, then goto their Emigrants to New Zealand board.

by allycat on 2008-02-06 20:30:03

I created a Surname Wiki Page for 'PECK'. Have a look at the links, you may be really surprised...

PECK Family Tree and Genealogy Research

from Oz.

by ngairedith on 2008-02-07 16:31:19

Surprised is not the word allycat - stunned is better :) an amazing amount of info of my ancestors on someone elses site !! thankyou, many happy hours ahead of searching through all that material

by allycat on 2008-02-07 19:11:21

Glad you're happy, these Surname Wiki Pages sometimes can take more than half an hour to create.

Also, I've noticed in your tree hosted at the free TribalPages site that you seem to have Surnames with another surname next to them in brackets. Is this the maiden name? If so, all women in family trees are known by their maiden name and I would recommend changing this to avoid confusion and to aid in others searching for their ancestors in your fast growing tree. Brackets within a name are generally used in genealogy for someone's nickname or name that they were generally known to family/friends by.

There is also room within the notes section of each individual to include such things as your sources. I recommend acknowledging other genealogists and including their website address in the notes.

by ngairedith on 2008-02-07 19:21:52

thank you for helping - I suppose it is obvious I am still learning how to get around ? My primary concern was to add names, add names, add names . . I have siblings ringing me asking where THEIR info and descendats are :0 - so I get side tracked
Of course I want to acknowlede other genealogists as I hope one day they will add me - just have to learn about doing that. . .

by Charlieboy on 2008-12-30 02:04:14

Hi, Ernest and Percy Sowerby were children of Henry Sowerby and Sarah Heim.
Henry and Sarah emigrated to N Z, in 1869 aboard the "Matoaka"
They were my Great Grand parents.

by ngairedith on 2008-12-30 12:27:07

Hi Charlieboy,
Thanks for that
- but do you know which town in New Zealand they arrived at - I can't find the Matoaka coming into Wellington at that date.
It did arrive in Lyttelton February 1869 but they weren't on it.

by Charlieboy on 2008-12-31 01:03:27

HI, Sarah Jane Heim came to NZ as a nursemaid after refusing to marry an elderly suitor, she would have been recorded on the ships list under her maiden name.
Arrived NZ"Matoaka" 8th Feb- 1869 Lyttleton
Married in NZ ?? 1869.lived in South Island before shifting to Woodville Manawatu.Buried Woodville (old cemetery)

by Charlieboy on 2008-12-31 03:37:38

Hi again,update, Henry married Sarah at Peel Forest, South Island, 1869
Henry arrived NZ on "Samarang" Christ Church 31/7/1852, listered as pawnbroker, Canterbury Electrol roll, lived at Rangitata.
Sarah,born Hanworth Middlesex 1851
Henry born 1834 London.

by Charlieboy on 2009-01-01 02:16:27

Henry Stevens and Sarah Heim were great followers of the Salvation army, they featured in several publications of the "War Cry" the offical Sally booklets.
These two souls died two days apart,they were much admired in Salvation Army circles.
They were married for 59 years.

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