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Robert YEARBURY & Emma ARMER - Tirau

Journal by ngairedith

NOTE
read the comments below for a lot more helpful info on this family

Robert YEARBURY (1868-1946)
married Emma Annie ARMER (1871-1950) in 1888

Their known children:

... 1
1889 - 1975 Zedekiah Andrew Yearbury
- spouse not found. he had no children
- cremated in the North Shore Cemetery Auckland


... 2
1892 - 1932 Robert Theophilus Yearbury
- as Private 51811, Robert served with the NZEF, 26th Reinforcements, E company. He embarked from Wellington 12 June 1917 for Plymouth, England. He was wounded & admitted to hospital in August 1918. HIs father was listed as living at Hoteo, north Auckland (which was near Wellsford)
- read comments below


... 3
1898 - 1968 Emma Susan 'Susie' Yearbury
- married Harold Richard 'Eric' HANHAM (1899-1980) in 1924
- they had 4 children (see comments below)
* Ray Hanham
* Daphne Hanham
* Valerie Hanham
* Colin Hanham


... 4
1904 - 1989 Harold Augustus Yearbury
- Harold married Frances Valma SPEAK (nee HYDE 1918-?) (thanks to comments below). Frances was born in Gisborne. She had first married Josephus Speak (1893-1970) on 6 Aug 1946
HAROLD died 29 Nov 1989 aged 85
- he is buried in Plot 155, Block N at Tirau Cemetery
- he is the only Yearbury buried in the Tirau area

Surnames: ARMER HANHAM HYDE SPEAK YEARBURY
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on 2010-03-01 03:31:09

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by greenkiwi on 2010-07-25 02:32:43

Hi there,
I have just joined this genealogy site and see that you are researching the surname Yearbury. What is your connection as the Yearbury buried at Tirau was my stepfather. I do not have a lot of information about this family as I am doing research on many other family connections but willing to share what I have.
Cheers, greenkiwi

by greenkiwi on 2010-07-25 05:17:59

Robert and Emma Yearbury lived at Hoteo North in the lower area of Northland NZ. It was here abouts that their four children were born.
Later Harold farmed at Te Hoe in the Waikato and it was here that he married Frances Valma Speak nee Hyde. They had two children: Leslie Eileen Yearbury (1953-1976) and John Winston Yearbury (1955). Harold and Frances retired to Katikati but lived at various small towns around the middle of the North Island which is why Harold is buried at Tirau because they were living there at the time of his death.
His younger brother Capt Robert Yearbury WW1 was badly "shell shocked" in that war and susequently died from his illness upon returning to NZ. The elder brother Andrew also died without issue. Harold's sister Susie married Eric Hanham and they had three children I believe, one of whom was a missionary. Susie and Eric and their family were involved with the Church of Christ in Auckland.

by mistie on 2012-03-25 19:53:25

Emma Susan was my Grandmother and Eric Hanham my Grandad they had 4 children Ray, Daphne my Mum, Valerie was a Missionary and Colin as far as I know still alive except my Mum.

Does anyone have more of the Yearbury family tree.

by Jedbre on 2012-06-23 21:02:11

Eric and Susan were my grandparents. Valerie, my mum, married Alan Sinclair and served as missionaries in Papua New Guinea for over 20 years and continue part time into their 70's. Dad has passed on, Mum in her 80's now still visits and planning another visit next year. I am looking for a Yearbury/Hanham connection to W.F.Lincoln who died of wounds on Vella Lavella (Solomon Islands) 2nd World War.

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