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ROLL CALL for TAITA School Lower Hutt 1875-1900

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The following 'Roll Call' names were of those who attended the Old Taita School Reunion (1859-1962) in October 1962 and the years they first attended the school
1875-1900 Taita School Roll Call

1901-1910 Taita School Roll Call

1911-1915 Taita School Roll Call

1916-1920 Taita School Roll Call

1921-1925 Taita School Roll Call

1926-1930 Taita School Roll Call

1931-1936 Taita School Roll Call

1937-1951 Taita School Roll Call

Roll Call for the TAITA SCHOOL 1875 - 1900:


Leslie ADAMS
- possibly a son of Thomas Leonard and Maude ADAMS

W. G. ALEXANDER

Robert AUGUST

Ida BUCK
- daughter of Edwin Douglas Seldon BUCK & Janet Ann FOX
- married Leonard David BALLS
William BUCK
- possibly the son of Alfred James Seldon BUCK & Mary Ann WHITEWOOD
- Grandson of George Green BUCK & Mary Ann SALMON

Ann Elizabeth DOULL (1886-)
Catherine DOULL (1885-)
- Catherine married William Albert COTTLE in 1905
daughters of Alexander & Catherine DOULL

Ernest HAYWOOD

Winifred Morgan JAMES (1884-1976)
- daughter of Isaac & Ada JAMES
- married William Matson Whitewood BUCK

Mabel KILMISTER/KILMINSTER

Ivy KING
- daughter of Reuben KING
- married classmate Philip WALTERS (below)
- 2 of their children were dux of the school

James MABEY possibly a son of David James Mabey & Esther Daysh

Helen MABEY

Grace MILNE
John Scot MILNE (1871-1969)
- John married Hannah AUTON in 1893
- their known children:
1895 - Grace Annie Milne
1897 - Nelly Milne
1899 - Agnes Milne
1906 - Alice Gwendoline Milne
1907 - Dorothy Milne
1909 - Kathleen Milne

Ester NEIL

Mazzini PESCINI

Charles PILCHER
- son of John George PILCHER & Ellen PECK
Henry PILCHER brother of Charles above
- Henry married Sarah SMITH

Mary REA

Albert John TILBURY (1977-1969)
- see comments below

Reginald TRUE
- possibly married Flora Bertha HOLLAND

Alice Amelia WALTERS (1879-)
Laura WALTERS (1891-)
Lucy WALTERS (1893-)
Phillip 'Phil' WALTERS (1887-)
- Phil was the next door neighbour of, & later married, Ivy KING above
- these were 4 of 12 children of:
Alfred Wallace WALTERS (1858-1933) & Emma BARNEY (1859-1945)

Ethel WHITE

Annie WESTBURY
Bessie WESTBURY

Ida WILLIAMSON

Lena WILSON
- daughter of William WILSON & Elizabeth PECK
- granddaughter of Richard PECK & Elizabeth GASKIN
- married Albert Hugh PECK who was a grandson of Daniel PECK & Elizabeth GASKIN

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by ngairedith Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2010-08-10 18:14:54

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by jeanettemc on 2013-01-13 05:00:00

Hi

I have just started looking at my family tree and think you may be able to help as you seem to have updated the Taita roll call records. My great grandfather was Frank Eales who married Susan Walters in 1909. Am I right in thinking it was Susan's sister who was killed in a railway accident in Nelson in 1908. Her name was mentioned as being Lydia Tilbury but I think her maiden name was Louisa Lydia Walters, may have gone by the name of Lydia instead of Louisa.

I have not been one for genealogy but it is interesting once you get going.

Jeanette

by ngairedith on 2013-01-13 05:21:48

yes, Lydia was the sister of Susan.
Her name was recorded as Lydia Walters when she married Albert John Tilbury in 1905

3 February 1908
... The Motueka-Nelson coach was run into by a special train at Appleby crossing at noon to-day. The train struck the front wheels of the coach, smashing the fore part to splinters and freeing the horses, which bolted, but were subsequently recovered unhurt. The driver and three passengers, all ladies, were thrown out. Mrs A. J. Tilbury, of Hutt, was killed and her sister, Miss Walters, sustained a severe shock and minor injuries. Miss Littall, of Richmond had her thigh fractured and the driver, Charles Brickland, was picked up, very seriously injured internally and taken to hospital. It is probable that he will not recover.
The coach was smashed to pieces.
The train was pulled up when it was found that Mrs Tilbury, aged 25, the wife of Arthur john Tilbury, market gardener, Lower Hutt, had been killed instantaneously. Mrs Tilbury, her sister and husband were here on a holiday and were stopping with friends at Appleby Road. They were coming in from Appleby to the Anniversary Day sports meeting. Mrs Tilbury had not long been in the coach when the accident occurred, and meant to go only as far as Richmond, where she would take the train for Nelson with her husband, who was cycling to the station

22 May 1908
... Charles Brickland, the driver of the Motueka coach which collided with a railway-engine at Appleby on the 1st February, causing the death of Mrs Lydia Tilbury, of Wellington, was committed for trial to-day on a charge of manslaughter. Bail was allowed

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