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William OXBY married Emily SAVILL in Timaru 1869

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the known SAVILL marriages in New Zealand 1869 - 1932

SAVILL GROOMS
ALBERT EDWARD Savill
- married Louisa Georgina TISCH in 1900
- their known children:
* 1901 - Thelma Alberta Savill
* 1905 - Henrietta marie Savill
* 1910 - Freda Georgina Savill

ALFRED ERNEST RICHARD Savill
- married Eva Merilla BROWN in 1915

CHARLES EDWARD Savill
- married Maud Llewelyn CHURCHOUSE in 1909

EDWARD Savill
- married Elizabeth HARRIS in 1875
- their known children were:
* 1876 - Albert Edward Savill
* 1879 - Euphemia Maud Savill
* 1885 - William James Savill
* 1886 - Helen Savill
* 1892 - Alfred Ernest Richard Savill

ERNEST STANLEY Savill (1888-1973)
- married Dorothy Mary HOLLINGTON (1901-1929) in 1923
- he next married Alice HULME in 1932

FREDERICK JAMES Savill
- married Daisy Mabel Isobel PHILLIPS in 1905
- their known child:
* 1907 - Martin Brian Savill

FREDERICK JAMES Savill
- married Dorothy STAFFORD-MILLS in 1923

FREDERICK WILLIAM Savill
- married Annie JACK in 1904

JOHN RICHARD Savill
- married Ellen Kathleen McKEGNEY in 1926

ROBERT Savill (1853-1925)
- married Harriet HUNT (1862-1934) in 1881
- no children found at this time
Robert was born in Christchurch. He was a Wheelwright, last address was 29 Beresford Street, New Brighton. He died 4 Oct 1925 aged 71 & buried Plot 349, Block 36 at Bromley cemetery
Harriet was born in England, arriving in NZ about 1874. She was still living at Beresford St when she died 9 years after Robert, on 27 March 1934 aged 72. She is buried with him

WALTER CYRIL Savill
- married Annie JOSEPH in 1922


SAVILL BRIDES
DOROTHY GRACE Savill
- married Arthur Herbert WRIGHT in 1916

EDITH VERA Savill
- married James Francis HYLAND in 1927

ELIZA ANNE Savill
- married Thomas BREEZE in 1880

ELIZABETH MIRIAM Savill
- married William SHEARER in 1883

EMILY SAVILL
- married WILLIAM OXBY (1840-1883) in 1869
- In June 1870 William was a crew member in a whaleboat that helped the stranded Schooner "Aurora"
FUNERAL NOTICE
... The friends of the late William Oxby are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, which will leave his late residence, Arthur street, Timaru, at 2.30 o'clock TO-MORROW (Sunday) Afternoon. Wm Napier, Undertaker
ODDFELLOW'S LODGE, MANCHESTER UNIT
... The members if the Timaru Lodge, No 5208, Manchester Unity, Independent Order of Oddfelows, are requested to meet at the Lodge-room, Barnard street, to-morrow afternoon, to atend the funeral of their late brother William Oxby. Mr Oxby was a very old member of this Lodge, and was held in great respect by the brethren. It will be remembered that he was one of those who took a prominent part in saving life on 14th May 1882 during the Terrible Calamity of Timaru
- William is buried PLOT 19 - ROW 19 - BLOCK D at Timaru cemetery
- (not known what happened to his wife and family. Possibly moved to Australia)
- their known children were:
* 1871 - Mary Caroline Oxby
* 1873 - Annie Elizabeth Oxby
* 1875 - Charlotte Emily Oxby
* 1876 - unnamed born still
* 1879 - Sidney George Oxby
* 1880 - 1969 Mabel Ellen Oxby (born in Timaru, died in Sydney)

HELEN Savill
- married Frank Fletcher BOLT in 1923

HENRIETTA MARIE Savill
- married Albert Reeve BAKER in 1925

JANE Savill
- married Andrew GALLETY(?) 29 April 1875

MARY ELIZABETH BRONTE Savill
- married Zenas OWEN in 1879

THELMA ALBERTA Savill
- married John CAIRNS in 1923


photo
Wreck of the "Ben Venue" and "City of Perth". Timaru, May 14 1882
... Nine men died including the harbour-master ...
- see link at William Oxby -

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on 2012-02-27 03:52:39

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by Catherine13 on 2013-09-13 08:47:08

Have info on Caroline Barak if you want it

by ngairedith on 2013-09-13 18:13:31

thank you Catherine that would be of great help to researchers of this family. You can add any and everything you want in these comment boxes to help build the tree.
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by Catherine13 on 2013-11-09 06:22:49

Well Mary Caroline married a chap called marcus Barak. They married when she was quite well on I age for those days. He was a gambler, jeweller and general character. She left him bit not before they had three children - Monte, Gertrude and Victor.
She took her three children up to Taranaki and taught in a school there as headmistress. Monte went to the boys college and got a Rhodes scholarship. This took him to Oxford where he did chemistry. He worked for Exide as a battery chemist and wrote several papers.
He married Joespine Pollit and they had two children one of whom I married. Nigel the youngest of the two and I came to NZ in 2002 and have now been living here for eight years.
Gertrude also followed to the Uk and did not marry but had a lovely time and is remembered by her nephew as jolly and always laughing.
Not sure about Victor.
Have more details if anyone interested.
Catherine Barak

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