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some ANGOVE marriages New Zealand 1886 - 1928

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some ANGOVE marriages New Zealand 1886 - 1928:

Alice May Angove
- married George DAY in 1911

Amelia Angove
- married Christopher THOMPSON in 1896

Annie Cornelia Angove
- married Edwin BAVENSTOCK in 1910

Beatrice Mary Angove
- married Wallis MOORE in 1901

Charles Edgar Arthur Angove
- married Rana Dorothy Grace HAMMOND in 1928

Colin Borthwick Angove
- married iHannah LUGG in 1923

Ellen Angove
- married Fritz NORMAN in 1888

George Henry Angove
- married Amelia ROWE in 1886

Hannah Elam Angove
- married George WALMSLEY in 1915

Herbert Rowland Charles Angove
- married Gertrude Alexandra BRILL in 1900

Herbert Thorwald George Angove
- Herbert was born in Napier in 1901
- married Lynda May Booth NEAME in 1922 in Gisborne
- Lunda was born in Wellington in 1906, daughter of Renwick Newton Mark NEAME & Gertrude BOOTH

Janie Elizabeth Angove
- married Ernest George Percival DOWSETT in 1907

John George Angove
- married Eliza Blackwell JONES in 1905

Joseph Henry Angove
- married Elizabeth Ann MOORE in 1911

Mary Emma Angove
- married Ernest TIMMINS in 1908

Mary Jane Olive Angove
- married Godfrey Seddon JOHNSTON in 1928

Phillippa Annie Angove
- married Edwin Jones HASTINGS in 1910

Ruby Elizabeth Annie Angove
- married Thomas MUNRO in 1905

Ruby Winifred Angove
- married Allan Walshingham Turner HAMILTON in 1906

Ruby Winifred Angove
- married Sydney Ewart Haynes LOWICK in 1914

Ruth Alma Angove
- married Frederick John RENNETT in 1924

Sophie Eileen Angove
- married Henry BODLEY in 1925

Thomas James William Frederick Gusson Angove
- married Eileen Mary LAING in 1924

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on 2011-01-29 18:27:11

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by SepiaSleuth on 2011-06-07 03:46:08

I think you might find some of Henry Bodley's ancestors at www.sepiasleuth.com This contains photographs of the Bodley family who emigrated to New Zealand in the 1860s

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