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CHICK marriages New Zealand 1867 - 1933

Journal by ngairedith

the known CHICK marriages New Zealand:

the CHICK GROOMS
Albert Henry Chick
married in 1922 Sara Isabel McKENZIE

Arthur Charles Henry Chick
married in 1926 Ellen Rosina DENNIS

Charles Edward Chick
married in 1904 Mary Ann TURNER
their known children:
* 1905 - Jean Louisa Honor Chick
* 1907 - Minnie Kathleen Maud Chick

Charles Edward Chick
married Kathleen KELSO in 1931

Frank Chick
married in 1912 Amy De La MARE

Frederick George Chick
- married in 1914 Elizabeth Agnes STREETER
- Frederick received 2 years reformative detention for his part in the
HAM FACTORY ROBBERY in November 1920

George Chick
- came out to New Zealand on the CHALLENGER as second steward (prior to 1869)
- married on 23 Nov 1871 to Ellen WARRY, daughter of George Warry, merchant of Somersetshire, England, at St Paul's Church Dunedin
their known children:
* 1872 - George Frederick Chick
* 1874 - Edith Chick
* 1875 - Thomas William Chick
* 1878 - Mabel Ellen Blanche Chick
* 1881 - Henry Albert Chick
* 1883 - Ernest Warry Chick
* 1886 - Ethel Mary Chick
* 1892 - Ivy Ellen Chick
- he had the Jerusalem (licensed) Coffee house in Port Chalmers in the 1870s
- he had the Chick's Hotel in Mount street, Port Chalmers, Dunedin in the 1880s, he transferred the license to Ellen in June 1884
- he purchased a third share in the Waipapa Point gold claim in 1889 and intended to place a dredge there to bring water from Lake Brunto down too the claim
- he was elected a director of the Port Chalmers Gas Company in 1889
- he was the licensee of the Provincial Hotel in at least 1892
- Also in 1892 he was described as a large landed proprietor at Otara holding a third interest in the Dairy Factory
- George died on the 28th October 1894 at Miners Head on Great Barrier Island, Hauraki Gulf in the wreck of the s.s. WAIRARAPA along with Ellen's brother William Warry and about 140 others. The steamer was en route from Sydney to Auckland. George had intended to take an earlier steamer but decided to wait and accompany his brother in law
- the story and passenger list of the ss Wairarapa
- this report of the loss of the Wairarapa from the Union Companys Meeting was in the Otago Witness on 8th November 1894, mentioning many of the locals of Dunedin who lost their lives
- In September 1900 a report from the Transvaal re their advance eastward of Pretoria mentions George's son, George, as serving there with the Roberts's Horse and had been in South Africa for 5 years, turning his attention to dairying

John Chick
- married in 1915 Jessie BARBER

John Burston Chick
- married in 1899 Edith Olive BUIST
their known children:
* 1900 - John Burston Chick
* 1901 - George Edward Chick
* 1906 - Frederick Harry Chick
* 1908 - Leslie James Chick

John Burston Chick
- married in 1923 Annie Louisa SAMPSON

Peter Chick
- married in 1875 Sarah Browning HILLS
their known children:
* 1876 - Mary Ann Chick
* 1878 - Alice Maud Chick
* 1879 - Charles Edward Chick
* 1881 - Sarah Chick
* 1882 - Louisa Honor Chick
* 1883 - John Chick
* 1885 - William Joseph Chick
* 1886 - Peter Henry Chick
* 1888 - Frederick George Chick
* 1891 - Thomas Arthur Chick

Peter Henry Chick
- married in 1909 Annie HAY
their known children:
* 1911 - Mabel Shelah Chick

Ronald Leslie Chick
- married in 1929 Myrtle Edna GIDDENS (1912-?)
* daughter of Richard Frank GIDDENS & Harriet HUNT
Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, 12 July 1929
CHICK-GIDDENS, A wedding of much local interest says the Dannevirke 'Evening News' of June 28, was celebrated at Waimiro yesterday afternoon by the Rev Mr Bergen, when Myrtle Edna Giddens, second daughter of Mr and Mrs R. F. Giddens, of Pukehirau, was united in matrimony to Ronald Leslie Chick, only son of Mr W. Chick, of Dannevirke. The bride was charmingly attired in beige georgette, relieved with oriental trimmings and wore a large felt hat, shoes and stockings to match. She was attended by Miss Cathie (Bo??e) as bridesmaid, prettily attired in champagne coloured georgette, relieved with silk lace and felt hat, and shoes and stockings to match. The best man was Mr George Frame, of Waimiro, and the bride was given away by her father. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, the bride's mother wearing plum coloured silk velvet relieved with cream lace and hat to match. The usual toasts were honoured and subsequently the happy couple left for the south on their honeymoon, the bride travelling in a brown tweed costume with felt hat to match, amidst the heartiest felicitations. The wedding occasioned great interest in the district, both the young people being well-known and esteemed. Mr and Mrs Giddens are very early and respected settlers of Pukehinau. The future home of the happy couple will be at Waimiro
RONALD LESLIE Chick died 8 Jan 1966 aged 62
- he is buried Plot 20, Block LE at Mangatera, Dannevirke
- buried with him is Evelyn Maud Chick (24 May 1914 - 6 March 2002)

Thomas Arthur Chick
- married in 1914 Elizabeth Eleanor TURNER

Thomas 'William' Chick
- was a Dentist in the Cosmopilitan Buildings in Dannevirke 1902
- son of George Chick & Ellen Warry of Port Chalmers, Dunedin
- married 9 Dec 1901 to Jessie May HENDERSON at St John's Anglican Church, Dannevirke
their known children:
* 1903 - Ronald Leslie Chick
* 1904 - Isabel Phyllis Chick
JESSIE MAY Chick died 24 Jan 1910 aged 33
- she is buried Grave 93, Block B at Settlers cemetery, Dannevirke
THOMAS next married in 1923 Elsie Emily JOHNSTONE
* daughter of Thomas Carruthers JOHNSTONE & Mary Lightfoot FELLOWES
THOMAS WILLIAM Chick died 25 Nov 1938 aged 65
ELSIE EMILY Chick died 9 March 1961 aged 73
- they are buried together Plot 13, Block AE at Mangatera, Dannevirke

Walter Vincent Chick
- married in 1913 Jessie WATT
- Walter was Awarded Compenstion of £93.18 on 25th May 1929 for an injury received while working for the Shaw Savill and Albion Co., Ltd in Wellington. (This was equivalent in May 2010 of about $8,208)

William Edward Chick
- married in 1920 Mary ALEXANDER


the CHICK BRIDES
Alice Maude Chick
- married in 1909 William Henry RYDER
their known children:
* 1910 - Irene Frances Maude Ryder
* 1913 - Violet Gwendoline Ryder

Edith Chick
- married in 1896 William Thomas BECK
their known children:
* 1897 - Thomas Nathan Beck
* 1903 - Olive Ivy Beck
* 1913 - Ellen Edith Beck

Edith Margaret Chick
married in 1933 Raymond Jack McCARTEN

Elizabeth Chick
- married in 1867 James HAMMOND

Jean Louisa Honor Chick
- married in 1920 Andrew Fergus CUNNINGHAM

Mary Ann Chick
- married in 1910 Henry ROBERTS

Minnie Kathleen Maud Chick
- married in 1928 Roland Gordon BRADLEY

Phyllis Isabel Chick
- married in 1925 Charles John McPARLAND

Sarah Chick
- married in 1924 Herbert William QUARTERMAIN


NOTES
18 April 1890
George Chick of Dunedin appeared in the Supreme Court re the sale of the Otara Dairy Factory

10 February 1905
John Burston Chick charged his son George Burston Chick with assault

from Curious Fox:
John Chick married Sarah Burston approx 1830. Family on 1841 census at Waters place Bedminster, Bristol. John CHICK (30 something) occupation Carpenter, Sarah CHICK 40, Sarah CHICK 10, Elizabeth CHICK 7, (married 1854 William Roberts at Bristol,) John Burston CHICK 5, (married 1860 Victoria Australia Margaret Beanlands,) George Burston CHICK 2, (married June Quarter 1862 Kensington) **NB Burston middle names from John jnr baptism and George's birth registration. Another possible daughter, Mary Jane CHICK birth registration June Quarter 1841 Bedminster.

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by ngairedith on 2011-06-12 05:37:02

can anyone help Barbara4u confirm this query:

... I was searching internet for 'CHICK' name and found
'CHICK marriages in New Zealand 1867 - 1930'
My GreatGreatgrandFather was George Chick on my mother side.
and owners of the 'CHICK HOTEL' in Port Chalmers...
I was wondering if you had anymore detials on George Henry CHICKs b.19 April 1847 in England family as we have never been able to find his parents ot fasmily back in England...

This all I have from a search in UK for a Birth certificate- I dont know if this our George Chick - In 1861 I see that George Chick, b. Taunton (which is in West Somerset) b.1847, aged 14 is living in West Coker with mother Mary and sister Sarah. I now that Ellen Warry came from East Coker. Could be just a coincidence, but .... Can't find George in 1871 - perhaps he has already left England for NZ

by ngairedith on 2014-02-05 07:08:04

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