<< Previous - Next >>

GIESEN marriages New Zealand 1887 - 1930

Journal by ngairedith

some of the GIESEN marriages in New Zealand 1887 - 1930:

Alexander Giesen (1904-1947)
- married Edith Ellen Lines (1906-1948) in 1929

Charles Frederick Giesen (1865-1941)
- married Sarah Jane McCracken (1870-1937) in 1892
- Sarah died on 9 March 1907 in Kaiwhaiki, 17km N of Wanganui

Charles Frederick Giesen
- married Ellen Caroline McCracken (1874-1947) in 1909
- they were living at 46 Phoenix Chambers, Queen St, Auckland 1917

Charles Frederick Giesen
- married Beatrice Mary Harvey (1876-1945) in 1926

Edith Gwendoline Giesen
- married Alfred Cyril Parker in 1927

Edward Henry Rufus Giesen
- married Kitty Marie Briggs in 1917

Eunice Teresa Giesen
- married Benjamin Roy Penlington in 1926
- lived in Auckland

Florence Lucy Giesen
- married Richard Leary in 1887

Gordon Leary Giesen
- married Yatala Taylor in 1911

Herbert Hoyte Giesen
- married Margaret Elizabeth Blyth in 1930

Herbert Wellington Giesen
- married Laura Marian Fry in 1901

Leonard Mervyn Giesen
- married Violet May Baker in 1922

Marjory Leslie Giesen
- married Andrew Hamilton in 927

Percy Powell Giesen
- married Theresa Stephens in 1898

Theresa Giesen (nee STEPHEMS)
- 1st married to Percy Powell Giesen (1875-1908) in 1898
- married Errol Vernon Duffy in 1915
- son of John Thomas DUFFY & Elizabeth BENTLEY of Masterton

Walter Barendale Giesen
- married Emma Constance Knowles in 1896

by ngairedith Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2010-12-05 08:37:22

PECK of TAITA

Do you know someone who can help? Share this:

Comments

by MLH on 2011-02-24 14:11:30

Theresa Giesen
- married Errol Vernon Duffy in 1915

Errol is my Granduncle and have some wonderful photos of Theresa if you would like
We are having a Duffy Reunion on March 11-13 2011 in Masterton

by MLH on 2011-02-26 06:26:41

sorry, you sent an email about the above photos and now I cannot find it - can I send to an email address?

Register or Sign in to comment on this journal.