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some HEAVEY marriages in New Zealand between 1878 - 1930

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some of the HEAVEY marriages in New Zealand between 1878 - 1930:

Delihia Heavey
- married John O'BRIEN in 1901

James Heavey
- married Sarah Jane HASELL in 1878

James Heavey
- married Fanny Maria HAYLOCK in 1900

James Heavey
- married Elizabeth FREEMAN in 1922

James Frederick Heavey
- married Grace Greta MUNRO in 1930

James Henry Heavey
- married Eleanor VASS in 1901

James Henry Heavey
- married Isabella Minnie PARSONS in 1907

John Heavey
- married Caroline RING in 1894

John Aloysius Heavey
- married Alison Maude BENNETT in 1922
- John was a New Zealand Navy veteran who had been decorated during World War I for bravery in the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli in 1915.
- a daughter of theirs, Pamela Heavey, was born in Longueville, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney on 17 August 1925. She was an Australian pioneering nurse, philanthropist and supporter of historical preservation and the arts.
She became a nursing sister in charge of St. Vincent's newly established cardio-thoracic surgical unit.
Three years later she went to the Mayo Clinic as part of an exchange-training program and in 1965 she joined the open-heart surgery team of Dr. Roy H. Clauss who become her husband in 1970
- Pamela died on 5 August 2001 of cancer


Kate Ann Heavey
- married John MURPHY in 1907

Mary Heavey
- married Charles Edwin NELSON in 1885

Michael Heavey
- married Mary KEENAN in 1918

Myrea Heavey
- married Alexander WILSON in 1925

Sarah Jane Heavey
- married James Thompson OSBORNE in 1896

Stephen Heavey
- married Elizabeth MERIGAN in 1888

Veronica Mary Heavey
- married Ernest William STAFFORD in 1920

William Andrew Heavey
- married Selina ASHBY in 1906

William Francis Heavey
- married Elsie Rennie BULIFF in 1924

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on 2010-11-29 16:18:06

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