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MARBECK in New Zealand

Journal by ngairedith

the known MARBECK in New Zealand
sources used
- the death information from NZ BDM to build on -
- newspaper articles from Papers Past for the timeline -
- marriage & birth information from NZ BDM -
- online family tree sites for verification -
- NZ cemetery databases for burial dates & locations
- anything in italics is my addition to newspaper articles -
- some birth dates may be approximate, based on age at death -


Ailsa Janet Marbeck (nee ?)
- born 17 December 1918
- married Alfred Murray Marbeck
- lived in Glendowie, Auckland
AILSA died 5 Dec 2006 aged 87 (see Jenny's comment below)
- ashes buried NICHE WALL A - SIDE 2 - ROW A Plot 5 at Purewa


Alfred Marbeck
- born 4 November 1893 in Bolton, Lancashire
- son of William MARBECK & Mary Ellen MURRAY
- married Florence Eileen WADE (1893-1975) in 1920
- 1st of 3 known daughters of Henry WADE & Florence GILBERT (see comments)
FLORENCE died 30 Oct 1975 aged 82
ALFRED died 14 Feb 1978 aged 84
- they are buried Block M Row 35 Plot 102 at Purewa, Auckland


Alfred Murray Marbeck
- born 23 January 1921
- son of Alfred MARBECK & Florence Eileen WADE
- he married Ailsa Janet ?
AILSA died 5 Dec 2006 aged 87
ALFRED died 4 April 2009 aged 88
- ashes returned from Purewa


Alice Marbeck (nee COCKER)
- born 1882 in Bolton, Lancashire
- married Emmanuel Marbeck in 1906
ALICE died 12 September 1955 aged 73
- buried Anglican Lawn Row H Plot 104 at Birkenhead/Glenfield Cemetery with Emmanuel


Arthur Marbeck
- born 3 July 1907 in Bolton, Lancashire, England
- son of Joseph MARBECK & Florence NIGHTINGALE
- Arthur married Cecelia Gladys RAMSAY (1916-1955)
- they were Farmers in Otorohanga & later lived in Mt Roskill, Auckland
ARTHUR died 1998 aged 91


Arthur Marbeck
- born 1911 to Emmanuel MARBECK & Alice COCKER
- Arthur served in WWII as Major 23299 with the 2nd New Zealand Divisonal Artillery, 6th Field Regiment (was Captain until October 1942)
- NEXT OF KIN was Emmanuel Marbeck and Alice Marbeck (nee Cocker), of Auckland City & husband of Irene Miriam Marbeck of Remuera, Auckland
- (left a wife and daughter)
- KILLED IN ACTION 24 April 1943 aged 32 in Tunisia
6 May 1943 Advice has been received by Mrs A. Marbeck, of 8 Maungarei Road, Remuera, of the death in action of her husband, Major Arthur Marbeck, aged 32. Educated at the Seddon Memorial Technical College, Major Marbeck left New Zealand as a lieutenant three years ago. He served through the Greece and Libya campaigns. Major Marbeck was formerly manager of the Auckland and New Plymouth Transport Company
- Grave Reference: IV. C. 17. Enfidaville War Cemetery, Tunisia, north Africa - (posthumously MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES)


Cecelia Gladys Marbeck (nee RAMSAY)
- born 1916
- married Arthur Marbeck (1907-1998)
CECELIA died 1955 aged 39


Daisy Rosa Marbeck (nee ROGERS)
- born 1887 in Paddington, London
- a daughter of Richard George Henry ROGERS & Rosa Ann DOVEY
- she married William Marbeck
DAISY died 4 June 1949 aged 62
WILLIAM died 27 Jan 1960 aged 79
- they are buried Block H Row 5 Plot 100 at Purewa with William


Emmanuel Marbeck
- born 1877 in Pendleton, Salford, Lancashire
- son of Joseph MARBECK & Mary DUTTON
- he married Alice COCKER (1882-1955) in 1906
- daughter of Robert & Elizabeth COCKER
- their known children:
1908 - 1988 Harold Marbeck
1911 - 1943 Arthur Marbeck
- they lived in various areas of Auckland, Mt Roskill, Newmarket, Waitemata, Greenlane. In 1917 they were living in St Albans road, Mount Eden
9 Feb 1910 - AUCKLAND
... 20 Acre Diary Farm, House and convenient outbuilding; 6 miles City; water laid on, plenty winter feed, rent 43/-. E. Marbeck, Hillsboro-road
in 1912 Emmanuel was listed as a Milk Vender
12 April 1919 - FOR SALE - CLYDESDALE MOTOR TRUCKS
... 2¼ and 3¼ Ton Trucks, Now to Hand. We advise all interested in motor transit to inspect these trucks. Can be seen under working conditions at L. J. Keys, of St Heller's Bay, or E. Marbeck, Carting Contractor to the Auckland Milk Company, Newmarket
19 December 1921 - The MILKMAN WAGES & HOURS
... Judge Frazer to-day issued the award of the Arbitration Court in the dispute between the Auckland creameries and butter and cheese factories employees (pasteurising and distributing depots) and the following milk vendors:
AMBURY's Ltd
FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE MILK SUPPLY Co.,
HILL BROS.,
E. MARBECK
STONEX Bros.,
TAKAPUNA DAIRY Co
5 November 1925 - USED CARS FOR SALE
... BARLEY 6, 1924, de luxe model, new balloon equipment, repainted; any mechanical guarantee; cost £340 (2012 equivalent of $31,200); little mileage; cheap quick sale. - Marbeck, Auckland Milk Co, New market
ALICE died 12 September 1955 aged 73
EMMANUEL died 1 April 1961 aged 84
- they are buried Anglican Lawn Row H Plot 104 at Birkenhead/Glenfield Cemetery with Alice
note on July 15 1933 at the Auckland Hospital, Elizabeth, beloved wife of the late Robert Cocker, and dearly loved mother of Mrs H. Haslam, Remuera; Mrs E. Marbeck, Manurewa and Mrs J. T. Bentley, Ranfurly Road, Epsom, in her eighty-sixth years. At rest. The funeral will leave the residence of Mrs H. Haslam, 6 Lillington Road, Remuera, on Monday, July 17, for Hillsboro Cemetery, at 2 p.m.


Florence Marbeck (nee NIGHTINGALE)
- born 1872
- married Joseph Marbeck in 1897 in Bolton, Lancashire (see below)
FLORENCE died 1942 aged 70


Florence Eileen Marbeck (nee WADE)
- born 28 May 1893 (see comments box below)
- married Alfred Marbeck (1893-1978), (see above)
FLORENCE EILEEN died 30 Oct 1975 aged 82
- buried Block M Row 35 Plot 102 at Purewa


Garry Marbeck
- born 24 April 1938
GARRY died 24 April 1938 aged 5 hours
- buried Block E Row 37 Plot 109 at Purewa


Harold Marbeck
- born 11 September 1908
- son of Emmanuel MARBECK & Alice COCKER
- in 1941 he was living in Coronation Road, Takapuna
HAROLD died November 1988 aged 80


Irene Miriam Marbeck (nee THOMPSON)
- born 13 June 1910
- daughter of Charles James Milton THOMPSON (1880-1945) & Sarah Galbraith NIELD (1881-1955)
- Irene married Arthur Marbeck (1911-1943, killed in action WWII, see above)
IRENE died 16 June 1998 aged 88
- ashes buried Block E Row 37 Plot 109 at Purewa


Jean Mary Marbeck
- born 27 July 1917
- married Ivan Bullett USHAKOFF (1916-1980)
- in 1941 they were living in Birkenhead, Auckland
IVAN was born 20 Sep 1916 he died 10 Sep 1980
JEAN died 2001 aged 84


Joseph Marbeck
- born 1871 in Pendleton, Salford, Lancashire, England
- a son of Joseph MARBECK & Mary DUTTON
- he married Florence NIGHTINGALE (1871-1942) in 1897 in Bolton, Lancashire
- they had 3 known children in Bolton:
1900 - Joseph Nightingale Marbeck
1903 - Dorothy Martha Marbeck
1907 - Arthur Marbeck
FLORENCE died 1942 age 70
JOSEPH died 1957 in NZ aged 86
note On February 6 1929 at Bolton, lancashire, England,Martha, beloved wife of the late Joseph Nightingale, and mother of Mrs J. Marbeck (Penrose) and Mrs J. Harvey (6 Adelaide Street); aged 81 - (by cable)


Joseph Nightingale Marbeck
- born 1900 in Bolton, Lancashire
- son of Joseph MARBECK & Florence NIGHTINGALE
- Joseph was an Electrician
22 Dec 1916 - TECHNICAL EDUCATION, Seddon Memorial College
Examination results, Practical Mathematics - Second Class
Joseph W. BROWN
William A. CARRUTH (William Andrew 1898-1957)
John W. A. COOPER (John William Alfred 1900-1976)
James P. GAVAN (James Patrick 1896-1983)
David B. GREENAWAY (David Bruce 1899-1968)
Joseph N. MARBECK
Colin K. PEARCE
Brian VENTRY-SMITH (1899-1962)
Albert V. WILLIAMS (Albert Victor 1900-1984)
- he married Vida Olive MILLS (1903-1977) in 1926
in 1944 he lived in First View Ave, Beachlands, Auckland
JOSEPH died 1965 aged 65


Mary Marbeck
- born 1842
MARY died 6 Jan 1926 aged 83
- buried Block E Row 37 Plot 109 at Purewa


Mary Ellen Marbeck (nee MURRAY)
- born 1856
- married William Marbeck (1854-1923)
MARY ELLEN died 1940 aged 84
on September 25 at Cambridge, Mary Ellen, beloved wife of the late William Marbeck, dearly loved mother of Alfred, Lily and Will, aged 84 years. The funeral will leave C. Little and Sons, Auckland, 3.30 p.m. to-morrow (Thursday) for Purewa cemetery. (buried Block E 37 Plot 108)


Vida Olive Marbeck (nee MILLS)
- born 18 March 1903
- daughter of Francis George MILLS (1874-1941) & Ada Harriet REYNOLDS (1873-1943)
- Vida married Joseph Nightingale Marbeck in 1926
VIDA died 1977 aged 74


William Marbeck
- born 1854 in Bolton, Lancashire
- he married Mary Ellen MURRAY (1856-1940) in 1880 in Bolton, Lancashire
- their known children (who came to NZ):
1880 - 1960 William Marbeck
1893 - 1978 Alfred Marbeck
- they arrived into Wellington in September 1912 aboard the "Rotorua"
WILLIAM died Xmas Eve 1923 aged 69
MARY ELLEN died 25 ep 1940 aged 84
- they are buried together Block E Row 37 Plot 108 & 109 at Purewa
24 Dec 1925 MARBECK - In loving memory of my dear husband, William Marbeck, who passed away December 24, 1923. Ever remembered. Inserted by his loving wife, M. E. Marbeck


William Marbeck
- born 1880 in Salford, Manchester, England
- a son of William MARBECK & Mary Ellen MURRAY
- he married Daisy Rosa ROGERS in England
DAISY died 4 June 1949 aged 62
WILLIAM died 27 Jan 1960 aged 79
- they are buried Block H Row 5 Plot 100 at Purewa with Daisy


William Haydn Marbeck
- born 7 February 1928
- son of Alfred MARBECK & Florence Eileen WADE
- in 1936 (aged 8) he was in Grey Lynn, Auckland
WILLIAM died 16 Oct 2003 aged 75
- ashes returned from Purewa


William Stanley Marbeck
- born 1929
- son of Joseph Nightingale MARBECK & Vida Olive MILLS
WILLIAM died 1967 aged 38


NOTES & TIMELINE

the lists of names differ from the original in that I have put them in alphabetical order for easier reading (go to links to see the originals)


Alice Hannah Marbeck (1881-1953)
married George ORRELL (189-1944) on 18 May 1907 at St John's Church, Bolton, Lancashire, England. They celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary at 4 Ruru street, Auckland on 18 May 1932


19 April 1928 - DUNLOP-HORNSBY WEDDING
... A quiet wedding was solemnised at the Green lane Congregational Church on Thursday afternoon, when Miss Eva Hornsby, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Hornsby, of Sunerland, Durham, England, was married to Mr Arthur Dunlop. of Wellington.
The bride, who was given away by Mr J. Thomas, looked very dainty in a gown of blue scintallion crepemarocain, with pretty hat to tome; she carried a beautiful shower bouquet of pink cactus dahlias and maidenhair fern, with satin streamer. Mrs J. Thomas acted as matron of honour, wearing bois de rose crepe de chine, with hat and bouquet to match. Mr E. MARBECK carried out the duties of best man. Rev A. W. McMillan performed the ceremony and Miss Pearl A. Wallace presided at the organ


22 April 1928 - ST. AIDAN'S PARISH
... The annual meeting of the parishioners of St Aidans Anglican Church (5 Ascot Avenue Remuera) was held in the parish hall last evening, the vicar, Rev F. W. Cleman, M.A., presiding over a large attendance
Office bearers were elected as follows:-
VICAR'S WARDEN, Mr A. V. Burcher
PEOPLE'S WARDEN, Mr E. D. Reid
VESTRY, Messrs:
R. Barker
B. Hooper
E. H. Jones
E. MARBECK
F. Shannon
W. Skegg
A. D. Stanley
R. Woods
N. P. Wyatt
TREASURER, Mr E. D. Reid
AUDITOR, Mr G. Brownlee
ORGANIST & CHOIRMASTER, Mr J. Morton


17 November 1934 - AUCTIONS, COUNTRY SALES
... MANUREWA, clearing sale, account Mr E. Marbeck, Monday 18th


23 November 1934 - ST. AIDAN'S CHURCH, End Of Year Function
... St Aidan's third annual dance and bridge evening was held in the Scouts' Hall, Remuera, and was an enjoyable function. Over 200 guests attended and the success was due to Scoutmaster Brown, boy scouts and an energetic committee comprising, Mrs G. H. Tancred (George Harry Tancred??)(president), Mesdames, Trevor Gulliver, R. Leith, A. E. MaCartney, B. Woolley, H. Pardin and J. Proud
Among the dancers were: Misses,
D. Armitt
J. Bentley
P. and A. Bishoprick
M. Blake
J. Brown
E. Bull
K. Cameron
B. Clark
Y. Clark
B. Davis
B. Dingle
R. Fellows
Glen Finch
A. Fish
A. Fox
G. French
J. Gregg
G. Gribble
J. Harrison
O. Harvey
H. HASLAM
B. Hull
J. Hunter
B. Innes
G. Jackson
E. Jones
V. Kissling
J. MARBECK (Jean)
B. Millar
V. Moor
K. Morton
F. Muir
J. Heath Preest
W. Ray
W. Roberts
L. Snow
M. Sorensen
M. Thomas
B. Wallace
J. Wallett
E. Wood
M. Wright


13 May 1939 - LANCASHIRE SOCIETY
... An afternoon tea party was held at George Courts this week by members and friends of the Lancashire Society to bid bon voyage to Mrs E. Marbeck (Alice nee Cocker) of Auckland, who is leaving New Zealand on a visit to England. During the afternoon Mrs Marbeck was presented with a bouquet of pansies and chrysanthemums by Mrs Horrocks, who expressed the good wishes of those present. The hostesses were Mesdames Horrocks and J. Ashworth. The ladies present included, Mesdames:
Bentley
H. COCKER
Cotterall
Daniels
W. Emerson, jun
W. Emerson, sen
Glover
Goulden
HASLAM
Howarth
Imeson
Jenkins
Kay
Oakes
Patterson
Ratcliffe
Routledge
Smale, Miss
C. Taylor
Utting
Wilde
Wood
J. Yates



PHOTO
1924 BARLEY 6
like that owned by Emmanuel Marbeck in 1925

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by ngairedith on 2012-09-09 02:56:23

a very big thank you to margael for correcting this posting for all Marbeck researchers and later generations who may one day go looking for their ancestors

Subject: RE: Marbeck
To: ngairedith
From: margael
Date: 2012-09-09 01:42:59

Not all the people you mention were born over 100 years ago and there are a number of errors in your records. The family is a small one and the 'hits' you refer to will have been because of one family's business. Your records are not the most comprehensive in N.Z. - mine are. My cousins and I consider these postings to be an invasion of our privacy. Because you will not remove these records please, at least, correct them.
Ailsa Janet lived in Glendowie, Auckland, not Tamaki. Died 28 August 2006. Florence Eileen, wife of Alfred, was the daughter of John W. and Mary J. Wade. Alfred died on 14 Feb 1978. Alfred Murray died on 4 April 2009. Emmanuel's son Harold died in 1988, not 1941. Emmanuel did not live in Mangere or Tamaki - replace these with Greenlane. Arthur Marbeck (son of Emmanuel) was Captain until October 1942 (couldn't have been July 1943 as he was killed in action in April of that year). The "Mention in Despatches" was posthumous which should be in brackets after - it has a different meaning. Harold Marbeck was aged 80 when he died, not 79. Florence Marbeck (nee Nightingale) was born in 1871. Florence Eileen Marbeck (nee Wade) was born on 28 August 1893. Jean Mary Marbeck's husband Ivan was aged 63 when he died, not 61. Joseph Mareck should read Joseph Marbeck and his wife Florence Nightingale was born in 1871, not 1872. Mary Marbeck was born in 1842, not 1843. Mary Ellen Marbeck was born in 1856, not 1857 and needs to be corrected under her husband William's notes. In the same notes, Mary Ellen died on 25 September 1940, age 84 (not 6 January 1926, age 83). She and William are buried in the same plot 108, not two plots. Cecelia Gladys - her maiden name was Ramsay, it is not spelt with an e. It appears incorrectly in notes for her husband Arthur born 1907 too.

Presumably you have collected information from various indices and not from original sources.

I repeat, "the great deal of interest in the name" will be because of one family's business (now sold) and the ongoing use of the trading name. I strongly doubt it is genuine interest in the very few people with the name.

I look forward to your response.

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