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NORTHOVER marriages New Zealand 1861 - 1930

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some NORTHOVER marriages New Zealand 1861 - 1930:

- children listed are those that are known, there may have been more -
.. birth dates may be approximate - based on age at death ..

Alfred Herbert Northover (1884-1967)
- 9th of 15 children of Joseph NORTHOVER & Susan NEILL (1852-1908)
- he married Elsie Lydia STANNERS (1887-1991) in August 1911
- Elsie was a daughter of Thomas Charles STANNERS (1862-1939) & Clara Josephine STYLES (1865-1942)
ELTHAM WEDDING A vey pretty marriage was celebrated at All Saints Church on Thusday, the contracting parties being Alfred Herbert Northover, son of Joseph Northover, Marton and Elsie Stanners, eldest daughter of Mr T. C. (Thomas Charles)Stanners, Eltham. Mr Harold Northover, brother of the bridegroom was best man ... more
- Elsie died 16 Oct 1991, buried PLOT 16, BLOCK 4 at Eltham General Anglican cemetery
- Alfred next married Eva Nellie GODFREY (1896-1990) 17 Feb 1920
NORTHOVER - GODFREY - At St Mary's Hawera, on Tuesday, February 17th, 1920, by the Rev J. G. Castle, of Eltham, Albert Herbert Northover, of Wanganui, to Eva Nellie, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs E. Godfrey, of Hawera. (1st of 3 chldren of Edward GODFREY & Caroline PERSTON)
- Eva was living in the Annie Brydon Rest Home, Glover Road, Hawera. She died aged 93
- Alfred worked for the railways, in Eltham, Normanby, was stationmaster in Ohakune in 1912, promoted to staionmaster in Feilding in 1915. In May 1918 he was living in Wanganui when his name was drawn in the Second Division (Class B) Ballot for war. He died in the Palmerston North Hospital on 16 June 1967 aged 83. He had been living at 118 Wood St. He was cremated at Kelvin Grove
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Annie Northover (1850-1891)
- 4th of 9 children of Josiah (Joseph) NORTHOVER (1822-1879) & Ann MURPHY
- married Felix O'Sullivan McCARTHY (1841-1928) in 1867
- they had at least 8 children (research continuing)
.. their known children:
1 1872 - 1959 Bernard Felix McCarthy
- married Mary Frances SMITH in 1902
2 1875 - Florence Eugena McCarthy
3 1878 - Mary Amelia McCarthhy
4 1879 - 1895 Felix O'Sullivan McCarthy (died aged 16)
DEATH - FATAL ACCIDENT at SHANNON 17 Aug 1895. A youth Felix McCarthy was killed at Shannon today by the capsizing of a dray. The unfortunate lad was thrown on his head on a rata root and death was almost instantaneous. Deceased was the son of Mr McCarthy, formerly in Patea but now in the Deeds Department at Wellington and nephew of Mr Northover of the Rangitikei Advocate
- From the MANAWATU HERALD 22 Aug 1895 ... the father of the lad, Felix O'Sullivan McCarthy, who was killed at Shannon has little spare time on his hands. He arrived on Saturday by the morning train and left by the evening train. The inquest was finished at 4.30pm and the body of the lad was placed in a coffin and carted to the cemetery and lowered into the grave without an attempt at any service
5 1881 - 1948 Justin Felix MCarthy
- married Elizabeth May ROOTS in 1911
6 1883 - Kate O'Sullivan MCarthy
7 1887 - 1952 Morgan Joseph Northover McCarthy who served as Lance Corporal 42138 with the NZEF 24th Reinforcements E Company in WWI, embarking in 1917. His next of kin was listed as his stepmother Mrs I McCarthry of Wellington (this was Felix's 2nd wife Isabella Elizabeth HUBBARD 1857-1938) whom he married in 1895. Morgan married Martha Jane McCOWN/McCOWAN (1895-1979) in 1926. He was buried in Whakatane Cemetery on 26 March 1952
8 1890 - Hanna Annie McCarthy
- in 1872 Felix had a freehold residence in Turakina, Wanganui
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Annie Northover (1876-1950?)
- 3rd of 15 children of Joseph NORTHOVER & Susan NEILL
- married Fred HAGUE (1875-1929) in 1911
MARRIAGE - 21 January 1911 - Miss Annie Northover, assistant teacher at Utiku, was married on Saturday, January 21, to Mr Fred Hague of Utiku, by the Rev Mr Clarkson. Utiku is between Taihape & Mangaweka, 76 km north of Feilding go to family page for posible death
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Daisy Mildred Northover (1890-1973)
- born 27 May 1890, 4th of 6 children of William NORTHOVER & Catherine POWER
- she married Reginald SINGER (1889-1959) in 1922
- they had 5 known children:
1 1924 - 2001 Reginald John Singer
- married Shirley Margaret MADIGAN (1923-1999)
2 1925 - 2006 William Lancelot Singer
- died in Christchurch aged 80
3 1926 - Winifred Aileen Singer
- married Mervyn Charles BLOOMFIELD (1924-2005)
4 Alan Keith Singer
5 Ngaire John Singer
- in 1933 Reginald Singer, of Lower Hutt was charged with selling milk which did not comply with the prescirbed standard (it contained added water)
- Daisy & Reginald are buried in Plot 173 at Christ Church Taita Cemetery
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Ethel May Northover (1887-1944)
- 2nd of 6 children of William NORTHOVER & Catherine 'Kate' POWER
- Ethel married James Richard CROFT (1886-1958) in 1909
- 1 of 6 children of George Turner CROFT (1845-1919) & Catherine STOKES of Christchurh, Petone, Manawatu & Auckland. From the EVENING POST 14 January 1897 ... I, George Turner Croft, of Mangaone Valley, Eketahuna, Builder and Farmer, will not be answerable for any debts contracted by my wife, Catherine Croft, as she has left my home. George remarried in 1900 to Charlotte Margaret JOHNSTON
NOTE James Richard Croft was an undertaker in Petone in 1920 when he gave evidence in a fatal road accident
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Graemy Irene 'Bob' Northover (1899-1966)
- born 12 Aug 1899, 6th of 6 children of William NORTHOVER & Catherine POWER
- she married Arthur Samuel HICKSON (1899-1971) in 1927
- Arthur was a son of Samuel Jasper (1860-1928) & Mary Jane (1864-1940) HICKSON. Samuel Jasper Hickson was a member of the Foxton Borough Council and proprietor of the Foxton Family Hotel. FUNERAL NOTICE, 3 Aug 1928 - The friends of the late Samuel Jasper Hickson are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, which will leave the his late residence, Park avenue, Lower Hutt, on Satuday, 14th August, 1928, at 3.15pm or the Taita Cemetery. J. R. CROFT. Undertaker Hutt and Petone. Tel. 528 Hutt
- Gramey & Arthur are buried in Plot 119, Christ Church Taita Cemetery
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Harold Northover (1888-1925)
- 12th of 15 children of Joseph NORTHOVER & Susan NEILL
- married Margaret Violet HANNING in 1913
- Margaret was a daughter of John HANNNING (1866-1939) & Mary McSPORRAN (1869-1948). John Hanning was born in Dunedin and worked for the railways for about 40 years in Pukerau, Upper Hutt, Te Aro, Taihape, Waipukurau, Hastings and Petone. He was honorary secretary of the Wellington South Ministers' Association and an elder of the Seatoun amd Miramar Presbyterian Church. He died at home, 7 Miro St, Miramar, Wellington
- Harold was secretary to the Egmont Box company for a number of years until Sept 1917 when he was appointed Secretary of the Eltham Dairy Company. In 1924 he was elected auditor of the Eltham Fire Brigade at their AGM on 14 July
- he died August 1925 aged 36
- he is buried OLD PLOT 12-NEW PLOT 1181, BLOCK 4 at Eltham General Cemetery
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Henry 'Dick' Northover (1887-1948?)
- 11th of 15 children of Joseph NORTHOVER & Susan NEILL
- he married Isabel Gertrude 'Belle' CANNON (1889-1954) in 1914
- he is SAID to have died in Wanganui in 1948 aged 61
- see family page

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Helena May Northover (1880-1931)
- born June 1881
- this would make her a twin with Eleanor May
- 8th of 15 children of Joseph NORTHOVER & Susan NEILL
- she married Robert Page McKINLAY (1873-1954) in 1920 in Wanganui
- she is mentioned in her fathers obituary in 1924, see family page
- Helena died in December 1931 aged 50
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Heneriata Northover
- married Tuahine WHAKATAKA in 1930
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Ivy Catherine Mary Evelyn Northover (1892-1962?)
- born 20 March 1892, 4th of 6 children of William NORTHOVER & Catherine POWER
- she married Walter Percival HILL (1890-?) in 1922
- Walter was 1 of 5 known children of Walter HILL & Martha Ann LILLY
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John Joseph Northover (1877-1938)
- 4th of 15 children of Joseph NORTHOVER & Susan NEILL
- married Ada May BETT (1885-1939) in 1909
- Ada was 1 of 4 daughters of David Cunningham BETT (born 1834-1917 in Leuchars, Fife, Scotland) & Jane KENDRICK who were married 1885 in Marton, New Zealand. MARRIAGE 20 May 1885 BETT - KENDRICK, On the 20th instant by the Rev. D. Gordon, Presbyterian minister, David Cunningham Bett, of Marton, to Jane, third daughter of Mr Jas. Kendrick, of Marton. In 1873 David was elected as a Commissioner for the Marton Local Board District
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Joseph Northover (1848-1924)
- 3rd of 9 children of Josiah (Joseph) NORTHOVER (1822-1879) & Ann MURPHY
- Joseph married Susan NEILL (1852-1908) in 1869
- JOSEPH & SUSAN had 15 children, (possibly 16) the first 2? in Wanganui

this family now moved to their own page
- individual profiles remain on here

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Louis Neill Northover (1886-1951)
- 10th of 15 children of Joseph NORTHOVER & Susan NEILL
- married Mabel/Mabelle Jessie HENDERSON (1889-1973) in 1919
- Louis, (Eltham, South Taranaki soldier) was reported wounded in war in June 1916. He served as Rifleman 25/133 with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 3rd Battalion, B Company
- his parents Joseph & Susan were in Eltham at that time. In Nov 1916 they (Joseph & Susan) received a letter concerning Louis being dangerously wounded:
... 15 Nov 1916 "Brockenhurst, Hants, September 25, 1916. Dear Mr Northover, - Your son, Rifleman L. N. Northover, came into hospital a week ago having been wounded in France on September 15, when our men made an advance on te village of Flers. His wound is in the knee, and has given him much pain and trouble. A piece of shell about the size of a small matchbox was taken out of it a few days ago, and he has been somewhat easier since. Nevertheless, his condition remains serious, but we all hope that his fine physique will pull him through all right. Despite his pain, he is bright and cheerful, and is happy to be safe in this comfortable hospital, where everything possible is being done for him. I know you will be happy and satisfied to have him alive out of that dreadful fight - With kind regards, yours sincerely, J. McMenamin, N.Z. Chaplain."
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Mary Katherine 'Kate' Northover (1880-1949)
- 6th of 15 children of Joseph NORTHOVER & Susan NEILL
- married George William BENNETT 13 January 1899 in Marton
MARRIAGE - BENNETT-NORTHOVER, At St Stephen's, Marton, on January 12, by the Rev Gardiner: George William, second son of Mr F. F. Bennett, farmer of Featherston, to Mary Kate, second daughter of Mr J. Northover, Marton
- in 1899 George was the stationmaster at Te Aute, Hawkes Bay
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Maud Myrtle Northover (1886-1970)
- daughter of William NORTHOVER & Catherine POWER
- married John COOPER 22 April 1912
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Mildred Agnes Northover (1891-1952)
- 14th of 15 children of Joseph NORTHOVER & Susan NEILL
- she married Charles Albert WAINWRIGHT (1856-1971) in 1914
- Charles was 1 of 3 sons of Charles Albert WAINWRIGHT & Margaret CHORKIN
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Sarah Marion Northover (1846-1934)
- 2nd of 9 children of Joseph (Josiah) NORTHOVER (1822-1879) & Ann MURPHY
- (birth place being verified)
- she married Thomas Watson FERRY (1845-1914) in 1867
- Thomas was born in Cumberwell, Wiltshire. He died 29 July 1914 aged 69 in Wanganui
- Sarah died aged 88
their 11 known children _______________________________________________________________________________________________________

Susannah Northover (1842-1913)
- 1st of 9 children of Josiah (Joseph) NORTHOVER (1822-1879) & Ann MURPHY
- Susannah was born at sea whilst her parents were emigrating to NZ
- Joseph was one of the "Weraroa Boys" who fought during the Maori War during 1868. He was 1 of 4 people in a car which crashed 25' down a bank near Kai Iwi, when he and other Maori War Veterans were returning from the 43rd anniversary of the fight at Weraroa, held 17 Nov 1911 at the scene of the historic engagement where the Weraroa Redoubt had stood. Joseph was thrown clear, his friends received only minor injuries. They were: Richard TINGEY of Wellington & E. McCALLOCH of Wanganui (plus the chaffeur)
- the 9 children of Joseph NORTHOVER & Ann MURPHY were:
1 1842 - 1913 Susannah
2 1846 - 1934 Sarah Marion Northover
3 1848 - 1924 Joseph Northover
4 1850 - 1891 Annie Nortover
5 1852 - 1878 James Northover
6 1856 - 1876 Jack 'John' Northover
7 1859 - 1925 William Northover
8 1860 - 1918 Henry Northover
- 14 August 1884 - at FEILDING, Charles Hodges, of Feilding, was charged, on the information of Henry Northover, of Taonui, that he did, on the 22nd of July last, at Feilding unlawfully assault complainant by striking him on the face with his fist. Defendant did not appear. Complainant deposed to the assault, which he said was without reason or provocation of any kind. Constable Gillespie was called as a witness: Saw defendant strike complainant three severe blows in the face; he could see no reason, and there was no provocation on the part of the latter
- 16 Dec 1918 NORTHOVER, On December 14th, 1918, at the residence of Mr W. Bensemann, Grey St., Marton, Henry Northover; aged 58 years. The Friends of the late Henry Northover are respectfully notified that his Funeral will leave the residence of Mr W. Bensemann, Grey St., Marton, to-day, the 16th inst., at 2.3o pm., for St Stephen's Cemetery, Mt View - A. Cobham, Undertaker
9 ???? - 1866 Edward Northover
- Susannah married Christopher John PARKER (1839-1924) in 1861 in Wanganui
- in the book Emerald Isle to Emerald Hills
- they had 17 known children
1863 - 1909 Mary Margaret Parker
18?? - ???? Susan Mary Ellen Parker
1864 - 1931 Christopher David Parker
1865 - 1925 John Joseph 'Jack' Parker
1866 - 1944 James Charles Parker
18?? - ???? Ellen 'Nell' Parker
18?? - ???? Mary Margaret Rose 'Maggie' Parker
1873 - 1942 Daniel Joseph Parker
18?? - ???? Robert 'Bob' Parker
18?? - ???? Sarah Parker
18?? - ???? Annie Catherine Parker
1878 - 1947 Robert Hugh Parker
1879 - 1952 Francis Augustine 'Frank' Parker
1880 - 1858 David Moreen Parker
1881 - 1928 Patrick Joseph Parker
1884 - 1957 Joseph William Parker
- Susannah died in Waikanae, Gisborne
- Christopher died in Makaraka, Poverty Bay
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Te Rei Eruera Northover
- married Kemihi Te Iwingaro Wiremu KURURANGI in 1930
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William Northover (1859-1925)
- born in Wanganui
- 7th of 9 children of Josiah (Joseph) NORTHOVER (1822-1879) & Ann MURPHY
- married Catherine 'Kate' POWER (1864-1938) in 1884
MARRIAGE - NORTHOVER-POWER, On the 15th of November, at St Paul's Cathedral, Wellington, by the Rev R. J. Thorpe, William, youngest son of the late Joseph Northover, of Wanganui, to Kate, second daughter of Thomas Power, of Dunedin
- they had 6 children:
1 1886 - 1970 Maud Myrtle Northover
- born in Naenae?
2 1887 - 1944 Ethel May Northover
3 1890 - 1973 Daisy Mildred Northover
4 1891 - 1962? Ivy Mary Northover
- they were living at 19 Bay Street, Petone when their son
5 1893 - 1917 Lancelot William Northover was KILLED IN ACTION in Ypres, Belgium on 22 Oct 1917 aged 24 years 6 days. He served as Private 10/3355 with the Wellington Infantry Battalion, 8th Reinforcements
6 1899 - 1966 Graemy Irene "Bob" Northover
- 23 September 1926 - NORTHOVER, In loving memory of William Northover, who passed away on the 23rd September, 1925. Deeply mourned by his wife and daughters. Also our only son, Lancelot William, killed in action in Belgium, 22nd October 1917; aged 24 years. Both sadly missed
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Lancelot William Northover, son of William NORTHOVER & Ann MURPHY
- KILLED IN ACTION Ypres, Belgium 22 Oct 1917 aged 24

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by ngairedith on 2011-09-14 17:36:11

updating for ABCPEM

by ABCPEM on 2012-11-18 09:54:30

HI,just reading through this again and realize that there is an error.
It says that Eleanor May Northover married james Richard CROFTS.
This is an error, Ethel May Northover born 1887 and died 1944 married James Richard CROFTS.Ethel is my grandmothers sister, second daughter of William and Catherine(Power) Northover.
I will double check with my Dad's cousin who is still alive and used to stay with Ethel as a child.
I do know the Crofts name was well mentioned in our family as they were undertakers,don't know why that got them extra mention but it did.
Thanks Alison B.Cooper

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