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JOB marriages New Zealand 1884-1927

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known JOB marriages in New Zealand 1884 - 1927

* Doris May Job (1900-1940)
- married John Campbell DUNCAN (1894-1974) in 1927

* Elizabeth Agnes Job
- married Albert HARBOTTLE (1896-1925) in 1921

* Elsie Job
- married John Stephen ROE in 1914

* Emma Job
- married Hoey ALLEN in 1925

* Frederick Job
- married Isabella McANERY in 1897

* Hugh Job
- married Irene Lavinia BLUNDELL in 1924

* Kate Job
- married Hare ROGERS in 1884

* Miriam Job
- married George WRIGHT in 1919

* Robert Job
- married Julia LATIMER in 1915

* Sarah Job
- married George Harold Hoff STENSNESS in 1923

* William Henry Job (1882-1963)
- married Helena Mabel HARRIS (1894-1965) in 1913
EVENING POST 6 November 1913
WEDDING AT EASTBOURNE
A pretty wedding took place quietly on Tuesday, October 28, when Miss Helena Mable Harris, eldest daughter of Mr G. T. Harris (George Thomas Harris & Mabel Margaret Smith), of Eastbourne, was married to Mr W. H. Job, of Lower Hutt. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a charmingly graceful gown of cream radianta, trimmed with satin overlace and pearls, and a veil fastened with orange blossom. She carried a beautiful shower bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. There were four bridesmaids. Miss Mable Harris, aunt of the bride (chief), wore a very pretty dress of white embroidery trimmed with pink chiffon and roses and hat to match; Miss Elsie Job (sister of the bridegroom) was in a cream dress trimmed with heliotrope and a white hat and the Misses Irene (sister, Irene Sarah) and Madge (sister, Margaret Catherine) Harris wore dainty dresses of hailstone muslin inset with lace and insertion.
Little Miss Nellie Jones, who attended the bride, wore an empire frock of white embroidery. The two elder bridesmaids carried shower bouquets, the gift of the bridegroom and the little ones carried baskets of flowers. They wore gold brooches, also gifts of the bridegroom. The latter was attended by Mr R. Parkins as best man and Mr G. Rose, as groomsman.
Among the guests were Mr and Mrs G. T. Harris, grandparents of the bride, also Mr J. Smith, grandfather of the bride.
The bride's grandmother wore a dress of black roxona trimmed with cream allover lace. Mrs Breman, aunt of the bride, was in a tailor-made costume with black hat and ostrich tip. Mrs J. Munro, aunt of the bride, black lustre costume with black hat; Miss Harris (aunt of the bride), white muslin trimmed with lace and insertion and white hat; Miss Breman (cousin of the bride) tussore silk piped with green and a white panama hat; Miss Ivy Harris (Ivy Eileen, sister of the bride), white lawn trimmed with lace and insertion and a white hat trimmed with silk; Miss Molif Upper, pretty blue frock with black hat. Miss McCormack, cream frock and white hat.
Mrs H. Upper, Mrs W. Upper and many others were present at the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev E. Sola.
A reception was afterwards held at the Eastbourne Hall and the usual toasts were honoured. Dancing was kept up till midnight. Later, the bride and bridegroom left for the North, the former travelling in a dark tailored costume and black leghorn hat with an ostrich feather
the known children of William & Helena
1914 - Margaret Lavinia Job
1917 - 1977 William Thomas Job
* In 1938 William Thomas job was a shop assistant at 17 Bourke St., Kilbirnie (no wife)
* In 1940 he served as L/Sgt 6216 with the 22nd Battalion. Was a Motor-driver of 102 Hobart St., Miramar. His father, William Henry Job, was living Austin Tce., Mt Victoria, Wellington
* Between 1940-1949 William married Nancy Ethel (? 1915-2013)
* In 1949 he & Nancy were living at 1 South Street, Petone. He was a Foreman
* In 1957 he & Nancy were living 717 Main Rd., Silverstream. He was a Security Officer
* From 1963 to 1969 he & Nancy were living 717 Main Rd., Silverstream. He was a Chief Security Officer
* In 1972 he & Nancy were living 226 Fergusson Drive, Heretaunga, Upper Hutt. He was a Supervisor
NOTE on the 22nd Battalion (much more at this link)
... The 22nd Battalion (aka Wellington Battalion) was formed at Trentham Camp in November 1939, as one of several battalions raised for service overseas as part of the 2nd New Zealand Expeditionary Force. The first parade was held in mid-January 1940, when the battalion's four rifle companies - 'A' through to 'D' - were formed. The majority of its personnel were drawn from the Wellington region, with recruits coming from Wellington; the west coast, Hawke's Bay, Wairarapa and Taranaki. The battalion's first commander was Lieutenant Colonel Leslie Andrew, a Victoria Cross recipient from the First World War. He trained his new command hard and quickly earned the nickname of "February" due to his habit of issuing 28-day detentions for any breaches in discipline.
After completing rudimentary training, the battalion embarked for England in May 1940 as part of the 5th Infantry Brigade, 2nd New Zealand Division. Sailing on the transport
Empress of Britain, they made port calls at Perth, in Australia, Cape Town, and Freetown before arriving at Gourock, in Scotland, in June. Following this, the battalion spent the remainder of the year on garrison duties in the south of England where they were positioned to respond in case of a cross-Channel invasion by the Germans in the wake of the Fall of France

WILLIAM was cremated at Karori 31 Oct 1977. Nancy died in Upper Hutt

* William Patrick Job
- married Makarena Hare TATANA in 1919

PHOTO
KILBIRNIE, Wellington c1910

shows Bourke Street bottom centre, home of William Thomas Job in 1939
National Library of NZ

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