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REISIMA marriages New Zealand - 1902 - 1926

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the known REISIMA marriages in New Zealand between 1902 - 1926:

Annie Bertha Reisima
- born 13 April 1886
- daughter of James William 'Wenzel' REISIMA & Jane Bell SMITH
- married Edwin George ENGEBRETSEN (1884-1947) Boxing Day 1910

Clara Lavina Reisima
- born 6 February 1884 in Waipukurau, Hawkes Bay
- daughter of James William REISIMA & Jane Bell SMITH
- married Charles Robert THOMSON (1876-1922) in 1903
- married George OLD 1928 (1868-1950) in 1928, Taranaki
- Clara died 29 September 1959 in Hamilton, Waikato

Horace Manly Reisima
- born 31 May 1888
- son of James William REISIMA & Jane Bell SMITH
- married Lena ANDERSEN (1894-1966) on 15 April 1914
- Horace died on 19 June 1946 aged 58
- he is buried in Plot 30, Block C at Norsewood Cemetery
- his headstone reads:
Horace Manly beloved husband of Lena REISIMA died 19 June 1946 aged 58 years also Lena beloved wife of Horace Manly REISIMA died 1 April 1966 aged 72 years

James Bell Reisima
- born 1892 in Hawkes Bay
- son of James William REISIMA & Jane Bell SMITH
- James was a Farmer in Dannevirke
- he served in WWI as Private #10/577 with the Wellington Infantry Battalion, embarking for Egypt on 16 Oct 1914
- he was wounded in WWI on 3 June 1915 and was in Malta Greyling Well Hospital, Chichester. He was returned home on the 'Willochra' on 15 July 1915
- he married Janet Amy CROSSE (1897-1985) on 20 June 1923
- James died on 16 October 1965 in Dannevirke aged 73
- he is buried PLOT 4, BLOCK LE at Mangaters Cemetery with Janet

James William "Wenzel" Reisima (1847-1901)
- 'Wenzenl' was born in Nurchen, Boehmen Koenigreich, Austria. One of 8 known children of Joseph REISIMA & Barbara SCHOBER
- married Jane/Jean Bell SMITH (1861-1936) in 1899, possibly Hawkes Bay
- James was a Farmer in Waikapiro
- he died on 9 September 1901 and is buried in Plot 108, Block 4 at Ormondville Cemetery with wife Jane and her mother Sophia
- Jane remarried to Alexander ADAMSON in 1905
- she died on 14 May 1936 aged 75 and is buried with husband James and her mother Sophia Wilson Smith
- their headstone reads: In loving memory of JAMES WILLIAM REISIMA died 9th September 1901 aged 54 years also JANE BELL ADAMSON widow of the above died 14th May 1936 aged 75 years and SOPHIA WILSON SMITH mother of Jane Bell Adamson died 9th February 1907 aged 73 years.

Jane Bell Reisima (1891-1957)
- born 6 July 1900 in Ormondville, Hawkes Bay
- daughter of James William REISIMA & Jane Bell SMITH
- married Edwin FARRELL (1896-1977) Boxing Day 1919 Ormondville

Mary Ellen Reisima (nee BUDD, see William below)
- married Charles HYDE in 1920

Sophia Wilson Reisima
- born 27 January 1882
- daughter of James William REISIMA & Jane Bell SMITH
- named after her maternal grandmother, Sophia Wilson Smith)
- married Frank Alfred THOPSON 1929
- married William Lewis PAGET IN 1902

Walter Reisima (1897-1959)
- son of James William REISIMA & Jane Bell SMITH
- married Thelma ALPE (1905-1989) in 1916
- served in WWI as Trooper #72632 with the NZEF, 39th Reinforcements Mounted Rifles Brigade, embarked from Wellington 9 Aug 1918 for Egypt with brother Robert (see notes at end)

William Reisima
- born 13 August 1890 in Hawkes Bay
- son of James William REISIMA & Jane Bell SMITH
- married Maryl Ellen BUDD in 1913
- William died on 5 January 1918 aged 27

William Thomas Reisima (1890-1918)
- son of James William REISIMA & Jane Bell SMITH
- married Mary Ellen BUDD in 1913
- Mary remarried in 1920 to Charles HYDE (see above)

NOTE
James & Jane Bell Reisima also had a son Robert Russell Reisima who served as Private #10/209 with the Wellington Infantry Battalion.
He embarked at Wellington with brother James Bell Reisima on 16 Oct 1914 for Suez, Egypt
- Robert was KILLED IN ACTION in Gallipoli, Turkey on 9 May 1915 aged 20. His Grave/Memorial Reference: Sp. Mem. C. 15. at Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery, Turkey

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