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some ROBILLIARD marrages in New Zealand between 1883 - 1930

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some of the ROBILLIARD marrages in New Zealand between 1883 - 1902

Clara Robilliard
- married Brian FINUCANE in 1903

Edward De Garis Robilliard
- married Jeanie Forbes YOUNG in 1902

Elise Ann Robilliard
- married James GRAHAM in 1895

Frederick Benest Robilliard
- married Nellie Constance FOOKS in 1902
- they had a daughter on 17-11-1907 in the Chatham Nursing Home
- he was living in Willis St Wellington in June 1910 when his 6 roomed house was destroyed by fire. It was insured for 190 (equivalent to $28,313 in June 2010) and the contents were insured for 100 ($14,900)
- he was one of the representatives with the Takatere Lodge Miniature Rifle Shooting team for the Friendly Societies Cup in 1913
- he was a representative player for the Ashburton Bowling Club in February 1913 against the Sydenham Club
- he was a member of the Ashburton Trotting Club in 1921 and on the Management Committee of the Ashburton County Rugby Union

Kathleen Mary Robilliard
- married Francis Mervyn SMITH in 1928

Louisa Ellen Robilliard
- married Wiliam TIER in 1908

Lydia Robilliard
- married George McGREGOR in 1899

Malcolm Forbes Robilliard
- married Winifred Marjorie McPEAK in 1929
- Winfred died in NSW in 1978
- Malcolm died in NSW in 1983

Noel De Garis Robilliard
- married Myra Daphne BELL in 1930
a known daughter was:
Jan Robilliard, born in Ashburton, married John Moffat HAMPTON

Olive Mable Annette Robilliard
- married George Frederick GROVES in 1925

Ronald De Garis Robilliard
- married Margaret Clavert SCOULAR in 1929

William Robilliard
- married Clara Georgina BRADFORD in 1883

NOTES
Alan Charles Compton Robilliard (with his photo) played Rugby Union for Christchurch but was put out for the 1924 season due to knee injury. He was an All Black in at least July 1924 when they played the combined Manawatu-Horowhenua representatives at the Show Ground in Palmerston North. He played Three-Quarters (George Nepia played Full Back in the same team)

There was a ROBILLIARD & SONS'S, Watchmakers and Jewellers in East St, Ashburtn (next to the Bankof New Zealand) in the early 1900s

The de GARIS-ROBILLIARD (above) wee possibly children of Nicolas George ROBILLIARD of St Jacques & Lydia Mary de DARIS of Mount Durand, Guernsey, Channel Island who married on January 17 1869 and lived in Canterbury

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on 2010-11-06 00:59:59

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