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some ROMERIL marriages in New Zealand between 1875 - 1926

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some of the ROMERIL marriages in New Zealand 1875 - 1926:

Ada Jessie Romeril (nee Gibson, idow of George Romeril)
- married James Baird in 1913

Albert Romeril (1858-1945)
- married Georgina Powell (1857-1937) in 1879

Albert William Romeril (1882-1963)
- son of Albert & Georgina Romeril
- married Sarah Margaret Williamson in 1913

Arthur Edward/Edwin Ernest Romeril (1889-1971)
- son of Abert & Georgina Romeril
- married Mabel Julia Reed (1889-1931) in 1915

Cyril James Quenel Romeril (1894-1989)
- son of Abert & Georgina Romeril
- married Margaret Jane Johnson in 1921

Doris Violet Romeril
- married Herbert Eric Phillips in 1920

George Romeril (1849-1921)
- born in St Helen's, Jersey
- arrived in NZ on the 'Halcione' in 1869
- Captain/Shipping Master of Wellington. He commanded the 'Kahu' 'Aurora', 'Poneke', 'Sarah Pile' & 'Toroa'
- married Sarah Jane Mexted (1858-1924) in 1875
- he died in Christhurch

George Romeril (1878-1911)
- son of Captain Romeril
- married Ada Jessie Gibson in 1908
- he died at home in Avon St, Island Bay, Wellington
- Ada remarried on 12 Aug 1913 to James Baird

Marion Jane Romeril
- daughter of Abert & Georgina Romeril
- married Matthew Harold Solomon in 1910

Marian Sarah Maude Romeril
- daughter of Sydney & Marian Ethel Romeri
- married Edward William Charles Hillier in 1926

Percy Samuel Romeril (1884-1937)
- son of Albert & Georgina Romeril
- married Joan Rubina Graham Reynolds in 1907
- a son, Percy Powell Romeril (1909-1955) was a Mechanic, lived in the Manawatu, (Ashhurst, Woodville) lived at Rangiora Ave Palmerston North & was cremated Kelvin Grove

Sydney Romeril (1880-1911)
- son of George & Sarah Jane Romeril
- he was a Bank Clerk in Christchurch
- married Marion Ethel McConnell in 1905

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