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SWEETAPPLE marriages New Zeaand 1872 - 1930

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known SWEETAPPLE marriages in New Zealand 1878 - 1930


the SWEETAPPLE GROOMS

George David Sweetapple (1881-1956)
- married Minnie BAILEY (1892-1981) in 1922
- Minnie was born in Malvern, Victoria, Australia, a daughter of Thomas William BAILEY & Elizabeth GOVE


Frederick Richard Sweetapple (1879-1942)
- married Ethel Violet BLACKBURN (1885-1915) in 1904
- 2 of their known children:
1905 - Thelma Florence Maud Sweetapple
1906 - Mavis Irene Augusta Sweetapple
- he next married Agnes Fergusson SEMPLE (1879-1918) in 1917
- he next married Elizabeth HENRY in 1919

George Laurence Sweetapple (1889-1966)
- married Doris Edna NATION (1896-?) in 1930
- 1 of 8 children of Edward James NATION & Martha Rebecca RYDER

Percy James Sweetapple (1895-1984)
- married Adelaide Mary Hart KENNY (1896-1985) in 1920
- daughter of John Patrick & Catherine KENNY

Robert David Sweetapple (1848-1935)
- Robert arrived in Wellington 30 April 1866 with his parents, Richard SWEETAPPLE & Mary Anne SEARLE and a sister Harriet Mary Sweetappe (1851-1940) on the BLACK SWAN
11 Jan 1884 Robert's father: At napier, on January 10th, Richard Sweetappe, aged 82 years. he funeral will leave his late residence, Tennyson-street, at 3 o'clock this (Friday) afternoon
9 July 1886 Robert's mother: At Napier, on July 9th, at the reidence of Mrs J. G. Gilberd, Ann Sweetapple, aged 75 years, relict of the ate Richard Sweetapple. The funeral wil leave Mrs Gilberd's residence, Dickens-street, at 2.30p.m. tomorrow (Saturday). Friends will accept this intimation
- Robert married Martha SHEPHERD (1856-1898) in 1878
20 Jan 1878 SWEETAPPLE-SHEPHERD- At St John's Church, Napier, on the 20th January, by the Rev H W St HILL, Mr Robert SWEETAPPLE to Miss Martha SHEPHERD, both of Napier. Home and China papers please copy.
- Robert ran a soft drink factory in Napier with his brother-in-law James Gilberd, who married is sister Harriet Mary Sweetappe in 1872. James Gilberd was an original founder with a Mr Budd. Robert bought Mr Budd's share and when James Gilberd died in 1912, Robert bought his share.
- In 1896 Robert made a claim for gold mining, at Whangamata
- they had 11 known children:
1877 - Richard Sweetapple
1879 - Frederick Richard Sweetapple
1881 - George Sweetapple
1883 - Alice Maude Sweetapple
1885 - Walter Robert Sweetapple, in Napier
1887 - Bertha Sweetapple
1889 - Minnie Sweetapple
1891 - Edith Nelly Sweetapple
1893 - Arthur William Sweetapple
1895 - Percy James Sweetapple
1897 - Hilda Sweetapple
- Robert next married Mary Ann CHITTEY (1861-1934) in 1902

Walter Robert Sweetapple (1886-1946)
- married Inez Elsa NEIGHBOUR (1886-1975) in 1910


the SWEETAPPLE BRIDES

Alice Maud Sweetapple
- married Albert Edmond BOURGEOUS in 1905

Bertha Sweetapple (1887-1959)
- married James Stewart Higgins PAYNE (1882-1955) in 1909

Edith Nellie Sweetapple (1891-1976)
- married Timothy O'NEILL in 1922

Harriet Sweetapple (1887-1951)
- married Martin PEDERSEN in 1910

Harriet Mary Sweetapple (1851-1940)
- married James Gatland GILBERD (1851-1912) in 1872
- they had 2 known children in Napier:
1875 - William James Gilberd
1881 - Henry Searles Gilberd

Hilda Sweetapple (1897-1969)
- married John Ramsay FERGUSON (1887-1963) in 1922

Mabel Sweetapple
- married George Neville GREEN in 1913

Minnie Sweetapple
- married William Eric Gerald PAQUALIN (?) in 1913

Thelma Florence Maude Sweetapple (1905-1987)
- married Nathaniel Cornwall 'Nat' BODMIN (1901-1983) in 1930

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on 2012-05-22 18:07:06

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