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Albert WHARFE & Mary Eleanor RICE - New Zealand

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Albert WHARFE was born about 1863
- he died in 1923 aged 60

Mary Eleanor RICE was born about 1861
- she died in 1935 aged 74

Albert & Mary married in 1885
- they lived for a time in Coromandel

their known children were:

... 1
1887 - 1960 Oscar Mervin Rice Wharfe
- married Eva Ellen RADFORD in 1911

... 2
1888 - 1966 Olive Margaret Wharfe
- married Ernest James LOWE in 1919

... 3
1890 - 1969 Annie Eileen Wharfe
- married William Vincent QUANE in 1920
- son of Patrick QUANE & Mary NOONAN

... 4
1892 - 1973 Hazel Ann Maria Wharfe
- married George DENTON in 1916
- 1 or 12 children of Charles DENTON & Louisa BOSHER
- he attended school at Cambridge West, Leamington, Waikato

... 5
1894 - 1969 Albert Stephen Frank Wharfe
- Albert was a Carpenter
- married Hilda Grace McPHERSON in 1914
- daughter of Archibald McPHERSON & Mary CROSSAN
- he served in WWI, departing for Suez Egypt o 1 April 1936
- he served as Rifleman #26/1754 with New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 2nd Reinforcements 4th Battalion, H Company
- his parents were in Coromandel at that time

... 6
1897 - 1988 Thomas Unwin Meany Wharfe
- married Mary Josephine DEERY (1892-1964) in 1926

... 7
1904 - 1974 William Arthur Wharfe
- married Gladys Evelyn Myrtle REED (1904-1974) in 1926



16 March 1923 OBITUARY of Albert Wharfe
... Mr Albert Wharfe, who passed away recently at Pururu Avenue, Green Lane, (Auckland) was the eldest son of the late Mr and Mrs Thomas Wharfe, of North Albertland. He was the first white boy born at Port Albert, his parents and grandparents having arrived by the Matilda Wattenbach with the pioneer settlers. He went to Coromandel, twenty five years ago, and there carried on his business as builder and contractor also as mill-owner and timber merchant with his brother Mr William Henry Wharfe, at Whangapoua. Two years ago he moved with his wife and family to Auckland, whre, with his sons he continued his business till a week before his death, caused by an attack of rheumatics which developed into rheumatic fever. He leaves a wife and family of sons and daughters to mourn their loss. mr Wharfe was highly respected by all who knew him


see also Wharfe marriages

PHOTO
PORT ALBERT
from the site Albertland, New Zealand Museum

Surnames: DEERY DENTON LOWE MCPHERSON QUANE RADFORD REED RICE WHARFE
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