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Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver, (1841-1907)

This is the story of Daniel Norton1 of Northwood Halls youngest child and Daughter, Florence Norton and her husband, Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver.

The following story has taken me 37 years to bring together.

There are others descendant from the people in this story. Separately they had kept those newspaper clippings and their stories, which help fill in the gaps I had discovered in the books and biographies of a swashbuckling 19th Century public figure. They are also direct descendants of my 3x great grandfather, so it is their family history also. They did not know of each other, until now.

This is one small corner of our Norton history. It is about a harum-scarum young woman who took up with an much older man, who was a public figure, a notorious professional rake and all-round bad character how she defied her families wishes, and brought them into public association with this notorious fellow - where every salacious details were seized upon and published in the national news papers, across the country.

For those Nortons, in to-days terms, it was like seeing your teenager daughter associating with a drug dealing motorcycle gangster.
The strangest thing is - not only the number of descendants that kept track of their family history - nor that many of them are in Australia and New Zealand - but one lives within a couple miles of me.

This is their story:
Of Daniel Norton of Northwood Halls, Middlesex England, his youngest daughter Florence Norton [b: 1857] and H R H MacIver. Florence is detailed in her fathers last will and testament, as wife of Colonel H R H MacIver.

The Cast:
The first time each name appears, it is highlighted in bold.

I first came across Daniel Norton (1806-1888) and his family, from Joseph William Perkins(1897-1990).

Joseph was a Grandson of my great granddad William Norton (1808-1891) [from Penzance, Cornwall] and a cousin of my Granddad William G Norton(1885-1955). Joseph first wrote to my Father William C Norton (1912-1980) in 1972 and this started my thirty-seven year search for our NORTON history.

Daniel (1806-1888) and William(1808-1891) Nortons father was William Norton (1785-1857) - Daniel inherited most of his fathers business interests.
Florence Norton (1857-1932) was Daniel Nortons (1806-1888) youngest child.
Ronald Michael MacIver (1880-1917) was Florence and Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIvers (1841-1907) son
- Magdalene MacIver (1881-) their eldest daughter
- Sybil Natalie MacIver(1883-1954) their youngest daughter, with a descendant in New Zealand.
Marguerite MacIver(1887-) daughter of Florence Norton (1857-
1932) and (possibly the young farmer in the neighbourhood in newspaper reports) Benjamin Ceasar.
Bertha Sophia Pamplin (1861-1949) nursemaid to Florences children prior to 1887.
Winifred Ada McIver(1889-1974) purported daughter of Bertha Pamplin(1861-1949) and Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver(1841-1907) with descendants in Australia.

William Nortons (1785-1857) younger son, William Norton (1808-1891) did not do to badly and was able to bring three of his children Anne Norton (1850-1908); Algernon Norton (1855-1935) and Walter Norton (1857-1931) out to New Zealand in 1870 and spend 5 years setting them up before he returned to Penzance in 1875.
His children never returned - but Algernons sons Frederick Jason Norton (1893-1954) and Edwin (Ted) Alwven Bernard Norton (1896-1984) (my Dads Uncles) and Walters (1857-1931) son Walter Norton (1890-1962) did return, as servicemen during the First World War.
Matilda Norton (1884-1930) was Anne, Algernon and Walters older and eldest sister. She never married and looked after their father William (1808-1891) until his death. There is a box of letters from her to her brothers and sister in law, Walters wife, which are in the possession of Walters descendants.

Florence was Daniels youngest daughter, and a first Cousin of Matilda (the gossiping letter writer) Anne, Algernon and Walter.

H R H MacIver turns out to be Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver, a reputed Soldier of Fortune, who claimed to have served in some 18 different armies and the son of Ronald MacIver (1815-1858) Ross-Shire, Scotland and Anna Douglas (1818-1859) of Virginia, of Scottish lineage.
He was born on board a ship on its way to Virginia on Christmas Day 1841. His father was a Scottish gentleman from Ross-shire, Scotland. His mother was the daughter of a plantation owner in Virginia, USA. MacIver spent the early years of his life in Virginia, learning to ride and shoot, and when he was 10 years old, he was sent to Edinburgh, Scotland, to be educated under the guardianship of a family friend, retired general Donald Graham. It was intended that MacIver would return to America and enter the United States Military Academy at West Point, but instead, General Graham used contacts to get MacIver into the British East India Company's army where he began his military career with the Indian Mutiny. His first campaign was very nearly his last, when his head was sliced open by a sword.

He consistently used only part of his initials in his signature, perhaps because of the connotations of H.R.H. with royalty - His Royal Highness - pretentiousness was one of his failings.

H R H MacIver married Florence Norton in 1878 - and this notice from the "marriages" section of the London Times of Friday June 28, 1878, was probably the first her father may have heard of that ceremony:
"On the 27th June, at St Dunstan's Church West, by the Rev. Richard Earle, Brigadier-General McIVER to FLORENCE, youngest daughter of DANIEL NORTON, Esq. of Northwood Park and the Dell, Bonchurch, I.W."

I imagine Daniel Norton was upset when he first discovers from this, where his daughter was the previous day - her twenty-first birthday! He had sent Florence up country with a trusted family friends to keep her away from MacIver. End note:

Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver was described in The World Melbourne newspaper, Australia of Thursday, May 29, 1884, as Tall, say six feet an erect in bearing, weather-bronzed face, clean shaven, except for military moustache and imperial; brown, grey-tinged hair, close cropped to the well-set head; keen grey eves with quiet resolution stamped on every feature - such in appearance is Brigadier-General MacIver, the soldier who has fought under fourteen flags and who has won his way from cadetship to command of brigade.

He was allegedly involved in some of the major conflicts of the 19th century such as the Indian Mutiny and the American Civil War, the Serbo-Turkish War of 1875-76 and insurrections by Cuban nationalists against the Spanish. He was also allegedly involved in the Carlist wars in Spain, and served the Khedive of Egypt, the Argentine and Brazilians in the War of the Triple Alliance, and with Maximilian in Mexico.

Books and stories about him, say that during his long career, he won medals and collected wounds, diseases, and notches on his bedpost, yet little more was really known about him.

Original Source:
Rod MacDonald in 1990, republished the book "Under Fourteen Flags" written by Captain W.D. L'Estrange and first published in 1884 - and he is the Great great grandson of John W McDonald, a MacIver chronicler and friend. I corresponded over this book back in 1999 - and Rod kindly sent me a free copy of his reprinted book.
Since then, I have made contacts with:
A great grandson and great great granddaughter of H R D H MacIver Australia - who sent me details and copies of Newspaper reports and her grand parents recall.

A researcher of the United States American Civil War Heroes U.S.A. - who sent me a copy the file held in the USA National War Archives - beingof MacIvers Confederate Army Military Service record during the American Civil war. The Confederate or Rebels in the conflict, lost the war, though not all the battles - as you know.

A great grand daughter of Henry and Florence in New Zealand - who provided many different copies of News Paper articles, birth certificates and detail from her families history.

These connections did not surface until after I had printed the last edition of the The Nortons 1600 2000 book.

This is Henry MacIvers and Florence Nortons story
And how, between them, they increased the cast by about 18, with at least 6 living direct descendants in Australia and New Zealand and with this, an entirely different picture emerges, along this time line and from the following commentaries:

1. 1806, 20 December: Born: Daniel Norton to William Norton and Mary Wilshin; Northwood Hall.

2. 1841,25 December: Born: Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver to Ronald MacIver & Anna Douglas; at sea Hampton Roads USA.

3. 1851 H R H MacIver sent to Edinburgh Scotland, for education, guardian/patron General Donald Graham an Uncle.

4. 1857,27 June: Born: Florence Norton the tenth child and youngest, to Daniel Norton (1. above) and Louisa Delves (first Wife), Northwood Park/Hall (now Denville Hall, Ruislip, Middlesex.

5. 1862 from May 29 to when he was discharged on August 2, MacIver was a private B coy. 24th Battalion Virginia Cavalry, Confederate State Army.


6. 1863 May 21 MacIver was authorised [by the Lieutenant General, Confederate Army] to raise a company of mounted Rangers in Louisiana - but no record that this company was indeed raised.

7. 1863 Nov 27th to 17 August 1864, MacIver was appointed Drill Master with the Rank of First Lieutenant in the Confederate Army of Brig, General Jackson.

8. 1864 August 17 MacIver resigned on account of disability and for business of a family nature. According to his medical certificate and discharge records, he had secondary syphilis there is no record of battle wounds, indeed he was not in a position between his leave applications and hospitalization to have taken part in any of the major campaigns, let alone the consequential battles - according to his service record with the Southern (Rebel) Confederate army.

9. 1876: Serbia: H R H MacIver - Brig. Gen Serbian Cavalry. On August 6th 1876, he gained a commission in the Serbian Cavalry. According to Richard Harding Davis he formed a foreign Legion known as the "Knights of the Red Cross". Serbia was struggling to hold the better-trained and numerically superior Turks. They fought their first battle at Alexinatz on September 11th. The Turks were too strong but a one-week armistice was agreed between the two sides and MacIver was transferred to Chernaiev's staff as commander of the Serbian Cavalry. The Turks attacked at Ravinch (28th September) resulting in another Serb defeat, but pressure from the international powers forced the Turks to halt their advance. This Russo-Turkish War then led to the Congress of Berlin, which upheld Serbian sovereignty. After the war (1878) he and a General Chernaiv, commander of the Serbian army, holidayed in England.

10. 1878: UK: H R H MacIver on completing service with the Greek Government, spent time on the Isle of Wight where Daniel Norton had retired to 'The Dell', his estate on the Isle of Wight. MacIver mentions to biographer that he was nearly in a Duel about this time - MacIver also wrote a pamphlet of his experiences in Serbia. In it he described some of the atrocities that are still sadly to be found in the Balkans today.

11. 1878: Her father, who apparently did not approve of MacIver addresses to his daughter, sends Florence to Upper Bourne with a lady companion.

12. 1878: 27 June: Elopement and marriage: On Florence Nortons [spinster] 21st birthday, to Henry Ronald Hislop MacIver [bachelor], Dunstan in the West, then to Paris.

13. 1880 Born: to Florence: Ronald Michael MacIver, in Scotland.

14. 1881 Born: to Florence, Magdalene MacIver.

15. 1881: Florence Norton and Henry Ronald Hislop MacIver return to England with three children born in France (this date conflicts with some accounts).

16. 1881, November: Florence sues for divorce, cruelty and adultery soon after their return to England. Around this time, MacIver is also in court, being bound over with a surety of 100L to keep the peace towards Mrs. MacIver after being charged with using threatening language towards his wife (Florence) Florence had been living apart at Shirley Farm, Knockholt and he had visited her there - at the present time she was staying with her brother (Daniel) at Northwood Hall, Uxbridge. MacIver said he had heard her people were trying to procure a divorce. He had no objection, nor would he oppose them, but he requested them to be guarded in their actions, adding that, if he swung for it, he would inflict a cruel revenge on anyone who attempted to throw a stain on his darling boy. He would have meant his son, Ronald Michael MacIver Born: 1880 - above.

17. 1882, March 20: the first H R H MacIver versus F MacIver divorce petition was dismissed by the Judge, while Florence was on the stand giving evidence. The Judge was also unhappy at what appeared as a 'connivance' or 'collusion' between the parties - a 'connivance' met that they may have worked together for the divorce and that the marriage was not beyond repair - this in a day when divorce was not just a matter of mutual consent, totally not, there had to have a breach of the marriage compact [before God] and divorce was not just a matter of convenience - they took their religious ceremonies seriously.

18.1883 13th June: Born: to Florence, Sybil Natalie MacIver

19.1883-87 MacIver is in Australia- on the New Guinea business. He founded the New Guinea Exploration and Colonization Company in 1883 to colonize the eastern half of the island (the western half had been held for many years by the Netherlands). The proposals were attacked in the press as a filibustering expedition, and the British government refused to grant its consent to the enterprise. The position of Gladstone's government was one of consolidation of the Empire rather than continued expansion (this was the same time as Gladstone was trying hard to abandon Gordon to his fate in Khartoum). Providing the colonial backup and administration to new ventures was considered beyond the scope of the stretched government spending, despite MacIver's insistence that the expedition would be self-financing and the rewards would contribute to the public purse rather than draw from them. MacIver's previous exploits would also be well known to Her Majesty's Government. Lord Derby, the Secretary of State for the Colonies, was very clear; he threatened to have the Royal Navy blow MacIver out of the water if he attempted to land a force in New Guinea. MacIver went to Queensland, Australia, to drum up support for his planned colonization of its Northern neighbour. The governments of the various Australian colonies were broadly in favour of the annexation, particularly Queensland that feared the presence of another European power on her doorstep. Both the French and the Germans were thought to be interested in expanding their interests in the South Pacific. Sure enough, in October 1884, a German party landed from a gunboat on the north of the island and claimed it for Germany. Within days the British were forced to land in the South and claim what was left. Had MacIver's expedition been allowed to take place the previous year, Britain would have had the whole of the eastern half of the island. In Australia, MacIver published a book "Rivals for Supremacy in the Pacific" in 1885, which details the plan for colonisation and how the British Government thwarted it. It was dedicated, with much irony, to Lord Derby. MacIver rather cheekily applied for the post of chief of police in the new administration of the British portion. He did not get the job.

20. 1884: Bertha Pamplin of Farnham was nursemaid to Florence's Children.

21. 1884, 20 May: In Australia: H R H MacIver is interviewed by The World, Melbourne reporter. He was described in The World, Melbourne, Thursday, May 29, 1884. as Tall say six feet and erect in bearing, weather-bronzed face, clean shaven, except for military moustache and imperial; brown, grey-tinged hair, close cropped to the well-set head; keen grey eves with quiet resolution stamped on every feature - such in appearance is Brigadier-General MacIver, the soldier who has fought under fourteen flags," who has won his way from cadetship to command of brigade. This same report gives his reaction to a suggestion that he is a filibusterer - a vigorous denial.

22. 1886: Florence involved with a young farmer (Benjamin Caesar) in the neighbourhood.

23. 1886, November 1st Daniel Norton makes his Will, in 25 paragraphs. The 9th paragraph defines a MacIver trust legacy to benefit the three children of my said daughter Florence MacIver by her present husband Colonel MacIver until the youngest is aged 21 etc.. .

24. 1886, November 12th. Daniel Norton changes his will with a codicil which states in part, . . . by my previous will I had appropriated the whole of life interest in the MacIver trust legacy for the benefit of my daughter Florence MacIver but in consequence of her unnatural conduct I have thought it my duty to make a great change and I therefore reduced her interest to one half . . . He also determines in this codicil, that the willed annuity to his brother (William - who was Algernon's Dad) to be given to Williams daughter Matilda (Algernon's eldest Sister) to apply to the ease of her father, was to cease on Williams death (which as it turned out, was just three years after his), and not as earlier willed, Matilda's death.

25. 1887, February: Born to Florence: Marguerite (MacIver).

26. 1887: H R H MacIver returns from Australia.

27. 1887: H R H MacIver was in Farnham, Wrecclesham and Bourne, carrying unlawful weapon for weeks hoping to meet wife and the 'co-respondent' together, to save one of them from appearing in a divorce court, according to MacIvers reported (Newspaper) statement in court on the 1890, May 9

28. 1887, May: H R H MacIver hears of and contacts Bertha Pamplin, an ex nurse to his and Florences Children. He may have had some difficulty finding her as she moved from job to job, Met from time to time and this is when Bertha alleges intimacy took place.

29. 1888, 16th February: Died, Florences father, Daniel Norton of Norwood Park, Middlesex and The Dell, Isle of Wight. His brother William died in 1891, Matilda never married - and kept most of her fathers assets to herself, as long as she could - according to Joseph Perkins who hated her anyway.

30. 1888, May: Bertha Pamplin tells H R H MacIver she is pregnant to him, he is alleged to promises to do the right thing when divorce (from Florence) is final. He actual newspaper report, that in 1888 she told him of her condition. He took her to the Charing Cross Station and made her sign an oath. . Etc. Then later, the child was born on June 17 1889. It is difficult to believe that nobody in the court questioned a 13-month pregnancy. The case was adjourned for a fortnight, for some reason.

31. 1888, 4th November: H R H MacIver later admits he met with Bertha Pamplin at the Charing Cross Station on this day. If it was at this time that she told H R H MacIver of her pregnancy, (and the birth was a week or so overdue) this would be the correct timing for a birth in June 1889. The agreement to provide for her could have developed from this, this alleged Oath and statement he made her sign could have been conditional on her giving evidence for him in the divorce and not tell any one he was the father of her child.

32. 1889, May 6. H R H MacIver petition for a divorce, MacIver versus MacIver and Caesar, heard in the Probate and Divorce Division of the Crown Court by its the President Mr. Justice Butt, MacIver obtains a Decree Nisi.

33. 1889, [abt. August]: Bertha Pamplin and her brother in law confront H R H MacIver and ask for the help he had promised. He says (at the later paternity court hearing 1890)didnt I say it was a mean advantage, because only three months had elapsed of the six months required and H R H MacIver had also asked Why did you come? answer To get some support for your child the tone of his examination and following statements allude to black mail.

34. 1889. Before six months is up, the Queens Proctor intervention to the granted Decree Nisi is dismissed with costs (seventy pounds) to MacIver, against the petitioner (the Queens Proctor). From this courts comments, about the petitioners evidence referring back 5 or 6 years, it would appear that issues from the 1882/3-divorce case were put forward again (that MacIver frequented prostitutes).

35. 1889, June 17: Born: Winifred Ada McIver, alleged child of Bertha Pamplin and H R H MacIver.

36. 1889, November decree nisi granted to H R H MacIver becomes absolute

37. 1890, H R H MacIver gives Bertha Pamplin a promise of money but only pays a couple quid and Bertha Pamplin sues him for support. - Later, contradictory statements recorded as to exactly what was transacted or promised at this time in newspaper court reports of this time.

38. 25th April 1890 [Friday] H R H MacIver appears for the first time in the Dalston Police Court to show cause why he should not be adjudged the father of the female child of Bertha Pamplin. He represents himself.

39. 1890, May 9 [Friday]. H R H MacIver appears second time Dalston Police Court to show cause why he should not be adjudged the father of the female child of Bertha Pamplin. He again represents himself. Cross examining Bertha, MacIver alludes to Florences family being behind the Proctors actions and putting her up to this accusation. He believed it to be a thoroughly got up job by the same hand that forced the Queens Proctor against me. He several times stands on his Honor, asking why a gentleman and a soldier such as himself would propose to marry, indicating Bertha, Where were the attractions, in the first place? - It is disclosed that he received a cheque for 70 pounds as costs from the Queens Proctor for that interventionist action as it was, that was dismissed in 1889. The Judge, Mr. Hayden Corser find for Bertha and H R H MacIver is ordered to pay her 5s per week until the child (Winifred Ada McIver) is sixteen years of age, with 3 guineas (63 shillings) to the witnesses and 6 guineas to Berthas lawyer. When H R H MacIver gives notice of appeal it costs him another fifty pounds in surety.

40. 1890, June 9. Miss Pamplin is served with a citation to the Queens Bench Court of Appeal, for the case on appeal, which was expected to re-open in July.

41. 1893, September 9. Henry R. D. MacIver of New York was appointed USA consul at Denia, Spain. His nomination by the President of the U.S,A. was officially announced the same day the President sent the Senate the nomination, to be the Consul of the United States Henry R D MacIver of New York at Denia, Spain. This is also mentioned by Richard Harding [in Real Soldiers of Fortune the Life and Adventures of Henry Ronald MacIver New York, 1904 ] says that the man he was to succeed declined to get out, and the soldier of fortune immediately suggested that they go to the outskirts of the city and settle the matter with pistols or swords. Stephen Bonsal, the present correspondent of The Times in St. Petersburg, who was then the Charges d'Affaires at Madrid, was sent to adjust matters. He adjusted them and MacIver was install ed without bloodshed]
42. 1897, January 20th - giving his age as 18 MacIvers "darling boy" and Florences eldest, Ronald Michael MacIver, joins the British Army - he gives his birthplace as Midlothian, near Edinburgh - his mother is recorded as Florence Broadley of Quainton, Bucks - his physical details are recorded as 5 feet, 8+7/8th inches tall; weight 131 lbs; Scar on left ribs, fair complexion, blue/grey eyes, brown hair. He is attested into the 1st Corps of Dragoons of the Line, [a line regiment readied for active service]. His regiment number is given as 4041 - His default sheet has five entries by October 1897 and a two shillings and thrupence fine for desertion on the 23rd November that same year.
43. 1895, H R H MacIver travels to America, from Le Havre, France. This would accord with his term as Consul.

44 1907, 7 May: Death of H R H MacIver in the U.S.A. recorded in the 'The New York Times: 10 May: U.S.A.: The New York Times: Coroners inquest\burial/location of H R H MacIver who 'left one daughter who lives in England' obituary, 22nd May 1907. The Coroner's inquest into MacIver's sudden death did not find that MacIver had killed himself but that he had died as a result of chronic nephritis. On May 10, 1907, MacIver was buried at Kensico cemetery outside New York, in a place, fittingly for an old warrior, called Valhalla. The New York Times gave his age as 61. His death certificate says he was 56. In fact, he was 65 years old. His grave is situated in "the Range", Lot C, Range 14, Grave 19. According to Rod MacDonald, there is no headstone.

45 1907, 27 May: Marriage James Lee (soldier) and Winifred Ada McIver James joins Prison Service at Preston 4 children born, eldest being father of correspondence (Australia) 2003.

46 1917, 1st May: Death of Ronald MacIver, Acting Corporal S/13263 A &S/H The British Army Medal Roll for WWI on page 786 list the Victory Medal to Ronald MacIver R&S H Private S/13263 - This must have been awarded posthumously, as the British WW1 casualty lists record on the 1st May 1917.

Notes on the above:
From the following, I received Photographs, and copies of Certificates, records, and newspaper cuttings - as well as their own thoughts, and what they were told by their grandparents.
From Rod MacDonald, Scotland, a free copy of his just (re)published 1999 book Under Fourteen Flags The remarkable story of a Victorian Soldier of Fortune by Captain W .D. LEstrange 1884.

From Jennifer Lee, Great Grand daughter of Winifred Ida 2003 Hi, Yes I am in Australia, thank you so much for responding. I have forwarded your email to my father who has quite a few newspapers clippings from the UK regarding the General and various court cases. Florence is mentioned is a couple of them, I am sure you will enjoy them. He is scanning what he can and will forward them to you along with an Email. My fathers name is Richard Lee. I found a copy of Under Fourteen flags in Adelaide the other day so have bought that for Fathers day. I also located the other book at this Website; I think it is in the USA...Once again thank you for responding.

Richard Lee : Grandson of Winifred Ida
writes in 2003, from his recollections:
"We also have letters to Miss Pamplin (Winifred Idas Mother) from her family and some of her various employers over a few years, no doubt as children grew up her services were no longer needed, and in those days she would have needed good references. After the child was born (which interestingly I cannot find on the 1901 census Or birth records) Miss Pamplin married and her husband became a self employed carrier and they built a new house in a " good part" of the town of Farnham Which was itself a prosperous town. I grew up in that house. The child was named Winifred Ada and on her marriage licence on 27 7 1907 she was named as Winifred Ada McIver (note spelling) she married a James Lee a corporal in the 16th Lancers he died a sergeant in France on 30th Oct 1918 Just a bit of background for you, all for now. Regards Richard Lee Australia
And further: . . . the date of death difference came from another bit of info I had about him and they got it wrong. He was in the army in 1907 and I have a letter he wrote to Mrs. Stannard (nee Pamplin) asking permission to court her daughter (the supposed daughter of MacIver via Mrs. Stannard Nee Pamplin). Permission was given and he left the army and they married 27/7/1907. He got a job as a prison warder at Preston prison, and it is the "Prison Service Monthly Circular" that gives his death as 30 Oct 1918, it also says he was twice mentioned in dispatches. My father was the first of 4 children they had, and after James's death Winifred left my father with his grandmother (Mrs. Stannard Nee Pamplin) and went to America with the other three children. She later remarried. My father stayed in England with his Grandmother in the house I mentioned that I grew up in. Hope this helps a bit. Richard Lee Australia (deceased)

From Eddy Edison,
USA, [Southern Heroes of the American Civil War) a large bulky envelope with photocopies of what appears to be MacIvers complete service file in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. Apparently they had not closely studied these records until they received my request. Along with the records, was a note, MacIver had been expunged from their pantheon of heroes.

From Penny Jamieson 2010
I am a great granddaughter of Florence MacIver. Her youngest daughter (Sybil) Nathalie was my grandmother. She had three children Ronald probably born in Scotland. Magdalene, born in Kent and Nathalie born in the Isle of Wight. I believe that she and MacIver divorced around 1888. But I do not know the circumstances or what happened to Florence after that. I am very interested in anything you might be able to point me to. MacIver given the childrens custody in 1891-- and soon after "he was appointed US Consul to Spain"

A Summary of the Dissertations on The Florence Norton and Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver, saga
Divorce suits:
What the motives and machinations were behind the first divorce attempt 1881 by Florence can only be conjecture at this distance. One of the possibilities are the 30,000L (Eng.) pounds, that MacIver mentioned to Bertha Pamplin he expected to come into, was his compensation or on promise, for his leaving the Norton family alone. This could be the explanation - the judge saw something like this, when he dismissed the first [1881] suit, he obviously thought it was in the nature of being contrived, with his finding of collusion.

Perhaps one or both parties became unhappy with the projected outcomes. Perhaps the Nortons saw a cheaper and less public way to be rid of MacIver, or perhaps MacIver just wanted more. He may have reconsidered the value of being declared and adulterer. His proclamations [in the news paper court reports] of personal honor, would suggest such a slight on his name could not be taken lightly.

In any case, it is doubtful that he got anything, certainly not 30,000L.
Because later, during the Bertha Pamplin paternity suit, the prosecution was aware of the seventy pounds compensation from the Crown and even where he spent this sum, but contains no reference to anything received from the Nortons - and they were after his last penny.

Also, it would have been very foolish of him to risk any such amount if it was still on offer - against the far lesser sum it would have taken to buy off Bertha, her mother and brother in law, before Bertha's suit got to court.

The Second Divorce suit went in Henry MacIver's favour, and he was granted a decree nisi. This second suit in 1888 is listed as MacIver Vs MacIver and B. Caesar in the newspaper reports, which had a field day with MacIver's statements in the courtroom. H. R. H. MacIver was suing for divorce on the grounds of his wifes (Florence) adultery. MacIver loudly proclaims that he did not take being cuckolded lightly, telling this to Bertha Pamplin and then repeating it in the Courtroom while giving evidence - further, as reported in the news paper cutting's, that "he said he had spent some time seeking them out together with a deadly weapon in his pocket and some one would not be making it into a divorce court".
The Newspaper comments that this is scarcely poetic reading to the young farmer who replaced the general in the young wifes affections.

It could be supposed that Florences Young Farmer (B. Caesar) was a single man and had the means to be called a Farmer. Further, that he was also the father of the child born in February 1887. There are several families of that name, with rural address in the Bourne area to this day.

Then the Queens Proctor intervened and the case was heard on appeal with the Proctor alleging that H R H MacIver's misconduct some years earlier, was sufficient to over turn the decree nisi awarded MacIver and award it instead to Florence. This appeal was based on evidence by women of low repute, and failed. MacIver was awarded seventy pounds in costs against the Proctor. But in this court case, the sure fire nature of Bertha Pamplins accusation was not raised in Court. Possibly, as Berha had given evidence in the earlier MacIver v MacIver and Caesar suit against Florence, and the Nortons were not in her confidence, she did not tell them.
It is interesting that getting the Queens Proctor to appeal a [civil] case was not a readily available option for everybody, in practice.
It is also interesting that Daniel (Snr) Brother, William Norton (Algernon's Father) also took a case to the Privy Council, and won a judgment against the Mayor of the Penzance City Council. I would argue, that this family better than most, knew its way about the legal system.

Paternity Suit: Bertha Pamplin.
Bertha Pamplins suit against MacIver followed the two (above) divorce court cases and the earlier Police Court action for threatening his wife, Florence. MacIver, who always represented himself, apparently thought that the Norton Family was behind Bertha Pamplins court action and were providing her the means to proceed with it. Indeed, it would appear some one from the Norton family was in Court the day he cross-examined Bertha. There may have been others present, that he associated with Government Officers, is suggested by the alternative questions he asked Berha about who was paying for her lawyer.

Bertha won her case, and was awarded support for the child by MacIver. Following the case, as reported at the time in the local and London News papers, one can wonder if reporting standards to-day are the worse compared to over 100 years ago. Bertha appears to have had a pregnancy of over 12 months, according to the newspaper. MacIver vigorously denied paternity, slandering her, but he admitted offering her help when she was known to be pregnant.
In the end, the Court settlement against him was about 20L more than he admitted to offering. It is quite possible he never paid it, or pursued the appeal he lodged against this judgment. By not paying Bertha Pamplin in the first instance, he ended up being ordered to pay more - and suffer the pain, the damage, to his 'honour' brought by this public exposure of his less than honorable actions and intentions.

It is most probable that he just did not have the money to pay off his promise to Bertha, or pay for a lawyer to act for his defense against Bertha Pamplins suit, and he may have worked out the dates.

Bertha Pamplin married and her husband, Stannard, became a self-employed carrier. They built a new house in a good part of town, Farnham which was itself a prosperous place. Correspondent Richard Lee grew up in that house.

The child, Winifred Ada Pamplin as registered at birth in 1890, married James Lee, a soldier, in July 1907 and she gave MacIver as her birth name on the licence. James joins the Prison Service, and at 38 yoa, was a Military Police man when he was killed in action, in France, on the 3rd October 1918.
They had four children by then, the eldest was the Richard Lees father. After James death, Winifred Ada Lee left him with his grandmother [Bertha Stannard nee Pamplin] and took the other three to the USA with her. She later re-married there.

The eldest boy stayed with his grandmother, and in due course it was his home, and home in turn to his children, including my correspondent, Richard Lee, now in Australia.


Daniel Norton:
While Florences father obviously did not approve of H. R. H. MacIver, he was still offended by Florences adultery in that marriage. His manner of expressing this would indicate that her happiness and safety was of lesser note than her moral behaviour.

Daniel Nortons will of 1886 bequests "to my daughter Florence MacIver the wife of Colonel MacIver. . in formulating a MacIver Trust Legacy of eight thousand pounds (8,000L) at 3% interest, for the benefit of "the three children of my daughter Florence MacIver by her present Husband with a life interest of ten pounds a month to Florence".
There is no way Daniel Norton would let MacIver could get his hands on any of his daughters money.
In a codicil, this life interest of a ten-pound monthly allowance is cut by half (to five pounds a month) because of her, quote "unnatural behaviour".
Perhaps this is a reference to her adultery and bearing a child (or two) out of wedlock. The careful wording of her fathers will in this section [of 30 paragraphs and codicils] indicates that the present husband clause had specific meaning and intent. His careful wording in the rest of his will, locks up all other bequests until those to his wife have been met.
This is his second Wife - not that much older than his sons who are executing his will and it's as if he did not trust them in this regard.

From the News Paper's reportage, from Daniels will and from the various Biographies, it is clear that Florences father and brothers, did not agree with their youngest daughter and sister associating with some one of foreign mien, suspect motives, an object of public speculation, and doubtful social standing. MacIver mirrors such suspicion and ill will in his bold statements in court - and in the questions in his cross-examination of Bertha Pamplin, the childrens ex nurse. It is clear that Florences father and brother were not amused to have Florence drag the family, by association with MacIver, through the mud. This last codicil to her fathers will, tagging her behaviour as unnatural has the echoes of a sermon about it.

As previously noted - one of the biographies of H. R. H. MacIver has a passing reference to a near duel situation, and "a near thing", at about the time he could have been paying court to Florence. It is open to conjecture whether his relationship with the Father and Brothers of Florence deteriorated to the point it came to violence or the threat of it.
It appears H.R.H. and Florence would have met on the Isle of Wight, where he holidayed with General Chernaiv, commander of the Serbian army and where Daniel had retired to after the death of Florences Mother, and his increasing ill health, (though he lived to 80+) with his [second] wife and youngest children. It was evidenced that Florence was sent away to Bourne under the care of a respectable Lady companion to keep them apart. MacIver followed her there, and they married on her 21st Birthday, in what the newspapers report as an elopement to Paris.

Conspiracy Theories:
The proposition that H. R. H. MacIver was the victim of a conspiracy to make an assault on his Honor, is the one he put forward in court, whilst defending himself against the suit of Bertha Pamplin, and is reviewed in the time line and Rod MacDonalds dissertation, above.

Now, if the Bertha paternity suit was a paid for by the Nortons, (and here the principles may have changed with the death of Daniel Senior in 1888 to her eldest Brother, Daniel) then knowledge of MacIvers involvement with this ex nursemaid came to late be useful. So if they were involved in Bertha's suit, it could only be vindictive - against MacIver.

When challenging the decree nisi granted to H. R. H. MacIver with his successful MacIver vs. MacIver and Caesar suit, the Queens Procter brought forward evidence of "what was alleged to have taken place five or six years ago" which failed to be convincing. Is was "the evidence of immoral women" - according to the Judge, and he then awarded 70L compensation to be paid to MacIver by the Crown for what he found to be a wrongful suit (the Queens Proctor being a Crown Office).

One or both the divorce suits may have been intended to be met by substantial settlement on the side to keep it quiet and away from the lime light. There is the matter of the 30,000L that MacIver is alleged to have mentioned to Bertha Pamplin as an expectation. There may have been a raising of the ante by H. R. H. MacIver that prompted the Norton camp to invoke the Queens Procter to appeal the decree nisi. MacIver was an experienced and wide publicist of his various political forays [the New Guinea fiasco] and made publications of his own exploits, as well, there were a number of others who lined up to write about him.

A strategy that recovered and or protected the Norton families good name from Florences unnatural conduct and/or screened Florence and her unnatural conduct must have been considered. When they tried this with the Queens Proctors intervention, they failed.

The Nortons [or their known agent/s] were apparently attending the second day of the paternity suit hearing against MacIver, brought by Berha Pamplin, Florences childrens nurse/nanny. If it was a conspiracy, it was not successful, MacIver admitted to a proffered financial accommodation to Bertha, when he could have lied, or he could have paid up before it went to court.

The Paternity case of Bertha Pamplin the Nurse Maid, went against him, and in the face of contradictory evidence made in court (as to his possible paternity of the child) - there is a conflict of dates, that if correctly reported, most professional rake's would die for.

I do not think the Norton camp were aware of their nursemaids involvement with MacIver until it was to late to use it. It does not follow that there was any conspiracy involved in that issue. If it was a conspiracy, it was not a particularly clever one, and did nothing but give MacIver a stump from which to reiterate that he was injured party up against influential and wealthy protagonists.

MacIver, shortly afterwards, went to the Americas. According to a Great Grand Daughter (Penny J.), he was awarded care of his children to Florence before that. If this were so, it does not appear he exercised it - nor did he contribute to their support. This could be a misreading of the handwritten court order directing him to support his family. He apparently never returned to England, possibly traveling through France to and from his Diplomatic post as a U.S.A. envoy in Spain.

However - in all his autobiographies, biographies and in interviews with reporters and journalists, this part of his life is almost completely missed out.

Duels:
MacIver biographers all write about the many duels he fought during his military career. The reasons for the duels were most often over women.
One near duel is recorded for 1878 on the Isle of Wight. This was about the time he was paying court to Florence and Florences family, who were living there, and which included several able brothers. Florences family was not at all happy with MacIvers attentions and Florence was sent away up country to separate them. If there was a near duel at this time, it was possibly his future father and/or future brothers in law and/or their retainers taking him on. However, MacIvers books do not reveal any detail and are short on specific dates - further, none of them mention his marriage or what followed. They were written during his lifetime and before his obituary was written.

MacIvers Wounds:
Some of MacIver's wounds reported by his biographers, were minor - others were quite serious. Given the nature of his wounds and recorded diseases, his death at a comparatively old age is a bit of a surprise. Author, Rod Mac Donalds great grandfather was a friend of MacIver's who reported that when they holidayed in Dunbar together, MacIver took off his shirt to swim and his torso was covered in sabre slashes, bullet holes, and other wounds, allegedly the grisly result of his military exploits and his dueling.

One of the major causes of death amongst soldier was neither blade, bullet bomb nor shell - but disease. MacIver's medical history as far as it was known to his biographers, included: in 1858, Sunstroke; in 1862, yellow fever; in 1868, Cholera.
Not reported by any of his Biographers, are the details in his Confederate Army record where recorded on a medical certificate, dated 19th August 1864 he had Secondary Syphilis. He was allowed to resign. Could MacIver have paid for that certificate to get him off and away from the loosing side in 1864?
In those days, this was a fatal viral disease, there was no cure, and you would not live another forty years if that diagnosis were accurate. The Confederate side was the losing side in the American Civil War between the States - Army Doctors should have been familiar with that disease. As his wives and descendants now know, MacIver had few scruples.

MacIver's Medals:
In the course of his career, MacIver and his biographers claim he was awarded or won a number of medals. An 1876 picture of him shows him wearing a Serbian uniform with a row of five medals on his chest, one round his neck and one on his lower chest. Although the picture is quite blurred a couple of the medals are quite distinctive. MacIver claims it was promised he would be made a Count, by Don Carlos, claimant to the throne of Spain.
Don Carlos did not win back his throne - MacIver did not become a Count.

Affairs:
MacIver had many "affairs". This is a claim repeated Under Fourteen Flags, but no details, no names or dates are revealed. There is mention of a Comtesse de la Torre, of whom MacIver was reported saying, he would have punched her had she been a man. While there is no mention of MacIver having married in any of the published books on him, his death certificate shows that he was a widower and his obituary in the New York Times refers to a surviving daughter in England.

Finally:
His death in 1907 was caused by Chronic Nephritis - which means, apart from whatever else he may have suffered, he died of kidney failure.

Headlines from the: New York Times May 7, 1907
(abridged): GEN. MACIVER DEAD; HERO OF MANY WARS
WAS ALMOST PENNILESS. Soldier of Fortune, Who Fought Under 18 Flags, Dies in Lodging House Coroner to Investigate the Death of the Man Who Was Honored by Many Nations. Major Gen. Henry Donald Douglas MacIver of the Servian Army, Major in the Confederate States army, and with rank varying from the highest to the lowest under eighteen flags, died yesterday morning in a lodging house at 228 West Twenty-second Street. His body was found just before noon by his landlady, Mrs. Mabel Campbell, who forced the door open after rapping on it in vain. The General had been heard to move about his room in the early morning. The night before he had complained of feeling cold, and Mrs. Campbell had sent him a drink of whiskey and later a cup of tea. A fellow lodger went to his room at midnight and asked him if he needed anything. I thank you, Sir the General replied, I need nothing.
The police of the West Twentieth Street Station, taking an inventory of his belongings, wrote it down that the soldier of fortune, the warrior who had fought under eighteen flags for the mere love of fighting, had 46 cents in cash and his clothing. If the General hastened his end, it was done so carefully that no one suspected it. Apparently natural death was recorded on the blotter at the station. The Coroner, however, will hold an inquest. Mrs. Campbell said last night that her lodger was ready to start for Washington several days ago, when he received a letter, which kept him in New York. Gen. MacIver was 61 years old, but showed few signs of his age. Gen. MacIver sought the lodging house of Mrs. Campbell two months ago, coming here from Washington. He had been a familiar figure in the city for years, but had gone to the capitol for some reason known only to himself. He had remained in his room for the most part since his return, but when he did greet his landlady or a fellow-lodger, he was always dressed with great care.
Mrs. Campbell said last night: He was waiting for Richard Harding Davis, who has written so much about his fighting career. He was expecting Mr. Davis in a few days, and told me about it. We all knew that the old gentleman was a great soldier. He looked it. Gen. MacIver's scant belongings consisted of uniforms, his well-cared-for street clothes, and a trunk full of papers telling of his life of adventure. Mrs. Campbell said last night that Gen. MacIver left one daughter, who lives in England. New York Times May 7th 1907.

There is no mention here of his 1893 appointment by the President [of the USA] as Consul to Spain yet this appointment was in the official gazette.


Burial
The Coroner's inquest into MacIver's sudden death did not find that MacIver had killed himself but that he had died as a result of chronic nephritis. On May 10, 1907, MacIver was buried at Kensico cemetery outside New York, in a place, fittingly for an old warrior, called Valhalla. The New York Times gave his age as 61. His death certificate says he was 56. In fact, he was 65 years old. His grave is situated in "the Range", Lot C, Range 14, Grave 19. According to Rod MacDonald (of Somerled Publishing in 1999) there is no headstone.
Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver
What was he - a Fool or a Felon?
I have met many who can be both. He certainly misread the social interplay around him once he was separated from his Military comrades. He was a tall, well built man in his middle years in 1884, even by to days average. His accent and mannerism did not amuse the Judge in the Pamplin case. Perhaps because of his accent was foreign.

I am inclined to think of H. R. H. MacIver as a fool and Hubris is the word that comes to mind.
Most likely he was socially inept in the England he returned to in 1878.
Perhaps he was intent of a career change, thought he could 'marry' money?
He was a principal booster of moneymaking schemes thought up by others, much as todays sports people retire to promote and sponsor products. I think that both MacIver and the Norton family patriarchy/heads were products of their different social mores, the dust and dazzle of the day.

His idea of social graces may have been wanting in the Norton social circles. They all seemed to take themselves very seriously. His idea of social Honour, and theirs, could have been quite different. His was a much more macho image, theirs, afraid of loosing social standing, perhaps just the keeping up appearances and all that went with that Victorian mindset. While Daniels father was a sportsman and a Dragoon Officer, perhaps neither of the sons had ever had to have move fast, other than when closing a till.

Following contact with Rod Macdonald [Author - of Wigtownshire, south west Scotland], we exchanged what details we had of this marriage between Florence and Henry MacIver, or H.R.H. MacIver, as he preferred to style his self. From this we have reconstructed some of the events in their relationship, their descendants, and other people.

In questioning the nature of this fellow, I base my considerations on thirty years experience as a manager of people in hostile environments. An environment where there was the greater than normal amount of people presenting as reckless risk takers - where some people have the propensity to become violent to the point of taking human life recklessly and less often, callously, less often in calculating cold blood - where a large proportion of people exhibit behaviour that indicates they have little regard for others property and less for others feelings and rights - and where many of the younger, and not so young, present a macho image of a personal prowess, of unflinching bravery, with a bold and rugged front. And they see themselves, as men of Honor, just not honour as we know it.

Now, Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver 1841-1907 and his doings are extant in two known publications of his own - several by his comrades and contemporaries, and in some journalistic overviews, obituaries and first party reports and interviews.

None of these accounts or records questions the veracity of the other; none examine the claims to Rank, [past] favours and honours that Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver claims for him self.

Equally, none substantiate, beyond being repetitious of, these presumptions, either.
Except, where the 1990 edition (ISBN 0-9533168-2-3) is reviewed by Mike Hargreaves-Mawson. Here, this researcher has not found any record of a General Gordon Graham, nor MacIvor as an officer in the HEICo Army and that there is no record of MacIver attending their officers school in Addiscombe, is remarked on as strange. Hargreaves-Mawson refers to another Victorian Mercenary, Dawns and departures of a Soldiers Life Vol III by Brigadier-General Sir Harry Paget Flashman. A much older man, his journal resonates strongly with that of H R H Macivers and this determined reviewer is unable to determine its facts from its fictions.

As a comparison of Official records, Historical facts and MacIvers claims show he fabricated most, and left out more, of his experiences in the USA war between the States.
Following what we can of MacIvers life from the above publications and then to get the opportunity to examine his reactions and behaviors in the circumstances portrayed in the news paper reports of 1887 1889, and you get the feeling that the cool, calculating professional Soldier, surrounded by staunch comrades was, in other situations, curiously bereft of those strengths, virtues and friends.

Considering Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver's interests in the promotion of settlements on the fringes of society/western civilization, of which there were at least two, I am drawn to compare them with those earlier schemes that had similar promotional themes. The principal of these earlier over seas settlement schemes promised much, demonstrably fabricated more, and sent people to their untimely deaths. In the first, case they caused financial ruination to Scotland and all who put their money into those schemes. And not least, they shared MacIvers ancestry.

In the late 18th Century, about a 100 years earlier, a settlement scheme that drew heavy investment from the national purse of Scotland and many of its social and financial elite, failed disastrously. It wrecked the capital base of Scotland and nearly beggared the country. It was a contributory factor in the negotiations leading to Scotlands Union with the England. The Scots, not the least of many, grew up with this terrible story, of a disastrous venture in the 1690s that was meant to establish a settlement on the eastern side of the Panamanian Peninsular. Of the 2,800 mainly Scottish, would-be settlers who were shipped there, two thirds succumbed to disease, starvation and attacks by Spanish troops. The Darien Scheme, as it was known, loomed large in the affairs of Scotland for the next century and a half.

In 1823 about 30 years earlier, in another falsely promoted scheme, (known as The Poyais scheme) sent two shiploads of settlers (the second sailing in the Kennersley Castle) for the country of Poyais, arrived on the Mosquitia coast of South America. The second shipload landed and met the starving survivors of an earlier shipload of settlers. Nothing else, no settlement, no roads, no port, no rich rolling acres of green sward, and certainly not the civilization and developed trading society they had been led to expect. Just jungle and Swamp. Malarial swamp. Unfriendly natives. None of the things they had sold up their homes and business for. And no way of getting their money back - no way of getting back. Rescue when it came, was too late for several hundred of them. They never got Justice either.

This Poyais scheme was a promotion of a Gregor MacGregor, another soldier of fortune who wrote promotional material about himself, and his schemes. His acolytes, comrades in arms were dupes or villains, the jury is still out. Some, who did jail time, were still supporting Gregor 20 years later. Gregor had given himself an inflated genealogy [he was a genealogist?] and seniority in the clan MacGregor. He also gave himself exalted titles and rank in foreign armies. His service under English Arms was with a bought commission, which he was paid out for when he resigned, after several years service, and no fighting.

The Poyais scheme was based on fraud and false documents, as the country did not exist.

It was all in the head of Gregor MacGregor. It was based on a virtual unclaimed piece of coastal jungle between the Spanish in what are now Colombia and the British in Belize. Like the Darius scheme promoters, Gregor targeted Scottish folk for his settlers, but took money from all comers, His personal life and career was exaggerated to a degree that did not escape comment even then. He was the consummate bluffer and conman. His scheme did almost as much harm to his subscribers and general investors confidence in the bond market and new stock market as the earlier, infamous South Seas Bubble. And the promoters of these schemes were variously described as filibusters

In our society today, they still operate, but are now known as Investment Companies and South Canterbury Finance. And the fiction will live on, like a multi headed thing that can resurrect itself no matter how many times it is cut down. Because twenty five Finance Companies collapsing in 2008/9, will not prevent or even slow the eruption of identical enterprises in 2018 - any more than the collapse of Investment Finance Companies in 1985 prevented them resurrecting themselves, before busting like soap bubbles in 2008 - and like soap bubbles, busting and disappearing in to thin air, taking the money of people who trusted them, into the thin air!
Where as today, the people fronting, advertising these enterprises have a background and previous positive public exposure television to get the pitch across. In MacIvers day, it was to write or have a book written about their praiseworthy/noteworthy exploits.

What has this to do with Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver?
- It was before he was born surely? - Probably nothing directly, except perhaps as providing role models, with which Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver grew up. They are only universally displayed as reprobates on revision - at the time their swashbuckling; adventures filled lifestyles had quite a following. It could be that hankering after an adventurous lifestyle, MacIver tried to emulate those earlier adventurers, and this led him to support similar schemes for settlements in the West Indies and New Guinea. The similarity could be the reasons behind the unfavourable response to his foreign settlement schemes, why the British Navy threatened to blow him out of the water' if he attempted to land in New Guinea and why the Australian journalist asked him in an interview, if he was a filibusterer. This all indicates that he and his behaviour were viewed in that light, right around the globe.

Bravery:
The story of MacIver standing on the ramparts, coolly firing at the enemy, while their return fire pierced his clothing, is reported with an almost palatal breathlessness, he was so brave, so committed.
In truth, so bloody stupid that it is breathtaking in the least.

If we accept that this account is true, then this is the one eyewitness account of personal bravery, where the measure of danger is clear. It suggests he exposed himself to bullets aimed at him, while engaged in aggressive behaviour to wards the enemy. He was close enough to take bullets through his clothing and he was close enough to hit the enemy. We are asked to accept that the holes were put in his clothing during such an exchange and not earlier or later. We are asked to accept that no one noticed the holes until later and that they did not notice that a lead ball around .5 to .75 of an inch across, moving at 600 to 700 feet per second also moves a commiserate amount of air [or whatever medium it is in] out of its way. Though subsonic after several hundred feet [Musket smooth bore] - its passing would hardly be overlooked if you were standing still and it passed close enough to cut through your clothing.
We could expect that the witness would have made mention of these observations as fact, to support this otherwise detailed account.

So much wrong with this account, even if it was true.
Was MacIver drunk to the point he was insensible to the threat posed - because he allegedly performed this daring act on a dare for a bottle of wine?

Does it matter?
Yes, because as a leader, this would hardly be inspirational behaviour to the more sober among his followers. If he behaved like this, as an unimaginative risk taker, a madman or a drunk, his comrades in their cooler moments must have rated him in the nutter class, in todays common classification terminology.
Who wants to follow a fool?
Or a suicidal maniac?
Neither survives to live long enough to collect the chest full of medals, awards and orders that MacIver claims.

The modern term for resolution of such folly on the part of an Officer, is called 'fragging' - where, in the dead of the night, a grenade is rolled under the bunk of the leader who no one wants to follow.

MacIver hardly had the time at the sharp edge to claim battle fatigue - and why is this the only personally brave thing he did that we have a detailed witness account of?

We have accounts of his duels, mutually supported by his acolytes/comrades. Did he always surmount physical challenges, calls on his Honour, fights he had?
We have no account of the beatings he took.

How many of the battles he claimed, armed service he claimed, honours and medals he wore, were in the same class as those claimed by Gregor MacGregor?
Some of MacIvers claims are obviously fabrications when checked against his military record and historical facts. But how many of his other accounts are also fabrications and could one check now?
It appears it was difficult enough then - or is lying a qualification for all USA envoys?

His American Civil War records make up quite a bundle of paper. They contain photocopies of his administration, appointment, pay, medical records and his many applications for leave.
The later in his handwriting with his signature, and official designations/rank.

From this hospital, there is a written plea for an immediate return to active service, from his hospital bed very touching, such a brave, keen fellow.
This is followed, as he recuperates in the (Officers) VD ward In Uniontown, with a series of requests, (for other than for leave to visit his home on business) which read, in the order they were written, to go like this: "let me out of this hospital bed, I want to do my duty - I have personal business in Scotland that calls me, I must go now, I will return, after settling my business, with a bunch of Scottish recruits for your Army - can you book my transport to and a berth on a the next ship sailing to a Scottish Port? how about you pay for the travel?- here is a medical certificate that warrants my discharge".
The Confederate Army did pay MacIvers travel to England, this after discharging him on medical grounds and after a promise he would return with recruits. It is noted on this files cover, that they never saw MacIver again, or his recruits.



The following is a comparison between Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIvers official service record with the Confederate Army
AND what is claimed in
Under Fourteen Flags The remarkable true story of a Victorian Soldier of Fortune
by Capt. W.D. LEstrange
1884 Tinsley Bros London
(2nd Ed. 1999 Pub. Somerled Publishing)

First:
Confederate Army Records for H R H MacIver:

From The USA Federal Records Office - these are the file index, memorandum, requests and notes in the records that are not repetitious and have dates of origin.

H R H MacIver Private B Coy. 24th Battalion VA CAR Ca served from 29 may to 2 Aug 1862 when he was discharged.
Pay record on file 1862 Nov 13 for $44.75 for 2 months 4 days at $11.0 a month plus clothing allowance of $8.88.

1862 Nov 13 - H R H MacIver attesting oath certificate age 24.

1862 Nov 13 - H R H MacIver pay records.

1862 Aug 2 - H R H MacIver service card Private, Coy B discharged there from date of enlistment.

1863 May 21 - H R H MacIver authorised by Lt. Gen E K Smith to raise a Company of Mounted Rangers in Va six mentions on file, of this authorization and several notes that there is no record of this Coy was raised.

1863 Oct 20 - H R H MacIver ordered to transfer to Richmond Va. And is appointed to Va. T o Drill Master with the rank of 1st. Lieutenant also letter that Lt Gen Smith signs the transfer of H R H MacIver to Richmond.

1863 Nov 23 - H R H MacIvers formal acceptance of appointment to Drill Master with the rank of 1st Lieutenant of cavalry under Gen. S D Lee in Miss.

1863 Nov 27- M.510 formal notice ordering appointment of H R H MacIver as Drill Master with the rank of 1st Lieutenant signed C S A 27/Nov 1863.

1863 Dec 22 - H R H MacIvers orders to report to Brig. Gen. W H Jackson commander of 9 Division cavalry for assignment to duty as drillmaster and any other duty.

1863 Aug 7 Memo from Gen Lee special orders issued to join Gen. Jackson cavalry Division.

1863 Dec 22 - H R H MacIver claim for travel expenses from B? Miss. to Canton Miss. by coach.

1864 Mar 17 - H R H MacIver letter requesting two days leave of absence to go to Montgomery Alabama on special business.

1864 Mar 19 - H R H MacIver application for 10 days leave from Officers Hospital, Uniontown.

1864 May 11 from H R H MacIver in Officers Hospital Uniontown requesting some sort of duty where he could contribute instead of lingering in Hospital signed 1st Lieutenant.

1864 July 10 Uniontown Alabama Hospital Board Examining Board on H R H MacIver - Certifying syphilis and the disability to be limitless and necessary for H R H MacIver to avoid exposure for several months hence and recommend his application (for discharge) be granted, onset about 5 months ago signed by G ?C Gray Surgeon and asst Surgeons Moore and Kennedy.

1864 July 16 - H R H MacIver resignation to Sec for war (Southern States Confederacy) J A Seddon and appended support from the Medical Officer dated 1864 Jul 18th where is says, by H B Branham, that he found H R H MacIver to be suffering from syphilis and unable to perform field service - this is then approved by Gen. Lees adjutant on 1864 Jul 18 - H R H MacIver actual letter of resignation, from Gainsville Alabama, headed confidential, describes his Physical disability contracted in this country and it is appended on the bottom in large print signed by the Pres. Of the Medical Examining Board (H R Branham) as suffering from Syhilea Consecrating.

1864 Aug 17 note on H R H MacIvers resignation and quotes his reasons as physical disability and (?) business and family maters compel me to leave the Confederacy for my home in Scotland of which country I am a native and citizen

1864 Aug 19 Medical certificate (printed letter head) by Hospital Examining Board, finding H R H MacIver unfit for military duty in consequence of Secondary Syphilis he had for 5 months not fit for duty for 30 days approves his leave of absence for 30 days to go to Mobile Alabama, his place of residence- signed Oliphant and Rours, Assistant Surgeons.

1864 Sept 6 - Confederate Letter headed Form - From Confederate Secretary of State, authorizing H R H MacIver transport to Scotland and his promise to return again a enter service - appended Note at bottom no later record has been found.

Note in File Undated:
Wrights Staff book gives him a vol. A.D.Coy - I K Trimbles staff 27th Nov 1863 - appointed from Va. as 1st Lieutenant & Drill Master - to report to Gen S. D. Lee - resigned 1864 Aug 17 (report A.O)

Register of Payments and Appointments service record file index cards: From 1862 Feb 5 to his discharge in 1862 Aug 2 H R H MacIver listed as Private Scotts P Rangers.
From 1863 Nov 27 to 1864 Aug 17 with rank of 1st Lieutenant.


Second:
Extracted From Under Fourteen Flags
H R H MacIver recall of his service in the Confederate (Southern) States Army.

MacIvers account rarely give dates, however, the history of this conflict is well recorded and agreed. Here, those known battles referred to by MacIver have their known dates added and highlighted. Significant conflict between history and MacIvers accounts are detailed in Blue.

[p: 57]-Joins Colonel Scotts own corps of rangers. Goes to city of Richmond.

[p:57]- The lieutenant was presented to Mr. Secretary Randolph who offers him commission the Confederate cavalry.

[p:57]- H R H MacIver was appointed an Officer in the Confederate States army the next day in addition he was named cavalry instructor to commence his duties in Richmond. He was appointed 1st Lieutenant Drill-Master 27 November 1863.

[p: 59]- He diligence earned him the respect and thanks of Secretary Randolph.

[p:59]- After a few weeks he received orders to bear dispatches from Randolph to Gen. (Stonewall) Jackson commanding troops in the Shenandoah Valley. He was ordered to report to Gen Jackson on 22 December 1863.

[p:59]- On arrival placed him on his staff. Who assigned him as Drill-Master 7 August 1863

[p:59]- A few days later H R H MacIver was ordered to organise a small body of scouts from different cavalry regiments to operate with the brigade of General Trimble. Trimble was Gen Jackson Cavalry division head, MacIver was posted briefly, to his division on Aug 7th 1863

[p:63]- 1862 May 23 - Jackson campaign in the valley of Virginia the battle of Fort Royal. H R H MacIver took part in the pursuit towards Strasburg before Winchester. MacIver did not join the Confederate Army until 29 May 1862

[p:63-65]- MacIver carrying dispatches from Gen Jackson to commander of the brigade posted on the extreme right was wounded in the side, grazing a rib but after being in surgeons hands was in the saddle again in a couple days. MacIver did not join the Confederate Army until 29 May 1862

[p:66]- Battles of Cross Keys(1862 June 8): H R H MacIver was scouting during destruction of the bridge at Conrads stone.
[p:71]- H R H MacIver was at the battle of Fort Republic. (1862 June 9
[p:72]- H R H MacIver did not accompany Jackson to Richmond.
H R H MacIver was sent on after him by Captain Brown, asst-adjutant to Ewell, bearing dispatches.
[p:72]- H R H MacIver slept in Jacksons tent on the 26th June 1862, the night before the battle of Gainess Mills.
[p:73]- Jackson sent H R H MacIver to cavalry Major-Gen J E B Stuart, requesting Stuart place H R H MacIver in any position which might benefit the cause in general.
[p:74]- H R H MacIver was carrying dispatches during the 27th June 1862 battle of Gainess Mills (p73) he nearly got mixed with the battle, and he was obliged to ride off.
[p:74]- H R H MacIver took part in most of these desperate battles and saw real fighting on that one day as few men would like again
(p75) Seven days fighting at Richmond Savage Station, Fraziers Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run and Manassas (1862 Aug 27). MacIver was discharged from service, as a Private, on 2 August 1862
[p:77]- On 9th August 1862 to Gardenville and Cedar Mountain to take part in the battle of Cedar Mountain.( 9 Aug 1862)
H R H MacIver Was struck in the head - wound proved to be slight
H R H MacIver was then stationed at Hanover House for about three weeks.
Middle of August, H R H MacIver moved to Verdiensville.
[p:78]- 29 August 1862 battle on the Plains of Manassas - H R H MacIver wounded in the wrist of his sword arm by a pistol bullet. And taken prisoner.
The following morning was the 30th August. MacIver was discharged from service, as a Private, on 2 August 1862
In a day or two H R H MacIver was exchanged for Fed POWs
[p:81]- H R H MacIver then went to Richmond to recuperate then went to Harrisburg, and Lee falling back on Sharpsburg then he was told to go to Winchester until his wound was quite healed.
[p:82]13 September 1862 Jackson invested Harpers Ferry and H R H MacIver was so dangerously wounded doctors had little hope for him (p82) as a pistol bullet had knocked out 4 of his upper front teeth, through his tongue and out the back of his neck. He was ill for 6 weeks and nearly a month before he was convalescent.
In the month of October 1862 H R H MacIver was in Winchester, Virginia.
[p:85]- H R H MacIver, after a month in Winchester, went to Richmond then ordered to Shrieveport to join Gen. Kirby Smith. - Smith sent him back to Richmond as bearer of dispatches where Mr. Randolph granted him leave of absence for one month. When his leave was up H R H MacIver was sent to the Mississippi to report to Gen Adams,(appt. Brig. Gen 1862 December - died 1864 Nov 30) the cavalry leader.
[p:88]- Adams appointed H R H MacIver cavalry drill instructor and provost marshal.
[p:91]- H R H MacIver received his captaincy in due course then a shell blew him up, but he was only superficially wounded and invalided to Mobile for several months.
[p:91]- Then the captain H R H MacIver, was ordered to Richmond and Mr. Randolph, the Secretary told him off to England on a mission with dispatches for the Confederate Agent in London.
[p:91]- On the morning following this interview, he was handed the dispatches and before leaving Richmond received from Mr. Randolph his commission as a Major of cavalry.
In 1864 Aug 17 H R H MacIvers resignation, which gives his reasons as physical disability and business and family maters compel me to leave the Confederacy for my home in Scotland of which country I am a native and citizen was accepted.





Thirdly:
History:
Dates of battles in the Civil War.

1862 May 23 - Jackson campaign in the valley of Virginia the battle of Fort Royal.
1862 June 8-9th - Battles of Cross Keys and Fort Republic:
1862 Aug 25-27th - 7 days fighting at Richmond Savage Station, Fraziers Farm, Malvern Hill, Cedar Run and Manassas.

Analysis:

MacIver served from 29th May 1862 to 2nd August 1862 when he was discharged as a private with pay for his 2 months and 4 days service.
MacIver served from 21st May 1863 to 17th August 1864 [he accepted his to appointment to Lieutenant Drill-Master on November 1863] and he resigned from the Confederate Army, as a Lieutenant, after 16 months and 7 days service.
H R H MacIver could not have taken part in the 23 May 1862 campaign on the Confederate side as he says he did.
H R H MacIver could not have taken part in the 25th 27th August 1862 campaign on the Confederate side as he says he did.

How many times was he transferred, with the instruction to his next boss, to make the best use of this fellow, for the general good?
Once, a favour - twice, a caution - thrice, and it is plain to all but him no one wants him look at pages: 59,72,78,85,90.

From the earliest record of his promotion to Lieutenant in February 1864 to his resignation and discharge for medical reasons from the Confederate Army on 17 August 1864, is a total of 16months and 7 days service, of which he was in the Officers Hospital Uniontown with syphilis for 5 months and from where he applied for several periods of leave.
He resigned on 17 August 1864 and did not return as promised on his resignation in support of his request for transport assistance back to Scotland (his claimed home).
MacIver handwritten resignations [in his file] claims a medical disability contracted in this country and reasons of family business in Scotland [where he claims to be a native and a citizen]. In none of the memorandums this generated, is there any mention of any dispatches.
The only disability recorded is secondary syphilis- there are no wounds recorded that needed hospitalisation.
On discharge he was still listed as a lieutenant, and there are neither recommendations for promotion recorded nor any commiserate increase in pay.

False claims - example the wound he alleges he received on page 82. History tells us that Jackson invested Harpers Ferry on the 13 September 1862. The book says H R H MacIver was there and had a pistol bullet knock out 4 of his upper front teeth, pass through his tongue and exit out the back of his neck, and he was only unfit for duty for a month.
And a pistol bullet of the calibre favoured in the 1860s were heavy round lead ball, near diameter. Now, even a thick neck carries several arteries and several veins aside, arranged around neck vertebrae supported by muscle tissue, tendons and ligaments. Miracles do happen, MacIver claims more than his share.
Concluding, as his service record shows no hospitalisation for wounds and as MacIver was discharged from service, as a Private, on 2 August 1862 - whatever miracle escapes he had, this one did not happen when or where he said and is an unlikely event in any case.

In defence, perhaps the published accounts are out of sequence, perhaps events are jumbled and mixed up - because we should remember that MacIver did suffer a number of head wounds over time and these could have affected his memory.
And the nine-month gap in his service, from August 1862 to May 1863 - perhaps MacIver was seriously injured or a Federal Prisoner of war from about September 1862 until May 1963 to explain the gap in his recorded engagement with the Confederate Army or, he may have been engaged in other business, perhaps for a newspaper whose employees he mentions. Whatever, from most accounts, it appears he was a trusted dispatch rider.
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Then Again:
We have a view of him in court, defending him-self against a paternity suit.
He presents in court as a blustering fellow and the Judge has to tell him to cut to the chase and to spare the flowery language; by the Judge who is not impressed.
He appears to take umbrage at his Honour being distained.
He takes umbrage at the court officer touching his arm to get his attention.
He goes on about his Honour and threatens serious harm to anyone impugning it. He certainly appears to suffer from an excess of hubris - the newspaper reports make a comic of him - the Nortons must have curled up in a corner in shame.

He displays a paranoid tendency - to see enemies anywhere, even in court. While he need not be wrong about that, it is usually only the truly paranoiac who bother to seek to justify their obsession by using every opportunity to point it out.

He even considered the bank, while cashing his 70L cheque from the Proctor, was in a conspiracy to jerk him around.

How did he allow himself to get entangled in such a way with Bertha, if so much was at stake?

Why did he [as he admitted] offer her anything? Even if the Judge saw it from the dates that it wasn't likely to be his child [12 months gestation?] he did admit to a 'liaison' with the mother and admit to this offer - even if the offer was a bribe for Bertha's evidence against Florence.

Was he an enigma like that earlier Gregor MacGregor, subject to extreme conflicting impulses and feelings?
Was he any different in the rest of his life?
I some how doubt he was.
Was his Honour a shield or a burden to him?
Why would he voluntarily purport in an open courtroom, before a Judge, to have sought some one out to cause harm to them. As he does.
To threaten in court, to shoot some one dead. As he does.
He dumps on the girl, Bertha - saying that she was not an attraction to marriage - "a gentleman doesn't marry his maid" whilst maintaining that this in itself was evidence enough that a gentleman [of his stature] could not be found guilty of considering marriage to her or some one of her social cast. Evidence that the Court may have considered him a puffed up clown, as the Newspaper the reporter relates the immediately following interjection by the judge, "But to marry their Cook is alright?"
MacIver goes on in the same vein, for several columns - standing on his dignity as a man of Honour, and if any one says [different] he will shoot them down. He lost this case, and he made to appeal it.

There is a possible clue to his later accepting this ruling, (he either lost the appeal, or voided his appeal) in that he appeared to have later acknowledged a daughter as a next of kin. According to a great great grand daughter, he had custody of his children by Florence in 1881.

Postscript:
MacIver left Britain shortly afterwards, and some years later are recorded leaving from a French port to go to the U.S.A. possibly on the expiration of his time as U.S.A. consul to Spain.

He does no appear to have ever returned to Britain.

The only evidence that he met the obligation to maintain his putative daughter Ida Pamplin/MacIver/Lee is the recall of her grandson, that she (Ida) had difficulty in getting support from MacIver. Less directly, MacIver acknowledged a daughter to some one, perhaps in an official document, for coroners findings on his death and his obituary mention one daughter who lives in England. His death certificate describes him as a widower. Maybe he so described himself to explain his daughter and avoid having to detail a live wife or his divorced status - maybe he had another marriage or something like it.

Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver sense of Honour did not appear to get in the way of his appetites. Eloping with the daughters of the unwilling was almost an admitted pastime.

How many Bertha Pamplins escape mention, along with the Florences, in accounts of his life?
How many defeats, hidings went un-noted?

His daughter (to Bertha Pamplin) Winifred Ada MacIver/Pamplin, at age 18, was in the UK at that time he died and its unlikely he was acknowledging children from his first marriage to Florence Norton not even his darling boy Ronald Michael MacIver (then aged 27).
Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver dies virtually penniless in New York in 1907.
Winifred Ida Pamplin did not leave for the Americas until ten years later.

Florence Norton (MacIver/Broadley)
Florence remarried, had no further children. She married a Robert Broadley, he died in 1912 and Florence in 1932 in Wimbourne, UK. Her family knew her as Flora Broadley. I have just found one of her granddaughters living in New Zealand, just down the road.
How is that for co-incidences?


Howard Norton - New Zealand

Descendants of James Trembath in New Zealand.

Descendants of James Trembath

Generation 1

1. TREMBATH, JAMES1 was born in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England.

TREMBATH, James had the following child:

2. i. TREMBATH, MATHEW2 was born on 24 Jun 1752 in Madron Parish, Cornwall, England. He married WHITE, MARY on 29 Sep 1786 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England. She was born about 1765 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England. She died on 26 May 1799 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England.

Generation 2

2. TREMBATH, MATHEW2 (TREMBATH, James1) was born on 24 Jun 1752 in Madron Parish, Cornwall, England. He married WHITE, MARY on 29 Sep 1786 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England. She was born about 1765 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England. She died on 26 May 1799 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England.

TREMBATH, Mathew and WHITE, Mary had the following children:

3. i. TREMBATH, MATHEW3 was born on 09 Aug 1789 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. He died on 10 Jul 1836 in Morvah Cornwall England. He married MURLEY, PRUDENCE on 27 Oct 1810 in St. Buryan Parish, Cornwall, England. She was born on 07 May 1785 in St. Buryan Parish, Cornwall, England. She died on 09 Nov 1859 in age 74.

4. ii. TREMBATH, CORDELIA WHITE was born on 02 Sep 1791 in St Just In Penwith England. She married JAMES, ANDREW on 19 Dec 1814 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England. He was born in Cornwall, England.

Generation 3

3. TREMBATH, MATHEW3 (TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 09 Aug 1789 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. He died on 10 Jul 1836 in Morvah Cornwall England. He married MURLEY, PRUDENCE on 27 Oct 1810 in St. Buryan Parish, Cornwall, England. She was born on 07 May 1785 in St. Buryan Parish, Cornwall, England. She died on 09 Nov 1859 in age 74.

TREMBATH, Mathew and MURLEY, Prudence had the following children:

5. i. TREMBATH, JOHN4 was born on 27 Sep 1818 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He died on 20 Feb 1874 in Grumbla, Sancreed Parish, Cornwall, England. He married MADDERN, MARY ANN on 26 Oct 1842 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England, daughter of MADDERN, Martin and ELLIS, Ann. She was born on 30 May 1824 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England.

6. ii. TREMBATH, MATTHEW was born on 07 Nov 1812 in St Just in Penwith. He died on 09 Nov 1873 in Pendeen Parish St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.. He married (1) ??, MARY on 10 Oct 1837. She was born about 1817 in Morvah Parish, Cornwall, England. She died on 07 Jul 1883 in Pendeen Parish, Cornwall, England. He married (2) UNKNOWN, MARY on 10 Oct 1837. She was born in 1817. She died on 07 Jul 1883 in Pendeen Parish. He married (3) TREMBATH, MARY on 10 Nov 1837 in Morvah Cornwall England, daughter of TREMBATH, Humphrey and DANIEL, Mary. She was born about 1813 in Madron, Cornwall, England. She died on 07 Jul 1883 in Pendeen Cornwall England.

iii. TREMBATH, RICHARD was born about 1823 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England.

iv. TREMBATH, JAMES was born on 05 Apr 1821 in St Just in Penwith, The Lizard. He married GRENFELL, MARGARET on 20 Sep 1845 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. She was born about 1820 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

v. TREMBATH, WILLIAM was born on 13 Oct 1816 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England. He married HALLO, CHRISTIANA on 11 Sep 1841 in Cornwall, England. She was born about 1820 in Cornwall, England.

7. vi. TREMBATH, EDMUND was born on 31 Oct 1814 in St Just in Penwith, The Lizard. He

Generation 3 (con't)

died about Aug 1867 in Bosullow Madron Cornwall England Age 55.. He married (1)

JENKIN, GRACE on 26 Sep 1835 in Madron, Cornwall, England. She was born about 1815 in Madron, Cornwall, England. She died in Madron, Cornwall, England. He married (2) CURTIS, JOHANNA ELIZABETH in 1846 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England.

8. vii. TREMBATH, MADRON was born on 09 Dec 1810 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He died about 1871 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He married TREMBATH, GRACE on 16 Aug 1833, daughter of TREMBATH, Humphrey and DANIEL, Mary. She was born about 1815 in Morvah Parish, Cornwall, England. She died after 1871 in St Just In Penwith Cornwal England.

viii. TREMBATH, ELIZABETH was born on 16 Apr 1826 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. She married MADDERN, JAMES on 08 Oct 1853 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. He was born about 1825 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

4. TREMBATH, CORDELIA WHITE3 (TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 02 Sep 1791 in St Just In Penwith England. She married JAMES, ANDREW on 19 Dec 1814 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England. He was born in Cornwall, England.

JAMES, Andrew and TREMBATH, Cordelia White had the following child:

i. JAMES, WILLIAM4 was born about 1814 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England..

Generation 4

5. TREMBATH, JOHN4 (TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 27 Sep 1818 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He died on 20 Feb 1874 in Grumbla, Sancreed Parish, Cornwall, England. He married MADDERN, MARY ANN on 26 Oct 1842 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England, daughter of MADDERN, Martin and ELLIS, Ann. She was born on 30 May 1824 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England.

TREMBATH, John and MADDERN, Mary Ann had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, BETSY was born about 1843 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England. She died about 1843 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

ii. TREMBATH, RICHARD was born on 06 Jan 1843 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England. He died about 1883 in Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia.

iii. TREMBATH, HUGH was born in 1845 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. He died about 1845.

iv. TREMBATH, JOHN THOMAS was born on 01 Sep 1846 in st just. He died on 19 Feb 1889 in Growar Via St Arnaud Victoria Australia. He married CURNOW, HANNAH THOMAS about 1870 in Pendeen. She was born about 1850 in Pendeen.

v. TREMBATH, JAMES was born on 08 Apr 1848 in Sancreed Parish, Cornwall, England.

vi. TREMBATH, ANN M was born on 21 Nov 1853 in st just. She married (1) TREMBATH, ROBERT. She married (2) STEER, W..

9. vii. TREMBATH, ALFRED was born on 01 Dec 1854 in Sancreed, Cornwall, England. He died on 27 Oct 1916 in Waihi Thames New Zealand. He married GRIBBLE, SUSANNA on 21 Oct 1875 in Residence Of Mr William Gribble Mounataieri Thames Nz. She was born on 19 Oct 1856 in Blackwood, Victoria, Australia. She died on 20 Mar 1900 in Waihi Thames New Zealand.

10. viii. TREMBATH, FRANCIS was born on 17 Aug 1856 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. He died on 04 Feb 1928 in Fairholm Ave. Epsom Auckland. He married KNEEBONE, EMMA COUCH on 06 Apr 1879 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand, daughter of KNEEBONE, Thomas and COUCH, Rebecca. She was born in Dec 1858 in Grampound in Creed, Cornwall, England. She died on 06 Dec 1917 in Claude rd. Epson Auckland.

ix. TREMBATH, WILLIAM HENRY was born on 19 Jun 1857 in Sancreed, Cornwall, England.

Generation 4 (con't)

Notes for TREMBATH, William Henry: came to new Zealand

x. TREMBATH, NANCY was born about 1858 in Sancreed, Cornwall, England.

xi. TREMBATH, JOSEPH SANDERS was born in 1860 in Sancreed, Cornwall, England. He died on 10 Jan 1907 in Southhampton. He married UNKNOWN, ELLEN about 1880 in Pendeen Cornwall England.. She was born about 1861 in Pendeen Cornwall England. She died on 19 Apr 1889 in Pendeen Cornwall England.

xii. TREMBATH, ABRAHAM was born about 1864 in Bojewyan Pendeen Cornwall England.

6. TREMBATH, MATTHEW4 (TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 07 Nov 1812 in St Just in Penwith. He died on 09 Nov 1873 in Pendeen Parish St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.. He married (1) ??, MARY on 10 Oct 1837. She was born about 1817 in Morvah Parish, Cornwall, England. She died on 07 Jul 1883 in Pendeen Parish, Cornwall, England. He married (2) UNKNOWN, MARY on 10 Oct 1837. She was born in 1817. She died on 07 Jul 1883 in Pendeen Parish. He married (3) TREMBATH, MARY on 10 Nov 1837 in Morvah Cornwall England, daughter of TREMBATH, Humphrey and DANIEL, Mary. She was born about 1813 in Madron, Cornwall, England. She died on 07 Jul 1883 in Pendeen Cornwall England.

TREMBATH, Matthew and ??, Mary had the following children:

11. i. TREMBATH, MATTHEW5 was born about 1839 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He married THOMAS, ELIZA about 1860 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. She was born about 1840 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

12. ii. TREMBATH, JOHN was born about 1840 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He married UNKNOWN, HEPHZIBAH about 1850 in Pendeen. She was born in Pendeen.

iii. TREMBATH, JAMES was born about 1843 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England.

iv. TREMBATH, MARY JANE was born about 1846 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England.

v. TREMBATH, WILLIAM was born about 1846.

vi. TREMBATH, ELIZABETH ANN was born about 1850 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England.

vii. TREMBATH, HUMPHREY was born about 1851 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England.

viii. TREMBATH, THOMAS was born about 1855 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England.

ix. TREMBATH, RICHARD was born about 1859 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England.

x. TREMBATH, EDWARD was born about 1852 in morvah.

xi. TREMBATH, JOHN DANIEL was born about 1857 in Pendeen.

TREMBATH, Matthew and TREMBATH, Mary had the following children:

xii. TREMBATH, JAMES was born about 1842 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

13. xiii. TREMBATH, HUMPHREY was born about 1850 in Pendeen. He died in Boscaswell St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.. He married WHITE, NANNY on 29 Oct 1871 in Pendeen Cornwall England. She was born about 1855 in Cornwall, England.

xiv. TREMBATH, LAVINIA was born about 01 May 1851 in Morvah Cornwall England. She died on 12 Jun 1851 in Morvah Aged 7 Weeks Of St Just.

x. TREMBATH, EDWARD was born about 1852 in morvah.

xvi. LAVINIA was born about 1852.

14. xvii. TREMBATH, THOMAS was born about 1854 in Morvah Cornwall England. He died on 16 May 1900 in Pendeen Cornwall England. He married UNKNOWN, CATHERINE about 1880 in St Just Cornwall England.. She was born about 1850 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England..

Generation 4 (con't)

xi. TREMBATH, JOHN DANIEL was born about 1857 in Pendeen.

vi. TREMBATH, ELIZABETH ANN was born about 1850 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England.

ix. TREMBATH, RICHARD was born about 1859 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England.

11. i. TREMBATH, MATTHEW5 was born about 1839 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He married THOMAS, ELIZA about 1860 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. She was born about 1840 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

iv. TREMBATH, MARY JANE was born about 1846 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England.

12. ii. TREMBATH, JOHN was born about 1840 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He married UNKNOWN, HEPHZIBAH about 1850 in Pendeen. She was born in Pendeen.

7. TREMBATH, EDMUND4 (TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 31 Oct 1814 in St Just in Penwith, The Lizard. He died about Aug 1867 in Bosullow Madron Cornwall England Age 55.. He married (1) JENKIN, GRACE on 26 Sep 1835 in Madron, Cornwall, England. She was born about 1815 in Madron, Cornwall, England. She died in Madron, Cornwall, England. He married (2) CURTIS, JOHANNA ELIZABETH in 1846 in St. Just in Penwith, The Lizard, Cornwall, England.

TREMBATH, Edmund and JENKIN, Grace had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, MATTHEW5 was born about 1836 in Madron, Cornwall, England.

ii. TREMBATH, WILLIAM JENKIN was born about 1838 in Madron, Cornwall, England.

iii. TREMBATH, GRACE was born about 1847 in Madron, Cornwall, England. She married NOY, GEORGE on 14 Sep 1867 in Madron, Cornwall, England. He was born about 1845 in Madron, Cornwall, England.

iv. TREMBATH, EDMUND was born about 1849 in Madron, Cornwall, England. He married GREEN, JOHANNA about 1879 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. She was born about 1841 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. She died on 08 Aug 1923 in St Just In Penwith..

v. TREMBATH, ELIZABETH was born about 1851 in Madron, Cornwall, England. She married PEAK, WILLIAM on 12 Apr 1870 in Madron, Cornwall, England. He was born about 1850 in Madron, Cornwall, England.

vi. TREMBATH, ANN was born about 1857 in Madron, Cornwall, England. She married ANDREWS, BENJAMIN JUSTINIAN on 28 Sep 1876 in Madron, Cornwall, England. He was born about 1850 in Madron, Cornwall, England.

vii. TREMBATH, WILLIAM was born about 1840 in Madron, Cornwall, England. He married ROWE, ELIZABETH HOCKING on 12 Apr 1863 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. She was born about 1840 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

8. TREMBATH, MADRON4 (TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 09 Dec 1810 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He died about 1871 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He married TREMBATH, GRACE on 16 Aug 1833, daughter of TREMBATH, Humphrey and DANIEL, Mary. She was born about 1815 in Morvah Parish, Cornwall, England. She died after 1871 in St Just In Penwith Cornwal England.

TREMBATH, Madron and TREMBATH, Grace had the following children:

17. i. TREMBATH, GRACE5 was born on 21 May 1833 in Morevah Parish, Cornwall, England. She died on 11 Aug 1869 in Main Lead Raglan Via Beaufort, Victoria, Australia. She married ROBERTS, WILLIAM on 03 Jun 1854 in England. He was born on 25 Jul 1829 in England. He died on 07 Jan 1882 in Main Lead Raglan Victoria.

18. ii. TREMBATH, MARY was born on 20 Oct 1834 in Morvah Cornwall.

19. iii. TREMBATH, MADRON was born on 29 May 1836 in Morvah Parish. He died on 15 Jan 1915 in Pendeen Cornwall England. He married NICHOLLS, GRACE on 07 Aug 1858 in Pendeen Cornwall England. She was born about 1837 in St Buryan Cornwall

Generation 4 (con't)

England. She died in Jun 1895 in Pendeen Age 61.

iv. TREMBATH, ELIZABETH ANN was born on 25 Mar 1838 in St Just in Penwith.

v. TREMBATH, JANE was born on 28 Jul 1839 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

vi. TREMBATH, WILLIAM was born on 29 Aug 1841 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He married NICHOLAS, MARY ANN on 04 Mar 1872. She was born about 1841.

Notes for TREMBATH, William: some doubt about this entry -

20. vii. TREMBATH, RICHARD was born on 20 Oct 1844 in Morvah Parish, Cornwall, England. He died about 1882 in Sandhurst (Bendigo) Australia. He married THOMAS, ELIZABETH ANN on 31 Jul 1870 in Madron, Cornwall, England. She was born about 1850 in Cornwall, England.

21. viii. TREMBATH, HUMPHREY was born about 1846 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. He married CASLEY, ELIZABETH on 28 Jan 1866 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. She was born about 1848 in Cornwall, England.

ix. TREMBATH, HUMPHREY was born about 1847 in Cornwall, England.

x. TREMBATH was born about 1847.

xi. TREMBATH, CHRISTINA was born about 1849 in Bojewyan St Just In Penwith.

Generation 5

9. TREMBATH, ALFRED5 (TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 01 Dec 1854 in Sancreed, Cornwall, England. He died on 27 Oct 1916 in Waihi Thames New Zealand. He married GRIBBLE, SUSANNA on 21 Oct 1875 in Residence Of Mr William Gribble Mounataieri Thames Nz. She was born on 19 Oct 1856 in Blackwood, Victoria, Australia. She died on 20 Mar 1900 in Waihi Thames New Zealand.

Notes for TREMBATH, Alfred:

Arrived in Auckland New Zealand on the 26th December 1874 - Married in 1876 to Susanna Gribble from Victoria Australia - their son,Herbert [1576] moved to Australia [was this after his marriage in 1910 to Helen M Grant?

TREMBATH, Alfred and GRIBBLE, Susanna had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, MARY ELLEN EDITH6 was born on 19 Apr 1880 in thames. She died in Oct 1881.

ii. TREMBATH, AMELIA LOUISE was born on 18 Jun 1882 in thames.

iii. TREMBATH, ARTHUR PERCIVAL was born on 05 Jun 1885 in thames.

23. iv. TREMBATH, HERBERT J was born in 1889 in New Zealand. He married GRANT, HELEN MAY on 29 Dec 1910. She was born in 1886 in New Zealand.

24. v. TREMBATH, RICHARD CECIL was born on 22 Jan 1891 in thames. He died in 1968 in Waikumete Cemetery. He married (1) STEVENS, ALICE. She was born about 1904. She died on 19 May 1930 in Hillsborourgh. He married (2) SANDALL, MONA ISABELLA in 1931 in Mt Albert, daughter of SANDALL, Albert and DUNN, Isabella Margaret. She was born in 1904 in Auckland. She died in 1939 in Waikumete Cemetery.

vi. TREMBATH, MABEL BEATRICE was born on 28 Nov 1893 in thames.

24. vii. TREMBATH, ALFRED HENRY was born on 03 Jul 1876 in thames. He married (1)

VANDERSPECK, ALIDA.

viii. TREMBATH, BERTHA ADELINE was born on 22 Mar 1887 in thames. She married THAMES, BURT in New Zealand.

10. TREMBATH, FRANCIS5 (TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2,

Generation 5 (con't)

TREMBATH, James1) was born on 17 Aug 1856 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. He died on 04 Feb 1928 in Fairholm Ave. Epsom Auckland. He married KNEEBONE, EMMA COUCH on 06 Apr 1879 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand, daughter of KNEEBONE, Thomas and COUCH, Rebecca. She was born in Dec 1858 in Grampound in Creed, Cornwall, England. She died on 06 Dec 1917 in Claude rd. Epson Auckland.

Notes for TREMBATH, Francis:

Owned a bakery southern end of Pollen Street Thames. He was Mayor of Thames for several terms, provided the running water in the street gutters, a feature to this day [1980's]. Known as Frank Trembath. Came from Cornwall as a boy. Francis arrived in Auckland aboard the "ASSAY" in 1874 and settled in Thames. He worked the Moanatairi mine, on the 'famous' no:9 reef 'patch' in 1877. In 1880 Francis started his own dairy business and added a bakery and confectionery shop 14 years later. As well as bakery, had a milk delivery business was also very busy in local politics, on local bodies, government, including the Hospital board, Thames High school board of governors, and the Thames Harbour Board. Emma died of diabetes in 1917, and Francis married Lucy Maria BREWER in 1927. Was the mayor of Thames from 1900 to 1905, and was Thames Borough Councillor 1892-94, 1898-9, 1900-1 and 1903-5.. In November 1896 Francis first stood for Mayor of Thames and was beaten by the then sitting Mayor, Thomas Radford. They had 15 children and raised 13

See the "DESCENDANTS OF THE KNEEBONE BROTHERS - MINERS FROM CORNWALL"Pub: Evagean Publishing - Auckland - 1998.

TREMBATH, Francis and KNEEBONE, Emma Couch had the following children:

25. i. TREMBATH, JESSIE FRANCESS6 was born on 06 Apr 1879 in New Zealand. She married BURLEY, HENRY EDWARD in 1901 in New Zealand.

ii. TREMBATH, LILY MARY was born on 23 Jan 1881 in New Zealand. She married (1) LENNARD, CHARLES THAXTER on 04 Jan 1911 in New Zealand. She married (2) HUNTER, BERT.

Notes for TREMBATH, Lily Mary:

.See the "DESCENDANTS OF THE KNEEBONE BROTHERS - MINERS FROM CORNWALL"Pub: Evagean Publishing - Auckland - 1998.

26. iii. TREMBATH, ALBERT VICTOR was born on 16 Oct 1883 in thames. He died on 30 Oct 1963 in thames. He married LOWRY, JANE MAHAFFY on 27 Dec 1909 in thames, daughter of LOWRY, James and MCCLINTOCK, Mary Jane. She was born on 24 May 1881 in Ireland. She died on 20 Mar 1967 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand.

27. iv. TREMBATH, LEONARD CHARLES was born on 11 Aug 1885 in New Zealand. He died in Aug 1954. He married (1) WAUGH, ELLEANOR GRACE. She was born on 28 May 1900. She died in May 1983. He married (2) HARVEY, EDITH GLADYS LUCY in 1918. She was born in 1875 in New Zealand. She died on 16 Feb 1921.

28. v. TREMBATH, ARCHIBALD JUBILEE was born on 02 Jun 1887 in New Zealand. He died on 23 Oct 1968. He married HARVEY, SARAH ELLEN in Jun 1906. She was born in New Zealand.

29. vi. TREMBATH, FRANK was born on 11 Nov 1888 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand. He died on 15 May 1966. He married MASSEY, MAUD MARY on 23 Dec 1911, daughter of MASSEY and BAILEY, Sarah Ann. She was born on 21 Nov 1893 in Tolaga Bay, Gisborne, Gisborne, New Zealand. She died on 08 Aug 1967.

30. vii. TREMBATH, HAZEL BEATRICE was born on 02 Jun 1890 in New Zealand. She married THORBURN, JOHN RALPH in 1918. He was born on 25 Oct 1890. He died on 09 Feb 1932.

31. viii. TREMBATH, REGINALD CARLYLE was born on 14 Mar 1892 in thames. He died on Unknown date. He married COXELL, VIOLET in 1924. She was born in 1898. She died on Unknown date.

32. ix. TREMBATH, WILLIAM FREDERICK was born on 09 Feb 1894 in New Zealand. He

married JANSEN, SARAH DOROTHEA on Unknown date. She was born about 11 Feb 1900.

x. TREMBATH, GEORGE HENRY was born on 22 Feb 1896 in New Zealand. He died in 1918 in killed in action in france in WW1..

Notes for TREMBATH, George Henry:

killed in the first world war, on the eve of the armistice.

33. xi. TREMBATH, KENNETH was born on 30 Oct 1897 in New Zealand. He married CLAY,

IRENE.

34. xii. TREMBATH, GLADYS NELLIE was born on 07 Oct 1900 in thames. She died on 13 Jan 1981 in St.Andrews epsom. She married MCKINISTRY, THOMAS ERIC on 01 Jan 1924 in Epson. He was born on 22 Jan 1898. He died on 31 Jul 1989.

35. xiii. TREMBATH, KATE ALEXANDRA was born on 09 Nov 1901 in New Zealand. She died on 29 Aug 1981. She married STACY, EDWARD JAMES on 19 Sep 1923. He was born on 20 Sep 1900. He died on 22 Sep 1986.

11. TREMBATH, MATTHEW5 (TREMBATH, Matthew4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born about 1839 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He married THOMAS, ELIZA about 1860 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. She was born about 1840 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

TREMBATH, Matthew and THOMAS, Eliza had the following child:

i. TREMBATH, EDMUND6 was born about 1863 in Boswednack.

12. TREMBATH, JOHN5 (TREMBATH, Matthew4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born about 1840 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He married UNKNOWN, HEPHZIBAH about 1850 in Pendeen. She was born in Pendeen.

TREMBATH, John and UNKNOWN, Hephzibah had the following child:

i. TREMBATH, MARY ANN6 was born about 1858 in Pendeen.

13. TREMBATH, HUMPHREY5 (TREMBATH, Matthew4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born about 1850 in Pendeen. He died in Boscaswell St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.. He married WHITE, NANNY on 29 Oct 1871 in Pendeen Cornwall England. She was born about 1855 in Cornwall, England.

TREMBATH, Humphrey and WHITE, Nanny had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, THOMAS WHITE6 was born about 1872 in Pendeen Cornwall England.

ii. TREMBATH, ELIZABETH was born about 1873 in Pendeen Cornwall.

14. TREMBATH, THOMAS5 (TREMBATH, Matthew4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born about 1854 in Morvah Cornwall England. He died on 16 May 1900 in Pendeen Cornwall England. He married UNKNOWN, CATHERINE about 1880 in St Just Cornwall England.. She was born about 1850 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England..

TREMBATH, Thomas and UNKNOWN, Catherine had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, MARY6 was born about 1882 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England..

ii. TREMBATH, WILLIAM T was born about 1884 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

iii. TREMBATH, RICHARD H was born about 1889 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England..

iv. TREMBATH, JOHN H was born about 1890 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England..

15. TREMBATH, MATTHEW5 (TREMBATH, Matthew4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born about 1839 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He married THOMAS, ELIZA about 1860 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. She was born about 1840 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

TREMBATH, Matthew and THOMAS, Eliza had the following child:

i. TREMBATH, EDMUND6 was born about 1863 in Boswednack.

16. TREMBATH, JOHN5 (TREMBATH, Matthew4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born about 1840 in St. Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England. He married UNKNOWN, HEPHZIBAH about 1850 in Pendeen. She was born in Pendeen.

TREMBATH, John and UNKNOWN, Hephzibah had the following child:

i. TREMBATH, MARY ANN6 was born about 1858 in Pendeen.

17. TREMBATH, GRACE5 (TREMBATH, Madron4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 21 May 1833 in Morevah Parish, Cornwall, England. She died on 11 Aug 1869 in Main Lead Raglan Via Beaufort, Victoria, Australia. She married ROBERTS, WILLIAM on 03 Jun 1854 in England. He was born on 25 Jul 1829 in England. He died on 07 Jan 1882 in Main Lead Raglan Victoria.
Grace: arrived in Australia with her husband on 24 October 1854

ROBERTS, William and TREMBATH, Grace had the following children:

i. ROBERTS, CHRISTIANA GRACE6 was born in 1858 in Fryers Ck, Australia. She died about 1930 in Willaura Victoria Aged 72 12037. She married WALKER, GREENWELL about 1880 in Beaufort, Victoria, Australia. He was born about 1852 in Unknown. He died about 1926 in Willaura Victoria Age 74..

ii. ROBERTS, JANE was born in 1865 in Victoria, Australia. She died about 1867 in Victoria, Australia.

iii. ROBERTS, MARY HILL was born on 14 Oct 1855 in Fryers Creek Victoria. She died on 14 May 1902 in Beaufort, Victoria, Australia. She married PIMBLET, WILLIAM

CHAPMAN in 1876 in Beaufort, Victoria, Australia. He was born on 06 Jan 1851 in Unknown. He died on 30 Sep 1908 in Beaufort, Victoria, Australia.

iv. ROBERTS, RICHARD MADERN was born about 1867 in Beaufort, Victoria, Australia. He died in Jun 1915 in Eureka St Ballarat Victoria 3815. He married JOHNSON, ELLEN about 1888 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. She was born about 1865 in Unknown.

v. ROBERTS, WILLIAM was born in 1860 in Amhurst Victoria. He died in Amhurst Victoria.

vi. ROBERTS, WILLIAM HENRY was born in 1862 in Beaufort, Victoria, Australia. He died about 1890.

36. vii. ROBERTS, ELIZABETH ANN was born on 25 Apr 1857 in Spring Gully Fryers Creek Victoria. She died on 29 May 1883 in Main Lead Nr Beaufort Victoria.. She married WELSH, ROBERT SIMSON on 20 Feb 1878 in Main Lead Via Raglan And Beaufort Victoria Australia.. He was born in 1845 in Pittenweem, Fife, Scotland. He died on 15 Aug 1920 in Kooroop, Victoria, Australia.

18. TREMBATH, MARY5 (TREMBATH, Madron4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 20 Oct 1834 in Morvah Cornwall.

TREMBATH, Mary had the following child:

i. TREMBATH, WILLIAM HENRY LEGGOE6 was born about 1860 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

19. TREMBATH, MADRON5 (TREMBATH, Madron4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 29 May 1836 in Morvah Parish. He died on 15 Jan 1915 in Pendeen Cornwall England. He married NICHOLLS, GRACE on 07 Aug 1858 in Pendeen Cornwall England. She was born about 1837 in St Buryan Cornwall England. She died in Jun 1895 in Pendeen Age 61.

TREMBATH, Madron and NICHOLLS, Grace had the following children:
i. TREMBATH, HUMPHREY6 was born about 1858 in Pendeen Cornwall England. He died on 07 Mar 1914 in Morvah Cornwall England Age 64 Years..

ii. TREMBATH, WILLIAM JAMES was born about 1859 in Pendeen Cornwall England. He died on 27 Nov 1888 in USA.

iii. TREMBATH, MADRON was born about 1861 in Pendeen Cornwall England. He died on 04 Dec 1898 in Van Rhyn Hospital South Africa.. He married UNKNOWN, GRACE about 1887 in Pendeen. She was born in 1865 in Pendeen.

iv. TREMBATH, JANE was born about 1863 in Pendeen Cornwall England.

v. TREMBATH, RICHARD was born about 1866 in Pendeen Cornwall England.

vi. TREMBATH, JOHN was born about 1871 in Pendeen Cornwall England. He died on 18 Jul 1878 in Pendeen Cornwall England..

vii. TREMBATH, ANN was born about 1871 in Pendeen Cornwall England.

viii. TREMBATH, RALPH H was born about 1877 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.

20. TREMBATH, RICHARD5 (TREMBATH, Madron4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 20 Oct 1844 in Morvah Parish, Cornwall, England. He died about 1882 in Sandhurst (Bendigo) Australia. He married THOMAS, ELIZABETH ANN on 31 Jul 1870 in Madron, Cornwall, England. She was born about 1850 in Cornwall, England.

TREMBATH, Richard and THOMAS, Elizabeth Ann had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, UNKNOWN6 was born about 1872 in Sandridge Bendigo Victoria Australia. He died about 1872 in Sandridge Bendigo Victoria Australia.

ii. TREMBATH, ELIZABETH ANN was born about 1875 in Sandridge Victoria. She died about 1931 in East Melbourne Victoria.

iii. TREMBATH, WILLIAM JAMES was born about 1877 in Sandhurst Victoria. He died about 1930 in Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia.

iv. TREMBATH, MARY JANE was born about 1879 in Sandhurst Victoria.

21. TREMBATH, HUMPHREY5 (TREMBATH, Madron4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born about 1846 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. He married CASLEY, ELIZABETH on 28 Jan 1866 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. She was born about 1848 in Cornwall, England.

TREMBATH, Humphrey and CASLEY, Elizabeth had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, HUMPHRY6 was born on 25 Mar 1866 in New Downs St Just In Penwith Cornwall England..

ii. TREMBATH, GRACE ANNE was born on 03 Mar 1872 in Prince St., St Just In Penwith Cornwall England.. She married TREMBATH, WALTER about 1895. He was born about 1870 in Cornwall, England.

iii. TREMBATH, RICHARD THOMAS was born on 18 Jan 1873 in New Downs St Just In Penwith Cornwall England..

iv. TREMBATH, EDITH MATILDA was born on 05 Oct 1875 in Crallack St Just In Penwith Cornwall England..

Generation 6

22. TREMBATH, HERBERT J6 (TREMBATH, Alfred5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in 1889 in New Zealand. He married GRANT, HELEN MAY on 29 Dec 1910. She was born in 1886 in New Zealand.
with Helen, they had what is believed to be a total of 13 children, however, five are believed deceased early. This family went to Australia [from New Zealand ?]

TREMBATH, Herbert J and GRANT, Helen May had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, JOYCE7. She married LOCKEY, JOHN.

ii. TREMBATH, DOROTHY. She married DEVENE, ROBERT.

iii. TREMBATH, ALEXANDER was born in 1911. He died in 1951.

iv. TREMBATH, BARBARA was born in 1927. She married WHITBREAD, ROSS.

37. v. TREMBATH, MARGARET was born in 1929. She married RAWSON, JAMES on 06 May 1949.

vi. TREMBATH, MARJORIE was born in 1912. She died in 1984. She married GIBBONS,

CHARLES.

Notes for TREMBATH, Marjorie: married to Charles gibbons and had four children

38. vii. TREMBATH, HERBERT J. was born in 1914. He died in 1989. He married THOMPSON, CATHERINE on 23 Sep 1939. She was born in 1916.

viii. TREMBATH, ROBERT was born in 1916. He married (1) KING, DAPHNE. He married (2) MILLER, RUTH.

23. TREMBATH, RICHARD CECIL6 (TREMBATH, Alfred5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 22 Jan 1891 in thames. He died in 1968 in Waikumete Cemetery. He married (1) STEVENS, ALICE. She was born about 1904. She died on 19 May 1930 in Hillsborourgh. He married (2) SANDALL, MONA ISABELLA in 1931 in Mt Albert, daughter of SANDALL, Albert and DUNN, Isabella Margaret. She was born in 1904 in Auckland. She died in 1939 in Waikumete Cemetery.

TREMBATH, Richard Cecil and SANDALL, Mona Isabella had the following children:

i. RAY7.

ii. OWEN.

iii. ESME.

24. TREMBATH, ALFRED HENRY6 (TREMBATH, Alfred5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2 , TREMBATH, James1) was born on 03 Jul 1876 in thames. He married (1)

VANDERSPECK, ALIDA.

TREMBATH, Alfred Henry and VANDERSPECK, Alida had the following child:

40. i. TREMBATH, WILLIAM HENRY7. He married THOMSON, GRACE WILSON.

25. TREMBATH, JESSIE FRANCESS6 (TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 06 Apr 1879 in New Zealand. She married BURLEY, HENRY EDWARD in 1901 in New Zealand.

BURLEY, Henry Edward and TREMBATH, Jessie Francess had the following children:

41. i. BURLEY, MARGUERITA VALERIE7 was born on 24 Mar 1902. She married (1) HIGGINS, CLIFFORD MARSDEN on 27 Sep 1917. He was born on 04 Jan 1899 in Mt Eden Auckland. He died on 03 Mar 1968. She married (2) HAMMOND, RICHARD.

42. ii. BURLEY, HAZEL GLADYS JASMINE was born in 1903. She married BUCKLAND, ?.

43. iii. BURLEY, KEITH CARLYLE was born on 01 Mar 1905. He died on 22 Sep 1988 in woodville. He married (1) DEMLER, JOCELYN RUTH on 07 Nov 1937. She was born on 02 Jan 1912. She died in Sep 1975. He married (2) PEARCE, HEATHER WENHAM.

iv. BURLEY, NONA VENA was born in 1915. She died in May 1983 in melbourne. She married FARGUS, BRIAN.

26. TREMBATH, ALBERT VICTOR6 (TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 16 Oct 1883 in thames. He died on 30 Oct 1963 in thames. He married LOWRY, JANE MAHAFFY on 27 Dec 1909 in thames, daughter of LOWRY, James and MCCLINTOCK, Mary Jane. She was born on 24 May 1881 in Ireland. She died on 20 Mar 1967 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand.

Farmer in the Maratoto valley, Hikutaia. Sold out to his son George, when George returned from the second world war, and retired with his wife to Franklin road Thames. Took up bowls in his later years. Was noted for his ability to handle horses and most animals.
Jane Mahaffy came out from Donegal Ireland in 1904 at the age of 23, with her parents and siblings on the "GOTHIC'.
TREMBATH, Albert Victor and LOWRY, Jane Mahaffy had the following children:

44. i. TREMBATH, EMMA KATHLEEN7 was born on 29 Mar 1911 in thames. She died on 08 Sep 1995 in Thames Hospital, Totara Cemetry, Thames. She married MINIFIE, JOHN PERCIVAL on 24 Jun 1950 in thames. He was born on 22 Nov 1920 in Wellington. He died in Dec 1991 in Hikutaia, Maratoto Valley Farm..

45. ii. TREMBATH, MARY OSBORNE was born 1912 in Paeroa, New Zealand. She married NORTON, WILLIAM CLAUDE on 02 Apr 1934 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand, son of NORTON, Gustav William and WALLIS, Sarah Ann. He was born on 23 Oct 1910 in Manaia. He died on 08 Aug 1981 in thames.

46. iii. TREMBATH, FRANCIS SELWYN was born on 06 Mar 1914 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He died on 11 Jan 1984 in Papatoetoe. He married SANDERSON, NYRA ELLEN in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. She was born on 21 Oct 1920. She died about 22 Jan 2007 in Whangamata, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand.

47. iv. TREMBATH, ALBERT GEORGE was born on 30 Jul 1917 in thames. He died on 16 Dec 1991 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand. He married SUTTON, JEAN FRANCES on 06 Mar 1943 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand, daughter of SUTTON, Percy Harold and COURT, Ellen Frances.

48. v. TREMBATH, JAMES HAMILTON was born on 29 Jul 1919 in thames. He died on 08 Jan 1996 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He married NICHOLS, BELLE 1942.

49. vi. TREMBATH, HELLEN JEAN was born on 21 Mar 1923 in thames. She died on 03 Jul 2005 in Thames Hosp.. She married SMITH, HENRY on 28 Jun 1945 in Tauranga. He was born on 15 Aug 1908 in Airdale Scotland. He died on 10 Jul 1992 in Coromandel, New Zealand.

27. TREMBATH, LEONARD CHARLES6 (TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 11 Aug 1885 in New Zealand. He died in Aug 1954. He married (1) WAUGH, ELLEANOR GRACE. She was born on 28 May 1900. She died in May 1983. He married (2) HARVEY, EDITH GLADYS LUCY in 1918. She was born in 1875 in New Zealand. She died on 16 Feb 1921.


TREMBATH, Leonard Charles and WAUGH, Elleanor Grace had the following children:

50. i. TREMBATH, RAYMOND CHARLES7 was born on 07 Jun 1923 in New Zealand. He married PROFFITT, YVONNE EDITH on 20 Jan 1951.

ii. TREMBATH, ALLAN LEONARD.


51. iii. TREMBATH, BRIAN JOHN was born in New Zealand. He married ??, MARJORIE ADELAIDE.

TREMBATH, Leonard Charles and HARVEY, Edith Gladys Lucy had the following child:

52. iv. TREMBATH, WINSOME HARVEY was born on 30 Jan 1920 in Auckland. She married BIGHAM, DONALD GEORGE TAYLOR on 07 Dec 1946 in St. Andrews Auckland. He was born on 07 Oct 1920 in Auckland. He died on 07 May 1978 in Auckland.

28. TREMBATH, ARCHIBALD JUBILEE6 (TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 02 Jun 1887 in New Zealand. He died on 23 Oct 1968. He married HARVEY, SARAH ELLEN in Jun 1906. She was born in New Zealand.

TREMBATH, Archibald Jubilee and HARVEY, Sarah Ellen had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, ARCHIBALD RALPH7 was born on 14 Sep 1906 in thames.

ii. TREMBATH, FREDA CONSTANCE was born on 16 Apr 1908 in thames.

54. iii. TREMBATH, OLIVE MAY was born on 12 May 1910 in thames. She died on 12 Nov 1994. She married WILSON, RODNEY SHERBOURNE.

iv. TREMBATH, DORIS BEATTRICE was born on 25 Oct 1911 in thames. She married SMITH, ANDREW.
54. v. TREMBATH, LEONARD JAMES was born on 18 Aug 1916 in thames. He died on 13 Dec 1993 in Green Lane Hosp., Auckland N.Z.. He married CLARK, EDRIE JEAN. She was born on 06 Nov 1919.

55. vi. TREMBATH, GLADYS KATHLEEN was born in 1919 in New Zealand. She married MATSON, MICHAEL.

56. vii. TREMBATH, NOEL DESMOND was born in 1927 in New Zealand. He married BENNETT, GEORGENA EMILY on 29 Sep 1949. She was born on 22 Sep 1920.

29. TREMBATH, FRANK6 (TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 11 Nov 1888 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand. He died on 15 May 1966. He married MASSEY, MAUD MARY on 23 Dec 1911, daughter of MASSEY and BAILEY, Sarah Ann. She was born on 21 Nov 1893 in Tolaga Bay, Gisborne, Gisborne, New Zealand. She died on 08 Aug 1967.

TREMBATH, Frank and MASSEY, Maud Mary had the following children:

57. i. TREMBATH, FRANCIS WILLIAM7 was born on 27 Jul 1912 in Auckland. He died on 13 Sep 1964 in Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand. He married TILLET, SHIRLEY on

20 Sep 1935 in Palmerston North. She was born on 18 May 1919 in Palmerston North.

58. ii. TREMBATH, JESSIE MAY was born in 1914 in New Zealand. She died on 18 Nov 1989. She married (1) TEKOORO, TAPUI on 07 Oct 1935. He was born on 04 Dec 1900. He died on 31 Jul 1980. She married (2) TAPUI, TE KOORO.

59. iii. TREMBATH, HINEMOA LORRAINE was born on 05 Oct 1915 in Auckland. She married WALTERS, STANLEY on 05 May 1937 in Cambridge, son of WALTERS, Fred and WHITTAKER, Lucy. He was born on 25 Jun 1913 in llandudno Wales.

60. iv. TREMBATH, MATINGAROA was born on 21 Nov 1916 in Auckland. She married (1) WINIATA, CHARLES MCLEAN on 28 Jun 1937 in Palmerston North, son of MATENE, Winiata and O'KEEFE, Hipora. He was born on 21 May 1911 in Levin. He died on 14 Oct 1975. She married (2) WEHIPEIHANA, HARE HEMI on 10 Jul 1982. He was born on 27 Jan 1917 in Ohau, Horowhenua, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand.

61. v. TREMBATH, NORMA TALMADGE was born on 28 Jan 1920 in Auckland. She married MCSHANE, MAURICE JAMES on 15 May 1939 in Palmerston North, son of MCSHANE, James Johnstone and ROSS, Ivy Amelia. He was born on 14 Sep 1914 in Marton.

62. vi. TREMBATH, LILY MARY was born on 28 May 1921 in New Zealand. She married MORRIS, DONALD PERCY on 03 Aug 1940. He was born on 26 Mar 1916. He died on 21 Oct 1979.

63. vii. TREMBATH, FAY ADA was born on 11 Oct 1933 in Palmerston North. She married HOVELL, LONEWOOD DAVIV on 05 Mar 1955 in Palmerston North, son of HOVELL, Hilton James Lonewood and TEKOOROO, Sarah. He was born on 30 Jun 1928 in Hicks Bay East Coast.

64. viii. TREMBATH, GWENETH NADA was born on 16 Dec 1924 in Auckland. She married BOLTON, JOE SEYMOUR on 21 Apr 1943 in Palmerston North, son of SEYMOUR, j and BOLTON, Jessie. He was born on 22 Aug 1921 in Hamilton.

30. TREMBATH, HAZEL BEATRICE6 (TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 02 Jun 1890 in New Zealand. She married THORBURN, JOHN RALPH in 1918. He was born on 25 Oct 1890. He died on 09 Feb 1932.

THORBURN, John Ralph and TREMBATH, Hazel Beatrice had the following children:

i. THORBURN, FRANCIS JOHN7 was born in 1921.
65. ii. THORBURN, MARGRET EMMA was born in 1923. She married DUTHIE, ?? on Unknown date.

66. iii. THORBURN, GEORGE DOUGLAS was born in 1919 in New Zealand. He married

LONGSTAFF, ELLEN BESSIE on 26 Jun 1948 in Wanganui, New Zealand, daughter of LONGSTAFF, Albert Edward and PARRY, Ellen Jones. She was born on 08 Oct 1921 in Wanganui, New Zealand.

31. TREMBATH, REGINALD CARLYLE6 (TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 14 Mar 1892 in Thames. He died on Unknown date. He married COXELL, VIOLET in 1924. She was born in 1898. She died on Unknown date.

TREMBATH, Reginald Carlyle and COXELL, Violet had the following child:

67. i. TREMBATH, VIOLET ANNE7 was born in 1927 in New Zealand. She married CAMPBELL, WILLIAM NEIL on

32. TREMBATH, WILLIAM FREDERICK6 (TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 09 Feb 1894 in New Zealand. He married JANSEN, SARAH DOROTHEA on Unknown date. She was born about 11 Feb 1900.

TREMBATH, William Frederick and JANSEN, Sarah Dorothea had the following children:

68. i. TREMBATH, GRETA NOELINE7 was born on 19 Aug 1923 in New Zealand. She married MASKELL, RONALD on 17 Feb 1946. He was born on 04 Jan 1921.

ii. TREMBATH, MAREE DOROTHEA was born on 01 Sep 1920. She died about Mar 1922.

33. TREMBATH, KENNETH6 (TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 30 Oct 1897 in New Zealand. He married CLAY, IRENE.

TREMBATH, Kenneth and CLAY, Irene had the following child:
69. i. TREMBATH, WILTON KENNETH7 was born in 1927 in New Zealand. He married LOVE,
JOAN.

34. TREMBATH, GLADYS NELLIE6 (TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 07 Oct 1900 in thames. She died on 13 Jan 1981 in St.Andrews epsom. She married MCKINISTRY, THOMAS ERIC on 01 Jan 1924 in Epson. He was born on 22 Jan 1898. He died on 31 Jul 1989.

MCKINISTRY, Thomas Eric and TREMBATH, Gladys Nellie had the following children:

70. i. MCKINISTRY, MAVIS ANNIE7 was born on 04 Jul 1924 in New Zealand. She married CAMPTON, CLEMENT STEPHEN on 15 Mar 1950. He was born on 26 Apr 1922. He died on 01 Oct 1977.

71. ii. MCKINISTRY, ERNEST GEORGE was born on 13 Nov 1928 in New Zealand. He married MCKAY, TREASURE DAWN. She was born on Unknown date in ?. She died on Unknown date.

35. TREMBATH, KATE ALEXANDRA6 (TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 09 Nov 1901 in New Zealand. She died on 29 Aug 1981. She married STACY, EDWARD JAMES on 19 Sep 1923. He was born on 20 Sep 1900. He died on 22 Sep 1986.

STACY, Edward James and TREMBATH, Kate Alexandra had the following child:

72. i. STACY, PATRICIA FRANCIS7 was born in New Zealand. She married MCCLEW, JAMES MCLAREN on Unknown date in St. Davids Church Auckland, son of MCCLEW, Alexander and MCLAREN, Margaret. He was born on 08 Sep 1918. He died on 08 Apr 1968.

36. ROBERTS, ELIZABETH ANN6 (TREMBATH, Grace5, TREMBATH, Madron4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 25 Apr 1857 in Spring Gully Fryers Creek Victoria. She died on 29 May 1883 in Main Lead Nr Beaufort Victoria.. She married WELSH, ROBERT SIMSON on 20 Feb 1878 in Main Lead Via Raglan And Beaufort Victoria Australia.. He was born in 1845 in Pittenweem, Fife, Scotland. He died on 15 Aug 1920 in Kooroop, Victoria, Australia.

WELSH, Robert Simson and ROBERTS, Elizabeth Ann had the following children:

i. WELSH, GRACE SIMSON7 was born in 1879 in raglan.

ii. WELSH, ROBERT was born on 03 Apr 1882 in Australia.

74. iii. WELSH, ROBERT WILFORD was born on 02 May 1883 in Raglan, Victoria, Australia. He died on 03 Oct 1907 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. He married MCPHERSON, MARGARET on 26 Apr 1905 in Australia. She was born on 19 Apr 1878 in Australia. She died on 31 May 1950 in Australia.

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37. TREMBATH, MARGARET7 (TREMBATH, Herbert J6, TREMBATH, Alfred5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in 1929. She married RAWSON, JAMES on 06 May 1949.

Notes for RAWSON, James: three children

RAWSON, James and TREMBATH, Margaret had the following children:

i. RAWSON, NOTKNOWN8.

ii. RAWSON, NOTKNOWN.

iii. RAWSON, NOTKNOWN.

iv. RAWSON, NOTKNOWN.

v. RAWSON, NOTKNOWN.

vi. RAWSON, NOTKNOWN.

38. TREMBATH, HERBERT J.7 (TREMBATH, Herbert J6, TREMBATH, Alfred5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in 1914. He died in 1989. He married THOMPSON, CATHERINE on 23 Sep 1939. She was born in 1916.

TREMBATH, Herbert J. and THOMPSON, Catherine had the following child:

i. TREMBATH, LAWRENCE GRANT8 was born on 28 Jul 1942. He married WILSON, NARELLE on 07 Jan 1967. She was born on 22 May 1946.

39. TREMBATH, WILLIAM HENRY7 (TREMBATH, Alfred Henry6, TREMBATH, Alfred5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1). He married

THOMSON, GRACE WILSON.

TREMBATH, William Henry and THOMSON, Grace Wilson had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, KEN A8.

ii. TREMBATH, WILLIAM JAMES was born on 01 Dec 1943. He married ?. She died in 2000.


41. BURLEY, MARGUERITA VALERIE7 (TREMBATH, Jessie Francess6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 24 Mar 1902. She married (1) HIGGINS, CLIFFORD MARSDEN on 27 Sep 1917. He was born on 04 Jan 1899 in Mt Eden Auckland. He died on 03 Mar 1968. She married (2) HAMMOND,RICHARD.

HIGGINS, Clifford Marsden and BURLEY, Marguerita Valerie had the following children:

i. HIGGINS, STANLEY CLIFFORD8 was born on 19 Dec 1917 in Auckland. He married MACLURE, ELLEN CATHERINE on 24 Jan 1942. She was born on 24 Apr 1918 in Auckland.

ii. HIGGINS, JOYCE EVELYN was born on 16 Mar 1921. She died on 11 Jun 1996 in Waikato Hosp.. She married WILLIAMS, EDWARD THEODORE HARWOOD on 29 Apr 1944. He was born on 10 Oct 1916. He died on 03 Mar 1974.

42. BURLEY, HAZEL GLADYS JASMINE7 (TREMBATH, Jessie Francess6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in 1903. She married BUCKLAND, ?.

BUCKLAND, ? and BURLEY, Hazel Gladys Jasmine had the following children:

i. BUCKLAND, KENNETH8.

ii. BUCKLAND, IAN. He married JACKIE, ?.

43. BURLEY, KEITH CARLYLE7 (TREMBATH, Jessie Francess6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 01 Mar 1905. He died on 22 Sep 1988 in woodville. He married (1) DEMLER, JOCELYN RUTH on 07 Nov 1937. She was born on 02 Jan 1912. She died in Sep 1975. He married (2) PEARCE, HEATHER WENHAM.

BURLEY, Keith Carlyle and DEMLER, Jocelyn Ruth had the following children:

i. BURLEY, JOCELYN ANNE8 was born on 02 Sep 1942.

ii. BURLEY, PETER CARLYLE was born on 08 Jul 1945. He married MCCONNELL, GILLIAN JEAN on 08 Apr 1967 in Auckland. She was born on 14 Jul 1945 in Helensville.

BURLEY, Keith Carlyle and PEARCE, Heather Wenham had the following child:

iii. BURLEY, HEATHER MARY CARLYLE was born on 17 Mar 1966.

44. TREMBATH, EMMA KATHLEEN7 (TREMBATH, Albert Victor6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 29 Mar 1911 in thames. She died on 08 Sep 1995 in Thames Hospital, Totara Cemetry, Thames. She married MINIFIE, JOHN PERCIVAL 1950 . He was born on 22 Nov 1920 in Wellington. He died in Dec 1991 in Hikutaia, Maratoto Valley Farm..

MINIFIE, John Percival and TREMBATH, Emma Kathleen had the following children:

i. MINIFIE, JEAN NOELINE8

ii. MINIFIE, JOHN DENNIS

45. TREMBATH, MARY OSBORNE7 (TREMBATH, Albert Victor6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 14 Jul 1912 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. She married NORTON, WILLIAM CLAUDE on 02 Apr 1934 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand, son of NORTON, Gustav William and WALLIS, Sarah Ann. He was born on 23 Oct 1910 in Manaia. He died on 08 Aug 1981 in thames.

NORTON, William Claude and TREMBATH, Mary Osborne had the following children:

i. NORTON, FRANCES ADELE 8 was born 1937. She died on 24 Jun 2003.

ii. NORTON, JUDITH LYNN was born 1939 ,


iii. NORTON, HOWARD WILLIAM was born 1943 ,

iv. NORTON, ROGER JOHN was born 1945 .


46. TREMBATH, FRANCIS SELWYN7 (TREMBATH, Albert Victor6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 06 Mar 1914 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He died on 11 Jan 1984 in Papatoetoe. He married SANDERSON, NYRA ELLEN. She was born 1920. She died 2007

TREMBATH, Francis Selwyn and SANDERSON, Nyra Ellen had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, KENNETH IAN8

ii. TREMBATH, TERENCE ROBERT
iii. TREMBATH, PAULINE JEANETTE

iv. TREMBATH, NEIL FRANCIS

v. TREMBATH, RAYMOND JOHN


47. TREMBATH, ALBERT GEORGE7 (TREMBATH, Albert Victor6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 30 Jul 1917 in thames. He died on 16 Dec 1991 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand. He married SUTTON, JEAN FRANCES 1943 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand, daughter of SUTTON, Percy Harold and COURT, Ellen Frances.

TREMBATH, Albert George and SUTTON, Jean Frances had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, GRAHAM GEORGE8

ii. TREMBATH, KEITH WINTON

iii. TREMBATH, YVONNE JEAN

48. TREMBATH, JAMES HAMILTON7 (TREMBATH, Albert Victor6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 29 Jul 1919 in thames. He died on 08 Jan 1996 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He married NICHOLS, BELLE 1942.
TREMBATH, James Hamilton and NICHOLS, Belle had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, HEATHER JEAN8

ii. TREMBATH, NOELINE JOAN

iii. TREMBATH, SANDRA DIANNE

49. TREMBATH, HELLEN JEAN7 (TREMBATH, Albert Victor6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 21 Mar 1923 in thames. She died on 03 Jul 2005 in Thames Hosp.. She married SMITH, HENRY on 28 Jun 1945 in Tauranga. He was born on 15 Aug 1908 in Airdale Scotland. He died on 10 Jul 1992 in Coromandel, New Zealand.

i. SMITH, DAVID JOHN8

ii. SMITH, JO BROWNLY

iii. SMITH, ALBERTA HELEN

iv. SMITH, BARBARA JANE

50. TREMBATH, RAYMOND CHARLES7 (TREMBATH, Leonard Charles6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born 1923 in New Zealand. He married PROFFITT, YVONNE EDITH 1951.

TREMBATH, Raymond Charles and PROFFITT, Yvonne Edith had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, GRAIG

ii. TREMBATH, JOANNE ELIZABETH

iii. TREMBATH, MARK

51. TREMBATH, BRIAN JOHN7 (TREMBATH, Leonard Charles6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in New Zealand. He married MARJORIE ADELAIDE.

TREMBATH, Brian John and Marjorie Adelaide had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, JENNIFER WAYNE8.

ii. TREMBATH, BRIAN WAYNE

52. TREMBATH, WINSOME HARVEY7 (TREMBATH, Leonard Charles6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 30 Jan 1920 in Auckland. She married BIGHAM, DONALD GEORGE TAYLOR on 07 Dec 1946 in St. Andrews Auckland. He was born on 07 Oct 1920 in Auckland. He died on 07 May 1978 in Auckland.

BIGHAM, Donald George Taylor and TREMBATH, Winsome Harvey had the following children:

i. BIGHAM, GRAHAEME DONALD8 was born on 02 Jan 1949. He married MARCHBANK, CAROLINE JANE on 13 Apr 1974 in Tauranga, daughter of MARCHBANK, Thomas Wilson and GIFFORD, Charlotte Jane Sherwin. She was born on 29 Apr 1951 in Masterton, Wellington, New Zealand.

ii. BIGHAM, MURRAY was born on 23 Feb 1956 in Tauranga. He married MCNICHOLL, MICHELLE on 05 Nov 1988 in St. Andrews Church Epsom. She was born on 29 Oct 1959 in Auckland.

iii. BIGHAM, ANNE LYNETTE was born on 17 May 1952. She married LAFFERTY, STEPHEN LEONARD on 06 Feb 1976 in St. Michaels Remuera, Auckland, son of LAFFERTY, George and GREEN, Elizabeth. He was born on 25 Jul 1953 in Taupo, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.

53. TREMBATH, OLIVE MAY7 (TREMBATH, Archibald Jubilee6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 12 May 1910 in thames. She died on 12 Nov 1994. She married WILSON, RODNEY SHERBOURNE.

WILSON, Rodney Sherbourne and TREMBATH, Olive May had the following children:

i. WILSON, BEVERLEY8 was born in New Zealand. She married HANNAH, ?.

ii. WILSON, ANNETTE RAE was born on 31 Dec 1942 in New Zealand. She married RAGG, THOMAS KEITH on 17 Mar 1962. He was born on 10 Jan 1942 in Oxford Nth, Canterbury.

54. TREMBATH, LEONARD JAMES7 (TREMBATH, Archibald Jubilee6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 18 Aug 1916 in thames. He died on 13 Dec 1993 in Green Lane Hosp., Auckland N.Z.. He married CLARK, EDRIE JEAN. She was born on 06 Nov 1919. Leonard James (service No64678, Sgt 35th Battalion, WW2) on December 13th 1993 at Green Lane Hospital.

TREMBATH, Leonard James and CLARK, Edrie Jean had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, GAY8.

ii. TREMBATH, WAYNE.

iii. TREMBATH, BARRY FRANCIS was born on 09 Mar 1936 in Palmerston North. He married TORREY, JENNIFER EMMA VIOLET, daughter of GLEESON, Walter and JOHNSON, Alma. She was born on 25 May 1942 in Wairoa, Gisborne, New Zealand.

iv. TREMBATH, GRAHAM LEONARD was born on 31 Aug 1941 in New Zealand. He married VERCOE, GAY.

v. TREMBATH, JUDITH LYNNE was born on 05 Jan 1944 in New Zealand. She married EDWARDS, WAYNE.

vi. TREMBATH, ROBYN was born on 30 Mar 1949 in New Zealand. She married (1) BROWNE, ??. She married (2) BLAYNEY, ??.

55. TREMBATH, GLADYS KATHLEEN7 (TREMBATH, Archibald Jubilee6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in 1919 in New Zealand. She married MATSON, MICHAEL.

MATSON, Michael and TREMBATH, Gladys Kathleen had the following children:

i. MATSON, CAROL8 was born in New Zealand. She married MINEVS, ??.

ii. MATSON, RAYMOND.

iii. MATSON, SHIRLEY.

56. TREMBATH, NOEL DESMOND7 (TREMBATH, Archibald Jubilee6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in 1927 in New Zealand. He married BENNETT, GEORGENA EMILY on 29 Sep 1949. She was born on 22 Sep 1920.

TREMBATH, Noel Desmond and BENNETT, Georgena Emily had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, NOELENE8 was born on 30 Nov 1951 in New Zealand. She married WESTLEY, BRYAN on 25 Oct 1969 in Auckland. He was born on 27 Jan 1947.

ii. TREMBATH, RAEWYN was born on 25 Jul 1957 in New Zealand. She married MITCHELL, ALAN.

57. TREMBATH, FRANCIS WILLIAM7 (TREMBATH, Frank6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 27 Jul 1912 in Auckland. He died on 13 Sep 1964 in Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand. He married TILLET, SHIRLEY on 20 Sep 1935 in Palmerston North. She was born on 18 May 1919 in Palmerston North.

TREMBATH, Francis William and TILLET, Shirley had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, BARRY FRANCIS8 was born on 09 Mar 1936 in Palmerston North. He married TORREY, JENNIFER EMMA VIOLET, daughter of GLEESON, Walter and JOHNSON, Alma. She was born on 25 May 1942 in Wairoa, Gisborne, New Zealand.

ii. TREMBATH, DONNA HAZEL was born on 29 Sep 1938 in New Zealand. She married HASENSTEIN, RAINER on 26 Jan 1963. He was born on 03 Feb 1941.

iii. TREMBATH, PETER ROBIN was born on 07 Dec 1943 in Palmerston North. He married BLUCHER, JAN on 20 Jan 1968. She was born on 08 Aug 1946.

iv. TREMBATH, VENICE SHIRLEY was born on 24 Feb 1937 in New Zealand. She married RICHARDSON, RAY.

58. TREMBATH, JESSIE MAY7 (TREMBATH, Frank6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in 1914 in New Zealand. She died on 18 Nov 1989. She married (1) TEKOORO, TAPUI on 07 Oct 1935. He was born on 04 Dec 1900. He died on 31 Jul 1980. She married (2) TAPUI, TE KOORO.

TEKOORO, Tapui and TREMBATH, Jessie May had the following children:

i. TEKOORO, JACQUELINE MAY8 was born on 19 Jan 1936. She married BEATTIE, DONALD ANDREW on 15 Jul 1954 in Palmerston North, son of BEATTIE, Robert and GODBAZ, Dolly. He was born on 16 Feb 1931 in Nelson, New Zealand.

ii. TEKOORO, MARY was born on 25 Dec 1939. She married (1) MURDIE, ROBERT ALEXANDER on 23 Apr 1962 in Palmerston North. He was born on 27 Dec 1936 in Ohakune. She married (2) HARAWIRA, DOUG in Feb 1959 in Palmerston North, son of HARAWIRA, Darcy and WIHA. He was born on 04 Apr 1935 in Dargaville. He died on 07 Sep 1961.

iii. TEKOORO, BRUCE was born on 20 Sep 1941 in Eltham. He married TITO, MARINGI on

18 Nov 1961 in New Plymouth, New Zealand, daughter of TITO, Massey and WHAREHOKA, Polly. She was born on 17 Nov 1943 in Opunake, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand.

iv. TEKOORO, WIIRA was born on 21 Jun 1951 in Palmerston North. He married (1) VOSS, JUDY on 02 Jul 1971, daughter of VOSS, Don and BADCOCK, Elsie. She was born on 31 Jul 1953 in Palmerston North. He married (2) MCSWEENY, PAMELA NOELLE on 23 Jan 1988 in Palmerston North. She was born on 29 Dec 1956 in Palmerston North.

v. TEKOORO, FRANCES was born on 07 Jul 1952. She married (1) RAUHIHI, HUHIPIRE on

18 Feb 1977. He was born on 23 Apr 1952. She married (2) BAKER, MATENGA on 21 Sep 1968 in Palmerston North, son of BAKER, Matua and MATUA. He was born on
24 Jun 1949 in Wellington. She met (3) EDWARDS, COLIN. He was born on 20 Sep 1956.

vi. TEKOORO, ADRIENNE ARAPERA was born on 17 Feb 1937. She married (1) MCKNIGHT, KEITH ALAN on 11 Nov 1960 in Palmerston North. He was born on 27 Dec 1938. She married (2) KNOWN, NOT.

TAPUI, Te Kooro and TREMBATH, Jessie May had the following children:

i. TAPUI, JAQUELINE8 was born in New Zealand. She married BEATTIE, DONALD.

ii. TAPUI, ADRIENNE was born in New Zealand. She married ??, ??.

iii. TAPUI, MARY was born in New Zealand. She married (1) HARAWIRA, ??. She married

(2) MURDIE, ??.

iv. TAPUI, BRUCE was born in New Zealand. He married TITO, MAVINGI.

v. TAPUI, WIIRA was born in New Zealand. He married (1) VOSS, JUDY. He married (2) MCSWEENY, PAMELA.

vi. TAPUI, FRANCES was born in New Zealand. She married (1) BAKER, ??. She married

(2) RAUHIHI, BILL. She married (3) EDWARDS, ??.

59. TREMBATH, HINEMOA LORRAINE7 (TREMBATH, Frank6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 05 Oct 1915 in Auckland. She married WALTERS, STANLEY on 05 May 1937 in Cambridge, son of WALTERS, Fred and WHITTAKER, Lucy. He was born on 25 Jun 1913 in llandudno Wales.

WALTERS, Stanley and TREMBATH, Hinemoa Lorraine had the following children:

i. WALTERS, CAROL ANNE8 was born on 28 Apr 1941 in Eltham. She married SKOGLUND, PHILIP CHARLES on 24 Jun 1961 in All Saints Palmerston North, son of SKOGLUND, Philip Oscar and SMITH, Olive Kathleen. He was born on 20 Jun 1937 in Palmerston North.

ii. WALTERS, GWENNETH LORRAINE was born on 23 May 1938 in Cambridge. She married RUSSELL, JAMES ERNEST on 23 Jan 1960, son of RUSSELL, Ronald Ernest and MILLS, Phyllis Mary. He was born on 25 Dec 1937 in Pahiatua.

60. TREMBATH, MATINGAROA7 (TREMBATH, Frank6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 21 Nov 1916 in Auckland. She married (1) WINIATA, CHARLES MCLEAN on 28 Jun 1937 in Palmerston North, son of MATENE, Winiata and O'KEEFE, Hipora. He was born on 21 May 1911 in Levin. He died on 14 Oct 1975. She married (2) WEHIPEIHANA, HARE HEMI on 10 Jul 1982. He was born on 27 Jan 1917 in Ohau, Horowhenua, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand.

WINIATA, Charles Mclean and TREMBATH, Matingaroa had the following children:

i. WINIATA, BENJAMIN LINDSAY8 was born on 09 Apr 1941. He married RICHARDSON, DIANNE on 28 Mar 1964. She was born on 02 Feb 1945.

ii. WINIATA, DONALD CHARLES was born on 21 Dec 1937 in Palmerston North. He married DOIG, BEVERLY ANN on 03 Nov 1962 in Levin, daughter of DOIG, Albert John and HORNE, Winifred Annie. She was born on 13 Mar 1936 in Levin.

iii. WINIATA, ELLEN MERLE was born on 09 Mar 1940 in Palmerston North. She married

(1) JOHNAON, J.. She married (2) JOHNSON, JOSEPH ALBERT on 24 Jul 1960 in Wellington, son of JOHNSON, Harry and BELL, Merita Riata. He was born on 05 Nov 1933 in Otaki.

iv. WINIATA, MARTIN was born on 29 Mar 1939. He married MCGILL, MARGARET on 24 Feb 1962. She was born on 13 Jan 1944.

v. WINIATA, MAUD MARY was born on 18 Jan 1944 in Palmerston North. She married

(1) MULHOLLAND, MICHAEL WINSTONE on 01 Jun 1963 in Levin. He was born on 11 Sep 1940 in Wellington. She married (2) NORMAN, BOB on 21 Oct 1977, son of NORMAN, George Edward and BALLER, Eleanore Clara. He was born on 19 Jun 1923 in Wellington.

vi. WINIATA, WHIWHI was born on 04 Jun 1942 in Palmerston North. He married ANDREW, NOELINE on 20 Mar 1965, daughter of ANDREW, Roberts Marshall and SMITH, Doris Edna May. She was born on 19 Dec 1944 in Wellington.

61. TREMBATH, NORMA TALMADGE7 (TREMBATH, Frank6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 28 Jan 1920 in Auckland. She married MCSHANE, MAURICE JAMES on 15 May 1939 in Palmerston North, son of MCSHANE, James Johnstone and ROSS, Ivy Amelia. He was born on 14 Sep 1914 in Marton.

MCSHANE, Maurice James and TREMBATH, Norma Talmadge had the following children:

i. MCSHANE, DAVID WILLIAM8 was born on 07 Dec 1940 in Palmerston North. He married TAITE, MONICA on 05 Feb 1963 in Otane, Central Hawke's Bay, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, daughter of TAITE, Teneti and GRAHAM, Ngaire. She was born on 21 Dec 1943 in Waipawa, South Wairarapa, Wellington, New Zealand. She died on 13 May 1996 in Thames Hosp..

ii. MCSHANE, JAMES EDWARD was born on 17 Mar 1946. He married DORNBUSH, JOY LORRAINE on 29 Apr 1972. She was born on 11 Sep 1953.

iii. MCSHANE, KATHRYN LARRAINE was born on 13 Jun 1947 in Palmerston North. She married (1) HEEWMAN, ??. She married (2) BRUCE, CYRIL on 18 Oct 1969 in Palmerston North. He was born on 24 Mar 1947. She married (3) HERMAN, KEITH on 06 Nov 1989 in Nunawading, Victoria, Australia, son of HERMAN, Victor and FARRAR, Dorothy. He was born on 29 Oct 1951.

iv. MCSHANE, PAULINE NORMA was born on 01 Nov 1939 in Palmerston North. She

Generation 7 (con't)

married BOS, ARIE on 13 Oct 1962 in Palmerston North, son of BOS, Adrianus and

DE WILT, Petronella. He was born on 23 Jun 1939 in vlaardinger Holland.

62. TREMBATH, LILY MARY7 (TREMBATH, Frank6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 28 May 1921 in New Zealand. She married MORRIS, DONALD PERCY on 03 Aug 1940. He was born on 26 Mar 1916. He died on 21 Oct 1979.

MORRIS, Donald Percy and TREMBATH, Lily Mary had the following child:

i. MORRIS, DONNA MARJORIE8 was born on 15 Feb 1941 in New Zealand. She married NASH, GRAHAM on 17 Sep 1960. He was born on 04 Feb 1932.

63. TREMBATH, FAY ADA7 (TREMBATH, Frank6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 11 Oct 1933 in Palmerston North. She married HOVELL, LONEWOOD DAVIV on 05 Mar 1955 in Palmerston North, son of HOVELL, Hilton James Lonewood and TEKOOROO, Sarah. He was born on 30 Jun 1928 in Hicks Bay East Coast.

HOVELL, Lonewood Daviv and TREMBATH, Fay Ada had the following children:

i. HOVELL, HILTON GEOFFREY DAVID8 was born on 11 Sep 1955 in Palmerston North. He married GIBSON, LYNDA on 05 Dec 1987 in Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand. She was born on 17 Jun 1962 in Gisbourne.

ii. HOVELL, PETER EDWIN was born on 25 Apr 1957 in Palmerston North. He married

(1) MAREE, SHARON on Unknown date. She was born about 20 Jun 1959. He married (2) WOOD, DEBORAH ANN on Unknown date. She was born on 17 Sep 1962.

iii. HOVELL, STEPHEN DAVID was born on 31 Oct 1958 in New Zealand.

64. TREMBATH, GWENETH NADA7 (TREMBATH, Frank6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 16 Dec 1924 in Auckland. She married BOLTON, JOE SEYMOUR on 21 Apr 1943 in Palmerston North, son of SEYMOUR, j and BOLTON, Jessie. He was born on 22 Aug 1921 in Hamilton.

BOLTON, Joe Seymour and TREMBATH, Gweneth Nada had the following children:

i. BOLTON, DAVID FRANCIS8 was born on 30 Jan 1946. He married CARROLL, JANET on Unknown date, daughter of CARROLL, James and BRIGGS, Irene. She was born on 27 Mar 1947.

ii. BOLTON, JOSEPH SEYMOUR was born on 02 May 1947 in Hastings, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. He married CAROLL, MARILYN on 24 May 1969 in Palmerston North, daughter of CARROLL, James and BRIGGS, Irene. She was born on 14 Apr 1951 in Brighton, Sussex, England.

iii. BOLTON, MICHAEL GEOFFREY was born on 14 Feb 1949. He married (1) DUFF, ANN on Unknown date. He married (2) SHUTTLEWORTH, GLENIS on Unknown date. He married (3) NOVIS, LINDA on Unknown date. She was born on Unknown date.

iv. BOLTON, ROBERT STANLEY was born on 24 May 1950. He married WYBROTT, DALE EILEEN on Unknown date in ?. She was born on Unknown date.

v. BOLTON, YVONNE NORMA was born on 31 Mar 1955. She married (1) REYNISH, TONY on Unknown date. She married (2) CLAPHAM, TONY on 31 May 1997.

65. THORBURN, MARGRET EMMA7 (TREMBATH, Hazel Beatrice6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in 1923. She married DUTHIE, ?? on Unknown date.

DUTHIE, ?? and THORBURN, Margret Emma had the following children:

i. DUTHIE, MARION8.

ii. DUTHIE, JOHN GRED.

iii. DUTHIE, MERILYN BEATRICE was born on Unknown date.

66. THORBURN, GEORGE DOUGLAS7 (TREMBATH, Hazel Beatrice6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in 1919 in New Zealand. He married LONGSTAFF, ELLEN BESSIE on 26 Jun 1948 in Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand, daughter of LONGSTAFF, Albert Edward and PARRY, Ellen Jones. She was born on 08 Oct 1921 in Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand.

THORBURN, George Douglas and LONGSTAFF, Ellen Bessie had the following children:

i. THORBURN, RALPH DOUGLAS8 was born on Unknown date.

ii. THORBURN, KAYE LYNETTE. She married SOLOMON, ?.

67. TREMBATH, VIOLET ANNE7 (TREMBATH, Reginald Carlyle6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in 1927 in New Zealand. She married CAMPBELL, WILLIAM NEIL on Unknown date.

CAMPBELL, William Neil and TREMBATH, Violet Anne had the following children:

i. CAMPBELL, ERIC IAN8 was born in 1952 in New Zealand. He married CAMERON, FRANCIS on Unknown date.

ii. CAMPBELL, WILLIAM PAUL was born on 26 Sep 1948 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He married CARNABY, MARY ELLEN. She was born on 20 Aug 1956 in Wellington.

iii. CAMPBELL, NEIL BRYCE was born on 24 May 1951 in New Zealand. He married CHAPMAN, ADRIENNE on 24 Oct 1986, daughter of CHAPMAN, Desmond Arthur and KEANE, Maureen Winifred. She was born on 22 Jul 1962.

68. TREMBATH, GRETA NOELINE7 (TREMBATH, William Frederick6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 19 Aug 1923 in New Zealand. She married MASKELL, RONALD on 17 Feb 1946. He was born on 04 Jan 1921.

MASKELL, Ronald and TREMBATH, Greta Noeline had the following children:

i. MASKELL, TERENCE RONALD8 was born on 20 Oct 1950.

ii. MASKELL, CHRISTOPHER JOHN was born on 19 Apr 1968.

iii. MASKELL, LYNDA was born on 22 Sep 1947.

iv. MASKELL, DENISE JANE was born on 04 Feb 1954 in otahuhu. She married MCCOOMBE, PETER JEREMY on 19 Nov 1983. He was born on 08 Apr 1956.

69. TREMBATH, WILTON KENNETH7 (TREMBATH, Kenneth6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in 1927 in New Zealand. He married LOVE, JOAN.

TREMBATH, Wilton Kenneth and LOVE, Joan had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, LOUISE8.

ii. TREMBATH, ROSS. He married (1) KNOWN, NOT.

iii. TREMBATH, WENDY. She married KNOWN, NOT.

70. MCKINISTRY, MAVIS ANNIE7 (TREMBATH, Gladys Nellie6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 04 Jul 1924 in New Zealand. She married CAMPTON, CLEMENT STEPHEN on 15 Mar 1950. He was born on
26 Apr 1922. He died on 01 Oct 1977.

CAMPTON, Clement Stephen and MCKINISTRY, Mavis Annie had the following children:

i. CAMPTON, BEVERLY ANNE8 was born on 20 Dec 1950 in New Zealand. She married REVEL, PHILLIP.

ii. CAMPTON, ROBERT ARTHUR was born on 14 Feb 1954 in New Zealand. He married DEVEREAUX, ANNE.

Generation 7 (con't)

iii. CAMPTON, WAYNE ERIC was born on 10 May 1956 in New Zealand. He married DEBOER, SOPHIA.

iv. CAMPTON, DIANNE MARY was born on 24 Sep 1957 in New Zealand. She married WILLIAMSON, TREVOR.

71. MCKINISTRY, ERNEST GEORGE7 (TREMBATH, Gladys Nellie6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 13 Nov 1928 in New Zealand. He married MCKAY, TREASURE DAWN. She was born on Unknown date in ?. She died on Unknown date.

MCKINISTRY, Ernest George and MCKAY, Treasure Dawn had the following children:

i. MCKINSTRY, LAWRENCE8.

ii. MCKINSTRY, WILLIAM.

iii. MCKINSTRY, TREASURE.

iv. MCKINSTRY, STUART was born in New Zealand. He married KEANE, MARY.

v. MCKINSTRY, PHILIP.

vi. MCKINSTRY, PETER.

72. STACY, PATRICIA FRANCIS7 (TREMBATH, Kate Alexandra6, TREMBATH, Francis5, TREMBATH, John4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born in New Zealand. She married MCCLEW, JAMES MCLAREN on Unknown date in St. Davids Church Auckland, son of MCCLEW, Alexander and MCLAREN, Margaret. He was born on 08 Sep 1918. He died on 8 Apr 1968.

MCCLEW, James Mclaren and STACY, Patricia Francis had the following child:

i. MCCLEW, JAQUELINE LOUISE8 was born on Unknown date.

73. WELSH, ROBERT WILFORD7 (ROBERTS, Elizabeth Ann6, TREMBATH, Grace5, TREMBATH, Madron4, TREMBATH, Mathew3, TREMBATH, Mathew2, TREMBATH, James1) was born on 02 May 1883 in Raglan, Victoria, Australia. He died on 03 Oct 1907 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. He married MCPHERSON, MARGARET on 26 Apr 1905 in Australia. She was born on 19 Apr 1878 in Australia. She died on 31 May 1950 in Australia.

WELSH, Robert Wilford and MCPHERSON, Margaret had the following children:

i. WELSH, ALICE RUTH8 was born about 1903.

ii. WELSH, LILLIAN PRL was born on 08 Nov 1905 in Beaufort, Australia. She married STEWART, THOMAS HILL PAUL on 10 Sep 1932 in Australia. He was born on 01 Jul 1900 in Greenach, Scotland. He died on 20 Jul 1950 in Williamstown, Victoria, Australia.

iii. WELSH, GRACE WINIFRED was born on 23 Dec 1907 in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.

Nortons of Middlesex to 1800's - New Zealand from 1870's

Descendants of Daniel Norton

Generation 1

1. DANIEL1 NORTON (A?) was born about 1600. He died about 03 Mar 1672 in Rickmandsworth, Hertfordshire. He married DOROTHY WINCH on 10 Oct 1655 in Uxbridge. She was born in Harefield, Middlesex, UK. She died about 1680 in Hillingdon..

Notes for Daniel Norton:

He was a Mill Owner, his will of 1/3/1672, reads in part: " . . . I give unto my five children, Daniel, Phoebe, William, Richard and Thomas Norton, thirty pounds to be paid as follows . . . . that is to say to Phoebe Norton when she shall accomplish the age of eighteen years, Daniel, William Richard and Thomas when they attain their full ages of man, . . . all the rest of my goods and chattels . . . and moneys I give and bequeath to my beloved Wife Dorothy Norton ... [Witnessed: John Gardiner.] . . . " His [5] children were all under the age of 20 when he died, and it may be supposed that he was middle aged when he married Dorothy Winch. Samuel Pepys the English Diarist was married on the same day as Daniel and Dorothy.

Notes for Dorothy Winch:
Dorothy's will dated 3/2/1677, reads in part : ". . . . a widow being frail and weak in body but of good
and sound mind and remembrance, do praise God for it .. do make this my last will and testament
. . . First, I give and bequeath to my son Daniell Norton, to my daughter Phoebe, my son William, my son Richard, and my son Thomas, all my goods and chattels bond, .. .. chattels whatsoever I dye possessing . . to be equally divided between them at their full age of one and twenty years . . .
I nominate my son Daniell Norton a fore said my brother Thomas Winch and my brother in law
Humphrey Gardiner to be my . . . to look after my children . . . corn mills in Uxbridge . . .
[witnessed: John .... John .... Daniell Gardiner] . . . "

Daniel Norton and Dorothy Winch had the following children:

2. i. DANIEL2 NORTON was born in 1656. He died in May 1694 in Uxbridge. He married ELIZABETH NICHOLAS in 1676 in Clarkenwell Uxbridge. She died about 1697.

ii. PHOEBE NORTON was born after 1656. She married DANIEL OMER on 16 Sep 1680 in Harefield, Middlesex, UK.

iii. RICHARD NORTON was born after 1657.

iv. WILLIAM NORTON was born after 1658.

v. THOMAS NORTON was born about 1659. He died in Oct 1709.

Generation 2

2. DANIEL2 NORTON (Daniel1, A?) was born in 1656. He died in May 1694 in Uxbridge. He married ELIZABETH NICHOLAS in 1676 in Clarkenwell Uxbridge. She died about 1697.

Notes for Daniel Norton:

He was a mill owner like his father. Parish records indicate that he was taxed 12 pounds 17 shillings on 13/3/1694. Daniels will dated 20 April 1694. reads in part : " . . . . Also I give Daniel Norton my oldest son the sum of three hundred pounds, My second Son Nicholas three hundred pounds, My daughter Elizabeth three hundred pounds of lawful English money, . . .on their reaching the age of 21 years. .

Daniel Norton and Elizabeth Nicholas had the following children:

i. ELIZABETH3 NORTON was born about Feb 1687 in Uxbridge.
Notes for Elizabeth Norton: Chris. 20/10/1689 at Uxbridge.
3. ii. DANIEL NORTON was born about 17 Feb 1688. He died about 14 May 1725 in Uxbridge. He married ZILPHA NORWOOD. She died about 24 Apr 1717 in Uxbridge.

4. iii. NICHOLAS NORTON was born about Jun 1691 in Uxbridge. He died about Jan 1754 in Denham. He married JANE ?.



Generation 3

3. DANIEL3 NORTON (Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born about 17 Feb 1688. He died about 14 May 1725 in Uxbridge. He married ZILPHA NORWOOD. She died about 24 Apr 1717 in Uxbridge.

Notes for Daniel Norton:

- He was active in Vestry matters. No: 8 bell at St. Margaret's is inscribed "D. Norton gave the carriage of the old and new bells to and from London" [in 1716].
In his will he names his brother Nicholas and brother in law Richard Norwood as executors, paying them 20 pounds apiece 'for their care and pains in taking upon the burthon and exertion of this my Will. . He also names them as guardians of his two children, Dying less than a week later, aged 37 years. He left Daniel aged 13 and Zilpha aged 11 years.
Notes for Zilpha Norwood: Zilpha died in childbirth.

Daniel Norton and Zilpha Norwood had the following children:

i. DANIEL4 NORTON was born about 07 Jun 1712 in Uxbridge. He died about 21 May 1740 in Uxbridge.

Notes for Daniel Norton:

Daniel died a Batchelor at 28 years of age. In his will dated 1740, he provided;" . . .

I, Daniel Norton of Uxbridge in the . . . , Miller, being of perfect sound and disposing mind and memory, . . . do make this my last will . . . first, I desire . . . to be buried in Uxbridge Church as near the remains of my father as possible, privately at midnight, " Any money he had was not left to the Norton family. Until 1750 there was a family vault under the floor of St Marys Church in Uxbridge for the Norton Family coffins. Later Norton burial sites are at Hillingdon, Ruislip, and Northwood.

Generation 3 (con't)

ii. ZILPHA NORTON was born about Oct 1714 in Uxbridge. She died about 30 Sep 1739 in Uxbridge - died a Spinster


iii. ELIZABETH NORTON was born about Nov 1715 in Uxbridge. She died about Jan 1716 in Uxbridge. Chris. 30/11/1715, buried 3/1/1716. Mother die in childbirth

4. NICHOLAS3 NORTON (Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born about Jun 1691 in Uxbridge. He died about Jan 1754 in Denham. He married JANE ?.

Notes for Nicholas Norton:

Millar like father and Grand father. A survey of Uxbridge Manor held 10/1/1728 showed that Nicholas owned land in the Frays River Area. The heirs of his brother Daniel who died two years before, were shown as owing 1/- annual rent to the Manor or Borough. The quit rent book of the Manor of Colham reveals that the trustees of Nicholas owed 9d and his son Daniel, brewer, banker








Nicholas Norton and Jane ? had the following children:

i. SARAH4 NORTON was born about 1720. She died about May 1743 in Denham. She married JOHN MORTEN on 16 Sep 1741 in Harefield, Middlesex, UK.
Notes for Sarah Norton: Described in marriage register as "both of Denham" and

in burial records, as " a widow"

ii. JOSEPH NORTON was born about 1728. He died about Sep 1728 in Uxbridge.
Notes for Joseph Norton:

Joseph, Deborah and Anne [siblings] were the among the last Norton's to be buried in the Family Vault in St. Margaret s. It was badly damaged during building work in 1871. Excavations in the area in the 1980's revealed a few anonymous bones.

iii. DEBORAH NORTON was born about 1729. She died about 03 Jul 1729 in Uxbridge.
Notes for Deborah Norton:


iv. ANNE NORTON was born about 1735. She died about 19 Jul 1735 in Uxbridge.
Notes for Anne Norton:


v. NICHOLAS NORTON was born about 1746.

5. vi. DANIEL NORTON was born about 1746 in Uxbridge. He died on 23 Jan 1794 in Hillingdon.. He married ANNA MARIA SCOTT on 23 Jul 1775 in Hillingdon. She was born about 1753. She died on 28 Feb 1803 in Hillingdon..

Generation 4

5. DANIEL4 NORTON (Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born about 1746 in Uxbridge. He died on 23 Jan 1794 in Hillingdon.. He married ANNA MARIA SCOTT on 23 Jul 1775 in Hillingdon. She was born about 1753. She died on 28 Feb 1803 in Hillingdon..
Daniel was the owner of the Old Uxbridge bank, a brewer, auctioneer, a timber merchant and a farmer.
Generation 4 (con't)


Daniel Norton and Anna Maria Scott had the following children:

i. DANIEL SCOTT5 NORTON was born about 1776. He died in 1835. He married MARY

RIPPON. Notes for Daniel Scott Norton: Businessman.


ii. REBECCA NORTON was born about 1777.

iii. JAMES HORACE NORTON was born about Apr 1778.

iv. ELIZABETH ANN NORTON was born after 1780. She died on 08 Aug 1810. She married EDWARD JAMES on 01 Nov 1806 in Hillingdon.

v. ROBERT NORTON was born after 1781. He died about 07 Jul 1801 in Hillingdon..

6. vi. JANE NORTON was born after 1782. She married DANIEL STAPLE on 21 Jun 1806 in Hillingdon..

7. vii. WILLIAM NORTON was born on 03 Jan 1785 in Hillingdon, Uxbridge, U.K.. He died on 18 Jan 1857 in Hillingdon, Middlesex, U.K.. He married MARY WILSHIN on 13 Mar 1806, daughter of Jason Wilshin and Grace Gurney. She was born on 07 Apr 1785 in Ruislip, Middlesex, U.K.. She died on 21 Jan 1868 in ruislip.

8. viii. ANNA MARIA NORTON was born after Feb 1785. She married (1) HENRY STABLE in 1814. She married (2) GEORGE HERON in 1821.

ix. HENRY NORTON was born after 1788. He died about 1848 in Hillingdon.. He married SARAH MERCER. Notes for Henry Norton:

Baptised 10/12/1793 by Rev T.E.Beasley, Presbyterian . Lawyer,

x. LOUISA NORTON was born after 1788. She died about 1789.
Notes for Louisa Norton: Twin with Matilda.

xi. MATILDA NORTON was born after 1788. She died on 09 Jan 1789.
Notes for Matilda Norton: Twin with Louisa.

xii. EDWARD SCOTT NORTON was born after 1789.

xiii. HARRIET NORTON was born after 1790. She died on 11 Mar 1838 in Hillingdon.
Notes for Harriet Norton: Buried 17/3/1838

Generation 5

6. JANE5 NORTON (Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born after 1782. She married DANIEL STAPLE on 21 Jun 1806 in Hillingdon..
Notes for Jane Norton: Described in marriage register, as "of Uxbridge.
Notes for Daniel Staple: Described in marriage register as 'Groom of St. Michael, Bassigshaw, London.

Daniel Staple and Jane Norton had the following children:

i. DEBORRAH6 STAPLE.

ii. JANE STAPLE.

Generation 5 (con't)

7. WILLIAM5 NORTON (Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 03 Jan 1785 in Hillingdon, Uxbridge, U.K.. He died on 18 Jan 1857 in Hillingdon, Middlesex, U.K.. He married MARY WILSHIN on 13 Mar 1806, daughter of Jason Wilshin and Grace Gurney. She was born on 07 Apr 1785 in Ruislip, Middlesex, U.K.. She died on 21 Jan 1868 in ruislip.

Notes for William Norton:

He was a timber merchant and a farmer. Mentioned in "Reminiscences of a Huntsman" by GRANTLEY F. Berkely 1854]

Notes for Mary Wilshin:

Mary was born at The Old Manor house, Ruislip, and was the daughter of John Wilshin and Grace Wilshin [nee Gurney]. Jason Wilshin was a prosperous farmer, several Wilshin's married into the
.. Burkes 'The Landed Gentry" [p:1906] gives the year of Mary's death as 1867.

William Norton and Mary Wilshin had the following children:

9. i. DANIEL6 NORTON was born on 20 Dec 1806 in North wood Hall. He died on 16 Feb 1888. He married (1) LOUISA MARIA DELVES. She died in Dec 1869. He married (2) ELLEN CONSTANCE ROWE on 05 Aug 1870. She died on 18 Dec 1913.

10. ii. WILLIAM NORTON was born in 1808 in Middlesex, G.B.. He died on 13 Jun 1891 in Penzance, Cornwall, England. He married HARRIET GRACE GURNEY on 07 Jun 1842 in Hayes, Penzance, daughter of Thomas Gurney and Susannah Bushell. She was born in 1822 in Paddington, London, England. She died on 03 Oct 1862.

11. iii. EMMA GRACE NORTON was born about 1809. She married FRANCIS STOCKWELL on 21 Feb 1829 in Hillington.. He was born in 1804.

12. iv. JASON WILSHIN NORTON was born about 1811. He married ? PLAISTOWE. She was born in Rickmanworth.

v. THOMAS NORTON was born in 1812. He married MARY ANN YEATES. She was born in Hayes, Nebraska, USA.
Notes for Thomas Norton: Brick work Manager.

vi. MARY GRACE NORTON was born about 1814. She married CHARLES ROBINSON on 27 Aug 1840.

8. ANNA MARIA5 NORTON (Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born after Feb 1785. She married (1) HENRY STABLE in 1814. She married (2) GEORGE HERON in 1821.

Henry Stable and Anna Maria Norton had the following child:

13. i. WILLIAM HENRY6 STABLE was born about 1820 in Middlesex. He married ELLEN
WINDEYER.

Generation 6

9. DANIEL6 NORTON (William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 20 Dec 1806 in North wood Hall. He died on 16 Feb 1888. He married (1) LOUISA MARIA DELVES. She died in Dec 1869. He married (2) ELLEN CONSTANCE ROWE on 05 Aug 1870. She died on 18 Dec 1913.

Notes for Daniel Norton:

Actually born 20th December 1806 - he was a senior Partner in :Daniel Norton & Sons, Timber merchants of the City Road Basin" - and a very rich man - His mansion, situated in Northwood, Middlesex, near Ruislip, north London, now called Denville Hall and converted to a home for retired actors and actresses. It can be visited as part of the "Northwood History trail" . Then, Northwood hall stood in 96 acres acres of land. He also owned land and property, The Dell, Bonchurch, Isle of Wight and was one of the 710 largest landowners in Britian, owning over 5,000 acres of Kent, M'Sex, Hants'' and Herts''. There are some 24 pages to his will.

Daniel Norton and Louisa Maria Delves had the following children:

i. LOUISA7 NORTON was born on 16 Jul 1834. She married JOHN EDWARD DAWSON on 16 May 1863.

ii. GRACE NORTON was born on 07 May 1840. She died in died young.
Notes for Grace Norton:

Burkes 'The Landed Gentry' [p:1906] gives her date of birth as 24 July 1838 and says that she died unmarried.

15. iii. DANIEL NORTON was born on 19 Nov 1842 in Northwood Park, Middlesex.. He died on 25 Oct 1922. He married MARY ANN SIMSON on 05 Apr 1866. She died on 23 Jun 1920.

16. iv. JASON DELVES NORTON was born on 23 Jun 1844. He died on 08 Nov 1911. He married ANN SIMMONS LEVY on 23 Aug 1867.

v. WILLIAM NORTON was born on 26 Feb 1846. He died on 15 Mar 1877.
Died unmarried.

16. vi. THOMAS NORTON was born on 21 Feb 1848. He died on 30 Oct 1911. He married MARY AGNES FOX on 15 Oct 1874. She died on 07 Apr 1934.

17. vii. ARTHUR THOMAS NORTON was born on 10 Mar 1850. He died in Mar 1881. He married ANN ELIZABETH.

18. viii. VIOLET NORTON was born on 09 Dec 1852. She married WILLIAM STERICKER on 11 Feb 1875.

ix. HENRY SAMUEL NORTON was born on 07 May 1854. He married ALICE TROUGHTON.

19. x. FLORENCE NORTON was born on 27 Jun 1857 in Uxbridge. She died in 1932 in Wimbourne. She married (1) HENRY RONALD HISLOP DOUGLAS MACIVER on 27 Jun 1878 in London City District, son of Ronald MacIver and Anna Douglas. He was born in 1841 in at sea. He died in 1907 in New York, USA. She met (2) BENJAMIN CEASAR. She married (3) ROBERT BROADELY in Buckinghamshire, England. He died in 1912.

10. WILLIAM6 NORTON (William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born in 1808 in Middlesex, G.B.. He died on 13 Jun 1891 in Penzance, Cornwall, England. He married HARRIET GRACE GURNEY on 07 Jun 1842 in Hayes, Penzance, daughter of Thomas Gurney and Susannah Bushell. She was born in 1822 in Paddington, London, England. She died on 03 Oct 1862.

Notes for William Norton:

A junior partner in a timber firm, went to Penzance in 1844, where he was the owner of the Royal Baths. He went to N. Z. in 1875 with Algernon, Walter and Anne, his children. He returned to Penance in 1880. His will reads: " This is the last Will and Testament of me William Norton of Norton House, Penzance in the County of Cornwall of no occupation. I appoint my daughter Matilda Susan Norton of Norton House afore said and James Solomon Blanckensec of No 35 King Street Cheapside in the City of London Solicitor to be Executors and Trustees of this my Will. ~~ dated the 15th day of October 1891 Probate of this Will was granted to Matilda Susan Norton, Spinster, and James Solomon Blanckensec the Executors.
Notes for Harriet Grace Gurney:

Died at Child birth.

William Norton and Harriet Grace Gurney had the following children:

i. SUSAN MATILDA7 NORTON was born on 23 Feb 1844 in Uxbridge. She died in Mar 1930 in spinster.
Notes for Susan Matilda Norton:

Generation 6 (con't)

Matilda Susan NORTON b.Feb.23rd 1844, was the eldest child of WILLIAM and

GRACE and the only one to be born at Uxbridge. She remained at Penzance when her father and his two sons and Daughter [ALGERNON, WALTER & ANNE] went to N.Z. and was a baby when the family moved to Penzance. Matilda remained a spinster, and when she died in March 1930, aged 86, she had outlived all her siblings except Algernon and Walter in New Zealand, and then aged 75 and 73 She was good looking as a young woman, and wrote a fluent, practised handwriting in an 1888 Trade Directory, she is entered as a lodging house keeper, at Ross Villa, Morab Road, but by May, 1890, she was living at Norton House and caring for her aging father. When she died, Matilda left an estate of just under 1,000 pounds to a Mr. & Mrs. Nicholson.



20. ii. EMMA NORTON was born on 08 Nov 1845. She died on 24 Sep 1895 in East London, with husband. She married JOSEPH PERKINS in 1864. He was born about 1841 in Penzance, Cornwall, England. He died in 1889.

iii. MARY NORTON was born on 19 Jan 1848. She died on 23 Dec 1880 in spinster.
Notes for Mary Norton:

Mary Norton who died 23 December 1880 at Penzance, her Will was proved 28 March 1881 at Bodmin to William Norton of Penzance, Gentleman (her father) and next of kin. Personal estate under 50pd.

21. iv. ANNE NORTON was born on 24 Aug 1850 in 1850, Penzance. She died in 1908 in Te Awamutu. She married WILLIAM BEARSLEY on 13 Nov 1877, son of William Bearsley and Emma Abbotts. He was born on 15 Mar 1852 in Coventry, St. Michael, G.B..

He died on 10 Nov 1927.

v. WILLIAM NORTON was born on 02 May 1852. He died on 07 Feb 1856.

22. vi. ALGERNON NORTON was born on 27 Apr 1855 in England. He died on 25 May 1935 in St Josephs Home. Ponsonby, New Zealans.. He married AMELIA LOUISA AUGUSTA ADOLPH on 07 Jul 1883 in Waiuku, Franklin, Auckland, New Zealand, daughter of Wilhelm Gustav Adolph and Johanne Charlotte Meinz. She was born on 24 Aug 1859 in Prussia.

She died on 09 Jun 1946 in Auckland, Grey Lynn, age 86.

23. vii. WALTER NORTON was born on 28 Jan 1857 in Market plce, Penzance. He died on 06 Jan 1931 in Auckland. He married ELIZABETH ELLINOR PIGGOTT on 06 Jun 1889, daughter of James George Piggott and Catherine Ann Parker. She was born on 30 Mar 1872 in Bombay, Franklin, Auckland, New Zealand. She died on 22 Nov 1953.

viii. LAWRENCE NORTON was born on 05 Sep 1858. He died on 18 Sep 1858.

ix. EDITH FRANCIS NORTON was born on 04 Dec 1860. She died on 01 Oct 1896 in a Nun, in belgium.

11. EMMA GRACE6 NORTON (William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born about 1809. She married FRANCIS STOCKWELL on 21 Feb 1829 in Hillington.. He was born in 1804.

Francis Stockwell and Emma Grace Norton had the following child:

24. i. FRANCIS WILLIAM7 STOCKWELL was born in 1859 in Hillingdon Middlesex.

12. JASON WILSHIN6 NORTON (William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born about 1811. He married ? PLAISTOWE. She was born in Rickmanworth.

Jason Wilshin Norton and ? Plaistowe had the following child:

i. ?7 NORTON. She died in 1927.

13. WILLIAM HENRY6 STABLE (Anna Maria5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born about 1820 in Middlesex. He married ELLEN WINDEYER.

William Henry Stable and Ellen Windeyer had the following child:

25. i. CHARLES EDWARD7 STABLE.

Generation 7

14. DANIEL7 NORTON (Daniel6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 19 Nov 1842 in Northwood Park, Middlesex.. He died on 25 Oct 1922. He married MARY ANN SIMSON on 05 Apr 1866. She died on 23 Jun 1920.
Notes for Daniel Norton:

Was a Major of the 1st London R.Enginer's Volunteers.

Daniel Norton and Mary Ann Simson had the following children:

26. i. DANIEL SIMSON8 NORTON was born on 27 Aug 1868. He died on 22 Feb 1945. He married FLORENCE AMELIA DUNSTAN on 22 Sep 1904.

27. ii. JOHN HARTREE CECIL NORTON was born on 16 Nov 1880. He died on 15 Jul 1923. He married FLORENCE CLARICE IRVING-NOBLE on 15 Sep 1900.

28. iii. KATHLEEN NORTON. She married MATTHEW DENNEY on 09 Jan 1901. He was born in of Kent.. He died on 27 Mar 1912.

iv. LILIAN MAUDE NORTON.
Notes for Lilian Maude Norton:

Burkes shows an address, Briersden, Seldon Road, Worthing.

v. MILDRED NORTON. She died on 28 Jan 1944.

vi. GRACE NORTON. She died on 18 Feb 1947.

vii. EDITH LOUISA NORTON.
Notes for Edith Louisa Norton: An Anglican Nun. However Burkes shows an address, Briersden, Seldon Road, Worthing.

29. viii. GERTRUDE BLANCHE NORTON. She married MONTAGUE THOMAS HANCOCK BLAKE on

16 Mar 1904. He died on 11 Oct 1946.

15. JASON DELVES7 NORTON (Daniel6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on

23 Jun 1844. He died on 08 Nov 1911. He married ANN SIMMONS LEVY on 23 Aug 1867.

Jason Delves Norton and Ann Simmons Levy had the following child:

30. i. JASON DELVES8 NORTON was born on 09 Aug 1877. He married MABEL BEATRICE DOWESTT on 16 May 1902.

16. THOMAS7 NORTON (Daniel6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 21 Feb 1848. He died on 30 Oct 1911. He married MARY AGNES FOX on 15 Oct 1874. She died on 07 Apr 1934. Notes for Thomas Norton:

B.A. Rector of Wychling, Doddington, Kent .Burkes 'The Landed Gentry' [p:1906] gives his birth date as 21 January 1848. Notes for Mary Agnes Fox: Eldest Daughter.

Thomas Norton and Mary Agnes Fox had the following children:

i. NEVILLE GRANTLEY FOX8 NORTON was born on 04 Nov 1875.
Notes for Neville Grantley Fox Norton: Of Wychling Hall, Sittingbourne, Kent.

ii. ENID MAY NORTON was born on 02 Nov 1876.
Notes for Enid May Norton:

Of Wychling Hall, Sittingbourne, Kent.

iii. MURIEL FLORENCE NORTON was born on 31 Dec 1880.

17. ARTHUR THOMAS7 NORTON (Daniel6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on
10 Mar 1850. He died in Mar 1881. He married ANN ELIZABETH.
Notes for Arthur Thomas Norton:


Mentioned in his fathers will of 1888 as deceased and leaves money to this sons children - not child.
It appears he went to the Americas Ann Elizabeth descendants Charles David NORTON B:1877 South Carolina who married Mattie Brown [b:1889] and their son Robert Troy NORTON B:26 Jul 1920 D:29 Oct 1938 Married 29 Oct 1938 Bennettsville Marlbourgh Scouth, Carolina USA

Because Arthur Thomas Norton and Ann Elizabeth had the following child:

31. i. CHARLES DAVID8 NORTON was born in 1877 (South Caroliona). He married MATTIE BROWN. She was born in 1889.

18. VIOLET7 NORTON (Daniel6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 09 Dec 1852. She married WILLIAM STERICKER on 11 Feb 1875.
William Stericker and Violet Norton had the following child:

i. ?8 STERICKER.

FLORENCE7 NORTON (Daniel6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 27 Jun 1857 in Uxbridge. She died in 1932 in Wimbourne. She married (1) HENRY RONALD HISLOP DOUGLAS MACIVER on 27 Jun 1878 in London City District, son of Ronald MacIver and Anna Douglas. He was born in 1841 in at sea. He died in 1907 in New York, USA. She met (2) BENJAMIN CEASAR. She married (3) ROBERT BROADELY in Buckinghamshire, England. He died in 1912.
Notes for Florence Norton:
Mentioned in her fathers will - he reduced the interest she would receive [from the trusts Daniel set up for her three children by McIver] consequential to her becoming pregnant to another.
To serious researchers, therein lies a book of intrigue MacIver & Florences story is a book in itself There are several descendant lines that have details and records who may or may not co-operate ~
Henry Ronald Hislop Douglas MacIver and Florence Norton had the following children:

i. RONALD MICHAEL8 MACIVER was born in 1880. He died in 1917.
Notes for Ronald Michael MacIver:

Joined the Brit Army at 18 1897 - died serving 1917 - 20 years later, an acting corporal.

ii. MAGDALENE MACIVER was born in 1881.
Notes for Magdalene MacIver: Died a spinister.

32. iii. SYBIL NATALIE MACIVER was born on 13 Jun 1883 in Brading, Isle of Wight. She died in 1954 in Marlybone, London.. She married EDWARD JAMES GARNER on 22 Feb 1905 in Uxbridge, son of William Garner and Anne Elizabeth Stanely. He was born in 1876 in The Greenway, Middlesex. He died in 1939 in Bucks.

Benjamin Ceasar and Florence Norton had the following child:

i. MARGUERITE8 MACIVER was born in Feb 1887.
Notes for Marguerite MacIver:

No record of Marguerite, any where.

20. EMMA7 NORTON (William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 08 Nov 1845. She died on 24 Sep 1895 in East London, with husband. She married JOSEPH PERKINS in
1864. He was born about 1841 in Penzance, Cornwall, England. He died in 1889.
Notes for Joseph Perkins: from family of prominent Master builders, solicitors, surveyors etc.. Rich men before business failed, hence reasons for going to London.

Joseph Perkins and Emma Norton had the following children:

i. HARRIET GRACE8 PERKINS was born in 1865 in Penzance, Cornwall, England. She died on 17 Jul 1947 in Exeter.

33. ii. JOSEPH HERBERT PERKINS was born in 1866 in Penzance, Cornwall, England. He died in 1922 in East London, London, England. He married ELIZABETH MARY CROWTHER in 1894.

iii. WILLIAM HENRY PERKINS was born in 1867 in Penzance, Cornwall, England.

iv. ALGERNON BERNARD PERKINS was born in 1871. He died in aged ten months.

v. ETHEL MARIANNE PERKINS was born in 1873. She died in 1922 in Penzance, Cornwall, England.

21. ANNE7 NORTON (William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 24 Aug 1850 in 1850, Penzance. She died in 1908 in Te Awamutu. She married WILLIAM BEARSLEY on 13 Nov 1877, son of William Bearsley and Emma Abbotts. He was born on 15 Mar 1852 in Coventry, St. Michael, G.B.. He died on 10 Nov 1927.
Notes for Anne Norton:
Came out to her Father, and brothers [Algernon & Walter] in New Zealand in 1875.

William Bearsley and Anne Norton had the following children:

34. i. ALBERT8 BEARSLEY was born on 12 Aug 1878. He died in Aug 1960 in Palmerston North. He married MABEL VERRON in Jan 1903.

35. ii. WILLIAM WALTER BEARSLEY was born on 18 May 1880 in Te Awamutu. He died on

8 Apr 1953 in Papakura, Auckland, New Zealand. He married MAY RICHARDS on
28 Jul 1924. She was born on 06 Jul 1893 in 61Travis St., Burnley, England..

iii. WILLIAM WALTER was born on 18 May 1880 in Te Awamutu. He died in Papakura, Auckland, New Zealand.

36. iv. MATIDA EDITH BEARSLEY was born about 1881. She married SPENCER BARNES.

37. v. CHARLES BEARSLEY was born about 1882. He married IVY ROBERTSON.

38. vi. EMILY GABRIEL BEARSLEY was born about 1883. She married CHARLES PRATT.

39. vii. ALGERNON BERNARD BEARSLEY was born about 1884. He married BERTHA BARTLEY in Devonport Akld..

40. viii. EMILIE FLORENCE BEARSLEY was born about 1885. She married WILLIAM JARRETT in Whakatane, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.

41. ix. IVY BEATRICE BEARSLEY was born about 1886. She married ARTHUR KING in Whakatane, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.

22. ALGERNON7 NORTON (William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 27 Apr 1855 in England. He died on 25 May 1935 in St Josephs Home. Ponsonby.. He married AMELIA LOUISA AUGUSTA ADOLPH on 07 Jul 1883 in Waiuku, Franklin, Auckland, New Zealand, daughter of Wilhelm Gustav Adolph and Johanne Charlotte Meinz. She was born on 24 Aug 1859 in Prussia. She died on 09 Jun 1946 in Auckland, Grey Lynn, age 86.

Algernon died in testate - papers filed and action'd in the Northern Judicial District (Auckland Registry- referenced P.no.226/38) give the estate sole asset as a section on Waiheke Island..

Algernon Norton and Amelia Louisa Augusta Adolph had the following children:

42. i. HARRIET CHARLOTTE PAULINE8 NORTON was born on 14 Apr 1884 in Waiuku, Franklin, Auckland, New Zealand. She died in 1923. She married (1) THOMAS

LATHAM. She married (2) GEORGE BIRCHIL GRANT.

43. ii. GUSTAV WILLIAM NORTON was born on 10 Sep 1885 in Waiuku, Franklin, Auckland, New Zealand. He died on 13 Oct 1955 in Fairfield, Hamilton. He married SARAH ANN WALLIS on 25 Mar 1908 in Manaia, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand, daughter of Edward Wallis and Ellen Cairns. She was born on 15 Jul 1886 in Woodside, West Oxford, South Island. She died on 06 Oct 1976 in Teawamutu, Hamilton.

iii. ALGERNON WALTER NORTON was born on 08 Apr 1888 in Paparata, Papakura.. He died in 1890. Notes for Algernon Walter Norton:

According to J. W. Perkins, [letter of the 15th. Feb 1973] this Algernon was a cripple.

44. iv. EDITH ANN NORTON was born on 06 Apr 1891 in TeAwamutu. She died on 23 Jan 1969 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. She married CHARLES OGLE on 28 Aug 1912 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand, son of George Ogle and Ann Musgrave. He was born on 22 Jul 1887 in Hawera, NZ. He died on 26 Jan 1969 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand.

45. v. FREDERICK JASON NORTON was born on 11 Nov 1893 in TeAwamutu. He died in 1954. He married DOROTHY SNOWDON on 19 Dec 1923 in St Lukes Church TeKuiti, daughter of Thomas Snowdon and Elsie Baxter. She was born on 12 Sep 1903 in Eltham. She died on 19 Apr 1984.

46. vi. EDWIN ALWVEN BERNARD NORTON was born on 26 Jun 1896 in Waihi, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He died on 14 Feb 1984 in Paraparaumu Beach, Kapiti Coast, Wellington, New Zealand. He married (1) CATHERINE JESSIE CLEGG in 1924. She died in 1941. He married (2) MARGARET BLYTH DOUGLAS on 08 Jul 1942 in Onehunga. She died about Mar 2005.

47. vii. EMILIE SARAH NORTON was born on 19 Nov 1899 in Waihi, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. She died on 10 Nov 1984 in Grey Lynn, Auckland.. She married (1) ARTHUR WILLIAM MABER on 01 Jul 1918. He was born on 28 Sep 1894 in Elthan, Taranaki. He died in 1944. She married (2) ERIC DRUMM after 1945.

23. WALTER7 NORTON (William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 28 Jan 1857 in Market plce, Penzance. He died on 06 Jan 1931 in Auckland. He married ELIZABETH ELLINOR PIGGOTT on 06 Jun 1889, daughter of James George Piggott and Catherine Ann Parker. She was born on 30 Mar 1872 in Bombay, Franklin, Auckland, New Zealand. She died on 22 Nov 1953.

Walter Norton and Elizabeth Ellinor Piggott had the following children:

48. i. WALTER JAMES8 NORTON was born on 29 Oct 1890. He died in Jun 1962 in Wakumete Cemetry, Glen Eden.. He married AMY MORGAN in Jan 1926, daughter of Ernst Morgan and Lydia Nicholas. She died in Sep 1985 in Huapai Cemetry, Kumeu..

ii. ELLINOR GRACE NORTON was born on 26 Dec 1891. She died in 1981.
Notes for Ellinor Grace Norton:

Was a St. Josephs Nun, Sister Wilfred. The order chose the Saints Name for its Novices up until 1960.

49. iii. MATILDA SUSAN NORTON was born on 03 Mar 1892. She died in 1968 in Buried Helensville Cemetry. She married GEORGE VUJCICH in 1923 in Waimaukau.

50. iv. MARY EDITH NORTON was born on 05 May 1894. She died on 12 Aug 1976 in died Papakura, Buried Helensville Cemetry. She married (1) ARCHIBALD BARTHOLOMEW ROBERTSON on 27 Nov 1922. He was born in 1871. He died on 24 Jun 1965 in Mater Hospital Auckland. She married (2) HAROLD COOKE.

v. CATHERINE ROSA NORTON was born on 17 Dec 1898. She died in 1899.

vi. IMELDA MARGARET NORTON was born on 17 Mar 1901. She died in 1979. She married ERNEST MORGAN.

vii. WILLIAM ERNEST FRANCIS PATRICK NORTON was born on 25 Jun 1903. He died on 20 Jan 1933.
Notes for William Ernest Francis Patrick Norton:

Drowned during a rescue attempt on Bethels Beach, Auckland, 20 January 1933. He was always called 'Patrick" in family letters.

viii. JOHN JOSEPH LEE NORTON was born on 18 Jul 1904. He died in 1905.

51. ix. WINIFRED IDA NORTON was born on 27 Dec 1905. She died in 1990. She married

JOHN O'NEIL.

x. VERONICA VICTORIA NORTON was born on 21 Apr 1907. She died in 1908.

xi. LAWRENCE EDMUND GABRIEL NORTON was born on 19 Apr 1910. He died in 1913.

52. xii. WILFRED VICTOR RAYMOND NORTON was born on 08 Aug 1912. He married ETHEL CATHERINE KILVENTON WORSFOLD on 25 Oct 1940. She was born on 23 Aug 1914.

24. FRANCIS WILLIAM7 STOCKWELL (Emma Grace6 Norton, William5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born in 1859 in Hillingdon Middlesex.

Francis William Stockwell had the following child:

53. i. FRANCIS ABBOTT8 STOCKWELL was born in 1885 in Middlesex.

25. CHARLES EDWARD7 STABLE (William Henry6, Anna Maria5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?).

Charles Edward Stable had the following child:

54. i. JESSE8 STABLE.

Generation 8

26. DANIEL SIMSON8 NORTON (Daniel7, Daniel6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 27 Aug 1868. He died on 22 Feb 1945. He married FLORENCE AMELIA DUNSTAN on 22 Sep 1904.

Notes for Daniel Simson Norton:

Educated in King's College, London he is listed as 'Of Tresco, Mystic Park,Victoria, Australia., fruit
farmer in England, California and Australia, served with Australian Forces in World War I.
Notes for Florence Amelia Dunstan: Listed as of 'The Yeld, Portsmouth Road, Thames Ditton Surrey.

Daniel Simson Norton and Florence Amelia Dunstan had the following children:

i. DANIEL9 NORTON.
Notes for Daniel Norton:

Residence, Yankee Town, Carnarvon, West Australia.

ii. FLORENCE MARGARET NORTON was born on 12 Jun 1907. She died on 29 Jan 1931.

iii. LILLIAN NANCY NORTON was born on 10 May 1911.
Notes for Lillian Nancy Norton:

Listed as of 'The Yeld, Portsmouth Road, Thames Ditton'.

iv. HENRY GRANTLEY NORTON was born on 21 Jun 1912. He died on 28 Jun 1937.

27. JOHN HARTREE CECIL8 NORTON (Daniel7, Daniel6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 16 Nov 1880. He died on 15 Jul 1923. He married FLORENCECLARICE IRVING-NOBLE on
15 Sep 1900.
Notes for John Hartree Cecil Norton:

Royal Army Service Corps. Service.
Notes for FlorenceClarice Irving-Noble:

Of 75 Quarry Hill, Tonbridge, Kent.

John Hartree Cecil Norton and FlorenceClarice Irving-Noble had the following children:

i. JOHN NEVILLE ARMSTRONG9 NORTON was born on 14 Feb 1911.
Notes for John Neville Armstrong Norton:

John served with the Royal Air force in World War II and his address was 75 Quarry Hill, Tonbridge, Kent.. He was educated at Tonbridge School.

ii. CECIL CLARENCE NORTON was born on 16 Jun 1913.
Notes for Cecil Clarence Norton:

Cecil was educated at Eastbourne College, and served with the Q.O. Royal West Kent. Regt. and R.A.C. in World War II.

iii. PETER ERNEST FAULKENER NORTON was born on 25 Jun 1915. He married PAULINE TOLHURST on 11 Jun 1949.
Notes for Peter Ernest Faulkener Norton:

Peter was educated at Christ's Hosp. and served in the Merchant Navy 1932-1944, and is listed as living at 172 Hadlow Road, Tonbridge, Kent.

iv. GERALD WILLIAM TRISTRAM NORTON was born on 08 Dec 1916.
Notes for Gerald William Tristram Norton:

Gerald was educated at Christ's Hosp, and served with Q.O. Royal West Regt. and R.A.C. in World War II.

28. KATHLEEN8 NORTON (Daniel7, Daniel6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?). She married MATTHEW DENNEY on 09 Jan 1901. He was born in of Kent.. He died on 27 Mar 1912.

Notes for Kathleen Norton:

Of 14 St. George's Avenue, Wymouth, Dorset,

Matthew Denney and Kathleen Norton had the following children:

i. ?9 DENNEY.

ii. ? DENNEY.

iii. ? DENNEY.

29. GERTRUDE BLANCHE8 NORTON (Daniel7, Daniel6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?). She married MONTAGUE THOMAS HANCOCK BLAKE on 16 Mar 1904. He died on 11 Oct 1946.

Montague Thomas Hancock Blake and Gertrude Blanche Norton had the following children:

i. ?9 BLAKE.

ii. ? BLAKE.

30. JASON DELVES8 NORTON (Jason Delves7, Daniel6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 09 Aug 1877. He married MABEL BEATRICE DOWESTT on 16 May 1902.

Notes for Jason Delves Norton: Was a Major of the 'Buffs', and served in World War I with the Army Service Corps. Burkes 'The Landed Gentry' [p:1906] shows his birth date as 9th August 1877, Educated at Harrow and address as 6 Winchester Gardens, Winchester Road, Bromley, Kent. and his membership of the Royal Automobile Association.

Jason Delves Norton and Mabel Beatrice Dowestt had the following children:

55. i. DULCIE DELVES9 NORTON. She married WILLIAM LAWRENCE HATCH on 24 Sep 1932.

56. ii. LOUISA MARIA DELVES NORTON. She married CONRAD EARNEST NOYES on 06 Oct 1896. He died on 23 Dec 1931.

31. CHARLES DAVID8 NORTON (Arthur Thomas7, Daniel6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born in 1877 (South Caroliona). He married MATTIE BROWN. She was born in 1889.

Charles David Norton and Mattie Brown had the following child:

i. ROBERT TROY9 NORTON was born on 26 Jul 1920. He died in Nov 1944. He married on 29 Oct 1938 in Bennettsville, Marlbourgh, South Carolina, USA.

32. SYBIL NATALIE8 MACIVER (Florence7 Norton, Daniel6 Norton, William5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born on 13 Jun 1883 in Brading, Isle of Wight. She died in 1954 in Marlybone, London.. She married EDWARD JAMES GARNER on 22 Feb 1905 in Uxbridge, son of William Garner and Anne Elizabeth Stanely. He was born in 1876 in The Greenway, Middlesex. He died in 1939 in Bucks.
Notes for Edward James Garner: Solicitor from Uxbridge.

Edward James Garner and Sybil Natalie MacIver had the following children:

57. i. BETTY MAY NATHALIE9 GARNER was born on 12 Jun 1909. She died in Sep 1985. She married ARTHUR PATRICK BANSALL ALLAN in Sep 1939 in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire. He was born on 20 Nov 1907. He died on 05 Mar 1990.

58. ii. EDWARD RONALD GARNER was born on 04 Jan 1906 in Uxbridge, Middlesex, England. He died on 28 Oct 1964 in Kwambonambi. Natal, South Africa.. He married LESLEY HODGKINS on 15 Aug 1931 in All Saints Church, Lucknow, Utta Pradesh, India. She was born on 01 Feb 1909 in Rayleigh, Essex, England. She died on 16 Jul 1989 in Perth, Western Australia..

33. JOSEPH HERBERT8 PERKINS (Emma7 Norton, William6 Norton, William5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born in 1866 in Penzance, Cornwall, England. He died in 1922 in East London, London, England. He married ELIZABETH MARY
CROWTHER in 1894.
Notes for Joseph Herbert Perkins:

Recommend for the Victorian Cross in 1894 and credited by the press of the time as receiving the same. Actually awarded conspicuous gallantry medal and presented with same by Queen Victoria in 1895. Also received a further medal foe bravery and a diploma by the press for the "bravest

Generation 8 (con't) deed of the year" buried with full naval Honour.

Joseph Herbert Perkins and Elizabeth Mary Crowther had the following children:

59. i. MAY ETHEL GRACE9 PERKINS was born in 1895. She married FREDERICK GEORGE BOULT in 1922. He died in 1968 in Exeter.

60. ii. JOSEPH WILLIAM PERKINS was born in 1897 in London, England. He married DORIS MARY HIGGS in 1926. She was born in 1902.

iii. HERBERT JOHN PERKINS was born in 1900. He died in die in infancy.

61. iv. WINTHORP BERNARD PERKINS was born in 1902. He married MARIE TEALE.

62. v. ALGERNON WALTER PERKINS was born in 1904. He married LILLIAN KNOWLSON in 1926.

vi. GEORGE ALBERT PERKINS was born in 1908. He died in die in infancy.

63. vii. EDITH MARY MONICA PERKINS was born in 1911. She married JAMES WOOD.

viii. RICHARD HENRY PERKINS was born in 1912. He married FLORENCE MILLER in Jul 1939.

34. ALBERT8 BEARSLEY (Anne7 Norton, William6 Norton, William5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born on 12 Aug 1878. He died in Aug 1960 in Palmerston North. He married MABEL VERRON in Jan 1903.

Albert Bearsley and Mabel Verron had the following children:

i. ALBERT9 BEARSLEY.

ii. OLIVE BEARSLEY.

iii. WINIFRED BEARSLEY.

iv. VYRIL BEARSLEY.

v. LIONEL BEARSLEY.

vi. CONNIE BEARSLEY.

35. WILLIAM WALTER8 BEARSLEY (Anne7 Norton, William6 Norton, William5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born on 18 May 1880 in Te Awamutu. He died on 08 Apr 1953 in Papakura, Auckland, New Zealand. He married MAY RICHARDS on 28 Jul 1924. She was born on 06 Jul 1893 in 61Travis St., Burnley, England..

William Walter Bearsley and May Richards had the following child:

64. i. DIANA MAE9 BEARSLEY was born 1931

36. MATIDA EDITH8 BEARSLEY (Anne7 Norton, William6 Norton, William5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born about 1881. She married SPENCER BARNES.

Spencer Barnes and Matida Edith Bearsley had the following child:

i. BERNIE9 BARNES.

37. CHARLES8 BEARSLEY (Anne7 Norton, William6 Norton, William5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born about 1882. He married IVY ROBERTSON.

Charles Bearsley and Ivy Robertson had the following child:

i. GWENETH9 BEARSLEY. She married RALPH WHITE.

38. EMILY GABRIEL8 BEARSLEY (Anne7 Norton, William6 Norton, William5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton,

Generation 8 (con't)

Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born about 1883. She married CHARLES
PRATT.

Charles Pratt and Emily Gabriel Bearsley had the following children:

i. STAN9 PRATT.

ii. MOIRA PRATT.

iii. DES PRATT.

39. ALGERNON BERNARD8 BEARSLEY (Anne7 Norton, William6 Norton, William5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born about 1884. He married BERTHA BARTLEY in Devonport Akld..

Algernon Bernard Bearsley and Bertha Bartley had the following children:

i. RON9 BEARSLEY.

ii. LOIS BEARSLEY. She married ? LITTLE.

40. EMILIE FLORENCE8 BEARSLEY (Anne7 Norton, William6 Norton, William5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born about 1885. She married WILLIAM JARRETT in Whakatane, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.

William Jarrett and Emilie Florence Bearsley had the following children:

i. CHARLES9 JARRETT.

ii. NADA JARRETT. She married RON LEES.

iii. MATATA JARRETT.

iv. KEN JARRETT.

41. IVY BEATRICE8 BEARSLEY (Anne7 Norton, William6 Norton, William5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born about 1886. She married ARTHUR KING in Whakatane, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.

Arthur King and Ivy Beatrice Bearsley had the following child:

i. JOHN9 KING.

42. HARRIET CHARLOTTE PAULINE8 NORTON (Algernon7, William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 14 Apr 1884 in Waiuku, Franklin, Auckland, New Zealand. She died in 1923. She married (1) THOMAS LATHAM. She married (2) GEORGE BIRCHIL GRANT.
Notes for Harriet Charlotte Pauline Norton: Harriet was the Christian name of the wife of William Norton of Uxbridge, MIDDLESEX, and finally Penzance, Cornwall where the family of Harriet Grace GURNEY lived.

Thomas Latham and Harriet Charlotte Pauline Norton had the following child:

i. GEORGE9 GRANT.

George Birchil Grant and Harriet Charlotte Pauline Norton had the following child:

i. GEORGE9 GRANT was born about 1908. He married RUBY ?.

43. GUSTAV WILLIAM8 NORTON (Algernon7, William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 10 Sep 1885 in Waiuku, Franklin, Auckland, New Zealand. He died on 13 Oct 1955 in Fairfield, Hamilton. He married SARAH ANN WALLIS on 25 Mar 1908 in Manaia, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand, daughter of Edward Wallis and Ellen Cairns. She was born on 15 Jul 1886 in Woodside, West Oxford, South Island. She died on 06 Oct 1976 in Teawamutu, Hamilton.

Gustav William Norton and Sarah Ann Wallis had the following children:

65. i. LILLIAN EDITH EMILY9 NORTON was born on 26 Jan 1909. She died on 15 Aug 1977. She married ALEXANDER SILVESTER PERCY. He was born on 14 Oct 1897. He died on 20 Jan 1974.

66. ii. WILLIAM CLAUDE NORTON was born on 23 Oct 1910 in Manaia. He died on 08 Aug 1981 in thames. He married MARY OSBORNE TREMBATH on 02 Apr 1934 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand, daughter of Albert Victor Trembath and Jane Mahaffy Lowry. She was born 1912 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand.

67. iii. EDWIN ROY NORTON was born on 29 Apr 1912. He died on 30 Mar 2007 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He married MADGE PRISCILLA SMEATH 1942 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand.

68. iv. GUSTAV FREDRICH NORTON was born on 09 Jul 1916. He married JEAN FRANCIS. She died on 26 Feb 1998.

69. v. RONALD WALLIS NORTON was born on 25 Jul 1919 in Taupiri, Waikato, Waikato, New Zealand. He died on 13 Jul 2003 in Hamilton. He married CATHERINE GARTH MAISEY on 18 Apr 1960 in Hamilton, daughter of Fredrick James Maisey and Julia McNahon. She was born on 19 Sep 1927 in Hamilton. She died on 25 Aug 2007 in Hamilton.
70. vi. DAVID BERNARD NORTON was born on 04 Aug 1922. He died on 09 Dec 1989 in Hamilton, home. He married (1) NGAIRE ANNE DOBSON. She was born on 18 Feb 1934. He married (2) PATRICIA LAURA BRETT. She was born on 18 Apr 1924.

71. vii. FRANCIS TREVOR NORTON was born 1925. He married MARIE PEARL CAREY.


72. viii. GWENDA NORTON was born on 30 Jul 1928 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. She married (1) GORDON RICHARDS. He was born on 28 Oct 1926. She married (2) BILL JIMPSON.

44. EDITH ANN1 NORTON (Algernon7, William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 06 Apr 1891 in TeAwamutu. She died on 23 Jan 1969 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. She married CHARLES OGLE on 28 Aug 1912 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand, son of George Ogle and Ann Musgrave. He was born on 22 Jul 1887 in Hawera, NZ. He died on 26 Jan 1969 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand.

Charles Ogle and Edith Ann Norton had the following children:

73. i. MAY EDITH2 OGLE was born on 13 Nov 1913 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. She died on 09 Nov 1997 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. She married ERIC GIFFORD GANE on 08 Oct 1947 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. He died on 01 Apr 2007 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand.

74. ii. GORDON CHARLES OGLE was born on 24 Dec 1914 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. He died on 16 Apr 2002 in Tauranga. He married MONA IRVING on 12 Jun 1946 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. She died on 03 Apr 1985 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand.

75. iii. ELSIE LILIAN OGLE was born on 13 Aug 1916 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. She died in Aug 2006 in fielding. She married WILLIAM MICHAEL FITZHERBERT on 29 Mar 1947. He died on 18 Feb 1994 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand.

76. iv. GEORGE OGLE was born in 1918 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. He died in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. He married AUDREY BARKLA. She was born in 1921.

77. v. WALTER FREDERICK OGLE was born in 1920 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. He died on 01 Feb 2010. He married BETTY NICHOLAS.

78. vi. JOHN OGLE was born on 17 Sep 1923 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. He married PAMELA EILEEN on 27 Jun 1953 in Levin.

79. vii. LEONARD WILLIAM OGLE was born in 1926 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. He married ANN FRANCES CLEMENTS.

80. viii. BETTY MAVIS OGLE was born on 12 Jul 1929 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. She married WILLIAM GRAHAM JACKS on 10 Apr 1954 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. He died on 16 Jul 1998.

81. ix. JAMES ROBERT NORTON OGLE was born on 22 Apr 1931 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. He married AUDREY CATHERINE DEW on 17 Sep 1960 in Eltham.

82. x. MARGARET RUTH OGLE was born in 1933 in Hawera, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. She married DOUGLAS MEREDETH EDGAR. He died on 26 Nov 2002.

45. FREDERICK JASON8 NORTON (Algernon7, William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 11 Nov 1893 in TeAwamutu. He died in 1954. He married DOROTHY SNOWDON on 19 Dec 1923 in St Lukes Church TeKuiti, daughter of Thomas Snowdon and Elsie Baxter. She was born on 12 Sep 1903 in Eltham. She died on 19 Apr 1984.
Notes for Frederick Jason Norton: According to J.W.P. the name Jason comes from the English NORTONS and WILSHINS.

Frederick Jason Norton and Dorothy Snowdon had the following children:

83. i. FREDERICK9 NORTON was born on 10 Sep 1924. He died on 14 Apr 1984. He married COLLEN KEESING on 18 Dec 1948 in St. Columbia Church, Grey Lynn.

84. ii. EDWIN JASON NORTON was born on 26 Feb 1926. He died in Mar 1993. He married ELEANOR JEAN MELSOM in 1949 in Tauranga.

85. iii. DONALD NORTON was born on 26 Oct 1932. He died in Aug 1986 in St. Josephs Hospice.. He married RITA ODDY 1949.

86. iv. ELSIE NORTON was born 1938. She married NOEL DESMOND BROWN 1958 in St. He was born on 27 Dec 1935. He died on 17 Feb 1998.

87. v. GARY NORTON was born 1940. He married JEAN LUNDY about 1960 in Sydney. S

46. EDWIN ALWVEN BERNARD8 NORTON (Algernon7, William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 26 Jun 1896 in Waihi, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He died on 14 Feb 1984 in Paraparaumu Beach, Kapiti Coast, Wellington, New Zealand. He married (1)

CATHERINE JESSIE CLEGG in 1924. She died in 1941. He married (2) MARGARET BLYTH DOUGLAS on
8 Jul 1942 in Onehunga. She died about Mar 2005.


Edwin Alwven Bernard Norton and Margaret Blyth Douglas had the following child:

88. i. DOUGLAS ROSS9 NORTON was born 1945 in Auckland, NZ.. He died 2011 . He married (1) SUSAN MARY ADAMS in 1967 in Wellington. He married (2) ROMA ELL on 23 Mar 1989 in Featherston.

47. EMILIE SARAH8 NORTON (Algernon7, William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 19 Nov 1899 in Waihi, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. She died on 10 Nov 1984 in Grey Lynn, Auckland.. She married (1) ARTHUR WILLIAM MABER on 01 Jul 1918. He was born on
28 Sep 1894 in Elthan, Taranaki. He died in 1944. She married (2) ERIC DRUMM after 1945.

Arthur William Maber and Emilie Sarah Norton had the following children:

90. i. BERNICE FAY9 MABER was born 1922. She died 2005. She married (1) JAMES HENRY KEITH MCDONALD 1940. She married (2) FREDERICK CHARLES LARSEN in 1956. She married (3) HALSEY CHARLES POOL in 1968.

ii. ERNEST MABER was born on 13 Feb 1919. He died on 16 Jan 1949.

Killed in a racing car crash in western springs Auckland about 1949

91. iii. FREDERICK EDWIN WILLIAM MABER was born on 16 Jul 1920. He died on 03 Mar 2001 in Warrengate Private Hospital, Mount Albert. He married VALERIE ELIZABETH WINIFRED FOUCH on 12 Aug 1950.

48. WALTER JAMES8 NORTON (Walter7, William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 29 Oct 1890. He died in Jun 1962 in Wakumete Cemetry, Glen Eden.. He married AMY MORGAN in Jan 1926, daughter of Ernst Morgan and Lydia Nicholas. She died in Sep 1985 in Huapai Cemetry, Kumeu..


Walter James Norton and Amy Morgan had the following children:

92. i. OLIVE9 NORTON. She married SELWYN CHAPMAN in 1949.

93. ii. DESNA CYNTHIA NORTON. She married ROBERT JOHN LAMB in 1958.

94. iii. ALTHEA ELAINE NORTON. She married SIMON VANDAM in 1954.

iv. HEREWARD WILLIAM NORTON.

v. LYDIA ELLINOR NORTON. She died about Mar 2002.

vi. ALEXANDER DAVID NORTON.


vii. LIONEL JAMES NORTON.


95. viii. YVONNE KATHLEEN NORTON. She married LOUI PALFFY in 1963. He died about 2001.

49. MATILDA SUSAN8 NORTON (Walter7, William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 03 Mar 1892. She died in 1968 in Buried Helensville Cemetry. She married GEORGE VUJCICH in 1923 in Waimaukau.

George Vujcich and Matilda Susan Norton had the following children:

96. i. PATRICK9 VUJCICH was born in 1923. He married MARGARET GRAHAM.

97. ii. JOHN VUJCICH was born 1925. He married BARBARA ELIZABETH LINGARD.

50. MARY EDITH8 NORTON (Walter7, William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 05 May 1894. She died on 12 Aug 1976 in died Papakura, Buried Helensville Cemetry. She married (1) ARCHIBALD BARTHOLOMEW ROBERTSON on 27 Nov 1922. He was born in 1871. He
died on 24 Jun 1965 in Mater Hospital Auckland. She married (2) HAROLD COOKE.

Archibald Bartholomew Robertson and Mary Edith Norton had the following children:

98. i. MARY ELLINOR HYACINTH9 ROBERTSON was born on 1924 in Onehunga. She married CHARLES ALFRED SIMS 1946 in Friendly Road, Auckland.. He was born on 1923. He died in 2007.

99. ii. MARIE THERESA ROBERTSON was born 1925. She married HENRY ROBERT HOOD 1948.

100. iii. VERONICA JOAN ROBERTSON was born 1925. She married (1) KEITH

DAVIES 1975. She married (2) LES KARL 1947.

101. iv. RICHARD WILLIAM ROBERTSON was born 1927. He married JOYCE

MULLINS.

102. v. GRACE IMELDA ROBERTSON was born 1929 in St. Helens Bay, Auckland.. She married MARK GIBBONS 1951.

103. vi. PATRICK JOSEPH WALTER ROBERTSON was born on 1931. He married

THELMA JOY WEBSTER in 1954.

104. vii. MARGARET IDA PATRICIA ROBERTSON was born 1933. She married FREDERICK RICE MITCHELL in 1949

viii. ANDREW BRUCE ROBERTSON was born on 1934.

105. ix. PETER JAMES ROBERTSON was born 1937. He married DAWN MARY BYCROFT on 1961 i


Harold Cooke and Mary Edith Norton had the following child:

i. WILFRED HAROLD9 COOKE was born on 29 Jul 1919 in Wamauku. He died on 24 Jun 1944 in Catholic Cemetry, Sox, France..
Wilfred was Mary Edith Nortons's first child, he was born at Waimauku and was educated at Waimauku Primary School and Massey University. He spent his school holidays with his Grand Ma Norton. He left New Zealand for Canada [flight crew training was done there for many commonwealth Air crew] in May 1942, after gaining his wings he was posted to a Royal Air Force bomber Command base in England. He was shot down over France and is buried between Calais and Dunkirk. Harold was a Pilot in Bomber Command, British Isles in the second World War. His bomber plane was shot down over Europe in the final months of the war in that theatre, he was the only crew member not to escape, before it crashed in flames.

51. WINIFRED IDA8 NORTON (Walter7, William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 27 Dec 1905. She died in 1990. She married JOHN O'NEIL.

John O'Neil and Winifred Ida Norton had the following children:

106. i. PATRICK JOSEPH9 O'NEIL. He married ?.

ii. RAYMOND.

iii. ANGELA O'NEIL. She married ? SMITH.

iv. ELLINOR ISABEL GABRIELLE O'NEIL. She married ? PATTERSON.

52. WILFRED VICTOR RAYMOND8 NORTON (Walter7, William6, William5, Daniel4, Nicholas3, Daniel2, Daniel1, A?) was born on 08 Aug 1912. He married ETHEL CATHERINE KILVENTON WORSFOLD on 25 Oct 1940. She was born 1914.

Wilfred Victor Raymond Norton and Ethel Catherine Kilventon Worsfold had the following children:

i. ELLINOR9 NORTON was born in 1941. She died in 1941.

ii. LORRAINE ELIZABETH NORTON was born 1942. She married PETER LINDSAY UPHAM on 1964. He was born on 1941.

107. iii. CHRISTOPHER WILFRED NORTON was born on 1943. He married CELIA NATALIE SKELTON on 1969.

108. iv. LEO ALEXANDER NORTON was born on 1946. He married GAIL LYNETTE ROBERTS on 1967.

v. DIANNE CATHRINE NORTON was born on 1947. She married (1) TONY GRANICH on 1967. She married (2) DONALD STUART DAWSON on 1982. He was born on 1945.

53. FRANCIS ABBOTT8 STOCKWELL (Francis William7, Emma Grace6 Norton, William5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?) was born in 1885 in Middlesex.
Notes for Francis Abbott Stockwell:

Emigrated to Canada and bought the Island of Anticisti - was in Canada in 1911 census, returned to England and married great grandmother of [this correspondent] Joanne Stockwell.

Francis Abbott Stockwell had the following child:

i. FRANCIS WILLIAM9 STOCKWELL was born in 1912 in Essex.

54. JESSE8 STABLE (Charles Edward7, William Henry6, Anna Maria5 Norton, Daniel4 Norton, Nicholas3 Norton, Daniel2 Norton, Daniel1 Norton, A?).

Jesse Stable had the following child:

i. GLADYS9 STABLE.

Notes for Gladys Stable: Contact with HWNN in February 2006

There is another Four Generations of New Zealand NORTONS all descendants from Daniel and Dorothy of 1655 - available to such of application.


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The KNEEBONES IN NEW ZEALAND

Descendants of KNEEBONE, Joseph

Generation 1

1. KNEEBONE, JOSEPH1 was born in 1801 in Creed, Cornwall.. He died in 1868 in Grampound aged 66.. He married HOCKING, PHILLIPA. She died in 1863.
Born at Creed, Cornwall See the "DESCENDANTS OF THE KNEEBONE BROTHERS - MINERS FROM CORNWALL"Pub: Evagean Publishing - Auckland - 1998.

KNEEBONE, Joseph and HOCKING, Phillipa had the following children:

i. KNEEBONE, MARY ANNA2 was born on 27 Apr 1825. She died in Cornwall, England.


2. ii. KNEEBONE, WILLIAM HENRY was born in 1827 in Creed Cornwall - bap. 25/12/1827. He died on 16 Feb 1908 in Coromandel, New Zealand. He married POPE, JANE in 1851. She was born in 1821 in Lostwithiel Cornwall. She died on 24 Jan 1905 in Coromandel, New Zealand.

iii. KNEEBONE, JOHN was born on 30 Jan 1829 in Grampound, Cornwall, England. He died on 27 Oct 1893 in Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia. He married MOYLE, LAVINIA on 10 Apr 1873, daughter of MOYLE, William and GOLDSWORTHY, Elizabeth D. She was born on 01 Jan 1850 in Auckland. She died in Tararu Thames.


iv. KNEEBONE, SUSAN was born on 12 May 1831 in Grampound, Cornwall, England. She died in 1854 in USA.
Susan: emigrated to the United States of America with brother Josiah in 1854, died there shortly after. See the "DESCENDANTS OF THE KNEEBONE BROTHERS - MINERS FROM CORNWALL"Pub: Evagean Publishing - Auckland - 1998.

v. KNEEBONE, JOSIAH was born on 12 Jan 1834 in Grampound, Cornwall, England. He married ROWE, NANNIE N on 16 Apr 1861 in White Oak, Montgomery, Maryland, USA, daughter of ROWE, Thomas and BAWDEN, Amelia. She was born on 26 Jan 1840 in Cambourne Cornwall. She died on Unknown date.
Josiah began working in the copper mines of St. Blazey at age 8. In July 1854 he sailed from Liverpool aboard "Star of the West" arriving in New York seven weeks later. He worked the mines of council Hill [Jo Davies Co] in the winter and worked on a farm during the summer. In 1864 he bought a farm of 104 acres at Scales Mound, then, in 1872, sold it and bought another. In addition to General farming, he bred cattle and horses.

refer to: 'Portrait & Biographical Album of Jo Davies County" published by Chapman Bros. in 1889

Generation 1 (con't)


3. vi. KNEEBONE, THOMAS was born on 13 Mar 1836 in Creed Cornwall -. He died on 14 Mar 1902 in Cambridge - bd @ Purewa - NZ. He married COUCH, REBECCA on 01 Jan 1857, daughter of COUCH, Richard and ELIZABETH, Plummer. She was born on 05 Jun 1836 in Creed Cornwall -. She died on 16 Nov 1899 in melbourne.

vii. KNEEBONE, CALEB was born on 12 Feb 1838 in Creed Cornwall -. He died on 08 Feb 1907 in Eltham, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand. He married TRUSCOTT, HANNAH in Jun 1860 in St. Austell, Cornwall. She was born in 1836 in Cornwall, England. She died on 11 Apr 1926 in Eltham, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand.
See the "DESCENDANTS OF THE KNEEBONE BROTHERS - MINERS FROM CORNWALL"Pub: Evagean Publishing - Auckland - 1998.

viii. KNEEBONE, FRANCIS was born on 28 Dec 1842 in Creed Cornwall -. He died on 19 Nov 1887 in Coromandel, New Zealand. He married MCILVENEY, JANE in 1879. She was born in 1851 in Glenason Ireland. She died on 12 Nov 1942 in Waikaraka Ave. Mount Eden.
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Generation 2

2. KNEEBONE, WILLIAM HENRY2 (KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in 1827 in Creed Cornwall - bap. 25/12/1827. He died on 16 Feb 1908 in Coromandel, New Zealand. He married POPE, JANE in 1851. She was born in 1821 in Lostwithiel Cornwall. She died on 24 Jan 1905 in Coromandel, New Zealand.

KNEEBONE, William Henry and POPE, Jane had the following children:

i. KNEEBONE, THOMAS3 was born in 1851 in st blazey cornwall. He died on 27 Mar 1920 in glenmore Auckland. He married STEPHENSON, ELIZABETH ANN. She was born on 20 Jan 1934. She died on 22 Mar 1934.

Notes for KNEEBONE, Thomas:

See the "DESCENDANTS OF THE KNEEBONE BROTHERS - MINERS FROM CORNWALL"Pub: Evagean Publishing - Auckland - 1998.

ii. KNEEBONE, JOSEPH was born in 1852 in Cornwall, England. He died on 29 Jan 1910 in Coromandel, New Zealand. He married ROUNTREE, MARY ANN on 01 Feb 1875 in thames. She was born in 1853 in Armagh, Northern Ireland. She died on 26 Nov 1907 in Coromandel, New Zealand.
KNEEBONE, JOHN was born in 1854 in st blazey cornwall. He died on 29 Mar 1887 in Tararu Thames.Contracted and died of TB at age 33 at Tararu - He did not marry.

iv. KNEEBONE, MARY JANE was born on 31 Jan 1858 in Luxulyan. She died on 27 Feb 1929.

Mary arrived in NZ in 1865 aboard the 'Louisa' - married twice.


v. KNEEBONE, PHILIPPA was born about 26 Jan 1859.
Iit is thought that Philippa was born between 1854-57, she was baptised with her brothers on the 26th January 1859 at St. Blazey. See the "DESCENDANTS OF THE KNEEBONE BROTHERS - MINERS FROM CORNWALL"Pub: Evagean Publishing - Auckland - 1998.

vi. KNEEBONE, CATHERINE was born on 05 Mar 1861 in pontsmill, luxulyan, cornwall. She died on 20 Apr 1935 in Auckland.


3. KNEEBONE, THOMAS2 (KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 13 Mar 1836 in Creed Cornwall -. He died on 14 Mar 1902 in Cambridge - bd @ Purewa - NZ. He married COUCH, REBECCA on 01 Jan 1857, daughter of COUCH, Richard and ELIZABETH, Plummer. She was born on 05 Jun 1836 in Creed Cornwall -. She died on 16 Nov 1899 in melbourne.


KNEEBONE, Thomas and COUCH, Rebecca had the following children:

i. KNEEBONE, ALFRED JAMES3 was born about 1875 in thames. He died about 1895 in Adelaide Australia.

5. ii. KNEEBONE, EMMA COUCH was born in Dec 1858 in Grampound in Creed, Cornwall, England. She died on 06 Dec 1917 in Claude rd. Epson Auckland. She married TREMBATH, FRANCIS on 06 Apr 1879 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand, son of TREMBATH, John and MADDERN, Mary Ann. He was born on 17 Aug 1856 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. He died on 04 Feb 1928 in Fairholm Ave. Epsom Auckland.

6. iii. KNEEBONE, ETHEL LAURA was born on 27 Apr 1877 in thames. She died on 31 Oct 1937 in Auckland. She married MUNRO, JOHN on 27 Nov 1900 in thames. He died on 13 Jul 1940.

7. iv. KNEEBONE, FRANCIS was born about 1865 in Auckland. He died on 19 Oct 1937 in Mountain rd, Mount Eden. He married TYLER, CATHERINEMAUD in 1891. She was born on Unknown date. She died on 06 Jul 1939.

v. KNEEBONE, HENRY was born about 1873 in thames. He died on 27 Jan 1918 in Auckland. He married COUP, LUCY about 1898 in Auckland. She was born about 1864 in Wigan, Lancashire, England. She died on 21 Mar 1939 in Howick, Manukau, Auckland, New Zealand.

vi. KNEEBONE, JOHN was born about 1861 in St Ives Cornwall. He died on 12 Apr 1920. He married CROCKER, HANNAH JANE on 09 Feb 1882 in Auckland. She died on 12 Mar 1944.


vii. KNEEBONE, NICHOLAS CHARLES was born on 27 Dec 1868 in thames. He died on 27 May 1940 in Victoria Street Hawera. He married CLAREBURT, MARGRET ALICE on 26 Nov 1890. She was born on Unknown date. She died on 27 Apr 1947.

viii. KNEEBONE, RICHARD was born about 1867 in Auckland. He died on 04 Jun 1932 in Ngaruwahia. He married WHITE, MARYANN on 03 Oct 1885. She was born about 1864 in ?. She died on Unknown date.

7. ix. KNEEBONE, THOMAS was born on 04 Feb 1864 in Coromandel, New Zealand. He died on 08 Apr 1915 in Hinuera, Matamata-Piako, Waikato, New Zealand. He married WILLIAMS, JANE on 29 Mar 1883 in thames. She was born on 18 Dec 1864. She died on 18 Jun 1940 in Hinuera, Matamata-Piako, Waikato, New Zealand.

8. x. KNEEBONE, WILLIAM was born on 08 Aug 1871 in thames. He died on 05 Jul 1943. He married (1) DEWS, FLORENCE about 1912 in Auckland. She died on 21 Dec 1915. He married (2) DICK, MAGDALENE TURNBULL.

Generation 3

4. KNEEBONE, EMMA COUCH3 (KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in Dec 1858 in Grampound in Creed, Cornwall, England. She died on 06 Dec 1917 in Claude rd. Epson Auckland. She married TREMBATH, FRANCIS on 06 Apr 1879 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand, son of TREMBATH, John and MADDERN, Mary Ann. He was born on 17 Aug 1856 in St Just In Penwith Cornwall England. He died on 04 Feb 1928 in Fairholm Ave. Epsom Auckland.


TREMBATH, Francis and KNEEBONE, Emma Couch had the following children:

9. i. TREMBATH, JESSIE FRANCESS4 was born on 06 Apr 1879 in New Zealand. She married BURLEY, HENRY EDWARD in 1901 in New Zealand.

ii. TREMBATH, LILY MARY was born on 23 Jan 1881 in New Zealand. She married (1) LENNARD, CHARLES THAXTER on 04 Jan 1911 in New Zealand. She married (2) HUNTER, BERT.


10. iii. TREMBATH, ALBERT VICTOR was born on 16 Oct 1883 in thames. He died on 30 Oct 1963 in thames. He married LOWRY, JANE MAHAFFY on 27 Dec 1909 in thames, daughter of LOWRY, James and MCCLINTOCK, Mary Jane. She was born on 24 May 1881 in Ireland. She died on 20 Mar 1967 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand.

Generation 3 (con't)

11. iv. TREMBATH, LEONARD CHARLES was born on 11 Aug 1885 in New Zealand. He died in Aug 1954. He married (1) WAUGH, ELLEANOR GRACE. She was born on 28 May 1900. She died in May 1983. He married (2) HARVEY, EDITH GLADYS LUCY in 1918. She was born in 1875 in New Zealand. She died on 16 Feb 1921.

12. v. TREMBATH, ARCHIBALD JUBILEE was born on 02 Jun 1887 in New Zealand. He died on 23 Oct 1968. He married HARVEY, SARAH ELLEN in Jun 1906. She was born in New Zealand.

13. vi. TREMBATH, FRANK was born on 11 Nov 1888 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand. He died on 15 May 1966. He married MASSEY, MAUD MARY on 23 Dec 1911, daughter of MASSEY and BAILEY, Sarah Ann. She was born on 21 Nov 1893 in Tolaga Bay, Gisborne, Gisborne, New Zealand. She died on 08 Aug 1967.

14. vii. TREMBATH, HAZEL BEATRICE was born on 02 Jun 1890 in New Zealand. She married THORBURN, JOHN RALPH in 1918. He was born on 25 Oct 1890. He died on 09 Feb 1932.

15. viii. TREMBATH, REGINALD CARLYLE was born on 14 Mar 1892 in thames. He died on Unknown date. He married COXELL, VIOLET in 1924. She was born in 1898. She died on Unknown date.

16. ix. TREMBATH, WILLIAM FREDERICK was born on 09 Feb 1894 in New Zealand. He married JANSEN, SARAH DOROTHEA on Unknown date. She was born about 11 Feb 1900.

x. TREMBATH, GEORGE HENRY was born on 22 Feb 1896 in New Zealand. He died in 1918 in killed in action in france in WW1..

Notes for TREMBATH, George Henry:

killed in the first world war, on the eve of the armistice.

17. xi. TREMBATH, KENNETH was born on 30 Oct 1897 in New Zealand. He married CLAY,

IRENE.

18. xii. TREMBATH, GLADYS NELLIE was born on 07 Oct 1900 in thames. She died on 13 Jan 1981 in St.Andrews epsom. She married MCKINISTRY, THOMAS ERIC on 01 Jan 1924 in Epson. He was born on 22 Jan 1898. He died on 31 Jul 1989.

19. xiii. TREMBATH, KATE ALEXANDRA was born on 09 Nov 1901 in New Zealand. She died on 29 Aug 1981. She married STACY, EDWARD JAMES on 19 Sep 1923. He was born on 20 Sep 1900. He died on 22 Sep 1986.

5. KNEEBONE, ETHEL LAURA3 (KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 27 Apr 1877 in thames. She died on 31 Oct 1937 in Auckland. She married MUNRO, JOHN on 27 Nov 1900 in thames. He died on 13 Jul 1940.

MUNRO, John and KNEEBONE, Ethel Laura had the following child:

i. MUNRO, KATHLEEN ISABELLE4. She married HAY-CHAPMAN, FRANCIS FREDERICK.

6. KNEEBONE, FRANCIS3 (KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born about 1865 in Auckland. He died on 19 Oct 1937 in Mountain rd, Mount Eden. He married TYLER, CATHERINEMAUD in 1891. She was born on Unknown date. She died on 06 Jul 1939.

Notes for KNEEBONE, Francis: Francis was a Draper.

KNEEBONE, Francis and TYLER, Catherinemaud had the following child:

i. KNEEBONE, ADA MAY4 was born in 1877 in Auckland. She died on 08 Feb 1927 in Auckland. She married MCCULLOUGH, HORACE on Unknown date in ?. He was born on Unknown date. He died on Unknown date.

7. KNEEBONE, THOMAS3 (KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 04 Feb 1864 in

Generation 3 (con't)

Coromandel, New Zealand. He died on 08 Apr 1915 in Hinuera, Matamata-Piako, Waikato, New

Zealand. He married WILLIAMS, JANE on 29 Mar 1883 in thames. She was born on 18 Dec 1864. She died on 18 Jun 1940 in Hinuera, Matamata-Piako, Waikato, New Zealand.

KNEEBONE, Thomas and WILLIAMS, Jane had the following child:

i. KNEEBONE, CLARA4 was born on 03 Aug 1883.

8. KNEEBONE, WILLIAM3 (KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 08 Aug 1871 in thames. He died on 05 Jul 1943. He married (1) DEWS, FLORENCE about 1912 in Auckland. She died on 21 Dec 1915. He married (2) DICK, MAGDALENE TURNBULL.

KNEEBONE, William and DICK, Magdalene Turnbull had the following children:

i. KNEEBONE, DOUGLAS WILLIAM4. He married SUVLA, PHYLIS.

ii. KNEEBONE, PEGGY CATHERINE. She married O'HARA, PATRICK.

Generation 4

9. TREMBATH, JESSIE FRANCESS4 (KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 06 Apr 1879 in New Zealand. She married BURLEY, HENRY EDWARD in 1901 in New Zealand.

BURLEY, Henry Edward and TREMBATH, Jessie Francess had the following children:

20. i. BURLEY, MARGUERITA VALERIE5 was born on 24 Mar 1902. She married (1) HIGGINS, CLIFFORD MARSDEN on 27 Sep 1917. He was born on 04 Jan 1899 in Mt Eden Auckland. He died on 03 Mar 1968. She married (2) HAMMOND, RICHARD.

21. ii. BURLEY, HAZEL GLADYS JASMINE was born in 1903. She married BUCKLAND, ?.

22. iii. BURLEY, KEITH CARLYLE was born on 01 Mar 1905. He died on 22 Sep 1988 in woodville. He married (1) DEMLER, JOCELYN RUTH on 07 Nov 1937. She was born on 02 Jan 1912. She died in Sep 1975. He married (2) PEARCE, HEATHER WENHAM.

iv. BURLEY, NONA VENA was born in 1915. She died in May 1983 in melbourne. She married FARGUS, BRIAN.

10. TREMBATH, ALBERT VICTOR4 (KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 16 Oct 1883 in thames. He died on 30 Oct 1963 in thames. He married LOWRY, JANE MAHAFFY on 27 Dec 1909 in thames, daughter of LOWRY, James and MCCLINTOCK, Mary Jane. She was born on 24 May 1881 in Ireland. She died on 20 Mar 1967 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand.
Jane came out from Donegal Ireland in 1904 at the age of 23, with her parents and siblings on the "GOTHIC'

TREMBATH, Albert Victor and LOWRY, Jane Mahaffy had the following children:

23. i. TREMBATH, EMMA KATHLEEN5 was born on 29 Mar 1911 in thames. She died on 08 Sep 1995 in Thames Hospital, Totara Cemetry, Thames. She married MINIFIE, JOHN PERCIVAL on 24 Jun 1950 in thames. He was born on 22 Nov 1920 in Wellington. He died in Dec 1991 in Hikutaia, Maratoto Valley Farm..

24. ii. TREMBATH, MARY OSBORNE was born on 14 Jul 1912 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. She married NORTON, WILLIAM CLAUDE on 02 Apr 1934 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand, son of NORTON, Gustav William and WALLIS, Sarah Ann. He was born on 23 Oct 1910 in Manaia. He died on 08 Aug 1981 in thames.

25. iii. TREMBATH, FRANCIS SELWYN was born on 06 Mar 1914 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He died on 11 Jan 1984 in Papatoetoe. He married SANDERSON,

Generation 4 (con't)

NYRA ELLEN in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. She was born on 21 Oct 1920. She died about 22 Jan 2007 in Whangamata, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand.

26. iv. TREMBATH, ALBERT GEORGE was born on 30 Jul 1917 in thames. He died on 16 Dec 1991 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand. He married SUTTON, JEAN FRANCES on 06 Mar 1943 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand, daughter of SUTTON, Percy Harold and COURT, Ellen Frances. She was born on 14 Feb 1925.

27. v. TREMBATH, JAMES HAMILTON was born on 29 Jul 1919 in thames. He died on 08 Jan 1996 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He married NICHOLS, BELLE on 12 Aug 1942. She was born on 29 Jun 1925 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand.

28. vi. TREMBATH, HELLEN JEAN was born on 21 Mar 1923 in thames. She died on 03 Jul 2005 in Thames Hosp.. She married SMITH, HENRY on 28 Jun 1945 in Tauranga. He was born on 15 Aug 1908 in Airdale Scotland. He died on 10 Jul 1992 in Coromandel, New Zealand.

11. TREMBATH, LEONARD CHARLES4 (KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 11 Aug 1885 in New Zealand. He died in Aug 1954. He married (1) WAUGH, ELLEANOR GRACE. She was born on 28 May 1900. She died in May 1983. He married (2) HARVEY, EDITH GLADYS LUCY in 1918. She was born in 1875 in New Zealand. She died on 16 Feb 1921.

TREMBATH, Leonard Charles and WAUGH, Elleanor Grace had the following children:

29. i. TREMBATH, RAYMOND CHARLES5 was born on 07 Jun 1923 in New Zealand. He married PROFFITT, YVONNE EDITH on 20 Jan 1951.

ii. TREMBATH, ALLAN LEONARD.

30. iii. TREMBATH, BRIAN JOHN was born in New Zealand. He married ??, MARJORIE

ADELAIDE.

TREMBATH, Leonard Charles and HARVEY, Edith Gladys Lucy had the following child:

31. iv. TREMBATH, WINSOME HARVEY was born on 30 Jan 1920 in Auckland. She married BIGHAM, DONALD GEORGE TAYLOR on 07 Dec 1946 in St. Andrews Auckland. He was born on 07 Oct 1920 in Auckland. He died on 07 May 1978 in Auckland.

12. TREMBATH, ARCHIBALD JUBILEE4 (KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 02 Jun 1887 in New Zealand. He died on 23 Oct 1968. He married HARVEY, SARAH ELLEN in Jun 1906. She was born in New Zealand.

TREMBATH, Archibald Jubilee and HARVEY, Sarah Ellen had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, ARCHIBALD RALPH5 was born on 14 Sep 1906 in thames.

ii. TREMBATH, FREDA CONSTANCE was born on 16 Apr 1908 in thames.

33. iii. TREMBATH, OLIVE MAY was born on 12 May 1910 in thames. She died on 12 Nov 1994. She married WILSON, RODNEY SHERBOURNE.

iv. TREMBATH, DORIS BEATTRICE was born on 25 Oct 1911 in thames. She married SMITH, ANDREW.
33. v. TREMBATH, LEONARD JAMES was born on 18 Aug 1916 in thames. He died on 13 Dec 1993 in Green Lane Hosp., Auckland N.Z.. He married CLARK, EDRIE JEAN. She was born on 06 Nov 1919.

34. vi. TREMBATH, GLADYS KATHLEEN was born in 1919 in New Zealand. She married

MATSON, MICHAEL.

35. vii. TREMBATH, NOEL DESMOND was born in 1927 in New Zealand. He married BENNETT,

Generation 4 (con't)

GEORGENA EMILY on 29 Sep 1949. She was born on 22 Sep 1920.

13. TREMBATH, FRANK4 (KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 11 Nov 1888 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand. He died on 15 May 1966. He married MASSEY, MAUD MARY on 23 Dec 1911, daughter of MASSEY and BAILEY, Sarah Ann. She was born on 21 Nov 1893 in Tolaga Bay, Gisborne, Gisborne, New Zealand. She died on 08 Aug 1967.

TREMBATH, Frank and MASSEY, Maud Mary had the following children:

36. i. TREMBATH, FRANCIS WILLIAM5 was born on 27 Jul 1912 in Auckland. He died on 13 Sep 1964 in Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand. He married TILLET, SHIRLEY on

20 Sep 1935 in Palmerston North. She was born on 18 May 1919 in Palmerston North.

37. ii. TREMBATH, JESSIE MAY was born in 1914 in New Zealand. She died on 18 Nov 1989. She married (1) TEKOORO, TAPUI on 07 Oct 1935. He was born on 04 Dec 1900. He died on 31 Jul 1980. She married (2) TAPUI, TE KOORO.

38. iii. TREMBATH, HINEMOA LORRAINE was born on 05 Oct 1915 in Auckland. She married WALTERS, STANLEY on 05 May 1937 in Cambridge, son of WALTERS, Fred and WHITTAKER, Lucy. He was born on 25 Jun 1913 in llandudno Wales.

39. iv. TREMBATH, MATINGAROA was born on 21 Nov 1916 in Auckland. She married (1) WINIATA, CHARLES MCLEAN on 28 Jun 1937 in Palmerston North, son of MATENE, Winiata and O'KEEFE, Hipora. He was born on 21 May 1911 in Levin. He died on

14 Oct 1975. She married (2) WEHIPEIHANA, HARE HEMI on 10 Jul 1982. He was born on 27 Jan 1917 in Ohau, Horowhenua, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand.

40. v. TREMBATH, NORMA TALMADGE was born on 28 Jan 1920 in Auckland. She married MCSHANE, MAURICE JAMES on 15 May 1939 in Palmerston North, son of MCSHANE, James Johnstone and ROSS, Ivy Amelia. He was born on 14 Sep 1914 in Marton.

41. vi. TREMBATH, LILY MARY was born on 28 May 1921 in New Zealand. She married

MORRIS, DONALD PERCY on 03 Aug 1940. He was born on 26 Mar 1916. He died on 21 Oct 1979.

42. vii. TREMBATH, FAY ADA was born on 11 Oct 1933 in Palmerston North. She married HOVELL, LONEWOOD DAVIV on 05 Mar 1955 in Palmerston North, son of HOVELL, Hilton James Lonewood and TEKOOROO, Sarah. He was born on 30 Jun 1928 in Hicks Bay East Coast.

43. viii. TREMBATH, GWENETH NADA was born on 16 Dec 1924 in Auckland. She married BOLTON, JOE SEYMOUR on 21 Apr 1943 in Palmerston North, son of SEYMOUR, j and BOLTON, Jessie. He was born on 22 Aug 1921 in Hamilton.

14. TREMBATH, HAZEL BEATRICE4 (KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 02 Jun 1890 in New Zealand. She married THORBURN, JOHN RALPH in 1918. He was born on 25 Oct 1890. He died on 09 Feb 1932.

THORBURN, John Ralph and TREMBATH, Hazel Beatrice had the following children: i. THORBURN, FRANCIS JOHN5 was born in 1921.
44. ii. THORBURN, MARGRET EMMA was born in 1923. She married DUTHIE, ?? on Unknown date.

45. iii. THORBURN, GEORGE DOUGLAS was born in 1919 in New Zealand. He married


LONGSTAFF, ELLEN BESSIE on 26 Jun 1948 in Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand, daughter of LONGSTAFF, Albert Edward and PARRY, Ellen Jones. She was born on 08 Oct 1921 in Wanganui.

Generation 4 (con't)

15. TREMBATH, REGINALD CARLYLE4 (KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 14 Mar 1892 in thames. He died on Unknown date. He married COXELL, VIOLET in 1924. She was born in 1898. She died on Unknown date. Veteran of WW1 and a farmer, Hauraki plains

TREMBATH, Reginald Carlyle and COXELL, Violet had the following child:

46. i. TREMBATH, VIOLET ANNE5 was born in 1927 in New Zealand. She married CAMPBELL, WILLIAM NEIL on Unknown date.

16. TREMBATH, WILLIAM FREDERICK4 (KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 09 Feb 1894 in New Zealand. He married JANSEN, SARAH DOROTHEA on Unknown date. She was born about 11 Feb 1900.

TREMBATH, William Frederick and JANSEN, Sarah Dorothea had the following children:

47. i. TREMBATH, GRETA NOELINE5 was born on 19 Aug 1923 in New Zealand. She married MASKELL, RONALD on 17 Feb 1946. He was born on 04 Jan 1921.

ii. TREMBATH, MAREE DOROTHEA was born on 01 Sep 1920. She died about Mar 1922.

17. TREMBATH, KENNETH4 (KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 30 Oct 1897 in New Zealand. He married CLAY, IRENE.
Kenneth: Was an insurance inspector.

TREMBATH, Kenneth and CLAY, Irene had the following child:

48. i. TREMBATH, WILTON KENNETH5 was born in 1927 in New Zealand. He married LOVE,
JOAN.

18. TREMBATH, GLADYS NELLIE4 (KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 07 Oct 1900 in thames. She died on 13 Jan 1981 in St.Andrews epsom. She married MCKINISTRY, THOMAS ERIC on 01 Jan 1924 in Epson. He was born on 22 Jan 1898. He died on 31 Jul 1989.

MCKINISTRY, Thomas Eric and TREMBATH, Gladys Nellie had the following children:

49. i. MCKINISTRY, MAVIS ANNIE5 was born on 04 Jul 1924 in New Zealand. She married CAMPTON, CLEMENT STEPHEN on 15 Mar 1950. He was born on 26 Apr 1922. He died on 01 Oct 1977.

50. ii. MCKINISTRY, ERNEST GEORGE was born on 13 Nov 1928 in New Zealand. He married MCKAY, TREASURE DAWN. She was born on Unknown date in ?. She died on Unknown date.

19. TREMBATH, KATE ALEXANDRA4 (KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 09 Nov 1901 in New Zealand. She died on 29 Aug 1981. She married STACY, EDWARD JAMES on 19 Sep 1923. He was born on 20 Sep 1900. He died on 22 Sep 1986.

STACY, Edward James and TREMBATH, Kate Alexandra had the following child:

51. i. STACY, PATRICIA FRANCIS5 was born in New Zealand. She married MCCLEW, JAMES MCLAREN on Unknown date in St. Davids Church Auckland, son of MCCLEW, Alexander and MCLAREN, Margaret. He was born on 08 Sep 1918. He died on 08 Apr 1968.

Generation 5

20. BURLEY, MARGUERITA VALERIE5 (TREMBATH, Jessie Francess4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 24 Mar 1902. She married (1)

HIGGINS, CLIFFORD MARSDEN on 27 Sep 1917. He was born on 04 Jan 1899 in Mt Eden Auckland. He died on 03 Mar 1968. She married (2) HAMMOND, RICHARD.

HIGGINS, Clifford Marsden and BURLEY, Marguerita Valerie had the following children:

i. HIGGINS, STANLEY CLIFFORD6 was born on 19 Dec 1917 in Auckland. He married MACLURE, ELLEN CATHERINE on 24 Jan 1942. She was born on 24 Apr 1918 in Auckland.

ii. HIGGINS, JOYCE EVELYN was born on 16 Mar 1921. She died on 11 Jun 1996 in Waikato Hosp.. She married WILLIAMS, EDWARD THEODORE HARWOOD on 29 Apr 1944. He was born on 10 Oct 1916. He died on 03 Mar 1974.

iii. HIGGINS, STANLEY was born in New Zealand.

21. BURLEY, HAZEL GLADYS JASMINE5 (TREMBATH, Jessie Francess4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in 1903. She married BUCKLAND, ?.

BUCKLAND, ? and BURLEY, Hazel Gladys Jasmine had the following children:

i. BUCKLAND, KENNETH6.

ii. BUCKLAND, IAN. He married JACKIE, ?.

22. BURLEY, KEITH CARLYLE5 (TREMBATH, Jessie Francess4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 01 Mar 1905. He died on 22 Sep 1988 in woodville. He married (1) DEMLER, JOCELYN RUTH on 07 Nov 1937. She was born on 02 Jan 1912. She died in Sep 1975. He married (2) PEARCE, HEATHER WENHAM.

BURLEY, Keith Carlyle and DEMLER, Jocelyn Ruth had the following children:

i. BURLEY, JOCELYN ANNE6 was born on 02 Sep 1942.

ii. BURLEY, PETER CARLYLE was born on 08 Jul 1945. He married MCCONNELL, GILLIAN JEAN on 08 Apr 1967 in Auckland. She was born on 14 Jul 1945 in Helensville.

BURLEY, Keith Carlyle and PEARCE, Heather Wenham had the following child:

iii. BURLEY, HEATHER MARY CARLYLE was born on 17 Mar 1966.

23. TREMBATH, EMMA KATHLEEN5 (TREMBATH, Albert Victor4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 29 Mar 1911 in thames. She died on

Sep 1995 in Thames Hospital, Totara Cemetry, Thames. She married MINIFIE, JOHN PERCIVAL on 24 Jun 1950 in thames. He was born on 22 Nov 1920 in Wellington. He died in Dec 1991 in Hikutaia, Maratoto Valley Farm.. cancer in his last days.

MINIFIE, John Percival and TREMBATH, Emma Kathleen had the following children:

i. MINIFIE, JEAN NOELINE6

ii. MINIFIE, JOHN DENNIS

24. TREMBATH, MARY OSBORNE5 (TREMBATH, Albert Victor4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 14 Jul 1912 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. She married NORTON, WILLIAM CLAUDE on 02 Apr 1934 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand, son of NORTON, Gustav William and WALLIS, Sarah Ann. He was born on 23 Oct 1910 in Manaia. He died on 08 Aug 1981 in thames.

NORTON, William Claude and TREMBATH, Mary Osborne had the following children:

i. NORTON Adele Francis.
ii. NORTON, JUDITH LYNN w
iii. NORTON, HOWARD WILLIAM
iv. NORTON, ROGER JOHN

25. TREMBATH, FRANCIS SELWYN5 (TREMBATH, Albert Victor4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 06 Mar 1914 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He died on 11 Jan 1984 in Papatoetoe. He married SANDERSON, NYRA ELLEN in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. She was born on 21 Oct 1920. She died 2007 .

TREMBATH, Francis Selwyn and SANDERSON, Nyra Ellen had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, KENNETH IAN6

ii. TREMBATH, TERENCE ROBERT

iii. TREMBATH, PAULINE JEANETTE

iv. TREMBATH, NEIL FRANCIS

v. TREMBATH, RAYMOND JOHN

26. TREMBATH, ALBERT GEORGE5 (TREMBATH, Albert Victor4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 30 Jul 1917 in thames. He died on 16 Dec 1991 in Thames, Thames-Coromandel, Waikato, New Zealand. He married SUTTON, JEAN FRANCES
TREMBATH, Albert George and SUTTON, Jean Frances had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, GRAHAM GEORGE6

ii. TREMBATH, KEITH WINTON

iii. TREMBATH, YVONNE JEAN

27. TREMBATH, JAMES HAMILTON5 (TREMBATH, Albert Victor4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 29 Jul 1919 in thames. He died on 08 Jan 1996 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He married NICHOLS, BELLE on 12 Aug 1942.

TREMBATH, James Hamilton and NICHOLS, Belle had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, HEATHER JEAN6

ii. TREMBATH, NOELINE JOAN

iii. TREMBATH, SANDRA DIANNE

28. TREMBATH, HELLEN JEAN5 (TREMBATH, Albert Victor4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 21 Mar 1923 in thames. She died on 03 Jul 2005 in Thames Hosp.. She married SMITH, HENRY on 28 Jun 1945 in Tauranga. He was born on 15 Aug 1908 in Airdale Scotland. He died on 10 Jul 1992 in Coromandel, New Zealand.

SMITH, Henry and TREMBATH, Hellen Jean had the following children:

i. SMITH, DAVID JOHN6


ii. SMITH, JO BROWNLY

iii. SMITH, ALBERTA HELEN

iv. SMITH, BARBARA JANE

29. TREMBATH, RAYMOND CHARLES5 (TREMBATH, Leonard Charles4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in New Zealand. He married PROFFITT, YVONNE EDITH on 1951.

TREMBATH, Raymond Charles and PROFFITT, Yvonne Edith had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, GRAIG6 w

ii. TREMBATH, JOANNE ELIZABETH

iii. TREMBATH, MARK w

30. TREMBATH, BRIAN JOHN5 (TREMBATH, Leonard Charles4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in New Zealand. He married ??,

MARJORIE ADELAIDE.

TREMBATH, Brian John and ??, Marjorie Adelaide had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, JENNIFER WAYNE6.

ii. TREMBATH, BRIAN WAYNE was born in New Zealand. He married (1) ??, LINDA. He married (2) CORINNE, LINDA.

31. TREMBATH, WINSOME HARVEY5 (TREMBATH, Leonard Charles4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 30 Jan 1920 in Auckland. She married BIGHAM, DONALD GEORGE TAYLOR on 07 Dec 1946 in St. Andrews Auckland. He was born on 07 Oct 1920 in Auckland. He died on 07 May 1978 in Auckland.

BIGHAM, Donald George Taylor and TREMBATH, Winsome Harvey had the following children:

i. BIGHAM, GRAHAEME DONALD6 was born on 02 Jan 1949. He married MARCHBANK, CAROLINE JANE on 13 Apr 1974 in Tauranga, daughter of MARCHBANK, Thomas Wilson and GIFFORD, Charlotte Jane Sherwin. She was born on 29 Apr 1951 in Masterton, Wellington, New Zealand.

ii. BIGHAM, MURRAY was born on 23 Feb 1956 in Tauranga. He married MCNICHOLL, MICHELLE on 05 Nov 1988 in St. Andrews Church Epsom. She was born on 29 Oct 1959 in Auckland.

iii. BIGHAM, ANNE LYNETTE was born on 17 May 1952. She married LAFFERTY, STEPHEN LEONARD on 06 Feb 1976 in St. Michaels Remuera, Auckland, son of LAFFERTY, George and GREEN, Elizabeth. He was born on 25 Jul 1953 in Taupo, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.

32. TREMBATH, OLIVE MAY5 (TREMBATH, Archibald Jubilee4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 12 May 1910 in thames. She died on

12 Nov 1994. She married WILSON, RODNEY SHERBOURNE.

WILSON, Rodney Sherbourne and TREMBATH, Olive May had the following children:

i. WILSON, BEVERLEY6 was born in New Zealand. She married HANNAH, ?.

ii. WILSON, ANNETTE RAE was born on 31 Dec 1942 in New Zealand. She married RAGG, THOMAS KEITH on 17 Mar 1962. He was born on 10 Jan 1942 in Oxford Nth, Canterbury.

33. TREMBATH, LEONARD JAMES5 (TREMBATH, Archibald Jubilee4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 18 Aug 1916 in thames. He died on 13 Dec 1993 in Green Lane Hosp., Auckland N.Z.. Sgt.35Bat.WW2.service no:64678- He married CLARK, EDRIE JEAN. She was born on
6 Nov 1919.

TREMBATH, Leonard James and CLARK, Edrie Jean had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, GAY6.

ii. TREMBATH, WAYNE.

iii. TREMBATH, BARRY FRANCIS was born in Palmerston North. He married TORREY, JENNIFER EMMA VIOLET, daughter of GLEESON, Walter and JOHNSON, Alma.

iv. TREMBATH, GRAHAM LEONARD was born on 31 Aug 1941 in New Zealand. He married VERCOE, GAY.

v. TREMBATH, JUDITH LYNNE was born on 05 Jan 1944 in New Zealand. She married EDWARDS, WAYNE.

vi. TREMBATH, ROBYN was born on 30 Mar 1949 in New Zealand. She married (1) BROWNE, ??. She married (2) BLAYNEY, ??.

34. TREMBATH, GLADYS KATHLEEN5 (TREMBATH, Archibald Jubilee4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in 1919 in New Zealand. She married

MATSON, MICHAEL.

MATSON, Michael and TREMBATH, Gladys Kathleen had the following children:

i. MATSON, CAROL6 was born in New Zealand. She married MINEVS, ??.

ii. MATSON, RAYMOND.

iii. MATSON, SHIRLEY.

35. TREMBATH, NOEL DESMOND5 (TREMBATH, Archibald Jubilee4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in 1927 in New Zealand. He married BENNETT, GEORGENA EMILY on 29 Sep 1949. She was born on 22 Sep 1920.

TREMBATH, Noel Desmond and BENNETT, Georgena Emily had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, NOELENE6

ii. TREMBATH, RAEWYN

36. TREMBATH, FRANCIS WILLIAM5 (TREMBATH, Frank4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 27 Jul 1912 in Auckland. He died on 13 Sep 1964 in Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand. He married TILLET, SHIRLEY on 20 Sep 1935 in Palmerston North. She was born on 18 May 1919 in Palmerston North.

TREMBATH, Francis William and TILLET, Shirley had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, BARRY FRANCIS6 was born on 09 Mar 1936 in Palmerston North. He married TORREY, JENNIFER EMMA VIOLET, daughter of GLEESON, Walter and JOHNSON, Alma. She was born on 25 May 1942 in Wairoa, Gisborne, New Zealand.

ii. TREMBATH, DONNA HAZEL was born on 29 Sep 1938 in New Zealand. She married HASENSTEIN, RAINER on 26 Jan 1963. He was born on 03 Feb 1941.

iii. TREMBATH, PETER ROBIN was born on 07 Dec 1943 in Palmerston North. He married BLUCHER, JAN on 20 Jan 1968. She was born on 08 Aug 1946.
iv. TREMBATH, VENICE SHIRLEY was born on 24 Feb 1937 in New Zealand. She married RICHARDSON, RAY.

37. TREMBATH, JESSIE MAY5 (TREMBATH, Frank4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in 1914 in New Zealand. She died on 18 Nov 1989. She married (1) TEKOORO, TAPUI on 07 Oct 1935. He was born on 04 Dec 1900. He died on 31 Jul 1980. She married (2) TAPUI, TE KOORO.

TEKOORO, Tapui and TREMBATH, Jessie May had the following children:

i. TEKOORO, JACQUELINE MAY6 was born on 19 Jan 1936. She married BEATTIE, DONALD ANDREW on 15 Jul 1954 in Palmerston North, son of BEATTIE, Robert and GODBAZ, Dolly. He was born on 16 Feb 1931 in Nelson, New Zealand.

ii. TEKOORO, MARY was born on 25 Dec 1939. She married (1) MURDIE, ROBERT ALEXANDER on 23 Apr 1962 in Palmerston North. He was born on 27 Dec 1936 in Ohakune. She married (2) HARAWIRA, DOUG in Feb 1959 in Palmerston North, son of HARAWIRA, Darcy and WIHA. He was born on 04 Apr 1935 in Dargaville. He died on 07 Sep 1961.

iii. TEKOORO, BRUCE was born on 20 Sep 1941 in Eltham. He married TITO, MARINGI on

18 Nov 1961 in New Plymouth, New Zealand, daughter of TITO, Massey and WHAREHOKA, Polly. She was born on 17 Nov 1943 in Opunake, South Taranaki, Taranaki, New Zealand.

iv. TEKOORO, WIIRA was born on 21 Jun 1951 in Palmerston North. He married (1) VOSS, JUDY on 02 Jul 1971, daughter of VOSS, Don and BADCOCK, Elsie. She was born on 31 Jul 1953 in Palmerston North. He married (2) MCSWEENY, PAMELA NOELLE on 23 Jan 1988 in Palmerston North. She was born on 29 Dec 1956 in Palmerston North.

v. TEKOORO, FRANCES was born on 07 Jul 1952. She married (1) RAUHIHI, HUHIPIRE on

18 Feb 1977. He was born on 23 Apr 1952. She married (2) BAKER, MATENGA on 21 Sep 1968 in Palmerston North, son of BAKER, Matua and MATUA. He was born on
24 Jun 1949 in Wellington. She met (3) EDWARDS, COLIN. He was born on 20 Sep 1956.

vi. TEKOORO, ADRIENNE ARAPERA was born on 17 Feb 1937. She married (1) MCKNIGHT, KEITH ALAN on 11 Nov 1960 in Palmerston North. He was born on 27 Dec 1938. She married (2) KNOWN, NOT.

TAPUI, Te Kooro and TREMBATH, Jessie May had the following children:

i. TAPUI, JAQUELINE6 was born in New Zealand. She married BEATTIE, DONALD.

ii. TAPUI, ADRIENNE was born in New Zealand. She married ??, ??.

iii. TAPUI, MARY was born in New Zealand. She married (1) HARAWIRA, ??. She married

(2) MURDIE, ??.

iv. TAPUI, BRUCE was born in New Zealand. He married TITO, MAVINGI.

v. TAPUI, WIIRA was born in New Zealand. He married (1) VOSS, JUDY. He married (2) MCSWEENY, PAMELA.

vi. TAPUI, FRANCES was born in New Zealand. She married (1) BAKER, ??. She married

(2) RAUHIHI, BILL. She married (3) EDWARDS, ??.

38. TREMBATH, HINEMOA LORRAINE5 (TREMBATH, Frank4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 05 Oct 1915 in Auckland. She married WALTERS, STANLEY on 05 May 1937 in Cambridge, son of WALTERS, Fred and WHITTAKER, Lucy. He was born on 25 Jun 1913 in llandudno Wales.

WALTERS, Stanley and TREMBATH, Hinemoa Lorraine had the following children:

i. WALTERS, CAROL ANNE6 was born on 28 Apr 1941 in Eltham. She married SKOGLUND, PHILIP CHARLES on 24 Jun 1961 in All Saints Palmerston North, son of SKOGLUND, Philip Oscar and SMITH, Olive Kathleen. He was born on 20 Jun 1937 in Palmerston North.
ii. WALTERS, GWENNETH LORRAINE was born on 23 May 1938 in Cambridge. She married RUSSELL, JAMES ERNEST on 23 Jan 1960, son of RUSSELL, Ronald Ernest and MILLS, Phyllis Mary. He was born on 25 Dec 1937 in Pahiatua.

39. TREMBATH, MATINGAROA5 (TREMBATH, Frank4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 21 Nov 1916 in Auckland. She married (1) WINIATA, CHARLES MCLEAN on 28 Jun 1937 in Palmerston North, son of MATENE, Winiata and O'KEEFE, Hipora. He was born on 21 May 1911 in Levin. He died on 14 Oct 1975. She married (2) WEHIPEIHANA, HARE HEMI on 10 Jul 1982. He was born on 27 Jan 1917 in Ohau, Horowhenua, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand.

WINIATA, Charles Mclean and TREMBATH, Matingaroa had the following children:

i. WINIATA, BENJAMIN LINDSAY6 was born on 09 Apr 1941. He married RICHARDSON, DIANNE on 28 Mar 1964. She was born on 02 Feb 1945.

ii. WINIATA, DONALD CHARLES was born on 21 Dec 1937 in Palmerston North. He married DOIG, BEVERLY ANN on 03 Nov 1962 in Levin, daughter of DOIG, Albert John and HORNE, Winifred Annie. She was born on 13 Mar 1936 in Levin.

iii. WINIATA, ELLEN MERLE was born on 09 Mar 1940 in Palmerston North. She married

(1) JOHNAON, J.. She married (2) JOHNSON, JOSEPH ALBERT on 24 Jul 1960 in Wellington, son of JOHNSON, Harry and BELL, Merita Riata. He was born on 05 Nov 1933 in Otaki.

iv. WINIATA, MARTIN was born on 29 Mar 1939. He married MCGILL, MARGARET on 24 Feb 1962. She was born on 13 Jan 1944.

v. WINIATA, MAUD MARY was born on 18 Jan 1944 in Palmerston North. She married

(1) MULHOLLAND, MICHAEL WINSTONE on 01 Jun 1963 in Levin. He was born on 11 Sep 1940 in Wellington. She married (2) NORMAN, BOB on 21 Oct 1977, son of NORMAN, George Edward and BALLER, Eleanore Clara. He was born on 19 Jun 1923 in Wellington.

vi. WINIATA, WHIWHI was born on 04 Jun 1942 in Palmerston North. He married ANDREW, NOELINE on 20 Mar 1965, daughter of ANDREW, Roberts Marshall and SMITH, Doris Edna May. She was born on 19 Dec 1944 in Wellington.

40. TREMBATH, NORMA TALMADGE5 (TREMBATH, Frank4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 28 Jan 1920 in Auckland. She married MCSHANE, MAURICE JAMES on 15 May 1939 in Palmerston North, son of MCSHANE, James Johnstone and ROSS, Ivy Amelia. He was born on 14 Sep 1914 in Marton.

MCSHANE, Maurice James and TREMBATH, Norma Talmadge had the following children:

i. MCSHANE, DAVID WILLIAM6 was born on 07 Dec 1940 in Palmerston North. He married TAITE, MONICA on 05 Feb 1963 in Otane, Central Hawke's Bay, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, daughter of TAITE, Teneti and GRAHAM, Ngaire. She was born on 21 Dec 1943 in Waipawa, South Wairarapa, Wellington, New Zealand. She died on 13 May 1996 in Thames Hosp..

ii. MCSHANE, JAMES EDWARD was born on 17 Mar 1946. He married DORNBUSH, JOY LORRAINE on 29 Apr 1972. She was born on 11 Sep 1953.

iii. MCSHANE, KATHRYN LARRAINE was born on 13 Jun 1947 in Palmerston North. She married (1) HEEWMAN, ??. She married (2) BRUCE, CYRIL on 18 Oct 1969 in Palmerston North. He was born on 24 Mar 1947. She married (3) HERMAN, KEITH on 06 Nov 1989 in Nunawading, Victoria, Australia, son of HERMAN, Victor and FARRAR, Dorothy. He was born on 29 Oct 1951.

iv. MCSHANE, PAULINE NORMA was born on 01 Nov 1939 in Palmerston North. She married BOS, ARIE on 13 Oct 1962 in Palmerston North, son of BOS, Adrianus and DE WILT, Petronella. He was born on 23 Jun 1939 in vlaardinger Holland.

41. TREMBATH, LILY MARY5 (TREMBATH, Frank4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 28 May 1921 in New Zealand. She married MORRIS, DONALD PERCY on 03 Aug 1940. He was born on 26 Mar 1916. He died on 21 Oct 1979.

MORRIS, Donald Percy and TREMBATH, Lily Mary had the following child:

i. MORRIS, DONNA M ARJORIE 6 was born on 15 Feb 1941 in New Zealand. She married NASH, GRAHAM on 17 Sep 1960. He was born on 04 Feb 1932.

42. TREMBATH, FAY ADA5 (TREMBATH, Frank4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 11 Oct 1933 in Palmerston North. She married HOVELL, LONEWOOD DAVIV on 05 Mar 1955 in Palmerston North, son of HOVELL, Hilton James Lonewood and TEKOOROO, Sarah. He was born on 30 Jun 1928 in Hicks Bay East Coast.

HOVELL, Lonewood David and TREMBATH, Fay Ada had the following children:

i. HOVELL, HILTON GEOFFREY DAVID6 was born on 11 Sep 1955 in Palmerston North. He married GIBSON, LYNDA on 05 Dec 1987 in Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand. She was born on 17 Jun 1962 in Gisbourne.

ii. HOVELL, PETER EDWIN was born on 25 Apr 1957 in Palmerston North. He married

(1) MAREE, SHARON on Unknown date. She was born about 20 Jun 1959. He married (2) WOOD, DEBORAH ANN on Unknown date. She was born on 17 Sep 1962.

iii. HOVELL, STEPHEN DAVID was born on 31 Oct 1958 in New Zealand.

43. TREMBATH, GWENETH NADA5 (TREMBATH, Frank4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 16 Dec 1924 in Auckland. She married BOLTON, JOE SEYMOUR on 21 Apr 1943 in Palmerston North, son of SEYMOUR, j and BOLTON, Jessie. He was born on 22 Aug 1921 in Hamilton.

BOLTON, Joe Seymour and TREMBATH, Gweneth Nada had the following children:

i. BOLTON, DAVID FRANCIS6 was born on 30 Jan 1946. He married CARROLL, JANET on Unknown date, daughter of CARROLL, James and BRIGGS, Irene. She was born on 27 Mar 1947.

ii. BOLTON, JOSEPH SEYMOUR was born on 02 May 1947 in Hastings, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. He married CAROLL, MARILYN on 24 May 1969 in Palmerston North, daughter of CARROLL, James and BRIGGS, Irene. She was born on 14 Apr 1951 in Brighton, Sussex, England.

iii. BOLTON, MICHAEL GEOFFREY was born on 14 Feb 1949. He married (1) DUFF, ANN on Unknown date. He married (2) SHUTTLEWORTH, GLENIS on Unknown date. He married (3) NOVIS, LINDA on Unknown date. She was born on Unknown date.

iv. BOLTON, ROBERT STANLEY was born on 24 May 1950. He married WYBROTT, DALE EILEEN on Unknown date in ?. She was born on Unknown date.

v. BOLTON, YVONNE NORMA was born on 31 Mar 1955. She married (1) REYNISH, TONY on Unknown date. She married (2) CLAPHAM, TONY on 31 May 1997.

44. THORBURN, MARGRET EMMA5 (TREMBATH, Hazel Beatrice4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in 1923. She married DUTHIE, ?? on Unknown date.

DUTHIE, ?? and THORBURN, Margret Emma had the following children:

i. DUTHIE, MARION6.

ii. DUTHIE, JOHN GRED.

iii. DUTHIE, MERILYN BEATRICE was born on Unknown date.

45. THORBURN, GEORGE DOUGLAS5 (TREMBATH, Hazel Beatrice4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in 1919 in New Zealand. He married LONGSTAFF, ELLEN BESSIE on 26 Jun 1948 in Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand, daughter of LONGSTAFF, Albert Edward and PARRY, Ellen Jones. She was born on 08 Oct 1921 in Wanganui, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand.

THORBURN, George Douglas and LONGSTAFF, Ellen Bessie had the following children:

i. THORBURN, RALPH DOUGLAS6 was born on Unknown date.

ii. THORBURN, KAYE LYNETTE. She married SOLOMON, ?.

46. TREMBATH, VIOLET ANNE5 (TREMBATH, Reginald Carlyle4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in 1927 in New Zealand. She married

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM NEIL on Unknown date.

CAMPBELL, William Neil and TREMBATH, Violet Anne had the following children:

i. CAMPBELL, ERIC IAN6 was born in 1952 in New Zealand. He married CAMERON, FRANCIS on Unknown date.

ii. CAMPBELL, WILLIAM PAUL was born on 26 Sep 1948 in Paeroa, Hauraki, Waikato, New Zealand. He married CARNABY, MARY ELLEN. She was born on 20 Aug 1956 in Wellington.

iii. CAMPBELL, NEIL BRYCE was born on 24 May 1951 in New Zealand. He married CHAPMAN, ADRIENNE on 24 Oct 1986, daughter of CHAPMAN, Desmond Arthur and KEANE, Maureen Winifred. She was born on 22 Jul 1962.

47. TREMBATH, GRETA NOELINE5 (TREMBATH, William Frederick4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 19 Aug 1923 in New Zealand. She married MASKELL, RONALD on 17 Feb 1946. He was born on 04 Jan 1921.

MASKELL, Ronald and TREMBATH, Greta Noeline had the following children:

i. MASKELL, TERENCE RONALD6 was born on 20 Oct 1950.

ii. MASKELL, CHRISTOPHER JOHN was born on 19 Apr 1968.

iii. MASKELL, LYNDA was born on 22 Sep 1947.

iv. MASKELL, DENISE JANE was born on 04 Feb 1954 in otahuhu. She married MCCOOMBE, PETER JEREMY on 19 Nov 1983. He was born on 08 Apr 1956.

48. TREMBATH, WILTON KENNETH5 (TREMBATH, Kenneth4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in 1927 in New Zealand. He married LOVE, JOAN.

TREMBATH, Wilton Kenneth and LOVE, Joan had the following children:

i. TREMBATH, LOUISE6.

ii. TREMBATH, ROSS. He married (1) KNOWN, NOT.

iii. TREMBATH, WENDY. She married KNOWN, NOT.

49. MCKINISTRY, MAVIS ANNIE5 (TREMBATH, Gladys Nellie4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 04 Jul 1924 in New Zealand. She married CAMPTON, CLEMENT STEPHEN on 15 Mar 1950. He was born on 26 Apr 1922. He died on
1 Oct 1977.

CAMPTON, Clement Stephen and MCKINISTRY, Mavis Annie had the following children:

i. CAMPTON, BEVERLY ANNE6 was born on 20 Dec 1950 in New Zealand. She married REVEL, PHILLIP.

ii. CAMPTON, ROBERT ARTHUR was born on 14 Feb 1954 in New Zealand. He married DEVEREAUX, ANNE.

iii. CAMPTON, WAYNE ERIC was born on 10 May 1956 in New Zealand. He married DEBOER, SOPHIA.

iv. CAMPTON, DIANNE MARY was born on 24 Sep 1957 in New Zealand. She married WILLIAMSON, TREVOR.

50. MCKINISTRY, ERNEST GEORGE5 (TREMBATH, Gladys Nellie4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born on 13 Nov 1928 in New Zealand. He married MCKAY, TREASURE DAWN. She was born on Unknown date in ?. She died on Unknown date.

MCKINISTRY, Ernest George and MCKAY, Treasure Dawn had the following children:

i. MCKINSTRY, LAWRENCE6.

ii. MCKINSTRY, WILLIAM.

iii. MCKINSTRY, TREASURE.

iv. MCKINSTRY, STUART was born in New Zealand. He married KEANE, MARY.

v. MCKINSTRY, PHILIP.

vi. MCKINSTRY, PETER.

51. STACY, PATRICIA FRANCIS5 (TREMBATH, Kate Alexandra4, KNEEBONE, Emma Couch3, KNEEBONE, Thomas2, KNEEBONE, Joseph1) was born in New Zealand. She married MCCLEW, JAMES MCLAREN on Unknown date in St. Davids Church Auckland, son of MCCLEW, Alexander and MCLAREN, Margaret. He was born on 08 Sep 1918. He died on 08 Apr 1968.

MCCLEW, James Mclaren and STACY, Patricia Francis had the following child:

i. MCCLEW, JAQUELINE LOUISE6 was born on Unknown date.