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SMITH marriages in New Zealand - 1851 to 1860 the GROOMS

From the SMITH database

some SMITH marriages New Zealand 1851 to 1860:

the SMITH GROOMS

Alexander Augustus Smith
- married Mary Jane Giles in 1857

Arthur William Smith
- married Amelia Lamb in 1860

Charles Smith
- married Eleanor Smith Parker in 1854

Charles Smith
- married Johanna Anson in 1855

David Smith
- married Maria Jones in 1856

David Smith
- married Mary Culbert in 1860

Frederick Smith
- married ? in 1859

George Smith
- married Margaret Scott in 1853

George Smith
- married Judith Cahill in 1856

George Smith
- married Elizabeth Burton in 1860

Henry Smith
- married Mary Ann Batten in 1856

Henry Farr Smith
- married ? in 1859

James Smith
- married Mary Kau in 1851

James Smith
- married Erihapiti Te Awemakere in 1953

James Smith
- married Emma Freeth in 1857

John Smith
- married Elizabeth Sarah Commons in 1851

John Smith
- married Ann Kidd in 1852

John Smith
- married Sarah Kelly in 1853

John Smith
- married Anne Bell in 1855

John Smith
- married Mary Bell in 1856

John Smith
- married Elizabeth Faull in 1857

John Smith
- married Jane Gray in 1858

John Smith
- married Jane Watson in 1860
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the following was researched for Margaret65 after her query on 15-4-2011 .. "I have a John Smith born abt 1834 London England who married a Mary Kimber Hildreth in NZ 1860, have you come across this Smith in your research. I would love to find out where exactly he from and any other family HE may have had. I know all about their 12 children!"

John Smith (1834-1917)
- married Mary Kimber Hildreth (1838-1909) on 4 June 1860 in Waimea South, Nelson
- John was born in London, England in March 1834
- he arrived into Nelson 15 October 1855 on the "Queen Margaret"
- for the first 9 years he was engaged in surveying, farming and teaching (he was a teacher from 1856 to 1907)
- in 1860 he was teaching at River Terrace School
- in 1864 he was appointed headmaster of the Nelson Boys School
- John was the Inspector & Secretary of the Westland Board of Education and receved the appointment in Oct 1890 of Secretary for the Marlborough Board of Education

- they had 12 children

... due to the increasing size of the research on this family it has now been moved to its own journal at:
BRYANT + HILDRETH + SMITH
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John Edmund Smith
- married Matilda Trumble in 1855

John Frederick Smith
- married Mary Ann Howe in 1860

John Smith
- married ? Faull in 1857

John Smith
- married ? Bird in 1859

John E. Smith
- married ? McHardy in 1859

Joseph Smith
- married Margaret Quinty in 1857

Matthew Smith
- married Mary Griffiths in 1854

Peter SMith
- married ? in 1859

Richard Smith
- married ? in 1859

Robert Smith
- marriedMary Ann Homes in 1851

Stephen Smith
- married Sarah Ellen Kotiin 1851

Thomas Smith
- married Elizabeth Franklin in 1852

Thomas Henry Smith
- married Sophia Dorias Baker in 1857

Thomas D. W. Smith
- married ? in 1859

Thomas H. Smith
- married ? in 1857

William Smith
- married Sarah Rotherforth in 1851

William Smith
- married Agnes Reid in 1856

William Smith
- married Margaret Smith in 1857

Williamm Smith
- married Margaret Scott Simpson in 1860

William Smith
- married ? Attwood in 1860

William SMith
- married ? Riley in 1868

the Smith BRIDES

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SMITH of New Zealand DATABASE - (now with some Australia)

A recent comment on our site 'family tree circles' about the near impossible task of finding SMITH ancestors got me thinking ...

If there was a Smith Database of burials in New Zealand would this help researchers/searchers a little in their quest to find Smith ancestors in New Zealand at least

I set myself the task to make a Smith Burial Database using this site
- it has since progressed into just a SMITH (of NZ) DATABASE
- AND from June 2011 with Australian cemeteries

It was 'mind bogglng' just how many tens of thousands of John or Mary Smith there are to find, indeed a daunting task ...

By researching and adding any second names, ages at death etc that may be missing from the original cemetery databases I hoped this would help you further.
A long term plan would be to research and add maiden names !!

Building this database will take a great deal of time as there are thousands of cemeteries in New Zealand, many not even on line, but we have made a start ... concentraing first on major towns and cities

please note
the database will feature the SMITH name only at this time - NO hyphenated Smith, nor names like Arrowsmith, Smythe, Smithers etc

journal will be 'bumped' occassionally to main page to update viewers
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- SMITH BURIALS AUSTRALIA -

PERTH
... KARRAKATTA - 5730



- SMITH BURIALS NEW ZEALAND -

New Zealand ANZAC Smith
... World War I - 192
... World War II - 112


AUCKLAND
... RODNEY - 91
... WAIHEKE ISLAND - 20
... WAIKUMETE - about 1750


COROMANDEL
... BUFFALO - 18
... CHRIST CHURCH (Anglican) - 0
... COLVILLE - 1
... MERCURY BAY - 12
... OMAHU - 23
... SHORTLAND - 139
... TARARU - 13
... TOTARA MEMORIAL PARK - 67
... WHANGAMATA - 8


MANAWATU
... DANNEVIRKE, Eketahuna, Pahiatua, Woodville - 131
... FEILDING - 104
... PALMERSTON NORTH Ashhurst, Kelvin Grove, Terrace End - 634


OTAGO:
... DUNEDIN - over 2,000


SOUTHLAND
... BLUFF Bluff Cemetery - 14
... BLUFF Green Point & St Johns - 27
... BLUFF Southland Crematorium - 110
... GORE - 181


TARANAKI
... NEW PLYMOUTH - over 600
... ELTHAM, HAWERA, Kaponga, Opunake, Patea, Waverley etc - 175


WAIKATO
... HAMILTON - nearly 700


WAIRARAPA
... CARTERTON - 78
... MASTERTON - 751


WELLINGTON
... PORIRUA - 230


WHANGAREI
... Kamo + Kaurihohore + Kioreroa + Maunu
+ Onerahi + Waipu + Wharepara = total of 204
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- SMITH IMMIGRANTS -

... Wellington 1838 - 1853
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- SMITH MARRIAGES -

... 1840 to 1850
... 1851 to 1860

SMITH Brides married SMITH Grooms
MARY married Mr SMITH 1840 - 1899
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FAMOUS (or INFAMOUS) SMITHs in New Zealand:

ALL BLACKS - 12 (1897 to 2009)

28th MAORI BATTALION 1940-1945

DAVID STANLEY SMITH (1888-1982)

EDWARD METCALF SMITH (1839-1907)

ELSIE SMITH (1881-1968)

FRANCES HAGEL SMITH (1877-1948)

GEORGE MARSHALL McCALL SMITH (1882-1958)

GEORGE WILLIAM SMITH (1874-1954)

JOHN BURNS SMITH (1922-1974)

HELEN HAY SMITH (1873-1918)

LILLIAN RITA SMITH (1912-1993)

MARIANNE SMITH (1851-1938)

RONALD JOSEPH SMITH (1921-1995)

WILLIAM MEIN SMITH (1799-1869)

STEPHENSON 'PERCY' SMITH (1840-1922)
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... MISCELLANEOUS SMITH ...

SMITH - DEATHS from Newspapers

SMITH - UNIVERISTY GRADUATES 1870 - 1961
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SMITH SOLDIERS of the 28th MAORI BATTALION

from the SMITH burial database of New Zealand
- FAMOUS (or INFAMOUS) SMITHs in NEW ZEALAND

the 28th MAORI BATTALION, commonly known as the Maori Battalion was an infantry battalion of the New Zealand Army that served during the Second World War.

It was formed following pressure on the Labour government by some Maori MPs and Maori organisations throughout the country wanting a full Maori unit to be raised for service overseas.

The Maori Battalion followed in the footsteps of the Pioneer Battalion that served during the First World War which had been very successful and was wanted by Maori to raise their profile and to serve alongside their Pakeha compatriots as citizens of the British Empire.
It also gave a generation of people with a well-noted military ancestry a chance to test their own warrior skills.

Raised in 1940 as part of the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force (2NZEF), the 28th (Maori) Battalion was attached to the New Zealand 2nd Division as an extra battalion that was moved between the division's three infantry brigades.
The battalion fought during the Greek, North African and Italian campaigns during the war and a contingent was sent to Japan as an occupation force afterwards.

The unit was disbanded in January 1946.

almost 3600 men served overseas with the Maori Battalion between 1940-1945, of these 649 were killed in action or died on active service


the SMITH soldiers who served with the 28th MAORI BATTALION


SMITH, Zakie - Private 806479
- from Public Works Department, Private Bag, Gisborne
- NEXT OF KIN - Miss A. Smith (sister), P.O. Box 2, Tolaga Bay

SMITH, Roy - Private 65202
- from Mourea, Rotorua
- NEXT OF KIN - Miss S. Williams (cousin), Whakatane

SMITH, Hingangaroa (aka Major Jackson) - Private 453083
- from Hauiti, Tolaga Bay
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr D. Smith (brother), 22 Marsden Street, Lower Hutt

SMITH, Chappie Te Hata - Private 816559
- from Care of Taite And Company, The Square, Palmerston North
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr D. Smith (brother), 22 Marsden Street, Lower Hutt, Wellington

SMITH, Frederick Jonathan - Private 815288
- from Nuhaka, Hawkes Bay
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr D. Smith (father), Nuhaka, Hawkes Bay

SMITH, Wilson - Private 66023
- from Anakaha P.B., Havelock
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr G. Smith (not stated), Kimbolton

SMITH, Peter - Private 67400
- from 145 Hobson Street, Auckland
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr J. Smith (father), Waiuku

SMITH, Edward - Private 26031
- from Maramarua
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr P. Smith (father), Horahora

SMITH, Heber - Private 62621
- from Bridge Pa, Hastings
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr P. Smith (father), Nuhaka

SMITH, Cleo Ronald - Sergeant 67472
- from Nuhaka,
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr T. Smith (father), Nuhaka

SMITH, Stanley - Private 68277
- from Nuhaka
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs H. Mitchell (sister), Nuhaka

SMITH, James - Private 630225
- from 7 Pilkington Road, Panmure, Auckland
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs L. Smith (mother), 8 Harding Street, Auckland,

SMITH, Jerry - Corporal 5482
- from Whangaehu
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs L. Smith (mother), care of J. Gilbert, Putiki, Wanganui

SMITH, Barney Hapi - Private 808554
- from Waiotapu
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs M. Smith (mother), Opoutama,

SMITH, Bonny Naki - Private 808555
- from Waiotapu
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs M. Smith (mother), Opoutama

SMITH, Joseph - Temporary Corporal 811050
- from Ohinemutu, Rotorua
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs M. Smith (wife), Ohinemutu

SMITH, Johnny - Private 26032
- from Raurakaumanga, Huntly
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs M. Smith (wife), Raurakaumanga, Huntly

SMITH, William Hikitangaarangi - Private 813519
- from Parikino, Wanganui
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs R. Smith (mother), Putiki, Wanganui

SMITH, Tommy - Private 62622
- from Waimarama
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs Smith (mother), Waimarama

SMITH, Riki - Second Lieutenant 67473
- from Nuhaka
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs T.A. Smith (mother), Nuhaka

SMITH who played as ALL BLACKS 1897 - 2009

From the SMITH database
- FAMOUS (or INFAMOUS) SMITHs in NEW ZEALAND


... each link has a photo, a bio and details of their rugby career


Smith, Alan Edward
- born 10 December 1942 in Stratford
- played 1967 to 1970
RUGBY CLUB - Stratford
Tests : 3 - Matches : 15
All Black Number 667


Smith, Ben
- born 1 June 1986 in Dunedin
- played 2009
RUGBY CLUB - Green Island, Dunedin
Tests : 1 - Matches : 1
All Black Number 1100


Smith, Bruce Warwick
- born 4 January 1959 in Wairoa
- played 1983 to 1984
RUGBY CLUB - Hamilton HSOB
Tests : 3 - Matches : 7
All Black Number 845


Smith, Conrad Gerard
- born 12 October 1981 in Hawera
- played 2004 to 2010
RUGBY CLUB - Old Boys-University Wellington
Tests : 45 - Matches : 0
All Black Number 1044


Smith, Charles Herbert 'Herb'
- born 13 Feb 1909 - died 10April 1976 in Dunedin
- played 1934
RUGBY CLUB - Southern, Otago
Tests : 0 - Matches : 2
All Black Number 406


Smith, George William
- born 20 Sept 1874 in Auckland - died 8 Dec 1954 in Oldham, England
- played 1897 to 1905
RUGY CLUB - City, Auckland
Tests : 2 - Matches : 37
All Black Number 74


Smith, Ian Stanley Talbot
- born 20 August 1941 in Dunedin
- played 1963 to 1966
RUGBY CLUB - Gimmerburn, North Otago
Tests : 9 - Matches : 15
All Black Number 644


Smith, John Burns 'Johnny'
- born 25 Sept 1922 in Kaikohe - died 3 Dec 1974 in Auckland
- played 1946 to 1949
RUGBY CLUB - Kaikohe, Northland
Tests : 4 - Matches : 5
All Black Number 461


Smith, Peter
- born 1 Aug 1924 in Kaikhoe - died 26 Jan 1954 in Opononi
- played 1947
RUGBY CLUB - Kaikohe, Northland
Tests : 0 - Matches : 3
All Black Number 482


Smith, Ross Mervyn
- born 21 April 1929 - died 2 May 2002 in Auckland
- played 1955
RUGBY CLUB - Christchurch, Canterbury
Tests : 1 - Matches : 0
All Black Number 565


Smith, William Ernest
- born 9 March 1881 in Wellington - died 25 May 1945 in Wellington
- played 1905
RUGBY CLUB - Nelson, Nelson Bays
Tests : 1 - Matches : 0
All Black Number 138


Smith, Wayne Ross
- born 19 April 1957 in Putaruru, Waikato
- played 1980 to 1985
RUGBY CLUB - Belfast, Canterbury
Tests : 17 - Matches : 18
All Black Number 806

SNELLEX (SNELLEKSZ) Rangiora New Zealand

From a post on the OTAKEHO War Memorial dated 14th April 2010, Elaine wanting to find her anscetors ...
.. Otakeho from NZETC

Originally the name was Snelleksz in Poland but was anglasised by those arriving in New Zealand

Some of the Snellex found in New Zealand:

The PTE N Snellex of Otakeho who died of war wounds in France 27/07/1917 as mentioned in Elaine's post above has not been found at this time
- this Private Edward 'Ned' Bob Snellox served in WWI but is not mentioned as dying in the campaign
- In his 1st service for NZ in January 1916, Ned has his Next Of Kin recorded as N. Snellox (brother), Kalim, Poong, Bengal, India which ties in with what Elaine says
- In his 2nd service for NZ in October 1917 Ned has his Next Of Kin recorded as A. Hunnibell (friend), High Street, Rangiora, New Zealand
- the A. Hunnibells found are:
1870-1957 Arthur Hunnibell
- was pupil-teacher in Christchurch West School in 1885
- Headmaster of Standards I & II at Rangiora School 1893
- Headmaster of Elgin, Canterbury school in 1903
- he and his family moved back to Christchurch
- Schoolmaster of Opawa in 1916
1881-1951 Alfred George Hunnibell
- was in Standard II at Rangiora School in 1889
1897-1970 Athol George Hunnibell

Some info found so far ...

some of the BIRTHS found in NZ for Snellex in Rangiora
... 1897 Edward Hunt Snellex
... 1900 Wilfred Hunt Snellex
... 1901 Victor Snellex
18-3-1922 Edward Harold Hart Snellex
... 1923 Alfred Snellex - son of Edward Harold Hunt Snellex
... 1924 Alfred George Snellex
20-9-1927 Mary Jane Snellex
20-7-1929 Eileen Gertruda Snellex
9-5-1935 Marjorie Helen Snellex
- ? - Ethel Katharine Isabell Snellex

some of the MARRIAGES found in NZ for Snellex
1921 - Edward Snellex married Gertrude Isabella SMITH
- they farmed on Mt Thomas Rd, Fernside & moved to Rangiora
1946 - Ethel Katharine Isabella Snellex married James Coventry HEPENSTALL in Rangiora
1947 - Edward Harold Hart Snellex married Marie PEACH in Rangiora
1948 - Mary Jane Snellex married Mervyn Leslie McILROY in Rangiora
- in 1983 she was in Christchurch where she married Laurie George BRENNAN
1950 - Eileen Gertrude Snellex married Harold Cuthbert SUTHERLAND in Rangiora
1956 - Marjorie Helen Sellex married Donald Tweedale ASHWORTH

some of the DEATHS found in NZ for Snellex are:
1924 Alfred George Snellex
- died aged 3 months
1968 Edward Hunt Snellex aged 71
- born 1897
- possibly the Edward that married Gertrude below
1983 Gertrude Isabella Snellex (nee Smith) aged 80
- born 11-8-1903

some of the DEATHS found in NZ for Snelleksz are:
1964 Victor aged 63
- born 1901
1977 Wilfred Frank aged 77
- born 9-3-1900
1984 Thelma Alice aged 82
- born 12-4-1902

From the ASHBURTON GUARDIAN
- 17th December 1912

ORPHAN IMMIGRANTS on way to New Zealand
... General interest (says the Calcutta 'Statesman' of October 23) will be felt in the 12 little emigrants - six boys and six girls - who are due in Calcutta this morning, by the Darjeeling mail, en route for New Zealand. They will be accompanied by the Rev. J. A. Graham, D.D., C.I.E., hon. Superintendent of St Andrew's Colonial Homes, (Rev. Dr. John Anderson Graham) and by a lady from Kalimpong, who will escort them to their destination.
Their ages vary from 14 to 16; and their names are
William HALL
Robert OCHTERLONEY
Ernest Herbert HUGHES
Llewellyn Cattel JONES
Charles Eric STUART
Robert SNELLEKSZ
Evelyn B. FULLARTON
Rose COOPER
Mary OCHTERLONEY
Nellie SAVIGNY
Dorothy HIGGINS
Mary SINCLAIR
.. The children sailed from Calcutta on the 24th October in the British India Company's steamer SANGOLA; and at Melbourne they will tranship for Dunedin, where they will be met by he Rev. James Ponder and conducted to the situations that await them. The boys will be placed on farms, and the girls will become 'lady helps'. for domestic servants are almost unknown in New Zealand, and the 'lady help' is treated as one of the family. The expenses of the children - Rs 3600 - are being paid by 12 Calcutta firms and merchants, each contributing 300 rupees; and the money is a special fund raised for the purpose by Mr James Luke and the other members of the Executive Committee. Alreay five emigrants, four boys and one girl - have been sent to New Zealand; but this is the first large batch of children to leave Kalimpong for the Antipodes. The careers of the young emigrants will be watched here with keen interest, for the Kalimpong training of self-help and self-reliance is just what is wanted in the colonies, and the demand in Australia and New Zealand for suitable emigrants is unlimited at present. The children will be entertained at a social meeting in the United Free Church Hall in Wellesley Street. The Sheriff of Calcutta has kindly promised to preside, and the Rev. Dr. Graham and the Hon. Mr Madge will make speeches


If you have any further information or corrections that could be added to this family to help those searching for their ancestors your help would be greatly appreciated ..

SNOOK marriages New Zealand 1865 - 1932

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SOLICITORS, MAGISTRATES, ACCOUNTANTS, CLERKS & other office workers in Wellington NZ 1866

The men who worked in offices in Wellington in 1866
Solicitors, accountants, clerks etc

Allen W - Manager - Guilford St
Bannister W - Clerk - Oriental Tce
Barker R. S. - Surveyor - Johns St
Barnett A. A. - Auctioneer - Ghuznee St
Batkin - Treasury
Borlase C. B. - Solicitor - Tinakori Rd
Bragg - Architect - Bidwell St
Brandon A. de B - Solicitor - Lambton Quay
Bulkley - Solicitor - Manners St
Burgess W - Customs - Courtenay Pl
Campion E. J. - Clerk - Ghuznee St
Capper J. H. - Accountant - Brougham St
Carkeet S - Inspector of Customs - Boulcott St
Carroll S - Clerk - Ghuznee St
Cheeseman R - Solicitor - Hopper St
Cobham S - Surveyor - Willis St
Cochran D - Clerk - Brougham St
Cole - Clerk - Webb St
Cook E - Clerk - Molesworth St
Eager R - Clerk - Haining St
Eglinton B - Clerk - Thorndon Quay
Emmett R - Clerk - Revans St
Foster - Clerk - Cuba St
Foster - Clerk - Cuba St
Franklin B - Clerk - Cuba St
Gillard J - Clerk - Herbert St
Gisborne W - Under Secretary - Wellington Tce
Gray W - Inspector - Hill St
Green H - Clerk - Pipitea St
Grey W - Clerk - Abel Smith St
Hart R - Notary Public - Lambton Quay
Haselden J. A. - Clerk - Adelaide Rd
Hastings W - Clerk - Abel Smith St
Healy D. J. - Loan Negotiator - Willis St
Hickson A - Auctioneer - Ghuznee St
Hill T - Custom Officer - Courtenay Pl
Hoggard J. F. - Postmaster - Wellington Tce
Holdsworth G - Clerk - Tinakori Rd
Holdsworth J. G. - Agent - Tinakori Rd
Holmes W - Clerk - Wellington Tce
Horner J. H. - Auctioneer - Cuba St
Izard C. B. - Solicitor -Kumutoto St
Izard C. B. - Solicitor - Willis St
James - Accountant - Vivian St
Johnston A. J. - Judge
Jordan G - Clerk - Molesworth St
Kells J - Clerk - Tory St
Laing J - Clerk - Ghuznee St
Lambert R - Clerk - Sydney St
Lewis D - Commissioner - Tinakori Rd
Lewis T. W. - Clerk - Tory St
Lifle - Clerk - Mulgrave St
Lodger R. S. - Agent P.N.Z. & A.R.M. Co - Wellington Tce
Luxford W - Inspector - Motorua St
Mann J - Accountant - Daniell St
Martin C - Clerk - Tasman St
Masters - Clerk - Taranaki St
Maunslem - Clerk - Taranaki St
McDonald - Clerk - Taranaki St
Meier G - Custom's Officer - Vivian St
Millwood H - Clerk - Tory St
Mitchell H - Clerk - Ghuznee St
Moore - Solicitor - Thorndon Quay
Morgan W - Clerk - Ghuznee St
Nancarrow - Marine Board - Wellington Tce
Osgood E. G. - Clerk - Fraser's Lane
Patton R. W. - Clerk - Boulcott St
Pilcher H - Clerk - Hopper St
Pilcher T - Commission Agent - Ghuznee St
Pilcher T. W. - Custom House Agent - Custom House St
Plimpton - Clerk - Hawkestone St
Raine D - Clerk - Tinakori Rd
Ramsay J - Clerk - Taranaki St
Raymond W. J. - Clerk - Wellington Tce
Rees J - Surveyor - Vivian St
Reid N - Clerk - Tinakori Rd
Reid - Solicitor - Custom House Qu
Reid - Solicitor - Vivian St
Richardson W - Clerk - Willis St
Roberts - Clerk - Haining St
Robertson W - Auctioneer - Nairn St
Robinson E - Clerk - Hawkestone St
Rolleston W - Clerk - Molesworth St
Rowden A. E. - Clerk - Ghuznee St
Schulze H - Clerk - Tasman St
Schwartz G - Clerk - Vivian St
Seed W - Collector Customs - Woolcombe St
Sewell H - Solicitor - Pipitea St
Smart - Clerk - Brougham St
Smith B - Clerk - Wellington Tce
Smith - Clerk - Cuba St
Smith J. E. - Solicitor - Pipitea St
Snelson G - Clerk - Willis St
Snow - Clerk - Vivian St
Stevenson J. P. - Clerk - Tory St
Tagg J - Clerk - Willis St
Tate E. H. - Accountant - Ghuznee St
Temperley - Clerk - Quin St
Wallace J - Clerk - Wellington Tce
Wallace J. H. - Auctioneer - Lambton Qu
Wallis D - Clerk - Tinakori Rd
Ward C - Clerk - Ghuznee St
Ward D - Resident Magistrate - Molesworth St
Widdon W - Clerk - Ingestre St
Williamson J. H. - Clerk - Pipitea St
Wingate - clerk - Wallace St
Woodward J - Assistant Treasurer - Hill St
Wyatt E - Clerk Ingestre St

some BATEUP marriages in New Zealand between 1882 - 1928

some of the BATEUP marriages in New Zealand 1882 - 1928:

Amy Bateup
- married Allan Win in 1914

Edward Bateup (1841-1933)
- married Mary Haycock (1863-1950) in 1882

Edward Bateup
- married Jane Winifred Olive Smart (1898-1981) in 1920

Eva Mary Bateup
- married Norman Stratford in 1925

Frank Bateup (1884-1962)
- married Rose Lammas (1884-1967) in 1913

Herbert Bateup
- married Edna Pearl Haycock in 1913

Herbert Bateup (1889-973)
- married Clara Winifred Fell (1899-1981) in 1928

Minnie Bateup
- married Stanley Harcourt Wearing in 1924

Olive Bateup
- married Percy Hercules Kelling in 1912

Roy Bateup
- married Dora Winifred Burgh in 1919

Wesley Bateup
- married Mabel Elizabeth/Patricia McKay (1887-1966) in 1928

some BLINKHORNE marriages in New Zealand between 1887 - 1930

some of the BLINKHORNE marriages in New Zealand between 1887 - 1930:

Alma Ellaline Blinkhorne
- married Ernest Edward NAPIER in 1914

Archer Blinkhorne
- son of John Kite & Mary Ellen Blinkhorne
- married May PEARSON in 1928

Elsie May Blinkhorne
- married Albert Edward Richard Kennard EDGECOMBE in 1923

Helen Hannah Blinkhorne (1892-1979)
- born in Masterton
- Hannah died in Auckland and is buried in Purewa Cemetery
- an article in the NZ HERALD 30 July 1979 reads: Gichard Helen Hannah. Dearly beloved sister of Kathleen (Mrs Hansen) and Rose (Mrs Armiger), dear friend of Tom Gover. At rest
- married Francis Edward "Frank" GICHARD (1893-1979) in 1919
- Frank was born in Wanganui, 1 of 10 children to William George GICHARD & Hannah BEST
- he served in WWI with the 1st NZEF, 17th reinforcements
- he died in Henderson, Auckland

John Bertie Blinkhorne
- son of John Kite & Mary Ellen Blinkhorne
- in November 1924 John (& Leonard William BALL) were sentenced to 12 months probation for theft of goods from th Masterton W.F.C.A.
- married Rose ANDERSON in 1929

John Kite Blinkhorne (1865-1931)
- married Mary Ellen CHANDLER in 1887
- lived in Lamsdowne, Masterton
- had a Hairdressing Business in Masterton
- he died aged 66
- buried 31-7-1931 Plot JKB, Row 10, Plan VI at Archer St Masterton
- Mary died 29-12-1945 aged 77 and is buried with him

Kathleen Blinkhorne
- married Peter HANSEN in 1921

Lorna Ella Blinkhorne
- married Rowland Charles WRIGHT in 1930

Mary Ellen Blinkhorne
- married Ronald Arnold OAKLY in 1930

Rayner William John Blinkhorne
- married Coralie Elizabeth HASSALL in 1930

Rosena Alice Blinkhorne
- married Norman Benjamin ARMIGER in 1928

Thomas Blinkhorne
- married Nellie GRAY in 1900

William John Blinkhorne
- son of John Kite & Mary Ellen Blinkhorne
- married Annie WOODS in 1911
- was a Paperhanger in Masterton
- died 23-7-1957 aged 67
- buried Plot WJB, Row 17, Plan VIII at Archer St Masterton
- Annie died 3-11-1971 aged 78 and is buried with him