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URWIN marriages New Zealand - GROOMS 1893-1930

the known URWIN marriages New Zealand 1893 - 1930:

see also Thomas Alfred URWIN (Adolphus Alfred Thomas Urwin)


the GROOMS

Albert Urwin (1881-1976)
- married Henrietta Marie SUBRITZKY (1885-1970) in 1904
- their known children:
* 1904 - Iris Evelyn Urwin
* 1907 - Albert Leslie Urwin


Albert Edward Urwin (1879-1971)
- married Edith TURNER (1879-1966) in 1906
- their known children:
* 1907 - Alfred George urwin
* 1910 - Elizabeth Joyce Urwin
* 1912 - Gladys Edith Urwin


Albert Edward Urwin (1902-1980)
- married Amelia CARTER in 1927
- he married Una Margaret FULFORD-QUINLIVAN (1915-1990) (see comments below)


Bertie Hope Urwin
- married Martha Irene STORIE (1875-1963 nee ORLUSKI) in 1920 (a widow)
- Martha had first married Robert Shaw STORIE (1869-1913) in 1900
they had a daughter:
* 1902 - Irene Margare Storie
- Martha was registered as a Barmaid in Dunedin in July 1911
- Robert died 7 Dec 1913 & is buried Southern Cemetery Dunedin
- Martha was a widow at 6 Stafford Street, Caversham in 1914
- she died 19 Feb 1963 aged 88 & buried Plot 70, Block 239 Andersons Cemetery Dunedin. Her last address was Buggleugh St., Dunedin


Ernest Arthur Urwin (1874-1954)
- son of Thomas Alfred Urwin
- married Ethel Annie JOHNSTONE 27 June 1901 at Oxford House, Hawera
- their known children:
* 1902 - Albert Edward urwin
* 1903 - Ethel Blanche Urwin
* 1905 - Ernest Arthur Urwin
* 1907 - Edna May Urwin


Francis Victor Urwin (1882-1949)
- married Maud Eva TYNAN (1890-1960) 24 Oct 1910
- their known children:
* 1909 - Emily Eva Urwin
* 1911 - Arthur Francis Urwin


Frank Urwin
- married Emma BROWN in 1914


George William Urwin (1892-1951)
- married Alice Alma MATHERS (1880-1940) in 1913


Jack Harman Urwin (1894-1979)
- married Julia O'SULLIVAN (1891-1975) in 1917


James Gardiner Urwin
- married Louisa Winifred LARAMAN in 1930


James Huia Urwin (1905-1985)
- married Hilda May MANTTAN (1906-1988) in 1928


Martin Urwin
- married Florence Isabel HEIFORD in 1926


Robert Harrogate Urwin (1883-1920)
- son of John Thomas URWIN & Mary Ann HARROGATE who arrived in NZ on the Tongariri in 1886
- he married Susannah ALLSOPP in 1910
- their known children:
* 1911 - Gladys Mary Urwin
- Robert died 13 June 1920 aged 37 & is buried at Karori, Wellington
- Susannah next married Edward Percy CRESSWELL in 1929


Thomas Urwin (1902-1995)
- married Janet Hannah PHINN (1903-1987) in 1925


Thomas Arthur Urwin (1902-1961)
- married Dorothy Grace NEILSON (1901-1974) in 1926


Thomas Charles Urwin
- married Muriel Eva Augusta GENTLES (1891-1969) in 1910
- their known children:
* 1911 - Gloria Alice Urwin
* 1912 - Jack Herbert Urwin


Thomas Henry Urwin (1888-1963)
- married Norah Gracie PINKNEY in 1918


Walter Urwin (1872-1943)
- married Kate Annie IRVINE (1877-1959) in 1900
- 2 known children:
* 1902 - Thomas Arthur Urwin
* 1910 - Rebecca Marjorie Urwin


Walter Gilligan Urwin (1877-1943)
- son of Thomas Alfred Urwin
- married Annie Elizabeth BROWN (1883-1966) in 1910


William James Urwin (1881-1959)
- married Margaret Adelaide Maud (1883-1972) in 1911
- 2nd of 7 children of George MAUD (1845-1935) & Margaret McClure LEES (1856-1916)


William John Urwin (1869-1960)
- son of Thomas Alfred Urwin
- married Ada Annie HARMAN(1868-1939) in 1893
- their known children:
* 1894 - Jack Harman Urwin
* 1896 - William Roy Harman Urwin
* 1897 - Esme Myra Urwin


the BRIDES


PHOTO
Grave of Robert Shaw STORIE (1869-1913)
at Dunedin
(first husband of Martha Irene Storie nee Orluski)


3 comment(s), latest 1 year, 6 months ago

V surnames buried Palmerston North Cemeteries VAIKVEE to VASEY

the V surname burials in the Palmerston North Cemeteries as at June 2011

the cemeteries are:
* Ashhurst
* Kelvin Grove
* Terrace End

... NOTE: all burials are at Kelvin Grove unless stated otherwise

VAIKVEE to VASEY

VEAL to VEYSEY

VIAL to VLIEG

VOSCASIVICH to VYVER


VAIKVEE, KUNO 28/04/1980

VAIL, JAMES KNIGHT 04/03/1939

VAISINGANO, FANE 06/02/1988
VAISINGANO, SOANE 14/01/2003
VAISINGANO, TEVITA 09/03/2007

VALENTINE, ALEXA ALICE 12/09/2001
VALENTINE, ARTHUR HENRY LINDSAY 16/05/1981
VALENTINE, ELSIE THEODOSIA 24/08/1980
VALENTINE, ELSIE THEODOSIA 24/08/1980
VALENTINE, FRANCES VICTORIA MAY 13/07/1978
VALENTINE, JOHN EDWIN 03/05/2003
VALENTINE, KENNETH FRANK 30/03/2002
VALENTINE, ROBERT GEORGE 11/06/2008
VALENTINE, THOMAS ALFRED 12/07/1969
VALINTINE, LINDSAY THOMAS HENRY 09/11/1979
VALINTINE, MINNIE 10/08/2000

VALLANCE, PEARL ELLEN 03/10/1977

VALLANDER, VIOLET ELIZABETH 21/11/1996
VALLENDER, ANNIE 07/02/1972
VALLENDER, DORIS LILLIAN 10/09/1990
VALLENDER, GEORGE 23/12/1970
VALLENDER, GLADYS JOY 05/08/2005
VALLENDER, HERBERT JAMES 05/03/2001
VALLENDER, LYNETTE 26/07/1950 at Terrace End Cemetery

VALLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS JOSEPH 30/08/1995

VAN ARDEN, MARIE THERESE 26/10/2010 at Terrace End

VAN ASSEMA, MARIA JOSEPHINE ANTONIA 23/02/1982

VAN BAAR, EDITH AMEDEE 19/06/2002

VAN BRUGGE, HENDRICK 29/09/1974

VAN DAATSELAAR, GERARDUS ADRIANUS 12/09/2008

VAN DE HOST, UNKNOWN 18/12/1964

VAN DE WEYER, EUGENE MARIA 19/06/2000

VAN DE WIEL, SAPPHYRE MARY HELENA 06/02/1984

VAN DEN BEND, DARREN 23/07/1968

VAN DEN BRINK, WILHELMINA ANTONIA THERESIA 30/01/2003

VAN DER MOLEN, BEVERLEY CATHERINE 25/02/2003

VAN DER VEEN, ANDRE GERARDUS 23/01/1974
VAN DER VEEN, TROY PHILIP 27/05/1967
VAN DE WAARDT, MARIA 27/10/2010


VAN DER VOSSEN, FRANSISCUS MARIA 13/06/1999

VAN DER WERFF, JOHN ANDREW 05/03/1999

VAN DER ZWAN, ALBERT 25/08/1986

VAN DINGENEN, PETER CATHRINA 26/04/1986

VAN DOORN, JOHN LAURUS 23/10/1997

VAN DUIN, CORNELIA MARGARETHA 16/03/2002
VAN DUIN, DIANA MARIA 25/12/2009
VAN DUIN, MARGARETHA JACOBA MARIA 25/02/2009

VAN ECHTEN, ARIE 31/10/1997

VAN EYK, JOHANNES 18/11/2007

VAN GELDERE, JOHANNA SUSANNA MARIA 08/08/1998
VAN GELDERE, MATTHEW J J 07/10/1970

VAN HALE, BETTE MEREDITH 03/07/2002
VAN HALE, MARTIN JOHN 08/03/2005

VAN HELMOND, HELENA MARIA HUBERTINA 13/02/1981
VAN HELMOND, PETRUS FRANCISCUS 26/06/2010

VAN HOOFF, THOMAS JOHANNES CORNELIS 01/01/1996

VAN KEMPEN, JACOBUS GERARDUS HUBERTUS MARIA 03/10/2000

VAN KRAAYENOORD, JOHANNA LOUISA 02/04/2007

VAN LIENEN, JOHANNES JACOBUS 27/09/1998

VAN NIMWEGEN, ALBERT 25/03/2000

VAN REENEN, MAURITS 26/11/1987
VAN REENEN, NELLY GRETA 03/04/1989

VAN ROOYEN, JOHN DENNIS 21/04/1983

VAN SPIJK, CORNELIS MARINUS 03/12/1981
VAN SPIJK, JOHANNA JACOBA 24/05/2010

VAN VEEN, GERARDUS PETRUS MARIA 06/12/2007
VAN VEEN, MARIA HERMINA ANTONIA 23/08/1997

VAN VOORTHUYSEN, CAROLYN 09/12/1981

VANCE, ROBERT 27/10/1918 at Terrace End Cemetery

VANDER-BYL, JASON BRAE 20/05/1989
VANDERBYL, PIETER MARINUS 19/01/2007

VANDERWOLF, MARY REID 29/07/1957

VANEY, REBECCA 29/01/1970

VANGIONI, THOMAS GEORGE 13/05/2005

VAN-MEER, QUENTIN 23/10/1972

VARCOE, DANIEL PRICE 30/05/1955
VARCOE, IAN STUART 27/02/2000
VARCOE, OLIVE 28/05/1970

VARGA, KAROLY ISTVAN 12/09/1997

VARLEY, FREDERICK WILLIAM 07/05/1963

VARNHAM, LAURENCE ROGER 11/12/1989

VARTHA, THIRZA DOREEN 05/04/1992

VASIL, EILEEN 20/06/1997

VASILEFF, DIMO J 09/12/1962
VASILEFF, GEORGETA 14/07/1965

VAUGHAN, BERNARD VICTOR 18/07/1975
VAUGHAN, CHARLES AUBURN 29/05/1941
VAUGHAN, CHARLES JOSEPH 09/09/1992
VAUGHAN, EDWARD 07/01/1891 at Terrace End
VAUGHAN, ESTHER EMMA 25/12/1990
VAUGHAN, HARRY 13/09/1968
VAUGHAN, HENRY 02/06/1962
VAUGHAN, ISABEL G 16/01/1965
VAUGHAN, JANE 03/05/1918 at Terrace End
VAUGHAN, JEAN RAUMA 27/04/1990
VAUGHAN, JOAN DOROTHY 15/08/1997
VAUGHAN, MARY ELIZABETH 04/02/1971
VAUGHAN, MARY MARGARET HARGREAVES 11/02/1914 at Terrace End

VAUTIER, ADA 07/02/1957
VAUTIER, CATHERINE WILHELMINA 12/06/1989
VAUTIER, ERIC REGINALD 18/11/1977
VAUTIER, FRANK WILLIAM HENRY 18/12/1996
VAUTIER, FREDERICK PETER L 05/10/1909 at Terrace End
VAUTIER, FREDERICK PETER L 13/11/1906 at Terrace End
VAUTIER, IVAN EDWIN 09/08/1997
VAUTIER, KENNETH WILLIAM 08/05/2007
VAUTIER, MAVIS ERENI 17/04/1981
VAUTIER, PHILIP 11/03/1898 at Terrace End
VAUTIER, REGINALD DE JERSEY 27/10/1949
VAUTIER, UNKNOWN 13/03/1941 at Terrace End

VAZEY, REGINALD STANLEY 01/11/2000

V surnames buried Palmerston North Cemeteries VEAL to VEYSEY

the V surname burials in the Palmerston North Cemeteries as at June 2011

the cemeteries are:
* Ashhurst
* Kelvin Grove
* Terrace End

... NOTE: all burials are at Kelvin Grove unless stated otherwise

VAIKVEE to VASEY

VEAL to VEYSEY

VIAL to VLIEG

VOSCASIVICH to VYVER


VEAL, MARY PATRICIA 10/03/1996

VEALE, BERRIE VALMAI 29/06/2003
VEALE, BRUCE 31/10/2002
VEALE, ELIZABETH LILIAN 24/09/1983
VEALE, GEORGE PERCY 27/07/1980
VEALE, GWENDOLINE DELORES MAY 18/08/1987
VEALE, HIRAINA 21/07/1985
VEALE, JANE 19/06/1977
VEALE, JOHN ANDREW 10/03/1999
VEALE, JOHN RICHARD 07/09/1990

VEEN, ISABEL 31/07/1921 Terrace End

VEITCH, JOHN SPENCE 23/04/1909 Terrace End

VELOSA-GUZMAN, AFRANIO 03/09/2000

VELVIN, BARBARA ANN 09/05/2003
VELVIN, NEILL STUART 03/11/1991

VENABLES, NORMAN EDWARD 14/09/1996

VENN, AGNES GRAHAM 04/12/1947 Terrace End
VENN, CHRISTINA CATHERINE 10/03/1930 Terrace End
VENN, HAROLD 23/09/1883 Terrace End
VENN, MARY ELLEN C 29/09/1937 Terrace End
VENN, RONALD THOMAS 31/01/1938 Terrace End
VENN, WILLIAM 26/06/1904 Terrace End

VENNELL, CLAUD GEORGE 26/12/1973
VENNELL, EDNA ELLEN 14/07/1979

VENNING, SAMUEL JAMES 12/08/1955

VENTER, JUANITA MAIRE CLARA 27/05/1990

VERCOE, ALLISON 14/01/1965
VERCOE, FLORENCE MABEL 08/08/1977
VERCOE, FRANCIS EMBOY 30/09/1975
VERCOE, LILIAN ADA 29/09/1971
VERCOE, MARY ELIZABETH 07/07/1895 Terrace End
VERCOE, ROBERT 07/05/1892 Terrace End

VEREY, WILLIAM ARTHUR 24/07/1926 Terrace End

VERITY, JAMES WILLIAM 07/08/1981

VERLINT, SONJA NANCY 06/09/1997

VERMANDEL, HENDRIK JOHANNES 31/12/1987

VERNON, BEATRICE EMILY 25/09/1976 Terrace End
VERNON, DOUGLAS 02/05/1959
VERNON, DOUGLAS V 19/10/1953
VERNON, JEANNIE 30/08/1962
VERNON, JOHN EDWARD 08/11/1918 Terrace End
VERNON, JOHN STEWART 06/05/1967
VERNON, LILY ISOBEL 03/02/1987
VERNON, MARGARET DAVIDSON 05/01/1944 Terrace
VERNON, UNKNOWN 19/02/1987

VERRY, ANNIE 26/08/1941 Terrace End
VERRY, ELSIE LUELLA 10/06/1929 Terrace
VERRY, ROY WILLIAM 11/07/2003
VERRY, THOMAS 08/08/1916 Terrace End Cemetery
VERRY, THOMAS ESMOND 22/04/1916 Terrace End
VERRY, THOMAS HERBERT 02/11/1940 Terrace End

VERSEY, CHARLES HENRY 05/09/1999

VERTELMAN, CHRISTINA MARIA 13/08/2000

VERTONGEN, FRANCIS CLIFFORD 12/11/1944 Terrace End
VERTONGEN, KATHLEEN MARGARET 09/07/1913 Terrace End
VERTONGEN, NGAIRE FRANCES 23/08/2002

VERVOORT, ANTHONY MARIUS LEO 05/05/1993

VERWEY, TRUITIE ALBERTHA MARIA 06/03/1997

VESTY, ELLA 25/05/1960
VESTY, JOHN 01/06/1974
VESTY, SIDNEY 22/11/1980

VETTE, FREDERICK LUDOVICA 19/05/1948

VEYSEY, ALICE JEAN 11/06/1983
VEYSEY, ERNEST WILLIAM 15/01/1971
VEYSEY, SUSAN ANNE 13/05/1945

V surnames buried Palmerston North Cemeteries VOCASIVICH to VYVER

the V surname burials in the Palmerston North Cemeteries as at June 2011

the cemeteries are:
* Ashhurst
* Kelvin Grove
* Terrace End

... NOTE: all burials are at Kelvin Grove unless stated otherwise

VAIKVEE to VASEY

VEAL to VEYSEY

VIAL to VLIEG

VOSCASIVICH to VYVER


VOCASIVICH, DONALD PETER 10/07/1922 at Terrace End
VOSCASIVICH, (Vocasivich?) PHOEBE ALICE 28/04/1984

VOGEL, WOLFGANG ERNST 02/10/1996

VOICE, FRANK ALBERT 29/04/1979
VOICE, MARGUERITA RHODA 05/04/1998
VOICE, MAURICE ALLAN 19/07/2000

VOIGHT, EMILY 11/08/1949

VOIKVEE, HILDEGARD 22/08/1976

VOITREKOVSKY, JAMES ANTONY 23/11/1918 at Terrace End

VOLLER, IVY 26/12/1984

VOORDEWIND, ELIZABETH DIEVWERTJE 12/02/1983

VOS, CORNELIA 14/04/2005
VOS, JAN 13/05/1994

VOSS ESTATE, MAX RAYNOR 04/01/2009
VOSS, ADA JANE 15/01/1929 at Terrace End
VOSS, ANNIE 30/03/1891 at Terrace End
VOSS, BABY 23/04/1921 at Terrace End
VOSS, BERTHA ERNESTINE 17/04/1982
VOSS, CHRISTIAN 30/06/1919 at Terrace End
VOSS, CHRISTIAN JORGEN 14/07/1958
VOSS, DONALD 10/06/1994
VOSS, EFFIE SARAH J 15/11/1965
VOSS, ELLEN MARIE 26/04/1980 at Terrace End
VOSS, ESTHER MAY 17/11/1954
VOSS, FRANK MAX 14/08/1989
VOSS, HILDA 17/03/1913 at Terrace End
VOSS, HILDA CHRISTINA 12/06/1967 at Terrace End
VOSS, HOLGAR 09/05/1959
VOSS, JACK CLARENCE 27/11/1981
VOSS, JESSIE EILEEN 23/05/1963
VOSS, JOHANNA MARIA 04/01/1914 at Terrace End
VOSS, JORGEN 12/03/1911 at Terrace End
VOSS, KATHLEEN NGAIRE 06/01/2008
VOSS, KLARA LAURINE 16/02/1979
VOSS, LEONARD EARL 27/04/2008
VOSS, MAREN 30/08/1934 at Terrace End
VOSS, MARGARET ELIZABETH 15/11/1938 at Terrace End
VOSS, MARX WILHELM 28/06/1951
VOSS, MAURICE GRAEME 03/05/2010
VOSS, MAX 11/10/1932 at Terrace End
VOSS, MAX 12/06/1923 at Terrace End
VOSS, MELVIN JOHN 27/02/1951
VOSS, NOELINE RADDON 20/06/2009
VOSS, OSCAR 04/08/1920 at Terrace End
VOSS, PAMELA MARY 29/05/1980
VOSS, ROBERT ERIC 24/12/1996
VOSS, SARAH 17/01/1900 at Terrace End
VOSS, UNKNOWN 10/01/1927 at Terrace End
VOSS, WALTER 26/10/1962
VOSS, WALTER GEORGE 02/09/1982

VOWELL, CHRISTOPHER CLARE 01/03/1984
VOWELL, DORIS ISABEL 12/08/1975
VOWELL, HARRY 28/11/1977
VOWELL, IVY ESTELLE 07/11/1966
VOWELL, MARGARET CAMPBELL 24/07/2005
VOWELL, RONALD ARTHUR 15/03/2006

VOWLES, DUDLEY 14/03/1986
VOWLES, EDITH BEATRICE 18/07/1963
VOWLES, VIVIAN NETHERCOTE 18/02/1980

VOYCE, CHARLOTTE 13/11/1919 at Terrace End
VOYCE, EDNA LAURA FLORENCE 10/09/2001
VOYCE, HENRY WILLIAM 18/11/1946 at Terrace End

VOYSEY, BRIDGET 21/10/1907 at Terrace End
VOYSEY, GEORGE 26/04/1896 at Terrace End
VOYSEY, WILLIAM 13/09/1924 at Terrace End

VRIENS, PIETER CORNELIUS 22/11/1996

VUJOVIC, BAN

VUUR, TYMON 02/04/1997

VYVER, HOBBE TIENUS 23/01/2006

V surnames buried Palmerston North VIAL to VLIEG

the V surname burials in the Palmerston North Cemeteries as at June 2011

the cemeteries are:
* Ashhurst
* Kelvin Grove
* Terrace End

... NOTE: all burials are at Kelvin Grove unless stated otherwise

VAIKVEE to VASEY

VEAL to VEYSEY

VIAL to VLIEG

VOSCASIVICH to VYVER


VIAL, VERA MARION 06/07/1980

VIBERT, AGNES LILLIAN 28/08/1977
VIBERT, HERBERT BRADFIELD 20/11/1991
VIBERT, JEANIE PHYLLIS 16/04/2001
VIBERT, MARGARET MURIEL 27/07/1988
VIBERT, RALPH AINGER 20/03/1982

VICKERS, ELIZABETH ANNE 21/03/1971
VICKERS, GORDON HEDLEY 27/04/1987
VICKERS, JOANNE 10/07/2009
VICKERS, JOHN 22/05/1978
VICKERS, KENNETH JOSEPH 22/01/2004
VICKERS, NOELINE ELIZABETH 30/09/2002
VICKERS, PHYLLIS 21/03/1974

VICKERY, ANDREW 17/08/1980
VICKERY, CHARLES EDWARD 17/06/1987
VICKERY, DAPHNE 29/07/1966
VICKERY, GEORGE THOMAS 26/07/2006
VICKERY, IVAN MAURICE 28/01/1941
VICKERY, MAVIS DOREEN 19/10/1994
VICKERY, RONALD ANDREW PETER 03/04/1968
VICKERY, RUSSELL 23/09/2004

VIDAK, JULIA ANNE MARGARET 27/03/1972

VIDOT, AGNES EMILIE 18/06/1995

VIETMEYER, CARL BERNARD 12/03/1973

VIGERS, CHARLES SPENCER 10/01/1982
VIGERS, EDITH EDNA 07/08/1983

VIGIS, MAY 10/07/1996

VIGUS, JEAN 22/10/1998
VIGUS, JOHN 16/02/1996
VIGUS, STEPHEN 08/11/1986

VILE, AGNES ANN 19/09/1951
VILE, ALMA THERESE 28/02/1962
VILE, CLARA FANNY 15/07/1981
VILE, DUDLEY WARBURTON 06/01/1983
VILE, EVELINE 29/08/1986
VILE, HENRY 25/12/1928
VILE, JESSIE SYLVIA 10/02/1997
VILE, LEONARD JAMES 01/07/1970
VILE, MARTHA 22/06/1935 Terrace End
VILE, NORMAN ALFRED 10/10/1940
VILE, PEARL EMILY 07/09/1976
VILE, PHYLLIS EVA 30/07/1932
VILE, RAYNER FERGUSSON 14/03/2002
VILE, UNKNOWN 23/02/1969
VILE, UNKNOWN 26/10/1951 Terrace End
VILE, WILLIAM 12/03/1937

VILES ESTATE, UNITY ANNE 11/05/2009
VILES, CHARLES FRANKLYN 22/01/1987
VILES, DULCIE LORRAINE 24/01/1996
VILES, GORDON ANZAC 11/04/1980
VILES, HOWARD GALPIN 04/05/1991
VILES, MARGARETHA ELLEN 19/05/1990
VILES, MARY BEATRICE 11/08/1972
VILES, MAVIS HELEN ANN 14/09/1978
VILES, PHYLLIS ALMA 26/02/1987
VILES, RICHARD JOHN 10/01/2001
VILES, UNKNOWN 10/09/1948 Terrace End
VILES, VALENCIA RUTH 05/09/1963

VILLARS, FRANCIS WILLIAM 23/10/1917 Terrace End

VINCE, SHIRLEY JUNE 19/04/1974

VINCENT, ADA 23/10/1980
VINCENT, ALBERT ERNEST 15/09/1944
VINCENT, AMY BRYDER at Ashhurst
VINCENT, ANNIE MARIA 11/03/1949
VINCENT, ARTHUR 22/11/1947
VINCENT, CATHERINE 20/05/1938
VINCENT, CECIL HOWARD at Ashhurst
VINCENT, EDWARD 03/06/1931
VINCENT, FREDERICK CHARLES 03/10/1967
VINCENT, JACK HOWARD 1927 at Ashhurst
VINCENT, LAURENCE PERCY GEORGE 25/09/1995
VINCENT, LILY ELLEN at Ashhurst
VINCENT, MARGARET 26/04/1955
VINCENT, MAVIS ALMA 12/08/1988
VINCENT, MURIEL ETHEL 27/10/1962
VINCENT, PAUL DAVID 28/11/1980
VINCENT, QUENTIN JOHN 29/11/2000
VINCENT, RAYMOND GERALD 06/03/1982
VINCENT, ROBERT HOWARD at Ashhurst
VINCENT, UNA ALICE MARY 26/06/1979
VINCENT, WILLIAM ALBERT 20/09/1970

VINE, ELLIS BOWLER 10/09/1949

VINING, ANNA ELIZABETH 06/06/2000
VINING, ANNIE 11/10/1941
VINING, CLARENCE GEORGE BLAND 26/11/1960
VINING, DAPHNE MARION 26/12/1980
VINING, JAMES 04/10/1935
VINING, LAURA EVA 24/12/1964 (nee GIRLING)
VINING, PERCIVAL CHARLES 24/03/1960
VINING, RONALD ARTHUR 08/11/1984
VINING, RONALD GEORGE 13/08/1981
VINING, UNKNOWN 18/05/1943
VINING, WALTER ROY 02/02/2001

VINSEN, KIRIANA DONNELLE 19/07/2008
VINSEN, ROBERT ERNEST VICTOR 05/09/1964
VINSEN, SYBIL MARY 30/06/1986

VIOLICH, EDITH 03/08/1969
VIOLICH, HAZEL EILEEN 17/05/1992
VIOLICH, HYLTON SEYMOUR 25/12/1952
VIOLICH, MERVYN STUART 25/12/2009
VIOLICH, RAY CAMPBELL PATRICK 27/05/2006

VIPAN, EVE NORAH 12/10/2004

VIRIARE, JIM 02/04/1983

VIRTUE, GWENDOLINE VINA MARY 18/12/1981
VIRTUE, UNKNOWN 07/04/1957

VISSER, ANNIGJE 17/07/2003

VIVIAN, ANTHONY JOHN 20/09/1946 Terrace End
VIVIAN, DARYL NATHAN 05/12/2000
VIVIAN, GERALD WILFRED 18/03/2011
VIVIAN, JUNE 07/06/1981
VIVIAN, OLIVE ANNE MAY 05/11/1995
VIVIAN, OLIVER HENRY 04/09/1964
VIVIAN, RONALD GORDON BASIL 04/09/1987

VIZER, HINEMOA MAY 27/05/1992

VLAARDINGERBROEK, PIETER 04/02/2000

VLCEK, LUDVIK 12/08/1984
VLCEK, MARIE STEPANKA 25/09/1979
VLCEK, SANDRA PAULETTE 20/01/2005

VLIEG, MARIJCKE 28/09/2009


PHOTO
GRAVE of James & Annie VINING
- Plot 006, Block 004, Area C at kelvin Grove


V surnames on PECK of Taita

The tree, PECK of Taita, contains many early settler families of New Zealand. Started in 2008 as a Family Tree of Samuel PECK, it now contains thousands of people who are not at all related to him, but are still connected (in varying degrees) through generations of marriages. The site has therefore been changed to a 'Genealogy Help Site' for those researching 'Kiwis' in all NZ districts

The names on the tree as at 16 Sep 2010 ... amended 20 Sep 2013
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VAGG marriages New Zealand 1876 - 1928

known VAGG marriages in New Zealand 1876 - 1928:


the VAGG GROOMS

Albert James Vagg
- married Thisby Myrtle Roche in 1915

Charles Vagg
- married Edit Mary James in 1901

Henry William Vagg
- married Margaret Ellen Cross in 1901

William Vagg
- married Annie Olsen in 1876



the VAGG BRIDES

Edith May Vagg
- married Raymond Silas Harris in 1927

Elizabeth Olsen Vagg
- married Albert Thomas Harwood Berry in 1903

Grace Marjorie Vagg
- married Reginald Meredith Harvey in 1928

Rhoda Vagg
- married Leslie Murray Clancy in 1918

Sarah Hetty Vagg
- married Arthur James Barge in 1902

Sarah Hettye Vagg
- married Henry Alexis Charles in 1918

VALENTINE'S DAY around the world

Valentine's Day is said to have originated as far back as 496AD and is celebrated (in one way or another) in nearly every country in the world, resulting in many marriages and births which enforces the saying that "its love that makes the world go round"

... HOW WE CELEBRATE VALENTINE'S DAY

In AMERICA - Valentine's Day did not get to America until 1629 with the Puritans and then went against some of the church elders. Now consumers spend an average of $14 billion on Valentines Day ($15.8 BILLION Australian) just for the one day !!

In AUSTRALIA - Valentine's Day is a much-celebrated festival in Australia and its popularity is said to be increasing by the year. About 90 per cent of the people in the age group of 18-24 and 45 per cent of people above 50 are said to celebrate the day. Valentine's Day Festival has a history of extravagant celebrations in Australia. It is said that during the Australian gold rush period miners became extremely rich due to the new wealth found from the Ballarat Mines. These miners ordered extravagant Valentines amounting to thousands of pounds at a time

In BRAZIL - the Dia dos Namorados "Day of the Enamored", or "Boyfriends'/Girlfriends' Day") is celebrated on June 12 when couples exchange gifts, chocolates, cards and flower bouquets. This day was chosen probably because it is the day before the Festa juninas Saint Anthony's day, known there as the marriage saint, when traditionally many single women perform popular rituals, called simpatias, in order to find a good husband or boyfriend. The February 14's Valentine's Day is not celebrated at all, mainly for cultural and commercial reasons, since it usually falls too little before or after Carnival, a major floating holiday in Brazil

In BRITAIN - around 503m ($773 million Australian) is spent on cards, flowers, chocolates and other gifts for Valentine's Day. Traditionally these were sent anonymously, but nowadays it is often made clear who is sending each 'Valentine'

In CANADA - 60% of Canadians will buy a gift with the majority spending less than $50, ($53 Australian) whereas the average person in the U.S. will spend $103 ($116 Australian) on traditional Valentines Day merchandise

In CHINA - the common situation is the man gives chocolate, flowers or both to the woman that he loves

In DENMARK & NORWAY - Valentine's Day is known as Valentinsdag. It is not celebrated to a large extent but many people take time to eat a romantic dinner with their partner, to send a card to a secret love or give a red rose to their loved one

In ESTONIA - Valentine's Day is called Sbrapev, which is about remembering all your friends, not only your loved ones

In FINLAND - Valentine's Day is called Ystvnpiv which translates into "Friend's day". As the name indicates, this day is more about remembering all your friends, not only your loved ones

In FRANCE - a traditionally Catholic country, Valentine's Day is known simply as "Saint Valentin" and is celebrated in much the same way as other western countries

In GREECE there is a lot of love in the air, young men and women spend the day in each other's company, reveling in their love for each other. It is said that Cupid is the cause of the emotion of love and Valentine's Day in Greece is intricately connected with him

In GUATEMALA - it is known as the "Da del Cario" (Day of the Affection)

In INDIA - in past Valentine's Day has been explicitly discouraged by some of the Hindu fundamentalists, mainly the Shiv Sena, the Bajrang Dal and the Vishva Hindu Parishad. Since 2001 there has been each year violent clashes between shopkeepers dealing in Valentine related items and Shiv Sena die-hards, who oppose it as "cultural pollution from the west".

In IRAN - the Sepandarmazgan, or Esfandegan, is an age-old traditional celebration of love, friendship and Earth. It has nothing in common with the Saint Valentin celebration, except for a superficial similarity in giving affection and gifts to loved ones and its origins and motivations are completely unrelated. It has been progressively forgotten in favour of the Western celebration of Valentine's Day

In IRELAND - Valentine's Day in Ireland has some traditions. From the olden times St. Valentine is connected with the concept and emotion of love. Several hotels arrange special Valentine's Day packages which are appreciated by the couples

In ISRAEL - According to Jewish tradition the 15th day of the month of Av - Tu B'Av (usually late August) is the festival of love. In ancient times girls would wear white dresses and dance in the vineyards, where the boys would be waiting for them. In modern Israeli culture this is a popular day to pronounce love, propose marriage and give gifts like cards or flowers

In ITALY - This day is reserved exclusively for the lovers and family and friends do not take part or exchange gifts. On Valentine's Day in Italy couples go out for dinners at pizzeria or ristorante. 14th February has become very commercialized in Italy but traditionally gifts like chocolates, diamonds, perfumes and flowers are exchanged

In JAMAICA - they head for Montego Bay. People from all over the world gather at Jamaica to witness and to be a part of the Valentine celebrations that takes place in Montego Bay. Beach parties are organized at the Montego Bay, on Valentines Day that is accompanied with drinks and music.

In JAPAN - in 1936, Morozoff Ltd. introduce the holiday when it run an advertisement directed to foreigners. Later in 1953 it started promoting the giving of heart-shaped chocolates. Other Japanese confectionery companies followed suit later. In 1958 the Isetan department store ran a "Valentine sale". Further campaigns during the 1960s popularized the custom. The custom that only women give chocolates to men appears to have originated from the typo of a chocolate company executive in the initial campaigns. In particular, office ladies give chocolate to their co-workers. Unlike western countries, gifts such as greeting cards, candies, flowers, or dinner dates are uncommon, and most of the activity about the gifts is about giving the right amount of chocolate to each person

In NEW ZEALAND - Visiting exotic locations to spend quiet moments together is one of the ways of celebrating Valentine's Day in New Zealand. There are innumerable tour operators who offer game fishing, bush safari, paragliding and wine tours. The choices are many and each couple can decide in what way they want to spend the day. Several picnic spots are agog with revelers on Valentine's Day.

In NORFOLK - a character called 'Jack' Valentine knocks on the rear door of houses leaving sweets and presents for children. Although he was leaving treats many children were scared of this mystical person

In PAKISTAN - The Jamaat-e-Islami political party has called for the banning of the holiday and has called it "a shameful day. They claim that the holiday is an insult to Islam. Despite this the celebration is increasingly popular and the florist shops expect to sell a great amount of flowers, especially red roses

In POLAND - Poland had been behind the Iron Curtain for quite some decades, but that has not stopped the young adults in Poland exchange love vows with each other. Valentine cards and Valentine flowers are exchanged with the beloved and there are many couples who opt for dinners in restaurants. The day is spent with each other and the main issue is just being together

In PORTUGAL - it's more commonly referred to as "Dia dos Namorados" (Boy/Girlfriend's Day)

In the PHILLIPPINES - Valentine's Day is called "Araw ng mga Puso" or "Hearts Day". It is usually marked by a steep increase in the prices of flowers

In ROMANIA - the traditional holiday for lovers is Dragobete, which is celebrated on February 24. It is named after a character from Romanian folklore who was supposed to be the son of Baba Dochia. Part of his name is the word drag ("dear"), which can also be found in the word dragoste ("love"). In recent years Romania has also started celebrating Valentine's Day, despite already having Dragobete as a traditional holiday

In RUSSIA - Most of the buildings of Russia are adorned with lights for the occasion of Valentines Day. The shows and the musical concerts that are organized on Valentines Day in Russia are attended by large numbers of people. The shops of Russia on Valentines Day displays different kinds of gift items, as well as flowers and cards

In SAUDI ARABIA - in 2002 and 2008, religious police banned the sale of all Valentine's Day items, telling shop workers to remove any red items as the day is considered a Christian holiday. In 2008 this ban created a black market of roses and wrapping paper

In SLOVENIA - a proverb says that "St Valentine brings the keys of roots," so on February 14th plants and flowers start to grow. Valentine's Day has been celebrated as the day when the first work in the vineyards and in the fields commences. It is also said that birds propose to each other or marry on that day. Nevertheless, it has only recently been celebrated as the day of love. The day of love is traditionally March 12, the Saint Gregory's day

In SOUTH AMERICA - Mexico, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador etc, Valentine's Day is known as "Da del Amor y la Amistad" (Day of Love and Friendship). Although it is similar to the United States version in many ways, it is also common to see people do "acts of appreciation" for their friends.

In SOUTH KOREA - women give chocolate to men on February 14, and men give non-chocolate candy to women on March 14 (White Day). On April 14 (Black Day), those who did not receive anything on the 14th of Feb or March go to a Chinese restaurant to eat black noodles and "mourn" their single life

In SPAIN - Valentine's Day is known as "San Valentn" and is celebrated the same way as in the U.K, although in Catalonia it is largely superseded by similar festivities of rose and/or book giving on La Diada de Sant Jordi (Saint George's Day)

In SWEDEN - it is called Alla hjrtans dag ("All Hearts' Day") and was launched in the 1960s by the flower industry's commercial interests and due to the influence of American culture. It is not an official holiday but its celebration is recognized and sales of cosmetics and flowers for this holiday are only exceeded by those for Mother's Day.

In TURKEY - Valentine's Day is called Sevgililer Gn which translates into "Sweethearts' Day"

In VENEZUELA - in 2009 President Hugo Chavez said in a meeting to his supporters, for the upcoming referendum vote on February 15, that "since on the 14th there will be no time of doing nothing, nothing or next to nothing ... maybe a little kiss or something very superficial", he recommended people to celebrate a week of love after the referendum vote

In WALES - many people celebrate Dydd Santes Dwynwen (St Dwynwen's Day) on January 25 instead of or as well as St Valentine's Day. The day commemorates St Dwynwen, the patron saint of Welsh lovers. Wooden love spoons were carved and given as gifts on February 14th. Hearts, keys and keyholes were favourite decorations on the spoons. The decoration meant, "You unlock my heart!"

In ZIMBABWE - Valentine's Day in Zimbabwe is celebrated by the young people with great passion althoug the celebration is beynd the means of many

NOTES & TRADITIONS
*Valentines Day is the most popular day of the year for people to marry, over twice as many people marry then as the next most popular day - New Years Eve
*More than 37 million men will purchase flowers on Valentins Day in America alone
*In Japan many men feel embarrassed if they don't receive any chocolate on Valentine's Day. Women usually make sure to give giri-choco (obligation chocolate) to men around them so that they don't feel left out
*In In the U.S. chocolate and candy sales will climb to an estimated $935 million (over $1 billion Australian)
*The first man an unmarried woman saw on 14th February would be her future husband;
*If the names of all a girl's suitors were written on paper and wrapped in clay and the clay put into water, the piece that rose to the surface first would contain the name of her husband-to-be.
*If a woman saw a robin flying overhead on Valentines Day, it meant she would marry a sailor. If she saw a sparrow, she would marry a poor man and be very happy. If she saw a goldfinch, she would marry a rich person.
*In the Middle Ages, young men and women drew names from a bowl to see who their valentines would be. They would wear these names on their sleeves for one week.
*Men spend nearly twice as much for Valentine's Day gifts as women do
*If you are a star sign believer - Babies born on Valentine's Day are chatty, very bright, original and independent. They will learn things quickly and absorb information with great energy. A Valentine baby can be very stubborn at times and, despite valuing the company of others, also enjoys time alone. They can often appear detached from others but, despite appearances, are often thinking about those close and are extremely loyal

And one would think that 9 months later mid November would be the most common birthday around the world but it is actually beaten by early October (meaning conception of around New Years Eve) - but still ensuring that genealogsits have pleanty of work to keep them going forever ...

VARLEY marriages New Zealand 1869 - 1929

some VARLEY marriages New Zealand 1869 - 1929:

Annie Ward Varley
- married Harold William Samuel Davies in 1915

Arthur Edward Varley
- married Florence Wright in 1924

Charlotte Ann Bartlett Varley
- married Barney Pitman in 1929

Clara Varley
- married Henry George Carter in 1928

Edna May Varley
- married Edward Knight McKay in 1922

Ella Margaret Mary Varley
- married Thomas Francis Sullivan in 1929

Ellen Elizabeth Varley
- married James Rodie in 1919

Esther Varley
- married John William Sim in 1920

Gustavus Varley
- married catherine McPherson on 12 Jan 1869 in Dunedine

Herbert Varley
- married Florence May Nix in 1911

Hilda Maud Varley
- married John Cecil Henry Harding in 1924

Ivy Florence Varley
- married Albert Henry Taylor in 1912

John Edward Rudolp Varley
- married Rosanna Teresa Cook in 1894

John Robert Varley
- married Constance Rita Kent in 1917

Julia Varley
- married William Neil Campbell in 1878

Maggie Varley
- married Ernest Arthur Chester in 1911

Marian Varley
- married Percy St Clair Harboron in 1911

Miles Varley
- married Louisa Adella Tingey in 1912

Robert Varley
- married Mary McPherson in 1881

Robert Varley
- married Ellen Dorothy Irving in 1920

Ruth Varley
- married Richard Coombs in 1917

Tom Varley
- married Winifred Emma Webster in 1926

William Varley
- marriedElsie Margaret Stewart in 1920

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VAUT & VANT marriages New Zealand 1891 - 1895

some VAUT and/or VANT marriages in New zealand 1891 - 1895

the VAUT BRIDES

Harriet Phoebe Vaut (1861-1924)
- married George JAMES in 1894
- from the COLONIST 19 June 1916:
... in Chambers, on Thursday, before Mr Justice Hosking, letters of admnistration in the estate of Susanna Elizabeth Vant (sic) late of Takaka, (Nelson)deceased, intestate, were, on the application of Mr Hayes, granted to Harriet Phoebe James, of Rockville, the only sister and next-of-kin of the deceased

Rose Annie Vaut (1876-1930)
- married George BYCROFT in 1891

Susanna/Susannah Vaut (1849-1923)
- married Martin MATUSCHKA in 1895


strangley, there were no VAUT male marriages found ...

the only VAUT death found was that of:
Eliza VAUT (1846-1879)

NOTES
on 5 November 1856:
- Joseph VAUT of Lyttelton, Christchurch had an unclaimed letter

in the COLONIST 16 June 1868:
... VANT (sic) - June 6, at the residence of Mr A. SIMPSON, Washington Valley, the wife of W. Vant, of a Takaka, of a daughter


the VANT grooms married in NZ 1856 - 1931 were:

John Stephen Vant
- married Emblen Jane SEBLEY in 1923

Robert Craig Vant
- married Marjorie Scott HODDINOTT in 1931

William Vant
- married Harriet Maria BOMFORTH in 1856

William Vant
- married Margaret CRAIG in 1896
- they had:
1901 - John Stephen Vant
1907 - Herbert Stabley Vant

William Vant
- married Emily Elizabeth COPE in 1900

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