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VENDORS of POISONS - Districts of Wellington 1884

REGISTER OF VENDORS OF POISONS
for the PROVINCIAL DISTRICT of WELLINGTON


ANDERSON, Carl Leopold (1842-1914) ... Sanson

BARRAUD, Charles Decimus (1822-1897) ... Wellington
- Pharmacist, artist
BARRAUD, William Francis (1851-1926) ... Wellington
BRITTAIN, Henry ... Wellington
BURN, Robert Gibbon ... Wanganui

EVENS, Edwin Charles ... Masterton

FIFE, William ... Featherston
FITZGERALD, William C. ... Wellington

GARRATT, William Thomas (1836-1889) ... Wellington
GORDON, Thomas ... Wellington
GREATHEAD, M. ... Bulls

HANCOCK, John ... Wellington
HOGG, D. M. ... Eastown
HOGG, Allan B. ... Wanganui
- also lived in Woodville
HOOKER, Thomas ... Carterton

JOHNSTON & Co ... Wellington

LEARY, Richard ... Palmerston North
LEVIN, William Hort 'Willie' (1845-1893) ... Wellington
- Merchant, politician, philanthropist

MASON, Thomas Gange ... Masterton
MEE, George ... Wellington
MUIR, John ... Waverley

REMMINGOTN, Arthur (1856-1909) ... Palmerston North
REMMINGTON, Arthur Edward ... Bulls

SHEEHY, Michael ... Wellington
SNELSON, George Matthew (1844-1919) ... Palmerston North
- Community leader
St GEORGE, Leonard ... Greytown

TOOGOOD, William ... Featherston

WAKEFIELD, John ... Wanganui
WHITE, Frederick ... Wellington
WILLIAMSON, Hugh Bellis (1850-1926) ... Wanganui
- Hugh Bellis Williamson was born in Coleraine, Northern Ireland, the eldest child of Hugh Williamson and Sarah Caskey
WILTON, Matthew Henry (1825-1903) ... Marton

W. F. JAMES, Registrar of Poisons, Wellington, 17th January 1884

VERRY family in the Manawatu Cemeteries New Zealand

There are a number of VERRY family members buried in the Wairarapa & Manawatu

- In MANGATAINOKA cemetery PAHIATUA -
Alexander Francis - 1989 aged 70
- husband of Malda Madeline who died 17 years before him
- they lived at Makakahi Rd, Konini, Pahiatua

Alfred Edward - 1926 aged 55
- lived and farmed at Konini, Pahiatua
- son of George & Martha below

Charlotte - 1954 aged 78
- daughter of George & Martha below
- didn't marry

Francis James - Dec 1891 aged 10 weeks
- son of George and Martha below
- buried in an unknown section of the cemetery

George - 1907 aged 73
- son of THOMAS VERRY & MARY KEW of Reading Berkshire, immigrants into Wakefield, Nelson on the CLIFFORD arriving 11th May 1842 with their children:
Charles Verry aged 20 (died by drowning in Wakefield 1864)
John erry aged 18
Mary Ann Verry age 12
Charlotte Verry aged 10
George Verry aged 8
- George was born in Reading, Berkshire
- he married Martha Gibbs, when he was 31
- see next entry for list of children
- his headstone reads he died aged 74 - he was 73
- buried with Martha
- his parents and at least one brother, Charles are buried in Nelson
NOTES: a son, Samuel was born in Reading in 1826 and died in 1828 aged 2. A son, Thomas Verry was born in New Zealand in 1843 and died in 1916

Martha - 1920 aged 73
- nee GIBBS
- married George Verry, above, on 3rd May 1865
- had at least 9 children:
1866 - Mary Ann Verry
1872 - Alfred Edward Verry
1876 - Charlotte Verry
1878 - Sarah Emily Verry
1880 - Leonard George Verry
1882 - Hilda May Verry
1885 - Albert John Verry
1886 - Thomas Henry Verry
1891 - Francis James Verry
- Martha died 13 years after George - they are buried together

Mary June Patricia - 1991 aged 68
- born 5 June 1922
- was living in Levin
- buried with Thomas Henry & Ruby Olive below
- possibly a daughter or daughter-in-law
- died 40 years after Thomas and 21 years after Ruby

Malda Madeline Betty - 1972 aged 49
- wife of Alexander above
- was living in Makakahi Rd, Konini, Pahiatua

Ruby Olive Patricia - 1970 aged 77
- nee RUSKELL
- married Thomas Henry Verry in 1915
- she died 19 years after Thomas, buried with him & Mary June above

Sarah Emily - 1918 aged 39
- was living in Konini, Pahiatua
- a daughter of George & Martha above
- she is buried with them
- she didn't marry

Thomas Henry - 1951 aged 64
- he was a sheep farmer in Konini, Pahiatua
- he is buried with Ruby Olive above (possibly his wife)
- also with Mary June above

- At MANGTERA cemetery Dannevirke -
William Herbert - 1976 aged 54
- he is buried in Mangatera
- he was a gardener in Dannevirke

- At TERRACE END cemetery Palmerston North -
Annie - 1941 aged 92
- nee BURBUCH
- married Thomas in 1874
- buried with husband Thomas below
- known children were:
1875 - Alice Maude Verry
1876 - Edith Annie Verry
1878 - Thomas Herbert
1881 - Louis John Verry
1884 - Constance Mary Verry
1886 - William Reginald Verry
1889 - Frank Wakefield Verry

Elise Luella - 1929 aged 51
- nee KEALL
- was living in 10 Florence Ace, Palmerston North
- married Thomas Herbert Verry, below in 1908
- buried with him and a 5 year old son, Thomas
- they had a daughter Mildred Annie Verry in 1909, possibly others

Thomas Herbert - 1940 aged 62
- son of Thomas VERRY & Ann BURBUSH
- see siblings above
- he married Elise Luella Keall in 1908
- was a farmer living at 26 Ngata St, Palmerston North
- 5 year old son Thomas Verry is buried with him

Thomas Edmond 1916 aged 5
- probable son of Thomas & Elise above,
- he is buried with them

Thomas - 1916 aged 68
- he was a farmer
- buried with wife Annie Burbush who died 25 years after him
- a son Thomas Herbert is also buried Terrace End

Roy William - 2003 aged 81
- do not know his relationship with the others here

- At SANDON cemetery -
Thomas 1932 aged 69
- born in New Zealand, parents unknown
- he was a shoemaker
- married Amelia Mary KNIGHT in 1890
- she is buried with him

Amelia Mary "Millie" 1942 aged 76
- nee KNIGHT
- married Thomas Verry above in 1890
- she died 10 years after him
- no known children

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VICARY Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

The people with the surname V who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
indicates a link to a profile

There are only 2 burials - those of mother and daughter

#1 .. VICARY Eliza Margaret (nee GREGG) 12 March 1907 aged 26
- buried Grave 79, Block G with daughter Caroline

Eliza Margaret Gregg was born in 1880
- a daughter of Richard GREGG (1854-1913) of Ballynascadden, County Donegal, Ireland & Caroline FLETCHER (1856-1929)

Her father Richard Gregg, at the age of 17, went to the United States where he was employed by his uncle, Mr Daniel Gregg, owner of one of the richest oil producing farms in Oil Creek, Pa.
He joined the United States army in 1872 and served for a term of five years under the American flag being in several engagements with the Indians in Wyoming, Montana, and Dakota territories, notably in 1876 under General George Crook in the war with the Sioux tribes under their famous war chief Sitting Bull
Richard returned to Ireland in 1877
Richard married Caroline Fletcher (eldest daughter of Mr. John Fletcher, of Manor Cunningham, County Donegal, Ireland) on the 1st May 1878 then 19 days later, (20th May), they sailed from Belfast on the Lady Jocelyn arriving in Auckland in August.
They immediately moved down to Christchurch where they stayed for 7 years then moved up to Pahiatua and settled on their holding of 540 acres at Makakahi.

The children of RICHARD & CAROLINE:
... 1
1879 - 1908) Annie McConnell Gregg
- she was a pupil-teacher at the Makakahi School
- she married James Patrick BEECH (1863-1974) in 1903
- they lived in Konini, Pahiatua
ANNIE died aged 29 and is buried in Mangatainoka

... 2
1880 - Eliza Margaret Gregg
- Eliza married Lionel William Hubert VICARY (1881-1961) in 1905
ELIZA & LIONEL had:
#2 Caroline Esther Vicary
- Caroline was born in 1906
- she died 26 May 1907 aged 8 months
(her mother Eliza died 2 months before her)
- buried Grave 80, Block G with her mother Eliza
Lionel remarried in 1909 to Elizabeth CRAWFORD (1878-1913)
- Elizabeth died in 1913 aged 35
Lionel remarried in 1916 to Clarice Louisa SIRCOMBE (1893-1991)
LIONEL died 28 April 1961 in Blenheim aged 80
- he is buried Plot 17, Block K, RSA Lawn at Omaka cemetery
- Clarice died in 1991 aged 98

... 3
1881 -1943 Robert Fletcher Gregg
- Robert married Mary Eliza JENNINGS (1883-1952) in 1910
- Mary was 1 of 8 children) of Edward JENNINGS & Mary HINDMAN
- Robert died in 1943 aged 62
- he had been living in Tiratu, Dannevirke
- he is buried in the WWI Section at Mangatera Cemetery
- he served with the NZ Rifle Brigade, Reinforcements H Company as Rifleman 36969. His wife Mary was in Te Aroha when he embarked from Wellington on 19 January 1917

... 4
1883 - 1900 John Hayes Gregg
- John died in 1900 aged 17
- he had been living in Konini, Pahiatua
- he was killed at the Ngapaeruru block on 27 August while out bush-felling and a dead branch of a tree fell on his head
- he is buried in Mangatainoka Cemetery

... 5
1893 - 1917 Richard Gordon Wray Gregg
- born in Pahiatua & attended Dannevirke Public School, moved to Australia aged 20
- Richard served in WWI as Private 7245 with the AIF, Australian Infantry, 13 Battalion. He embarked from Sydney, his parents were living in Mangatera
Richard was Killed In Action 7 Oct 1917 at Merin Rd., France aged 24 & buried Tyne Cot Cemetery


... The A names ABBOTT to AYLWARD

... The B names BAER to BURTON

... The C names CALDER to CUNNINGHAM

... The D names DAILL to DUNSTALL

... The E names ECCLES to EVANSEN

... The F names FALCONER to FYFE

... The G names GAMMON to GUNTER

... The H names HAINES to HYNDES

... The I names ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN

... The J names JACOBI to JONES

... The K names KENNY to KUITI

... The L names LAMBERT to LYNN

... The M names MABERLY to MURRAY

... The N names NASH to NUTTALL

... The O names O'CONNOR to O'SULLIVAN

... The P names PALENSKY to PRIOR

... The R names RANKIN to RYAN

... The S names SARGISSON to SYKES

... The T names TACON to TWEEDDALE

... The V name VICARY

... The W names WALKER to WYSOCKI

... The Y name YOUNGHUSBAND

Victoria University 1934 - Diploma in Banking

Evening Post, 5 May 1934
The CAPPING CEREMONY
in Victoria University College took place at the Town Hall last night. The following degrees were conferred by Professor T. A. Hunter, vice-chancellor of the University of New Zealand

DIPLOMA in BANKING
BARFORD, Cecil Dudley
married Olga Una WARREN in 1925

BARNETT, Alfred Arnold (1905-1988)
born 1905 to John Denis BARNETT & Helen PAGE (married 1896)

BLACKMAN, Frank Joseph
born 1910 to Arnold BLACKMAN & Dorothy Emily COBB (married 1907)

BULLOCK-DOUGLAS, George Arthur Hardy (1911-1958)
born 1911 to George Gilbert BULLOCK & Mary Emily McLEOD (married 1910)
his father was teacher in Wanganui when called to Boer War

FLEMING, Robert Neal (1910-1975)
born 1910 to Robert FLEMING & Elsie Beatrice McLEAN (married 1910)

FOWLER, Henry Arthur Douglas (1901-1969)
born 1901 to Henry FOWLER & Maria Henrietta MORLEY (married 1890)
Henry married Marjorie Ellen TRENT in 1930

GOVER, John Frederick
born 1911 to Robert Howard GOVER & Jane Fredrika/Fredina GOODALE (married 1909). Robert Howard Gover was born 1884 in Upper Plain, Masterton to Frederick GOVER (headmaster of Fernridge School for 30 years) & Esther Alexandra Cunningham ASHWIN
A sister of Frederick, Daisy Gover, married in 1905:
Wairarapa Daily Times, 1 September 1905 GOVER - GOVER - On August 26th, at St Matthew's Church, Masterton, by the Rev Sanders Spencer, Daisy, daughter of Frederick Gover, Fernridge, masterton, to Alfred Adrian Gover, of the Indian Civil Service (Madras Police), eldest son of Alfred Greatbach Gover, barrister-at-law, Cochin, Madras, India

HILL, Raymond Colin Walter (1911-1992)
born 1911 to Walter Francis HILL & Fanny RAE (married 1910)

KEYS, Lillian Gladys (1897-1971)
born 1897 to George William & Lilly KEYS
Lillian didn't marry

KILPATRICK, Robert Alexander

MacIVER, Donald Edward (1912-1979)
born 1912 to Hugh Evander & Jane MacIVER (farmers of Matai St., Gonville, Wanganui)

ROSS, Douglas McLean (1896-1986)
born 1896 to George Douglas ROSS & Christina THOMSON (married 1895 in Dunedin)

STONEHOUSE, Bruce Embleton (1910-1988)
born 1910 to James STONEHOUSE & Ida BEALE (married 1905)
he first attended Taita School, Lower Hutt

TAYLOR, Allan Wilton (1912-1975)
born 1912 to Charles Edward TAYLOR & Isabel Annie WILSON (married 1911)


see also MASTER of ARTS with HONOURS

Victoria University 1934 - Master Of Arts

Evening Post, 5 May 1934
The CAPPING CEREMONY
in Victoria University College took place at the Town Hall last night. The following degrees were conferred by Professor T. A. Hunter, vice-chancellor of the University of New Zealand

MASTER of ARTS with HONOURS
CAIRNS, Laura Alice
- 2nd class in History
born 1912 to David CAIRNS & Jessie HEGGIE

FELTHAM, Joan Embury
- 2nd class in English
born 1912 to Edgar Charles FELTHAM & Harriett EMBURY
Her elder sister died in 1914 and her brother required constant care due to brain damage following a birth mishap. Joan grew up in a strongly Methodist household. She attended Kilbirnie School and then Wellington East Girls College, where she edited the schools magazine and was dux and gold medallist for two successive years ... more
While completing her BA honours and MA degrees she fell in love with her English lecturer, Andrew Bruce Cochran, an active Methodist 10 years her senior. They married at Trinity Methodist Church, Wellington South, on 13 August 1935. Joan Cochran died at Wellington on 31 July 1995, survived by her three children

FIELDHOUSE, Arthur Esmond
- 2nd class in Education
born 1911 to Joseph Harold FIELDHOUSE & Mary Ellen BENNETT
in 1957 he wrote HOW TO CONDUCT A READING SURVEY (NEW ZEALAND,COUNCIL FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH. STUDIES IN EDUCATION; NO.15)

HARDING, Olga Estelle
- 2nd class in History (from Auckland University College)
born 1912 to John William HARDING & Margaret Mary MUIR
some of Olga's photo collection from Wellington Girl's College

NIELSEN, Bernice Ola
- 2nd class in History
born 1911 to Charles William NIELSEN & Frances May ELLISON

PAETZ, Bernard Arthur
- 2nd class in Latin and French
born 1910 to Arthur William PAETZ & Agnes Fanny TOMS

PATTERSON, David
- 2nd class in Latin and French (from Auckland University College)
born 1912 to William Alexander PATTERSON & Katharine Maclean MacGREGOR

PERRY, Kathleen Mary
- 2nd class in English and French (1932)

PORTEOUS, Ailsa Maire
- 2nd class in History
born 1911 to James PORTEOUS & Minnie Sylvia WAYMOUTH

RAWSON, John Whitely
- 2nd class in English and French

WATSON, Clement Gordon
- 2nd class in Latin and French
(notable New Zealand communist, journalist and soldier)
born in Mangaweka to:
Reginald Beresford Spencer WATSON & Roberta Agnes HUGHES
His mother died when he was a child and his father subsequently settled in Fiji, where he ran a plantation. Gordon was brought up in Wellington by his grandfather, Clement Watson, a prominent educationalist, and his aunt, Evelyn Watson, an early graduate of Victoria College. An excellent student, he developed an early love of literature, which was to become a lifelong passion. After attending Wellington College, where he won a Junior Scholarship in 1929, he studied languages and literature at Victoria University College, graduating MA with second-class honours in 1934 ... more
A Victoria University scholarship was named after him, following a bequest from the estate of his aunt, Evelyn Watson, and a Wellington branch of the Socialist Unity Party was named in his honour.

In absentia:
GREY, Evelyn Helen Patricia - 2nd class in History
born 1911 to George & Ellen GREY


see also Diploma in Banking

PHOTO
Clement Gordon Watson
Private 68640, Killed in Action 17 April 1945 in Italy


VIDULICH marriages New Zealand 1887 - 1931

the known VIDULICH marriages in New Zealand 1887 - 1931

the VIDULICH GROOMS

Antonio Vidulich (1861-1950)
- married Annie HANHAM (1874-1954) in 1895
- Antonio was a Fisherman
- he was issued his Naturalisation in September 1902
- the children of Antonio & Annie
- Antonio died 28 April 1950 aged 89
- he is buried PLOT 201 B - SECTION ROM CATH2 at Karori Wellington
- Annie died 8 June 1954 aged 80
- she was cremated at Karori

Antonio Vidulich
- married Doris Anne Eilleen SMITH in November 1925
- they were then in Island Bay, Wellington
- Doris was granted a Decree Nisi in Sydney Australia in April 1940 from Antonio for desertion

Ivan Campbell Vidulich
- married Grace McQueen Te Miha in 193

John Vidulich (1849-1935)
- married Ann Jane CAMPBELL (1866-1925) in 1887
- the children of John & Ann Jane

William Vidulich (1892-1969)
- married Martha KELSO (1893-1937) in 1923


the VIDULICH BRIDES

Florence Delia May Vidulich (1897-1961)
- married Peter Smith WATTERS (1894-1955) in 1921
- Peter served in WWI as Rifleman 55122, with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, Reinforcements, J Company. He embarked from Wellington 16 July 1917. His next of kin was his mother: Mrs E.S. Watters, 42 Marine Road, Port Bannatyne, Isle of Bute, Scotland

Lilian Jane Vidulich
- married Andrew Anderson KAYES (1903-1966) in 1921

VIGGERS - Eketahuna, New Zealand

Ralph VIGGERS was born in Eketahuna, New Zealand on 1st March 1910

Ralph's father was:
CHARLES PERCY VIGGERS (1882-1970)
- Charles was born in Carlton, Victoria, Australia
- he was a son of Charles Percival VIGGERS (1853-1888) & Annie Rebecca HEATH (1851-1902), both from England, who settled in Australia and had 7 children
- In 1917 Percy was on the WWI South Taranaki Reservists List as a 'butter maker' of Riverlea, South Taranaki
- the Dairy Factory was in Kaponga
- In 1935 he was living in Rotorua, Bay of Plenty
- at the time of his death Percy was living in Matamata, Waikato

Ralph's mother was:
ELIZABETH ROBINSON BAYLISS (1881-1973)
- she was a daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Bayliss * (see below)
- her sister, Ada Lydia Bayliss (1884-1941), married Henry Thompson in 1911
- Elizabeth married Charles in 1907


... the children of CHARLES & ELIZABETH were ...

Donald Albert Viggers (1908-1980)
- Donald graduated from Victoria University, Wellington in 1944 with a Batchelor of Commerce. He became the office manager of a Rural Sociology Section in the Department of Agriculture. He took his ex-serviceman's scholarship to the University of Wisconsin, Madison and returned to Wellington with an MA in Rural Sociology. He died in August 1980 aged 71 and is buried in Plot 20/1 - Public Section of the Makara cemetery, Wellington

Ralph Viggers (1910-1910)
- Ralph was born in Eketahuna
- he died 3 days later and is buried in Plot 85 - Block W - Main Section of the Mangaoranga Cemetery, Eketahuna

Eileen Heath Viggers (1911-2004)
- Eileen married William 'Bill' HEANEY 16 Feb 1942 in Matamata

Percy Hedley Viggers (1914-1914)
- Percy died aged 2 weeks

Maxwell Percy Viggers (1918-1996)
- Maxwell was born 14 November 1918

Winifred Viggers (?-?)



* Thomas Bayliss (from the link at his name above)

... Mr. Thomas Bayliss, who is a member of the Eketahuna Road Board, was born near Birmingham England, in 1840, and was educated at the Sutton Coldfield Blue Coat School. Before coming to Wellington in 1879 he was engaged in farming in Staffordshire. On landing Mr. Bayliss came to the Wairarapa,-taking up the land on which he now resides, he being the first Englishman to settle in Eketahuna after the arrival of the Scandinavians. The district was at that time a solid block of bush from Eketahuna to Alfredtown. Mr. Bayliss was elected chairman of the local Road Board at its inception in 1886, and has been continually a member with the exception of one term. In church matters he is attached to the Wesleyan Church, in which he holds the office of circuit steward. Mr. Bayliss is married and has two sons and three daughters. His brother, Mr. William Bayliss, who has been in the district for some years, took a prominent part in public affairs till 1895, and is a local preacher in connection with the same church.





thank you to Maxine for her message which enabled me to add the other 'children':

Subject: Viggers genealogy
To: ngairedith
From: Maxine
Date: 2012-03-26 04:06:56

Hi
I have just joined familytreecircles and note your reference to the Viggers

Charles Percy Viggers and his wife Elizabeth had other children than what you mention.
There was Eileen, Maxwell Percy and Winifred. Another one was born at Rowan (Taranaki) but like Ralph died as a young baby





photo Thomas Bayliss
- taken from the site at his name above


Vincensa VODANOVICH married Henry HOOPER Carterton, New Zealand

Henry (or Henery) Hooper was one of 16 children born to
Walter Henry Hooper and Evelyn Tacon.
He was born in Carterton, Wairarapa, New Zealand on the 10th October 1923.
He married Vincensa "VINCEY" Vodanovich but nothing else is known about her.
Can you help please

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Vincent Harold DENTICE (1888-1939) Wellington

Vincent Harold DENTICE was born in Wellington in 1888
- 3rd of 8 known children of Vincent DENTICE & Mary 'Polly' BULL

Vincent died in Wellington 16 July 1939
.. my additions to the newspaper article are obvious ..
OBITUARY of Vincent Harold Dentice
... The death occurred yesterday of Mr Vincent Harold Dentice, of the firm of Messrs Whiteacre, Dentice and Co., land agents, at his residence, 5 Dufferin Street, at the age of 51 years. The late Mr Dentice was born in Wellington and educated at the Newtown School. He was a member of the Wellington Trotting Club and of the Miramar Golf Trotting Club and of the Miramar Golf Club. He was also a member of St Andrew's Masonic Lodge.

The late Mr Dentice is connected with a very old Wellington family, the same as that after which Dixon Street is named, and his maternal grandmother was one of the first white twins born in New Zealand, The twins married brothers. The Dixon family in the early days, produced the "Independent" newspaper.
Mr George H. Dixon of Wellington was the manager of the 1905 All Black team

Mr Dentice is survived by four brothers, all of Wellington
* 1893 - 1945 Reginald Eugene Dentice
* 1896 - 1975 Cyril Leslie Vernon Dentice
* 1900 - 1971 William Alfred Gordon Dentice
* 1906 - 1957 Reynolds Wilfred Dentice
and two sisters, Mesdames
* 1890 - 1940 Violet Martha Dentice
- married Claude Featherston ROWE in 1916
* 1886 - 1959 Ida May Dentice
- married William REYNOLDS in 1905

Mr Dentice leaves a widow and five children, Messrs:
1916 - 1996 Vincent Maurice Dentice
1918 - 1992 Malcolm Dentice
1921 - 1974 Trevor Dentice
and two younger ones
? -? Barry Dentice
1930 - 2008 Elva Dorothy Mary Dentice

The funeral will leave Messrs R. H. Wilson and Sons Chapel at 1.50 p.m. tomorrow

Vincent is buried PLOT 79 H, Section CH ENG2 at Karori cemetery Wellington

VINING marriages New Zealand 1866 - 1929

the known VINING marriages New Zealand 1866 - 1929


the VINING GROOMS

Arthur Vining (1901-1992)
- married Camellia Laura May COLLINSON (1906-1987) in 1925
- daughter of George Thomas COLLINSON & Margaret May NEALE

Charles Henry Vining (1863-1949)
- married Eliza Jane HALL (1875-1951) in 1894
- settlers of Awaroa Creek, Whangarei
- 3 known children:
1897 - Charles Hilldrup Vining
1901 - Arthur Vining
1905 - Walter Vining

Charles Hilldrup Vining (1897-1977)
- marriedd Ruby Robina WITHERS (1900-1975) in 1924
- daughter of Charles Edward WITHERS & Christina MUNRO

Clarence George Bland Vining (1896-1960)
- married Laura Eva GIRLING (1896-1964) in 1920
- daughter of Walter & Hannah GIRLING

James Vining (1848-1935)
- married Annie MILLER in 1876

John Vining (1843-1906)
- married Emma Basquin Smith PRICE (1838-1925) 5 May 1866 in Dunedin

Leslie James Vining (1900-1959)
- married Margaret Esther GRAHAM in 1928

Percival Charles Vining (1903-1960)
- married Elsie Amelia JOBLIN (1895-1977) in 1924

Philip Mayo Vining (1902-1991)
- married Hannah TAYLOR (1904-2004) in 1928

Thomas Llewellyn Vining (1849-1939)
- married Susan LYONS (1874-1961) in 1900
- 4 known children:
1902 - 1985 Aileen Rata Vining
1904 - 1983 Margaret Amy Vining
1906 - 1938 Charles Llewellyn Vining
1907 - 1979 Huia St John Vining

William Graham Malone Vining (1865-1948)
- married Margaret KEBBELL (1871-1948) in 1895
- 2 known children:
1896 - Margaret Vera Vining
1902 - Philip Mayo Vining



the VINING BRIDES

Clara Vining (1854-1878)
- married George GAUDIN in 1875
- 1 known child:
1877 - Arthur Hedley Gaudin

Elsie Claire Vining (1906-1995)
- married Cyril Leonard WOODLEY (1903-1979) in 1929

Emma Julia Vining (1868-1947)
- married John McPHERSON in 1891
- 2 known children:
1892 - Alexander John McPherson
1895 - Cyril Norman Gilbert mcPherson

Julia Vining
- married John Martin STOCKS in 1873
- in 1862 John was in the Customs, Melbourne

Margaret Vera Vining (1896-1984)
- married Kenneth Stuart FARMER (1886-1966) in 1921
- 4th of 4 children of Alexander FARMER & Catherine BOWIE

Mary Alice Vining
- married Angus Fletcher KENNEDY (1861-1910) in 1897
- 1 known child:
1898 - Alice Basquin Kennedy
... note the name Basquin also in the name of John Vining's wife Emma above

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