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Walter Maldon HARE & Frances Jane CLAPP - London, Ballarat, Wellington

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WALTER MALDON HARE 1842-1906
- married
FRANCES JANE CLAPP 1844-1935
- in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia in 1861-1863 (see his TIMELINE below)


the children of Walter Maldon HARE & Frances Jane CLAPP:
(not yet known if any children were born in Australia prior to these)


1/ ... 1864-1947 - WALTER ROBERT HARE

- born in New Zealand

- Walter married Amelia Ann SMITH in 1890

the known children of Walter Robert HARE & Amelia Ann SMITH:

1891 - 1973 Gordon Claude Hare
- in March 1909 (aged about 18), Gordon was assaulted on Island Bay Beach by Henry Joseph Clements who was convicted and ordered to pay 20s, in default 7 days imprisonment
- Gordon married Hilda Eliza MILLINGTON (1899-1959) in 1916
- Hilda was the 3rd of 6 children of Wilson & Eliza MILLINGTON
- Gordon & Hilda had a son in 1918, (may have had others) Gordon Claude Hare who died aged 1 day
- in 1928 they were living in Buckley road, Island Bay, Wellington when their house (owner/occupier) was destroyed by fire. The house next door belonged to Frederick John LLOYD and was able to be saved

1894 - 1966 Albert Edward Hare
- Albert married Letitia GIBSON (1895-1983) in 1915
- Letitia was the base born daughter of Letitia Catherine Gibson who was the 3rd of 7 children of Peter GIBSON & Sarah BALL
- Albert served in WWI as Private 51595 with the NZEF, 28th Reinforcements Specialists Company, Machine-Gun Section, leaving from Wellington on the HMNZT 89, Waitemata 14 July 1917. His Next Of Kin was his wife Letitia c/o Mrs Linklater, 43 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, Wellington
- Albert took Thomas Patrick Lyons to court (and won) in 1923 claiming 35 15s. Thomas was a Cab Proprietor in Wellington.
- in 1933 Albert & Letitia lived at 3 Trent St, Island Bay, Wellington
- Letitia was buried in PLOT 1018, BLOCK 1 at CLareville cemetery Carterton

1895 - 1964 Adeline Dorothy Hare
- Adeline married Clarence John EVANS (1893-1961) in 1914
- Clarence was a son of Arthur & Janet EVANS

1897 - 1898 Gilbert Hammond Hare
- Gilbert died aged 4 months

1898 - ? Katie Myrle/Myrtle Hammond Hare
- nothing known

1900 - 1955 Gilbert Norman Hare
- Gilbert married Ivy Marguerite BLACKBEE (1898-1973) in 1924
- Ivy was a daughter of Charles Arthur BLACKBEE & Annie WATSON

1902 - 1972 Rita Pearl Hare
- Rita married Stanley Roy CARTHEW (1898-1987) in 1925

1904 - ? Frances Amelia Hare
- Frances married Lewis Frank POPE (1901-?) in 1924
- Lewis was 1 of 2 children of Frank POPE (1871-1902) & Lillian Emma THOMAS (the other child was a sister, Sarah Elizabeth Jane Pope (1900-1976) who married William James RALSTON (1885-1965) in 1920). Their father, Frank Pope, (son of George Pope), died in Havelock South, Marlborough, from enteric at the age of 31. Their mother, Lillian Emma (1882-1963), remarried in 1906 to Alfred Thomas HARRIS (1876-1932) and they had Eric George Pope Harris (1908-1951)

1907 - ? Doreen Elizabeth Hare
- nothing known

1908 - 1982 George Reginald Maldon Hare
- nothing known

Walter Robert Hare was granted a decree nisi in Nov 1938 claiming Amelia's desertion
From the EVENING POST - 5 June 1944
DEATH - HARE, On June 4, 1944, at Wellington, Selina, dearly-beloved wife of Walter Robert Hare, of 48 Onepu Rd., Lyall Bay; aged 76 years (unknown at this time if she was Walter's 2nd wife)

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2/ ... 1866 - 1895 - HENRY ALBERT WATSON HARE

From the WEST COAST TIMES - 13 August 1866
BIRTH - HARE, On the 22nd ultimo, at her residence, Caxton Villa, Mrs Walter Hare, of a son. Both doing well
MARRIAGE - On the 25th August 1886, Henry Albert Watson, second son of Walter M. Hare, to Martha Christina, second daughter of C. A. KNIGGE, Esq., both of Wellington.
Auckland, Dunedin, and Christchurch papers please copy.
- they had a son, Henry Louis Percival Hare in 1887 who married Margherita McALLEY in NZ in 1911

- Henry Albert Watson Hare died 2 April 1895 aged 28
... the death is announced of Mr Henry Hare, landlord of the Wellington Hotel, Molesworth Street, Wellington, who died about 2 o'clock this morning of typhoid fever

... Martha remarried on 21 March 1896 to Archibald MERLET (1866-1899) at St John's Presbyterian Church, Willis St, Wellington and they moved to Epsom, Bendigo, Victoria the following year.
Archibald was born in Bendigo, a son of Augustus Francis Merlet & Christina McIntosh/MacIntosh
Christina was born in Wellington, a daughter of Carl August Knigge & Kate McIntosh/MacIntosh
DEATH, November 1899 - Mr. Archibald Merlet (eldest son of Mr. Augustus Francis Merlet and brother-in-law of Mr. E. FOCKE, German Consul here) died suddenly on the 10th instant. The deceased was at one time a prominent figure in athletic circles in Wellington. He was one of the founders of the Poneke Football Club, and was also a cricketer. For some years he was in the employ of Messrs. J. E. Nathan and Co. and Castendyke and Focke, and afterwards he was license of the Clyde-quay Hotel. About two years ago he went to Victoria, and at the time of his death he was on the staff of the Bendigo Pottery Co. The cause of death was syncope. Deceased, who was only 33 years of age, was married to a daughter of Mr. Chas. Knigge, of Wellington

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3/ ... 1869 - ? - MARY JOSEPHINE HARE

26 March 1869 From the WEST COAST TIMES
BIRTH - At her residence, Racecourse Villa, the wife of Mr Walter Hare of a daughter
- Mary (finally) married Herbert EDMONDS (1869-1894) on Friday 30 March 1894 after the scheduled wedding ceremony, 3 days earlier, on Tuesday 28 March was interrupted by Mary Josephine refusing to accept Herbert as bridegroom
MARRIAGE - EDMONDS-HARE, On the 30th March 1894, at St Peter's Church, Wellington, by the Rev W. Waters, M.A., Herbert, eldest son of Wm. Edmonds, Esq., of Wellington, New Zealnad, formerly of Oxford, England, to Mary Josephine, eldest daughter of W. Hare, Esq., of Wellington, New Zealand. English, American and Australian papers please copy
- Herbert suicided 4 weeks later, on 27 April 1894 aged 25. He was a Schoolmaster at Pirinoa, Lake Ferry, Wairarapa. He is buried PLOT 2F, SECTION CH ENG at Karori

... the glorified version of THE PIRINOA TRAGEDY

- a remarriage of Mary Josephine not yet found

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4/ ... 1872 - 1890 - WILLIAM THOMAS MALDON "Willie" HARE

- William died aged 17 on 10 April 1890
- he was buried in PLOT 3602 with his parents & brother Albert Hare in Bolton St cemetery, Wellington. Reinstated Monument after Disinterment for Motorway

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5/ ... 1875 - ? - ADELINE HARRIET HARE

BIRTH - FROM the WEST COAST TIMES - HARE, On August 9th 1875, at her residence, Hall-street, Mrs Walter Hare, of a daughter
- in 1904 Adeline was a bridesmaid for her sister (see Lydia below)
MARRIAGE - Adeline married Herbert John JILLETT in 1911
- Herbert was a farmer in Porirua & Ohau, Wellington. A son of William JILLETT (1856-1903) & Mary Jane WHITEHOUSE (1842-1916) of Ohau & Titahi Bay
Herbert & his mother
... From the EVENING POST 31 August 1904 The Chief Justice was occupied this morning with a case stated between, on the one hand, Mary Jane Jillett, of Porirua, widow, and Herbert John Jillett, of Ohau, Farmer (executors of the will of the late William Jillett, of Porirua, sheepfarmer), and, on the other side, the Commissioner of Stamps. Testator was a half-caste, and his children are by a white woman, his wife; part of his estate in native land. The difficulty arose in deciding whether the beneficiaries are native or European; on their status and that of the land hinges the question of what duty is payable. The sum of 241 had already been paid on the whole estate, including the native land, under the Deceased Persons' Estates Duties Act 1881; the Commissioner claimed a further 10 per cent, on the value of the native land, under section 17 of the Stamp Duty Amendment Act 1885. The question for the Court was whether duty was payable under the last-mentioned Act. Mr. Beere, for the executors, contended that the devise under the will was not a 'devise in fee' under the section, and he made the further submission that where the language of the statute was doubtful, it should be liberally construed in favour of the subject as compared with the Crown. He detailed the several Acts dealing with stamp duty and deceased persons' estates, and showed that under one of them a child of deceased would be a native, under another a European, and so on. Mr. Myers, for the Commissioner, replied on the points of law. The Court reserved judgment.

... From the Hawera & Normanby Star 16 September 1904
Judgment was given by his Honor the Chief Justice on Wednesday morning in the appeal Mary Jane Jillett and Herbert John Jillett v. the Commissioner of Stamps. Plaintiffs are the wife (European) and son of the late Wm. Jillett (half-caste), and under deceased's will are trustees to convert his land and divide the proceeds among deceased's wife and children, as provided in the will. Section 17 of the Stamp Act, 1882, Amendment Act, 1885, provided that an additional duty of 10 per cent be levied on every 'conveyance on sale or devise in fee' of native land, "whereby the right to such land shall first vest in a person other than a native." His Honor said that deceased, being a half-caste, was a "native" under the Act mentioned, and that there is a "devise in fee" to persons (the trustees) who are not "natives" under the Act, but that it is not a "devise in fee whereby the right to the land vests" in the said trustees. The "right" to the land did not vest in the trustees. They could not have given a title to a purchaser without obtaining probate of the will from the Native Land Court. The transaction therefore did not come within the terms of the section. The appeal must be allowed with 10 10s costs. In the course of his judgment, his Honor remarked that the Court is concerned only with the interpretation of the statute, not with the possible harshness of a provision that if a native leaves his property to his children, and the mother is a European, the children have to pay, in addition to the ordinary duties payable by Europeans, a 10 per cent, duty beyond.

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6/ ... 1882 - ? - LYDIA ELOISE HARE

- Lydia married William George SOMERVILLE in 1903
At St Peter's Church, Wellington, on Wednesday afternoon last week, Mr W. G. Somervile, solicitor, was married to Miss Lydia Eloise Hare. The bride, who was given away by her father Mr. W. M. Hare, was attired in a lovely gown of white duchesse satin, with an overdress of chiffon and lace and a gull court train. She also had a wreath of orange blossoms and a veil, and carried a lovely white shower houquet.
The bride was attended by four bridesmaids, namely Miss Adeline Hare (sister of the bride), who was dressed in white silk, and wore a Victorian bonnet trimmed with white chiffon and pink roses, and carried a shower bouquet of pink roses; Mrs Dorothy Hare and Maud Somerville (nieces of the bride and bridegroom), who were both dressed in white silk and Victorian bonnets; and Miss Phyllis Howard (niece of the bride), who had on a lovely Empire dress of white silk and chiffon, and a Victorian bonnet of similar material. The three latter bridesmaids were little dots, from three to ten years of age, and carried shepherds crooks,
The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a diamond and opal ring and a gold necklace with a pendant of pearls, and the bridesmaids were each presented with gold chain necklaces with heart pendants.
The Rev. G. P. Davys conducted the ceremony, and Mr. H. H. Seed acted as best man, and Mr. F. C. Edwards as groomsman. The bride's going-away dress was of turquoise blue voile, trimmed with lace insertion, with a black picture hat to match.
The honeymoon is to be spent in Christchurch.
A large number of relatives and friends were present and the married couple were the recipients of many presents, including one from the principas and staff of Messrs. Morison and Loughnan in whose office Mr. Somerville had been for many years.
The bride's gown was designed and made by Miss Watson, of the staff of Kirkcaldie and Stains

- the only 2 known children at this time of William & Lydia Somerville:

4 Nov 1904 - 2000 Maisy/Maisie Frances Maera Somerville
- she married Oliver Gordon VIAL (21 Sep 1904-1981) in 1931

1910 - unnamed child (possible born still?)

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7/ ... 1883 - 1976 - ETHEL MAUD HARE

- born 1st January 1883
- Ethel married Charles William HOWARD on 6 March 1900
MARRIAGE - HOWARD-HARE, On the 6th March, at St Marks, Church, by the Rev. R. Coffey, Charles William, eldest son of Charles Howard, of Wellington, to Ethel Maud, third daughter of Walter M. Hare, of Wellington

- the known children of Ethel Maud HARE & Charles William HOWARD:

1900 - Ethel Phyllis Victoria Howard
- Ethel married James Patrick DAVEY (1901-) in 1927
- a son of Jeremiah Patrick DAVEY & Elizabeth Mary MOORE

1904 - 2001 - Iris Marjory Vera Howard
- Iris married Stanley Bernard KEENE (1901-) in 1927
- Stanley was born in Wellington (possibly Newtown), 1 of at least 9 sons & 2 daughters of Richard KEENE & Emily Susan WILLIAMS of Island Bay, Wellington (see their list of children below)

1908 - 1988 - Colin Ian Grant Howard


the known children of Richard & Emily Keene:
1890 - 1891 James Keene
- James died aged 1 week
1892 - 1968 William Leonard Keene
- married Marion Elizabeth MILLAR (1895-1991) in 1922
1893 - 1943 Randall Richard Keene
- married Ina Mavis BRADLEY (1898-1969) in 1924
1894 - 1981 Clarence Edgar Keene
- married Constance Vida Louisa DRURY (1894-1942) in 1919
1897 - 1975 Gordon Lewis Keene
- married Gladys Myra HANSEN in 1921
1898 - 1898 Arthur Eric Keene
- Arthur died aged 7 weeks
1899 - 1984 Arthur Herbert Keene
- married Doreen Margaret BOLTON (1897-?) in 1920
- married Florence Mary GIBBS (1903-1996) in 1920
1901 - 1982 Stanley Bernard Keene
- married Iris HOWARD (1904-2001 above)
1903 - 1995 Frank Clifford Keene
- married Phyllis Evelyn MORRISON (1906-1967) in 1928
1905 - 1905 Jean Naomi Keene
- Jean died aged 2 days
1910 - 1910 Royal Keene
- Royal died aged 9 days

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8/ ... 1886 - 1951 - ERNEST GILBERT KIMBERLEY HARE

- Ernest married Jane EARLE (1891-1913) in 1909
- they had 1 child on 9 January 1911, Sidney Leslie Malcolm Hare (he died in 1999)
- Jane was killed aged 22 when their primus stove burst
- Sidney was put in the custody of Ernest's mother Frances (who, at sme stage, also brought up 1 of the children of his 2nd marriage)

- Ernest next married Laurestina ROBERTSON in 1915
- they had 5 chldren, the 5th child being the cause of the paternity suit at the link below
- when Ernest divorced Laurestina he gave her some of their furniture and 120, it being arranged that Victor Clapp, on marrying Laurestina, would take over the future liability of ALL the children. However, 2 of his children were with his mother and at least 1 (possibly more) was in a Government Institution in Nelson

... Laurestina next married Victor Maldon CLAPP in 1925 and this triangle of Ernest Gilbert HARE + Laurestina + Victor Maldon CLAPP has been one of my most challenging and intriuging research to date - remembering that Ernest's mother was a CLAPP & his father had the middle name MALDON (where is the connection ???) ... research continuing
VICTOR MALDON CLAPP was born in Ballarat, Victoria (as was Ernest's mother) on 20 Nov 1897, a son of ALbert Edward CLAPP & Margaret Ann HOPE. He died 8 August 1972. He is buried in Drouin Cemetery. His (at least 2nd) wife, Louisa RENDELL (born in Warragul, Victoria) died 25 July 1966 aged 77. She is also buried at Drouin cemetery. Her headstone reads:
In loving memory of
LOUISA CLAPP
died 25 July 1968 age 77
beloved wife of
VICTOR
loving mother of
FLORENCE, JAMES, EDITH, ROBERT, GRAHAM, PHILLIS

... Laurestina & Victor applied for a divorce in Oct 1926 for non-consummation of marriage.
In 1927 they were living at 199 Melbourne road, Island Bay, Wellington
THEN in Nov 1929 a decree nisi, to be moved absolute after 3 months, was granted to Laurestina Clapp in an undefended case in the Wellington Supreme Court, claiming Victor's desertion

- Ernest next married Doreen Monica FAHEY (1900-1988) in 1925

From TWO HUSBANDS WITH A SINGLE THOUGHT - Extraorindary Revelations of Matrimonial Muddle by Man Who Made Three Eventful Trips To Altar
... a most extraordinary position has arisen in connection with a child, and while Hare is clapping the paternity on to Clapp, the latter claims that Hare is the father and Hare refuses to be chased out of the camp. Sergeant Lander, who appeared for the Education Department against Ernest Gilbert Hare, respecting the maintenance of two children, and against Victor Maldon Clapp in respect to the maintenance of one child, the destinies of these two men having been thrown together through the marriage by one of the other's divorced wife. Really the pivot of the case was whether a child born to Mrs. Clapp two months after the marriage was Clapp's or Hare's.

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T I M E L I N E for WALTER MALDON HARE

4 February 1868 From the WEST COAST TIMES
THE POLL LIST - Walter M. Hare, Voter Registor No. 50, voted for SHAW (others who stood for election were, BONER & PROSSER)


26 January 1869 From the WEST COAST TIMES
NOTICES OF MOTION ... Adjourned debate on line of road to the Greenstone
Mr SALE moved - "That a select committee, consisting of the Chairman, Mr Bonar, Mr Harrison, Mr Lahman, and the mover, be appointed to take into consideration the petitions of Walter Maldon Hare and others, of James Marshall, and of Evan Prosser and others; and the letter of David Walderson, relating to the occupation of certain reserves in the neighbourhood of Hokitika, such committee to report in one week"


23 February 1969 From the WEST COAST TIMES
NOTICE - Mr WALTER HARE is authorised to receive money and advertisements on account of the WEST COAST TIMES AND OBSERVER newspaper - J.P. KLEIN. JOHN E JONES, Manager


13 April 1894 From the EVENING POST
MARRIAGE - CLAPP-PAYNE, On the 11th April, at the residence of Mr Walter Hare, Oriental Bay (uncle of the bridegroom) (?), by the Rev J. K. Elliott, Walter Henry Clapp, of Victoria, Australia, to Edith Emily, eldest daughter of Mr Henry Payne, of the Wairarapa.
- Wairarapa and Australian papers please copy
... A wedding took place at the residence of Mr. Walter Hare, Oriental Bay, on Wednesday, the contracting parties being Mr. Walter Henry Clapp, of Victoria, and Muss Edith Emily Payne, eldest daughter of Mr. Henry Payne, of the Wairarapa, who has for the past 17 years been in the employ of the New Zealand Railway Department. The happy couple leave for Victoria tomorrow (they later settled in Paekakariki)
... a note about Henry Payne: Henry's wife Emily (nee ?) died on 19 Dec 1915 aged 70 by drowning in a watercourse at Masterton. She had been under treatment for dizziness and it was presumed she had fallen in during a dizzy spell. Nine months later, Henry remarried (at the age of 76, to Lizzie Taylor Walton (1869-1931), a spiritualist aged 47)


3rd November 1906, DEATH - HARE, at the Hospital, Wellington, New Zealand, after a long illness, Walter Maldon Hare, beloved husband of Frances J. Hare; aged 64 years; deeply mourned.
- West Coast and Victorian papers please copy
... There are many old Wellngton Navals as well as other friends, who will learn with regret, of the death of Mr Walter Maldon Hare, which occurred this morning after an illness, extending over some twelve months. The late Mr. Hare was born in London sixty-four years ago, and voyaged to Victoria in 1861, in which year he was married at Ballarat. In his capacity as printer and paper-ruler he joined the staff of Messrs. Shaw and Harnett, Invercargill, and on their behalf printed the first West Coast paper - the West Coast Times - at Hokitika, about thirty-six years ago. For over thirty years past, until a few months ago - when ill health compelled his retirement - the deceased gentleman was in the Government Printing Office, and for twenty-three years he was an active member of the Wellington Navals. His kind-heartedness won him many friends, and he was always prominently identified with the initation of funds by means of concerts and so on for the relief of persons in distressed circumstances. The late Mr. Hare leaves a widow and six children


10 November 1906 PERSONAL
The late Mr Walter M. Hare, of the Government Printing office, received a military funeral. He belonged to the Wellington Navals


3 November 1908 From the EVENING POST
HARE - In loving memory of Walter Maldon Hare, who departed this life on the 3rd November 1906
Sleep on, dear father, thy work is o'er,
Thy willing hands shall toil no more;
On earth there's strife, in heaven there's rest,
We miss you most who loved you best
- Inserted by his loving daughter Lydia

HARE - In loving memory of Walter Maldon Hare, who departed this life on the 3rd November, 1906
I often sit and think of him
When I am all alone;
For memory is the only friend
That grief can call its own

The midnight stars are gleaming
Upon a silent grave;
Sleeping, without dreaming,
Lies the one we could not save
- Inserted by his loving wife


4 August 1910 DISPUTED MORTGAGE
- (a Court Case concerning Francis Jane, her son Ernest Gilbert Kimberley Hare and her son-in-law William George Somerville who had married her daughter Lydia)
- CLAIM OF A MONEY LENDER, AN IMPORTANT JUDGEMENT
... Sitting in civil jurisdiction, Mr. W. R. Haselden, S.M., gave reserved judgment at the Magistrate's Court to-day in the civil action brought by Cyril William Tanner, solicitor, and registered money-lender, of Wellington, against Francis Jane Hare and Ernest Gilbert Kimberley Hare, a claim for 100 as balance of principal money alleged to be due by defendants to plaintiff under the provision of a mortgage executed by defendants in favour of Tanner. Defendants counter-claimed 100 damages and costs of the action
- POINTS IN THE CASE
The Magistrate, in the course of a lengthy judgment, said that the bare facts of the case were as follows:- William George Somerville (a speculating solicitor in embarrased financial position, a son-in-law of Mrs. Frances Hare, not joined as a defendant, and now bankrupt), had borrowed money from Tanner, and was in arrears with both principal and interest, he was the third mortgagee of a property at Kelburne, over which Tanner held a second mortgage. Somerville had sub-mortgaged his third mortgage to a Mrs. Butler. Tanner sold the property through the Registrar, and bought it for less than was owing to him, thus rendering Somerville's third mortgage valueless, and, of couse, depriving Somerville's mortgagee, Mrs Butler, of her security. Tanner and Somerville arranged that Mrs Hare and her son, who together held a mortgage of 1200 over some land at Island Bay, should join with Somerville in purchasing the Kelburne property ... read the case here


2 November 1910 - IN MEMORIAM
In loving memory of Walter Maldon Hare, who departed this life on the 3rd November 1906. Four sad years have passed away.
I often sit and think of him
When I am all alone;
For memory is the only friend
That grief can call its own

Peacefully sleeping, resting at last,
Earth's weary pain and sufferings are past,
Jesus has taken him home to His breast,
Sleeping so peacefully ever at rest
- Inserted by his loving wife

HARE - In loving memory of my dear father, W. M. Hare, who departed this life on the 3rd November, 1906
- Inserted by his loving daughter Lydia


3 November 1916 IN MEMORIAM
In loving memory of Walter Hare, who passed away ten years ago to-day
Your memory is as dear to-day
As in the hour you passed away;
Forget you? no, I never will,
I loved you then, I love you still
- Inserted by his loving wife


2 November 1918 IN MEMORIAM
In loving memory of Walter Maldon Hare, who passed away on the 3rd November 1906
A few more years shall roll,
A few more seasons come,
And we shall be with those that rest
Asleep within the tomb

Days of sadness still come o'er us,
Secret tears they often flow,
Longing for may dearest husband,
Who passed away twelve years ago
- Inserted by his loving wife


3 November 1926 IN MEMORIAM
HARE - In loving memory of Walter Maldon Hare, who departed this life on the 3rd November 1906
Though death divides,
Fond memory clings
- Inserted by his loving wife, Frances Hare



N O T E
On the 20 August 1900, a Walter Malden/Maldon Hare died aged 81 at Wyndham-St, Central Auckland, beloved husband of Harriet. No flowers. Private interment.
(Walter was a Stationer in Auckland. He was buried PRESBYTERIAN DIVISION A Row 3, Plot 22 at Waikumete) - not yet known if he was related to the above family





PHOTO: Hare family, Plot 3602 at Bolton St cemetery Wellington.
Grave of Walter Maldon Hare, his wife Frances Jane & sons William Thomas Maldon & Henry Albert Watson Hare
It was photographed in the late 1960s by the City Sexton, P J E Shotter, prior to its being dismantled to make way for the Wellington motorway. After their removal, the gravestones were stored first in a vacant lot in Sydney Street and later removed to Karori cemetery
... taken from the National Library of New Zealand


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Walter PATTERSON & Alice Jane STANFORD - Lumsden, New Zealand

WALTER PATTERSON (1857-1919)
- was born 13th April 1857 in Logie, Perthshire, Scotland
- a son of James PATTERSON (1824-1872) & Isabella CAMPBELL (?-1931)

the known children of JAMES & ISABELLA PATTERSON
... born in Scotland and on the passenger list of the Helenslee arriving Bluff 25 Sep 1863:
1848 - 1915 Mary Ann Christina Patterson
- spouse unknown at this time
23 March 1855 - ? John Patterson
- John married Mary Ann CLARK in 1874 (had at least 8 children)
13 April 1857 - 1919 Walter Patterson (subject of this journal)
- married Alice Jane Stanford (see below)

2 Feb 1863 - 1884 William Patterson
- William married Mary Christina HALL in 1884 (had 11 children)
... born in New Zealand:
1864 - ? Isabella Patterson
- Isabella married Archibald SMITH in 1880


WALTER PATTERSON
- married
ALICE JANE STANFORD
(1863-1937) in Winton in 1880
- Alice was born in Invercargill, New Zealand
- a daughter of Samuel STANFORD (1831-1904) & Mary Ann SCRIVERS (1832-1871)


the CHILDREN of WALTER & ALICE

... 1
19th July 1880 - Mary Ann Patterson
- married David WALE in Lumsden
13th August 1952 Mary Ann died in Lower Hutt aged 71
- their 3 known children:
1906 - 1993 Phillis Fretta Stanford Wale
- married Garnet TRAIL (1907-1967) in 1929
- he was a son of: Kenneth Hutchison Trail & Alice Ann Crapper
1907 - Alice Anna Fretta Wale
1909 - 1988 David Walter Wale


... 2
16th March 1884 Walter Samuel Patterson
- born in Lumsden
16th March 1884 Walter died aged 6 hours in Lumsden
- he is buried in Plot 14 Class B Block II at the Lumsden cemetery in an unmarked grave with sister Olive Sarah who died aged 9 in 1911


... 3
10 Jan 1885 James Patterson
- James died aged 4 hours


... 4
25th December 1886 Charlotte Maud Patterson
- born in Lumsden on Christmas Day
3rd April 1907 married William John SAPWELL (1883-1953) in Invercargill
- he was a son of Thomas Ekins Sapwell & Agnes Donaldson
5th April 1961 Charlotte died aged 75 in Auckland


... 5
3rd May 1888 Walter Samuel Patterson
- born in Lumsden
2nd November 1888 Walter died aged 6 months in Lumsden


... 6
14th January 1890 Ethel Stanford Patterson
- born in Lumsden
1911 married William ROSS
1929 Ethel died aged 39


... 7
1st April 1892 Alice Elizabeth Patterson
- born in Lumsden
1912 married Errol Lillie BROOKES (1889-1918)
23rd December 1947 Alice died aged 57 in Dunedin
- she had been living at 100 Bay View Rd, Dunedin and is buried in Block 178. Plot 39 at Anndersons Bay cemetery. She is buried with Colleen Bloxham (perhaps a granddaughter) who died in Queen Mary Hospital 25th June 1950 aged 30 minutes. Do not know where husband Errol is


... 8
28th May 1894 George Stanford Patterson
- born in Lumsden
16th September 1894 George died aged 15 weeks in Lumsden
- buried in Plot 18 Class B Block V in an unmarked grave at Lumsden cemetery with siblings Walter Samuel (1884) & Olive (1911)


... 9
11th June 1895 Emily Ruth Patterson
- born in Lumsden
1916 married John Robert GIBSON (1892-1972) in Lumsden
29th October 1943 Emily died aged 48 in Brydone St, Edendale Southland


... 10
13th October 1897 Arthur Stanford Patterson
6th May 1921 married Elizabeth Anne SOPER in Invercargill
- Elizabeth was a daughter of Ernest Soper & Ann Fletcher
7th August 1974 Arthur died aged 76 in Invercargill


... 11
28-1-1900 Frances Gertrude "Gerty" Patterson
- born in Lumsden
20th April 1920 married Robert Hutton BLOXHAM in Lumsden
16th January 1977 Frances died aged 12 days from 77


... 12
18th November 1902 Olive Sarah Patterson
- born in Lumsden
6th November 1911 Olive died aged 12 days from 9
- buried with stillborn sibling Walter Samuel (1884) in an unmarked grave, Plot 14 Class B Block II at the Lumsden cemetery


... 13
23rd March 1904 Raymond Stanford Patterson
- born in Lumsden
1938 married Catherine Ellen Jean WALKER in Lumsden
9th May 1961 Raymond died aged 57 in Gore
- he is buried in Plot 89 Block 2 of the Mataura cemetery. Catherine died 32 years later in 1993 and is buried beside him


... 14
1st June 1905 Walter David Patterson
- born in Lumsden
- Walter served in in the war, Serial Number 15945 as a Corporal with the NZ Infantry 2nd NZEF
28th December 1940 he married Georgina Mary JOHNSON in Lumsden
- he worked as a Grader Driver
7th September 1956 Walter died aged 51 in Invercargill
- he is buried with Wife Georgina in Plot 36 Class A Block VII of the Lumsden Cemetery.
HEADSTONE reads: In memory of Walter David PATTERSON died 7 Sep 1956 age 51 years. Georgina Mary PATTERSON died 24 Sep 1992 age 78 years. She had been living in Lorne Southland


... 15
14-10-1907 George Samuel Stanford Patterson
- born in Lumsden
- married Irene Mary RAMSAY (1908-1967)
22nd February 1977 George died aged 69 in Mataura
- buried Plot 64 - Block 4 with wife Irene
- HEADSTONE reads: PATTERSON In loving memory of IRENE MARY born 1908 died 1967. And her husband GEORGE SAMUEL STANFORD born 1907 died 1977 "Peace"


... 16
1909 - Leslie Patterson
- he was a patient at Tokanui Hospital
21st May 1936 Leslie died aged 26 and is buried with his parents Walter & Alice and also Stanford Ernest Patterson aged 1
- his burial records have him as 23 which is incorrect


NOTES
In April 1897 Walter was on the Lumsden School Committee

WALTER and ALICE are buried in Plot 4 Class A Block I of the Lumsden cemetery
- HEADSTONE reads: Walter PATTERSON died 29 Jun 1919 age 62 years also his wife Alice Jane PATTERSON died 27 Aug 1937 age 73 years and Leslie PATTERSON died 21 May 1936 age 23 years. Cemetery records: Stanford Ernest PATTERSON buried Dec 1922 (aged 1)

Walter PECK at Terrace End cemetery PALMERSTON NORTH

There are 2 PECKs buried at Terrace End Cemetery in Palmerston North as "UNKNOWN"

One died in 1949
- this was Walter Peck (1878-1949)
- he died aged 71 and is buried in
PLOT 692 - BLOCK P11

- Walter was the 6th of 12 children to Charles Peck and Anne Gaskin
- he married Margaret Jane Morris in Dannevirke in 1901
- she was a daughter of William & Jane Morris, possibly of Napier
- they had 3 (known) boys born in Dannevirke:
1901-1980 William Charles Peck
1904-1969 Douglas Leslie Peck
1909-1978 Walter Allen Peck


the other burial is still unknown
- died OR buried on 22nd October 1946
PLOT 614 - BLOCK P11
- no age or other details given

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Walter Richard COWARD & Wilhelmina SILVIUS - Marlborough New Zealand

Walter Richard COWARD married Wilhelmina SILVIUS on 27th December 1888 at the home of George MOROOM in Marlborough, by the Rev H. Bull

Walter was from Blenheim, Wilhelmina was from Kekerangu

- the known children of Walter & Wilhelmina were:

1889 - Wilhelmina Theresia Coward
- married Thomas Pope WRIGHT in 1915

1891 - May Coward
- married Samuel McNEICE in 1912

1894 - Adeline Maude Coward
- married Alfred HART in 1921

1897 - Annie Beatrice Coward
- married Jack FISSENDEN in 1918

1899 - George Henry Coward
- George died in 1916 aged 17

1901 - Violet Victoria Coward
- married Frederic FISSENDEN in 1926

1903 - Frederick Walter Coward
- frederick died in 1969 aged 66

1906 - Ernest John Coward
- Ernest died in 1990 aged 84

1909 - Albert Richard Coward
- Albert died in 1982 aged 73

1910 - Daphne Blanche Coward

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WANGANUI BOYS SCHOOL - 1894

the following list of boys was taken from PAPERS PAST


the BOYS of WANGANUI SCHOOL - December 1894

... We are indebted to the Inspectors - Messrs Versker-Bindon and Spencer - for the following list of successful pupils at the recent examination:-

STANDARD VI
Charles BLAKE
Thomas CRAIG
Ernest GAGE
Davd ROUSE
Claude SUISTED
Albert STUBBS
Walter SWANGER
Charles VILLARS

STANDARD V
Richard ALTHAM
Arthur BROUGH
Ernest CRANE
Arthur CRANE
Hector CHRISTIE
Thomas COPELAND
James CARROLL
Alfred DREW
Charles DREW
Joseph DAVISS
Robert GORDON
Edmund KERBY
William MOULT
Ernest PARKES
Lewis PRIDEAU
Gilbert SMALL
William G. TINGEY
H. Frank TAYLOR
Edmund VILLARS
Frederick WALLIS
Bertram WRIGHT

STANDARD IV
Thomas AITKEN
Leo AKERSTEN
George BLACK
George BYRES
Arnol BEAVEN
Roy CRAIG
Herbert CARRELL
William CUNNINGHAM
Robert LAW
John MAILMAN
John MEULI
George MITCHELL
Arthur POWNLL
Robert RODGERS
Walter REMINGTON
Albert ROBB
Stanley ROSS
William ROBERTSON
Norman SPURDLE
George SPERRING
Robert SHARPE
William STEVENSON
George SWANGER
Charles SWAINSON
John SOUNESS
Robert TUFFIN
William THOMAS
Alex WALKER
Oswald WHITCOMBE
Percy WOON
Edward WILLIAMS

STANDARD III
Harold ARMSTRONG
Edward BOURNE
John BROUGH
Robert BLYTHE
Lionel BRANDON
Charles BREED
Thomas BLENNERHASSETT
James BUCKRELL
Henry BLAKE
Gerald COOKE
Reginald CAMERON
Lionel CARRELL
Arthur CUMMINS
Douglas EDWARDS
John GRAHAM
David GLOGSKI
Francs GIBSON
Lionel HARRIS
Frederck Charles HARRIS
Edward HINDLEY
Fred JENKINS
William JOHNS
Charles JONES
Stanley KIRBY
Frederc KOHLER
Arno KULSCH
Fred LANE
William James MOORE
William MITCHELL
Robert MacMILLAN
Walter PERRETT
William PARKES
Harry PARNELL
Ernest PURNELL
Edgar RUTLER
Gifford REMINGTON
Leon ROBERTSON
Ray RICHARDSON
Edgar RANDAL
Percy SUISTED
Roland SMALL
Frederick STRINGER
Archibald SPURDLE
Walter TILSLEY
James THOMSON
Charles WARNER
Bartley WARNER
Arnold WOON
Daniel WILSON
Arthur WILD
Lawrence WRAY
Ballance WILLIS
Percy WARD
Albert WARD
Walter WADEY
Walter WEBB
Alexander MURRAY

STANDARD II
Gordon ARMSTRONG
Tom ANDERSON
Douglas ARMSTRONG
William BUTLER
Reginald BAIN
Willam BBARNES
Frank BRIDGES
John BUCKINGHAM
Harvey BELL
Robert BURNS
William BREED
Gordon BOWERN
George BROWN
George CUNNINGHAM
Evelyn COOKE
Vivian COOK
Tom CROKER
Norman CHRISTIE
Lawrence CARRELL
Albert CAMPION
James DUDLEY
David DEW
Edward DAVIES
William FOSTER
Hector FLYGER
Charles GORDON
Campbell HENDERSON
Harold HILL
Edwin HIBBARD
Harold HOOKER
Bertie HORSLEY
Percy HUCKSLEP ?
Leonard HOOPER
Leonard JONES
John LYNCH
Charles LANGDON
William LANGDON
Alfred MULLER
Ben McCAUL
Willam NIXON
Noel POWNALL
William PEAT
Leonard PATTERSON
Albert PERCIVAL
Claude PERRETT
Thomas REDMOND
Ernest REUBE
Harry ROBERTSON
Bernadette SUISTED
James SEELING
John SHARPE
William THOMPSON
Lewis TOWNSEND
James THOMSON
George VILLERS
Stanley WILSON
Garland WALLACE
Arthur WILSON

WANGFORD marriages New Zealand 1875 - 1929

some of the WANGFORD marriages New Zealand 1875 - 1929

the WANGFORD GROOMS

Charles Frederick Wangford
- married Madeline Peek in 1917

Roy Channon Wangford
- married Ida Isabel Foote in 1929

Walter Wangford
- married Matilda Frances Pearson in 1875

William James Wangford
- married Hannah Girven in 1902


the WANGFORD BRIDES

Alice Mabel Wangford
- married in 1893 William Masefield Channon

Mabel Sophia Wangford
- married James Alfred Thom IN 1921

Matilda Wangford
- married George Bennett IN 1884

Rose Ada Wangford
- married Edward William Tickle in 1926

WAR SERVICE CEMETERIES - New Zealand

SERVICE CEMETERIES


A
Ashburton
Ashhurst
Auckland
- Manukau Memorial Gardens
- Papatoetoe
- North Shore
- Otahuhu
- Papakura - New and Old
- Pukekohe
- Waikaraka (Onehunga)
- Waiheke Island
- Waikumete

B
Balclutha
Blenheim
- Fairhall
- Omaka
Bluff - Green Point
Broadwood

C

Cambridge - Hautapu
Carterton
Christchurch
- Bromley
- Diamond Harbour
- Ruru
- Shands Road
Coromandel
Cromwell

D
Dannevirke - Mangatera
Dargaville - Mt Wesley
Dunedin
- Andersons Bay
- Green Park

E
Eketahuna
Ellesmere
Eltham

F
Fairlie
Featherson
Feilding
Foxton

G
Geraldine
Gisborne - Taruheru
Charlton Park
Gore
Greymouth - Karoro
Greytown

H
Hamilton
- East
- Newstead
Hastings
Havelock
Havelock North
Hawera
Helensville
Hokitika
Hunterville
Huntly - Kimihia

I
Invercargill - Eastern

K
Kaeo
Kaiapoi
Kaikohe
Kaikoura
Kaipara Flats
Kaitaia
Kaponga
Katikati
Kaurihohore
Kawakawa
Kawerau
Kawhia
Kerikeri - Wiroa
Kohu Kohu

L
Levin
- The Avenue
- Tirotiro Road
Lower Hutt - Taita
Lyttelton

M
Manaia
Mangakino
Mangonui
Manunui
Martinborough
Marton
Masterton
- Riverside
- Masterton Park
Matiere
Matamata
Mataura
Maungaturoto
Methven
Morrinsville - Piako
Motueka
Murupara

N
Napier
- Taradale
- Wharerangi
Nelson
- Marsden Valley
- Wakapuaka
New Plymouth
- Awanui
- Te Henui
Ngaruawahia - New and Old
Ngongotaha
Norsewood

O
Oamaru
Ohakune
Ohura
Opotiki
Opunake
Otaki
Otautau
Otorohanga

P
Paeroa
Pahiatua
Paihia
Palmerston North - Kelvin Grove
Palmerston
Paraparaumu
- Awa Tapu
- Beach
Patea
Picton
Pongaroa
Port Chalmers
Pukerua Bay - Whenua Tapu
Putaruru - New and old

R
Raetihi
Rai Valley
Rangiora
Rawene
Richmond
Riverton
Rotorua
Ruatoria
Russell

S
Seddon
Springston
Stratford

T
Taihape
Tairua
Takapau
Tapanui
Taumarunui - New and old
Taupo
Tauranga - Pyes Pa
Te Aroha
Te Awamutu
Te Kauwhata - Waeranga
Te Kuiti
Te Puke (new late 2004)
Temuka
Thames - Totara
Timaru
Tirau
Tokoroa
Tolaga Bay
Tuakau
Turangi
Twizel

U
Umawera
Upper Hutt - Akatarawa

W
Waihi
Waikanae
Waikari
Waimate
Waimate North
Wainui
Waipawa
Waipiro Bay
Waipu
Waipukurau
Wairoa
Waitara
Waiuku
Waiouru
Wanganui - Aramoho
Wellington
- Karori
- Makara
- Wainuiomata (new 2004)
Wellsford
Westport - Orowaiti
Whakatane - Hill Crest
Whangamata
Whangarei - Maunu
Whitianga
Woodville

WARDROP marriages New Zealand 1860 - 1929

some WARDROP marriages New Zealand 1860 - 1929:

Annie Cullen Dibble Wardrop
- married Rex Webster in 1929

Archibald Robert Wardrop
- married Mona Myrtle Kinraid in 1924

Catherine Wardrop
- married William Cassels in 874

Colin Archibald Wardrop
- married Elsie Eveline Wilkinson in 1922

Colina Young Wardrop
- married James Dixon in 1919

Dorothy Lillias Wardrop
- married David Hugh Tisdall Davies in 1916

Gavin William Wardrop (1879-1932)
- maried Annie Elizabeth Newman in 1905
- Gavin is buried in Old Gorge Cemetery, Woodville

Gertrude Wardrop
- married Samuel Fredk Smithson in 1891

Isabella Horne Wardrop
- married Robert Cameron in 1903

James Wardrop
- married Sarah Stoddart in 1875

James Wardrop
- married Catherine Beckett in 1907

James Hastie Wardrop
- married Lucia Hankinson in 1920

James Hoseason Waddell Wardrop
- married Annie Elizabeth Shore in 1886

James Huia Wardrop
- married Annie Elizabeth Shore in 1913

Janet Wardrop
- married William Russell in 1860

Janet Muriel Wardrop
- married Arthur Robert Jacobson in 1921

Janet Robertson Wardrop
- married William Jarvie Bolton in 1926

John Wardrop
- married Ellen Gertrude Wright in 1918

Marion Kirkwood Wardrop
- married Arthur Norman Iles in 1924

Mary Wardrop
- married Albert Edney Briggs in 1903

Mary Helen Wardrop
- married Harold Frederick Fountain in 1926

Mary Lawrenson Wardrop
- married John Harace Goss in 1906

Mary Watt Wardrop
- married James Marshall in 1870

Thomas Guille Wardrop
- married Ethel Frances Palmer in 1886

Walter Nelson Wardrop
- married Elizabeth Gainforth in 1905

William Wardrop
- married Margaret Edwards in 1877

William Wardrop
- married Janet Thomson in 1905

WARIN marriages New Zealand 1884 - 1931

known WARIN marriages in New Zealand

NOTE
- the children are only those known, it is possible there were others
- you are welcome to add more info in the comment box below


the WARIN GROOMS
Alexander James Stewart Warin (1863-1939)
- he lived in Warkworth, North Auckland
- married Elizabeth Ann WILSON (1868-1956) in 1891
- their known children:
1894 - 1917 Garfield Alexander Napier Warin
- Garfield served in WWI as Private 31752 with NZEF, 19th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Battalion, A Company. His parents were then in Warkworth, Northland. He was KILLED IN ACTION 4 Oct 1917 Ypres, Belgium
1896 - 1924 Hilda Isabell Warin
1897 - 1982 Wilfred Selwyn Warin
1899 - ? Myrtle Kathleen Warin

Alfred Carson Warin (1872-1938)
- married Florance MOUNTFORT in 1904
- they had a daughter:
1905 - Lorna Carson Warin

George Sheppard Warin (1856-1906)
- married Martha Mary QUINN in 1894

James Thompson Wilson Warin (1902-1958)
- married Irene Lillian FORREST in 1925

John Warin
- married Estella Katherine DRUMM (1855-1929 nee REYLING) in 1895
Estella was previously married to James Joseph Drumm (1843-1886)
(James died aged 43 and is buried in Greymouth cemetery)
the known children of JAMES & ESTELLA:
1871 - James Frederick Drumm
1873 - Katherine Loretta Drumm
1875 - Josephine Gertrude Drumm
1878 - John Louis Drumm
1880 - Mary Stella Margurita Drumm

Owen Albert Warin (1900-1962)
- married Elsie May FOLLAS in 1921

Richard Nelson Warin
- married Minnie Katherine SOUTHGATE (1868-1906) in 1891
- their known children:
1896 - Irene Warin
1898 - Cyril Carson Warin
1904 - Rena Doris Warin
- Minnie died aged 37
- Richard next married Annie Maria SOUTHGATE (1865-1914) in 1910

Wilfred Selwyn Warin (1897-1982)
- married Kathleen Nora POOLE in 1923



the WARIN BRIDES
Dorothy Blanche Warin (1892-1980)
- daughter of Thomas Frederick (1859-1920) & Eliza Mary (1864-1946) WARIN
** see below
- married Richard Francis Stanley WILLIAMS (1889-1966) in 1915

Elizabeth Ellen Warin (1862-1944)
- Elizabeth was from Matakana (100km north of Auckland)
- she married William Owen Strangward NICCOLLS (1859-1923) in 1884
- William was born in Shropshire, England
- they lived in Cheltenham & Feilding, Manawatu
- William died 17 July 1923 aged 63
- he is buried PLOT 583, BLOCK 3 at Feilding cemetery, Manawatu
- the known children of Elizabeth & William:
1884 - Lucy Ellen Strangward Niccolls
- Lucy married James Henry TERRY in 1912
1886 - 1964 William Henry Strangward Niccolls (with photos)
- born in Taipouri Island, Huntly
- William served in WWI as Rifleman 11091 with NZRB, 6th Reinforcements 1st Battalion, E Company
1888 - 1913 Roland Fletcher Strangward Niccolls - Roland died aged 25
* 1889 - 1952 Leslie Dennys Strangward Niccolls
- * born in Australia. Leslie served in WWI as Private 3/2178 with NZEF, Medical Corps. His parents were then at Denbigh street, Feilding
?? - maybe others in Australia
1892 - Millicent Strangward Niccolls
- Millicent married Allan Anthony TOBECK in 1917
1894 - 1915 Owen Strangward Niccolls
- Owen served in WWI as Private 10/1595 with the 3rd Reinforcements. his parents were then at Denbigh street, Feilding. He was KILLED IN ACTION 8 Aug 1915 at Galipoli
1896 - Winifred Strongward Niccolls
- Winifred married Gimore HOWARD in 1920
1898 - Edith Mavis Strangward Niccolls
- Edith married Fergus Ian FAIRBROTHER in 1922
1902 - 1980 Walter Strangward Niccolls
- Walter died in Awapuni Hopital 25 July 1980 aged 78
- possible he married Alice Candlish ?? (1903-1968)
- he was cremated at Kelvin Grove, Palmerston North

Ethel Murray Warin (1898-1981)
- married Alfred Currar WITHAM in 1920

Hilda Isabel Warin (1896-1924)
- married Charles DAY in 1923

Irene Lillian Warin (1906-2000)
- married Reginald Richard HARBIDGE (1899-1992) in 1931

Irene Nicholas Warin (1896-1969)
- married William Reginald PHILLIPS (1896-1968) in 1921

Kathleen Myrtle Warin
- daughter of Alexander James Stewart WARIN & Elizabeth Ann WILSON
- married Harold Mason POOLE (1899-1975) in 1923

Madolyn Ruthe Warin (1900-1975)
- married Herbert HUGHES in 1922

Marrion Jane Warin (1908-?)
- daughter of William Henry (1875-1952) & Marrion Jane (1876-1949) WARIN
- married Charles DAY in 1931

Martha Mary Warin
- married William Fleming McELROY in 1913

Mary Ann Warin
- married William Alexander McGREGOR in 1892
- their known children::
1893 - 1927 Alan Godfrey McGregor
1895 - Roy Matheson McGregor
1897 - 1950 Jessie Charlotte McGregor
- Jesie married Percy Alexander SPURDLE (1891-1960) in 1922

Olive Carson Warin (1900-1967)
- daughter of William Henry (1875-1952) & Marrion Jane (1876-1949)
- married Norman Edwin HUTCHINGS in 1928

Rena Doris Warin (1904-1990)
- married Stanley David BEADNALL (1900-1963) in 1929
- son of Reginald Walter BEADNALL & Emily HARVEY, Stanley first married Rita WHORSKEY (1903-1931) in 1924


**
BIG thanks to Garwhit's comment on this marriage
Thomas Frederick WARIN married Eliza Mary DARROCH on 28 December 1886 at Mahurangi Heads, Warkworth
their children were:
* 1887 - 1979 Gladys Margaret Warin
* 1889 - 1857 Thomas Ulyett Carson Warin
* 1890 - 1890 John Warin (John lived 2 hours)
...* John & Kenneth were twins, born 17 November 1890
* 1890 - 1918 Kenneth Cranley Warin
... Kenneth served in WWI as Private 12/390. He embarked from Auckland 16 Oct 1914 & served for 3 years in Egypt, Gallipoli & the Western Front.
He died in Auckland during the Flu Pandemic
New Zealand Herald, 7 December 1918 Mr and Mrs WARIN, of Warkworth, wish to thank all those who helped nurse and attend their son at Mr Darroch's residence, Stanley Bay (especially do they wish to thank Nurse Urquhart and Dr Bennett), the many kind friends and relatives who sympathised with them in their sad bereavement, for letters, cards and floral emblems received
* 1892 - 1980 Dorothy Blanche Warin
* 1894 - 1965 Janet Darroch Warin
* 1895 - 1969 Irene Nicholas Warin
... * Irene & George were twins, born 22 December 1895
* 1895 - 1896 George Shepherd Warin
* 1898 - 1981 Ethel Murray Warin
* 1900 - 1975 Madolyn Ruth Warin
...* Madolyn & Albert were twins, born 9 November 1900
* 1900 - 1962 Albert Owen Warin


PHOTO
HEADSTONE Plot 583, Row 13, Block 3 at Feilding:
William Owen Strangward Niccolls (1859-1923)


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WASS buried in PERTH Cemeteries West Australia

the WASS buried in PERTH as at July 2011:


see also WASS of DONGARA


NAME - AGED AT DEATH - DATE OF DEATH - SUBURB

WASS BARRY GEORGE 75 years 2010 PINGELLY

WASS CORA HOPE 76 years 1973 NEDLANDS

WASS DORA DOGGETT 0 years 1913 WEST MIDLAND

WASS ELIZABETH JANE ANN 60 years 1958 MAHOGANY CREEK

WASS ELLEN LOUISA 67 years 1950 SOUTH PERTH

WASS FREDERICK EDWARD 67 years 2000 BALCATTA

WASS FREDERICK JAMES 50 years 1954 GOOMALLING

WASS GEORGE ALBERT 80 years 1989 MAYLANDS

WASS GORDON VICTOR 70 years 2010 MADDINGTON

WASS GWENDOLINE 74 years 1970 LANCELIN

WASS HENRY 62 years 1984 MEDINA

WASS HENRY WILLIAM 48 years 2007 MANDURAH

WASS IRWIN JAMES ROY 60 years 1968 WEST PERTH

WASS JOHN 69 years 1916 MULLINI

WASS LESLIE ROYCE 61 years 2007 ELLENBROOK

WASS LILLIAN MAY 74 years 1980 OSBORNE PARK

WASS MARGARET 69 years 1937 PERTH

WASS PHILLIP 73 years 1964 COMO

WASS PULCHIRA MAUD 68 years 1966 KEWDALE

WASS REGINALD 65 years 1965 HOLLYWOOD

WASS REGINALD JAMES 67 years 1997 DUNCRAIG

WASS RICHARD ANDREW EBENEZER 81 years 1978 WILLAGEE

WASS ROBERT WILLIAM 79 years 2009 BASSENDEAN

WASS ROWLAND 80 years 2011 OCEAN REEF

WASS SOPHY JOYCE 56 years 1963 VICTORIA PARK

WASS UNNAMED 0 years 1941 PALMYRA

WASS UNNAMED Stillborn 1927 UNKNOWN

WASS UNNAMED 0 years 1941 UNKNOWN