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the WEDDERSPOON at Dunedin as at July 2011:
WEDDERSPOON AGNES MCGREGOR 2 Years Burial 31 May 1864
WEDDERSPOON ALICE MARGARET 88 Years Burial 19 Dec 1992
WEDDERSPOON ANDREW 83 Years Burial 20 May 1918
WEDDERSPOON ANDREW 70 Years Burial 5 Nov 1943
WEDDERSPOON ANDREW SCOTT 42 Years Burial 28 Jan 1907
WEDDERSPOON ANN 74 Years Burial 1 Aug 1945
WEDDERSPOON ANNIE 78 Years Burial 20 Oct 1938
WEDDERSPOON ANNIE LOUDON 46 Years Cremation 14 Jul 1945
WEDDERSPOON CATHERINE 74 Years Burial 22 Sep 1907
WEDDERSPOON CATHERINE 75 Years Burial 2 Aug 1921
WEDDERSPOON CATHERINE MCGREGOR 66 Years Burial 14 Jul 1936
WEDDERSPOON CHRISTINA 78 Years Burial 7 Dec 1945
WEDDERSPOON CHRISTINA JANE DAVIDSON 76 Years Burial 15 Sep 1945
WEDDERSPOON ELIZABETH 70 Years Burial 7 May 1932
WEDDERSPOON ELIZABETH ALEXANDRA 49 Years Burial 10 Jan 1950
WEDDERSPOON ELIZABETH SCOTT 61 Years Burial 24 Jul 1917
WEDDERSPOON GREGOR MCGREGOR 67 Years Burial 10 Mar 1935
WEDDERSPOON JAMES 79 Years Burial 10 Jun 1912
WEDDERSPOON JAMES CAIRNS 75 Years Cremation 20 Feb 1942
WEDDERSPOON JAMES RENTON 66 Years Burial 31 Aug 1964
WEDDERSPOON JAMES WILSON 6 Years Burial 29 Apr 1903
WEDDERSPOON JOHN 74 Years Burial 20 Apr 1907
WEDDERSPOON JOHN RENTON 80 Years Burial 2 Jan 1977
WEDDERSPOON JOHN RONALD 72 Years Cremation 28 Sep 1976
WEDDERSPOON JOHN WENTWITH 65 Years Burial 15 Feb 1964
WEDDERSPOON MARGARET 54 Years Burial 27 Aug 1887
WEDDERSPOON MARGARET COQUHAUN 4 Years Burial 3 Jun 1864
WEDDERSPOON MARGARET EDNA 88 Years Burial 17 Dec 2003
WEDDERSPOON MARGARET STIRLING 12 Years Burial 2 May 1909
WEDDERSPOON MARY AGNES 'Nessie' 97 Years Ashes Burial 25 Apr 2003
WEDDERSPOON MARY JANE WILSON 64 Years Burial 5 Feb 1932
WEDDERSPOON PAUL JAMES 31 Years Burial 6 Apr 1976
WEDDERSPOON PETER 19 Years Burial 5 Sep 1879
WEDDERSPOON ROBERT Not recorded Burial 16 Sep 1955
WEDDERSPOON ROBERT SANDILANDS 63 Years Burial 10 Jul 1973
WEDDERSPOON WILLIAM 84 Years Burial 5 Oct 1925
WEDDERSPOON WILLIAM 84 Years Burial 7 Sep 1942
WEDDERSPOON WILLIAM NEILSON 75 Years Cremation 19 Apr 1971
WEDDERSPOON WILLIAMINA JANET 85 Years Cremation 7 Sep 1982
some of the WEDDERSPOON marriages New Zealand 1886 - 1927:
Albert James Wilden
- married Dorothea Ruby HENRY in 1915
Albert James Wilden
- married Kathleen Isabel BROWN in 1927
Bessie Mary Wilden
- married David Bruce ANDREW in 1925
Edith Alice Wilden
- married William Crawford JOHNSTON in 1923
- married Rosena DAVIS in 1896
James Henry Wilden
- married Amy Elizabeth CHARTERS in 1922
Olive Irene Wilden
- married David LESLIE in 1923
Thomas Andrew Wilden
- married Eliza Mary FISHER in 1890
William Albert Wilden
- married Jemima Helen COURTS in 1886
William Arthur Wilden
- married Jessie Leaden FARQUHAR in 1922
taken form PAPERS PAST
the EVENING POST - 17 September 1938
anything in italics are my additions
SCANLAN - ELLERAY
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Thorndon, was filled with relatives and friends recently for the wedding of Clara Theresa (1912-1987), eldest daughter of Mr James ELLERAY (1878-1952) and the late Mrs Elleray, and Cyril Garrett (1909-1990), younger son of Mrs M. (Mrs Michael -Catherine 'Kate' nee O'Sullivan ) SCANLAN and the late Mr Scanlan (Michael 1866-1920), of Wellington.
The Rev. Father D. NOLAN, cousin of the bridgroom, officiated and celebrated the Nuptial Mass.
The bride wore a beautiful gown of white slipper satin cut on classical lines and trimmed with muinute sprays of lilies. Her tulle veil fell in graceful folds from a coronet of pearls and orange blossom to form a graceful train, and her bridal bouguet was of arum lilies.
Miss Margaret Elleray, sister of the bride, wore a charming picture frock of embroidered Swiss organdie (sic) over primrose and a pretty floral headband to match her posy of spring flowers.
The bridegroom was attended by Mr Edmund MADDEN (Edmund David Madden 1917-2005), and the bride was escorted into the church by her brother, Bryan (Bryan James 1914-1983)
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taken from PAPERS PAST
the OBSERVER - 11 June 1898
A wedding of much interest to a large circle of friends took place on Tuesday, May 24th, at the Thames, the happy couple being Miss Elizabeth Mary Carley BILLINGS, third daughter of the late Mr James A. Billings, and Mr Henry TAYLOR, third son of Mr Henry Taylor, of the Thames.
The ceremony, which was soleminised in St George's Church, was a very prettily arranged one, and was witnessed by a large number of friends.
The Rev. Dr O'CALLAGHAN offciate.
One hundred and fifty guests were afterwards emtertained at a splendid wedding breakfast at the residence of Mr William Taylor, Pollen-street.
The newly-wedded couple departed for their future home in Coromandel, bearing with them the best wishes of numerous friends for a happy and prosperous future.
the known children of Henry & Elizabeth were:
1902 - Percy Clifford Taylor
1903 - Julia Florence Alicea Tayloe
1905 - Mable Emily Carley Taylor
1908 - Eunice May Taylor
1910 - Alma Marjorie Joy Taylor
the wedding report was taken from PAPERST PAST
the OBSERVER 11 June 1898
(italics are my additions)
A wedding of interest to numerous friends was celebrated on Wednesday of last week, at the residence of the bride's parents, Devenport.
The happy couple were Mr H. N. GOLDWATER, son of Mr N. Goldwater, of Hobson-street, and Miss Netta TOBIAS, daughter of Mr T. Tobias, of Auckland.
THe ceremony was performed by the Rabbi, the Rev Mr GOLDSTEIN (Samuel Aaron 1854-1935), a number of friends being present to witness the happy event.
The bride wore a rich and beautful bridal dress of white brocaded silk, charmingly trimmed with silk lace, chiffon and orange blossoms, and was attended by her cousin, Miss Maud Tobias.
The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a diamond ring, and to the bridesmaid, a diamond brooch with initials in pearls. The bride presented the bridegroom with gold sleeve links.
The wedding party were afterward entertained at a sumptuous champagne breakfast, when the toast to the bride and bridegroom was drunk.
Amongst the large collection of handsome and valuable presents received was a silver cake-stand from the Mayor of Devenport, Mr J. C. MACKY (served 1896-1901), and a handsome liqueur-stand, from Waitemata City Rowing CLub, of which, until recently, Mr Goldwater has been a leading member.
Mr and Mrs Goldwater departed for the South to spend ther honeymoon, prior to settling down to their future home at New Plymouth
James Martin DAWSON (1867-1952)
was born in Tokomairiro, Otago 11th of 12 children of Benjamin DAWSON (Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire 1827-1907) & Hannah HURREN (1830-1890) who arrived into Port Chalmers 6 Oct 1853 on the Rajah with 2 children, Henry William (1849-1909) & Mary Honour (1852-1930). Banjamin & Hannah were farmers in Waihola, Otago & later he was the stationmaster at Ravensbourne. They are buried Southern Cemetery, Dunedin
Janet Beatrice SHURY (1875-1962)
was born in Ashburton, 9th of 10 children of Augustus Hutton SHURY (London 1833-1915) & Janet CHAPMAN (1843-1884). Janet's paternal grandfather was George William Shury, Headmaster of Great Ealing School which was founded in 1698 by the Rev Richard Badcock Shury, rector of Perivale, (whose son-in-law the Rev David Nicholas became headmaster in 1791 & HIS sons, the Rev George Nicholas, who left in 1837, and the Rev Francis Nicholas, spent large sums of money on buildings). Janet's father, Augustus Shury arrived in Dunedin in Nov 1860 after spending 9 years in Victoria, Australia. He was the manager of the Union Bank in Ashburton for 20 years
JAMES & JANET married in 1904
Ashburton Guardian, 1 June 1904
ORANGE BLOSSOMS, DAWSON-SHURY
A wedding of no little interest to Ashburtonites took place this afternoon, the contracting parties being Mr James Martin Dawson, of Dannevirke (formerly of the Bank of New Zealand, Ashburton) and Miss Janet Beatrice Shury, youngest daughter of Mr A. H. Shury, of this town.
The ceremony took place at St Stephen's church, which had been profusely and beautifully decorated with evergreens, flowers, wedding bells and hearts by the lady friends of the bride, the Rev E. Whitehouse being the officiating clergyman.
The bride, who was led to the altar by her father, looked very becoming in a costume of broche silk, trimmed with chiffon and d'alenecen lace, and ruchings of true lovers knots, wearing a veil with coronet of orange blossoms, caught up by a diamond ring, She carried a handsome shower bouquet of uncommon and beautiful lilies, with hand painted streamers, the initials of the contracting parties being worked in at either end in a unique and artistic manner by lady friends of the bride. The bride also wore a gold bamboo bangle, the gift of the bridegroom.
Miss Bell, the chief bridesmaid, was attired in a costume of crepe de chene, over pink and laciniolate silk, Paris hat to correspond, with pink and green trimmings. She also wore a greenstone heart pendant, and carried an exquisitely pretty shower bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom
Miss Hart, the other bridesmaid, was dressed in white silk, with Paris lace, and soft white hat to match. The lady wore a pearl pendant necklace, the gift of the bridegroom, and also carried a shower bouquet, nicely arranged.
The best man and groomsmen were Mr J. R. Friedlander and Master Bob Hart, respectively. (16 year old Robert Hutton Hart, son of her sister Helen Grace Shury & Robert William Hart)
As the happy couple left the church, a Wedding March was played in an accomplished manner by Mr Clarence Turner, brother-in-law of the bride. (Her sister Augusta Shury married Clarence Frederic Turner in 1899)
The wedding party was comprised of about 200 guests, among whom were noticeable, Mesdames Hart (Winchmore), Allen, J. Davidson, Turner, Bell, Misses Gresson and Winter, and other prominent ladies of this county.
After the ceremony, which was performed at 2.30. the wedding party were received at Mr Shury's private rooms, at the Somerset Hotel, where afternoon tea was dispensed. Toasts usual on such festive occasions, were proposed and duly honored.
Mr and Mrs Dawson left by the Mount Somers train for Mount Somers, where they will spend a short stay, and then proceed to Dannevirke, in which town they will make their future home. The bride's travelling dress was a smart tailor made dress of blue cloth, with a pretty blue French sailor hat to match.
The presents, numbering over two hundred, included silver and gold ware, articles of furniture, fancy work, wood carvings, ornamental glassware, paintings, cheques, etc., proving that the bride is highly respected and esteemed by a large circle of friends.
We take this opportunity of joining in wishing Mr and Mrs Dawson success and happiness in their new sphere of life
the children of JAMES & JANET Dawson
(others will be added if any found)
1905 - 1905 Hurren Dawson
born in Dannevirke, Hurren died aged 16 hours
buried Grave 72, Block F at Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke
1910 - 1985 Hurren Martin Stanhope Dawson
taken from Addington Raceway Timeline
... A man recognised for his role in guiding the Anglican Church, Christ's College, and the Metropolitan Trotting Club has died after a long illness.
Mr Hurren Martin Stanhope Dawson, 74, was educated at Christ's College and Canterbury University. He graduated with an LLB and remained in practice as a solicitor in Christchurch for the rest of his life.
A keen sportsman he played for the Canterbury B Rugby team and achieved two New Zealand University blues in shotput and the javelin. He later turned his hand to golf and bowls, with equal success.
He was appointed a steward of the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club in 1963, became a committee man five years later and was made a life member in 1981.
He was a director of Addington Raceway Ltd from 1967-85 and made a life member of the other two contributing Clubs - the New Brighton and Canterbury Park Trotting Clubs - in 1980 and 1981.
Mr Dawson is survived by two sons and two daughters.
In 1915 (death of Janet's father) they were living in Lower Hutt
James Martin Dawson died 27 July 1952 aged 85
Janet Beatrice Dawson died 12 August 1962 aged 86
there burial not yet found
There is a James Hurren Martin 'Jim' Dawson who was a First-class Cricketer (Right-arm fast-medium) for Canterbury playing 11 first-class matches from 1957-1963. He was born 28 Oct 1938 in Christchurch. I'm thinking a possible son of Hurren Martin Stanhope Dawson. Hope someone can help
Plot 119, Block 5P at Southern Cemetery, Dunedin
James's parents Benjamin & Hannah Dawson
WEDDING of Margaret Ethel ELIOTT-LOCKHART (1894-1983)
a daughter of Colonel Robert Dundas ELIOTT-LOCKHART (1841-1920) of the Royal Horse Artillery & Ethel Margaret COTESWORTH (1854-1921)
(their memorials at Sibbaldbie churchyard, Scotland - see photo)
from Evening Post, 15 September 1925
... Bishop Llewellyn Henry Gwynne (Bishop of Egypt and the Soudan) officiated on the 5th August at the Parish Church, Thame, Oxon, at the marriage of
Captain Patrick Kinloch Campbell (1894-1970), Black Watch, (A.D.C. to the late Major-General Sir Lee Stack) eldest son of the late Mr and Mrs Patrick Campbell, of Christchurch (Patrick Campbell 1844-1916 & Emily 'Milly' Robinson (1857-1922), and Margaret Ethel Eliott Lockhart, youngest daughter of the late Colonel and Mrs R. D. Eliott-Lockhart (writes "The Post's" London correspondent).
The marriage took place from the residence of Captain and Mrs Ashton, who subsequently held a reception. Captain Ashton gave away the bride, who wore a dress of deep cream satin beaute, with a train of Carrickmacross lace, and a tulle veil held with a wreath of orange flowers and myrtle. Her bouquet was of white roses.
The bridesmaids - Misses Helen Stack and Anne Slessor - were in delphinium blue with hats to match. The best man was Mr Rowland Barnard.
Those invited to the wedding and to the reception at Scotsgrove House included:
Major and Mrs R. Cotesworth
Mr W. Cotesworth
Major and Mrs C. Cotesworth
General and Mrs Herbert
Colonel and Mrs Hawkins and Miss Hawkins
Flight-Lieut. Macfarlane and Mrs Macfarlane
Colonel and Mrs Slessor
General L. L. Maxwell
Mr and Mrs Birch Reynardson
Colonel and Mrs Watson
Mr Sidney Fane
Captain and Mrs Hemersley
Miss de Rougemont
Miss Gordon Cumming
Mrs P. Eliott-Lockhart
Major A. Slessor
The first part of the honeymoon will be spent in England and later Captain and Mrs Campbell intend visiting New Zealand and Canada
Applegarth & Sibbaldbie Parish Churchyards
taken in 2008 by Chris Newman
taken from PAPERS PAST
(italics are my additions)
the COLONIST - 25 May 1903
A very pretty wedding was solemnised a Mrs (Eliza) Livick's, "Walnut Villa," yesterday afternoon, when Eliza Louisa (Louie), youngest daughter of the late Jonathan LIVICK, (1824-1880) of Cumberland, was married to Mr Richard TREWAVAS, (1872-) of Riwaka, the eldest son of Mr R. J. (Richard James 1847-1911) TREWAVAS, chemist (Motueka)
The Rev. T. JOHNSTON, of Motueka, officiated.
The bride was given away by her eldest brother, William.
She looked charming in her pretty dress of pale biscuit colour, trimmed with silk and lace, she was also wearing the usual wreath and veil of orange blossoms, and carried a pretty shower bouguet, the gift of the bridegroom.
Mr H. O. (Herbert Oscar 1872-1941) Livick acted as best man, the chief bridesmaid being Miss Maggie Trewavas (Margaret born 1877), sister of the bridegroom, who looked very pretty in a brown costume trimmed with blue silk.
The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a handsome gold-mounted bangle, while the bride's gift to the bridegroom was a silver mounted walking stick. The bridgesmaid's present was a gold-mounted greenstone brooch.
The presents were numerous and costly, including a piano from the bride's mother.
After the ceremony the guests were entertained at afternoon tea.
Mr and Mrs Trewavas left overland late in the afternoon for their future home, which is to be at Riwaka, and they left amidst a shower of roses, and heaps of rice, and old boots, etc
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