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where is William INKPEN of Perth West Australia ?

There are 26 people with the surname INKPEN buried in the Karrakatta Cemetery in Perth, West Australia


ALMA SYLVIA 1903 - 1986
AMY FRANCES 1870 - 1940
ANNIE EVA 1869 - 1932
AVON CYRIL 1903 - 1970
DORA ELIZABETH 1906 - 1982
EILEEN VICTORIA 1900 - 1972
ELSIE 1883 - 1969
EMILY died aged 27
ERIC PINCOMBE 1902 - 1980
FRANK JULIUS 1873 - 1955
GEORGE EDWARDS 1867 - 1932
GRACE ELEANOR 1882 - 1968
JACK BADEN 1900 - 1997
LAWRENCE HENRY 1878 - 1960

Louisa Inkpen 19-6-1826 - 3-8-1906
- nee Strickland of Westminster, Greater London
- married William Inkpen in 1850 in WA
- where is William buried ?
- her parents were Robert Henry Strickland and Mary Farell
- she had a brother David Strickland, 1818 London - 1898 Ashburton, Canternury
- he moved to New Zealand
- he married Harriet Baldick in Blenheim in 1848

MARGARET ISABEL 1937 - 2001
MATILDA FRANCES 1843 - 1934
MOLLIE VERONICA 1919 - 2002
PAMELA KATHLEEN 1923 - 2003
RHODA MYRTLE 1888 - 1969
ROY 1891 - 1953
SARAH ELLEN 1901 - 1973
SYLVIA PEARL 1909 - 1992
THELMA 1896 - 1976
WALTER 1874 - 1949
WESLEY CARTER 1879 - 1939

while looking for Emma STENT I came across this . . .

Emma Stent married my great grandmother's brother and I have just been doing a research on all the women of that family.

I came across this very interesting write up about her father CAPTAIN JAMES HAYTER JACKSON who was one of the first 50 people to emigrate to New Zealand and he set up a whaling station in Marlborough. When he first arrived he spent the early years living with the famous maori chief Te Rauparaha.

BUT, for me, even more interesting is that Emma, his daughter, the woman I was researching, married twice - first marriage (to John Lynds who died in Australia somewhere) she had 4 children to.

The second marriage to Charles Stent she had another 16 CHILDREN TO !!! - (actually 10, see link below)

3 years on and the above info has now been amended after much research and HEAPS of help from Malcolm - read here: Emma JACKSON-LYNDS

2 comment(s), latest 6 years, 2 months ago

WHIM CREEK CEMETERY - West Australia


9 comment(s), latest 5 years, 4 months ago

WHIM CREEK Hotels ALLEGATIONS of UNSUITABLENESS - 1912

from the WEST AUSTRALIAN, 5 September 1912

WHIM CREEK HOTELS
ALLEGATIONS OF UNSUITABLENESS
- Roebourne, Spet 4

In the Licensing Court on Monday William John HENDERSON and Thomas Wrixon CONWAY, the licensees respectively of the Whim Creek and Federal Hotels, Whim Creek, were called on to show cause why their licences should not be cancelled for not keeping their hotels up to the standard required by the Act.

The evidence of the police went to show that the premises were unsuitable. There was no accommodation and the buildings were dirty. The walls of the rooms were only eight feet high. Women arriving at Whim Creek had to sit up all night on the verandah opposite the police station, while children slept in the building.
Constable GROWDEN was asked what he would suggest to improve the places, and he replied that a fire-stick would be the best thing.

The defence was a general denial of the allegations. The reason that no money was spent in improvements was that the licensees were saving money with which to build new premises.

Mr DAVIES, who appeared for the licensees, stated that it seemed to him that the reason or the prosecution was to clear the way for a State Hotel, a petition for the provision of which had been prepared.

Corporal FOULKES applied for the cancellation of the licenses.

The Court decided to proceed to Whim Creek to inspect the premises and adjourned the furhter hearing sine die.

Mr SLEEMAN, the manager of the West Pilbarra Trading and Finance Company, said that the material for a new hotel was on the way from England

WHITE on PECK of TAITA

a list of the WHITE on the tree as at 15 Oct 2010

* Aileen Ruth White (1908-1987)
born Carterton
married William 'Rulon' Hooper BILLMAN 1933 in Greytown

* Alban Vincent White (1892-1964)

* Albert White (b.1838)

* Albert White (1854-1893)
- married Emily Ellen WILLIAMS 1883
- Emily remarried to Reuben KING in 1894 in Taita

* Alfred Ernest White (b.1873)

* Alfred John Stafford White

* Alfred William White

* Allan John White (b.1889)

* Alma Ella White (1895-1968)

* Ann White

* Ann White (b.1846)

* Annie Elizabeth White (1856-1942)

* Bedford Webb White (1855-1937)

* Carol A. White

* Caroline White (b.1829)

* Cecil Courtney White (1893-1971)
married Lydia Selina BRAY in 1916

* Charles Thomas White (1894-1965)

* Charlotte White (b.1834)

* Charlotte Matilda White (1882-1916)
married Robert Stephen AVERY in 1901

* Clarence Osman White (b.1889)

* Denis George White

* Edith White (1885-1958)

* Edna Adaline White (1898-1939)
married Herbert Russell PLAW in 1933

* Eliza Bentinck White (1841-1895)
married Peter Anderson WILKIE 1858
married William GREENWOOD 1886

* Elizabeth White (b.1852)
born Froxfield, Petersfield, Hampshire to Walter John WHITE & Emma Jane TWITCHEN

* Elizabeth White (1835-1904)
married John WILKIE 1857

* Ella Dorothea White (b.1892)
married Rayden Leslie FREEMAN in 1919

* Elsie Myrtle White (b.1898)

* Ernest Alfred White (b.1901)

* Ethel Jane White (1887-1975)

* Florence White

* Fred White (b.1836)

* George White (b.1867)

* George Isaac White (1907 - 1993)

* Harriet White (b.1841)

* Harriot White (1822 - 1882)

* Harry White (b.1855)

* Henry White (1850-1874)

* Hubert Melville White (b.1893)

* Ida Grace White (1901-1944)
married Charles Roy BROUGHAM (1895-1968) in 1927

* Iris Beatrice May White (b.1902)
married Percival Banks WELDON (1896-1969) in 1936

* Iris Myrtle White (1904-1991)

* Ivy May White (b.1900)

* Jay Lynn White

* Jean Baxter White

* Jessie Louise White (1904-2000)
- married James William LIND 1927 in Bulls
- buried Feilding

* Joseph White

* Julia Gladys White (b.1911)

* Lacey White (b.1886)

* Lillie White (b.1885)

* Mabel White (b.1913)

* Margaret Stephanie 'Greta' White
- married Albert Errol SAYWELL 1952 in Greytown

* Martha White

* Mary White (b.1789)

* Mary White (b.1830)

* Mervyn Emerson White (b.1891)

* Nellie White

* Olive Alice White (b.1903)

* Rachel Kate White

* Rufus White (b.1758)
married Elizabeth MILLER in Dorset

* Sylvia Norma White (1926 - 1985)

* Walter White (b.1883)

* Walter John White (b.1832)

* William White

* William White

* William White (b.1811)

* William White (b.1849)

4 comment(s), latest 6 years, 3 months ago

WHITE buried Marlborough, New Zealand

NOTES
* any additions or corrections are welcomed. Please leave a comment below
* there are a number of other White buried in the area but the databse does not have their names
* many of the following do not have death dates at database
* dates may be of death OR burial


the WHITE buried in Blenheim, New Zealand to Dec 2010


White, Albert Henry
- 26 August 1981 aged 86
- buried Tuamarina

White, Alfred
- 17 June 1897 aged 3 months
- buried Tuamarina

White, Arthur Clarence
- 26 Oct 1960 aged 66
- buried Omaka

White, Barbara
- 14 August 1956 aged 86
- buried Omaka

White, Benjamin Frederick
- 19 February 1966 aged 80
- buried Omaka

White, Caroline Ella
- 16 October 1914 aged 21
- buried Tuamarina

White, Caroline Louisa
- 23 May 1894 aged 35
- buried Picton

White, Catherine Common
- 10 February 1958 aged 76
- buried Omaka

White, Charles
- 23 November 1934 aged 82
- buried Tuamarina with Elizabeth Ann White

White, Charles Botham
- 18 May 1907 aged 21
- buried Tuamarina with Caroline Ella White

White, Eleanor Jane
- 14 March 1922 aged 69
- buried Omaka with Watson

White, Elizabeth Ann
- 2 April 1912 age 52
- buried Tuamarina with Charles White

White, Elizabeth Jean
- 8 November 1945 aged 4
- buried Omaka with Brian Vernon Myles & Janice Gwen Wratt

White, Ellen
- buried 17 December 1910 aged
- buried Omaka with Ellen Eva White & Leonard Arthur White

White, Ellen Eva/Ada
- 1 April 1925 aged 43
- buried Omaka with Ellen White & Leonard Arthur White

White, Elsie Mabel
- 26 November 1974 aged 83
- buried Omaka with William White

White, Emmaline Alberta
- 17 April 1959 aged 74
- buried Omaka

White, Frank Oldham
- 12 January 1924 aged 42
- buried Tuamarina

White, Gladys Louise
- 20 May 1978 aged 79
- buried Tuamarina

White, Gordon Fred
- 15 September 1994 aged 72
- buried Fairhall with May Shakespeare White

White, Gregory David
- 25 February 2007 aged 55
- buried Fairhall

White, Henry Horace
- 18 May 1956 aged 75
- buried Omaka

White, Ivy Zilpha
- 12 August 1985 aged 94
- buried Tuamarina

White, James
- 24 February 1931 aged unknown
- buried Omaka

White, James Spencer
- 14 February 1971 aged 79
- bried Tuamarina

White, Jean
- 4 July 1972 aged 68
- buried Omaka

White, John James
- 1 June 1881 aged 6 months
- buried Tuamarina

White, Leonard Arthur
- 12 February 1959 aged 78
- buried Omaka with Ellen White & Ellen Eva White

White, Margaret
- 19 June 1988 aged 91
- buried Picton with Robert Frederick White

White, Margaret Ann
- 8 November 1950 aged 75
- buried Omaka

White, Marjory
- 11 November 1924 aged 75
- buried Omaka

White, Martha
- 21 September 1935 aged 47
- buried Tuamarina

White, May Shakespeare
- 30 April 2004 aged 79
- buried Fairhall with Gordon Fred White

White, Noel
- 24 February 1909 aged unknown
- buried Omaka

White, Noel
- 27 July 1945 aged
- buried Omaka with Montgomery, Robyn Allayne Sadler & Susan Simonsen

White, Robert
- 7 January 1900 aged 1 day
- buried Tuamarina

White, Robert Charles
- 16 January 1947 aged 24
- buried Omaka

White, Robert Frederick
- 29 January 1986 aged 84
- buried Picton with Margaret White

White, Wilfred Stewart
- 21 April 1990 age 76
- buried Fairhall

White, William Jabez
- 30 June 1909 aged 65
- buried Omaka with John Liddington Higgs & Lane

White, William
- 6 December 1935 aged 3
- buried Picton

White, William Botham
- 21 April 1973 aged 83
- buried Omaka with Elsie Mabel White

White, William George Clarry
- 31 January 1979 aged 62
- buried Fairhall

White, William James
- 2 July 1970 aged 71
- buried Omaka

White, William Richard Tempest
- 12 October 1963 aged 84
- buried Omaka

White, Winifred Beatrice May
- 2 July 1976 aged 81
- buried Omaka

1 comment(s), latest 5 years, 1 month ago

WHITE,, EDITH of TAITA NEW ZEALAND

Does anyone know of a Edith White who married Samuel Peck jnr in 1905/6 - maybe in Lower Hutt - but some of the family were in Woodville during this era so that is a possibility
I am trying to find who her parents were thereby tracing her back to Reuben King as it is said he was her grandfather

1 comment(s), latest 9 years, 2 months ago

WHITEACRE in New Zealand from 1915

WILLIAM WHITEACRE (1852-1918)
- of Killcangn ?, Kilbride
married on 6 November 1884 at Carlow parish, Hacketstown to:
Deborah UBANK (1857-1931)
- of Kilcarney, Hacketstown

NOTE
the ages of William & Deborah on the 1911 cencus do not match their ages recorded at death
- if William was 50 in 1911 his birth date should be about 1861
- (age at death should then be 56 but is recorded as 66)
- if Deoborah was 49 in 1911 her birth date should be about 1862
- (age at death should then be 69 but is recorded as 73)

the census says they had 8 children and that 8 children were still living in 1911
- only 7 known at this time, your help would be appreciated

the family arrived in New Zealand after the 1911 Census in Dublin, Ireland:-

Residents of a house 5 in Stormanstown (Drumcondra Rural, Part of Dublin)
William Whiteacre, aged 50, Head of Family, Land Steward, born County Wicklow
Deborah Whiteacre, aged 49, his Wife, Dairy Maid, born County Wicklow
Helen D. Whiteacre, aged 19, Daughter, Dairy Maid, born Queens County
Isabella S. Whiteacre, aged 17, Daughter, Scholar, born County Sligo
Carolina F. Whiteacre, aged 15, Daughter, Scholar, born County Sligo
Robert G. Whiteacre, aged 13, Son, Scholar, born County Sligo
Elizabeth M. Whiteacre, aged 8, Daughter, Scholar, born County Longford
Alexandra V. Whiteacre, aged 7, Daughter, Scholar, born County Galway
... missing from that address in 1911 was their son Edward & 1 other son
NOTE in the 1901 census the family (including 13 year old Edward & Helen, Isabella, Caroline & Robert aged 3) were at house 5 in Templehouse Demesne (Temple, Sligo), also William's mother Isabella Whiteacre aged 84, but no older child than Edward


the WHITEACRE marriages in New Zealand 1916 - 1929

Edward 'Ed, Eddie' Whiteacre (1887-1954)
(born in Ireland, 1st/2nd? child of William & Deborah Whiteacre)
- Edward was a Constable in Wellington from at least 1915. In 1917 when he and other Comstables of the area were called to arms the Commissioner of Police, Mr J. O'Donovan, appealed on public grounds that owing to the shortage of police officers it was impossible to release them for military service
- Edward married Maude LOCKYER (1900-1971) in 1916
- they had a son Edward William 'Teddie' (1917-1954) & daughters Eleanor 'Ella' (?) & Gloria (?)
19 Dec 1922 I, Edward Whiteacre, 150 Tasman street, Wellington, hereby give notice that I have applied to the Magistrate's Court at Wellington for a License under the Land Agents Act 1921-22, to carry on business as a land Agent at 55 Courtney place, Wellington (later, they were at 7 Courtney place next to the Post Office), and that such application will be heard at the above Court after one month from the 19th day of December 1922, being the date of the first publication of this notice.
- they also lived in Lower Hutt for a time
- Maude left on 6 May 1937 on the Rangitane for a visit to England and Ireland. A surprise farewell party was put on for her at her own home, Hawker street, Mt Victoria, Wellington, by her good friend and wife of Edward's business partner, Mrs Vincent Dentice. Maude left on the Oxford to return to New Zealand on 29 Nov 1937 via Australia
- Maude's nephew, Alfred Churchill Lockyer, Flight Sergeant NZ428130 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force 550 Squadron, RAF, was killed in action 17 March 1945 in the UK
EDWARD died 24 Aug 1954 aged 67
- he is buried Plot 112 E, Section CH ENG2 at Karori with parents & sister Nellie
MAUDE died 20 Sep 1971 aged 71
- she is bured Plot 1194 E, Section CH ENG2 Karori


Helen Deborah 'Nellie' Whiteacre (1891-1921)
(eldest daughter of William & Deborah Whiteacre)
- married Albert Edward COUCHMAN on 29 Nov 1919 at St Paul's, Wellington
On Saturday 29th Nov 1919, at St Paul's, Wellington, bY the Rev A. M. Johnson, Albert Edward, third eldest son of Mr and Mrs Couchman, Petone, to Helen Deborah, eldest daughter of Mrs and the late Mr Whiteacre, 1 Creswick-road, Northland, Wellington. The bride wore a check costume with loose panels, and white crepe-de-chine hat with osprey. She carried a bouquet of white roses and maidenhair fern. The bridesmaid, Miss Carrie Whiteacre, wore a gabardine costume and pink georgette hat, with feather trimming. She carried a bouquet of pink sweet peas. Mr and Mrs Counchman left for the North the same evening
HELEN died 25 May 1921in Wanganui aged 29
- buried Plot 112 E, Section CH ENG2 at Karori with her parents & brother Ed


Isabella Susan 'Bell' Whiteacre (1894-1923)
(born in Ireland, daughter of William & Deborah Whiteacre)
- married Clifton Charles 'Cliff' MITCHELL 11 Sep 1917 at St Paul's, Wellington
on the 11th September 1917 at St. Paul's Pro-Cathedral, Wellington, by the Rev A. M. Johnson, Clifton Charles Mitchell, youngest son of the late Mr and Mrs Adam Mitchell, Remuera, Auckland, to Isabella Susan, second eldest daughter of William and Deborah Whiteacre, 4 Karori-road, Wellingotn, Auckland papers please copy
- they had a son Robert 'Bobbie' Mitchell (possibly others)


Caroline Frances 'Carrie' Whiteacre (1896-1968)
(born in Ireland, daughter of William & Deborah Whiteacre)
- Carolina married Alan Fleetwood GILBERT (1887-1974) on 9 Jan 1929
- 5th of 6 children of William Charles GILBERT & his 2nd wife, Emily ROBINSON (1852-1941). Emily was born in Takaka, her father, John Perry Robinson, was a dentist and the Superintendent of Nelson Province. Emily died in Carterton Nov 1941
- Alan enlisted for WWI from Spring Grove, Waimea
CAROLINE died 26 Aug 1968 aged 72
ALAN died 11 Nov 1974 aged 87
- they are buried together Plot 186 P, Section CH ENG at Karori


Robert Gordon 'Bob' Whiteacre (1898-1950)
(born in County Sligo, son of William & Deborah Whiteacre)
- Robert was a Railway Fireman of Karori road when called to arms in June 1916
- he married Caroline 'Carrie' ROTHERHAM on 10 Jan 1920
ROBERT died 25 April 1950 aged 52
- he was cremated at Karori


Elizabeth May 'Lillian', 'Lil' Whiteacre (1903-1992)
(born in County Longford, 4th daughter of William & Deborah Whiteacre)
- married Noel Roy Robert George CRICHTON (1901-1991) in May 1923, St John's Church, Wellington
12 May 1923 An evening wedding recently took place in St John's Church, Wellington, when Miss Lilian Whiteacre, fourth daughter of Mrs and the late Mr W. Whiteacre, of Northland, Wellington, was married to Mr Noel R. Chrichton, of Palmerston North. The Rev Dr Gibb officiated at the ceremony, and Mr W. Oliver, of Wellington, was best man. The bride, who was given away by her brother (Mr Edward Whiteacre), wore a wedding gown of white satin, daintily embroidered in beads. A handsome veil was also worn, arranged with a wreath of orange blossom, and she carried a beautiful shower bouquet. Miss V. Whiteacre, as chief bridesmaid, in a heliotrope satin frock with bell sleeves of all-over lace in the same colour. She wore a picture hat of the same shade, with silver streamers. The bride's little niece, Miss Ella Whiteacre (daughter of Edward), was a flower girl, in a lemon taffeta dress and a wreath round her head. She carried a basket of exquisite roses and autumn leaves. After the ceremony, about fifty guests (relatives and intimate friends including several from Auckland, Dunedin and Palmerston North) were entertained at the home of Mrs E. Whiteacre, where a most enjoyable evening was spent. The guests were received by the mother of the bride, and the newly-married couple entered the house to the strains of the "Wedding March" and were showered with confetti. They left later for the North, the bride wearing a smart grey costume of elephant shade, and a hat to match with a beautiful ostrich plume
NOEL died 5 Feb 1991 aged 90
ELIZABETH died 11 Aug 1992 aged 90
- they were both cremated at Karori


Alexandra Victoria 'Vic' Whiteacre (1904-1971)
(born in County Galway, daughter of William & Deborah Whiteacre)
- married Albert Edward WATSON on 6 March 1928


William Whiteacre, father of the above, died on the 22nd November 1918 at his residence 1 Cheswick road, Northland, Wellington aged 66. His occupation was listed as 'Life Attendant'?
Deborah Whiteacre, William's wife and mother of the above, died 15 April 1931 aged 73. They are buried Plot 112 E, CH ENG2 at Karori with:
1921 - daughter Nellie (Couchman)
1954 - son Edward


PHOTO
the 1911 Census

- Residents of a house 5 in Stormanstown (Drumcondra Rural


1 comment(s), latest 4 years, 5 months ago

who are the children in the photo - Taita, NZ c1890


3 comment(s), latest 4 years, 7 months ago