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Wellington Savings Bank MANAGERS 1849

from the New Zealand Spectator and Cook's Strait Guardian, 17 January 1849

An adjourned General Meeting of Managers will be held at Barrett's Hotel, on Saturday Evening next, the 20th instant, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of electing a Superintending Committee for the current year

John Earle FEATHERSTON, Esq., M.D. (?-1853)
William FITZHERBERT, Esq., J.P.
William FOX, Esq., J.P., Principal Agent of the New Zealand Company
Alexander McDONALD, Esq., J.P., Manager of the Union Bank of Australia
Hon. Henry William PETRE, J.P., Colonial Treasurer
Henry St HILL, Esq., R.M.

Charles Ernest von ALZDORF (?-1855)
Frederick Dillon BELL
Alfred de Bathe BRANDON (1810-1886)
William Frederick CHRISTIAN (?-1857)
Rev Robert COLE, M.A.
Captain Edward DANIELL
Rowland DAVIS
William DORSET
Richard John DUNCAN (1823-1894)
Henry Shafto HARRISON (1811-1892)
Robert HART
Peter Morrison HERVEY (1824-1860)
Peter D. HOGG
Abraham HORT, senior
William INGLIS
Henry Samuel KNOWLES
Nathaniel LEVIN
William Smart LOXLEY (?-1861)
James McBETH
Charles MILLS
George MOORE
Rev Jeremiah Joseph Purcell O'REILY (1799-1880)
- Wellington's first Catholic priest, who came to New Zealand with the Petre family in 1843 and built the church of St. Mary of the Angels in 1844
Robert PARK
Captain W. B. RHODES
Kaufman SAMUEL
Captain Charles SHARP
William SPINKS
Robert Roger STRANG (?-1874)
William SWAINSON, F.R.S.
Thomas William TANKERSLEY (1816-1876)
William W. TAYLOR
Godfrey J. THOMAS
Robert WAITT (?-1865)
Rev James WATKIN
Jonas WOODWARD (1811-1881)
N.B. - The Trustees are managers and also Members of the Superintending Committee by virtue of their office. List revised and agreed to January 15, 1849. By Order, J. WOODWARD, Hon Sec.

St Mary of the Angels, Wellington

on the corner of Boulcott & Willis Street
see Rev Jeremiah Joseph Purcell O'REILY


the following from NZETC was written about 1927

Municipal Council, 1842
Returned at the first Election of Aldermen for the Borough of Wellington.

Mayor, George Hunter, Willis St., Merchant 273 votes.
Aldermen William Lyon, Lambton Qy., Storekeeper 237 votes.
William Fitzherbert, Farish St., Merchant 220 votes.
John Wade, Te Aro, Auctioneer 212 votes.
George Scott, Willis St., Carpenter 196 votes.
F. A. Molesworth, Hutt River, Farmer 182 votes.
John Dorset, Lambton Qy., Surgeon 176 votes.
Robert Waitt, Te Aro, Merchant 164 votes.
William Guyton, Te Aro, Merchant 155 votes.
Abraham Hort, Te Aro, Merchant 155 votes.
Edward Johnson, Lambton Qy., Merchant 151 votes.
Robert Jenkins, Manners St., Publican 149 votes.

Reserve List.
Out of which all Extraordinary Vacancies were to be supplied.
John Howard Wallace, Merchant, Lambton Quay 144 votes
Richard Davis Hanson, Solicitor, Wellington 126 votes.
William Anthony Cooper, Carpenter, Te Aro 125 votes.
Edward Daniell, Gentleman, Te Aro 124 votes.
Thomas M. Machattie, Merchant, Lambton Qy. 122 votes.
Henry Taylor, Storekeeper, Willis St. 117 votes.

The Corporation Ordinance was disallowed soon after the Election because it placed the power of establishing beacons and lighthouses in the hands of the Corporation

WENVOE Tea Rooms & Restaurant, Masterton, NZ

About the WENVOE Tea Rooms & later Wenvoe Restaurant
Queen St., Masterton
This TIMELINE is of 3 owners of the Wenvoe in Masterton from 1903
Records stop about 1932, the shop continued for at least another 50 years
there must be more to tell - please leave comments below if you can help

WENVOE owned by the Misses THOMAS
Wairarapa Daily Times, 11 March 1903
Quarter commences 1st April at the Foresters Hall
Adults - Wednesday evenings, 8 till 10; Beginners, 7.30
Juveniles - Saturday afternoons, 3 till 5
Intending members are asked to communicate with the Misses THOMAS as soon as possible. WENVOE TEA ROOMS, Queen-street, Masterton

Wairarapa Daily Times, 27 August 1903
A little excitement was created in Queen-street, this afternoon. A couple of horses, with harness hanging loosely, cantered through the passage between the Central Hotel and Wenvoe Tea Rooms into Queen-street. The animals went on to the footpath by the Prince of Wales Hotel, and careered along as far as Mr Eton's shop. Here Mr D. Logan made an attempt to stop one of the horses but was knocked down by the other and the frightened steeds continued on and were stopped near the Waipoua bridge

Wairarapa Daily Times, 26 May 1904
Last Night's Banquet a successful function
Fully one hundred persons were present at the complimentary banquet at the Drill Hall last evening, tenedered by the local branch of the New Zealand Farmers' Union to visiting delegates. Mr W. Perry (President of the Masterton branch of the Union) presided.
A very excellent spread was provided by the Misses Thomas, of Wenvoe Tea Rooms, to which full justice was done

Wairarapa Daily Times, 20 August 1904
The MISSES THOMAS (Wenvoe Tea Rooms) wish to contradict the rumours stating that they do not undertake catering orders

Wairarapa Daily Times, 1 February 1905
Miss W. Talbott, teacher of pianoforte and theory, notifies that she will resume teaching on Monday, February 13th, at the rooms above Wenvoe tea rooms, Queen-street. Miss Talbot will receive parents and guardians at the rooms on Saturday, February 11th, 2 to 5pm

Wairarapa Daily Times, 24 June 1905
Miss Kate Stewart, principal of the Wellington school for the Langer system of dressmaking and dresscutting will give a free demonstration of the system in the building at the rear of the Foresters' Hall on Thursday next at 3p.m. Miss Gillespie, the local agent, intends to hold classes in rooms above the Wenvoe Tea rooms and particularly wishes ladies to attend the free demonstration and see for themselves what the system is

Wairarapa Daily Times, 4 October 1906
Between fifty and sixty couples were present at the fancy dress ball given by the Weekly Dance Committee last Friday night. It proved a beautifully fine night and in consequence, there were visitors from all parts of the district. The Hall was very nicely decorated with native evergreens and flax, and this proved a very pleasing background for the gay colours of the fancy costumes that were worn. The tables in the supper rooms looked extremely inviting, being very tastefully arranged with spring flowers and laden with dainties, all of which came from Miss Thomas' Wenvoe tea rooms

Wairarapa Age, 5 October 1906
HOCKEY MATCH A match was played at Landsdowne yesterday afernoon between the Kia Kaha A team and the Glengarry (ladies) team. The ladies played a fine game and defeated the men (who played with one hand only) by four goals to three. After the match the ladies entertained the men at aftermoon tea at the Wenvoe Tea Rooms

Wairarapa Daily Times, 21 January 1907
The Wenvoe Tea Rooms, Queen-street, will be closed for alterations from Thursday 24th till Friday 1st February

Wairarapa Daily Times, 2 February 1907
Owing to delay in completing alterations the Wenvoe Tea Rooms will not be re-opened till Tuesday next. The Misses Thomas regret the postponement

Wairarapa Daily Times, 11 February 1907
WENVOE TEA ROOMS are now open. Luncheon daily from 12 till 2pm. Tea Rooms will now be open every Thursday Afternoon

Wairarapa Age, 1 March 1907
A meeting of the members of the Young Men's Bible Class in connection with Knox Church was held in the Wenvoe Tea Rooms, last evening, when there were twenty-two members present

Wairarapa Daily Times, 25 October 1907
The Misses THOMAS wish to notify the public that on and after Monday, 28th, the charge for Luncheons will be 1/6 cash. Special rates for regulars - payable in advance

Wairarapa Daily Times, 19 December 1907
Miss TALBOT wishes to inform the residents of Masterton that Miss EVANS, L.A.B., has taken over her musical connection and will resume teaching on 27th January, above the Wenvoe Tea Rooms

Wairarapa Age, 18 February 1908
Mr E. Rawson, S.M., was the recipient of another very handsome presentation at the hands of the Masterton Justices of the Peace yesterday. The ceremony took place in the Courthouse, Mr H. Caselberg making the presentation... A presentation was made to Mrs Rawson on Saturday afternoon by her singing pupils and a number of friends at the Wenvoe tea Rooms. Several of the ladies present made eulogistic speeches in which they emphasised the prominent part Mrs Rawson had always taken in social matters in the town. The possessor of a beautiful voice, she had been ever willing to assist at all gatherings, whether charitable or not, that had for their object the welfare of the community, and it was on this account, apart from her personal qualities, that she would be greatly missed in Masterton

Wairarapa Age, 11 April 1908
On Thursday, the Huia Hockey Club entertained the Rev and Mrs Johnson at a farewell afternoon tea in the Wenvoe Tea Rooms

Wairarapa Daily Times, 11 January 1909
Miss Evans, L.A.B., of R.A.M. and R.C.M., will resume her music teaching at the Wenvoe Tea Rooms on Monday, 1st February

Wairarapa Daily Times, 20 August 1909
Will the person who took an Umbrella by mistake from the Ladies' Dressing Room in the Foresters' Hall on Tuesday evening last kindly return same to Miss Thomas' Wenvoe Tea Rooms

Wairarapa Age, 31 December 1910
Miss Thomas, of the Wenvoe Tea Rooms, will provide luncheon and afternoon tea at the Caledonian Society's sports in Masterton on Monday

Wairarapa Daily Times, 31 December 1910
To be held on Monday, 2nd January, 1911, PUBLIC PARK, Masterton. Ideal Picnic Grounds, Hot Water Provided Free. Bring your Picnic Hamper and have a Day's Enjoyment. Masterton Municipal Brass Band engaged. Country Visitors can depend upon a First-class.
LUNCHEON PROVIDED Miss Thomas, of the Wenvoe Tea Rooms, will have charge of the Luncheon and Tea arrangement, and, for the convenience of country visitors wishing to attend the Concert in the Evening will supply Evening Teas in the park Tea Kiosk. GRAND SCOTCH CONCERT in the evening

Wairarapa Daily Times, 1 April 1911
Miss Thomas resumes teaching third week in April. At Home Wednesday and Saturday next, after 4p.m. in room above Wenvoe tea Rooms

Wairarapa Daily Times, 13 June 1912
At Knox Church yesterday afternoon, Mr Alex. McLay, head shepherd at Brancepeth, was married to Miss Margaret Bennington, second daughter of Mr C. Bennington, an old resident of Masterton. The ceremony was performed by the Rev A. T. Thompson, B.A., in the presence of a large number of friends. The bride, who was attired in a beautiful cream dress, was given away by her father. Miss Ruby Winteringham, who was daintily attired in a blue costume, was bridesmaid. Mr P. McLay (brother of the bridegroom) was best man. At the conclusion of the ceremony, a large number of guests were entertained at a wedding breakfast at the Wenvoe tea Rooms. A number of very handsome and costly presents were received. Mr and Mrs McLay left by the afternoon train for Wellington, en route for the South, where the honeymoon will be spent

Wairarapa Daily Times, 29 August 1912
At Knox Church this afternoon, Mr George D. Ayson, of Lower Hutt, son of Mr L. S. Ayson, Chief Inspector of Fisheries for New Zealand, was married to Miss Olive Graham Mackay, daughter of Mr J. G. Mackay, of Kuripuni. The marriage service was performed by the Rev A. T. Thompson, R.A., B.D. A reception was held subsequently at Wenvoe tea rooms, at which a large number of guests were present

Wairarapa Age, 30 December 1912
WANTED - Waitresses for luncheon and afternoon tea, at Caledonian Sports on New Year's Day. Apply Miss Thomas, Wenvoe Tea Rooms, or Gillespie and Ao., Academy Buildings, Masterton

Wairarapa Daily Times, 11 June 1913
The proprietors of Wenvoe Tea Rooms give notice that owing to family bereavement, the Tea Rooms will be closed until Friday, 20th inst.
Wairarapa Daily Times, 14 June 1913 The Wenvoe Tea Rooms will not re-open until Saturday, 21st inst.

Wairarapa Age, 16 April 1914
Mr J. J. Hale, youngest son of Mr H. W. Hale, of Christchurch, was married in St Matthew's Church, Masterton, yesterday, to Miss T. Clark, daughter of Mrs H. Brown of Masterton. The Rev H. Watson was the officiating clergyman and Mr R. H. Taylor, of Christchurch was best man. Miss E. Hill, of Christchurch, attended the bride, who wore a dress of white satin, trimmed with Oriental lace, and carried a beautiful bouquet of white carnations and chrysanthemums and maidenhair fern. The wedding breakfast took place at the Wenvoe Tea Rooms. Both bride and bridegroom are members of the Rechabite Order, to which the wedding will be of interest. Mr and Mrs Hall will reside in Christchurch

Wairarapa Daily Times, 27 April 1914
Smart kitchen maid for Wenvoe Tea Rooms

Wairarapa Age, 3 August 1914
A capable girl is advertised for the Wenvoe tea rooms. Apply Miss Thomas

Wairarapa Age, 7 November 1914
Owing to ill-health, Miss Thomas is relinquishing the Wenvoe tea rooms. The rooms are advertised for sale and no reasonable offer will be refused

Wairarapa Age, 27 November 1914
WANTED KNOWN - that the Misses Thomas have disposed of their interest in the Wenvoe Tea Rooms to the Misses Clarke, and in thanking the public for past support, solicit a continuance of patronage to their successors.
WANTED KNOWN - The Misses Clark have taken over the Wenvoe Tea and Luncheon Rooms and from Saturday, November 28th, the Rooms will be open every day, including Thursday afternoons and Saturday nights

WENVOE owned by the Misses CLARK
Wairarapa Age, 28 November 1914
WENVOE TEA ROOMS Misses Clark ... Proprietresses
Morning Teas, Afternoon Teas, Dainty Luncheon
[Private Rooms for Parties]

Wairarapa Age, 23 December 1914
The Misses Clark, of the Wenvoe tea rooms notify that their rooms will be open on Xmas Eve, where tea, raspberries and cream and ice cream, may be had. The new dish "Sundae" which is new to Masterton, will also be available

Wairarapa Daily Times, 24 December 1914
The best of Ice Creams can be obtained on Christmas Eve at the Wenvoe tea Rooms. Sundaes a Specialty

Wairarapa Age, 16 March 1915
The Misses Clark, proprietresses of the Wenvoe Tea Rooms, notify that owing to alterations being made, their rooms will be closed on Thursday and Friday next, but will be open on Saturday as usual

Wairarapa Age, 1 April 1915
The Misses Clark, proprietresses of the Wenvoe tea and luncheon rooms, Masterton, have just had some important renovations effected to their establishment. The interior has been greatly improved and presents a most attractive appearance. The management announce that in future every Saturday evening grills and hot tea will be available from 5.30 to 6.30 o'clock

Wairarapa Daily Times, 23 December 1915
At St. Matthew's Church, Masterton, this morning, Miss Mabel Smith was married to Mr H. Urquhart, of Wellington. The bride, who was given away by her uncle, was charmingly attired in white charmeuse and wore the orthodox wreath and veil. She also carried a pretty bouquet. The bridegroom's brother acted as best man, and the wedding ceremony was conducted by the Rev J. Walker. A reception was held at the Wenvoe Tea Rooms and the happy couple left by motor for Wellington on their honeymoon trip. Mr and Mrs Urquhart will reside at New Plymouth

Wairarapa Age, 23 May 1916
Soldiers visiting Masterton on Wednesday and Friday evenings may obtain hot dinners at the Wenvoe tea rooms. Price 1s 6d

Wairarapa Age, 21 June 1916
A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnised at St Matthew's Church, Masterton, yesterday, when Mr W. Adams, son of Mrs C. McCullough, was married to Miss Ethel May Vaughan, second daughter of Mr and Mrs H. Vaughan, of West Bush road. The Rev John Walker officiated. A reception was afterwards held at the Wenvoe Tea Rooms, where the customary toasts were honoured. Mr and Mrs Adams left later en route for Napier on their honeymoon

Wairarapa Age, 29 August 1916
At St Patrick's Church, Masterton, yesterday, Ernest Henry Taplin, son of Mr J. H. Taplin, was married to Miss Annie E. Curley, of St Galway, Ireland. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Guinane in the presence of a number of relatives and friends. There were four bridesmaids and Mr Valentine C. Taplin acted as best man. A reception was afterwards held at the Wenvoe tea rooms

Wairarapa Daily Times, 13 October 1916
At St Matthew's Church, Masterton yesterday, Miss Mary Elizabeth Grant was married to Mr Harry Bertram, of Hamilton. The bride, who was given away by Mr Dowell, was attired in a becoming white crepe-de-chine gown, and was attended by Miss Agnes Robbins as bridesmaid, who was dressed in a pretty pale pink silk robe. Mr Chas. Asphead acted as best man. Afer the ceremony, which was performed by the Rec John Walker, a reception was held at the Wenvoe tea rooms

Wairarapa Age, 16 October 1916
Young girl to assist in kitchen is required for the Wenvoe Tea Rooms

Wairarapa Age, 17 April 1917
A young girl to assist at the Wenvoe tea rooms. Apply Wenvoe Tea Rooms, Queen Street

Wairarapa Age, 18 April 1917
At St Matthew's Church, Masterton, yesterday, Miss Louisa Jervis Cresswell, daughter of Mt and Mrs R. E. Cresswell, of Lansdowne, was married to Mr Thomas Beadel, of Christchurch. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attended by her two sisters as bridesmaids. Mr Harold Beadel, brother of the bridegroom, was best man and the Rev Charles Addenbrooke, of New Plymouth (assisted by the Rev Godfrey) was the officiating clergyman. After the ceremony a reception was held at the Wenvoe tea rooms. The happy couple left for Rotorua on their honeymoon trip

Wairarapa Daily Times, 8 October 1917
WANTED - A strong girl for kitchen work. Apply Wenvoe Tea Rooms

Wairarapa Age, 15 February 1918
WANTED - A capable Kitchen Girl. Apply Wenvoe tea Rooms

Wairarapa Daily Times, 20 February 1918
A young girl to assist in the kitchen is required for the Wenvoe Tea Rooms

Wairarapa Daily Times, 3 April 1918
A capable young girl for kitchen work is required for the Wenvoe Tea ooms

Wairarapa Daily Times, 20 April 1918
WANTED - Woman to assist with cooking. Apply Wenvoe Tea Rooms

Wairarapa Age, 15 November 1918
A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnised at St Matthew's Church, Masterton, yesterday, when Miss Myrtle Devonport, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Devonport, Columba road, was married to Mr H. Williams, youngest son of Mr and Mrs E. G. Williams, of River road. The bride was attended by Miss Robbins, of Napier, while Mr Devonport, brother of the bride, acted as best man. Rev Walker was the officiating clergyman, After the wedding breakfast, which was held at the Wenvoe Tea Rooms, the happy couple left for the south, where the honeymoon will be spent

Wairarapa Age, 19 November 1918
The Wenvoe Tea Rooms will be closed until Monday, November 25th

Wairarapa Daily Times, 1 May 1919 McGILVARY - FINLAYSON
A pretty wedding was celebrated in Knox Church this morning when Miss B. Finlayson, second daughter of Mr K. Finlayson, Fifeshire, Scotland, was married to Mr J. McGilvary of Easter, Elister, Argyllshire, Scotland. The ceremony was performed by the Rev R. Ingliss, M.A. The bride, who was given away by her uncle, wore a becoming gown of gabardine and veil, fastened with orange blossoms and carried a bouquet of chrysanthemums and autumn leaves. The two bridesmaids were her sisters, Misses Maggie and Davinia Finlayson, who wore dainty dresses of white voile, with black hats. Both bridesmaids carried pretty bouquets. Mr J. Rarbet acted as best man and Mr J. More as groomsman. After the ceremony the guests were entertained at the Wenvoe tea rooms. The happy couple left for Wanganui on their honeymoon trip, the bride's travelling dress being a frey costume with saxe blue velour hat

Wairarapa Age, 5 June 1919
The WENVOE tea rooms will be closed all day to-day (Thursday)

Wairarapa Daily Times, 24 June 1919
A wedding of much local interest was celebrated at Knox Church this afternoon, when Miss Elma May Stewart, fourth daughter of Mrs A. Stewart, Essex street, was married to Mr Clive Matthews, of Hamilton. The Rev G. T. Brown officiated. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr Norman Stewart, looked very charming in a gown of palest blue georgette over crepe de chene. She also wore a handsome veil and the customary orange blossoms and bouquet. She was attended by her youngest sister, Miss Alexa Stewart, who wore a pretty bridesmaid's frock of emerald green georgette with green and black hat and carried a bouquet. Mr George Fookes, of New Plymouth (cousin of the bridegroom) acted as best man. After the ceremony Mrs Stewart entertained a number of guests at the Wenvoe tea rooms, and the happy couple left by the afternoon train, the bride wearing a smart blue and tan costume and a becoming hat to match. After the honeymoon Mr and Mrs Clive Matthews will take up their residence in Hamilton

Wairarapa Age, 31 July 1919
WANTED known - The Wenvoe Tea Rooms will not be open to-day

Wairarapa Age, 16 October 1919
WANTED - Young girl to assist Tea Rooms. Apply Wenvoe Tea Rooms

Wairarapa Age, 5 November 1919
Wenvoe Tea Roomswill be closed on Thursday, November 6th and Friday, November 7th next for renovations. Re-opens as usual on Saturday

Wairarapa Age, 28 January 1920
Waitress required for Wenvoe tea rooms

Wairarapa Age, 30 January 1920
WANTED - Waitress, and woman or girl for kitchen work; no cooking, wages 27/6 per week. Apply Wenvoe Tea Rooms
NOTE this is the equivalent in Jan 2014 of $190 per week

Wairarapa Age, 26 March 1920 WEDDING
A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnised at Knox Church, Masterton, yesterday, the contracting parties being Mr Victor George Davis, eldest son of Mrs W. J. Leach, of Masterton and Miss Elsie Evelyn Smith, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Smith, also of Masterton.
The Rev G. T. Brown, M.A., officiated
The bride, who was given away by her father, looked very pretty in a cream costume with hat to match, and carried a shower bouquet of white dahlias and roses. The bridegroom's sister, Miss Winfred Davis, acted as bridesmaid, and wore a heliotrope dress and black hat, trimmed with heliotrope, with touches of pink. She also carried a bouquet of heliotrope sweet peas, pink roses, and maidenhair fern.
The duties of best man were carried out by Mr S, Smith, brother of the bride. The bridegroom's presents to the bride and bridesmaid were gold brooches.
A reception was afterwards held at the Wenvoe Tea Rooms, where the customary toasts were honoured. The happy couple left later in the day for New Plymouth, the bride's travelling costume being of navy blue serge, with pan velvet hat. Mr and Mrs Davis's future residence will be in Masterton

Wairarapa Age, 14 July 1920 WEDDING
A pretty wedding was celebrated at Knox Church, Masterton, yesterday, when Miss Florence Vistoria Creelman, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Creelman, of Masterton, was married to Mr Ferdinand Hartmann. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a stylish grey tailormade costume and carried a pretty bouquet of jonquils and maidenhair ferns. Miss Matty Spackman and Miss Violet Creelman (niece of the bride) were bridesmaids and both carried dainty bouquets. Mr P. Hartmann (brother of the bridegroom) was best man and Mr E. Pinkney groomsman. The bridegroom, best man and groomsman are all returned soldiers. The Rev J. T. Macky was the officiating clergyman. The large number of presents received bore testimony to the popularity of the young couple. After the ceremony a reception was held at the Wenvoe Tea Rooms. The happy couple left by the afternoon train for Christchurch, on their honeymoon trip

Wairarapa Age, 27 March 1920
A quiet but pretty wedding took place at the Knox Church yesterday, the contracting parties being Mr Thomas Watson Knight, son of the late Mr R. G. Knight and Mrs Knight, of Wellington, and Miss Elsie Coomber, of Pahiatua. The officiating clergyman was the Rev G. T. Brown, M.A. The bride was given away by her brother, and her sister, Miss Ruby Coomber, attended as bridesmaid. Mr S. Knight acted as best man. After the ceremony morning tea was served at the Wenvoe Tea Rooms, the happy couple later leaving for the north. Their future home will be at Marton

Wairarapa Age, 15 July 1920
WENVOE Tea Rooms will be closed to-day (Thursday) and open as usual to-morrow (Friday)

Wairarapa Age, 3 August 1920
A most enjoyable little supper was given last evening by the staff of the New Zealand Loan and Mecantile Agency Company in the Wenvoe tea rooms, in honour of Mr E. Bradley (the firm's accountant), who is retiring on superannuation, after many years of long and faithful service. The manager, Mr A. T. Spain, in a neat speech, referred to Mr Bradley's long term of service, his never failing courtesy and his popularity among the staff. He then presented the guest of the evening with a Gladstone bag and rug. Mr Bradley feelingly responded. Messrs Griffith, Iggylden, Irons, Sexton, J. B. McKenzie and Frater also spoke, testifying to Mr Bradley's good qualities. The evening terminated with the singing of "For He's A Jolly Good Fellow." Mr Bradley's future home will be in Auckland

Wairarapa Age, 6 August 1920
A very pretty wedding was celebrated in St Matthew's Church, Masterton, on Wednesday afternoon, when Miss Mary Johnson, daughter of the late Mrs G. Madsen, of Chapel street, Masterton, was married to Mr Victor Jones, son of Mr R. E. Jones, of Masterton. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr Alex. Johnson, was attired in a navy blue tailored costume, with a pretty hat to match. Miss Pearl Madsen was bridesmaid and Mr James Johnson best man. The Rev John Walker was the officiating clergyman. After the ceremony a reception was held in the Wenvoe tea rooms

Wairarapa Age, 3 September 1920
A quiet but extremely pretty wedding was solemnised at St Matthew's Church, Masterton, yesterday afternoon, when Mr Eric Clifton Fowler, of the staff of Dalgety and Co., Ltd., and only son of Mr and Mrs Hilton Fowler, of Palmerston North, was united in the bonds of holy matrimony with Miss Irene Taylor, only daughter of Mr Thomas Taylor, of "Beaumaris" Whareama
The bride, who wore a beautiful gown of white charmeuse satin, with an overdress of georgette, trimmed with silver and pearls, entered the church on the arm of her father. She also wore an exquisite hand-embroidered veil with the customary orange blossoms and carried a beautiful shower bouquet. The bride was attended by Miss Folwer, of Palmerston North, sister of the bridegroom and her niece, Miss Toogood (East Coast). The bridesmaids wore dainty frocks of heliotrope and pink georgette, black picture hats and carried beautiful shower bouquets.
Mr W. G. Clapham of Kiwitea, acted as best man and Mr C. Taylor, brother of the bride, as groomsman. The ceremony was performed by the Rev B. D. Ashcroft, vicar of Tinui.
After the ceremony the guests were received at the Wenvoe Tea Rooms by Mrs Toogood, sister of the bride, where the reception was held, only relatives and intimate friends being present.
The happy couple left later by car for the North, where the honeymoon will be spent, the bride travelling in a brown costume, with a fawn velour hat, and furs en suite. Mr and Mrs Fowler will reside in Masterton

Wairarapa Age, 12 October 1920
WANTED -A good plain cook. Apply Wenvoe Tea Rooms
WANTED - A waitress; wages 32/6 Apply Wenvoe Tea Rooms
NOTE this is equivalent in October 2014 to $225.55 a week

28 December 1920
A pretty wedding was celebrated at Knox Church this morning, when Miss Catherine Budd, daughter of Mr and Mrs James Budd of Cockburn Street Masterton, was married to Mr Jess Burling of South Road Masterton. The bride was charmingly attired in white satin with lace overdress and wore the orthodox wreath and veil. The bridesmaid, Miss M Budd, sister of the bride, wore a dainty dress of lemon crepe de chine, while a cousin of the bride, Miss Myrtle Lenz, who acted as flower girl, was daintily attired in white georgette. Mr A. E. Levick was best man. Rev G. T. Brown M.A., was the officiating clergyman. After the ceremony a reception was held at the Wenvoe Tea Rooms. The young couple later left for the north on their honeymoon trip

WENVOE owned by 'Mate' & Jean KURTICH/KURTA
Evening Post, 5 December 1931 NEW COMPANIES
Registration is reported by the "Mercantile Gazette" of private companies as under:-
CAPITAL: 200 into 200 shares of £1 each
New Plymouth - Paul Stachurski - 49 (1879-1967) from Warsaw, died New Plymouth
Wellington - M. A. Kurta - 150
Masterton - *Veronica Lena Kurta - 1 (nee Stachurski, daughter of Paul)
Objects: Business of restaurant proprietros and general incidental
*Veronica was a sister-in-law of Mate. She married Mate's brother, Ivan Juraj Kurta (1900-1988)

Evening Post, 16 February 1932 NEW OWNERS
This popular tea and luncheon rooms, situated on Queen street, has been acquired by Mr J. G. Kurta, whose many years experience in the catering trade in large centres speaks well for the future of "Wenvoe" The business will be conducted on the most up-to-date lines and patrons can feel assured that nothing will be wanting on the new proprietor's part to make the rooms a favourite spot for all visitors to Masterton. The premises open at 8 a.m., and continue in active service to the public until 11 p.m. Morning and afternoon teas, with home-made cakes, scones, and meat pies, and grills at any hour, will be featured by the new proprietor. Mr Kurta will give his personal attention to every department and specially invites the ladies of Masterton to sample his block cake. Home-made cakes are also a specialty, and wedding and birthday cakes can be supplied on the shortest notice.
"Wenvoe" has always been a popular resort and under the management of the new proprietor there will be the best of fare and service to all patrons. Catering can be undertaken on any scale and satisfaction guaranteed

The upstairs rooms which had once been used as a Dancing & music studio now became the home of Mate, Jean and Fred. At some stage the Wenvoe stopped selling cakes and became the Wenvoe Restaurant with dine-in meals, including home-cooked specials, take away Fish & Chips and fresh fish displayed in the window. If you know when this occurred we would love to hear from you. Please leave comments below

Mate & Jean Kurta were:
Mathew 'Mate' Marijan Kurtich/Kurta (1908-1980) born Podgora, Croatia
Jean Elizabeth nee Bishop (1920-1992) born Carterton to Sydney Clifford Bishop, cheesemaker & pastry cook of Carterton & Daisy Elizabeth CAPON
- Mate & Jean are buried together in Archer St cemetery, Masterton
(their daughter Sonja (1944-2008) is buried between them)
the partner of Mate & Jean (for over 40 years) was:
Miroslav Miro 'Fred' Mlikota (1913-1986) born Podgora, Splitsko-dalmatinska, Hrvatska. Fred came to New Zealand in 1928 when he was 14. He worked in the gumfields in Northland and was later an army cook. He never married. He was a partner with Mate & Jean in the Wenvoe for over 40 years.
Fred died in 1986 in his home town, Podgora aged 73

Shows two women and a teenage boy outside the Wenvoe Tea Rooms, Queen Street, Masterton. They appear to be workers at the tearoom. Jean Ross stands in the middle. A display of cakes is in the shop window
From the collection of Jenny Borman

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WERRY marriages New Zealand 1877 - 1931

WERRY marriages 1877 - 1931
Alfred Ernest Werry
- married Florence Beatrice CHENOWITH in 1900
children found to date
1903 - Chace Chenowth Werry
1906 - Alfred William Chenoweth Werry
1909 - harcourt Chenoweth Werry

Chace Chenoweth Werry
- son of Alfred & Florence Werry
- married Edith Kathleen SCOTT in 1928
- he graduated from Canterbury University with a B.Sc in 1930
- he graduated from Canterbury university with a B.A. in 1939

Eric John Wingent Werry
- son of Thomas & Emma Werry
- he graduated from Canterbury University in 1924 with a M.A.
- he gradutaed from Victoria Univeristy in 1930 with a M.Com
- married Nancy Victoria FOSTER in 1931

John Thomas Werry
- married May Gertrude BUSBY in 1903

Nathaniel William Werry
- married Mary Elizabeth READER in 1887

Thomas Werry
- married Emma Louisa TURNER in 1895
children found to date
1899 - Rita Dyke Werry
1901 - Eric John Wingent ? Werry
1905 - Keith Turner Werry

Charlotte Werry
- married William HARRISON in 1877

Jane Werry
- married Frank KELLAND in 1892

Julie Elizabeth Werry
- married Montague Percy COOKE in 1903

Minnie Eliza Werry
- born 1882 in Timaru to William (1846-1929) & Mary (1843-1918) Werry
- married Lloyd Leonard Ferguson REID (1869-1948) in 1908
- Lloyd died 18 Octoer 1946 aged 76
- Minnie died 27 July 1965 aged 82
- buried together PLOT 45 - ROW 22 - at Anundel Cemetery Timaru

Grave of Minnie Eliza (nee Werry)
and her husband Lloyd Leonard Ferguson at Arundel Cemetery

Werter Basil Blake GENTIL & family

A TIME LINE for Werter Basil Blake GENTIL
- (for Rosewood)

Werter Basil Blake Gentil was born on 5 July 1888 in Paeroa
- parents were George Barrett GENTIL & Annie Elizabeth SMITH
- see NOTES below)

11 DECEMBER 1903 (aged 15)

... Long before the time of opening the concrt last night throngs of people were to be seen wending their way to the theatre and by the time the curtain was raised there was scarcely standng room and the theatre was taxed to its limit.
- The second-class attendance certificates and prizes are awarded to: ... and Werter Gentil

23 DECEMBER 1904

... Receiver of Gold revenue v. Charles Barrett Gentil, plaint for forfeiture of residence site for non payment of rent. There was no appearance of defendant and forfeiture was decreed. Defendat was also ordered to pay $2 10s rent due and cost 11s (about $340 n 2011)

19 FEBRUARY 1909 (aged 19)

... A very pleasant time was spent at S. Paul's Parish Hall on Wednesday evening, when a social and concert in aid of S. Paul's Ladies' Guild was held. The vicar, Rev J. P. COWIE opened the evening. The musical programme was as follows: .... and song "Daddy Dear", Master Werter Gentil more

23 APRIL 1909 (aged 20)

... A social for the purpose of adding to the fund to enable a court to be established at the Winter Show in Auckland was held in the Criterion Theatre on Wednesday night. There was an attendance of about eighty couple, including the euchre and bridge players. Mr E. V. Quick had charge of the euchre and bridge tournaments and everything in this portion of the evening's entertainment went off in a very pleasant manner. The winners of the tournaments were as follows:- ... and Mr W. Gentil, first gentlemne's prize, presented by Mr W. McWatters ... ore

30 JULY 1909 (aged 20)
A notice inserted in the OHINEMURI GAZETTE by his father:

... This is to notify those to whom it may concern that the above named having left his home I have no connection whatever with him, and I warn any person harbouring him of giving him credit, as I will in no way be responsible for any liability contracted by him or responsible for any of his actions
C. B. GENTIL, Paeroa

4 AUGUST 1909 (aged 20)

... Referring to the scurrilous and libelous notice that appeared in your advertisment coloumns of your paper of the 2nd inst., under the above heading, I may say in justice to myself that I have not depended on my father for support for the last ten years, neither have I committed him to any liability whatever during that period, and why he should take up this attitude towards me is a matter that might be better dealt with by experts than myself. To brand me in such a manner is not only unchristian, but cruel in the extreme, for am I not "flesh of his flesh," and if I possess some weakness that he does not approve of, is it not his duty as a parent to strengthen and nurture rather than crush. The reason I left home may be better imagined that described - I am etc., WERTER GENTIL, Paeroa

10 MARCH 1910 (aged 20)

... The attention of the Magistrate was occupied for some time this moning investigating a duspute, Werter Gentil (Mr T. Alston Coleman) v. William Henry Douglas (Mr barnard), in which plaintiff claimed $2 17s for wages in lieu of notice. Mr Coleman said $1 12s had been paid into Court. Plaintiff in his evidence stated that he was employed by defendant as a waiter at 25s a week (about $39 in 2011). On February 28 he commenced work at and went on until 3.30 or 4pm. He commence again at 7 and worked to 11.30pm. There were a few dishes to wash up then, and defendant told him to attend to them. The other employes had retired, so he went to bed also, intending to wash the dishes next mornng. About 8 next morning, as wirness was getting dressed, defendant rushed into his room in a great hurry and ordered him off the premises and he left ... more
27 APRIL 1910 ... The wages claim Werter Gentil v. W.H.Douglas, the hearing of which was adjourned to enable evidence of Mr F. Pettie to be obtained was concluded at the Magistrates Court to-day. The witness related an incident that had occurred during supper, the plaintiff, after Mr Preddy had gone out, remarking that he did not care hether or not he got the 'sack'. His Worship said the only question in dispute was as to whether defendant was entitled to a weeks notice. In the opinion of his Worship the defendant's conduct justified his summary dismissal. Judgment would be for plaintiff for the amount paid into Court $1 12s, with cost 3s (the amount not habing been paid into COurt in suffucuent time), less $1 1s cost of defendant's witnesses

13 DECEMBER 1914 (aged 26)

- Werter GENTIL enlisted in the Army
Regimental number - 44
Religion - Church of England
Occupation - Theatrical agent
Marital status - Single
Age at embarkation - 31 incorret
Next of kin - Mother, Mrs Annie Gentil, Paeroa, Auckland, New Zealand
Enlistment date - 13 December 1914
Rank on enlistment - Private
Unit name - Australian Naval & Military Expeditionary Force (Queensland Reinforcement)

19 ARIL 1915 (aged 26)

... Private Werter Gentil, well known in Paeroa, who is at present with the Australian forces at Rabaul, New Gunea, send some interesting remarks on that part of the world. He is the only Paeroa soldier there, having gone with the E Company of th Third Battalion of the Australian forces. From his letter we take the following:- more

8 DECEMBER 1915 (aged 27)


... Writing to his mother in Paeroa, Private Werter Gentil,of the Naval and Military Expeditionary Forces, Nauru, Central Pacific, under date 8th October 1915 says:-
"We have almost settled down to our new home. It is a pretty little place. The climate is very hot, but the nights are quite pleasant, and one good thing about it is there is no malarial fever. There are a number of British people here, working for the Pacific Phoshates Company. This is a very big concern ... more

19 MAY 1916 (aged 27)

FACES WE LIKE TO SEE "Soldiers Return"
... Private Werter Gentil, who was with the New South Wales reinforcement in Rabaul and Nauru,in the Cental Pacific, is on a visit to his old Paeroa home under the east sky, probably with the memory of the old song 'There is no one like mother to me'. It will probably be remembered that Private Gentil was struck down with enteric fever and was for some time in a hospital. He is only here for a short stay, prior to his return to N.S.W., where he will receive his discharge in accordance with military service

... his father Charles Barrett Gentil is the secretary of the Ohinemuri Masonic Lodge No 107


CEMETERIES in the Auckland areas where GENTIL are buried

Symonds Street and St Stephens Cemeteries Auckland
Florence Gentil, Dora Francis Gentil, Charles George Gentil, Sarah Blake Gentil, and Alfred Herbert Gentil died 1910.

The St Paul's register has Edith Florence Gentil buried 7 May 1880 aged 17 years 4 months of Coromandel.

The Little's funeral records at Auckland City Libraries have Alfred Herbert Gentil died 21 December 1921 aged 62 years and buried 23 December 1921 in Symonds Street Cemetery.

The New Zealand Herald of 22/12/1921 has Alfred Herbert Gentil died aged 62 years and buried in Symonds Street Cemetery.

Subjects Gentil, Edith Florence, d.1880; Gentil, Dora Francis; Gentil, Charles George; Gentil, Sarah Blake; Gentil, Alfred Herbert, d.1921

Symonds Street Cemetery Auckland
The Anglican Memorial has:
Edith Florence Gentil 7.3.1880
Dora Francis Gentil 4.2.1895
Charles George Gentil 11.6.1904
Sarah Blake Gentil 18.1.1897 and Alfred Herbert Gentil 21.12.1921

Purewa Cemetery, Auckland
GENTIL Charles George Cremation 4 Oct 1989 aged 74
- ashes returned
GENTIL Ferdinend St.John Burial 4 April 1966 aged 80
- Location Block E Row 39 Plot 082A
GENTIL Gwenyth Joan Cremation 4 Dec 1989 aged 76
- ashes scattered
GENTIL Sarah Jane Burial 21 April 1937 aged 50
- Location Block E 39 Plot 082A

Paeroa Cemetery
GENTIL Annie Elizabeth 24 Feb 1929 aged 74
- Lot 4, Block K, Section PRO at Pukerimu Lawn Cemetery
GENTIL Charles Barrett 1 December 1935 aged 79
- Lot 2, Block K, Section PRO at Pukerimu Lawn Cemetery



from the journal comment of 19-5-2011
- Rosewood looking for the Gentil family

Werter GENTIL served wtih the Australian forces during WWI at Rabaul, New Guinea
OCCUPATION - Theatrical Agent
RANK - Private
ROLL TITLE - 3 Infantry Battalion, Tropical Unit (November 1914)
UNIT NAME - Australian Naval & Military Expeditionary Force (Queensland Reinforcement)
DATE OF EMBARKATION - 28 November 1914

he was born in 1889 in Paeroa, which is 180km South of Warkworth, New Zealand
- parents were Charles Barrett GENTIL (1856-191935) & Anne ELizabeth SMITH (1856-1924)

* - Werter's paternal grandparents, Charles George GENTIL (1826-1904) & Sarah Blake DAVISON (1837-1897) were from England. They had children in Geelong, Australia then arrived in Auckland in 1865 and had other children
- Charles George Gentil was born in London. He worked for the Bank of Australisia in Geelong, Australia and was the manager of the Bank of New Zealand in Coromandel He died aged 78. His OBITUARY

* - Werter's father, Charles, was born in Geelong, Autralia in 1856 and died in New Zealand in 1935
- his mother Annie was also born in Geelong (1856-1929)
- they married in Christ Church in WARKWORTH which is 64km north of Auckland
- SO, the CHURCH they married in was called Christ Church but the city was NOT Christchurch which is in the South Island.
- Charles was the Poundkeeper in Paeroa in the early 1900s

- Werter (and his siblings) attended the Paeroa School

- Werter's (known) siblings & their spouses (all married in NZ):

1879 - Edith Constance Beryl Gentil
- nothing known

1881 - Amie/Annie Dora Gentil
- married Herbert Edwin PHILLIPS in 1904

1882 - 1945 Charles Herbert Gentil
- married Margaret KING in 1911

1884 - Vera Mildred Gentil
- married Gerald Frank Gilbert SMITH in 1908

1886 - 1966 Ferdinand St John Gentil
- married Sarah Jane STANLEY in 1914

1888 - 1963 Naomi Gentil
- married Thomas Edward IBBOTSON in 1912

Werter's life after the war - marriage, children etc not yet known but hoping someone will 'recognise' him from this short bio

'Rosewood' says that Werter Gentil married Ruby CHILDS in 1924
- can you help ?

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WEST COAST Recruits - 1916

from the GREY ARGUS 29 December 1916

.. The following are the latest voluntary enlistments:-

? John Thomas DELANEY, Kumera

? Harold Cecil McCALLUM, Waiuta
- Serial No: Corporal 49568
- Next of Kin: Miss R. McCallum (sister), 205 Main Road, Ravensbourne, Dunedin
- DIED OF DISEASE 12 April 1919 NZ to France

the TWENTY-FOURTHS to be mobilsed January 4th
... The following have been attested for the Twenty-fourth Reinforcement to leave Greymouth by the Mapourika on the 4th of January. The steamer is timed to leave the wharr at 4 p.m. on the date mentioned, and the Twenty-fourths will be given a public farewell in front of the Town Hall the same afternoon:-

? Walter John Llewellyn BROWN, Arapito
- Serial No: Lance Corporal 44086
- Next of Kin: Mrs M. Avery (mother), Karamea, Westport

? James BYRNE, gold miner, Lyell
- Serial No: 37598
- Next of Kin: Patrick Byrne (father), Westport

? Colombo CALIARI, farmer, Little Wanganui
- Serial No: 441087
- Next of Kin: Mrs M. Caliari (mother), Post-office, Kanieri, Hokitika

? Walter DOUGLAS, coach driver, Otira
- Serial No: Rifleman 44097
- Next of Kin: Miss M. Douglas (sister), North Adelaide, South Australia

? Thomas HAIG, roadman, Inangahua Landing
- Serial No: 44106
- Next of Kin: Mrs S.A. Beyers (mother), Otira

? Ernest Richard HAYES, carter, Blackball
- Serial No: Trooper 35417
- Next of Kin: Mrs Sarah Ann Hayes (mother), Bright St, Cobden, Greymouth

? William John HAVILL, farmer, Little Wanganui
- Serial No: Lance Corporal 44116
- Next of Kin: Mrs A. Miller (mother), 6 Douglas Street, Wellington

? Patrick HEENING, bushman, Inchbonnie

? George Livingstone HORNE, farmer, Kopara (Ahaura)
- Serial No: Trooper 35429
- Next of Kin: James Alexander Horne (brother), Ahaura, via Greymouth,

? Bertrand Roland George HOGG, accountant, Greymouth
- Serial No 44114

? Thomas Milner KERR, painter, Hokitika
- Serial No: Lance-Corporal 44122
- Next of Kin: Mrs J. Kerr (mother), Fitzherbert Street, Hokitika

? James LYNCH, farmer, Murchison
- Serial No: Rifleman 44128
- Next of Kin: C. Lynch (brother), Murchison,

? William MANGOS, bridge hand, Inangahua Landing
- Serial No: Rifleman 44120
- Next of Kin: Mrs M. Mangos (mother), Post-office, Lyell, Westport
- DIED OF WOUNDS, accidently received 26 Aug 1917 Belgium

? William Frederick MASON, sawmill hand, Ross
- Serial No: Lance Corporal 44131
- Next of Kin: Mrs Mason (mother), Post-office, Ross, Westland

? John David McCALLUM, farmer, Matai

? Bernard O'NEILL, cabinetmaker, Cobden
- Serial No: Rifleman 44145
- Next of Kin: Mrs E. O'Neill (mother), Ward Street, Cobden, Greymouth

? John Thomas OXENHAM, farmer, Longford

? William Louis PAYNE, battery hand, Reefton
- born in Australia
- Serial No: 44149
- Next of Kin: Mrs E. Payne (mother), Walshe Street, Reefton

? Edward James PRIEST, sawmiller, Te Kinga
- Serial No: 44152
- Next of Kin: J. Priest (father), Baxter's, Otira Line, Greymouth
- DIED OF WOUNDS 29 March 1918 France

? Sydney REID, miner, Lyell
- Serial No: Rifleman 44155
- Next of Kin: John Reid (brother), Upper Matakitaki, via Murchison

? William SMITH, farmer, Ross

? Richard THOMAS, survey hand, Cobden
- Serial No: Rifleman 44171
- Next of Kin: Mrs E.J. Thomas (mother), Palmerston St, Cobden, Greymouth
- KILLED IN ACTION 9 August 1917 Ypres, Belgium

? Robert Gordon THOMSON, farmer, Inangahua Junction
- Serial No: Rifleman 44173
- Next of Kin: Mrs R. Thomson (mother), Braeside, Inangahua Junction

? Edward Wale TROWER, labourer, Inangahua
- Serial No: Rifleman 44174
- Next of Kin: William Trower (brother), Matiri, Murchison
- KILLED IN ACTION 7 April 1918, Somme France

? Albert WINCHESTER, carpenter, Ross
- Serial No: Rifleman 44180
- Next of Kin: William Winchester (father), Aylmer Street, Ross, Westland

? Percival James Ludlow PALMER, farmer, Ikamatua
- Serial No: Corporal 43925
- Next of Kin: Alfred James Palmer (father), Hukarere, via Greymouth

? Rowland Beresford SMITH, draper, Greymouth
- Serial No: Corporal 43928
- Next of Kin: Ernest James Smith (father), c/o Smith Ltd, Mawhera Quay, Greymouth

Rifleman 44120, William Mangos

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ABBETT >1884 Perth

ABBEY >1841 Busselton

ABBOTT >1850 Perth

ABDULLAH 1829-1900 Southern Cross

ABERCROMBY 1906 Fremantle

ABERG <1898 Northam

ABREU >1900 Fremantle

ADAM >1850 Geraldton

ADAM >1896 Laverton

ADAMS 1830 Fremantle

ADAMS 1830 Rockingham

ADAMS 1924 Geraldton

ADAMS <1850 Fremantle

ADAMS <1850 Fremantle

ADAMS >1830 Fremantle

ADAMS >1830 Fremantle

ADAMS >1900 Perth

AH SING >1829 Middle Swan

AH SING >1850 Perth

AITKEN >1890 Wagerup

AKHURST c1915 Subiaco

ALAVAKIS 1900 Perth

ALBAN >1945 Perth

ALCOCK >1950 Westonia

ALDERSON >1900 Perth

ALDIS 1911-1920 Claremont

ALEXANDER 1896 Broken Arrow

ALFORD 1890-1900 Coolgardie

ALFORD 1890-1945 Fremantle

ALLAN >1900 Fremantle

ALLARD >1900 Kalgoorlie

ALLAWAY >1930 Perth

ALLBEURY >1890 Perth

ALLEGRETTA >1960 Fremantle

ALLEN >1850 Fremantle

ALLEN >1900 Kalgoorlie

ALLISS >1850 Perth

ALTHAM >1910 Pingrup

ALTHAM >1920 Kalgoorlie

AMMON 1907-1941 Kirup

ANDERSEN 1884-1898 Jarrahdale

ANDERSON 1898-1941 Fremantle

ANDERSON 1900 Perth

ANDERSON <1890 York

ANDERSON >1860 Upper Swan

ANDERSON >1900 Byford

ANDREW >1890 Perth

ANDREW >1900 Kalgoorlie

ANDREWS >1850 Katanning

ANDREWS >1900 Kalgoorlie

ANGOVE <1900 Albany

ANNANDALE 1912 Collie

ANNEAR 1920-1930 Perth

ANNING >1829 Fremantle

ANSTEY 1890-1900 Perth

APPLEBY c1915 Midland Junction

APPLEFORD 1923 Collie


ARCHER >1880 Collie

ARCHER c1906

ARCHER c1938 Collie


ARMIT >1920 Narrogin

ARMSTRONG 1829-1838 Dalkeith

ARMSTRONG 1839-1853 Ravenswood

ARMSTRONG 1870-1920 Shannon River

ARMSTRONG 1890 Perth

ARMSTRONG 1890-1900 Boulder

ARMSTRONG 1890-1920 Coolgardie

ARMSTRONG 1890-1920 Kalgoorlie

ARMSTRONG >1850 Albany

ARNOLD 1900-1905 Jarrahdale

ARNOLD 1900-1905 Serpentine

ARNOLD >1850 Perth

ARTHUR >1928 Swan District

ARUNDEL <1881 Geraldton

ASHLEY >1951 Boulder

ASHMEAD >1880 Perth

ASKEW >1842 Australind

ASKEW >1843 York

ASPEY 1910-1925 Fremantle

ASPHAR >1925 Perth

ASTILL 1920-1990 Perth

ATCHLEY 1860-1870 York

ATKINS >1872 Mourambine

ATKINSON >1850 Bindoon

ATKINSON >1850 Perth

ATTWELL 1887-1897 Albany

ATTWELL 1887-1897 Fremantle

ATWELL >1863 Fremantle

ATWELL >1895 Coolgardie

ATWELL >1900 Perth

AUBREY 1890-1915 Yalgoo

AUBREY <1890 Irwin

AUSTEN >1913 Meekatharra

AUSTIN >1900 Geraldton

AUSTIN >1900 Perth

AYLING >1940 Toodyay

AYMER >1917 Swan District

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It is open to all those whose ancestors came to Western Australia

ABOUT WAGS ... The Western Australian Genealogical Society Inc. (WAGS) is the largest society of its type in Western Australia. We have been incorporated to assist members in researching the family history in Western Australia, as well as all corners of the world.
The Society was formed on the 1st January 1979 with the aim to promote, encourage and foster the study, science and knowledge of genealogy. This main objective encompasses many other secondary objectives, such as transcribing and indexing records, and provides a forum for people with a common interest in family history.
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BACHE >1840

BACK 1835

BACK >1830 Fremantle

BACK >1835

BACK >1835 Fremantle

BACK >1835 Fremantle

BACK >1840 Rottnest Island

BACKCOLLER >1894 Kalgoorlie

BACON >1925 Bullfinch

BAGG 1851 York

BAGSHAW 1843 York

BAGSHAW 1850-1860 York

BAHLINGER >1880 Katanning

BAIL 1890-1900 Katanning

BAIL >1900 Coolgardie

BAIL c1950 Mount Barker

BAILEY 1900-1940 Spearwood

BAILEY 1912 Perth

BAILEY <1942 Perth

BAILEY c1853 York

BAIRD >1896 East Fremantle

BAIRD >1896 Fremantle

BAKER 1850-1860 Fremantle

BAKER 1850-1950 Fremantle

BAKER 1850-1950 Perth

BAKER 1920-1930 Perth

BAKER >1861 Fremantle

BAKER >1891 Fremantle

BAKER >1895 Katanning

BAKER >1899 Coolgardie

BAKER >1900 Fremantle

BAKER >1903

BALDWIN >1842 Serpentine

BALDWIN >1863 Fremantle

BALDWIN >1893 Boulder

BALDWIN >1893 Kalgoorlie

BALL >1920 Southern Cross

BALLACHEY 1894 Perth


[URL]BANDY[/URL] 1879 Perth

BANDY >1850 Geraldton

BANDY >1850 Gingin

BANDY >1850 Northampton

BANDY >1850 Perth

BANFIELD c1900 East Victoria Park

BANKS >1910 Perth

BANTING >1841 Bunbury

BANTING >1850 Bunbury

BANTING >1850 Collie

BANTING >1897 Collie

BANWELL 1858 Greenough

BARCLAY >1900 Coolgardie

BARCLAY >1903 Perth

BARKER 1902 Fremantle

BARKER >1878 Perth trina_

BARKER >1900 West Perth

BARLOW >1860 Swan

BARNARD 1830-1840 Perth

BARNARD >1830 York

BARNARD >1840 York

BARNDON >1900 Northam

BARNES 1854-1900

BARNES >1900 Perth

BARNES >1930 Wheatbelt

BARNES c1913 Bayswater

BARNETT <1841 Perth

BARNETT >1900 Fremantle

BARNSLEY >1900 Perth

BARR >1888 Perth

BARRASS 1890-1900 Kalgoorlie

BARRASS 1890-1900 Menzies

BARRETT 1866 Fremantle

BARRINGTON >1860 Perth

BARRON >1829 Perth

BARRY >1948 Collie

BARRY >1948 Dawesville


BARTLETT 1890-1900 Kalgoorlie

BARTLETT 1897 Fremantle

BARTLETT >1840 Perth

BARTLEY >1900 Perth

BARTON >1900 Perth

BASTOW >1897 Toodyay

BATEMAN >1830 Fremantle

BATES 1863-1925 Fremantle

BATES c1830

BATHURST >1898 Kalgoorlie

BATT >1838 Jarrahdale

BATT >1838 Serpentine

BATTY >1860 Fremantle

BAWDEN >1905 Boulder

BAXTER 1900-2000

BEACHAM >1829 Murray

BEACHAM >1837 Murray District

BEARD 1850-1980 Albany

BEARD 1850-1980 Bunbury

BEARD 1850-1980 Northam

BEARD 1850-1980 Swan

BEARD >1850 Albany

BEARD >1860 Northam

BEARD >1900 Boulder

BEARD >1900 Kalgoorlie

BEARDMAN >1857 Toodyay

BEATTIE >1870 Perth

BEATTIE >1870 Williams River

BEAVER >1899 Fremantle

BEAVER >1913 Midland Junction

BEBBINGTON >1922 Albany

BEBEE >1972 Fremantle

BECHWITH <1948 Perth

BECKETT >1850 Geraldton

BECKETT >1850 Irwin

BECKETT >1945 Northam

BECKWITH <1948 Southern Cross


BEECROFT >1853 Fremantle

BEER >1900


BELL 1843 Greenough

BELL 1897-1923 York

BELL 1923-1929 Katanning

BELL 1929-1949 Leederville

BELL <1890 Fremantle

BELL >1893 Kalgoorlie

BELL >1896 Boulder

BELL >1900 Bullaring

BELL >1900 Corrigin

BELL >1900 Fremantle

BELL >1903 Cue

BELL >1904 Boulder

BELL >1909 Guildford

BELL >1909 York

BELL >1922 Albany

BELL >1934

BENBOW >1900

BENJAMIN 1840-1847 Australind

BENJAMIN 1840-1847 Bunbury

BENJAMIN 1840-1847 Busselton

BENJAMIN 1840-1847 Woonerup

BENNETT 1895-1915 Coolgardie

BENNETT 1895-1915 Kalgoorlie


BENNETT >1935 Albany

BENNETTS c1898 Kalgoorlie

BENOIT >1913 Morawa

BENWELL >1903 Perth

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BERGIN 1870 Albany

BESSEN0N >1903 Tambellup

BETTRIDGE >1890 Etticup

BETTS >1830 Guildford

BETTS >1830 Toodyay

BETTS >1830 Toodyay

BETTS >1877 Victoria Plains

BEVAN Northam

BEWSHER >1850 Donnybrook

BICKFORD 1890-1900 Perth

BICKLEY 1830-1876 Canning

BIDDLE >1850 Meckering

BIDDLE >1850 York

BIDWELL c1890 Albany

BIGGS >1880 Gingin

BILBROUGH 1856-1873 Albany

BILTOFT >1897 Kalgoorlie

BILTON >1900 Fremantle

BINGHAM >1850 Bassendean

BINGHAM >1850 Canning

BINGHAM >1850 Claremont

BINGHAM >1850 Fremantle

BINGHAM >1850 Guildford

BINGHAM >1850 Katanning

BINGHAM >1850 Northam

BINGHAM >1850 Perth

BINGHAM >1850 Subiaco

BINGHAM >1850 Swan

BINGHAM >1850 Wagin

BINGHAM >1850 Wellington

BINGHAM >1850 Williams Bridge

BINGHAM >1850 Williams River

BINGHAM >1891 Perth


BINNING 1890 Carnarvon

BINNS 1900 Fremantle

BIRCH >1841 Statewide

BIRCHALL <1933 Bunbury

BIRD >1924 Northcliffe

BIRT >1950 East Fremantle

BISHOP 1855 Victoria Plains

BISHOP >1842 Vasse

BLACK >1897 Boulder

BLACK >1925 Albany

BLACK c1896 Boulder



BLACKWELL >1900 Bassendean

BLADES >1914 Bassendean

BLADES >1914 Perth

BLAKE c1937 Perth

BLAKEMORE >1912 East Perth

BLAKEMORE >1912 Fremantle

BLAKEMORE >1912 Subiaco


BLECHYDEN 1900 Perth

BLECHYMNDED >1909 Donnybrook

BLECHYNDEN <1900 Bridgetown

BLECHYNDEN >1841 Beverley

BLECHYNDEN >1860 Bridgetown

BLINCO >1875 Fremantle

BLINCO >1893 Fremantle

BLOGNA 1959 Fremantle

BLUNT 1924 Perth

BLURTON >1851 Perth

BLURTON >1880 De Grey

BLURTON >1880 Roebourne

BLYTH 1840-1857 Bunbury

BLYTH 1908 Perth

BOASE >1850 Perth

BOESSER >1880 Perth

BOLGER <1850 Perth

BOLITHO c1898 North Perth

BOLT >1882 Fremantle

BOLTON 1962 Perth

BOLTON >1870 Fremantle

BOMPAS 1865 Camden Harbour

BOND 1890-1900 Cue

BOND >1893 Boulder

BOND >1893 Coolgardie

BOND >1893 Kalgoorlie

BOND >1893 Perth

BOND >1901 Perth

BONDESON >1914 Geraldton

BONNETT >1905 Subiaco

BONSER >1884 Northam

BOOTH >1893 Kalgoorlie

BOWDEN 1912 Perth

BOWLEY >1930 Kalgoorlie

BOWLEY >1930 Perth

BOWMAN 1875-1890 Fremantle

BOWMAN >1915 Carnamah

BOWRON >1849 Beverley

BOX 1895-1945 East Fremantle

BOX <1922 Albany

BOX >1928 Mornington


BOYLE >1870 Hotham Bridge

BOYLE >1870 Norrin Lake

BOYLE >1870 Perth

BOYLE >1880 Sussex

BOYNTON >1900 Northam

BOYS >1900 Ballidu

BRABHAM >1897 Leederville

BRACKEN 1860 Greenough

BRADLEY >1908 Dowerin

BRADLEY >1930 Perth

BRADSHAW 1890-1900 Menzies

BRADSHAW >1840 Perth

BRADSHAW >1840 York

BRADSHAW >1890 Wubin

BRADSHAW >1900 Boulder

BRADSHAW >1900 Kalgoorlie

BRADSHAW >1910 Bruce Rock

BRADSHAW >1925 Goomalling

BRADY 1899 Perth

BRADY >1856 Dongara


BRANSBERY >1880 Katanning

BRANSBERY >1880 Wagin

BRANSBY <1952 Perth

BRANSBY >1880 Katanning

BRANSBY >1880 Wagin

BRANSBY >1906 Mourambine

BRANSON >1850 New Norcia

BRASSINGTON >1897 Doodlakine


BRAY >1829 Fremantle

BRAY >1870

BRAY >1900 Perth

BRAYBROOK c1920 Northam

BREEN >1860 Bunbury

BRENNAN >1880 Collie

BRENNAN >1880 Kojonup

BRENNAN >1893 Goldfields

BRENNAN >1897 Collie

BRIDGART 1850-2000


BRIDGES >1920 Esperance

BRIGGS <1909 Perth


BRIMSTONE >1870 Belmont

BRINDLEY >1829 Fremantle

BRINDLEY >1829 Geraldton

BRISTOW 1907 Northam

BRISTOW 1946 Perth

BRISTOW <1914 Albany

BRITTAIN 1863 Bunbury

BRITTON 1921-1937 Cowaramup

BROAD 1852 Northam

BROAD >1869 Mullewa

BROADWOOD >1857 New Norcia

BROADWOOD >1857 Toodyay

BROCK 1951 Albany

BROCKMAN >1916 Busselton


BROOKS 1880 Northampton

BROOKS 1919 Katanning

BROPHY 1850-1950


BROWN 1851 Fremantle

BROWN 1895-1962 Collie

BROWN 1895-1962 Kalgoorlie

BROWN 1920-1937 Kulin

BROWN >1842 Australind

BROWN >1842 Roelands

BROWN >1850 Fremantle

BROWN >1900

BROWN >1905 Albany

BROWNE 1857 Perth

BROWNING 1857-1891 Greenough

BROWNING >1910 Kondinin

BRUCE 1890 York

BRUCE 1896 Cottesloe

BRUCE 1901-1907 Albany

BRUCE >1800 Kalgoorlie/Boulder

BRUCE >1850 Blackwood River

BRUCE >1880 Cossack

BRUMPTON 1910-1987

BRUSASCHI >1900 Perth

BRYAN 1853 Fremantle

BRYAN >1850 Fremantle

BRYAN >1850 Geraldton

BRYAN >1890 Cue/Day Dawn

BUCHANAN 1850-1860 Fremantle

BUCHANAN 1850-1860 Perth

BUCHANAN 1850-1860 Toodyay

BUCHANAN <1928 Port Hedland

BUCHANAN >1850 Perth


BUCHHOLDT >1900 Coolgardie

BUCHHOLDT >1905 Fremantle

BUCK 1890-1900 Boulder

BUCK 1890-1900 Kalgoorlie

BUCKLAND >1853 Fremantle

BUCKLAND >1856 York

BUCKLE >1859

BUCKLEY 1833 Toodyay

BUCKLEY >1850 Bunbury

BUCKLEY >1850 Collie

BUEGGE >1915 Bruce Rock

BUFFINTON >1860 Perth

BUFTON >1852

BUGGINS <1861 Perth

BULGER >1897 Coolgardie

BULL >1900 Perth

BULLOCK 1905 Boulder

BULLOCK >1896 Perth

BULLOCK >1897 Yilgarn

BULOG >1960 Perth

BULPIN >1900 Boulder

BULPIN >1900 Kalgoorlie

BUNTER >1856 Geraldton

BUNTER >1856 Greenough

BUNTER >1893 Greenough

BURDON >1897 Fremantle

BURDON >1905 Bellevue

BURGES >1830 York

BURGESS >1886 Perth

BURKE >1880 North Perth

BURKETT >1902 West Perth

BURNS <1870 Roebourne

BURRIDGE >1870 Tambellup

BURROUGHS >1850 Albany

BURROWS >1850 Albany

BURROWS >1858 Fremantle

BURROWS >1859 Toodyay

BURROWS >1860 Bunbury

BURROWS >1862 Perth

BURROWS >1900 Swanbourne

BURROWS >1920 Claremont

BURTON >1920 Fremantle

BUSCH 1908 Perth

BUTCHER 1841-1852 Upper Swan

BUTCHER 1856-1910 Wongong

BUTCHER >1842 Kelmscott

BUTCHER >1900 Mt Kokeby

BUTCHER c1890 Kelmscott

BUTLER <1951 Transline

BUTLER >1921 Kalgoorlie

BUTLER >1951 Fremantle

BUTT >1900 Pinjarra

BUTTERLY 1856 Toodyay

BUTTERLY >1849 Toodyay

BYASS >1900 Bamboo Creek

BYCROFT >1916 Cunderdin

BYFIELD 1840 Mahogany Creek

BYFIELD >1850 Northam

BYFORD 1858-1910

BYRNE >1848 Bindoon

BYRNE >1860 Victoria Plains

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Western Australia SURNAMES LIST ... C ...

the Western Australian Surnames List is a WAGS (The Western Australian Genealogical Society Inc) hosting service, available to members and non-members.
It is open to all those whose ancestors came to Western Australia

ABOUT WAGS ... The Western Australian Genealogical Society Inc. (WAGS) is the largest society of its type in Western Australia. We have been incorporated to assist members in researching the family history in Western Australia, as well as all corners of the world.
The Society was formed on the 1st January 1979 with the aim to promote, encourage and foster the study, science and knowledge of genealogy. This main objective encompasses many other secondary objectives, such as transcribing and indexing records, and provides a forum for people with a common interest in family history.
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each name is searchable for submitter info

LIST OF SURNAMES (as at July 2011):
A ... B ... C ... D ... E ... F

G ... H ... I ... J ... K ... L

M ... N ... O ... P ... Q ... R

S ... T ... U ... V ... W ... Y & Z

CABLE 1829-1900 Fremantle


CAESAR <1850 Fremantle

CAESAR >1930 Perth

CAFFELL >1895 Perth

CAIELS c1899 Boyup Brook

CAILES c1899 Boyup Brook

CAIRNS 1890-1900 Menzies

CAIRNS >1880 Perth

CAIRNS >1890 Merredin

CALDER >1910 Perth

CALLAGHAN >1906 Fremantle

CALLANAN >1898 Boulder

CALLOW >1920 Fremantle

CALWELL >1894 Fremantle

CAMERON >1860 Albany

CAMPBEL <1851 Fremantle

CAMPBELL Carnarvon

CAMPBELL 1851 York

CAMPBELL 1900 Cuballing

CAMPBELL >1830 Fremantle

CAMPBELL >1881 Jarrahdale

CAMPBELL >1886 Dongara

CAMPITELLI 1969-2002 Perth

CANGEMI >1700 Fremantle

CAPDEVILA >1914 Fremantle

CAPDEVILA >1914 Perth

CAPES >1900 Fremantle

CAPLE >1900 Perth

CAPPS 1900 Fremantle

CARBERRY >1898 Fremantle

CARBERRY >1899 Perth

CARDINAL >1900 Gosnells

CAREW-REID 1900 Perth

CAREY >1867

CARGILL >1920 Victoria Park

CARLON >1900 Perth

CARLSON >1830 Fremantle

CARMODY >1854 Perth

CARPENTER >1851 Arthur River

CARPENTER >1851 Williams

CARPENTER >1876 Fremantle

CARPENTER >1876 Northampton

CARR <1914 Goomalling

CARR >1914 Eradu

CARR >1914 Jennacubine

CARR >1914 Narngulu

CARR >1914 Subiaco

CARRICK c1900 Moore

CARROLL 1851-1865 Fremantle

CARROLL 1857 Fremantle

CARROLL >1900 Bunbury

CARSE c1905 Coolgardie

CARTER Meckering

CARTER >1840 Northam

CARTER >1850 Northam

CARTER >1856 Northam

CARTER >1900

CARTER c1900 Perth


CASEY >1900 Perth

CASEY >1903 Perth

CASEY >1905

CATCHPOLE >1829 Perth

CATCHPOLE >1890 Perth

CATT >1900 Albany

CECIL >1902 Beaconsfield

CECIL >1902 Fremantle

CECIL >1902

CHADD 1895-1920 Goldfields

CHADD 1895-1950 South West

CHAMBERLAIN 1850 Fremantle

CHAMBERLAIN >1850 Fremantle

CHAMBERS >1900 Boulder

CHAMBERS >1900 Kalgoorlie

CHAMBERS >1920 Busselton


CHAMPION 1908 Wungong

CHANDLER >1900 Boulder

CHANDLER >1900 Kalgoorlie

CHANT >1896 Geraldton

CHAPMAN 1839 Bunbury

CHAPMAN 1850-1900 Ravensthorpe

CHAPMAN <1900 Perth

CHAPMAN >1832 Harvey

CHAPMAN >1832 Louden

CHAPMAN >1832 Perth

CHAPMAN >1835 Perth

CHAPMAN >1869 Bridgetown

CHAPMAN c1860 Preston River


CHEESEMAN 1887-1897 Fremantle

CHEESEMAN >1897 Leederville

CHEESEMAN >1901 Doodlakine

CHEESEMAN >1925 Brookton

CHEESEMAN >1929 Buntine

CHEESEMAN >1929 Dalwallinu

CHEESEMAN >1929 Wubin

CHESSON 1894 Cue

CHESSON 1894 Day Dawn

CHEVERIL >1830 York

CHEW 1900 Perth

CHIASSARO 1950-1998
CHILCOTT >1890 Fremantle

CHILVERS >1912 Barracupp

CHILVERS >1912 Perth
CHILVERS >1912 Perth

CHIPLIN 1852-1861 Fremantle

CHIPPER >1829 Perth

CHITTY 1839 Toodyay

CHIVERS >1890 Guildford

CHRISTIE >1832 Toodyay

CHRISTIE >1865 York

CHRISTMASS >1829 Northam

CHRISTMASS >1850 Northam

CHUCK >1863 Perth

CHUCK >1870 Jarrahdale

CLACKSON >1912 Perth

CLANCY 1858-1882 Fremantle

CLANCY >1893 Goldfields

CLANCY >1895 Perth

CLAPP c1900 Mid West

CLARK 1890-1900 Fremantle

CLARK 1900 Perth

CLARK 1900-1917 West Guildford

CLARK 1917 Hamel

CLARK 1925-2007 Bunbury

CLARK >1900 Coolgardie

CLARK >1900 Kalgoorlie

CLARKE 1829-1900 Bunbury

CLARKE 1846-1866

CLARKE 1890-1900 Fremantle

CLARKE 1900 Perth

CLARKE 1900-1917 West Guildford

CLARKE >1850 Bunbury

CLARKE >1850 Fremantle

CLARKE >1852 Victoria Plains

CLARKE >1890 Harvey

CLARKE >1927

CLARKE c1855 Upper Swan

CLARKSON c1887 East Perth

CLIFTON >1841 Bunbury

CLINCH >1840

COATES 1834 Guildford

COATES >1880 Fremantle

COBLEY 1897 Leonora

COCHRANE 1900 Perth

COCK >1890 Kalgoorlie

COCKS 1890-1900 Goldfields

COCKS 1918 Bunbury

COCKS <1918 Kalgoorlie

COCKS >1890 Kalgoorlie

COCKS >1900 Perth

COFFIN >1900 Pilbara

COGHLAN >1903 Albany

COGHLAN >1903 Fremantle

COGHLAN >1903 Fremantle

COHEN >1900 Fremantle

COHEN >1900 Highgate Hill

COHEN >1900 Perth

COKER >1905 Kalgoorlie

COLE 1843 Fremantle

COLE >1883 Fremantle

COLES >1842 York

COLLETT 1884-1942

COLLINS 1925 Benjaberring

COLLINS >1888 Perth

COLLIS >1900

COMBES 1890-1900 Coolgardie

COMPTON 1868 Perth

COMPTON 1893 Southern Cross

CONDON 1930-1940 Claremont

CONDREN 1887-1920 Perth

CONDREN c1900 Halls Creek

CONGRENE >1900 Fremantle

CONGREVE >1829 Perth

CONGREVE >1850 Geraldton

CONGRIFF >1829 Perth

CONGRIFF >1850 Geraldton

CONIFF >1829 Perth

CONIFF >1850 Geraldton

CONNOLLY 1829 Swan

CONNOLLY >1889 Fremantle

CONNOR >1850 Bunbury

CONNORS 1859-1875 Perth

COOK >1829 Swan River

COOK >1850 Fremantle

COOK >1860 Beverley

COOK >1900 Mornington Mills

COOKE >1922 Mornington

COOLAHAN <1853 Bunbury

COOMBS >1860

COOMER 1859 Perth

COONAN >1853 Bunbury

COONAN >1853 Dardanup

COONAN >1897 Collie

COONAN >1923 Dardanup

COOPER 1852 Fremantle

COOPER >1831 Fremantle

COOPER >1850 Fremantle

COOPER >1865 Fremantle

COOPER >1905 Perth

COOPER c1859 Mount Barker

COOPER c1890

COOTE 1925 Perth

COPE >1850 Statewide

COPELAND >1900 Statewide

COPPIN Statewide

COPPOLINA 1930 Perth

CORBETT 1858 Perth

CORBITT 1880-1905 Fremantle

CORBITT 1905-1930 Guildford

CORDNER 1920-1930 Perth

CORMACK 1890-1943

CORMACK 1890-1943 Fremantle

CORMACK 1890-1943 Kalgoorlie

CORNELIUS <1900 Coolgardie


CORNISH >1850 Fremantle

CORSE >1911 Victoria Park

CORVER c1950 Fremantle

COSGROVE 1855-1920 Northam

COSHAM >1967 Menora

COSHAM >1967 Wannanup

COSTIGAN >1865 Fremantle

COSTIGAN c1880 Perth


COULTHARD c1910 Fremantle

COUPAR >1900 Nokanning

COUPAR >1900 Perth

COUPER >1890 Dowerin

COUPER >1890 Northam

COUSINS 1851 Greenough

COVEY >1911 Perth

COWAN >1850 Troon-villa, Perth

COWIN >1890 Trafalgar

COWIN >1890 Williams

COWIN >1900 Tarwonga

COWLEY 1903-2000 Kalgoorlie

COX c1936 Mount Monger

COY 1897 Fremantle

COYLE >1883 Jarrahdale

COYNE <1853 Northam

CRACKNELL c1909 Perth

CRAIG 1895 Cue

CRAIG 1913-1914 Trafalgar

CRAIG 1916 Kalgoorlie

CRAIG >1860 York

CRAIG >1890 Goldfields

CRAINE >1862 Greenough

CRAKE >1850 Fremantle

CRANLEY >1860 Fremantle

CRANLEY >1860 Fremantle

CRANNAGE 1890-1900 Kalgoorlie

CRAWFORD >1860 York

CREAM >1830 Geraldton (Eradu)


CRISP 1890-1950 Coolgardie

CRISP 1890-1950 Kalgoorlie

CROCKETT >1877 Fremantle

CROCKETT >1877 Northampton

CROFT 1880-1999 Carnamah

CROFT 1880-1999 Coorow

CROFT 1880-1999 Geraldton

CROFT 1880-1999 Mingenew

CROFT 1880-1999 Moora

CROFTS 1916-1971 Bassendean

CROFTS 1916-1971 Midland

CROME c1925 Perth

CROSS >1862 Fremantle

CROSS c1900 Boulder

CROTTY >1843

CROUCH 1829-1900

CROUCH 1920-1930 Perth

CROUCH >1860 Fremantle

CROUCH >1880 Perth

CROXFORD >1911 Kunnunoppin

CROXFORD >1925 Albany

CRUES <1919 Boyanup

CULLEN >1900 Midland

CULLEN >1900 Narrogin

CULLETON 1898-1902 Kalgoorlie

CULLETON 1898-1919 York

CULLETON 1949 Narrogin

CULLETON >1898 Northam

CUMMINS c1910 Fremantle

CUNNINGHAM 1940-1950

CURREY >1920 Perth

CURRIE 1899-1920 Pinjarra

CURTIS >1830 Fremantle

CUSACK 1900 Katanning

CVANOVICH 1850-1980 Geraldton