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Willis Street WELLINGTON - 1925

some of the HUSTLE & BUSTLE in WILLIS Street, WELLINGTON in 1925

Evening Post, 2 January 1925
BURGLARY
... The premises of Mr J. McILRAITH, grocer, of 140 Willis steet, were entered by burglars some time between Wednesday night and this morning, and about 5 in cash was stolen. The police have the matter in hand

Evening Post, 3 January 1925
PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK
... FINE PRINTS and PHOTOGRAPHIC CORK at the S. P. ANDREW Studios, 10 Willis street, Wellington. and Bartlett Studio, Auckland. By Appointment Photographers to His Excellency the Governor-General

Evening Post, 5 January 1925
BIRTH
... CALDWELL - On the 26th December 1924, at the Willis Street Obstetric Hospital, to Mr and Mrs Archie Caldwell, Karori - a daughter

Evening Post, 20 January 1925
CHEESE IN PERFECTION
... Full Cream Cheddar Cheese matured by special process, in perfect condition. 1s 4d per pound at WARDELL'S, Willis street

Evening Post, 20 January 1925
BIRTH
... BUCHANAN - On the 19th January 1925, to Mr and Mrs Buchanan, at Willis Street Obstetric Hospital - a daughter

Evening Post, 21 January 1925
BIRTH
... KLINBERG - On the 21st January, 1925, to Mr and Mrs E. Klinberg, at Willis street Obstetric Hospital - a daughter

Evening Post, 22 January 1925
ACCIDENT
... Through colliding with a tramcar while riding a motor-cycle down Willis street yesterday evening, a single man, 37 years of age, named THOMAS MURPHY, a wharf labourer, suffered a broken leg. The injured man was removed to the hospital, where his is progressing favourably

Evening Post, 5 February 1925
SOCIETY for PROTECTION of WOMEN and CHILDREN
... The Secretary will be in attendance at the Rooms, Wilton's Buildins, 156 Willis street, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10 to 12.30 & Tuesday Afternoon 2 to 4
All communication strictly confidential. Telephone 770

Evening Post, 6 February 1925
WEDDING
... The wedding was solemnised at St Peter's Church, Willis street, yesterday afternoon of Miss Dorothy PETERS, youngest daughter of Mr J. Peters, Hastings, and Mr James GLOVER, eldest son of Mrs J. Glover, Webb street, Wellington. The Rev. N. A. Stanley officiated. After the ceremony the bride and bridegroom were entertained at Mrs Hath's residence, Hiropi street, Newtown

Evening Post, 23 March 1925
ELOCUTION LESSONS
... Miss Constance THEEL, teacher of elocution, who has made a special study of the methods of voice production, will receive pupils at Room 11, 50 Willis street, as advertised

Evening Post, 29 April 1925
AUCTION
... Mt Herbert SEATON, under instructions from Mr M. L. MARIS, will sell by auction, the whole of his stock of diamond rings, watches, clocks, and silver ware on the premises, 27 Willis street, at 1 p.m. on Friday

Evening Post, 1 May 1925
OFFICES TO LET
... Large rooms and floor, about 60ft x 30ft, with Small Office; splendid light, heart of city, next Stewart Dawson's. Apply, 11 to 12 or 3 to 4, Room 17, Fletcher's Buildings, Corner Lambton quay and Willis street

Evening Post, 1 May 1925
HARRY N. HOLMES
... who, during his term of office as general secretary of Wellington Y.M.C.A., was responsible for the erection of the building in Willis Street, arrived from Australia per Ulimaroa on Wednesday, after a visit to his aged father in Adelaide. During his visit to Wellington he will speak at a New Zealand Club luncheon, of which he was the founder

Evening Post, 2 May 1925
DANCE LESSONS
... Miss PHYLLIS BATES, Studio 68 Willis street. Telephone 870. Private Lessons by Appointment. Fox Trot, Five-Step, Waltz, Tango. MURRAY BLAKES'"BLUES", Paso Doble. Appointments from 10 a.m.

Evening Post, 2 May 1925
DANCING AND EURYTHMICS
... Miss BARBARA PUTNAM is removing to New Studio,, 60 Willis Street on Thursday, 14th May. For further particulars address 43, Northland Road

Evening Post, 4 May 1925
BICYCLE WRECKS
... Brought to us for repairs indicate that too many have courted trouble and married disaster by buying low-grade cycles. Rather enjoy your ride in safety and comfort by buying reliabel Cycles at reasonable prices from F. J. W. FEAR AND CO., 63-65 Willis street

Evening Post, 5 May 1925
CHIROPRACTIC
... Mr and Mrs KEMBLE WELCH (Palmer School Graduates) have opened Offices for the Practice of Chiropractic, Neurocalometer Service. The Neurocalometer accurately locates nerve impingements, which are the cause of disease. Address: 200 Willis Street, Telephone 20-421

Evening Post, 5 May 1925
EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS
... SPEAR AND MURRAY LTD., 7 Willis Street, Wellington. Late Optician to the Wellington Hospital and Charitable Aid Board. Telephone 2562

Evening Post, 5 May 1925
DENTAL SURGEON
... H. E. ANDREWS & H. JACKSON, Dental Surgeons, 132 Willis street, McDonald's Buildings

Evening Post, 6 May 1925
CARLTON HOTEL
... Willis Street, Wellington UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Terms Moderate. F. H. RENNIE. Telephone 863

Evening Post, 6 May 1925
HERBERT SEATON
... Auctioneer, retiring from business, continuation of Auction Sale of Mr M. L. MARIS's stock of Diamond RIngs, Gold and Silver Watches, Electroplate, Silverware, Clocks, Watches, Art Beads, Field glasses, etc., etc., on premises, 27 Willis street, opposite Grand Hotel

Evening Post, 18 May 1925
BIRTH
... OLSON - On the 16th May 1925, at the Willis Street Obstetric Hospital, to Mr and Mrs W. H. Olson - a daughter

Evening Post, 20 May 1925
NZ BIBLE & BOOK SOCIETY
... ANNUAL BOOK SALE, this Friday, the 22nd instant. A Harvest of bargains for Book Buyers. Valuable works at nominal prices. 71 Willis Street, opposite "Evening Post"

Evening Post, 18 May 1925
RUSSIAN FUR EXHIBITION
... Owing to the unexpected arrival, ex ss Tongaririo, of a parcel of exquisite sample furs. The English representative for Russian Furs has extended his visit for three days more. Fur lovers should see this wonderful display of fur coats, stoles, capes and neckwear. 68 Willis Street. Up passageway leading to Ambassador Cabaret

Evening Post, 21 May 1925
BARGAINS FROM LONDON
... Great Sale of Evening Goods Now On - Brilliant Satin Marocains, double width, 3s 11d, worth 7s 11d. Real Ostrich Feather Trimmings, all colours, 4s 11d, worth 12s 6d. Magnificant Beaded Tunics, at a third of usual prices. French Evening Hair Bands, at 2s 11d. Beautiful Wide Metal Laces and Sequin Trimmings at half-price. See the windows. QUEREE BROS., 116 Willis Street

Evening Post, 27 May 1925
CAPPING DAY
... TOMORROW'S PROCESSION. For the first time since 1922 the Victoria College students will hold their capping procession to-morrow. The procession will leave the college at 11 a.m., and will proceed via Cuba street, to Manners street, Willis street and Lambton quay to the Government Buildings. It will then return via Lambton quay and Grey street to Post Office square, where it should arrive about 1 p.m. It is expected that the procession will be one worthy of the occasion, and that the skits on public affairs, and the speeches at the Post Office square, where the welcoming of the Governor-General by the Acting Governor-General, will be the main feature, will provide the public with much amusement

Evening Post, 27 May 1925
BYLAW BREACHES
... At the Magistrate's Court yesterday George Geoffrey SHIRTCLIFFE was fined 1 10s for turning his car in Willis street

Evening Post, 1 June 1925
MARRIAGE
... LINLEY-HURLEY - On the 22nd April 1925, at St Peter's Church, Willis street, by the Rev Mr WATSON, Lewis Frederick, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Linley, Wellington, to Ivy mable, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs D. Langley, Collingwood street, Nelson

Evening Post, 19 June 1925
BIRTH
... WEINSTEIN - On the 30th June, 1925, at Willis street Obstetric Hospital, to Mr and Mrs C. Weinstein - a daughter

Evening Post, 24 June 1925
MARRIAGE
... DRYDEN-PETTENGELL - On Wednesday, 17th June 1925, at St Peter's Church, Willis street, Wellington, by the Rev. Mr WATSON, Leonard B. Dryden, youngest son of Mrs A. O'SULLIVAN, of Waitara, to Elsie M., youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs F. Pettengell, of Tanera crescent, Brooklyn

Evening Post, 30 June 1925
MARRIAGE
... CHAMPION-WALLIS - On the 16th June 1925, at St Peter's Church, Willis street, by the Rev T. Feilden TAYLOR. Thomas Keith, eldest son of Mr and Mrs W. H. Champion, of Auckland, to Effie Rosetta, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs T. J. Wallis, of 19 Boston terrace, Wellington

Evening Post, 4 July 1925
MARRIAGE
... YEATTS-WEBSTER - On the 1st July 1925, at St Peter's Church, Willis street, by the Rev. P. A. STANLEY, Robert Charles, only son of Mr R. C. Yeatts, of Wellington, to Vera May, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Webster, of 4 Crosby terrace, Wellington

Evening Post, 6 July 1925
SUDDEN DEATH
... James ROGERS, a waterside worker, 66 years of age, died suddenly at 218 Willis street, at 4.30 am., yesterday. He took ill shortly after 1 o'clock yesterday morning, and medical assistance was summoned, but Rogers expired within a few minutes. An inquest will be held at 9.15a.m. to-morrow

Evening Post, 10 July 1925
OBITUARY
... Dr (PETER) HAMILTON ROBERTSON. Very general and sincere regret will be expressed at the death of Dr Hamilton Robertson, of Hataitai, which took place from meningitis this morning, following a few weeks illness. Dr Robertson, who was a son of an eminent authority in Glasgow on mental diseases, and was a brother of Dr Alex. Robertson, of Willis street, was about 49 years of age, and had a distinguished career. He served with the Scottish Red Cross Hospital in the South African War. He held appointments in the Glasgow Maternity and Fever Hospitals, and in the Sussex General Hospital, and was a Fellow of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons at Glasgow. For five and a half years prior to the Great War he held the post of assistant to the Regius Professor of Surgery, Sir William Macewen, his duties in that capacity consisting of teaching large classes of students in systematic, clinical, and operative surgery by lectures and demonstrations; also in assisting at the operations in the University Clinique at the Western Infirmary. In addition he held the post of extra-dispensary surgeon to the Victoria Infirmary for seven years and that of extra-dispensary to the Royal Infirmary for six years. He had a varied career during the war, serving as a surgeon at the Battle of Loos and later as a surgical specialist. After the war he settled in Hataitai, where he soon built up a large practice, and won for himself a host of friends. He also did good work on the surgical staff of the Wellington Hospital. Dr Robertson leaves a widow, with whom much sympathy will be felt

Evening Post, 12 July 1925
BIRTH
... SPENCER - On the 9th July 1925, at Willis Street Obstetric Hospital, to Mr and Mrs W. Spencer (nee Eley BASSETT), of Ngaio - a daughter; both well

Evening Post, 30 July 1925
AUCTION
... Messrs. VINE and Co., auctioneers, will sell pianos and and oak and rimu furniture at their mart, 107 Customhouse quay at 2 o'clock to-morrow. On Saturday morning, at 10 o'lock, they will offer office furniture, counters, a Ford motor-car, on the premises, 77 Willis street

Evening Post, 21 August 1925
FIRE in the ALBERT HOTEL
... The fire brigade received a call last night at 11. o'clock to an outbreak of fire in the Albert Hotel, Willis street. The cause of the fire was a gas heater, and damage was done to the sitting room

Evening Post, 22 August 1925
WINDOWS DAMAGED
... During last night five large plate-glass windows in Messrs WALLACE and GIBSON's shop in Willis street were cut, apparently with a diamond. The discovery was made when the window-cleaner commenced work this morning. The panes damaged are marked in several places with vertical scratches, and some of them are valued at 50

Evening Post, 11 August 1925
2000 MEN TO PARADE THROUGH CITY
... The chief feature of to-morrow's programme, and probably what will prove to be the most spectacular event of the whole visit, will be a route march by 2,000 sailors through the city streets. The men will be drawn from the various ships, and the march will commence at 10 a.m. The line of route will be Bunny street, Lambton Quay, Willis Street, Upper Willis Street, Vivian Street, Cuba Street, Jervois Quay, Customhouse Quay and Waterloo Quay, back to the ship. His excellency the Governor-General (Sir Charles FERGUSSON) and Admiral COONTZ will take the salute from the steps of Parliament Buildings

Evening Post, 22 August 1925
BIRTH
... SCHAAB - on the 13th August 1925, at the Willis Street Obstetric Hospital, to Mr and Mrs M. J. Schaab, Kilbirnie - the gift of a son

Evening Post, 22 August 1925
BIRTH
... ANGEL - on the 22nd August 1925, at Willis Street Private Hospital, to Mr and Mrs Angel, Northland - a son

Evening Post, 7 September 1925
COMPETITION
... First and Second Prize-winners are requested to be Photographed as early as possible at the Official Photographers to the Wellington Competitions Society. - The P. H. JAUNCEY Studios, 50 Willis street

Evening Post, 7 September 1925
WEDDING BOUQUETS
... If you wish to obtain that finish and artistic touch to your wedding, order your bouquets from Miss MURRAY, Vice-Regal Florists, 35 Willis Street

Evening Post, 7 September 1925
HAIR RESTORER
... "Nodinit" - Grey and white hair can be restored to its natural colour by the application of this wonderful restorer. It improves the growth of the hair, and completely removes dandruff. Price 4s per bottle. Sole agents: STAMFORD and Co., Ltd., 68 Willis street. Permanent waving, Eugene machine. Our operators recommended by Mr EUGENE himself. Half head 4 10s. Telephone 21-220

Evening Post, 7 September 1925
TAILORS and BREECHES Makers
... THIRTY YEARS AGO we commenced business in Willis street. We determined to purchase only good materials, put in first-class Workmanship, and sell at a reasonable price. Our ideals remain the same, and our unrivalled tailoring experience is still at your service. We have no front shop. Our Show-rooms are on the First Floor, Macarthy's Buildings, 50 Willis street. MORRISON AND PENNEY

Evening Post, 12 September 1925
BIRTH
... HEENAN - On the 11th September, 1925, at Willis Street Obstetric Hospital, to Mr and Mrs J. W. Heenan - a son

Evening Post, 12 September 1925
BIRTH
... LAKE - On the 10th September, 1925, at Willis Street Obstetric Hospital, to Mr and Mrs George William Lake, of 26 William Street, Wadestown - a son; both well

Evening Post, 2 October 1925
BIRTH
... WATTS - On the 1st October, 1925, at Willis Street Obstetric Hospital, to Mr and Mrs E. H. Watts, of Ngaio - a son

Evening Post, 7 October 1925
LABOUR PARTY DEMONSTRATION
... A Labour Party demonstration will be held in the Empress Theatre, Willis street, on Sunday evening next, commencing at 8. Labour candidates for Parliament, assisted by others, will address the meeting

Evening Post, 13 October 1925
BIRTH
... FOX - On the 11th October 1925, at the Willis Street Private Hospital, to Mr and Mrs W. M. G. Fox - a daughter

Evening Post, 13 October 1925
BIRTH
... JONES - On the 11th October 1925, at Willis Street Hospital, to Mr and Mrs C. W. Jones, junr. - a daughter

Evening Post, 15 October 1925
DEATH from HEART FAILURE
... At an inquest held yesterday afternoon by the Coroner (Mr W. G. RIDDELL, S.M.) on Elspeth McPherson WALLINGTON, a married woman, aged 26, who died suddenly on the morning of 13th October at 255 Willis street, evidence was given by Dr LYNCH that death was due to heart failure. A verdict in accordance with the medical testimony was returned

Evening Post, 16 October 1925
FUNERAL FURNISHERS
... A. M. WILSON & Co., (late J. & A. Wilson). Funeral Furnishers, 263 Willis Street, Tel. 21-949

Evening Post, 26 October 1925
MOTOR-CYCLE MISHAP
... A minor mishap, with a smashed plate-glass window as its most serious result occurred in Boulcott street at 2.15 this afternoon. A motor-cyclist with an occupied sidecar, lost control of his machine as he was approaching the Willis street-manners street intersection, his foot-brake being rendered inactive through a mechanical defect, and the machine ran across the footpath ten yards from the Willis street corner. The front wheel crashed through a newly installed plate-glass window in the shop frontage recently made in Boulcott street. Neither machine nor occupants suffered any injury

Evening Post, 30 October 1925
TRAMCAR ACCIDNET
... Samuel George FRANKLIN, 25 years of age, and residing at 22 Rimu road, Kelburn, was knocked down by a tramcar while crossing Willis street at 2.25 o'clock this afternoon. He sustained cuts about the head and face, for which he received treatment at a nearby chemist's shop and was afterwards able to proceed to his home

Evening Post, 31 October 1925
BIRTH
... WYATT - On the 29th October, 1926, at the Willis Street Obstetric Hospital, to Mr and Mrs H. Wyatt - a daughter

Evening Post, 13 November 1925
MARRIAGE
... BLAKE-HOPKIRK - On the 21st October, 1925, at St John's Presbyterian Church, Willis street, by Rev Dr GIBB, Douglas C. E. Blake, second son of Mr and Mrs E. M. Blake, Kent terrace, Wellington, to Sibyl E. Hopkirk, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. Hopkirk, Majoribanks street, Wellington

Evening Post, 17 November 1925
SALE OF EMPIRE HOTEL
... Another deal in Wellington City property took place last week, Messrs. FINCH and WEBSTER, land and estate agents, having arranged the sale of the Empire Hotel, Willis street, at a price between 75,000 and 80,000. The building, which is of three stories, has a frontage of 72ft to Willis street and of 75ft to Victoria street
in 2013, 75,000-80,000 is equivalent to $6,995,000-$7,460,000

Evening Post, 21 November 1925
BIRTH
... MILLER - On the 19th November 1925, at Willis Street Obstetric Hospital, the wife of M. B. Miller - a daugher

Evening Post, 10 December 1925
PUBLIC AUCTION
... Messrs C. DICKINSON and Co., 68 Willis street, advertise a sale of crockery and furniture at their rooms, 68 Willis st., to-morrow, at 2 o'clock.


PHOTO
Willis Street
in 1925


WINDLE buried OTAGO

WINDLE burials in Otago, New Zealand

... DUNEDIN ...
ANNIE Windle (1920-2012)
- born 6 January 1920 in Brechin, Scotland
- arrived New Zealand about 1926
- died 11 February 2012 aged 92
- last address: Radius Fulton Care Centre, Dunedin
- buried Plot 43, Block 87 at Green Park Cemetery


EDITH Windle (1893-1976)
- last address: Halfmoon Bay, Stewart Island
- died 16 August 1976 aged 83 in Invercargill
- ashes returned


FREDERICK JOSEPH Windle (1915-1996)
- born 6 August 1915 in Gore
- died 6 September 1996 aged 81 at Dunedin Hospital
- buried Plot 43, Block 87 at Green Park Cemetery
- last address: McIntosh Road, Brighton, Dunedin


JOHN Windle (1878-1962)
- married Rose HENRY in 1909
- died 9 May 1962 aged 84
- buried Plot 8, Block Z at East Taieri Cemetery


LAURIE STEPHEN Windle (1926-2002)
- died 17 November 2002 aged 76
- last address: Milton
- ashes buried Plot 43, Block P1 at Andersons Bay Cemetery


NOELINE Windle (1937-2011)
- born in Dunedin
- died 9 April 2011 in Dunedin Hospital aged 74
- last address, Mosgiel
- ashes returned


ROSE Windle (1887-1961 nee HENRY)
- married John Windle in 1909
- died 13 November 1961 aged 74
- buried Plot 8, Block Z at East Taieri Cemetery


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... GORE ...
BRYAN FRANCIS Windle (1920-1967)
- son of Henry 'Harry' Windle & Mary Cecelia 'Cis' Holland
- died 6 October 1967 aged 47
- buried Plot 18, Block 64
HEADSTONE READS
WINDLE
In loving memory of
BRYAN FRANCIS
died 6th Oct 1967 aged 47 years.
R.I.P.
and his loved wife Isobel Jessie (Bette)
Died 14th Feb 2011 Aged 92 years


CORNELIUS FRANCIS Windle (1897-1959)
- died 25 March 1969 aged 71
- buried Plot 42, Block 70
HEADSTONE READS
In loving remembrance of
CORNELIUS FRANCIS WINDLE
born 1897 - died 1969.
And his wife
IRENE ELIZABETH
born 1897 - died 1977. R.I.P.


DENIS PATRICK Windle (1882-1951)
- died 5 May 1951 aged 68
- buried Plot 45, Block 70
MEMORIAL READS
In loving remembrance of
DENIS PATRICK WINDLE who died 5th May 1951 aged 68 years.
Also his son 13960 PTE WILLIAM HENRY killed while prisoner of war 17th Aug 1942 aged 25 years.
And his wife
ELIZABETH who died 23rd May 1959 aged 77 years.
And their daughter EILEEN MARY SOPER who died 29th May 1967. R.I.P.


ELEANOR ANNE Windle (1950-1950)
- died 2 March 1950 aged 8 hours
- buried Plot 53, Block 106 ROM CATH
HEADSTONE READS


ELIZABETH Windle (1881-1959)
- died 23 May 1959 aged 77
- buried Plot 46, Block 70 ROM CATH
HEADSTONE READS
- see Denis Patrick Windle


HENRY Windle (1886-1969)
- died 11 March 1969 aged 82
- buried Plot 17, Block 64 RON CATH
HEADSTONE READS
Pray for the repose of the soul of
MARY CECELIA WINDLE 1889 - 1955
and her husband
HENRY WINDLE 1886 - 1969.
Also their daughter MARY CATHERINE TERESA 1924 . 1982. R.I.P.


HENRY MICHAEL Windle (1910-1962)
- died 17 September 1962 aged 52
- buried Plot 44, Block 70 ROM CATH
HEADSTONE READS (RSA)
2nd NZEF 17726 PTE H M WINDLE NZ Infantry died 17.9.1962 aged 52 years.


IRENE ELIZABETH Windle (1897-1977 nee DUNLEA)
- married Cornelius Francis Windle in 1924
- died 6 July 1977 aged 79
- buried Plot 43, Block 70
HEADSTONE READS
- see Cornelius


ISABEL JESSIE 'Bette' Windle (1918-2011)
- died 14 February 2011 aged 92
- buried Plot 18, Block 64 ROM CATH
HEADSTONE READS
- see Bryan Francis


JAMES NOEL 'Jimmy' Windle (1913-1968)
- son of Henry 'Harry' Windle & Mary Cecelia 'Cis' Holland
- died 4 May 1968 aged 54
- buried Plot 11, Block 117
HEADSTONE READS
WINDLE
pray for the repose of the soul of
JAMES NOEL
loved husband of
PHYLLIS WINDLE born 1913 died 1968.
and his wife
PHYLLIS LILLIAN
born 1911 - died 1996 R.I.P.


KEVIN JOSEPH 'Digger' Windle (1921-1970)
- son of Henry 'Harry' Windle & Mary Cecelia 'Cis' Holland
- died 10 March 1970 aged 48
- buried Plot 30, Block 69 ROM CATH
HEADSTONE READS
In fond remembrance of
KEVIN JOSEPH WINDLE
died 10th Mar 1970 aged 48 years.
Beloved husband of
EILEEN PATRICIA.
Also their infant daughter MARY. R.I.P.


MARY Windle (1861-1930)
- died 26 January 1930 aged 68
- buried Plot 11, Block 67 ROM CATH
HEADSTONE READS
Erected in loving memory of
MARY WINDLE who died at Gore 26th Jan 1929. R.I.P.


MARY Windle (1947-1947)
- died 18 October 1947 aged 1 hour
- buried Plot 30, Block 69
HEADSTONE READS
- see Kevin Joseph


MARY CATHERINE TERESA 'Molly' Windle (1924-1982)
- daughter of Henry 'Harry' Windle & Mary Cecelia 'Cis' Holland
- died 6 July 1982 aged 57
- buried Plot 17, Block 64 ROM CATH
HEADSTONE READS
- see Henry Windle (1886-1969)


MARY CECELIA Windle (1889-1955 nee HOLLAND)
- married Harry Windle jnr in 1912
- died 1 December 1955 aged 66
- buried Plot 17, Block 64
HEADSTONE READS
- see Henry Windle (1886-1969)


NOEL HENRY Windle (1942-1989)
- died 25 January 1989 aged 47
- buried Plot 10, Block 19 LAWN
HEADSTONE READS
In loving memory of
NOEL HENRY WINDLE
1942 1989. R.I.P


PHYLLIS LILLIAN Windle (1911-1996)
- died 5 November 1996 aged 85
- buried Plot 12, Block 117
HEADSTONE READS
- see James Noel


WILLIAM HENRY Windle (-1954)
- died 16 January 1954 aged 1 day
- buried Plot 53, Block 106 ROM CATH
- with Eleanor Anne


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... INVERCARGILL ...
MARION NORAH Windle (1904-1979)
- died 4 December 1979 aged 75
- buried Plot 24A, Block 1
HEADSTONE (& plaque) READS
Sacred heart of Jesus
Have mercy on the soul of
JOHN THOMAS
Beloved husband of Mary Tynan Qualter
Died 8th Jan 1941 aged 72 years
Also his wife
MARY TYNAN QUALTER
Died 14th Jan 1945 aged 75 years
And their son
THOMAS MICHAEL QUALTER
Died 11th Nov 1977 aged 70 years
R.I.P
In loving memory of
MARIAN NORAH WINDLE
Died Dec 4 1979 aged 75 years
NICHOLAS HENRY MICHAEL WINDLE
Died Sept 24 2005 aged 94 years


Sister MARY IMELDA Windle (1913-2011)
- died 4 May 2011 aged 97
- buried Plot 6, Block 1N
HEADSTONE (& plaque) READS
S. M. Imelda Windle O.P.
13.10.1913 - 4.5.2011 R.I.P

S. Frances Scully O.P.
11.11.1924 - 30.8.2011 R.I.P.


NICHOLAS HENRY MICHAEL Windle (1911-2005)
- died 24 September 2005 aged 94
- buried Plot 1, Block 24A
HEADSTONE (& plaque) READS
- see Marion Norah


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... RIVERSDALE, Southland ...
ALMA MAVIS Windle (1926-2011)
- died 29 January 2011 aged 84
- buried 13.00 Lawn Block I and 14


CATHERINE Windle (1895-1912)
- died 9 July 1912 aged 17
- buried 1.00 Block IV


CATHERINE Windle (1856-1924)
- died 31 July 1924 aged 68
- buried 1.00 Block IV


HENRY Windle (1850-1904)
- died 15 October 1904 aged 54
- buried 1.00 Block IV


JOHN Windle (1913-1919)
- died 14 April 1919 aged 6.3
- buried 5.00 Block IV


MARY ANN Windle (1890-1973 nee DOWLING)
- Mary Ann married Maurice Windle in 1916
- died 13 January 1973 aged 82
- buried 26.00 Block IV


MAURICE Windle (1889-1982)
- died 13 August 1982 aged 93
- buried 26.00 Block IV


MICHAEL Windle (1885-1907)
- lived in Longridge Village
- died 8 July 1907 aged 22
- buried 1.00 Block IV


NICHOLAS Windle (1891-1907)
- died 28 December 1907 aged 16
- buried 1.00 Block IV


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NOTES
* Henry 'Harry' Windle (jnr) was born 4 October 1886
- a son of Henry 'Harry' WINDLE (1850-1904) & Catherine 'Kate' O'CONNELL (1856-1924)
- Harry married Mary Cecelia 'Cis' HOLLAND in 1912
- they had 4 sons & 1 daughter (see burials above)
HARRY's CHILDREN (& of Cis Holland):
1913 - 1968 James Noel 'Jimmy' Windle
1916 - 1981 Henry Earl 'Harry' Windle
1920 - 1967 Bryan Francis Windle
1922 - 1970 Kevin Joseph 'Digger' Windle
1924 - 1982 Mary Catherine 'Molly' Windle

HARRY's SIBLINGS (children of Harry & Kate):
* 1879 - 1962 John Windle
- John married Rose HENRY in 1909
* 1880 - 1909 Mary Windle
- Mary married Daniel DALY/DALEY in 1904
* 1883 - 1951 Denis Patrick Windle
- Denis married Elizabeth COLLINS in 1908
- a son of Denis & Elizabeth, William Henry Windle, was killed 1942 while POW
* 1885 - 1907 Michael Windle
- Michael died aged 22
- his probate went to Mr Poppelwell?
* 1886 - 1969 Henry 'Harry' Windle
- married Mary Cecelia 'Cis' HOLLAND (1889-1955) in 1912
- daughter of James HOLLAND (1856-1920) & Mary MURPHY (1862-1935)
- sister of Patrick Sarsfield Holland who married Harry's sister Ellen
- he died 2 weeks before his brother Cornelius
* 1889 - 1982 Maurice Henry Windle
- Maurice married Mary Ann DOWLING in 1916
* 1891 - 1908 Nicholas Windle
- Nicholas died aged 16
* 1893 - 1982 Ellen Alice Windle
- Ellen married Patrick Sarsfield HOLLAND (1895-1951) in 1919
- son of James HOLLAND (Limerick-Gore) & Mary MURPHY (County Kerry-Gore)
- brother of Mary Cecelia who married Ellen's brother Harry
* 1895 - 1912 Catherine Windle
- Catherine died aged 17
* 1897 - 1969 Cornelius Francis Joseph Windle
- Cornelius married Irene Elizabeth DUNLEA in 1924
- he died 2 weeks after his brother Harry

They lived in Longridge Village and the children attended the Longridge Village School
Harry Windle (senior) was killed 15 Oct 1904 when, driving home from Riversdale, (12km) his horse bolted and he was pinned underneath the trap - his OBITUARY
... Mr HENRY WINDLE, LONGRIDGE VILLAGE - Very sincere regret was felt in the Riversdale district when the sad news was received that Mr H. Windle, a well known farmer at Longridge Village, met with a fatal accident on Saturday night... (more at above link)

* On 20 October 1882 at the weekly meeting of the Waste Lands Board, an application was made by Henry Windle to be allowed to transfer his portion of 214 acres in the Hokonui district, held on deferred payment by himseld and George Lynch, to the latter. Granted

* On 12 October 1888 among the many applicants for the sections of the 'Wendonside Blocks' was:
BLOCK VIII - Catherine Windle
SECTION 2, 200a 1r 11p, at 25s per acre - Henry Windle & Catherine Windle
SECTION 3, 138a 3r 23p, at 27s 6d per acre - Henry Windle & Catherine Windle

* On 2 May 1890, at the meeting of the householders of the Longridge Village, Henry Windle was elected the Secretary and Treasurer

* in May 1890 while fencing near the Waimea homestead, Henry Windle had a couple of fingers on his left hand crushed through their slipping on to the top of the stake just as his mate brought down the maul. The fleshy part of the fingers was almost reduced to pulp, but fortunately the bones were not broken

* in June 1891 a seven year old son of Henry Windle of Longridge Village (Denis Patrick) had one of his eyes seriously injured through a barbed wire loop on a gate rebounding and hitting him. It was feared that the eyesight would be affected

* On 31 May 1894 Henry sold Lot 6, 87 acres at Sandstone Ridge, for 8s 9d per acre

* On 12 April 1895 at the meeting at Invercargill of the Southland Land Board, Henry Windle's application to complete purchase of Section 613 at Hokonui, was granted

* In October 1898 Mr Walter Gee of Riversdale prepared a petition for signature amongst the settlers and croppers at Longridge Village asking the Railway Department to grant a goods-shed at the siding before next grain season. Mr Henry Windle took the petition in hand and secured a large number of signatures

on 7 June 1900 Messrs Wright, Stephenson, and Co, sold on account of the New Zealand Agricultural Company Ltd (in liguidation), allotment 9, block I, company's special survey, No 18, containing 239 acres 2 roods 17 perches to Henry Windle of Longridge Village

* On 11 August 1900 Henry Windle of Longridge Village, drew attention to the necessity of, and asked for, a cutting between section 1 and 9 on the Sandstone ridge a few chains from Mr Mcfarlane's place. Held over till member and engineer visit the locality

* On Wednesday 13th January 1904, a very pretty wedding took place at Mr Harry Windle's residence, Longridge Village, when his daughter Mary was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr D. Daley, of Maheno. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Keenan, of Riversdale. The bride, attended by her two sisters, was given away by her father, and looked charming in a dress of white silk and the orthodox wreath and veil. The bridesmaids wore dresses of white muslin over blue, and greenstone brooches, the gift of the bridegroom.
Mr J. Windle acted as best man. After the ceremony a very large number of guests sat down to an excellent breakfast, presided over by Rev Father Keenan who proposed the health of the bride and bridegroom in a few well chosen words.
Mr J. Kelly, of Riversdale, proposed the health of the bride's parents, and dwelt on the esteem in which Mr and Mrs Windle and family were held throught the district.
Several other guests also spoke in a similar strain.
Mr G. Stuart proposed the health of the bridesmaids, and Mr G. Butel that of the bridegroom's father, who was present.
Mr J. Macpherson proposed the health of the Rev Father Keenan.
At 2.30 the happy couple left for the railway station en route for the Lakes.
The wedding presents were both numerous and valuable and comprised several handsome cheques

* On Saturday 15 October 1904 Henry Windle, farmer of Longridge Village, was found dead on the Riverdale road, his cart being upset on him. It is surmised that his horse bolted and got one of its legs over a shaft, thereby upsetting the vehicle


* see also Harry Windle of Gore


PHOTO
HEADSTONE of HARRY & CISS Windle

at Gore Cemetery


WINDUS marriages New Zealand 1898 - 1922

known WINDUS marriages in New Zealand 1898 - 1922:


the WINDUS GROOMS

George Hunter Windus
- married Rose Ann McAlary in 1898

Ivan Maurice Windus
- married Mary ELizabeth Cameron in 1921

Leonard Valentine Windus
- married Madge Josephine McLean in 1920

Sidney Lackford Windus
- married Charlotte Mary Gray in 1906


the WINDUS BRIDES

Charlotte Catherine Windus
- married Francis Albert Cork in 1910

Florence Windus
- married Leonard Townley in 1906

Margarett Windus
- married Alexander Charles McKay in 1922

WINDUST marrages in New Zealand 1894 - 1924

the known WINDUST marrages in New Zealand between 1898 - 1922

Agnes Mercy Windust
- married Ernest HART in 1908

Annie Windust
- married William Thomas Henry SIMONS in Auckland 1898

Cornelius Windust
- married Patience Amelia YOUNG in 1894
their known children were:
1896 Miriam Amelia Windust
1901 Charles Noel Windust

Cornelius David Windust
- married Florence May COLHOUN in 1910
- he was a master builder in Whangarei

Henry Thomas Windust (1842-1916)
- married Mary Bridget FUREY 1874 in Greytown
their known children were:
1876 Mary Ellen Windust
1878 Annie Windust
1880 Charlotte Caroline Windust
1882 Henry Thomas Windust
1885 Nicholas Joseph Windust
1888 Elizabeth May Windust
1890 - 1890 Henry William Windust
- died aged 8 months, buried Mount Street Cemetery
- in 1887 he was living in Owen st, Newtown
- from 1889 - 1896 Henry rented a house in Wingfield street, Thorndon for 24 a year (an equivalent in 2010 to $4,218 or $81 a week)
- Henry was a Chimneysweep & Dustman living in Ghuznee St Wellington for a time (1888). He is buried in Karori

Maud Windust
- married James HARDIE in 1905

Miriam Amelia Windust
- born in Whangarei
- passed in four subjects for CLass C & D in her Teachers Exam in 1918
- married Arthur BOSWELL in 1922 in Auckland
- son of William BOSWELL & Elizabeth Sarah BRUNKARD

Wilfred Paul Windust
- married Doris Naomi VINCENT in 1924

WINSLADE marriages New Zealand 1865 - 1931

the known WINSLADE marriages


the WINSLADE GROOMS
Albert Winslade
- married Elsie Emily Jane WILSON (1907-1996) in 1929

Alfred James Samuel Winslade (1898-1980)
- married Mary BLACK in 1931

Ernest Winslade (1905-1994)
- married Audrey Marthea McQUADE (1908-1962) in 1928

George Arundel Winslade (1876-1918)
- married Mary Caroline TIDDY in 1898
- their known children:
1899 - John George Winslade
1900 - George Victor Roberts Winslade
1905 - Ernest Winslade
1906 - Albert Winslade
1907 - Doris Caroline WInslade
1909 - Minnie Caroline WInslade

Harold Edward Winslade (1905-1968)
- married Winnifride PENNINGTON (1907-1963) in 1928

Henry Isaac Winslade (1880-1965)
- married Frances Marie CRAWFORD (1890-1943) in 1911

James Alfred Winslade (1867-1940)
- married Julia Harriet DODD (1875-1945) in 1892 (possibly Dunedin)
- their known children:
1893 - Rosena Emma Winslade
1894 - Eva Julia WInslade
1898 - Alfred James Samuel Winslade
1903 - Albert Winslade

John Fredrick Winslade
- married Matareua PENE in 1904



the WINSLADE BRIDES

Amy Sophia Winslade (1876-1924)
- married Hans Peter Sjolander OLSON (1874-1939) in 1902
- 2 known children:
1903 - Linda Mina Olson
1904 - Gordon Harold Peter Sjolander Olson

Annie Elizabeth Winslade (1879-1937)
- married Robert Martell BLYTHE (1877-1956) in 1899
- their known children:
1900 - Dorothy Maude Cecil Blythe
1903 - William Robert Crichton Blythe
1904 - Martell Escott Blythe
1906 - Marie Malcolm Blythe
1907 - not recorded Blythe

Caroline Winslade
- married Henry HANSEN in 1893
- their known children:
1894 - Ethel Selina Hansen
1896 - Muriel Gulbransen Hansen
1898 - Henry Charles Hansen

Clara Winslade
- married Thomas MORTON in 1866 possibly in Wanganui
- only 2 daughters found at this time:
1867 - Alice Mary Morton
1870 - 1928 Florence 'Florrie" Emily Morton (died in a car accident Hawera)

Clara Emily Winslade
- married William JONES in 1894
- their known children:
1895 - William Cedric Vernon Jones
1898 - Mavis Laura Jones
1900 - Maud Escott Jones
1905 - Elsie Hazel Jones

Elizabeth Sophia Winslade
- married William SMITH in 1888
- their known children:
1890 - Rose Sophia Smith
1891 - William Henry SMith
1892 - Alfred George Smith
1895 - Edith Daisy Kezia Smith
1897 - Ruby Gertrude Smith
1904 - Thomas Marshall Smith

Emily Winslade
- married George RANGER in 1881
- 1 known child at this time:
1891 - May Catherine Ranger

Eva Julia Winslade (1895-1964)
- married Robert POTTS in 1916

Kezia Winslade
- married Jesse HOUNSOM (1866-1900) in 1887
- 2 known children:
1888 - Mabel Annie Houmsom
1896 - Violet Adelaide Hounsom

Maude Escott Winslade (1883-1936)
- married Robert Ernest BEADLE (1877-1949) in 1908

Rose Ann Winslade (1965-1952)
- married Frederick 'Fred' BENFELL (1862-1940) in 1884
- 2 known chidren:
1885 - Frederick Albert Benfell
1886 - William Arthur Benfell
1891 - Edward Walter Benfell

Selina Mary Winslade (1877-1919)
- married Alfred James Frederick BASSETT in 1903 in New Plymouth
- known children at this time:
1904 - Huia Adeline Mary Bassett
1906 - Veronica Maud Bassett
1909 - Mavis Evelyn Bassett

Sophia Winslade
- married Daniel HURLEY 5 July 1865 in Wanganui
- their known children, but gap from marriage to 1st child suggests others:
1876 - Sophia Hurley
1877 - William James Hurley
1879 - Daniel John Hurley
1881 - Edwin Morton Hurley
1882 - Henry Hurley
1887 - Ettie Mildred Hurley

Winifred Eliza Escott Winslade (1886-1929)
- married Arthur Augustus VAUGHAN (1886-1950) in 1916

Winter Henry FUSZARD - Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

Winter Henry Fuszard was born 1869 in St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands.

son of Robert Reuben Henry FUSZARD (1844-1921) & Mary Ann HAMMON (1845-?)
- Henry, (also known as Robert) left with his family from London on 21 October 1873, arriving at Hawkes Bay, New Zealand on 2 February 1874 on the QUEEN OF THE NORTH

the family was:
Henry Fuszard aged 27 - Shoemaker
Mary Ann aged 30 - his wife
and their children:
Albinia aged 6
Winter Henry aged 4
Edith aged 2
Rose aged 8 months

they had further children in New Zealand, possibly Hastings
1876 - Maude Fuszard
1881 - Florence Fuszar
1882 - Mabel Fuszard
1887 - Ruby Inez Fuszard


Winter Henry Fuszard was the only son
He married Elizabeth 'Eliza' BEALE on 21 Jauary 1892 at the Church of Epihany, Ormondville, Hawkes Bay
He was a Hotel Keeper in the Hawkes Bay

TIMELINE for Winter Fuszard:
25 November 1884 - Winter was a witness in the BURGLARY CASE in the Napier Resident Magistrates Court ... Winter Fuszard, billiard-marker, deposed to paassing Beck`s store about 4 o`clock on the morning of the 21st, on his way to do some gardening ... (read the case at the top link)

Thursday 21 January 1892 - MARRIAGE - at Church of Epihany, Ormondville, by Rev Canon WEBB, Winter, only son of Robert FUSZARD of Hastings to Elizabeth, second daughter of W. H. & Mary Ann BEALE

... On Thursday the many friends of Mr and Mrs Beale, of Ormondville, assembled in the Church of the Epiphany to witness the marriage of Miss Elizabeth Beale to Mr Winter Fuszard, of Hastings. The bride was becomingly dressed without any attempt at mere show, nor were the bridesmaids behind hand in the matter of dress. Canon Webb conducted the service, Mr W. H. Beale, the bride`s father, gave her away. Misses Ellen and Alice Tucker, Louise Groom, and Louise Beale acted s bridesmaids. After the ceremony the party met for luncheon at the residence of the bride`s parents and in the evening about 50 friends kept up the wedding in the Town Hall, dancing till about 2.30am on Friday, Mr Bealem junr., supplied the music
16 October 1893 - BIRTH - FUSZARD - on the 18th of October, at Hastings, the wife of Winter Fuszard of a son

Thursday 7 May 1896 - HASTINGS COURT - Winter ws a witness in the ASSAULT and ROBBERY Case ... Winter Fuszard, assistant at the Railway Hotel, remembered Prue being in the hotel on the 25th April, about 9pm ... (read the case at the top link)

24 December 1898 - CHRISTMAS - One of the most striking Christmas shows in town will be found in the window of the bottle and family department of Mr S. Charlton`s Criterion Hotel. Bottles containing liquors of every description and of many sizes and hues, are most artistically arranged, numerous brightly colored flags and oter ornaments are profusely and harmoniously sprinkled, and the whole effect is particularly and brilliantly pretty. The window was dressed by one of Mr Charlton`s assistants, Mr Winter Fuszard, and great credit is due to that gentleman for the skill and taste he has displayed

1908 - Mr. Winter H. Fuszard, proprietor of the Fernhill Hotel, was born in Jersey, Channel Islands, in the year 1869, and came to New Zealand as a child, with his parents, in the ship Queen of the North, landing in Napier. He was subsequently engaged for fifteen years in the Criterion Hotel, Napier, and gained further experience in the same lusiness in Hastings, before acquiring the Fernhill Hotel


known children of Winter & Eliza Fuszard:
1893 - 1917 Winter Arnold Fuszard
- DIED OF WOUNDS in France, WWI

1895 - 1987 Edith Mary Eliza Fuszard
- married William James DAVIDSON in 1922

1897 - ? Ivy Eveline Fuszard
- married Sydney Cyril WILMSHURST in 1919
- Sydney was a son of John William Wilmshurst & Jane Sophia Woolford
- and grandson of John Thomas Wilmshurst & Rachel Ann MUDGWAY

1899 - 1985 Ernest Henry Fuszard
- nothing known

1902 - ? Winifred Alexandra Fuszard
- married Mostyn Wilfred Gilmer ANDREWS in 1924
- son of David Andrews & Lillie Edith RHODES

1906 - 1991 Irene Fernhill Fuszard
- married George Reginald FERRIS in 1927
- a son of George Augustus Ferris & Thea Henrietta THORBJORGENSEN. (Thea's surname has been listed as Sutherland and Johnston. She was apparently a Johnston. In 1900 at the time she married George she was Thea Henrietta Sutherland, but on the death Certificate of his daughter, Myra Amelia Jane WINTER (Ferris), Thea's maiden name was said to be Thorbjorgensen)

1910 - Edna May Haley Fuszard
- nothing known

WINTERINGHAM on PECK of TAITA

the WINTERINGHAM on the tree as at 15 Oct 2010

1. Winteringham, Ann (1848 - 1915)
- married Richard Read WELCH 1866 in Taita

2. Winteringham, Edward
- married Mary Ann CLARK
- buried in Ohakune

3. Winteringham, Ellen (1847 - 1914)
- married William Duncan KIBBLEWHITE 1865 in Masterton

4. Winteringham, Emma
- married Richard KIBBLEWHITE in 1868

5. Winteringham, Joseph (1827 - 1911)
- married Colleen ?

6. Winteringham, Mary (1844 - 1919)
- married Robert MABEY 1865

WOLFENDEN marriages New Zealand 1878 - 1928

some WOLFENDEN marriages New Zealand 1878 - 1928:

the WOLFENDEN GROOMS

Edward Wolfenden
- married Annie McCRACKEN in 1912

Ernest Wolfenden
- married in Emily Maria SPOONER 1908

James Wolfenden
- married Selina JONES in 1878

John Thomas Wolfenden
- married Mary DENTITH in 1924

Joseph Wolfenden
- married Catherine MONK in 1882

Leslie Rothwell Wolfenden
- married Merena FLEMING in 1928

William Wolfenden
- married Eliza Ann TRUSCOTT in 1882


the WOLFENDEN BRIDES

Clara Wolfenden
- married Sidney Otto GILLARD in 1917

Isabella Wolfenden
- married Edward EASTON in 191

Lucy Wolfenden
- married Charles Sidney NEWTON in 1926

Mary Hannah Wolfenden
- married William George BURLEY in 1913

Nellie Wolfenden
- married Wilfred Allan POSTLEWAIGHT in 1918
- WILFRED ALLAN POSTLEWAIGHT was born July 18, 1900 in Auckland New Zealand, and died September 15, 1969 in Waikato Hospital Hamilton.
He married NELLIE WOLFENDEN August 15, 1918 in Auckland. She was born June 09, 1897 in Todmorten Yorkshire England, and died March 28, 1973 at home in Taupiri, Waikato

More About WILFRED ALLAN POSTLEWAIGHT:
Burial: September 18, 1969, Ngaruawahia Cemetery New Zealand

More About NELLIE WOLFENDEN:
Burial: April 01 1973, Ngaruawahia Cemetery

- Children of WILFRED POSTLEWAIGHT and NELLIE WOLFENDEN:

JANET LIALA 'JOYCE' Postlewaight
- born September 30 1918 in Auckland
- died in Tauranga

FREDERICK 'Fred' ALLAN BERNARD Postlewaight
- born July 16 1921 in Avondale Auckland
- died October 30 1994 in Waikato Hospital Hamilton

ROSLEEN 'FAYE' Postlewaight
- born October 1925

NELVA 'DAWN' Postlewaight
- born November 30 1933 in Tirohia Private Hospital Hamilton

Women of CAMBRIDGE Waikato - 1893 Electoral Roll

The following list of names was taken from:
Cambridge Women on 1893 Electoral Roll from the excellent site of the Cambridge Museum Archives, Waikato

Researched and written by ERIS PARKER
Ref: Cambridge Museum Archives
National Archives Wellington


New Zealand was the first self-governing country in history to give women the vote.
This was achieved only after a determined campaign which brought together women from all walks of life around the county in support of their rights.
Despite limited communication and the transportation difficulties of the 19th century, women organised a careful strategy of political action throughout the country. Their tactics included petitions, public meetings, new organisations, deputations to Parliament, resolutions to Members of Parliament, letters to newspapers and publications of pamphlets.
The Women's Christian Temperance Union saw this vote as a way for women to gain the power to protect their families from the evils of drink.

In 1893, 85% of women registered to vote and 65% of New Zealand women actually voted

Visit the above site as many of the Cambridge women have biographies

In Cambridge there were 225 women registered on the Electoral Roll:
D.D. - Domestic Duties
H.D. - House Duties

Florence Mary ALLWILL
D.D.

Maud Elizabeth ARCHER
Music Teacher

Rachel ARMER
D.D.

Margaret ARNOLD
D.D.

Bridget ATTY (nee BREEN)
D.D.
- married George William Atty in 1884

Isabella AYLWARD (nee McLEOD)
D.D.
- married William Aylward in 1886

Letitia Hilda Hamilton BACH (nee DICKSON)
D.D.
- married Arthur BACH in 1882

Henrietta BADHAM
D.D.

Ellen BEER
D.D.

Mary BEHERSING
D.D.

Matilda Adelaide BELL (nee HJORTH)
D.D.
- married Henry Bell in 1888

Ann BIRD
D.D.

Sarah BOND
D.D.

Eliza Ann BOOTH
D.D.

Jessie Robb BOOTH (nee FRENCH)
D.D.
- married George Booth in 1891

Louisa BOWLEY
D.D.

Sarah Jane BOYCE (nee BEAUMONT)
D.D.
- married Charles Boyce in 1878

Sophia BOYD (nee HEASLIP)
D.D.
- married John Boyd in 1878

Jane Disney BRAITHWAITE (1839-1926)
D.D.

Annie BREEN
D.D.

Jane Elizabeth BRENNAN (nee SMTH)
D.D.
- married Ambrose William Dounellan Brennan in 1879

Eliza BRINDLE (nee McCAIN)
D.D.
- married Henry Brindle in 188

Maria BROOKS
D.D.

Elizabeth BROWN
D.D.

Henrietta BROWNE
H.D.

Julia BROWNE
D.D.

Margaret BROWNE
D.D.

Catherine BRUCE
H.D.

Maria BRUNSKILL
D.D.

Annie Elizabeth BUTLER (nee MORGAN)
D.D.
- married Martin Butler in 1892

Laurie Annie BUTLER
D.D.

Margaret BUTLER
D.D.

Barbara CAMPBELL
D.D.

Grace Flora CAMPBELL
Hospital Nurse

Jessie CAMPBELL
Artist

Sarah CARE
D.D.

Blanche Eleanor CARNACHAN
Teacher
- married Philip James DUNLOP in 1929

Elizabeth CARNACHAN
Nurse

Jeannie CARNACHAN
Housekeeper

Elizabeth Victoria CLARK (nee GARLICK)
D.D.
- married George Edward Clark i 1867

Eliza CLEARY
D.D.

Kate CLEARY
D.D.

Hannah Elizabeth CLIFFEN
D.D.

Julia COLLINS
Nurse

Ann COWLING
D.D.

Mary Ellen COWLING
D.D.

Barbara CRAIG
D.D.

Mary CRICKETT
D.D.

Harriett CROUCH
D.D.

Rose Holliday CROUCH
D.D.

Anne Mary CUSHNEY
D.D.

Kate CUSSENS
D.D.

Eliza Janes DAVIES
H.D.

Clara Alice DAY
D.D.

Marion DAY
D.D.

Louisa DENTON
D.D.

Agnes Sibthorpe DICKINSON
D.D.

Emma Harriette DIXON
D.D.

Mary DONOVAN
D.D.

Margaret Mary DOUGHERTY
D.D.

Ellen Maud DOUGLAS
D.D.

Emily Charlotte DWYER
D.D.

Margaret DWYER
D.D.

Emily Charlotte DYER
D.D.

Jessie DYKES
Shop Assistant

Alice Heaton EVANS
D.D.

Matilda Annie EVANS
D.D.

Rachel EVANS
D.D.

Edith Marion EWEN
D.D.

Magaret Annie Cecil EWEN
D.D.

Maria B EWEN
D.D.

Mary Eliza EWEN
D.D.

Agnes FERGUSON
D.D.

Isabella FERGUSON
D.D.

Margaret Hugh FERGUSON
D.D.

Ellen FOGARTY
Dressmaker

Eleanor Mary FORREST
D.D.

Emma FORREST
Dressmaker

Sarah FORREST
D.D.

Ellen FRANCIS
D.D.

Jennie GEMMELL
D.D.

Elizabeth GERRISH
D.D.

Josephine GIFFNEY
Domestic Help

Ellen Vincent GOODWIN
D.D.

Jane GRIFFITHS
Cook

Annie GWYNNETH
Housekeeper

Elizabeth HALL
H.D.

Mary Ann HALL
D.D.

Elizabeth HALLY
H.D.

Jane HALLY
H.D.

Helen Mary HALLY
H.D.

Adelaide Susan HANLIN
D.D.

Ann HANNON
D.D.

Christina HARTLEY
D.D.

Sarah HEASLIP
D.D.

Eliza HEATH
D.D.

Janet HERIONS
Needlewoman

Kate HESTER
D.D.

Catherine HICKEY
D.D.

Emily Constance HILL
H.D.

Hannah Chaille HILL
H.D.

Emilie Charlotte HOWARD
D.D.

Louise Marianne HOWARD
Milliner

Deborah HUNT
D.D.

Mary De Vere HUNT
H.D.

Mary Ann JACKSON
Salvation Army

Mary Hannah KARL
D.D.

Anna KERR
D.D.

Mary KERR
D.D.

Annie KINCAID
D.D.

Jessie KIRKWOOD
D.D.

Alice KITE
H.D.

Martha Matilda KOHLEIS
D.D.

Jane Kirkland LAKE
D.D.

Grace LAMBE
D.D.

Elizabeth LODDER
H.D.

Eliza Sophia MACKY
D.D.

Emma MACKY
D.D.

Martha MADIGAN
D.D.

Elizabeth MAIN
D.D.

Kate MAIN
Housekeeper

Mary MAIN
D.D.

Jemima MANN
H.D.

Jane MARSHALL
Dressmaker

Elizabeth MARTYN
Farmer

Sarah MASTER
Dressmaker

Elizabeth MAXWELL
D.D.

Eliza MEDHURST
D.D.

Mary MEDHURST
Nurse

Mary Rebecca MERRICK
D.D.

Eliza Jane MILLAR
D.D.

Ellen MOORE
Domestic Servant

Ann MORSE
D.D.

Elizabeth MULLINS
D.D.

Elizabeth MUNRO
D.D.

Mary Theresa MURPHY
D.D.

Eliza McCOMISH
D.D.

Jane Eliza McCREA
D.D.

Wilhemina McCREA
D.D.

Sarah McCULLAGH
D.D.

Jane Eliza McDERMOTT
H.D.

Ellen McFARLANE
D.D.

Annie McMILLAN
D.D.

Caroline McMILLAN
D.D.

Margaret McVEAGH (Snr)
Dressmaker

Margaret McVEAGH (Jnr)
Dressmaker

Mary McVEAGH
Dressmaker

Elizabeth NEAL
D.D.

Mary Anne NIXON
H.D.

Georgina Disney O'HALLORAN
D.D.

Carolyn O'TOOLE
D.D.

Emma PASCOE
D.D.

Margaret PATON
D.D.

Annie PEIRCE
D.D.

Emma PEIRCE
D.D.

Sarah PEPPERCORN
H.D.

Mary Ann PICKERING
D.D.

Mary PILLING
H.D.

Amelia Elizabeth POPPLE
D.D.

Catherine Elizabeth PRIESTLEY
D.D.

Mary Helen PRIESTLEY
D.D.

Louisa REDGRAVE
D.D.

Alicia RICHARDS
Governess

Annie RICHARDS
Barmaid

Alice RILEY
Tailoress

Annie RILEY
D.D.

Margaret RILEY
D.D.

Lucy ROBERTS
D.D.

Annie ROBERTSON
D.D.

Cecilia Helen ROBERTSON
D.D.

Julia Mary ROWE
D.D.

Helen RUSSELL
Settler

Helen RUSSELL (Jnr)
D.D.

Emma Kate SANDERS
H.D.

Catherine Elizabeth SARGENT
H.D.

Edith SEDDON
D.D.

Sarah SELBY
H.D.

Catherine SELBY
H.D.

Sarah E SEMMENS
H.D.

Jessie SEYMOUR
D.D.

Eliza Matilda SHARP
D.D.

Alice SIMM
Grocer

Sarah SIMMONDS
D.D.

Jane F SINCLAIR
Teacher

Margaret SMITH
H.D.

Sarah Honeywood S.P. SOUTER (nee REID 1841-1913)
D.D.
- married William Burns Souter 9 April 1863

Hannah Maria SPONG (nee CURTIS)
H.D.
- married William Burgess Spong (1840-1906) in 1880

Maria STAFFORD
Laundress

Mary Ann STUART
H.D.

Miranda Sarah TAYLOR (nee WHEWELL)
H.D.
- married James Taylor in 1881

Arabella THOMAS
Housekeeper

Amelia THOMAS
D.D.

Katerina M THOMSON
Nurse

Gertrude THORNTON
D.D.

Sophia THORNTON
D.D.

Jane THORPE
D.D.

Ellen TICKLEPENNY
H.D.

Johanna TOOMEY
Waitress

Isabella Anna TURNER
D.D.

Elizabeth Clark WATT
D.D.

Ann WATTAM
D.D.

Mary Ann WATTAM
D.D.

Sybil Margaret WATTS
Housekeeper

Martha WAYMAN
D.D.

Eliza WEBBER
D.D.

Jane WELLS
D.D.

Mary Ellen WESTBY
D.D.

Anna Jane WILKINSON
D.D.

Mary Agnes WILLIS
H.D.

Ellen WILLSON
Music Teacher

Louisa Ada WILSON
H.H.

Sophia WILSON
H.H.

Sarah Jane YATES
D.D.

Emma Caroline YOUNG
D.D.

Hannah YOUNG
D.D.

Jane YOUNG
D.D.

Jessie YOUNG
Domestic Servant

Margaret Runciman YOUNG
Domestic Servant

Martha Matilda YOUNG
Dressmaker

Rebecca Craig YOUNG
D.D.

Wong ah Poo (APPO) Hoc Ting (HOCTON) - first Chinese immigrant to New Zealand

Appo Hocton was born in China, the son of Fook Ting and his wife, Pae See

He left China at about nine years of age and served on various English ships as a cabin-boy and a steward

Appo is 'famous' for being the first Chinese immigrant to New Zealand, arriving in Nelson on the 26th May 1842 on the immigrant ship THOMAS HARRISON where he was a ship's boy.
When the ship berthed in Nelson he and some other crew members jumped ship.
- he said one reason was the captain's refusal to supply soap with which to wash his clothes

He settled in Nelson, married twice and had children, with his descendants numbering over 1600 at the beginning of the millenium
He was a servant, a landlord, a carter, a farmer
By 1849 was working as a carter in Nelson, where he rented a one acre section with a cottage, barn and 10 cattle. Literate, astute and hard-working, he prospered in his business and in 1852 applied for naturalisation in order to acquire and lease real property, which as an alien he was not permitted to do...

Visit his grave at DOVEDALE cemetery, NELSON and read all his stories at the links