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Augustine Warner I (1610-1674) and Warner Hall

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Augustine Warner I (1610-1674)


AUGUSTNE WARNER I was born on November 28, 1610 in Norwich, England. He was one of the first Virginia Immigrants to sail to the New World under Captain Adam Thouroughgood in 1628.

The Warner family settled along the Piankatank River.
As some of the Warners moved into Maryland, Augustine Warner I, who received the earliest known land grant in Gloucester in 1635, was most influential in establishing a Gloucester settlement, later to become Gloucester County by 1651.
Augustine's wife Mary TOWNLEY immigrated to Virginia in 1638 by The Charles River Company. As Augustine's acquisition of land increased, so did his political influence in the area. He became important in government and a man of respect in the county.

- In 1642 Augustine Warner's wife gave birth to their second child on July 3, Augustine II.

By the 1650's, Augustine Warner had acquired over one thousand acres through land grants spanning Virginia, it has been rumored that he was granted nearly 33,333 acres total throughout Gloucester County. This may have included land covering the entire North side of the Severn River, out to the Mobjack Bay Finally, he became politically influential. Captain Warner was a member of the King's Council of the Royal Governor of Virginia until his death. This included being Justice and Burgess of York and Gloucester Counties between 1652 and 1658. This enabled him to advise the Governor on many important matters. He was named Speaker of the House and known as Speaker Warner at this time. He became Captain of the Virginia Militia and received commission from the Governor "Gentlemen." He aided the Dutch with the attacks on the Virginia Fleet of Hampton Roads. Augustine Warner was also famous for giving handsome service of communion plate to Abingdon Parish as well. He was considered an important man of the county as "Mister" was a term of respect. "Ordinary people had no handle on their names."

Augustine Warner I is the great grandfather of

* GEORGE WASHNGTON (1732-1799),


as well as ancestor to

* ROBERT E. LEE (1807-1870),

* Captain MERIWETHER LEWIS (1774-1809)
and the

* Queen of England.

Warner Hall was built in 1674 on the land granted to Augustine Warner thirty plus years before. It was the first brick home built North of the York River, which included a brick stable with three chimneys, the only one in the history of Gloucester County. Warner Hall surpassed all other homes as a monument of extreme wealth and culture, as Gloucester County has always been distinguished in Virginia as the residence of a large number of families of wealth, education and good birth.
It was the home of George Washington's great grandfather, Augustine Warner I as well as his grandfather, Colonel Warner II. Betty Washington's husband, FIELDING LEWIS, was even born there.

Warner Hall is set on the northern shore of the Severn River. It reveals three centuries of architectural development on the site. Through its history several fires have damaged or destroyed the home. The first fire in 1841 destroyed the five room house and in 1845/49, the central part of the mansion burned down leaving only the two wings. These two fires were only a fraction of the amount of destruction that has happened to the house since it was first built. The house has been restored as closely as possible to the original structure and design.

The first house on the site was built in 1674, although there may have been a house or a wing on this site earlier in the 17th century; a later house was certainly built about 1740. The circa 1905 Colonial Revival core of the expansive dwelling is attached to two colonial wings, original free standing dependencies, that remain from an 18th century house which burned circa 1940. The 18th century west wing was enlarged and remodeled ca. 1840s probably to house the family after the center portion was destroyed by fire. It is likely that this section of Warner Hall occupies the site of the 18th century dwelling which burned. The center portion of Warner Hall is underpinned by brick and sits on a full basement, there are no basements under the wings. Four giant Ionic columns support the steep pediment. The three center bays are closed by Ionic pilasters. Greek Revival moldings are used almost exclusively throughout the structure. Laid entirely in Flemish bond, the wing was raised from its original 1-1/2 stories to two stories. The north door lost its transom during this enlargement to allow for the installation of the stair. A dwarf portico shields the center bay of the north elevation. The wing has a beveled water table, and the first floor windows are capped by gauged brick jack arches. Corbeled interior end chimneys (one original, one rebuilt) terminate the gable ends. A box cornice with returns and unmolded entablature runs the length of the north and south elevations. This single pile, center passage structure has retained much of its interior fabric. Interior walls are laid in English bond and were originally plastered. The studs with lath were probably added during the 1840s rebuilding. The center passage contains the open string, dog-leg stair which has a carved newel and handrail and two square balusters per tread. A three light transom caps the south door, and both the south and north doors are Colonial Revival replacements. Fireplace openings have been rebuilt to facilitate the installation of stoves.

Three dependencies of note, a smokehouse, dairy, and stable, are associated with Warner Hall. The 19th century smokehouse is laid in seven course American bond and is utilized for storage. Partially constructed of 18th century brick with shell mortar, the dairy shows evidence of 19th century rebuilding. Its small windows and spatial division indicate that it may have been used as a stable. The large 18th century brick stable was enlarged with a frame addition in 1903 designed by the Richmond firm Noland and Baskervill. Exterior walls of the original section are laid in Flemish bond, while interior walls are English bond. The windows were originally like those on the dairy. A beveled water table circles the structure. Notches in the plate evidence an addition, now removed.

Warner Hall remained in ownership of the Warner family and its descendants until the last century when another family bought it to preserve the old home. The land around Warner Hall today includes the house, three dependencies and a circa 1900 tenant house. The total acreage is approximately thirty eight acres.

Also adding to Warner Hall's historic interest is the potential archaeological significance of the site. Artifacts from the 17th and 18th centuries, if they are preserved on the property, could yield valuable information about the settlement and expansion of early Virginia as well as important clues to the cultural history of Warner Hall. In the vicinity of the present 20th century structure are possibly the remains of a mid 17th century house, a dwelling built by John Lewis in the 1690s, the house built by John Lewis II for Priscilla Carter Lewis in the mid 18th century, and subsequent buildings erected on the site during the 19th century. The grounds were tested for archaeological evidence by the Virginia Research Center for Archaeology in the spring of 1980, and various l8th century artifacts were unearthed. As of 1980, no full scale archaeological investigation has taken place.

Today Warner Hall with its magnificent center frame construction having columnar fronts toward the land approach and toward the Severn, and two brick wings stands as majestically as ever in its grove of centuries old trees.


Colonel Augustine WARNER II (1642-1681)

Colonel Augustine Warner II succeeded his father and became political friends with NATHANIEL BACON, who was educated at Oxford and a Barrister in London. Bacon staged the first actual American Revolution in 1676, as he organized an army of three hundred to four hundred pioneers to cope with the Indians North of the York River. He was involved in a private fur deal spanning the entire Virginia frontier. By the end of the decade, Bacon's troops had taken care of all the Indian tribes. They marched on Jamestown as Governor William Burkeley fled, and sailed to the Eastern Shore. Nathaniel Bacon and his troops soon set up their headquarters at Warner Hall after the burning of Jamestown in 1676. This Virginia Colony was in charge of matters North of the York to the Potomac River. Beyond the Potomac, lay the Maryland Colony. It was at Warner Hall, where he sent notices for the people to assemble to take the "Oath of Fidelity" of his fellow countrymen. Bacon contracted Malaria and died within a year his troops then fleeing the Colony.

Augustine Warner II inherited Warner Hall at the death of his father in 1674. He married MILDRED READE, the daughter of GEORGE READE, founder of Yorktown, and after her death, ELIZABETH MARTIAN.

Augustine II was speaker of the House of Burgesses during Bacon's Rebellion in 1676, and also was a member of the Council.

When Augustine Warner II died, he left three daughters his son dying June 19, 1681. Mary became the wife of JOHN SMITH, of Purton, on the York, and their son AUGUSTINE SMITH was said to have been one of the Knights of the Golden Horseshoe with Governor Spotswood, on his famous expedition across the Blue Ridge in 1716.

Mildred (1671-1701), another daughter of Augustine Warner II, married LAWRENCE WASHINGTON (1658-1689), of Westmoreland, and her second husband was GEORGE GALE, of Whitehaven, England, a prominent merchant who helped forge trade links between Whitehaven, England and Virginia
Her three Washington children were John, who built Highgate, Augustine, father of George Washington (first President of the United States), and Mildred. Augustine Washington married MARY HALL, and named his son George for his great grandfather, George Reade, who founded Yorktown.

Elizabeth, the third daughter of Augustine Warner II, became the wife of JOHN LEWIS and inherited Warner Hall. Their son, John Lewis II was a member of His Majesty's Council, and was prominent in the county. For generations the Lewises lived here, and members of the family emigrated to all parts of the United States. Their descendants built Belle Farm, Eagle Point, Abingdon, Severby, and Severn Hall, all in Virginia. Elizabeth and John Lewis I's grandson, Colonel Fielding Lewis, of Belle Farm, married CATHERIE WASHINGTON, and after her death married ELIZABETH WASHINGTON, also known as Betty, sister of George. He built beautiful Kenmore for her in Fredericksburg.


the WARNER HALL COLONIAL FAMILY CEMETERY

The walled family cemetery of the Warner and Lewis families is located on the Warner Hall property, southeast of Warner Hall. Access to the Graveyard is from the road North of Warner Hall and not from Warner Hall or the Driveway to Warner Hall located West of the Graveyard.
The cemetery is the final resting place for many of the Warner and Lewis family members. The family cemetery, is also the resting place for such well known ancestors of George Washington, Robert E. Lee, The Queen Mother of England, and Queen Elizabeth II.

Queen Elizabeth has visited Gloucester where she placed a wreath upon her ancestor's grave. The cemetery has thirteen graves and plaques in memory of all the family. The cemetery is owned and maintained by the Association for Preservation of Virginia Antiquities (A.P.V.A.). The A.P.V.A. acquired the cemetery at Warner Hall in 1903, since which time the Association's Gloucester Branch, now known as the Joseph Bryan Branch, has zealously maintained it.



There are thirteen graves in the Warner Hall Grave Yard. they are:
1 Mary Warner (believed to be Mary Towneley Warner), 1614 - 1662
2 Augustine Warner I, 1611 - 1674
3 Augustine Warner II, 1642 - 1681
4 Mildred Reade Warner (wife of Augustine Warner II), 1694
5 Augustine Warner III, 1666 - 1686
6 Elizabeth Warner Lewis (d/o Augustine Warner II w/o Col John Lewis), 1672 - 1719
7 Col John Lewis (s/o John & Isabella Lewis h/o Elizabeth Warner), 1669 - 1725
8 Mary Chiswell Lewis (d/o John & Elizabeth Randolph Chiswell w/o Warner Lewis II, 1748 - 1776
9 Warner Lewis II (s/o Warner Lewis I & Eleanor Bowles Gooch Lewis & grandson of Col John Lewis & Elizabeth Warner Lewis), 1747 - 1791
10 Juliana Clayton (d/o Dr. Thomas & Isabella Lewis Clayton), 1731 - 1734
11 Isabella Lewis Clayton (d/o Col John Lewis & Elizabeth Warner w/o Dr. Thomas Clayton), 1706/7 - 1742 (the dates 1706/7 is exactly what is engraved on her stone)
12 (Dr.) Thomas Clayton (h/o Isabella Lewis), 1701 - 1739
13 Caroline Lewis Barrett (d/o Warner Lewis II), 1783 - 1811

Text from a plaque (located on face of wall):

MILDRED WARNER

DAUGHTER OF
AUGUSTINE WARNER II
AND
MILDRED READE
MARRIED LAWRENCE WASHINGTON
GRANDMOTHER OF
GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON
DIED AT WHITEHAVEN, ENGLAND 1701
HER BODY RESTS IN
ST. NICHOLAS CHURCHYARD
WHITEHAVEN, ENGLAND

THIS TABLET PLACED IN
HER MEMORY
BY THE POCOHANTES CHAPTER
VIRGINIA SOCIETY
DAUGHTERS OF
THE AMERICAN COLONISTS
1960

the Historically Significant Descendants
of Augustine WARNER & Mary TOWNLEY

Warner Hall


GEDGE marriages New Zealand 1862 - 1931

some of the GEDGE marriages in New Zealand 1862 - 1931:

the GEDGE GROOMS

Arthur James Gedge
- married Bessie Astley in 1916

Cecil William Gedge
- married Ayleen Vera Boyd in 1925

Charles Frederick Gedge
- married Laura Theresa Jacobsen in 1909

Jones David Gedge
- married Margaret Cooper in 1884

Eric Francis Gedge
- married Sylvia Daphne Matthews in 1931

Mary Ann Corke Francis Gedge
- married in 1871

George William Gedge
- married Matilda Johns in 1886

Herbert Jensen Gedge
- married Ethel Eva Plews in 1918

John Henry Gedge
- married Bessie Beatrice Webster in 1911

John William Gedge
- married Gertrude Ellen Metcalfe in 1917

Thomas Stephen Gedge
- married Elizabeth Ellen Jackson in 1906

William Gedge
- married Catherine Williams in 1868


the GEDGE BRIDES

Ada Rose Gedge
- married Arthur Huelin Gaudin in 1926

Alice Elizabeth Gedge
- mmarried Robert Marcus Madill in 1906

Alice Mary Gedge
- married Richard Charmley in 1897

Ann Maria Gedge
- married James Brouse Gilberd in 1869

Barbara Eliza Gedge
- married Septimus John Metcalfe in 1903

Elizabeth Rachel Gedge
- marrie Joseph William Roberts in 1891

Ellen Elizabeth Gedge
- married Lars Larsen in 1889

Emma Rose Gedge
- married Percy Roy in 1908

Laura Alice Gedge
- married Andrew Charles Barry in 1919

Martha Laura Gedge
- married Joseph Ryan in 1902

Mary Jane Gedge
- married George Alderton in 1862

Myrtle Matilda Gedge
- married George Barry in 1921

Olive Gedge
- married Leonard Harry Voyle in 1927u

Violet Gedge
- married Jack Dent in 1927

BEETHAM marriages New Zealand 1858 - 1929

some BEETHAM marriages in New Zealand 1858 - 1929:

the BEETHAM GROOMS

Albert Beetham
- married Cicely Lefielliatre in 1858

Albert Beetham
- married Agnes Mary Hindmarsh Bolton in 1904

Albert Mayo Beetham
- married Flora Eliza Murchie in 1927

Attila Beetham
- married Estella Eugenia Innesin 1896

Clement Rice Beetham
- married Enid Theresa Prestidge in 1915

Harold Richmond Wardell Beetham
- married Muriel Edith Hindmarsh Bolton in 1911

Hugh Horsley Beetham
- married Ruth Bidwill in 1879

Montagu Beetham
- married Agnes Pattonin 1893

Montagu Beetham
- married Winifred Lena Mary Denyer in 1924

Montague Beetham
- married Pauline Mathias in 1928

Norman Beetham
- married Alice Wardell in 1881

Norman Trevor Beaumont Wardell Beetham
- married Ethel Sophia Hindmarsh Botton in 1902

Richard Beetham
- married ? in 1863

Richmond Beetham
- married Hilda Margrette Hamptonin 1911

Robert Roland Fred Beetham
- marriedAbigail Evelyn Thomas in 1929



the BEETHAM BRIDES

Agnes Mary Beetham
- married Edward Sidney Turner n 1927

Cicely Beetham
- married George Thomas Turnbull in 1918

Emily Beetham
- married Francis Hamilton Brown in 1892

Freda Beetham
- married James Henry Prestidge in 1921

Kate Beetham
- married George Turnbull in 1924

Kathleen Mayo Beetham
- married Stanley Owen Nicholas in 1926

Mary Margaret Beetham
- married James Nelson Williams in 1868

Myrtle Ruth Beetham
- married Charles Edward Claud Milner in 1919

Naomi Beetham
- married William Kirkpatrick Johnston in 1922

Olive Grey Beetham
- married Cecil Arthur Malcolm in 1927

Ruby Beetham
- married James George Moxham in 1922

Susannah Beetham
- married Cecil Augustus Fitzroy in 1878

Thysa Talavase Beetham
- married Marinduke Bethell in 1904

Weva Beatrice Richmond Beetham
- married Charles William Rene Nicholls-Broglie in 1913

Farmers in the WAIRARAPA - to May 1867

the following list was taken from Papers Past and appeared in the WELLINGTON INDEPENDENT 4 January 1868

The Wairarapa farmers and where their Run or Freehold was in 1867
A
A. K. ARNOT - Moroa
William ANKETELL - Masterton

B
B. BOYS - West Taratahi
William BICKNELL - Featherston
Thomas BENTON - Featherston
C. R. BIDWELL - Pihautea
Messrs BEETHAM - Wainuioru
P. BRANNIGAN - Moroa
Richard BARTON - White ROck
H. BURLING sen - Featherston
BLATCHFORD - Opaki
George BURNETT = Tiwiti
Alex BRUCE - Whareama
J. BENNETT - Otahuao
BUCK and KEMBLE - Puniti
Henry BUNNY - Featherston
WIlliam BRIGHTWELL - East Taratahi
H. BANNISTER - Masterton
H. BURLING jnr - Teramea
W. BENNETT - Masterton
H. BELLISS - Monga Pakaha
J. W. BENNINGTON - Masterton
H. BRAITWAITE - Tutu

C
H. CALLISTER - Carterton
Stephen CARKEEK - Featherston
Pierce COTTER - Moroa Plain
G. CHAMBERLAIN - Masterton
H. CRAYNE - Masterton
MILLER and CAMERON - Taueru
John CAMPBELL - Taratahi West
H. CAMPBELL - Opaki
D. CAMERON - Blairlogie
R. COLLINS - Te Ore Ore
Messrs CAMERON - Taratahi West
R. COCKBURN - Manaia
J. CRIPPS - Whareama

D
R. DONALD - Manaia
Messrs DORSET - Opaki
Philip DALE - Tauanui
H. DAGG - Masterton
C. DIXON - Masterton
R. DIXON - Carterton
R. DAYSH - Taratahi
W. L. DORSET - Opaki

E
B. EGLINTON - Kiriwai
R. EDWARDS - Taratahi
EVERETT, "Murch & Hales - Flat POint

F
R. FAIRBROTHER - Carterton
W. FLOOD - Carterton
W. FRANCIS - Taraahi West
I. E. FEATHERSTO - Akiteo

G
John GROVES - Flag Creek
A. GILLIES - Otarai
Thomas GUTHRIE - Castle Point
GILES and HART - Turanganui
W. GAWLER - West Taratahi
Alex GRANT - Tu Pura Pura

H
Messrs HOLLARD - Tauherenikau
W. HODDER - Featherston
Peter HUME - Tauanui
HAMI - Te Kopi
Anthony HARRIS - Gautotar
M. HIRSEHBERG - Greytown
HARVEY - Opaki
HUNT, BROWN - Masterton

I
ISIAH - Manaia

J
H. JACKSON - STONESTEAD
K. JACKSON - Taratahi
Hugh JACKSON - Featerston
J. JURY - Huangaroa

K
Joseph KELLY - Turanganui
R. KIBBLEWHITE - Masterton
George KING - Carterton
Thomas KEMPTON - Greytown
Messrs KNIGHT - Teramea

L
R. LANGDON - Whareama
W. L. LUCENA - Pigon Bush
Messrs LEECH - Whareama

M
A. McLEOD - Opaki
James McLEOD - Pahawa
W. McLEOD - Wakapuni
E. MEREDITH - Riversdale
MARTIN (A. BUNNY) - Taratahi
J. MATTHEWS - Opaki
Joseph MASTERS - Masterton
George MACE - Kaumingi
D. McLEAN - Akiteo
A. and A. McKENZIE - East Taratahi
John McKENZIE - East Taratahi
Mrs McKENZIE - Maserton
Angus McMASTERS - Te Pur Puru
Malcomb McLEOD - Opaki
H. MORRISON - Waihakaka
J. MOORE - Waikaraka
Messrs MAUNSELL - Tinui
J. MOLES - Greytown
C. MATTHEWS - Kiriwai
D. McLACHLAN - Springbank

N
James NICOL - Taueru
NICOL - Featherston
NOPERA - Long Bush

O
O'MERA - Ahairuhi
S. OATES - Eas Taratahi

P
PROUDFOOT - East Taratahi
P. B. PERRY - East Taratahi
William PARKER - Carterton
E. and C. PHARAZYA - Watarangi

R
Mrs REID - West Taratahi
John RUSSELL - Wangaimona
William ROSSITER - West Taratahi
ROKEL - Matahewi
John RICHARDSON - East Taratahi
John RAYNER - East Taratahi
ROE (J. MARTIN) - Moroa
REYNOLDS - West Taratahi
A. RENALL - Masterton
ROE - Tauherenikau
J. ROBIESON - Carterton
D, RIDDIFORD - Tawhiti

S
W. J. SAUNDERS - Whareama
R. SIMPSON - Otahuao
James SMITH - Wainuioru
REVANS and SMITH - Huangaroa
George SMITH - Pahawa
James STRANG - Tu Puru Puru
V. SMITH - Matakuna
J. SUTHERLAND - Matakuna
G. SMITH - Taueru
STOODLEY - East Taratahi

T
J. TOCKER - Tauherenikau
James TAVERNER - Masterton
T. W. TANKERSLEY - Opak

U
A. UDY - Moroa

V
S. VENNELL - Moroa
John VILE - Tu Pura Pura
C. A. VALLANCE - Kaumingi

W
James WILLSHIRE - TARATAHI
W. WELSH - Opaki
WILSON and NICHOLS - Dry River
C. WILSON - Taratahi West
N. WILSON - Taratahi West
W. WILSON - Taratahi West

PALMERSTON NORTH residents 1875

this list of the residents of Palmerston North, New Zealand was taken from the Wellington Almanack of 1875

ABRAHAMS Solomon, (1850-1932)
- storekeeper

ANDERSON, F
- settler

BALK, J
- Roadman

BURR, Amos (1821-1906)
- saw mill proprietor

BOCKNIG, (Bocking?) R
- shoemaker

BERGERSON, C A,
- wheelwright

BARTHOLEMEW, P,
- sawmill proprietor

BRENNAN, G
- farmer

BRIGHTWELL, E,
- storekeeper

BAKER, W.
- dairyman

CLARIDGE, R,
- settler

CUMMINGS, W
- farmer

CLARIDGE, RC,
- agent, BROGDEN & Sons

CARTER & THYNNE,
- contractors

DAVEY, J,
- carter

DILLON J,
- baker

DEARDS William, (1846-1925)
- accomodation house

DEADMAN W,
- bushman

DALRYMPLE S T.
- settler, MPC

DONNELLY,
- constable

FOWLER I,
- bushman

GIBAUT J D,
- farmer

GOODISON T,
- carter

GREEN, James,
- butcher

GRAMMAR A,
- settler

GRAMMAR Thomas,
- butcher

GRANT James,
- hotelkeeper

HUGHES, J,
- carpenter

JENSEN, F,
- surveyor

KNOTT, H,
- settler

KEELING R N,
- schoolmaster

LINTON J,
- collector Highway board

MARSH E
- carpenter

MACKAY J S,
- barrack master

McKENZIE James,
- farmer

McEWEN D,
- grazier

MASON P.
- millowner

MANSON B,
- settler

MEYRICK F,
- carpenter

MAXWELL P,
- government storekeeper

MARSHALL John,
- settler

McDONNALL W
- settler

MONRAD V,
- sheep farmer

MOFFIT J,
- butcher

McEWEN J
- cooper

NEILSEN Rev E,
- Scandinavian minister

NANNESTAD A,
- sawmill proprietor

O'MARA J,
- sawyer

OAKLEY, W
- settler

PORRITT, W,
- plumber

PECK, R
- mail carrier

PERRIN, J,
- builder

PHILLIPS, H,
- storekeeper

PALMERSON, Henry Seegers, (1844-1888)
- surveyor

RICHARDSON, George,
- shoemaker

RICHTER J,
- sawmill proprietor

RAYMOND T,
- carter

RUSH J ,
- settler

ROGERS S
- contractor

ROWE G,
- builder

STACE T
- farmer

STEWART A
- contractor

STEWART P,
- contractor

SLY, James Charlton (1832-1900)
- settler

SYMONS Thomas,
- store

SNELSON, George,
- registrar & postmaster

SEMPIKEN T,
- carpenter

SILBURY J
- carpenter

TAYLOR J,
- butcher

WAUGH W,
- farmer

WATERS, C.
- ferryman

WEST, Henry,
- carter

WALDEGRAVE J,
- Hotelkeeper

GAY marriages New Zealand 1861 - 1931

some of the GAY surname marriages New Zealand 1861 - 1931:

the GAY GROOMS

Albert Victor Gay
- married Annie Harriet Thomas in 1910

Alexander Castrol McLaren Gay
- married Margaret Ethel Levy in 1921

Alfred Gay
- married Amelia Matilda Osten in 1910

Andrew Gay
- married Mary WIlson in 1867

Andrew Edward Gay
- married Elby Flora Poyzer in 1904

Arthur Edward Gay
- married Maria Susan Andrews in 1892

Charles Alfred Gay
- married Florence Court in 1898

Charles Alfred Gay
- married Sarah Avison in 1900

Clarence Myrvin Gay
- married Jessie Kathleen Stuart in 1919

Edward John Gay
- married Elizabeth Ann Trevenna in 1894

Eric Vernon Gay
- married Ada Gertrude Lena Taylor in 1924

Francis Gay
- married Jane Eames in 1885

Francis Binning Gay
- married Ellen McLarren Maule in 1893

John Sterling Gay
- married Lora Alldridge Francis in 1919

George Frederick William Gay
- married Mary Corskie in 1900

George Peter Gay
- married Jane Beavers in 1901

George Peter Gay
- married Mary Beatte in 1922

George Peter Gay
- married Katie Irene Toomer in 1924

Harry Gay
- married Catherine Lundon in 1916

Henry Alfred Gay
- married Lillian Mary Apps in 1906

Herbert Gay
- married Mary Elizabeth Weir in 1903

Herbert George Gay
- married Doris Evelyn Jones in 1931

Herbert John Gay
- married Flora Evelyn Stewart in 1930

John Gay
- married Anne Foster in 1866

John Gay
- married Louisa Binning in 1868

John Fulton Gay
- married Edith Wooland in 1895

John Fulton Gay
- married Thelma Evelyn Humphrey in 1929

John Henry Gay
- married Letitia Isabella Busch in 1891

Leslie John Gay
- married Annie Florence Harris in 1918

Major James Gay
- married Sarah Ann Butterworth in 1864

Peter Gow Charles Gay
- married Leathem Hampton in 1928

Ronald Theodore Gay
- married Thelma Doris Hodgkinson in 1923

Royal Parmenas Gay
- married Eveline Veronica Weeber in 1928

Stanley Fredrick Gay
- married Audrey Jean Wilson in 1925

Stanley Philip Gay
- married Violet Mary Browne in 1927

Wilfrid James Gay
- married Ettie Elizabeth Sutton in 1920

William Gay Order
- married Margaret McMath in 1861

William Gay
- married Jessie Gow in 1866

William Gay
- married Maria Marrian Murphy in 1876

William Charles Thomas Gay
- married Mary Jane Hodge in 1901

William Joseph Gay
- married Mary Evelyn Frost in 1894


the GAY brides

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Te PUKE Bay of Plenty, New Zealand - BURIALS at OLD CEMETERY - W & Y names

... read PAGE ONE for the story on Te Puke


the following lists of burials at the Te Puke old cemetery were taken from the HEADSTONES (therefore, may not be comprehensive)

the origial list is from the site
TE PUKE OLD CEMETERY
______________________________________________________________________

A names ... B names ... C names ... D names ... E names

F names ... G names ... H names ... I & J names ... K names

L names ... M names ... N & O names ... P names

R names ... S names ... T names ... V names ... W & Y names
______________________________________________________________________

WAKEFORD Frank Thomas 01 Sep 1966
WAKEFORD Ilma Minnie 01 Sep1 966
WAKEFORD Lynn Ilma 18 Jan 1957

WALKER Albert 16 Jan 1968
WALKER Evelyn 17 Apr 1982
WALKER Geoffrey Ferrier 1994
WALKER Grace 08 Jul 1943
WALKER Ian Francis 13 Nov 2002
WALKER Jessie 27 Mar 1963
WALKER Joseph Huntly 17 Feb 1953
WALKER Kelvin Claude 01 Jul 1937
WALKER Marjorie Feodore 14 Jul 1977
WALKER Robert Huntly 30 Mar 1992
WALKER Thomas 09 Jul 1938
WALKER Wilhelmina 13 Jan 1939

WALLACE Gavin 28 Sep 1906

WALMSLEY Francis Joseph 10 Jan 1961

WARD Alfred 11 Jun 1964
WARD Annie Elizabeth 03 Feb 1943
WARD Ernest Henry 12 Jul 1983
WARD Eva Elizabeth 29 Sep 1972
WARD Fredrick 04 Oct 1953
WARD Grace Louisa 28 Mar 1945
WARD Henry 07 Oct 1941

WARE Elizabeth Grace 20 Nov 1926 aged 40
WARE Elizabeth Sophia 05 Apr 1919 agd 56
WARE Robert John 25 May 1912 aged 55

WASHER Arthur Derek 07 Feb 1951

WATCHORN Flora 18 Mar 1947
WATCHORN Kenneth 31 Jul 1976

WATKINS Alba Maria 02 Mar 1961
WATKINS Frances Hope 29 Sep 1949
WATKINS Hubert Richard 26 Mar 1952

WATSON Agatha Alethea 25 Dec 1950 aged 99
WATSON Alexander Richardson 17 Feb 1959 aged 78
WATSON Arnold Henfrey 21 Jan 1960 aged 77
WATSON Christine 17 Dec 1958 aged 74
WATSON Colin William 31 Dec 1930 aged 20
WATSON Eva Winifred 24 Aug 1975 aged 85
WATSON Frances Mary Anne 22 Aug 1955 aged 76
WATSON Francis Edward 27 Oct 1930 aged 74
WATSON George Francis Dumeresq 'Eric' 03 Jan 1965 aged 85
WATSON Norman Alexander Vingoe 02 Jul 1928 aged 2
WATSON Thomas Arthur Spencer 24 Dec 1916 aged 31

WEBBER Edward Octavius 'Occy' 12 Aug 1963 aged 60
WEBBER Ellen Ruth Jean 19 Aug 2002 aged 92
WEBBER George William (Trooper) 19 Nov 1967 aged 50
WEBBER Henry 25 Sep 1925 aged 77
WEBBER Marion 23 Jun 1950

WELLINGTON Addie 28 May 1915
WELLINGTON Mary Jane Arthur 24 Mar 1917 aged 62
WELLINGTON William 19 Jul 1926
WELLINGTON William Wallis 07 May 1918

WESTON Ernest Edward 10 Nov 1951
WESTON George 13 Nov 1915
WESTON Harriet 02 Jul 1917

WHITE Albert Tikitu 'Albie' 14 Oct 1953

WHITEHEAD Charles Henry 19 Dec 1956
WHITEHEAD Dora Ashby 09 Dec 1981

WHITTAKER George Herbert - 1990 aged 85
WHITTAKER Tuihana - nothig known

WHYMAN Josephine 02Feb1961

WIGHTMORE Mary 08Sep1949

WILKINS C V 10 Mar 1969
WILKINS Edwin Harold 28 Nov 1956 aged 73
WILKINS Florence Amelia 22 May 1964
WILKINS Hugh Benjamin 18 Jun 1965
WILKINS Joseph 04 Sep 1968 aged 86
WILKINS Marcus Austin 03 Apr 1964
WILKINS Margaret Ann 06 Feb 1921
WILKINS Mary Aileen 20 Dec 1961
WILKINS Thelma Veronica 07 Sep 1947
WILKINS Thomas Owen 23 May 1958
WILKINS Urania Miriam 29 Nov 1988

WILLERS Margaret Sarah 20 Dec 1963
WILLERS Percy Robert William 09 Apr 1979

WILLIAMS Alma Lucy 06 Dec 1975
WILLIAMS Elizabeth Johanna 29 Apr 1920
WILLIAMS Ellen Mary 08 Dec 1916
WILLIAMS Harry Augustus 25 Mar 1964 aged 83
WILLIAMS James Gilberd 26 Apr 1914
WILLIAMS John Joseph 1988
WILLIAMS John Watling 17 Mar 1955
WILLIAMS Joseph Michael 1989
WILLIAMS Joseph Rice 1938
WILLIAMS Mary 1961
WILLIAMS Patricia Mary 07 Mar 1962
WILLIAMS Richard H 27 Mar 1917
WILLIAMS Richard Rice 08 Mar 1935

WILLIS Deborah Susanne 15 Oct 1969
WILLIS Richard John 28 Dec 1950
WILLIS Shona Ann 27 Jun 1968

WILLS Harriet 22 Oct 1929 aged 60
WILLS John Desert 08 Sep 1963 aged 76
WILLS Thomas Wilce 21 Feb 1934 aged 78

WILSON Anne Farquar 05 Dec 1964
WILSON Cecil Robert "Jim" 11 Jul 1997
WILSON David Nicol 18 Jul 1962
WILSON Dorothy 23 Mar 1959
WILSON Robert Curran 23 Feb 1961
WILSON Robert Stanley 03 Feb 1949

WILSONE Beryl Edwina 13 May 1956
WILSONE Thomas Herbert 11 Mar 1936

WILTON Fanny Witty 05 Feb 1958

WINDLE John Henry 10 Dec 1954

WINTERS Kathleen Ann 29 Jul 1982
WINTERS Sydney Ernest 08 Oct 1967

WISEMAN Graham 11 Mar 1963

WITHEROW Frederick William 09 Nov 1917 aged 50
WITHEROW Jean Mildred 18 Oct 1977
WITHEROW Jemima 15 Jun 1920 aged 78
WITHEROW John Alexader Montrose 17 May 1937 aged 71
WITHEROW Joseph 28 Aug 1908
WITHEROW Mildred 07 Mar 1963
WITHEROW Thomas Ernest 29 Jun 1940 aged 69

WITHERS Helen 13 Jul 1965

WOLDIKE Harriet 23 Jan 1938

WOOD Cecil Walter 12 Apr 1945
WOOD Edith Jane 17 Oct 1959
WOOD Alfred Eric 26 Dec 1953
WOOD Alice 10 Jan 1963

WOODS Jane Napier 23 Jun 1962

WOOLLEY Ernest Arthur 19 Oct 1945

WRIGHT Alfred Cyril 29 Sep 1951
WRIGHT Charles Edward 1926
WRIGHT Walter Steven 29 Nov 1952

WRIGLEY John Dale 29 May 1886
WRIGLEY Martha 06 Dec 1956
WRIGLEY Thomas Dale 07 Feb 1930

WYLLIE Ivy Kathleen 31 Mar 1995
WYLLIE Percy Ernest (Tug) 05 Aug 1959
WYLLIE Thomas Stanley 27 Oct 1946

YOUNG Amy Ellen 11 Feb 1953
YOUNG John (Hone) 14 Oct 1945
YOUNG Peter 12 Jul 1952
YOUNG William Robert 08 Aug 1957

Te PUKE Bay of Plenty, New Zealand - BURIALS at OLD CEMETERY - V names

... read PAGE ONE for the story on Te Puke


the following lists of burials at the Te Puke old cemetery were taken from the HEADSTONES (therefore, may not be comprehensive)

the origial list is from the site
TE PUKE OLD CEMETERY
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A names ... B names ... C names ... D names ... E names

F names ... G names ... H names ... I & J names ... K names

L names ... M names ... N & O names ... P names

R names ... S names ... T names ... V names ... W & Y names
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VALLANCE Eleanor Agnes 14 Oct 1965 aged 83
VALLANCE Esther 1921 aged 76
VALLANCE Hugh 1928 aged 88
VALLANCE William 08 Nov 1925 aged 46

VANCE Walkington 21 Jan 1925 aged 24

VERCOE Amelia 11 May 1921 aged 83
VERCOE Charles Wrothesley Russell 07 Dec 1938 aged 68
VERCOE Georgina Laidlaw 'Gee' 14 Nov 1925 agd 43
VERCOE Henry Albert 1944 aged 83
VERCOE Henry Walter 04 Nov 1919 aged 84
VERCOE Hilda May 19 Jun 1977 aged 66
VERCOE Ida May/Mabel 28 Feb 1966 aged 74
VERCOE John 26 Oct 1967 aged 56
VERCOE Julia Maud 1945 aged 81
VERCOE Lionel Edward 10 Nov 1913 aged 14
VERCOE Mary Cover 20 Aug 1892 aged 71
VERCOE Muriel Patricia 29 Apr 1952 aged 76
VERCOE Sarah Esther 'Ettie' 21 Jul 1911
VERCOE Stafford Henry 23 Feb 1916 aged 19

VEYSEY Charles Oliver 30 Aug 1918
VEYSEY Telford Charles 24 Jul 1926

VILE Thomas Rayner 06 Aug 1941

VOLKERINE Emil Brian 18 Sep 1969

VOWLES Amy Anna 06 Jun 1964
VOWLES Charles James 15 Jun 1970