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John 'Robert' RANSOM was born 1 Dec 1823 in Lawshall, Suffolk, England. Like his father he was a Wheelwright. He married Harriet Lucy SOWERBY (1831-1897) in St Giles, London 9 Oct 1849. John and Harriet sailed for NZ from London on 12 Aug 1852 on the CORNWALL
They had 9 known children (8 around Wellington)
1851-1905 ... 1 Vincent Christopherson Ransom
- born 1851 in Camdentown, London, Middelsex
married Mary Ann KNIGHT (1852-1950) in 1875 Lower Hutt
they had 11 known children
- Vincent died 20 Oct 1905 in Levin
1853-1942 ... 2 Florence Jane 'Florrie' Ransom
- born 1853 in Lower Hutt
married William Henry FRETHEY (1841-1889) in 1887 in Lower Hutt
married Reverend John Wesley WORBOYS 1902 in Wellington
(William first married Eleanor Isaac 1852-1885)
- Florrie died 1942 in Wellington
1855-1951 ... 3 Harriet Lucy RANSOM
- born 25 Nov 1855 in Lower Hutt
married George Henry MUNT (1856-1928) in 1878
they had 4 known children
- Harriet died 15 June 1951 in Wellington
1857-1945 ... 4 William Sowerby 'Willie' Ransom
- born 1857
married Clarissa Sarah Mary HART (1854-1944) in 1884 in Auckland
they had 2 known children
- William died 19 Aug 1945 in Pahiatua
1860-1942 ... 5 Evelyn Mildred 'Evy' Ransom
- born 18 June 1860 in Lower Hutt
married Alexander McCULLOCH (1857-1907) in 1882
they had 6 known children
- Evelyn died 21 Dec 1942 in Palmerston North
1863-1895 ... 6 Susanna Mabel Ransom
- born 25 July 1863 in Lower Hutt
married John McCulloch in 1885
- no known children
married William Humphries in 1892
- 1 son, George William McCulloch, born 23 June 1895
- Susanna died 17 July 1895 aged 31
1865-1884 ... 7 Reginald John 'Reg' Ransom
- born 11 July 1865 in Sanson
- Reg died 8 Nov 1884 aged 19, accidentally killed while felling trees on brother Vincent's farm at Rongotea
1868-1943 ... 8 (Sir) Ethelbert Alfred RANSOM, KCMG (1868-1943), Mayor of Dannevirke
- born 19 March 1868 in Lower Hutt
married (Lady) Antonette Katinka SONDERGAARD (1872-1952) in 1889 in Palmerston North
they had 5 known children
* Antoinette was born in Bogø, Praestro, Denmark to Hans Petersen & Karen Kirstine Sondregaard/Hansen
- Ethelbert died 22 May 1943 in Dannevirke
1873-1954 ... 9 Marion Catherine 'May' Ransom
- born 23 April 1873 in Lower Hutt
married Charles Henry WORBOYS in 1901 in Palmerston North
they had 7 known children
- Marion died 2 March 1954 in Wellington
John Robert Ransom died 15 Oct 1894 aged 70 in Lower Hutt
Harriett Lucy Ransom died 18 Sep 1897 aged 66 in Lower Hutt
they are buried St James Churchyard
John Robert Ransom
There are 26 people with the surname INKPEN buried in the Karrakatta Cemetery in Perth, West Australia
ALMA SYLVIA 1903 - 1986
AMY FRANCES 1870 - 1940
ANNIE EVA 1869 - 1932
AVON CYRIL 1903 - 1970
DORA ELIZABETH 1906 - 1982
EILEEN VICTORIA 1900 - 1972
ELSIE 1883 - 1969
EMILY died aged 27
ERIC PINCOMBE 1902 - 1980
FRANK JULIUS 1873 - 1955
GEORGE EDWARDS 1867 - 1932
GRACE ELEANOR 1882 - 1968
JACK BADEN 1900 - 1997
LAWRENCE HENRY 1878 - 1960
Louisa Inkpen 19-6-1826 - 3-8-1906
- nee Strickland of Westminster, Greater London
- married William Inkpen in 1850 in WA
- where is William buried ?
- her parents were Robert Henry Strickland and Mary Farell
- she had a brother David Strickland, 1818 London - 1898 Ashburton, Canternury
- he moved to New Zealand
- he married Harriet Baldick in Blenheim in 1848
MARGARET ISABEL 1937 - 2001
MATILDA FRANCES 1843 - 1934
MOLLIE VERONICA 1919 - 2002
PAMELA KATHLEEN 1923 - 2003
RHODA MYRTLE 1888 - 1969
ROY 1891 - 1953
SARAH ELLEN 1901 - 1973
SYLVIA PEARL 1909 - 1992
THELMA 1896 - 1976
WALTER 1874 - 1949
WESLEY CARTER 1879 - 1939
John CUDBY (1801-1861)
- was born in Stoke by Clare, Suffolk, England
he married on 3 September 1825, at East Hornden, Essex to:
Henrietta CLAMPIN (1803-1880)
- Henrietta was born in Mount Bures, Suffolk, England
JOHN & HENRIETTA had 12 children:
* 1826 - 1918 William Cudby
* 1828 - 1907 George Cudby
? 1830 - 1920 JOHN FRANCIS Cudby
* 1831 - Sarah Cudby
* 1832 - 1904 Henry Cudby
* 1834 - 1908 Thomas Cudby
? 1835 - 1914 CHARLES Cudby (b.27th Dec)
* 1839 - Sarah Ann Cudby
* 1841 - Emma Winifred Cudby
* 1844 - 1859 Elizabeth Cudby
* 1847 - 1847 Ann Cudby (aged 11 days)
* 1850 - Frederick Cudby
JOHN and CHARLES emigrated to New Zealand
? CHARLES CUDBY married in England and went out to Sydney with his young wife, on the ship ?Matoka,? in 1856 when he was 20
After a short stay he CAME to Wellington by the ?William and Alfred,? arriving on the 1st of May 1857.
A sawyer by trade he found work at the Lower Hutt till 1863, when he settled at the Upper Hutt, finding employment in his own line for many years.
Having leased a section of forty-four acres, he cleared the bush and erected a comfortable dwelling, which was specially notable by its tastefully laid out garden in front with well kept ornamental trees and pretty box borders.
For about 15 years he conducted a growing trade as a builder and undertaker.
Charles joined the order of Odd-fellows in 1857, soon after his arrival.
For several years he served as a member of the Upper Hutt School Committee.
CHARLES CUDBY married ELIZABETH PAYNE (1837-1885)
- they had 15 children in Upper & Lower Hutt:
* 1857 - 1959 Emma Jane Cudby
* 1858 - 1928 Frederick William Cudby
* 1861 - 1943 John Walter Cudby
* 1861 - 1932 Louisa Frances Cudby
* 1863 - 1915 Elizabeth Cudby
* 1865 - 1942 Charles Cudby
* 1867 - 1854 Alfred Cudby
* 1869 - 1964 Eliza Cudby
* 1871 - 1917 Mary Philomena Cudby
* 1873 - 1949 Agnes Cudby
* 1874 - 1940 Henry Herbert Cudby
* 1876 - 1967 Arthur Joseph Cudby
* 1877 - 1963 Thomas James Cudby
* 1880 - 1949 William George Cudby
* 1882 - 1947 Herbert Edward Cudby
? JOHN CUDBY emigrated on the 'Thomas Sparks' at the age of 13, leaving London on 27 November 1842 and arriving in Port Nicholson (Wellington) on 31 January 1843.
He was, at the time, the servant of the Honourable Henry William Petre and his wife Eleanor (their son Frank William PETRE was the architect for St Joseph's Cathedral)
John lost an arm when his gun accidentally exploded
He was a teenager when he was involved in the fight at Boulcott's farm and is mentioned in "The New Zealand Wars: A History of he Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period. Volume 1: 1845-1864
- from which I have taken the following:
... A little later that morning John Cudby, then a youth of seventeen, who was engaged in carting commissariat from Wellington to the troops at Boulcott`s Farm (for Mr. W. B. Rhodes, the contractor for supplying rations), harnessed up in the yard of the ?Aglionby Arms,? Burcham`s Hotel, near the bridge stockade, and drove out into the bush for the front, unaware of the fight which had just been waged a short two miles away.
In this duty it was the practice of Cudby and the other carters to bring out their loads along the beach road as far as Burcham's in the afternoon, stay there that night, and go on to Boulcott's Farm on the Taita in the morning. Cudby had previously had the protection of an escort of fifteen men under a non-commissioned officer, but, to use his own words, ?the poor fellows at the stockade were worked to death, and so I said I`d do without them in the future.?
His sole companion henceforth was a clerk, the military issuer.
A double-barrel gun loaded with slugs was carried in the cart, but it never became necessary to use it. (This gun was the means of depriving Cudby of his left arm a few months later in Wellington; one of the barrels accidentally exploded, the charge shattering the lad`s hand and necessitating amputation of the arm at the elbow.)
The carter and his companion were in the middle of the bush, jolting over the boggy ?corduroy? patches of road, when they were met by two men in a cart driving furiously from the camp. One of them shouted: ?Go back boy, go back! The Maoris (sic) have attacked the camp!?
But Cudby did not turn his team. ?I dursen`t go back,? he cried in his broad English dialect, ?I dursen`t go back; I`ve got the rations to deliver.?
The two carters whipped up their horse and hurried on toward Fort Richmond, while Cudby, in fear every moment of receiving a volley from ambush in the dark timber that almost overhung him, but resolved to fulfil his duty, drove on to Boulcott`s. When he arrived at the camp he saw laid out in the barn six dead bodies, the soldiers who had fallen; one of them was Bugler Allen, whom he knew. It was Cudby who, later in the day, took the bodies in his cart to a spot on the river-bank where they were temporarily buried ? a place since washed away by floods.
JOHN CUDBY married JANE NICOL/NICHOL
- they had 9 children
* 1851 - 1923 James Cudby
* 1854 - 1908 William Cudby
* 1856 - 1942 Charles Cudby
- Charles married Emma McIntosh in Lower Hutt 1882
- daughter of John McIntosh of Falkirk Scotland and Arabella Firth of Mirfield Leeds
* 1858 - 1941 Emma Frances Cudby
- Emma married Joseph Frederick FLEET in 1884 (1 known child)
* 1860 - 1946 Henry Cudby
* 1862 - 1934 George Cudby
- George married Jane MUIRHEAD in 1896 (3 known children)
* 1864 - 1955 Henrietta Cudby
- Henrietta married James TURNER in 1890 (2 known children)
* 1868 - 1936 Walter Thomas Cudby
* 1870 - 1958 Ada Winifred Cudby
- Ada married Edward Dowling DUNNE in 1898 (5 known children)
NOTE George & Walter Thomas Cudby were Livery and Bait Stable Proprietors and Contractors, near the Railway Station, Lower Hutt. "Coaches run daily to and from Taita to meet all trains arriving at the Hutt. Buggies, carriages, and saddle horses are supplied as required to picnic and other parties. Mr. George Cudby?an enthusiastic sportsman?conducts visitors on game intent to the best places for fishing and shooting in the district. The firm undertakes contracts for earthwork and construction, and supplies materials for building foundations to many of the leading contractors of the Empire City."
Maria Ann Wyeth (1844-1920)
was the 3rd of 12 children of Robert WYETH & Jane RUNNALLS
MARIA married Isaac SYKES 8 Oct 1865 St James Church, Lower Hutt
they had 3 known children
1866 - 1866 Annie Maria Jane Sykes
* Annie died aged 3 months in Lower Hutt & buried at Taita
1867 - 1957 George Robert Sykes
* George married Esther Elizabeth Bishop MURRAY (1873-1946) in Masterton in 1893
their known children
1894 - 1911 Cyril George Orlando Sykes
* Cyril was killed in WWI at Chunuk Bar, Gallipoli
1895 - 1973 Oswald Lincoln 'Ossie' Sykes
* Oswald married Ray Kathleen Holder in Wanganui 1923
1897 - 1981 Victor Lawrence Sykes
* Victor died in Nelson
1901 - 1976 Edith Ethela Sykes
* Edith married Percy Thomas Driver in Masterton 1925
1908 - 2007 Philip Howard Sykes
* Philip married Joan Alice Thama Anderson (1911-2003) in London. They both died in Perth, Scotland
1911 - 1988 Esther Elizabeth Sykes
* Esther married Clifton Thomas Nalder in Nelson in 1951
ESTHER died 1 April 1946 in Braeburn, Nelson
GEORGE died 23 March 1957 in Masterton and is buried in his families plot at Christ Church Taita
1869 - 1932 Isaac Skyes
* Isaac married Selina Matilda Maud CHAMBERLAIN 31 Dec 1890 in Masterton
Wairarapa Daily Times, 7 Jan 1891
SYKES-CHAMBERLAIN - On Dec 31, '90, at the residence of the bride's father, Isaac Sykes, Fernridge, to Selina M. Chamberlain, second daughter of Giles E. Chamberlain, Upper Plain, Masterton
their only child
1892 - 1970 Isaac Giles Sykes
Evening Post, 1 Aug 1932
SYKES - On 31st July, 1932, at 39 The Rigi, Northland, Wellington, Isaac Sykes, late of Masterton; aged 63 years. The death of Mr Isaac Sykes, a former well-known resident of Masterton and secretary of the Masterton A and P Association in 1900-1902, occurred in Wellington on Sunday. Some years ago he left Masterton to reside in the city. The deceased was a brother of Mr F. R. Sykes, M.P.M and leaves a son, Mr I. G. Sykes, of Masterton
ISAAC Sykes snr died 6 years after their marriage
Wellington Independent, 18 April 1871
SYKES - At the Upper Hutt, on Saturday, the 15th instant, Mr Isaac Sykes, after a long and painful illness, aged 27 years, leaving a wife and two children to lament his loss
He is buried in a family plot in the Christ Church Taita Cemetery.
MARIA Sykes became a widow at 27. She remarried 7 years later to Orlando GORRINGE (1832-1888)
- see the helpful comments below
Orland Gorringe was born in Ore, a village of the urban area of the town and borough of Hastings in East Sussex, England. He emigrated with his parents and siblings into NSW on 26 Sep 1838 on the 'Palmyra'. He arrived in NZ in 1861
* they were married 8 March 1878 in Masterton, Wairarapa
* they farmed at Fernridge (5km west of town, up Upper Plain Road)
their known children
1879 - 1904 Ada Jane Gorringe
* Ada died aged 25 and is buried with her parents in Masterton
1885 - 1955 Henry Horace 'Harry' Gorringe
* Harry married Lavinia Letey 'Dolly' FOGDEN (1886-1977) in Wellington in 1911
their known children
1912 - 2002 Raymond Orlando Gorringe
* Ray was born in Masterton. He married Margaret Isabella McCallum (1926-1999) in Gisborne 1 Dec 1951 and had 2 children
1915 - 2011 Erl Francis Gorringe
* Erl married ? Russell and had 2 children
1920 - 2000 Olga Beryl Gorringe
* Olga married William 'Neil' Alexander McKay (1921-2005) of Martinborough in Lansdowne 1 July 1944
ORLANDO Gorringe died 12 Dec 1888 aged 56 in Fernridge
MARIA Gorringe died 20 July 1920 aged 76 in Masterton
* They are buried together Plot 4, Row Mag, Area Plan V Archer St Cemetery
Robert WYETH was born in Jamaica, West Indies
He arrived in Port Nicholson (now Wellington) on the 3rd January 1840, sailing on the CUBA having left Deal, England on the 2nd August 1839 - a journey of 154 days.
All the passengers were men, any wives following in the next ship.
He married Jane RUNNALLS in April 1840 in Petone, 8 months after his arrival in the colony.
She was born in 1816 in Bodmin, Cornwall, UK - not known when or who with, she emigrated to New Zealand but it would have been only months before her wedding.
(Her sister Sarch Runnalls also emigrated and had emigrated with her husband Thomas Poad)
Robert and Jane had at least 12 children:
William George Wyeth 1841 Wellington area - 1916 Masterton - he married Mary HORSFALL
Charles Wyeth 1842 Wellington area - 1928 Invercargill
- he married Elizabeth Ann Shirreffs
Maria Ann Wyeth 1844 Wellingtn area - 1920 Masterton
- she married Isaac Sykes 1843 Hutt Valley - 1871 in Hutt River
- he was 27 with 3 small children when he drowned he is buried in
Christ Church Taita Cemetery
- she remarried in 1877 to Orlando Gorringe
Sarah Jane Wyeth 1847 Wellington area - 1930 Masterton
- she married Walter Harris
Thomas Wyeth 1849 Wellington area - 1940 in Masterton
Mary Wyeth 1851 Wellington area - 1852
unnamed baby Wyeth 1853 - 1853
Joseph Wyeth 1854 Wellington area - 1902
Elizabeth Ann Wyeth 1856 Hutt Valley - 1921 Masterton
John Wyeth 1858 Stokes Valley - 1942 Palmerston North
Mary Ellen Wyeth 1861 Stokes Valley - 1951 Masterton
- she married John Linoln Murray
unnamed baby Wyeth 1864 - 1864
John Grout DENBY (1832-1904) was born in Chigwell, Essex, UK
- he married
Mary Agnes ROBINSON (1830-?) OF Kendal, Cumbria UK
they had a son, John Grout Denby in June 1856. They boarded the ship KENILWORTH (Captain James Thorn, commander), in London arriving in Auckland 4 May 1857 (thanks to Tupela, see comments)
John & Mary had another 8 known children in New Zealand, one of whom was:
Walter Henry DENBY in 1873 in the Wairarapa, possibly Masterton (now questionable-possible his parents were still in Auckland)
Walter Henry Denby married Eterina Mary POWER in Masterton.
- 8th of 16 children of James Hamish POWER & Louisa Fanny Pane WRIGHT
- granddaughter of Thomas POWER & Rahapa Te HAUATA
Walter & Eterina had 6 (known) children before he was killed in action on the 15th September 1916 in Somme, France at the age of 43
1904 - 1977 Walter James Denby
- Walter married Nina Mary BLAKE (1907-1986) in Greytown 1928
- daughter of Charles Richard BLAKE & Elizabeth SUNNEX of Carterton
1906 - 1964 Albert Charles Denby
- Albert married Edith Lillian WELLINGTON about 1929
- daughter of Foster WELLINGTON & Lilian Beatrice OLIVER of Masterton
- her ashes are buried in Masterton Cemetery
1907 - 1982 Eterina Lillian Denby
- Eterina married Cecil Roy PYCROFT in 1926
- son of Henry PYCROFT & Ada SWINDELL of Wellington
- Eterina & Cecil are buried in Hawera
1910 - 1955 John William Denby
- John married Rena Rainsford Jessie HATTON (1909-1967) in 1933
- daughter of Douglas Llewellyn HATTON & Margaret Swinton DICKSON (married Milburn)
- John & Rena were cremated at Kelvin Grove
1911 - 1979 Hilary Thomas 'Tom' Denby
- Tom married Vena Joyce PECK 16 December 1939 in Taita
- daughter of Samuel PECK & Edith WHITE of Taita
- she was a daughter of Samuel Peck and Edith White
- granddaughter of Samuel PECK (1850-1931) & Frances STENT (1857-1938)
- Tom & Vena are buried in Rotorua
1915 - 1915 Bride Trenthamine 'Ina' Denby
- Ina died aged 2 months & is buried in Masterton
Walter's widow Eterina remarried in 1921 to Sydney Reginald HARRIS
- Sydney was born 1892 in Masterton and died 1961 in Masterton
- he was one of 15 children of Walter Harris and Sarah Jane Wyeth
- Walter was one of 13 children to Abraham HARRIS & Sophia HARRIS, early pioneers of Taita
- Sydney 1st married Fanny Sutherland. She died in 1918 aged 31, in Masterton
Eterina and Sydney Harris had 3 (known) children:
1923 - Bruce Campbell Harris - married Helen LOPER
1926 - 1952 David Trevor Harris
1928 - Alisha June Harris - married David Watchman POTANGAROA (1927-1992)
- buried at Masterton
Sergeant Walter Henry Denby
William Wadman was born in Hosington, Somersetshire, England in 1532
In 1841, 309 years later, his gggggg granddaughter
Caroline Wadman emigrated to New Zealand with her husband John Hooper...
William's Wadman's (1532) son Virgill Wadman was born in 1564
- he married Mary Perratt
their son Robert Wadman was born in 1601
- he married Agnes Pluckett
their son Robert Wadman was born in 1628
- he married Margaret Lambert
their son Robert Wadman was born in 1681
- he married Mary King
their son Martin Wadman was born in 1707
- he married Grace ?
their daughter Martha Wadman was born in 1731
- she married Martin Wadman
their son George Wadman was born in 1759
- he married Jane Kiddle
their son William Wadman was born in 1784
- he married Elizabeth Shepherd
their daughter CAROLINE WADMAN was born in 1815
- she married John Hooper as his 2nd wife
In 1841, with the 4 children from his first marriage and 2 of their own children, they sailed on the ARAB to New Zealand.
Caroline gave birth to Elizabeth at sea, the baby died during the voyage as did 14 year old Sarah Hooper from John's first marriage.
Caroline had a total of 13 children
- John's first child was born in 1826 when he was 21
- his 18th child was born in 1859 when he was 54
All his (known) children were:
Sarah Hooper 1827 - 1841 at sea
Robert Hooper 1829 - 1831 in England
Eliza Hooper 1832 - 1912 in Canterbury
- married George Whiteman in Taita, New Zealand
- she left George and lived with Stephen Avery for a time
(read Francesu's comment below)
Caroline Hooper 1834 - 1875 in Lower Hutt
- married Charles Henry Ashton
Robert Hooper 1837 - 1932 in Upper Hutt
- married Emily Rebecca Louisa Fellingham
William Wadman Hooper 1839 - 1869 in Taita
- married Susannah Hirst in Taita
- he is buried in Plot 9 at Christ Church Taita cemetery - as are others of this family
Elizabeth Wadman Hooper 1841 - 1841 at sea
Mary Jane Wadman Hooper 1843 - 1866 in Taita
Emma Wadman Hooper 1844 - 1932
- married John Eaton
Selina Ann Wadman Hooper 1847 - 1918 in Sanson
- married John William Hirst
- his brother George married Selina's sister Elizabeth
- Thomas, a son of Selina & John, married Minnie Gertrude Wall, a daughter of Selina's sister Mary Wadman
Elizabeth Wadman Hooper 1849 - 1923 in Pahiatua
- married George Henry Hirst
- his brother John married Elizabeth's sister Selina
Samuel Wadman Hooper 1850 - 1850
Ellen Wadman Hooper 1850 - 1873
- married Benjamin Rayner in 1869
- he remarried in 1874 to Alice Perkins
- they had 4 (known) children up to 1880
- he died in the 1906 Great Eathquake of Los Angeles
Harriett Wadman Hooper 1851 - 1854 in Taita
Mary Wadman Hooper 1855 - 1932 in Hastings
- married Joseph Wall
Harry Wadman Hooper 1856 - 1871
George Wadman Hooper 1857 - 1941 in Taita
- married Eliza King
Henry Richard Wadman Hooper 1859 - 1871 in Taita
One of the 'priorities', it seems, of the early settler to Wellington, New Zealand was to establish drinking establishments to quench the thirst of the weary traveller
Before 1900, considering the *population of Wellington pre 1900, there were MANY hotels, rooming house, doss houses etc
*During the last half of the 19th century Wellington grew rapidly.
In 1867 there were 7,460 residents.
By 1899 Wellington became a city with a population of 49,344.
I would like to reference these hotels with owners from the settlers of Wellington pre 1900
I would like you to help build the page - do you know of anyone who had one of the hotels below ? - An ancestor perhaps?
Do you know of other hotels pre 1900 Wellington not on the list ?
They would have changed hands a number of times, maybe you can add other proprietors ...
WELLINGTON NZ HOTELS - pre 1900
Some of the owners so far are highlighted below
Charles William Hensman BOULD was born in 1873.
He was a son of Thomas Bould and Georgina Saunders.
He served in the Boer War and in WWI.
He had been married for just 3 months when he was killed in action on the Somme, France
He married Emma May Trezise 28th December 1915 in St Marks Church Wellington.
Emma remarried to William Russell
Who was Emma Trezise?
Looking for the burial places of Thomas & Martha (nee Piggot) OSBORNE descendants - Wairarapa, New Zealand
Thomas Osborne was born in Stafford, Essex, England in 1818 he died in Carterton, Wairarapa New Zealand in 1914.
He married Martha Piggott in Whitechapel, London in 1844.
She was born in Cambrdigeshire Uk in 1815 and died in Carterton, Wairarapa, New Zealand in 1897.
Thomas Osborne in Beckenham Kent in 1844
- he married Janet Belemore Harris in 1868, Auckland
He died 1936 in Browns Bay, Auckland
- where is he buried ?
George Osborne in Beckenham Kent in 1875
- he maried Mary Aldred
He died 1880 in Remuera Auckland
- where is he buried ?
John Osborne in Beckenham Kent in 1847
He died after 1914
- who did he marry ?
- where is he buried ?
Charles Osborne in Croydon, Sussex in 1848
He died in 1884 in Masterton
- who did he marry ?
- where is he buried ?
William Osborne in Clapton, Middlesex in 1850
- he married Caroline ATWOOD in Wellington in 1875
- her parents were settlers of Nelson
- she died 1897 in Bunnythorpe & buried Terrace End
- she was previously married to Harry James BASLEIGH
William later married Martha Ann MITCHELL in Napier in 1903
- she died 1920 & is buried in Feilding
- where is William buried ?
Caroline Osborne in Clapton, Middlesex in 1851
- she married John James HARP
- he died aged 35 in 1883
- she married Thomas ROBERTS in 1899
- he died 1908
She died in 1924
- where is she buried ?
Alfred Osborne in Clapton, Middlesex in 1853
- he married Charlotte ROBERTS in 1888 (possibly a sister of Thomas above
He died 1933
- where is he buried ?
Eliza Osborne in Clapton, Middlesex in 1856
- she married Samuel Charles CLARE in 1879
- where and when did he die ?
She died in 1918
- where is she buried ?
Maria Osborne in Auckland, New Zealand
- she married James George DAGG in Masterton in 1882 - he was born in Mullingar, County Westmeat, Ireland in 1854
- he died in Masterton in 1935 - he is buried in Masterton
They had at least 5 children, all born in Masterton
-- Robert David Dagg 1884 - died 1909 in Masterton
-- Daisy Dagg 1886 married Francis Edwin TRUSCOTT
--- they are buried in Masterton
-- Violet Irene Dagg in 1887 died ?
-- James George Dagg in 1896 married Annie Constance KERR
-- Henry Wilson Dagg in 1899 married Martha Burgess ROSS
--- they are buried in Masterton
Who were James Dagg's parents ?