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The Curry family buried in the Old Gorge Cemetery to 2009:

Alice Ada Curry 1880-1939 aged 59

Archibald Bernard Curry 1917-1987 aged 70

Catherine Mary Hilda Ann Agnes Curry 1886-1951 aged 65

Elsie Isabel Curry 1900-1905 aged 5

Ethel Mary Curry 1901-1901 aged 4 days

Eva May Curry 1885-1957 aged 72

Gertrude Rose Curry 1893-1900 aged 7

Harriet Curry 1891-1891 aged 2 weeks

Harriet Curry 1856-1927 aged 71

James Curry 1853-1945 aged 92

John Curry 1836-1916 aged 80

Sarah Curry 1835-1928 aged 93

Victoria Gertrude Curry 1900-1900 aged 2 months

unknown baby Curry 1918-1918

William Curry 1869-1969 aged 100

The Currie family buried in the Old Gorge Cemetery are:

John Keith Currie 1902-1967 aged 65

Mary Ann Currie 1883-1962 aged 79

The CARRINGTON family buried WOODVILLE, New Zealand

There are 5 Carrington family buried at the Old Gorge Cemetery in Woodville, New Zealand

Can you please provide me with more information on them and their relationships to each other

PLOT 24 - BLOCK 22: Ira Galileo Carrington 1916-1938
- died aged 22

PLOT 25 - BLOCK 22: Gordon Peter Longden Carrington 1867-1948
- born Kensington, England
- married Elizabeth Bishop COLLIER in 1900
- they had a son, Lance Howarth Carrington in 1901
- Lance married Thelma Doreen DENTITH (1905-1962) in 1922
- Elizabeth Bishop Carrington died in 1903 aged 28
- Gordon next married Leah EADES (1887-1980) in 1906
- he died aged 80
- (thanks to Warwick for that info, see below)

PLOT 26 - BLOCK 22: Basil Promeshens Carrington 1908-1949
- son of Gordon & Leah above
- Basil died aged 41

PLOT 26 - BLOCK 22: Leah Carrington (nee EADES) 1888 - 1980
- wife of Gordon Peter Longden Carrington
- Leah died aged 92

PLOT 50 - BLOCK 14: Vivienne Iolanthe Carrington Aug 1918-Nov 1921
- Vivienne died aged 3

NOTE Gordon & Leah also had Inez Salome Carrington on 14th March 1909, died in 1999
- they have had others ... (see Warwick's note below)

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looking for info on ANNIE MARGARET CHEYNE - Woodville, New Zealand

There are 2 Cheynes buried in the Old Gorge Cemetery in Woodville

Ann Margaret Cheyne is the only one I have a very little info on
- she was born about 1878 and died 11th May 1947 aged 70.
She is buried in PLOT 3, BLOCK 20

The other is Christine D. Cheyne - born about 1847, died 23rd September 1934 aged 87, buried in PLOT 4, BLOCK 18

Any information on these 2 women (possibly mother and daughter) would be greatly appreciated - especially who were the men in their lives and what they were doing in Woodville

what happened to WILLIAM WARRAND CARLILE - Woodville, New Zealand

William Warrand Carlile married his cousin Julia Jane Begg, 4th daughter of 9 children of Agnes Warrand Wilson 1824 of Ireland and Samuel Begg 1812 of West Indies who arrived in New Zealand in 1860 and settled in Napier

William and Julia married in 1877 in Napier and did not have chldren

Julia drowned while bathing in the Mangaatua Creek on the 31st January 1891 aged 34, she is buried in the Old Gorge Cemetery, Woodville - read her story at the above link

On the 29th April 1892 William remarried in Featherston to Mabel Martin Monckton who was born about 1866, (one of 17 children of Frederick K Monckton and Ann Martin) she died aged 76 on the 11th January 1942 in Havelock North, Hawkes Bay (was living in Te Mata Road)

But I cannot find where or when William died
Can you please help ??

Charles EMPSON - Nelson New Zealand 1842

In 1849 the settlers of Nelson, New Zealand were dissatisfied at the way the country was being run by one man in distant Auckland. They wanted an immediate introduction of Representative Government into the Southern Settlements of New Zealand.
They therefore took up a petition to submit to Parliament.
It was signed by 392 of the local men

CHARLES EMPSON arrived into Wellington in May 1842 aged 22 (although I can't find him on the May 1842 passenger lists of the CLIFFORD or the LONDON)
- He married Louisa Howard in Nelson on 24-2-1852.

They had 7 children:

- Henry Fredric Empson 12-2-1853 who died aged 12 on 24-10-1865 from falling off his pony

- Charles Clendon Empson born 25-1-1855 in Nelson, married Adeline Young, died 5-8-1938 in Richmond

- Ellen Fanny Empson born 30-2-1856, married Francis Gould, son of a preacher

- George Augustus Empson born 14-3-1858 in Wairau, was chief postmaster in Havelock South, moved to Te Awamutu with his wife Jane Hughes where he died in 1944

- Stanley Howard Empson born 4-4-1860 in Wairau, he married Mary Catherine MacDonald in Auckland, he died in Ngaruawahia, Waikato 23-6-1937

- Annie Louise Empson born 2-6-1862 in Marlborough, she married John Morris Pratt in 1882. They moved to Holbrrok NSW where she died Nov. 1944

- Francis Slocombe Empson born 15-7-1864 in Marlborough, died 1903 aged 39.

Charles as owner, along with David Herd, as manager, planted the first Marlborough vineyard. Charles died soon after the first harvest but Herd went on to win prize after prize for the red muscatel wine. Charles great grandson, Neil Empson, settled in Italy and became a noted exporter of Italian wines.

Charles is on the 1852 Jurors list as a merchant living in Bridge Street
He is on the 1853 Nelson Electoral Roll as a 'merchant'

Can you help with a 'story' for any of the other petitioners who were settlers of Nelson in the early 1800s (see at link)

FOX at Christ Church Taita Cemetery

the surname FOX buried at the

Can you add stories or more information to them - where they came from, when, who they married, when they died etc ...

Alan Charles James FOX (1911-1980)
son of Charles James FOX & Helen Liddle EADE
husband of Janet Mary TREMBATH
- plot 184

Alfred William FOX (1898-1899)
son of James William FOX & Hannah Jane COTTLE
- plot 42

Charles James FOX (1880-1942)
son of James William FOX & Helen Burns TANNAHILL
married Helen Liddle Eade in Eltham, Taranaki
died 18 Oct 1942
- plot 42

George William FOX (1910-1975)
son of Charles James FOX & Helen Liddle EADE
husband of Edna Preston
died 6 July 1975
- plot 184

Helen Liddle FOX (1889-1956 nee Eade)
wife of Charles James Fox
- plot 42

Helen Burns FOX (1841-1914 nee Tannahill)
wife of James William Fox
died 7 Nov 1914 in Rongotea
- plot 184

James William FOX (1836-1884)
son of James Fox & Priscilla Percy of London
married Helen Burns Tannahill 25 March 1859 in Wellington
died 30 August 1884
- plot 42

Janet Mary FOX (1915-1992 nee Trembath)
- plot 184
wife of Alan Charles Fox

John William FOX (1836-1884)
born in Vauxhall, England
married Helen Burns Tannahill
- plot 42

Lydia Mary FOX (1866-1867)
daughter of James William Fox & Helen Burns Tannahill
- plot 42

Vivienne Claire FOX (1925-1997)
married Robert Charles Fox
- plot 184

see also Fox on Peck of Taita

KIWI memorial wall at WALTON and WEYBRIDGE, (Walton-on-Thames,)

The WALTON AND WEYBRIDGE (WALTON-ON-THAMES) cemetery adjoins St. Mary's Churchyard, Surry, England

The New Zealanders who are commemorated there are:

Private Montrose Arthur BAKER, 1895-1916 Gisborne

Colonel Charles Mackie BEGG, 1879-1919 Wellingtn

Volunteer Wilmet Annie BENNETT, 1886-1918 Masterton

Private Frederick Robert BLACK, 1881-1917

Rifleman Roland George BLINKO, 1886-1917 Hawkes Bay

Private John Lewis Boyd, ?-1932, Wharehungs, Waikato

Sergeant John Brian DALTON, 1880-1915 Hawera

Sapper Jack FLEMING, 1876-1915 Huntly or Auckland

Private William FOX, 1893-1915 Christchurch

Driver Alfred Henry HALL, 1884-1916 Napier

Private Kingi HAMANA, 1894-1916 Wairoa

Corporal Thomas Hennry HUDSON, 1895-1916 New Plymouth

Private William Orr McDIARMID, 1890-1916 Patea

Corporal Thomas Wallace PHILLIPS, 1895-1915 Cambridge

Private James Livingstone PORTER, 1891-1915 Dunedin

Private William Henry RISHWORTH, 1891-1915 Dunedin

Rifleman Edward ROUT, 1894-1915 Auckland

Gunner William Henry RUSSELL, 1876-1916 Lower Hutt

Private TAURA, 1894-1917 Cook Islands

Private Raniera WAIRAU, 1895-1916 Hawkes Bay

Captain Charles Kay WARD, 1885-1918 Wellington

PECK buried Mangatera DANNEVIRKE

A list of the PECK family that are buried at Mangatera cemetery.

Mangatera cemetery is situated near SH2 3km north of Dannevirke, Manawatu

Daniel Peck
- was born 12th October 1860 in Lower Hutt
- he died 30th July 1930
- he was the son of Richard and Elizabeth (nee Gaskin) Peck
originally from Kent, UK
- Daniel married Jane Sargent in 1891 at Wimbledon, Manawatu - 111km east of Palmerston North - he was 31 and she was 17
- They had 11 (known) children, 6 boys and 5 girls - you can see them on the link at his name.
- Daniel died 31 years before Jane. They are buried together in PLOT 10 - BLOCK ZD - SECTION: MAIN

Douglas Peck
- he was born in July 1929
- was 18 months old at death on 1st February 1931
- He is buried with Ellen Christina Peck (nee Kendrick) so she was possibly his mother
- He is buried in PLOT 33 - BLOCK AB - MAIN SECTION

Ellen Christina Peck (nee Kendrick)
- was the daughter of Charles Alfred Kendrick of Marton and
Henrietta Gilbert of Paraonui, Waikato
- She was born in Halcombe Manawatu - 32km NW of Palmerston North on the 25th April 1900
- She was married to Wilfred Norman Peck on the 18th October 1918 in Dannevirke
- She died 10 years after him on the 1st Febuary 1971 and is buried in the same plot as Douglas John Peck who died aged 18 months in 1931, so was possibly a son
- they are buried in PLOT 33 - BLOCK AB - MAIN SECTION
- Wilfred is buried in the RSA section of the cemetery

Ernest Seddon Sydney Peck
- was a son of Daniel and Jane (nee Sargent) Peck
- he was born in Dannevirke in 1907
- He married Margaret Taniora.
- He died 2 years before her on 25th March 1977 and they are buried together with Raymond Seddon Karauria Peck who died in 1999 aged 65, meaning a birth year of 1934, so he was possibly a son
- they are buried in PLOT 22 - BLOCK LM - MAIN SECTION

Francis Alfred Peck
- was born 1920
- he died May 28th 2002 in Dannevirke
- nothing is known at this time about Francis except he was a truck driver at some time in his life
- he is buried in PLOT 84 - BLOCK 23 RSA SECTION

George Peck
- was born in 1868
- he was the 6th of 10 children to Richard and Elizabeth (nee
Gaskin) Peck of Kent, UK
- he was a farmer in the Manawatu
- he never married
- he is buried in PLOT 26 - BLOCK P - MAIN SECTION

Jame Edward Peck
- was born on the 1st June 1963 in Dannevirke
- he died 12 hours later
- do not know who the parents were
- he is buried in PLOT 20 - BLOCK AG - MAIN SECTION

Jane (nee Sargent) Peck
- was born in Wimbleton, Manawatu - 111km E of Palmerston North
- She was the wife of Daniel Peck, also buried there
- She died 31 years after him in Napier. They are buried together in PLOT 10 - BLOCK ZD - SECTION: MAIN

Margaret (nee Taniora) Peck
- was born 1904
- she was the wife of Ernest Seddon Sydney Peck
- she died on July 2nd in Dannevirke and is buried with her husband in PLOT 10 - BLOCK ZD - SECTION: MAIN
- their son Raymond Seddon Karauria Peck is also buried there

Norman Charles Peck
- was born in 1931
- he died on May 22nd 1993
- he was a farmer in the area
- do not know at this time who his parents or siblings or wife and children were
- he is buried in PLOT 11 - BLOCK 18 - SECTION: RSA

Raymond Seddon Karauria Peck
- was born in 1934
- he was possibly a son of Ernest Seddon Peck and Margaret, nee Taniora
- At the time of death he was living at 301 Kini St, Flaxmere,
- He is buried with his parents who died in 1977 & 1979
- they are in PLOT 22 - BLOCK LM - SECTION MAIN

Wilfred Norman Peck
- was born in 1891 in Stoney Creek - 9km N of Palmerston North Manawatu
- he was the son of Charles and Atlantic English (nee Thomsen) Peck
- he was the great grandson of the pioneer Daniel Peck
- he was farming in Tiratu - 11km East of Dannevirke at the time of his death, 10 years before Ellen
- he served in WWI at the age of 24:
NEXT OF KIN - C. Peck (father) Matatera, Dannevirke, New Zealand
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Matatera, New Zealand
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Infantry Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 16th October 1914
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington, New Zealand
VESSEL - Limerick or Arawa
- he died on April 6th 1961
- he is buried in PLOT 125 - BLOCK RSA - SECTION: WWI

William Peck
- was born in 1906, a son of William "BILL" Peck of Lower Hutt and Minnie Sargent of Wimbledon, Manawatu
- he was a truck driver at some stage
- he was married to Laura Rose Jensen
- he died on Christmas Day 1942 in Napier aged 36
- he is buried in PLOT 30 - BLOCK ZL - SECTION: MAIN

unknown Peck
- no birth date
- is buried in PLOT 93 - BLOCK 3 - SECTION: STILLBORN

The MELLOW family at KAPONGA General Cemetery, SOUTH TARANAKI

The 13 children of Richard Thomas Best MELLOW & Hannah Maria EARP

The MELLOW family that are buried in Kaponga & Hawera Cemeteries, South Taranaki

Adrianne Kay Mellow
- buried Hawera General Methodist 25th July 1961 aged 3

Baldwen Mellow
- buried Kaponga General Methodist 28th May 1967 aged 85

Brian John Mellow
- buried Kaponga General Children 23rd December 1954 aged 1 day

Bryan Richard Mellow
- buried Kaponga General Presbyterian 29th January 1981 aged 46

Grace Elizabeth Mellow
- buried Kaponga General Anglican 24th July 1985 aged 93

Hannah Maria Mellow
- buried Kaponga General Methodist 1st March 1926 aged 73

Hector Thomas Earp Mellow
- buried Kaponga General Methodist 5th July 1958 aged 78

Lorna Majorie Mellow
- buried Hawera General Episcopalian 22nd August 2008 aged 91

Lyne Thomas Mellow
- buried Hawera General Episcopalian 8th Novmber 1931 aged 33

Lynette Karen Mellow
- buried Hawera General Methodist 25th July 1961 aged 6

Norman Clacie Mellow
- buried Hawera General Episcopalian 9th April 1986 aged 70

Phyllis Mabel Mellow
- buried Kaponga General Methodist 25th July 1961 aged 34

Richard Thomas Best Mellow
- buried Kaponga General Methodist 14th June 1923 aged 73

Robin Mellow
- buried Manaia Burial Old Lawn 23rd April 1956 aged 4 days

Roland Clacie Mellow
- buried Kaponga General Anglican 14th April 1952 aged 65

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The HAMBLING family at OLD GORGE cemetery WOODVILLE, New Zealand

CHARLES HAMBLING was born in 1836 in Salford, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire - 128km NW of London
- he married Ann Cummins Prattley in 1858 at the Parish Church Fifield Oxfordshire
- they emigrated to New Zealand
- they had 6 children (some born in England)
- Ann died in April 1884 and is buried in the Old Gorge Cemetery
- he next married Ann's sister Sarah Prattley, in October 1884 at Southam, Warwickshire, England
- they had 9 children in Woodville, New Zealand
- he died in 1904 aged 68 and is buried in the Old Gorge Cemetery, Woodville
- Sarah died in 1918 aged 67 and is buried in the Old Gorge Cemetery, Woodville

This is a list of the HAMBLINGS that are buried in the OLD GORGE CEMETERY in Woodville, Manawatu:

Ann Hambling
born 1858 - died December 12th 1903

Beatrice Clarissa Hambling
born September 1897 - died June 4th 1905

Charles Hambling
born 1836 - died September 29th 1904

Clara Elsie Hambling
born 1888 - died November 27th 1891

Eli Raymond Hambling
born April 25th 1888 - died May 14th 1893

Elsie May Hambling
born February 1894 - died September 20th 1894

George Hambling
born May 15th 1891 - died May 17th 1891

Lewis Percival Hambling
born December 1885 - died October 27th 1886

Ruby Ivy Hambling
born January 1893 - died February 20th 1894

Sarah Hambling
born 1850 - died August 4th 1917