ngairedith on FamilyTreeCircles - journals

ngairedith on Family Tree Circles

sort: Date Alphabetical
view: full | list

Journals and Posts

VIDULICH marriages New Zealand 1887 - 1931

the known VIDULICH marriages in New Zealand 1887 - 1931


Antonio Vidulich (1861-1950)
- married Annie HANHAM (1874-1954) in 1895
- Antonio was a Fisherman
- he was issued his Naturalisation in September 1902
- the children of Antonio & Annie
- Antonio died 28 April 1950 aged 89
- he is buried PLOT 201 B - SECTION ROM CATH2 at Karori Wellington
- Annie died 8 June 1954 aged 80
- she was cremated at Karori

Antonio Vidulich
- married Doris Anne Eilleen SMITH in November 1925
- they were then in Island Bay, Wellington
- Doris was granted a Decree Nisi in Sydney Australia in April 1940 from Antonio for desertion

Ivan Campbell Vidulich
- married Grace McQueen Te Miha in 193

John Vidulich (1849-1935)
- married Ann Jane CAMPBELL (1866-1925) in 1887
- the children of John & Ann Jane

William Vidulich (1892-1969)
- married Martha KELSO (1893-1937) in 1923


Florence Delia May Vidulich (1897-1961)
- married Peter Smith WATTERS (1894-1955) in 1921
- Peter served in WWI as Rifleman 55122, with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, Reinforcements, J Company. He embarked from Wellington 16 July 1917. His next of kin was his mother: Mrs E.S. Watters, 42 Marine Road, Port Bannatyne, Isle of Bute, Scotland

Lilian Jane Vidulich
- married Andrew Anderson KAYES (1903-1966) in 1921

VIGGERS - Eketahuna, New Zealand

Ralph VIGGERS was born in Eketahuna, New Zealand on 1st March 1910

Ralph's father was:
- Charles was born in Carlton, Victoria, Australia
- he was a son of Charles Percival VIGGERS (1853-1888) & Annie Rebecca HEATH (1851-1902), both from England, who settled in Australia and had 7 children
- In 1917 Percy was on the WWI South Taranaki Reservists List as a 'butter maker' of Riverlea, South Taranaki
- the Dairy Factory was in Kaponga
- In 1935 he was living in Rotorua, Bay of Plenty
- at the time of his death Percy was living in Matamata, Waikato

Ralph's mother was:
- she was a daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Bayliss * (see below)
- her sister, Ada Lydia Bayliss (1884-1941), married Henry Thompson in 1911
- Elizabeth married Charles in 1907

... the children of CHARLES & ELIZABETH were ...

Donald Albert Viggers (1908-1980)
- Donald graduated from Victoria University, Wellington in 1944 with a Batchelor of Commerce. He became the office manager of a Rural Sociology Section in the Department of Agriculture. He took his ex-serviceman's scholarship to the University of Wisconsin, Madison and returned to Wellington with an MA in Rural Sociology. He died in August 1980 aged 71 and is buried in Plot 20/1 - Public Section of the Makara cemetery, Wellington

Ralph Viggers (1910-1910)
- Ralph was born in Eketahuna
- he died 3 days later and is buried in Plot 85 - Block W - Main Section of the Mangaoranga Cemetery, Eketahuna

Eileen Heath Viggers (1911-2004)
- Eileen married William 'Bill' HEANEY 16 Feb 1942 in Matamata

Percy Hedley Viggers (1914-1914)
- Percy died aged 2 weeks

Maxwell Percy Viggers (1918-1996)
- Maxwell was born 14 November 1918

Winifred Viggers (?-?)

* Thomas Bayliss (from the link at his name above)

... Mr. Thomas Bayliss, who is a member of the Eketahuna Road Board, was born near Birmingham England, in 1840, and was educated at the Sutton Coldfield Blue Coat School. Before coming to Wellington in 1879 he was engaged in farming in Staffordshire. On landing Mr. Bayliss came to the Wairarapa,-taking up the land on which he now resides, he being the first Englishman to settle in Eketahuna after the arrival of the Scandinavians. The district was at that time a solid block of bush from Eketahuna to Alfredtown. Mr. Bayliss was elected chairman of the local Road Board at its inception in 1886, and has been continually a member with the exception of one term. In church matters he is attached to the Wesleyan Church, in which he holds the office of circuit steward. Mr. Bayliss is married and has two sons and three daughters. His brother, Mr. William Bayliss, who has been in the district for some years, took a prominent part in public affairs till 1895, and is a local preacher in connection with the same church.

thank you to Maxine for her message which enabled me to add the other 'children':

Subject: Viggers genealogy
To: ngairedith
From: Maxine
Date: 2012-03-26 04:06:56

I have just joined familytreecircles and note your reference to the Viggers

Charles Percy Viggers and his wife Elizabeth had other children than what you mention.
There was Eileen, Maxwell Percy and Winifred. Another one was born at Rowan (Taranaki) but like Ralph died as a young baby

photo Thomas Bayliss
- taken from the site at his name above

Vincensa VODANOVICH married Henry HOOPER Carterton, New Zealand

Henry (or Henery) Hooper was one of 16 children born to
Walter Henry Hooper and Evelyn Tacon.
He was born in Carterton, Wairarapa, New Zealand on the 10th October 1923.
He married Vincensa "VINCEY" Vodanovich but nothing else is known about her.
Can you help please

1 comment(s), latest 4 years, 10 months ago

Vincent Harold DENTICE (1888-1939) Wellington

Vincent Harold DENTICE was born in Wellington in 1888
- 3rd of 8 known children of Vincent DENTICE & Mary 'Polly' BULL

Vincent died in Wellington 16 July 1939
.. my additions to the newspaper article are obvious ..
OBITUARY of Vincent Harold Dentice
... The death occurred yesterday of Mr Vincent Harold Dentice, of the firm of Messrs Whiteacre, Dentice and Co., land agents, at his residence, 5 Dufferin Street, at the age of 51 years. The late Mr Dentice was born in Wellington and educated at the Newtown School. He was a member of the Wellington Trotting Club and of the Miramar Golf Trotting Club and of the Miramar Golf Club. He was also a member of St Andrew's Masonic Lodge.

The late Mr Dentice is connected with a very old Wellington family, the same as that after which Dixon Street is named, and his maternal grandmother was one of the first white twins born in New Zealand, The twins married brothers. The Dixon family in the early days, produced the "Independent" newspaper.
Mr George H. Dixon of Wellington was the manager of the 1905 All Black team

Mr Dentice is survived by four brothers, all of Wellington
* 1893 - 1945 Reginald Eugene Dentice
* 1896 - 1975 Cyril Leslie Vernon Dentice
* 1900 - 1971 William Alfred Gordon Dentice
* 1906 - 1957 Reynolds Wilfred Dentice
and two sisters, Mesdames
* 1890 - 1940 Violet Martha Dentice
- married Claude Featherston ROWE in 1916
* 1886 - 1959 Ida May Dentice
- married William REYNOLDS in 1905

Mr Dentice leaves a widow and five children, Messrs:
1916 - 1996 Vincent Maurice Dentice
1918 - 1992 Malcolm Dentice
1921 - 1974 Trevor Dentice
and two younger ones
? -? Barry Dentice
1930 - 2008 Elva Dorothy Mary Dentice

The funeral will leave Messrs R. H. Wilson and Sons Chapel at 1.50 p.m. tomorrow

Vincent is buried PLOT 79 H, Section CH ENG2 at Karori cemetery Wellington

VINING marriages New Zealand 1866 - 1929

the known VINING marriages New Zealand 1866 - 1929


Arthur Vining (1901-1992)
- married Camellia Laura May COLLINSON (1906-1987) in 1925
- daughter of George Thomas COLLINSON & Margaret May NEALE

Charles Henry Vining (1863-1949)
- married Eliza Jane HALL (1875-1951) in 1894
- settlers of Awaroa Creek, Whangarei
- 3 known children:
1897 - Charles Hilldrup Vining
1901 - Arthur Vining
1905 - Walter Vining

Charles Hilldrup Vining (1897-1977)
- marriedd Ruby Robina WITHERS (1900-1975) in 1924
- daughter of Charles Edward WITHERS & Christina MUNRO

Clarence George Bland Vining (1896-1960)
- married Laura Eva GIRLING (1896-1964) in 1920
- daughter of Walter & Hannah GIRLING

James Vining (1848-1935)
- married Annie MILLER in 1876

John Vining (1843-1906)
- married Emma Basquin Smith PRICE (1838-1925) 5 May 1866 in Dunedin

Leslie James Vining (1900-1959)
- married Margaret Esther GRAHAM in 1928

Percival Charles Vining (1903-1960)
- married Elsie Amelia JOBLIN (1895-1977) in 1924

Philip Mayo Vining (1902-1991)
- married Hannah TAYLOR (1904-2004) in 1928

Thomas Llewellyn Vining (1849-1939)
- married Susan LYONS (1874-1961) in 1900
- 4 known children:
1902 - 1985 Aileen Rata Vining
1904 - 1983 Margaret Amy Vining
1906 - 1938 Charles Llewellyn Vining
1907 - 1979 Huia St John Vining

William Graham Malone Vining (1865-1948)
- married Margaret KEBBELL (1871-1948) in 1895
- 2 known children:
1896 - Margaret Vera Vining
1902 - Philip Mayo Vining


Clara Vining (1854-1878)
- married George GAUDIN in 1875
- 1 known child:
1877 - Arthur Hedley Gaudin

Elsie Claire Vining (1906-1995)
- married Cyril Leonard WOODLEY (1903-1979) in 1929

Emma Julia Vining (1868-1947)
- married John McPHERSON in 1891
- 2 known children:
1892 - Alexander John McPherson
1895 - Cyril Norman Gilbert mcPherson

Julia Vining
- married John Martin STOCKS in 1873
- in 1862 John was in the Customs, Melbourne

Margaret Vera Vining (1896-1984)
- married Kenneth Stuart FARMER (1886-1966) in 1921
- 4th of 4 children of Alexander FARMER & Catherine BOWIE

Mary Alice Vining
- married Angus Fletcher KENNEDY (1861-1910) in 1897
- 1 known child:
1898 - Alice Basquin Kennedy
... note the name Basquin also in the name of John Vining's wife Emma above

1 comment(s), latest 3 years, 4 months ago

VINSON marriages New Zealand 1875 - 1930

some of the VINSON marriages in New Zealand 1875 - 1930:


Cecil George Vinson
- married Rita Marguerite Dias in 1928

Charles Walter Vinson
- married Christina Dean in 1905

Duncan Kenneth Vinson
- married Gertrude Mary Davis in 1930

Ernest Edward Vinson
- married Sarah Victoria Elizabeth Curlett in 1916

James Casho Vinson
- married Elizabeth Priscilla Wilson in 1875

John Colin Vinson
- married Muriel Grace Thomas in 1930

John James Vinson
- married Christy Ann Stuart in 1884

Septimus Joseph Vinson
- married Catherine Dean in 1898

Thomas George Vinson
- married Elizabeth Dora Lee in 1887


Emily Vinson
- married Samuel Tait in 1878

Elizabeth Vinson
- married Samuel Noster in 1882

Eliza Anne Vinson
- married Thomas Ibbotson in 1885

Teresa Maria Vinson
- married William Woolton in 1884

Elizabeth Ellen Vinson
- married George Frederick Harley in 1899

Edith Alice Vinson
- married Frederic Thomson Going in 1906

Isabella Frances Vinson
- married Andrew Inkster in 1911

Stella Mary Vinson
- married Edwin Hoanaroa Howe in 1915

Fanny Louisa Vinson
- married Arthur John Kingsford in 1916

Emily Maud Vinson
- married Oscar Weldon Carter in 1919

Eva Alice Vinson
- married Lawrence Lyttelton Ashlerp in 1921

Sarah Victoria Elizabeth Vinson
- married Rudolf Diedrich Borgfeldt in 1921

Ethel Margaret Vinson
- married Thomas Gough in 1922

Dorothy Victoria Vinson
- married Alfred John Teague in 1923

Gertrude Evelyn Vinson
- married Francis Ingram Rowley in 1924

Viola Henrietta BERRY (1870-1951) Western Australia

the LIST of SURNAMES connected to this family including:

Viola Henrietta ? was base born, possibly in Busselton, to 'Avis' Henrietta Allen (1852-1945) when Avis was 18
* Avis married Edward BALDOCK (1838-1910) in Busselton in 1871 when she was 19 and had 2 children. Edward arrived into Fremantle on the convict ship 'Corona' 22 Dec 1866. He died of double pneumonia in the Government Hospital 1 March 1910 after having been lost in the bush. The papers record he had no friends or relatives in the locality. He was buried in Narrogin.
* Avis next married? Charles Albert BERRY (1852-) c1876 when she was 24 and had 6 children. Viola Henrietta then became a Berry. Avis & Charles had 6 children
The death of Charles Albert Berry not yet found.
* Avis had a son, Ernest Charles James 'Ernie' Berry in Boranup, near Karridale, in 1891 when she was 39. His father's recorded name was "unknown".
Ernie became a Berry & married Ella Lilian DONOVAN in 1924
* Avis died 18 Jan 1945 when she was 92 and was buried at Karrakatta

* Viola Henrietta Berry had a base born son, Henry Hugh 'Harry' Berry in Berridale, NSW, when she was 17
* Viola had a daughter, May Gopp, in Albany in 1889 to William GOPP (1864-?) when she was 19
* Viola married William Adolphus Trankenbergh CLOWES (1864-1899) in Albany in 1890 when she was 20 and had 4 children. Harry Berry & May Gopp then became Clowes.
William was a son of Josiah Clowes & Louisa Nickson/Nichson of Great Bolton
Viola & William owned the Donnybrook Hotel. William shot himself on 15 May 1899 in their Donnybrook Hotel when he was 34
* Viola next married George Robert PITTMAN (1873-1939) 9 July 1902 in Fremantle when she was 32 and had a daughter.
Viola & George owned the Donnybrook Hotel

the CHILDREN of Viola Henrietta Berry
... 1
1887 - 1927 Henry Hugh 'Harry' Berry/Clowes

* born in Berridale, N.S.W.
- Henry married Ellen Euphemia Mary 'Ellie' MURPHY (1887-1959) in 1911
Ellie was a daughter of Jeremiah Duff MURPHY & Jessie Dalrymple BALLANTINE
HENRY & ELLIE had 3 known children:
* 1912 - 1998 Viola Jessie 'Jean' Clowes
- Jean married Raymond Wyrill 'Jack' WALKER in Perth 1936
* 1913 - 1999 William Adolphus 'Dolph' Clowes
- Dolph married Dorothy Edith 'Dot' STONE in Perth 1940
* 1919 - 1982 Keith Henry Clowes
- Keith married Gabriel Merle 'Gay' PERRET (1923-2013) in Claremont 1949

... 2
1889 - ? May Gopp/Clowes

* born in Albany, W.A.
- MAY married Alexander Bowen 'Alex' BATHGATE (1874-1950) in Donnybrook 1912
Alex was a son of Simon BATHGATE & Hannah Ann McBRIDE
MAY & ALEX had 3 known children:
* 1914 - 2010 Viola Bathgate
- Viola married Alfred Andrew 'Alf' WARK in Perth 1942 & moved to South Australia
* 1916 - 1917 William Bowen Bathgate
* 1920 - 1997 Raymond Alexander Bathgate

... 3
1891 - 1965 Phoebe Louisa Clowes

* born in Albany, W.A.
- Phoebe married William Frederick ARTIS in Donnybrook in 1917
William was born in Bulli, N.S.W., served as Sapper 21680 in WWI. Phoebe & William had the Railway Wine Saloon in Wellington St., Perth, The Grosvenor Hotel in Hay Street and the Balmoral Hotel in Victoria Park

... 4
1893 - 1956 Mabel Charlotte Clowes

* born in Katanning, W.A.
- Mabel never married. She died 20 June 1956 in Royal Perth Hospital aged 63

... 5
1895 - 1897 Avis Clowes

* born in Bunbury, W.A.
- Avis died aged 1 in Bunbury, W.A.

... 6
1898 - 1974 William Adolphus Newcombe Clowes

* born in Bunbury, W.A.
- William married Alice Isobel May TRIGWELL in Perth in 1929
Alice was the 13th child of John TRIGWELL & Ellen Emma ECCLESTONE
WILLIAM & ALICE had 2 children:
* 1930 - 2006 Alexander William 'Bill Clowes
- Bill died in Mandurah
* 1934 - Betty Clowes (living)
- Betty married Ronald Howard OLIVER

... 7
1904 - 1987 Evelyn 'Pearl' Clowes

* born in Donnybrook, W.A.
- Pearl married Samuel Leslie 'Les' JORDAN in West Perth in 1940
Samuel was a son of William Davie JORDAN & Henrietta Janet JOHNSON
PEARL & SAMUEL had 1 son (living). They had the Grosvenor Hotel in Hay Street, Perth and the Brighton Hotel at Cottesloe

the LIST of SURNAMES connected to this family

, corner Howick & Hill Streets, Perth, W.A.
Originally built in 1886 as a two story private dwelling, designed by Francis Bird, it was granted a hotel licence later that same year to Robert Stroud. The Grosvenor has been in service as an operating pub ever since, and this makes her one of the oldest pubs still operating in Perth today.

10 comment(s), latest 5 months ago