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TOOTELL on PECK of TAITA

the TOOTELL on the tree as at 13 Oct 2010
see TOOTELL MARRIAGES
see John & Jack TOOTELL to Australia
see TOOTELL Journals to date

* Ada Kathleen Tootell (1925-2007)
* born Feilding to Harry Tootell & Annie Heys

* Anne Kathleen Tootell (1943-)
* born Feilding to Robert Tootell & Frances Helen Tutty
* married Rex Douglas Paterson in 1963

* Barry Charles Tootell (1953-1956)
* born Feilding to Robert Tootell & Frances Helen Tutty
* died aged 3 years, 2 days

* Beryl Shirley Tootell (1947-)
* born Palmerston North to Robert Tootell & Frances Helen Tutty
* married Ralph James Kinane in 1969

* Bryan Stewart Tootell (1949-)
* born Palmerston North to Robert Tootell & Frances Helen Tutty
* married Susan Carol Knight in 1976

* Colin Heys Tootell (1914-1971)
* born Feilding to Harry Tootell & Annie Heys
* married Harmony Zoe Eggleton (1917-2004) in 1945

* Fred Heys Tootell (1919-1973)
* born Feilding to Harry Tootell & Annie Heys

* Garry Ross Tootell (1957-1993)
* born Feilding to Robert Tootell & Frances Helen Tutty
* married Kerryn Ann Burling

* Graeme Walter Tootell (1954-)
* born Feilding to Robert Tootell & Frances Helen Tutty

* Henry 'Harry' Tootell (1888-1955)
* married Annie Heys (1888-1952) in 1911

* Jack Heys Tootell (1916-1990)
* born Feilding to Harry Tootell & Annie Heys

* John Robert Tootell (1944-)
* born Feilding to Robert Tootell & Frances Helen Tutty
* married Jeanette Laureen Holdaway in 1970

* Joy Ngaire Tootell (1941-)
* born Feilding to Robert Tootell & Frances Helen Tutty
* married Norman David Judd in 1961

* Margaret Jean Tootell (1940-)
* born Feilding to Robert Tootell & Frances Helen Tutty
* married Albert Edmund Hawke in 1962

* Marion Frances Tootell (1946-)
* born Feilding to Robert Tootell & Frances Helen Tutty
* married Paul Damien Mercer in 1968

* Mavis Helen Tootell (1930-)
* born Feilding to Robert Tootell & Frances Helen Tutty
* married Archibald David Marden in 1963

* Pauline Julie Tootell (1951-)
* born Feilding to Robert Tootell & Frances Helen Tutty
* married Terence Alvyn Cooksley in 1973

* Robert Tootell (1912-2004)
* born Feilding to Harry Tootell & Annie Heys
* married Frances Helen Tutty (1916-2004) in 1937
* buried together at Feilding
* Headstone reads: Parents Of Mavis, Margaret, Joy, Anne, John, Marion, Beryl Bryan, Pauline, Barry, Graeme and Garry

* Stanley Heys Tootell (1922-1992)
* born Feilding to Harry Tootell & Annie Heys
* married Jessie Elizabeth ?

* Thomas Tootell (1927-1998)
* born Feilding to Harry Tootell & Annie Heys

TOOTELL buried at Feilding
Ada Tootell aged 34 in 1999
Barry Charles Tootell aged 3 in 1956
Colin Heys Tootell aged 57 in 1971
Frances Helen Tootell aged 87 in 2004
Garry Ross Tootell aged 36 in 1993
Harmony Zoe Tootell aged 86 in 2004
Robert Tootell aged 92 in 2004

TOOTELL buried other Manawatu cemeteries
(some may be cremation only)
Annie Tootell aged 65 in 1952 at Bunnythorpe
Fred Heys Tootell aged 54 in 1974 at Bunnythorpe
Harry Tootell aged 67 in 1955 at Bunnythorpe
Jack Heys Tootell aged 73 in 1990 at Bunnythorpe
Jessie Eliza Tootell aged ? in 1905 at Bunnythorpe
- buried with Stanley Heys & Jessie Elizabeth Tootell
Essie Elizabeth Mackenzie Tootell aged 73 in 1997 at Kelvin Grove
Stanley Heys Tootell aged 70 in 1992 at Bunnythorpe
- buried with Jessie Eliza Tootell (1905, unknown age) & Jessie Elizabeth (1997)

PHOTO
Headstone of Barry Charles Tootell at Feilding
Plot 54, Block: 3, Row 12


2 comment(s), latest 6 years, 9 months ago

TOTMAN marriages New Zealand 1897 - 1931

some TOTMAN marriages in New Zealand 1897 - 1931


the TOTMAN GROOMS

Alfred Totman
- married Edith Mary Langford in 1912

Clement Totman
- married Rebecca Saussey in 1897

George Totman
- married Gertrude Amy Myersin 1912

Henry Owen Totman
- married Caroline Brook in 1902

Herbert Archibald Totman
- married Mabel Elizabeth Cook in 1920

Leonard White Totman
- married Minnie Holloway in 1908

Percy Cornell Totman
- married Elizabeth Frances Kelly in 1905

Percy Cornell Totman
- married Olive Winifred Pee in 1931


the TOTMAN BRIDES

Doris Pamela Totman
- married Richard John Miles in 1931

Isabel Anna Totman
- married Thomas Aubrey Pellett in 1930

Lily Ellen Totman
- married Leo Francis Abrams Stead in 1931

tracking your ancestors by using Grandpa's GPS ... WILD CARD

I would like to share one of the best New Zealand sources of finding anything about the early settlers/pioneers and a site I have used probably every researching day since I discovered it years ago ... Papers Past

I was very surprised to read that one of the first things Samuel Revans did when he landed on Petone Beach back in 1840 was to set up his printing press and it surprises me more that someone has had the foresight to keep each issue ever since (unlike myself who thought yesterdays newspaper was for lighting the fire or wrapping the fish & chips !!)

Because of the small population during the early days of New Zealand, nearly everyone got their names in the newpapers at some stage (whether they wanted to or not at times) and most people liked to record their births & deaths etc to share the news with everyone in their community because everyone knew each other. So the likelihood of you finding something on your ancestors is very good.

As at this date Papers Past contains more than two million pages of digitised New Zealand newspapers and periodicals. The collection covers the years 1839 to 1945 and includes 77 publications from all regions of New Zealand. It is an incredible source of information for all Kiwis (or anyone researching settlers in NZ) and they keep adding old newspapers all the time


this then is my Wild Card ...
Tracking ancestors using Grandpa's Paper trailS
... aka NEWSPAPERS

I offer some hints on finding info from the site

one of the easiest searches, if you know the date of death and if that person was a long-term settler of a certain area, is to enter at least the year of their death (the month is even better) and find their:
? OBITUARY
- this will often say things like, John Pyonere (I'm making up an ancestor here)
* arrived in NZ in 1840
* on board the Kiwi
* he married in 1860 to Jane Doe
* they settled in Wellington and
* had 10 children
* John was the Proprietor of a number of Hotels in the area
* he was the Counciller from 1850-1880 etc etc
* he leaves 3 daughters, Mrs A in Wellington, Mrs B in Auckland, Mrs C in Hastings and a son in Foxton
* another son was killed in Gallipoli
* his wife deceased him 3 years ago
- Wonderful amount of info from one insertion

If your ancestor was not a long term settler you can still track him fairly easily by searching his name by date.
John Pyonere name search might reveal:
? PASSENGER LISTS - 1840 into Wellington
- gives the name of the ship & port of departure and often his age
? COURT CASE - 1845 in Upper Hutt, John is fined for being drunk in charge of a horse after leaving his local hotel. This tells you he is living in the Hutt now
? LOCAL NEWS - 1848 in Featherston, John is standing for Councillor
- he has moved north but obviously settled for awhile
? MARRIAGE announcment - 1860 in Carterton
- he has moved a little north. The weddings were usually held in the bride's home town & often in the 'gossip pages' a detailed description of the marriage, who the attendants were, the spouses family, what they wore etc etc
? BIRTH announcements - 1851-1853-1855 in Masterton & Palmerston North
- you are tracking him moving further north. Go check BDM for children's names
? ADVERTISEMENTS - 1855-1865 John advertises his services as a Carpenter in Taihape. Jane advertises her home produce, flower seeds etc and they always give an address
? COURT CASES - 1870 John is in Taupo when he and his neighbours have a dispute
- still moving north
? ADVERTISEMENT - 1875 from the Taupo Post Office that there are 3 unclaimed letters for John. You know he was there but left (still heading north ?)
? MARRIAGE announcement - 1880, SMITH-PYONERE, Mary the youngest daughter of John & Jane to Fred Smith at the bride's father's residence, Hamilton (north again)
? DEATH - 1900, John Pyonere, in Auckland aged 73 leaves 3 daughters, Mrs A in Wellington, Mrs B in Auckland, Mrs C in Hastings and a son in Foxton, another son was killed in Gallipoli, his wife deceased him 3 years ago

When you have this list of his whereabouts you can then go search the newspapers for each town for any further info. Also check the cemeteries databases, census, district archives etc etc

If you're lucky you will find some juicy bits of scandal :)
I was surprised to find 2 of my maternal ancestors who were caught with an illegal still in the bush way back in 1883!! The court case went on for quite some time and provided a great deal of information
Happy Hunting ...

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PHOTO
1840s PRINTING PRESS


1 comment(s), latest 5 years, 6 months ago

transfer of Hotel Licenses, Povery Bay June 1899

The annual meeting of the Licensing Committee for the WAIAPU distrct was held at the Magistrate's Court at noon to-day ...

TRANSFER OF LICESNSES

Pakarae Hotel
- Dougald THOMSON to Rutherfor SHAW

Roayl Hotel, Gisborne
- F. A. MARTIN to D. THOMSON

Rose Hotel, Port Awanui
- William MILNER to Charles BUTLER

Oil Sprngs Hotel, Whatatutu
- William DEVERT to Henry WLLIAMS

British Empire Hotel, Gisborne
- John MAYNARD to Charles CLARKE

Royal Oak Hotel, Matawhere
- Harry COOPER to John Hodgson AISLABIE

the New Hotel Licenses June 1899

TRAYES marriages New Zealand 1869 - 1929

the known TRAYES marriages in New Zealand 1869 - 1929

the TRAYES GROOMS

Alfred Ernest Trayes
- married Mary Emma TAYLOR in 1905

Frederick Trayes
- married Margaret POLSON in 1869

James Hoskin Trayes
- married Laura AVENELL in 1897

James Stanley Trayes
- married Margaret WEATHERALL in 1925

Stephen Roy Trayes
- married Natalina Consiglia McCALLUM in 1923

Stephen Roy Trayes
- married Honorah Agatha MENZIES in 1928

William Stephen Trayes
- married Sarah Jane DUNSTAN in 1884


the TRAYES BRIDES

Eva Hilda Trayes
- married David Theophilus GILMOUR in 1913

Grace Keturah Trayes
- married Walter PATERSON in 1916

Ida Mary Trayes
- married Robert HENDERSON in 1892

Olive May Trayes
- married John Walter Teed MACKLOW in 1910

Winifred Evelyn Trayes
- married Alfred Wright GUNSON in 1929

TRENTHAM New Zealand WWII

taken from TRENTHAM at NZETC
... written about 1945
Trentham
Hark to the call of war.

? Robert W. Service

Dormant beneath the encircling hills from which the winter snows were fast disappearing lay a great camp: Trentham, haunted by spirits yet without a spirit. Twenty-five years of peacetime soldiering had little more than flickered the eyelids of a military camp which in the years 1914-18 had epitomised strength, purpose, and vigour.

But with the spring of 1939 the bugles sounded again and volunteers flocked to answer the call. The ranks of the Territorial units throughout the country all yielded their quotas to the first 6600 men wanted ?for active servic?. The recruits of 1939, however, were by no means confined to those who had already had some soldier training. Out of the cities and towns, off the farms, came men of all shades of opinion and from all walks of life.

From the chaos which marked the assembly of this ?Special Force? order slowly emerged. The citizen turned soldier, quickly adapting himself to the new way of life, became an integral part of the military machine which the old camp was designed to serve. As the shuffle of civilian shoes changed to the measured tread of iron-shod boots, the spirit of Trentham Camp awoke once more. In this atmosphere, charged with the memories of their fathers? prowess, young men were again trained for war.

On 27 September 1939 officers and NCOs commenced an intensive course prior to selection and posting to units. Theirs was a heavy responsibility, for the training and moulding of this new force was in their hands. Too few young men had responded to the appeals made since 1929 for volunteers to fill the ranks of Territorial Force units. NCOs, the backbone of any unit, had to be found quickly?we were fortunate in the leaven of ex-Territorials through- page 2 out the Special Force. They responded quickly to the brief intensive course and as instructors themselves undertook recruit training for their own small commands as soon as they were posted.

On 3 October 19 Wellington Rifle Battalion, with its headquarters at Trentham, was born. The principal appointments in the unit were allocated to officers who had given stalwart service to their country for many years and whose energy and efficiency were well known. The Commanding Officer, Lieutenant-Colonel F. S. Varnham, MC, ED,1 had a distinguished record both as an officer in the New Zealand Division during the First World War and subsequently as a Territorial unit and brigade commander. His senior officers were:

Major C. A. D?A. Blackburn Second-in-Command
Lieutenant E. W. S. Williams, NZSC Adjutant
Lieutenant J. E. F. Vogel Quartermaster
Major A. B. Ross OC Wellington Company
Major R. K. Gordon OC Wellington West Coast Company
Captain C. M. Williamson OC Hawke?s Bay Company
Captain S. F. Hartnell OC Taranaki Company
Captain C. E. Webster OC Headquarters Company

Life for the seven hundred-odd enthusiasts on the battalion roll soon shook down to an orderly routine. Neither the sweat of intensive training nor the vagaries of the spring weather dampened their ardour. The keenest rivalry sprang up between the companies, which retained the names and something of the high tradition of the famous regiments from which they had sprung. The response from all ranks was remarkable. Flags emblazoned with the badges of those regiments under whose colours many men now in the ranks of the 19th had previously served were presented by Territorial associations. These were proudly flown in company lines. Reveille each day was heralded by the Orderly Sergeant breaking out on the battalion flagpole the colours of his own company
... read above link for much more ...


... In camp that same afternoon private farewells were said. Next-of-kin, friends, and wellwishers gathered to say goodbye. Leaving home had at last become a sad reality. The battalion lines, trim tented and subdued, will remain long in the memories of mothers, wives and sweethearts; for them the sorrow of parting did not ride buoyantly on a sea of excitement. Two days later Trentham was deserted.

1 Brig F. S. VARNHAM, MC,* ED, m.i.d.; Gisborne; born Wellington, 1 Nov 1888; newspaper manager; Wellington Regt 1915-19 (Staff Capt 1 NZIB); CO 19 Bn 3 Oct 1939-15 Apr 1941, 9 Jun-20 Oct 1941; comd 7 Army Tank Bde (NZ) May 1942-May 1943; injured 15 Apr 1941.

2 Cpl J. P. FOSTER; Wellington; born Wales, 21 Mar 1906; club steward.

3 Capt H. S. BUDD; Whangarei; born Waihi, 20 Jun 1906; company representative; p.w. 2 Jun 1941.

4 Maj C. S. WROTH, m.i.d.; Christchurch; born Christchurch, 6 Mar 1915; Regular soldier; BM 6 Bde Oct-Nov 1944; Camp Commandant, Burnham MC, 1947-48.

5 WO II S. M. GOLDER; Featherston; born Beckenham, Kent, 23 Jun 1910; joiner; wounded and p.w. 1 Jun 1941.

6 Maj C. W. TAYLOR, EM; Gisborne; born Gisborne, 19 Jan 1912; civil servant; company commander 25 Bn 1944-45; twice wounded.

7 Sgt W. J. H. F. ORAM; Auckland; born Dartford, England, 9 Aug 1912; lorry diver; wounded May 1941.

8 Capt B. W. THOMAS; born Marton, 30 Jun 1914; research chemist; killed in action 26 Sep 1944.

TREWAVAS deaths in New Zealand 1867 - 2006

some of the TREWAVAS deaths in New Zealand 1876 - 2006:

... some birth dates were calculted from age at death ...

1959 - Trewavas, Ada Eliza aged 77
- born 1882

1978 - Trewavas, Alan Hugh aged 58
- born 14 January 1920

1970 - Trewavas, Albert Hedley aged 74
- born 1896

1944 - Trewavas, Alice aged 58
- born 86

1986 - Trewavas, Bernice aged 78
- born 2 March 1908

2004 - Trewavas, Beryl Louise aged 84
- born 26 September 1916

1992 - Trewavas, Brydon Horatio aged 79
- born 25 April 1913

1947 - Trewavas, Charles Robins aged 76
- born 1871

1995 - Trewavas, Clifton Joseph Harvey age 74
- born 23 October 1921

2003 - Trewavas, Dennis Harvey aged 80
- born 28 February 1923

2006 - Trewavas, Dorothy Mavis aged80
- born 23 July 1926

1984 - Trewavas, Douglas Robins aged
- born 20 March 1902

1998 - Trewavas, Eileen Mary aged 78
- born 9 April 1920

1952 - Trewavas, Eliza Louisa aged 85
- born 1867

1977 - Trewavas, Elizabeth Ann aged 87
- born 20 April 1890

1990 - Trewavas, Ella Marion aged 59
- born 5 March 1931

1883 - Trewavas, Ellen aged 8
- born 1875

1884 - Trewavas, George aged 5
- born 1879

2006 - Trewavas, Gordon James aged 89
- born 18 June 1917

2004 - Trewavas, Grace Darling aged 82
- born 26 January 1922

1978 - Trewavas, Grace Florence aged 77
- born 6 April 1901

1995 - Trewavas, Graham Moorhouse aged 75
- born 15 January 1920

1957 - Trewavas, Gwendoline Estelle aged 42
- born 1915

1965 - Trewavas, Harold aged 80
- born

1981 - Trewavas, Henry Harvey aged78
- born 26 September 1903

1960 - Trewavas, Horace James aged 78
- born 1882

1999 - Trewavas, Ina Kathleen aged 79
- born 11 February 1920

1935 - Trewavas, Isabella aged 88
- born 1847

1945 - Trewavas, Jessie Elizabeth aged 76
- born 1869

1976 - Trewavas, John Albert aged 55
- born 14 November 1921

1867 - Trewavas, Mary aged 48
- born 1819

1959 - Trewavas, May Ellen aged 57
- born 1902

1945 - Trewavas, Nash James aged 20
- born 1925

1973 - Trewavas, Philip Harold aged 56
- born 26 August 1917

1944 - Trewavas, Phyllis Elizabeth aged 5 days
- born 1944

2005 - Trewavas, Phyllis Violet aged
- born 23 January 1931

1949 - Trewavas, Richard aged 79
- born 1870

1911 - Trewavas, Richard James aged 69
- born 1842

1978 - Trewavas, Richard James aged 66
- born 19 March 1912

2005 - Trewavas, Ruby aged 86
- born 17 November 1919

1989 - Trewavas, Thomas Kelvyn aged 64
- born 28 June 1925

1982 - Trewavas, William Wilson aged 66
- born 28 November 1915

TREWAVAS marriages New Zealand 1899 - 1926:

some TREWAVAS married in New Zealand 1899 - 1926:

the TREWAVAS GROOMS

Albert Hedley Trewavas
- married Kathleen Eva Robinson in 1921

Charles Robins Trewavas
- married Jessie Elizabeth Nice in 1899
- Charles was on the Motueka Borough Council c1917

Douglas Robins Trewavas
- married Grace Florence Lines in 1926

Harold Trewavas
- married Alice Moorhouse in 1911
- lived in Nelson

Horace James Trewavas
- married Ada Eliza Palmer in 1908

Richard Trewavas
- married Eliza Louisa "Louie" Livick on 24 May 1903



the TREWAVAS BRIDES

Ada Trewavas
- married William Whitelaw Harris in 1907

Isabella Trewavas
- married Thomas Wilson Moorhouse i 1904

Leila Sibyl Trewavas
- married Percy Bell Calder in 1916

Margaret Trewavas
- married Frank Richard Trolove in 1905

Mary Harvey Trewavas
- married Frederick Arthur Palmer in 1901

Melba Irene Trewavas
- married Arthur William James Mytton in 1923

Rachel Trewavas
- married Henry Green in 1903

TREZISE in New Zealand

TREZISE marriages 1871 - 1927
the TREZISE GROOMS
Alfred Joseph Trezise
- married Eileen Gladys Cole KING in 1914

Bernard Trezise (1890-1963)
- a son of Alfred John TREZISE (1861-1955) & Emily Jane LAWS (1858-?) from St Germans, Cornwall (died in Auckland)
- married Elizabeth BRAY (1890-1948) in 1916

Charles Trezise (1882-1915)
- 1 of 7 children of Joseph TREZISE & Hannah OSBORNE
- married Jessie Jane Valentine HUMPHRIS (1886-1915) in 1908
- they had 1 son & 5 daughters

Edward Trezise (1891-1931)
- 1 of 7 children of Joseph TREZISE & Hannah OSBORNE
- married Doris Elvira BASTINGS (1898-1986) in 1923
- Edward died aged 40 and buied at Waimate. Doris remarried in 1952 to Thomas Loftus JONES (1893-1963)

Frederick Louis Trezise (1887-1964)
- born in Auckland
- a son of Alfred John TREZISE (1861-1955) & Emily Jane LAWS (1858-?) from St Germans, Cornwall (died in Auckland)
- Frederick married Avery Maue COE (1885-1970) in 1913 (dev. 1943)

James Trezise
- married Annie GILLANDERS in 1878 as his 2nd wife
- daughter Marjory below

John Trezise (1877-1917)
- son of John TREZISE (b. UK 1844-d. Ashburton 1911) & Wilmot HOSKEN (b. Penzance 1848-d. Ashburton 1907)
- married Susan Alice WELCH (187-1908) in 1905
- 1 child:
1908 - 1909 Alice Wilmot Trezise
- John, Wilmot & Alice lived (and died) in Greytown

John Trezise (?-1911)
- married Sarah Ann (formerly) BLACKBURN in 1909
29 October 1928 ... 100th BIRTHDAY - Ashburton. Mrs Sarah Trezise celebrated her one hundredth birthday to-day. She was born in Croydon, England. She married Alfred BLACKBURN (1831-1906) in 1854, coming with him to New Zealand in 1863 in the ship "Metropolis". Mr Blackburn died in 1906, and in 1909 the widow married Mr John Trezise, who died two years later. Mrs Trezise has two daughters, Mrs T. E. Barnard, of Sydney, and Mrs Ritchie, and three sons, Messrs A. H. Blackburn, of Devonport, Auckland; B. Blackburn, Wellington, and C. Blackburn, Gisborne; 17 grandchildren, and 25 great-grandchildren. Mrs Trezise retains al her faculties and takes a keen interest in affairs
3 August 1931 ... CENTENARIANS DEATH - Ashburton. Mrs Sarah Ann Trezise has died in her 102nd year. She was born in Croydon, near London, on 29th October, 1829, and at the age of 25 married Alfred Backburn. Nine years later they came to New Zealand and settled in Christchurch. Mr Blackburn was appointed stationmaster at Templeton in 1866, later being tansferred to Rakaia, where they remained for eighteen years. Mr Blackburn retired in 1893, and died in 1906. The widow married John Trezise in 1909. The latter died in 1911. Mrs Trezise leaves two daughters, three sons, seventeen grandchildren, and over twenty great grandchildren. She retained her faculties till the last

Joseph Henry Trezise (1859-?)
- married Hannah/Annah OSBORNE in 1881 from St Stehens Village, Cornwall
- their known children:
1882 - 1915 Charles Trezisee
- married Jessie Jane Valentine HUMPHRIS
1884 - 1955 Richard John Trezise
- married Emma ?
1885 - 1956 Elizabeth Ellen Tezise
- married Robert Ford HENSTRIDGE
1886 - 1976 Joseph Henry Trezise
- married Doris May BENNETT
1889 - 1978 Edith Trezise
- married Roderick MENZIES
1891 - 1931 Edward Trezise
- married Doris Elvira BASTINGS
1893 - 1982 Mary Tippit Trezise
- did not marry. Died aged 91 at Waitati

Joseph Henry Trezise (1886-1976)
- 1 of 7 children of Joseph TREZISE & Hannah OSBORNE
- married Doris May BENNETT (1897-1952) in 1916

Sydney Arthur Trezise (1892-1940)
- a son of Alfred John TREZISE (1861-1955) & Emily Jane LAWS (1858-?) from St Germans, Cornwall (died in Auckland)
- Sydney served in WWI as Corporal 56050
- he married Ella Myrtle McCLURE in 1917
1917 - TREZISE-McCLURE, On the 2nd January by the Rev J. Reed Glasson, at the ? Congregational Church, Wellington, Sydney Arthur, youngest son of Alfred John & Mrs Trezise, of Lower Hutt, to Ella Myrtle McClure, neice of Wm and Mr ? of Johnsonville
- she was living at 5 Wilkinson Street, Oriental Bay, Wellington when Sydney was at war
1922 - On the 3rd March, 1922, to Mr and Mrs S. A. Trezise, Izard-road, Khandallah, a daughter
- Sydney died in Porirua, Wellington aged 48

Thomas Henry Arthur Trezise (1847-1944) from Cornwall who arrived in Lyttelton 1869 on the "Matoaka", settled in Temuka and went into partnership with Orlando Orr Matthews
- He married Orlando's sister Mary Letitia MATTHEWS in 1875 in Dunedin

Thomas Henry Arthur Trezise (1886-1953)
- son of Thomas Henry Arthur Trezise (1847-1944) above
- married Alice VAGUE in 1911
- their 2 sons were:
1912 - 1976 Thomas Henry Arthur Trezise
- married Viola Mary PELLETT (divorced 1854)
- married Kathleen Agnes FOX (1916-1998) in Christchurch

the TREZISE BRIDES
Bessie Trezise (1868-1941)
- married George Henry MANTON (1871-1939) in 1900
- their known children:
1901 - Elva Irene Manton
1903 - Lizzie Hilda Edith Manton
1906 - Emma Manton

Christina Trezise (1865-1942) ?
- daughter of Richard Thomas Trezise (1841-1933) from Cornwall (died in Dunedin)
- married Robert JAMIESON (from Scotland) Xmas day 1893 in Dunedin
1894 - JAMIESON-TREZISE, On the 25th December 1893, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev J.T. Pinfold, Robert, son of the late James Jamieson, of Innerleithen, Peebles-shire, Scotland, to Christina, daughter of Richard T. Trezise, John street, Roslyn
- their known children:
1896 - 1928 James Trezise Jamieson
- James served WWI #55682
- married Volet Maude WACKELDINE (1897-1948)
1901 - Erica Margaret Jamieson
1904 - Cyril Harris Kamieson

Edith Trezise (1885-1978)
- 1 of 7 children of Joseph TREZISE & Hannah OSBORNE
- married Roderick MENZIES (1887-1972) in 1916
- Rod was a Farmer at Waimate

Elizabeth Trezise
- married Duncan CAMPBELL in 1871

Elizabeth Ellen Trezise (1886-1956)
- 1 of 7 children of Joseph TREZISE & Hannah OSBORNE
- married Robert Ford HENSTRIDGE (1888-1970) in 1922
- he was a Farmer in Oamaru
- Elizabeth died in Timaru

Elizabeth Jane Trezise (1858-?)
- born in America, daughter of Henry TREZISE & Joanna OATS (1831-1904) from Cornwall
- married Charles STEVENS in 1878
1878 - STEVENS-TREZISE, On October 24th, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev.R. S. Bunn, Charles, second surviving son of the late John Stevens, nursery and seedsman, St Erith, Cornwall, to Elizabeth Jane, eldest daughter of Mr Henry Trezise, Waiotahi, Thames, and late of St Just, Cornwall.
- their known children:
1879 - John Henry Stevens
1881 - Mary Ann Stevens
1884 - William Charles Stevens

Emmie Mae 'Queenie' Trezise (1884-1979)
- married Charles William Hensman BOULD (1878-1916) in 1915
1916 - BOULD-TREZISE, On th 28th December, 1915, at St Mark's Church, Sussex-square, Charles W. H., second son of the late Thomas Boud, of Johnsonville, to Emmie Mae (Queenie), elder daughter of Mr and Mrs A. J. Trezise, Overton-terrace, Hataita
- Charles was born in Pahautanui 11 April 1878
- son of Thomas & Georgina BOULD of Johnsonville, Wellington
- he served in War 3 times:
* Corporal 9, South Africa War, * Warrant Officer 1/445 & * Sergeant Major 10/4439 WWI
- he was KILLED IN ACTION 27 Sep 1916 in Somme France
- Emmie next married William RUSSELL in 1920

Gertrude Elsie Ruby Trezise (1896-?)
- a daughter of Alfred John TREZISE (1861-1955) & Emily Jane LAWS (1858-?) from St Germans, Cornwall (died in Auckland)
- married Thomas Edgar PERKS in 1920

Jessamine Wilmot Trezise (1872-1949)
- born in Penzance, Cornwall
- daughter of John TREZISE (b. UK 1844-d. Ashburton 1911) & Wilmot HOSKEN (b. Penzance 1848-d. Ashburton 1907)
- married William Bruce CRAIGHEAD (1870-1962) in 1894
- their known children:
1895 - 1980 Clarice Mabel Wilmot Craighead
- Clarice married Harry BIRTWHISTLE
1897 - 1966 Huia Bruce Craighead
- Huia married Kathleen May Vaalburgher CONDOR/CONDER from South Africa
- both died Wellington
1898 - 1972 Edwin Francis Craighead
- Edwin married Dorothy Adeline MASON
1900 - 1988 Stanley Douglas Craighead
- Stanley married Olive Frances ELLIOTT in 1927
1902 - 1956 John Alfred Craighead
- John died in New Plymouth
1904 - Jessamine May Craighead
- Jessamine married Malcolm Russell Vause HALL in 1930

Johanna Trezise
- married John SHEEHAN in 1901
- their known children:
1901 - Henry John Sheehan
1902 - Charles David Sheehan

Mabel Trezise (1875-1963)
- daughter of John TREZISE (b. UK 1844-d. Ashburton 1911) & Wilmot HOSKEN (b. Penzance 1848-d. Ashburton 1907)
- married James AULD in 1919

Marjorie McKenzie Trezise (1900-1981)
- married Robert Gray ALLAN in 1927

Marjory Jago Bice Trezise (1868-1946)
- daughter of James Trezise (1845-?) from Cornwall & Ann ? who died aged 30 on board the "Berar" during their emigration to NZ 22 Jan 1875. Her father later married Annie Gillanders in Dunedin and had a son William Petrie Trezisw 1875
- Marjory married Alfred Henry NAISH (1874-1945) in 1904
- their known children:
1905 - Arthur Trueman Naish
1906 - James Alfred Naish
1908 - Edith Annie Naish

Mary Ann Trezise (1863-?)
- born in America, daughter of Henry TREZISE & Joanna OATS (1831-1904) from Cornwall
- married Allan WILSON in 1883
1883 - WILSON-TREZISE, On May 9th, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev H. Bull, Allan, fifth son of the late John Wilson, to Mary Ann, second daughter of Henry Tezise, both of the Thames
- their known children:
1884 - Isabella Jane Wilson
1885 - John Henry Wilson
1887 - Mary Allan Wilson
1890 - Charles David Wilson
1891 - Elsie Wilson
1893 - Maggie Wilson

Rebecca Trezise
- married Alfred DAWSON in 1875
- their known children:
1877 - Lucy Hannah Dawson
1878 - Alfred Henry Dawson
1880 - Thomas Charles Dawson
1882 - Stanley Dawson
1885 - Tasman Dawson
1889 - Lily Dawson
1896 - Clarence Maxwell Dawson

NOTES
Wilmot John Trezise (1915-1993)
- BSc (NZ) 1937, MB ChB (NZ) 1944, FRACS 1949, FRCS 1951
* Anatomy Demonstrator, Otago Medical School 1944
* HS/HP, Wellington Hospital 1945
* Lecturer in Pathology, Otago University Medical School 1946
* Surgical Registrar, Wellington Hospital 1948 - 1949
* Postgraduate studies in London 1950 - 1951
* Acting Medical Superintendent, Waipukurau Hospital 1952 - 1955
* Surgeon Superintendent, Wanganui Hospital 1956 - 1977
* Medical Superintendent, Kenepuru Hospital 1978 - 1982

1896
... DEATH - At Karangahake on the 20th July, 1896, Henry Trezise, of Cornwall, England, beloved husband of Johanna Trezise, and father of Mrs A. Wilson, of Waiotahi; aged 65 years

1904
... DEATH - On November 10th, at her son's residence, Karangahake, Johanna, relict of the late Henry Trezise, in her 74th year

1907
... DEATH - On February 7th, at Ashurton, WELMOT (sic), beloved wife of John Trezise; aged 58 years

PHOTO
Thomas Henry Arthur Trezise
- from the wonderful site Trezise to New Zealand
- has many photos and great bios of Trezises


TRICKLEBANK on PECK of TAITA

the
TRICKLEBANK
on the tree as at 13 Oct 2010

1. Tricklebank, Charles (1868 - 1935)
- married Charlotte Ann TURNER in 1895
- had 11 children

2. Tricklebank, Charles (1829 - 1910)

3. Tricklebank, Charles Alfred (1897 - 1967)

4. Tricklebank, Charles Edward (1905 - 1919)

5. Tricklebank, Charlotte (1866 - 1941)

6. Tricklebank, Charlotte Lavinia (b.1902)

7. Tricklebank, Doris Belle (b.1901)

8. Tricklebank, Eliza (1856 - 1937)

9. Tricklebank, Ellen (1864 - 1931)

10. Tricklebank, Emma (1854 - 1927)

11. Tricklebank, Ethel Eva (b.1896)

12. Tricklebank, Francis Adeline (b.1909)

13. Tricklebank, George Cornelius (1876 - 1935)

14. Tricklebank, Gladys Amy (b.1905)

15. Tricklebank, Gladys Ellen (b.1903)

16. Tricklebank, Gordon Edrick (1908 - 1993)

17. Tricklebank, Hazel Margrete Pattison (b.1907)

18. Tricklebank, Isabella (b.1872)

19. Tricklebank, Jane Rebecca (1860 - 1927)

20. Tricklebank, Louisa Helen (b.1870)

21. Tricklebank, Lucy (1862 - 1937)

22. Tricklebank, Mary Ann (1858 - 1943)

23. Tricklebank, Matilda (1874 - 1923)

24. Tricklebank, Pearl (1899 - 1976)

25. Tricklebank, Walter George (1902 - 1960)

26. Tricklebank, Walter Howard (b.1906)

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