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BREACH marriages New Zealand - BRIDES

the BREACH BRIDES of New Zealand 1877-1930

* Agnes May Breach
* married James McChayne WHITE in 1930
* daughter of Henry James BREACH & Agnes Margaret HARPER
* son of Charles WHITE & Lilias Martha JARVIS
* James's siblings:
1897 - Amy Ambrosine White
1898 - Elsie Doris White
1900 - Annie Laura White
1904 - Hughey Eric White
1905 - Norman Oliver White
1908 - James McChayne White
1910 - Cora Esma White


* Bessie Marion Breach (1891-1949)
* married Charles McKEGNEY (1892-1963) in 1920
* daughter of William Henry BREACH & Bessie Annie PEARSON
* son of Harry & Mary McKEGNEY


* Charlotte Emma Breach (1861-1946)
* married John WALLACE in 1880
* daughter of Samson George BREACH & Emma PENGELLY


* Dorothy Annie Breach (1901-1986)
* married Edward Ernest DUNDAS (1897-1956) in 1930
* daughter of Henry James BREACH & Agnes Margaret HARPER


* Ellen Elizabeth Breach (1856-1913)
* married Samuel Henry Dall CLARKE (1858-1935) in 1881
* daughter of Samson George BREACH & Emma PENGELLY
* they had a daughter, Isabella Lydia 'Bella' Clarke (1886-1965) who married Percy Morgan HAINES in 1911 and had 7 children in Wellington
* On 17 June 1913 at Park street, Hokitika, the dearly beloved wife of S. H. Clarke, after a lingering illness. Inserted by her loving daughter and son in law, Mr. and Mrs. P Haines, Mitchelltown
* On 27 Jan 1935 at Hokitika, Samuel Henry, beloved father of Mrs. Percy Haines, after a long illness; aged 77 years


* Emmeline Ivy Breach (1896-)
* married William George CHEGWIN in Christchurch 26 Feb 1920
* daughter of Alfred John BREACH & Emmeline RAINHAM
* son of John Henry Burrell CHEGWIN & Caroline 'Kate' ODGERS
* at Durham St Methodist Church, Christchurch, William George CHEGWIN aged 26, Hairdresser, born Christchurch, parents: John Henry Burrell & Kate Chegwin nee ODGERS, boilermaker. Emmeline Ivy BREACH aged 23, born Rangiora, parents: John & Emmeline Breach nee RAINHAM traveller


* Enid Annie Grange Breach (1906-1995)
* married Ronald Frederick RUDDENKLAU (1899-1981) in 1927
* daughter of William George BREACH & Phoebe Elizabeth MAGINNESS


* Evelyn Susannah Breach (1911-1993)
* married Clarence Douglas WEILY in 1929
* daughter of William George BREACH & Phoebe Elizabeth MAGINESS


* Gertrude Elsie Breach
* married Arnold Eli DOWNING in 1909
* daughter of William BREACH (1861-1926) & Emma Elizabeth BAILEY of Christchurch
* son of Eli DOWNING & Lillian Oliver TURNER
* Arnold's known siblings:
1888 - Arnold Eli Downing
1890 - Florence Lillian Downing
1893 - Elsie Amelia Downing
1895 - Ruby Eveline Downing
1898 - Pearl Victoria Donwing
1903 - William George Downing
1906 - Harold Adolphus Downing
1910 - Arthur Kitchener Downing


* Gladys Breach
* married Thomas Murfitt JONES (1889-1952) in 1922
* born in Chichester, Sussex, 7th of 9 children of Harry Elliott BREACH (1855-1905) & Catherine Ann AIREY (1852-1905) who married in 1881 in Tormoham, Devon
* Gladys had a brother, Rodney Breach who married Ella Jane ESCOTT (1910-1963) in 1931 (see Brooms link below)


* Holly Alma Breach
* married Bertram Ernest SINCLAIR (1879-1918) in 1905
* base born son of Frances Mary Ann SINCLAIR
* Bertram & Holly were Storekeepers in Rakaia
* their known children:
1906 - Margaret Annie Sinclair
1907 - Holly Mabel Sinclair
1910 - Jack Alexander Sinclair
1911 - Dorothy Grace Sinclair
1913 - Bertram Ernest Sinclair
* On 2 June 1918 at his residence, 263 North road, North-East Valley, Bertram Ernest, the beloved husband of Holly Alma Sinclair; in his thirty-ninth year. "At rest"


* Isabella Sarah Breach
* married Frederick William CAMPBELL in 1877
* daughter of Samson George BREACH & Emma PENGELLY
* their known children:
1879 - Rosetta Margaret Campbell
1880 - Isabella Lydia Breach Campbell
1882 - Susannah Campbell
1886 - Elizabeth Ellen Campbell
1889 - Catherine Glass Campbell
1897 - Frederick William Campbell


* Ivy Alma Breach
* married Richard TREVELLA in 1905
* daughter of William Henry BREACH & Betsie Annie PEARSON
* their known children:
1907 - Gladys Emma Rita Trevella
1909 - Arthur Stephen Trevella
1911 - Richard Henry Trevella


* Jane Breach
* married Thomas BROWN in 1889


* Lydia Breach (1865-1949)
* married Henry JONES in 1889
* daughter of Samson George BREACH & Emma PENGELLY
* their known children:
1891 - 1948 James Andrew Jones
1896 - 1897 John Feiston Jones
1898 - John Feiston Jones
1899 - 1921 Albert Matai Jones


* Mary Breach
* married James HARVEY in 1889


* Myrtle Eliza Breach (1890-1923)
* married James Edward BAKER in 1916


* Sarah Elizabeth Breach (1858-)
* married George TOPP in 1878
* daughter of William & Martha BREACH
* their known children:
1879 - Eliza Ellen Topp
1881 - Elizabeth Emily Topp
1882 - William Henry Topp
1884 - Eliza Annie Topp
1887 - Caroline Agnes Topp
1893 - Lily May Topp


* Susan Ann Breach (1859-1952)
* married Philip Henry AMBERYN in 1878
* daughter of Samson George BREACH & Emma PENGELLY


* Sylvia Martha Elizabeth Breach (1903-)
* married Nicholas James KELLY (1901-1938) in 1924
* daughter of Alfred John BREACH & Emmeline RAINHAM
* son of James KELLY & Margaret Mary LONERGAN


* Wilhelmina Elizabeth Jane Ruddock Breach
* married Alfred KENNISH in 1921
* daughter of William George BREACH & Phoebe Elizabeth MAGINESS


* Yruth Janeive Venorah Breach (1877-1959)
* married Henry Wilfred NORDSTRUM (1871-1918) in Kaipara 1914
* daughter of Moses Somes BREACH & Elizabeth Jane HEATH
* Yruth remarried to Alfred Duncan Gray ADAMS (1884-1966), a Horse Trainer in Auckland
* Alfred was a son of William ADAMS & Amelia Elizabeth FRYER
* Yruth died 8 Jan 1959 aged 82. Alfred died 6 Sep 1966 aged 82. Their ashes were scatterd from Waikumete


the BREACH GROOMS

Richard Watson PARKER - Blenheim

RICHARD WATSON PARKER (1835-1899)
- was born in Greenwich, London, son of Edward Stone Parker (1802-1865) & Mary Cook WOOLMER (?-1842) who sailed to Sydney, Australia in 1839 with their 6 sons & became a Methodist preacher and assistant Protector of Aborigines

He married Alice Watson JACKSON (1854-1931) in 1875
- 1 of 6 children of Adam JACKSON & Allis SIDEBOTTOM who married 1841 in Stockport, England & became pioneer settlers of Runnimede, Blenheim

On July 21 1875 at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev G. S. Harper, Mr Richard Watson Parker, of Blenheim, to Alice Watson, second daughter of Mr Adam Jackson, Runnimede, near Renwick


RICHARD & ALICE had 8 daughters:
... 1
1876 - 1963 Alice Woolmer Parker
- named after her paternal grandmother
- Alice married Robert Talmage RUSH (1876-1913) in 1899
- they had at least 10 children


... 2
1877 - 1897 Ida May Parker
- Ida died aged 20


... 3
1880 - ? Amy Armstrong Parker
- Amy married Edward Alfred Stone PARKER (1876-1946) in 1906 (they were cousins)
On 6th Feb 1906 at the Church of Nativity, by the Ven Archdeacon Grace; Amy Armstrong Parker, third daughter of the late R. W. Parker, Grove Road, Blenheim, to Edward Alfred Stone Parker, of Granity, son of the late Edward Lancelot Parker, C.E., Victoria
... A quiet wedding was solemnised at the Church of the Nativity yesterday afternoon, the contracting parties being Mr Edward Alfred Stone Parker, C.E., of Victoria, and Miss Amy Armstrong Parker, third daughter of the late Mr R. W. Parker, of Grove Road, Blenheim. The Ven. Archdeacom Grace was the officiating minister. The bride, who was attended by Miss Mary parker as bridesmaid, was given away by her uncle, Mr W. B. Parker. The bridegroom was assisted by Mr Shirley Parker as best man. The bride wore a tailor-made travelling costume of grey tweed; the bridesmaid was gowned in pink Panama cloth, with hat to match. After the ceremony a large circle of guests were entertained at afternoon tea by the mother of the bride and the customary healths were drunk. The happy couple left by the four o'clock train for Granity. West Coast, where Mr Parker pursues his vocation as lay preacher for the Church of England. In the evening a large party of young people assembled at the residence of the bride's mother, Grove Road


... 4
1883 - 1973 Mary Emma Parker
- Mary did not marry


... 5
1887 - 1960 Violet Edna Parker
- Violet married John WRIGHT in 1915


... 6
1888 - 1971 Irene Vera 'Rene' Parker
- Irene married Charles Gray Campbell GEE (1883-1943) in 1911
- Charles was in partnership with Andrew Duncan McLaughlan as Land, Estate and General Commission Agents at Blenheim until 1915


... 7
1891 - 1973 Doris Winifred Parker
- Doris married Victor Andrew LOGAN (1889-1975) in 1915
- Victor was a Telegraph Operator in Blenheim


... 8
1894 - 1985 Gladys Maud Parker
- Gladys married Roy HOLDAWAY (1894-1966) in 1920
- son of John Frederick Ernest HOLDAWAY & Mary Ann Emma KIRBY



NOTES
19 Oct 1878
... Richard Watson Parker was nominated as a Candidate for Election as Conservator to supply an Extraordinary Vacany at the Lower Wairau District


10 March 1884
... Richard Watson Parker, storekeeper of Grove Road, was a witness in Court describing a drunken fight between James Andrill and Henry Sutherly


in November 1888
... Richard applied for parcel of land No 435, as did his brother, William Benoni Parker (1837-1911), youngest son


On 10 March 1890
... Eichard Watson Parker, Storekeeper of Blenheim, filed for Bankruptcy


30 Nov 1897
... Richard is on the jury in the Court case of Mills v Christchurch Press Company in a libel action. The other jurors were: John Annear, William Cumming, Robert Beatson (foreman), William Henry Buckman, Charles John Fulton, Robert March Harding, Harry Hillam, Edward Bayley Mabin, Edward Mead, Alexander Mowat & John Charles Poole


8 May 1899
... BLENHEIM this day - Richard Watson Parker, a storekeeper, 64 years of age, a very old resident of the district, died suddenly this morning from heart disease while engaged in turning some hay in a paddock

PARKER, Richard Watson
... It is our painful dity to-day to announce the death of Mr Richard Watson Parker, storekeeper, of Grove road, which occurred suddenly this morning. The deceased was engaged with Mr W. Mills, one of his employees, turning hay in his paddock in Hutcheson street. They were working at opposite ends of a row, intending to meet in the middle of the row, and on looking up Mr Mills saw that Mr Parker had fallen; and found on going over to him that he was quite dead. The cause of death was heart disease. Deceased was sixty-four years of age on the 4th inst., and had not been ailing to the time of his death. Yesterday he was out and about as usual.
Mr Parker first arrived in Marlborough in 1865 from Australia, and about 1866 embarked in partnersihp with his brother, Mr W. B. Parker, in the business of general storekeeper. The partnership was dissolved in 1883, the deceased keeping on the business, in which he has continued up to the present time. He was also connected as a contractor with the formation of the Blenheim-Awatere railway, but unfortunately, the venture did not turn out successfully.
Mr Parker did not actively engage in local politics, although he served two terms of office on the local River Board, during the second term occupying the office of Chairman of the Board. He was highly esteemed and respected for his many good qualities by a large circle of friends, who will extend their hearty sympathy to his widow and family of seven daughters in their sad bereavement.
In consequence of Mr Parker's death the social to have been held in Wesley hall on Wednesday evening, and also the meeting of the W.C.T.U. to-morrow, have been postponed


Richard is buried Plot 7, Block 12 at Omaka Cemetery
Alice died 11 January 1931 aged 77 & is buried with him


PHOTO
Edward Stone Parker

father of Richard Watson & William Benoni Parker


William Henry TOBIN + Laura BROWN - Tauranga


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