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the HARTs at Kadina Cemetery South Australia

The HARTs that are buried in the Copper Coast town of Kardina are:

Fanny Ethel Matilda Hart 1879-1959
- Path 53 - Block 73

Greta Benetia Hart 1905-1992
- Path 62 - Block 4

Jeremia Hart 1878-1964
- Path 53 - Block 73

Richard Benjamin Hart 1903-1983
- Path 62 - Block 4

Shirley Hart age unknown
- died 29-9-1936
- Path 12 - Block 77s

Thomas Rusher Hart 1821-1874
- Path 28 - Block 82


The database for the Copper CoastCemeteries South Australia includes burials for for Kadina, Wallaroo, Moonta and Greens Plains Cemeteries

the HARTs at Clareville Cemetery, Carterton Wairarapa

the HARTs buried in the Clareville Cemetery in Carterton New Zealand are:

Amy Agnes Hart 1875-1960
- Plot 216
- buried with John McIntish BRIGHT, Margaret Ann Shaw REID

Dulcie Zena Hart 1906-1906
- died aged 9 months
- daughter of Herbert Ernest Hart & Minnie Alma Eleanor RENALL
- Plot 42

Frances Fanny Hart 1854-1929
- Plot 5

George WIlliam Hart 1879-1955
- Plot 1 - Row 1 - Block 1

Jane Hart 1880-1960
- Plot 1 Row 1 - Block 2

John Hart 1853-1942
- Plot 6

John Hart 1861-1918
- Plot 120
- buried with Mary Ann

Mary Hart
- ashes in Plot 101 with Sidney Howard Hart

Mary Ann Hart (nee UDY) 1861-1943
- born in Greytown, Wairarapa
- Plot 120
- buried with husband John

Mary Ann Hart (nee Reid) 1857-1907
- Plot 18
- buried with husband William

Seth Mattison Hart 1828-1911
- born Birmingham, West Midlands - 140km S of Runcorn
- emigrated to South Australia married in Clarendon
- moved to NZ between 1864 and 1867
- Plot 102 with wife Thirza

Sidney Howard Hart 1919-1992
- ashes in Plot 101

Thirza Hart (nee DIX) 1831-1914
- wife of Seth Mattison Hart
- Plot 101 with Seth

Walter Alfred Hart 1877-1955
- Plot 217 with Evelyn Mary STUBBS, & Charles REID

William Hart 1850-1913
- Plot 17
- buried with wife Mary Ann (nee Reid)

the HARTs at Clarendon-Kangarilla Cemetery, City of Onkaparinga, South Australia

this is the database for the 6 cemeteris in the City of Onkaparinga in South Australia
* Cherry Gardens
* Happy Valley
* Morphett Vale Scotch
* Morphett Vale Bains
* Coromandel Valley
* Clarendon/Kangarilla

City of Onkaparinga Cemeteries

the HARTs (whose descendants are buried in the Clareville Cemetery, Carterton New Zealand) that are buried at the Clarendon-Kangarilla Cemetery are:

Arthur Maxwell 'Max' Hart 1917-2000
- lived in Malvern
- husband of Marjory
- Plot 1 - Section H

Arthur P C Hart 1888-1965
- lived in Unley Park
- husband of Emily Grace
- Plot 10 - Section H

Elizabeth Hart 1863-1945
- lived in Kangarilla
- Plot 269 - Section Old
- buried with husband Phillip Edmund Hart

Emily Grace Hart 1887-1960
- lived in Unley Park
- wife of Artur P C
- Plot 10 - Section H

John Hart 1794-1875
- born in Ranton, Stafford, Staffordshire, England
- emigrated to South Australia in 1839 on the LADY LIFORD
- husband of Lucy
- Plot 2 - Section Old

Lucy Hart 1791-1883
- born in Eynsham, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
- emigrated to South Australia in 1839 on the LADY LIFORD
- lived in Clarendon
- wife of John
- Plot 1 - Section Old

Marjory Helen Hart 1915-1980
- wife of Arthur Maxwell 'Max'
- lived in Malvern
- Plot 2 - Section H

Mary Ann CHAPMAN (nee Hart)
- daughter of John & Lucy above
- lived in Clarendon
- Plot 3 - Section Old
- buried with husband James Paul Chapman

Phillip Edmund Hart 1884-1913
- lived in Kangarilla
- Plot 270 - Section Old
- buried with wife Elizabeth

Frederick Christian ZANTUCK Richmond, Tasmania to Woodville New Zealand

Frederick Christian ZANTUCK was born in 1885 in Richmond, Tasmania Australia
- his parents were Louis Herman Joseph Zantuck & Mary Kline of Hutton Park, Jericho, Tasmania
- his paternal grandparents, Johan Frederick Augustus Zantuck and Louisa Johanna Hormuth, were from Deutsch Netkov, Frankfurt, Prussia.
They had emigrated to Tasmania on the SAN FRANCISCO which departed from Hamburg, arriving in Hobart 2 Nov 1855 with 42 immigrants on board.
German-speaking Immigration in Tasmania in the 19th Century


Frederick's siblings were:
22 May 1882 - Louisa Matilda May Zantuck
- married Arthur Barwick

31 May 1884 - Ida Minnie Grace Zantuck

19 April 1888 - Elvie Mina Zantuck

10 Nov 1890 - Vera Mary Zantuck
- married Robert Tillack

28 May 1893 - Hidla May Zantuck

18 Jan 1896 - Vernon Louis Zantuck
- married Bridget McAuliff


- Frederick married Ethel Jane ?
- he served in WWI with the NZ Force at the age of 31

Serial No.: 39928

First Known Rank: Private
Occupation before Enlistment: Grocer
Next of Kin: Mrs E.J. Zantuck (wife) 7 Angus Avenue, Wellington South, New Zealand
Body on Embarkation: New Zealand Expeditionary Force
Embarkation Unit: 23rd Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Regiment, B Company
Embarkation Date: 14 March 1917
Place of Embarkation: Wellington, New Zealand
Transport: HMNZT 79
Vessel: Ruapehu
Destination: Devonport, England

They were living in Wellington in 1917

Frederick died aged 82 on 18th OCtober 1967
- he is buried in PLOT 43, BLOCK A at RSA Woodville Cemetery
- the burial details have him incorrectly listed as 67

Ethel Jane died aged 66 in 1954
- her burial details unknown at this time

thanks to 1daisy and her message of 9-2-2011:
... I do not know where you obtained your information for the familytreecircles, however it would appear you have two families mixed as there were two Frederick Christian Zantucks and their fathers were brothers.
One, (my uncle) I know went to New Zealand, I do not know if her was in the Armed forces. I do know the other FCZ was in the Forces. The siblings mentioned in the article refer to my family although there was a sibling missing - Eileen (married William Ray) dob born 8th March 1901 dod 11 June 1940. Another fact I do know and that is both FCZ's had siblings of the same name -
Another fact I know is that my uncle FCZ died prior to 1965 - not sure when but I do remember bringing my father home from hospital the day he died, and VLZ didnt die until 1965.
Another fact which is not correct is that Ida Minnie Grace born 22 May 1982 should be Ida Minnie May.
I realize that it may be confusing with cousins having the same names but the father of FCZ who was in the Forces was John Frederick born 7 June 1858 - dont know the mothers name.
My email is [email protected] and I would be interested to hear your comments ...

- 1daisy posted a journal 9-2-2011:
ZANTUCH to ZANTUCK

A family tree for this family of ZANTUCK by the Archives Office of Tasmania

Francis Frederick ELMBRANCH Stockholm to Woodville

Francis Frederick Elmbranch was born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1841 a son of Frederick Aronquist and ?

Francis received his Naturalization papers on 18th September 1868 - he was reported as a fencer of Wakaroa, Hawkes Bay and also kept an accommodation house
- he died in 1899 aged 58

He married Annie Hansina GRONNEBECK in Woodville in 1882
- she was a daughter of Jorgen Gronnebeck and Bodil Marie Missen who were from Maugstrup, Schleswig, Denmark and had emigrated to New Zealand with 6 children after 1867
- Annie died in Auckland aged 74 in 1931

The seven known children of rances and Annie were:

Annie Hansine Elmbrach 1881-1964
- born in Wellington

Jorgen Frederick Elmbranch 1882-1917
- born in Norsewood
- he was killed in action in Ypres Belsium aged 35

Mary Louisa Elmbranch 1884-1886
- died an infant

Mary Louisa Elmbranch 1886-?
- born in Dannevirke
- married Joseph MCartney WILSON

Georgina Catrina Elmbranch 1889-?
- born in Dannevirke
- married John Watson

George Laurensen 1891-1976
- born in Dannevirke
- married Florence HALL
- George died in Auckland aged 85

Jacobina Frances Elmbranch
- born in Dannevirke

Clara May Elmbranch 1895-1983
- born in Dannevirke
- married Jessie DAVEY
- Clara died aged 98

Charles Leander Elmbranch 1897-1959
- married Mina Constance LANNAN
- Charles died aged 61 in 1958

Johann 'Jack' TAUCHER 1873-1959 - Bohemia to Otaki

Johann TAUCHER was a son of Josep TAUCHER & Josepha HOLMAN of Spindleruv Mlyn - northern Czech Republic

Josep and Josepha emigrated to New Zealand on the TERPSICHORE (their name is written as Daucher) in 1876

Johann married Isabella PECK in Lower Hutt in 1896
- they had:

1896-1956 John Percival Taucher
- born in Naenae
- married Kathleen TALL
- John died aged 59 in Palmerston North

1900-1958 Leonard Charles Samuel Taucher
- born in Naenae
- married Effie WALSH
- Leonad died aged 57 in Otaki

1902-1979 Frederick George Taucher
- born in Taita
- married Annie GLAISTER
- Frederick died aged 76 in Otaki

1904-1974 Norman Harold Taucher
- born in Naenae
- married Elsie NICOLLS
- Norman died aged 69

1906-1965 Raymond Joseph Taucher
- born in Naenae
- married Aileen Jean MERWOOD
- Raymond died aged 58

1910-1988 Maisie Isabella Taucher
- born in Naenae
- married Alan McARTHUR
- Maisie died aged 78 in Lower Hutt

1915-1992 Ivy Joyce Taucher
- born in Kuripuni, Masterton
- married Norman WILLIS
- Ivy died aged 76

1919-1988 Dorothy Kathleen Taucher
- born in Kuripuni, Masterton
- married William ARNOLD
- Dorothy died aged 69

Michael John CRADDOCK + Elzabeth Ann BRYAN - Christchurch, New Zealand

Michael John CRADDOCK was born in 1854
- he died in Christchurch in 1939

he married Elizabeth Ann BRYAN in 1877
- Elizabeth was born in 1858
- she died in 1926 in Christchurch

their children were:
1879-1885 Maude Frances CRADDOCK
- Maude died in Christchurch aged 6

1880-1958 William Henry John CRADDOCK
- died in Christchurch aged 78

1882-1949
Edwin Samuel CRADDOCK
- died aged 66 in Christchurch

1886-1963 Sussanah Mary CRADDOCK
- married Alfred James CADE

1896-1946 Minnie Elizabeth
- married Stanley Beckenham KERSHAW

John Daniel CADE + Mary Ann ROBINSON - Wiltshire to Masterton

John Daniel CADE born in 1852 in Swindon
He married Mary Ann Robinson (1854-1923) in England
They had one daughter in 1874 then emigrated to New Zealand
Another child was born in Upper Hutt in 1875
This dates their voyage to NZ between 1874-1875

John worked in Wellington for a time on the railway construction over the Rimutaka Hill
He later moved to Masterton where he was in sawmilling
Later he moved to Christchurch and worked at the Railway Workshop as a fitter

John died in 1920 aged 67
Mary Ann died in 1939 aged 69, apparently in Masterton
- neither of their burials yet found

The known children of John & Mary:
1874-1939 Elizabeth Ellen Cade
born in Stepney, London
- married Ezekial George PRICE (1873-1946) in Masterton 1895 and had 9 children
'Zeke' was a Train Driver. They lived in Solway for a time
they both died in Masterton & buried Archer Street

1875-1921 George Cade
born in Upper Hutt
- George married Myra Gertrude WALKER (1883-1955) in 1910
1st of 8 children of Zealand Tasman Walker & Clara Elizabeth Berry
- George & Myra had 4 known children
- George next married Mary Elizabeth Walker (1885-1961) in 1914
- Myra & Mary may have been related but not sisters
(Myra remarried in 1921 to Robert McFarlane

1878-1946 Ada Emily Cade
- married George Hubert ELLIOTT (1887-1959) in 1920
- George next married Vera Emily Wilson HILL in 1925
- Ada's death date unknown

1880-1963 Mary Ann Cade
- married Percy THORNTON in 1916
- Mary died aged 82

1882-1972 John Benjamin Cade
born in Carterton ?
- married Mary Ellen JOYCE in 1913
- John died aged 89 in Christchurch

1884-1963 Alfred James Cade
- born in Opaki, Masterton
- married Sussanah Mary CRADDOCK in 1910
- Alfred died aged 79

1887-1957 Ernest Bertram Cade
- born in Masterton
- marriage not found
- Ernest died aged 70 in Tuarangi Home, Ashburton

1889-1958 Leonard Arthur Cade
born in Masterton
- married Mary THORN in 1916
- Leonard died aged 68

1891-1963 Alice Bertha Cade
born in Masterton
- married Stanley James SMITH in 1920
- Alice died aged 70

1893-1970 Eunice Isabel Cade
born in Masterton
- married Ernest Harold SWALLOW (1894-1989) in 1918
possibly lived in Christchurch

1896-1976 Lillian May Cade
- married Frank Moyse MITCHELL (1893-1979) in 1921
Frank served in WWI as Bombardier Second Lieutenant, 2/112, 38th Reinforcements, New Zealand Field Artillery, NZEF from 1914 (He was fined in the Nelson court 5s for having failed to render personal service in 1912, a breach of the Defence Act). He was a Butcher at 25 Avon street, Christchurch when he enlisted in 1914. His mother Ann, (Mrs Frank Walter Mitchell) was living in Grey Lynn, Auckland in 1915 when he was wounded in the thigh, she was later c/o Island Bay House, Island Bay, Wellington. Frank was awarded the Military Cross in 1918
- Lillian died aged 79

George EPPS & Emily HUSBAND - New Zealand

George EPPS married Emily Elizabeth HUSBAND in New Zealand in 1886

their known children are:

1887-1976 Emily ELia Epps
- Emily married Philip James QUAYLE in 1915

1888-1904 Arthur Thomas

1890-1956- Lavinia Alice Epps
- Lavinia married John PAGE in 1913

1891-1976 Rachel Epps
- Rachel married Lew Henry HAMBLING in 1914

1893-1972 Annie Louise Epps
- Annie married Malcolm BLACK in 1911

1895 - William George

1898-1973 Lily Epps
- Lily married George WARREN in 1928