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Thomas JUKES of New Zealand

Looking for more information on Thomas Jukes and his descendants

Thomas Jukes was born in 1852
- unknown where
He married Elizabeth ?
-unknown surname

Their children (all born in New Zealand) were:
Eliza Jane Jukes
- born in 1876
- died in ?
- married Henry Alfred WILSON in 1898
- their children were:
1900 - Thomas Henry Wilson
1902 - Arthur George Wilson
1904 - Fredrick Cecil Wilson
1905 - Violet Elizabeth Jessie Wilson
1908 - Cyril Raymond Wilson

Annie Louise Jukes
- born in 1878
- died in 1951
- married Walter LAWSON in 1899
- their known children were:
1900 - Annie Ellen Elizabeth Lawson
1903 - Florence Francoise Lawson
1905 - Alice Josephine Lawson
1908 - Walter Thomas Leslie Lawson

William Edwin Thomas Jukes
- born in 1880
- died in 1940
- married Laura Violet HANNEN in 1904
- married Grace Muriel SAINT in 1927

Sarah Helen/Ellen Jukes
- born in 1882
- died in ?
- married Henry Aubery CONNER in 1900

George Arthur Jukes
- born in 1885
- died in 1966
- married Catherine DOOLING in 1910

Mary Evangeline Jukes
- born in 1887
- died in 1887 an infant
- buried at Terrace End, Palmerston North

Walter David Juke
- born in 1888 in Feilding
- died in 1905 aged 16 in a bushfelling accident in Ohau

Lily May Jukes
- born in 1890
- died in 1961 in Eltham, Taranaki
- married Henry Douglas DRAKE in 1908
- Henry/Harry was born 1880 in Normanby, Taranaki
- he died 1956 in Raetahi

Daisy Violet Rose Juke
- born in 1894
- died in 1969
- married Frederick James CROWE in 1910

John Wilfred Jukes;
- born in 1895
- died in 1895 aged 3 weeks

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SHERRARD of Pongaroa, Wairarapa

Pongaroa is a small township 50km east of Pahiatua

There are 5 SHERRARD buried in Pongaroa Cemetery

Albert Sherrard 1905-1907
- died aged 2 years 4 months
- son of Thomas Sherrard & Emily Agnes Cox
- buried Plot 45, Block 4

Emily Agnes Sherrard (nee Cox) 1874-1959
- died aged 85 years 6 months
- wife of Thomas Sherrard
- mother of Albert
- buried Plot 8, Block 15

Rona Sherrard 1905-1989 (nee ?)
- lived at 13 Ranfurly St, Dannevirke
- wife of Thomas James Sherrard
- died aged 84
- buried Plot 10, Block 15

Thomas Sherrard 1852-1937
- died aged 85 years and 3 days
- husband of Emily Agnes Cox
- farmer in Pongaroa
- buried Plot 7, Block 15

Thomas James Sherrard 1896-1988
- lived at 13 Ranfurly St, Dannevirke
- died aged 92
- buried Plot 9, Block 15
- husband of Rona

the MAYs buried in the Dannevirke, Pahiatua, Woodville region

The MAYs buried in the Dannevirke, Pahiatua, Woodville region

Elizabeth May 1852-1914
- buried Plot 58 Block D at Settlers Dannevirke
- buried with both Henry May

Florence Edith May 1895-1980
- buried Plot 33 Block 8 at Lawn Woodville

Gladys Irene May 1925-1950
- never married
- buried Plot 41 Block ZP at Mangatera Dannevirke
- buried with William Thomas May

Henry May 1883-1901
- buried Plot 58 Block D at Settlers Dannevirke

Henry May 1856-1916
- buried Plot 58 Block D at Settlers Dannevirke

John Henry May 1888-1930
- farmed at Te Rehunga, Dannevirke
- buried Plot 38 Block AB at Mangatera Dannevirke

Kenneth Hayward Taylor May 1890-1979
- buried Plot 58 Block B at RSA Woodville

Robin David May 1963-1963
- died aged 3 days
- buried Plot 23 Block AG at Mangatera Dannevirke

Thelma Caroline Hevenson May 1910-1989 (nee ?)
- lived at Ballance, Woodville
- buried Plot 167 at Mangahao-Ballance Pahiatua
- buried with William May

Thomas James May 1886-1959
- buried Plot 26 Block CL at Mangatera Dannevirke
- married Moren Christina Nielsen

Violet Mary May 1887-1910
- buried Plot 7 Block 3 at Mangatainoka Pahiatua
- daughter of Joseph & Sarah May

William May 1909-1978
- farmer at Ballance, Woodville
- buried Plot 167 at Mangahao-Ballance Pahiatua
- buried with Thelma Caroline Hevenson May

William Thomas May 1928-1945
- buried Plot 41 Block ZP at Mangatera Dannevirke
- buried with Gladys Irene May

Some New Zealand STEWARTs with OLIPHANT in their names

Some of the STEWART's who have died in New Zealand with the 'Oliphant' name:

1. 1884 - 1958 Albert Oliphant AKA Te Tawhero Stewart
- son of Charles Edward Oliphant Stewart 7 & Lily Tetawera
- father of 5. & 20..
- brother of 13.
- His mother died when he was four, when his father remarried he was adopted by the Ngati Hokopu chief Hira Hotene and his wife, Te Waipunohu
- Married Adeline Celia McKay in 1907 and had 11 children

2. 1871 - 1934 Alfred Herbert Oliphant Stewart
- married Sarah Ellen Callaghan in 1905
- father of 17.
- Also had a daughter Edna May Oliphant Stewart

3. 1913 - 1972 Alfred Herbert Oliphant Stewart

4. 1894 - 1985 Allan Henry Oliphant Stewart

5. 1909 - 1976 Bertrand Oliphant Te Apatu Stewart
- from Tolaga Bay, served in the 2nd NZEF, 28th Maori Battalion WW2, Serial #68397.
- Son of 1.

6. 1928 - 2010 Bruce Oliphant Stewart

7. 1862 - 1921 Charles Edward Oliphant Stewart
- father of 1.

8. 1911 - 1999 Charles Oliphant Stewart
- from Whakatane, served in the 2nd NZEF, 28th Maori Battalion WW2, Serial #611058.
- Brother of 12. & 29.

9. 1917 - 1945 David Oliphant Stewart
- from Auckland, Killed in Action WW2, Royal New Zealand Air Force, 4 Squadron, #NZ413901

10. 1878 - 1946 David Oliphant Stewart
- son of John Tiffin & Frances Ann Stewart

11. 1900 - 1901 David Richard Oliphant Stewart

12. 1918 - 1993 Donald Oliphant Stewart
- from Whakatane, served in the 2nd NZEF, 28th Maori Battalion WW2, Serial #26034.
- Brother of 8. & 29.

13. 1882 - 1956 Edward Oliphant Stewart
- son of 7. & Lily Tetawera
- brother of 1.

14. 1914 - 1983 Edward Oliphant Stewart

15. 1916 - 2001 Florence Ramari Oliphant (nee Maaka) Stewart

16. 1904 - 1966 Gladys Agnes Oliphant Stewart

17. 1908 - 1973 Gordon James Oliphant Stewart
- from Auckland, served in WW2 in Greece, North Africa & Italy, New Zealand Artillery. 4 Field Regiment. 26 Field Battery, Serial #1531.
- Medals:
* Distinguished Service Order
* 1939-45 Star
* Africa Star with
* 8th Army Clasp
* Italy Star
* Defence Medal
* War Medal 1939-1945
* New Zealand War Service Medal
* Efficiency Decoration (ED)
* Mentioned in Despatches (MiD).
- Son of 2.

18. 1901 - 1943 Herbert Oliphant Stewart
- served in WW2, New Zealand Military Forces, Temporary Service

19. 1910 - 1913 Hiraina Aporina Oliphant Stewart

20. 1911 - 1945 Horton Oliphant Stewart
- from Whakatane, Killed in Action Suda Bay, Crete WW2, #4183, 2nd NZEF, 2nd Echelon, 28th Maori Battalion, B Company.
- Son of 1.

21. 1910 - 1983 Ian Oliphant Stewart

22. 1922 - 2008 James Oliphant Stewart

23. 1912 - 1987 Joseph William Oliphant Stewart

24. 1904 - 1973 Lawrence Oliphant Stewart
- son of George Tiffin Stewart & Josephine Margaret O'Hanlon

25. 1909 - 1971 Maxwell Oliphant Stewart
- son of Harold Stewart & Mary Letitia Jackson

26. 1853 - 1945 Randolph Oliphant Stewart
- married Mary Ann Hooper in 1880.
- Named a son Randolph Oliphant (1885) & a daughter Annie Josephine Oliphant (1881)

27. 1926 - 1902 Robert Oliphant Stewart

28. 1888 - 1920 Robert Oliphant Stewart

29. 1919 - 1941 Robert Oliphant Stewart
- from Whakatane, Killed in Action WW2 Western Desert, 2nd NZEF, 28th Maori Battalion, Corporal, Serial #62695.
- Brother of 8. & 12.

30. 1867 - 1895 Walter Armitage Oliphant Stewart

Where it may have all originated from:
John Stewart of Rothesay, Bute, Scotland married Agnes Oliphant
- a biography of one of their sons: John Tiffin Stewart 1827-1913

HOLLEYMAN of Dunedin, New Zealand

John HOLLEYMAN (1855-1909)
- married Mary Ann KELLAGHER of Ireland (1865-1943)

John died 34 years before Mary Ann
- they are buried together in PLOT 9 - BLOCK 179A at the Northern Cemetery, Dunedin

The known children of JOHN & MARY ANN:

...1
Catherine Holleyman (1887-1988
- she was born in Dunedin
- she did not marry
- in her later years she lived in the Sacred Heart Home, Dunedin
- she died aged 101 and is buried in PLOT 8-BLOCK 1 at Green Park Cemetery Dunedin with her brother Forrest


...2
Jane Frances Holleyman (1888-1984)
- Janes was born in Dunedin
- she married Frederick Ernest Holleyman
- not known what relationship they were to each other before marriage
- Jane died aged 95, 15 years after Frederick, in the Little Sister Home in Dunedin and she is buried with husband Frederick and Ursula Holleyman (daughter ?)


...3
John Frederick Holleyman
- John was born in Dunedin
- he served in WWi
SERIAL NUMBER - 58869
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
OCCUPATION - Range-fitter
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs Mary Holleyman (mother), 334 King Street, Dunedin BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Expeditionary Force
EMBARKATION UNIT - 29th Reinforcements Otago Infantry Regiment, D Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 15 August 1917
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington, New Zealand
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 92
VESSEL - Ruahine
DESTINATION - Glasgow, Scotland
- no wife yet found for John
- he died aged 57 and is buried in PLOT 14 - BLOCK 15SF at Andersons Bay Cemetery


...4
George Henry Holleyman (1891-1937)
- George was born in Dunedin
- he married Bridget Duggan iN 1926
- he died aged 43, 29 years before Bridget
- he is buried with her in PLOT 35 - BLOCK 141 at Andersons Bay Cemetery


...5
Eva Clara Holleyman (1893-1965)
- Eva was born in Dunedin
- she married James William Fogarty in 1923
- he was a son of Francis Xavier Fogarty & Mary Claffey/Cluffey
- Eva died aged 71, 3 years after James
- they are buried in PLOT 61-BLOCK 238 at Andersons Bay cemetery


...6
Forrest Wood Holleyman (1895-1978)
- Forrest was born in Dunedin
- he was a Bootmaker living at 61 Grange St Dunedin
- he died aged 82 and is buried at Green Park Cemetery, Dunedin with his sister Caroline


photo
Andersons Bay Cemetery
, Dunedin


VIGGERS - Eketahuna, New Zealand

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

Ralph's father was:
CHARLES PERCY VIGGERS (1882-1970)
- 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:
ELIZABETH ROBINSON BAYLISS (1881-1973)
- 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

Hi
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


NATURALISATIONS - New Zealand 1890

Letters of naturalisation were sent to the following people of the Wellington, Wairarapa and Manawatu areas in November 1890


ANDERSEN - Jens Peter (1840-1928) settler, Halcombe
ANDERSON - Harry, labourer, Wellington
ANDERSON - Louis (1859-1903) labourer, Wellington
ANDERSON - William, labourer, Wellington

BASON - Pietro, settler, Normanby
BOLLINGER, Charles (1850-1928) cook, Martinborough
BOWMAN - Mathew, carpenter, Wellington
BRAUN - Hermann, labourer, Wellington

CHRISTINSEN - Vilhelm, farmer, Bunnythorpe

EHRHORN - Henry Simon Jacob Frederick (1853-1951) farmer, Campbellown

FAHRENBACH - Heinrich Wilhelm Ferdinand August Julius, general agent, Wellington

GOLINEZ - Nicholas, fisherman, Patea

HANSEN - Anton (1842-1924) labourer, Wellington
HOCKHEIM, Hermann (1856-1896) carpenter, Martinborough
HOFMEISTER - John (1849-1931) joiner, Wellington
HOVIND - John, labourer, Wellington
HOVIND - Hans Christian August (1852-1924) labourer, Wellington
HUDSON - Bernard George, labourer, Wellington

KEE - Ho (1866-1918) grocer, Hawera

LAMBERG - Victor, mariner, Wellington
LUNDQUIST - Erick Victor (1858-1917) labourer, Wellington
LUTHER - Henry Alfred (1860-1942) labourer, Wellington
LYNNEBERG - Lorentz (1861-1927) labourer, Kaiwarra

MANSON - Jacob Hans (1853-1939) farmer, Pahiatua
MEYER - Henry, labourer, Wellington
MULLER - Christian (1834-1918) settler, Halcombe

NELSON - Anders Frederick (1840-1925) labourer, Wellington
NELSON - William, labourer, Wellington

OLANSEN - Olans (1882-1944) labourer, Wellington
OLSEN - Alexander (1854-1918) labourer, Wellington
OLSEN - Christian, farmer, Kiwitea
OLSEN - Laurence Bernard (1862-1927) labourer, Wellington

PEDERSEN - Ole Mikalai (1853-1923) labourer, Wellington
PETERSEN - Hans (died 1915) gardener, Wellington
PETERSEN - Mathias August (1854-1939) seaman, Wellington

SCHERFF - Carl Kedich August, farmer, Marton
SCHERFF - Frederick, farmer, Marton

TARABOCHIA - Thomas (1852-1917) labourer, Wellington
TERRENI - Fabio Vinceneo (1838-1919) storekeeper, Wellington
TROXLER - Johann, carpenter, Wellington

VOSSELER - George Michael (1860-1944) baker, Wellington

WAPP - Hermann Julius (1862-1935) settler, Halcombe
WESTERHOLM - Otto (1852-1899) labourer, Palmerston North
WISCHNOWSKY - Carl, settler, Halcombe

George PITKETHLEY 1816 - 1880 - Scotland to New Zealand

George PITKETHLEY with his wife Jane (nee Watson) and their children emigrated to New Zealand on the HELENSLEE which arrived in Auckland on Thursday 22nd December 1864.

Their children were:
Mary Pitkethley 1838 - 1891
- married Thomas Tudehope

Lawrence Pitkethley 1840 - 1915
- married Margaret Flockhart

George Pitkethley 1843 - 1864
- died aged 19 months on the "Helenslee" enroute to NZ

Agnes Blair Pitkethley 1846 - 1882
- married James Johnston

David Watson Pitkethley (twin with John) 1849 - 1889
- married Isabella Mennie

John Gardner Pitkethley (twin with David) 1849 - 1925
- married Christina McNaughton
- married Fanny Louisa Evans

James Watson Pitkethley - 1853 - 1893
- married Agnes Sarah Crockett

Robert Pitkethley 1858 - 1927
- married Mary Caroline Lucy Purnell

William Pitkethley 1859 - 1913
- married Isabella Peace

George Pitkethley 1866 - 1867
- died aged 3 weeks in Auckland