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VOSS family buried in the Pahiatua-Eketahuna districts of New Zealand

The Voss family buried in the Eketahuna - Pahiatua - Woodville areas:

Jorgen "Emil" Voss 1848-1911
- he was a farmer of Horoeka Dannevirke
- he is buried in Pongaroa with wife Sarah Ann
Sarah Ann Voss 1858-1934
- of Rakaunui, Eketahuna
- she is buried in Pongaroa with husband "Emil"
Cissy Jane Voss 1881-1943
- she is buried in Old Gorge Woodville
Rose Elizabeth Voss 1882-1971
- of Pahiatua
- she is buried in Mangatainoka
Margaret Voss 1898-1969
- of Pahiatua
- she is buried in Mangatainoka
Edward James Clarence Voss 1908-1993
- sheep farmer of Pahiatua
- he is buried in Mangatainoka

There was a Emil Rudolf Theodore Voss who, on 2-4-1943, supplied the death details of Cissy Voss
- Emil was born 28-7-1882 died 1976

Another Emil Rudolf Theodore Voss died 1 year old in 1883

Emily Mist Jones & Harris - Woodgreen Hampshire to Woodville New Zealand

Emily was born in Woodgreen in Hampshire, England
she was a daughter of Vincent MIST and Mary Anna BAILLIE

Emily emigrated to Napier in 1877 at the age of 9 on the ship
Renfrewshire with her parents and 1 year old sister Mary.
The ship sailed from London on September 29th 1877, arriving in Hawkes Bay on the 4th January 1878.
It was placed in quarantine on account of scarlet fever having broken out

Emily married David JONES on 29th April 1886 at Waipawa at the home of Thomas Wooster
- David was from Cardiff, Wales
- they settled in Woodville

- they had seven children
Eva Jones 1887
- she married Charles Avis LYNCH
- she died in 1979 in Auckland

Emily Jones 1890 in Patoka
- she married Frederick William EBBETT
- she died in 1972 in Palmerston North

Charles Jones 1892 in Woodville
- he married Margaret Mary HANRAHAN
- he died in 1982 in Palmerston North

Percy Jones 1893 in Woodvile - 1984 in Havelock North
- he married Elizabeth Cameron McBain

Alice Jones 1894 in Woodville
- marriage unknown
- she died in 1981 in Palmerston North

Walter Jones 1896 in Woodville
- he married Lillian Trixie MORGAN
- he died in 1980 in Woodville

Annie Jones 1901 in Woodville
- she married Joseph HUNT

David Jones 1903 in Woodville - 1991 in Palmerston North
- he married Irene BERKAHN
- he died in 1992 in Palmerston North


Husband David died in 1902 aged 44 of pneumonia & quinsy
- Emily was then about 2 months pregnant with their 8th child David

Emily remarried in 1908 to John HARRIS, a farmer in Woodville.
- John died in 1927, 27 years before Emily

Cecil Leopold Jackson - 1882 Woodville, New Zealand

Cecil was a son of:
Alfred Benjamin Jackson and Susan Simson
- they married in 1866 in Nelson,
- Alfred, a saddler of Greytown declared bankruptcy in 1876
- he was on the Waiapu Electoral Roll in 1893, as a sheepfarmer at Rotokautuku (130km north of Gisborne) Poverty Bay
- Alfred's father was Benjamin Jackson, a shoemaker of Trafalgar street Nelson
- he had emigrated to New Zealand on the PHOEBE into Nelson on the 15th November 1842
- he had married Mary Ann Baker

Cecil's mother Susan was born 2 April 1844 to:
Emmanuel Ambrose Simson - about 1800-1871
- he had married Caroline Julian in 1843 in New Plymouth, Taranaki
- Caroline was born 16th Feb 1821 in Helston, Cornwall, England, a daughter of Richard Julian and Elizabeth White
- Caroline remarried on 25th May 1881 in New Plymouth to Henry Bailey 1820-1886, he is buried PLOT 3, LOT 19, Te Henui
- Caroline died in New Plymouth 1898, and is buried at St Mary's

- Susan had a brother, also named Emmanuel Ambrose Simson
- he married Elizabeth Emma Luckin and had 2 daughters and 7 sons

Cecil was 3 months old. He is buried in Od Gorge Cemetery, Woodville

PARMINTER - Woodville, New Zealand

There are 3 PARMINTER buried in the Old Gorge Cemetery, Woodville

Caroline Izetta Rose Parminter 1885-1885 age 5 weeks
PLOT 18 - BLOCK 19

Caroline Maria Parminter 1863-1885 aged 22
PLOT 18 - BLOCK 19
- she was the mother of Caroline above and the wife of James - it is stated in the last link below that she died in childbirth
- baby Caroline died aged 5 weeks

James Parminter 1850-1886 aged 36
PLOT 75 - BLOCK 15
James died 18 months after Caroline in an accident

- he left 2 boys aged 3 and 4 without any other family in New Zealand

- 3 years later there was a call for a Government Investigation concerning his sons

Oswald Fyffe LAMB - Auckland New Zealand

Oswald's parents were Archelaus Lamb and Mary Ann Fyffe

- Archelaus was one of 12 children to James Lamb and Mary Goddard who arrived in New Zealand about 1861 and established 'James Lamb and Son,' Funeral Home in Auckland

- Archelaus married twice
- his 2nd wife was Grace Marion Whitelaw
- Archelaus died on 14th June 1938 in Auckland, age 77

- Archelaus and Mary had 3 children:
Gwendoline Isabel Mary Lamb
- she married Oswald's wife's brother, Eric Smith Badger

Reginald James Lamb
- he married Irene Herriott

Oswald Fyffe Lamb
- he married Kathleen Aldam Smith Badger

Wilfred BADGER 1852 Yorkshire - 1915 Christchurch New Zealand

Wilfred Badger, was born 18th Feb 1852 in ROTHERHAM, South Yorkshire, England one of 6 sons and 4 daughters to
Henry Parkin Badger and Esther Sarah Wright
- he died 8th Oct 1915 in Christchurch aged 63 of Bulbar Paralysis
- read his obituary HERE
- he was living at 429 Gloucester St, Christchurch
- he is buried in PLOT 190, BLOCK 35 of the Linwood Cemetery
- Wilfred was a lawyer/solicitor/barrister - as were 2 of his brothers, as was his father and 2 of his brothers, as was his grandfather and 3 of his brothers
- he himself was up for trial in 1903
Lawyer against Lawyer

- there were 9 children listed in the Will (his 7th son, Lionel had died at Trentham Camp 3 months previously)

He married Edith Aldam Stapylton Smith,
- she was born 27th Dec 1855 in DONCASTER, South Yorkshire England
- she died in New Lynn, Auckland on the 8th Sep 1928 aged 73, 13 years after her husband
- she is buried with him in Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch
- Wilfred and Edith emigrated into Auckland on the Glenlora which left London on the 3rd August 1880, arriving in Auckland on the 29th October 1880 (not known at this time if they disembarked at Auckland or if the barque continued on to Christchurch) - with them were their 1st two sons, Bryan and Ronald

Their children, 7 sons and 3 daughters, were:

Bryan Smith Badger, born 1879 in Grovedale Cottage, Moorgate Road, Rotherham, England
- arrived on the GLENLORA as a 1 year old
- he died on 23rd Nov 1946 aged 67 (2 months after brother Ronald)
- he was living at 423 Gloucester St Christchurch (3 doors from his fathers house in 1915 - neither house appears to be still existing)
- he worked for the Christchurch City Council as an Examiner of Accounts
- he married Jane Graham
- she was born 1887 in Crieff, Scotland, came to New Zealand as an 8 year old, died aged 82 on 12th Oct 1959, 13 years after Bryan. She was living at 192 Bealey Ave (which was converted in 1996 into a Printmaking Studio - she is buried with Bryan in PLOT 70, BLOCK 21 at Ruru Lawn Cemetery

Ronald Smith Badger, born 4th Feb 1880 in
Grovedale Cottage, Moorgate Road, Rotherham, Yorkshire, England
- arrived on the GLENLORA as an infant
- he died on 18th Sep 1946 aged 66
- was living at 39 Hawkesbury Ave, St Albans, Christchurch (now town houses)
- he was a Real Estate Agent
- he married Sylvia Winifred Eames
- she was born 22nd Feb 1893 in Christchurch to Augustus "GUSS" Webber Eames
(NZ Government Audit Inspector) and Martha Eqerton Corker
- Sylvia died 28th Feb 1950 aged 63
- she is buried with Ronald in PLOT 63, BLOCK 19 at Ruru Lawn Cemetery

Edith Christine Smith Badger, born 24th Oct 1881 on the corner of Vogel Street & Stanmore Road, Richmond, Christchurch (now shops)
- she married Charles Reginald Ford (explorer, land agent, architect) on 2nd Sep 1908. He was born in 1880 in England, second son of Charles Matthew Ford, a butler, and his wife, Ellen Catherine McDonald
- they had 3 children
- Edith died aged 55 on 2nd Nov 1937, buried Block E - Row 39 - Plot 018A of Purewa Cemetery
- Charles remarried in Auckland on 10th July 1939 to Daphne Jessie Dannefaerd - he was then 59 and she was 35
- he died aged 92 on 19th May 1972 - his ashes are buried with Edith
- (Daphne died on 27th Feb 1987 aged 84 and was cremated at Purewa)

Wilfred Smith Badger, born 1883 in Linwood, Christchurch
- he married Ella Marion Gibb - was she a sister of Harriet Elizabeth Gibb who married Wildred's brother John Smith Badger
- Wilfred died 8th Sep 1944 aged 80, buried at Old Gorge Cemetery Woodville, Manawatu
- Ella died in 1963, aged 79 - she is also at Woodville

Eric Smith Badger, born 1885 in Linwood, Christchurch
- married Gwendoline Isabel Mary Lamb
- in 1915 he was farming at BULLS in the Manawatu
- died 29th March 1969, buried at Ashhurst with his wife
- Gwendoline was born 13th Feb 1892 to Archelaus and Mary Anne (nee Fyffe) Lamb, Gwendoline died 13th May 1972 at Wellington aged 80.
Her brother Oswald married Eric's sister Kathleen

Henry "HARRY" Smith Badger, born 1887 in Linwood, Christchurch
- in 1915 was farming in ASHHURST which is in the Manawatu
- he died in 1957 aged 69, burial unknown

Jessie Stapylton Smith Badger, born 1889 in Linwood, Christchurch
- she married Eric Robert Booth
- in 1915 they were farming in Bulls, Manawatu

John Smith Badger, born 12th Dec 1890 in Linwood, Christchurch
- he married Harriet Elizabeth Gibb, possibly in Christchurch as at least one child was born there
- in 1915 they were farming in Ashhurst, Manawatu
- he died in 1971 aged 80 in Hamilton, Waikato - burial unknown
- Harriet was born in 1892 to John Gibb and Mary Ella Powell
- she died in 1968 aged 75 in Hamilton, Waikato - burial unknown

Archibald "LIONEL" Smith Badger, born 18th Dec 1892 in Gloucester St, Linwood, Christchurch
- he was on the Christchurch staff of the Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation (name changed to Commercial Union Group then National Mutual then AXA New Zealand)
- he made several attempts to enlist with the NZEF from the beginning of the war but was rejected because of his eyesight. He finally managed to pass the doctors and left for Trentham Training Camp (photos at that link) in June 1915 with the Special Infantry Force as a Rifleman, Serial Number 24/39, with the New Zealand Training Unit
- he died on the 4th July 1915 (3 months before his father) at the
Trentham Racecourse Camp (article at end of that link)
- he was buried in PLOT 125P - PUBLIC2 SECTION of the Karori Cemetery Wellington on the 6th July 1915

Kathleen Aldam Smith Badger, born 1895 in Linwood, Christchurch
- in 1915 she was still in Christchurch, not married
- Kathleen died Xmas Day 1988 aged 93 in Auckland, her ashes are buried PLOT 095 ROW 32 BLOCK J at Purewa Cemetery
- she married Oswald Fyffe Lamb
- he was born 1894 to
Archelaus Lamb and Mary Ann Fyffe
- he was a brother of Gwendoline Lamb, above, who married Kathleen's brother Eric
- he died 25th Oct 1959 aged 65. His ashes are buried with her

Wilfred Smith BADGER 1883 - 1944 New Zealand

During WWI Wilfred Smith Badger was a Reservist (men who were resident in a particular area during the First World War who could be called on for military service)

He was listed as a farmer of Matemateaonga via Eltham - which is in Eastern Taranaki

His father was Wilfred Badger, born 18th Feb 1852 in ROTHERHAM, South Yorkshire, England
- he died 8th Oct 1915 in Christchurch aged 63 of Bulbar Paralysis
- he was living at 429 Gloucester St, Christchurch
- he is buried in PLOT 190, BLOCK 35 of the Linwood Cemetery
- he was a lawyer/solicitor/barrister as were 2 of his brothers, as was his grandfather and 3 of his brothers, as was his father and 2 of his brothers,

His mother was Edith Aldam Stapylton Smith, born 27th Dec 1855 in DONCASTER South Yorkshire England
- she died in Auckland on the 8th Sep 1928 aged 73, 13 years after her husband
- she is buried with him in Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch
- Wilfred and Edith emigrated into Auckland on the Glenlora which left London 0n the 3rd August 1880, arriving in Auckland on the 29th October 1880 (not known at this time if they disembarked at Auckland or if the bargue continued on to Christchurch) - with them were their 1st two sons, Bryan and Ronald

Wilfred's siblings were:
Bryan Smith Badger, born 1879 in Grovedale, Moorgate Road, Rotherham, England
- arrived on the GLENLORA as a 1 year old
- he married Jane Graham of Greiff, Scotland
- he died on 23rd Nov 1946 aged 67 (2 months after brother Ronald)
- he is buried in PLOT 70, BLOCK 21 at Ruru Lawn Cemetery, Christchurch

Ronald Smith Badger, born 1880 in England
- arrived on the GLENLORA as an infant
- he married Sylvia Winifred Eames of Christchurch
- he died on 18th Sep 1946 aged 66
- he is buried in PLOT 63, BLOCK 19 at Ruru Lawn Cemetery

Edith Christine Badger, born 24th Oct 1881 at Vogel street, Stanmore road, Christchurch
- she married Charles Reginald Ford of England
- she died aged 55 in 1937, burial unknown

Eric Smith Badger born 1885 in Christchurch
- he married Gwendoline Isabel Mary Lamb
- he died 29th March 1969, buried at Ashhurst in PLOT 011 - BLOCK 010 with his wife Gwenoline

Henry Smith Badger, born 1887 in Christchurch
- he died in 1957 aged 69, burial unknown

Jessie Stapylton Smith Bagder, born 1889 in Christchurch
- she married Eric Robert Booth
- in 1915 they were farming in Bulls, Manawatu

John Smith Badger, born 2th Dec 1890 in in Gloucester St, Linwood, Christchurch
- he married Harriet Elizabeth Gibb
- he died in 1971 aged 80 in Hamilton, Waikato - burial unknown

Archibald "LIONEL" Smith Badger, born 1893 in Christchurch
- he was a Rifleman, Serial Number 24/39, with the New Zealand Training Unit
- he died on the 4th July 1915 (3 months before his father) at the Trentham Racecourse Camp (scroll to end)
- he was buried in PLOT 125 P PUBLIC2 SECTION of the Karori Cemetery Wellington on the 6th July 1915

Kathleen Adlam Smith Badger, born 1895 in Christchurch
- she married Oswald Fyffe Lamb
- she died Xmas Day 1988 aged 93 in Auckland, her ashes are buried PLOT 095 ROW 32 BLOCK J at Purewa Cemetery

Frederick ALDERMAN 1890-1891 Woodville, New Zealand

Frederick Alderman was 11 months old

- his parents were:
William Alderman (1848-1912)
and Sarah Jane West (1862-1929)
- they married in New Zealand in 1884

their (known) children were:
1885 - Lucy

1886 - Ada Harriet

1887-1948 William - orchardist
- served in WWI as a Rifleman
- serial number 20072
- NZRB, 10th Reinforcements 2nd Battalion, F Company
- embarked 19 August 1916 for Devonport, England
- his mother was Mrs W. Alderman of Havelock North, Hawkes Bay
- married Annie Jane Trethewey (1882-1960) in 1929
- she was a daughter of Robert & Selina Trethewey

1889-1964 Richard
- married Bessie Franklin in 1917
- a daughter of Walter Franklin & Emily Williams

1890-1891 Frederick
- died aged 11 months

1894-1929 Arthur - clerk
- married Annie Jones in 1916
- served in WWI as a Corporal
- serial number 49135
- NZEF, 27th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Regiment, B Company
- embarked 12 June 1917 for Devonport, England
- his next of kin was his wife Annie, Don Bank Private Hotel, Wellington

1896-1897 Joseph
- Joseph died at 5 months

1898-1899 Donald OR Daniel Robert
- he died aged 6 months

1902-1980 Thomas Robert

1904- 1904 Ernest
- Ernest died aged 5 days


Frederick's details were provided by his father
- William Alderman on 3-9-1891

- A list of Aldermans buried at
Hastings Cemetery

- Mathew Alderman
- 1857-1933 at Terrace End, Palmerston North
- Philomene Alderman
- 1870-1937 at Terrace End, Palmerston North

A list of Aldermans who died in New Zealand in the 100 year period 1870-1970 who were born before 1929 (not including stillborn)

1827-1877 - Susannah aged 50
1890-1891 - Frederick aged 11 months
1824-1893 - Richard aged 69
1897-1897 - Joseph aged 5 months
1899-1899 - Daniel Robert aged 6 months
1904-1904 - Ernest aged 5 days
1860-1905 - James aged 45
1848-1912 - William aged 64
1852-1926 - Samuel aged 74
1862-1929 - Sarah Jane aged 67
1894-1929 - Arthur aged 35
1857-1933 - Matthew aged 76
1870-1937 - lderman Philomene aged 67
1858-1939 - Annie Louisa aged 81
1887-1948 - William aged 61
1950 - Wendy Lorraine aged 18 months
1882-1960 - Annie Jane aged 78
1890-1964 - Richard aged 74
1899-1969 - Gladys aged 70

Ernest Roden GRINLINTON - undertaker of WOODVILLE, New Zealand

Ernest Roden Grinlinton was born 24th August 1873 in (possibly) Yorkshire England

He was a son of William Nassau Grinlinton of Mountmellick, County Laois, Ireland and Jane Maguire Lingard of Warrington, Lancashire

He arrived as an infant with his parents and siblings on the WINCHESTER in 1874
He was a Cabinet-maker and Undertaker, Vogel Street,
Woodville, establishing his business in 1809

He was married to Elspeth ??
Can you please add her name and any children they may have had

John Massy STACPOOLE - Woodville New Zealand 1800s

John Stacpoole was born in Valletta, the capital city of Malta
- he was the son of Henry Stacpoole and Elizabeth Newell
- he married Emily Chadwick on 12th July 1881
- she was a daughter of John Chadwick of Beach House, Pahi (Northland)

Their (known) children were:
Eve Stacpoole
30th Sep 1884 - 1971 aged 87
- she did not marry (not verified)
Percy Stacpoole
12th May 1886 - 1st Aug 1955 aged 69
- he married Olive Lansdell 19th Jan 1917
- she was the daughter of Isaac Lansdell of Littlemount, Bracknell, Tasmania
- he went to school in Napier
- he was a Lieutenant in the NZ Militia
- he was a Chartered Accountant in Auckland
Harry Stacpoole
1888 - 18th July 1890 aged 2
May Stacpoole
4th May 1890 - 11th October 1982 (not verified)
Kathleen Stacpoole
7th Jul 1892 - October 1978 aged 86
- she married Herbert Thompson 1933
- only son of Robert Thompson of Snaith, East Riding of Yorkshire and later Christchurch, New Zealand
Sydney Harold Stacpoole
1893 - 5th Aprl 1972 aged 79
- he did not marry (not verified)
- he went to school in Napier
Ida Stacpoole
1895 Morere, Hawkes Bay - 4th Jul 1953 aged 58
- she married Leonard Wood, JP of Napier in 1919
- he was the second son of Samuel Wood of Napier
- their son Russell Wood, Serial Number - 417140, was a Pilot Officer with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, 44 Squadron and was killed in action in WWII and buried Nederweert War Cemetery, Limburg, Netherlands

* John had a General Store in Woodville
* he helped form, and was one of the Stewards of, the Woodville District Jockey Club
* he was an officer in the Lodge Ruahine, No 80, NZC (It began under the EC as No 2178, later to change to 80 NZC)

From the EVENING POST - 29th May 1893
FARMERS` CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION
- WOODVILLE THIS DAY -
A Farmers Co-operative Association is being formed in Woodville, the furnishing business of R.E. Grinlinton and the general stores of John Massey (sic) Stacpoole and W.L. Grinlinton being amalgamated for that purpose
- In 1894 the Co-op was in liquidation

John had a close working relationshop with
Robert Eldon Grinlinton

John was 46 when he died
- more deatils can be seen here:
John Massy Stacpoole