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Old Soldiers entertained at Government House - NZ 1900

* VETERANS AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE
* SEBASTOPOL DAY AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE
NOTES
*
Sebastopol Day celebrates the end of the main battle of the Crimean War - the 11 month siege of the Russian city of Sevastopol on the Black Sea, 17 Oct 1854 – 9 Sep 1855
* The A.C. FIELD FORCE, story of NZ's soldier police
* PHOTO of a group of veterans at the Government House fête in 1900

Evening Post, 10 Sep 1900
It was a happy thought which led His Excellency the Governor to invite the veterans of the Imperial Army and navy to dine at Government House, and the day chosen for the reception - the anniversary of the Battle of Sebastopol - was an appropriate occasion. It was a remarkable coincidence that about one third of the number of the soldiers who on Saturday responded to the call to fall-in on the lawn should have been veterans of the Crimea.
Punctually at 2 o'clock all sorts and conditions of men, but all wearing decorations on their breasts, met at the rendezvous, and were in due course ushered into the corridor. Some apologised to the orderly for having omitted to bring their invitation cards, whispering into his private ear - "As a matter of fact, you know, the missus kept it as a great memento!" The "That's quite right!" of the orderly came as a great relief to the nervous, who had feared that there was no admittance without a ticket. But they found that the silver badge of courage worn on the breast carried them throughout the afternoon.
The next ordeal for the nervous old warriors was hearing their names loudly called by the receiving Aide-de-Camp (Hon. C. Hill-Trevor) on their entry into the reception room, where Lady Ranfurly shook hands with all the guests and passed them along to Lord Ranfurly, who expressed his pleasure at having them with him that day and then introduced each soldier and sailor to his two daughters. The young ladies in turn greatly delighted the time-worn members of the party by helping them to their seats. The Hon. Mr Butler (Hon. Aide-de-Camp) also assisted in receiving and placing the guests.
Looking down the table from the Governor's left hand, the only two New Zealand Cross and their wearers in the assembly were conspicuous. The decoration is handsome and the men caught the eye also. Sergt. Sam Austin (of Wanganui) ... (more at link) and Private Tom Adamson ... (more at link)
There were quite a number of men at the gathering who had taken part in the disastrous engagement at Te Ngutu-o-te-Manu ('the beak of the bird') in which Von Tempsky and several other brace officers, as well as many of the rank and file, lost their lives ... more at top links
Excellent music was provided throughout the afternoon. Minifie's Orchestra contributed a programme of martial airs ...
During an interval in the proceedings the whole party adjourned to the lawn, where the Colonial, the Crimean, the China, the Kaffir and the Indian Mutiny veterans were photographed in separate groups. The afternoon was bright and sunshine, the Government House party made the hearts of the veterans glad with the warm welcome extended to them and the hands of the host and hostess were shaken in farewell, the soldiers of the Queen assured their sovereign's representative that Sebastopol Day would remain a red-letter day so long as memory lasted

Of the 200 invitations issued by Lord Ranfurly, 136 were accepted. A number of the guests came into Wellington by last night's and this morning's trains from all parts of the Island - from New Plymouth on the west and Napier on the east coast.
In the list of invitations given here-under, some of the records of the old soldiers have not been obtained and the initials "NZ" after the names mean that the veteran wears the New Zealand medal. There are no less that fifty Crimean veterans on the list, which will be found to include a few names of men who do not wear medals.
The following is the list:-
(my additions will be obvious)

... A
* Samuel ATKINS, Wellington, Sergt 78th Regiment, Persia and the Indian Mutiny medals
* Henry Mount Langton ATCHERLEY (1836-1904), Wellington, 1st Waikatos, NZ. Born 22 Jan 1836, Canterbury Kent, England, died Auckland 11 Nov 1904. A NZ soldier in the 1860s, Henry later took up watercolour painting. From 1877 he exhibited throughout NZ and travelled to Australia. His paintings were usually of Maori subjects, but sometimes of military operations
* Robert ALEXANDER , Kilbirnie, 65th NZ
* Samuel AUSTIN (1828-1903), Wanganui, Sergt 78th, NZ Cross and medal. Born Tandragee, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, died 25 Jan 1903, Wanganui. Enlisted aged 16 with the 65th (2nd North Yorkshire Riding) Regiment of Foot at Banbridge in Aug 1844. His father had also been a career soldier. Trained at the 65th's principal Irish Depot at Mullingar. One year later the regiment was ordered to the Chathams and then as escorts on convict ships to NSW, Australia. He was in a detachment of 35 men sent to Norfolk Island in Dec 1845. In 1846 he was sent with his regiment from Sydney to Wellington to assist quell Maori disturbances in that area. Went to the Maori war with the 78th Regiment, won the Cross three times
* F. APPLEYARD, New Plymouth, Crimea (got his medal in 1866)
(possibly?) Frederick Ernest APPLEYARD (1829-1911). Born 6 June 1829 in Surrey, England. British Army commander, served in numerous Victorian Era military campaigns including the Crimean and the Second Anglo-Afghan wars. He rose to the rank of major-general. But cannot find he came to NZ. More research
* Thomas ADAMSON, Taihape, Wanganui, NZ Cross. Was to General Whitmore what Burnham was to Lord Roberts in South Africa - the eye of the army, the chief of scouts. It is said that no man was under fire so often or saw so many engagements in the Maori wars as Tom. He was under fire 24 times in Taranaki and the Urewera. On his 25th engagement he received four bullets in his body yet brought out the badly wounded. He saw Von Tempsey killed. He avenged the murder of Broughton, the interpreter by lying in wait seven days for, and ultimately capturing, single-handed, the chief who ordered Broughton's death.
* Henry ARDEN, Wellington, MZ medal

... B
* John BRACE, Wellington, 52nd, Mutiny
* W. BUCK, Wellington, Colonial Defence Force, NZ
* E. H. BEERE, Wellington, Engineer Volunteers, NZ
* J. H. BROWN , Wellington, Hawkes Bay Volunteer, NZ
* Edwin BEZAR (1839-1936), Wellington, 57th NZ. At the funeral of Sergeant Sandbrook in July 1933, Edwin wrote ... "Seventy-seven years ago on, the 28th of last May Sergeant Sandbrook and I sailed from the Crimea in the steamship Etna. The whole of the 57th 'Diehards' and two Companies of the 14th Regiment were on board. We reached Constantinople next day, took in coal, and resumed the voyage, reaching Malta on Sunday night, June 1. Three years later a 2nd Battalion was formed to the 14th, and many, members 'of the 1st were transferred to the new battalion, the late Sergeant Sandbrook being one. That battalion came to New Zealand in 1860"
* W. H. BROOKS, Mangaweka, NZ
* James BROWN, Wellington, 18th NZ
* Hon. William Douglas Hall BAILLIE (1827-1922), M.L.C., Hon Capt 24th Regiment, Punjab etc. Born in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Arrived NZ after 1857, first elected to the Marlborough Provincial Council in 1860. He represented the Wairau electorate. He was the second Superintendent of Marlborough Province (1861-1863) and the longest-serving member of the NZ Legislative Council; 61 years, from 8 March 1861 to his death 24 Feb 1922. He was the second Chairman of Committees of the Legislative Council. From 1890, his vision deteriorated and later was totally blind. His wife would bring him into the Legislative Council chamber and put him into his seat. In Nov 1898, he attended the first reunion of past and present officers in the Imperial Service which took place at Godber's rooms on Cuba street. Captain Baillie died aged 95 at his daughter's residence in Maoribank, Upper Hutt
* Capt BARCLAY, Wellington, 24th Regiment. In Nov 1898, he attended the first reunion of past and present officers in the Imperial Service which took place at Godber's rooms on Cuba street
* G. J. N. BEAMISH, Wellington, Capt late H.M. 14th Foot Regiment, NZ.
22 Oct 1862 The ceremony at Wellington of laying the first stone of the buildings intended for the use of the Supreme Court and Resident magistrate was performed by his Excellency the Governor. A guard of honor, consisting of a company of the 14th Regt., under the command of Capt. Beamish, was drawn up on Lambton-quay.
15 Aug 1867 House Of Representatives PETITIONS - Mr Travers presented a petition from Messrs H. W. S. Beamish and G. J. N. Beamish, of the Chatham Islands, praying that an inquiry may be made into the manner in which the government of those Islands is administered, with a view to the better administration of justice there and the redress of other grievances.
5 July 1889 Dr Newman presented yesterday the petitions of G. J. N. Beamish and William Duffy of Wellington, praying for grants of land for military services
Napier, 9 Dec 1889 Ernest Reginald Beamish, aged 17, only son of Capt Beamish, of the Chatham Islands, was accidentally drowned yesterday while bathing at Koniui, Hawkes Bay.
Nov 1898, he was the President at the first reunion of past and present officers in the Imperial Service which took place at Godber's rooms on Cuba street.
In 1901 he was the senior captain of the Wellington branch of the Veterans' Association
* David BELL, Wellington, 65th NZ
* Charles Thomas BENZONI (1838-1814), Wellington, Army Hospital Corps, China and NZ
* Capt BOWER, Town Clerk, Napier
* Robert BRIGHT, Waverley, 57th Crimea, Turkish, NZ
* Samuel BERRY, Napier, 70th, Crimea
* Thomas BROADFIELD, Hastings, 70th, Crimea, TUrkish, NZ
* Thomas BOSWORTH, New Plymouth, S.D.F., four medals including Crimea
* Major BRASSEY, Wanganui, Crimea, Turkish, NZ
* Charles BROWN, Wellington, 2nd Armed Constabulary, NZ
* A. BURTON, Wellington, Royal Marines, China
* W. BLICK, Wanganui, R.A., Crimea and Sebastapol
* Thomas Freeman BRENCHLEY (1830-), Mauriceville, R.N., South African (1853). Joined the Navy in 1844, became a first-class petty officer on H.M.S. Cator and took his part in chasing slavers. Had the Challenge Lime Kiln, in Mauriceville East (established 1887). Written 1897:- This lime kiln, which is situated close to the railway station, has an output of fifty tons monthly. There is a field of limestone ten chains long by three chains wide, and about 200 feet deep. Mr. Brenchley employs four men. Crushed burnt lime for agricultural purposes and Brenchley's Patent Insecticide are manufactured at the works. Mr. Brenchley is an old man-of-war's man and holds the South African war medal. Thomas married Mrs Mary Ann Legate (1833-1878) in Dunedin in 1870. He married Jessie Hope Russell in 1878 and had 4 children, George Freeman, Harriett Bertha, Thomas Freeman & Henry Freeman Brenchley

... C
* M. CASSHEN, Wellington, 14th, NZ
* R. T. CURTIS, Wellington, 1st Waikatos, NZ
* W. CHRISTIE, Wellington, C.D.F., NZ
* James CAPPER, Wellington, 1st Waikatos, NZ
* George Collyer (1831-1905), Wellington, Crimea. One of the storming party at Sebastopol, passed away at his residence, Wellington on the anniversary of his arrival in NZ, thirty-one years before.
Wairarpa Daily Times, 19 July 1905 The deceased Mr George Collyer, was one of Newtown's early settlers. He was for seventeen years employed at the Government Insurance Office, but retired a little over two years ago. He leaves a widow and family of four.
* Capt CUMMINS, Wanganui, NZ
* Patrick CAREY, Napier, 70th, Mutiny and NZ
* Charles CATTON, Napier, 70th, Mutiny and NZ
* George CLAMPITT (1830-1912), Napier, 19th, Mutiny, Burmah, NZ
* Hon. J. CARROLL, Native Minister, NZ
* James CONNOR, Wanganui, 74th Highlanders, Crimea and Turkish, three clasps
* Edward CLUTTERBUCK, Hawera
* W. CULLEN, Hawera, R.N.

... D
* John De LANEY, Wellington, 57th, India, Crimea, NZ
* Charles DUNFOY (1835-1907), Wellington, 70th, Indian Mutiny, NZ
* John DANDERSON (1833-1917), Ohiro Home, C.D.F., NZ
* Walter DELANEY, Wellington, NZ
* 'Seaman' DAVIS, Makara, R.N., Crimea and China
* Joseph DONOVAN, Wanganui, 57th, Crimea, Turkish, NZ
* William DELANEY, Eketahuna, NZ
* J. DUFFIN (1832-1911), New Plymouth, 57th, Crimea and Turkish
* Sergt. J. DONAGHY, Hunterville
* Fred. De LISLE, Napier
* Selwyn DAVIS, Woolston, Scottish Fusiliers, Crimea
* Sir ARTHUR DOUGLAS, R.N.
* J. O'D. DINGLEY, Inglewood, Sergt 89th, Crimea
* C. DIXON, Masterton, R..N.

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* Richard EVANS, Wellington, C.T.C., NZ
* Com. EDWIN, Wellington, R.N., Crimea
* W. G. ENTWHISTLE, Wellington, 24th, India
* Thomas ENNIS, Mangaweka, 18th, NZ
* George ELGA, Wellington, Sergeant, 76th

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* John FULTON, Wellington, R.E., Crimea and Turkish
* Captain John FALCONER, Torpedo Corps, Wellington, R.E., long service medal
* Colonel W. FRASER, Wellington
* Joseph FOWLER, Karori, L.T.C., served in Crimea, no medal
* James FARR, Waverley, 57th, Crimea
* T. FURLOING, New Plymouth, Crimea
* William Francis FOGDEN (1828-1909), Wellington, R.N., Kaffir

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* Anhtony GREEN, Taitville, 65th, NZ
* Hon Dr Morgan Stanislaus GRACE (1837-1903), M.L.C., Staff Assistant Surgeon, C.M.G., NZ. OBITUARY of Dr Grace, New Zealand Tablet, 23 April 1903 The death of the Hon, Dr, Grace, M.L.C., C.M.G., which occurred at his residence, Wellington, on Sunday morning, was not wholly unexpected, as it had been well known that he had been seriously ill for a considerable time, little hope being entertained for his recovery for some weeks . Nevertheless the enws of the sad event came as a shock to the public not alone for Wellington, but of the whole Colony, for the genial doctor had been so long identified with the public life of New Zealand that his name was held to be synonymous with purity of motives and independence of action ... The late Dr Grace was born in Clonmel, County Tipperary, on February 28, 1837, his father being Mr James Grace, of Sheffield House, Queens County ... He arrived in Auckland in 1860 as surgeon to the 65th Regiment ... He was appointed principal medical officer to the New Zealand forces in 1865 ... In recognition of his services to the Catholic Church, of which he was a devoted member, Dr Grace was, in 1890, mad a Count of the Holy Roman Empire ... For many years he was almost the sole owner of the Wellington Tramways, which he disposed of to the City Council a year or two ago ... He was also a forceful writer, having at one time or another done some good journalistic work ... Had his professional duties permitted, he would have undoubtedly, at one time or another, attained the rank of Minister of the Crown but it is doubtful if he would have been a success, as he was too candid and sincere to please either Government or Oppositoin ... (abridged from link)
* F. B. GROVER, Kilbirnie, Bengal, H.A., India
* P. GARBES, Wellington, Wellington Rifles, NZ
* Michael GILL, Napier, 57th Crimea, Turkish, NZ
* N. GELDING, New Plymouth, Crimea and Mutiny
* Lieut-Colonel GORTON, Bulls, NZ

... H
* A. HOOD, New Plymouth, Crimea
* William HEDGES, Wellington, 55th
* Jesse HUETT/HEWITT, Wellington, 58th, NZ. In Nov 1898, he attended the first reunion of past and present officers in the Imperial Service which took place at Godber's rooms on Cuba street
* J. E. HOPKINS, Mount Cook Barracks, Middlesex, South Africa
* C. HASLAM, Wellington, 3rd Waikatos, NZ
* E. HUTCHINGS, Wellington, C.D.F., NZ
* J. HEARFIELD, Mitchelltown, Forest Rangers, NZ
* G. HALLIWELL, Wellington, 65th, NZ
* J. A. HAMILTON, 1st Waikatos
* Joseph HICKS, Wellington, 19th, Crimean and Turkish
* Richard HINGSTONE, Ohiro Home, C.D.F., entitled to NZ
* Hon Major HARRIS, M.J.C., NZ
* John HALLORAN, Christchurch, 58th Foot, 1st NZ war (1846)
* James HOLBROOK, Wanganui, 57th Foot, Crimea, Turkish, NZ
* J. HANDLEY, Wanganui, NZ
* James HART, New Plymouth, Crimea
* P. HOULAGHAN, New Plymouth, Crimea, Turkish, NZ
* T. R. HACKETT, Wellington, Sergt., Middlesex Regiment, Crimea, Maori war

... J
* Charles JEFFCOTT, Wanganui, 57th, Crimea, Turkish, NZ Wanganui Herald, 24 Oct 1904 CRIMEAN VETERANS TO THE EDITOR. Sir,- I am very sorry to say, sir, that there are only a few old veterans left to take part in the re-union of the soldiers and sailors who served in the Crimean War. Fifty years have passed since those memorable days, and we have never yet had a re-union. A few of the old Diehards have responded, and I am looking forward to having a good time on the 5th of November-Inkerman Day. The few old veterans who have passed both bullets are going to have a dinner and a talk over old times and such memorable events as the charge of the Light Brigade, the Battle of Inkerman; the Storming of Sebastopol, and the hardships of the first winter in the Crimea, when thousands perished for the want of food and clothing, or were frozen to death. Memorable is the charge of the Light and. Heavy Brigades at Balaclava. I was on outlying picquet duty on the River Chernaya, with James McCauley. We gave the alarm that the Cossacks were on us, and when daylight came on the morning of the 25th Sir Colin Campbell, with his Highland Brigade, was waiting for them. We were engaged half an hour before the cavalry came from Lord Raglan. Trusting all the veterans that can possibly come will communicate with me without further delay - I am, etc., CHARLES JEFFCOTT, Late 57th.

... K
* John KIEFFE, Wellington, 7th Foot, Crimea
* Hon. Courtenay William Aylsun Thomas KENNY, (1837-1905) M.L.C., Crimea
* Hon, T. KELLY, M.L.C., NZ
* Hoani KAIHI, Mount Cook Barracks, Bombardier Permanent Militia, NZ
* Arthur KINCAIDE, Wanganui, 68th, Crimea, Turkish, NZ
* James KEILY, Napier, 57th, Crimea, Turkish

... L
* Usher LUCAS, Wellington, R.E., (A.P.), 2nd Quartermaster-Sergeant, long service
* W. LINGARD, Wellington, C.D.F., NZ, Cross and Medal
* M. LANDERS, Wellington, 57th, NZ
* LUDLAM, Wellington, 11th Foot, NZ
* R. LUNN, Wellington, 14th Foot, NZ
* J. LOVE, Wellington, Bengal Fusiliers, India Medal, Delhibar
* James LAWTON[/color], Wellington, NZ
* Major LIDDLE[/color], Feilding, Crimea, three medals
* J. LAMBERT[/color], Inglewood, 44th, Crimea

... M
* J. MURRAY, Hutt, NZ
* E. McKENNA, Wanganui, Ensign, 65th, V.C.
* Robert MOWATT, Wellington, R.A., Sergeatn-Major, Crimea and Turkish
* J. M. MAY, Wellington, Wanganui Rifles, NZ
* J. C. MOGINE, Hutt, Auckland Rifles, NZ
* T. MACAULEY, Wellington, NZ
* C. McINTYRE, Wellington, Taranaki Militia, NZ
* Charles MILLWOOD, Wellington, Land Transport Corps, Crimea, Turkish
* Lieut-Col, Mc..GER, Wellington, NZ
* William McNIVEN, Wanganui, 57th, Crimea, Turkish, NZ
* Timothy McCARTHY, Inglewood, Sergeant, 18th, 1st China, 1st Burmah and Crimea
* F. McGRUER, M.H.R., Hawera, NZ
* Capt Arthur McKELLAR-WIX (1846-1918), Wellington, 5th Fusiliers, Africa. He married Emma Dodson (1850-1915) in Nelson, he played first-class cricket for, and was Vice President & coach of, the cricket club in Nelson, his children were born there. In Nov 1898, he was the Vice President at the first reunion of past and present officers in the Imperial Service which took place at Godber's rooms on Cuba street, Wellington. Arthur and his family later moved back to England. In the 1911 census Ashleigh, Ringers Road, High Street, Bromley, Kent. Head Arthur McKellar Wix, age 64, late Army Officer, born Balham, Surrey. Wife Emma Wix, age 61, married 38 years, 9 children born alive, 5 still living, born Nova Scotia. Daughter Kathleen Isabel Wix, age 27, single, born New Zealand. Son Gordon Farleton Wix, age 26, single, no occupation, born New Zealand. 1 servant. Arthur died in Egham Surrey, 26 March 1918 aged 71
* Alex McNEIL, Aramoho, Lieut. East India Company Mutiny, Delhi, Lucknow
* Charles MONAHAM, Wellington, late 40th NZ
* ... MOORE, New Plymouth, 57th, Crimea, Turkish, NZ
* R. M. MILLER, Napier, 23rd Abyssinian

... N
* George NASH, Wellington, Sergeant 12th Foot, Crimea, Turkish, NZ

... O
* M. O'CONNOR, Wellington, 57th, NZ
* John OWENS, Napier, 70th, Mutiny and NZ
* .. O'DONNELL, New Plymouth, 55th, Crimea, Turkish, two bars and cross
* Major OWEN

... P
* R. PEGLEY, Wellington, A.C. Force, NZ
* J. G. PRICE, Hutt, 1st Waikatos, NZ
* Coleman PHILIPS, Featherston, 2nd Waikatos, NZ
* George PURDY, Wellington, Taranaki Militia, NZ
* G. A. PREECE, Palmerston North, Capt. A. C. Forse, NZ Cross and Medal
* Col. PATONE, R.E.
* Inspector Peter PENDER, Wellington, Crimea
* .. PRICE, Wellington, Royal Marines, Ashanti. In Nov 1898, he attended the first reunion of past and present officers in the Imperial Service which took place at Godber's rooms on Cuba street
* Lieut-Col PORTER, Wellington, NZ
* .. PYCROFT, New Plymouth, R.N., Crimea

... Q
* John QUIGLEY, Eketahuna, 87th, Indian Mutiny

... R
* J. J. RUSSELL, Hutt, 18th Foot, NZ
* J. ROBINSON, Wellington, NZ
* Captain RUSSELL, M.H.R., 14th Regiment
* A. E. ROWDEN, Wellington, R.N., Crimea and Turkish
* M. REDMOND, Wanganui, 57th, Crimea and Turkish
* S. RYAN, Wanganui, 57th, Crimea, Turkish, NZ
* Patrick READY, Meanee, 43rd Mutiny and NZ
* Denis REARDON, Wellington, 65th, NZ
* W. J. RAVEN, Wellington, Forest Rangers, NZ

... S
* F. STEVENS, Wellington, Taranaki Volunteers, NZ
* J. STEVENS, M.H.R., Bulls, NZ
* A. C. F. STIDOLPH, Wellington, A.C. Force, NZ
* James SANDBROOK (1834-1933), Wellington, Sergt, 14th Crimea, Turkish, NZ. Evening Post, 6 July 1933 MILITARY FUNERAL ... After the Crimean War, Mr Sandbrook was stationed at Malta and at Gibraltar and he married in Ireland before coming to Australia and later to New Zealand, where he arrived in September 1860. He joined the Armed Constabulary and during the later Maori Wars travelled much about the country on the staff of Sir Donald McLean, Native Minister. He obtained his discharge in 1870 and was in the service of successive politicians at Parliament House, Wellington, until his retirement over twenty years ago. Mr. Sandbrook was an excellent rifle shot in his prime, and served as an assistant musketry instructor. He was among the oldest Foresters in New Zealand, having first joined a lodge of that body in Wellington in 1870. He was presented to the Prince of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of York on the occasion of their visits to New Zealand. For a time he was president of the Veterans' Association in Wellington. He was a very well-known figure in Wellington during his long residence here ... (more at link)
* Cornelius SHEEHAN, Wellington, 57th, NZ
* M. SHEEHY, Wellington, Quarter-Master Sergt., Army Service Corps, Crimean and Turkish
* J. SHANAGHAN, Wellington, NZ
* J. STARK, Wellington, Wellington Rifles, NZ
* A. STOTT, Wellington, 57th, NZ
* William STANYON, Wellington, Royal Marines, South Africa, Egypt, Kheldive's Star
* Right Honourable Richard John SEDDON (1845-1906), the British-born New Zealand statesman who served as the 15th Premier (Prime Minister) of NZ from 1893 until his death in office in 1906.
* W. H. SKINNER, Wellington, Crimea and NZ
* Patrick SHERIDAN, Wellington, 14th Foot, N.Z.
* C. STACEY, Dreyerton, 65th
* Frederick SILVER (1850-1925), Wellington, Sergt. Permanent Militia, Ashanti and NZ
* Henry 'Harry' STEEVENS (1834-1915), Taradale, 70th, Crimea and Turkish
* Hon. W. C. SMITH, M.L.C., NZ
* H. SMITH, Wellington, 12th Lancers, Crimea, Turkish, Central India
* J. W. STRUDWICK, Masterton, C.R.D.G., Mutiny. Attended the meeting of the General Committee of the Edward VII Coronation Celebrations, held in the Masterton Borough Council Chambers in Masterton 27 Nov 1902. The Mayor, Philip Hollings, presided and the discussion was the building of the Band Rotunda in the Masterton Park. Mr Hollings explained that if the work could be completed by the end of January, or at any rate, before the North Island Brass Band Contest in Feb 1903 (not completed until June 1903, contest was held at the showgrounds). He also mentioned that the base of the rotunda would be straight and steps only to be erected at the entrance, it being found that steps right around the base would be too costly

... T
* Edward Robert TREGEAR (1846-1931), Wellington, Native Contingent, NZ
* R. TINGEY, Wellington, Wanganui Rifles, NZ
* A. C. TURNER, Wellington, 1st Waikatos, NZ
* J. TURNER, Wellington, 50th, NZ
* Hon TOMOANA (1820s/30s-1904), M.L.C., NZ. He was probably born in the Heretaunga Plains, near present day Hastings. He was the third son of Te Rotohenga (also called Winipere) from her second marriage to Hira Te Ota. Through his mother's first marriage, Tomoana was a younger half-brother of Karaitiana Takamoana and Te Meihana Takihi. His whakapapa links him to Ngāti Hawea as his principal hapu, however he was also connected to Ngāti Hinetahu, Ngāti Te Rehunga, and Ngāti Hori ... In 1866, he and other Māori leaders joined forces with the Hawke's Bay Division of the Colonial Defence Force to repel an attack by the Pai Mārire at the Battle of Ōmarunui. Then in 1868 he took command of a contingent of Māori troops from the Heretaunga-Tamatea region and supported the government's pursuit of Te Kooti up the Ruakituri River toward Wairoa. In Dec 1868 he fought at the Battle of Makaretu, helping to repel Te Kooti's incursion into the Poverty Bay area. In 1869, he again led troops in pursuit of Te Kooti, who was now being pursued in the area around Taupō ... For his campaigns against Te Kooti, Tomoana (who had been commissioned as a captain of militia) received a sword of honour
* Capt Thomas Errington TANNER (1868-1951), late of Fifth Contingent in South Africa, Matabele. Served with the No 13 Company (Wellington, Nelson and West Coast, South Island sections). One of 10 children of Thomas Tanner (1830-1918) & Julia Denton from Wiltshire who arrived in NZ 1849, taking up a large run 'Milbourne', on the Ruataniwha Plains, Hawkes Bay. Capt Tanner was attacked with dysentery and fever at Beira and was invalided home on the 'Gothic' in Aug - a month before he attended this event. There was a party given by a large number of members of both branches of the Legislature, held at Ballamy's, Wellington, to meet the invalided members of the Contingent. Capt Tanner, in replying for the party, referred to the enthusiasm with which they had been received and said he did not know what more the people could have done if they had brought Kruger back with them. As for himself, he felt like an imposter, for he had been invalided at Beira, while the others of the party have been in the fighting ranks. He is named on the South African War Memorial at Napier

... U
* Thomas URWIN, Wellington, R.N., Baltic

... W
* Kieran WHELAN (1832-1908), Wellington, Sergt 14th, NZ
* J. WALDEN, Wellington, NZ
* J. WILSON, Wellington, Corpl., 14th, NZ
* General Sir George WHITMORE, M.L.C., Staff, K.C.M.G., Crimea, Cape, NZ., etc
* Sergt WEBBE, Wellingotn, P.M., NZ
* Henry WALTON, Waikanae, R.N., Baltic and Crimea
* Joseph WRIGHT, Wanganui
* Capt. WEBSTER, New Plymouth, Crimea
* Hon. J. G. WARD
* J. P. WARD, Blenheim, Forest Rangers
* Frank WATSON, Blenheim, Forest Rangers
* .. WOODS, Masterton 19th
* Capt Arthur McKellar WIX (1846-1918), Wellington, 5th Fusiliers, Africa. - see McKELLAR-WIX above

there were also representatives of ...
6th Dragoons, 5th & 7th Foot, 11th, 12th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 24th, 33rd, 40th, 43rd, 44th, 46th, 50th, 53rd, 55th, 68th, 74th, 76th and 89th, 12th Lancers, 78th Regiment. The Royal Engineers had four representatives, the Navy seven, the 14th Regiment eight, the 18th three and the 'good old Diehards" (the 57th) made the champion muster with nos less than twenty

Towns or Districts the soldiers lived 1900
Blenheim 2, Bulls 2, Christchurch 2, Dreyerton 1, Eketahuna 2, Featherston 1, Feilding 1, Hawera 3, Hunterville 1, Hutt 4, Inglewood 3, Karori 1, Kilbirnie 2, Makara 1, Mangaweka 2, Masterton 3, Mauriceville 1, Mitcheltown 1, Napier 12, New Plymouth 12, Taihape 1, Taitville (Mitcheltown, Wellington) 1, Taradale 1, Waikanae 1, Wanganui 18, Waverley 2, Wellington 87, Woolston 1

the AXUP family in New Zealand

The AXUP family in New Zealand
James Axup (1808-1887) was born in Yorkshire, England. He married Mary Cooke (1813-1881) in Yorkshire on 26 Jan 1836. They both died in Yorkshire.
There were a number of children but their oldest, Aaron 'Henry' Axup is the only one found to date to have emigrated to NZ...

1836 - 1895 Aaron 'Henry' Axup
born in Rawcliffe, Yorkshire
married Fanny Dyer (1833-1919) in Preston, Lancashire in 1857
the known children of Henry & Fanny
* 1857 - 1857 Anne Margaret Axup
..1 1858 - Katherine Emma 'Kate' Axup (+ Wastney NZ)
..2 1859 - 1934 Walter Eustace Axup (+ Ross NZ)
* 1861 - 1867 Frederick Bowling Axup (aged 6 in Buckinghamshire)
..3 1862 - 1941 Ellen Axup (+ Hurley NZ)
Henry arrived into Lyttelton 26 Sep 1862 on the barque 'Mersey'. However, the passenger report suggests he came on his own. Read obituary of his son Walter below which says he (Walter) arrived on the 'Ben Ledi' in 1877. Did Fanny and the children arrive later?
* longer research has me thinking he may have originally come over as one of the Imperial Soldiers sent to fight during the NZ land wars. Troops were sent at various times between 1845-1847 and between 1860-1866. His timeline seems to agree with this

***
..1 1858 - 1942 KATHERINE EMMA 'Kate' Axup
..2 1859 - 1934 WALTER EUSTACE Axup
..3 1862 - 1941 ELLEN Axup
***

TIMELINE of HENRY AXUP
Lyttelton Times, 4 Feb 1864 - TAKING OVER BUSINESS
Miss Skillicorn, in retiring from business, desires to thank her friends and the public for the liberal patronage and support she has received for so many years at their hands and begs to solicit a continuance of the same for her successors, Messrs Axup, Steward and Bell, whom, as men of experience and business connections, she can confidently recommend to their favour... Colombo street, Jan 23, 1864
... Messrs Axup, Steward and Bell, in re-opening the business lately carried on by Miss Skillicorn beg to announce that they are making alterations with a view of rendering the premises more convenient and spacious and desire, by keeping a well-assorted stock, by sell at fair prices, by strict attention to business, and courtesy to customers, to merit a continuance of the support which has so long been given to this establishment. They have made arrangements for a regular supply of the newest ad best goods from the London and other English markets ... Silks, fancy dresses, shawls, parasols, calicoes, prints, sheetings, linens, hosiery, gloves, crinolines &c. Colombo street, Jan 23 1864
.. after a fire destroyed a block of shops along Colombo street in June 1864, they moved their business to a building in Cathedral Square. Tenders were called to build their new store on the corner of Colombo & Hereford streets in July 1864 and they were up and running by Oct in large timber warehouse fitted with plate-glass windows of a considerable size. Attached to the warehouse was a spacious showroom (the largest in the province), fitted with every convenience and every device to attract the notice of the ladies. There was also three large rooms, suitable for offices, that they rented out

Press, 13 May 1865 - DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
The partnership hitherto existing between the undersigned, trading under the style and title of Axup, Steward and Bell, having been this day dissolved by mutual consent, in so far as the said Henry Axup is concerned. The business will in future be carried on under the firm of Steward and Bell.
All persons indebted to the late firm are requested to pay the same on or before the 1st June next, to Messrs. Steward and Bell, who are empowered to give receipts for the same; and all persons having claims against the same are requested to furnish particulars of the same to Messrs. Steward and Bell, on or before the 1st June next, by whom they will be discharged. Signed, Henry Axup, Charles Stewart Bell, William Jukes Steward. Witness - W. P. Cowishaw, Solicitor

Sep 1866 Henry has unclaimed mail on the West Coast. It had arrived in May and had not been claimed to date of ad. From late 1866 and throughout the years into the 1880s Mr Axup (sometimes written Sergt. Axup) was continuously and regularly travelling on the steamers between Wellington, Nelson, Hawkes Bay, Lyttelton and Wanganui. He always travelled Cabin or Saloon Class as a travelling salesman for Levin & Co of Wellington.

May 1868 Henry Axup, a leaseholder of Colombo Street, Christchurch was taken off the list of names of those entitled to vote because he no longer lived there

Jan 1869 a new boat, over forty feet long, three foot wide, with place for six oars, arrived into Wanganui for Mr Axup and was entered into the upcoming regatta

July 1869 It was shown that Henry Axup of Wellington, owned 1 x £10 share in the 'Auld Reckie Gold Mining Company'

March 1872 he sailed out of Wanganui with Capt Goring, Sergts Carhill & Churchhouse and 18 Armed Constabulary

May 1872 he sailed out of Wellington on the 'Carey' which was for Napier, Poverty Bay, Tauranga and Auckland. He travelled with Capt Thomas, Sergeant and Mrs Shirley, Miss South and eight originals

Nov 1872 there was a Royal Commission enquiry over 400 acre blocks of native land, cut from a 3,200 acre block, being sold in Wanganui, of which Henry had a block

June 1873 Henry's land between the Wairoa and Waiau streams, which was cut up and sold by the Government to the 'natives' was a subject of cattle stealing

Nov 1873 at the Wanganui A & P Show, held in a paddock, formerly a brick-field, kindly placed at the disposal of the Committee by Mr P. Buckthough, a bull calf imported from Napier by Mr Axup, secured a first prize

Feb 1874 on her voyage to Wellington, after her recent repairs in Napier, the 'Rangatira' had a rather peculiar crew. Her machinery not having been inspected by Mr Nancarrow, the Customs authorities would not allow her to carry passengers. This was annoying to say the least. The authorities were inflexible and the case appeared desperate. After some cognition however, it was suggested that by going through the process of signing article and shipping in various capacities, the problem would be solved. No objection was offered and the Rev Mr Sidey was shipped as chaplain, Mr Axup as assistant cook, Mr Mackune, of Good Templar fame and two other gentlemen as extra stewards, a most ingenious solution. On arrival in Wellington they were regularly discharged ..

Nov 1874 at a dinner put on by a number of commercial travellers in a Christchurch hotel, the Chair was occupied by Mr Riddell and the vice chair by Mr Axup

Jan 1875 the Wanganui Herald related that Wairoa would soon be able to enjoy the luxury of listening to the sweet notes of the English skylark, Mr H. Axup having conferred that boon upon the district by importing 11 of the little songsters from Nelson. These small birds were far more welcome to the farmer than the pheasant, which was beginning to muster pretty strongly about Wairoa

June 1875 the Timaru Herald noted that "it is interesting to notice the progress of the infant politicians of the colony. Mr Steward, the new Minister for North Otago, in the Provincial Executive, was formerly a partner in the firm of Axup, Steward and Bell, linen drapers of Christchurch, but he is better known as editor and proprietor of the North Otago Times and M.H.R. for Waitangi. Best of all he is known, among the denizens of Wellington during several successive sessions of Parliament"

April 1876 the screw steamer, ssEgmont, so well known as a regular trader between Wellington, Wanganui, Rangitike and other places on the West Coast, was totally wrecked in the Patea River. It appears she left Wellington on Monday and arrived at Wanganui next day, sailing again the same evening for Patea, where she arrived shortly after noon on Wednesday. She loaded a cargo of wool and grass seed at Patea, consigned partly to Messrs Levin & Co and partly to Mr Axup (which was, unfortunately, uninsured), taking her final departure on Thursday morning at ebb tide. In going out she struck on the end of the Boulder Bank and unshipped her rudder. She then drove right ashore and completely stove in her bottom, smashing the plates of the engine compartment ...

May 1876 Mr H. Axup took out a shooting license in Wanganui for the season

June 1876 a horse belonging to Henry had his leg broken on the Okehu road and had to be destroyed
Also that month the Wellington Education Board took Henry Axup to court in Patea claiming £10 5s 1½d (not found why)
OF NOTE there was at that time in Patea, a road named Axup road

Jan 1877 Henry Axup advertised to purchase 350 sacks of Cocksfoot Seed, must be good, clean seed and free from other grasses. Anyone was to contact him at the Commercial Hotel.
Also for the year ending Jan 1876, the Annual Return of the Sheep in the Wanganui District, showed Henry Axup at Wairoa, had 900 clean sheep, with the Amount of Assessment at ½d per head

26 April 1877 a Mr Axup sailed from Auckland on the 4pm Wanaka, which was heading to Wellington via Tauranga and Poverty Bay. Auckland was not in the normal regular route for Henry. He got off in Hawkesbay 30 April

15 May 1877 Henry's son Walter Eustace Axup arrived into Wellington on the 'Ben Ledi'. He arrived as a Saloon passenger along with Mr W. Clelland, Mr John H. Slator, Mr W. O. Trood, Mr W. W. Taylor, and Mr Henry George. in Second Cabin was Mr J. H. Whitelaw, Mr & Mrs William Hall with two children, Mr Edward Philpot and Mr William Hy. Lockwood. Henry arrived in Wellington 3 days before on the 'Stormbird'. Not long after that Henry returned to regularly sailing up and down the Island.

13 Dec 1877 Henry's daughter Kate arrived (Saloon Class) into Wellington on the Shaw Savill & Co's barque 'Rialto'. It had departed from London on 4th Oct. She then sailed up to New Plymouth, in Saloon Class, on the 'ss Kennedy'. The Shooting License for Henry Axup in May 1878 shows he was now based in Waverley - he still continued as a Commercial Traveller backwards & forwards between Taranaki, Hawkes Bay, Patea, Wellington

June 1878 Mr H. Axup applied to erect a gate near the Wairoa Stream on the road going through his property from D. McDonald's. Permission was granted in July

2 Aug 1878 Miss Axup - Kate? Ellen?(not yet found Ellen's arrival in NZ) - sailed from Wanganui to Wellington on the 'Manawatu'. Two weeks later, on 16 August, Henry sailed from Hawkes Bay to Wellington and the next day a Mr and Miss Axup sailed from Wellington to Sydney via the East Coast, on the ss Rotorua. If this was Henry he was back mid September, tripping around as usual. It is possible that Walter accompanied his sister Kate to Sydney

Nov 1878 Henry Axup was showing an American made, double buggy, farm carriage at the annual Wanganui A & P Show for which he won first prize

Dec 1878 Miss Axup arrived back in Wanganui on the 'Manawatu'. She left Wellington on Saturday night, arrived at the bar at 9am on Sunday, anchored for three hours and crossed the bar at noon, arriving at Corporation Wharf at 12:15pm. She experienced calm weather and smooth seas throughout the passage. She also carried 50 tons of general cargo and a few passengers

3 Feb 1879 someone stole Henry's portmanteau from his bedroom, #17 at the Commercial Hotel in Wanganui. It had the initials H. Axup marked on it

14 Feb 1879 he was arriving in Hawkes Bay from Poverty Bay

22 Oct 1879 Henry Axup of Waverley was a defendant in the Supreme Court at New Plymouth when Richard Cook, the Plaintiff, was claiming £158 13s 11d (the equivalent in Oct 2017 of $822). Richard had caused the Bailiff to seize 80 or more head of superior cattle, 3 draught mares in foal and 1 thoroughbred mare in foal and was threatening to sell them by public auction in 5 days time unless Henry paid the money. Two days before the Sheriff's sale the animals were withdrawn from auction, the matter having been otherwise settled.

Nov 1879 Henry Axup Esq., at the Oatea A & P Show, had the Champion cow for his Purebred, in-calf, cow 'Fragrance' and the Champion 3 years and over bull 'King Henry I'. He also won a 1st for his Short Horn Bulls

Dec 1879 This Public Bill (pdf) originated in the House of Representatives and having this day passed as now priated in transmitted to the Legislative Council for its concurrence ... To authorize the Governor to execute a lease to William Wilson, William Newland, Henry Axup, James Nicholson, and Arthur Drake, settlers of the Provincial District of Taranaki, for a period of fifteen years, of the following portion of the Pilot Reserve at Patea-namely, all that parcel of land situate in the Whenuakura District, in the Provincial District of Taranaki, containing by admeasurement 9 acres and 3 roods, more or less, being part of Section No. 130 on the plan of the said district, Bounded on the North by Section numbered 84, 295 links; towards the East by other part of Section numbered 130, 2398 links; towards the South by a road line, 875 links; and towards the West by the Patea River, 2080 links: excepting therein the strip of land 1 chain wide along tile frontage to the Patea River, if required for public purposes, but allowing present access to the river to the leasees. The lease to contain a clause that if the land is not at any time during a period of twelve consecutive months listed for the purposes of boiling down stock, the Governor to have power to enter into possession of the land and cancel the lease. Also a further clause providing that, if the land is required for pilot or harbour purposes during the currency of the lease, the Governor shall have power to cancel it over such portions of the land as shall not have been actually built upon by the leasees.

Dec 1879 Mr Axup (Henry or Walter?) sailed for Wellington from Sydney. Miss Axup also sailed on Xmas Eve from Wellington on the Wakatu which was going to Nelson and Wanganui

Patea Mail, 28 Jan 1880 - LAND LEASES
Cause II of the Schedule to "The Special Powers and Contracts Act, 1879" amongst other things, "authorises the Governor to execute a lease to William Wilson, William Newland, Henry Axup, James Nicholson and Arthur Drake, settlers of the Provincial District of Taranaki, for a period of fifteen years, of the following portion of the Pilot Reserve at Patea - namely, all that parcel of land situate in the Whennakura District, in the Provincial District of Taranaki, containing by admeasuremnt 9 acres and 3 roods, more or less, being part of section No 130 on the plan of the said district. Bounded on the north by sections numbered 84, 285 links; towards the east by other part of section numbered 130, 2598 links; and towards the west by the Patea River, 2080 links, excepting therein the strip of land 1 chain wide along the frontage to the Patea River, if required for public purposes, but allowing present access to the river to the lessees. The lease to contain a clause that if the land is not at any time during a period of twelve consecutive months used for the purpose of boiling down stock, the Governor to have power to enter into possession of the land and cancel the lease. Also a further clause providing that, if the land is required for pilot or barbor purposes during the currency of the lease, the Governor shall have power to cancel it over such portions of the lease as shall not have been actually built upon by the lessees." ... much more

3 March 1880 A largely-attended meeting of the creditors of Messrs Newton, Irvine and Co, Napier and Messrs Newton and Johnson, Waipawa, was held in the Supreme Court-house yesterday afternoon to consider a deed of assignment by which the debtors proposed to vest their estates in trustees for the benfit of the creditors ... The Chairman, at the request of several creditors, read over the list of liabilities and assets. The creditors for over 100 in the estate of Messrs Newton, Irvine and Co., were as follows:- .. H. Axup Wanganui £145

30 April 1880 at the Carlyle R.M. Court, G. C. Ross (George Campbell Ross 1853-1925) claimed from Henry Axup 11 6s on a dishonored cheque. Judgement for the plaintiff

May 1880 Shooting Season license granted to Mr Henry Axup of Waverley

20 May 1880 W. Turnbull v H. Asxup. a claim of £244 5s 0d and costs. Sheriff's Sale - I hereby give notice that by virtue of a warrant on Writ of Fieri facias issued by the Sheriff of the Patea District, I have seized the whole of the household effects of the defendant (or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to cover the above claim and costs) as beneath specified and that the same will be sold by public aution at the residence of the defendant (Henry) Rawcliffe Farm, near Waverley, at the hour of 12 noon on Saturday, the 22nd May 1880s, unless previously satisfied: .. Parlor furnishings of superior quality, with Piano, Cheffonier, Sofa, table, chairs, &c, &c. 3 bed-room furnishings, with 2 chests of drawers, &c &c. Kitchen utensils, crockery and glassware &c. 1 chaff-cutter and horse gear. 1 dray and 1 double-furrow plough. William Connolly, Sheriff's Bailiff

Wanganui Herald, 5 June 1880 At the Waverley Sale Yards, Freeman R. Jackson will sell by public auction on Friday 11th June, at one o'clock, by order of the mortgagee, without any reserve, the following stock bred by H. Axup, Esq - 350 head of cattle & 20 horses. The Cattle are well-known in the District as being of superior quality, they having been carefully bred up from pure-bred bulls, well selected and pure-bred Cows

16 June 1880 Mr Axup returns into Wanganui from Wellington on the Ranatira

18 June 1880 at the Wellington District Court, Levin v Axup - £110, claim for interest upon a mortgage. Judgment was given for plaintiff

2 July 1880 at 1 o'clock on Friday, Freeman R. Jackson will sell at the Waverley Sale Yards, by order of the mortgagee, without any reserve, the following Stock, bred by H. Axup, Esq., - 100 well-bred Cows in calf. 42, 3 & 4 year old Bullocks. 78 x 19 months and year-old Steers. 10 Heifers. 1 pure-bred imported Cow. 1 pure-bred Calf from imported cow, by Duke of Edinburgh/ 1 pure-bred Bull, King Henry 1st, by Crown Prince out of Lady Rose. 80 Calves. 6 superior Draught Mares and Geldings. 2 Yearlings. 9 young Horses by Gladiator Sator and Dead Shot. Terms - Approved endorsed acceptances at three and six months, with Bank interest added

14 July 1880 Mr Freeman R. Jackson's fortnightly stock report.. I held a large sale at Waverley on Friday consisting of stock bred by Mr H. Axup, the animals were of the best description and in good condition. The attendance was very large and bidding exceedingly brisk, prices in all cases being in the vendors' favour

28 July 1880 Henry Axup was present at the Agricultural and Pastoral Association annual meeting held at its offices on Ridgway-street on Wednesday 28th. Two days later, on Friday 29th a Mr Axup arrived into Wanganui on the Manawatu which means this must have been Walter

Sep 1880 at the R.M. Court, Patea, the Clerk of the County Council summoned the following defaulters for County rates ... H. Axup, lately at Waverly, £17 17s 5d

Jan 1881 at the Wairoa Highway Board meeting it was proposed by Mr Fisher, seconded by Mr Ion, that notices be sent to Messrs, Axup, Morgan, Hodge, Eyre, Hill, Hynes and the trustees of Southcomb's and Williamson's estates, to pay rates by next meeting. Carried

Feb 1881 Freeman R. Jackson received instructions from Mr H. Axup to sell by auction at the St Hill-street yards, the goodwill of the leases of Sections Nos 417, 418 and 419, Okutuku, containing 1300 acres. The leases had over 20 years to run at a low rental. The land was well grassed, nearly all fences and would carry a large number of cattle. Terms - one-half cash balance at 3 and 6 months with interest at 8% added. The bidding was spirited and were sold to Percival Wilson for £1350
Next day Mr Axup sailed to Wellington on the 'Manawatu', Ge arrived back into Wanganui on 4 March

14 April 1881 in the District Court of Wanganui, James Taylor, a middle-aged man was charged with stealing a saddle, 12 months previously, the property of Cyril Dasent, from the woolshed of Mr Axup at Waverley

31 May 1881 at the R.M. Court at Wanganui, an action was tried between Henry Axup, the plaintiff, and the Bank of Australasia, the defendants. The action was to recover £38 4s 9d, an alleged overcharge for bailiff's wages etc, when in possession of Henry's cattle and sheep at Waverley, under a bill of sale given to the defendants. In the end judgment was given for Henry for £12 15s 6d with £2 13s costs and £1 1s solicitor's fee

10 Feb 1881 There were three cases set down for hearing at the Hawkes Bay District Court, including Newton and Johnson Henry Axup. The plaintiff was claiming £146 on a judgment summons. Their lawyer said that £48 2s had been paid since the judgment but an order should be made for the payment of the balance of £98 18s. The order was made that it be paid by 10th March or Henry would be imprisoned for a month

* And so it went on through 1881. Henry didn't travel as much but he continued to sell some purebred stock, to win prizes at the A & P Shows and in late April Mr Axup's party of 3 had great success in their late duck shooting expedition, killing no less than 60 in one day. Another party of three did still greater havoc by killing 63

June 1882 Henry Axup was issued with a shooting license for that year

Oct 1882 Henry was a judge at the Dogs Section of A & P Show

Dec 1882 At the Auckland Resident Magistrate's Court, Judgment was for the Plaintiff in the undefended case, Edward Lewis v Henry Axup for £7 12s 10d

14 March 1883 there was a meeting of the committee of the Wairoa Light Horse when it was decided to divide the troop into three classes for prize firing; prizes to be given for each class, Mr Axup was put into the 2nd camp. It was decided to fire four competitions for Ballam's medal, the highest aggregate in the four matches to take the medal. There were about 35 members giving their names to attend so the troop was well represented

18 May 1883 in the civil cases in the Resident Magistrate's Court in Wellington, Chappell v H. Axup was a claim for city rates and judgment was given for 6s and 8s cost

Aug 1883 at the Patea R.M. Court, in the civil case Horner v Axup, the plaintiff failed to appear. Also that month it was advertised in the "Patea Mail" that Walter Axup was the Broker for the Wellington Meat Preserving and Refrigerating Company (Ltd). Their capital was 5000 share of £10 each. In a later issue it said the the Authorised Brokers were: Wellington, Deacon & Bushell, Arthur Warburton & Co and Axup, H.
Hawera & Normanby Star, 29 Aug 1883 "We understand that shares in the Wellington Meat Preserving and Refrigerating Company are being freely subscribed. The provisional directors have taken up about 1000 £10 shares, Messrs Barber and Co propose to take up 1000 shares and (thanks to the active canvass now being made by Mr Axup, the company's agent for the coast), many of the larger owners are applying freely for shares. Seeing that it was proposed to start the business if only 2500 shares were subscribed, there can be no reasonable doubt but that the undertaking will float"
On 29 Aug 1883 the Hawera & Normanby Star advised that Henry Axup was the Authorised Broker for the Coast

4 Sep 1883 In the Wanganui Court, the case of Borlase and another v Henry Axup, claim for £9 14s 3d for work done, the case was struck out as no affidavit of jurisdiction had been signed.
Also noted that Walter Axup was the Interim Secretary of the Wellington Meat Preserving and Refrigerating Company (Ltd)

11 Sep 1883 in the Wanganui Court, Peter Bell v Henry Axup, claimed for £29 9s 3d. Judgment was given for £13 10s 3d and costs. Henry didn't make an appearance

9 Oct 1883 at the annual troop meeting of the Wairoa Light Horse, the principal business was to elect a Sergt-Major, vice Sergt-Major Howie having resigned, also three Sergeants and a corporal. For the three sergeants there were eight nominations and Corporal Axup, Sim and Bremer were elected

9 Nov 1883 in the Taranaki District Court, Henry Axup, commercial traveller, stated that previous to the 31st August last the defendant had asked him to make enquiries about a billiard table ... the case

4 Jan 1884 R. S. Waterhouse obtained judgment against H. Axup for £32 8s and costs of £3 8s

8 Jan 1884 H. Axup v J. Gallagher, the defendant did not appear. This was a claim for £31 2s 8d being amount due by defendant in reference to the purchase of a billiard table. After hearing the evidence judgment was given to Henry

16 Jan 1884 Nolan, Tonks and Co v Axup - a claim for money lent, £23 odd - judgment for plaintiff by default

2 Feb 1884 the rehearing of the case Axup v Gallagher occupied the whole day. On the conclusion of the evidence, Mr Hutchison, on behalf of the defendant, applied for a nonsuit. His Honor, after hearing the arguments of counsel, reserved judgment. A week later, on 11 Feb, Mr Henry Axup, well known commercial traveller for Messrs Levin and Co., of Wellington, received a verdict in his favour concerning the billiard table

14 March 1884 W. H. Clapham v H. Axup, judgment summons for £2 14s 10d. There being no appearance of either parties, the case was struck out

21 April 1884 Albert Barns, Auctioneer in Wanganui received instructions from Mr Henry Axup, who, having disposed of his farm was leaving the district and he was to auction, on Mr Axup's farm at Waverley, the Valuable Furniture, Farm Implements, Water Tanks, consisting of Handsome Pianoforte, Spring Seat Couches and Chairs, Loo Tables, Carpets, Rugs, Choice Pictures, Gully's and Barraud's Albums of New Zealand Scenery, Thackeray's and Scott's Works, Curtain Poles, Rings &c.. Farm Dray, Samuelson's Reaper and Mower, Single and Double-furrow Ploughs by Reid and Gray and Hornsby, Harness, Harrows, Portable Boiler, Wheelbarrow &c

Star, 29 July 1884 The name of William Jukes Steward should be well known to old residents in Christchurch, for it was here that his start in the Colony was made, in conjunction with Messrs Axup and Bell, as a draper. The pen, we all know, is mightier than the sword, and Mr Steward apparently considers it also superior to the yard-measure for he has long since given up the latter for it. He was editor of the North Otago Times, but has now taken up journalism in Waimate, the home of his constituents ...

In April 1885 Henry Axup is still in Wanganui where he obtained a shooting license for the season. He then sails up and down the North Island as before

In Aug 1885 either Henry or Walter Axup, in the employ of Messrs Carlile and Saxby. was fortunately coming through the Manawatu Gorge when he saw a dog barking. He called out and Mr Partridge of Palmerston North answered from over the bank that that he had a broken leg. His horse, dray and all had gone over the gorge. The horse and Mr Partridge had a miraculous escape but the dray was smashed to pieces

21 Oct 1884 at the Annual Drill at Waverley, the Wairoa Light Horse were doing their week's drill. The troop paraded each day at 11am and at 2pm. It is worthy of notice that all those engaged acquitted themselves in a highly creditable manner; the jumps were taken without a mistake and the shooting was excellent... In the First Class the 3rd prizes went to Trooper Howie with 60, Troopers Wall and Vincent with 52 and Troopers Leary, Axup and Sim with 41. In the second contest of the First Class, Axup, Sim, Vincent and Wall got 1st prize

13 Nov 1885 at a Nautical Enguiry Henry Axup of Palmerston North, stated that he was a passenger of the Jane Douglas. The Jane Douglas did not wait for the Tui but went full speed ahead after leaving the wharf. The Tui caught up to her because she had been assisted by the sails. There was plenty of seaway for the Tui. Henry's opinion was that the Tui was trying to put the Jane Douglas on shore. He was so convinced on this point that he walked across the bridge and asked Captain Pope to keep away. Henry then told Captain Pope that he was in the wrong and id he did not look out would get himself into trouble. He also told Captain Pope that if he could not steer a straight course he had better put another man at the wheel. He thought the Jane Douglas would go on the rocks if she continued her course and he told Captain Fraser that if he did not stop his vessel he (Henry) would go to the engine-room telegraph and stop the machinery ... more at above link

16 Feb 1886 In Feilding the transfer of the business of the Denbigh Hotel was made yesterday from Mr Rose to his successor, Mr Watts. Mr Axup acted as valuer for Mr Roe and Mr Bowern for Mr Watts in stock taking

4 March 1886 Mr H. Axup personally applied to lease about 5000 acres of Crown lands in the Ruahine Ranges. In April he wrote complaining of the delay. Later that month it was decided to offer it for lease as a small run

6 April 1886 Henry obtains a shooting license in Feilding for the Game Season for imported and native game (hen pheasants and tuis excepted)

4 June 1886 The Denbigh Hotel, Feilding, has changed hands, Mr Ligh, the well-known publican, of Wellington, being the purchaser. Mr Henry Axup was valuator for the new proprietor and Mr Anderson represented Mr W. T. Watts, the present occupant

16 Sep 1866 The following is the result of the sale of Crown lands which took place in the Land Office, Wellington district, last week:- Pastoral Leases, Wairarapa ... H. Axup 2740 acres £68 10s

1 Oct 1886 an application was received from Mr H. Axup for 300 acres of crown land on the Pohangina River near his present small run. He forwarded a lithograph showing the piece of Crown land he wishes to lease

12 Oct 1886 We hear that Mr Lowes has disposed of the Gorge Hotel, Ashurst, to Mr Watts, late of the Denbigh Hotel, Feilding. The transaction was negotiated by Mr H. Axup

10 Nov 1886 Tenders are requested for cutting 20 cords of Rata or Matai Firewood at per cord. For particulars apply to Mr Carlile or Mr Axup, Broomfields, Woodville

2 Dec 1886 A letter from Mr Bray of Feilding, was read in which he stated that he would accept the terms of the Board for surveying the Endowment Block, his report to be in not later than the 10th of December. Mr Axup applied for the post of valuer to the Board, but the position having been already filled, the letter was ordered to lie on the table

18 Jan 1887 A lad named McFarlane, nephew of Mr W. W. Carlile, met with a serious accident yesterday morning at Broomfields. He was walking by the side of Mr Axup who was leading a draught horse. The horse stepped into a hole and fell and in its struggle to get up again it kicked the lads leg, breaking both bones very badly. Mr Carlile obtained the assistance of Dr Branting and under his care the lad is progressing favourably

12 May 1887 Mr Axup, as agent for the owner, disposed of 520 acres of land at Trondjem this week, to Captain Campbell of Napier

11 Nov 1887 Mr H. Axup wrote with reference to the survey of his small run in the Umutoi and Pohangina distrct, stating that it is not in the position it was supposed to be and offer to take the same area on the on the west side of the Pohangina Stream in exchange. It was resolved on Mr Bunny's motion, seconded by Mr Fitzherbert

30 Jan 1888 Tenders are requested for the erection of about 35 chains of Swing Fence, to close on Saturday next, the 21st inst. For particulars apply to Mr Axup or Mr Carlile, Broomfields

27 Feb 1888 at the Wanganui R.M. Court the civil case, Peat and Ross v H. Axup, claim of £38 6s. Judgment was given with cost 30s and counsel's fee £2 2s

3 May 1888 Feilding, Manchester Road Board - ... & H. Axup applying for their names to be placed on the rate roll as occupiers at Ashhurst in place of the E. and C.A. Corporation

16 April 1888 AXUP-ROSS - by the Rev R. Stewart, at the residence of the parents of the bride, Palmerston Road, Woodville, Walter Eustace, only son of Henry Axup, Esq., to Maria Amelia, eldest daughter of Hugh Alexander George Ross

8 Aug 1888 Palmerston North, In the case of Grant v Manawatu Road Board. It is stated that in consequence of the inability of the Manawatu Road Board to pay Mr Grant his damages and costs, the Supreme Supreme Court has appointed Mr H. Axup as a receiver, on behalf of Mr Grant, of all moneys, rates, &c., payable to the Board, in accordance with the Road Boards Act 1882. Mr Axup will thus be vested with all the powers of the Board itself until it can devise means to get out of the difficulty. What next? This report will be a severe blow to Palmerston. (Henry commenced his duties as Receiver for the Manawatu Road Board on 21 Aug)

27 Feb 1890 It was decided to allow Mr H. Axup until June to complete improvements on small run 46, block 3, Pohangina

13 March 1890 WASTNEY-AXUP at All Saints Church, Nelson, by the Rev F. W. Chatterton, Harry, youngest son of Mr W. Wastney of Wakapuaka, to Kate, daughter of Mr H. Axup, of Palmerston North

March 1890 death of son Walter's mother in law

2 June 1890 In Wanagnui R.M. Court, W. H. Flyger v Henry Axup, claim £5 for suit of clothes. Judgment for plaintiff

31 July 1890 at the monthly meeting of the Wanganui Waste Land Board it was decided that the selection of H. Axup should be cancelled if the selector does not reside on the land withing a month and pays the amount in arrears

11 Dec 1890 at the Land Board meeting it was decided to give H. Axup, of small run No 46, Blocks III and VII., Pohangina, until the end of the year to complete the improvements

28 Feb 1891 Transfer was granted from H. Axup to F. Richards for sections in Pohangina. In March 1891 at the Feilding R.M. Court, Charles Patterson v H. Axup, claim £12 5s for felling 20 acres of bush in 1889. Patterson said he had felled certain bush on Axup's small run at Pohangina; 20 acres had been felled in Dec 1889; the bush had been since burned by Mr Richards. He said he frequently asked for payment and had been paid £12, including £5 paid by Mr x; on the 3rd instant Axup had promised to pay "tomorrow" but had not done so. Mr Richards said he was a storekeeper, residing in Feilding (he had a small store near Diggers' creek)

21 April 1891 ASHURST NOTES .. It is rumoured that Mr Richards intends to build on Axup's run and throw down a large area of bush at once. That block is the pick of the country and has a quantity of open light bush fronting both Coal Creek and the Pohangina

12 May 1891 Henry Axup received a shooting license from the Feilding Postmaster

20 Feb 1892 ASHURST NOTES Coal Creek is rightly named - there is some there and would be in the course of nature, for there is quite a thick seam of lignite on Mr Richard's Pohangina property (Axup's run). It has caught fire and is still burning

18 Dec 1894 In the Estate of T. M. Jackson, butcher, at a meeting of creditors in his bankrupt estate, on the list of liabilities .. H. Axup 16s

8 Feb 1895 in the Feilding Magistrate's Court, John R. Davis was charged that he did, on January 9th 1895, strike Henry Axup on the head with his clenched fist while under the influence of drink. He was fined £5, half to Henry and in default, one months imprisonment. On the application of the police a prohibition order was issued against Mr Davis to take effect in Feilding, Halcombe, Cheltenham, Birgmingahm, Palmerston North, Apiti, Awahuri and Colyton

1 March 1895 Henry was on the Committee of the Feilding Bowling Club which met to select a section of land for a bowling green

8 May 1895 Henry Axup negotiated the lease of Mrs Oliver's Empire Hotel to Mr Corby of Australia, who was to arrive in Feilding. To be taken over in June

20 June 1895 FOR SALE - Freehold of the Endymion Hotel, Awahuri. Stables, garden (¾ or an acre), £1300; together with 9 or 10 acres £200. Apply Henry Axup of Charles Carr, Auctioneer (the ad was still running a week after Henry's death)

* Aaron 'HENRY' AXUP died 31 Aug 1895 in Greytown Hospital aged 58
Wairarapa Daily Times, 2 Sep 1895 - GREYTOWN NEWS
Mr Axup, father of Mr Walter Axup, manager of Cotter's estate, died at the Greytown Hospital on Saturday last, and was buried yesterday. The service at the grave was conducted by the Rev J. Hewson. The late Mr Axup was on a visit to his son but has been in ill-health for some time
Taranaki Herald, 4 Sep 1895 AXUP - At Greytown, on August 31st
Taranaki Herald, 4 Sep 1895 Mr Henry Axup, well-known in this district several years ago, died at Greytown on Saturday last, at the age of 58 years
Feilding Star, 4 Sep 1895 - DEATH
It was reported in town to-day that Mr Henry Axup, well-known all over the colony, had died in the Greytown Hospital. Mr Axup had been an invalid for some months
Feilding Star, 10 Sep 1895 The rumour that Mr Henry Axup, late of Feilding, died at Greytown, is confirmed
* FANNY AXUP died 29 Nov 1919 in Papatoetoe, Auckland aged 86, at the home of her daughter Mrs H. Wastney

Opening of Denbigh Hotel, FEILDING 1876

OPENING OF ROE'S DENBIGH HOTEL, Feilding - 12 May 1876
On the last Court day held at Palmerston North a license was granted to our friend Mr G. F. Roe (1859-1944, son of Charles Roe & Cecilia Sarah Carter) for his magnificent Hotel, the Denbigh, at Feilding. The hotel presents an imposing elevation, having a noble balcony over the verandah on the hall-door side towards Manchester Street, and a grand facade on the side facing Fergusson Street. One great improvement effected by Mr Roe in hotel architecture is, that the bar is entirely separate from the hotel proper, so that the guests are free from the usual noise attendant on such places of resort. The Commercial and smoking rooms are large in area, lofty, and well ventilated, the lower story being 12 feet in height. The private sitting-rooms are good, the dining sitting-rooms are good, the dining saloon quite a banqueting hall, and the bar is one of the best fitted we have seen for some time. The bed-chambers are very numerous, well ventilated, and furnished in the best style. The entrance hall and that leading to the staircase are what we would wish to see imitated, eight feet in width. The building was designed by Mr G. F. Roe, and erected under his immediate superintendence.

The Denbigh Hotel was opened on the evening of Friday, the 12th instant, with a ball and supper, at which the elite of Feilding were present, and enjoyed themselves to their heart's content until daybreak on Saturday warned the gentlemen that the stern business of life was about to be resumed. Not content with the ball alone, Mr Roe again invited his gentlemen friends to a dinner on the evening of Wednesday, 24th May, to which a numerous company responded and certainly it was worthy of the Denbigh.
Mr A. F. Halcombe presided, having Mr G. F. Roe on his right and Dr Johnston on his left hand.
After the cloth had been removed the Chairman gave "The Queen," which was, as usual, loyally received. Mr McArthur, the V.C., proposed "The Prince of Wales and the rest of the Royal Family" which was duly honored. Mr Gillett then sung "The Fine Ould Irish Gentleman."
Mr Maysmore gave "The Health of His Excellency the Governor," which toast was well received with musical honors.
* Song by T. Slade, "The Village Blacksmith."

Mr E. H. Wright, C.E., proposed "The land we live in."
* Song by Mr Corrigan of the Wanganui Herald, "Lannigan's Ball."
Mr Halcombe on rising said he was happy to again ask for bumpers in which to drink the health of his worthy friend Mr Roe and success to the Denbigh Hotel, as he could assure the company that under the proprietorship of Mr Roe the Hotel in which then were enjoying themselves so happily, would be conducted in such a manner that it would be a Hotel in reality and not what he regretted to say many hotels in this Colony were mere grog shops. Of Mr Roe, he could not speak in too flattering a manner, the more so as he was the first man who had assisted him in the Feilding settlement. Mr Roe place his workmen and materials on the ground and built the first houses occupied by the immigrants in Feilding; and prior to that , he had erected the spacious depot at Palmerston. He then erected the late Accommodation house, which had been a great boon to the public, and he (Mr Halcombe) regretted that the Denbigh Hotel was not built in the first instance. Mr Roe also built one of the first shops in Feilding, which he carried on for eighteen months. The toast was drunk with "He's a joy good fellow."
* Song by Messrs Slade and Lockwood "The Starboard Watch."

Mr G. F. Roe then rose and said: My Halcombe and gentlemen, let me offer you my best thanks, first for the honor you have done me in coming here this evening, and next for the warm manner in which you have received my health. It is the more gratifying to my feelings, after the many difficulties I have had to overcome before the Denbigh Hotel was opened. Now, however, that it has passed your scrutiny, I take your cheers as your approval. Nothing remains for me, or my brother, who is to be my successor, but by strict attention to the wants of our guests to merit a continuation of their patronage.
* Song by Harold Pearce, "The Watch on the Rhine."
"The Ladies" was proposed by Mr Wade in an appropriate speech.
* Song by Mr Lindsay Caldwell, "The Minute Gun at Sea."

"The Press" was next proposed by the Chairman, to which Mr E. H. Wright, of the Wanganui Herald, responded, and returned thanks on the part of Mr Corrigan and himself.
* Song by Mr Wright, "Are we fairly represented."
* Song by Mr Lash, "Old Simon the Cellerer."

Mr Gillett favored the company with a recitation from the play of Julius Caesar, which called forth loud applause. Mr McArthur and Dr Johnson sang some Scotch sons, and the company separated at midnight, after a very delightful evening

SHORT TIMELINE of the DENBIGH
(main purpose is to list owners / proprietors)
Feilding Star, 1 June 1886 - LICENSE TRANSFER
A transfer was granted from Chas. Roe to W. Watts, of the Denbigh hotel

Wanganui Herald, 4 June 1886 - NEW OWNER
The Denbigh Hotel, Feilding, has changed hands, Mr William Light, the well-known publican, of Wellington, being the purchaser. Mr Henry Axup was valuator for the new proprietor and Mr Anderson represented Mr W. T. Watts, the present occupant

Feilding Star, 4 Dec 1886 - Mr WATTS
The transfer of the license of the Manawatu Gorge Hotel was granted from Mr Lowes to Mr W. T. Watts, late of the Denbigh Hotel, Feilding

Feilding Star, 4 June 1887 - LICENSE RENEWAL
A new license was granted to Mr Light of the Denbigh Hotel

Feilding Star, 4 June 1889 - LICENSE RENEWAL
William Light, Denbigh Hotel, Mr Sandilands, solicitor, applied for renewal - Granted

Feilding Star, 10 Dec 1891 - BEST IN THE COLONY
The Denbigh Hotel is one of the best conducted in the colony, and the reputation of the popular proprietor, Mr William Light, as a host is so well known that no comment on that point is needed. As a buyer of wine Mr light excels, there being few better judges in the colony, therefore whatever he vends is sure to be the best in the market. In our advertising columns Mr Light invites his old friends, whether as visitors from other parts or local residents, to come and see him during the Christmas holidays to exchange Christmas greetings

Manawatu Herald, 18 April 1893 - STRANGE LAWS
To all persons engaged in the selling of spirituous liquor we call attention to the case heard before Mr Brabant of Thursday. The facts are simply these. In January the Foxton Racing Club sold the right to sell spirituous liquors in the Grand Stand Booth for their meeting on the 23rd of January to Mr Light, hotel keeper of Feilding. Mr Light permitted Mr Joseph Smith to act as his representative, though it appears he was on the ground himself. On the Grand Stand the bar is at the back of the building and displayed along it was the legend, in very large letter "Denligh hotel" and in small letters over the above "W. Light." That was all that was on the banner that had floated for many a year over booths on race-courses/ By evidence it will be seen that the name "W. Light" was not conspicuous owing to its having been doubled up in the fixing. The complaint urged against Mr Light fixed on his (temporary) premises with the addition after the name of the word "licensed" and of words sufficient to express the business for which his license has been granted. As it was evident that these words were wanting his Worship fined Mr Light five shilling and cost, though the maximum fine for a first offence is £5.
It was not made clear in Court why the action was taken and we do not care to seek why accepting that it was done in the exercise of duty. As the law stand, it appears to be lawful for any publican to practically lend his license to another person to trade with, provided he is prepared to accept all the commissions and omissions of his representative. Whether it is quite fair to the local publicans is another matter. To all who run booths at racecourses and elsewhere we earnestly recommend a study of clause 123 of The Licensing Act 1881 and to be quite sure that the name of the owner is in letters of sufficient size and that the sign contains the word "licensed" as well as words sufficient to express the business for which his license has been granted and that such sign is place on the front of the building in which such business is carried on

Feilding Star, 6 June 1894 - LICENSE RENEWAL
All the applications, which were for renewals or transfers for old houses, were granted, namely:
W. A. Floyd, Royal Hotel, Ohingaiti
P. McIlroy, Pelberton Hotel, Rangiwahia
J. Curran, Club Hotel, Ohingaiti
D. Sullivan, Hunterville Hotel, Hunterville
W. Meehan, Commercial Hotel, Ohingaiti
T. Lowes, Family and Commercial Hotel, Birmingham
T. Ryan, Cheltenham Hotel, Cheltenham
J. Mitchell, Argyle Hotel, Hunterville
Mrs Mary Tuck, Halcombe Hotel
Wm Light, Denbigh Hotel, Feilding
Mrs Martha Hastie, Feilding Hotel
H. Bastings, Manchester Hotel, Feilding
Mrs Maria Oliver, Empire Hotel, Feilding
J. Coyle, Clifton Hotel, Bulls
J. O'Halloran, Rangitikei Hotel, Bulls
S. Gibbons, White Hart Hotel, Marton
J. Mayo, Club Hotel, Bulls
R. Hunt, Marton Hotel
E. South, Railway Hotel, Marton

Feilding Star, 23 Nov 1894 - NEW ROOM
Mr Light of the Denbigh Hotel, has just had erected by Mr Fred Pope, the well-known builder, a large and commodious sample room, well supplied with suitable shelving and other necessary appurtenances. The building is 30ft 10in x 19ft and has been completed in a thoroughly workmanlike manner

Feilding Star, 11 June 1896 - LICENSE RENEWAL
Mr W. Light, Denbigh Hotel, Feilding, Mr Cathro for applicant - application granted

Feilding Star, 3 June 1897 - LICENSE RENEWAL
Wm. Light applied for a renewal of license for the Denbigh Hotel, Fielding. Mr Sandilands for applicant - granted

Feilding Star, 11 Feb 1899 - NEW PROPRIETOR
Mr W. T. Hook took possession of the Denbigh Hotel yesterday. Mr W. Evensen (of Cheltenham) acted as valuator of the stock and furniture on behalf of Mr Light and Mr J. R. Montague acted in a similar capacity for Mr Hook

Feilding Star, 6 June 1899 - Mr HOOK
In our advertising columns to-day Mr W. T. Hook, who recently took over the popular Denbigh Hotel, notifies that he is determined to maintain the reputation of that well-known commercial hostelry. First-class accommodation with the necessary facilities for comfort is provided, while the wines, ales and spirits kept in stock are of the choicest brands

Feilding Star, 17 July 1899 - NEW SAMPLE ROOM
Mr W. Hook, of the Denbigh Hotel invites tenders for the erection of sample rooms

Feilding Star, 1 Aug 1899 - NEW DRINK
Beef tea may be obtained at the Denbigh Hotel at hours advertised in wanted column

Feilding Star, 18 Jan 1900 - Mr LIGHT
Mr William Light, formerly of the Denbigh Hotel, Feilding, has taken the Provincial Hotel, Wanganui

Manawatu Standard, 3 Aug 1900 - STABLES
Tenders are invited by the architect, Mr L. G. West, for alterations and additions to the stables at the Denbigh Hotel

Feilding Star, 22 July 1901OBITUARY of CHARLES ROE

Feilding Star, 27 March 1902 - SEPTIC TANK
Mr Hook, of the Denbigh Hotel, has put an up to date septic tank in the rear of his premises

Feilding Star, 10 April 1902 - NEW PROPRIETOR
The proprietor of the Denbigh Hotel, Mr Hook, has leased the property to Mr P. Meehan, formerly of Wanganui, Ohingaiti and Bulls, for a term of years. Mr Meehan has an excellent record and will make an able successor to Mr Hook. Mr Meehan will take [possession on May 8th

Wanganui Herald, 18 Dec 1902 - IN COURT
The case in which William T. Hood sued William Meehan, to compel him to complete his purchase of the Denbigh Hotel, Marton, was mentioned before the Chief Justice at Wellington on Tuesday. After a short adjournment, it was intimated that the case had been settled on defendant paying certain damages which had been agreed upon

Feilding Star, 24 Oct 1903 - SENSATIONAL ARREST
Yesterday Constable Whitehouse and Lyons arrested, on a charge of robbery, a young man named Leslie Rolfe, a native of Sydney, about 23 years of age, who has been employed for the past two years as porter at Mr Hook's Denbigh Hotel. The police have in their possession a miscellaneous assortment of jewellery, silk ties, tobacco, clothing, etc., to the value of £20. Constable Whitehouse on making an examination of the accused's bedroom, discovered an iron trunk, which contained a number of the articles mentioned. He afterwards found a box, which was planted behind a wood heap in the yard of the Denbigh Hotel. Judging from the description of some of the articles, it would appear that the robbery is closely connected with the disappearance of a traveller's samples from Hastie's Sample Rooms, which took place on the night of Oct the 12th or early in the morning of the 14th. Mr Steele, Mr Carthew and Mr Young arrived by the 5:45 train last evening and identified various articles as having been abstracted from their samples

Feilding Star, 9 June 1904 - LICENSE RENEWAL
W. T. Hook, Denbigh Hotel, renewal granted

Wanganui Herald, 1 Sep 1904 - HOTEL DESTROYED
Hook's Denbigh Hotel and sample rooms were totally destroyed by fire at 2 o'clock this morning, the occupants barely escaping. The hotel contained 33 rooms and was built of wood. In less than three-quarters of an hour, the hotel and sample rooms ere reduced to ashes.
The Bank of New Zealand building on the opposite corner was for some time in danger, but the collapse of the hotel saved it. The insurances on the hotel and sample rooms are:- £775 on the stock, and £500 on the furniture in the Phoenix; on the building £875 (2017 equivalent of $153,451) in the London, Liverpool and Globe and on the stock and furniture £350 in the Commercial Union ...
The fire at the Denbigh Hotel was discovered a few minutes before two o'clock this morning by Constable Whitehouse, who had visited the locality half an hour previously but there was then no sign of an outbreak. The Constable, when interviewed, said the fire started in the kitchen, the door of which was locked. When the fire was discovered, flames were bursting through the window. In his opinion, the outbreak was purely accidental.
The hotel was erected about 29 years ago for Mr Chas. Roe
On the alarm being given, Mr Hook, owner and licensee, called up the occupants of the hotel and proceeded to the scene of the outbreak. Mr Hook says he found the fire broke out near the store-room. The flames spread so quickly that he was unable to return to his room for his clothes, and he had to escape in his night attire. In his opinion the fire was the work of an incendiary. Mr Hook estimates his loss at fully £3,000 ($526,121 in 2017)above the insurance.
It is stated that Mr Hook intends to erect a substantial, up-to-date hotel in brick on the site of the building destroyed. The Fire Police and Fire Brigade justified their existence by the good work which they did in the protection of property and in preventing the spread of the fire ...
About an hour prior to the fire at the Denbigh Hotel an outbreak was discovered in a loosebox at Marston's stables attached to the Feilding Hotel. Some straw had been heaped up under a feed box and lighted and the door, which was off the hinges, placed against the doorway to hide the flames until they had obtained a firm hold. Fortunately one of the attendants at the stables who was on duty very late owing to the Feilding Bowling Club's ball being in progress at the Assembly rooms adjoining, saw the fire and extinguished it before much damage was done. There were racehorses in the adjoining loose-boxes so that had the stables been destroyed valuable horseflesh would probably have been lost.
Sergt. Stagpoole received a telegram to-day stating that a man named John Robinson had been arrested on suspicion of having set fire to the stables

Manawatu Times, 16 Dec 1904 - NEW HOTEL
Mr W. Wilkinson, the successful tenderer for the new two-storeyed Denbigh Hotel, Feilding (£6440 worth) commenced operations yesterday. The building will be completed in six months

Manawatu Standard, 13 May 1905 - ELECTRIC LIGHT
Mr B. F. Graham, of Palmerston North, has secured the contract fo installing electric light in the new Denbigh Hotel at Feilding. Mr Hook has decided to instal a Hornsby-Akroyd oil engine for the electric lighting purposes, Messrs Reid and Gray are the sole New Zealand agents for this engine

Feilding Star, 22 July 1905 - DESTRUCTION
Some person or persons of a destructive turn of mind have disfigured the paper in nearly 50 bedrooms of the new Denbigh Hotel, thus spoiling the work

Feilding Star, 14 Aug 1905 - NEARLY THERE
The contractor, Mr W. Wilkinson, has now nearly completed the new Denbigh Hotel, which is being erected for Mr Hook. A considerable quantity of furniture has also arrived and is being put in position. The installation of the electric light plant is also well under way. The opening of the new hotel, which takes place next month, will probably relieve the congestion of the other hotels, which at the present time are taxed to the utmost for the accommodation of the general public and trabellers

Feilding Star, 10 June 1909 - LICENSE RENEWAL
W. T. Hook, Denbigh Hotel, Feilding

Manawatu Times, 27 Sep 1909 - NEW DYNAMO
Mr W. T. Hook, whose Denbigh Hotel is lit throughout with electric light, is having installed a new direct circuit compound dynamo of 160 ampheres-capable of registering 100 volts

Manawatu Standard, 22 Jan 1910 - NEW PROPRIETOR
Mr W. TL Hook, proprietor of the Denbigh Hotel, Feilding, who has held the freehold of, and conducted the Denbigh Hotel, Feilding, for some years, has disposed of his hotel to Mr A. J. Hurn, late of the Grand Hotel, Wellington and Taihape

Feilding Star, 23 Feb 1911 - FEILDING COURT
HOOK-NATUSCHE JUDGMENT

Mr A. D. Thomson, S.M., was occupied for two days at the last sitting of the Court in Feilding hearing a counter claim made by William Thomas Hook against Charles Natusche for £80 for alleged faulty supervision in the construction of the Denbigh Hotel building ... (more at above link)

Feilding Star, 8 June 1911 - LICENSE RENEWAL
A. J. Hurn, Denbigh Hotel, Feilding

Wanganui Chronicle, 28 Sep 1914 - GOOD IDEA
Mr Hurn, of the Denbigh Hotel, Feilding, has hit upon a good scheme for helping Belgian families who will be sufferers by the war. He has organised a series of rabbit drives for the purpose of securing a thousand rabbits. These will be frozen free of charge at the Feilding bacon factory and sent on to their destination through the Wellington Central Committee. The drives will be per motor cars and any owners of such cars who are prepared to carry shootists for the drives should communicate with Mr J. R. Perry

Feilding Star, 9 Aug 1917 - FURTHER CHARGES
ANTI-SHOUTING. Yesterday afternoon the Magistrate Mr G. W. K. Kenrick, S.M. continued the hearing of charges against local hotel employees for allowing breaches of the anti-shouting regulations. The charge against McLelland, barman at the Denbigh Hotel, was concluded. The Magisrtate said he was not satisfied the evidence of the police was strong enough for a conviction and the charge was dismissed ... Mary Anne Falconer, wife of the licensee was charged on two counts with permitting shouting

Feilding Star, 16 Sep 1919 - DEATH OF CAPTAIN FALCONER
Captain John Falconer, who death at Feilding was reported on Saturday had been, for the last dew years, the lessee of the Denbigh Hotel at Feilding

Feilding Star, 2 Oct 1919 - NEW PROPRIETOR
Mr Harry R. Wallace, who takes over the Denbigh Hotel to-day from the trustees of the late Captain Falconer, is an Anzac. A native of Christchurch - where his father was one of Canterbury's oldest licensed victuallers and his brother is a licensee - he was in the N.S.W. Civil, went to Egypt with the Main Body of Service when the war broke out. He was with the A.I.F. (1st Battalion of the 1st Brigade) and took part in the landing and subsequent fighting on Gallipoli. He was wounded shortly afterwards, but quickly returned, winning a stripe as corporal and was on the Peninsula until the evacuation when he went with the Australians to France and saw much fighting there. Corporal Wallace was in the fight on Lone Pine Ridge when his comrade, the late Captain Shout (another New Zealander) won his Victoria Cross

Wanganui Chronicle, 24 Nov 1919 - SERIOUS DAMAGE
The Denbigh Hotel building was seriously damaged by fire to-day. A little after 2pm flames were discovered in the staff's quarters upstairs at the end of one wing. The fire spread along the wing and the brigade had to fight for an hour to get control. One side of the building was practically gutted on the upstairs portion and the ground floor. The furnishings etc., were ruined by water. The damage is hard to estimate at present, but it is possibly £3000. Both building and stock were insured but particulars are not available. The proprietor is W. T. Hook and the licensee H. R. Wallace. The latter had been here about two months and the fire was very unfortunate for him. He had every room booked for the racing season next week.
The Hon. D. Guthrie's secretary was a guest at the hotel and was using a room for Lands Department work but though he lost his private belongings, like many others, no State documents were destroyed

Manawatu Standard, 16 Aug 1921 - LEASE DISPUTE
... the further defence was raised that if it was proved that the plaintiffs did introduce the said Mary Cramp as the purchaser of the hotel and that an agreement of sale and purchase was executed, the defendant claimed that prior to the agreement being entered into, plaintiff falsely represented to the defendant that the said Mary Cramp had made all necessary financial arrangements and had available the cash necessary to complete the contract ... (more at link)

Manawatu Times, 2 March 1927 - NEW PROPRIETOR
Mr H. Dooley, for a number of years the proprietor of the Denbigh Hotel in Feilding, retired yesterday and with Mrs Dooley will go into private residence in Denbigh Street, pending their departure on a visit to Ireland. Mr McPherson the new proprietor took over yesterday

Manawatu Times, 9 June 1927 - DENBIGH FIRE
The seventy-roomed structure known as the Denbigh Hotel, situated at the corner of Manchester and Fergusson Streets was imperilled by an outbreak of fire which occurred yesterday at 3:50pm. Smoke was seen issuing from an upstairs room in the servants quarter occupied by the second cook, Mr Seager, and while at first considered an incipient outbreak an investigation proved it to be a serious nature and the brigade was promptly summoned and no less promptly arrived on the scene.
Volumes of thick black smoke issued from the rear of the building and the whole structure was soon saturated with the smoke charged atmosphere. The brigade got quickly to work and were able to confine the flames to the seat of the outbreak. Water, however, found its way to the ground floor which was thoroughly soaked. The kitchen, dining room and front of the premises suffered extensively from the effect of the water and smoke and as the electric light wires had been cut, the premises were closed as it was impossible to see,
The new motor fire pump proved an acquisition. There was no doubt as to the water pressure once the pump got going and a copious supply helped the brigadesmen to get the outbreak under control.
The Denbigh Hotel was the scene of a severe fire in 1919 when practically the whole of one wing was destroyed. It is a substantial concrete and brick building of two storeys, owned by Mr W. Hook of Auckland, and occupied by Mr D. D. McPherson who recently took over the license from Mr H. Dooly.
The origin of the outbreak is a mystery, The occupier of the room was absent and nothing is known as to the cause.
The insurances were:- £4,700 on the Hotel premises in the Commercial Union Office and £4,850 in the Ocean Accident Office

Manawatu Times, 8 June 1928 - LICENSE RENEWAL
Harry Burrows, Denbigh Hotel, Feilding

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About the DENBIGH HOTEL
.. taken from Manawatu District, Heritage Inventory (pdf)
- anything in italics is my addition -
The Hotel is situated at 50 Manchester Street, FEILDING
The first accommodation house on the site was constructed in 1874 by Charles Roe (1833-1901) who arrived at Petone in 1840. Following his emigration to Wellington, he moved to the Australian gold fields before returning to Wellington where he had an interest in Wellington’s first hotel, Dickie Barretts’. He then followed a career in journalism with the New Zealand Advertiser and Parliament’s Hansard until 1874. Mr Roe ran the Denbigh hotel for 14 years until his retirement. He named the hotel after the Earl of Denbigh who was a director of the Emigrant’s and Colonists’ Aid Corporation, a significant organisation in the settlement of Feilding. As with the Feilding Hotel, the Denbigh has been damaged by fire and rebuilt over the years.

The hotel was constructed by William Wilkinson. Perhaps, even if the town and District were searched in every direction, it would be found impossible to find one who has made a greater contribution to the progress of Feilding, in the material sense, than the sturdy pioneer and artisan to whom we pay public recognition this week - Mr William Wilkinson, master builder of Feilding... Feilding Star, 5th December 1936.
William Wilkinson was born in Preston, Lancashire and immigrated to New Zealand in 1879. After first working in Feilding he then moved to Auckland and the Waikato before commencing business on his own account in 1896. He established the first joinery shop in Feilding and among the many buildings he constructed includes: the Denbigh Hotel, Feilding Technical School, the Bank of New Zealand, Sandilands Buildings, the Manchester Street block from Carthews to Haybittle and Sons, the Fergusson Street block from Tingey’s corner to Bramwell’s, the Feilding Library, the Rangitikei Club and the Masonic Hall.

ARCHITECTURAL DESCRIPTION
The building is designed in the Italianate Palazzo style. This Italianate commercial style was a part of the classical revival of the nineteenth century, which was championed by Sir Charles Barry from the 1840’s in his design of clubs and smaller office buildings. His preferred style was the sixteenth century Italian Palazzo and he was also influential in using this style for large country houses for the wealthy. Commercial buildings, particularly banks, preferred the use of classical architecture, and the design of C. R. Cockerell’s Sun Fire and Life Assurance building of 1839-42 in Threadneedle Street confirmed the Italianate Palazzo style. The design of larger structures using classical language was easily solved using the Palazzo style and quickly saw warehouses and multi-storey offices and other buildings adopt the Italianate Palazzo style. Architects such as Edward Walters, J. E. Gregan, Edward I’Anson, and John Gibson, popularised the style in England while Scottish architects also took up the style with gusto. The High Victorian period saw additional classical styles such as the French renaissance become a significant style, however the popularity of the Italianate Palazzo style for commercial buildings was maintained until the Edwardian period, when the style evolved into the Inter-war Commercial Palazzo style. This was developed by American architects McKim, Mead and White initially for Chicago high-rise commercial buildings, and this style became popular throughout the ‘New World’.
A rusticated base with arched window openings, triple arched colonnade to the upper front elevation and heavy cornices over upper windows and keystones are consistent with the style. As with most buildings of the town and period, the building is constructed of painted cement render over brickwork with painted timber joinery. Cast iron balustrading to the upper balcony is possibly an original element, however research on the original form and appearance of the building is lacking to form a definite conclusion. The interior largely retains its original planning; however relining the interior in the latter part of this century has obscured any original material to the ground and most of the upper floors. Small glimpses of the original lining material can be seen in the staff quarters where bedrooms have painted timber match lining on walls and ceiling and a bathroom has pressed metal on walls and ceiling. The substantial building addresses Manchester Street, with an obvious, and long, side elevation to Fergusson Street.

SUMMARY OF HERITAGE VALUES
The building has regional significance for historical and architectural heritage values.
As the first public accommodation house in Feilding, the building has had an historical association with Feilding since its first settlement. Having been built by William Wilkinson, the building retains historical associations with the most prolific and successful builder in Feilding of the Edwardian period.
The building has architectural values as a good representative example of the Edwardian Italianate style, which was popular for hotels and office buildings in the early 20th century. The front elevation contributes to the streetscape of Fergusson Street and is a primary building in the town’s historic Edwardian precinct. It has moderate levels of authenticity of exterior design.

PHOTO
The DENBIGH HOTEL
1920s
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EADES marriages New Zealand 1862-1937

the EADES GROOMS
also see NOTES at end


Albert Colin 'Chum' Eades (1892-1960)
* son of William Henry Eades & Mary Campbell
* grandson of William Eades & Sarah Rigby
Albert married Alice Vida Rennells D'ath (1892-1979) in 1916
* daughter of George Gooch D'ath & Sarah Mulholland
the known children of Albert & Alice
1913 - 1981 Henry Mervyn 'Harry' Eades
1917 - Gwendoline Mary Eades
Evening Post, 23 Dec 1939 - ENGAGEMENT
EADES-PEARSON The engagement is announced of Bettie, younger daughter of Mrs and the late Mr A. T. Pearson, Lower Hutt, to Harry, only son of Mr and Mrs A. C. Eades, Palmerston North
* Albert was a hairdresser in Palmerston North. He died 15 Nov 1960 aged 68 and buried at Kelvin Grove
* Alice Vida Eades next married Frederick John Guthrie (1893-1979). She died 1 Dec 1979 aged 86 and is buried with Albert
* Frederick was a son of Alexander & Maria (1847-1916) Guthrie. Frederick first married Janet Mary Coy in 1914. He lived in Wanganui

Albert John Eades (1900-1950)
* son of Frank James Eades & Ellen Hunter
Albert married Doris May Taylor (1907-2000) in 1930
* daughter of Arthur Firman (1884-1939) & Ada Beatrice Violetta Taylor
* Albert & Doris are buried at Wakapuaka, Nelson

Alfred Eades (1890-1961)
* son of Joseph Eades & Hannah Tanner
Alfred married Eliza Le Comte (1894-1977) in 1914
* daughter of Stephen Le Comte & Susan Jane Bishell
the known children of Alfred & Eliza
1915 - 2008 Olive Carlein Victoria Eades
1916 - 2015 Doreen Azalia Eades (+ Ireland)
1917 - 1968 Alfred Edison Eades
1920 - 2002 Connie Eades
1922 - 2007 Joan Celestine Eades
1924 - 1992 Robert Irvine Phillip 'Bob' Eades

Arthur Thwaites Eades (1886-1955)
* born in Melbourne, 1 of 12 children of Henry George Eades (1863-1939) & Alice Annie Thwaites, died in Auckland
(brother Wilfred James Eades is below)
Arthur married Amy Taylor (1887-1964) 21 Jan 1913
* born in Victoria, Australia, died in Tauranga
They lived at 604 Mount Albert Rd., Auckland
the known children of Arthur & Amy
* 1914 - 2005 Allan Taylor Eades
- Allan married Edith Mary Viles (1921-2005), daughter of Albert Victor Viles & Jane Isobel Greathead of the Wairarapa
* 1918 - 2007 Ralph Eades
- Ralph was a chemist in Auckland. He served in WWII as Sergeant 74791, NZ Medical Corps, 24 Field Ambulance. Ralph married Elsie Jean Wendlebourne (1917-1950), he next married Alfreda Grace Hood (1911-1995), he next married Gwenyth Ann 'Gwen' Warren (1934-, in 1981). He died 12 Sep 2007 aged 89 in Tauranga
* 1920 - Warren Eades
- Warren was educated at Ngaio School & Seddon Memorial Technical College and played rugby for Manukau. He received his commission in NZ and was Sergeant-Pilot at age 19. He married Gay Cleaver (1926-2013)

Colin Campbell Eades (1910-1981)
* son of George William Campbell Eades & Mary Lucy Robinson
Colin married Valmai Myrtle Granville (1912-1992) in 1933
* daughter of Harry Herman Granville & Grace Cecelia Jones
died in Wanganui

Edwin Thomas Eades (1882-1958)
* son of John Eades & Caroline Sylvia Clemston
Edwin married Alison Goodin (1884-1906) in 1905
* daughter of Philip Goodin & Jane Waugh of the Hutt Valley
the known children of Edwin & Alison
1905 - 1919 Myrtle Caroline Jane Eades
* Edwin next married Florence Daisy Shotbolt (1885-1958) in 1918

Francis Edward 'Frank' Eades (1897-1926)
* son of William Henry Eades & Jane Donovan
Frank married Florence Martha Hyams (1894-1918, nee Macpherson) on 8 Nov 1918
- Florence first married Benjamin Hyams (a waiter) in March 1914. She had obtained a divorce and the custody of her two daughters, Alice Maud & Edna May Hyams, in Nov 1917, on the grounds of his adultery
Florence died 21 Nov 1918 aged 23, 13 days after her marriage (very possibly due to the Flu Pandemic because she died in the hospital which was set up for the victims). She is buried with her baby (who died the following day) in Plot 100E at Karori. Frank died 8 years after her, aged 29, and is buried with his father William.
Evening Post, 22 Nov 1918 - DEATH
EADES - On the 21st November 1918, at the Normal School Temporary Hospital, Florence Martha, dearly beloved wife of Frank Eades, and daughter of Mr and Mrs Macpherson, in her 24th year. Deeply regretted
Evening Post, 16 Jan 1926 - FUNERAL NOTICE
The funeral of the late Frank Eades will leave St Anne's Church, Green street, Newtown, on Monday 18th January, 1926, at 10.30a.m. for the Cemetery, Karori
NOTES on Florence's daughters
Florence's daughters, Alice 'Maud' (1914-1984) & Edna May (1917-) Hyams attended Vivian Street Church of Christ Bible School in Wellington and in 1926, at the age of 12 Maud came third in Class and at the age of 9 Edna came 1st. Edna attended Wellington Technical College and in Dec 1931, at the age of 14, she came first in her class. In 1932, at the age of 15 she came first in Hygiene and second in English, Bookkeeping, Writing and History
* Alice 'Maud' Hyams married Albert Nelson Headifen (1915-1959) in 1937. Albert was a son of Howard McMillan Headifen & Ismay James

Frank James Eades (1863-1939)
* son of William Henry & Sarah Eades (see notes at end)
Frank married Ellen Hunter (1869-1951) in 1894
the known children of Frank & Ellen
1894 - 1974 Edith Ruby Eades
1896 - 1946 Frank William Eades
- In 1917 Private Frank Eades of the Medical Corp was admitted to Brockenhurst Hospital suffering from bronchitis and a dilated heart. He received his discharge in England in March 1918 and transported home
1898 - Eunice Ellen Eades
1900 - 1950 Albert John Eades
1908 - 1988 Gladys Millicent Eades
* Frank was the publican of the 13 room hotel, the Prince Albert, on Nile St., Nelson. He took over from Andrew Bailey in 1901 after having managed the Metropolitan Hotel. He was granted a permanent license in 1910. He & Ellen are buried at Wakapuaka, Nelson, as is son Frank William

George Cyril Eades (1908-1977)
* son of George William Campbell Eades & Mary Lucy Robinson
* grandson of William Henry Eades & Mary Campbell
George married Gladys Evelyn Signal (1909-1983) in 1935
* daughter of Alfred Albert Signal & Lucy Elena Head of Wanganui

George William Campbell Eades (1886-1971)
* son of William Henry Eades & Mary Campbell
* grandson of William Eades & Sarah Rigby
George married Mary Lucy Robinson (1888-1974) in 1908
the known children of George & Mary
1908 - 1997 Cyril George Eades
1910 - 1981 Colin Campbell Eades
1912 - 1988 Albert William 'Bert' Eades
1914 - 1989 Phyllis Irene May Eades
1915 - 1943 Roy Stanley Eades (Private 427586, 21 Infantry Battalion, killed in Tunisia, North Africa)
1916 - 2005 Francis John 'Frank' Eades (+ Finer)
1920 - 1985 Norman Edward Eades
1924 - Mavis Joyce Eades
1926 - 1992 Bruce Osborne Eades

Harry Leslie Eades (1876-1952)
* born in Wellington, a son of James Bryant Eades & Elizabeth Jane Trengrove
Harry married Maud Elizabeth Willard (1875-1924) in 1897
* born in Auckland to Stephen Francoise Willard & Louisa D'Oley Perrott
the known children of Harry & Maud
1898 - 1961 Harry Leslie Eades
1899 - 1977 Stephen Charles Perry Eades (born Wellington)
1901 - 1991 James Trengrove Eades (born Wanganui)
1903 - 1991 Richard Allan Eades (born Dunedin)
* Maude died 6 July 1924 in Wellington
* Harry changed his name to Trengrove in Melbourne and he died there on 16 Oct 1952 aged 76

Harry Leslie Eades (1898-1961)
* son of Harry Leslie Eades & Maud Elizabeth Willard
Harry married Elizabeth Janet 'Bess' Craft (1899-1970) in Hawera Registry Office in 1921
* born in Patea to Thomas Craft & Janet Potter Johnston
Harry & Elizabeth had 6 known children
1927-2011 June Natalie, Marion Janet, 1930-1979 Neville James & others
* Harry died 4 May 1961 in Christchurch
* Bess died 10 May 1970 in Christchurch

Henry Claude Raymond Eades (1916-1992)
* son of Henry Eades & Sophie Maud Ehlers
Henry married Iris Rona Phelan (1913-1966) in 1935
* daughter of Alfred Ernest Phelan & Eva Jacobs of Auckland

James Bryant Eades (1841-1908)
* born Croydon, Surrey to James Briant Eades & Louisa Barker
James married Elizabeth Jane Trengrove (1858-1901) in 1875
* born Falmouth, Cornwall to Prudence Trengrove who later married Henry Mitchell
the known children of James & Elizabeth
1876 - 1952 Harry Leslie 'Les' Eades (+ Maude Willard)
1878 - 1925 James Garland Eades (buried Karori)
1879 - 1972 Frances Prudence Eades (+ Tiller, died in Rotorua)
1881 - 1925 Julia Maude Louisa Eades (+ Burns, died in Sydney)
1883 - 1942 Thomas Edward Eades (died in Melbourne)
1885 - 1970 William Francis Eades (+ Edith Lillian Jones)
1887 - 1967 Ethel May Eades (+ Henry Colwell, died Wellington)
1889 - 1979 Charles Albert Eades (died in Wellington)
* Elizabeth died 2 Sep 1901 in Wellington
* James died 24 Aug 1908 in Wellington

James Trengove Eades (1901-1991)
* son of Harry Leslie Eades & Maud Elizabeth Willard
James married Gwendoline Dorice Garrett (1914-) in Christchurch 29 March 1936
* daughter of Ernest Howard Garrett & Mabel Evelyn Pearl Barry
* James died in Whangarei

John* Eades (1855-1930)
* son of George Eades of Werribee, Victoria
John married Mary Rae* (1863-1942) in 1880
the known children of John & Mary
1881 - 1881 George* Eades (aged 20 days)
1882 - 1949 Thomas Rae Eades
1887 - Florence Eades
1891 - 1893 Jane Rae* Eades
1892 - 1893 Henry* Eades (aged 10 months)
1884 - 1956 Elizabeth* Eades
1885 - Isabella Eades
1889 - John Eades
Otago Daily Times, 24 July 1930 - DEATH of JOHN
EADES - On July 14, 1930, in the Edendale School (suddenly), John, beloved husband of Mary Eades, "Edenhope" Edendale, and third son of the late George Eades, of Werribee, Victoria; aged 75 years
* buried together at Wyndham cemetery, Southland

John Hemming Eades (1851-1927)
* born Kingswinford, Staffordshire to William Eades & Sarah Rigby
John married Caroline Sylvia Clemston (1843-1885) in 1872
the known children of John & Caroline
* 1872 - 1951 John Hemming Eades
* 1875 - 1875 William Henry Eades (aged 6 months)
* 1876 - 1877 James Frederick Eades (aged 6 months)
* 1877 - 1913 Martha Louisa Eades
* 1882 - 1958 Edwin Thomas Eades
* 1884 - Henry 'Harry' Eades
* 1885 - 1921 Caroline Sylvia Eades
Caroline died 3 Dec 1885 aged 42 in Lower Hutt and is buried Bridge St., cemetery
John next married Susan Ann Ebden (1863-1932) 14 Feb 1887 (Valentines Day)
* daughter of George Ebden & Susan Osborn.
- Susan had a son, Standard Henry Ebden (1886-1926), born 23 Jan 1886. He then became Eades
the known children of John & Susan
* 1889 - 1970 Hilda May Eades (+ Hooper + Ehlers)
* 1891 - 1948 Alice Maud Eades (+ Edward Martin Lemberg)
* 1894 - 1915 Joseph William Eades (born Mangaroa, Wellington)
- Private 12/731, Auckland Infantry Battalion, Main Body, was killed in action at the landing on Gallipoli
* 1896 - 1919 Walter Harold Eades
- Lieutenant Corporal 12/4169, 2nd Battalion, Auckland Infantry Regiment, classified unfit after shrapnel lodged in left lumbar region, discharged & transported to NZ via England in March 1917. Walter died in NZ on Anzac Day, 25 April 1919, aged 22 on the 4th anniversary of his brother Joseph's killing at Gallipoli
Auckland Star, 25 April 1921 - IN MEMORIAM
* EADES - Joseph William, killed in action 25th April 1915, aged 21 years. His memory I cherish - Inserted by his loving brother, Stan Eades
* EADES - Walter Harold (Returned Soldier), died 25th April 1919 aged 22 years. Forget? Ah, no, some might forget, The boy that once they gave. Bu my love still follows him, Far, far beyond the grave. Inserted by his loving brother, Stan Eades
* 1900 - 1915 Cecil George Kitchner Eades (aged 15)
* John Hemming Eades died 24 June 1927 aged 75. Susan Ann Eades died 26 Oct 1932 aged 68 in Auckland Hospital. They are buried Waikumete cemetery, Auckland

John Hemming Eades (1872-1951)
* son of John Hemming Eades & Caroline Sylvia Clemston and a grandson of William Eades & Sarah Rigby
John married Hannah Eades (nee Tanner) in 1898
- Hannah first married Joseph Eades (see next)
the known children of John & Hannah
1899 - 1976 Robert Ingram Phillip Eades
* John & Hannah are buried together at Old Gorge cemetery, Woodville

Joseph Eades (1860-1892)
Joseph married Hannah Tanner in 1885
Hannah was born at Dry River, Wairarapa to Alfred Tanner (1835-24 Sep 1902) and Alice Nethercott (1838-20 Nov 1902).
* Joseph was a son of William Eades & Sarah Rigby
the known children of Joseph & Hannah
1886 - 1889 Joseph Eades (aged 3)
1887 - 1980 Leah Eades
1890 - 1961 Alfred Eades
1892 - 1977 Jessie Alice Eades (aka Jessamine Eunice)
Joseph died Boxing Day 1892 aged 32 at Karere, near Longburn. Baby Jessie was 7 months old. Cause of death (by verdict of Jury), killed by a fall from a horse while drunk
Hannah next married John Hemming Eades (1872-1951) in 1898
* John was a son of John Hemming Eades & Caroline Sylvia Clemston and a grandson of William Eades & Sarah Rigby
the known children of John & Hannah
1899 - 1976 Robert Ingram Phillip Eades
* Joseph is buried at Terrace End
* Hannah is buried next to John at Old Gorge, Woodville

Owen 'Edward' Eades (1878-1953)
* born in Wellington to William Henry Eades (1835-1895) & Sarah Rigby (1835-1911) Eades (see notes at end). William was an undertaker. They are buried in Karori
Edward married Rosalie 'Rose' Derungs (1882-1965) in 1906
* 1 of 10 known children of Giovanni Antonio 'John' Derungs of Switzerland & Margaret Ann Stephenson of County Kildare, Ireland
the known children of Edward & Rose
1914 - 1947 Margery Edith Eades (+ Gibson)

Richard Allan Eades (1903-1991)
* son of Harry Leslie Eades & Maud Elizabeth Willard
Richard married Sylvia Laurel Mollison (1904-1995) in 1931
* daughter of Thomas Alexander Mollison & Clara Caroline Amy Wright
* born in Dunedin, Richard died in Kerikeri

Richard John Eades (1910-1941)
* son of Thomas Rae Eades & Grace Maud Blackburn of Southland
Richard married Alice May Dickson (1911-) in 1929
* daughter of George Dickson & Alice Annie Bell (1884-1972)
Richard died 28 Aug 1941 aged 31

Robert Ingram Philip 'Curly' Eades (1899-1976)
* son of John Hemming Eades & Hannah Tanner
Robert married Margaret Mabel Godfrey Malcon (1911-1987) in 1933
* born in Waipukurau to Francis Joseph Malcon & Mabel Beatrice Sowry
They had 5 known children. Margaret died Ohakune

Stanley Henry 'Stan' Eades (1886-1926)
* Stan was base born in Upper Hutt, 23 Jan 1886, as Standard Henry Ebden, to Susan Ann Ebden.
Susan married John Hemming Eades (1851-1927), as his 2nd wife, when Stan was 13 months old. His name became Eades
Stan married Ethel Abigail May Joyce/Gentry (1898-) in Auckland 12 Dec 1923
* born in Newcastle, NSW to Sarah Abigail Margaret Joyce (1876-1955) see notes below
the known children of Stanley & Ethel
1924 - 1999 Shirley Abigail Eades (+ Reid, died in Porirua)
Auckland Star, 16 Sep 1927 - IN MEMORIAM
* EADES - In loving memory of my dear husband, Stanley Henry Eades, who departed this life, Sep 16 1926. Inserted by his loving wife and little daughter, Ethel and Shirley Eades
* EADES - In loving memory of our dear son-in-law, Stanley Eades, who departed this life, Sep 16 1926. Ever remembered. Inserted by J. and S. McGaw
NOTES on Stan
* In Aug 1904 at age 18, Standard Eades, alias H. Fisches, alias Harlen was charged with stealing a bicycle from Oates, Lowry & Co., on Cuba Street Wellington. He rode it to Eketahuna (approx 113 miles/180km) and sold it for £5, getting a ten shilling deposit
* In May 1905 at age 19, Standard Henry Eades, with two aliases, was sentenced to one months gaol for stealing sundry articles from a portmanteau at Hukanui railway station
* In June 1907 at age 21, Standard Henry Eades, alias Fishes, alias Harlem, pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing a silver watch chain from the bedroom of Charles Trudgeon in Masterton. He needed to buy cigarettes
NOTES on Ethel's mother
Sarah Abigail Margaret Joyce married/partnered Charles William Gentry (1846-1902) in NSW in 1892 and had 3? known children (note large gap between marriage & found births)
* 1898 - Ethel Abigail May Joyce
- married Stan Eades as Gentry
* 1899 - 1959 Rupert Charles Joyce
- Rupert married Ellen Dyer in NZ in 1928 as Gentry AKA McGaw. Death registered as McGaw
* 1901 - 1974 Alice Pearl Joyce
- Alice married Nolan Pierce Edwards in NZ in 1921 as Gentry
Sarah next married James McGaw (1856-1932), from Glasgow, as his 2nd wife, in Auckland 22 Dec 1905 and some of her children took his name. James had first married Ann ? in Sydney and had 3 children. He was a widower in Sydney by 1892 and became a Steward & Chief Steward on NZ-OZ steamers for the Blackball Company, retiring in 1918
* Sarah's 1st husband, Charles William Gentry had first married Rebecca Anderson in Thames, Coromandel, NZ in 1870 and had 5 children (Ethel's step/half siblings)
* 1871 - 1918 William Charles Gentry
- William married Polly Jane Hadden (1875-), daughter of Lewis James Hadden of Taupiri. They had 3 known daughters in Taupiri, Polly Priscilla (1900-), Mary Priscilla (1904-) & Rebecca Jane (1905-1946) Gentry. These daughters married into the Hopa and Paki families of Taupiri & Ngaruawahia. William died in Taupiri during the Flu Pandemic
* 1872 - Mary Martha Gentry
* 1874 - Rebecca Gentry
- Rebecca had a base born daughter in 1895, Edith Anderson Gentry. Rebecca married Lewis James Hadden (1879-1903) in 1900. Son of Lewis James Hadden of Taupiri and brother of her brother William's wife Polly. Lewis died 30 July 1903 at 111 Grey St., Onehunga aged 24, the home of his brother-in-law, William Gentry
* 1876 - Catherine Ann Gentry
* 1878 - 1878 Frederick Gentry (aged 5 days)
Charles William Gentry died 26 June 1902 in Toronto, NSW aged 56
Sarah has a daughter in NZ on 29 Nov 1903, Olive Martha Joyce, (father not recorded, Charles had been dead 5 months - more research required)
James McGaw died 23 April 1932 in Auckland Hospital aged 76
Sarah Abigail Margaret McGaw died in NZ 13 Dec 1955 aged 79

Stephen Charles Perry Eades (1899-1977)
* son of Harry Leslie Eades & Maud Elizabeth Willard
Stephen married Evelyn Woodward (1902-1986) in 1925

Thomas Eades
Thomas married Emily Frances Devlin (nee Griffiths, 1885-1964) in 1928
* daughter of Mark & Frances Griffiths. Emily first married George Henry Devlin (1880-1914) in 1904. Son of Walter George Devlin & Kate Black, a house painter from County Armagh then of Timaru & Oamaru
Otago Witness, 15 April 1914 - DEATH of GEORGE
DEVLIN - On April 11 (suddenly), at his residence, 153 Maitland street, George Henry, beloved husband of Emily Frances Devlin and only son of Walter George Devlin (late of Christchurch); aged 33

Thomas Rae Eades (1883-1949)
* son of John Eades & Mary Rae of Southland, Thomas was a farmer at Edendale, Southland and bred champion stud Friesian Bulls and cattle
Thomas married Grace Maud Blackburn (1886-1913) in 1904
the known children of Thomas & Grace
1904 - Lillian Mary Eades
1905 - 1976 Elizabeth Norma Eades
1906 - Ivy Agnes Eades
1908 - 1909 Henry Eades (aged 6 months)
1910 - 1941 Richard John Eades
1912 - 2000 Susan Lorina Eades
* Grace died 20 April 1913 aged 27 and is buried Grave 25, Block X at Wyndham cemetery
Thomas next married Ellen Payne Challis (1885-1964) in 1916
* daughter of George Challis & Margaret Pollock Smith

Victor Fredrick Eades (1907-1937)
* son of W. H. Eades ?
Victor married Christina MacKenzie Mclean (1912-1934) in 1932
* daughter of James Weir McLean & Emily Sarah Allison Deans who married in Pukerau, Gore
Auckland Star, 8 Jan 1934 - BIRTH
EADES - On January 7, at 23 Jersey Avenue, Mount Albert, to Mr and Mrs V. F. Eades, a son. Both well. No visitors seven days
Auckland Star, 22 Nov 1934 - BEREAVEMENT
EADES - Mr V. F. Eades wishes to thank all kind friends and relatives who sympathised with him in his sad bereavement; also for letters, cards, telegrams and floral emblems received, also nurses, sisters and doctors, Auckland Hospital
Auckland Star, 12 May 1937 - DEATH
EADES - On May 12 (suddenly), Victor Frederick, dearly beloved husband of the late Christina and loving son of Mr and Mrs W. H. Eades, 32 Brunton Road, Mount Eden, aged 30 years.

Wilfred James Eades (1888-1967)
* born in Melbourne, 1 of 12 children of Henry George Eades (1863-1939) & Alice Annie Thwaites (His brother Arthur Thwaites Eades is above)
Wilfred married Catherine Florence Kinson (1893-1979) in 1917
He enlisted in WWI with the Australian Army/Flying Corps 219798, 11th Battalion A.I.F. in Nov 1914. His mother, Alice Annie Eades was in Bendigo.
* Catherine was born in Caramut, Victoria and died in Brunswick, Melbourne
* Wilfred died in Melbourne

William Francis Eades (1885-1970)
* son of James Bryant Eades & Elizabeth Jane Trengrove
William married Edith Lillian Jones (1892-1970) in Petone, 26 Feb 1912
the known children of William & Edith
1913 - Ethel May Eades
1915 - Hilda Dorothy Eades

William Henry Eades (1866-1960)
* born in Lower Hutt to William Eades & Sarah Rigby
William married Mary Campbell (1865-1928) in 1885
* born in Lanarkshire, Scotland to George & Jane Campbell
the known children of William & Mary
1886 - 1971 George William Campbell Eades
1888 - 1888 Mary Eades (aged 1 day)
1890 - 1958 Sarah Jane Eades
1892 - 1960 Albert Colin 'Chum' Eades
1899 - 1967 Ivy Winifred Eades
William & Mary died in Wanganui

William Henry Eades (1870-1924)
William married Jane Donovan in 1895
the known children of William & Jane
1895 - 1917 William Henry Eades
- Driver 7/1841, 9th Reinforcements, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, C Squadron NZEF, died of his wounds in Belgium 18 Oct 1917. His parents were then living at 20 Frederick St, Tawa, Wellington
1896 - Edith May Eades
1897 - 1926 Francis Edward 'Frank' Eades (buried Karori with father)
1898 - 1899 Irene Doris Eades (aged 8 months, buried Karori, with 1 hour old sibling)
1899 - 1981 Florence Eades
1901 - Francis John Eades
1903 - 1903 unnamed baby Eades (died aged 1 hour & buried Plot 64C, ROM CATH at Karori with sister Irene)
* William died 13 Sep 1924 aged 54 and is buried Plot 528 G at Karori with son Frank

William Henry Eades (1884-1949)
* son of John Eades & Caroline Sylvia Clemston
William married Sophie Maud Ehlers (1882-1946) in 1911
* daughter of John Rudolph Ehlers & Agnes Gertrude Blanchard. Sister of Rudolph John Ehlers who was the second husband of Hilda May Eades. Sophie first married John Samuel Duncan (1880-1966) in 1901
the known children of Henry & Sophie
1913 - 1913 Alice Maud Eades (aged 4 days)
1916 - 1992 Henry Claude Raymond Eades
NOTE Henry Eades informed the police in Eltham, in March 1910, that John Samuel Duncan had broken a pane of glass in a house on Neill road, the property of Mr Corbett

the EADES BRIDES
Alice Maud Eades (1891-1948)
* daughter of John Eades & Susan Ann Ebden
Alice married Edward Martin Juel Lemberg (1884-1959) in 1911
* born in Denmark to Klaus Wilhelmsen Lemberg (1848-1927) & Hanna Johansson (1859-1940) (both buried Mangaoranga, Eketahuna)
the known children of Alice & Edward
1914 - 1993 Thelma Mavis Lemberg (+ Dawson Patterson)
* Alice died 26 Jan 1948
* Edward died 27 Nov 1959
- they are buried together at Kelvin Grove

Anna Maria Eades (1856-1936)
* born in Birmingham to William Eades & Sarah Rigby
Anna married Thomas Baxter (1853-1939) in Wellington in 1875
* born in Lancashire to James Baxter & Elizabeth Holme (nee Woodward)
the known children of Anna & Thomas
1876 - 1935 James Thomas Baxter (+ Elizabeth Jane Bolton)
1878 - 1950 Elizabeth Anne 'Tot' Baxter (+ John Blackhall Bennie)
1880 - 1968 Leah Baxter (+ John William Snowden)
1882 - 1963 Elsie 'Halsie' Baxter (+ Tom Nicholas Snowdon)
1884 - 1918 Arthur Baxter (+ Emma Jane Richardson)
1886 - William Baxter
1888 - 1935 Alice Martha Baxter (+ Charles Clifton Lister)
1890 - 1890 Ellen Baxter (as newborn)
1892 - 1967 Robert Baxter
1895 - 1978 Ernest Baxter
1897 - 1988 Inez Baxter (+ Ernest Alfred Willey)
* Anna died 20 Feb 1936 in Ellerslie, Auckland
* Thomas died 27 Oct 1939 in Auckland Hospital
Auckland Star 28 Oct 1939
The death occurred at the Auckland hospital of Mr Thomas Baxter, pioneer settler of Rowan. Mr and Mrs Baxter and their family who came from Sanson, settled at Rowan about 53 years ago on a farm, then in standing bush which they felled and grassed. Mrs Baxter predeceased her husband three years ago. The surviving members of their family of 11 children are Messrs William, Ernest and Robert Baxter, all of Auckland and Mesdames E. Bennie and E. Willy of Auckland, T. Snowden of Te Kuiti and J. W. Snowden of Inaha. Two sons and two daughters predeceased their parents

Anne Maria Eades (1823-1902)
Anne married James Snyder Browne (1821-1885) in 1876
Poverty Bay Herald, 26 Aug 1902 - DEATH of ANNE
BROWNE - At Gisborne, on August 26, Anne Maria Browne, relict of the late James 'Snyder' Browne, aged 70 years. The funeral will leave her late residence, Lowe street, at 3p.m., on Thursday, for Makaraka Cemetery
NOTES
* The Greymouth Evening Star was the second newspaper to be established in Greymouth, although it was Greymouth’s first daily newspaper. Two important figures in the early life of the Star were James Snyder Browne and his son Montagu Lindsay Browne who is named as the sole proprietor of the newspaper in its issue of 1 June 1869. James Snyder Browne was one of the founders of Hokitika’s Evening Star and was later involved with a number of other newspapers, including being editor of the New Zealand Herald.
* There is a scrapbook consisting largely of newspaper cuttings of articles written by James Browne (1821-1885) under the nom de plume Snyder... Reminiscences in the life of a colonial journalist, My sentiments and other contributions (a colour portrait of James is mounted at the back of the scrapbook - go to link)
Under the pseudonym of "Snyder", Browne for many years contributed lively, facile commentaries on colonial life which were syndicated throughout New Zealand. About 1870 "Snyder" published some thirty five articles entitled, "Reminiscences in the life of a colonial journalist" based on some lectures given at the Mechanics Institute in Auckland, which cover his memory of personalities and events in Tasmania and the Victorian gold-fields, Otago, the West Coast and other parts of New Zealand. These cuttings are mounted inside the scrapbook.
... James "Snyder" Browne arrived at the Otago gold-fields in 1861 by way of Brazil, Tasmania and the Victorian gold-fields. On the gold-fields he took up journalism where his acid pen made him a favourite correspondent and columnist throughout New Zealand, and he edited newspapers on the West Coast and for a brief time at Whakamarina in Marlborough. Browne later edited the 'New Zealand Herald' in Auckland followed by a term as proprietor of the 'Coromandel Mail'. From about 1873 until 1878 Browne was editor of the 'Poverty Bay Standard'. When he retired from active journalism he set up business in Gisborne as an auctioneer and commission agent. He died in Gisborne on 7 Nov 1885
* James & Anne are buried Plot 62, Block MKA, Makaraka

Annie Caroline Eades
Annie married John Sutherland in 1878
- nothing known

Doreen Azeala Eades (1916-2015)
* daughter of Alfred Eades & Eliza Le Comte
Doreen married Eric James Ireland (1913-1973) in 1934
* son of Arthur Joseph Ireland & Elizabeth Hannah Mason

Dorothy 'Annie' Eades (1875-1962)
* daughter of William Henry & Sarah Eades (see notes at end)
Annie married George Albert Prince (1879-1954) in 1901
the known children of Dorothy & George
1903 - Clifford William Prince
* George died 13 Aug 1954 aged 75 in Rangimarie Home. He is buried at Te Henui
(Charles Silver Carley??)

Edith Eades
Edith married Robert Reid 3 Feb 1885
- nothing known

Edith May Eades (1896-1925)
* daughter of William Henry Eades & Jane Donovan
Edith married Albert Edwin Randolph 'Bert' Collins (1890-1918) in 1917
* son of Robert Collins & Emily 'Kate' Johnston Yorston (Kate was born in London. Her mother was Catherine Yorston who married Alexander Johnston and later Wilhem Thompson in NZ. Kate's father, Alexander Johnston, was the Superintendent of Wellington Hospital)
Evening Post, 3 Dec 1918 - DEATH of ALBERT
COLLINS - On the 28th November 1918, at St John's Temporary Hospital, Albert Edwin (Bert), dearly beloved youngest son of Kate and the late Robert Collins, 12 Donald-McLean-street; aged 28 years. Deeply regretted
Edith next married Frederick Huntly Peterson in 1920
* son of W. W. Peterson of 44 King St., Newtown, Wellington. Served in WWI as Trooper 11/1951, Wellington Mounted Rifles, 8th Reinforcements

Ethel May Eades (1887-1967)
* born in Wellington, a daughter of James Bryant Eades & Elizabeth Jane Trengrove
Ethel married Henry Colwell (1887-1957) in Wellington 1908
the known children of Ethel & Henry
1908 - 1981 Phyllis May Colwell
1909 - James Bryant Henry Colwell
* Ethel & Henry were cremated at Karori

Eunice Ellen Eades (1898-)
* daughter of Frank James Eades & Ellen Hunter
Eunice married Norman Gordon Lindsey (1896-1969) in 1923
* son of Robert Woodliffe Lindsey & Mary Gordon of Gisborne. Norman served as Rifleman 59211, 30th Reinforcements, H Company NZEF, embarking 8 Dec 1917. He is on the Hastings Districts War Memorial/Roll of Honour
* Eunice was granted a decree nisi in Oct 1927 on the grounds of Norman's desertion
* Norman next married Charlotte McElney in 1932

Florence Eades (1887-1943)
* daughter of John Eades & Mary Rae
Florence married Alexander McMillan (1876-1941) in 1911
* Florence is buried at Edendale cemetery, Southland
the known children of Florence & Alexander
1912 - Mary McMillan
1915 - 2011 Elizabeth Michieson McMillan (+ Sinclair)

Florence Eades (1899-1981)
* daughter of William Eades & Jane Donovan
Florence married Thomas Brooklyn Morris (1896-1959) in 1922
* born in Brooklyn, Wellington to Thomas Charles Morris & Helen Maude Randell, Thomas served in WWI as Private 63642, 32nd Reinforcements, Auckland Infantry Regiment, A Company. His next of kin was his mother at 25 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, Wellington

Frances Felton Eades (1840-1892)
* eldest daughter of William Eades of H.M. Customs, Lyttelton
Frances married Jacob John Kissel (1844-1917) in 1871
* Jacob was born in Bavaria, Germany
the known children of Frances & Jacob
1873 - 1952 Edith Mary Wilhelmina Eades 'Edie' Kissel
1875 - 1954 Wilhelm Valentine John George Kissel
- Wilhelm died in NSW
The Akaroa Mail, 16 Feb 1892 - DEATH
We regret to record the death of Mrs Kissel, who was so long a resident in Akaroa. She has had a long and severe illness
* Jacob next married Sarah Maxwell New (Sarah was 25 & Jacob was 50) in Kaiapoi in 1895 and had 4 known children

Frances Prudence 'Fanny' Eades (1879-1972)
* daughter of James Bryant Eades & Elizabeth Jane Trengrove
Fanny married William Edmund Tiller (1875-1942) in Wellington 4 Oct 1900
the known children of Frances & William
1901 - 1986 Violet Elizabeth Mary Tiller
1903 - 1995 Leslie James Henry Tiller
1905 - 1985 Vera Maud Florence Tiller
1915 - 2006 Charles Bryant Tiller
* William died 28 June 1942 and buried Te Awamutu
New Zealand Herald, 29 June 1942 - DEATH
TILLER - On June 28, at the Waikato Hospital, William Edmund, beloved husband of Fanny Prudence Tiller, of Pukeatua, late of Wellington; aged 67.
* Fanny died 28 Dec 1972 in Rotorua aged 93

Gladys Millicent Eades (1908-1988)
* daughter of Frank James Eades & Ellen Hunter
Gladys married William Leslie Alwyn Jane (1909-1990) in 1931
* son of Henry Betson Jane & Minnie Lucy Liner
Gladys & William are buried at Wakapuaka, Nelson

Hannah Eades (nee Tanner)
* daughter of Alfred Tanner & Alice Nethercott
Hannah first married Joseph Eades above
Hannah married John Hemming Eades (1872-1951) in 1898
* son of John Hemming Eades & Caroline Sylvia Clemston (see children & comments on Joseph Eades)
the known children of Hannah & John
1899 - 1976 Robert Ingram Phillip Eades

Hilda May Eades (1889-1970)
* daughter of John Eades & Susan Ann Ebden
Hilda married Arthur Hooper (1881-1919) in 1911
* son of Robert & Emily Hooper
the known children of Arthur & Hilda
1913 - 2011 Ivy May Hooper (+ North)
* Arthur was a road contractor. He died 17 July 1919 aged 38 at Hukonui, Manawatu.
Hilda next married Rudolph John Ehlers (1880-1963) in 1922, son of John Rudolph Ehlers & Agnes Gertrude Blanchard. Brother of Sophie Maud Ehlers who married William Henry Eades

Isabella Eades (1885-)
* daughter of John Eades & Mary Rae
Isabella married William Rencastle in 1911
- nothing known

Ivy Winifred Eades (1899-1967)
* born in Featherston to William Henry Eades & Mary Campbell
Ivy married Robert Leonard Wainhouse (1896-1933) in 1919
* son of John Wainhouse & Eliza Westbrook Street
Ivy next married Arthur Robert James (1906-1969) in 1934
* son of George James & Annie Grey
Ivy next married D'Arcy Royce Nesbit (1898-1952)

Jessie Alice (aka Jessamine Eunice) Eades (1892-1977)
* born in Karere to Joseph Eades & Hannah Tanner
Jessie married John Singers (1882-1968) in 1908
* born in Dundee, Scotland to Joseph Francis Singers & Henrietta Laing Allen (nee Matheson)
the known children of Jessie & John
1908 - 1981 Mervyn Drysdale Singers (+ Doris O'Hagan)
1909 - 1994 Maud Kathleen Singers (+ Reginald Cave Hurst)
1911 - 1997 Catherine Singers (+ Karl Frederick Bismark Retter)
1913 - 1989 John William 'Jock' Singers (+ Kathleen Dorothy Dalzell)
1915 - 2013 Isabel Constance Singers (+ John Andrew Pryde)
1918 - 2005 Marjorie Jean Singers (+ James William Turley)
* John died in Dannevirke 27 July 1968
* Jessie died in Pahiatua 31 July 1977
- they are buried Old Gorge cemetery, Woodville

Julia Maud Louisa Eades (1881-1925)
* daughter of James Bryant Eades & Elizabeth Jane Trengrove
Julia married Edward Owen Poyntz Burne (1877-1951) in 1906
* Edward was born in Queensland. They moved to NSW and Edward enlisted to serve in WWI from Liverpool NSW. Julia was his next of kin at that time. Edward remarried in 1928 at Randwick, NSW to Violet Maud Edwards

Kathleen Eades (1865-1914)
* daughter of William & Sarah Eades (see notes at end)
Kathleen married John Charles James in 1889
the known children of Kathleen & John
1890 - 1930 Urba Edith James
1893 - Laurie James

Leah Eades (1862-1932)
* born in Lower Hutt to William Eades & Sarah Rigby
Leah married Edwin Enoch Godber (1860-1898) in 1882
* born in Melbourne to Enoch Godber & Mary Dixon
the known children of Leah & Edwin
1883 - 1947 William Enoch Godber
1885 - 1943 Alice May Godber (+ Clarence Rands)
1888 - 1914 Elsia Leah Godber (+ John Wyatt Newell)
1890 - 1968 Ethel Mary Godber (+ Sydney George Bland)
1896 - 1973 Ellen Gertrude 'Nellie' Godber (+ John Ashworth Scott)
- Ellen & John are buried in Feilding
NOTE
Edwin Enoch Godber was a brother of Albert Percy Godber (1873-1949), train enthusiast, worked at the Petone Railway Workshops, Deputy Superintendent Fireman at Petone and well known amateur NZ photographer who has preserved a great deal of NZ early history with his photos. Regularly used timelapse cameras (early 1900s) and is featured in a great many of his own photos
* Edwin Enoch Godber was the superintendent of the local Wesleyan Sunday school, manager of a branch of Ballinger Brothers and took a great interest in church matters. He had an attack of the flu which later developed into pleuro-pneumonia and he died 17 Oct 1898 in Richmond St., Petone, aged 38
* Leah next married Freddy Lockwood (1868-1945) in 1900. Freddy was on the jury in Feb 1905 in the Murder Trial Mystery of James William Ellis (alias John McKenzie) who murdered Leonard Reeve Collinson at Cole's Creek, Te Awaite station, near Martinborough, in Feb 1904. Leah died 6 Sep 1932 in Bay St., Petone aged 70
Freddy died 10 Dec 1945 at Lower Hutt Hospital aged 76

Leah Eades (1887-1980)
born Palmerston North to Joseph Eades & Hannah Tanner
Leah married Gordon Peters Longden Carrington (1869-1948) in 1906
the known children of Leah & Gordon
1907 - 1949 Basil Prometheus Carrington
1909 - 1999 Inez Salome Carrington
1910 - 1983 Dorothea Naomi Carrington
1912 - 1996 Gordon Llyod Carrington

Margaret Eades (1869-1918)
* daughter of William Henry & Sarah Eades (see notes at end)
Margaret married Sydenham James 'Sydney' Flewellyn (1860-1916) in 1887
* born in Watchet, Somerset to James Flewellen (note spelling, 1830-1898), a master carpenter & Sarah Jane Langdon (1835-1899), a dressmaker, who married in 1853, also emigrated to NZ (with 3 of their sons) in the 1870s and settled in Glenfield, Auckland where James built the local Methodist Church
* Sydney spent the greater part of his adult life in Wellington working as a compositor for the Evening Post, before turning his hand to the hospitality business. He and Margaret owned and operated Hotels around NZ
the known children of Margaret & Sydenham
1888 - 1929 Clifford James Flewellyn (born Taranaki St, Wellington, served as Lance Corporal 3/1655 with the NZ Medical Corps, died in Eastbourne aged 41)
1890 - 1952 Irene Gladys Flewellyn (+ Harold James Tisdale Pollock)
1894 - 1940 Dorothy Flewellyn
New Zealand Herald, 28 Aug 1916 - OBITUARY
Mr S. J. Flewellyn, an ex-resident of Masterton, died at his residence, King's View Road, Mount Eden, yesterday morning at the age of 57 years. Mr Fllewelyn was for some time licensee of the Royal Hotel, Auckland, but retired about five months ago. Mr Flewellyn kept the Club Hotel in Wellington. He was also well-known in hotel circles in Nelson
NOTES Sydney (described as an affable urbane gentleman) also had ...
* the rebuilt Lyttelton Hotel in Christchurch
* the Clarendon Hotel in Christchurch
* the Lady Chavannes Hotel in Wanganui
* the Ship Hotel in Wellington opposite the Port Post Office in 1903
* the Central Hotel in Wellington 1908 to 1909
* Royal Hotel, Victoria Street West, Auckland
* on the committee to for the Auckland Provincial Licensed Victuallers Association in 1915

Margery Edith Eades (1914-1947)
* daughter of Woen Edward Eades & Roaslie 'Rose' Derungs
Margery married William Guy Gibson (1912-1990) in 1935

Martha Eades (1843-1926)
* born in Birmingham to William Eades & Sarah Rigby
Martha married Henry Bolton (1836-1881) in 1862
* son of Frederick William Bolton & Elizabeth Gibbs
the known children of Martha & Henry
1863 - Cecilia Jane Bolton
1864 - 1886 Alfred Bolton
1865 - Elizabeth Bolton
1867 - Louisa Bolton
1868 - 1879 Frederick William Bolton (aged 16 months)
1869 - 1957 Henry William Bolton
1871 - 1968 Annie Maria Bolton
1874 - 1957 Ada Bolton
1879 - Martha Bolton
1881 - 1882 John Llewellyn Bolton
1882 - Florence Dinah Bolton (+ Nicolaus)

Martha Louisa Eades (1877-1913)
* daughter of John Hemming Eades & Caoline Sylvia Clemston
Martha married Henry Edward Collett (1870-1921) in 1895
* son of Thomas George Collett & Mary Ann Russell
the known children of Martha & Henry
1895 - 1895 Ernest Collett (aged 2 weeks)
1896 - 1985 Gladys Myrtle Collett (born Wellington)
1901 - 1987 John Clemston Collett (born Upper Hutt)
1903 - 1983 George William Collett (born Eketahuna)
Martha & John are buried Owhango cemetery, Taumarunui

Mary Ann Eades (1858-1950)
* daughter of William Eades & Sarah Rigby
Mary married John Calver Reycraft (1854-1903) in 1875
* born in maidstone, Kent to John Reycraft & Naomi Greening
* John died 15 April 1903 in Beaconsfield, Tasmania
the known children of Mary & John
1876 - 1952 Florence Maria Reycraft
1878 - 1951 John Harry Eades Reycraft (born Lower Hutt + Alice Penelope Annie Eleanor Woodman, died in Beaconsfield, Tasmania)
1879 - Ethel Charters Reycraft
1882 - 1883 May Ruth Reycraft
1883 - 1886 Ellen Millicent Reycraft
1885 - 1918 William Calver Reycraft (born in Rakaia, NZ, Private 3126 AIF, 26th Battalion, 7th Reinforcement, from Brisbane, killed in France 9 Aug 1918)
1888 - 1917 Cecil Layton Reycraft (born in Victoria, Australia, Private 7295 16th Australian Infantry Battalion, from Tasmania, died in Belgium 7 Aug 1917)

Minnie May Eades (1879-1973)
Minnie married Walter Watson (1882-1957) in Christchurch 12 May 1915
* son of Walter Watson (1843-1934) & Margaret Lamond Falconer (1841-1917)
the known children of Minnie & Walter
1917 - Ethel Jean Watson

Norma Elizabeth Eades (1905-1976)
* daughter of Thomas Rae Eades & Grace Maud Blackburn
Norma married James Weir in 1926

Phyllis Irene May Eades (1914-1989)
* daughter of George William Campbell Eades & Mary Lucy Robinson
Phyllis married Lloyd Herbert Lawrence (1915-1986) in 1937
* son of Stanley James Lawrence & Margaret Jane Bradley

Ruby Edith Eades (1894-1974)
* daughter of Frank James Eades & Ellen Hunter
Ruby married William Antony Reed in 1919

Sarah Jane Eades (1890-1958)
* born Featherston, daughter of William Henry Eades & Mary Campbell
Sarah married Henry Alfred Mainwaring (1887-1968) in 1910
* son of Henry Arthur Mainwaring & Mary Ann Amelia Death
the known children of Sarah & Henry
1911 - 1982 Percy Henry Arthur Mainwaring
1913 - 1980 Alan Alfred George Mainwaring
1915 - 1991 Raymond Colin James Mainwaring
1917 - Jean Patricia Mary Mainwaring
1923 - 2013 Mavis Winifred Mainwaring

Susan Lorena Eades (1912-2000)
* daughter of Thomas Rae Eades & Grace Blackburn
Susan married Alfred George Ford (1909-1978) in 1934
* son of George Ford & Florence Emma Buxton
Susan remarried to ? McGill

Sylvia Caroline Eades (1885-1921)
* daughter of John Hemming Eades & Caroline Sylvia Clemston. Her mother Caroline died at the birth
Sylvia married Frederick Ivo Greer (1882-1958) in 1902, mechanic of Johnsonville
* son of Hugh Lamont Greer & Eliza Mudgway
Sylvia is buried St John's churchyard, Johnsonville
Frederick was cremated at Karori
the known children of Sylvia & Frederick
1903 - 1965 Ivo William Alfred Greer (+ Evelyn Margery Swindells + Ida Margery Douglas)
1905 - 1977 Claude Ransworth Greer (+ Edna May Gaudie)
1906 - 1907 Sylvia Caroline Greer (aged 5 months, buried St John's Johnsonville)
1909 - 1986 William Stanford Greer (+ Iris Eileen Duffy)
1911 - 2005 Iris Amelia Greer (+ Arthur Ernest Fitzgerald)
1913 - 1988 Frederick Hazren Greer (+ Ethel Rose ?)

NOTES
There were 2 William Eades who died in 1895 in Wellington and whose wives were named Sarah

* This William Henry Eades (1835-1895), was from Croydon, Surrey. William Henry married Sarah ? (1835-1911) in 1860, had 5(?) children, arrived in NZ on the Cartvale in 1874, had 2 more children in Wellington (Annie & Owen Edward Eades), was a builder/undertaker with the firm Eades & Flyger and died at home in Cuba street 1 May 1895 aged 60.
the known children of William & Sarah
.. more added as found ..

1863 - 1939 Frank James Eades, publican in Nelson
- Frank married Ellen Hunter
1865 - 1914 Kathleen Eades
-Kathleen married John Charles James
* 1869 - 1918 Margaret Eades
- Margaret married Sydney Flewellyn
* 1871 - 1924 William Henry Eades
- William married Jane Donovan
* 1875 - 1962 Dorothy 'Annie' Eades
- Annie married George Albert Prince
* 1878 - 1953 Owen 'Edward' Eades
- Edward married[/b Rosalie 'Rose' Derungs
Dominion, 14 Jan 1911 - SARAH's OBITUARY
Mrs Eades, relict of the late Mr W. M.(sic) Eades, of Wellington, and a resident of this ciry for over 40 years, died at Auckland last night. The deceased, who was 75 years of age, leaves three sons and three daughters - Mrs S. J. Flewellyn and Mrs James of Auckland, Mrs Geo. Prince of Wellington, Messrs Frank Eades of Nelson and Messrs Wm. and Edward Eades, of Wellington
* William & Sarah are buried together Plot 3A at Karori

* This William Eades (1823-1895), was from Staffordshire. He was a edge-tool maker/ William married Sarah Rigby (1823-1885), arrived in NZ on the Alma in 1857, had 13 children and died in Wellington Hospital 8 Oct 1895 aged 76. They are buried at Lower Hutt
* William Eades was born 18 Jan 1820 in Staffordshire, England to William Eades (1792-1967) & Anna Maria Powell (1793-1875)
* Sarah Rigby was born in Staffordshire, England to Joseph Rigby (1801-) & Sarah Jenkins (1806-)
the known children of William & Sarah
* 1843 - 1926 Martha Eades
- born Birmingham, Marth married Henry Bolton in NZ 1862
* 1844 - 1948 Joseph William Eades
- died age 4 in England
* 1849 - 1849 Elizabeth Eades
- died aged 11 days in England
* 1850 - 1851 Diana Eades
- died aged 4 months in England
* 1851 - 1927 John Hemming Eades
- born England, died Auckland
* 1854 - 1856 Charles Eades
- died aged 2 in England
* 1856 - 1936 Anna Maria Eades
- born England, died in NZ
* 1858 - 1950 Mary Ann Eades
- born in Wellington
* 1860 - 1892 Joseph Eades
- born in the Hutt Valley, killed in accident, Karere
* 1861 - 1932 Leah Eades
- born Lower Hutt, died Petone
* 1866 - 1960 William Henry Eades
- born in Lower Hutt, died in Wanganui
William was a Blacksmith & Tool Maker. He and Sarah arrived in NZ, from Birmingham, on the Alma in May 1857 and first lived in the Waiwhetu area of Lower Hutt. One of his first jobs in NZ was to assist in building the first flour mill engine for William Willcox. William lived in the Hutt Valley.
New Zealand Mail, 11 Oct 1895 - William's Obituary
Another of the old identities, Mr Wm Eades passed away quietly at the Hospital on Monday morning at the age of 76. The deceased, who was an edge tool maker, was in the employ of Wainsbury, of Staffordshire. He assisted in making the wheels for the Queen's first railway carriages. He arrived here 38 years ago in the ship Alma, and he assisted in putting up the first flour mill engine for the late Mr Wm. Willcox. He resided at the Hutt for many years and then became blind. He married Miss Sarah Rigby, by whom he had 13 children, and strange to say, she died exactly 10 years ago from yesterday. Six children are living - four daughters and two sons. They are - Mrs Baxter, of Palmerston North; Mrs Godber, Petone; Mrs Raecroft, Tasmania; and Mrs Bolton of Wellington; Messrs J. Eades of Mungaroa; and W. H. Eades of Fernside, Featherston. After the death of his wife the late Mr Eades lived with his daughter, Mrs Bolton. The deceased leaves 51 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. His death will be regretted by a large number of friends both at the Hutt and in Wellington.

James ROBIESON & Eliza Percy RENALL, Masterton NZ

James ROBIESON (1839-1927) was born in London, a son of George & Elizabeth Robieson. He married Eliza Percy RENALL (1845-1887) in Masterton, NZ in 1863
Wellington Independent, 16 April 1863 - MARRIAGE
ROBIESON-RENALL - April 11, at Masterton, Wairarapa by the Rev W. Ronaldson, Mr J. Robieson, of Carterton, only son of the late Mr George Robieson, builder, Denmark-street, Soho, London, to Eliza Percy, eldest daughter of Alfred William Renall, Esq., J.P. M.G.A.

* Eliza was 1 of 13 children of Alfred William Renall (1813-1902) from Maldon Essex (M.P. of the Hutt Valley, built Wellington's biggest flour mill at Taita and twice Mayor of Masterton) and of his second wife, Eliza Percy (1825-1878) from Sherborne, Dorset, both are buried in Masterton
* James came to NZ as a 12 year old on the barque Eden, arriving in Wellington 28 Nov 1850, with his sister Jean (aka Jane) and her husband Charles Rooking Carter
NOTE Adele Pentony-Graham, well known Carterton Taphophile, was kind enough to message me the info that the name Robieson was originally Robertson - that when Jean Robieson married Charles Rooking Carter at St James Church Piccadilly on 6 March 1850, her name was written on the Certificate as Jane Robertson

the 13 children of James & Eliza
... 1 1864 - 1959 George 'Alfred' Charles Robieson
born 30 Jan at Mount View, Carterton
married Ida Emily Mabel Hawk (1872-1960) in 1895
* Ida was a daughter of Henry Joseph McLeod Hawk & Mary Smith
Wairarapa Daily Times, 21 Nov 1895 - MARRIAGE
A wedding of some interest to you in the Wairarapa, took place at St Paul's pro-Cathedral, Thorndon, on Monday last, when Mr George A. C. Robieson, the popular Relieving Officer of the Wellington District Railways, was married to Miss Ida E. M. Hawk, of Wellington. The bride was attended by Miss Edith Hawk, her sister, and by Miss Ethel Pauling, a cousin; and the ceremony at the Church, where at only the more intimate relatives and friends of the young couple had assembled, was conducted by the Rev. Mr Sprott. Subsequently the wedding party adjourned to a light dejeuner at the residence of the bride's mother in Tinakori Road, from whence the newly-united pair, with many good wishes, set out by the afternoon Manawatu train en route for Auckland and the Hot Lakes, where the honeymoon will be spent midst the delightful surroundings of that charming tourists' paradise. Mr Robieson, the bridegroom, it should be mentioned, is the eldest son of an esteemed pastoralist up your way - Mr James Robieson, of "Cavelands" He is also the senior grandson of the respected and genial old identity, Mr A. W. Renall, of Masterton
On 21 Oct 1892 George was gazetted a Registrar of Birth, Death & Marriages for Featherston district
In Jan 1894 he was the relieving station-master on the Wellington-Eketahuna line when, running late to catch a train, he was riding his bicycle at top speed when he came into a collision with a plough that some 'stupid bucolic' had left in the middle of the road. The result was that he performed a double somersault and was much injured. He picked himself up and found his bike a miniature heap of ruins
On 22 Nov 1895 George was living in Mauriceville when he was appointed a Registrar of Marriages
In 1896 he was relieving station-master in Featherston while Mr Smith took a holiday. He was also gazetted in Featherston to be Deputy Registrar of Marriages, Births & Deaths
* By 1919 they were living at Telford Terrace, Oriental Bay
the 3 known children of George & Ida
* 1896 - 1980 Guy Hamilton Robieson (In 1919 he became engaged to Philippa Margaret Brind 'Peggy' Kendall, daughter of Dr Henry William Martindale Kendall of Wellington, the same time that sister Doris became engaged to Lawrence Foster. Peggy married William Beaumont Fisher in 1921. Guy married Linda Catherine Amon in 1926). Guy was Bombardier 50522, 29th Reinforcements, NZ Field Artillery, NZEF
* 1898 - Doris Edith Robieson (Dux of St Catherine's, Kilbirnie in 1912. Married Lawrence Dallington Foster. In 1930 they were living in Sydney when sister-in-law Linda (wife of Guy) went over for a visit)
* 1910 - 1993 Phyllis Maude Robieson (became engaged to Wilfred Fortune of Hawker St, Wellington in 1931. He married Emily Edith Zoe La Trobe in 1933)
George died 2 Jan 1959 aged 95. Ida died 25 June 1960 aged 88. They were cremated at Karori

... 2 1865 - 1936 Maude Elizabeth Lane Robieson
born Mount View, Carterton
Maude was a member, and on the committee of, the District Nursing Guild of St John. She spent her time nursing the sick and the poor. In 1904 she received a First Aid Certificate from the St John Ambulance Association. In 1916 she was the First Nursing Officer of the Wellington Nursing Division. In 1921 she was the superintendent
married Albert Stace (1858-1934) of Porirua, in 1924
* Albert was a son of Thomas Hollis Stace & Amelia Sophia Lucas.
Evening Post, 28 June 1924 - MARRIAGE
STACE-ROBIESON - On the 4th June, 1924, at St Paul's Pro-Cathedral, Wellington, by the Ven. Archdeacon, A. M. Johnson, M.A., Albert Stace to Maude Elizabeth Lane, eldest daughter of Mr James Robieson, Masterton; both of Wellington
* Albert had first married Lucy Cornford (1862-1896) in 1887 and had 3 children
Evening Post, 13 June 1887 - MARRIAGE
STACE-CORNFORD - On 4th June, 1887, at St Mark's Church, Wellington, by the Rev R. Coffey, Albert, fourth son of Thomas H. Stace, Pahautanui, to Lucy, youngest daughter of William Cornford, Makara
Evening Post, 11 May 1936 - MAUDE's OBITUARY
The news of the death of Mrs Albert Stace, of Pitt Street, Wadestown, will be received with sincere regret by a large circle of friends, specially those of the District Nursing Guild and St John Ambulance Association. Mrs Stace had not been in good health for a brief while and went into hospital recently, passing away on Saturday morning. Mrs Stace was the daughter of the late Mr James Robieson, of Masterton and the widow of the late Mr Albert Stace, and has been resident in Wellington for a considerable number of years ... (more at above link)
buried Karori, Wellington

... 3 1866 - 1952 Alice Jane Eliza Robieson
born 27 July at Mount View, Carterton
married Pierce Charles Freeth (1869-1931) of Silverstream (previously editor of the Nepean Times, N.S.W.), in Masterton 2 March 1892
* Pierce was a son of Joseph John Freeth & Mary Ellen Cotter & brother of Frances Louisa Freeth who married Alice's brother Frederick
Wairarapa Daily Times, 4 March 1892 - A HAPPY EVENT
An event in which a great deal of interest was centred, notwithstanding that its celebration was carried out in a somewhat unostentatious manner, took place at Masterton on Wednesday morning. We refer to the marriage of Miss Robieson, daughter of Mr James Robieson, of Cavelands, Masterton, to Mr P. C. Freeth, editor of the Nepean Times, N.S.W., and son of Mr J. J. Freeth, Clerk of the R.M. Court, Wairarapa ... she was attended by six bridesmaids: the Misses May, Eunice, Jane and Eliza Robieson (sisters of the bride) and Misses Renall and M. Freeth ... (more at link)
the known children of Alice & Pierce
* 1892 - 1974 Alice Kathleen Jessie 'Katie' Freeth (+ Frederick Leslie Bowron)
* 1895 - 1957 Pierce Hugo Napier Freeth (+ Margaret Brown)
* 1896 - 1990 Vincent Hubert Freeth (+ Henrietta Mary Patricia Caesar)
* 1900 - 1988 Una Miro Aotea Freeth (+ Moss)
* 1903 - 1903 Norman Freeth (new born)
* living in Opawa, Christchurch in at least 1914, see sister may Esther above

... 4 1868 - 1952 Willie Hewlett Percy Robieson
born 13 May at Motuhaku, near Masterton
Dominion, 30 April 1908 - BEST MAN
This has been a busy week for weddings in Masterton. On Tuesday at Knox Church, Miss Jessie Agnes Hood, eldest daughter of Mr D. Hood, of the Railway Department, was married to Mr C. O. Sander, of Cross Creek railway staff. In the same church on the following day Mr Thomas Carlyle Irving, fourth son of Mr Irving, of Invercargill, was married to Miss Blanche Angela Dorset, fourth daughter of the late Mr John Dorset, of Wellington. The bride was attended by three bridesmaids, Miss F. Dorset, Miss Iris Dorset and Miss Mary Athya. Mr W. H. Robieson was best man. The Rev A. T. Thompson performed the ceremony and after the wedding a reception was held at Mrs Dorset's residence in Renall Street
married Florence Esther Kay (1889-1981) in 1912
* Florence was a daughter of John Kay & Elizabeth Lochead Ross
New Zealand Times, 11 March 1912 - A NAPIER WEDDING
A quiet but very pretty wedding took place at the Cathedral, Napier, on Thursday last, when Miss F. Kay, of Ormond, Poverty Bay, was married to Mr W. H. Robieson, of Clevelands(sic, Cavelands), Wairarapa. The bride, who was given away by her brother, wore a charming gown of ivory crepe de chine over satin duchesse. Her veil was of embroidered tulle caught with a spray of orange blossom and she carried a sheaf of white asters and bouvardias, and an ivory prayer book. Miss Winnie Kay, as bridesmaid, wore a frock of pale rose voile over charmeuse of the same shade and carried a bouquet of pink bouvardias and Michaelmas daisies. Her hat was a large picture shape trimmed with shaded roses of pink and heliotrope. Mr Norman Robieson was the groomsman, and the guests were limited to the immediate relatives of the bride and bridegroom. Mrs Kay, the bride's mother, wore a tailored costume of dark royal blue cloth with a stylish toque of the same shade, finished with an aigrette of small heliotrope roses. Mrs P. C. Freeth (nee Robieson) wore a smart cloth costume of reseda green cloth, finely braided and finished with Oriental embroideries, a tagel straw hat with reseda green plumes. Miss Robieson's gown was of black and white voile with very effective trimming of insertion threaded with black satin and wide black satin revers. Her toque was of heliotrope bordered with pink and heliotrope bebe roses and a heliotrope scarf completed her costume
buried Archer Street, Masterton

... 5 1869 - 1955 May Esther Jessie Robieson
born 25 May at Motuhaku Farm, Masterton
May never married
Star 14, April 1914 - FOR WOMEN FOLK
Miss May Robieson, of Otaki, is visiting Christchurch as the guest of her sister, Mrs P. C. Freeth (Alice Jane), "The Grange" Opawa
buried Archer Street, Masterton

... 6 1871 - 1952 Ernest James Frederick Robieson
born near Masterton
school attended Te Whiti. He excelled at free-hand drawing
Wairarapa Daily Times, 22 Feb 1893 - PAINFUL ACCIDENT
A painful accident happened to Mr Ernest Robieson at Cavelands, Te Whiti, last Sunday, says the Observer. He was in the act of mounting a young horse, when the animal jumped away and his foot slipped from the stirrup. Mr Robieson came down with violence on his knee, which was severely cut and the cap injured
first married Frances Louisa Freeth (1871-1928) in 1898
New Zealand Times, 7 July 1898 - MARRIAGE
ROBIESON-FREETH - At St Mary's Church, New Plymouth, on Tuesday, June 28, Ernest James Frederick Robieson, son of James Robieson, Esq., Cavelands, Masterton, to Frances Louisa, eldest daughter of Joseph J. Freeth, Esq., New Plymouth
* Frances was a daughter of of Joseph John Freeth & Mary Ellen Cotter & sister of Pierce Charles Freeth who married Frederick's sister Alice
the known children of Ernest & Frances
* 1899 - 1967 Earl Cashmore Robieson (reporter on The Sun, Melbourne)
* 1901 - 1954 Keith Noel Robieson
* 1903 - 1964 Dudley Richmond Robieson (+ Marie Brenda Gardener)
* 1906 - 1989 Nora Jeanette Robieson (+ Kelvin Rowland Shepherd)
* 1909 - 1961 Kitty Marion Robieson (+ John Barton Elliott)
* 1911 - 1977 James Frederick Robieson (+ Ruby May Bowler)
Ernest next married Ivy Maria McDonald (1882-1976) in 1930

... 7 1873 - 1943 Charles Rooking Carter Robieson
born 13 Jan at Motuhaku, near Masterton
school attended Te Whiti
Charles first married Maud Elizabeth Repton Skelley (1872-1923) in Carterton 22 March 1900
* Maud was born in Tasmania, a daughter of John Reuben Malachi Skelley & Elizabeth Repton Mills who are both buried in NZ. Her uncle (father's brother), Stephen Culmer Skelley (1855-1939) also lived in Carterton. Her brother Captain Percy William Skelly (1877-1918), based in Wellington, died in France, from wounds received on active service, in June 1918
the known children of Charles & Maud, born Wellington
* 1906 - Charles Vernon Robieson (+ Valda Renouf)
* 1908 - Howard Neville Robieson (+ Rowena Bethwaite)
- Lieutenant 40868 WWII 29th & 30th Battalions. Lawyer with Herd, Joseph, Robinson & Olphert, Wellington
* 1911 - 1995 Cara Lisbeth Robieson (+ Winston Leybourne Bertie-Willoughby)
Charles next married Fanny Elizabeth Kirk (1873-1925) of Tauranga, in Auckland, 15 July 1925. Daughter of Henry Kirk & Annie Colebrook
Evening Post, 28 Sep 1925 - MARRIAGE
ROBIESON-KIRK - On the 15th July 1925, at 50 Epsom avenue, Auckland, by the Rev L. H. Hunt, Charles Rooking Carter, of The Terrace, Wellington, fourth son of Mr James Robieson, of Masterton, to Fannie Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Kirk of Epsom, Auckland
Charles next married Dorothy Florence Willoughby (1899-1980, nee Robertson) at St Andrew's, The Terrace, Wellington, 3 Sep 1930
* Dorothy was a daughter of William Eyre Robertson & Annie Stella Chapman who married in Dunedin 1892
Charles died in Martinborough, 5 Jan 1943 aged 69 and cremated at Karori, as were his first two wives
Evening Post, 8 Jan 1943 - Charles' OBITUARY
The death occurred this week at Martinborough of Mr C. R. C. Robieson, in his seventieth year. Mr Robieson was a well-known figure in the Public Service and the commercial life of New Zealand. The son of Mr James Robieson, a pioneer sheep farmer of the Wairarapa, Mr Robieson had the usual schooling of the pioneering days and in 1889 joined the Railway Department as a cadet ... he is also survived by two sons of his first marriage, Mr Vernon Robieson, of Melbourne and Lieutenant Neville Robieson, of the Second N.Z.E.F., and a daughter, Mrs Willoughby, of Martinborough. Two children of the second marriage also survive him ... (more at link)
* Dorothy next married Maurice James Burdan (1884-1961) in 1956

... 8 1874 - Jessie Eunice Robieson
born 9 Nov at Motuhaku, near Masterton
married Jabez Gooder (1867-1942) in 1924
* 7th of 11 children of Northend Gooder & Harriet France
they lived Auckland, Palmerston North, Blenheim

... 9 1876 - 1919 Jane Emily Robieson
born 7 July at Motuhaku, near Masterton
Wairarapa Age, 16 March 1914 - WOMAN'S REALM
Miss Jenny and Eunice Robieson are going to Wellington to-day for a short holiday
died 22 Nov 1919 aged 43
Wairarapa Daily Times, 22 Nov 1919 - Jane's OBITUARY
It is with deep regret that we chronicle the death of Miss Jane (Jennie/Jenny) Robieson, fifth daughter of Mr James Robieson, of Pownall street, Masterton, which took place at the Cole street private hospital this morning. Deceased had been seriously ill for several months past, though hopes of her recovery were entertained till a few days ago. Miss Robieson, through her enthusiastic support of all projects having for their object the social and general welfare of the community, earned for herself widespread affection and respect. She was a most indefatigable worker in all patriotic matters, and all through the influenza epidemic this time last year, Miss Robieson worked day and night to relieve the suffering of many victims, and gallantly stayed at her post until the epidemic ceased. The death of Miss Robieson also removes one of Masterton's most popular lady athletes. She has been "runner-up" in the golf championship of New Zealand, and was always an energetic member of the local club. Miss Robieson was also a member of the Tennis Club, and on all occasions did her best to further the interests of the local club. Very general sympathy will be felt for the relatives in the sad bereavement. The funeral will leave the residence of Mr James Robieson, Pownall street, to-morrow afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock
burried Row 6, Plan II Archer Street, cemetery

... 10 1878 - 1968 Eunice Amy Robieson
born Wairarapa
possibly never married
Wairarapa Age, 10 Sep 1913 - SOCIAL NEWS
Mrs Henry of Landsowne, Miss Robieson and Miss Eunice Robieson, of Pownall-street, have gone to Napier for the golf championship
Wairarapa Age, 10 Sep 1913 - SOCIAL NEWS
Mrs Henry of Landsowne, Miss Robieson and Miss Eunice Robieson, of Pownall-street, have gone to Napier for the golf championship
Wairarapa Age, 16 March 1914 - WOMAN'S REALM
Miss Jenny and Eunice Robieson are going to Wellington to-day for a short holiday
Evening Post, 7 Nov 1921 - MASTERTON GOLF
The final for the Masterton Golf Club's challenge rose bowl was won by Miss Eunice Robieson, who was so successful at Heretaunga recently. Miss Payton's trophy for a twelve-hole bogey competition was won by Miss Diddams, of Greytown. On behalf of members, Miss Robieson made a presentation to Mrs Emery for her services to the club during the season
buried Archer Street, Masterton

... 11 1879 - 1966 James Frank Robieson
born Wairarapa
married Emily Turner (1877-1967) in Rotorua, 1908
Evening Post, 2 March 1908 - MARRIAGE
Mr J. F. Robieson of the Tourist Department, was last week married to Miss E. Turner, of Whakarewarewa, at St Luke's Church, Rororua
Evening Post, 28 Sep 1908 - NEWS
Captain Anderson has taken a house in Kelburne, close to the kiosk and Mr Robieson, of the Tourist Department, is moving into the house in Hobson-crescent, lately occupied by Captain Anderson. Mrs James Hislop and her son and daughter left for Sydney last week. Her house in Hobson crescent has been bought by Mr Robieson's brother-in-law, Mr Freeth and is nearby Mr Robieson
the known children of James & Emily
* 1911 - 1918 Norman Leslie Robieson (aged 7)
* 1912 - 1992 Cecil James Robieson
- Private 44156 WWII, 8th Infantry & Headquarters 3rd, of Grey Lynn, Auckland
buried Archer Street, Masterton

... 12 1882 - 1978 Eliza Percy Renall 'Lizzie' Robieson
born 'Cavelands' Te Whiti
married Bede Wallace Maxey Clarry (1895-1971) in Masterton in 1920
* Bede was born in Melbourne, a son of Henry Maxey Clarry & Kathleen Gertrude McDonald (her 1st husband was William Quirk). Bede had siblings & half siblings born in Australia and a sister, Winifrede Mary Philomena Clarry, born in NZ in 1900
Free Lance, 13 Oct 1920 - MARRIAGE
Miss Lizzie Robieson, youngest daughter of Mr James Robieson, of Masterton, and sister of the manager of the State Fire Insurance, was married yesterday (Tuesday) at Masterton to Mr Bede Clarry, of Nelson. Mr James Robieson, who sold out of the Cavelands Estate a few months ago, was for 54 years prior to that the next-door neighbour to Sir Walter Buchanan, and they are both 83 years of age within three months of each other
Free Lance, 20 Oct 1920 - SOCIAL GOSSIP
The marriage of Miss E. P. Robieson, the youngest daughter of Mr James Robieson, one of Masterton's oldest settlers, to Mr Bede Clarry, son of Mr Clarry, formerly a Nelson solicitor, at Masterton the other day, was a very pretty affair. The bride was attired in a very dainty gown of pale heliotrope georgette over palest blue, with a pale heliotrope silk net veil, fastened with anemones of the same shade, and carried a sheaf of anemones and other flowers to match her gown, the latter having been beautifully embroidered by one of her sisters with pearl and crystal beads toning with the shades of the material. The only bridesmaid was a niece of the bride, Miss Kathleen Freeth, in cream net, inset with insertion and medallions of filet lace and a swathed belt of turquoise blue velvet, her hat being of fine lace straw, trimmed with turquoise blue velvet and fruit of tangerine shades. Among those present were, Mrs Hugh Williams, Miss Vallance, Miss M. Cameron, Mrs Cummins, Mr and Mrs C. Bennett, Mr and Mrs Robieson, Mrs V. Donald, Mr and Mrs D. Buchanan, Mr and Mrs P. C. Freeth of Palmerston, Mr C. R. C. Robieson, Miss Robieson, Mrs George Robieson and Miss Doris Robieson, all of Wellington

... 13 1884 - 1915 Norman Athelstan Robieson
born 'Cavelands', Te Whiti
Wairarapa Daily Times, 12 June 1905 - Norman's coming of age
The coming of age of Mr Norman Robieson, youngest son of Mr James Robieson, of Caveland, Te Whiti, was celebrated on Saturday with a dinner and fancy dress ball at the homestead. The health of the guest was proposed in felicitous terms by the eldest son, Mr George Robieson, of Wellington, and toasted with honors, and that of "the father of the family" by Mr Pierce Freeth, of Palmerston. The family, which is one of the oldest and most respected in the Wairarapa, consists of seven daughters and six sons.
Norman was wounded by shrapnel. He died on the hospital ship HMS Asturias, bound for England where his wounds could be better treated, but died 21 Aug in the Mediterranean between Malta and Gibraltar and buried at sea
Free Lance, 3 Sep 1915 - DEATH
Lance-Corporal N. A. Robieson, reported to have died at sea on the hospital ship, was well known in the Wairarapa and Wellington. He was the son of Mr James Robieson, of Masterton, and a younger brother of Mr C. R. C. Robieson, manager of the State Fire Insurance. He enlisted with the First Reinforcements, and such was his ill-luck that he was severely wounded by a shrapnel shot soon after reaching the firing-line
[ROBIESON, Lance Corporal, NORMAN ATHOLSTON, 11/817. Wellington Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F. Died of wounds, on H.M.H.S. "Asturias," 21st August 1915. Age 31. Son of James Robieson, of Pownall St., Masterton, Wellington, and the late Eliza Robieson (died 1887, see next). Native of Wairarapa, Wellington. Also served in Egypt. 75.

Eliza Percy Robieson died 19 Nov 1887 aged 42
James Robieson died 2 Feb 1927 aged 88. He is buried Row 11, Plan II at Archer Street cemetery, Masterton with wife Eliza, son Willie and Willie's wife Florence
NOTE Masterton cemetery database has her death date as 11 Feb 1921 aged 42. This, of course is terribly wrong, a birth year of 1879 - making her younger than half her children. ALSO SEE the death of her son. ALSO READ son Norman's death note from Cenotaph ... ROBIESON, Lance Corporal, Norman Atholston, 11/817. Wellington Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F. Died of wounds, on H.M.H.S. "Asturias," 21st August 1915. Age 31. Son of James Robieson, of Pownall St., Masterton, Wellington, and the late Eliza Robieson. Native of Wairarapa, Wellington. Also served in Egypt. 75.

TIMELINE NOTES
* In 1861 James had a house on section 28 Taratahi Plain
* In 1873 James was on the Electoral Roll as having 547 freehold acres at Taueru, Motuhaku
* In 1874 James's brother-in-law, Charles Rooking Carter sent him (at Taratahi), 2 rams & 2 ewes pure Spanish-French merino sheep which he purchased at Rambouillet, the most famous sheep breeding district in France. The arrived on the 'Wemyss Castle'
* In 1878 James Robieson, the proprietor of "Cave Lands" whereon that curiosity known as "The Caves" is situate, has found it necessary to give notice that the caves can only be inspected by permission from himself. We understand that Mr Robieson has been obliged to adopt this course in consequence of persons visiting the caves lately having removed portions of the interior, which form the chief beauty of the caves and which Mr Robieson naturally wishes to protect and preserve

* Robieson Road in Te Whiti is named after James

BAYFIELD marriages NZ

BAYFIELD marriages in NZ 1878 - 1922
NOTE When researching this name many have the spelling as BayfEIld, especially on BDM

Alice Bayfield (1886-1943)
married Thomas STANIFORD in 1922
Evening Post, 8 Feb 1943
STANIFORD - On February 6, 1943, at Wellington Hospital, Alice, beloved wife of Thomas Staniford. At rest.
* Alice was cremated at Karori. Believe her ashes are probably South Island

Arthur D'Oyley Bayfield (1850-1917)
* brother of Walter Wormald Bayfield below
* born in Wangford, England to Arthur (1820-1861) & Matilda Anne (1817-1909) Bayfield. Arthur snr became a Chemist and Druggist on Canterbury St, Lyttelton (see notes below)
* married Georgina Charlotte BUSH (1854-1925) in 1877
Nelson Evening Mail, 22 Sep 1877 - MARRIAGE BAYFIELD-BUSH, 21 Feb, Spring Grove, Arthur D'Oyley, eldest son of the late Arthur Bayfield, Lyttelton, Canterbury, to Georgina Charlotte, 2nd daughter of the late Dr Bush of Nelson
the known children of Arthur & Georgina
1877 - 1960 Arthur George D'Oyly Bayfield
1881 - 1952 Frederick Walter 'Fred' D'Oyly Bayfield
*1883 - 1942 Geraldine D'Oyly Bayfield (buried Orowaiti)
1885 - 1946 Henrietta Maud D'Oyly Bayfield
1887 - 1954 Mary Gertrude D'Oyly Bayfield
1892 - 1948 Lionel John D'Oyly Bayfield (manager Chateau, Tongariro)
1893 - 1963 Georgina Marguerite D'Oyly 'Daisy' Bayfield (teacher in Westport)
Star 18 July 1917 - DEATH of ARTHUR (died of gangrene)
BAYFIELD - July 17, at Westport, Arthur D'Oyley Bayfield, aged sixty seven
Greymouth Evening Star, 19 July 1917 - OBITUARY
Mr A. D. Bayfield, an old resident of the Buller district, passed away at the age of 67. He was an Englishman by birth, but arrived at Lyttelton by one of the first four ships when a child of nine months on the Randolph. At the age of 12 he entered the service of the Bank of New Zealand at Lyttelton. In 1870 he was an officer of the Bank of New Zealand in Westport, and was subsequently manager of the National Bank at Reefton. He left the bank and was in business at Nelson where he began business as an auctioneer and land agent in partnership with the late Colonel Holden Webb. About 27 years ago he settled in Westport, where he held several Government appointments. Mr Bayfield was always interested in mining development and he floated into a company, the Westport-Cardiff Coal Mine at Seddonville, a property which was afterwards taken over by the Government. He leaves a widow, four daughters and three sons, one of the latter being with the New Zealand Force on the Western front (Lionel John, Gunner 2/2574)
Press, 15 July 1925 - DEATH of GEORGINA
The death occurred on Monday afternoon, of Mr A. D. Bayfield, highly esteemed and much beloved resident of Westport, where she has resided for over thirty years. The late Mrs Bayfield, whose husband pre-deceased her some years ago, was a daughter of the late Dr Bush, of Brightwater. She is survived by a family of four daughters and three sons - Misses Geraldine and Daisy Bayfield of Westport. Mrs Strachan, wife of Mr Sherman Strachan, editor of the "Westmore News." Mrs Keller, wife of Mr Peter Keller, engineer, Public Works Department, Taihape. Mr A. D. Bayfield, well-known in business and rowing circles in Wellington. Mr Fred Bayfield, North Island and Mr L. J. Bayfield, officer in charge of the Tourist Office, Christchurch
* Arthur is buried at Orowaiti Middle cemetery with wife Georgina, daughter Geraldine and with grandson Arthur William Strachan aged 13 months
*Press, 21 May 1942 DEATH OF GERALDINE
Friends in Canterbury and more particularly on the West Coast, will learn with regret of the death, in Dunedin, this week, of Miss Geraldine D'Oyly Bayfield, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs A. D. Bayfield, formerly of Westport. Miss Bayhfield, who was educated privately and at the Wanganui Girls' College, was prominent in hockey, tennis and golf on the West Coast, and besides being proficient in each sport, she did more than her share on the administrative side, in which she was particularly thorough. An ardent church woman, she gave much time and thought to Sunday school work. Miss Bayfield, who was assistant librarian at the public library, Westport, spent several weeks in Christchurch last month. She is survived by three sister - Mrs Sherman Strachan (Westport), Mrs Peter Keller (Dunedin) and Miss Daisy Bayfield (Waimate) and three brothers - Messrs A. D. Bayfield (Wellington), Fred Bayfield (Auckland) and Lionel Bayfield, Manager of Chateau Tongariro

Arthur George D'Oyley Bayfield (1877-1960)
married Ethel May WALKER (1881-1968) in 1906
daughter of Henry Walker & Elizabeth Ellen Harris of Wellington & Masterton
the known children of Arthur & Ethel
1907 - 1987 Ina Ethel Bayfield
1912 - 1996 Nancy Bayfield
1916 - 1999 Georgina Joan Bayfield

Gwendolen Harriott Bayfield (1905-1983)
married Percival Leslie BURKE (1902-1965) in 1926
son of Edward/Edwin Thomas Burke (1872-1942 born Westport-buried Kelvin Grove) & Emma Caroline Burrell (1871-1958, born Hokitika-buried Kelvin Grove with Edwin)

Harriett Elizabeth 'Eliza' Bayfield (1852-1942)
married Henry James Vanzoelen ROGERS (1832-1904) in 1876
son of Rev John Rogers (1789-1856), Lord of Home, Wentnor, Salop, Rector of Myndtown, Shropshire & Mary Ann (Marianne?) Bodenham (-1846)
Henry arrived in NZ about 1860. He was living in Lyttelton in 1878 when he registered his dog at the Town Clerk's Office. He died in “Te Tahuna”, Sumner, Christchurch 19 Oct 1904, when he was a Boarding House Keeper.
Star, 18 Oct 1904 - DEATH of HENRY ROGERS - At Te Tahuna", Sumner, Henry James Vanzoelan Rogers, youngest son of the late Rev John Rogers of "The Home," Bishop Castle, Shropshire; aged seventy-two years.
Press, 21 Sep 1942 - DEATH of HARRIETT ROGERS - On September 18, at Christchurch, Harriett Elizabeth, widow of the late Henry J. V. Rogers, formerly of Lyttelton; aged 90 years
Henry & Harriett are buried Plot 101 at Linwood

Henrietta Maud D'Oyly Bayfield (1885-1946)
married Sherman STRACHAN in 1908
NZETC, Westport 1906 Mr. SHERMAN STRACHAN, Editor of the “Westport News,” was born in Montrose, Scotland, and is a son of the late Mr. J. Strachan, Montrose shipyards, Scotland, Mr. Strachan came to New Zealand at an early age, and was educated at Port Chalmers. He passed through the entire routine of a newspaper office, and became the editor of the “Westport News” in the year 1899
the known children of Henrietta & Sherman
1910 - 1963 Geraldine Mary Strachan
1912 - 1943 James Sherman Strachan
- Flying Officer James Sherman Strachan (391122) served as a pilot in the Royal New Zealand Air Force. He was the son of Sherman Strachan and of Henrietta Maud D’Oyly Strachan (nee Bayfield), of Westport, Nelson, New Zealand. Flying Officer Strachan was with the RAF when he died aged 31 on 8th April 1943. His grave is in Glenalina Section AS Grave 16 Belfast City Cemetery, Co. Antrim.
1913 - 1969 Margaret Jean Strachan
1914 - 1999 Alan David Strachan
1916 - Dorothy Alison Strachan
1920 - 1921 Arthur William Strachan (aged 13 months, buried with grandparents)

Ina Ethel Bayfield (1907-1987)
married Thomas DENNIS in 1935

Lionel John D'Oyly Bayfield (1892-1948)
married Eileen Vaughan COLEMAN (1895-1972) in 1922
daughter of George Thomas Coleman & Lilla Thompson

Mary Gertrude D'Oyly Bayfield (1887-1954)
married Peter KELLER in 1913
the known children of Mary & Peter
1915 - 1998 Constance Mary Keller
1917 - 1956 Albert Arthur Keller

Mary Harriet Maud Bayfield (1880-1853)
daughter of Walter Bayfield & Jemima Feary
married William PATTERSON in 1902

Matilda Bayfield (1855-1939)
daughter of Arthur & Matilda Bayfield
married William Francis EKINS (1853-1940) in 1882
the known children of Matilda & William, born Nelson
1883 - 1923 Arthur Huitson Ekins (pdf)
- served as Corporal 29238 with the 18th, Canterbury Infantry, C Company NZEF. Married Edith ? in West Norwood in 1918 and they returned to NZ after the war. They had 1 child. He was killed by a tree being felled at his home in South Nelson
1885 - 1901 Leonard D'Oyly Ekins (buried Linwood)
1889 - Reginald George Ekins

Ruby Margaret Bayfield
married Daniel Frederick McENNIS in 1910
the known children of Ruby & Daniel
1911 - 2000 Margaret Maud McEnnis (+ Martin)
1914 - 1980 James Daniel McEnnis
1917 - Joan Ethel McEnnis

Walter Wormald Bayfield (1856-1880)
brother of Arthur D'Oyly Bayfield above
born in NZ to Arthur & Matilda Anne Bayfield
married Jemima FEARY (1857-1913) in Palmerston South, 21 Oct 1878
born in Wakefield, Nelson, 1 of 11 children of Thomas James Feary & Elizabeth 'Betsy' Clark of England
the known children of Walter & Jemima
1879 - 1937 Walter Thomas 'Bert' Bertram Bayfield
Walter died, Globe 21 April, 1880 - BAYFIELD On April 20th, at Timaru, of typhoid fever, Walter Wormald, third son of the late Mr Arthur Bayfield, of Lyttelton, in his 24th year
Westport Times, 7 May 1880 We notice by the Canterbury papers that Walter Wormald Bayfield, brother of Mr A. D. Bayfield, died on the 20th instant, at Timaru. The deceased was only 24 years of age, and was engaged in the Reefton Survey Office, about two and a half years ago. The cause of death was typhoid fever, and general sympathy is expressed at his untimely end.
Star, 1 December 1880 - BIRTH
BAYFIELD - November 8th the widow of the late Walter Bayfield, a daughter..
1880 - 1953 Mary Harriet Maud Bayfield
Jemima next had a daughter
(registered 1 Jan 1883, father unknown)
1883 - Lucy Mary Bayfield
Jemima next married William George Rudd 'Ed' PARKER (1849-1930) in 1885
the known children of Jemima & Ed
1886 - Florence May Parker
1888 - 1942 William Frederick 'Frank' Parker (died Melbourne )
1891 - Ethel Jane Parker
New Zealand Herald, 30 Aug 1930 - DEATH
Mr W. G. R. PARKER. The death has occurred in Auckland of Mr William George Rudd PARKER, at the age of 81 years. Mr Parker was born at Torquay, Devon. He served with the 89th Foot Regiment and was in the famous march to Khandahar under Lord Roberts. Mr Parker came to New Zealand in the early seventies. He is survived by one son, living in Melbourne, and two daughters, living in Auckland. Mrs Parker died 17 years ago.

Walter Thomas Bertram 'Bert' Bayfield (1879-1937)
married Ruby Margaret GUNDRY (1884-1967) in 1904
1 of 8 children to William Hickley Gundry & Ellen Maria Deighton
Star 7 Nov 1904 - MARRIAGE BAYFIELD-GUNDRY - October 26, at St Matthew's, St Albans, by the Rev J. H. Rogers, Walter Thomas Bertram, only son of the late Walter Wormald Bayfield, of Lyttelton, to Ruby Margaret, youngest daughter of William Hickley Gundry, of St Albans.
the known children of Walter & Ruby
1905 - 1983 Gwendolen Harriott Bayfield
1908 - Jean Dorothy Bayfield
Star, 25 Aug 1908 - DIVORCE BAYFIELD v BAYFIELD
Ruby Margaret Bayfield (Mr Hunt) petitioned for the dissolution of her marriage with Walter Thomas Bertram Bayfield, on the grounds of adultery. After hearing evidence, his Honor granted a decree nisi, to be made absolute in three months, with costs against the respondent on the lowest scale
Walter next married Rose HUNT (1879-) in 1922
Rose attended French Farm School at Akaroa and, along with her siblings, excelled in all subjects, her needlework in an exhibition in 1898 was "far above the average"

NOTES
Arthur & Matilda had children born in Christchurch
1851 - 1918 Charles Lubbock Bayfield (also a chemist in Lyttleton, buried in Reefton)
1853 - 1853 John Bayfield (aged 1 day)
1855 - 1939 Matilda Bayfield
1856 - 1880 Walter Wormald Bayfield
1858 - 1886 Mary Bayfield
Lyttelton Times 19 Oct 1886 - DEATH BAYFIELD - Oct. 17, at Madras street, Mary, the youngest daughter of the late Arthur Bayfield, of Lyttelton; aged 28 years

LAMONT marriages NZ 1859-1937

The known LAMONT GROOMS 1859-1937
as at 3 Dec 2017 ~ spelling as written on NZ BDM
also see LAMONT buried Dunedin

Andrew Dunlop Lamont (-1975)
Born in Scotland to Thomas Lamont, Andrew married Mary Eveline Dwyer (1897-1967) in Auckland in June 1920
They moved to Sydney where he bought a house in 1922. They had 2 children and Andrew was a cook on the S.S. Saros. He divorced Mary in Sydney in April 1936, the co-respondent was Robert 'Bob' Marchant who worked on the same ship
Mary died in Camperdown
* Andrew was later a foreman pastrycook in Sydney for Henry Stein

Archibald Lamont (1887-1958)
married Josephine Nolan (1898-1945) in 1921

Archie Lamont
married Eileen Elizabeth Roff (1911-1978) in 1936
daughter of George William Roff (Master Mariner) & Maria Harriet Pelley

Arthur Thomas Lamont (1891-1960)
son of James Lamont & Mary Jane Quaintance
married Evelyn Alice Jeffery (1890-) in 1926
daughter of Edward (1860-1939) Jeffery & Alice Susannah Tibbs (1869-1927) of Christchurch
Arthur served in WWI as Trooper 30438 with the 21st Reinforcements, Mounted Rifles Brigade, NZEF. His next of kin was his mother at Gladstone Rd., Gisborne
- he is buried at Karori, Wellington

Benjamin Mollison Lamont (1904-1993)
son of Cuthbert Edward Lamont & Lillias Stuart Mollison
married Rona Josefa Ferandez (1909-1998) in 1936
- served in WWII as #474655. He was a warehouseman in Mt Albert, Auckland

Carl William McAllan 'Allan' Lamont (1894-1916)
married Ethel Phillipa Millar (1894-1914) in 1912
daughter of Davidson Stoupe Millar & Elizabeth Lamont, see Brides below
Ellesmere Guardian, 19 Aug 1914 - DEATH
LAMONT - On August 17th, 1914, at her residence, 26 Franklin street, Dalmore, N.E. Valley, Pine Hill, Dunedin, Ethel Phillipa, the beloved wife of Allan Lamont and second daughter of Davidson Millar, Leeston; aged 21 years. Deeply regretted
In Oct 1914 Allan served with Otago Mounted Rifles, 2nd Reinforcements as Trooper 9/718. He died of disease 8 Feb 1916 in Egypt. His next of kin was his father, Thomas Lamont of Pine Hill, Dunedin
Otago Witness, 16 Feb 1916 - DEATH
LAMONT - On February 8, at Civil Fever Abbassia Hospital, Egypt, Trooper Carl William McAllen Lamont (2nd Reinforcements, 5th Otago Mounted), third son of Thos. Lamont, of Pine Hill; aged 23 years
* Ethel is buried Andersons Bay Dunedin

Charles Lamont
married Barbara Elizabeth Thompson Ellis in Dec 1922

Charles Lamont
married Mary Jane Pinn (1906-) in 1932
base born daughter of Emily Jane Pinn (1886-), who was 1 of 10 children of Richard John Pinn & Matilda Mowbray

Charles Malcolm Lamont (1888-1976)
son of Malcolm Lamont (1856-1923) & Sarah Ann Bryan (1859-1924)
married Mabel Marjorie Clark (1894-1966) in 1920
daughter of William Clement & Ellen Clark
- served in WWI as Rifleman 12207 with 3rd Reinforcements, 3rd Battalion, G Company, New Zealand Rifle Brigade. His next of kin was his father, a Fruiterer in Westport

Cuthbert Edward Lamont (1879-1953)
born in Oamaru to John Lamont & Eliza Annie Inconnu(?)
married Lillias Stuart Mollison (1877-1935) in 1902
born in NZ to Benjamin Mollison (1846-1906) & Christina Stuart of Scotland, died Oamaru
- Cuthbert was a dentist in Otautau, Southland
the known children of Cuthbert & Lillias
1902 - 1977 John Stuart Lamont
1904 - 1993 Benjamin Mollison Lamont
1905 - 1946 Donald Cuthbert Swinburne Lamont
1907 - 1989 Fletcher Alexander Lamont
1910 - 1953 Max Lyall Lamont
1913 - Elizabeth Lyall Lamont
1917 - 1986 James George Lamont

David Lamont (1884-1975)
born in Riverton to John Stewart Lamont from Northern Ireland & Jane Shirreffs from Scotland
married Ellinor Annie Mason (1879-1935) in 1904
the known children of David & Ellinor
1904 - David Lamont
1905 - Dougal McKenzie Lamont
1906 - 1989 Jean Agnes Lamont. Never married
1908 - William Lamont
*1909 - Christabel Annie/Anne Lamont
1910 - Ellinor Joyce Lamont
*1912 - 1995 Ronald Lindsay Lamont
1916 - Clare Lamont
1917 - 1991 William Wilson Lamont
* Ellinor is buried Andersons Bay Dunedin with daughter Jean

David Strathmore Lamont (1904-1983)
born in Oamaru to David Lamont & Eleanor Annie Mason
married Gertie Rebecca Thomas (1908-2006) in 1928 in Fairlie
daughter of Henry Thomas & Ellen Braddick

Donald Lamont (1842-1923)
born in Scotland, arrived NZ about 1877/8
married Jane McDonald in 1878
Donald is buried Andersons Bay, Dunedin with Donald John McDonald (1828-1923)

Donald Lamont
married Catherine Shaw (1883-1969) in 1923
daughter of Archibald Shaw, born 1841 in Inverness, Scotland, arrived NZ about 1891, buried Dunedin with the PAGE & SHAW families of ... Jessie Wilhelmina Page, John Elliot Page, Marjorie Wilhelmina Page and Alexander, Elizabeth Margaret, Hugh Finlay & Wilhelmina Caroline Shaw

Donald Clark Lamont (1895-1978)
married Veronica Hazel Ruthberg (1901-1936) in 1921
married Frances Ida Midwinter (widow, nee Heenan) in 1944
New Zealand Herald 26 Jan 1945 - MARRIAGE
LAMONT-MIDWINTER - On December 22 1944, at Auckland, Donald Clark Lamont, of Point Chevalier, to Mrs Frances Ida Midwinter, of Oneroa, Waiheke Island
* Ida first married Adolphus Midwinter in 1907

Dougal McKenzie Lamont (1905-1975)
son of David Lamont & Ellinor Annie Mason
married Violet Maud Harris (1909-1973) in 1926

Duncan Lamont (1872-1907)
from Ireland, arrived NZ about 1893
married Georgina Sinclair (1881-1957) in 1907
both buried Andersons Bay Dunedin with sons Alfred & Donald Sinclair Lamont

Duncan Lamont
married Isabella Dalgliesh Miller (1907-1980) in 1933

Edward Victor Lamont (1901-1966)
son of James Lamont & Mary Jane Quaintance
married Ena Rachel Castles (1910-) in 1929
daughter of John Castles & Sarah Jane Roberts

Ernest Wilfred Lamont (1907-1986)
married Ailsa Smith in 1933

Frederic Lamont
married Jessie Mabel Orr (1885-) in 1919
daughter of James Orr & Jessie Reid

Frederic Lamont (1894-1949)
married Alma Flewellen in 1937
daughter of Thomas Flewellen & Esther Amelia Israelson of Canterbury

George Lamont (1904-1964)
son of John (1855-) & Jane Anne (1863-) Lamont of Northern Ireland
married Vina Eveline Whiteman (1907-1981) in 1928
born in Greytown, 1 of 12 children of James Arthur Whiteman & Sarah Ticehurst Udy. Granddaughter of William Udy & Anna Maria Ticehurst
George & Vina had 7 children
Vina is buried in Piopio

George Lamont
married Brenda Mabel Tudini in 1934

George Duncan Lamont (1879-1941)
married Mary Owens in 1904
the known children of George & Mary
1905 - 1905 Ronald Richard Alexander Lamont (9 weeks)
1906 - 1934 Gwendoline Margaret Lamont
1908 - 1908 Roy Duncan Lamont (9 weeks)
1909 - 1963 Jean Evelyn Lamont
1910 - 1977 Eric Duncan Lamont
1911 - Gladys Lamont
1917 - Madge Lamont

Edwin Morgan Lamont (1913-1989)
born in Rakaia, Canterbury to Thomas Laurence Lamont & Martha Jane Morgan
married Eileen Florence Louisa O'Brien (1920-2008) in 1936

Harold Lamont (1898-1968)
married Ethel Margaret Potts (1899-1953) in 1918
daughter of James Potts & Phillippa Olsen

Harold Edwin Lamont (1901-)
son of Thomas Beattie Lamont & Harriet Victoria Noakes
married Sylvia Victoria Shanks (1901-) in 1923
daughter of John Leckie Shanks & Mary Eleanor Russell

Henry Alexander Lamont (1903-1973)
son of James Lamont & Mary Jane Quaintance
married Ada Ruth Hazell (1913-1997) in 1934
daughter of William Edward Hazell & Ada Ryder of Gisborne

Herbert Oswald Lamont (1905-1979)
son of James Lamont & Mary Jane Quaintance
married Ruby May Ancrum (1908-1973) in 1929
Ruby was born in South Shields, South Tyneside
- they had 5 known children and are buried in Gisborne

Hugh Lamont (1840-1921)
Hugh was a butcher
married Annie Don(n) (1854-1895) in Knox Church, Masterton 27 Sep 1892
buried together in Northern cemetery, Dunedin

Hugh Lamont
married Irene Marjory Thomas (1904-) in 1922

James Lamont (1861-1938)
born Belfast, Ireland to Robert Lamont (1834-1893) & Isabella Scales (1830-1871)
married Mary Jane Quaintance (1869-1935) in 1887
born in London
the known children of James & Mary
1887 - 1973 Joseph James 'Jim' Lamont (born Otaki)
1889 - 1956 Robert John Lamont
1891 - 1960 Arthur Thomas Lamont
1893 - 1893 William Samuel Lamont (aged 8 weeks)
1894 - 1953 George Charles Lamont
1897 - 1972 Isabel Mary Ann Lamont (born Gisborne)
1899 - 1958 Emily Cecelia Lamont
1901 - 1966 Edward Victor 'Ted' Lamont
1903 - 1973 Henry Alexander Lamont
1905 - 1979 Herbert Oswald Lamont
1909 - 1986 Elizabeth Theresa May Lamont
1911 - 1980 Walter Angus Lamont

James Lamont
married Ruby Castleton Forster in 1911

John Lamont
married Jessie Tullock in 1863
the known children of John & Jessie
1864 - Ann Lamont
1866 - Jessie Lamont
1868 - John Lamont

John Lamont
married Margaret Moore in 1870

John Lamont
married Ellen Bracewell in 1916

John Alexander Campbell 'Jack' Lamont (1865-1894)
son of Andrew Lamont & Jane Catherwood McKee
emigrated to NZ from Ballyholme, Northern Ireland Oct 1886
married Olivia Marie Squires/Sisam (1866-1951) in 1887
* Olivia was born at Fort Te Papa, Tauranga, daughter of Lieutenant Thomas Squires (of the 1st Waikato regiment) & his partner, Maria Knights
NOTE Thomas was sent to Auckland in 1864 in receipt of a letter from Lieutenant Melsop of Waiuku. He was with the Wanganui Militia in 1868. It is rumoured he was killed by natives, along with two other men, David Cahill (late Sergeant of the No 9 Company) and William Clarke, Wanganui Ranger, at Patea in June 1868. More research required
* Olivia was the step daughter of Alfred John Sisam (1844-1928) when her mother married in 1870
* Maria had 7 half siblings due to this marriage
the known children of John Alexander Campbell 'Jack' & Olivia
1887 - 1965 Anna Elizabeth Violet 'Vi' Lamont
1889 - 1973 John Alexander Campbell 'Cam' Lamont
1891 - 1917 William Alfred Lamont
1894 - 1917 Marshall Leonard Lamont
- William (#12/3381) & Marshall (#15683) were Killed in action in Belgium 8 days apart. Jack & Olivia were living 82, Wairiki Rd, Mt Eden, Auckland - also Wells St., Kingsland, Auckland

John Alexander Campbell 'Cam' Lamont (1889-1973)
son of John Alexander Campbell 'Jack' Lamont & Olivia Marie Sisam/Squires
married Nora Ariell (1892-1962) in 1915
born in Paparoa, Kaipara, youngest of 6 children of John Butterill Ariell (1854-1929) & Mary Thomson (1857-1938)
the known children of John & Nora
1916 - 2000 Olive Lamont
1918 - 1918 Violet Ariell Lamont (aged 1 day)
1920 - 1996 Doreen Ariell Lamont
1921 - 1921 Nora Lamont (aged 1 hour)
1924 - 1924 Jack? Lamont (aged 1 day)
1926 - 2012 William Marshall 'Bill' Lamont

John Nish McDonald Lamont (1907-1986)
married Dorothy Glenny Burgess (1910-1999) in 1935
daughter of Arthur Samuel Burgess & Emily Rachel Bethia Glenny

John Stewart Lamont (1906-1982)
born Edendale, Southland to John Stewart Lamont & Agnes Halliday
married Adalene 'Ada' McDowell (1905-1992) in 1931
he died in Rotorua

John Stewart Lamont (1882-1960)
born in Riverton to John Stewart 'Jack' Lamont (1850-1897) from Northern Ireland & Jane Shirreffs from Scotland
married Agnes Halliday (1885-1984) in 1905 in Invercargill
daughter of William Halliday & Agnes Paxton Calvert
the known children of John & Agnes
1906 - 1982 John Stewart Lamont
1909 - 1989 Agatha Jean Lamont
John next married Maria Amelia West (1888-1964) in 1934

John Stuart Lamont (1903-1977)
married Dorothy Hilda Short in 1930
- John was a photo engraver. He served as Gunner #482766 with the Anti-tank Battery, 2nd NZEF. His next of kin was his wife Dorothy at Faulkner Rd., Northcote, Auckland

John Wallace Lamont (1890-1985)
married Alice Lillian Lewis (1890-1971) in 1916
John was a Quarry Foreman, lived 8 Spylaw St., Dunedin. He died in St Barnabas Home, buried Andersons Bay with Thomas McClellan Lamont (1865-1949), Thomas Henry (1842-1914) & Emma Lewis (1842-1919) & Margaret Fanny Morrison (1918-1981)
known children of John & Alice
1917- Allen Douglas Lewis Lamont

John Walter Lamont (1881-1919)
married Amy Louisa Allen (1879-) in 1906, Karamea, West Coast
daughter of George Allen & Rose Ellen Scarlett
the known children of John & Amy
1906 - 1972 Stanley Malcolm Allen Lamont
1908 - 1992 Norman George Horace Lamont
1910 - 1911 Roy Victor Walter Lamont (aged 3 months)
1912 - 1967 Gordon Ivor Charles Lamont

Joseph James Lamont (1887-1973)
son of James Lamont & Mary Jane Quaintance
married Mary Jane Hay in 1908
born in Hobart, Tasmania to ? & Leah (1860-1916) Hay
the known children of Joseph & Mary
1909 - 1910 Joseph Henry Lamont (aged 8 months)
1912 - 1976 Leah Ethel Lamont
1918 - Mary Isabel Lamont

Leonard Lamont (1897-1973)
married Dorothy Gertrude Jean O'Connor (1905-1985) in 1927
Dorothy died in Hastings and is buried with Leonard at Andersons Bay cemetery, Dunedin

Malcolm Lamont (1856-1923)
married Sarah Ann Bryan (1857-1933) in 1880 in Canterbury
the known children of Malcolm & Sarah
1881 - John Walter Lamont
1882 - Annie Catherine Lamont
1884 - Flonz Emma Lamont
1888 - Charles Malcolm Lamont
1890 - Alfred Alice Mary Lamont
1891 - Minnie Ellen Lamont
1893 - Emily Edith Lamont
1898 - Norman Eadie Lamont

Norman Lamont (1900-1987)
married Cecilia Kapiolani Jean Christian (1914-2007) in 1935

Norman Eadie Lamont (1899-1962)
married Constance Eileen Little in 1926

Norman George Horace Lamont (1908-1992)
married Phyllis Louisa Fox (1913-) in 1936
daughter of William Henry Fox & Kate Bartholomew

Philip Lamont (1895-1973)
married Margaret Anne Peace Soutter (1897-1970) in 1927
daughter of John Soutter & Margaret Chalmers

Robert Lamont
married Helen Dick Macpherson (1880-1950) in 1923

Robert John Lamont
married Annie Pamela Morris in 1914

Stanley Malcolm Allan Lamont (1906-1972)
married Bernice Irene Patricia Craddock (1908-) in 1932
daughter of Alfred John Craddock & Mary Catherine Killen

Stewart Lamont
married Catherine Jane Mackintosh in 1921

Thomas Laurence Lamont
married Martha Jane Morgan (1869-1944) in Rakaia 1891
7th of 11 children of Edwin Morgan (1830-1875) & Elizabeth Price (1835-1911)of Monmouthshire, Wales who emigrated to NZ on the 'Huntress'. Arriving first at Timaru but unable to berth, sailed to Lyttleton arriving April 1863
the known children of Thomas & Martha, born Rakaia, Canterbury
1892 - Isabella Lamont
1894 - Mary Jane Lamont
1897 - Thomas Victor Lamont
1899 - Dorothy Emily Lamont
1901 - Martha Victoria May Lamont
1913 - 1989 Edwin Morgan Lamont
NOTE re Elizabeth Price. After husband Edwin Morgan died in Christchurch in 1875, Elizabeth next married Jens Jensen (1839-1886) in 1877 and had a daughter, Julia Jensen (1878-1964). She next married Henry August William Bretzman (1839-1904) in 1891. She died in Papanui 9 Oct 1911 aged 76

Thomas Lamont
married Lilian May Grimes (1897-1983) in 1934
New Zealand Herald 5 May 1934 - MARRIAGE
LAMONT-GRIMES - On April 30, at Auckland, Lilian, daughter of the late George and Mrs Grimes, Bristol, England, to Thomas Lamont, Devonport

Thomas Lamont
married Annie Mary Caulfield in 1937

Thomas Beattie Lamont
married Harriet Victoria Noakes in 1898
the known children of Thomas & Harriet
1898 - Hypatia Beattie Lamont
1901 - Harold Edwin Lamont
1904 - Elaine Vida Lamont
1908 - 1942 Charles Derrick Lamont
- Charles served in WWII as Sergeant 413710 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, 115 Squadron, RAF. He was killed in action 17 Dec 1942 in Grafeld, Germany. His parents wereliving in Wainui, Rodney District

Thomas McAllan Lamont (1865-1949)
married Mary Philippa Hayes (1872-) in 1889
the known children of Thomas & Mary
1890 - 1985 John Wallace Lamont
1891 - 1966 Thomas Stanley Lamont
1893 - 1916 Carl William McAllan Lamont
1895 - 1973 Philip Lamont
1897 - 1973 Leonard Lamont Lamont
1899 - 1969 Mary Philippa Lamont

Thomas Stanley Lamont (1892-1966)
married Christina Franklin Grant (1891-1971) in 1920

Thomas Victor Lamont (1897-1972)
born in Rakaia, Canterbury to Thomas Laurence Lamont & Martha Jane Morgan
married Elsie Howard in 1923
Press, 25 Oct 1923 - WOMEN'S CORNER
Miss M. Howard was hostess at a linen shower evening last Saturday given in honour of her sister Miss Elsie Howard, whose marriage to Mr T. Lamont takes place next week. Some beautiful presents of linen were received and an enjoyable evening was spent in games and dancing. Those present included Mr and Mrs Leader, Misses M. and E. Howard, M. Carter, W. Adcock, E. Lawrence, E. Lighfoot, M. Halliday, G. Welsh, G. Thompson and I. Sutherland. Messrs T. Lamont, E. Nuttall, A. Midgeley, J. Birss, W. and D. Taylor, C. Gordon, W. Lester, E. Brightling and F. Regerson

William Lamont
married Mary Taylor in 1881

William Lamont
married Katie Lamont in 1920

William Archibald Lamont (1836-1905)
born in Sydney, 6th of 11 children to Archibald Lamont (1808-1883) & Agnes Leitch (1808-1873)
married Catherine Lyons (1837-1907) in Dunedin in 1859
the known children of William & Catherine
1860 - Agnes Jane Lamont
1861 - Catherine Margaret Lamont
1863 - William Archibald Lamont
1865 - Mary Lamont
1867 - 1920 James Douglas Lamont
1870 - Alice Lamont
1874 - 1935 Robert Lamont
1876 - Edith Grace Lamont
1878 - 1938 George Lamont
* William & Catherine died in Orange, NSW

William Archibald Lamont (1863-1942)
son of William Archibald Lamont & Catherine Lyons
married Sarah Jane Bartlett (1866-1951) in 1887

William Burns Lamont (1906-1942)
married Elizabeth Mackenzie in 1930

The known LAMONT BRIDES 1858-1937
as at 3 Dec 2017
Agatha Jean Lamont (1909-1989)
daughter of John Stewart Lamont & Agnes Halliday
married Matthew Henderson in 1936

Agnes Lamont
married James Keen in 1881
the known children of Agnes & James]/color]
1882 - Amy Catherine Keen
1884 - Rose Emily Keen
1886 - James John Keen
1890 - Lilian Ruth Keen

Agnes Lamont (1904-1985)
daughter of William Lamont & Catherine Mossie, see burials link above for all siblings etc
married Walter Baken (1900-1982) in 1924

Alfreda Alice Mary La Mont (1890-1936)
married Alfred Clark Philpott (1887-1963) in 1920

Alice May Lamont (1887-)
daughter of William Archibald Lamont & Sarah Jane Bartlett
married Herbert Goliath Syar(?) in 1909

Anna Elizabeth Violet 'Vi' Lamont (1888-1965)
born in Te Aroha to John Alexander Campbell 'Jack' Lamont & Olivia Marie Sisam/Squires
married Hugh Shields McCarroll (1884-1960) in 1910
- Hugh was born in Belfast, 1 of 12 children to John McCarroll (1845-1930, b.Ireland d.Te Awamutu) & Jane Hawthorn (1843-1911 b.Ireland d.Kaipara)
[color=green]the known children of Anna & Hugh
1912 - Donovan Hugh Lamont McCarroll
1915 - Ian Hawthorn Lamont McCarroll

Annie Lamont (1865-1927)
married Harry Borrer Kirk (1859-1948) in Dunedin 1885
School inspector, biologist, university professor

Annie Catherine Lamont
married Richard Charles McKay in 1906

Catherine Lamont
married Francis Cyril Marsh (1890-1985) in 1913

Catherine Margaret Lamont (1861-1881)
daughter of William Archibald Lamont & Catherine Lyons
married Walter Saunders in 1879
Walter remarried in 1890 to Maud Sophia Small

Catherine Swinburn(e) Lamont (1878-1931)
born in Oamaru to John Lamont & Eliza Annie Inconnu(?)
married Charles Campbell in 1911

Dorothy Emily Lamont
born in Rakaia, Canterbury to Thomas Laurence Lamont & Martha Jane Morgan
married Percy Major in 1918

Elaine Vida Lamont (1904-1956)
married Leonard Nixon Scott in 1927

Elinor Joyce Lamont
married Alexander Sligo Johnston in 1936

Elizabeth Lamont
married James Adolphus Ludbrook in 1884

Elizabeth Lamont (1863-1925)
married Davidson Stoupe Millar (1866-1944) in 1886
born in County Down, Ireland, 2nd of 14 children of James Millar & Letitia Fergusson McKee who settled in Irwell, Canterbury
the known children of Elizabeth & Davidson
1887 - 1945 John Davidson Millar
1888 - 1889 Christina Ruby Millar
1890 - 1957 Gladys Millar
1892 - 1893 James Millar
1894 - 1914 Ethel Phillipa Millar
- Ethel married Carl William McAllan 'Allan' Lamont, see Grooms above
1898 - Harold David Millar

Elizabeth Lamont (1891-1963)
married Samuel Alexander McCauley (1890-1959) in 1912
the known children of Elizabeth & Samuel
1914 - Violet Elizabeth McCauley
1916 - Samuel Alexander McCauley

Elizabeth Lucy Patti Lamont (1880-1925)
born in Oamaru to John Lamont & Eliza Annie Inconnu(?)
married Hanson Digby Mee (1877-1927) in Knox Church, Invercargill in June1907
born in Timaru to John Mee & Susannah Nevill Digby of London
known children of Elizabeth & Hanson
1908 - Roma Swinburne Mee
1911 - Lucy Ragnhilde Mee
1916 - Leslie Patti Mee
Elizabeth & Hanson died in Wellington

Elizabeth Melville Lamont (1909-1996)
daughter of William Lamont & Catherine Mossie, see burials link above for all siblings etc
married John Ranby Robertson (1905-1991) in 1931
buried Nelson

Elizabeth Theresa May Lamont (1909-1986)
daughter of James Lamont & Mary Jane Quaintance
married Nile Mornington Stone (1907-1969) in 1936

Ellen Lamont (1898-1996)
daughter of William Lamont & Catherine Mossie, see burials link above for all siblings etc
married John David Last (1899-1974) in 1923
buried Christchurch

Emily Lamont
married Trevor Lloyd in 1894
the known children of Emily & Trevor
1895 - Constance Alice Lloyd
1900 - Olive Vera Lloyd

Emily Cecilia Lamont (1899-1958)
daughter of James Lamont & Mary Jane Quaintance
married Charles George Gordon (1888-1967) in 1920

Emily Edith Lamont (1893-1966)
daughter of Malcolm Lamont & Sarah Ann Bryan
married Stanley Burnett White (1884-1947) in 1929

Euphemia Lamont
born Pollokshaws, Scotland
daughter of William Lamont & Catherine Mossie, 1 of 11 children of William Lamont & Catherine Mossie, see John Blain Lamont on burials link above for all siblings
married Henry Frederic Zanders in 1916
- Service number: WW1 67874
buried in Christchurch

Evelyn Jean Lamont (1909-1963)
daughter of George Duncan Lamont & Mary Owens
married Thomas Robert Wingfield (1908-1990) in 1933

Fanny Lamont
married Robert Glendinning Grieve in 1920

Grace Lamont
married John Bruce in 1858

Gwendoline Margaret Lamont (1906-1934)
daughter of George Duncan Lamont & Mary Owens
married Godfrey Arthur Graham (1905-1986) in 1927
son of Hamilton Graham & Gertrude Carter

Helen Lamont
married Alexander Ford in Knox Church, Masterton 19 Nov 1879
the known children of Helen & Alexander
1880 - Alexander Ford
1882 - John Lamont Ford
1884 - William Ralph Ford
1887 - Thomas Walter Ford
1891 - Charles Arthur Ford

Hypatia Beattie Lamont (1898-1995)
daughter of Thomas Beattie Lamont & Harriet Victoria Noakes
married Frank Grafton Vine (1899-1950) in 1925
son of Henry Grafton Vine & Winifred Mary Hartnell

Isabel Mary Ann Lamont (1897-1972)
daughter of James Lamont & Mary Jane Quaintance
married Francis Robert Hennah (1893-1959) in 1916
- Had 1 child when he enlisted in 1917 from Gisborne. He was discharged from war service 28 April 1919 as no longer fit on account of gunshot wounds received in his right shoulder. Isabel was living at 40 Keeling St., Palmerston North

Isabella Lamont
married John Pye in 1866

Isabella Lamont
born in Rakaia, Canterbury to Thomas Laurence Lamont & Martha Jane Morgan
married James John Jarden in 1913
- he was a carpenter in Christchurch
the known children of Isabella & James
1913 - 1983 Raymond James Jarden
1915 - 1987 Benjamin Noel Jarden
1917 - Cyril Thomas Jarden
1927 - 2006 Lloyd William Jarden

Isabella Meldrum Lamont (1896-1976)
married John Piggot Crawford (1885-1959) in 1920
John was born in Mangakaramea, Northland to John Crawford & Isabella Roy Cromb, of Scotland
the known children of Isabella & John
1920 - Margaret Isabella Crawford
1921 - Jean Lamont Crawford
1923 - Isabella Cromb Crawford
1927 - Helen Marjorie Crawford
1929 - Ruth Alison Crawford

Jane Lamont
married Charles Gibson in 1881

Jane Flett Lamont (1876-1959)
married Stephen John Racz (1876-1951) in 1922

Janet Lamont
married John Stobo in Dunedin 1898
Southern Cross, 23 July 1898 - MARRIAGE
STOBO-LAYMONT (note spelling) - at Dunedin, by special license, on the 15th July, 1898, John Stobo Esq., proprietor of the Winton Dairy Factory, to Janet, second daughter of Robert Laymont, Esq, farmer, Dunfriesshire, Scotland
Otago Daily Times, 26 July 1898 - MARRIAGE
STOBO-LAMONT - On the 15th July, at Dunedin, by special license, John Stobo, Esq., Winton Dairy Factory, to Janet, daughter of the late Robert Lamont, Esq., Summerhill, Holywood, Dumfriesshire, Scotland

Jessie Lamont
married George Mayo Kebbell in 1874
the known children of Jessie & George
1875 - George Mayo Kebbell
1877 - Christiana Mayo Kebbell
1883 - Alexander Kebbell

Joan Lamont (1898-1985)
daughter of John Stewart & Jane Lamont
married Thomas Neil McKenzie (1895-1969) in 1921
son of Duncan & Amy McKenzie

Katherine Mary Lamont
married Herbert Goliath Segar in 1923

Katie Lamont
married William Lamont in 1920

Lena Lamont
married William Matthews in 1930

Lillias Annie Lamont
born Scotland
married William Stevenson in 1890 of Invercargill
the known children of Lillias & William of Invercargill
1897 - 1961 John Henley James Stevenson (served WWI as Cpl 47572)

Madge Lamont
married Wilbur Charles Young (1913-) in 1936
son of Henry & Effie Young
he had a brother Henry Peter Young (1914-)

Margaret 'Maggie' Lamont (1865-1896)
born in Scotland to John Lamont & Agnes Wylie
married James Frew (1857-1942) in 1886
born in Lanarkshire, Scotland to John Frew & Ann Johnson
the known children of Maggie & James
1887 - 1916 John Frew
1889 - 1917 James Frew
1891 - 1957 William Frew
1893 - Margaret Frew
1896 - Annie Agnes Frew
Oamaru Mail, 11 May 1896 - DEATH FREW - On the 10th instant, at the North Road, Oamaru, Margaret, the beloved wife of James Frew, aged 30 years. The funeral will leave her late residence for the Oamaru Cemetery at 1.30pm on Tuesday, the 12th instant. Friends are kindly invited to attend

Margaret Lamont
married William Duff in Knox Church, Masterton 7 May 1875

Margaret Alice Lamont
married Albert Edward Cunningham Brown (1893-1967) in 1921
son of William & Ann Brown

Margaret Jenkins Lamont (1871-1956)
born in Oamaru to John Lamont & Eliza Annie Inconnu(?)
married Henry Howard Cork (1865-1946) in 1892
the known children of Margaret & Henry
1893 - 1985 Gladys Swinbourne Cork
1895 - 1968 Dorothy Elizabeth Cork
1899 - 1984 Arnold Ericsson Lamont Cork
1901 - 1942 Jack Howard Milton Cork
- Jack was Driver 40971 with the 2 Division NZ Army Service Corps Reinforcements, Second NZEF. He was killed in action in the Western Desert. He enlisted from Mangaweka. His parents were living in Waikanae

Marion Lamont
married Samuel Cuthbertoon Stewart in 1907

Martha Victoria May Lamont (1901-1990)
born in Rakaia, Canterbury to Thomas Laurence Lamont & Martha Jane Morgan
married Richard Clarence Osborn in 1922

Mary Cook Lamont (1868-1950)
married Archibald 'Archie' McLachlan (1865-1931) in Dunedin in 1884
son of John McLachlan (child 3 at that link) (1840-1915) & Jessie Robb
the known children of Mary & Archibald
1884 - Alena Theresa McLachlan
1886 - James Gabriel McLachlan
1889 - Gilbert Mclachlan
1891 - Colin John Alexander McLachlan
1892 - Thomas Campbell McLachlan
1895 - Wallace Lamont McLachlan
1898 - Archibald Albany McLachlan
1900 - Hazel Mary McLachlan
1901 - Laurel Mavis McLachlan
1906 - Renzie Gordon Grant McLachlan
1908 - Una Christina Whyte McLachlan

Mary Lamont
married Thomas 'Tom' Selwood in 1885
the known children of Mary & Tom
1886 - Catherine Grace Selwood
1888 - Sidney Albert George Selwood
1890 - William Archibald Selwood
1895 - Dorothy Grace Selwood
1898 - Hazel Marie Selwood
1902 - Thomas Alfred Selwood

Mary Hall Lamont (1889-1961)
1 of 11 children of William Lamont & Catherine Mossie, see John Blain Lamont on burials link above for all siblings
married Joseph Henry Flavell (1880-) in 1921
son of Robert Henry Flavell & Margaret Sheehan of Kaeo, Mangonui, Waiku
Mary is buried in Nelson

Mary Jane Lamont
married Andrew Weatherspoon Thorburn in 1882
* there was also a Andrew Weatherspoon Thorburn (1860-1945), born in Auckland who married Jane Elizabeth Ruddell in 1881 and had 9 children, 22 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and died in Whangarei ?

Mary Philippa Lamont (1899-1969)
daughter of Thomas McAllan Lamont & Mary Philippa Hayes
married Charles Royston Hughes in 1924

Minnie Ellen La Mont (1892-1924)
married Thomas Atkinson in 1922

Nita Lamont (1907-1989)
married Alister Livingstone Meeking (1905-1991) in 1937
they lived at 38 Kakanui Ave, Hillcrest, Hamilton and are buried in Hamilton Park cemetery

Sarah Ann Lamont
married Leonard Osborn in 1929

HARRIS of Kumara & Hokitika

written for delwyns who wrote on 2017-10-25 05:21:08 ... Harris of Christchurch Rd, Kumara, West Coast, NZ. Am looking for any information on Birth: England 1858 abt - John Harris - d. 1923 NZ / Parents and Siblings. There are other Harris's of Hokitika, and are wondering weither they too connect. Charles Joseph Schumacher and Annie Mary Sophia Harris Adopted my Father.
Many Thanks DelwynS

Hokitika and Kumara are about 50km apart so I feel it is very possible. Delwyn forgot to add names or dates to help in the search, so have written this journal to help her. Would be grateful if anyone knows anything to please write in comments
(journal added separately to ensure it is not accidentally deleted) ;)

These are the Harris in KUMARA that delwyn is refering to ...
John Harris (1858-1922) married Louisa Ridley (1866-1944) in 1887
Their known children were:
* 1888 - 1977 Annie Mary Sophia Harris
** 1895 - 1913 John Major William Harris
.. and twins born 10 Nov 1896
1896 - Violet Harris
1896 - Jane Marion Harris

* Annie Mary Sophia Harris married Charles Joseph 'Joe' Schumacher (1892-1918), son of Philip Clements Schumacher (1860-1923) and Emily Keziah Housego (1859-1930) .. more about his family can be seen at that link ..
* Charles & Annie adopted a boy, William 'John' Schumacher (1912-1959), illegitimate son of Charles's sister Matilda Jane Schumacher
* Charles & Annie had a daughter Annie Mary Schumacher (1917-)
Charles died 16 Nov 1918 in the Westland Hospital, Kumara during the Flu Pandemic

** John Major William Harris was 18 years old, living on Christchurch Road, Teremakau, when on the morning of 17 June 1913 he decided to ride to Wainihinihi with his friend, *Richard Boys Harcourt (1896-1945), to get some cattle. He saddled up but got his foot caught in the stirrup. The horse bolted and John was thrown and dragged over the Waimea Creek. He is buried at Kumara cemetery with his father.
* note Richard Boys Harcourt was born in Hokitika to Richard Allan Harcourt & Sophia Elizabeth Boys. He was driver NX68400, with the AIF, Australian Army Service Corps, 2/3 Motor Ambulance Company in WWII when killed in Malaysia

* In 1916 Louisa Harris drew to the attention of the Westland County Council, the erosion along the old Christchurch road, Teremakau
* In Dec 1918 Louisa Harris, with her neighbour Richard Allan Harcourt (above) and William McKenzie Harcourt (1833-1925), applied for 160 acres of land, block I, at Turiwhate
* John Harris died 20 Nov 1922 and is buried Plot 393, Block 22 at Kumara cemetery. There is also a Sophia Harris (1841-1913) buried there - mother? (as burial dates are the same it needs more research, see burial lists below)
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Some Harris in HOKITIKA
John Edward 'Jack' Harris (1865-1922), Miner of Seddon's Terrace Rd., Rimu (written in 1905) was born at Wood's Point, Victoria, Australia, in the year 1865 and came to New Zealand at an early age with his parents, who settled at Hokitika. He was educated in the Church of England School and at the Academy at Hokitika. Mr Harris was afterwards at the Jackson's Bay settlement with his father and when but a youth, started mining with him. He was one of the first at the Rimu “rush” in 1882. About the year 1899, Mr. Harris went to the North Island, where he engaged in contracting and sawmilling work in the Wellington, Hunterville, Palmerston North and Shannon districts. He subsequently took up a dairy farm at Shannon and held it for two years. Mr Harris then returned to the West Coast and settled at Rimu, where he has since resided and has a comfortable home. He has an interest in several mining properties. In 1902, Harris was elected to the Westland Licensing Committee. He is a member of the local Miners' Association, and was for some time a member of the Woodstock school committee; takes a great interest in the temperance movement; is chairman of the Rimu and Woodstock No-License League; and is a vice-president of the West Coast branch of the New Zealand Alliance.
* John was a son of Sigvart Christian Harris & Mary Eagle below. He married Florence Burridge Upjohn (1869-1923) in 1888
They had a son
1888 - 1971 Sigvart John William Harris
- Sigvart married Clarice Mary Wilson (1897-1954) in 1920
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some Harris MARRIAGES in Hokitia
* Joseph Tempest Harris (1845-1916)
married Katherine Jane Creighton (1852-1932) in Hokitika 19 March 1870
- their known children:
1871 - Clara Emily Harris
1872 - Edith May Harris
1873 - George Charles Harris
- Joseph was born at sea when his parents immigrated to Tasmania. He was a son of Robert Harris (1819-1858, from Middlesex) & Clara Weymouth (1823-1893, from Devon). Joseph & his family returned to Australia. He and Katherine are buried together in Karrakatta cemetery, Perth, WA
* Sigvart Christian (Jorgensen) Harris (1824-1908) from Oslo, Norway, married Mary Harris in 1885, they were aged 50. He had first married Mary Eagle (1826-1915) in Australia in 1853
- one of his sons is John Edward 'Jack' Harris above.
He had a daughter, Harriet Matilda Harris (1856-1928) who was born in Australia and married Arthur Ernest Bertram Winter in 1877. They are buried in Hokitika
* Elizabeth Humphrey Etta Harris (1885-)
- daughter of Thomas & Frances Harris
- married Thomas Williams in 1905
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HARRIS buried at KUMERA to Nov 2017
(dates could be of death OR interment)
* CHARLES Harris, aged 61 - 13 April 1894
- Block 18, Plot 493, with wife Elizabeth Jane & her 2nd husband
* ELIZABETH JANE Harris (Hobbs, Cunningham), aged 69 - 22 Dec 1925
(database has 1-1-1894)
- Block 18, Plot 493, with 1st husband Charles Harris & 2nd husband Richard Hobbs (1841-1908) whom she married in 1895, the year after Charles's death. She next married Charles Cunningham in 1915
* JOHN Harris, aged 64 - 30 Nov 1922
- Block 22, Plot 393, with son John Major William
* JOHN MAJOR WILLIAM Harris, aged 18 - 17 June 1913
- Block 22, Plot 393, with John & Sophia
* SOPHIA Harris, aged 72 - 30 Nov 1913
- Block 22, Plot 392, with John & John Major William
* WILLIAM Harris, aged ? - 30 Nov 1898
- Block 16, Plot 374A
Ww Harris, aged ? - 30 Nov 1912
- Block 22, Plot 393 NOTE There is no record of a Ww Harris. Check the date with those recorded above. Believe this is William or double up of Sophia OR, because written Ww it could mean wife of William
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HARRIS buried at WHATAROA to Nov 2017
* MARY Harris, aged 90 - 16 Sep 1915
- Block 2, Plot 7, nee Eagle, first wife of Sigvart Christian Harris (see below)
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HARRIS buried at Old Ross cemetery (27km south of Hokitika)
* BENJAMIN Harris, aged 65 - 16 Feb 1907
- Block 21, Plot 15
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HARRIS buried at HOKITIKA to Nov 2017
(dates could be of death OR interment)
* ADA Harris, aged 22 - 6 June 1876
- Block 155, Plot 2294
* ADRIAN WILLIAM FREDERICK Harris, aged 27 - 27 Nov 1918
- Block 147, Plot 4120 with wife Irene Dillon (1894-1959)
- married Irene Ellen Mabel Burrowes in 1914, had 3 children. Irene remarried in 1935 to James Dillon
* AGNES CLEMENTINE Harris (nee Ridland), aged 56 - 31 May 1962
- Block 223, Plot 5103, with husband William Thomas
* ALBERT Harris, aged 56 - 18 Nov 1949
- Block 329, Plot 7370
- married Mary ? who next married Hone Bannister, see below
* BERYL JEAN 'Betty' Harris, aged 72 - 16 March 1998
- Block 292, Plot 6733, with husband Thomas Gordon
* ELMA GERTRUDE Harris, aged 85 - 14 Nov 2005
- Block 222, Plot 5076, with parents John Truebridge Harris & Erica Eva Gertrude Olson
* ERICA EVA GERTRUDE Harris (nee Olson), aged 71 - 19 Nov 1966
- Block 222, Plot 5075, with husband John Truebridge Harris & daughter Elma Gertrude
* FRANCIS Harris, aged 71 - 13 July 1929
- Block 353, Plot 6529, with Thomas (1837-1951)
* GORDON ALEXANDER Harris, aged 53 - 6 July 1973
- Block 97, Plot 2661
- born in Dunedin
* HANNAH Harris, aged 50 - 22 June 1884
- Block 64, Plot 1219
* HARRY Harris, aged 51 - 27 July 1915
- Block 278, Plot 6075
* JEAN LILLIAS Harris, aged 83 - 5 Aug 2005
- Block RSA NO 2, Plot 153, with husband Stanley Lorraine
* JESSIE Harris, aged 69 - 11 Aug 1947
- Block 238, Plot 5362
* JOHN Harris, aged 46 - 9 Jan 1869
- Block 26, Plot 816
* JOHN TRUEBRIDGE Harris, aged 71 - 20 April 1963
- Block 222, Plot 5076 with wife Erica & daughter Elma
- son of Thomas & Frances Harris
* JOSEPH Harris, aged 2 days - 27 March 1931
- Block 359, Plot 6394
* LAURA ALICE Harris, aged 61 - 22 March 1973
- Block 97, Plot 2660
* LAWRENCE Harris, aged 1 day - 2 June 1875
- Block 157, Plot 2374
* LAWRENCE Harris, aged 2 days - 9 April 1871
- Block 157, Plot 2374
* LAWRENCE Harris, aged 26- 15 Aug 1876
- Block 83, Plot 1544
* LILIAN MAY Harris, aged 85 - 16 Sep 1982
- Block 193, Plot 4535, with husband William Henry
* LUCY AMELIA Harris, aged 6 months - 6 March 1869
- Block 29, Plot 1009
* MARGARET MARY Harris, aged 81 - 29 April 1973
- Block 79, Plot 1466, with husband William 'Noah'
* MARGARET STUART ANN Harris (nee Harcourt), aged 88 - 26 May 1986
- Block 309, Plot 6913 with husband Thomas Dromcool
- daughter of Gordon Harcourt & Alice Rugg
OF NOTE Gordon & Alice also had a son named Gordon McKenzie Harcourt, so probably descended from the neighbours of delwyn's John & Louisa Harris (read top)
* MARY Harris, aged 59 - 24 June 1949
- Block 329, Plot 7367, 1st married Albert above, next married Hone Bannister. Buried as Bannister, with her daughter Mary Jane (Mahuika 1908-1998), son in law William Russell Wilson & granddaughter Monica Mary Wilson
* PATRICK EDWARD 'Pat' Harris, aged 93 - 17 July 2015
- Block RSA 2, Plot 210
- No. R152685, Able Seaman, Merchant Navy WWII. Late of England, Lyttelton and Ross, at Greymouth
* ROBERT Harris, aged 58 - 4 May 1955
- Block RSA NO 1, Plot 134
* SIGVART CHRISTIAN Harris, aged 84 - 10 May 1908
- Block 216, Plot 4971, from Norway. (1st) Wife Mary, nee Eagle (1826-1915) is buried at Whataroa
* STANLEY LORRAINE Harris, aged 77 - 27 Sep 1991
- Block RSA NO 2, Plot 15, with wife Jean Lillias
- son of John Truebridge Harris & Erica Eva Gertrude Olson
* THOMAS Harris, aged 88 - 28 Dec 1951
- Block 353, Plot 6529, with Francis (1858-1929)
* THOMAS DROMCOOL Harris, aged 66 - 24 Feb 1953
- Block 309, Plot 6913 with wife Margaret Stuart Ann
* THOMAS GORDON 'Tom' Harris, aged 35 - 29 Oct 1957
- Block 292, Plot 6733, result of aircraft accident, with wife Beryl Jean 'Betty'
- Tom Harris, West Coast Airways manager and engineer, was killed in the crash of Auster ZK-AYB, near Maruia Springs, while checking a potential top-dressing job
* WILLIAM HENRY Harris, aged 74 - 20 July 1962
- Block 193, Plot 4535, with wife Lilian May
* WILLIAM 'NOAH' Harris, aged 83 - 27 Oct 1961
- Block 79, Plot 1465, with wife Margaret Mary
- son of William Hamilton Harris & his 2nd wife, Mary Ellen Clifford
* WILLIAM THOMAS Harris, aged 65 - 20 June 1968
- Block 223, Plot 5102, with wife Agnes Clementine
- son of Thomas Harris & Eulalia Mabel Stevens Manning

PHOTO
Headstone of John Major William Harris at Kumara


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Baptisms 1908-1919 at St Matthew's MASTERTON NZ

BAPTISMS at St Matthew's Church, MASTERTON - Sep 1908 to May 1919
* Organised here in alphabetical order for easier finding
* More information may be available at above source link
* Spelling is how it is written on the above source link
** Indicates there is a little more info on the person shown

Masterton's first Church of England was built on the corner of Queen & Church Streets. The first wooden church was replaced by a brick one built on the northern side of Church Street - between Dixon & Archer Sts - and consecrated on 22 Sep 1913. This church was damaged in the 1942 earthquake and demolished. The third church was opened on the site of the second church in 1958. In the early 1990s St Matthew's Church was divided over theological matters, resulting in the resignation of the vicar, Barrie Allom

page 1 A to K
page 2 L to Y

... A ...
Adams, Albert Charles (1915-1995)
** Adams, Ena Nola (1914-2010)
- married ? Shaw
Adcock, Muriel Florence (1916-)
Ahrens, Arthur Larn Ratton (1913-1957)
** Alexander, Mavis Rosina Alfreda, nee Dickason (1916-1988)
- daughter of Alfred Thomas Dickason & Ethel Rosina Hoar
- married Kenneth Dordie Alexander in 1950
- married Allan Gordon Walker in 1979
Allan, Dorothy Clodagh (1916-)
Allen, Charlotte (1883-1958)
Allen, Florence Joan Isabell (1911-2000)
** Allen, Priscilla Gwynneth (1914-1915 aged 10 months)
- source has Patricia Gwynneth
Alsdorf, Valerie Elizabeth (1918-1918 aged 3 months)
Amberger, Henry Philip Beresford (1917-1987)
** Amundsen, Gwendolen Cordelia, nee Baker-Clemas (1916-2005)
- daughter of Albert Edward Thomas Baker-Clemas & Muriel Frances Lewis (siblings below)
Amundsen, Leah Jane, nee Clarke (1905-1994)
Armstrong, John Craddock (1913-1993)
Armstrong, Rodney Irvine (1917-1996)
Askew, Ivelenah May, nee Bell (1916-)
Astwood, Arthur Norman (1910-)
Astwood, Ernest Frederick (1902-1977)
** Astwood, Gladys Louisa (1891-1957)
- married Harold Edgar Low in 1915
Attwood, Arthur William (1909-)
Aymes, Eileen Sydney (1910-)
Amyes, Majorie Edna (1912-)

... B ...
Bacon, Olive Joyce, nee Harrison (1911-2002)
Baird, Kathleen Mary (1917-)
Baker, Harry Samuel (1913-1914)
Baker, Robert Erle (1908-1995)
** Baker-Clemas, Arthur Francis (1912-)
** Baker-Clemas, Burton Lewis (1906-1983)
** Baker-Clemas, Olive Gertrude (1914-)
** Baker-Clemas, Thomas Richard (1905-1980)
- children of Albert Edward Thomas Baker-Clemas & Muriel Frances Lewis (see Amundsen above)
Ballantyne, Louisa Gwendoline (1908-)
Barnard, Helen Rewa (1917-)
Barnes, Alice Amy, nee Winhall (1918-1975)
Barr, Eileen Joan, nee Smith (1917-2010)
Barraud, Alice Patricia, nee Riddiford (1916-2009)
Barrett, Claude William (1917-1985)
Beach, George Osmond (1911-)
Beatty, Robert Alexander (1910-1973)
Beauchamp, Donald Stanley (1910-1987)
Beauchamp, Elizabeth Stanley (1906-)
Beauchamp, Richard Stanley (1909-)
** Beckett, Nora Isabella, nee Hatch (1914-1974)
- previously Rowland, previously Rosval
Beetham, Charles Albert Hindmarsh (1914-1996)
Beetham, Nancy Hindmarsh (1919-2014)
- married ? Evans
Bell, George Hector (1915-2004)
Bennett, Bromley Mountfield (1912-2003)
Bennett, Jack Baird (1908-1977)
Bennett, Katherine Isabelle (1911-1967)
Bennett, Leonard Harry (1909-1990)
Bennett, Olive Elizabeth, nee Newland (1917-2003)
Bell, Arthur Edwin Colin (1917-)
Bevan, Evelyn Nancy, nee Styles (1915-)
Bevan, Kathleen Margaret (1918-)
Bicknell, Phyllis Annie, nee Trass (1915-1996)
Bingham, Margaret (1908-1991)
Binning, Betty Alexandra, nee Taylor (1912-1998)
Bishop, Florence Emily (1909-)
Bishop, Henry (1871-)
** Bishop, Leonard Erl (1916-1920 aged 4)
Bishop, Percy Edward (1910-1966)
Blatchford, Edward (1909-1991)
Blatchford, Geoffrey Norman (1915-1996
Blundell, Lena Blanche, nee Barton (1908-2003)
Boddington, Charlotte Emily (1911-1953)
Boddington, Huia Duncan (1909-1964)
Bodle, Nora Ivy, nee Lewin (1916-2005)
Bodle, Peggy Myra, nee Sellar (1915-2000)
** Boielle, Adolphus Horace (1909-2000)
- 1 of 4 children of Adolphus Blanchard Boielle & Maud Amelia Free (the others also in this list)
Bond, Noelene Jessie (1911-)
** Borthwick, Nancy Hope, nee Williams (1910-1984)
- married Patrick John 'Pat' Borthwick in 1931
Bowcock, Mona Rubina, nee Grantham (1914-)
Bowie, Grace (1912-)
Bowie, Herbert Allan (1909-1965)
** Boys, Harvey Cowell (1910-2001)
- son of James Boys & Fanny Jane Boys
Boys, Norah Helen, nee Henderson (1900-1984)
** Boys, Maurice Ellman (1915-1995)
- 7th of 8 children and twin with Enid Mary Helena Boys, of James Boys & Fanny Jane Boys (1875-1960)
** Brader, Eva Mona (1917-2012)
- 1 of 9 children of Harry Brader & Hilda Newland
- married ? Groube
** Braggins, Victor James (1915-2010)
- son of Charles James Braggins & Ellen Lee
Bray, Edith Alice Lockley, nee Winskill (1914-1999)
** Brookes, Louis Fred (1913-1983)
- BDM has Brooks
Brown, Reginald Percy (1917-1979)
** Bryant, Ernest William (1915-)
** Bryant, Florence Annie (1916-)
** Bryant, Frederick Harry (1915-1916 aged 15 months)
- children of Harry Bryant & Annie Miles
Buchanan, Patricia May, nee Lord (1914-2005)
Buckley, Allan (1906-1959)
Buckley, Colin (1914-1991)
** Buckley, Dulcie (1910-)
- married David Bryce Berry in 1931
Buckley, Malcolm (1913-1996)
Budden, Noel McNaught (1911-1988)
Bulloch, Blanche Jackson Baker, nee Clemas (1910-2009)
Bungate, Harold Edward (1912-1980)
** Bungate, John Albert William (1917-1918 aged 8 months)
Bungay, Lillie Isabella (1907-1999)
Bunny, Ralph (1913-2007)
Bunny, William Ian (1909-1971)
Burborough, Henry James (1916-)
Burborough, Herbert John (1919-2009)
** Burgess, Nora (1916-1917 aged 4 days)
** Burgess, Shirley Florence, nee Lomas (1917-1975)
- first married Squadron Leader Robert Lawrence Spurdle (1918-1994). She next married Geoffrey Guy Burgess & Robert remarried to Mavis Dorothy Marion Binning
Burt, Rona Margaret, nee Blatchford (1917-2009)
** Button, Maud Olive, nee Boielle (1900-)
- 1 of 4 children of Adolphus Blanchard Boielle & Maud Amelia Free (the others also in this list)
Buys, Edward Bernard (1913-)
** Byrn, George Charles Briden (1917-1964)
** Byrn, Mervyn Percival Briden (1915-1992)
- children of Mervyn Byrn & Julia Catherine Harker Briden

... C ...
Caldwell, Nola Lottie, nee Smith (1915-2010)
Calvert, Russell John (1909-2011)
** Cambourn, Beatrice Elizabeth (1911-1999)
** Cambourn, James Spencer (1913-1987)
- above source has spelt their name Cambourne
Cammick, Nance Permain, nee Hosken (1919-2002)
Campbell, Clarence John (1906-1986)
Campbell, Grey Nobel (1911-2003)
Campbell, Isla Emily (1913-2006)
Campbell, Olive Mary (1907-1997)
Campbell, Raymond Eric (1905-1975)
Carrick, Jack William (1908-)
Carroll, Annie Lucy Kemble 'Nan', nee Welch (1915-2005)
Carroll, Murray Charlton (1914-1991)
Carroll, Ola, nee Grose (1916-1989)
Carter, Eileen Dorothy (1914-2012)
Catherall, Haroldene Mary Audrey (1917-)
Catterick, Arthur Earl (1916-2006)
Catterick, James William (1912-1981)
Catterick, Phyllis Irene (1914-)
Challis, Gordon Leslie (1894-1961)
Chapman, Frances Elizabeth (1916-)
** Chapman, Mabel Joan, nee Dohnt (1913-1999)
- daughter of Frederick Edwin Arthur Dohnt & Maud Florence McCalmont
Chesterman, Gordon Clarence (1908-1963)
** Childerstone, Dorothy Una (1912-1993)
- married Keith Frederick Whitehead in 1937
Ciecior, Dorothy Winifred, nee Kemp (1911-2002)
** Clark, Donald (1916-)
** Clark, Dorothy (1912-)
** Clark, Leonard (1917-)
** Clark, Marjory Diana (1914-)
** Clark, Marion (1910-)
- children of Charles Clark & Alice Best
** Clarke, Charles Maurice (1909-)
- son of Albert Edward Clarke & Emily Olive Nightingale
** Clarke, Richard James (1915-)
- son of Samuel & Mary Ann Clarke
Clarke, Robert James (1912-1953)
** Clarke, Robert Nathaniel (1912-1987)
- son of James Clarke & Mary Ann Field
** Clarkson, Olive Elizabeth, nee Bishop (1907-1997)
- married Harold John Clarkson in 1930
Clayton, Henry Arthur (1902-1992)
** Clayton, Joyce Rosalie (1906-)
- married Eric Sydney Harrison in 1929
** Clifford-Jones, Bruce Innes (1917-1939)
- son of Henry 'Harry' Clifford-Jones and Ellen Hanley Stephenson, he attended schools in Hastings, Levin and Palmerston North. His parents were in New Plymouth when he enlisted for war as Pilot Officer 36170 with the Royal Air Force, 9 Squadron. Bruce was a Taranaki tennis champion and reached the semi-final of the 1939 Royal Air Force tournament at Wimbledon. He was one of two pilots accidentally shot down during an air firing practice at Berner Heath 8 Sep 1939. Buried Honington (All Saints) Churchyard, Suffolk
Cole, Kenneth Douglas (1914-1992)
Cole, Maurice Charles (1918-1996)
Coleman, Douglas Alexander (1906-1971)
Coleman, Ernest Eric (1908-1985)
Coleman, Mavis Ellen (1918-2017)
Coley, Annie Hutton Eugenie (1917-1918)
Coley, Samuel Henry (1915-1965)
** Collings, Wilhelmina, nee Catt (1890-1978)
- married Joseph Henry Collings in 1911
Conder, Noel Maxwell (1913-1992)
** Condon, Dorothy Blanchard, nee Boielle (1901-1994)
- 1 of 4 children of Adolphus Blanchard Boielle & Maud Amelia Free (the others also in this list)
Connolly, Norma Elaine, nee Eddy (1916-2002)
** Cook, Aaron (1907-1991)
- son of Aaron Cook & Alice Jane Scadden
** Cook, Daphne Alma (1910-)
- daughter of Robert William Cook & Hannah Louisa May Asborne
** Cook, Robina Hoya (1908-)
- daughter of Robert William Cook & Hannah Louisa May Asborne
** Cook, Winnie Alva (1907-)
- daughter of Aaron Cook & Alice Jane Scadden
** Cook, Wyverne Grey (1908-1976)
- son of Percival Robert Cook & Lilian Maud Wilkin
- Like his father, Wyvern was a Masterton doctor in Lincoln road for many years. Childhood memory of a huge glass ashtray sitting on his desk always filled to overflowing with cigarette butts and his patients smoking in the waiting room
- married Sylvia Mary Dale & had 2 children, Anthony Wyverne Grey (1940-2004) & Juliet (1947-) Cook
NOTE Wyverne's father, Percival Robert Cook, (written 1908) M.B., B.Ch. (New Zealand University), Physician and Surgeon, Lincoln Road, Masterton. Dr. Cook was born in Wellington in December 1867 and is the eldest son of Mr. Edmund Cook, for many years chief postmaster at Dunedin. He was educated at the public schools, the High School in Timaru, and at the Otago University, where he graduated M.B., B.Ch., in the year 1890. After practicing for four years at Roxburgh, Central Otago, he went to England and studied in London, Edinburgh and Dublin. On his return to New Zealand he practiced for six years in Rangiora and Amberley and in the year 1905 established his present practice in Masterton. Dr Cook is an honorary surgeon of the Masterton Hospital and of the Jockey Club. HIS father, Edmund Cook, married Annie Dorothea Brown in 1861 and had 8 children
** Coom, Margaret Louisa (1912-2004)
- daughter of Harry Floyd Coom & Beatrice Louisa Bennett
** Cooper, Stephen Frederick-Louis (1906-1992)
- son of Frederick Stephen 'Fred' Cooper & Ivy Pamela Hill
** Corbett, Dorothy Madge (1908-1962)
- married John Alexander O'Callaghan in 1932
** Corbett, Jack Wilkes (1911-1986)
- son of Henry Claude Bertie Corbett & Emma Louise Sowman
** Corkill, Eva Gladys (1909-1934)
- source has Corkhill. Eva was the base born daughter of Lily Agnes Corkill who married Richard Ernest Graham in 1910 & she became Eva Gladys Graham. Eva married Huia Percy Haxton (1905-1971) in 1930. She died 4 years later aged 25
** Corlett, Edward George (1909-)
** Corlett, Frank Alexander (1910-1911 aged 7 months)
- 2 of 9 children of William Edward Corlett & Amy Yates
Coulter, Kenneth (1918-1981)
Coulter, Ray (1914-2007)
** Coup, Bonna, nee Butement (1910-1984)
- daughter of Frederick John Butement & Constance Bertha Mildred Corbett
- married Arthur Amesbury Coup (1908-1992)
** Cowie, Alma Noreen Lilian, nee Styles (1905-1982)
- daughter of Arthur Ernest Hamilton Styles & Esther Wadham
** Crass, Charles John Kingsford (1915-)
- born 30 Oct 1915 to Gustav Hermann Eugene Krause/Crass (1882-) & Cora Victoria Craven (1882-1916). Hermann was the proprietor of the Club Hotel in Masterton from 1912, previously the Arcadia Hotel, Wellington and of Christchurch & Dunedin. Cora was born in Christchurch. She died 19 Aug 1916 at the Club Hotel aged 34, leaving 3 children, the youngest was 10 months old
** Crass, Paul James (1915-)
- born, or registered on, 30 Oct 1915 to Hermann Friedrich August 'Ludwig' Crass & Georgina Lawson .. the dates of both above Crass births are 'unusual'?
** Creswell, Bruce Caryl (1918-2004)
- he enlisted in WWII from Whangarei where he was a Farmhand. His parents were in Waipu. He served as Driver 43550 with 2nd NZ Division NZEF
** Creswell, Katharine Helen (1916-)
** Creswell, Robert Edward (1914-2004)
- children of Edward Creswell & Ellen Alexandrina Kelling
** Cross, Owen Herbert (1909-1978)
- son of Herbert Cross & Ethel May Reynolds
Cumming, Douglas Gordon (1915-2003)
** Cunningham, Annie Florence (1890-1978)
- daughter of Alexander Cunningham & JohannaFraser
- married Francis William Heaven in 1913
Cunningham, Molly (1917-)

... D ...
Daly, Elie /Elsie? Mary (1918-)
Darvill, Maisie Ethel Beaumont (1913-1936)
Dassler, Mary Elia, nee Denbee (1914-2001)
Davey, Emma May, nee Henshaw (1911-2006)
Davey, Ilma Florence (1912-2002)
** Dawson, Alexander Joseph (1911-1937)
- son of Robert Reese Dawson & May Margaret Susanna Chamberlain
** Dawson, Barbara Hay (1917-1999)
- daughter of Herbert Hay Dawson & Laura Minnie Baskiville
** Dawson, Derrick Meredyth (1910-)
- son of Henry Thomas Dawson & Gwendoline Meredyth Meredith
** Dawson, Elizabeth Anne (1915-)
- daughter of Robert Reese Dawson & May Margaret Susanna Chamberlain
** Dawson, Reese Edinborough (1913-1991)
- son of Robert Reese Dawson & May Margaret Susanna Chamberlain
Dean, Elizabeth Mary (1910-1989)
Dean, James Frederick (1912-1979)
Dean, Mona Grace (1916-2009)
- married ? Stewart
Dean, Raymond Lorraine (1915-1922)
** Dean, Sylvia Juanita, nee Blockley (1899-1936)
- married Henry Allan Dean in 1929
** Dearness, Doris Eliza, nee Wyber (1904-1989)
- married John Henry Scott Dearness (1904-1979) in 1948
** de Castro, Alice Annie Mary, nee Jessop (1878-1964)
- married John Willis de Castro in 1898
Denbee, Thomas Edwin (1918-1940)
** Denby, Albert Charles (1906-1964)
- married Edith Lillian Wellington in 1928
** Denby, Eterina Lilian (1907-1982)
- married Cecil Roy Pycroft in 1926
** Denby, Hilary Thomas 'Tom' (1911-1979)
- married Vena Peck in 1939
** Denby, John William (1910-1955)
- married Rena Rainsford Jessie Hatton in 1933
** Denby, Walter James (1904-1977)
- married Nina Mary Blake in 1928
De Muth, Beatrice Caroline, nee Welch (1918-)
Dickason, Ivy Jane (1909-)
Dickason, John Edward (1917-1940)
Dickason, Reginald Charles Halley (1910-1991)
Dickinson, John Alexander (1905-1982)
Dickinson, Sydney Godmond (1900-1967)
Dickson, Merle (1916-)
Dixon, Amelia Catherine (1908-)
Dixon, Elza Estella (1910-)
Dixon, Herbert Frederick (1908-1959)
Dixon, Kathleen Joyce (1909-)
Dixon, Phyllis Gwendoline (1906-)
** Dixon, Sarah, nee Winteringham (1861-1923)
- married Edward Dixon in 1876
Doggett, Josie Iris, nee Thompson (1917-1986)
** Donald, Elsbeth Florence Vivian (1909-2003)
- married Arthur Edmund Preston in 1932
Donald, Fiona Katherine Vivian (1915-1919)
Donald, Haddon Vivian (1917-)
Donald, Valentine Vivian (1914-1995)
Donaldson, Norman George Alabaster (1910-1951)
Dorrington, Neville Walter (1917-1992)
Douglas, Edgar Hugh (1909-1975)
Downs, Anne Rosemary (1919-)
Douglas, Beatrice Aileen (1915-)
Douglas, Herbert Keith (1915-1952)
** Drake, Georgina Alma Bond (1908-)
- married Hone Louis Varnham in 1929
Duckett, Herbert John (1917-2005)
Duckett, Joan Mae, nee Gray (1917-2011)
Duffy, James Russell (1908-1979)
Duffy, John Howard (1910-1996)
Duffy, Nada Frances (1917-)
Duffy, Norrie Mavis (1911-1985)
Duffy, Reginald Bertram (1913-1998)
Dunn, Margery Elizabeth Sinclair (1917-2009)
Dunn, Wilmot Patricia (1914-)

... E ...
Eastwood, Gladys, nee Hopkins (1913-2005)
Eddie, Ola May (1917-)
Edge, Beatrice Ellen (1911-)
Edmond, Winifred Cleeve, nee Cox (1910-2000)
Edwards, Eileen Ethel (1912-)
Edwards, John Dudley (1915-1924)
Edwards, Joseph Leonard (1917-2008)
Edwards, Mary (1910-1910)
Edwards, Norman Stanley (1911-1991)
Edwards, Violet May (1919-)
Eglinton, Helen (1912-1999)
Elbourne, Dorothy Violet Holden (1913-1999)
Elers, Matangihau Louisa Marian (1914-2005)
Elliott, Betty Gordon (1909-)
Ellis, Geoffrey Roland (1916-)
Ellis, Joyce (1915-)
Ellis, Noeline Dorothy (1918-)
Emery, Kathleen (1909-)
** Engstrom, Vaughan Gothrik Welsby (1913-1943)
- son of Carl Gothrik Engstrom & Ellen Mabel Welsby. Carl was a farmer in Makairo, Pahiatua in 1901 when he served as Private 3364 with the #17 company, Wellington section, 6th contingent in the South African War. Flight-Lieutenant Vaughan Engstrom was killed in action in WWII leaving 1 month old twin daughters. He is buried Ibstock, North West Leicestershire District
** Entwistle, Bernice Ngaire (1911-2000)
- married ? Smart
** Evans, Ethel Inez (1908-1982)
- sister of Jack, Molly & Thomas. Married Raymond Augustus Wilbrock in 1936. Buried Waimairi cemetery, Christchurch with parents Thomas Evans & Ethel Ada (Morgan), husband Raymond & brother Jack
Evans, Gwendolyne Mavis, nee Hall (1911-1985)
** Evans, Jack Bristow (1912-1929)
- Brother of Ethel, Molly & Thomas. Buried Waimairi cemetery, Christchurch with parents Thomas Evans & Ethel Ada (Morgan), sister Ethel & brother-in-law Raymond
Evans, Marjorie Ellen, nee Friend (1910-2005)
** Evans, Molly Emlyn (1912-)
- sister of Ethel, Jack & Thomas
** Evans, Thomas Randall (1908-)
- brother of Ethel, Jack & Molly
Ewing, Nora Olive, nee Welch (1918-2012)
** Ewington, Annie Harriet Maude (1910-)
- daughter of Robert James Ewington & Georgina Maude Fear

... F ...
Fafeita, Hinemoa Cowley, nee Whiteman (1914-1999)
** Fair, Donald Ernest (1917-)
- son of Ernest Fair & Ethel Maud McNabb
** Fairweather, Hubert Edwin Joseph (1911-1975)
- born in Masterton to Hubert Edwin Fairweather from Christchurch & Isabel Annie Simpson from Sydney. Served in WWII with the Australian Army as Captain NX3754. Enlisted 25 Oct 1939. Married May Isabelle Brawn in NSW in 1944. Died in NSW
Falloon, Helen Joan, nee Rutherford (1916-)
Faulknor, Clifford George (1913-1997)
Faulknor, Douglas Albert (1917-1993)
Faulknor, Irene Nola (1915-1916)
Faulknor, Robert Leonard (1918-2006)
Faulknor, Ronald Victor (1908-1969)
Fawcett, Bertha Margaret Maria (1916-1975)
** Fear, Athol Henry (1908-)
** Fear, Leslie Frederick (1911-)
- sons of Frederick Francis Albert Fear & Maud Agnes Wadham
Fenton, Terence Fitzherbert (1915-1974)
** Fick, Eileen Ida (1915-1916, aged 14 months)
- base born daughter of Mata Fick
Fielding, Irene Arabella (1910-)
Fielding, Margaret Jean, nee Bannister (1909-1945)
Finlayson, Beatrice Joyce, nee Palamontain (1914-)
** Finlayson, Betty Court (1917-)
** Finlayson, Dorothy Court (1918-)
- children of (+ Murray Court 1912-1992 & Lincoln Court 1910-1970 Finlayson ), of Donald Wemyss Finlayson & May Edith Court
Flaws, Nilla Jean (1918-2006)
Fletcher, Geoffrey Acton (1915-2011)
Fleming, Montague Henry (1908-1970)
Floyd, John James (1915-)
Forbes, Percival Douglas (1913-1962)
Foss, Alison Mary (1910-1984)
** Foss, Phyllis Margaret (1912-2001)
- married ? Wilson
Fowle, Elizabeth Dorothy Ngaire (1913-)
Francis, Cicely May (1908-1992)
Francis, Derwent Heslop (1910-1912)
Franks, Howard Francis (1910-1985)
Franks, Terrence Wray (1909-1978)
Friend, Arthur Edward (1917-1980)
Friend, Noela Mary Baker, nee Yates (1918-1945)
Fuller, Elizabeth Fanny Margaret (1909-)

... G ...
** Gaddum, Barbara Helen, nee Baird (1915-1997)
- previously Glendinning
Gaddum, Dorothy, nee Hosking (1916-1994)
Gale, Mavis Noeline, nee Henderson (1917-1985)
Garrett, Ernest Stanley (1907-1975)
** Garrett, Ivy (1900-)
** Garrett, Walter (1899-1950)
** Garrett, William Alfred (1903-1980)
- children of Walter Garrett & Fanny Barnes
** Gaskin, Dorrie Sara Revina (1906-1980)
- daughter of Percy William Gaskin & Bertha Mary Zabell. Married Stanley Malcolm Oliver in 1927. Next married Sylvester David Caird in 1940
** Gaskin, Dudley William Zabell (1908-1981)
- brother of Dorrie above. Married Lily Bertha Hensley in 1937
Gawith, Alan Antill (1916-2013)
** Giddings, Esmee Joyce (1908-)
- married Kenneth Olivant in 1933
Gill, Helen Stanley (1916-2002)
Gilson, Philip Charles (1915-2002)
** Goldfinch, Stanley Eggleton (1916-1997)
- son of Adolph Lynch Goldfinch & Mabel Emily Newland
Goodin, Sydney James (1912-1996)
Gourlay, Ronald Paul Crichton (1919-1991)
** Graham, Charles Leonard (1910-1986)
- son of Richard Ernest Graham & Elizabeth Ann Newman
** Graham, May Violet (1910-)
- daughter of Richard Ernest Graham & Lily Agnes Corkill
** Graham, Richard Clement (1908-1984)
- son of Richard Ernest Graham & Elizabeth Ann Newman
** Graham, Rose Agnes (1913-2001)
- daughter of Richard Ernest Graham & Lily Agnes Corkill
** Graham, Victor William (1915-1985)
- son of William Victor Graham & Adelaide Elizabeth Smith
Grantham, Gordon Henry (1912-1961)
** Gray, Athol William (1909-1995)
- source has Grey
Gray, Edna Cecilia (1913-)
Gray, Eileen Joan, nee Sutherland (1912-2009)
Gray, Francis John (1915-1971)
Gray, Vivian Norman (1916-1976)
Grey, Bernie (1912-)
Green, Alan Henry (1914-1974)
Green, Dorothy (1913-2006)
Griffiths, Madge Lorna, nee Trass (1908-)
Grigson, Mary Jean Winifred, nee McCullough (1907-1992)
Groube, Daphne Eveline (1908-)
Groube, Hilmore Leslie Ernest (1910-1978)
Gully, John Hubert (1913-1967)
Gunn, Garth Reginald (1918-1945)

... H ...
Hall, Erle Russell (1916-2006)
Hall, Gordon Stanley (1913-1996)
** Hall, Hazel Jean (1914-2002)
- married ? Francis
Hall, Samuel Albert (1910-1964)
Hannay, Mabel (1881-1945)
Hansard, Grace Alison Vivian, nee Donald (1910-2013)
Hansen, Eunice Annie, nee Hunt (1916-2012)
Harcombe, Marjorie Agnes (1908-)
Harcombe, Norman Wilton (1907-1989)
Harcombe, Robert William (1902-1944)
Hardie, Nancy Vera, nee Lett (1913-1991)
Harris, Arthur Gaythorne (1909-1988)
Harris, Esme Enid, nee Brockett (1913-1993)
Harris, Ihaia Isabel Jessie (1915-)
Harris, Ivy (1908-)
Harris, Norman (1914-)
Harris, Vere Norford (1907-)
Harrop, Myra Lucy (1917-)
Hart, Sydney Arthur (1917-1981)
** Hatch, Geoffrey Rupert (1912-1913)
- son of Rupert Victor Hatch & Kathleen Ellen Percy
** Hatch, Leonard Edward 'Jack' (1910-1986)
- son of Norman Leonard Richmond Hatch & Rose Isabel Lawrence
** Hatch, Stuart Leigh (1917-1981)
- son of Rupert Victor Hatch & Kathleen Ellen Percy
Hausmann, Gwenda Helena (1912-2006)
Hawthorne, Lawrence (1909-1910)
Hayes, Alfred Pierre (1918-2001)
Hayter, Ivy Olive, nee Goodin (1909-1993)
** Hazell, Nancy Isabel (1915-2003)
** Hazell, Ronald Arthur (1914-1989)
- children of William & Kate Hazell
Hazell, William Thomas (1917-)
Heaps, Eric Walter Edgar (1917-1945)
Henderson, Leslie Alexander (1898-1978)
Henson, Alfred Fergan (1914-1970)
Henson, Isabel Ada Beatrice (1916-)
** Henson, Marian Matilda (1908-1972)
- married Caleb Arthur Ewington in 1930
** Henson, Robert William (1911-2007)
- children of Alfred Henson & Agnes Elizabeth Fergan
Hewitt, May Evelyn, nee Wright (1908-)
Heyward, Charles William (1909-1998)
Higgins, Myrtle Iris (1908-)
Higgison, Louis Ivan (1918-1945)
Hill, Harry Lloyd (1902-)
Hill, Lily Harriet (1902-)
** Hills, Mona Joyce (1916-2005)
- married ? James
Hoar, Kenneth Otho (1909-1964)
Hoare, Sybil Grace, nee Gully (1910-1973)
Holdsworth, Herman Malcolm (1912-1992)
Hollow, Thelma Alves, nee Major (1908-1978)
Holloway, Edwin Allen (1908-1991)
Holloway, Frederick John (1913-)
Hooper, Stafford Sutton Richmond (1918-)
** Hooper, Wyndham Richmond (1917-1948)
- son of Dr Richmond Vernon Hooper & Mabel Constance Sutton. Served in WWII as #48169. Enlisted from Russell St., Palmerston North where his parents were at that time
Horton, Raymond Hancox (1912-1970)
** Hopkins, Grace (1916-2002)
- married ? Lyon
** Hopkins, Helen Phelps (1912-)
- daughter of Leonard Seymour Phelps Hopkins & Mabel Doris Laing
** Hopkins, Hereward Cookson Phelps (1915-2009)
- son of Leonard Seymour Phelps Hopkins & Mabel Doris Laing
** Hopkins, Marjorie Phelps (1914-)
- daughter of Leonard Seymour Phelps Hopkins & Mabel Doris Laing
Hopkins, William Gladstone (1917-2006)
Hosking, Owen William (1915-1983)
Houlbrooke, Dorothy (1910-)
Housley, Olive Elva, nee Smith (1917-1995)
Hubbard, Archibald Frederick (1912-1991)
Hubbard, Nancy Warner, nee Loader (1919-1995)
Hubbard, William Willis (1910-1995)
Hudson, Henry Torquil Galbraith 'Torqui' (1915-1982)
Hudson, Mona (1915-)
Hudson, Norman Charles 'Nook' (1909-2000)
Hughan, Finlay Johnston (1911-1979)
Hughan, John Ewart (1915-1998)
Hutchison, Patrick Mace (1914-1975)
** Hunn, Donald Attila (1909-1965)
- son of Frederic John Hunn & Annie Peterson
** Hunn, Mavis Ruby (1912-)
- daughter of Thomas Levi Hunn & Mary Koks
Hunt, Doris Edna (1912-)
Hunt, Ivy May (1912-)
Hutchinson, Eileen Marjorie (1911-)
Hyde, Nilla Doris Clara (1895-)
- daughter of George & Susie Hyde
Hyde, Philip Alfred William (1890-1973)

... I ...
** Ihaka, Eida Alberta (1919-1957)
** Ihaka, Hope (1917-)
** Ihaka, Phyllis (1913-)
- children of George Piripi Ihaka & Helen Brown Lang

... J ...
Jackson, Frederick Arthur (1876-1917)
Jackson, Gwendolen Lois (1918-)
Jackson, Erl Coverley (1911-)
Jackson, Hector Alfred 'Heck' (1910-1988)
Jackson, Martin Keith (1913-1914)
Jago, Mary Eileen (1913-)
Jago, Maxwell Robert (1909-1986)
James, Peggie Daisy (1910-)
** Jessop, Alice Annie Mary (1878-1964)
- married John Willis de Castro in 1898
** Jimmieson, Lillian Nazel Phoebie Alice (1910-)
- married Sidney Claude Gallon in 1932
Joblin, Eleanor Louise, nee Armstrong (1914-2003)
Johnson, Arthur Charles Neils (1908-)
Johnson, Eleanora Mary (1910-)
Johnson, George (1909-)
Johnson, Gibbie (1909-)
Johnson, Jean Evelyn Judd, nee Dickens (1915-2007)
Jones, Beatrice Ethel (1911-)
Jones, Flora Nancy (1910-)
Jones, Frederick Petrie (1915-)
** Jones, Lola Ellen (1909-)
- married Arthur John De La Haye in 1933
Jones, Walter James Briden (1912-)
** Joyce, Ngira Jean Phyllis (1912-)
** Joyce, Thomas Erle (1911-)
- children of Edgar Theodore Joyce & Edith Burkin
Judd, Gordon Ernest (1910-)

... K ...
Keats, Noela Elsie, nee Russell (1916-2006)
Keith, James David (1916-1935)
Kelly, Ruby (1909-)
** Kemp, Doris Irene (1914-2006)
- married ? Davison
Kemp, Olga Mabel (1917-)
Kent, Lydia Doris Ruth, nee Clayton (1899-1988)
Kiellberg, Lily Amelia (1898-1984)
** Kilgour, Leslie Hamilton (1913-1983)
Kilgour, Margaret Lois (1918-2005)
** Kilgour, Noel Williamson (1910-1981)
- children of Arthur Edward Kilgour & Susanah Newbigging Hall
King, Molly Madeline (1915-)
Kingdon, Lloyd Durham (1909-2002)
Kingdon, Victor William (1908-1990)
Kirby, Austin Warren (1915-1983)
** Kirk, George Edward (1913-)
** Kirk, John Wilfred (1915-)
- children of Edward & Margaret Kirk
Kitson, Shirley May Harley, nee Donald (1917-)
Knowles, Beth Charlotte, nee Robinson (1914-1997)
Kummer, Norman Horatio (1913-1960)
Kummer, Joyce Evelyn (1909-1943)

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PHOTO
St Matthews Church c1890

The Anglican Church corner Queen & Church Streets, taken from Church Street, showing the shingle-covered roof and steeple


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Baptisms 1908-1919 at St Matthew's MASTERTON NZ

BAPTISMS at St Matthew's Church, MASTERTON - Sep 1908 to May 1919
* Organised here in alphabetical order for easier finding
* More information may be available at above source link
* Spelling is how it is written on the above source link
** Indicates there is a little more info on the person shown

Masterton's first Church of England was built on the corner of Queen & Church Streets. The first wooden church was replaced by a brick one built on the northern side of Church Street - between Dixon & Archer Sts - and consecrated on 22 Sep 1913. This church was damaged in the 1942 earthquake and demolished. The third church was opened on the site of the second church in 1958. In the early 1990s St Matthew's Church was divided over theological matters, resulting in the resignation of the vicar, Barrie Allom

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... L ...
Lamb, Lennox Stanley (1910-1939)
Lamb, Stanley Grundy (1915-1978)
Lambert, Patricia Mary (1917-)
Lampen, Frances Patricia, nee Jordan (1917-)
Lang, Stanley William (1916-)
Large, Majorie Elsie Mabel (1911-)
** La Roche, Elsie May (1913-)
- daughter of William La Roche & May Cole
** La Roche, Margaret Jane (1917-1999)
- daughter of William La Roche & May Cole
** La Roche, Marjorie Alice (1909-2007)
- daughter of James La Roche & Annie Elizabeth Wood
** La Roche, William Daniell (1914-1983)
- son of William La Roche & May Cole
Larsen, Clara Aldytha Stuart (1910-)
Larsen, Cliff Arthur (1914-1993)
Larsen, Edward Roy (1910-2010)
Larsen, Hazel Gwen (1916-)
** Lawrence, Hector James (1914-)
- son of Alfred Edward Lawrence & Ada Coralie Percy
Lawton, Thomas William (1914-1991)
Lea, Myrtle Irene (1909-1999)
Lee, Eva Constance (1902-)
Lee, George Bernard (1908-1984)
** Lee, Gladys Daphne (1917-1917 aged 3 months)
Lee, Thomas Brook (1903-1985)
Lee, Reginald Stanley (1904-1985)
Lee, Walter Norman (1906-1986)
** Leeks, Ivy Eileen (1910-1910 aged 3 months)
Lenihan, Joyce Archer (1916-1992)
Lenz, Ivy Myrtle Hilder (1909-)
Lett, Jessie Hewin (1912-1967)
Lewin, Eva Remmington (1912-)
Lewis, Leo Hector (1909-1963)
Lewis, Marjorie Hazel Hester (1916-1916 aged 4 months)
Liddington, Joyce Rae (1916-2001)
Lindergreen, Dulcie Rose (1911-)
** Liidemann, Heinrich Johann (1912-)
** Liidemann, Maria Helen (1916-1916, aged 11 weeks)
- children of Samuel George & Frances Lowry Gillson 'Fanny' Liidemann of Pownall St and later Gordon St, Lansdowne
Lindsay, William (1912-1922)
Lipinski, Nancy Karleen, nee Welch (1914-1999)
List, Amelia Newell (1910-)
Littlejohn, Stella, nee McCullough (1901-1981)
Logan, John Kennedy (1909-1984)
Logan, Lois nee Hosking (1916-2011)
Logan, Mary Kennedy (1916-)
Logan, William Kennedy (1911-1989)
Lomas, Alan Lionel (1916-1985)
Long, Clifford Keir 'Jim' (1909-1984)
Long, Phylllis Jean (1915-)
Loveband, Grace Howard (1909-)
Lucas, Edith Winifred, nee Childerstone (1913-2005)
** Luttrell, Eileen Joyce (1912-2003)
- married ? Yortt
Luttrell, Mona (1909-)
Luttrell, Neil Stanley (1913-1997)
** Luttrell, Thora Edna (1910-2004)
- married ? Haycock
Luxton, Myra Elizabeth (1914-1955)

... M ...
Mace, Margaret (1915-)
** MacGregor, Ronald Bruce Leslie (1908-1943)
- son of James Leslie MacGregor & Jessie Pattison. Husband of Joan Isobel MacGregor of Epsom, Auckland. Squadron Leader Ronald Bruce Leslie MacGregor was a crew member of a flying boat of the Royal New Zealand Air Force when it crashed and initially reported missing on a sea flight in Fiji. The list of the crew & passengers later presumed dead. Ronald was awarded the Air Force Cross in that year's King's Birthday honours. He was a club-trained pilot and was employed as a co-pilot by Union Airways, at one time being on loan to Cook Strait Airways. He was stationed with Union Airways at Palmerston North when he joined the R.N.Z.A.F. at the outbreak of the war. He was related to the famous flying ace, Squadron-Leader Malcolm Charles MacGregor
MacKay, Martha Maria, nee Humphries (1862-1930)
Mackay, Rita Daphne Jane, nee Allen (1909-1953)
MacLaren, Leah Irene Mary (1909-)
McCann, Noela Annie, nee Hope (1918-)
McLachlan, Eva Ellen (1910-1968)
McLaren, Ericka Jean (1913-1916)
Madsen, Venetia Millicent (1909-)
Malmo, Eunice Annie Kate, nee Percy (1909-)
Malmo, Nesta Elizabeth, nee Hope (1914-2007)
Maloney, Alice Elizabeth, nee Turner (1883-)
Manion, Kathleen Avis (1918-)
Martin, Eden May (1914-2009)
Mason, Colin Stephen (1918-1988)
Mason, Joseph George (1908-1981)
Mason, Kenneth David (1915-1986)
Matthews, Reginald Horsbrugh (1909-1990)
Maunsell, Denis Shelley (1918-)
Maunsell, John Beresford (1917-1936)
Mayne, Lolita Kathleen (1916-)
McCullough, Charles (1903-1988)
McCullough, Frederick Charles (1908-1979)
McCullough, Noel Marjory, nee Bell (1914-)
McCullough, Philip (1904-)
McCullough, Robert Alexander (1911-1991)
McDonald, Andrew Fraser (1915-1915)
McEwen, Eric George (1911-)
McIsaac, Daphne May, nee Loader (1912-2001)
** McKain, Florence Amelia (1906-1984)
- married Robert Francis Caverhill in 1935
McKenzie, Carlyle Honour (1903-1989)
McKenzie, Josephine Dalrymple (1915-)
McKenzie, Sheila Daphne (1914-)
McLachlan, Donald Garth (1916-1990)
McLachlan, Ormi Anita (1916-2015)
** McLaren, Miriam Joan (1913-1913 aged 5 days)
McLaren, Ngaire Miriam (1913-)
McLaren, Olive Maxine (1916-1966)
McMaster, Thelma Olive, nee Dickason (1912-1976)
**McRae, Thomas Gordon (1912-1971)
- 7th of 10 known children of James Findlay 'Jim' McRae (1874-1943) & Marion Gordon King. His paternal grandparents were James Wright McRae (1841-1925) & Jane Elizabeth Thomson
McWhinnie, Albert Sampson (1912-2001)
McWhinnie, Francis John (1910-1965)
** McWhinnie, Ivan Barnett (1917-1941)
- son of John McWhinnie & Mary Alice Bacon. Sergeant 6307, 22 Infantry Battalion, lived with his parents at 30 Cole St., Masterton on enlistment. He died aged 24 in Crete, Greece WWII
McWhinney, Leslie Taylor (1911-2000)
McWhinnie, Sara Moore (1876-1946)
Meredith, Frederick Desmond Alleyne (1917-2000)
Mexted, Leonard (1918-2003)
Millar, Edith Joan (1916-)
Millar, Evelline/Evelyn Constance (1911-1998)
Millar, Fairley (1912-1912)
Miller, Leslie (1915-1915)
Miller, Phyllis Ethel Myrtle, nee Dickason (1910-1997)
Mills, Isabella Lilian, nee Stidolph (1915-1988)
Minton, Francis Ronald (1918-)
Minton, Roger Mountford (1916-1982)
** Mohekey, Edna Winifred (1915-1991)
** Mohekey, Gordon William (1918-)
- children of Louis Alfred Mohekey (1877-1918) & Ruby Amanda Morgan (1888-1961) both from Victoria, Australia
Monro, Agnes Lillie (1909-)
Monro, David Binning (1910-1977)
Moore, Audrey Dorothea (1912-)
Moore, Howard (1909-1919 aged ten)
Moorhouse, Dorothy Winifred (1907-)
Morey, Edna Constance Francis (1912-)
Morey, Millicent Alicia (1913-)
Mourant, Eva Catherine, nee Jones (1918-1989)
Mowbray, Nellie Lilian (1911-2001)
Mowbray, Violet Mary (1908-)
** Munn, Alfred (1894-1974)
- son of John Daniel Munn & Annie Bloomfield
** Munn, David (1891-)
- son of John Daniel Munn & Annie Bloomfield
** Munn, Herbert Jack (1912-2003)
- son of Herbert Munn & Agnes May Murrell
** Munn, Victor David (1913-2010)
- son of Herbert Munn & Agnes May Murrell

... N ...
Naylor, Molly (1916-1918 aged 1)
Naylor, Richard Thomas (1911-1997)
Neilson, Grace Violet (1908-1972)
Newland, Clement Stephen (1909-2000)
Newland, Clifford Arnold 'Cliff' (1913-2009)
** Newland, Dorothy Lilian (1916-2007)
- married ? Nicholls
Newland, Elva Joyce (1918-2017)
Newland, Ivy Alma (1917-)
Newland, Leslie Joseph 'Monty' (1913-1997)
Newland, Lucy Frances (1914-)
Newland, Ronald Arthur (1916-1989)
Newland, Thomas Holdsworth (1911-1987)
Newman, Thelma Winnifred, nee Denbee (1909-1994)
Nicol, Lillian, nee Barritt (1868-)
Nielsen, Grace Beryl, nee Grose (1918-1973)
Noble, Margaret Peters, nee Murray (1872-)
Nolan, Iris Evelyn, Dickens (1916-2011)
Nops, Herbert Dorset (1913-1961)
Norris, Edmond William (1911-)
Norris, Florence Violet (1913-2003)
Norris, Norman Frederick (1914-1983)

... O ...
O'Brien, Jack Eric (1911-)
O'Callaghan, Raymond John (1917-1944)
O'Connor, Myrtle Mavis (1909-)
O'Hara, Pattie Warner nee Loader (1916-2003)
Odey, Mavis Elwy, nee Drake (1918-2012)
Oldfield, Alma Betty, nee Welch (1914-2005)
Oliver, Alexander Frederick (1909-1996)
Oliver, Jessie Edith (1915-)
** Ormond, Norma Eleanor, nee Bunny (1915-1995)
- previously Fell
Osborne, Cecil Lucas (1909-1973)
Osborne, Frederick Ian MacDonald (1913-1987)
Owen, Myrtle Catherine (1909-)
Owen, Randal Joan (1912-)
Owen, Stanley Grace (1910-1993)

... P ...
Page, Gladys Winifred, nee Oliver (1912-2006)
Pain, Myrtle Stephanie May, nee Sayer (1907-1984)
** Palmer, Alex (1910-1916) aged 6)
Palmer, Frank Charles (1914-1967)
Palmer, Leslie Maurice (1914-)
** Parata, David Hone Kerei Matehaere/Matahaere (1911-1941)
- Served as Private 35998 with the 28th Maori Battalion. Enlisted from 46 Hutt Road, Petone. Died of his wound 24 May 1941 in Crete, Greece. Son of Charles Parata, M.P. and Te Rongokakira, of Wellington
Patrick, Warwick McDonald (1911-1994)
Paynter, Grace Edna, nee Yalden (1906-)
Pearce, Eric Edward (1918-1984)
Pearce, Robert Edward (1916-1961)
Pedersen, Lucy Clara (1912-)
Pedersen, Neil (1915-1984)
Pedersen, Violet Beatrice (1914-)
Peel, William John (1914-1938)
Penistone, James Reginald (1909-1973)
Penistone, Margaret (1914-1988)
Percy, Oswald Prior Rennie (1913-1995)
Permain, Errol Alfred Victor (1911-1990)
Perry, Joan (1918-)
Petersen, Amelia Louisa (1911-)
Peterson, Gordon Boyce (1910-)
Petersen, Henry Leonard (1908-)
Petersen, Margaret (1917-)
Peterson, Walter James (1915-2005)
Phillips, Rex Whewell (1918-1975)
Pinkerton, Nancy (1916-2004)
Pinkerton, Shelia Crawford (1909-)
Pinkney, Edith Madge, nee Shackleton (1907-1960)
Pinkney, Emma Huia (1908-)
Pinkney, Norah Grace (1897-)
Pointon, Darrell Bruce (1914-1977)
Pook, Geoffrey (1910-)
Porter, Clara Juanita (1918-)
Potts, Dorothy Edith (1916-2010)
Power, Douglas Henry (1914-1999)
Power, Kenneth Elliott (1910-1942)
Pownceby, Leslie (1911-)
Pragnell, Clarice Sara (1908-)
Pragnell, Kenneth Archibald (1914-2006)
Price, Edna Llewellyn (1911-1919)
Price, Garth Owen John (1915-1986)
Price, Thelma (1907-1987)
Pritchard, Charles Henry (1917-2003)
Pritchard, Thomas William Samuel (1912-)
Pritchard, Zena Mavis (1911-)

... R ...
Railton, Mary Cave 'Molly', nee Bannister (1912-2005)
Ramsden, Denis/Denys Godfrey (1913-1975)
Ramsden, Ian Cecil (1911-1998)
Reader, Rex Alfred (1911-2007)
Reardon, Robert (1915-1982)
Reed, Lloyd Graham (1915-2000)
Reed, Ngaire Joan (1916-1996)
Reed, Trevor Nix (1914-1998)
Reed, Wyvern Victor 'Bob' (1912-2000)
Rees, Enid Mary Helena, nee Boys (1915-2003)
** Remington, Cecil Henry (1914-)
** Remington, Maisie Marcia (1911-)
** Remington, Wilson Clifford (1909-)
- children of Hugh Remington & Lily Pearl Wadham
Renner, Eric William (1917-1939)
Richards, Betty Isabel (1916-)
Richards, Bernice Elizabeth (1911-)
Richards, Lorna Valerie (1917-1934)
Richards, Olive May, nee Whiteman (1913
Richards, Reginald Charles (1913-)
Riddiford, Helen Valerie (1916-)
Rishworth, Peter Shiers (1915-1943)
Rishworth, Valerie Nora (1917-2011)
Robb, Jean Mary (1917-)
Robinson, Edna Grace (1912-1983)
Robinson, Henry Wirgman 'Harry' (1908-1983)
Robinson, Robert Charles (1917-1976)
Roff, Charles Thomas (1907-1991)
** Rohttle, Matilda (1912-)
- daughter of Michael George & Sojeah Rohttle who were in Blackball early 1912 where he was an 'Assyrian Hawker'. They also had a son Michael in 1915
Rooks, Henry William Grey (1909-)
Rosson, Ethel (1891-)
Rosson, Janet Isabel Mary (1914-1988)
Russell, Edward Godfrey (1918-1995)
Rutherford, Eileen Constance, nee Yalden (1904-1982)
Rutherford, Maud Robinson (1914-)
Rutherfurd, Wilfred Hazelwood (1914-1914 aged 8 days)
Ryan, Beryl Hannah (1912-)
Ryan, Robert Raymond Frederick (1906-1984)

... S ...
Sanders, Freda Margaret, nee Brockett (1909-1995)
Sayer, Annie Margaret (1914-2002)
Sayer, Edward Robert (1911-1975)
Sayer, Leonard Charles (1918-1996)
Sayer, Roy George (1912-1979)
Sayer, Thomas Eric (1915-2001)
Schofield, Eric Norman (1918-1949)
Scholefield, Marjorie Elizabeth, nee Gillies (1913-1999)
Schofield, Robert Sidney 'Buster' (1916-1991)
Searancke, Alfred John (1917-1988)
Searancke, James Thomas (1916-1986)
Searancke, Mary Isabel (1918-)
Sedcole, Alfred West (1907-)
Sellar, Mollie Margaret (1908-)
Sellar, William Michael 'Mick' (1913-2003)
Seward, Elsie Catherine, nee Duckett (1912-2008)
Sewell, Garnet George (1917-1935 aged 17)
Shackleton, Hilda Dorothy (1903-)
Shackleton, Reginald James (1899-1952)
Sharp, Monica Jessie (1909-)
Sharp, Richard Harold Abingdon (1913-)
** Sim, Ivy Grace (1916-1916 aged 2 weeks)
Sim, Malcolm David (1917-1987)
Skeet, Frederick Lufkin (1914-1993)
Smith, Allan William (1916-)
** Smith, Arthur (1916-1916 aged 1 day)
Smith, Gough Wallace (1914-1995)
Smith, Mabel (1890-)
Smith, Rhoda Ellen (1912-2006)
Smith, Rita Isabel (1912-)
Smith, Russell Wordsworth (1913-1983)
Smith, Sherlie Bernard (1908-)
Smith, William (1913-)
Spackman, Edith Emma, nee Grimwood (1880-1982)
Spackman, Edna May (1911-)
Spackman, Iris Dorothy (1918-)
Spackman, Maggie Gwendoline (1913-)
** Spain, William Whitley Temple (1917-1972)
- son of Arthur Temple Spain & Florence Elizabeth Jackson
Speedy, Juanita Margaret, 'Nita', nee Gawith (1914-1992)
Stalker, Eileen Mary, nee Duffy (1916-1998)
Steel, Freeman Jesse 'Jim' jnr (1918-2004)
Stevens, Rolf Clifton (1911-1995)
Stevenson, Agnes Annie, nee Woodham (1908-2003)
Stewart, Edith Flora (1913-2007)
Stewart, William Rupert (1906-)
Stidolph, Louisa Ellen (1911-)
Stott, Rosine Amelia (1909-)
Street, Constance Catherine, nee Drake (1911-1974)
Stuckey, George Seymour (1918-1979)
Sutherland, Eileen Ellen, nee Duckett (1915-1995)
Sutherland, Mavis Alice Esther, nee Claughton (1911-2009)
Sutherland, Thomas Tallentire (1914-2001)
Sykes, Esther Margaret (1911-)
Sykes, Philip Howard (1908-)
Symons, Violet May (1910-1910)
Symons, William Samuel (1909-1987)

... T ...
Tankersley, Douglas Robert (1913-1982)
Tankersley, Helen May (1911-2004)
Tansley, John Alfred Loring (1908-1982)
Tate, Kathleen Annie (1912-)
Taylor, Charles Tasman (1909-)
Taylor, Frederick George (1909-1997)
Taylor, Thomas Seymour (1917-1999)
Teal, Iranui Phyllis (1912-)
Te Bay, Beatrice Margaret Agnes, nee Cole (1912-1995)
Tester, George Raymond (1913-1994)
Thomas, Eric James (1910-1974)
Thomas, Godfrey John Evan (1918-1987)
Thomas, Lily Mary (1915-)
Thomas, Stanley William (1905-1975)
Thomas, Vera Gwendoline (1912-)
Thompson, Dudley Mervyn (1913-1973)
Thompson, Edna Dorothy, nee Brockett (1911-1989)
Thompson, Mary Bristowe (1919-2010)
Thompson, Philip Walter (1911-)
Thompson, Vivian Stanley (1910-1954)
Tinsley, Harold William (1908-1992)
Tinsley, Terence Anders (1909-1988)
Toogood, Eileen Edith Sheba, nee Frater (1910-1986)
Townsend, Ernest Henry (1904-1945)
Townsend, George Oswald (1913-1943)
Townsend, Horace Victor (1906-1993)
** Townsend, Rita Mavis 'Lottie' (1910-2006)
- married Herbert Leonard James Smith in 1931
Trass, Donald Albert (1904-1975)
** Trass, Doris Emily (1913-2003)
- married Ray Clarence Clark in 1937
Trass, Grace Olive (1909-)
** Trass, Leslie Ralph (1904-1978)
- married Ellen Robina McGillicuddy
** Trass, Lilian Mona (1912-1998)
- married Foster Grose Wellington in 1936
** Trass, Norris / Norice (1906-1986)
- children of Samuel Trass & Emily Chaplin Robinson
Treseder, Betty Clyde (1912-)
** Tully, Marjorie previously Goldsmith nee Kibblewhite (1909-1987)
- married Stanley Goldsmith in 1929
- later married ? Tully

... U ...
** Uden, Nellie Maude, nee Sayer (1909-2000)
- married Albert Henry Uden in 1932

... V ...
** Vaughan, Heyward/Heywood Harry (1915-1984)
- son of Thomas & Minerva Vaughan
** Vaughan, Ian Joseph (1915-1976)
- son of Harry Frank Vaughan & Annie Williams
** Vaughan, Jack Cave (1914-1969)
- son of Harry Frank Vaughan & Annie Williams
** Vincent, Albert Henry Milsom (1914-1945)
- son of Frederick Charles Vincent & Muriel Ethel Spackman

... W ...
Wade, Jose, nee Hosking (1913-2010)
Wadham, Lynda Mavis, nee Giddings (1915-)
Wadham, Marjorie (1911-)
** Wadham, Mildred Gladys (1908-2002)
- married Trevor Hector Waite in 1933
Wadham, Royd Asquith (1918-2005)
Wagg, Leo Alvin (1909-1970)
Waite, Robert Henderson (1908-1981)
Walker, Albert Colin (1911-1980)
Walsh, Neville Wenden (1912-1990)
Ward, Phyllis Annie Ethel (1913-2008)
Ward, Rita Elizabeth Ada (1908-2002)
Warner, Clarice Stuart (1914-)
Warner, Flora Ray (1917-)
Watson, Emma Louisa, nee Clarke (1907-2002)
Watson, Eric Bertram John (1914-1961)
Watson, Helen Barbara (1918-2001)
Watson, Margaret Joan (1917-)
Watson, Shirley Susan, nee Amberger (1917-2004)
Watson, Sybil, nee Frater (1914-1994)
Watson, Violet Myra 'Vi' (1910-2007)
Webster, Maisie Isabel, nee Kilgour (1915-2005)
Welch, Allen Vernon (1915-1999)
Welch, Errol Clarence (1910-1994)
Welch, Hugh Sydney Wilton (1917-2007)
Welch, James Kenneth 'Jim' (1914-1981)
Welch, Joan Margaret, nee Hatch (1914-1986)
Welch, John Morgan Read, (1917-1988)
Welch, Lawrence Albert (1915-1996)
Welch, Lois Amy (1914-2007)
Welch, Noeline Isabelle (1913-)
White, Margaret Mary, nee Beetham (1914-2005)
White, Zena Grace, nee Hope (1911-1987)
Whiteman, Garnet William (1912-1951)
Whiteman, Gladys Jane (1911-)
Whiteman, Priscilla, nee King (1886-)
Wickens, Ellen Annie (1919-)
Wickens, James Francis (1914-1980)
Wickens, Kenneth Nelson King (1914-1981)
Wickens, William John (1915-1972)
Wrigley, Marjorie Mary 'Molly' nee Kemp (1913-1994)
Williams, Audrey Temple (1911-)
Williams, Bryan Evan (1917-)
Williams, Joan Elfie (1913-2007)
Williams, Michael Charles Temple (1913-)
Williams, Morvyn (1910-1979)
Williams, Myrtle Willis, nee Devonport (1895-)
Williams, Peter Temple (1915-1997)
Williams, Ronald Wickham Daw (1909-)
Wilmhurst, Barry (1917-1991)
Wilson, John Lewis (1918-1996)
Wilson, Robert Alfred (1915-1992)
Wilson, William George (1917-1999)
Wilton, Edna Dulcie (1908-2001)
Wilton, Gloria Pepita Vanborn (1907-)
Wilton, Gordon Alfred (1912-1977)
Wilton, Harold Cerda (1909-)
Wilton, Lawrence Charles (1910-1953)
Wilton, Norva Ngaio (1908-)
Wilton, Oliver Henry (1910-1990)
Wilton, Rangi (1909-2000)
Wilton, Roger Jack (1908-1977)
Winslade, Laura Grace (1918-)
Winslade, Patience Jean (1914-)
Whitton, Jack Noel (1910-1975)
Wood, Helen Rosemary (1917-1922)
Wood, Ruth Mary (1916-2004)
Wood, Sidney George (1906-1972)
Wood, Thelma Winifred (1900-)
Wood, Vera Victoria (1901-)
Woodham, Robert Arthur (1910-1930)
Woodley, Elsie May nee Saker (1909-1984)
Woolf, Mavis Hilda, nee Norris (1916-2012)
Wootton, Grace Eleanor (1917-)
Wright, Irene May (1915-)
Wright, Joseph Evelyn (1912-1987)
Wrigley, Ernest Michael (1909-1968)
Wyeth, Erl Norman (1914-1998)

... Y ...
Yates, Eileen Margaret Kathleen (1912-1913)
Yates, Kathleen Rona (1916-)
Yates, Vivienne Mary (1914-)
Yeo, Olive Jean, nee Johnson (1912-2003)
Young, James Lorne (1913-1917)

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PHOTO
St Matthews Church c1890

The Anglican Church corner Queen & Church Streets, taken from Church Street, showing the shingle-covered roof and steeple