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William Copeland WOODNORTH & Helen Skinner NUMBERS - Invercargill & Victoria

William Copeland WOODNORTH
was from Byrslem, Staffordshire, England
he arrived into Bluff, New Zealand, with his parents, Peter WOODNORTH & Hannah nee COPELAND 26 Nov 1875 on the PETER DENNY

the Woodnorth family on board:
Peter age 39 (died in NZ 1907 aged 72)
Hannah aged 38 (died in NZ 1906 aged 69)
... and their children:
* William Northwood aged 18
- moved to Victoria, Australia
* Ann Elizabeth Woodnorth aged 14 (died in NZ 1942 aged 81)
- married John MEEHAN in 1892
- they had 4 known children
* Henry Sherratt Woodnorth aged 12 (died in NZ 1946 aged 82)
- married Ann GORDON in 1905
- they had 2 known children
- a son, Horace Woodnorth was born in 1890 to Henry Sherratt Woodnorth, mother not recorded?
* Mary Adelaide Woodnorth aged 9
- Mary married James William NICOLSON in 1889
- they had 2 known sons
* Cecilia Copeland Woodnorth aged 5 (died in NZ 1944 aged 74)
- married Alexander DONALDSON in 1891
* Hannah Woodnorth aged 3 (died in NZ 1941 aged 70)
- did not marry (see comments below)
* Eleanor Woodnorth aged 7 months
- died on board the Peter Denny (see comments below)
... the NZ born children of Peter & Hannah
* 1877 Eleanor Alice Woodnorth (died in NZ 1956 aged 80)
- married Joseph Middleton JEWITT in 1899
- they had 3 known children
* 1880 Edith May Woodnorth
- married John Moses MURRAY in 1897
- they had 5 known children

the family settled in Invercargill and had "The Woodnorth Pottery and Brick and Tile Works"
William and his brother Henry Woodnorth worked for their father
NOTE
it is recorded on William Nicholson's army enlistment that he was born in Auckland ??

WILLIAM COPELAND WOODNORTH married in Dunedin on 30 Sep 1889 to:
Helen Skinner NUMBERS
- they had 2 children:
a daughter, Margaret Northwood, nothing known
a son, William Nicholson Woodnorth, born 19 March 1890

TIMELINE
on 18 July 1889 William Copeland Woodnorth lectured on pottery
from the SOUTHLAND TIMES:
... Pottery - ancient and modern - with practical illustrations - W.C. Woodnorth, Ramsay's Hall, 8pm

in 1882:
SOUTHLAND INDUSTRY - WOODNORTH & CO., Merchants', Manufacturers, Belgravis Pottery Works, Invercargill

on 25 July 1888 William Copeland Woodnorth lectured on Physiognomy in the Primitive Methodist Church, Invercargill

on 18 February 1890 William Copeland Woodnorth advertised in the Otago Times:
PROFESSOR WOODNORTH, Exhibition Side Show Grounds, PHREMOLOGY, PHYSIOGNOMY, your character read for 2s.
The Professor will Read your Character either Physiognomically, Phrenologically, or Photographically, telling you what you are best adapted for so that you will have a better knowlege of your abilities than you can have in life

on 16 June 1893 William Copeland Woodnorth, being a practical craftsman, gave a glass blowing exhibition at St George's Hall. "One of those marvellous performances that manipulates brittle glass as if it were potter's clay"

by 1914 William, Helen and at least their son William Nicholson Woodnorth, were living in Victoria, Australia

William Nicholson Northwood, served in WWI for Australia:
* Regimental number - 569
* Occupation - Blacksmith
* Address - 7 Henry Street, North Fitzroy, Victoria
* Also - Son of William Copeland & Hellen Skinner Woodnorth of 306, Station St, North Carlton, Victoria, Australia
* Marital status - Single
* Age at embarkation - 24
* Next of kin - William C Woodnorth, 7 Henry Street, North Fitzroy, Victoria
* Enlistment date - 17 August 1914
* Rank on enlistment - Private
* Unit name - 6th Battalion, E Company
* AWM Embarkation Roll number - 23/23/1
* Embarkation details - Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board Transport A20 Hororata on 19 October 1914
* Rank from Nominal Roll - Sergeant
* Unit from Nominal Roll - 6th Battalion
* Sergeant William Woodnorth was Killed in Action in Somme, France 23 Aug 1918
* Age at death - 28
* Place of burial - PLOT VI - ROW E - GRAVE 11 at Heath Cemetery, Harbonnieres, France


PHOTO
Heath Cemetery, Harbonnieres, Somme, France


1 comment(s), latest 1 year, 1 month ago

RAPLEYs buried in WAIHI, New Zealand

the RAPLEY at Waihi as at November 2011:


ARTHUR WALLACE Rapley
- born 1869 in Christchurch
- married Margaret Frances MEHARRY in 1894
- died 20 June 1946 aged 77
- buried LOT 11 - BLOCK E2

COLLEEN LILIAN Rapley
- born 1938 in Katikati
- died 24 October 2010 aged 72
- buried LOT 420 - BLOCK H

ELDON WALLACE Rapley
- born 1922 in Katikati
- was a Property Investor
- was living in Dominion Rd, Kaitaia
- died 13 May 1994 aged 72
- buried LOT 121 - BLOCK F2

GARNET WALLACE Rapley (database has Garrett)
- born 1898 in Woodville
- married Isabel Mary WHITEMAN in 1921
- (sister of Mabel Whiteman who married his brother Vernon)
- he was a Farmer
- died 26 October 1947 aged 49
- buried LOT 62 - BLOCK E2

ISOBEL MARY Rapley
- born 1898
- died 9 July 1975 aged 77
- buried LOT 67 - BLOCK E2

JOHN WALLACE Rapley
- born 13 August 1925 in Waihi
- died 13 August 1925 aged 12 hours
- buried LOT 129 - BLOCK E

KEITH VERNON Rapley
- born 1925 in New Zealand
- he was a Farmer
- died 4 October 1978 aged 53
- buried LOT 565 - BLOCK G1

MABEL ANNIE ELIZABETH Rapley (nee WHITEMAN)
- born 1896 in Upper Hutt
- died 3 May 1974 aged 78
- buried LOT 6A - BLOCK E2

MARGARET FRANCIS Rapley
- born 1869 in Okitaki, West Coast
- died 26 April 1952 aged 83
- buried LOT 16 - BLOCK E2

MRS D Rapley
- born ?
- was living in Dominion Rd, Kaitaia
- died ?
- buried LOT 129 - BLOCK F2

NEIL ELDON Rapley
- born 1955 in Waihi
- died 22 August 1956 age 18 months
- buried LOT 62 - BLOCK E2

VERNON ARMER TEVISTDELL Rapley
- born 1895 in Woodville
- married Mabel Annie Elizabeth WHITEMAN in 1922
(sister of Isabel Whiteman who married his brother Garnet)
- died 26 July 1977 aged 82
- buried LOT 6A - BLOCK E2

the O'NEILLs buried in Taranaki

the O'NEILLs buried or cremated in Taranaki cemeteries ...
- note the dates of birth are approx. Based on age at death -



AWANUI

O'NEILL, Brendan Joseph
- born 1936
- 14 April 2009 aged 73

O'NEILL, Clifton Lawrence
- born 1913
- 13 March 1959 aged 46

O'NEILL, Eileen Constance
- born 1904
- 4 March 1996 aged 92

O'NEILL, Francis James
- born 1827
- 11 June 1981 aged 54

O'NEILL, Graeme Roy
- born 1943
- 21 July 1994 aged 51

O'NEILL, John
- born 1896
- 13 November 1964 aged 68

O'NEILL, Kathleen Patricia 'Patsy'
- born 1934
- 21 April 2008 aged 74

O'NEILL, Terrence Glen
- born 1954
- 1 June 1992 aged 38



ELTHAM

O'NEILL Sister Katie
- born 1880
- 25 May 1957 aged 77



HAWERA

O'NEILL, Claude Francis
- born 1890
- 9 September 1959 aged 69

O'NEILL Hugh Patrick
- born 1890
- 21 July 1962 aged 72

O'NEILL John Douglas
- born 1928
- 9 May 1934 aged 6

O'NEILL Kevin James
- born 1934
- 12 August 1986 aged 52

O'NEILL Liam Patrick
- born 1931
- 29 March 1984 aged 53

O'NEILL Thomas Victor
- born 1926
- 13 June 1976 aged 50



TE HENUI

O'NEILL, Annie
- nothing recorded
- a spinster

O'NEILL, Catherine
- nothing recorded
- married

O'NEILL, Catherine Donelly
- born 1860
- 1871 age 11

O'NEILL, Daniel James
- born 1916
- 1916 aged 12 days

O'NEIL, David
- born 1892
- 29 August 1941 aged 49

O'NEILL, Francis Joseph
- born 1902
- 24 May 1968 aged 66

O'NEILL, James
- nothing recorded

O'NEILL, James
- born 1883
- 15 June 1961 aged 78

O'NEILL, James Stafford
- born 1868
- 6 January 1937 aged 69
- possibly this James

O'NEILL, Jane Duncan
- born 1871
- widow in Gover St, New Plymouth
- 1 December 1942 aged 72

O'NEIL, John Vincent
- nothing recorded
- a child

O'NEILL, Joseph Aloysius
- nothing recored

O'NEILL, Kathleen
- nothing recorded
- a Spinster

O'NEILL, Kevin Cornwall
- born 1934
- lived in Bracken St
- 12 November 1951 aged 17

O'NEILL, Lucy Gilbert
- born 1904
- living in Adventure St New Plymouth
- 7 July 1993 aged 89

O'NEILL, Martin Patrick
- nothing recorded
- Letter Carrier

O'NEILL, Mary
- nothing recorded

O'NEILL, Patrick
- born 1933
- Military Settler
- 3 June 1865 aged 32

O'NEILL, Rose Ann
- born 1893
- widow in Bulteel St, New Plymouth
- 28 August 1942 aged 49

O'NEILL, Thomas
- Bushman
- nothing recorded



INGLEWOOD

O'NEILL, Infant Stillborn
- 30 September 1925



KAPONGA

O'NEILL Barry
- born 1937
- 26 June 1938 aged 1

O'NEILL Eliza Julia
- born 1875
- 31 January 1927 aged 52

O'NEILL John Harold
- born 1905
- 28 July 1921 aged 16

O'NEILL Murray William
- born 1958
- 22 September 1978 aged 20

O'NEILL Patricia Margaret
- born ?
- 24 December 1995 age not recorded

O'NEILL Selwyn Richard
- born 1932
- 1 November 2007 aged 75

O'NEILL William Alexander
- born 1870
- 20 August 1963 aged 93



OKATO

O'NEILL, John Mitchell (Rev Father) (Jack)
- born 1928
- 27 March 2001 aged 73



OPUNAKE

O'NEILL Kathleen Sarah
- born 1896
- 27 October 1971 aged 65

O'NEILL Richard Walter
- born 1910
- 1968 aged 58



PATEA

O'NEIL, John
- born 1896
- 27 January 1911 aged 15

O'NEIL, Julia
- born 26 October 1890
- 13 May 1982 aged 91
- ashes interred with Patrick O'Neil

O'NEIL, Mary
- born 1874
- 10 December 1903 aged 29

O'NEIL, Patrick
- born 27 June 1892
- 15 September 1976 aged 94
- ashes interred with Julia O'Neil





ASHES RETURNED

O'NEILL, Denise Anne
- born 1939
- lived in Stratford
- 17 November 2005 aged 66

O'NEILL, Elsie Mary 89 Years
- born 1897
- widow in Tukapa St, New Plymouth
- 7 April 1986 aged 89

O'NEILL, Hugh Anthony
- born 1932
- 25 January 2009 76

O'NEILL, John Grant
- born 1947
- 23 June 2010 age 73

O'NEILL, Miriam
- born 1886
- widow at Wairau Rd, Oakura
- 15 October 1976 aged 90
- ashes at Garden Of Remembrance

O'NEILL, Stephen Charles
born 1961
- was living in Stratford
- 24 February 2004 aged 43

O'NEILL, William George
- born 1900
- was a Farmer
- lived in Tukapa st, New Plymouth
- 6 September 1977 aged 77




Mount Egmont / Mount Taranaki


Charles Burgess MANN - Karori, Wellington

a message from spooner 10 nov 2011:
... I note that you have information on Charles and Minnie Mann's children Hazel and Leo.

I am related to Charles Burgess Mann and looking for details of Hazel and Leo. Are you able to pass on any information regarding children, deaths etc




Charles Burgess MANN (1861-1943) was born in Lyttelton, Christchurch, a son of Thomas & Cordelia (1835-1904) MANN
- he married Minnie Ursula COLE (1863-1937) in 1890
they lived in Karori, Wellington

their known children were:

1/ 1896 - ? Leo Furham Hardbattle MANN
- he served in WWI for New Zealand as:
* Serial No.: 3/951
* First Known Rank: Private
* Next of Kin: C.B. Mann (father), Hatton St, Karori, Wellington
* Marital Status: Single
* Enlistment Address: Hatton Street, Karori
* Military District: Wellington
* Body on Embarkation: 6th Reinforcements
* Embarkation Unit: Medical Corps
* Embarkation Date: 14 August 1915
* Place of Embarkation: Wellington, New Zealand
* Transport: HMNZT 27 OR 28
* Vessel: Willochra or Tofua
* Destination: Suez, Egypt
- Leo married Mary Jane DWYER in 1920
- he served in WWII for Australia:
* Serial Number: N77434
* posting at discharge: 11 Garrison Battalion
- in 1932 he is in Sydney and marries Ruby Ellen WINSTANLEY


2/ 1900 - ? NR (Not Recorded) MANN (daughter)
- NR usually indicating a born still baby


3 30 Sept 1901 - 1993 Hazel Lesley MANN
- Hazel married William Mathewson NAIRN (1900-1959) in 1925




TIMELINE for Charles

16 March 1900
MANN - On the 16th March, 1900, at her resience, the wife of C. B. Mann, of a daughter


10 April 1909
Mr Charles B. Mann, who has been appointed superintendent of the Post and Telegraph Stores Department in succession to Mr John Black, retired on superannuation, was born at Lyttelton, where his father, the late Mr Thos. Mann, was a Government officer. Educated at St. Michael and All Angels' Grammar School in Christchurch, Mr Chas. Mann entered the Telegraph Department in Wellington in 1879, and two years later he became assistant storekeeper, a position which he has occupied ever since


8 March 1912
Mr and Mrs C. B. Mann, of Karori, go South to-night, on a visit to Christhurch


2 November 1920
MANN-DWYER - On the 2nd November, 1920, at Wellington, Leo, only son of Mr and Mrs C. B. Mann, of Haitaitai, Wellington, to Mary, elder daughter of the late Mr Michael Dwyer, and Mrs R. Dwyer, of Kirkcaldy, Scotland


26 August 1921
POSTAL OFFICIAL FAREWELLED
The officers of the Stores Branch of the Post and Telegraph Departmnet held a smoke concert in the Scottish Hall on Wednesday night for the purpose of saying farwell to Mr C. B. Mann, who recently retired from the position of Controller of Stores after having served 42 years with the Department ... more at link


13 July 1927
WELLINGTON COURT - BROKEN BYLAWS
... Leo Mann, for using an unregistered motor-lorry, £1


15 October 1927
WELLINGTON
Mr and Mrs C. B. MANN, desire to thank their friends for their kind sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement
... (only sad bereavement found of that approx date was the death of Lucy Maude MANN aged 3 OR Lynley May NAIRN aged 4 days)


May 1933
POKEKE'S JUBILEE
VETERANS OF THE FIELD - SOLDIERS REMEMBERED
... In the "old timers" match the A team, captained by Mitchinson, defeated the B team led by A. J. Griffiths. The match was treated with no more seriousness than usually attaches to such fixtures, and the referee, Mr W. J. Wallace, caused further amusement by ordering one of the players off the field for "questionable conduct"
The parade was led by the club captain, H. Wilson, carrying the club's banner, and he was followed by six 1883 members, Messrs A. F. Wiren (president), W. Beck, S. Dacon, E. Bull, W. Randell and C. B. MANN ... more at link PHOTO of Charles Burgess Mann in centre row. He is 2nd from left, incorrectly named as C. R. Mann


10 July 1937
MANN - On July 10th 1937, Minnie Ursula, beloved wife of Charles Burgess Mann and mother of Mrs W. M. Nairn. Private Interment
- (note no mention of son Leo, possibly deceased?)
- Minnie was 74 years old. She was cremated at Karori


7 June 1943
MANN - The Friends of the late Charles Burgess Mann, 14 Rata Rd., are invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave our Chapel, 25 Kent Tce., on Monday, June 7 1943, at conclusion of Service, which will commence at 10 a.m., for the Crematorium, Karori

N.Z. PACIFIC LODGE, No 2
MANN - The Bretheren of the above Lodge are requested to attend the Funeral of our late Bro. Charles Burgess Mann, which will leave the Chapel of E. Morris, Hunt., Ltd., 25 Kent Tce., on Monday, June 7, 1943, at conclusion of Service which will commence at 10 a.m, for the Crematorium, Karori. By Order, W.M.

- Charles Burgess Mann died on the 4 June 1943, he was 81 years old. He was cremated at Karori


it is possible there may be more on Charles Burgess Mann and his family if you follow this link: CYCLOPEDIA of NZ WELLINGTON PROVINCE

help with Nita Henrietta HADFIELD & George Horace IVEY - New Zealand

Nita Henrietta HADFIELD was born 1 November 1907, possibly in Auckland, a daughter of George Henry HADFIELD (1880-1940) & Mabel Margaret JACKSON (1883-1969)

on 23 February 1927 Nita married George Horace IVEY (1901-1979)


I would very much like to know if they had any children and whether any of these children are still living. Please leave a comment below if you know anything

2 comment(s), latest 3 years ago

Thomas William LITTLE & Emily Mary GROVES - Kuripuni, Masterton, Wairarapa

Thomas William LITTLE (1874-1937)
- was a son of John LITTLE & Martha LOWE

Emily Mary GROVES
- was a daughter of William GROVES & Harriet ? of England


Thomas & Emily married in 1886, possibly in Masterton, Wairarapa
They lived in Kuripuni, Masterton


the 12 known children of THOMAS & EMILY

... 1
1886 - 1893 Charles William Little
- Charles was born 8 October 1886
- he died 24 January 1893 aged 6.3
- he is not found in Masterton cemetery. Were they not yet living there??


... 2
1888 - Mary Ellen Little
- married Sydney COE in 1905
- their daughter Olive May Coe, married Charles Richard TORSTENSON, father of Kathleen Torstenson who married Mary Ellen's brother George Thomas Little (below)
- (see also ... COE family WAIRARAPA)
13 June 1905 ... A girl, named Ellen Little, aged about eighteen years, was arrested at Masterton, this morning, by Constable Brosnahan, of Woodville, on a charge of having committed perjury at a Coroner's inquiry, held in Woodville, on 19th May ... see notes below


... 3
1890 - 1961 George Thomas Little
- George married Mary Alice DALEY in 1915
- he remarried to Kathleen Pytholia Marion TORSTENSON (1925-2010)
- his sister, Mary Ellen Little (above), married Sidney COE in Masterton in 1905. It was their daughter Olive May Coe who married Kathleen's father, Charles Richard Torstenson
- George died in Papakura, Auckland 27 November 1961 age 71


... 4
1893 - Alice Jane Little
- married Herbert William DEVENPORT (1883-1943) in 1909
- Herbert was born in Masterton, 1 of 13 children of George Henry (1847-1930) & Jane (1854-1925) DEVENPORT who were living in Upper Plain Rd, Masterton in 1906 & Westbush Rd in 1915
- 1 son found to date for Herbert & Alice:
19 Nov 1909 - 29 April 1992 Frederick Sidney Devenport (buried Riverside, Masterton)


... 5
1894 - Alfred Thomas Little
- Alfred married Georgina DAVIS in ?


... 6
1896 - Thomas William Little


... 7
1898 - Emily Mary Little
- Emily married Herbert MARSHALL in 1915


... 8
1899 - Minnie Selina Little
- born 11 April 1899, Minnie died 19 May 1978 aged 78
- Minnie married Ernest MADDERN (1895-1966) in 1917
- Ernest was born in Australia. He served n WWI as Lance Corporal 45881. His NEXT OF KIN was his father Albert James Maddern (1866-1941) of Ruawhata, Pahiatua ... OF NOTE - there is an Ernest Alfred James Maddern, born January 1919 who died aged 5 months on 25 May 1919 and is buried Plot 3, Grave 3, Block 3 at Mangatainoka, Pahiatua. Probably a son of Ernest & Minnie
- Minnie next married William Frederick LIDDICOAT (1885-1947) in 1920
- William was the 1st of 13 children (9 of them sons) of William LIDDICOAT (1858-1945) & Alice Ann SMITH (1866-1943). He served in WWI as Private 10/1883. His NEXT OF KIN was his father William Liddicoat of Mangaweka. Alice Ann died in Marton 29 July 1943. William died in Feilding, 28 Dec 1945, & they buried in Mt View cemetery, Marton
- Minnie next married ? PATTERSON


... 9
1904 - Lily Jane?-May? Little
- Lily married Frederick William GROVES (1888-1969) in 1920
- Frederick was the 2nd of 7 children of Frank GROVES (1861-1952), born Milton-Under-Wychwood, Oxfordshire, England to Edward GROVES & Eliza RYAN and Ellen MAISEY (1864-1943), born Fullbrook, Oxfordshire, England to William MAISEY (1836-1879) & Martha RANDALL (1842-1922)
- Frank & Ellen married 10 November 1884 in Woodville, died in Makomako and are buried in Mangahao-Ballance cemetery, Pahiatua


... 10
1907 - 1907 Ivy Eveline Little
- Ivy died 1 June 1907 aged 3 weeks
- she is buried at Archer St Masterton


... 11
1908 - ? Ivy Eveline Little


... 12
1910 - Olive Agnes Little



NOTES
- anything in (italics) is my additional info


23 May 1905
... At the enquiry at Woodville into a fire which destroyed the house of T. W. Little, evidence showed that Little had bought furniture in Palmerston North and taken over £50 insurance on it. He had afterwards removed to Woodville, and it appeared that certain furniture had been sent to Masterton. The evidene of Little was that certain items of this furniture had been lent to him by his father, to whom it had been returned, and that other items belonged to his daughter. The verdict of the jury was that there was no evidence to show the origin of the fire, but the jury wished to express the opinion that the majority of the articles mentioned in the proof of loss were not in the house at the time of fire, and that the evidence of the Litlle family was very unsatisfactory


13 June 1905
... A girl, named Ellen Little, aged about eighteen years, was arrested at Masterton, this morning, by Constable Brosnahan, of Woodville, on a charge of having committed perjury at a Coroner's inquiry, held in Woodville, on 19th May
The circumstances connected with the case are that the girl's father, Thomas William Little,had his furniture heavily insured, and the whole was alleged to have been destroyed by a fire, which occurred on 10th April, in the house in which he was then living. There were suspicious circumstances, and an inquiry was held. Certain of the articles which were alleged to have been destroyed were supposed to have been found in the possession of his daughter, Ellen Little, but she swore in her evidence that she had purchased them at Palmerston North.
The girl's arrest this morning, on a charge of perjury, is the result of further evidence having been obtained by the polie. The accused, who has been living in a house at Kuripuni for some time (her condition being such as to elicit sympathy on her behalf) was charged with the offence at the Police Court, to-day, before Mr T. Duncan, J.P., and remanded,on her own recoginsance of £5, to appear at Woodville, on the 22nd inst.


17 May 1907 - CHARGE OF ASSAULT in MASTERTON MAGISTRATE'S COURT, Friday
... John LITTLE (1825-1913), an old age-pensioner, was charged with unlawfully assaulting his son, Thomas William Little, the said offence being ommitted on May 11th.
Defendant pleaded not guilty
Informant, who was blind (then aged 32), deposed that his father came over on the day in question, and after some conversation regarding informant's children, wanted to fight one of the latter, who was present. Witness interfered, and defendant tackled him and committed the assault complained of.
P.C. Buckthought deposed to being called to the house by informant's son. Found the defendant holding informant down on the floor by the wrists. Knew nothing about the cause of the disturbance.
Defendant, in defence, said he was remonstrating with his son for not keeping his children in check.
His Worship dismissed the information, advising defendant to keep away from his son in future.


22 August 1913
... Mr John Little, an old resident of Masterton, died at the Hospital last night. Mr Little, who was 88 years of age, had been an inmate of the Solway Home for some time, but owing to his weak state of health he was recently transferred to the Masterton Hospital for treatment

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the GUNNER of New Zealand

if you have any information on any of the GUNNER in New Zealand please leave a comment below


GUNNER marriages in New Zealand 1892 - 1931:
... the Gunner GROOMS

Albert Cyril Gunner (1906-1969)
- married Esther Charlott REED (1903-1988) in 1930
- daughter of John REED & Charlotte BIRD
- Albert was cremated at Waitakere, auckland

Arthur John Gunner
- married Harriet Amelia FAIRBRASS in 1903
they had:
1894 - Arthur John Edward Swift Gunner
1895 - 1896 Albert Edward Swift Gunner in 1895
- Albert died aged 5 months

Eric Gunner (1907-1998)
- married Verna Eliza GREGORY (1909-1991) in 1927
- daughter of James Henry GREGORY & Marion May McMINN

Herbert Henry Arthur Gunner (1899-1986)
- married Violet Harriet Muriel KAY (1896-1988) in Canterbury 1931
- daughter of John KAY & Sarah RUSSELL

Herbert Preston Gunner (1875-1971)
- born in Winton, died in Auckland
- married Amelia BALL (1879-1964) in 1898
- daughter of George & Sarah BALL, she is buried at Waikaraka, Auckland
they had:
1900 - 1979 Lewis Edward John Gunner
1901 - 1901 Roy Vivian Gunner
- Roy died aged 3 months
1902 - 1986 Alexandra Amelia Marie Gunner
1904 - 1981 Horace James Gunner
1906 - 1969 Albet Cyril Gunner
1907 - 1998 Eric Gunner
1910 - 1996 Maurice Rupert Gunner

Horace James Gunner (1904-1981)
- son of Herbert Preston GUNNER & Amelia BALL
- married Phoebe Alice LOUDEN (1906-1948) in 1926
- daughter of James Albert Edward LOUDEN & Phoebe CROSS
- their known children"
1926 - 2008 Thomas Jack Gunner
James Gunner
Raymond Ronald Gunner
William Gunner

Lewis Edward Gunner (1873-1927)
- born in Victoria, Australia
- married Alice Maria FAIRBRASS (1870-1922) in 1892
they had:
1893 - Alice Mary Swift Gunner
- after the death of his wife Alice, he was the donor of the Alice Gunner Memorial Prize for Cornet Player competitions, himself being the foremost player in the Dominion at the time
- Lewis died in Christchurch after being run down by a tram
- buried with Alice at Sydenham

Lewis Edward John Gunner (1900-1979)
son of Herbert Preston GUNNER & Amelia BALL
- married Olive May BULL (1907-1997) in 1925
- daughter of Robert Charles BULL & Helena STEHR

William Amos Gunner (see comments)
- married Jessie INGMIRE in 1925


... the Gunner BRIDES
Alexandra Millie Marie Gunner (1902-1986)
- born Dunedin ?
- died in Morrinsville
- married Luka DEVCICH (1884-1959) in 1924
- Luka was born in Podgora, Croatia & died in Morrinsville

Irene Flora Gunner (1897-1969)
- married Philip Norman RUNDLE (1883-1941) in 1931
- son of Edwin RUNDLE & Elizabeth Ann BUTLER



GUNNER DEATHS 1877 - 2010
- some birth dates may be based on age at death -

Albert Cyril Gunner
- born 1905
- died 1969 aged 64

Albert Edward Gunner
- born September 1895 in Christchurch
- died 15 Feb 1896 age 5 months
- lived 30 Stewart St, Christchurch
- buried Plot 80NEC - BLOCK 23 at Linwood cemetery

Alice Maria Swift Gunner (nee FAIRBRASS)
- born 1870
- live 356 Madras St, Christchurch
- died 1922 aged 52
- buried Plot 29 - Block 23C at Sydenham, Christchurch

Alice Marion Gunner
- born January 1894 in Christchurch
- lived in Stewart st, Christchurch
- died 27 June 1899 aged 5.6
- buried Plot 29 - Block 23C at Sydenham Cemetery

Amelia Gunner
- born 1879
- died 31 December 1964 aged 85
- buried Area 5 Block E Lot No 607 at Waikaraka, Auckland

Benjamin Maston Gunner
- born 16 September 1903
- died 1985 aged 82

Decimus Francis Gunner
- born 1914
- died 15 January 1942 aged 28
- buried Area 4 Block B Lot No 427 at Waikaraka, Auckland

Dorothy Louisa Gunner
- born 4 November 1899
- died 6 Dec 1992 aged 93
- her ashes buried SOLDIERS ASH BURIAL K Row 1b, Plot 183 Waitakere

Eric Gunner
- born 1 August 1907
- Eric was a Storeman
- died 9 February 1998 aged 90
- he was cremated at Waitakere, Auckland

Eric Noel Gunner
- born 7 May 1901
- lived at 51B Burns st, Dunedin
- died 26 October 1983 aged 82 in Dunedin
- buried Plot 17 - BLock 2A Soldiers Interment at Andersons Bay Cemetery

Esther Charlotte Gunner
- born 6 February 1903
- died 17 March 1988 aged 85
- she was cremated at Waitakere, Auckland

Gloria Francis Gunner
- born 1935
- died 20 November 1983 agd 48
- she was cremated at Purewa, Auckland

Grace Winifred Gunner
- born 23 December 1914
- married Gordon Davies
- died 2010 aged 96

Gregory Spencer Gunner
- born 1960
- died 13 November 2002 aged 42
- he was cremated at Purewa, Aucland

Henry Gunner
- born 1850 in England
- lived at Cardrona, goldrush township, Otago
- died 7 April 1877 aged 27
- buried Plot 12 - Block 70 at Northern Cemetery, Dunedin

Herbert Henry Arthur Gunner
- born 22 February 1899 in Christchurch
- he was a Caretaker
- died 12 March 1986 aged 87
- buried Plot 71 - Block 17 at Ruru Lawn Cemetery, Christchurch with Violet

Herbert Preston Gunner
- born 1875
- died 30 July 1971 aged 96
- buried Area 5 Block E Lot No 607 at Waikaraka, Auckland

Horace James Gunner
- born 18 September 1904
- died 27 September 1981 aged 77
- he was cremated at Purewa, Auckland

Jessie Francis Gunner (aka BATESON)
- born 1884
- died 15 September 1967 aged 83
- he was cremated at Purewa, Aucland

John Gunner
- born 1843 in England
- lived at 33 Richmond Terrace, Christchurch
- died 26 April 1924 aged 80
- buried Plot 30 - Block 23C at Sydenham Cemetery with Marion & Roy Vivian

John Clarence Gunner
- born 29 November 1908
- died 15 August 1980 aged 71
- he was cremated at Purewa, Auckland

Kathleen Mary Gunner
- born 19 June 1910
- wife of Maurice Rupert Gunner
- died 11 June 1982 aged 1 week from 72
- cremated at Hamilton Park Cemetery

Lewis Edward John Gunner
- born 5 June 1900
- died 8 August 1979 aged 79
- he was cremated at Purewa, Auckland

Louis Edward Gunner
- born 1873 in Victoria, Australia
- lived in Redcliffs, Christhurch
- was a Mail Sorter
- died 3 June 1927 aged 54 as a result of an accident with a Tramcar
- buried Plot 29 - Block 23C at Sydenham Cemetery

Marion Gunner
- born 1835 in England
- lived at 33 Richmond Terrace, Christchurch
- died 11 August 1922 aged 87
- buried Plot 30 - Block 23C at Sydenham with John & Roy Vivian and next to Louis & Alice

Maurice Rupert Gunner
- born 31 May 1910
- married Kathleen Mary ?
- lived in Te Kuiti
- died 5 June 1996 aged 86
- cremated at Hamilton Park Cemetery

Naomi Gunner
- born 24 May 1908
- died 1980 aged 72

Nellie Gunner
- born 1906
- died 22 November 1965 aged 59
- buried Area 5 Block D Lot No 370 at Waikaraka, Auckland

Olive Jean Gunner
- born 19 August 1926
- married ? Ballanytne
- died 2007 aged 81

Olive May Gunner
- born 11 August 1907
- died 1997 age 90

Phoebe Alice Gunner
- born 1908
- died January 1948 aged 40
- buried at Piako lawn Cemetery, Morrinsville

Robert James Gunner
- born 25 October 1927
- died 31 January 1978 age 50
- he was cemated at Purewa, Auckland

Roy Edward Derl Gunner
- born October 1930
- died 26 December 1930 age 2 months
- he is buried NONCONFORMIST DIVISION D Row 12, Plot 7, Waitakere

Roy Vivian Gunner
- born July 1901 in New Zealand
- lived at Dewsbury Lane, Sydenham, Christchurch
- died 13 October 1901 aged 3 months
- buried Plot 30 - Block 23C at Sydenham with John & Marion

Thomas Jack Gunner
- born 9 September 1926
- lived in Waiomu
- died 29 February 2008 aged 82
- buried PUBL-E6-0009 Totara Memorial Park Cemetery, Thames

Verna Eliza Gunner
- born 9 September 1909
- died 25 April 1991 aged 81
- she was cremated at Waitakere, Auckland

Violet Harriett Muriel Gunner (nee KAY)
- born 23 August 1896 in Timaru
- died 17 May 1988 aged 92
- buried Plot 71 - Block 17 at Ruru Lawn, Christchurch with Herbert

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Alfred William CANTRILL + Elizabeth Florence TERRILL - Thames, Waikato

Alfred William CANTRILL (1861-1918) &
Elizabeth Florence TERRILL (1865-1934)
were married 25 Jan 1887, Madras St., central Christchurch

their children were:
... 1
1887 - 1888 Florence Eleanor Cantrill
- Florence died aged 5 months

... 2
1888 - 1918 Alfred John Cantrill
- Alfred died aged 57

... 3
1890 - 1890 Arthur William Cantrill
- Arthur died aged 2 months

... 4
1892 - 1892 Lida Gertrude Cantrill
- Lida died aged 7 months

... 5
1893 - 1893 Dora Cantrill
- Dora died aged 4 months

... 6
1896 - 1896 Joseph Cantrill
- Joseph died aged 3 weeks

... 7
1897 - 1898 John Phillip Cantrill
- John died 24 Feb 1898 aged 6 months
- he is buried with sister Annie
- PLOT 2581 - PUBL at Shortland cemetery, Thames

... 8
1898 - 1951 John Robert Willoughby Terrill Cantrill
- married Henrietta Elsie ?
- John died aged 52

... 9
1900 - Myrtle Cantrill
- Myrtle married Richard George Firth COCKROFT in 1922

... 10
1901 - 1941 Alfred Joseph Cantrill
- in 1917 Alfred and his mate Cecil Strange wnet missing (see timeline below)
- Corporal 23919 with the 24th Infantry Battalion WWII
- died at sea 9 December 1941 on the POW ship JANTZEN
... On the 8 December 1941, the 8000 ton Italian ship Jason (also known as the Jantzen) left Benghazi for Italy with 2100 Prisoners of War from the North African campaign. On the 9 December the Jason was struck by a torpedo from the British submarine Porpoise - around 500 prisoners were killed including 45 New Zealanders
- Alfred's memorial at Column 101 - El Alamein, Matruh, Egypt

... 11
1902 - 1903 Thomas Terrill Cantrill
- Thomas died aged 15 months
- he is buried in LOT 141 - BLOCK B at WAIHI Public Cemetery

... 12
1903 - Sarah Cantrill
- Sarah married Thomas MITCHELL in 1923

... 13
1905 - 1990 Ivy Cantrill
- born in Thames, Coromandel
- Ivy had a base born son in 1925. He was named James Gordon Cantrill & was adopted at the age of 15 months by George Henry (1881-1940) & Mabel (nee Jackson 1882-1969) Hadfield of Grey Lynn, Auckland. James died in Brisbane in 2010 aged 85
- Ivy had a base born daughter on 26 Aug 1927. She was named Florence 'Merle' Cantrill and was possibly adopted by Ivy's husband William Scott. Not yet known if she had the same father as James. Florence married Clarence Robert Athol STEPHENS (17 Nov 1924-14 April 2004)
- Ivy married William Ernest Walter Felix SCOTT in 1930
- in 1931 (at least), they were living in Richmond Block, Napier (in March 1928 the Harbour Board released three blocks: AWATOTO 540 acres; RICHMOND, 300 acres and McDONALD 540 acres) for rural settlement)
- they had 2 children: Marie & Lawrence Scott
- Ivy & William later divorced & she may have remarried
IVY CANTRILL died 30 June 1990 aged 85


... 14
1906 - 1906 Annie Cantrill
- Annie died 20 Oct 1906 aged 5 months
- she is buried with brother John Phillip
- PLOT 2581 - PUBL at Shortland cemetery, Thames


TIMELINE
12 January 1899 DEATH
... TERRILL, On January 11th, at the granddaughter's residence (Mrs A. Cantrill) Davy street, Thames, Jane Terrill, aged 78 years .. (another reads Kirkwood street). Jane Terrill was born in Redruth, Cornwall about 1820. She is buried PUBL-PLOT-2581, Shortland cemetery, Thames with John Richard Terrill who was born 2 March 1844 also in Redruth, Cornwall & died 1 Oct 1907

18 July 1906- THAMES MINERS UNION
... Vice-President: R. W. Wilson and A. Cantrill

2 March 1914 - LOST at THAMES
... On February 20th, Gold Guard (Kruger sovereign attached). £1 reward - A. Cantrill, Irishtown

19 December 1916 - CENTRAL SCHOOL, THAMES
The following is the prize list:-
not missed more than five half-days during the year:
... Standard Two:-
* Alan Brodie
* Ronnie Cameron
* Percy Dennerly
* Jack Wilton
* Ivy Cantrill
* Gwen Grant
* Edna Urwin
* Doris Wilkinson

22 March 1917 - CENTRAL SCHOOL, THAMES
... Swimming Sports - Girls events:-
RELAY RACE - Standard 6
* W. Grubb
* B. Baker
* J. McKinnon
* C. Houghton
* S. Cantrill - 1 (Sarah)

22 August 1917 - THAMES
... Two boys left the Thames on a pig hunting trip on Saturday, intending to return on Sunday, but have not yet returned. Their absence is causing considerable anxiety, and search parties have been out for the last two days. The missing lads, Cecil Strange and Alfred Cantrill, are 17 and 16 years of age respectively
... Two boys, named Strange and Cantrill, were brought home again after spending a night in the scrub. It appears that they lost the track and became "bushed", the thick scrub tearing their clothes and flesh. Finally they reached a settlement where they obtained food and rest. They had been without food for about thirty hours. The first search party from Thames brought them back

3 August 1918 - THANKS
... Mrs CANTRILL and Family desire to thank Dr. Walshe, the Matron, and Nurses of the Thames Hospital for their untiring attention to the late Mr A. W. Cantrill while under their care; also the Thames Old Boys' Association for their kind assistance and sympathy

27 September 1918 - THAMES OLD BOYS
... In the annual report of the Thames Old Boys' Association regret was expressed at the death of Brothers:
* T. Jackson (Thomas, aged 72)
* A. Hanlon
* A. Cantrill
* J. O'Brien
all highly esteemed members, whose death was a great loss to the Association

29 March 1920 - EDWIN FORD's DEATH
... EVIDENCE AT INQUEST - An inquest was held this morning at the Courtouse before Mr W. H. Lucas, J.P., into the circumstances surrounding the death of Edwin Ford whose body was found yesterday
... Sarah Cantrill, aged 17, living in Waiokaraka Road, stated that yesterday she and her sister went out to search for deceased up towards the Waiotahi ridge among the ti-trees. After an hour and a half witness and her sister found the body in the scrub in a little gully at the head of the Collarbone Creek

20 May 1943 - ROLL OF HONOUR
... CANTRILL, Alfred J., CORPORAL. Mrs Vera Cantrill (wife), 15 Day street, Newton, Auckland. Vera died 26 May 1983 aged 88 and is buried in Purewa, Auckland

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Charles MAIDMENT + Hannah PICKERING - New Zealand

CHARLES MAIDMENT was born about 1816 in UK

he arrived in Marlborough, New Zealand, prior to 1859 when he married Hannah PICKERING at Wairau

they had 9 chilren and can be seen at above link
1860 - Sarah Maidment
1862 - Edment Maidment
1864 - Mary Esther Maidment
1866 - William Henry Maidment
1868 - Walter Maidment
1869 - Eliza Maidment
1871 - Mary Elizabeth Maidment
1873 - Emily Maidmet
1875 - Maude Maidment

1883 - Samuel Maidment Rowe, see story below


a TIMELINE for Charles Maidment:
- all this info is at his link above with a number of extra links -



16 July 1859 - MARRIED
- On the 16th July, at Wairau, by the Rev. T. D. Nicholson, Mr. Charles Maidment, of Manuka Cottage, Fox Island, to Hannah, eldest daughter of Mr. William Pickering, of Richmond


1 November 1862
Victoria, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, to SAMUEL KINGDON, of Trafalgar-street, in the City of Nelson, in the Province of Nelson, in the Colony of New Zealand, soliciitor, greeting
... WHEREAS, an ACTION is now pending in our Supreme Court of New Zealand, in the Middle District, between THOMAS BATCHELOR, of the City of Nelson, in the said Province of Nelson, Shoemaker, Plaintiff, and CHARLES MAIDMENT, late of Wairau, in the Province of Marlborough, in the said colony, Grazier, now out the said colony, Defendant, and in order that the plaintiff may proceed in the said action, we command you that you do RETAIN and KEEP all and singular, the moneys and Chattels, Books of Accounts, Bills, Bonds, Notes, Securities, and other PROPERTY of whatsoever nature, in the custody or under the control of you at the time of the service of this writ, belonging to the above-named CHARLES MAIDMENT, or to or in which the said CHARLES MAIDMENT shall at that time be legally or equiably entitled, or otherwise beneficially invested, and all debts of every kind then due by you to such defendant, although the same or part thereof may be payable only at a future day:
And we further command you that you in your own proper person be and appear before our said Court, or a Judge thereof, sitting at Chambers, at the City of Nelson aforesaid, on the 19th day of January next, at Ten o`clock in the foremoon, then and there to be examined, touching the premises, and to do and to receive what shall then and there be considered of you in that behalf, this you shall in no wise omit
- (Seal of the Supreme Court of New Zealand) - Witness,
- ALEXANDER JAMES JOHNSTON, Esquire, a Judge of the Supreme Court
- of New Zealand, at Nelson, the 28th day of October, 1862
This writ was issued by HENRY ADAMS, of Hardy-street, in the City of Nelson,in the Province of Nelson, in New Zealand, Solicitor for the plaintiff. If you part with any of the defendant`s property or pay any debts due to him, you will become personally responsible to the plaintiff


6 December 1866 - ELECTION OF WARDENS
An election of Wardens for the Horikiwi Road District was held on the 9th ult., when Messrs. Francis Fisk and Charles Maidment were elected in the room of Messrs. John White and Noel Camerson resigned
For the Tukapu Road District, Messrs. George Morris, Edward Edwards and William Woodman have been elected in the room of Messrs. John Ford, Friend Hook, and Henry Taylor


25 November 1867 - HOROKIWI ROAD DISTRICT
- Provincial Secretary`s Office Wellington
NOTICE has been given to this Office, under the hand of the undermentioned Chairman, that at a meeting of the Ratepayers, held on the 19th of November, 1867, the following persons were elected members of the Board of Wardens for the ensuing two years, viz, Mr:-
Francis FISK
John SOWERBY
Charles MAIDMENT
Thomas BRODERICK
Richard RELF
Henry DAMANT, Chairman
W. HICKSON, Provincial Secretary


4 December 1869 - TENDERS
Provincial Secretary`s Office, Wellington, 10th Nov., 1869
The following Tenders are published for general information - For Rock cutting at the Gorges, 5 Chains more or less:
C. Maidment ... £78 15 0d - accepted
W. Bassett ... £80 0 0d - delined
John Till ... 2s 2 per yard - declined
C. White ... £185 0 0d - declined


7 February 1873 - SUB CONTRACTING
Charles Maidment sued A. A. Hunter for £48 2s 6d due upon one contract, and £24 2s 4d upon two others. The contracts were all entered into at differnt times, though all were being carried on simultaneously. Mr Buckley, who appeared for the defendant, pointed out that the case did not come within the jurisdiction of the Court, as the payments which had been made to plaintiff had not been made on any particular contract, but on the whole work in hand. Mr Ollivier combatted this view of the case, on the plea that all the contracts were not only disjoined as well as takem at different periods, but the conditions and rates of pay were also different. After portion of the evidence had been taken the magistrate said he felt considerable doubt as to the question of jurisdiction, and as the absence of a material witness for plaintiff would prevent the case from being concluded at once he suggested a short adjournment. By mutual agreement Saturday next was fixed for the rehearing


12 April 1873
- CORBETT v MAIDMENT
- NOTICE
I will on MONDAY, the 14th day of APRIL, 1873, at 12 0`clock noon, sell, or cause to be sold, all the right, title, and interest of C. Maidment, in and to a certain horse, cart, and harness, seized by me under warrant issued from Resident Magistrate`s Court, Wellington, in above case
- BLAKE BUTLER - Constable


19 January 1874 - TENDERS
The following tenders for road metal were accepted:-

Gorges to Mungaroa, JAMES BROWN, 2s per yard
Ngahauranga to Hutt Bridge, F. ROE, 2s 6d per yard
Hutt Bridge to Black Bridge, C. MAIDMENT, 2s 6d per yard
Black Bridge to Gorge, C. MAIDMENT, 3s per yard
7 April 1876 - TENDERS
Teners were directed to be called for work in the Peninsula and Ohiro districts. The tender of Charles Colson and Elijah short, for metalling the Taita road, was acepted, subjet to the approval of the overseer. The tender of W. Rouse, W. R. Welch, C. Maidment, and Giles Edwards were declinded


12 November 1878 - EPUNI RATEPAYERS
- TO HENRY BUNNY, Esq., M.H.R.
WE, the undersigned Ratepayers of the Epuni Riding, request that you will allow yourself to be Nominated at the forthcoming Election, to represent us in the Epuni Riding, and we will do our utmost to ensure your return:-
J. FLEET
J. G. F. WILFORD
R. CLELAND
W. C. DEVEREUX
Mrs CUDBY
H. ROBERTSON
Robert SMITH
Frederick BROWNE
C. MAIDMENT
John DEVINE
George SCRIMSHAW
B. MUDGWAY
H. BRANDT
J. D. FRASER
J. BROWNE
D. PRINGLE
Edwin JACKSON
George HILL
Alfred COLSON
L. JOHNSON
Thomas BURT
J. CUDBY


20 February 1883 - DOMESTIC INFELICITY
Charles Maidment was charged with having made use of threatening language towards his wife, Hannah Maidment, wherefore she prayed that he might be bound over to keep the peace towards her. Mr. H. H. Travers appeared for the complainant and Mr. Edward Shaw for the accused, who denied the offence. The prosecutrix deposed that she had lived a most unhappy life with her husband, and had been obliged to leave the house and go to service. Some days ago she met the defendant, who said he would blow her brains out if she continued to go to Roe`s house at the Lower Hutt. In cross-examination by Mr Shaw, the witness said that she had deserted her husband for the purpose of living with Roe. She was not cohabiting with that person. She admitted that she had shown her daughter linen intended for a child about to be born, but denied she told the girl that it was for a child by Roe. She had been separated from her husband for over a year. At this stage Mr Travers said the revelation had taken him by surprise, and he did not intend to proceed further with it. The information was dismissed with costs


1 March 1883
- 9Samuel ROE is also written ROWE in other publications)
Samuel ROE & Charles MAIDMENT - At the Resident Magistrate`s Court, Lower Hutt, yesterday, before Mr. H. S. Wardell, R.M., Samuel Roe and John Gooch were charged with having assaulted Charles Maidment. Mr. W. T. L. Travers appeared for the accused, and pleaded Not Guilty. Mr Shaw was for the complainant, who desposed that he was 61 (? 67) years of age. Two years ago his wife left him and went to live with Roe. She had borne him nine children. On the 15th instant Roe and Gooch struck him over the head with a whip, and one of them kicked him two or three times. Elizabeth Maidment, daughter of proseutor, also gave evidence, in the course of which she said that her mother had told her the youngest child was not the complainants. For the defence, Roe deposed that he struck prosecutor after the latter had assaulted him. Elizabeth Gooch gave evidence that she heard Maidment threaten to split Roe`s head open. Mrs Maidment was living with Roe as his housekeeper. John Gooch and Mrs Maidment were also examined. The evidence disclosed a sad state of affairs. The Court held the offence proved, and Roe was fined 40s and costs, being also bound over to keep the peace. Gooch was mulcted in a penalty of 20s and costs


9 April 1883 - MAIDMENT v MAIDMENT
- divorce and matrimonia, causes jurisdiction.
Charles MAIDMENT petitioner, of Wellington, contractor, sues for dissolution of marriage on the ground`s of the repondent`s alleged adultery with the co-respondent, Samuel ROWE, of the Hutt, settler. The parties were married at Wairau, in the Marlborough district on the 16 July 1859, the wife`s name being Hannah PICKERING. Since the marriage petitioner and his wife lived together at Wairau, and subsequently at the Hutt, and there have been issue of ten children, the eldest of whom is married to a resident in Palmerston North. The petitioner alleges that on or about the 13th June 1881, and on other occasions since that date, and on the 28th March last, the respondent committed adultery with the co-respondent at the Hutt, wherefore the petitioner prays for a decree granting the annulment of his marriage, and further seeks that the co-respondent may be ordered to pay the sum of £1000 by way of damages, together with the whole of the costs incidental to the proceedings


20 November 1883 - PARALYSIS OR DRINK ?
Charles Maidment pleaded Not Guilty to having been drunk and incapable yesterday afternoon. Constable Madden and Sergeant Lyons proved the case. The accused stoutly denied that he was drunk, asserting that he was suffering from paralysis, and not from intoxication. A fine of 5s was imposed


3 October 1890
FATAL AFFRAY AT LOWER HUTT - involving Walter Maidment (Charles`s son)-
a fight occurred at the Lower Hutt at an early hour on Tuesday morning between a number of young men and three or four Chinamen ...
the the Coroner`s Juries
the final day of the case
- LINKS TO THESE AT TOP LINK -


N O T E S
New Zealand Times, 27 January 1877
The Anniversary Day was marked by more accidents than we ever remember to have known previously, occur in one day. In addition to those alluded to yesterday, a fatal accident occurred at the Hutt. It appears that a lad named Henry Maidment, son of an old resident in the district, was thrown from his horse and received injuries which resulted in death. Inspector Atcheson received the following telegram from Constable Stewart yesterday:- "Mr Maidment, of the Hutt, fell off his horse on his head at 6pm yesterday, and died at 6am today. Inquest at 10am to-morrow."
- would like to know who this `lad` was ??


28 December 1897 - DEATH
MAIDMENT - On 27th December, 1897, at Petone, Walter John Maidment; aged 28 years
... the Friends of Mr E. J. Maidment are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late brother, Walter John, which will leave his residence, Jackson-street, Petone, for St James cemetery, Lower Hutt, on Wednesday, 19th December, 1897, at 2.30pm
- who was this ??

Ettie Edith MAIDMENT - Petone, New Zealand

ETTIE EDITH MAIDMENT was base born 25 May 1883 to Mary Esther Maidment and brought up with her mother`s family of 9 Gough children

16 October 1883
- A BABY IN SEARCH OF ITS FATHER
Charles ASHTON, a young man of about 20, denied the paternity of a male (sic) child of which Mary Esther Maidment is the mother. Mr Shaw appeared for the latter. The evidence of Miss Maidment, who resides at the Hutt, showed that the defendant, who was a country letter carrier, in receipt of a salary of 22s 6d per week, was the father of the baby, and had acknowledged the paternity. A sister of the witness proved that the young man had admitted he was the father, and had offered to contribute 2s 6d weekly toward its support. The accused, on being placed in the box, denied all the statements of the young women. On the application of Mr. Shaw, the further hearing of the case was adjourned to the Hutt


17 October 1883
- MAIDMENT v ASHTON
At the fortnightly sitting of the Hutt Court this morning, the hearing of the affiliation case of Maidment v Ashton was resumed. Evience was given by a sister of the mother of the child to the effect that the defendant, who was a country letter-carrier, had admitted the paternity of the baby, and contributed 7s 5d towards its support. The father of the girl deposed that in the course of a conversation which he had with the young man, he admitted the child was his, and offered to take it away with him. The mother declined to allow the baby to go out of her possession, and Ashton thereupon said that he would do what he could towards its maintenance. For the defence, a young man residing at the Lower Hutt stated that on several occasions he had seen the girl criminally intimate with youths residing near her father`s house. His Worship (Mr Hardcastle) adjudged Ashton to be the putative father, and ordered him to contribute 4s weekly towards the support of the child



Ettie gave birth to a base born daughter in 1901 when she was 17. She named the baby Eileen. Eileen married Victor Alexander GASKIN of Carterton (1898-1967) in 1922 as his 2nd wife ...


Ettie married Arthur KALE (1873-1948) in Petone on 2 March 1903 when she was 19 & he was 30, 3 months after her mother died diving birth to her stepsister Mary Esther Gough (not known if baby Mary survived - see Mary Esther's link above)

Arthur Kale was born 1873 in Tasmania, Australia
- son of William John KALE & Mary Kate TAYLOR


Ettie & Arthur had at least 5 children
- the known children of ARTHUR & ETTIE are:


... 1
1903 - 1956 Constance Esther Kale
- married Edward James McNAB (1899-1973)


... 2
1904 - 1948 Arthur Gordon Kale
- married Aubrey Edith Simpson HODGE


... 3
1906 - 1977 Bernard Eric Kale
- married Eileen Grace HUNT (1906-1960)


... 4
1907 - 1973 Leslie Hector Kale
- married Winifred Mary CROSS (1905-2002)


... 5
1910 - 1978 Albert Edward Kale


Ettie died 7 years after Arthur