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WILDEY marriages New Zealand 1885 - 1931

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known WILDEY marriages in New Zealand 1885 - 1931:


the WILDEY GROOMS

Alexander Wildey
- Alexander was a Printer
- he married Annie Angel Thomas in 1885
- Alexander in Sep 1898
- Alexander in Aug 1911

Alexander Edward Wildey (1888-1967)
- married Hilda May Scott (1890-1962) on 21 Feb 1912
- ... On the 21st February, 1912, at St John's Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Dr. Gibb, Alexander Edward, second son of Alexander Wildey, of Christchurch, to Hilda May, only daughter of Samuel R. Scott, Boulcott-street, Wellington

David John Wildey
- married Kathleen Lydia Lyon in 1910

David Munro Wildey (1881-1939)
- married Caren Louise Lyders (1881-1976) in 1909 in Caversham

Edward Henry Wildey (1891-1984)
- married Margaret Seaton Beadle (1896-1963) in 1912

Edward Milton Wildey
- married Martha Ann Oliver in 1890
- Martha died in Gordon St, Caversham on 10 May 1899 aged 29
- Edward was a widower when he married Rose Anne ROBINSON from NZ on 3 March 1908 at the Register's Office, Holborn, London.

John Wildey
- married Elizabeth Boult in 1897

Wilfred Roland Wildey
- married Violet Sadie Brown in 1919
- Wilfred in Feb 1924
... Wilfred Roland Wildey, who is serving a sentence of three years for forgery, escaped from the Waikune Prison on Tuesday. Wildey is an ex-naval man, is about 30 years of age, 5ft 7in in height, and has a dark complexion and brown hair. At the time o his escape he was dressed in prison clothes


the WILDEY BRIDES

Catherine Munro Wildey
- married Francis Edward Ford in 1899

Doris Mary Wildey
- married Arthur Eric Peterson in 1929

Dorothy Margaret Wildey
- married Gordon Alexander McCauley in 1931

Mary Stokes Wildey
- married Thomas William Seal in 1891

Myrtle Elizabeth Wildey
- married James Arnold McCallum in 1927

Sarah Munro Wildey
- married Patrick William Butler in 1893

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