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ADSETT buried Feilding, Manawatu

Journal by ngairedith

the ADSETT buried at Feilding 1887 - 2007
* born still not included
* some birth dates may be based on recorded age at death
* date may be of death or burial

Albert Adsett
born 1868 in Deptford, England to Henry Adsett & Ellen Brosnahan
married Mary Carmichael in 1889
children see Mary
died 28 Aug 1942 aged 74
New Zealand Herald, 7 Sep 1942
The death has occurred at Aorangi, Feilding, of Mr Albert Adsett, aged 74. Prior to taking up his residence in Feilding in 1929, Mr Adsett, was engaged in sawmilling in the Manawatu district and went to the central King Country in 1910 and successfully milled timber for 19 years. On his retirement from sawmilling he carried on a sheep farming at Reid's Line and Kelvin Grove, Feilding. He was keenly interested in sport and donated many trophies, among them being the Adsett Shield, which is competed for annually in Taumarunui by senior teams in the King Country Rugby Football Union's district. He is survived by his wife, two sons and three daughters. There are ten grandchildren
buried plot 53C, row 4, block 3 with Mary
HEADSTONE In Loving Memory of Albert Adsett died 28th August 1942 aged 74 years. Mary Adsett died 22nd August 1947 aged 80 years
* Albert worked at his brother's sawmill at Pohangina during the 1890s and early 1900s and by 1907 had a mill of his own at Oroua Bridge (now Rangiotu). He later milled in the King Country.

Arthur Adsett
born 1886 to William Adsett (1858-1936) & Emily Margaret Furness (1852-1928) who married in Rotherhithe in, Surrey in 1877 and had 3 sons before emigrating and 5 other children in NZ. They are buried in Levin
died 1 Oct 1887 aged 1
buried plot 965C, row 103, block 2 with Hannah Elizabeth
HEADSTONE unreadable

Delphine Rose 'Dell' Adsett
born 1920 to Walter Adsett & Mildred Rose Barry
did not marry
died 17 March 2007 aged 86
buried plot 33, row 227, block 7 with her sister Louise (McDougall)
HEADSTONE One of Life's Gems Adsett Delphine 'Dell' 31.3.1920 - 17.3.2007 Dearly loved sister of Lulu and Gar

Doris Elizabeth Adsett (nee Walker)
born 14 Sep 1913 to James Walker & Elizabeth Dickie
married Walter Garfield Adsett in 1937
died 15 March 2002 aged 88
buried plot 1309, block 2 with Walter
HEADSTONE see Walter

Ellen Adsett (nee Brosnahan)
born 1843 in Kent, England
married Henry Adsett (1841-1908) and had 10 children
died 20 June 1922 aged 79
buried family plot 242, row 28, block 3 with Henry
NEWSPAPERS of the day
.. ADSETT - On June 17 1922, at her residence, Manchester Farm, Colyton, Ellen, relict of the late Henry Adsett; aged 70 years
.. The death occurred at the Manchester Famy, Colyton, on Saturday last, of an old and respected settler, Mrs Ellen Adsett. The deceased, who was seventy-nine years of age, had resided in the district for over forty years. Her husband, who was a pioneer sawmiller, pre-deceased her fourteen years ago. She leaves a family of five sons and four daughters. The funeral takes place tomorrow afternoon

Ellen Maria Adsett (nee Pawson)
born 1867, Banks Peninsula, 6th of 10 children of John Pawson (1834-1913) & Elisabeth Breitmeyer (1836-1897), both buried Feilding. Sister of Hannah Elizabeth Pawson who married his brother Henry
married George Adsett in 1886
their known children
* 1887 - 1949 George Henry Adsett
* 1894 - 1937 Hannah Louisa Adsett
died 21 Jan 1938 aged 71
buried plot 439A, row 108, block 2 with her daughter Hannah (Ward). Her son-in-law Herbert Erubion Ward (1890-1917), killed in action aged 28, is on the headstone
HEADSTONE

George Adsett
born 1865 in Surrey, England to Henry Adsett & Ellen Brosnahan
married Ellen Maria Pawson 20 Nov 1886 in Feilding. Sister of Hannah who married his brother Henry
died 13 Nov 1930 aged 65
buried plot 629, row 35, block 3
HEADSTONE In Loving Memory Of George Adsett who died Nov 13 1930 aged 64

George Henry Adsett
born in Manawatu in 1887 to George Adsett & Ellen Maria Pawson
died 17 Dec 1949 aged 62
buried plot 440A, row 108, block 2

Hannah Elizabeth Adsett (nee Pawson)
born 7 July 1861, Banks Peninsula, 3rd of 10 children of John Pawson (1834-1913) & Elisabeth Breitmeyer (1836-1897), both buried Feilding. Sister of Ellen Maria Pawson who married George Adsett
married Henry Adsett (1860-1930) in 1882. Brother of George Adsett who married her sister Ellen
their known children
* 1883 - 1959 John Henry 'Jack' Adsett
died 22 Sep 1887 aged 26
NEWSPAPERS of the day
.. ADSETT On the 22nd September, at Feilding, Hannah, the beloved wife of Henry Adsett, junr., aged 26 years. Deeply regretted. Canterbury papers please copy.
.. We deeply regret to announce the death of Mrs Hannah Adsett, the wife of Mr Henry Adsett, junior, son of Mr Harry Adsett of the Manchester Mills, Taonui, which took place to-day. The deceased had been suffering for about a year from consumption (TB), therefore the end was not unexpected. She was a daughter of Mr John Pawson, a much respected settler who with his family came here from Akaroa, Canterbury, about the time of the foundation of this settlement. She leaves one child. The greatest sympathy is felt for the young husband who thus early loses his wife and for the other relatives left to mourn her loss.
.. The friends of the late Mrs Adsett are requested to note that the funeral procession will leave her late residence Denbigh and Princes street at two o'clock in the afternoon punctually. It will be necessary for them to be in attendance a little earlier to enable the cortege to be marshalled in time.
.. The funeral of the late wife of Mr H. Adsett, junr., took place on Sunday, it being the largest private funeral that has ever taken place in this district. The cortege included a large number of vehicles of every description, and about 170 horsemen. Mr Henry Curran officiated at the grave, assisted by Capt. Needham, of the Salvation Army. The proceedings were very effective and general sympathy was expressed on all sides with the relatives and friends of the deceased
buried plot 965C, row 103, block 2 with Arthur
HEADSTONE In Loving Memory of Hannah Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Henry Adsett, died Sep 22nd 1887, aged 26 years, at rest
* Henry Adsett next married Amy Louisa Streeter (1869-1951) in 1893 and had 5 children. He is buried in Otaki

Harriet Amelia Adsett
born 1881 to Henry Adsett & Ellen Brosnahan
didn't marry
died 20 June 1939 aged 55
buried family plot 243, row 28, block 3

Henry Adsett
born 9 May 1841 in England to George Adsett & Louisa Brooker
married Ellen Brosnahan and had 10 children
died 29 June 1908 aged 67
NEWSPAPERS of the day
.. 23 June 1908, The serious illness of Mr H. Adsett, Colyton, is causing sincere regret amongst a very large circle of friends. Needless to say, widespread sympathy is felt for him and his family and hopes are expressed that he may yet recover.
.. ANSETT - On June 29, at his residence, Manchester farm, Colyton, Henry, beloved husband of Ellen Adsett, aged 67 years
.. The death is announced of Mr H. Adsett, a resident in the Feilding district for about 30 years and who carried on business as a sawmiller with success. He then entered into farming pursuits at Colyton, where he passed away on Monday at the age of 67
.. Mr HENRY ADSETT, who had been laid up for some time lately, died at his residence, Colyton road, at 11 o'clock last night. His death was altogether expected by his family and relatives, who are nevertheless overcome with grief at his departure. The cause of death was cancer, from which he had been suffering for a long time and the most careful medical attention was of no avail against the fell disease. Mr Adsett arrived in Feilding about thirty-five years ago, having been one of the first settlers in the Manchester Block. He first took up his residence in Denbigh street, at the Prince street corner and engaged in sawmilling. This occupation he followed for many years and was a very successful business man. Later on he took up a clock of standing bush on the Taonui road near Colyton and, having cut out the bush, he built a residence on the land and resided there ever since. He owned considerable property in Feilding and Palmerston and had built a number of dwelling houses in various parts of both towns. A great many people will miss the deceased gentleman for his unassuming kindness and generosity. He was never appealed to in vain for help and the settlers in his locality have without exception the best of regards for their departed neighbour. He did good by stealth and never had any desire for the glare of public life. Besides his widow, Mr Adsett leaves five sons and four daughters to mourn the loss of a loving husband and father, The sons are - Harry (now at Levin), Arthur (Dannevirke), George (Main Trunk Line), Albert (Dannevirke) and Walter (at home). The first four sons are married and have always follwed sawmilling pursuits and the youngest has managed the home property. The daughters are - Mrs J. Laing (Colyton) and Misses Louie, Charlotte and Dudu Adsett. With their numerous friends and acquaintances we extend our sympathy to the sorrowing family
.. The remains of the late Mr Henry Adsett, of Colyton, were laid to rest in the Feilding cemetery yesterday afternoon. The cortege was over a mile in length and there were many old friends of deceased from every part of the district present, which bore ample testimony to the very high esteem in which he was held by all who knew him.
The Rev Alan Innes-Jones, of St John's church, conducted the service at the church and subsequently at the grave in a very impressive manner. A number of beautiful wreaths and other tokens of respect were laid on the grave.
A very old resident of Feilding and a personal friend of the late Mr Henry Adsett, supplies the following particulars of the deceased's career. He arrived in Feilding in'74, coming to the colony in the sailing ship Salisbury the Second to visit our shores under charter to the Manchester Colonist and Aid Corporation formed in London by the Duke of Manchester, Colonel Feilding and others. Mr and Mrs Adsett took up their residence in a bark whare known as the barracks, which was erected somewhere in the vicinity of the present Courthouse. Prior to coming to the colony Mr Adsett was an overseer in charge of a shipbuilding yard (department) and shortly after his arrival in Feilding started pit sawing somewhere about Marlborough street in company with Mr Chas. Baker. After about six months at this work he, with a number of others, assisted to make the present Kimbolton road to the Kiwitea river. Then he went to work for Messrs Batholomew and Manson, sawmillers, at Terrace End, in Palmerston and afterwards took the cutting by contract at Malcolm's mill at Sandon and remained there for some years,subsequently returning to Aorangi, where he took the cutting at Bulls' mill by contract and from there he went to Taonui, where he purchased West's and Collins' interests in a small mill and has resided there ever since. Mr and Mrs Adsett were special favourites among the early settlers in the Feilding district and were known far and wide for their kind-hearted disposition and many acts of a generous nature
buried family plot 241, row 28, block 3

Louisa Adsett
born 1871 to Henry Adsett & Ellen Brosnahan
didn't marry
died 17 Nov 1971 aged 100
buried family plot 244, row 28, block 3

Mary Adsett (nee Carmichael)
born 1 Nov 1867 in Antrim, Rasharkin, Ireland, 12th of 17 children (all born Ireland, died NZ) of James Carmichael (1825-1899, died Taranaki) & Elizabeth Ann McLatchie (1827-1904, died Porirua)
married Albert Adsett in 1889
their known children
* 1891 - 1979 Henry William Adsett
* 1892 - 1968 Beatrice Amelia May Adsett
* 1896 - 1970 Ivy Christina Adsett
* 1899 - 1949 Elsie Eileen Adsett
* 1906 - 1974 Verne Albert Melville Adsett
died 24 Aug 1947 in Taumaranui aged 80
buried plot 53C, row 4, block 3 with Albert
HEADSTONE see Albert

Mildred Rose Adsett (nee Barry)
born 1879 to John Barry & Mary Leary
married Walter Adsett in 1911
their known children
* 1912 - 1962 Walter Garfield 'Gar' Adsett
* 1915 - 2002 Louise 'Lulu' Adsett
* 1920 - 2007 Delphine Rose 'Dell' Adsett
died 2 July 1952 aged 72
buried plot 1308, row 74, block 2 with Walter
HEADSTONE see Walter

Verna Margaret Adsett (nee Funnell)
born 1922 to Robert Nealson Funnell (1880-1950) & Elsie Lenore Grinlinton (1900-1967)
married ? Adsett
died 11 March 2000 aged 78
buried plot 656, tow 8, block 3
NOTE Buried with Bernard William 'Bernie' Funnell (1926-1969, her brother), Clive Robert Funnell (1999 aged 72, her brother), Elsie Lenore Funnell (her mother), Douglas Charles Funnell (1930-1951, her brother) & Russell Henry Turner (1923-1988)

Walter Adsett
born 1875 to to Henry Adsett & Ellen Brosnahan
married Mildred Rose Barry in 1911
died 21 Aug 1960 aged 85
buried plot 1308, row 74, block 2 with Mildred
HEADSTONE In loving memory of Mildred Rose dearly loved wife of Walter Adsett Died July 2nd 1952 aged 72 years also Walter Adsett Died August 21st 1960 aged 85 years

Walter Garfield 'Gar' Adsett
born 1912 to Walter Adsett & Mildred Rose Barry
*Walter was a Police Officer
married Doris Elizabeth Walker in 1937
died 20 Aug 1962 aged 50
buried plot 1309, block 2 with wife Doris
HEADSTONE In loving memory of Walter Garfield (Gar) Adsett Died 17th August 1962 aged 50 years Dearly loved husband of Doris Elizabeth Died 11th March 2002 aged 88 years

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Family Plot 241 - 244

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