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Auckland Districts marriages - 1904

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Auckland Districts MARRIAGES March - April 1904
New Zealand Herald, 27 April 1904

APPLETON - YEATES - On April 6, at the bride's parents' residence, East Tamaki, Frederick Appleton, son of William Appleton, Arch Hill, to Louisa Ann, eldest daughter of George Yeats, East Tamaki
* Frederick Appleton (1883-1957) - Louisa Ann Appleton (1885-1946)

ARDERN - RATHBONE - On March 31, at Gisborne, by the Rev B. F. Rothwell, Walter Robert, youngest son of the late Joseph Ardern, of Thames, to Margaret, third daughter of the late Richard Wilson Rathbone, of Auckland, and grand-daughter of the late Atchison Oliver, Esq., Turanga Creek
* Walter Robert Arden (1874-1943) - Margaret Ardern (1878-1964)

BEST - WILLIS - On April 6, 1904, at the residence of the bride's parents, Ramarama, by the Rev F. N. Dobson, Charles, third son of Charles Best, Branxholme, Victoria, to Sarah (Cissie), only daughter of William Willis, Ramarama, Drury

BUTTIMORE - STEWART - On April 12, at Tauranga, Auckland, by the Rev W. Gillies, William, third son of William Buttimore, Bombay, Auckland, to Elsie, eldest daughter of James Stewart, Tauranga, late of Geraldine, Canterbury
* William Buttimore (?-?) - Elsie Buttimore (1881-?)

CHEAL - DALTON - On February 26, Alfred Waimate, eldest son of Eliza Rooke and Peter Edward Cheal, to Margaret Caroline, eldest daughter of Margaret and Francis Dalton, both of Auckland
* Alfred Waimate Cheal (1878-1974) - Margaret Caroline Cheal (1881-1972)
* Alfred's father was Peter Edward Cheal a prominent surveyor in the settlement of NZ. Alfred was also a surveyor

DOUGLAS - CHAPMAN - On March 22, 1904, at St Luke's, Mount ALbert, by the Rev H. Wilson, vicar, Richard R., eldest son of the late Captain Douglas, of the 4th West Yorks, to Lucy Ethel, third daughter of C. Cox Chapman, Brighton Road, Parnell - Richard Robert Douglas (1870-1904)
* Richard died 8 months later
Auckland Star, 28 November 1904 DOUGLAS - On November 27th, 1904, at Brighton-road, Parnell. Robert Richard, late of Fiji, dearly beloved husband of Lucy Ethel Douglas, and eldest son of the late Captain Douglas of the 4th West Yorks; aged 34 years. Deeply regretted
* - Lucy next married William Dacre in 1913

DAVIES - HOWLETT - On March 23, at the residence of the bride's father, Norfolk-street, Ponsonby, by the Rev J. Wilkens, Arthur Edward, youngest son of James Davies, of Stoney Brook, Harapipi, Waikato, and late of Dolstone Court, Herefordshire, England, to Rose Maria Kate, youngest daughter of Edwin Howlett, late of Sydney and Scarborough, England - Home papers please copy
* Arthur Edward Davies (1872-1942) - Rose Maria Kate Davies (1881-1963)
* Harapipi was a small settlement on the Waipa, near Ngaruawahia OR it may mean Harapepe which is on Te Pahu road, near Pirongia

DICKEY - COSSAR - On March 17, 1904, at All Saints' Church, by the Ven Archdeacon Calder, John C., only son of the late John Dickey, of this city, to Amy Eno, youngest daughter of W. H. Cossar, of Ponsonby, and niece of J. C. Eno, Woodhall, North Dulwich, London
* John Charles Dickey (1875-1926) - Amy Eno Dickey (1895-1965)

DOULL - LOGAN - On March 30, at Pitt-street Methodist Church, by the Rev S. Griffith, David William, the eldest son of David Doull, plumber, of Mount Eden Road, to Esther Lucinda (Cindie), the fifth daughter of John Logan, Tuakau, Waikato
* David William Doull (1878-1949) - Esther Lucinda Doull (1878-1942)

GILFILLAN - MACALISTER - On March 30, 1904, at St Barnabas' Church, Mount Eden, by Canon haselden, Edward Birtchnell, youngest son of Henry Gilfillan, Auckland, to Winifred, eldest daughter of Robert Macalister, Birkenhead, Auckland. Christchurch papers please copy
* Edward Birtchnell Gilfillan (1871-1942) - Winifred Gilfillan (1880-1969)

GLENN - PARSONS - On April 6, 1904, at St Mary's Church, Parnell, Auckland, by the Rev Canon MacMurray, William Spiers, of Manaia, Taranaki, third son of the late Geo. Glenn, of 'Eglinton', Manaia, Taranaki, to Linda Marian, youngest daughter of the late Thos, Parsons, of Otakeho, Taranaki, and of E. Parsons, Brighton Road, Parnell. - Taranaki and Hawera papers please copy
* William Spiers Glenn (1877-1953) - Linda Marion Glenn (1881-1974)

HATTAWAY - LEONARD - On April 8, at Christ Church, Ohaupo, by the Ven Archdeacon Willis, Vincent Stephen Hattaway, to Marion Helen Leonard
* Vincent Stephen Hattaway (1879-1943)

HAMILTON - BOND - On April 4, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev R. L. Walker, M.A., William Aitkin Hamilton, third son of the late Mr John Hamilton, to Leila Alexandra, second daughter of Alexander Bond, both of this city
* William Richard Aitken Hamilton (1861-1941) - Leila Alexandra Hamilton (1875-1940)

HANCOCK - TOWNSEND - On April 7, 1904, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mary-street, Thames, by the Rev S. Henderson, James, youngest son of John Hancock, formerly of Auckland, to Amy Adeline, second daughter of the late John Townsend

HUNTER - GLASGOW - On march 23, at the residence of the bride's parents, Burnley Villa, by the Rev A. McLean, James, second son of James Hunter, Patumahoe, to Amy, youngest daughter of RObert Glasgow, Avondale

HARE - STRATFORD - On April 6, at St Phillip's Church, St Heliers, Auckland, by the Rev E. J. McFarland, B.A., Henry Montague, third son of the late Rev Edward Montague Hare, rector of Little Dunham, Norfolk, England, to Ida Beatrice Dyer, youngest daughter of Samuel Henry Stratford, of Muritai, Tamakai West, and grand-daughter of the late Samuel John Stratford, M.R.C.E.S., 72nd Highlanders, late of Auckland
* Henry Montague Hare (1861-1949) - Ida Beatrice Dyer hare (1872-1943)

HAWKE - GRAHAM - On April 20, at St Stephen's Church, Onewhero, by the Rev F. B. Dobson, Victor Lindin, youngest son of the late Thomas Hawke, Pukekawa, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of James Graham, 'Hillside', Pukekohe, and beloved sister of Nurse Graham, late of Auckland Hospital

JACKSON - TUCK - On Wednesday, March 8, at Pitt-street Wesleyan Church, Auckland, by the Rev W. R. Tuck, Alfred Jackson, of Mamaku, to Evelyn, second daughter of Mr Charles Tuck, of Grey Lynn, Auckland

KELCHER - DONOVAN - On April 6, 1904, at Sacred Heart Church, Ponsonby, by the Rec Dr Efan, Edmund, elder son of Mr M. Kelcher, Ararimu South, to Alice, third daughter of Mr J. Donovan, Bombay, New Zealand

MACKINTOSH - ELLIS - On April 9, 1904, at the Tabernacle, Auckland, by the Rev Joseph Clark, Neil Mackintosh, of Edinburgh, Scotland, to Annie, second eldest daughter of Mr R. Ellis, Lake Farm, Ohaupo, Waikato - Scotch papers please copy

MACPHERSON - McCABE - On April 1, at Beresford-street Church, Auckland, by the Rev J. Wilkins, John, eldest son of George Macpherson, of Waiuku, to Amy, eldest daughter of Richard McCabe, Newton. - Dundee (Scotland) papers please copy

MENZIES - HINTON - On April 6, 1904, at St Sepulchre's Church, by the Rev G. A. Carver, Albert Gordon, fifthe surviving son of George G. Menzies, Rawene, Hokianga, to Amy Mary, eldest daughter of John Hinton, Mount Roskill
* Albert Gordon Menzies (1881-1946) - Amy Mary Menzies (1882-1938)

NEWSON - CORNTHWAITE - On March 30, 1904, at St Peter's Church, Bombay, by the Rev F. B. Dobson, Charles Herbert Newson, of Wairamarama, eldest son of Mr C. M. Newson, contractor, to Alice (Allie), daughter of Mr W. K. Cornthwaite, Bombay
* Charles Herbert Newson (1877-1961) - Alice Newson (1879-1943)

OBREN - BIRD - Pn march 26, at St Mary's Cathedral, Parnell, by the Rev Canon macMurray, William Fisher Obren, only son of the late William Fisher Obren, of Dunedin, to Florence Annie Neill Bird, third daughter of the late William Charles Bird of Cootamundra, N.S.W.
* William Fisher Obren (1875-1940) - Florence Annie Neill Obren (1867-1957)

REA - HENDERSON - On March 30, 1904, at the Church of Christ, Thames, ny Mr R. H. Taylor, Edward Henry, eldest son of the late W. Rea, to Margaret Lydia Annie, second daughter of Mr David Henderson, jun., and grand-daughter of Mr David Henderson, sen., and Mr and Mrs W. Gibson, all of Thames
* Edward Henry Rea (1877-1948) - Margaret Lydia Annie Rea (1883-1970)

RUSSELL - HONEYCOMBE - On March 3, 1904, at the Wesleyan Church, Inglewood, by the Rev James Thomas, Arthur Thomas Russell, to Olive May Honeycombe, both of Auckland
* Arthur Thomas Russell (1882-1931) - Olive May Russell (1881-1964)

STEVENSON - HARRISON - On March 18, at the Church of St John the Baptist, Northcote, by the Rev H. S. Davies, William Francis, son of William Stevenson, Devonport, to Lucie Gertrude, daughter of Edward M. C. Harriosn, Northcote
* William Francis Stevenson (1872-1922) - Lucie Gertrude Stevenosn (1872-1955)

SMITH - SCHOFILED - On April 4, 1904, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev C. Griffith, John T., second son of the late J. C. Smith, Thames, to Kate Agnes, second daughter of Major Schofield, Park rOAD, Auckland
* John Thomas Smith - Kate Agnes Smith (1875-1955)

SPENCER - FISHER - On April 11, at the residence of Mr Stephen Fisher, uncle of the bride, by the Rev John McArthur, James Alexander Spencer, to Mary Fisher, all of Netherton

SORBY - HONAN - On April 8, at the residence of the bride's parents, Onehunga, Alfred, younger son of Mr Sorby J.P., of Glen Murray, to Annie Ursula, fourth daughter of Mr T. Honan, of Onehunga, province of Auckland - Sheffield (England) papers please copy
* Alfred Sorby (1875-1951) - Annie Ursula Sorby (1877-1956)

TURNER - ROSS - On April 4, 1904, at St James' Presbyterian Church, Thames, by the Rev A. T. Thompson, William John, eldest son of Mr H. Turner, engineer, Coromandel, to Emma, second daughter of Mr George Ross, blacksmith, Thames, and grand-daughter of the late Charles Godfrey Gerard, of Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria - Australian papers please copy

WYNYARD - BINNEY - On April 14, 1904, at St Sepulchre's Church, Auckland, by the Rev G. A. Carver, William Thomas, youngest son of the late Captain Gladwyn Wynyard, of the 58th Regiment, to Florence, third daughter of George William Binney, 'Heselden', Auckland

WATTS - MACHARG - On March 16, at the bride's residence, Sydney, by the Right Rev John Walker, Henry Edgar, eldest son of Isaac Watts, of Auckland, New Zealand, to Eleanor Grace, third daughter of John Macharg, J.S., North Sydney

Interior ofAll Saints Church
, Ponsonby, Auckland
including organ, alter, stained glass windows, and pews. Beere, Daniel Manders, 1833-1909 :Negatives of New Zealand and Australia. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington

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