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PINK marriages New Zealand 1864 - 1931

Journal by ngairedith

the known PINK marriages in New Zealand 1864 - 1931

Alfred Forbes Pink (1871-1940)
- married Emma Matilda JOHNSON in 1908

Allan Pink
- married Ellen Maud MOORE in 1915

Arthur Henry Pink (1876-1954)
- married Marion FREE in 1905
- their known children:
1909 - Vera Marion Pink
1911 - Thelma Ada Pink

Charles Clarence Pink
- married Mary REDOFSKI in 1914

Charles Edward Pink
- married Christina Alice WHITE in 1922

Charles William Pink
- married Gladys Elsie BRADSHAW in 1920

Edgar James Pink
- married Wilhelmina Miller FREE in 1912

Edward Pink
- married Jane Mary MARTEN in 1926

Ernest Nehemiah Pink
- married Vida Alice COLLIER in 1922
- Ernest was a Builder in Levin
in March 1917 he was living in Kent-street, (see photo) when Ballotted to War

Frederick Hennington Pink
- marrie Rosa Elizabeth JESEN in 1897
- their known children:
1899 - Ivy Vulenza Pink
1901 - Ernest Frederick Aubrey Pink
1904 - Edna Dorothy Pink

Harry Pink
- married Jane McINESNEY in 1910

Henry John Pink
- married Catherine KAVANAGH in 1887

Herbert Henry Pink
- married Elsie HOWE in 1919

James Douglas Pink
- married Christina Amelia ORR in 1928

James Henry Pink
- married Irene WATSON in 1908

John Taylor Pink
- married Frances Amelia JONES in 1931

Kenneth James Ormerod Pink (1885-1940)
- married Lilian FEATHERSTONE (1888-1965) in 1931
- Kenneth died 9 March 1940 & cremated at Karori, Wellington
- Lilian died 11 Feb 1965 aged 76 & cremated at Karori

William Herbert Pink
- married Louisa DAVIES in 1906

Alice Pink
- married George William McLEAN in 1912

Anne Mabel Pink
- married Wilfred Thomas GOODWIN in 1919

Annie Pink
- married Alfred Augustus ANDERSON in 1901
- their known children:
1902 - Charles Augustus Anderson
1903 - Margaret Elizabeth Anderson
1906 - Mary Jane Anderson
1909 - Charles Denholm Anderson

Caroline Rebecca Pink
- married James Edwin FORD in 1906

Edith Margaret Pink
- married Reginald Roser HARRIS in 1924

Elizabeth Catherine Winifred Pink
- married William Frederick FLEMING in 1919

Elizabeth Daisy Pink (1893-1957)
- married Charles Lawrence SINNETT (1881-1948) in 1920
- Charles was born in Australia. He served in WWI as Private 41642 with the NZEF, F Company, embarking from Wellington 14 March 1917. Hi nex of kin was listed as Maurice John Sinnett (his brother 1875-1955), Karioi, Raglan
- he died 9 March 1948 age 67 & is buried Plot 29 G/3, Soldiers, at Karori Wellington
- Elizabeth died 6 Sep 1957 aged 64 & is interred 63 DIV 9, NICHE at Karori

Hannah Rose Sophia Pink
- married Roydy Thomas PURCELL in 1920
- Roydy served in WWI as Gunner 43451 with the NZEF, 26th Reinforcements New Zealand Field Artillery, embarking from Wellington 12 June 1917. His next of kin was listed as Miss C. Pink (friend), Kent Street, Levin
Roydy died 12 Feb 1957 aged 61 and is buried Plot 15 L/4, Soldiers, at Karori, Wellington

Ivy Pink
- married Ernest Robert OLSEN in 1923

Ivy Vulenza Pink
- married Oswald George BRAMWELL in 1922

Kate Pink
- married Edward William ARMSTRONG in 1927

Lillian Mary Pink
- married Edward Samuel RUSSELL in 1907

Louisa Pink
- married William Gordon COSTER in 1899
- their known children:
1902 - Elsie Coster
1903 - Jessie Coster
1905 - Thomas Martin Coster
1906 - Louisa Coster
1908 - Albert William Coster
1910 - Jame Alan Coster

Rose Pink
- married John MITCHELL in 1894
- their known children:
1894 - Elizabeth Mitchell
1896 - Ellen Mitchell
1898 - Sarah Isabella Mitchell
1908 - Frances Louisa Beaven Mitchell

Rose Emma Pink
- married Stanley Arthur MITCHELL in 1919

Rose Mary Henrietta Pink ()
- married Antoni 'Anthony' PEDOFSKY (1891-1952) in 1922
- born in NZ, Anthony was the 9th of 13 children of Joseph Vincent PEDOWSKI & Marianna WALINSKA. He was a Garener & died in Allanton aged 61. Buried in Anderson Bay cemetery, Dunedin

Sarah Pink
- married John Isaac ADAMS (1816-1898) in 1864
- in 1857 John was on the Jury List in New Plymouth
28 Feb 1857 - Taranaki
... The Partnership hitherto existing between the Undersigned, and known as the Firm of J. GYDE, ADAMS & CO., Engineers and Zinc Workers, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. As witness our hands this 16th day of February 1857. Signed Joseph GYDE, John Isaac ADAMS. Witness - J. Stephenson Smith. The business will in future be carried on by Joseph Gyde by whom all acounts owing by and to the late firm will be settled
11 Jan 1864 - Otago Supreme Court
Charles Harte TALBOT
John Isaac ADAMS
Sylvester COLEMAN
Christopher BROWN snr
William Hamilton POWELL
Joseph SHERWIN snr
Peter SHERWIN jnr
9 Jan 1868 - Stafford Town, Westland, Hokitika
... IN BANKRUPTCY - Take notice that by Deed dated 8th day of Januaty 1868, made between JOHN ISAAC ADAMS, of Stafford Town, in the County of Westland, Plumber and Tinsmith, and DAVID DRAKE and JOHN LEWIS therein described and all the Creditors of the said JOHN ISAACE ADAMS and all other the persons if any who either in their own right or in co-partnership are now in any manner Creditors in respect of existing negotiable securities. The said JOHN ISAAC ADAMS did grant, bargain, sell, assign, transfer and deliver over unto the said DAVID DRAKE and JOHN LEWIS all and singular his, the said JOHN ISAAC ADAMS', property whatsover and wheresoever situate for the benefit of all his Creditors equally as therin memtioned, and which said Deed is duly executed as by law required and is filed of Record in the District Court aforesaid this 8th day of January, 1868. - G. W. HARVEY, Solicitor for the Trustees
7 April 1885 - Amberley, Canterbury
... New patents are applied for as follows:_ for an invention for a supply of fresh water, to a limited extent, for use of cattle, sheep and other animals, to be called "The Anials' Friend" ot "The Autoatice Tank and Trough", by John Isaac Adams, of Amberley, Canterbury

Sarah Ann Pink
- married Thomas MUDGWAY in 1893

Violet Agnes Pink
- married Charles Mason PLATO in 1922

Violet Lillian Pink
- married Allan McGILL in 1921

18 Kent street, Levin
built in early 1900s by ERNEST NEHEMIAH PINK, it was always in the Pink Family (see also Hannah Rose Pink). The house was demolished in 1982

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