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John Daniel CADE + Mary Ann ROBINSON - Wiltshire to Masterton

Journal by ngairedith

John Daniel CADE born in 1852 in Swindon
He married Mary Ann Robinson (1854-1923) in Birmingham 6 Oct 1872
They had a daughter in 1873 then emigrated to New Zealand
Another child was born in Upper Hutt in 1875
This dates their voyage to NZ between 1873-1875

John worked in Wellington for a time on the railway construction over the Rimutaka Hill
He later moved to Masterton where he was in sawmilling
Later he moved to Christchurch and worked at the Railway Workshop as a fitter

John died in 1920 aged 67
Mary Ann died 3 July 1923 aged 69
She is buried Plot 203. Block 30 at Bromley cemetery, Christchurch

The known children of John & Mary:
1873-1939 Elizabeth Ellen Cade
born July 1873 in Stepney, London
- married Ezekial George PRICE (1873-1946) in Masterton 1895 and had 9 children
'Zeke' was a Train Driver. They lived in Solway for a time
They both died in Masterton & buried Archer Street

1875-1921 George Cade
born in Upper Hutt
- George married Myra Gertrude WALKER (1883-1955) in 1910
1st of 8 children of Zealand Tasman Walker & Clara Elizabeth Berry
- George & Myra had 4 known children
- George next married Mary Elizabeth Walker (1885-1961) in 1914
- Myra & Mary may have been related but not sisters
(Myra remarried in 1921 to Robert McFarlane

1878-1946 Ada Emily Cade
- married George Hubert ELLIOTT (1887-1959) in 1920
- George next married Vera Emily Wilson HILL (1903-1968) in 1925
- Ada's death date unknown

1880-1963 Mary Ann Cade
- married Percy THORNTON in 1916
- Mary died aged 82

1882-1972 John Benjamin Cade
born in Carterton ?
- married Mary Ellen JOYCE in 1913
- John died aged 89 in Christchurch

1884-1963 Alfred James Cade
- born in Opaki, Masterton
- married Sussanah Mary CRADDOCK in 1910
- Alfred died aged 79

1887-1957 Ernest Bertram Cade
- born in Masterton
- marriage not found
- Ernest died aged 70 in Tuarangi Home, Ashburton

1889-1958 Leonard Arthur Cade
born in Masterton
- married Mary THORN in 1916
- Leonard died aged 68

1891-1963 Alice Bertha Cade
born in Masterton
- married Stanley James SMITH in 1920
- Alice died aged 70

1893-1970 Eunice Isabel Cade
born in Masterton
- married Ernest Harold SWALLOW (1894-1989) in 1918
possibly lived in Christchurch

1896-1976 Lillian May Cade
- married Frank Moyse Mitchell (1893-1979) in 1921
Frank was born in Thames, Coromandel to James Walter Moyse & Ann Mitchell who arrived in Dunedin in the 1880s. Moved up to Thames in the 1890s and changed their name from Moyse to Ann's maiden name Mitchell (go to the link).
Frank served in WWI as Bombardier Second Lieutenant, 2/112, 38th Reinforcements, New Zealand Field Artillery, NZEF from 1914 (He was fined in the Nelson court 5s for having failed to render personal service in 1912, a breach of the Defence Act). He was a Butcher at 25 Avon street, Christchurch when he enlisted in 1914. His mother Ann/Annie, (Mrs Frank Walter Mitchell) was living in Grey Lynn, Auckland in 1915 when he was wounded in the thigh, she was later c/o Island Bay House, Island Bay, Wellington. Frank was awarded the Military Cross in 1918
Lillian died 22 Aug 1975 aged 79
* Frank died 5 Oct 1979 aged 86
They are buried in Bromley, Christchurch
Frank Walter Mitchell aged 23

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