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MAGINNESS marriages New Zealand 1870 - 1931

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MAGINNESS marriages New Zealand 1870 - 1931
Charles Maginness (1869-1941)
- married Jane PHILLIPS (1881-1962) in 1906
- they had a son in 1908, Leonard Gracey Maginness
.. PRESS 30 September 1908
IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE AT TEMPLETON - Thursday October 8th at 12 noon
H. MATSON and CO., instructed by Charles Maginness (owing to their having sold his farm) will Sell as above at the Farmstead, the WHOLE of his LIVE an DEAD STOCK as under:
3 First-class Draughts, 4, 5, and 6 years old (all work)
1 Grey mare aged by Furlington, in foal to Havelock
1 First-class Dog-cart Mare, 6 years, by Craigarusky
1 Gelding, 2 years, by Craigarusky and out of the above mare
1 Roan Gelding, 3 years, by Highland Prince (broken to lead)
3 Sound Milk cows in profit (guaranteed)
8 Head young Heifers (good sorts)
10 Heifers springing to calve
1 Breeding Sow in pig, 5 porkers
A number of Golden and White Wyandottes and Mixed Poultry
2 Tip Drays and Frames, 1 Spring Trap, Gig by Steel (new), New Superior Grain and Manure Drill, McCormick Reaper and Binder, cut 200 acres; Plano Grass Mower, Duncan 3-furrow Plough, Duncan 2-furrow plough, Set 4-leaf Heavy Harrows, Set 4-leaf Light Harrows, Set Grass-seed Harrows (5 leaf), Massey Cultivator, Syracuse Grubber, Duncan Turnip Grubber, 2 Potato Grubbers an Moulders, Massey-Harris Pulper (new), Booth McDonald Cambridge Roller Wheelbrrow, Grindstone, 3 Sheep feeders, Stakes, Wire Netting, Swingle-trees, 1 New 400-gal. Tank, Avery Weighing Machine, Harness and Covers for 5 Horses, Quantity Feed Oats and Chaff, Stack Hay, Up-to-Date and Seed Potatoes, 230 Empty Sacks, Vyce, Grit Mill, Troughs, Portable Copper, and Usual Sundries, etc
Luncheon Provided, H. MATSON an CO

Edward Maginness (1878-1929)
- married Eliza Maud DUNFORD (1883-?) in 1912
- daughter of Charles DUNFORD & Mary Jane WALLACE
.. EVENING POST 8 October 1929
CHRISTCHURCH 7th October - The body of Edward Maginness, aged 51, a married man, was found in the Heathcote River at St Martins this afternoon after dragging operations had been carried out by the police.
Maginness was employed as cashier at the Kaiapoi Woollen Company. He was missing from his home since early this morning, and when his hat was found in the Heathcote River the police dragged for the body

Eric Thomas Maginness (1905-2001)
- son of Thomas & Annie Maginness
- married Mary Elizabeth BAIN in 1928

George Maginness (1877-1936)
- married Emily May SIMPSON (1876-1955) in 1904
- 2 of their known children were:
1908 - Dorothy May Maginness
1911 - Joyce Kura Ormond Maginness
OBITUARY - Mr GEORGE MAGINNESS. At his residence at Sockburn on Tuesday evening the death occurred of Mr George Maginness, clerk and engineer of the Paparua County Council. Mr Maginness, who was 58 years of age, was better known in this district as chairman of the Springs-Ellesmere Electric Power Board, of which he had been a keenly interested member for many years, being one of the representatives of the Paparua and adjoining districts. Mr Maginness was also well-known as a successful exhibitor in the pony and cob sections at the agricultural and pastoral shows throughout Canterbury.
Mr Maginness first started as a school teacher, and for a time was employed at the Sydenham School. Later he was transferred to the North Island, and while he was working there he married Miss May Simpson, of Christchurch.
In 1905 he returned to the South Island and became clerk to the Templeton Road Board. When, however, this road board became amalgamated with the Prebbleton Road Board, and merged into the Paparua County, Mr Maginness was appointed clerk and engineer to the county. He had many interests outside his work and was a member of many public bodies in Christchurc.
Mr Maginness is survived by his widow and two daughter, Miss Dorothy Maginness, who is an assistant lecturer at Canterbury University College, and Miss Joyce Maginness, who is in England at present.

George Maginness
- married Emily WHITE on 15 June 1918 in Devonport, Auckland
.. George Maginness, eldest son of Mr G. Maginness, Hawera, to Emily, youngest daughter of Mr A. White, Kapuni

George Langtry Maginness (1886-1917)
- married Elizabeth Harriet AYERS in 1887
- their 6 known children:
1885 - 1920 George Langtry Maginness
.. Hawera & Normanby Star 3 March 1920
MAGINNESS - At the Public Hospital, Hawera, on Wednesday, March 3, 1920, George Langtry, dearly beloved husband of Sarah Emma Maginness, of Manaia road, Kaponga, aged 35 years. Deepy regretted
1887 - John Maginness
1889 - Edith Annie Maginness
1894 - Doris Maud Maginness
1896 - William Albert Maginness
1900 - Edward maginness
.. HAWERA & NORMANBY STAR 9 January 1917
MAGINNESS - At Hawera, on January 8th, 1917, Elizabeth Harriet, dearly beloved wife of George Langtry Maginness; aged 50 years. Deeply regretted. (Christchurch papers please copy)

Henry Maginness
- married Margaret CAMPBELL in 1906

John Maginness
- married Mary MAGRATH in 1878

John Maginness
- married Alice Ethel McMASTER in 1901
- 3 of their known children were:
1905 - Ngaonia Aileen Maginness
1908 - Donald Hugh Maginness
1910 - Archibald Ray Maginness
.. AUCKLAND STAR 9 April 1901
MAGINNESS-McMASTER - On Saturday, 16th March 1901, at the residence of the bride's parents, "Erinholm", by the Rev W. J. Wiliams, John, second son of J. Maginness, Canterbury, to Alice Ethel (Elsie), second daughter of Thos. McMaster, of this city

Thomas Maginness
- married Annie SMART in 1903
- their 6 known children:
1904 - John Rendall Maginness
1905 - Cuthbert Samuel Maginness
1905 - Eric Thomas Maginness
1906 - Katherine Randall Maginness
1907 - Reginald Randall Maginness
1910 - Mildred Mary Maginness

William Albert Maginness (1896-1971)
- married Edith Olga TURNER (1897-1988) in 1920

William Henry Maginness
- married Elizabeth RUDDOCK in 1870
- their 8 known children:
1876 - Mary Ann Maginness
1876 - William Maginness
1877 - Susannah Maginness
1879 - Mary Ann Maginness
1881 - William Maginness
1883 - Henry Maginness
1885 - Langtry Maginness
1887 - John Maginness
.. ASHBURTON GUARDIAN 15 August 1907
MAGINEES - On August 14th, at her late residence,"The Grange", Lyndhurst, Elizabeth, relict of the late Wiliam Henry Maginness, aged 62 years
..Messrs Friedlander Bros., Limited, report having sold the following at auction on Saturday, October 26, 1907, in the estate of the late W. H. Maginness, Lyndhurst, 607 acres near Lyndhurst, with building thereon at ?17 per acre (about $2,650 in 2011) to Mr L. Maginness; 205 acres 2 roods 19 perches, at ?16 15s per acre, to Mr L. Maginness; and 505 acres, 2 roods, 0 perches, "Riverside Farm", at ?18 15s to Nr H. Maginness

Annie Maginness
- married Frederick Escott LARCOMBE in 1897
- 3 known children:
1899 - Elsie Kathleen Larcombe
1901 - Gladys Edcott Larcombe
1904 - Frederick Charles Acland Larcombe

Annie Maginness
- married John Alexander KENNEDY in 1919

Elizabeth Jane Maginness
- married David Jones in 1898
.. EVENING POST 19 August 1937
Mrs Elizabeth Jane Jones, wife of Mr David Jones, a former Minister of Agriculture in the Coalition Government, died in Wellington on Tuesday. Mrs Jones was married in 1898, her maiden name being Miss Maginness. She was a daughter of Mr John Maginess and a sister of Mr George Maginess, formerly clerk to the Paparua County Council. For many years she lived with her husband at Dunsandel, but they went to Christchurch later, where Mrs Jones was a well-known worker for the Methodist Church. She often lent her home in Bryndwyr for church gatherings, and for the work of the Canterbury branch of the New Zealand Federation of University Women, of which her daughter, Miss Ellen Jones, was a prominent member.
Mr and Mrs Jones came to Wellington about two years ago, and they have lived here since. There are four daughters, Mrs A. W. Leithead, Christchurch, Misses Ellen, Hilda, and M. Jones, and one son, Mr David Jones, Dunsandel.

Mary Maginness
- married Hugh BEGGS in 1898
- their 4 known children:
1899 - Vera Elizabeth Rose Beggs
1900 - Phyllis Eileen Beggs
1902 - Gwendoline Marie Beggs
1907 - Laura Gracey Beggs

Mary Margaret 'Dolly' Maginness
- married Norman Charles BRISCO in 1913
.. HAWERA & NORMANBY STAR 22 July 1913
BRISCO-MAGINNESS - On July 10, 1913, at the Presbyterian Church, Eltham, by the Rev.R. Robertson, Norman Charles, sixth son of Mr and Mrs J. Brisco, Hunter Road, to Mary Margaret, second daughter of Mr and Mrs G. Maginness, Auroa

Maud Doris Maginness
- married Leslie WINDLEHURST in 1921

Phoebe Elizabeth Maginness
- Phoebe was born 2 Oct 1875 at Little Rakaia, Canterbury to William Henry MAGINNESS & Elizabeth RUDDOCK from County Armagh, Northern Ireland
- she died 29 Sep 1927 at Methven aged 51. Buried Methven Cemetery
- Phoebe married William George BREACH in 1901
- their 7 known children:
1902 - 1978 Wilhelmina Elizabeth Jane Ruddock Breach
- Wilhelmina married Alfred KENNISH (1887-1980) in 1921
1904 - 1904 Gladys Emma Amelia Breach
- Gladys died aged 18 days
1906 - 1995 Enid Annie Grange Breach
- Enid married Ronald Frederick Ruddenklau (1899-1981) in 1927
1908 - 1978 William Henry Breach
1909 - 1958 Sydney Langtry Breach
1911 - 1993 Evelyn Susannah Breach
- Evelyn married Clarence Douglas WEILY in 1929
1911 - 1942 Doris Phoebe Breach

Rebecca Elizabeth Maginness
- married Thomas JACKMAN in 1901
- their 5 known children:
1902 - Myrtle Daphne Marian Jackman
1904 - Avice Alma Jackman
1906 - William Robert Richard Jackman
1907 - Inez Elizabeth Jackman
1910 - Dorothy Phyllis Jackman

Sarah Emma Maginness
- married James CAMPBELL in 1931

Susannah Jane Maginness
- married Herbert REESBY in 1907

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