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"R" names - OLD GORGE Cemetery, Woodville

Journal by ngairedith

the 'Residents' of
, Woodville, New Zealand


- Edward Samuel 1828-1899
- Jane 1829-1905
- Mary Ann 1853-1910
- Thomas Edward 1864-1911

- George Selwyn 1948-1970

- Frances Matilda 1855-1944
- James Daniel 1853-1930

- Arthur 1833-1907
- Lavinia (nee Wallace) 1842-1900
- Lewis Owen 1897-1897

- unnamed baby 1912-1912
- Hilton 1882-1918
- Margaret Stewart 1847-1902
- William Henry 1881-1920

- Daniel 1887-1887
- Elizabeth 1828-1891
- Mary 1890-1892
- Thomas 1885-1887

- William Potter 1909-1960

- Mary Ann 1846-1909

- George Henry 1870-1918
- Josephine Eugene (nee Eissenhardt) 1866-1949
George was the 5th of 16 children of Charles Redwood (1836-1916) & Mary Elizabeth 'Polly' Grimstone (1843-1912), who both died in Toowoomba, Queensland
Josephine was a daughter of Johann Adam Eiseenhardt & Josefa Ludovia Kaiser. She married George Henry Redwood (1870-1918) in Wellington 7 Feb 1898.
Their children ..
* 1899 - Eileen Mary Redwood
* 1901 - 1976 Isobell Mary Redwood
* aka Mary Josephine (unmarried)
* 1904 - 1995 Bernard Francis Redwood
* 1906 - 1987 Moyra Josephine Redwood (+Goodwin)
* 1908 - 1972 John Adam Redwood (+McDonald)
* 1911 - 1943 Charles Henry Gerard Redwood
* Flying Officer (Navigator) 414679 RNZAF 7th squadron, Killed In Action, Belgium
Woodville Examiner, 15 Nov 1918
- At Gisborne on November 13th 1918, George Henry, beloved husband of Josephine Redwood; aged 47 years. No flowers by request.
Mr Redwood, the well-known brewer of Woodville, left for Gisborne on November 4 to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law who had died from influenza, contracted the disease himself and died after a week's illness.
Flags were flown at half-mast in Woodville on receipt of the sad news of his death in Gisborne.
George Henry Redwood - aged 47
The sad and distressing news reached Woodville early yesterday morning that Mr George Henry Redwood, an old and very highly respected resident of the town, had died at Gisborne after a brief period of suffering from the prevailing epidemic. Mr Redwood had gone to the northern town because of the death of a brother-in-law and was detained there in consequence of the epidemic having dislocated the steamer service. He took ill himself and was confined to bed, but the attack at first appeared to be of a slight nature.
On Wednesday his wife received a letter from him stating that he had influenza but was recovering and hoped to be home in a week. The handwriting betrayed a shakiness unusual in his letters, but the missive contained certain business instructions which did not indicate that his customary mental vigor had been impaired.
The blow fell yesterday morning when Mrs Redwood received a message, delayed because of the telegraphic service congestion, that her husband had died on Wednesday.
The deceased gentleman was the third son of the late Charles Henry Redwood and a nephew of Archbishop Redwood.
He was born at Riverland, Blenheim in 1871 and came to Woodville, entering in conjunction with his brother Frank, into the brewery business. He soon began to take an active interest in public and sporting affairs, serving some years on the Borough Council, taking a leading part in the affairs of the Jockey Club and being at one time a prominent footballer.
He leaves a widow, three daughters and three sons to deplore the loss of a kind and loving husband and father. The bereaved family have the profound sympathy of many friends.
The body is being brought to Woodville for interment.
Borough Council Reference
Immediately after last night's meeting of the Woodville Borough Council had been formally opened, sympathetic reference was made to the sad occurrence.
The Mayor (Mr Horne) said that the town had received quite a shock that morning when the news came that an old and valued public man, Mr G. H. Redwood, had died in Gisborne, where he had gone on account of the death of a brother-in-law. The deceased gentleman had served on the council since first elected in 1901, during the period that important public works were carried out and in connection with them had done work of great value to the town. He served continuously for twelve years. He was in office when the water, gas and sewerage systems were installed.
He had retired from the council to contest an election for the Mayoralty and had not again sought office. His Worship moved:- "That this council express their deep sympathy with and offer their sincere condolences to the bereaved widow and family of the late Mr Redwood and place on record their appreciation of his valuable services to the town as a former Councillor and public spirited citizen."
Cr S. Turnbull, in seconding the resolution, said Mr Redwood had always taken a keen interest in the welfare of the town as a whole.
Cr E. R. Grinlinton also bore tribute to the memory of the deceased, stating that he had done a lot for Woodville and had always shown himself an able, energetic and progressive citizen. He was a most indefatigable officer of the Woodville District Jockey Club, a keen sportsman and a steward always at his post. He had also been for many years the secretary of the Pahiatua Licensed Victuallers' Association.
The motion was then put and carried in silence, all standing and adjourned for five minutes as a mark of respect to his memory.
* The funeral of the late George Henry Redwood took place yesterday, the large attendance showing the high esteem and regard in which the deceased gentleman was held by his fellow townsmen. The Very Rev. Dean McKenna officiated at St Columbkill's Church and at the graveside, the pall-bearers being Messrs Brady, Wrenn, Broad and Prendergast. The Woodville Borough Council, of which the deceased was formerly a member, was represented by the May (Mr H. P. Horne) and Cr E. W. Ruddick and the County Council by their chairman, Mr John Harris. The hearse was also followed by most of our leading residents and by many to whom Mr Redwood was a valued friend.

- Charles Arthur 1888-1944
- Edward Thomas 1851-1936
- Rosina 1854-1926

- Harriett Louisa Jane (nee Bentley) 1879-1951
- Karl/Carl Percy Bismark 1875-1950

- Robert Heaton 1855-1933
- Margaret Robertha (nee Westaby) 1877-1950

- unnamed baby
- Albert Edward 1885-1947
- Arthur 1877-1879
- Bertram Edwin 1875-1927
- Frank Llewellyn 1911-1999
- Isabella Ruth 1879-1890
- Jane 1844-1924
- John 1841-1925
- Keith Edward 1934-1937
- Mary 1881-1966
- May 1888-1888
- Merle Elizabeth 1917-1988
- Ralph 1882-1973
- Selina Herd (nee Hoare) 1880-1955
- Sophia (nee Page) 1858-1956

- Elizabeth Kate 1900-1921

- William James 1895-1900

- John Campbell 1851-1905

- Clara Myrtle (nee Olsen) 1898-1943
- Grace Ada Violet (nee Willcox) 1889-1968
- Kenneth Luxford 1893-1960
- Robert 1834-1923

- George 1837-1890
- George Frederick 1891-1891
- Margaret 1839-1896
- Martha 1877-1889

- Charles Alexander 1852-1915
- Margaret 1852-1906
- Margaret 1859-1948
- Norman Ernest 1902-1948

- Win 1827-1912

- Annie 1867-1932
- Frederick Charles 1863-1931

- Frederick Douglas 1943-1943

- Alwin Whittaker 1925-1931

- Augustus Henry 1866-1902
- Elizabeth Jane (nee Hammond) 1841-1890
- Hugh Alexander "George" 1830-1891
- Jack 1902-1902
- John 1821-1906
- Mary Jane (nee Sergent) 1866-1914
- Vera Elizabeth 1901-1918
- William Hector 1895-1908

- Elsie Annie Mafeking (nee Lovell) 1901-1930
- James William 1929-1929

- Margaret Ann 1865-1974

- Elsie (nee Harris) 1886-1974
- John Frederick Rolls 1845-1889
- Joseph William 1879-1950
- Robert 1879-1927
- Sabrina/Sabina (nee Kane) 1870-1926

- Harriett 1843-1899

- James 1849-1889

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