Ada Mary LAWRENCE

#33701, b. 1853, d. 1915
Last Edited=10 Sep 2020
     Her married name was LILLYWHITE.1
Ada Mary LAWRENCE was born in 1853 at St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, England.2 She was the daughter of Edward Daniel LAWRENCE and Augusta Jane HAY.
Ada married James LILLYWHITE on 12 January 1875 at St Andrew, Chichester, Sussex, England.1
Ada died in 1915 at Westhampnett, Sussex, England.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q1 1875 - Ref 2b 471 - Chichester."
  2. [S1] GRO Indexes to Births. "Q3 1853 - Ref 1a 170 - St George Hanover Square."
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q1 1915 - Ref 2b 723 - Westhampnett aged 70."

James LILLYWHITE

#33702, b. 23 February 1842, d. 25 October 1929
Last Edited=10 Sep 2020
     James LILLYWHITE was born on 23 February 1842 at Westhampnett, Sussex, England.
James married Ada Mary LAWRENCE, daughter of Edward Daniel LAWRENCE and Augusta Jane HAY, on 12 January 1875 at St Andrew, Chichester, Sussex, England.1
His wife, Ada, died in 1915 at Westhampnett, Sussex.2
James died on 25 October 1929 at Westhampnett, Sussex, at the age of 87.3,4 His estate was probated on 23 December 1929 at Winchester, Hampshire, England. The estate was valued at £1,008 13s 9d to Clara Maud and Ada Margery LILLYWHITE.4

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q1 1875 - Ref 2b 471 - Chichester."
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q1 1915 - Ref 2b 723 - Westhampnett aged 70."
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q4 1929 - Ref 2b 482 - Westhampnett aged 87."
  4. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).

James STEVENSON

#33703, b. 1842, d. 14 November 1875
Last Edited=13 Sep 2020
     James STEVENSON was born in 1842.
James married Emily Dines HALSTEAD, daughter of Leigh Dines HALSTEAD and Ann KENSEY, on 22 October 1868 at St Matthew's Church, Hobson Street, Auckland, New Zealand.1,2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 2 November 1868 at at New Zealand STEVENSON — HALSTEAD. —On October 22, at St. Matthew's Church, by the Rev. D. Jones, James Stevenson. to Emily Dines, fourth daughter of L. D. Halstead, Esq , of this city.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 1 December 1868 at at Maitland, New South Wales, Australia, MARRIAGES.
22nd October, by special license, at St. Matthew's Church, Hobson-street, by the Rev. David Jones, James, fourth son of the late Robert Stevenson, Esq., merchant, of Cavan, county Donegal, Ireland, to Emily Dines, fourth daughter of L. D. Halstead, Esq., Auckland, New Zealand. London and Sydney papers please copy.2
James died on 14 November 1875 at Wellesley St West, Auckland, New Zealand.

Child of James STEVENSON and Emily Dines HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXIV, Issue 3525, 2 November 1868."
  2. [S9960] Website Australian Newspaper Archive (http://www.trove.nla.gov.au) "Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), Tuesday 1 December 1868, page 1."

James McRae BRIGHAM

#33704, b. 1846, d. 14 December 1910
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     James McRae BRIGHAM was born in 1846.
James married Elizabeth Dines HALSTEAD, daughter of Leigh Dines HALSTEAD and Ann KENSEY, on 18 August 1869 at New Zealand.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 30 August 1869 at at New Zealand (an unknown value.)1
His wife, Elizabeth, died on 19 May 1906 at Marino, York Street, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 61.2
James married Jessie SAVAGE on 4 September 1908 at St Peter, Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand.3
James died on 14 December 1910 at Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand.4

Appears in a newspaper article on on 15 December 1910 at at Auckland, New Zealand, _RIGHAM.—On December 14th, at his residence, York St. Parnell, James McCrea, dearly beloved husband of Jessie Brigham. The funeral will leave his late residence at 2 p.m., Friday, 16th, for Purewa Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.5

Children of James McRae BRIGHAM and Elizabeth Dines HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXV, Issue 3780, 30 August 1869."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XXXVII, Issue 127, 30 May 1906."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1908 Ref 1908/6616."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1910 Ref 1910/6224 aged 64."
  5. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XLI, Issue 297, 15 December 1910."

Sidney WEETMAN

#33705, b. 10 April 1841, d. 17 February 1912
Last Edited=13 Sep 2020
     Sidney WEETMAN was born on 10 April 1841 at Gloria, Rio de Janiro, Brazil.
Sidney married Mary Dines HALSTEAD, daughter of Leigh Dines HALSTEAD and Ann KENSEY, on 26 October 1887 at St Matthew's Church, Hobson Street, Auckland, New Zealand.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 28 October 1887 at at Auckland, New Zealand, WEETMAN-HALSTEAD. On October 26. at St. Matthew's Church, Auckland, by thei Rev. Wrn. Tcbbs. M.A., Sidney Weetman to Mary Dines Halstead.1
Sidney died on 17 February 1912 at Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 70.2

Obituary of Sidney WEETMAN: on 26 February 1912 at New Zealand DEATH OF MR. S. WEETMAN.
The death occurred on Friday of Mr. Sidney Weetman, of Westbourne Road, Remuera. Mr. Weetman, who was born at La .Gloria, Rio do Janeiro, was the son of Mr. Carter Weetman, of the firm of Hopkirk and Weetman, bankers and merchants, of that city. He took up the profession of surveyor on his arrival in New Zealand as a young man, under the Provincial Government of Southland. He afterwards removed to Auckland, and later became district surveyor, which position he held for many years. He was then appointed in charge of the Gisborne district, and afterwards in turn as Commissioner of Crown Lands and chief surveyor of the Taranaki, Marlborough, and Canterbury districts. After close upon 40 years in the public service he retired on superannuation, and has since lived privately in England and Auckland. Mr. Weetman being a man of many attainments, took a keen interest in matters outside his profession. He was a member of various societies, and was for many years a Fellow of tho Royal Geographical Society. Having been so long associated with the early history of Now Zealand, he will be missed by many old friends in Auckland and the South Island. Much sympathy will be extended to his widow, who is a younger- daughter of the late Leigh Dines Halstead.2

Obituary of Sidney WEETMAN: on 14 March 1912 at Launceston, Tasmania, Australia, The New Zealand 'Herald,' of February 26 contains the following: 'The death occurred on Friday of Mr Sidney Weetman, of West-bourne Road. Remuera. Mr Weetman, who was born at La Gloria, Rio de Janeiro, was, the son of Mr Carter Weetmnn, of the firm of Hobkirk and Weetman, bankers and merchants, of that city. He took up the. profession of surveyor on his arrival in New Zealand as a young man, under the Provincial Government of Southland. He afterwards removed to Auckland, and later became district surveyor, which position he hold for many years. He was then appointed in charge of the Gisborne district, and afterwards in turn as Commissioner of Crown Lands, and Chief Surveyor of the Taranaki, Marlborough, and Canterbury districts. After close upon 40 years in the public service, he retired on superannuation, and has since lived privately in England and Auckland. Mr Weetman being a man of many attainments, took a keen interest in matters outside his profession. He was a member of various societies, and was for many years a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. Having been so long associated with the early history of New Zealand, he will be missed by many old friends in Auckland and the South Island. Much sympathy will be extended to his widow, who is a younger daughter of the late Leigh Dines Halstead ' Deceased, who was a brother of the late Mr Nelson Weetman, finished his education and qualified for surveyor in Launceston, his first work here being the survey of the West Tamar Road, from the Old Punt landing, where the Tamar Rowing Club's sheds now stand, to York Town, West Arm.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XVIII, Issue 253, 28 October 1887."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume XLIX, Issue 14926, 26 February 1912."
  3. [S9960] Website Australian Newspaper Archive (http://www.trove.nla.gov.au) "Daily Telegraph (Launceston, Tas. : 1883 - 1928), Thursday 14 March 1912, page 4."

Leigh Dines Halstead BRIGHAM

#33706, b. 1875, d. 9 April 1893
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Leigh Dines Halstead BRIGHAM was born in 1875 at New Zealand.1 He was the son of James McRae BRIGHAM and Elizabeth Dines HALSTEAD.
Leigh died on 9 April 1893 at Marino, York Street, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand.2,3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 15 April 1893 at at New Zealand General sympathy is expressed for Mr and Mrs J.M. Brigham, whose son, Leigh Dines Halstead, died on Monday, at the age of eighteen. The death was not unexpected, the deceased young man having Iqng suffered from chest weakness.2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 20 April 1893 at at Auckland, New Zealand, BRIGHAM.—On April 10, at his parents' residence, "Marino," Parnell, Leigh Dines Halstead Brigham, in his 18th year.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1874 Ref 1874/32434."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Observer, Volume XI, Issue 746, 15 April 1893."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XXIV, Issue 92, 20 April 1893."

Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS

#33707, b. 1855, d. 24 February 1928
Last Edited=16 Sep 2020
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.
Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS was born in 1855.
Hannah married Edward Dines HALSTEAD, son of Leigh Dines HALSTEAD and Ann KENSEY, in 1873 at New Zealand.1
Her husband, Edward, died on 3 December 1911 at Graham Street, Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 63.

Appears in a newspaper article on on 24 February 1928 at at Auckland, New Zealand, HALSTEAD —On February 24, 1928, at her residence, 1, Mason's Avenue, Heme Bay Hannah Elizabeth, widow of the late Edward Dines Halstead, aged 73 years Private Interment.2
Hannah died on 24 February 1928 at 1 Mason Avenue, Herne Bay, Auckland, New Zealand.3,2

Children of Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS and Edward Dines HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1873 - Ref 1873/4958."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume LIX, Issue 46, 24 February 1928."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1928 - Ref 1928/10007 aged 73."

Emily Dines HALSTEAD

#33708, b. 1875, d. 1936
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Her married name was CARR.1
Emily Dines HALSTEAD was born in 1875 at New Zealand. She was the daughter of Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS.
Emily married Matthew Albert CARR on 30 April 1900 at St Matthew's Church, Hobson Street, Auckland, New Zealand. CARR-HALSTEAD.-On April 30, 1900, at St. Matthew's Church, Auckland, by the Rev. W. E. Gillam, Matthew Albert, third son of the late Matthew Carr, of Auckland, to Emily Dines, eldest daughter of Edward Dines Halstead, veterinary surgeon, of Auckland.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 8 June 1900 at at New Zealand CARR--HALSTEAD.—On April 30, 1900. at St. Matthew's Church, Auckland, bv the Rev. W. E. Gillam. Matthew Albert, third son of the late Matthew Carr, of Auckland, to Emily Dines, eldest daughter of Edward Dines Halstead. Veterinary Surgeon, of Auckland.2
Emily died in 1936.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XXXI, Issue 115, 16 May 1900."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXVII, Issue 11393, 8 June 1900."

Matthew Albert CARR

#33709, b. 1869, d. 1945
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Matthew Albert CARR was born in 1869.
Matthew married Emily Dines HALSTEAD, daughter of Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS, on 30 April 1900 at St Matthew's Church, Hobson Street, Auckland, New Zealand. CARR-HALSTEAD.-On April 30, 1900, at St. Matthew's Church, Auckland, by the Rev. W. E. Gillam, Matthew Albert, third son of the late Matthew Carr, of Auckland, to Emily Dines, eldest daughter of Edward Dines Halstead, veterinary surgeon, of Auckland.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 8 June 1900 at at New Zealand CARR--HALSTEAD.—On April 30, 1900. at St. Matthew's Church, Auckland, bv the Rev. W. E. Gillam. Matthew Albert, third son of the late Matthew Carr, of Auckland, to Emily Dines, eldest daughter of Edward Dines Halstead. Veterinary Surgeon, of Auckland.2
His wife, Emily, died in 1936.
Matthew died in 1945.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XXXI, Issue 115, 16 May 1900."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXVII, Issue 11393, 8 June 1900."

Regiment Kirby Dines HALSTEAD

#33710, b. 1881, d. 1960
Last Edited=17 Sep 2020
     Regiment Kirby Dines HALSTEAD was born in 1881 at New Zealand.1 He was the son of Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS.
Regiment married Ivy Geddes McNAB on 9 February 1909 at St James Presbyterian Church, Auckland, New Zealand.2,3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 4 March 1909 at at Auckland, New Zealand, HALSTEAD—McNAB.—On February 9th, at ,St. James' Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. R. D. Walker, Itv Gedd.es, youngest daughter of Mrs. G. R. McNab, to Regement Dines, youngest Bon o£ E. X). Halstead; both, of Auckland.3
His wife, Ivy, died on 1 May 1922 at Wilson Street, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.4,5
Regiment married Annie Laura DODDS in 1926 at New Zealand.6
Regiment died in 1960 at New Zealand.7

Children of Regiment Kirby Dines HALSTEAD and Ivy Geddes McNAB

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1881 - Ref 1881/835."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1909- Ref 1909/563."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 54, 4 March 1909."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1922 Ref 1922/4476 aged 38."
  5. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Timaru Herald, Volume XCVIII, Issue 17825, 2 May 1922."
  6. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1926 Ref 1926/1874."
  7. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1960 - Ref 1960/28035 aged 79."

Ivy Geddes McNAB

#33711, b. 1883, d. 1 May 1922
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.1
Ivy Geddes McNAB was born in 1883 at New Zealand.
Ivy married Regiment Kirby Dines HALSTEAD, son of Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS, on 9 February 1909 at St James Presbyterian Church, Auckland, New Zealand.1,2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 4 March 1909 at at Auckland, New Zealand, HALSTEAD—McNAB.—On February 9th, at ,St. James' Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. R. D. Walker, Itv Gedd.es, youngest daughter of Mrs. G. R. McNab, to Regement Dines, youngest Bon o£ E. X). Halstead; both, of Auckland.2
Ivy died on 1 May 1922 at Wilson Street, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.3,4

Appears in a newspaper article on on 2 May 1922 at at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand, DEATH.
HALSTEAD
—At her residence, Wilson Street, ivy Geddis, dearly beloved wife of R. D. Halstead, in her 39th year —suddenly. Private interment.4

Children of Ivy Geddes McNAB and Regiment Kirby Dines HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1909- Ref 1909/563."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 54, 4 March 1909."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1922 Ref 1922/4476 aged 38."
  4. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Timaru Herald, Volume XCVIII, Issue 17825, 2 May 1922."

Laura Dines HALSTEAD

#33712, b. 24 October 1887, d. 1978
Last Edited=20 Sep 2020
     Her married name was ROWBOTTOM.1
Laura Dines HALSTEAD was born on 24 October 1887 at New Zealand. She was the daughter of Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS.
Laura married Sydney ROWBOTTOM on 30 June 1910 at St Matthew's Church, Hobson Street, Auckland, New Zealand.2,1,3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 9 July 1910 at at New Zealand THE SOCIAL SPHERE
Miss Laura Halstead, youngest daughter of Mr E. D. Halstead, of Graham Street, made a pretty bride on Thursday last, when she was married to Mr Sidney Rowbottom, of Waihi, the ceremony being performed at St. Matthew's Church by the Rev. Gillam, vicair of the parish. The impressiveness of the service was heightened by the beautiful playing of the Wedding March by Miss Corbett, cousin of the vicar.

The bride wore a stylish, creme serge costume, made with Russian blouse and kilted skirt. With this was worn a large Black picture hat encircled with a band of feather trimming. Her sister. Miss Lizzie Halstead, was bridesmaid, wearing a pretty dress of brown velveteen, and a smart hat of velvet in the same shade. The bride carried a lovely bouquet of white flowers, and the bridesmaid a very effective one of red poppies and anemones. The man was Mr Sid Jones, of Waihi. The bridegroom's present to his bride was a handsome gold bangle, and to the bridesmaid a turquoise ring.

A reception was afterwards held at the bride's former residence, the tea table being arranged with white azaleas and jonquils. Mrs Halstead, mother of the bride, wore a handsome robe of black silk and a becomming bonnet encircled witli roses. Miss Halstead. pretty dress of pearl grey, and amethyst hat. Miss Winrne Halstead, pale heliotrope cloth gown, becoming hat in the same shade. Mrs M. Carr. smart navy costume, black hat. Mrs C. D. Halstead, prunella Princess robe. srnartly braided, Napoleon hat of velvet and silk in the same tone, with grey and silver ornament Miss Mabel Halstead. dainty creme serge coat and skirt, creme Toreador hat. Mrs Reg. Halstead, dark costume, smart amethyst hat.3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 26 July 1910 at at Auckland, New Zealand, ROWBOTTOM—HALSTEAD.—On June 30, 1910, at St. Matthew's Church, Auckland, by the Rev. W. E. Gillam, Sydney, youngest son of the late William Rowbottom. of Stalybriiige, England, to Laura Dines, youngest daughter of E. D. Halstead, veterinary surgeon, Auckland.1
Her husband, Sydney, died in 1969 at New Zealand.4
Laura died in 1978 at New Zealand.5

Children of Laura Dines HALSTEAD and Sydney ROWBOTTOM

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XLI, Issue 175, 26 July 1910."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1910 Ref 1910/2139."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Observer, Volume XXX, Issue 43, 9 July 1910."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1969 Ref 1969/25901 aged 83."
  5. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1978 Ref 1978/45737 born 24 October 1887."

Sydney ROWBOTTOM

#33713, b. 1886, d. 1969
Last Edited=20 Sep 2020
     Sydney ROWBOTTOM was born in 1886.
Sydney married Laura Dines HALSTEAD, daughter of Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS, on 30 June 1910 at St Matthew's Church, Hobson Street, Auckland, New Zealand.1,2,3
Sydney died in 1969 at New Zealand.4

Children of Sydney ROWBOTTOM and Laura Dines HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1910 Ref 1910/2139."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XLI, Issue 175, 26 July 1910."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Observer, Volume XXX, Issue 43, 9 July 1910."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1969 Ref 1969/25901 aged 83."

Eveline Blanche Dines HALSTEAD

#33714, b. 1877, d. 1957
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Her married name was ROLFE.1
Eveline Blanche Dines HALSTEAD was born in 1877 at New Zealand. She was the daughter of Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS.
Eveline married Jem ROLFE on 26 April 1913 at New Zealand.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 17 June 1913 at at New Zealand ROLFE—HALSTEAD.—On April 28. at the residence of the bride's mother, Graham Street, by the Rev. Beggs, Jem, eldest son of James Rolfe, Middlesex, England, to Eveline Dines, second daughter of Mrs. Halstead and the late Edward Dines Halstead, veterinary surgeon.1
Eveline died in 1957 at New Zealand.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume L, Issue 15330, 17 June 1913."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1957 Ref 1957/28744 aged 80."

Jem ROLFE

#33715, b. 1879, d. 1967
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Jem ROLFE was born in 1879.
Jem married Eveline Blanche Dines HALSTEAD, daughter of Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS, on 26 April 1913 at New Zealand.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 17 June 1913 at at New Zealand ROLFE—HALSTEAD.—On April 28. at the residence of the bride's mother, Graham Street, by the Rev. Beggs, Jem, eldest son of James Rolfe, Middlesex, England, to Eveline Dines, second daughter of Mrs. Halstead and the late Edward Dines Halstead, veterinary surgeon.1
His wife, Eveline, died in 1957 at New Zealand.2
Jem died in 1967 at New Zealand.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume L, Issue 15330, 17 June 1913."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1957 Ref 1957/28744 aged 80."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1967 Ref 1967/40987 aged 88."

Isabella Louisa EDGAR

#33716, b. 1864, d. 1928
Last Edited=15 Sep 2020
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.1
Isabella Louisa EDGAR was born in 1864.
Isabella married Thomas Dines HALSTEAD, son of Leigh Dines HALSTEAD and Ann KENSEY, in 1887 at New Zealand.1
Her husband, Thomas, died on 16 December 1908 at New South Wales, Australia.
Isabella died in 1928 at Auckland, New Zealand.2

Children of Isabella Louisa EDGAR and Thomas Dines HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1887 - Ref 1887/964."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1928 Ref 1928/3445 aged 64."

Florence Mabel RICKETTS

#33717, d. 1941
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.1
Florence married Charles Edward Dines HALSTEAD, son of Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS, in 1896 at New Zealand.1
Her husband, Charles, died in 1918 at New Zealand.2
Florence died in 1941 at New Zealand.3

Child of Florence Mabel RICKETTS and Charles Edward Dines HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1896 - Ref 1896/2903."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1918 - Ref 1918/7238 aged 45."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1941 - Ref 1941/21615 aged 66."

Mabel Dines HALSTEAD

#33718, b. 22 October 1897, d. 1997
Last Edited=20 Sep 2020
     Her married name was MARRYATT.1
Mabel Dines HALSTEAD was born on 22 October 1897 at New Zealand.2 She was the daughter of Charles Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Florence Mabel RICKETTS.
Mabel married Richard Herbert MARRYATT on 21 January 1925 at St Andrew Church, Epsom, Auckland, New Zealand.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 6 April 1925 at at New Zealand MARRYATT—HALSTEAD.—On January 21, at St. Andrew's Church. Epsom, by Rev. E. Lionel Harvie, Richard Herbert Marryatt, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Marryatt, of Wellington, to Mabel Dines, only daughter of Mrs, and the late Mr. C. D. Halstead, Auckland.1
Mabel died in 1997 at New Zealand.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume LXII, Issue 18986, 6 April 1925."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1897 Ref 1897/12668."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1997 Ref 1997/39176 born 22 October 1897."

Richard Herbert MARRYATT

#33719
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Richard married Mabel Dines HALSTEAD, daughter of Charles Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Florence Mabel RICKETTS, on 21 January 1925 at St Andrew Church, Epsom, Auckland, New Zealand.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 6 April 1925 at at New Zealand MARRYATT—HALSTEAD.—On January 21, at St. Andrew's Church. Epsom, by Rev. E. Lionel Harvie, Richard Herbert Marryatt, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Marryatt, of Wellington, to Mabel Dines, only daughter of Mrs, and the late Mr. C. D. Halstead, Auckland.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume LXII, Issue 18986, 6 April 1925."

Edward Kirby HALSTEAD

#33720, b. 2 October 1911, d. 1980
Last Edited=16 Sep 2020
     Edward Kirby HALSTEAD was born on 2 October 1911 at New Zealand.1 He was the son of Regiment Kirby Dines HALSTEAD and Ivy Geddes McNAB.
Edward married Jean Isobel SCOULAR on 18 February 1936 at St Mary, Omakau, New Zealand.2,3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 19 February 1936 at at New Zealand WEDDINGS
HALSTEAD-SCOULAR.

A very picturesque wedding took place last evening at 6 o'clock, at the little Anglican Church of St. Mary, Omakau, when Jean Isobel, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs A. C. Scoular, Matakanui station, Central Otago, was married to Edward Kirby Halstead, of Ranfurly, elder son of Mr R. D. Halstead, of Roslyn, Dunedin.
The Rev. S. Hurd performed the ceremony, and Mrs Lester presided at the organ.
The bride looked charming as she entered the church with her father. She wore an exquisite gown of heavy cream leaf-patterned lace. The neckline was high, of gathered net above a lower circlet of cream velvet gardenias. The bodice was finished with a row of velvet buttons at the back, and the long, tight-fitting sleeves fell over the hands. The skirt was fully flared below the knees and fell into a long, graceful train. Her veil of Brussels lace also fell into a train, and was held in place by a halo of cream velvet gardenias. A bouquet of cream roses completed the picture.
She was attended by her two sisters, the Misses Nancy and Eily Scoular, as bridesmaids, and by Miss Lesley Scoular as flower girl. The maids were frocked alike in cream lace to match the bride. The bodices had an off-the-shoulder effect, and were finished by red roses at the corsage. They wore lace halos on their hair and carried bouquets of red roses. The flower girl wore a picture frock of soft cream georgette, with a tight bodice with puffed sleeves, and a skirt gathered from the waistline.
The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr Charles Halstead, of Dunedin, as best man, and by Mr G. Cunningham, of Ranfurly, as groomsman. The ushers were Mr Peter Scoular and Mr A. M'Millan.
The guests motored from the church to the homestead at Matakanui, where a reception and wedding breakfast were held.
The house and church were beautifully decorated -masses of gladioli, tulips, and asters making a lovely background for the bridal party.
Mrs Scoular (the bride's mother) wore a becoming gown of black ring velvet with a black velvet hat and silver fox furs, and carried a bouquet of red carnations. Mrs R. D. Halstead's frock was of black lace, with a black hat, black and gold cape, and a contrasting bouquet of red carnations.
Later in the evening a dance was held in the Omakau Hall, at which there was a large number of guests.
For travelling the bride wore a smart navy frock with buttons and buckle of silver, with navy hat and shoes and accessories to tone. The future home of Mr and Mrs E. K. Halstead will be in Greymouth.
Among the Dunedin guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs W. J. Crawford, Mr and Mrs. Vivian. Jacobs, Mr and Mrs Arthur Barnett, Mrs E. Glendinning, Mrs S. O. Battersby, Miss E. Roberts, and Mr A. Andrews; also Mr. and Mrs W. Scaife (Wanaka), Dr and Mrs Scrymgeour (Lauder), Dr Eudy (Ranfurly), Mr and Mrs W. B. Scoular, Mr John Faulks (Pembroke), Mr. and Mrs Hedley (Duntroon), and Mr and Mrs Irvine (Oamaru).3
His wife, Jean, died in 1977 at New Zealand.4
Edward died in 1980 at New Zealand.5

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1911 - Ref 1911/25775."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1936 Ref 1936/5436."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Evening Star, Issue 22267, 19 February 1936."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1977 Ref 1977/41527 born 14 October 1912."
  5. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1980 Ref 1980/52868 born 2 October 1911."

Charles George Dines HALSTEAD

#33721, b. 11 September 1913, d. 1992
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Charles George Dines HALSTEAD was born on 11 September 1913 at New Zealand.1 He was the son of Regiment Kirby Dines HALSTEAD and Ivy Geddes McNAB.
Charles married Joyce May PATRICK on 24 February 1942 at First Church, Otago, New Zealand.2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 26 February 1942 at at Otago, New Zealand, A quiet wedding was solemnised on Tuesday evening, February 24. at First Church, between Charles Dines, son of Mr R. D. Halstead, of Roslyn. Dunedin, and Joyce May. .daughter of Mr and Mrs Gebrge Patrick, of Otara. Southland. 'The Rev. W. Allen Stevely officiated.2
Charles died in 1992 at New Zealand.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1913 - Ref 1913/19216."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Otago Daily Times, Issue 24851, 26 February 1942."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1992 Ref 1992/40506 born 11 September 1913."

Charles Edward Dines HALSTEAD

#33722, b. 1873, d. 1918
Last Edited=20 Sep 2020
     Charles Edward Dines HALSTEAD was born in 1873 at New Zealand.1 He was the son of Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS.
Charles married Florence Mabel RICKETTS in 1896 at New Zealand.2
Charles died in 1918 at New Zealand.3

Obituary of Charles Edward Dines HALSTEAD: on 4 November 1918 at Auckland, New Zealand, OBITUARY.
MR. CHARLES HALSTEAD
. Mr. C'harles Halstead, the well-known vaterimiry surgeon. died at his residence. Ponsonby, this morning, at the comparatively early age of forty-five. For the past two years deceased had not enjoyed the besl of health, but was fairly well until about a fortnight ago, when a recurrence of his old trouble resulted and brought about his end. Deceased. who was the eldest son of the late Mr. Edward Halstead. leaves a widow and one daughter.4

Child of Charles Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Florence Mabel RICKETTS

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1873 - Ref 1873/21308."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1896 - Ref 1896/2903."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1918 - Ref 1918/7238 aged 45."
  4. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XLIX, Issue 263, 4 November 1918."

Joyce May PATRICK

#33723, b. 21 May 1914, d. 1999
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.1
Joyce May PATRICK was born on 21 May 1914.
Joyce married Charles George Dines HALSTEAD, son of Regiment Kirby Dines HALSTEAD and Ivy Geddes McNAB, on 24 February 1942 at First Church, Otago, New Zealand.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 26 February 1942 at at Otago, New Zealand, A quiet wedding was solemnised on Tuesday evening, February 24. at First Church, between Charles Dines, son of Mr R. D. Halstead, of Roslyn. Dunedin, and Joyce May. .daughter of Mr and Mrs Gebrge Patrick, of Otara. Southland. 'The Rev. W. Allen Stevely officiated.1
Joyce died in 1999 at New Zealand.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Otago Daily Times, Issue 24851, 26 February 1942."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1999 Ref 1999/25173 born 21 May 1914."

George Hatton LAWRENCE

#33724, b. 17 October 1864, d. 10 April 1924
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     George Hatton LAWRENCE was born on 17 October 1864 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 He was the son of Edward Daniel LAWRENCE and Eleanor Dines HALSTEAD.
George died on 10 April 1924 at Olive Road, Penrose, Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 59.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1864 - Ref 1864/ 25149."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1924 - Ref 1924/0910 aged 60."

Edward William LAWRENCE

#33725, b. 20 December 1865, d. 17 November 1898
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Edward William LAWRENCE was born on 20 December 1865 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 He was the son of Edward Daniel LAWRENCE and Eleanor Dines HALSTEAD.
Edward married Margaret (?) before 1893 at New Zealand.
Edward died on 17 November 1898 at Penrose, Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 32.2 His estate was given Letters of Administration on 24 December 1903 at London, England. The estate was valued at £822 6s 0d in England - Probate in New Zealand but sealed in the UK.2

Children of Edward William LAWRENCE and Margaret (?)

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1865 - Ref 1865/ 28840."
  2. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).

Charles Alfred LAWRENCE

#33726, b. 6 January 1867, d. 12 January 1937
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Charles Alfred LAWRENCE was born on 6 January 1867 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 He was the son of Edward Daniel LAWRENCE and Eleanor Dines HALSTEAD.
Charles married Selina Emily ARMSTRONG in 1922 at New Zealand.2
Charles died on 12 January 1937 at Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 70.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1867 - Ref 1867/ 132."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1922 Ref 1922/9754."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1937 Ref 1937/17918 aged 59."

Alfred Dines LAWRENCE

#33727, b. 21 May 1869, d. 12 May 1940
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Alfred Dines LAWRENCE was born on 21 May 1869 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 He was the son of Edward Daniel LAWRENCE and Eleanor Dines HALSTEAD.
Alfred married Mary Ann DAVIDSON on 6 May 1893 at St Phillip's Church, Auburn, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Appears in a newspaper article on on 6 May 1918 at at New Zealand SILVER WEDDING.
LAWRENCE—DAVIDSON.
—On May 6, 1893, at St. Phillip's Church. Auburn, Sydney, by the Rev. Colvin, Alfred Dines Lawrence, fourth son of the late Edward Daniel and Eleanor Dines Lawrence, Auckland, to Mary Ann Davidson, seventh daughter of the late John and Mary Ann Davidson, of Sydney.2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 30 April 1924 at at New Zealand MR. AND MRS. A. D. LAWRENCE. Paeroa, brother and sister-in-law of the late George Hatton Lawrence, sincerely _ thank all kind friends and neighbours, especially Mr. and Mrs. S. Dickey and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, of Olive Road, Penrose, for their kindness and sympathy: also for all letters, telegrams and floral emblems received.3
Alfred died on 12 May 1940 at Thames Hospital, Thames, Waikato, New Zealand, at the age of 70.

Appears in a newspaper article on on 14 May 1940 at at Paeroa, Auckland, New Zealand, LAWRENCE.—On May 12, at Thames Hospital, Alfred Dines, dearly-beloved husband of Mary Ann Lawrence, Waihi Road. _ Paeroa; aged 71. Funeral leaves Anglican Church for Paeroa Cemetery at 1.50 p.m. to-day.4

Appears in a newspaper article on on 12 May 1941 at at Australia LAWRENCE.
In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Alfred Dines, who passed away at Paeroa, May 12, 1940.
inserted by his loving wife and sons, Charles and Alfred.
LAWRENCE.
In loving memory of dad, who passed away at P'aeroa May 12, 1940.
He never failed to do his best.
His heart was true and tender;
He patiently toiled for those he loved
And left them to remember.
inserted by his loving daughter, son-in-law and grandchild, Hilda, Bill, Sylvia, Trentham.
LAWRENCE-—
ln loving memory of our dear father, who departed this life on May 12. 1940
Ever remembered. George and daughter-in-law Mary.
LAWRENCE.—
In loving memory of our dad and grandpa, who passed away May 12, 1940.
God will link the golden chain,
As one by one we meet again. Freda and Bill and family, Tokoroa.
LAWRENCE.—-
In loving memory of our loved dad and grandfather, who fell asleep May 12 1940.
He sleeps in God's beautiful garden.
In the sunshine of perfect peace.
Elsie, Will and grandchildren.5

Children of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1869 - Ref 1869/ 13557."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Ohinemuri Gazette, Volume XXIX, Issue 3915, 6 May 1918."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume LXI, Issue 18696, 30 April 1924."
  4. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVII, Issue 23655, 14 May 1940."
  5. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVIII, Issue 23962, 12 May 1941."

Richard Dines LAWRENCE

#33728, b. 9 January 1872, d. 17 December 1900
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Richard Dines LAWRENCE was born on 9 January 1872 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 He was the son of Edward Daniel LAWRENCE and Eleanor Dines HALSTEAD.
Richard died on 17 December 1900 at Penrose, Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 28.2,3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 18 December 1900 at at New Zealand LAWRENCE.—On December 17, at his mother's residence, Penrose. Richard Dines, fifth beloved son of the late E. D. Lawrence, and granidson._of the late Rev. Alfred and Lady Emily Lawrence, aged 28 years.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1872 - Ref 1872/ 13454."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1900 Ref 1900/5596 aged 28."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXVII, Issue 11558, 18 December 1900."

Arthur Joseph Dines LAWRENCE

#33729, b. 4 February 1874, d. 25 December 1896
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Arthur Joseph Dines LAWRENCE was born on 4 February 1874 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 He was the son of Edward Daniel LAWRENCE and Eleanor Dines HALSTEAD.
Arthur died on 25 December 1896 at Remuera, Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 22.2,3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 28 December 1896 at at New Zealand LAWRENCE.—On Christmas morning, at his mothers resilience, Arthur Joseph Dines, youngest and dearly-beloved son of the late E. D, Lawrence, and grandson of the late Rev. Charnley and Lady Emily l.awience, aged 22 years. Interred at Paerewa.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1874 - Ref 1874/ 15981."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1896 Ref 1896/1559 aged 22."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXIII, Issue 10325, 28 December 1896."

Margaret (?)

#33730
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Her married name was LAWRENCE.
Margaret married Edward William LAWRENCE, son of Edward Daniel LAWRENCE and Eleanor Dines HALSTEAD, before 1893 at New Zealand.

Children of Margaret (?) and Edward William LAWRENCE

Eleanor Dines LAWRENCE

#33731, b. 1893, d. 1964
Last Edited=19 Sep 2020
     Her married name was FISHER.1
Eleanor Dines LAWRENCE was born in 1893 at Auckland, New Zealand.2 She was the daughter of Edward William LAWRENCE and Margaret (?)
Eleanor married William Edward FISHER in 1926 at New Zealand.1
Eleanor died in 1964 at New Zealand.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1928 Ref 1928/7426."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1893 - Ref 1893/ 1986."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1964 Ref 1964/34078 aged 71."

Mary Ann DAVIDSON

#33732, b. 1877, d. 19 June 1969
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Her married name was LAWRENCE.
Mary Ann DAVIDSON was born in 1877 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Mary married Alfred Dines LAWRENCE, son of Edward Daniel LAWRENCE and Eleanor Dines HALSTEAD, on 6 May 1893 at St Phillip's Church, Auburn, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Her husband, Alfred, died on 12 May 1940 at Thames Hospital, Thames, Waikato, New Zealand, at the age of 70.

Newspaper Report: LAWRENCE.
In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Alfred Dines, who passed away at Paeroa, May 12, 1940.
inserted by his loving wife and sons, Charles and Alfred.
LAWRENCE.
In loving memory of dad, who passed away at P'aeroa May 12, 1940.
He never failed to do his best.
His heart was true and tender;
He patiently toiled for those he loved
And left them to remember.
inserted by his loving daughter, son-in-law and grandchild, Hilda, Bill, Sylvia, Trentham.
LAWRENCE-—
ln loving memory of our dear father, who departed this life on May 12. 1940
Ever remembered. George and daughter-in-law Mary.
LAWRENCE.—
In loving memory of our dad and grandpa, who passed away May 12, 1940.
God will link the golden chain,
As one by one we meet again. Freda and Bill and family, Tokoroa.
LAWRENCE.—-
In loving memory of our loved dad and grandfather, who fell asleep May 12 1940.
He sleeps in God's beautiful garden.
In the sunshine of perfect peace.
Elsie, Will and grandchildren.1
Mary died on 19 June 1969 at Wellington, New Zealand.

Children of Mary Ann DAVIDSON and Alfred Dines LAWRENCE

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVIII, Issue 23962, 12 May 1941."

Arthur George Henry Dines LAWRENCE

#33733, b. 28 May 1897, d. 20 November 1977
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Arthur George Henry Dines LAWRENCE was born on 28 May 1897 at New South Wales, Australia. He was the son of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON.
Arthur married Adelaide Elizabeth Emma ONGLEY on 18 May 1921 at New Zealand.1
Arthur died on 20 November 1977 at Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 80.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1921 - Ref 1921/740."

Adelaide Elizabeth Emma ONGLEY

#33734, b. 7 September 1901, d. 7 October 1979
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Her married name was LAWRENCE.1
Adelaide Elizabeth Emma ONGLEY was born on 7 September 1901.
Adelaide married Arthur George Henry Dines LAWRENCE, son of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON, on 18 May 1921 at New Zealand.1
Her husband, Arthur, died on 20 November 1977 at Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 80.
Adelaide died on 7 October 1979 at New Zealand at the age of 78.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1921 - Ref 1921/740."

Elsie May LAWRENCE

#33735, b. 1 November 1895, d. 5 May 1977
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Her married name was SANDERSON.1
Elsie May LAWRENCE was born on 1 November 1895 at Granville, New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON.
Elsie married William David SANDERSON on 5 May 1920 at New Zealand.1
Her husband, William, died on 23 September 1957 at Paeroa, Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 64.
Elsie died on 5 May 1977 at New Zealand at the age of 81.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1920 - Ref 1920/1301."

William David SANDERSON

#33736, b. 6 February 1893, d. 23 September 1957
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     William David SANDERSON was born on 6 February 1893 at Otago, New Zealand.
William married Elsie May LAWRENCE, daughter of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON, on 5 May 1920 at New Zealand.1
William died on 23 September 1957 at Paeroa, Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 64.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1920 - Ref 1920/1301."

Hilda LAWRENCE

#33737, b. 20 September 1911
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Her married name was McCALLUM.1
Hilda LAWRENCE was born on 20 September 1911 at Paeroa, Auckland, New Zealand.2 She was the daughter of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON.
Hilda married William Robert McCALLUM on 12 February 1930 at Fraankton Junction, Hamilton, New Zealand.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1930 Ref 1930/1618."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1911 Ref 1911/15099."

Alfred Dines LAWRENCE

#33738, b. 1914
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Alfred Dines LAWRENCE was born in 1914 at New Zealand.1 He was the son of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON.

Newspaper Report: LAWRENCE.
In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Alfred Dines, who passed away at Paeroa, May 12, 1940.
inserted by his loving wife and sons, Charles and Alfred.
LAWRENCE.
In loving memory of dad, who passed away at P'aeroa May 12, 1940.
He never failed to do his best.
His heart was true and tender;
He patiently toiled for those he loved
And left them to remember.
inserted by his loving daughter, son-in-law and grandchild, Hilda, Bill, Sylvia, Trentham.
LAWRENCE-—
ln loving memory of our dear father, who departed this life on May 12. 1940
Ever remembered. George and daughter-in-law Mary.
LAWRENCE.—
In loving memory of our dad and grandpa, who passed away May 12, 1940.
God will link the golden chain,
As one by one we meet again. Freda and Bill and family, Tokoroa.
LAWRENCE.—-
In loving memory of our loved dad and grandfather, who fell asleep May 12 1940.
He sleeps in God's beautiful garden.
In the sunshine of perfect peace.
Elsie, Will and grandchildren.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1914 Ref 1914/9791."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVIII, Issue 23962, 12 May 1941."

Charles Auburn LAWRENCE

#33739, b. 1916, d. 1981
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Charles Auburn LAWRENCE was born in 1916 at New Zealand.1 He was the son of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON.

Newspaper Report: LAWRENCE.
In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Alfred Dines, who passed away at Paeroa, May 12, 1940.
inserted by his loving wife and sons, Charles and Alfred.
LAWRENCE.
In loving memory of dad, who passed away at P'aeroa May 12, 1940.
He never failed to do his best.
His heart was true and tender;
He patiently toiled for those he loved
And left them to remember.
inserted by his loving daughter, son-in-law and grandchild, Hilda, Bill, Sylvia, Trentham.
LAWRENCE-—
ln loving memory of our dear father, who departed this life on May 12. 1940
Ever remembered. George and daughter-in-law Mary.
LAWRENCE.—
In loving memory of our dad and grandpa, who passed away May 12, 1940.
God will link the golden chain,
As one by one we meet again. Freda and Bill and family, Tokoroa.
LAWRENCE.—-
In loving memory of our loved dad and grandfather, who fell asleep May 12 1940.
He sleeps in God's beautiful garden.
In the sunshine of perfect peace.
Elsie, Will and grandchildren.2
Charles died in 1981 at New Zealand.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1916 Ref 1916/24639."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVIII, Issue 23962, 12 May 1941."

William Robert McCALLUM

#33740, b. 19 April 1905, d. 1 July 1974
Last Edited=20 Sep 2020
     William Robert McCALLUM was born on 19 April 1905 at New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand.
William married Hilda LAWRENCE, daughter of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON, on 12 February 1930 at Fraankton Junction, Hamilton, New Zealand.1
William died on 1 July 1974 at Hastings, Victoria, Australia, at the age of 69.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1930 Ref 1930/1618."

Freda Dines LAWRENCE

#33741, b. 1910
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Her married name was PHILP.
Freda Dines LAWRENCE was born in 1910 at New Zealand. She was the daughter of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON.
Freda married William Edward PHILP in 1929 at New Zealand.

Newspaper Report: LAWRENCE.
In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Alfred Dines, who passed away at Paeroa, May 12, 1940.
inserted by his loving wife and sons, Charles and Alfred.
LAWRENCE.
In loving memory of dad, who passed away at P'aeroa May 12, 1940.
He never failed to do his best.
His heart was true and tender;
He patiently toiled for those he loved
And left them to remember.
inserted by his loving daughter, son-in-law and grandchild, Hilda, Bill, Sylvia, Trentham.
LAWRENCE-—
ln loving memory of our dear father, who departed this life on May 12. 1940
Ever remembered. George and daughter-in-law Mary.
LAWRENCE.—
In loving memory of our dad and grandpa, who passed away May 12, 1940.
God will link the golden chain,
As one by one we meet again. Freda and Bill and family, Tokoroa.
LAWRENCE.—-
In loving memory of our loved dad and grandfather, who fell asleep May 12 1940.
He sleeps in God's beautiful garden.
In the sunshine of perfect peace.
Elsie, Will and grandchildren.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVIII, Issue 23962, 12 May 1941."

William Edward PHILP

#33742, b. 1905, d. 1 May 1984
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     William Edward PHILP was born in 1905.
William married Freda Dines LAWRENCE, daughter of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON, in 1929 at New Zealand.

Newspaper Report: LAWRENCE.
In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Alfred Dines, who passed away at Paeroa, May 12, 1940.
inserted by his loving wife and sons, Charles and Alfred.
LAWRENCE.
In loving memory of dad, who passed away at P'aeroa May 12, 1940.
He never failed to do his best.
His heart was true and tender;
He patiently toiled for those he loved
And left them to remember.
inserted by his loving daughter, son-in-law and grandchild, Hilda, Bill, Sylvia, Trentham.
LAWRENCE-—
ln loving memory of our dear father, who departed this life on May 12. 1940
Ever remembered. George and daughter-in-law Mary.
LAWRENCE.—
In loving memory of our dad and grandpa, who passed away May 12, 1940.
God will link the golden chain,
As one by one we meet again. Freda and Bill and family, Tokoroa.
LAWRENCE.—-
In loving memory of our loved dad and grandfather, who fell asleep May 12 1940.
He sleeps in God's beautiful garden.
In the sunshine of perfect peace.
Elsie, Will and grandchildren.1
William died on 1 May 1984 at Tauranga, New Zealand.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVIII, Issue 23962, 12 May 1941."

George Alfred LAWRENCE

#33743, b. 1904, d. 1962
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     George Alfred LAWRENCE was born in 1904 at New Zealand.1 He was the son of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON.
George married Mary Campbell CARRIE on 7 November 1928 at First Church, Frankton, New Zealand.2,3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 10 November 1928 at at New Zealand LAWRENCE—CARRIE
First Church, Frankton, was the scene of a pretty choral wedding on the evening of November 7, when Mary Campbell, second daughter of Mr and Mrs R. G. Carrie, of Te Rapa, was married to George Alfred Lawrence, third son of Mr and Mrs A. D. Lawrence, of Paeroa. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Lawrence M. Rogers, M.A., and Mr Lymburn presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a lovely frock of silver tissue with an overdress of ivory embossed chenille. Her long embroidered tulle veil was held by a circlet of orange blossom, and she carried a bouquet of cream roses and azaleas. Miss Edna Carrie, sister of the bride, and Miss Bessie Davey, of Claudclands, attended the bride, the former wearing peach georgette and the latter sea green. Both wore bandeaux of silver tissue, and carried bouquets of mauve azaleas and ixias. The best man was Mr Harold Mackay, of Auckland, and the groomsman Mr T. C. McDonald.
After the ceremony a reception was held by the bride’s parents at the ' Ccntrcway Tea Rooms, Mrs Carrie wearing a frock of black georgette and guipure lace, with hat to match; and Mrs Lawrence wearing a cinnamon suit with hat to tone. The groom’s present to the bride was a golden brown fox fur, and to the maids gold armlets. The bride’s gift to the groom was a signet ring.
The bride Jeft for Hie honeymoon, which is to be spent in Hawke’s Bay, wearing a silver grey suit and hat to match, and the bridegroom's gift.
Mr and .Mi's G. A. Lawrence will make their future home at Ulorohanga.
Among tlie numerous and handsome presents received by the bride were: From the staff of W. J. Houlden, a bronze fruit bowl; from the Hula Hockey Club, a silver flsh service; and from the residents of Te Rapa, a reversible rug and some kitchen utensils.
The guests included: Miss Carrie (sister of the bride), Mr Bruce Carrie, Mr Max Carrie, Mr and Mrs E. Lye (Auckland), Mr and Mrs M. Lye (Auckland), Mr J. Carrie (Edendale), Miss Carrie (Devonport), Mr and Mrs R. G. Carrie, jun., Mr and Mrs Lawrence (Auckland), Mr Harold Lawrence (Olorohanga), Mr and Mrs Truwin (Lake Takapuna), Mr- and .Mrs W. N. Smith, Mr and Mrs C. Thomson, Mr and Mrs Leppitt, Mr and Mrs Hooper, Mr Arthur Hooper, Mr and Mrs Jones, Miss Grotty, Miss J. Thomson (Masterton), Miss McOnic, Mr and Mrs McLeod (Mount Albert;, Mr Rea (Auckland), Mr It. MacFarlane, and Mr and Mrs Bankier (Newstead).3
George died in 1962 at New Zealand.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1904 Ref 1904/0739."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1928 Ref 1928/6309."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Waikato Times, Volume 104, Issue 17556, 10 November 1928."

Mary Campbell CARRIE

#33744, b. 1906
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Her married name was LAWRENCE.1
Mary Campbell CARRIE was born in 1906 at New Zealand.
Mary married George Alfred LAWRENCE, son of Alfred Dines LAWRENCE and Mary Ann DAVIDSON, on 7 November 1928 at First Church, Frankton, New Zealand.1,2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 10 November 1928 at at New Zealand LAWRENCE—CARRIE
First Church, Frankton, was the scene of a pretty choral wedding on the evening of November 7, when Mary Campbell, second daughter of Mr and Mrs R. G. Carrie, of Te Rapa, was married to George Alfred Lawrence, third son of Mr and Mrs A. D. Lawrence, of Paeroa. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Lawrence M. Rogers, M.A., and Mr Lymburn presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a lovely frock of silver tissue with an overdress of ivory embossed chenille. Her long embroidered tulle veil was held by a circlet of orange blossom, and she carried a bouquet of cream roses and azaleas. Miss Edna Carrie, sister of the bride, and Miss Bessie Davey, of Claudclands, attended the bride, the former wearing peach georgette and the latter sea green. Both wore bandeaux of silver tissue, and carried bouquets of mauve azaleas and ixias. The best man was Mr Harold Mackay, of Auckland, and the groomsman Mr T. C. McDonald.
After the ceremony a reception was held by the bride’s parents at the ' Ccntrcway Tea Rooms, Mrs Carrie wearing a frock of black georgette and guipure lace, with hat to match; and Mrs Lawrence wearing a cinnamon suit with hat to tone. The groom’s present to the bride was a golden brown fox fur, and to the maids gold armlets. The bride’s gift to the groom was a signet ring.
The bride Jeft for Hie honeymoon, which is to be spent in Hawke’s Bay, wearing a silver grey suit and hat to match, and the bridegroom's gift.
Mr and .Mi's G. A. Lawrence will make their future home at Ulorohanga.
Among tlie numerous and handsome presents received by the bride were: From the staff of W. J. Houlden, a bronze fruit bowl; from the Hula Hockey Club, a silver flsh service; and from the residents of Te Rapa, a reversible rug and some kitchen utensils.
The guests included: Miss Carrie (sister of the bride), Mr Bruce Carrie, Mr Max Carrie, Mr and Mrs E. Lye (Auckland), Mr and Mrs M. Lye (Auckland), Mr J. Carrie (Edendale), Miss Carrie (Devonport), Mr and Mrs R. G. Carrie, jun., Mr and Mrs Lawrence (Auckland), Mr Harold Lawrence (Olorohanga), Mr and Mrs Truwin (Lake Takapuna), Mr- and .Mrs W. N. Smith, Mr and Mrs C. Thomson, Mr and Mrs Leppitt, Mr and Mrs Hooper, Mr Arthur Hooper, Mr and Mrs Jones, Miss Grotty, Miss J. Thomson (Masterton), Miss McOnic, Mr and Mrs McLeod (Mount Albert;, Mr Rea (Auckland), Mr It. MacFarlane, and Mr and Mrs Bankier (Newstead).2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1928 Ref 1928/6309."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Waikato Times, Volume 104, Issue 17556, 10 November 1928."

Richard Hatton LAWRENCE

#33745, b. 1895, d. 26 October 1962
Last Edited=11 Sep 2020
     Richard Hatton LAWRENCE was born in 1895 at New Zealand.1 He was the son of Edward William LAWRENCE and Margaret (?)
Richard died on 26 October 1962 at New Zealand.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1895 Ref 1895/5396."

William Edward FISHER

#33746, b. 3 December 1893, d. 1985
Last Edited=19 Sep 2020
     William Edward FISHER was born on 3 December 1893 at New Zealand.
William married Eleanor Dines LAWRENCE, daughter of Edward William LAWRENCE and Margaret (?), in 1926 at New Zealand.1
His wife, Eleanor, died in 1964 at New Zealand.2
William died in 1985 at New Zealand.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1928 Ref 1928/7426."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1964 Ref 1964/34078 aged 71."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1985 Ref 1985/49213 born 3 December 1893."

Selina Emily ARMSTRONG

#33747, b. 8 October 1892, d. 23 May 1941
Last Edited=19 Sep 2020
     Her married name was LAWRENCE.1
Selina Emily ARMSTRONG was born on 8 October 1892 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Selina married Charles Alfred LAWRENCE, son of Edward Daniel LAWRENCE and Eleanor Dines HALSTEAD, in 1922 at New Zealand.1
Her husband, Charles, died on 12 January 1937 at Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 70.2
Selina died on 23 May 1941 at Waikato, New Zealand, at the age of 48.3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 24 May 1941 at at Auckland, New Zealand, LAWRENCE.—
On May 23. at her late residence. Seddon Street, Te Kuiti: Selina Emily, loved wife ot the late Alfred and beloved mother of Alma, sister of Mrs. W. Jones. Te Kuiti, and A. H. Armstrong. Plo Plo: aged 48. At rest. Funeral Monday. Also Richard Ernest Armstrong (brother), who passed away at Melbourne on May 12.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1922 Ref 1922/9754."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1937 Ref 1937/17918 aged 59."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume LXXII, Issue 121, 24 May 1941."

Annie Mary BRIGHAM

#33748, b. 15 July 1870, d. 3 December 1943
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Her married name was JACOBS.1,2
Annie Mary BRIGHAM was born on 15 July 1870 at Auckland, New Zealand.3 She was the daughter of James McRae BRIGHAM and Elizabeth Dines HALSTEAD.

Appears in a newspaper article on on 23 February 1901 at at Auckland, New Zealand, The marriage of Miss Annie Brigham, daughter of Mr J. M. Brigham, secretary of the Auckland Harbour Board, to Mr F. G. Jacobs, R.N., of H.M.S. lyarralsatta, was solempised at St. Mary's Cathedral this afternoon. The shipping in port was decorated with bunting to-day in honour of the event.2
Annie married Frederick George JACOBS on 23 February 1901 at St Mary's Cathedral, Auckland, New Zealand.1,2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 2 March 1901 at at New Zealand Quite a crowd collected at St. Mary's Cathedral, Parnell, last Saturday afternoon, to see the wedding of Miss Brigham to Mr Jacobs, of H.M.S. Karrakatta. The only man-of-war in port just now, the Archer, sent all its officers and men to grace the proceedings, and the result was an awfully pretty naval wedding — a unique sight for Auckland. The porch of St. Mary's was hung with flags, the Jack Tars lined the aisle, and the officers in full dress uniform of lots of gold lace and cocked hate, and the really lovely frocks of the wedding party and guests made a very pretty scene. The bride, a pretty, fair girl, wore a most exquisite dress of rich ivory satin trimmed with beautiful Maltese lace. She was presented with a lovely bouquet, tied with black and gold streamers, by Lieutenant Wells, the best man. The bridesmaids, Misses Brigham (2), and Miss Halstead, all wore pretty white silk frocks and veils.
After the ceremony, a reception was held at ' Marino,' Mr Brigham's charming residence. The wide verandahs were draped with flags, and when the sailors, who were all present, danced on the lawn, the scene was a most animated one. The cake was cut with the bridegroom's sword and the health of the bride and groom proposed by Canon McMurray. Mr and Mrs Jacobs left for Sydney by the Waikarie on Monday evening. Among the guests were Commander Tilly and the officers 'of the 'Abarenda, Lieut. and Mrs Dixon, Lieut. and Mrs Lewis, of H.M.S. Archer, Mr and Mrs Hugh Campbell, Mr and Mrs Dillingham, Miss Outhwaite, Mrs T. Morrin, and Mr and Mrs Walter Lawry (who are here on a visit from Sydney). Mrs Brigham, the bride's mother, wore pale grey silk and pretty pink bonnet; Mrs Weetman, pale blue silk and black hat ; Mrs Lawrence, fawn costume ; Miss Halstead and Mr and Mrs W. Brigham were of the wedding party. Mr Savage, and Miss Savage, wearing a pretty pale grey costume and white hat ; Mrs Moss Davis, black and white; Miss Davis, very stylish pink frock and feather trimmed hat ; Mrs Alexander, black dress, blue hat ; Mrs A. Davis, creme costume, most becoming grey and pink hat ; Mrs Dixon was much admired, wearing white.4
Her husband, Frederick, died on 31 October 1927 at The Old Vicarage, Ashbocking, Suffolk, England, at the age of 64.5,6 Annie Mary JACOBS was the executor of Frederick George JACOBS's estate granted on 13 December 1927 at Ipswich, Suffolk, England; £2,440 14s 8d.6
Annie died on 3 December 1943 at Chatham Islands, New Zealand, at the age of 73.7

Research Note: There is an entry on https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/205966648/annie-mary-jacobs which is her. why she should be 500 miles of the NZ coast on a remote island is anyones guess.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1901 Ref 1901/5638."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XXXII, Issue 46, 23 February 1901."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1870 Ref 1870/14970."
  4. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Observer, Volume XXI, Issue 1157, 2 March 1901."
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q4 1927 - Ref 4a 966 - Bosmere aged 64."
  6. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).
  7. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1943 Ref 1943/25427 aged 73."

John Sylvester BRIGHAM

#33749, b. 24 December 1871, d. 26 April 1940
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     John Sylvester BRIGHAM was born on 24 December 1871 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 He was the son of James McRae BRIGHAM and Elizabeth Dines HALSTEAD.
John married Marion Matilda WRIGHT on 13 March 1897 at St Mary's Cathedral, Auckland, New Zealand.2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 20 March 1897 at at New Zealand A fashionable and very prettily arranged wedding was solemnised on Saturday last, the contracting couple being Mr J. Sylvester Brigham, eldest son of Mr J. M. Brigham of Parnell, and Miss Marion Wright, youngest daughter of Dr. Wright also of Parnell. The ceremony took place in St. Mary'a pro-Cathedral, in the presence of a large number of guests and interested spectators, the Rev. G. MacMurray officiating. The bride was given away by her father, and looked very dainty and charming in a beautiful trained gown of rich white silk, prettily trimmed with chiffon and sprays of orange blossoms, coronet of orange blossoms and long tulle veil. She carried a beautiful shower bouquet, and wore a handsome gold bangle, both gifts from the bridegrom. The bridesmaids were the Misses Brigham, Whitson, Marrop, and Hattie Brigham. They wore charming white dresses with wide folded belts, and sleeves of white satin, stylish picture hats of white felt, trimmed with ostrich tips and satin ribbon, and each carried a white shepherdess crook adorned with autumn berries and ribbons. After the ceremony the crooks were held up to form an arch under which the bride and bridegroom passed down the aisle to the vestry. The bridegroom's gifts to the bridesmaids were pretty gold and amethyst bangles. Mr McCrea Brigham acted as best man, and Messrs Lawrence and Whitson as groomsmen. The guests were subsequently entertained at afternoon tea by Dr and Mrs Wright at their residence. Mr and Mrs Brigham left on Monday by the Waihora to spend their honeymoon in Sydney.3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 6 August 1927 at at Auckland, New Zealand, PERSONALITIES OF THE WEEK.
Mr. John Sylvester Brigham was born to official life, for his father, Mr. J. McCrae Brigham, was for many years secretary and treasurer of the Auckland Harbour Board, a of striking personality, and one whose mind was made up. The Town Clerk was born in Auckland, and ardently believes that it is to have a splendid future. For six years in his earlier life, Mr. Brigham was with the Bank of New South Wales, and thereafter was local secretary for the Thames Hauraki Goldlields and Austin Friers Syndicate. Twenty-seven years ago he joined the staff of tho city treasury. He succeeded to his preseut position when Mr. Wilson retired. The most remarkable advance in Auckland history has taken place during Mr. Brigham's occupancy of his present position.4

Appears in a newspaper article on on 22 September 1927 at at New Zealand THREE MEN IN A BOAT
(From "N.Z. Truth's" Special Auckland Representative.)
NOT on the late Jerome K. Jerome's hilariously eventful trip down the River Thames, but on Lake Waikare, forty miles from Auckland oity. It was July 31, the last day of the duok-shooting season, and a trio of sportsmen — well-known Auckland citizens — set out to make a "bird" of the olosing hours of their licenoe.
But, alas! ere the setting sun dropped the curtain of protection o'er the wild-fowl world, the fowlers had fouled the laws of the Acclimatisation Society and they themselves were "bagged" by the ranger.
Fowling-pieces gleaming, ammunition aplenty and a favorable wind, John Sylvester Brigham, Holbrook A. Chatfield and Bertram Noakes set out in their little punt.
Wrapped m that glowing and oongenial feeling of goodfellowship that is characteristic of the hunting party — and so often inspires the confidence of a "reoord bag" — the sportsmen set out their decoys.
Unfortunately for the duck-shooters, these cork specimens of the swlftwlnged fowl are attractive to more than their animated brethren and to officers of the Acclimatisation Society, they hold equal charm.
On this particular occasion, while the city sportsmen were engrossed with the number of live members of the feathered game that might flutter down to the apparently peaceful and tempting ripples of the lake, there "duoked" upon the scene the ranger, who immediately oonoerned himself with the number of gaily-plumed deboys that floated m the neighborhood of the shooters.
A tally and a quiok calculation with his practised eye over the area m whioh bobbed the quackless quack-quacks — and the ranger was satisfied that the Aucklanders had committed a breaoh of the regulations.
Lawyer Johnston appeared for the three sportsmen when their oase was heard before Magistrate Hunt. It was, he said, because they had no suitable "stool" or place of concealment wherein to wait for the game, that they had gone out into the open.
His olients very much regretted the incident, but they had taken an erroneous view of the regulations.
Lawyer West, for the Acclimatisation Bociety, explained how the sportsmen had committed an infringement of the law.
Whereas the number of deooys placed m an area of 100 square yards or less must not exceed twenty-five, the defendants had a flook of forty-nine
They had offered to reimburse all the expenses caused to the Boclety and had "acted as the society would expeot true sportsmen to act."
A flnd of 40/- each was Imposed.5
John died on 26 April 1940 at Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 68.6

Appears in a newspaper article on on 27 April 1940 at at Auckland, New Zealand, DEATHS.
BRIGHAM
. —On April 26. John Silvester beloved husband of Marlon Matilda Interred this afternoon at Purewa.7

Children of John Sylvester BRIGHAM and Marion Matilda WRIGHT

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1872 Ref 1872/13415."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1897 Ref 1897/3791."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Observer, Volume XVI, Issue 951, 20 March 1897."
  4. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume LVIII, Issue 184, 6 August 1927."
  5. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "NZ Truth, Issue 1138, 22 September 1927."
  6. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1940 Ref 1940/23271 aged 69."
  7. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume LXXI, Issue 99, 27 April 1940."

James BRIGHAM

#33750, b. 1873, d. 11 November 1901
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     James BRIGHAM was born in 1873 at New Zealand.1 He was the son of James McRae BRIGHAM and Elizabeth Dines HALSTEAD.
James died on 11 November 1901 at Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1873 Ref 1873/21539."

Hattie May BRIGHAM

#33751, b. 1877, d. 10 December 1917
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Her married name was HUGHES.1
Hattie May BRIGHAM was born in 1877 at Auckland, New Zealand.2 She was the daughter of James McRae BRIGHAM and Elizabeth Dines HALSTEAD.
Hattie married Harry Rockford HUGHES on 23 December 1905 at New Zealand.1
Hattie died on 10 December 1917 at Auckland, New Zealand.3,4

Child of Hattie May BRIGHAM and Harry Rockford HUGHES

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1905 Ref 1905/2828."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1877 Ref 1877/3676."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1917 Ref 1917/7673 aged 37."
  4. [S10560] Website Find-a-Grave Website (http://www.findagrave.com).

Eleanor Elizabeth Dines BRIGHAM

#33752, b. 1884, d. 7 May 1933
Last Edited=20 Sep 2020
     Her married name was REED.1
Eleanor Elizabeth Dines BRIGHAM was born in 1884 at Auckland, New Zealand.2 She was the daughter of James McRae BRIGHAM and Elizabeth Dines HALSTEAD.
Eleanor married Herbert Saunders REED on 11 February 1913 at St Paul, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.1,3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 15 February 1913 at at New Zealand THE SOCIAL SPHERE
A PICTURESQUE wedding was that of Miss Eleanor Dines Brigham, daughter of the late Mr J. M. Brigham, of Parnell, and Mr Herbert S. Reed, M. A., of Exeter, England. The Rev. Hawkins conducted the service at St. Mary's Cathedral, and Dr. Thomas played the Wedding March. Mr Sylvester Brigham gave away his sister, who was beautifully dressed in a gown of ivory Duchesse satin, the square train being covered with exquisite Maltese lace and further ornamented with silk flowers. She also wore a chaplet of orange blossoms to which was attached a lovely veil, and she carried a beautiful bouquet.

Four charming little girls attended the bride, viz., Mavis, Marion, and Hettie Brigham, nieces of the bride, and Freda Shaw. All looked sweetly pretty in white lace dresses. Two had pink sashes and wreaths of pink rosebuds in their hair, and two wore blue sashes and wreaths of forget-me-nots. They carried posy bouquets to match and their gifts from the bridegroom, were turquoise brooches. Mrs Weetman, the bride's aunt, gave the reception and breakfast at her residence, Remuera, after which the newly-married couple left on their honeymoon tour, the bride travelling in a creme toilette. Mr and Mrs Reed leave for their home in England, on Monday.

Mrs Sylvester Brigham wore blue floral ninon, white and blue hat. Mrs Rochefort Hughes, sister of the bride, white silk and ninon, white hat with variegated chiffon. Miss Brigham, blue toilette. Mrs W. W. Philson, black ninon over emerald silk, black hat. Mrs J. Tole, grey silk veiled with embroidered ninon, black hat. Miss Tole, white dress and hat. Mrs Biss, grey costume, black and white bonnet. Miss Biss, pale blue charmeuse, white tunic, large black hat with white rosette. Mrs Oxley, grey embroidered voile, amethyst hat. Miss Kennedy, grey cloth dress, large white ha twith wreath of pink roses.3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 19 February 1913 at at Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand, The marriage of Miss Eleanor Brigham, daughter of the late Mr J. M. Brigham, Auckland, to Mr Herbert S. Reed, M.A., of Exeter, England, took place at St Mary's Cathedral Church last Saturday afternoon. The service was performed by the Rev Mr Hawkins, and Dr Thomas presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr Sylvester Brigham, wore ivory duehesse satin, the square court train being covered with silk Maltese lace caught at one side with a large silk lily. Her bridal veil was worn over a wreath of orange blossoms. Four little girls attended as bridesmaids, namely, the Misses Mavis, Marion and Hettie Brigham (nieces or the bride), and little Miss Freda Shiw They wore pretty frocks of white lace, with pink and blue sashes, and wreaths of forget-me-nots and pink rosebuds. They carried posies of pink rosebuds tied with ribbon and wore turquoise brooches, the gift of the bridegroom. A reception was held at "La Gloria," the residence of Mrs Weetman (aunt of the bride), after which Mr and Mrs Reed left on their honeymoon by motor, the famous Waitomo Caves being included in their trip. They are to return to Auckland in a few days, and leave for their future home in England by the next Sydney boat.4
Eleanor died on 7 May 1933 at The Droog, Old Cleeve, Washford, Taunton, Somersetshire, England.5,6 Her estate was probated on 9 June 1933 at Exeter, Devon, England. The estate was valued at £261 17s 6d.5

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1913 Ref 1913/2081."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1884 Ref 1884/11012."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Observer, Volume XXXIII, Issue 23, 15 February 1913."
  4. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Star (Christchurch), Issue 10698, 19 February 1913."
  5. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q2 1933 - Ref 5c 275 - Williton aged 48."

Frederick George JACOBS

#33753, b. 23 April 1863, d. 31 October 1927
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Frederick George JACOBS was born on 23 April 1863 at Mile End, Middlesex, England.1 He witnessed His Royal Navy record is on file after download from the National Archives in 1900.

Appears in a newspaper article on on 23 February 1901 at at Auckland, New Zealand, The marriage of Miss Annie Brigham, daughter of Mr J. M. Brigham, secretary of the Auckland Harbour Board, to Mr F. G. Jacobs, R.N., of H.M.S. lyarralsatta, was solempised at St. Mary's Cathedral this afternoon. The shipping in port was decorated with bunting to-day in honour of the event.2
Frederick married Annie Mary BRIGHAM, daughter of James McRae BRIGHAM and Elizabeth Dines HALSTEAD, on 23 February 1901 at St Mary's Cathedral, Auckland, New Zealand.3,2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 2 March 1901 at at New Zealand Quite a crowd collected at St. Mary's Cathedral, Parnell, last Saturday afternoon, to see the wedding of Miss Brigham to Mr Jacobs, of H.M.S. Karrakatta. The only man-of-war in port just now, the Archer, sent all its officers and men to grace the proceedings, and the result was an awfully pretty naval wedding — a unique sight for Auckland. The porch of St. Mary's was hung with flags, the Jack Tars lined the aisle, and the officers in full dress uniform of lots of gold lace and cocked hate, and the really lovely frocks of the wedding party and guests made a very pretty scene. The bride, a pretty, fair girl, wore a most exquisite dress of rich ivory satin trimmed with beautiful Maltese lace. She was presented with a lovely bouquet, tied with black and gold streamers, by Lieutenant Wells, the best man. The bridesmaids, Misses Brigham (2), and Miss Halstead, all wore pretty white silk frocks and veils.
After the ceremony, a reception was held at ' Marino,' Mr Brigham's charming residence. The wide verandahs were draped with flags, and when the sailors, who were all present, danced on the lawn, the scene was a most animated one. The cake was cut with the bridegroom's sword and the health of the bride and groom proposed by Canon McMurray. Mr and Mrs Jacobs left for Sydney by the Waikarie on Monday evening. Among the guests were Commander Tilly and the officers 'of the 'Abarenda, Lieut. and Mrs Dixon, Lieut. and Mrs Lewis, of H.M.S. Archer, Mr and Mrs Hugh Campbell, Mr and Mrs Dillingham, Miss Outhwaite, Mrs T. Morrin, and Mr and Mrs Walter Lawry (who are here on a visit from Sydney). Mrs Brigham, the bride's mother, wore pale grey silk and pretty pink bonnet; Mrs Weetman, pale blue silk and black hat ; Mrs Lawrence, fawn costume ; Miss Halstead and Mr and Mrs W. Brigham were of the wedding party. Mr Savage, and Miss Savage, wearing a pretty pale grey costume and white hat ; Mrs Moss Davis, black and white; Miss Davis, very stylish pink frock and feather trimmed hat ; Mrs Alexander, black dress, blue hat ; Mrs A. Davis, creme costume, most becoming grey and pink hat ; Mrs Dixon was much admired, wearing white.4
Frederick died on 31 October 1927 at The Old Vicarage, Ashbocking, Suffolk, England, at the age of 64.5,6 His estate was probated on 13 December 1927 at Ipswich, Suffolk, England. The estate was valued at £2,440 14s 8d.6

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] GRO Indexes to Births. "Q2 1863 - Ref 1c 577 - Mile End."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XXXII, Issue 46, 23 February 1901."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1901 Ref 1901/5638."
  4. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Observer, Volume XXI, Issue 1157, 2 March 1901."
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q4 1927 - Ref 4a 966 - Bosmere aged 64."
  6. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).

Harry Rockford HUGHES

#33754, b. 1875, d. 5 October 1941
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Harry Rockford HUGHES was born in 1875 at Dudley, Staffordshire, England.1
Harry married Hattie May BRIGHAM, daughter of James McRae BRIGHAM and Elizabeth Dines HALSTEAD, on 23 December 1905 at New Zealand.2
His wife, Hattie, died on 10 December 1917 at Auckland, New Zealand.3,4
Harry married Louie GOUDIE in 1919 at New Zealand.5
Harry died on 5 October 1941 at St Helies, Auckland, New Zealand.6

Obituary of Harry Rockford HUGHES: on 6 October 1941 at New Zealand OBITUARY
CAPTAIN H. R. HUGHES EXPERT IN GABLE REPAIRS (P.A.)
AUCKLAND, Oct. 5.
A retired master mariner, with an unsurpassed record of submarine cable work fn the Pacific, Captain Harry Rockford Hughes, died yesterday at his home in St. Heliers. Aged 66, Captain Hughes was born in Worcestershire, and served his apprenticeship in sail for some years, including the Boer War period, when he was a junior officer in the Union Castle Line, between British ports and South Africa,

In 1903 he joined the marine staff of the Pacific Cable Board as fourth officer of the cable ship lris, which had just been built to the board’s order for repair and maintenance work. He with the vessel continuously for nearly 30 years, eventually becoming her commander. He retired in 1932.

During his long service, _ Captain Hughes established a very high reputation as an expert in laying and repairing cables. He carried on this work in Australian, New Zealand, Polynesian, and Canadian waters, often under conditions which tested the skill and endurance of the ship’s company to the utmost, and he was called upon frequently to undertake repairs to cable in Cook Strait for the New Zealand Government. Among shipmasters, he was known as an extraordinarily skilful navigator, and he accomplished many remarkable feats, quickly locating cable faults at points far distant from land. When, the Ins was armed and sent out from Auckland in the last war to search for Count von Luckner, who had escaped from internment on Motuihi Island, Captain Hughes was in command of the shore party at the Kermadec Islands where tho Germans were recaptured. Later, the Iris was renamed the Recorder, and passed to the ownership of Cable and Wireless Ltd., which no longer operates her from Auckland.

After his retirement Captain Hughes did a large amount of coastal pilotage work for overseas shipping companies. He is survived by his wife, a daughter, and a son. Flight-lieutenant S. W. R. Hughes, of the Royal Air Force.7

Child of Harry Rockford HUGHES and Hattie May BRIGHAM

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] GRO Indexes to Births. "Q1 1875 - Ref 6c 156 - Dudley."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1905 Ref 1905/2828."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1917 Ref 1917/7673 aged 37."
  4. [S10560] Website Find-a-Grave Website (http://www.findagrave.com).
  5. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1919 Ref 1919/5797."
  6. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1941 Ref 1941/26706 aged 66."
  7. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Evening Star, Issue 24008, 6 October 1941."

Louie GOUDIE

#33755, b. 7 February 1891, d. 1976
Last Edited=19 Sep 2020
     Her married name was HUGHES.1
Louie GOUDIE was born on 7 February 1891 at New Zealand.2
Louie married Harry Rockford HUGHES in 1919 at New Zealand.1
Her husband, Harry, died on 5 October 1941 at St Helies, Auckland, New Zealand.3
Louie died in 1976 at New Zealand.4

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1919 Ref 1919/5797."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1891 Ref 1891/152."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1941 Ref 1941/26706 aged 66."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1976 Ref 1976/4075 born 7 February 1891."

Sidney Weetman Rochford HUGHES

#33756, b. 1914
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Sidney Weetman Rochford HUGHES was born in 1914 at New Zealand.1 He was the son of Harry Rockford HUGHES and Hattie May BRIGHAM.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1914 Ref 1914/7889."

Herbert Saunders REED

#33757, b. 1886, d. 23 September 1950
Last Edited=20 Sep 2020
     Herbert Saunders REED was born in 1886 at Cullompton, Devon, England.1
Herbert married Eleanor Elizabeth Dines BRIGHAM, daughter of James McRae BRIGHAM and Elizabeth Dines HALSTEAD, on 11 February 1913 at St Paul, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.2,3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 15 February 1913 at at New Zealand THE SOCIAL SPHERE
A PICTURESQUE wedding was that of Miss Eleanor Dines Brigham, daughter of the late Mr J. M. Brigham, of Parnell, and Mr Herbert S. Reed, M. A., of Exeter, England. The Rev. Hawkins conducted the service at St. Mary's Cathedral, and Dr. Thomas played the Wedding March. Mr Sylvester Brigham gave away his sister, who was beautifully dressed in a gown of ivory Duchesse satin, the square train being covered with exquisite Maltese lace and further ornamented with silk flowers. She also wore a chaplet of orange blossoms to which was attached a lovely veil, and she carried a beautiful bouquet.

Four charming little girls attended the bride, viz., Mavis, Marion, and Hettie Brigham, nieces of the bride, and Freda Shaw. All looked sweetly pretty in white lace dresses. Two had pink sashes and wreaths of pink rosebuds in their hair, and two wore blue sashes and wreaths of forget-me-nots. They carried posy bouquets to match and their gifts from the bridegroom, were turquoise brooches. Mrs Weetman, the bride's aunt, gave the reception and breakfast at her residence, Remuera, after which the newly-married couple left on their honeymoon tour, the bride travelling in a creme toilette. Mr and Mrs Reed leave for their home in England, on Monday.

Mrs Sylvester Brigham wore blue floral ninon, white and blue hat. Mrs Rochefort Hughes, sister of the bride, white silk and ninon, white hat with variegated chiffon. Miss Brigham, blue toilette. Mrs W. W. Philson, black ninon over emerald silk, black hat. Mrs J. Tole, grey silk veiled with embroidered ninon, black hat. Miss Tole, white dress and hat. Mrs Biss, grey costume, black and white bonnet. Miss Biss, pale blue charmeuse, white tunic, large black hat with white rosette. Mrs Oxley, grey embroidered voile, amethyst hat. Miss Kennedy, grey cloth dress, large white ha twith wreath of pink roses.3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 19 February 1913 at at Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand, The marriage of Miss Eleanor Brigham, daughter of the late Mr J. M. Brigham, Auckland, to Mr Herbert S. Reed, M.A., of Exeter, England, took place at St Mary's Cathedral Church last Saturday afternoon. The service was performed by the Rev Mr Hawkins, and Dr Thomas presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr Sylvester Brigham, wore ivory duehesse satin, the square court train being covered with silk Maltese lace caught at one side with a large silk lily. Her bridal veil was worn over a wreath of orange blossoms. Four little girls attended as bridesmaids, namely, the Misses Mavis, Marion and Hettie Brigham (nieces or the bride), and little Miss Freda Shiw They wore pretty frocks of white lace, with pink and blue sashes, and wreaths of forget-me-nots and pink rosebuds. They carried posies of pink rosebuds tied with ribbon and wore turquoise brooches, the gift of the bridegroom. A reception was held at "La Gloria," the residence of Mrs Weetman (aunt of the bride), after which Mr and Mrs Reed left on their honeymoon by motor, the famous Waitomo Caves being included in their trip. They are to return to Auckland in a few days, and leave for their future home in England by the next Sydney boat.4
His wife, Eleanor, died on 7 May 1933 at The Droog, Old Cleeve, Washford, Taunton, Somersetshire, England.5,6 Herbert Saunders REED was the executor of Eleanor Elizabeth Dines BRIGHAM's estate granted on 9 June 1933 at Exeter, Devon, England; £261 17s 6d.5
Herbert married Eunice Violet TURNER in 1935 at Westminster, Middlesex, England.7 He was listed in the 1939Register taken on 29 September 1939 at Elliscombe, Dunster, Somersetshire, England. He was married, a Paper Manufacturer (Managing Director), born 26 October 1886.8
Herbert died on 23 September 1950 at Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club, Minehead, Somersetshire, England.9,5

Obituary of Herbert Saunders REED: on 29 September 1950 at Exeter, Devon, MR. H. S. REED Sudden Death On Golf Course While playing on the Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club course on Saturday in the annual competition for the captain's prize, Mr. Herbert Saunders Reed, M.A , of Ellicombe, near Minehead, collapsed and died within a few minutes. Mr. Reed, who was aged 63, was director of Messrs. Reed and Smith, Cullompton, and until a few years ago of the Wansbrough Paper Co., Watchet. He was brother of Sir Arthur Reed, former MP. for Exeter, and the third son of the late Mr. William Henry Reed, head of Messrs. Reed and Smith. Another brother, Edgar Reed, who was managing director the Wangbrough Paper Co., died about a month ago. Mr. Herbert Reed was a popular personality in West Somerset, where he had resided for some 30 years. He was a vice-president of Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club and a playing member earlier years of the West Somerset Polo Club. Among various public offices which he held, he was chairman of Minehead Grammar School, commissioner of land tax, member of Williton Rural Council, and president of Watchet British Legion.10 His estate was probated on 21 November 1950 at London, England. The estate was valued at £38,166 2s 11d.5

Sources of Information:

  1. [S1] GRO Indexes to Births. "Q4 1886 - Ref 5b 415 - Tiverton."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1913 Ref 1913/2081."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Observer, Volume XXXIII, Issue 23, 15 February 1913."
  4. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Star (Christchurch), Issue 10698, 19 February 1913."
  5. [S14] Website National Probate Indexes for England & Wales (https://probatesearch.service.gov.uk/#wills).
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q2 1933 - Ref 5c 275 - Williton aged 48."
  7. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q1 1935 - Ref 1a 816 - Westminster."
  8. [S30] 1939 Register : (online image) "RG101/7094e/004."
  9. [S3] GRO Indexes to Deaths. "Q3 1950 - Ref 7c 116 - Exmoor aged 63."
  10. [S31] Website British Newspaper Archive (http://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk).

Marion Matilda WRIGHT

#33758, b. 1872, d. 7 October 1946
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Her married name was BRIGHAM.1
Marion Matilda WRIGHT was born in 1872 at New Zealand.
Marion married John Sylvester BRIGHAM, son of James McRae BRIGHAM and Elizabeth Dines HALSTEAD, on 13 March 1897 at St Mary's Cathedral, Auckland, New Zealand.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 20 March 1897 at at New Zealand A fashionable and very prettily arranged wedding was solemnised on Saturday last, the contracting couple being Mr J. Sylvester Brigham, eldest son of Mr J. M. Brigham of Parnell, and Miss Marion Wright, youngest daughter of Dr. Wright also of Parnell. The ceremony took place in St. Mary'a pro-Cathedral, in the presence of a large number of guests and interested spectators, the Rev. G. MacMurray officiating. The bride was given away by her father, and looked very dainty and charming in a beautiful trained gown of rich white silk, prettily trimmed with chiffon and sprays of orange blossoms, coronet of orange blossoms and long tulle veil. She carried a beautiful shower bouquet, and wore a handsome gold bangle, both gifts from the bridegrom. The bridesmaids were the Misses Brigham, Whitson, Marrop, and Hattie Brigham. They wore charming white dresses with wide folded belts, and sleeves of white satin, stylish picture hats of white felt, trimmed with ostrich tips and satin ribbon, and each carried a white shepherdess crook adorned with autumn berries and ribbons. After the ceremony the crooks were held up to form an arch under which the bride and bridegroom passed down the aisle to the vestry. The bridegroom's gifts to the bridesmaids were pretty gold and amethyst bangles. Mr McCrea Brigham acted as best man, and Messrs Lawrence and Whitson as groomsmen. The guests were subsequently entertained at afternoon tea by Dr and Mrs Wright at their residence. Mr and Mrs Brigham left on Monday by the Waihora to spend their honeymoon in Sydney.2
Her husband, John, died on 26 April 1940 at Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand, at the age of 68.3
Marion died on 7 October 1946 at Auckland, New Zealand.4

Children of Marion Matilda WRIGHT and John Sylvester BRIGHAM

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1897 Ref 1897/3791."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Observer, Volume XVI, Issue 951, 20 March 1897."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1940 Ref 1940/23271 aged 69."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1946 Ref 1946/34698 aged 74."

Mavis L'Ansdell BRIGHAM

#33759, b. 1898, d. 1932
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Mavis L'Ansdell BRIGHAM was born in 1898 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 She was the daughter of John Sylvester BRIGHAM and Marion Matilda WRIGHT. Mavis L'Ansdell BRIGHAM was a Bridesmaid at the marriage of Herbert Saunders REED and Eleanor Elizabeth Dines BRIGHAM on 11 February 1913 at St Paul, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.2,3
Mavis died in 1932 at New Zealand.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1898 Ref 1898/6386."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1913 Ref 1913/2081."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Observer, Volume XXXIII, Issue 23, 15 February 1913."

Marion Elizabeth Dines BRIGHAM

#33760, b. 1903, d. 1970
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Marion Elizabeth Dines BRIGHAM was born in 1903 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 She was the daughter of John Sylvester BRIGHAM and Marion Matilda WRIGHT. Marion Elizabeth Dines BRIGHAM was a Bridesmaid at the marriage of Herbert Saunders REED and Eleanor Elizabeth Dines BRIGHAM on 11 February 1913 at St Paul, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.2,3
Marion died in 1970 at New Zealand.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1903 Ref 1903/1504."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1913 Ref 1913/2081."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Observer, Volume XXXIII, Issue 23, 15 February 1913."

Hattie May BRIGHAM

#33761, b. 1905, d. 30 September 1958
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Hattie May BRIGHAM was born in 1905 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 She was the daughter of John Sylvester BRIGHAM and Marion Matilda WRIGHT. Hattie May BRIGHAM was a Bridesmaid at the marriage of Herbert Saunders REED and Eleanor Elizabeth Dines BRIGHAM on 11 February 1913 at St Paul, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.2,3
Hattie died on 30 September 1958 at Los Angeles, California, United States of America.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1905 Ref 1905/1825."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1913 Ref 1913/2081."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Observer, Volume XXXIII, Issue 23, 15 February 1913."

Ephraim STEVENSON

#33762, b. 1870
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Ephraim STEVENSON was born in 1870 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 He was the son of James STEVENSON and Emily Dines HALSTEAD.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1870 Ref 1870/15318."

Allan WATERHOUSE

#33763
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Appears in a newspaper article on on 13 July 1876 at at Auckland, New Zealand, The flutter of excitement which betokens a wedding was observable in the purlieus of St. Matthew's Church this morning. We learn that the occasion was the celebration of the nuptial rite between Mr Allan Waterhouse and Miss Sarah Halstead. The ceremoßy was performed by the Rev R. S. Hassard. Mr T. Halstead gave away the bride, and Mr Debney officiated as "best man." The bridesmaids were Miss Halstead, Miss Cardinal, Miss Williams, the Misses Plumley (2), and Miss Hyde.1
Allan married Sarah Dines HALSTEAD, daughter of Leigh Dines HALSTEAD and Ann KENSEY, on 13 July 1876 at New Zealand.2,1

Children of Allan WATERHOUSE and Sarah Dines HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume VII, Issue 2005, 13 July 1876."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1876 Ref 1876/2443."

Edith Helen WATERHOUSE

#33764, b. 1879
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Her married name was MARKHAM.1
Edith Helen WATERHOUSE was born in 1879 at Auckland, New Zealand.2 She was the daughter of Allan WATERHOUSE and Sarah Dines HALSTEAD.
Edith married Henry MARKHAM in 1905 at Auckland, New Zealand.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1905 Ref 1905/5466."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1879 Ref 1879/4071."

Emily Dines WATERHOUSE

#33765, b. 1880
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Her married name was LEMON.1
Emily Dines WATERHOUSE was born in 1880 at Auckland, New Zealand.2 She was the daughter of Allan WATERHOUSE and Sarah Dines HALSTEAD.
Emily married Frederick John LEMON in 1937.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1937 Ref 1937/11448."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1880 Ref 1880/16176."

May WATERHOUSE

#33766, b. 1882
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     May WATERHOUSE was born in 1882 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 She was the daughter of Allan WATERHOUSE and Sarah Dines HALSTEAD.

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1882 Ref 1882/9177."

Allen WATERHOUSE

#33767, b. 14 October 1885, d. 8 December 1885
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Allen WATERHOUSE was born on 14 October 1885 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 He was the son of Allan WATERHOUSE and Sarah Dines HALSTEAD.
Allen died on 8 December 1885 at Auckland, New Zealand.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1885 Ref 1885/14286."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1885 Ref 1885/4291 - aged 7w."

Frederick John LEMON

#33768
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Frederick married Emily Dines WATERHOUSE, daughter of Allan WATERHOUSE and Sarah Dines HALSTEAD, in 1937.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1937 Ref 1937/11448."

Henry MARKHAM

#33769
Last Edited=12 Sep 2020
     Henry married Edith Helen WATERHOUSE, daughter of Allan WATERHOUSE and Sarah Dines HALSTEAD, in 1905 at Auckland, New Zealand.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1905 Ref 1905/5466."

Kate Dines HALSTEAD

#33770, b. 1888, d. 1964
Last Edited=15 Sep 2020
     Her married name was NICHOLSON.1
Kate Dines HALSTEAD was born in 1888 at Auckland, New Zealand.2 She was the daughter of Thomas Dines HALSTEAD and Isabella Louisa EDGAR.
Kate married George Richard NICHOLSON in 1912 at New Zealand.1
Her husband, George, died on 12 August 1948 at Auckland, New Zealand.
Kate died in 1964 at Auckland, New Zealand.

Child of Kate Dines HALSTEAD and George Richard NICHOLSON

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1912 Ref 1912/6034."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1888 Ref 1888/5254."

Maud Ann Dines HALSTEAD

#33771, b. 1891, d. 19 September 1917
Last Edited=15 Sep 2020
     Maud Ann Dines HALSTEAD was born in 1891 at Auckland, New Zealand.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Dines HALSTEAD and Isabella Louisa EDGAR.
Maud died on 19 September 1917 at 21 Sheehan Street, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand.2,3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 20 September 1917 at at Auckland, New Zealand, HALSTEAD.—On September 19, 1917. at her mother's residence, 21. Sheehan Street. Ponsonby, Clssv Dines, second beloved daughter of Bella and the late T. D. Halstead. veterinary surgeon. Private interment. By- request, no mourning.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1891 Ref 1891/1047."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1917 Ref 1917/2922 aged 26."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Auckland Star, Volume XLVIII, Issue 225, 20 September 1917."

Winifred Ivy Dines HALSTEAD

#33772, b. 1884, d. 1967
Last Edited=13 Sep 2020
     Her married name was BURT.1
Winifred Ivy Dines HALSTEAD was born in 1884 at Auckland, New Zealand.2 She was the daughter of Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS.
Winifred married Andrew BURT in 1915.1
Her husband, Andrew, died on 23 October 1959 at New Zealand.3
Winifred died in 1967 at New Zealand.4

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1915 Ref 1915/2462."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1884 Ref 1884/567."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1959 Ref 1959/35816 aged 76."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1967 Ref 1967/26906 aged 83."

Andrew BURT

#33773, b. 1883, d. 23 October 1959
Last Edited=13 Sep 2020
     Andrew BURT was born in 1883 at Newmaains, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
Andrew married Winifred Ivy Dines HALSTEAD, daughter of Edward Dines HALSTEAD and Hannah Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS, in 1915.1
Andrew died on 23 October 1959 at New Zealand.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1915 Ref 1915/2462."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1959 Ref 1959/35816 aged 76."

Mary METCALFE

#33774, b. 1833, d. 1896
Last Edited=8 Oct 2020
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.1
Mary METCALFE was born in 1833 at Yorkshire, England.
Mary married William HALSTEAD, son of John HALSTEAD and Nancy ROTHWELL, on 6 August 1859 at New Church, Square Road Independent, Halifax, Yorkshire, England. She was 26, a spinster residing in ? Road, Halifax. Her father was listed as William METCALFE (deceased), a Farmer. married in the New Church, Square Road, according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Independents, by Licence. The marriage was witnesses by John HALLIWELL and Mary SKELTON.2,1
Mary died in 1896 at New Zealand.

Children of Mary METCALFE and William HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S2] GRO Indexes to Marriages. "Q3 1859 - Ref 9a 582 - Halifax."
  2. [S5] Original marriage certificate held - Copy available - See certificates page.

Thomas KILLEY

#33775
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Thomas married Fanny HALSTEAD, daughter of John HALSTEAD and Nancy ROTHWELL, on 9 October 1877 at Pleasant Point, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1,2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 16 October 1877 at at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand, KILLEY—HALSTEAD.
On October 9, at her brother's residence, Pleasant Point, by the Rev. James Preston, Thomas Killey, late of Ramsey, Isle of Man, to Fanny, only daughter of John Halstead, formerly of Halifax, Yorkshire, England.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1877 Ref 1877/3075."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Timaru Herald, Volume XXVII, Issue 1860, 16 October 1877."

Arthur Marmaduke HALSTEAD

#33776, b. 1866, d. 1867
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Arthur Marmaduke HALSTEAD was born in 1866 at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1 He was the son of William HALSTEAD and Mary METCALFE.
Arthur died in 1867 at Canterbury.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1866 Ref 1866/29970."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1867 Ref 1867/7943 aged 1."

Charles John HALSTEAD

#33777, b. 5 February 1868, d. 12 December 1931
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Charles John HALSTEAD was born on 5 February 1868 at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1 He was the son of William HALSTEAD and Mary METCALFE.
Charles married Clara Louisa MACEY in 1902 at Quirindi, New South Wales, Australia.
Charles died on 12 December 1931 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, at the age of 63.2,3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 14 December 1931 at at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, HALSTEAD-December 12 1931 suddenly at his residence 33 Gerard street Cremorne Charles John Halstead (ex sergeant of police) beloved hus band of Clara Halstead and loved father of Rita William Harold and Margaret aged 64 year«.3

Children of Charles John HALSTEAD and Clara Louisa MACEY

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1868 Ref 1868/28605."
  2. [S10560] Website Find-a-Grave Website (http://www.findagrave.com).
  3. [S9960] Website Australian Newspaper Archive (http://www.trove.nla.gov.au) "Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 14 December 1931, page 8."

Clara Louisa MACEY

#33778, b. 28 December 1882, d. 24 July 1976
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.
Clara Louisa MACEY was born on 28 December 1882 at Bingara, New South Wales, Australia.
Clara married Charles John HALSTEAD, son of William HALSTEAD and Mary METCALFE, in 1902 at Quirindi, New South Wales, Australia.
Her husband, Charles, died on 12 December 1931 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, at the age of 63.1,2
Clara died on 24 July 1976 at New South Wales, Australia, at the age of 93.

Children of Clara Louisa MACEY and Charles John HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10560] Website Find-a-Grave Website (http://www.findagrave.com).
  2. [S9960] Website Australian Newspaper Archive (http://www.trove.nla.gov.au) "Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 14 December 1931, page 8."

Rita Mary HALSTEAD

#33779, b. 23 April 1903, d. 30 May 1965
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Rita Mary HALSTEAD was born on 23 April 1903 at Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of Charles John HALSTEAD and Clara Louisa MACEY.
Rita died on 30 May 1965 at Neutral Bay, New South Wales, Australia, at the age of 62.

William Henry HALSTEAD

#33780, b. 1 June 1905, d. 17 June 1966
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     William Henry HALSTEAD was born on 1 June 1905 at Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia. He was the son of Charles John HALSTEAD and Clara Louisa MACEY.
William married Gertrude Lilian WILLIAMS in 1943 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
William died on 17 June 1966 at St Leonard, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, at the age of 61.

Gertrude Lilian WILLIAMS

#33781, b. 1906
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Gertrude died at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Her married name was HALSTEAD.
Gertrude Lilian WILLIAMS was born in 1906 at New South Wales, Australia.
Gertrude married William Henry HALSTEAD, son of Charles John HALSTEAD and Clara Louisa MACEY, in 1943 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Her husband, William, died on 17 June 1966 at St Leonard, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, at the age of 61.

Harold HALSTEAD

#33782, b. 22 August 1907, d. 13 July 1990
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Harold HALSTEAD was born on 22 August 1907 at Randwick, New South Wales, Australia. He was the son of Charles John HALSTEAD and Clara Louisa MACEY.
Harold married Barbara Mariam (?) on 15 April 1930 at Manly, New South Wales, Australia.
Harold died on 13 July 1990 at Artarmon, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, at the age of 82.

Barbara Mariam (?)

#33783, b. 31 August 1906, d. 15 June 1997
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.
Barbara Mariam (?) was born on 31 August 1906 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Barbara married Harold HALSTEAD, son of Charles John HALSTEAD and Clara Louisa MACEY, on 15 April 1930 at Manly, New South Wales, Australia.
Her husband, Harold, died on 13 July 1990 at Artarmon, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, at the age of 82.
Barbara died on 15 June 1997 at Turramurra, New South Wales, Australia, at the age of 90.

Margaret HALSTEAD

#33784, b. 1910, d. 15 June 1994
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Margaret HALSTEAD was born in 1910 at New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of Charles John HALSTEAD and Clara Louisa MACEY.
Margaret died on 15 June 1994.

Mary Elizabeth HALSTEAD

#33785, b. 21 April 1870, d. 1917
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Mary Elizabeth HALSTEAD was born on 21 April 1870 at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1 She was the daughter of William HALSTEAD and Mary METCALFE.
Mary died in 1917 at Merivale, Pleasant Poinit, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1870 Ref 1870/31312."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1917 Ref 1917/1402 aged 46."

Richard Rothwell HALSTEAD

#33786, b. 1872, d. 15 February 1958
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Richard Rothwell HALSTEAD was born in 1872 at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1 He was the son of William HALSTEAD and Mary METCALFE.
Richard married Elizabeth Harriet TOZER on 13 June 1923 at Trinity Presbyterian Manse, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 20 June 1923 at HALSTEAD—COOK.—On June 13, at the Trinity Presbyterian Manse, Timaru, by the Rev. Thomas Stinson, Richard Rothwell, son of Mr and Mrs Halstead, Pleasant Point, to Miss Elizabeth H. Cook.3
Richard died on 15 February 1958 at Canterbury.4

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1872 Ref 1872/32803."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1923 Ref 1923/9324."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Timaru Herald, Volume XCVIII, Issue 18084, 20 June 1923."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1958 Ref 1958/21888 aged 86."

Elizabeth Harriet TOZER

#33787, b. 16 December 1880, d. 1963
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Her married name was COOK. Her married name was HALSTEAD.1
Elizabeth Harriet TOZER was born on 16 December 1880 at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.
Elizabeth married William Henry COOK in 1903 at Canterbury.
Her husband, William, died on 31 March 1904 at Pleasant Point, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.2

Newspaper Report: COOK.—On Thursdays March 31st, 1904, William Henry, the beloved husband of Elizabeth Harriette Cook, and eldest son of the late John.Cook, of Pleasant Point; 'Deeply regretted.2
Elizabeth married Richard Rothwell HALSTEAD, son of William HALSTEAD and Mary METCALFE, on 13 June 1923 at Trinity Presbyterian Manse, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 20 June 1923 at HALSTEAD—COOK.—On June 13, at the Trinity Presbyterian Manse, Timaru, by the Rev. Thomas Stinson, Richard Rothwell, son of Mr and Mrs Halstead, Pleasant Point, to Miss Elizabeth H. Cook.3
Her husband, Richard, died on 15 February 1958 at Canterbury.4
Elizabeth died in 1963 at Canterbury.5

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1923 Ref 1923/9324."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Timaru Herald, Volume LXXX, Issue 12337, 2 April 1904."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Timaru Herald, Volume XCVIII, Issue 18084, 20 June 1923."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1958 Ref 1958/21888 aged 86."
  5. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1963 Ref 1963/29530 aged 82."

William Henry COOK

#33788, b. 1868, d. 31 March 1904
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     William Henry COOK was born in 1868.
William married Elizabeth Harriet TOZER in 1903 at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.
William died on 31 March 1904 at Pleasant Point, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 2 April 1904 at at Canterbury COOK.—On Thursdays March 31st, 1904, William Henry, the beloved husband of Elizabeth Harriette Cook, and eldest son of the late John.Cook, of Pleasant Point; 'Deeply regretted.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Timaru Herald, Volume LXXX, Issue 12337, 2 April 1904."

Fanny HALSTEAD

#33789, b. 1874, d. 1929
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Her married name was LIGHTBAND.1

Appears in a newspaper article on at St. Alban's Anglican Church, Pleasant Point, was crowded to excess on Christmas Day on the occasion of the marriage of Miss Fanny Halstead,younger daughter of Mr W. Halstead, to Mr Ernest Owen Lightband, of Timaru. Mr Halstead is one of the oldest residents in the district, and this, added to the fact that his family is greatly respected, may have accounted for the large attendance. The vicar, the Rev. Stanley Hinson, officiated, and the church was tastefully decorated for the occasion. The bridesmaids were Miss Halstead and Miss Proctor, and Mr W. Stonehouse was best man. The choir was in attendance, and sang "The Voice that breathed o'er Eden," and after the ceremony Mrs Hinson played Mendelssohn's Wedding March. After partaking of refreshments at the residence of the bride's father, the young couple left for Nelson, where they spend their honeymoon. Mr and Mrs Lightband received numerous presents, both useful and ornamental, from residents of the district, Timaru friends and others, which will enable them to set up house in Timaru on their return.
Fanny HALSTEAD was born in 1874 at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.2 She was the daughter of William HALSTEAD and Mary METCALFE.

Newspaper Report: BAZAAR AT PLEASANT POINT
A very successful sale of work and gift auction, in behalf of the funds of the St. Albans Church (Te Ngawai Parish) took place on Easter Monday, in the Assembly Rooms. It was formally opened at 8 p.m.. by Mr Arthur Rhodes, member for the district, in the presence of a large number of visitors. He delivered a short and appropriate speech. The Rev. Jasper Smyth, Incumbent of the parish, on behalf of the Vestry and parishioners, moved a vote of thanks to Mr Rhodes, which was carried by acclamation. The following ladies presided at the stalls:—Mesdames Lawreil, Oliver, Thompson, Smith, assisted by the Misses Halstead. Orton, Lawreil, Shaw; the bran pies, by Mrs Worthington and Miss Acton: the refreshment table, by Mesdames Halstead, Ray and Killey, assisted by Miss Fanny Halstead and Miss Ray. Mr Orton conducted the out-door sale of sheep, wheat, oats, potatoes, flour, poultry, &c, and satisfactory prices were realised, the gross proceeds being about £60.3
Fanny married Ernest Owen LIGHTBAND in 1897 at New Zealand.1
Fanny died in 1929 at New Zealand.4

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1897 Ref 1897/3105."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1874 Ref 1874/21093."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Press, Volume XLVI, Issue 7295, 27 April 1889."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1929 Ref 1929/9534 aged 55."

Ernest Owen LIGHTBAND

#33790, b. 1871, d. 1965
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Ernest Owen LIGHTBAND was born in 1871 at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.
Ernest married Fanny HALSTEAD, daughter of William HALSTEAD and Mary METCALFE, in 1897 at New Zealand.1
His wife, Fanny, died in 1929 at New Zealand.2
Ernest died in 1965 at New Zealand.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1897 Ref 1897/3105."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1929 Ref 1929/9534 aged 55."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1965 Ref 1965/24297 aged 94."

Ellison Metcalfe HALSTEAD

#33791, b. 16 September 1876, d. 23 July 1949
Last Edited=17 Sep 2020
     Ellison Metcalfe HALSTEAD was born on 16 September 1876 at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1 He was the son of William HALSTEAD and Mary METCALFE.
Ellison married Jeannie Helen LAING on 12 April 1905 at 240 King Street, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand.2,3

Appears in a newspaper article on on 14 April 1905 at at Canterbury MARRIAGE.
HALSTEAD—LAING.—On the 12th of April, at 240 King Street, Dnnedin (the residence of Mr S. McDonald), by the Rev. D. Borrie, Elliis, youngest son of W. Halstead, Pleasant Point, to Jeannie Helen, second daughter of Alex Laing, Forres, Morayshire. Scotland.3
His wife, Jeannie, died on 2 May 1941 at New Zealand.4
Ellison died on 23 July 1949 at Upper Waitaki, New Zealand, at the age of 72.5

Appears in a newspaper article on on 25 July 1949 at at Otago, New Zealand, HALSTEAD.—On July 23, 1949. at Upper Waitaki, Ellis Metcalfe, dearly beloved husband of the late Jennie Helen Halstead, and loved father of Jean, Eric, Norman, Harlow and Ellis; in his seventy third year.—Hall and Moore, funeral directors.6

Appears in a newspaper article on on 5 August 1949 at at Otago BEREAVEMENT NOTICES
HALSTEAD
.—The family of the late Mr Ellis Metcalfe Halstead wish to thank all kind friends and relatives for their messages of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. Special Thanks to Dr. Scanned, Mr and Mrs A. Watson Mr and Mrs J. McCabe, and Mr and Miss O’Conner. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment.7

Children of Ellison Metcalfe HALSTEAD and Jeannie Helen LAING

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1876 Ref 1876/10523."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1905 Ref 1905/939."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Timaru Herald, Volume LXXXII, Issue 12654, 14 April 1905."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1941 Ref 1941/20378 aged 65."
  5. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1949 Ref 1949/26781 aged 72."
  6. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Otago Daily Times, Issue 27141, 25 July 1949."
  7. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Otago Daily Times, Issue 27151, 5 August 1949."

Jeannie Helen LAING

#33792, b. 1877, d. 2 May 1941
Last Edited=17 Sep 2020
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.1,2
Jeannie Helen LAING was born in 1877 at Forres, Morayshire, Scotland.
Jeannie married Ellison Metcalfe HALSTEAD, son of William HALSTEAD and Mary METCALFE, on 12 April 1905 at 240 King Street, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand.1,2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 14 April 1905 at at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand, MARRIAGE.
HALSTEAD—LAING.—On the 12th of April, at 240 King Street, Dnnedin (the residence of Mr S. McDonald), by the Rev. D. Borrie, Elliis, youngest son of W. Halstead, Pleasant Point, to Jeannie Helen, second daughter of Alex Laing, Forres, Morayshire. Scotland.2
Jeannie died on 2 May 1941 at New Zealand.3

Children of Jeannie Helen LAING and Ellison Metcalfe HALSTEAD

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1905 Ref 1905/939."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "Timaru Herald, Volume LXXXII, Issue 12654, 14 April 1905."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1941 Ref 1941/20378 aged 65."

Jessie SAVAGE

#33793
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Her married name was BRIGHAM.1
Jessie married James McRae BRIGHAM on 4 September 1908 at St Peter, Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand.1
Her husband, James, died on 14 December 1910 at Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1908 Ref 1908/6616."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1910 Ref 1910/6224 aged 64."

Sidney Herbert HALSTEAD

#33794, b. 1880, d. 7 April 1881
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Sidney Herbert HALSTEAD was born in 1880 at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1 He was the son of William HALSTEAD and Mary METCALFE.
Sidney died on 7 April 1881 at Pleasant Point, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1980 Ref 1980/11592."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1981 Ref 1981/5651 aged 7 months."

Margaret Sinclair HALSTEAD

#33795, b. 10 March 1906, d. 26 March 1906
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Margaret Sinclair HALSTEAD was born on 10 March 1906 at Pleasant Point, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1 She was the daughter of Ellison Metcalfe HALSTEAD and Jeannie Helen LAING.
Margaret died on 26 March 1906 at Pleasant Point, Canterbury.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1906 Ref 1906/8511."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1906 Ref 1906/2204 aged 16 days."

Eric Metcalfe HALSTEAD

#33796, b. 3 March 1908, d. 1974
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Eric Metcalfe HALSTEAD was born on 3 March 1908 at Pleasant Point, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1 He was the son of Ellison Metcalfe HALSTEAD and Jeannie Helen LAING.
Eric married Valda Ferguson ROUT on 30 January 1933 at Auckland, New Zealand.2

Appears in a newspaper article on on 29 April 1933 at at New Zealand HALSTEAD—ROUT.—On January 30, 1933, at Auckland. by Rev. A. V. Whiting, Eric Metcalfe, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Halstead, Pleasant Point, South Canterbury,to Valda Fergusson, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Rout, Auckland.3
Eric died in 1974 at New Zealand.4

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1908 Ref 1908/3423."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1933 Ref 1933/9118."
  3. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume LXX, Issue 21478, 29 April 1933."
  4. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1974 Ref 1974/41804 born 3 March 1907."

Valda Ferguson ROUT

#33797, b. 1904
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.1
Valda Ferguson ROUT was born in 1904.
Valda married Eric Metcalfe HALSTEAD, son of Ellison Metcalfe HALSTEAD and Jeannie Helen LAING, on 30 January 1933 at Auckland, New Zealand.1

Appears in a newspaper article on on 29 April 1933 at at New Zealand HALSTEAD—ROUT.—On January 30, 1933, at Auckland. by Rev. A. V. Whiting, Eric Metcalfe, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Halstead, Pleasant Point, South Canterbury,to Valda Fergusson, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Rout, Auckland.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1933 Ref 1933/9118."
  2. [S10417] Website New Zealand Newspaper Archive (http://www.paperspast.natlib.gov.nz) "New Zealand Herald, Volume LXX, Issue 21478, 29 April 1933."

Norman Sinclair HALSTEAD

#33798, b. 1910, d. 24 December 1952
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Norman Sinclair HALSTEAD was born in 1910 at Pleasant Point, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1 He was the son of Ellison Metcalfe HALSTEAD and Jeannie Helen LAING.
Norman married Isabel Anne McInnes McBRIDE after 1940 at New Zealand. Extracted from Burial Record.2
Norman died on 24 December 1952 at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.3

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1910 Ref 1910/17969."
  2. [S37] Website Ancestry Website (http://www.ancestry.co.uk) "New Zealand, Cemetery Records, 1800-2007."
  3. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1952 Ref 1952/28831 aged 42."

Isabel Anne McInnes McBRIDE

#33799, b. 1920, d. 6 August 1970
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Her married name was HALSTEAD.1
Isabel Anne McInnes McBRIDE was born in 1920.
Isabel married Norman Sinclair HALSTEAD, son of Ellison Metcalfe HALSTEAD and Jeannie Helen LAING, after 1940 at New Zealand. Extracted from Burial Record.1
Her husband, Norman, died on 24 December 1952 at Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.2
Isabel died on 6 August 1970 at Canterbury, New Zealand.1

Sources of Information:

  1. [S37] Website Ancestry Website (http://www.ancestry.co.uk) "New Zealand, Cemetery Records, 1800-2007."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1952 Ref 1952/28831 aged 42."

Harlow HALSTEAD

#33800, b. 17 February 1912, d. 1993
Last Edited=14 Sep 2020
     Harlow HALSTEAD was born on 17 February 1912 at Pleasant Point, Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.1 He was the son of Ellison Metcalfe HALSTEAD and Jeannie Helen LAING.
Harlow died in 1993 at New Zealand.2

Sources of Information:

  1. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1912 Ref 1912/3490."
  2. [S9958] Website New Zealand Births, Marriage and Death (https://www.bmdhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz) "1993 Ref 1993/53131 born 17 February 1912."