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Abbott, Wilfred Francis James v Abbott, Sarah Beatrice and Adams, Norman Charles 1946 - 1947 Hamilton High Court 
Family F16309
 
2
PHOTO:
Francis Shaw Hood and Annie Hood nee Galyer Sons 001
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Francis Shaw HOOD (centre) with his sons
ATTACHED TO:
Murray Andrew James Hood (1912-1983)
Source Ancestry.com 
Hood, Murray Andrew James (I2514)
 
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McGUIRE, Kusum. On 30 January 2016. Loved daughter of Bhanumati Masters and the late Ishwerlal Masters, Beloved sister of Rasila and Dilip, Saroj and Bharat, Rajesh and Christine, Puspa and Bradley, Nayana and the late Hansa. Sadly missed by her nieces and nephews, Vijay, Dayna, Maia, Rasila, Rangimarie, Asha, Rochelle and Hamish. You will be forever missed and loved.
Published in: NZHerald.co.nz February 2, 2016
 
Masters, Kusum (I2892)
 
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Te Tau, P.E. (I18246)
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hooker, V.G. (I5802)
 
6 JOHN HULL (1826-1905)
John Hull was born in the village of Dowlish Wake, most likely at his Grandmother Eunice Hull's house, and was baptized there in St. Andrews's Church. He was the eldest son of Abraham Hull and his wife Amelia (nee Symonds). The village had strong family ties as both the Hull and Symonds families had been associated with Dowlish for several generations. John's father Abraham as well as being described as a Gentleman was a Sailcloth
Manufacturer and from the early 1830's had a mill in Mosterton, Dorset. It was in this village that John spent much of his early years. It would have been a fairly comfortable time as Abraham was quite well off.
The first recorded event in John's life occurred at the age of seven when on 23rd November 1833 he and his brother Joseph assisted with the planting of three yew trees in Mosterton Chapel Yard. Their parents enjoined them that on their journey through life they should, in their serious moments, think of the three yew trees.
There are a few missing gaps in John's school years but it is known that he attended Crewkerne Grammar School from 23rd June1835 until midsummer 1836.
Prior to that he was attending a school in Crewkerne run by a Mr. Norman (Headmaster). From there he wrote a letter dated 15th June 1833 to his parents advising them when midsummer vacation would be.
In 1838 John's Father died leaving a widow, three sons and two daughters. Where the family lived after that date is unclear as while they continued to own Mosterton property, according to the 1838-1840 Mosterton Tithe Map Amelia Hull did not actually live there.
What John did after leaving Crewkerne Grammar is unknown. However on 10th April 1843 apprenticeship indentures were executed at Bristol with Mr. Dayrell, the premium paid being 130 pounds. H.Dayrell was a Chemist and Druggist of 3 Regent place, Clifton.
When John's Grandmother died in 1845 he received a legacy of 50 pounds plus an
additional 140 pound 13 shillings and 6pence, being his share of the residue from her estate.
By 1847 he was living at 22 Conduit St., London where he was presumably attending Pharmaceutical College run by John Bullock. Among John's classmates at the college were Fred Perrin later to go into partnership with a Mr. Lea from Worcester making sauce (Lea & Perrin's Worcestershire sauce), Stephen Darby with whom he was corresponding in the 1890's and Richard Jenner who invented a new type of dye. From 1848 to 1850 he attended Gottingen University in Germany graduating from there on 12th August 1850 as a Doctor of Philosophy and the Liberal Arts. From a testimonial written by his Professor at the time of graduation it appears that John specialised in chemistry and
natural sciences.
Sometime after he came back to England from University John went on to 18 High St. Windsor where he was apprenticed to Thomas Wooldridge, Chemist, by Royal appointment to Queen Victoria. According to a testimonial dated 3rd June 1854 he was there for two years.
When he left Windsor he must have already made up his mind to emigrate to New Zealand as he apprenticed himself to a carpenter and wheelwright at Wexham near Slough, Buckinghamshire, for 9 months. There he learnt rough carpentry; cart, barrow and ladder making; and fence making. He took an empty cottage in Wexham paying 2/- in rent a week, made his own furniture, did his own housekeeping including cooking and making bread. All things that he had hitherto been unaccustomed to doing.
It was probably about this time that John tested his belief in wheat alone as a food by living only on wheat boiled in water. To this he would sometimes add in a little milk or sugar for a change. According to his own accounts he found himself to be quite as fit for mental or bodily work as if he had been on a meat diet.
The stage was now set for John's journey to New Zealand. According to family traditions his reasons for leaving England stemmed from his mother forbidding him to marry his cousin (probably Mathilda Symonds) his failure to get the Chair of Chemistry at London University. Whatever the reason, he left England feeling somewhat disenchanted with the place and wanting to get as far away from it as possible. This he did by embarking on the 426 ton
full-rigged ship "Gipsey" which was scheduled to sail from Gravesend on 24th



Translation of a letter to John Hull after his time in Germany. The letter was written in German.


My Dear Hull,
How often I have looked back with longing on the pleasant hours we have spent together! Yet for two years I have hardly had any news of you. When I parted with you in Gottingen with every good wish for your future I did not foresee that I wouldn't hear from you for such a long time.
Now, through our dear friend, Kaufitz (writing here not too clear) who has visited you in London I've had news of you at last. I was astounded to hear that your plans had not matured as you intended and if I had known your address earlier I would have traveled to London to seek you out.

However I take up my pen to let you know how I sympathize with you and to reassure you of my lasting friendship.
From the Easter to the Autumn of 1850 I was in Gottengen. When I went for a holiday into the mountains I had the misfortune to fall into a crevasse. Fortunately I soon recovered. Then I went on to Vienna. The winter of1850 - 51 I spent in Berlin. Kanfitz came there too and we had some jolly times together. Then I went back home with the intention of going to America.
And so, after much discussion with my friends, I shall, God willing, go to California or some other part of America this summer. I've got to go to the University there first and take a course in medicine otherwise I can not practice in that country.
I've been wondering since things haven't turned out as you wished, if you would care to make this journey with me. You would need 100 Thaler for traveling expenses. Should this not appeal to you could you get an inexpensive room for me and I'll come for a week and visit you in London. In any case, dear old chap, do write me a letter, and a long and newsy one, please as I would like to know what you're doing for I have your whole interest at heart. Write in English, but very plainly, then I'll be able to make you out all right. Kanfitz is now in Heidelberg, Laud has gone back to America and the Dietzlers are in Gottingen. The elder brother is now a doctor and is courting Miss O.Siebald!
I am enjoying being with my Mother in Gottingen since my return from Berlin. Have you heard anything of Bowyer? Is he still in Manchester? Should you run into him please give him my very best wishes.
Now, good-bye, my dear Hull and with warmest greetings

I remain

Your old friend,

Theodore Hansmann.

P.S. Have you had any news of your lady friend in Gottingen?

My address is
Th Hansmann Esq M.D.
Atens,
Aldenburg in Germany

Translation by Mrs. Watt, wife of the minister at St. Enochs Church Tauranga South.


Alex Gregor

 
Hull, John (I3220)
 
7 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
417) 1754-1812; ; ; pp. 1754-1812; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische

. Ceremony performed by E.P.Benezet

Witnesses: John Fuller and Marey Boreman 
Startup, Sarah Love (I9230)
 
8 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
418) 1813-1837; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische

!MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische

!MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
417) 1754-1812; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Peirce, Mary (I9834)
 
9 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
418) 1813-1837; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische

!MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische

!MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
417) 1754-1812; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Fuller, Thomas (I9227)
 
10 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
418) 1813-1837; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Andrews, Sophia (I9836)
 
11 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Houghman, Mary Anne (I9851)
 
12 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Fuller, Sophia Susannah Victoria (I9845)
 
13 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Harlow, James (I9846)
 
14 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Read, Mary Anne (I9866)
 
15 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Goulder, Mary (I9902)
 
16 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Woodward, Joseph (I9913)
 
17 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Baxter, John (I10187)
 
18 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Standing, Elizabeth (I10190)
 
19 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Oak, Harriet (I10196)
 
20 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Bubb, Robert Randall (I10306)
 
21 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Dove, Edwin (I10410)
 
22 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Fright, Sarah Jane (I10412)
 
23 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Woodward, Joseph (I10580)
 
24 !MARRIAGE:Kent Family History Society, St. Mary Minster Marriages (Microfische
419) 1837-1903; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Microfische 
Smith, Emma (I10212)
 
25 !MARRIAGE:Morman Family History Centre, I,G,I, 1992 Page 10643; ; ; ; ; 1
_MEDI Microfische
also 
Fuller, Thomas (I9214)
 
26 "Age Beneficary Auckland property was leasehold property jointly owned in wifes name" Frost, Arthur Edward Joseph (I11843)
 
27 6 Smartlea St Chch,1959-66 Frost, Frederick George (I11912)
 
28 78 years Yates, Eliza (I15361)
 
29 Age 55 Tainton, Olive (I1652)
 
30 Aged 72: Cause of death - heart failure, myocarditis White, Mary (I5962)
 
31 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Duncan, P.Y. (I8364)
 
32 Died at sea 9/2/1841 "Croup" Lat 31.16S Long 17.07W  Mabey, Sarah Mabel Albania (I15604)
 
33 Edward Pilcher (1851-1933) was born on the 25th Febuary 1851 in New Zealand brother to Elizabeth (1848) above. On the 12th December 1876 in Feilding, New Zealand he married Rose Churcher daughter of Isaac Churcher and Elizabeth Parsons. Rose was born on the 29 th November 1859 in Wickham, Hampshire England. Edward died on the 27th June 1933 in Palmerston North, New Zealand and Rose died on the 16th October 1939 in feilding, New Zealand. Edward was buried in Palmerston North and Rose was buried in Stanway, Feilding, New Zealand.
Source http://jo.warby.markingtime.bigpondhosting.com/p167.htm 
Family F9648
 
34 gardener, Woodburn House Thomson, Thomas (I13660)
 
35 George Hartley's private home  Family F2068
 
36 Headstone Inscription: In loving memory of Alexander Bryce Napier, 9.6.1924 - 16.10.1993. Dearly loved husband of Peg, loved father of Linda, Wendy, Karen & Neil. Special pop of his grandchildren. Napier, Alexander Bryce (I1556)
 
37 Headstone Inscription: In loving memory of Alexander Napier, died Sept. 29th 1917, aged 73. "Called home". Also Mary Charlotte Napier, died May 29th 1926, aged 61. "United". Also an inscribed in memory: Norman Campbell Napier, killed in France April 7 1917, aged 22. Burling, Mary Charlotte (I14806)
 
38 ILMO FREDERICK BERNARD SIEVERS died 23 March 1958 aged 77 years. And his beloved wife ROSINA MARY died 19 September 1973 aged 85 years. Requiescat in Pace.  Anderson, Rosina Mary (I15655)
 
39 journeyman saddler (probably) Thomson, James (I13653)
 
40 LADBROOK, George BARRY. - Suddenly at home, about the 25th February 2014, aged 76 years. Dearly loved brother and brother-in-law of John and the late...
Published in Southland Times from Feb. 28 to Mar. 1, 2014 
Ladbrook, George Barry (I7275)
 
41 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Montgomery, B.A. (I2878)
 
42 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Te Tau, M.A. (I8047)
 
43 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Norman, E.B. (I7292)
 
44 WOODHAM, Margaret Helen (nee McKenzie). Passed away On Friday 21st January 2011 at Rhoda Read Hospital Morrinsville after a short illness. Much loved wife of...
NZ Herald Jan. 25,2011 
McKenzie, Margaret Helen (I977)
 
45 ! John sailed to N.Z. and landed in Wellington in 1858 and for some time was
occupied in the cartage of general goods over the Rimutaka ranges between
Wellington and the Wairarapa.He later took over the Rising Sun hotel in
Greytown, this was the principal hostelry in the area in those days and he
stayed there for ten years.Subsequently he started up as a brewer and soft
drink maker, he gave up brewing after fourteen years but retained the other
branch of the business. He was treasurer of the local Forresters Lodge and a
member of the Oddfellows Society.

His other interests were as a member of the committee of the Greytown
Workingmen's Club and as a director of the Permanent Investment and Loan
Association of the Wairarapa.

{Appreciation to the N.Z. Cyclopedia for this information} 
Fuller, John (I9247)
 
46 !BIRTH: Beverly Carter Brock, Family Knowledge; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Family
Knowledge

!DEATH: Beverly Carter Brock, Family Knowledge; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Family
Knowledge

!MARRIAGE:Registrar General Province of Ontario, Certificate No. MV006190; ; ;
; ; 1 _MEDI Certificate 
Brock, William Elmer (I10268)
 
47 !BIRTH: Blean District Registrar, G.R.O. Copy Certificate No.BCA176113; ;
Fathers Occupation: Labourer

Fathers Name; Stephen Fuller

Mothers Name: Charlotte Fuller nee Iggulden; ; ; 1 _MEDI Certificate

!DEATH: Brisbane Registrar, Original Certificate No.A47559; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI
Certificate

!MARRIAGE:Kensington (London) District Registrar, G.R.O. Copy Certificate No.
MB327136; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Certificate 
Fuller, Mary( Pierce) (I9939)
 
48 !BIRTH: Kensington (London) District Registrar, G.R.O. Copy Certificate No.
BCA269811; ; Fathers Occupation: Omnibus Conductor

Fathers Name: Stephen Fuller

Mothers Name: Sophia Fuller nee Comley; ; ; 1 _MEDI Certificate 
Fuller, Ada Marie (I9927)
 
49 !BIRTH: Kensington (London) District Registrar, G.R.O. Copy Certificate No.
BXB637698; ; Fathers Occupation: Omnibus Conductor

Fathers Name: James Comley

Mothers Name: Mary Pierce Comley nee Fuller; ; ; 1 _MEDI Certificate 
Comley, Emma Jane (I9968)
 
50 !BIRTH: Mae cordes, Family Knowledge; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Family Knowledge

!DEATH: Mae cordes, Family Knowledge; ; ; ; ; 1 _MEDI Family Knowledge 
Cordes, Marvin (I10275)
 

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