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||SYKES, Beverley Anne. Passed away peacefully at Hayman Care Home aged 85. Special thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff at Middlemore Hospital. A particular thanks to the staff at the Secure Dementia Unit at Hayman Care Home for their support and comfort of Beverley during her prolonged illness. Beloved wife of Digby for 62 years and loved mother of Malcolm and the late Vivienne. A service for Beverley will be held at 1 pm Tuesday 10th November 2015 at the All Souls Chapel, Purewa, 100 St Johns Rd. In lieu of flowers donations to Alzheimers NZ would be appreciated. State of Grace - East 09 5270366|
Published in The New Zealand Herald on Nov. 9, 2015
|King, Beverly Ann (I249)
||SYKES, John Oswald|
Passed away at Tauranga Hospital on 5 January 2014. Aged 88 years. Now reunited with his late wife Yvonne. Much loved Father and father in law of Kristeen and Ray; Jillian; Andy and Jude; and Matthew and Marilyn. Proud Granddad of Nick; Aimee; Katie; Jackson; Devan; and Devi. Adoring Great-granddad of Phoebe; Nate; and Xavier. Special thanks to the nursing staff at Ward 2A Tauranga Hospital and Somervale Hospital, Mount Maunganui.
A service for John will be held at St. Peters Anglican Church, 11 Victoria Road, Mount Maunganui on Thursday 9 January 2014 at 1.00pm followed by private cremation. All communications to ?The Sykes Family' c/o 25 Ninth Avenue Tauranga.
Source Sunlive the Bay's news first - Posted at 8:16am Monday 06 Jan, 2014
|Sykes, John Oswald (I184)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Aplin, M.J. (I1505)
||Tangiwai rail disaster - The worst railway disaster in New Zealand's history occurred on Christmas Eve 1953 when the Wellington-Auckland night express plunged into the flooded Whangaehu River just west of Tangiwai, 8 km west of Waiouru. Of the 285 people on board, 151 were killed. The tragedy left a nation in mourning, and stunned the world. ||Oliver, Lillian Beatrice (I16596)
||Tangiwai rail disaster - The worst railway disaster in New Zealand's history occurred on Christmas Eve 1953 when the Wellington-Auckland night express plunged into the flooded Whangaehu River just west of Tangiwai, 8 km west of Waiouru. Of the 285 people on board, 151 were killed. The tragedy left a nation in mourning, and stunned the world. ||Wellington, Gordon William (I5863)
||TANKERSLEY, Rev Hector Arch ("Tank") MBE., BCom., LTh(Hons)., ACA |
w Aimee Vera b 8.6.1919 m 22.4.1944
Theological Hall (special course) 1957-58
Ordained Assistant Minister Feilding MnP 4.12.1958
Knox Feilding (in charge) 23.3.1960
St Columba Johnsonville Union Wellington WnP 7.9.1967 - later, under his leadership, the Presbyterian parish negotiated with the local Methodist Church to establish a Co-Operating Parish. He actively assisted with planning for a new Church centre.
St James Wanganui East WgP 23.5.1973
During his ministry at St James, he introduced the idea of a Parish Council rather than Session and Board of Managers. His commitment to it ensured that it succeeded well.
Minister Emeritus 1977
In retirement served for 1 year in Levin and for a time in Dannevirke
"Tank brought many qualities to his ministry. One of them was that he was a perfectionist. Clearly he held the conviction that if a job was worth doing it was worth doing to the best of one's ability. This was evident in all areas of the life of the church in which he served
and in all parishes. He readily faced challenges and, in meeting them, had the ability of taking his parish members along with him.
He is remembered for the warmth of his smile, his dedication to every task he undertook, his practical application of the Word and the depth at which he touched people's lives."
"We honour Tank as a mover, an enabler, an encourager and a true saint of God."
(From Memorial Minute - edited)
Died 31 Dec 2005 at Feilding.
Presbyterian Church of New Zealand Archives
Register of New Zealand Presbyterian Ministers, Deaconesses & Missionaries 1840 to 2008
|Tankersley, Hector Arch (I1402)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Sherriff, P.J. (I1415)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Tankersley, J.E. (I1416)
||Tauroa, Lane Matarae; (Meth); b Russell, NZ, Ja 5, 1925; AukUC, 49-53, BA; TrinMethTC, 51-54, dipl; PARS,UTS, 58-59; ord (Meth,NZ), Nv 7, 56; supt, Manipoto Meth Maori Curcuit, 56-63; as sec, Nat Counc Chs, Maori Section, 59-63; fratenal wkr to Indonesian Natl Counc of Chs, 63-66; supt Taranaki Maori Curcuit, 67-; res, New Plymouth, NZ. ||Tauroa, Lane Matarae (I3770)
||Tawa,15 Greer Cres;C/T 301/257 18/11/1942(Swinerd)" ||Frost, Peggy Irene (I11856)
||Tbe first session of the Wellington Provincial Council was October, 1853. It. consisted of Charles Clifford, John Dorset, Wm. Fitzherbert, Geo. Moore, John Wallace and Wm. Lyon (Wellington), A. De B. Brandon, Robt. Waitt and Brown (Wellington Country Districts), Alfred Renall, Alf. Ludlam, E. Wakefield, Geo. Hart (Hutt), Wm. Watt, Henry Shafto Harrison (Wanganui and Rangitikei), Samuel Revans (Wairarapa and Hawke's Bay). |
Source Wanganui Herald 27 January 1904
|Renall, Alfred William (I13269)
||Te Aroha. ||Mohring, Kenneth Albert (I3460)
||Te Awamutu Presb ||Wenham, Henry Edward (I7849)
||Teacher ||Wyeth, Margaret Rose (I608)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Stewart, J.P. (I996)
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||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Cleaver, K. (I4244)
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||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Herring, D.E. (I1124)
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||Telephonist ||Garrity, Elva June (I1813)
||Tenant of Farm at Makara,Wgtn until 31/3/1952; ||Frost, Charles Jabez (I11823)
||Terrey, Betty Margaret: Peacefully in Kowhainui Hospital, on Saturday June 5, 2010, in her 84th year. Dearly loved wife of the late Don. Much loved Mum of Buzz and Sabrina, Peter and Lyn, Annette and Dennis Brown (Australia), and Kim and Kelly.|
Dearly loved Nana Bett of all her grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.
A loving sister, sister in law and aunt who will be sadly missed.
A service to celebrate Betty's life will be held in the Cleveland Funeral Home Chapel 179 Ingestre Street, Wanganui on Wednesday June 9, 2010, at 2pm, followed by private cremation.
Source - Cleveland Funeral Home, 173 Ingestre St, Wanganui, NZ http://www.clevelandfunerals.co.nz/
|Henderson, Betty Margaret (I14930)
||Thanet Registrar copy certificate No. MB24681 |
Ceremony performed by: R.Payne Smith(Vicar)
Witnesses : James Edward Tutt and Jessie Maria Tutt
||Thanks for your enquiry. The headstone also lists Richard Kibblewhite - dying 26 March 1889, aged 75 years - but we cannot confirm that he was buried there as he does not appear in the main cemetery register. However, mistakes did happen in some records so you may be correct in thinking he is also in the plot, because he is named on the headstone, there has long been an assumption that he is buried there.|
Ian Matheson City Archives
Palmerston North City Library
|Kibblewhite, Richard (I14250)
||The "Lammershagen" left Hamburgh Germany on 01 April 1875 and arrived in Wellington on|
the 11 July 1875. Number 15 on register - number of Adults 5½. The passenger list reads:
· H STEINMULLER age 43 male German Farm Labourer
· T Aine STEINMULLER age 34 female German
· Herman STEINMULLER age 15 male German
· Wilhelm STEINMULLER age 13 male German
· Frederick STEINMULLER age 9 male German
· Lilly STEINMULLER age 5 female German
· Tasman STEINMULLER age 2 male German
(Reference Archives NZ Wellington agency IM=Immigration series 15 item 208 repro IM 15/208)
Journey of the "Lammershagen" 1875 ship 890 place Paul
01 April sld Hamburg
06 April sld Suxhaven 8 days clearing England shore
May 08 Equator 24-25 w
June 05 CGH 42s 97D 420-331½ immiga.
July 02 Ker Hobart 48s Fine weather voyage 1 death
July 09 Entered Cook Straight 5 births little sickness
July 11 Arrived Wellington (c/d July 30 Apia)
Sld Voyage details ODT 12-07-1875
1876 May 28 Arrived Hamburg from Fiji
(Reference Maritime museum now Wellington City & Sea Museum card reference Wellington Harbour board records)
The STEINMULLER family boarded the Ship at Hobart Tasmania Australia and settled in Wellington New Zealand
||The 'Strathallan' Sailed from Gravesend on 12th October 1858 and Arrived 21st January 1859 at Lyttelton calling at Timaru on the way. The Thomas Wordsworth and family appear to have disembarked at Lyttelton.|
Passenger List includes
WADSWORTH THOMAS 36 GARDENER
WADSWORTH HARRIET 32
WADSWORTH MARY ANN 14 DOMESTIC SERVANT
WADSWORTH WILLIAM 11
WADSWORTH ALFRED 9
WADSWORTH EMMA 3
WADSWORTH ELIZABETH 7
Click here for Passenger List on Christchurch City Council Website
Click here for a background article on the voyage
||The Aberdeen Directory, as stated in 'The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen', records Alexander as a jeweller employed by William Jamieson at 87 Broad Street in 1827. In 1827 Alexander lived at 34 St Andrews Street. In 1831 he had moved to 62 Guestrow and in the following year to 63 Guestrow where he lived until at least 1838. In 1840 he lived at 79 Guestrow. Alexander was not in business on his own account. |
|Shirreffs, Alexander (I87)
||The appellant deposed that during the 2 1/2 years he lived with his wife he had an interest in a sheep run at Tenui, and on leaving it he received £1500, which he invested in a store in the district. In 1880 his wife wanted to live in Wellington, and giving her some money he went to Patea, where he got a billet as stockman at £80 a year and food. After he had been there some time he was arrested, brought down to Wanganui, and an order made against him for the maintenance of his wife. He was now in partnership with the natives at Inland Patea. There were two mortgages on the sheep and cattle, and it took him all his time to find the interest. He put no money into the partnership. If the order of the Magistrate was enforced he would have to go to gaol, as he could not find securities. There were on the estate 13,000 or 14,000 sheep, and a number of head of cattle. The mortgages were for £6000 and £4500. The land and buildings belonged to the Maoris. He was now living with a Maori woman, by whom he had had two children. She was one of the owners of the land. When he was served with a divorce petition he instructed a lawyer in Napier to defend the action, and he was very much surprised when he found his wife bad abandoned the proceedings.|
Source Evening Post, Wellington, 19 Aug 1896 Page 6 'A Peculiar Case'
||The baby only survived for 29 hours the cause of death being recorded as "Convulsions". Robert and Jane had no further children. ||Wyeth, Male Child (I42)
||The baby's age at death was recorded as 30 hours. The cause of his death was not recorded ||Wyeth, Male Child (I37)
||The baptism of Lavinia weas recorded in the register of St Pauls Church Emily Place and at the Centenary Service held in 1941 it was said that she was the oldest person presetn who had been baptised in the old church.|
|Chandler, Lavinia (I22214)
||The barque 'Aurora' commanded by Captain Theophilus Heale, left Gravesend on 18 September 1839 anchoring under Somes Island in Wellington Harbour on 22 January 1840. ||Barrow, James (I12999)
||The Bridesmaids at Amy Florence Wyeth's wedding included two little maids, Edna Rouse and Kathleen Callaghan. Edna is probably Amy's niece i.e. Mary's daughter. ||Wyeth, Mary Elizabeth (I4208)
||The Bridesmaids at Amy Florence Wyeth'swedding included two little maids, Edna Rouse and Kathleen Callaghan. Kathleen is probably Amy's neice i.e. Bessie's daughter. ||Wyeth, Bessie (I4209)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Harris, J.D. (I5125)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family F2193
||The Chamberlain Key has Sussanah's birth as 12 Feb 1809. ||Bull, Sussannah Catherine (I283)
||The children they brought with them were:|
William Robins Thomas, 6
Eliza Robins Thomas, 4
Henry Eddy Thomas, 2
Catherine Eddy Thomas, 5 mths
Source - Shipping List
||The copy of the registry entry is unclear. It shows Mary Ann's name as Maria Ann.|
It shows the occupation of the father as being with the 18th Royal Irish Regiment.
The second Christian Name (William) was omitted from the original birth entry
The informant was not either parent but another soldier. The copy is not clear enough to identify this person (see below).
There is also doubt over the birth date.
Information from Lyn Hughes of Auckland:
Samuel Snr was in Taranaki at the time registration should have been made and it seems likely that he asked C/Sgt Doig of the 14th who was possibly returning to Auckland to enter the birth for him. He was probably given the correct details which nay have gone astray and he did his best with the information. The date we have was taken from Elizabeth Sarah's Bible which we think is more likely to be correct(29 July 1865), however the official date of birth must be 3rd August as the entry states. Also one name given then although I think he was meant to have two.
Source Caleb's Family Tree
|Chandler, Samuel William (I22212)
||The early part of Jack and Essie's married life was spent at Karapoti where Jack and Bob ran the sawmill. All of Essie and Jack's children were born while they were living there. Bet at their home and the others at Nurse Lomas' in Upper Hutt. All the children attended the local Karapoti School though Judy moved on to Upper Hutt School.|
They moved to King Street Upper Hutt, where Jack built a new family home, in time for June to start College.
||The Evening Post 27 April 1948|
SUTHERLAND: On April 26 1948, at Wellington Hospital George Robert John, dearly loved husband of Ethel, and loved father of Thelma, Don, Dick and Keith,and father-in-law of Alice, Kath, and Phil and son-in-law of Sam. Asleep
SUTHERLAND: On April 26 1948 at Wellington Hospital, George Dearly loved brother of Thea, Seva, Lava and Lena A patient sufferer at rest.
|Sutherland, George Robert John (I16451)