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4101 The marriage was at the House of Richard Dewe the brides parents. Family F6850
 
4102 The marriage was solomised at Brides parents residence in Pakuratahi. Family F4130
 
4103 The name was prbably spelt without the "p". Thompson, James (I3307)
 
4104 The New Zealand Herald of 11\7\1895 has Barbara McQuarrie died 9 July 1895 aged 27 years, daughter of Hector McQuarrie, and buried 11 July 1895 in Symonds Street Cemetery.  McQuarrie, Barbara (I15453)
 
4105 The New Zealand Herald of 15\8\1903 has Hector McQuarrie died 12 August 1903 aged 76 years and buried 14 August 1903 in Symonds Street Cemetery. McQuarrie, Hector (I15450)
 
4106 The New Zealand Herald of 30\10\1888 has Mary McQuarrie died 29 October 1888 aged 14 years, daughter of Henry and Annie McQuarrie, and buried 31 October 1888 in Symonds Street Cemetery.  McQuarrie, Mary Ann (I15454)
 
4107 The New Zealand Herald of 31 December 1888 has Annie McQuarrie died 29 December 1888 aged 48 years, wife of Hector McQuarrie, and buried 31 December 1888 in Symonds Street Cemetery.  McLeod, Ann (I15451)
 
4108 The Newtons lived in Lyttelton, N.Z. Newton, Isaac Samuel (I4074)
 
4109 The ninth immigrant ship to be dispatched by the New Zealand Company, the 378 ton "Blenheim", sailed from Greenock, on August 25, 1840, with 197 passengers, 20 cabin and 177 steerage. She was the second ship to sail from the Clyde with Scottish immigrants, and almost all the passengers were composed of members of the clan of Laird Donald McDonald, who was leader of the party, or of neighbouring clans. The Blenheim made the passage in 125 days, and was under the command of Captain John Grey, with Dr Neill Campbell the surgeon. she arrived at Port Nicholson on December 27, 1840. Passenger list included ?McLachlan, Dugald 40 & Jane 35, Catherine 15, A 11, H 10, P4, and 1 other under 14.?
 
McLachlan, Dugald (I2998)
 
4110 The Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War 1939/1945
22 Battalion by Jim H. Henderson - Chapter 12 Adriatic

Over on the right 2 Company moved up parallel with the railway line as fast as it could, leaving mopping up until daybreak. Minor tussles took place with Turcomen holding fortified houses. The beach area was heavily fortified against assault from the sea: three or four heavy naval guns in camouflaged concrete emplacements disguised as ice-cream stalls faced out to sea, and land round about was mined thickly. In one of these minefields 10 Platoon foundered. Mines abruptly exploded in quick succession at chest height, a horrible sensation. Lewis. was killed; Roy Lorrigan, Jim Hill, Knuckey and Braybrook were among those wounded.
The party of wounded men, stricken in the minefield and taking refuge in the casa, was not left in peace. At dawn the men on the top floor repulsed an attack from the beach, and even succeeded in collecting some prisoners. In the house Hill and another were in a bad way, but the hot drinks made from the issue of cocoa, milk powder, and sugar which each man carried seemed to save Hill's life. Later in the morning the wounded were taken away.
One of the wounded died unexpectedly in hospital some days afterwards. His wound was not severe, but he developed pneumonia through lying wounded most of the night in soaked clothing. The battalion was still in summer clothing and battle dress would not arrive for a fortnight yet.
The body of the dead man, Lewis, had remained in the minefield. After dawn two of his pals, Gillon and Athol Jimmieson. gallantly determined to bring back their comrade's body, returned to the minefield. They met with disaster. Another mine exploded, killing Gillon, and Jimmieson later died of wounds.
NZETC
New Zealand Electronic Text Centre

 
Jimmieson, Athol Christian (I15249)
 
4111 The Rev. Robert Doig married them in the house of Thomas Black of St Nicholas, Aberdeen. William Jamieson and James Shirreffs were the witnesses. Elizabeth was born circa 1796, Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen.  Family F25
 
4112 The Rickerby family emigrated to Lyttelton, New Zealand in the Cardigan Castle, landed 15 Nov 1873. Information from a letter from National Archives Wellington, ref 6/1, 160 dated 15 Aug 1974. Rickerby, Robert (I4064)
 
4113 The Routenbeck.
The Rontenbeck, an iron barque of 930 tons, built in 1875 and chartered by the Shaw, Savill Co., made four voyages to New Zealand. Her first visit was to Port Chalmers in 1879, in command of Captain Steet. She sailed from London with passengers and general cargo on March 28, and took her final departure from the Lizard on April 4. She had a fine run to the Equator of 20 days from the Lizard, rounded the Cape on May 24, and made Stewart Island on June 22. Six days later, on June 28, she anchored at Port Chalmers, making the passage in 92 days, or land to land 79 days.
Source White Wings Vol I. Fifty Years Of Sail In The New Zealand Trade, 1850 TO 1900 - NZTEC
 
Family F13876
 
4114 The ship 'Conflict' 1171 tons under Captain Hardy sailed from London on 9th May 1874 and arrived in Wellington on 3rd August 1874.
Passenger list included
Blinkhorne William, 36 Worcestershire Railway Wagon Builder
Blinkhorne Hannah, 35
Blinkhorne John, 9
Blinkhorne Thomas, 7
Blinkhorne Alonzo, 4
Kite John, 32 Worcestershire Labourer
Kite Ellen, 30
Kite Eliza, 14
Source Peter and Denise
Archives New Zealand Reference IM15/125
 
Family F15536
 
4115 The ship 'Conflict' 1171 tons under Captain Hardy sailed from London on 9th May 1874 and arrived in Wellington on 3rd August 1874.
Passenger list included
Blinkhorne William, 36 Worcestershire Railway Wagon Builder
Blinkhorne Hannah, 35
Blinkhorne John, 9
Blinkhorne Thomas, 7
Blinkhorne Alonzo, 4
Kite John, 32 Worcestershire Labourer
Kite Ellen, 30
Kite Eliza, 14
Source Peter and Denise
Archives New Zealand Reference IM15/125
Note: John Kite and Hannah Blinkhorne are brother and sister. 
Family F15546
 
4116 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3969
 
4117 The Tory under Captain Edmund Mein Chaffers sailed from Plymouth on 12 May 1839 carrying a total muster of 35 souls, the sailing in defiance of official antagonism, changed the whole face of our history, and set upon the shores of Port Nicholson the present capital city of the Dominion. The "Tory," a newly built, excellently found and fast sailing barque of 382 tons, eight guns, built by Somes Bros., London and Newcastle-on-Tyne, although purchased and sent out by the New Zealand Company, was not, strictly speaking, an emigrant vessel. The vessel made for those times a very quick passage of ninety-six days, sighting no land on the way save a distant glimpse of the Canaries. Captain Chaffers notes with pride in his log: "She passed everything she saw."

She carried but a small list of passengers, officials rather than emigrants, who were to prepare the way for the emigrants to follow. they were Cabin Passengers; Colonel Wakefield: E.J. Wakefield; Dr Ernest Dieffenbach, Naturalist; Charles Heaphy, Company Surgeon; John Dorset, Company Surgeon; Nayti, a New Zealander; Richard Lowry, Chief Mate; George F. Robinson, Ships Surgeon. And as Steerage Passengers; Robert Doddrey, Company Storekeeper; Colonel Wakefields Servant; Thomas William Tankersley, Second Mate; The Third Mate; The Cabin Boys; The Petty Officers; The Foremast Hands inc, a New Zealander'and a native of Marquesas islands.
With the Complements of The Early Settlers and Historical Association of Wellington Incorporated.
 
Tankersley, Thomas William (I300)
 
4118 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F8621
 
4119 The wedding was conducted by the Curate L.S. Luckwell. Winesses were James Crapper and Martha Ann Crapper. Family F6848
 
4120 The Welch family home "Laurel Hall" was opposite the church on the Railway line side. William was an Innkeeper. Welch, William (I2030)
 
4121 The witness at the Baptism was Maria Ellen Southee Phoebe's sister, the wife of George Southee, settler of Taita. George and Maria's son William aged 5 was baptised at the same time. Sunnex, Phoebe Annie Elizabeth (I456)
 
4122 The witnesses included Laura Ann Welch. Family F6827
 
4123 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cirinakamoli, T.I. (I18594)
 
4124 thecricketer - Cricket Archive
Full name: Ivon Alexander Aitkenhead
Born: 9th November 1930, Balclutha, Otago, New Zealand
Died: 5th July 2006, Masterton, Wairarapa, New Zealand
Batting: Right-hand batsman
Bowling: Right-arm medium-fast
Teams: Otago Under-20s (Miscellaneous: 1949/50); Wairarapa (Miscellaneous: 1955/56-1961/62)
Matches
-30th December 1949 Brabin Tournament 1949/50 Canterbury Under-20s v Otago Under-20s Hagley Oval, Christchurch
-2nd January 1950 Brabin Tournament 1949/50 Wellington Under-20s v Otago Under-20s Basin Reserve, Wellington
-4th January 1950 Brabin Tournament 1949/50 Auckland Under-20s v Otago Under-20s Basin Reserve, Wellington
-18th February 1956 Hawke Cup 1955/56 Elimination Match Nelson v Wairarapa Trafalgar Park, Nelson
-1st January 1962 Hawke Cup 1961/62 Elimination Match Wairarapa v Rangitikei Queen Elizabeth Park, Masterton
Source http://cricketarchive.com/
 
Aitkenhead, Ivon Alexander (I2719)
 
4125 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F9597
 
4126 Their son Alexander Donn Died 21st Nov 1918 Aged 39 years Fraser, Alexander Donn (I17477)
 
4127 Theo was born in 1920 but he used 1919 for enlisting in the military. He was therfore 24 rather than 25 when he died. Waddick, Theodore Evan (I8133)
 
4128 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Bett, T.C. (I7622)
 
4129 There appears to have been two ships named 'Alpha'
1. A 40 ton cutter under John M'Gregor, Master, trading between South Australia and New Zealand Coastal ports.

2. From the 'New Zealander' 22 Jan 1851 - The Alpha, reported as having sailed from the Downs on the 18th July is now out 170 days, and fears are entertained for her safety the vessel not having been seen or heard of by any of the late arrivals. - lb.Dec 24.

As Thomas was married in Victoria Australia it is likely that the Cutter Alpha was the vessel he immigrated on. 
Reeve, Thomas Scrutany (I16302)
 
4130 There is also

1880/5044 Jones Annie May; Mother Annie; Father John

That may be a child of this Annie or it could be the child of Annie and John Stewart Jones who were also having children around this time.

Tony Frost 
Family F9635
 
4131 There were 4 male and 6 female children to this marriage. Lee, Clara (I3654)
 
4132 There were apparently two more children, both male. Arthur farmed at Lowburn. Lill, Arthur (I3940)
 
4133 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5280
 
4134 There were no children to this marriage. Dodge, Corrie (I3942)
 
4135 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F14117
 
4136 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F14118
 
4137 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1336
 
4138 Third daughter of Mr. G. Phillips of Masterton. 29 Aug 1900 Family F9683
 
4139 This Herbert John the husband of Catherine Dulcie Donovan appeared with Catherine in the 1950 Census in the US. He is not therefore the son of Thomas and Elizabeth (nee Wyeth) Sunnex who died in 1948 aged 42 years. Sunnex, Herbert John (I10689)
 
4140 This is not the Charles Kibblewhite who died in 1952 Kibblewhite, Charles (I10854)
 
4141 This is the only birth entry on BDM that may match
1872/3826 Edwards Mary Ellen, In the early 1870's the index entries don't include parents. 
Edwards, Mary Helen (I15858)
 
4142 This note is from the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, http://www.dnzb.govt.nz/

Te Tau, Taiawhio Tikawenga 1860 - 1939
Ngai Tumapuhiarangi; farmer, horse breeder, religious leader, local politician

Taiawhio Tikawenga Te Tau was a leader of the major Maori political and religious movements in Wairarapa in the 15 years following 1910. He was the younger son of Kaipaoe, a high-ranking woman of Ngati Rakairangi, and her husband, Tikawenga Te Tau, a leading chief of Ngai Tumapuhiarangi. In 1860 Tikawenga initiated a major peace expedition to the trouble spots of Taranaki, Waikato and Hawke's Bay. Taiawhio was born at Turanganui (near Pirinoa) in the same year, on 16 February, and was named for the expedition.

Taiawhio and his elder brother Puhara appear to have been raised at Papawai, where Taiawhio attended school. He also received an extensive education in the traditions and genealogies of his hapu, and in later life he was a member of the Tane-nui-a-rangi committee, which was charged with recording Wairarapa whakapapa and history.
Chrisp, S. M. 'Te Tau, Taiawhio Tikawenga 1860 - 1939'. Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, updated 22 June 2007
URL: http://www.dnzb.govt.nz/


 
Te Tau, Puhara Tikawenga (I13933)
 
4143 Thomas and Catherine came to New Zealand on the ship "London" arriving on 2 May 1842.
Thomas Chamberlain[1] was born at Preston Capes, Northamptonshire, England on 10 June 1806 the son of Thomas and Elizabeth (nee Edinborough) Chamberlain[7]. He was married in Daventry, Northamptonshire, England circa 1831 to Sussannah Catherine Bull.
Sussannah and her sisters had kept a school and Thomas' family had felt he was marrying beneath him. Sussannah was born on 7 February 1809[2].
The Chamberlains were leasing land at Daventry from Sir Chas Knightly in 1841 he told them that he wanted their land fro cropping. After a lot of pressure they agreed to a price for one crop, the land to revert to them after the crop was harvested. He planted a crop of acorns.
They had effectively lost their land and so had to leave so came to New Zealand. Sussannah and Thomas came to New Zealand in the ship 'London' arriving on 2 May 1842 with three children; their youngest Edwin had died on the way out and was buried at sea.

Chamberlain Road, Karori
Named after Thomas Chamberlain, one of Karori's earliest settlers, who arrived in Wellington with his wife and three children in May 1842 on the London. He soon took up and cleared bush-clad land in Parkvale, the Parkvale Road area of Karori. They moved on after about three years to a dairy farm in the subdivided part of Northland area, then part of Karori. In 1855 the family moved again this time to the Wairarapa. source Karori Streets Karori Historical Society.


Thomas died on 5 January 1859, aged 52, of a heart attack, just a year after moving his family to Masterton. Sussannah died many years later on 1 January 1891 age 82.
Both buried Masterton Cemetery. 
Chamberlain, Thomas (I282)
 
4144 Thomas and his wife Eliza Jane and two of their children, Emma and Susan, are buried at Wakapuaka Cemetery, Nelson, New Zealand in the same plot as Thomas' brother Charles and his wife Mary Ann. (Wesleyan Block 1 - Plot 111) Bray, Thomas (I18793)
 
4145 Thomas and Mary had 11 children.BB Family F13712
 
4146 Thomas KEMPTON and his family left Wellington and settled in Greytown, Wairarapa around 1853.
'Wairarapa' by C J Carle
'Late on Thursday after noon March 27 1853, the first of the Wairarapa Small Farm Association settlers arrived in Greytown. They were Mr Thomas KEMPSTON his son Thomas, Mr Ben Stevens, Mr & Mrs Moles and the Rev Bruff and they tramped their weary way from the Patarutahi. Mr Kempton built a shack on the present main street line and was later joined by his wife and family. Mr Stevens settled on the west of the main street and Mr & Mrs Moles settled on ?Skull Clearing? between the present Post Office site and the northern boundry. Tracks were cut through the bush and the settlement established.'
(Reference National Library NZ publication 'Wairarapa' by C J Carle & ATL 3/1 18 September 29 October 1951)
'Wairarapa Times 1-9-87 - Frank Fyfe
'The remaining two members of the party were father and son Thomas Kempton senior and junior. The Kempton's settled vigoursley to a variety of pursuits while acquiring and farming land upon which their descendants still live today.
A butcher shop, Store, Carrying business. Sawmill, interest and the 'Raising Sun' hotel are some of those known. Upon the arrival of the party according to family tradition Thomas senior is said to have said to his son ?Well Tom I think this is the place. Why don?t you take the shovel and turn the first sod. In 1856 he secured a further place in History when he drove a specially constructed narrow bullock wagon containing a ton of goods from Wellington to Greytown to open the Rimutaka Hill road to wheeled traffic on Tuesday June 10. In public life Thomas senior became chairman of the Greytown Town board in 1876 and first mayor upon proclamation of the borough in 1878. Thomas Junior sat on the first borough council.'
(Reference Alexander Turnbull Library NZ Biographies 1981 volume 5 page 178 ?Wairarapa Times 1-9-87 Frank Fyfe)
09 February 1854 NZ Government Gazette Province of Wellington List of Jurors for the District of Wellington for the year 1854
KEMPTON Thomas Ohiro farmer
(Source Wellington Public Library Wellington Gazettes from 1854 ? 1860 Reference NZ 993.14 WEL)
28 August 1854 Electoral Roll for year 1854-55 Wellington Country District
KEMPTON Thomas place of Abode Ohiro calling or business Farmer qualification Household Ohiro district
(Source Wellington Public Library Wellington Gazettes from 1854 ? 1860 Reference NZ 993.14 WEL)
09 August 1855 Electoral Roll for year 1855-56 Wellington Country District
KEMPTON Thomas place of Abode Ohiro calling or business Farmer qualification Household Ohiro district
(Source Wellington Public Library Wellington Gazettes from 1854 ? 1860 Reference NZ 993.14 WEL)
22 July 1856 Electoral Roll for year 1856-57 Wellington Country District
KEMPTON Thomas place of Abode Ohiro calling or business Farmer qualification Household Ohiro district
(Source Wellington Public Library Wellington Gazettes from 1854 ? 1860 Reference NZ 993.14 WEL)
22 July 1856 Electoral Roll for year 1856-57 Wairarapa and Hawkes Bay District
KEMPTON Thomas place of Abode Grey town calling or business Farmer qualification
Freehold Grey town
(Source Wellington Public Library Wellington Gazettes from 1854 ? 1860 Reference NZ 993.14 WEL)
23 July 1857 Electoral Roll for year 1857-58 Wellington Country District
KEMPTON Thomas place of Abode Ohiro calling or business Farmer qualification
Household Ohiro district
(Source Wellington Public Library Wellington Gazettes from 1854 ? 1860 Reference NZ 993.14 WEL)
23 July 1857 Electoral Roll for year 1857-58 Wairarapa District
KEMPTON Thomas place of Abode Grey town calling or business Farmer qualification
Freehold Grey town Wairarapa
(Source Wellington Public Library Wellington Gazettes from 1854 ? 1860 Reference NZ 993.14 WEL)
24 July 1858 Electoral Roll for the year 1858 Wellington Country District
KEMPTON Thomas place of Abode Ohiro calling or business Farmer qualification
Household Ohiro district
(Source Wellington Public Library Wellington Gazettes from 1854 ? 1860 Reference NZ 993.14 WEL)
24 July 1858 Electoral Roll for the year 1858 Wairarapa District
KEMPTON Thomas place of Abode Grey town calling or business Farmer qualification
Freehold Grey town Wairarapa
(Source Wellington Public Library Wellington Gazettes from 1854 ? 1860 Reference NZ 993.14 WEL)
SEARCH Reference 1865 Wairarapa Electoral Roll Thomas KEMPTON
SEARCH Reference 1874 NZ Government Gazette LTN page 88 Thomas KEMPTON
October 1882 A Return of the Freeholders of New Zealand
KEMPTON Thomas farmer Greytown freeholder, Borough and Town district Greytown
Value in each and Total value in Colony 2,200
KEMPTON Thomas jun Greytown freeholder, County land Wairarapa E County 1,093
Area in each county acres 3,500 Value in each county plus Wairarpa W - 1,105 acres
2,580 value total 2,198 acres, 6,080 value. Also Borough and Town district Greytown
1,600 value = Total value in Colony 7,680.
(Reference National Library of NZ microfiche of A Return of the Freeholders of New Zealand October 1882)
Source www.lynly.gen.nz/index.htm 
Kempton, Thomas (I22375)
 
4147 Thomas Noble Blake in the Matamata Cemetery, located in Block 14, Plot 99 buried on 20th January 1973 Blake, Thomas Noble (I18728)
 
4148 Thomas Theodore "Pete" Skoglund (25 July 1905 ? 2 October 1968) was a New Zealand lawn bowls player.

At the 1950 British Empire Games in Auckland he won the men's fours bronze medal alongside teammates John Englebretson, Noel Jolly and Fred Russell. Skolgund also competed in the same event at the 1954 British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Vancouver, finishing in sixth place.

He was the brother of politician and cabinet minister Philip Skoglund, whose son Phil Skoglund was also a champion lawn bowls player.

Skoglund died in Auckland in 1968 and his ashes were buried at Purewa Cemetery.
Source Wikipedia 
Skuglund, Thomas Theodore (I6806)
 
4149 Thomas was buried on 17 February in Taita Church yard. The Rev John Blackburne, Church of England, conducted the funeral. Wyeth, Thomas Earnest (I460)
 
4150 Thomas William Tankersley born in Wellington on 1 November 1843 son of Thomas William and Sarah (nee Draper) Tankersley, and was baptised on 16 June 1844 at St Paul's Pro-Cathedral Church. Thomas removed to Masterton with his parents in 1857.
His early years at Upland Farm, and Woodlands equipped. him well to handle stock and do the many jobs which typify farm life. These he did on his block No.54 of 63 acres on the Kiriwhakapapa Road near to Forest Home, and also on sections 98 to 100, plus another 50 acres - a total of over 170 acres situated on the north side of Upper Plain Road, just over one mile from Ngaumutawa Road.
At the age of 21 years on 2nd November 1865, he married Fanny Louisa Renall who was 17 years of age. The Rev. Dan Desbois officiated at the residence of Mr Jas. Robieson of Taratahi. From their home in Upper Plain Road, Thomas would travel to his Kiriwhakapapa Block, or go droving for other settlers.
About six months after their marriage, on a day when Thomas was away, Fanny was doing the washing in the yard, when a flame from the firebox of the copper ignited her clothing. Apparently the barking of the dogs was heard by neighbours, but failed to arouse any suspicion of trouble. Fanny crawled to the house, and although she apparently survived for a short time, she died on 13th May 1866 from inflammation and fever resulting from the burns sustained. Three trees planted in a triangle to mark the location of her grave, remain to this day on what was one of TWT's properties in Upper Plain Road on the southern side.
On 10th May 1871 - five years after Fanny's death - Thomas married Ellen Jones, born in Wales in 1850, at the residence of Rev. John Moir, Woolcombe Street Wellington. There were no children from this marriage. Ellen is reported to have been paralysed for five years prior to her death from heart failure.
Thomas lived out the latter years as a widower at the home of his sister Mary Campbell, Mt Bruce, where he died of old age on 20th April 1920, being 76 years of age.
Source Lyn McGrail and Tank (H.A.) Tankersley. 
Tankersley, Thomas William (I12465)
 

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