NEW ZEALAND AND WORLD WAR ONE
MISCELLANEOUS OVERSEAS MARRIAGES WITH A NEW ZEALAND CONNECTION 1914 - 1920

PLEASE NOTE: This list is in groom order and are snippets noted in newspapers, usually while researching for other things, or from military files. At the bottom of this is a table of miscellaneous marriages in bride order. I always appreciate anymore to add to these lists.

PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16224, 29 MAY 1918 - Our London correspondent writes that the "Torquay Times" devotes a column or two to the question of the welfare of English girls who are going out to New Zealand as the wives of returning soldiers. Nearly a hundred girls have left the borough under these circumstances in the previous weekend, and the "Times" was doubtful whether they all understood what they were going to. Their anxiety must have been a good deal relieved by an interview with a New Zealand gentleman who lives in Torquay. He painted quite a reassuring picture as far as the great majority of the girls are concerned, provided they go with their minds made up to help their husbands to the greatest extent for a few years with the object of becoming independent. Unfortunately the New Zealand gentleman is made to refer to Maori villages as "warries," and in other ways to show an ignorance of matters, which may or may not be due to the interviewer. He is, however, confident that English girls arriving in New Zealand as the wives of our soldiers will get a very hearty welcome in the Dominion. Nevertheless he advises girls who think of marrying New Zealand soldiers to let them return to the Dominion alone and prepare a home for them, and when it is ready send them the money to go out. "If the men are sincere in their love, they will have no hesitation in doing this. If the women are sincere they will be content to wait a little time. I say this because I have my doubts as to how the future is going to 'pan out' for some of those who have already gone to New Zealand."

NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10032, 25 JULY 1918
MARRIAGE PERMITS FOR N.Z.SOLDIERS AT HOME
NUMBER OP APPLICATIONS INCREASING. BIGAMOUS MARRIAGES COMPLAINED OF.
A somewhat serious increase has taken place in the applications by New Zealand officers and soldiers for permits to marry in the United Kingdom; and complaints have been made in the British Parliament that bigamous marriages have been contracted by soldiers from overseas. The increase in the number of applications is attributed partly to the separation allowances now granted to the wives of New Zealand soldiers. The following circular regulating marriages in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force has been issued by Brigadier-General Richardson (commanding N.Z.E.F., England).
MARRIAGES.
1. All officers and other ranks of the N.Z.E.P. who are desirous of marrying in the United Kingdom must obtain permission from Headquarters, N.Z.E.F., London. Each application, in the first place, must be submitted to the applicant's commanding officer.
2. The soldier will forward with his application a certificate of character of the person he wishes to marry, from a clergyman, magistrate, or leading local resident.
3. The O.C. unit will interview each applicant before forwarding the application, and will satisfy himself that, so far as he can ascertain — (a) The soldier is legally free to contract a marriage; (b) the certificate of character is genuine; (c) the soldier realises the difficulties likely to arise in obtaining a passage for his wife to New Zealand, and that the New Zealand Government cannot be held liable for her passage to the Dominion; (d) the soldier is not contracting a hasty and undesirable marriage.
4.The O.C. having satisfied himself that the application is one that should be considered for approval, will forward it to Headquarters, N.Z.E.F., London.
5. On receipt of the application at Headquarters, the Staff Paymaster will ascertain from the allottee if the soldier's allotment can be varied in favour of his future wife. If this variation is not agreed to, the O.C will be notified that the application for marriage has not been approved. If the allotment is varied as requested, the soldier's O.C. will be notified that the application is approved, and a copy of this approval will be forwarded to the Officer in Charge Records, London.
6. When the soldier has been notified by his O.C. that he has permission to marry, he should apply direct to the Officer in Charge Records, N.Z.E.F., No. 8, Southampton Row, London, W.C.1,. for a record certificate of his marital condition. He will present this certificate to the clergyman or registrar to whom he applies to solemnise the marriage.
7. The Officer in Charge Records will also supply any information available from office records regarding the marital condition of a soldier to any clergyman or registrar applying for the same.
8. Instructions have been issued to all clergymen and registrars that marriages of New Zealand soldiers are not to be solemnised until they have assured themselves by reference to the Officer in Charge Records, that the soldier ia legally free to contract a marriage.
9. A certified copy of the marriage certificate will be forwarded by the soldier concerned to the High Commissioner for New Zealand, 415, Strand, London, W.C.2; also a certified copy of the birth certificate in respect of each child of the marriage.
10. Separation allowance — A soldier who has married with permission as above may apply for separation allowance to the High Commissioner for New Zealand, 415, Strand, London, W.C.2.

UK [England and Wales] Marriage Registration Quarters are Jan-Feb-Mar, Apr-May-Jun, Jul-Aug-Sep and Oct-Nov-Dec. Remember the marriage could be registered in the next 1/4 after the event.

ABERCROMBIE - WHITE [nee SHENTON] - At the Manse, 23 West Cumberland street, Glasgow, on October 15th, John David Abercrombie, A.C.S., M.T., eldest son of the late Mr David Abercrombie and Mrs Abercrombie, 89 Oxford drive, North Glasgow, was married to Annie W. White, widow of the late Mr W. H. White, New Zealand, and eldest daughter of the late Sir George Shenton, of Perth, West Australia. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16090, 21 DECEMBER 1917 [ABERCROMBIE John David/WHITE [SHENTON] Annie Wilhelmina 1917 Hillhead, Scotland]

ABRAHAM - BIRKETT - On August 23rd, by special license, at St. Barnabas Church, Addison-road, London W., Lionel Martyn Abraham, R.F.A., eldest son of Mr and Mrs Lionel Abraham, of Palmerston North (New Zealand), was married to Miss Phyllis Edith Birkett, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Birkett, of 22, Warwick Gardens, Kensington, London. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XL, ISSUE 9177, 18 OCTOBER 1915 [ABRAHAM Lionel Martyn/BIRKETT Phyllis Edith Jul 1/4 1915 Kensington, London]

AIKEN — ROWE — On December 26, 1917 at the Parish Church, Paignton, England, by the Rev. C. Y. Timbrell, Kenneth L. Aiken (Sixth Reinforcements, N.Z.E.F.), elder son of F. P. Aiken, Hamilton, to Mary E. T. Rowe, youngest daughter of W. F. Howe, Paignton, England. WAIKATO TIMES, VOLUME 89, ISSUE 13773, 21 MAY 1918 [AIKEN Kenneth Levoni - WW1 12/2630/ROWE Mary Evelyn Turner Oct 1/4 1917 Totnes, Devon]

AINGER - WILLIAMS - On January 7th, at St. James's Church, Brighton, by the Rev. W. Breton, M.A.. and on December 29th 1915, by H.B.M. Consul-General at the British Consulate, Rouen, Captain William Bradshaw Ainger, F.R.C.S., R.A.M.C. (T.F.), late of 58, Sloane-street, and No. 2, Red Cross Hospital, Rouen, son of the late Mr H. J. Ainger, of Christchurch, New Zealand, was married to Miss Elsie Mary Williams, daughter of the late Mr William Williams, of Courts Heart, Briton Ferry, South Wales. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9283, 25 FEBRUARY 1916 [Marriage not registered UK] [AINGER William Bradshaw/WILLIAMS Elsie Mary 1915 Rouen, France]

AITKEN - RICE - Mr James H. Aitken, Wellington, was married on November 13th at St. Enoch’s Church, Glasgow to Ethel F. L. Rice, Millar place, Stirling. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Francis Broun, St. Margaret’s, Polmandle. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIV, ISSUE 10187, 25 JANUARY 1919 [AITKEN James Herbert/RICE Ethel Frances Lawrie 1918 Blythswood, Scotland] [He appears to be Thomas Herbert AITKEN though married as James Herbert AITKEN]

ALLEN - FOSTER - The engagement is announced of Lieut.Colonel Stephen Sheppard Allen, D.S.O., and Mary Isobel Hay, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs A.L. Foster, of Auckland, and of 41 Iverna Court, Kensington. Lieut.Colonel Allen is the fifth son of the late Mr W.S. Allen, and of Mrs Allen, of Woodhead Hall, Cheadle, Staffs. The wedding is expected to take place at an early date. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16162, 16 MARCH 1918. The marriage, is announced (says a London correspondent) on June llth, 1918, at St. Mary Abbotts, Kensington, of Lieut.Colonel Stephen Shepherd Allen, D.S.O., New Zealand Infantry, youngest surviving son of the late William Shepherd Allen, M.P. and Mrs Allen, of Woodhead Hall, near Cheadle, Staffordshire, to Mary Isabel Hay Foster eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs A. L. Foster, of Auckland, New Zealand, and of Iverna Court, Kensington W. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10060, 27 AUGUST 1918 [ALLEN Stephen Shepherd - WWI 12/2600/FOSTER Mary Isabel Hay Apr 1/4 1918 Kensington, London]

ALLEN - MARTIN - The engagement is announced between Lieutenant Frederick Kenneth Allen, R.N.R., late U.S.S.Company of New Zealand, and the Australian Imperial Forces, and Sylvia Martin, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W E Martin, Mayor and Mayoress of Stamford, Lincolnshire. Lieutenant Allen, who used to live in Devonport, is the son of Captain E.F. Allen, well-known in South Sea Islands shipping circles. He has recently been appointed to H.M.S. Cricket. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16016, 26 SEPTEMBER 1917 [ALLEN Frederick Kenneth/MARTIN Sylvia Jan 1/4 1919 Stamford, Lincolnshire]

ANDERSON - PATTERSON - Cabled advice has been received in Christchurch on the marriage, on April 4, in England of Captain Douglas Anderson, N.Z.M.C., son of Dr and Mrs Morton Anderson, of Christchurch, to Miss Kathleen Patterson, of Belfast, Ireland. LYTTELTON TIMES, VOLUME CXVII, ISSUE 17758, 8 APRIL 1918 [ANDERSON, Alan Douglas - WWI 3/3942/PATTERSON Kathleen Clarke Apr 1/4 1918 Uxbridge, Middlesex]

ANDERSON - TYNDALL [nee LE BAS DE PLUMETOT] - At St. Andrew's Church, Wells street, London, on December 10, Major John Anderson, Canterbury Regiment, was married to Alice, widow of the late Horatio Darby Tyndall, Chinese Customs. Major Anderson is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs John Anderson, Christchurch. OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 3336, 20 FEBRUARY 1918. [Alice Marguerite Le Bas de Plumetot married Horatio Darby Tyndall in Oct 1/4 1912 St George Hanover Sq, London] [ANDERSON John - WW1 15/17/TYNDALL Alice Marguerite Oct 1/4 1917 Marylebone, Middlesex]

ARKELL - GETHING - The engagement is announced of Lieutenant Albert Ernest Arkell, Remount Service, Egypt, and Nora Bagnall, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs James E. Gething, of Siddinton Hall, Cirencester. Lieutenant Arkell is the younger son of the late Mr J. Arkell, of Auckland. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9873, 19 JANUARY 1918 [ARKELL Albert Ernest/GETHING Nora Bagnall Jul 1/4 1919 Cirencester, Gloucestershire]

ARTHUR-WORSOP - LEIGH-LYE - A war wedding of New Zealand interest took place at Whitchurch, Middlesex, on May 3rd. The bridegroom was Archibald Kerr Arthur-Worsop, New Zealand Medical Corps, of Wanganui; the bride was Miss Margaret Honour Leigh-Lye, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Arthur Leigh-Lye, of Thurloxton Rectory, Somerset, and Mrs Leigh-Lye, of Alexandra Park, London. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Sidney Leigh-Lye, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Louis Stievenard, vicar of Buildwas, Salop. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9381, 21 JUNE 1916 [ARTHUR-WORSOP Archibald Kerr - WW1 3/169a/LEIGH-LYE Margaret Honour Apr 1/4 1916 Hendon, Middlesex]

ASHBOLT - RHIND - On September 29th at St. Mary le Park Church, London. S.W., the marriage took place of Private Frank Ashbolt, of the N.Z.E.F., to Miss Gladys Louise Rhind, elder daughter of the late Mr W. G. Rhind, of Wellington (N.Z) and Mrs Rhind, of Norfolk mansions, S.W. The bride was given away by her brother, Dr Sydney Rhind, and Sergeant Vivian Rhind, of the N.Z.E.F. was best man. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9524, 5 DECEMBER 1916 [ASHBOLT Frank Lionel - WW1 10/1728/RHIND Gladys Louise Jul 1/4 1916 Wandsworth, London]

ATKINSON - BURNETT - On Thursday, November 30th, Esmond Hurworth Atkinson, elder son of Mr Tudor Atkinson, was married in London to Miss Alison Dorothy Burnett, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs James Burnett, of Kelburn. Wellington. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9524, 5 DECEMBER 1916 [ATKINSON Esmond Hurworth/BURNETT Alison Dorothy Oct 1/4 1916 Southwark, London]

BARNABY - MOWBRAY [nee PUTT] - On July 28th, at St. Mary's Church, Kidlington, by special license, Private William Barnaby, A.I.B., of Mt Roskill, Auckland was married to Annie Polly Lavinia (Viney), widow of the later Alfred William Mardon Mowbray, and eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Putt, Hazelwood House, Kidlington, Oxon. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16016, 26 SEPTEMBER 1917 [BARNABY William - WWI 13/2160/MOWBRAY Annie Polly Lavinia Jul 1/4 1917 Woodstock, Oxfordshire]

BARRANCE - YORK - On February 6, at All Saints Church, Boscombe, Hants, Lieutenant Kimpton Mcintosh Barrance, New Zealand Engineers, and of Auckland, New Zealand, to Lilian, younger daughter of the late J. A. York and of Mrs. York, Scaresbrick Avenue, Didsbury, Manchester. (The Times, March 1, 1919.) NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LVI, ISSUE 17139, 19 APRIL 1919, Page 1 [BARRANCE Kimpton McIntosh - WW1 21468/YORK Lilian Jan 1/4 1919 Christchurch, Hampshire]

BARRY - MCCLURE - An occasion of great joy would have been the wedding between Jane Evelyn McClure and 7/813 Q.M. Sergeant William Francis Barry from Canterbury on the 8th August 1917. The couple was married at St. John’s Church, Ismailia, Egypt. McClure wore a white crepe de cine gown and was given away by Colonel Spragg of the Wellington Mounted Rifles. The bridesmaid was Jopp and she wore a white embroidered voile frock. The best man was Sergeant Major Shand from Gisborne. The reception was held at the New Zealand Club in Ismailia with Jones as hostess. Another celebration would have been the birth of a baby girl to Q.M. Sgt. Barry and Mrs. W.F. Barry on 9th December 1918 but sadness soon followed with the death of Mrs Barry on 13th December 1918 from septicemia, a complication of child birth. [Barry O'Sullivan] [BARRY William Francis - WW1 7/813/McCLURE Jane Evelyn 1917 Ismailia, Egypt]

BARTLETT - O'NEIL - On December 19, in St. James's Church, King Street, Sydney, the marriage took place, of Mr Stanley Leon Bartlett, second son of Mrs. Humby, of Auckland, New Zealand, to Miss Elsie Florence O'Neil, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter O'Neil, of Macquarie Street, Sydney. DOMINION, VOLUME 11, ISSUE 96, 16 JANUARY 1918 [BARTLETT Stanley Leon/O'NEILL Elsie Florence 1917 Sydney, NSW]

BARTON - BELL - On August 11th, at Sheerness, England, Engineer-Lieutenant F. Hadlow Barton, R.N.R., only surviving son of Mr and Mrs W. B. Barton, of Canterbury, was married to Miss Doris Bell, only daughter of the late Norman Harper Bell, of Dunedin (New Zealand), and Mrs Bell, of Russell-square, London, W.C. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XL, ISSUE 9177, 18 OCTOBER 1915 [BARTON Frederick Hadlow/BELL Doris Laura Jul 1/4 1915 Sheppey, Kent]

BASKETT - CUTHBERT - August 20th is the date which has been arranged for the wedding of Lieutenant Edmund Graham Baskett, of the Nigeria Regiment, and Miss Dorothy Mary Cuthbert, only daughter of Mr and Mrs R S Cuthbert, of London. The ceremony will take place in the afternoon at Southwark Cathedral. No invitations are being issued, but all friends are welcome. Lieutenant Baskett is the fourth son of Mr and Mrs Baskett of Cambridge, New Zealand. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16016, 26 SEPTEMBER 1917 [BASKETT Edmund Graham/CUTHBERT Dorothy Mary Jul 1/4 1917 Southwark, London] [UK Soldiers Died in the Great War: Name: Edmund Graham Baskett Death Date: 27 Oct 1918 Rank: Temp Captain Regiment: West African Frontier Force]

BATEMAN - BOOTH - At Bolton Abbey, by license, Harry George Bateman, F.R.G.S., Staff Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, fourth son of Mr E. T. Bateman, of St.Albans, was married to Marjorie, only daughter of Mr George Booth, of Beamsley Hall, Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire. The ceremony took place on March 14th, and was performed by the Rev. C. F. Tomlinson, M.A., Rector. Prior to the war, Lieutenant Bateman was out in China, where he worked for 2 1/2 years with the Inland Medical Mission. Previously he was in the Lands and Survey Department, in New Zealand. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16212, 15 MAY 1918 [BATEMAN Harry George/BOOTH Marjorie Jan 1/4 1918 Skipton, Yorkshire West Riding]

BATES - ORR - Cabled news has been received of the marriage on June 19 of Miss Bessie [sic] Orr, late lady superintendent of the nursing staff of the Auckland Hospital, to Mr Ernest Bates, of Winton Croft, Purley Downs, Surrey, England. DOMINION, VOLUME 11, ISSUE 236, 24 JUNE 1918 [BATES Ernest/ORR Jessie Muriel Apr 1/4 1918 Croydon, Surrey]

BATHGATE - HOLDEN - A wedding of New Zealand interest took place on December 21 at Hinckley, Leicestershire by the Rev. W. Crowe, of Second-Lieutenant John Linsley Bathgate, Lincoln Regiment, only son of A. Bathgate, Esq., of Dunedin to Daisy Hilda Holden, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. S. Holden of Hinckley, Leicestershire. STAR, ISSUE 12243, 15 FEBRUARY 1918 [BATHGATE John Linsey/HOLDEN Daisy Hilda Oct 1/4 1917 Hinckley, Leicestershire]

BAXTER - BARCLAY - The engagement is announced of Miss Dorothy Barclay, daughter of Major H. C. Barclay, R.A.M.C and Mrs Barclay, Waimate to Captain R. H. Baxter, M.C., New Zealand Medical Corps, France. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16112, 17 JANUARY 1918. Mr. H. C. Baxter, Harwood, Papanui, has received a cable message from his son. Captain Robert H. Baxter, M.C., announcing his marriage at London on October 24, to Miss Dorothy Barclay, daughter of Major and Mrs. H. C. Barclay, late of Waimate. DOMINION, VOLUME 13, ISSUE 34, 4 NOVEMBER 1919 [BAXTER Robert Hector/BARCLAY Dorothy Amy 1919 Marylebone, Middlesex]

BEETHAM - HUTCHISON [nee BOOTH] - A very quiet military wedding of special New Zealand interest took place yesterday afternoon, at Walton-on-Thames. The bridegroom was Lieut. Ralph FitzRoger B. Beetham, N.Z.M.R., eldest son of Mr Hugh B. Beetham and Mrs Beetham, of Brancepeth, Wairarapa. The bride was Mrs Mabel Carrington Hutchison, oldest daughter of the late Mr William Booth, of Carterton. The church was prettily decorated with pink and cream roses and palms, and the congregation consisted chiefly of New Zealand nurses from the hospital at Walton, as well as many of the patients, officers and men. For nearly a year past the bride has been on the nursing staff of a New Zealand hospital here. Lieut.-Colonel T. Mill, N.Z.M.C. (Geraldine), in charge of the No. 2 N.Z. General Hospital, gave away the bride, whose dress was of delicate grey crepe de chine, worn with a hat of similar shade, trimmed with pale grey ospreys and lined with shell pink; she carried a loose bouquet of pint carnations. Chaplain-Major Luxford, C.M.G., performed the ceremony, assisted by the Rev. J. T. Price. The groomsmen were Lieut. E. W. Nairn, Grenadier Guards (Hawke's Bay), and Captain Martin B. Tweed, N.Z.M.C. Before the ceremony and after it, the organist played numerous selections, and the hymn, "O Perfect Love," was sung. Those present included the bride's son and daughter Master Bob Hutchison and Miss Violet Hutchison, the latter wearing a pretty frock of green ninon and a black lace hat. Mrs Luxford, Mrs T. Mill, Mrs Hayter, Mrs Allen, Miss Wilson (Matron at Mount Felix), and Lieut. Speight. Lieut. Beetham was wounded while acting as A.D.C. to Major General Sir A. H. Russell, and he is returning to New Zealand at an early date with other members of the Main Body. Mrs Beetham will remain here and resume her hospital duties. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16043, 27 OCTOBER 1917 [BEETHAM Ralph Fitz-Roger Bidwell/HUTCHISON Mabel Carrington Jul 1/4 1917 Chertsey, Surrey] [HUTCHISON William Gordon/BOOTH Mabel Carrington Jan 1/4 1902 Paddington, London]

BENNETT - WEISS - The marriage took place on December 20, in Paris of Captain T I Bennett, R.A.M.C, only son of Mr and Mrs A W Bennett, of Christchurch to Miss Ruth Weiss, youngerst daughter of Monsieur N Weiss and Madame Weiss. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLVIII, ISSUE 55, 5 MARCH 1917. [Also see UK, Foreign and Overseas Registers of British Subjects, 1628-1969 on ancestry.] [BENNETT Thomas Izod/WEISS Ruth Iris 1916 Paris, France]

BIRD - ADAM [nee HAYWARD] - On June 2nd, at Cardiff, Second Lieutenant Percy Bird, Gloucester Regiment, younger son of Alderman Charles Hayward Bird, J.P., and Mrs Bird, of Cardiff, was married to Mrs Adam, widow of Dr John Adam, of Dunedin (N.Z.), and daughter of the late Mr and Mrs William Hayward, of Woolwich. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLII, ISSUE 9724, 28 JULY 1917 [BIRD Percy/ADAM Quita Lilian Emily Maud Apr 1/4 1917 Cardiff, Glamorganshire] [ADAM John Sidey/HAYWARD Lilian Emily Maud Apr 1/4 1909 Strand, London]

BISHOP - PEARCE - On March 11, 1919 at Christ Church, Woburn Square, London, Kenneth Bishop, Sergeant, NZ Mounted Rifles, eldest son of B H and M A Bishop, King Edward Avenue, Epsom, Auckland to Clarice Mary, eldest daughter of the late Peter B Pearce, and Mrs Pearce of Herbrand Street, London W.C. At home 7 King Edward Avenue, Epsom, August 21st. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LVI, ISSUE 17240, 16 AUGUST 1919, Page 1 [BISHOP Kenneth - WW1 13/19/PEARCE Clarice Mary Jan 1/4 1919 St. Giles, London]

BLACK -STEVENSON - The marriage between Lieutenant A. Travers Black, R.N.V.R,. and Miss Charlotte Stevenson, daughter of the late Robert Stevenson of Auckland, New Zealand, took place at Christchurch, Chelsea, on Thursday, September 26. STAR ISSUE 12494 5 DECEMBER 1918. On September 26, 1918 at Christ Church, Chelsea, by the Rev. H G Rosedale, D.D., assisted by the Rev.P H Baldwin, Lieutenant A Travers Black, R.N.V.R of Sydney, NSW to Charlotte Stevenson, only daughter of the late Captain Rupert Stevenson, of Tauranga, New Zealand - Copied from The Times, London, September 28, 1918. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LV, ISSUE 17052, 7 JANUARY 1919, Page 1 [BLACK Albert Travers/STEVENSON Charlotte Elizabeth Russ Jul 1/4 1918 Chelsea, London]

BLACKBURN - SIMPSON - At Holy Trinity Church, Bournemouth, Miss Maria Ida Lian Simpson, daughter of Mrs Zoe and the late Mr Percy Simpson, of Pahiatua, was married to Major Vivian Gaskell Blackburn, D.S.C., R.A.F. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. E. Simpson, uncle of the bride. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10019, 10 JULY 1918 and AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLIX, ISSUE 166, 13 JULY 1918 [BLACKBURN Vivian Gaskell/SIMPSON Maria Ida Lian Apr 1/4 1918 Christchurch, Hampshire]

BLAIR -GADRAT -The marriage took place on January 28, 1917 of Major D B Blair, M.C, of the New Zealand Staff Corps, N.Z.E.F. to Mlle Suzanne Gadrat, of Tours, France. AUCKLAND STAR 21 April 1917. Military File -Duncan Barrie BLAIR married Marcelle Thereze Suzanne GADRAT on 28 January 1917 at District of St Giles, London, W.C. [BLAIR Duncan Barrie - WWI 7/309/GADRAT Suzanne Jan 1/4 1917 St. Giles, London]

BOND - BONTHORNE - The engagement is announced of Captain V.R. Bond and Miss Bonthorne, of Wellington. Captain Bond has been wounded and is at Brockenhurst. Miss Bonthorne is working with the N.Z.W.C.A. LYTTELTON TIMES, VOLUME CXVII, ISSUE 17817, 15 JUNE 1918 [BOND Victor Roche - WW1 11/1276/BONTHORNE Iris Margaret Apr 1/4 1918 Romford, Essex]

BOND - SCOTT - By special license, the wedding was solemnised very quietly on December 10, at St. Philip's Church, Hove, of Lieutenant Alfred James Bond, New Zealand Engineers (second son of Mr J L Bond of Hamilton) to Mabel Constance, only child of the late William Henry Scott, of Hove. OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 3336, 20 FEBRUARY 1918. [BOND Alfred James - WW1 12/689/SCOTT Mabel Constance Oct 1/4 1917 Steyning, Sussex] The death is announced from London of Mrs. A. J. Bond under distressing circumstances. She was married to Lieut.A. J. Bond (son of Mr. J. S. Bond, of Hamilton) on December 10 last, at Hove, and, with her husband, went up to the metropolis. There she was taken ill with pneumonia, and, notwithstanding the best medical and nursing attention, she succumbed seven weeks after her marriage. The funeral took place on Tuesday, January 29, in St. Philip's Church, Hove, and was conducted by the Rev. E. Cresswell Gee, who had officiated at the wedding. The chief mourners were the bereaved husband and his brother, Private Percy Bond of the N.Z.E.F. The following officers acted as bearers:— Major Hume, Captain P. M. Wilford, Lieut. W. V. Quane, and Second-Lieutenants J. K. Maloney, D. C. Griffith, and R. P. Kay. DOMINION, VOLUME 11, ISSUE 168, 5 APRIL 1918

BONE - GRANT - The marriage took place at "Ravenswood," Kilbowie, Scotland, on June 3rd of Eng.Sub.Lieuteuant Bone R.N.R., only son of Mr and Mrs J. E. Bone, Dunedin, and Marion, second daughter of Mr and Mrs J. M. Grant, of "Ravenswood," Kilbowie, Clydebank. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16279, 1 AUGUST 1918 [BONE Claude Cyril Ernest/GRANT Marion Agnes 1918 Old or West Kilpatrick, Scotland]

BRAILSFORD - KAUFMAN - Second-Lieutenant F. S. Brailsford, of the N.Z. Machine-gun Corps, is engaged to Rosalie, daughter of Mr and Mrs F. Kaufman, of Gillingham, Kent. Lieutenant Brailsford is at present in the N.Z. Officers' Convalescent Home in Brighton. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16224, 29 MAY 1918. [BRAILSFORD Stanley Frederick - WW1 24/63/KAUFMAN Rosalie Pauline Jul 1/4 1918 Islington, London]

BREMNER - GRANT - Major Daniel Eric Bremner, M.C. son of Mr W Bremner, Drury, to Annie, daughter of Captain Grant of Glasgow, Scotland (By cable.) NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LV, ISSUE 16776, 16 FEBRUARY 1918, Page 1 [BREMNER Daniel Eric - WW1 9/796/GRANT Annie 1918 Campsie, Scotland]

BRIDGES - SOMERS - The marriage took place on July 14, at St. Luke's, Maidstone, by the Rev. W. H. Collis, of Leslie Walter Bridges, 2nd Lieut, Royal West Kent Regiment, younger son of Mr. G. G. Bridges, of Wellington, and Jeanne Marie Somers, elder daughter of Mr. M. L. Somers, of Antwerp. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLVIII, ISSUE 218, 12 SEPTEMBER 1917 [BRIDGES Leslie Walter/SOMERS Jeanne Marie Jul 1/4 1917 Maidstone, Kent]

BRIGHT -JAMES -The engagement is announced of Captain John W Bright, W.M.R., attached to the 2nd ANZAC Headquarters to Miss Jeannette E James, eldest daughter of the late Mr Arthur C R James of Jamaica and Mrs James, 5 Cumberland Gate, Kew Gardens, and niece of St Evan James, Glenshee, Twickenham. Leave permitting the wedding will take place at an early date. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCV, ISSUE 14, 16 JANUARY 1918, Page 9. On January 12th, at Kew Parish Church, the marriage took place of Captain John William Bright, N.Z.E.F., of Wellington to Jeannette Elizabeth James, eldest daughter of the late Mr Arthur C R James, of Jamacia, and of Mrs James, 5 Cumberland Gate, Kew Gardens. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Alfred Ogilivy, M.A., curate-in-charge. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16162, 16 MARCH 1918 [BRIGHT John William - WW1 15/26/JAMES Jeannette Elizabeth Jan 1/4 1918 Richmond South, Surrey]

BROWNE - KNAPMAN - Cadet R.B. Browne, Otago Regiment, is engaged to Miss Edith Constance Knapman, daughter of Mr and Mrs T Knapman, daughter of Mr and Mrs T. Knapman, of Hersham, Surrey. Mr Browne belongs to the Upper Hutt, Wellington and Miss Knapman has been on the staff at Mt. Felix since the opening of the hospital. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16177, 4 APRIL 1918 [BROWNE Randal Borthwick - WW1 8/1153/KNAPMAN Edith Constance Jan 1/4 1918 Chertsey, Surrey]

BUCKINGHAM - ROBERTSON - On March 7, 1919 at Cairo, Egypt, Captain R. Buckingham M.C., Croix de Guerre, of the R.A.F., Stanmore, Sydney to Dr S A Robertson, third daughter of Mr and Mrs P Robertson, Riverside, Avondale. (By cable). NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LVI, ISSUE 17110, 15 MARCH 1919, Page 1 [BUCKINGHAM Reginald Eric/ROBERTSON Susan 1919 Cairo, Egypt]

BURMESTER - ROSE - Miss Erica Rose, daughter of the late Mr Henry Rose, Dunedin, and Mrs Rose, Christchurch, was married at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Tadworth, on April llth, to Lieutenant J. W. Lawrence Burmester. of the Northamptonshire Regt., eldest son of Mr J. W. S. Burmester, of Sutton. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Z W. Lawrence, uncle of the bridegroom and the Rev. J. W. Wethered, rector of the parish. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16224, 29 MAY 1918. [BURMESTER John William Lawrence/ROSE Erica Susan Carrick Jun 1/4 1918 Epsom, Surrey]

BURR - GRAY - On October 16, 1918 at 24 Havelock Street, Dowanhill, Scotland by the Rev. William Dickie, D.D, Dowanhill U.R. Church, Corporal Henry H Burr, N.Z Army, eldest son of H E Burr, Princes St, Devonport, N.Z to Jean Stenhouse Adam, eldest daughter of Elliot Gray. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LV, ISSUE 17033, 14 DECEMBER 1918, Page 1 [BURR Henry Harris (Harry) - WW1 10/3501/GRAY Jane Stenhouse Adams 1918 Patrick, Scotland]

BURROWS - BRIDGE - The wedding took place on May 15 very quietly and by special license owing to the war, of Lieut. Arnold Hayes Burrows, of the 6th Northumberland Regiment, second son of the Rev. J. and Mrs Burrows, Wellingborough, Northampton, to Miss Margaret Hastings Bridge, daughter of Mr and Mrs C. Hastings Bridge, of Christchurch. Dr Mary Blair, an intimate New Zealand friend of the bride, was the only outsider present. Miss Bridge is a grand-daughter of the late C. J. Bridge, J.P, (who was a Canterbury Pilgrim, a member of the Canterbury Association, and went out in Randolph) and a great grand-daughter of the late Sir Charles Hastings, M.D., of Worcester. She has been studying medicine at the London School of Medicine for Women. SOUTHLAND TIMES, ISSUE 17467, 7 JULY 1915 [BURROWS Arnold Hayes/BRIDGE Margaret Hastings Apr 1/4 1915 Paddington, London] [UK, Soldiers Died in the Great War, 1914-1919 - Name: Arnold Hayes Burrows Death Date: 13 Mar 1916 Rank: Captain (T) Regiment:Northamptonshire Regiment 6th Battalion

BUTLER - SELIG - On October 20th, by special license the marriage took place at St. Andrew's Church, Earlsfield, of Captain Cecil M. Butler, A.S.C., second son of Mrs and the late Mr W. R. Butler of Earlsfield, to Catherine Louise Selig, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred A Selig, of Ellerslie Mansions, Cornwallis Gardens, Hastings. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16090, 21 DECEMBER 1917 [BUTLER Cecil Mockford/SELIG Catherine Louise Oct 1/4 1917 Wandsworth, London]

CAMPBELL - LINDAY - At All Saints', Forest-gate, London, on October 21st, Mr James Alexander Campbell, N.Z.E.F, son of Mr James Campbell of Timaru (N.Z) was married to Miss Lilian Jane Linday, daughter of Mr Robert Linday, of Forest Gate. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9534, 16 DECEMBER 1916 [CAMPBELL James Alexander - WW1 3/83/LINDAY Lilian Jane Oct 1/4 1916 West Ham, Essex]

CAMPBELL - NELSON - The wedding took place at the South street Wesleyan Chapel, Birmingham, early in May, of Lance Corporal Colin M. Campbell (3rd Auckland), and Sister Irene J. Nelson, a member of the nursing staff of the 1st Southern General Hospital in Birmingham, where the bridegroom was sent for treatment. Mr Campbell has returned to dutys at Hornchurch, and Mrs Campbell continues her work in the Birmingham Hospital. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9381, 21 JUNE 1916 [CAMPBELL Colin Mitchell - WW1 12/28/NELSON Irene Josephine Apr 1/4 1916 Kings Norton, Warwickshire]

CARR - GREIG — On April 21, 1917 at Marylebone Parish Church, London, by the Rev. W. Smith, uncle of the bridegroom, and the Rev. Canon A. Richards, Stanley Austin Carr, Lieut. N.Z.M.R. eldest son of the late Mr. R. Anthony Carr and Mrs. Carr, Marivare, Epsom, to Barbara Sibyl, late Q.A.I.M.N.S.R, second daughter of Mrs. J. D. Greig, Glenalvon. Auckland. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16582, 4 JULY 1917, Page 1 [CARR Stanley Austin - WW1 13/2151/GREIG Barbara Sibyl Apr 1/4 1917 Marylebone, Middlesex]

CAVANAGH - O'LEARY - The engagement is announced of Miss Iris O'Leary, second daughter of Mr and Mrs A. P. O'Leary, of New Plymouth, who have been living in England for some considerable time. The bridegroom elect is Mr Michael Cavanagh, of Ballagh House, Errill, Queen's County, Ireland, son of Mr Joseph Cavanagh. December 10th is the date fixed for the ceremony, which will take place in London. Prior to the war, Miss O'Leary had been studying pianoforte playing on the Continent, and her good knowledge of German has since been of much use in the Censor's office. Before leaving New Zealand, Miss Iris O'Leary was a well-known pianist. PRESS, ISSUE 16390, 9 DECEMBER 1918. On December 10th, at University Church, St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, the wedding took place of Mr Michael Cavanagh, of Baltagh House, Errill, Queen's County, to Miss Iris O'Leary, second daughter of Mr and Mrs A. P. O'Leary, of New Plymouth, and Maida Vale. London. Early in the New Year the young couple intend to sail for New Zealand, and their idea is to settle on the land. Mrs Cavanagh studied music on the Continent, and is a brilliant pianist, and during the war her intimate knowledge of German was put to good use in the Censor's Office in London. PRESS, VOLUME LV, ISSUE 16447, 14 FEBRUARY 1919, Page 2 [CAVANAGH Michael/O'LEARY Iris 10 Dec 1918 Dublin South, Ireland]

CHALMERS — NOLAN — On February 25, 1919 at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, London, by Rev, Chapman, Lieut. H. R. H. Chalmers, N.Z R.F., second son of James Leslie Chalmers, Mount Eden, to Beryl, second daughter of Robert H. Nolan, Hawera. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LVI, ISSUE 17139, 19 APRIL 1919, Page 1 [CHALMERS Henry Ralph Harvey - WW1 25/729/NOLAN Beryl Leonie Jan 1/4 1919 St. Martin, London]

CLAPHAM - FORMAN - The engagement is announced of Lieutenant H. Neville Clapham, Auckland Regiment, eldest son of Mr and Mrs G. H. Clapham, of Mount Eden, and Doris Crichton, only daughter of the late John Forman and Mrs Dora M. Forman, of Setley House, Brockenhurst. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16333, 3 OCTOBER 1918. WEDDINGS IN ENGLAND ... Lieutenant Neville Clapham, Auckland Regiment, to Miss Doris Forman of Brockenhurst. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIV, ISSUE 10187, 25 JANUARY 1919 [CLAPHAM Herbert Neville - WW1 13616/FORMAN Doris Crichton Dec 1/4 1918 Lymington, Hampshire]

CLAYTON - HARE - A wedding of New Zealand interest was solemnised in London recently, when Miss Eva Hare, elder daughter of the late Mr A. R. Hare, of Blackmount, Fairfax, New Zealand, and of Mrs Hare, of Bedford Park, London, was married to Mr Lewis Hare Clayton, of the Malay Civil Service, The ceremony was performed by the bridegroom’s father, Right Rev. Bishop Clayton, assisted by the Rev. H. Gamble, and took place in Holy Trinity Church, Sloane square. The bride was given away by her uncle, Sir Lancelot Hare, K.C.S.I., she wore white satin, with veil of Honiton lace, and a diamond pendant, the gift of her uncle. Miss Dorothy Hare was bridesmaid, wearing blue charmeuse and a black hat, with bouquet of pink carnations. Two little children also acted as attendants. The bridegroom’s gift was a moonstone necklet. Mrs Hare wore black velvet with white lace, and a black and white plumed hat. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride’s aunt, Mrs Westlake, River House, Chelsea Embankment. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XL, ISSUE 8941, 14 JANUARY 1915 [CLAYTON Lewis Hare/HARE Eva Oct 1/4 1914 Chelsea, London]

CLIFFE - HART - Weddings Abroad - Recent weddings celebrated include: At Christ's Church, Bengeo, Herts, Walter L Cliffe, son of Mr and Mrs W Cliffe, Auckland to Phyllis, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Hart, Elton-road, Bengeo. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCVIII, ISSUE 24, 29 JULY 1919 [CLIFFE Walter Leonard - WW1 36289/HART Phyllis Mary Jun 1/4 1919 Hertford, Hertfordshire]

COOK - ARROL - On December 24, 1917 at St Pancras Church, London, Harold, fourth son of H G Cook, Mairtown, Whangarei to Margareta, daughter of Hugh B Arrol, of the schoolhouse, Edinburgh and niece of the Hon. W A Cowan. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LV, ISSUE 16799, 15 MARCH 1918, Page 1 [COOK Harold/ARROL Margareta Oct 1/4 1917 Pancras, Middlesex]

COOK - HAYNES - Lieutenant-Colonel C. F. D. Cook, D.S.O., Wellington Regiment, was married at St. Luke's Church, Reading, on November 21st, to Agneta Mary Haynes. The bridegroom is the eldest son of the late Professor C. H. H. Cook, MA., of Christchurch, New Zealand (one time Fellow of St. John’s College, Cambridge), and Mrs Cook, of Marton, New Zealand. The bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Haynes, 11, Victoria square, Reading. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J, J. Scully. M.A.. vicar of South Creake, Norfolk, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev F. J. Howard, M.A., vicar of St. Lukes, Reading. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9873, 19 JANUARY 1918 [COOK Charles Frederick Denman - WW1 10/543/HAYNES Agneta Mary Oct 1/4 1917 Reading, Berkshire] [CWGC - COOK Charles Frederick Denman Service Number 10/543 Died 02/05/1918 1st Bn. Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. D S O, Twice Mentioned in Despatches Buried Reading Cemetery, Berkshire]

CORBETT - ALLEN [WOODBURY-ALLEN] - A marriage has been arranged, and will shortly take place, between A. E. (Pete) Corbett, warrant officer, R.N.R., son of the late Mr J. H. Corbett, of Masterton, New Zealand, and Olga, youngest daughter of the late Mr Richard Woodbury-Allen, of Nova Scotia, and Mrs Woodbury-Allen, of Epsom, Surrey. Mr Corbett came to England to join the Royal Naval Reserve, and he has been on duty for just over a year. OTAGO DAILY TIMES, ISSUE 16896, 8 JANUARY 1917. [CORBETT Alfred James Edward/ALLEN Olga Marguerite Jan 1/4 1917 Epsom, Surrey]

CORKILL - LAWRY - On April 3, 1917 at the Wesleyan Church, High Street, Clapham, London, by Lieut-Colonel Luxford (C.F.). Lieut. Francis Malcolm Corkill (N.Z. Engineers), eldest son of T. E. Corkill, Wellington, to Gladys Mary, elder daughter of Henry R. Lawry, of Karaka Bay, Wellington and grand-daughter of the late Rev. H. H. Lawry, of Auckland. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16555, 2 JUNE 1917, Page 1. The marriage took place on April 13, says our London correspondent, of Lieutenant F. M. Corkill, N.Z.E. eldest son of Mr and Mis T. E. Corkill of Oriental Bay, Wellington, and Miss Gladys M. Lawry, elder daughter of Mr Henry Lawry of Karaka Bay, Wellington (late of the Bank of New Zealand). Mrs F. M. Corkill came to England a few months ago, and has been doing canteen work at Brockenhurst. Mrs T. Corkill, who came over a few weeks ago intends doing war work, after visiting relatives in the north of England and Scotland. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLVIII, ISSUE 155, 30 JUNE 1917 [CORKILL Francis Malcolm - WWI 4/1719/LAWRY Gladys Mary Apr 1/4 1917 Wandsworth, London]

COGHLAN - ROBINSON [nee SHINNIE] - At St. Bartholomew the Great, London, on August 29th, Edward Ernest Coghlan, N.Z.E.F., was married to Margaret Robinson (nee Shinnie), of Ardgowan, Cults, Aberdeenshire. The Rev. Tilden Smith performed the ceremony. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16359, 2 NOVEMBER 1918 [Reported as Coughlan and Robertson] [COGHLAN Edward Ernest - WWI 4/1968/ROBINSON Margaret Jul 1/4 1918 London City, London]

CRAWSHAY - STOREY - The wedding was to take place on June 4th at St. Michael's, Chester Square, London, of Private V. G. Crawsbay, M.M., to Miss Prudence Storey, a V.A.D. at King George’s Hospital, London. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10019, 10 JULY 1918 [CRAWSHAY Vivian Guy - WW1 3/3072/STOREY Hannah Prudence Apr 1/4 1918 St. George Hanover Sq, London]

CROMBIE - MACGREGOR - At St. John's Church, Oban, on October 23rd, Ernest John Crombie, eldest surviving son of the late Mr John Nicol Crombie, Glasgow and Auckland was married to Jean, youngest daughter of Mr John Macgregor, Strontollier, Oban. The ceremony was performed by the Very Rev. the Dean of Argyll and the Isles. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16090, 21 DECEMBER 1917 [CROMBIE Ernest John/MACGREGOR Jean 1917 Kilmore and Kilbride, Scotland]

CRUICKSHANK - STEPHENSON - Private cable advice has been received that the Rev. G. C. Cruickshank, vicar of Christ Church, Whangarei, who is acting as a chaplain at Codford Camp, England, was married yesterday to Sister Stephenson, one of the war nurses, this lady being presumably a daughter of the late Captain Stephenson of the Northern S.S. Company. NORTHERN ADVOCATE, 16 JANUARY 1918. NEW ZEALAND ARMY NURSING SERVICE. The undermentioned, resigned on account of marriage, are struck off the strength of the N.Z.E.F. 22/126 Sister M. E. Hobbs and 22/187 Sister A. K. Stephenson. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10005, 24 JUNE 1918 [CRUICKSHANK George Craig - WW1 16472/STEPHENSON Agnes Kate - WW1 22/187 Jan 1/4 1918 St Giles, Middlesex]

DALBY - MIDDLETON - Lieutenant Edwin Ballard Dalby, R.N.R of H.M.S Carmania, eldest son of Mr John Sayle Dalby of Hawke's Bay was married on June 17 at St Pancras Church to Marjorie Eva Middleton M.B, B.S (London), D.P.H (London), youngest daughter of Mr Guy Middleton, of Broadwater, Sussex. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W B S Dalby, M.A, rector of Kelling, Norfolk, uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. E C Sharp, M.A, rector of Holy Trinity, Marylebone and the Rev. F. W. Morgan-Jones, vicar of Send, Surrey, also uncle of the bridegroom. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LII, ISSUE 15992, 10 AUGUST 1915 [DALBY Edwin Ballard/MIDDLETON Marjorie Eva Apr 1/4 1915 St Pancras, London]

DAVY - WELCH - The marriage took place at Christ's Church, Claughton, Birkenhead, England, on February 11th last, of Miss Maud Elizabeth Jane Welch, of "The Gables," Claughton, and Gunner Clarence Frederic Davy, of the New Zealand Artillery. Gunner Davy, prior to enlisting with the 20th Reinforcements, was a member of the literary staff of the "New Zealand Referee," Christchurch. He was in England when the war broke out, and immediately enlisted, but was rejected, and was also rejected in Sydney and in the North Island before finally accepted for service in Christchurch. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9950, 20 APRIL 1918 [DAVY Clarence Frederick - WW1 43854/WELCH Maud Elizabeth Jane Jan 1/4 1918 Birkenhead, Cheshire]

DAVYS [DOUGLAS-DAVYS] - SLEDGE - The marriage took place at St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Sydney, recently, of Mr. J. Douglas-Davys, of Rotorua, to Miss Hazel May Sledge, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Sledge, of Roseville, the Rev. John Ferguson performing the ceremony. DOMINION, VOLUME 11, ISSUE 96, 16 JANUARY 1918 [DAVYS Jack Douglas/SLEDGE Hazel May 1918 Sydney, NSW]

DE COURCY - RUSSELL - At Cairo, Egypt, February 1919, Nevinson William de Courcy, B.A., Ministry of Public Works, Cairo, son of the late Colonel N W de Courcy, C.B. R.M.I.I to Grace Russell, M.D. L.R.C.D.S, Edin, L.F.P.S Glasgow, youngest daughter of the late J B Russell and Mrs Russell, Bristol, England. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LVI, ISSUE 17111, 17 MARCH 1919, Page 1 [DE COURCY Nevinson William/RUSSELL Matilda Hetty 1919 Cairo, Egypt]

DE COURCY - WRIGHT - On June 21, Captain John Arthur Gerald De Courcy, R.F.C., M.C., Croix de Guerre, only son of the Hon. R. C. S. and Mrs. de Courcy, of Waipukurau and Exeter, was married to Miss Anna Felicia Wright, daughter of the late Mr. Justice Wright and Mrs. Wright, of Bray, County Wicklow. DOMINION, VOLUME 10, ISSUE 3172, 24 AUGUST 1917 [DE COURCY John Arthur Gerald/WRIGHT Anna Felicia Jun 1/4 1917 Chelsea, London]

DEAN - HANMER - The wedding took place at St. John's Church, Meerut, India, on November 16, of Miss Municent Hanmer, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs George Hanmer, Telford, Ferry Road, Christchurch, to Mr. Vincent Lee Dean, assistant superintendent of the North Western Railway, India. The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr. A. P. Cox, and was attended by little Miss Margaret Sherlock as bridesmaid. Mr. Calder was best man. DOMINION, VOLUME 11, ISSUE 96, 16 JANUARY 1918 [DEAN Vincent Lee/HANMER Municent Clara 1917 Calcutta, Bengal, India]

DEAN - RUSSELL - On March 22nd the marriage took place at St. Mary Abbot’s, Kensington, London, of Captain H. H. Dean (of Wellington), Dorset Regiment, and Miss Jessie Agnes Russell, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs C. B. Russell, late of Wellington. Captain Dean is the son of the late Mr E. H. Dean, and has recently seen service in the Persian Gulf, being twice wounded in 1915. He is now assistant-adjutant at Sandhurst. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLII, ISSUE 9669, 25 MAY 1917 [DEAN Harland Holmes/RUSSELL Jessie Agnes Jan 1/4 1917 Kensington, London]

DERRICK - YOUNG - On April 25, 1919 at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Hampstead, by the Rev. James R Gillies, M.A. D.D, Rifleman S. St. H. Derrick, Third N.Z.R.B, eldest son of James F Derrick, Auckland to Emily Louisa, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs David Young, of Carlingford Road, Hampstead, London. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LVI, ISSUE 17208, 9 JULY 1919, Page 1 [DERRICK Stephen St Hellier - WWI 25/746/YOUNG Emily Louisa Apr 1/4 1919 Hampstead, London]

DICK - HOBBS - Miss Hobbs, the elder daughter of the Rev. J. Hobbs, had a very quiet but very military wedding on January 8th. She has served since early in the war in war work in Egypt and at Brockenhurst. Her husband (Corporal Dick, N.Z.M.C.) and Private Cook, the best man, are both Main Body men, and her two brothers were present in khaki. Her cousin, the officiating minister, is a military chaplain, and the New Zealand military hospital at Brockenhurst was represented by eight nurses and members of the staff. Among the guests was Miss Violet Russell, of Flaxmere. The bride looked very well in a dark tailor-made coat and skirt, white blouse and bright blue hat. The party were entertained by the bride's aunt, Miss Hobbs, and the happy pair went away to the Military Hospital at Walton-on-Thames, where Corporal Dick is stationed. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9924, 20 MARCH 1918. NEW ZEALAND ARMY NURSING SERVICE. The undermentioned, resigned on account of marriage, are struck off the strength of the N.Z.E.F. 22/126 Sister M. E. Hobbs and 22/187 Sister A. K. Stephenson. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10005, 24 JUNE 1918 [DICK Charles Kennedy - WW1 3/86/HOBBS, Mary Eleanor - WW1 22/126 Jan 1/4 1918 Winchester, Hampshire]

DOBSON - GEORGOULOPOULOS - The Nelson Diocesan Gazette for June states: "The Bishop has received a cablegram from the Rev. C. J. H. DOBSON, C.F., who left New Zealand with the Main Body in 1914, announcing his marriage in Athens on May 12 to Mlle. Helene Paolos GEORGOULOPOULOS. The bride, who has lived in England for some years, belongs to a very well-known family of Greek patriots. At a little gathering of New Zealanders in London a few months ago the Bishop offered Mlle. Georgonlopoulos his congratulations, and assured her of a very hearty welcome to New Zealand." DOMINION, VOLUME 12, ISSUE 225, 17 JUNE 1919, Page 2 [DOBSON, Charles James Hamilton - WW1 9/633/GEORGOULOPOULOS Helen Paolos 1919 Athens, Greece]

DONOVAN - RALPH - Miss Alda Ralph, of Auckland, was married at the Pro-Cathedral, Dublin, yesterday, to Mr. John. T. Donovan, Nationalist M.P., who visited New Zealand a year or two back in furtherance of the campaign for the Home Rule funds. Only a few intimate friends of the bride and bridegroom were present. The marriage ceremony was celebrated, by the Rev. Francis J O'Hara, C.C., the Cathedral Newry, assisted by the Rev. John O'Reilly, C.C., the Pro-Cathedral. Mr. Joseph Devlin, M.P., was best man, and Miss Mary Donovan, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Miss Ralph wore a becoming gown of the palest pink crepe de chine, the skirt having a long over-tunic of pleated pink chiffon, edged with silver, and sash of the crepe de chine crossing the front, of the skirt, finally loosely knotted at the back. The black velvet hat had a lining of pale pink, and was trimmed with a soft pink feather to match. Miss Donovan, was in white brocade silk trimmed, with pink, and a pink silk hat trimmed with skunk. Numerous telegrams of congratulation were received from friends in all parts of the British Isles. EVENING POST, VOLUME LXXXIX, ISSUE 45, 23 FEBRUARY 1915 [DONOVAN John/RALPH Geralda (Alda) 1915 Dublin, North Ireland] [NZ Births 1889/1526 RALPH Gertrude Ada Katie William Joseph]

DRISCOLE - PATERSON - On September 9th, at Holyrood Abbey. U.F. Church, Frederick William Driscole, N.Z.F.A., was married to Agnes Whyte, second daughter of Mr and Mrs William Paterson, 2 Haddington place, Edinburgh. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. William Young. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16359, 2 NOVEMBER 1918 [DRISCOLE Frederick William - WW1 2/500/PATERSON Agnes White 1918 Canongate, Scotland]

DUFFY - DUFAUR - At the Servite Church, Fulham on 14th August, the marriage took place of Lieut. Thomas Edmund Duffy, Lancashire Fusiliers and Royal Flying Corps, to Edith Florence Dufaur. The bridegroom is the second son of the late Denis Duffy, Esq., Wellington' the bride the youngest daughter of the late E. T. Dufaur, Esq., barrister, of Auckland. New Zealand. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCIV, ISSUE 108, 3 NOVEMBER 1917 [DUFFY Thomas Edmund/DUFAUR Edith Florence Jul 1/4 1917 Kensington, London]

DUIGAN - KAYE - At the Parish Church, Selsey-on-Sea, Sussex, on April 30th, the wedding took place of Captain D.F. Duigan, M.C., N.Z.I., (Wanganui) to Winifred Kaye, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred. Kaye of Woodford Green, Essex. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16238, 14 JUNE 1918 [DUIGAN Denis Frank - WWI 12/3622/KAYE Winifred Apr 1/4 1918 Westhampnett, Sussex]

DUKE - LITTLE - At Toftwood, Murtle, Aberdeenshire, Charles Robert Duke, Lieut. A.I.F.. of Dunedin, was married to Marjorie Grace Little, of N.S.W., formerly of the Australian A.N.S. The ceremony was performed bv the Rev. James Thomson, D.D., minister of Culter Parish Church. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16162, 16 MARCH 1918 [DUKE Charles Robert/LITTLE Marjorie Grace 1918 Peterculter West, Scotland]

DYETT - OSBORN - On 25 August 1917 at St Alban, Acton Green, Chiswick, London - Frederick Clarence Dyett married Beatrice Elizabeth Osborn. [Military File]. [DYETT Frederick Clarence - WW1 10/3249/OSBORN Beatrice Elizabeth Jul 1/4 1917 Brentford, Middlesex]

EADY - JOHNSON - On January 26, 1918, at the Church of England, Charlton Park, London, William Kenneth Eady, Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery, second son of Mrs Eady, Carrick Place, Mount Eden to Annie, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs Johnson, Charlton Park, London. (By cable). NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LV, ISSUE 16776, 16 FEBRUARY 1918, Page 1 [EADY William Kenneth/JOHNSON Annie Jan 1/4 1918 Woolwich, London]

EDER -MCNAUGHTON -Silver Wedding -On June 18, 1919, in St Leonards Church, Bulford, Wiltshire, by the Rev. Wilfred Clayton, Sergeant Walter J B Eder (1st NZEF), eldest son of Mrs and the late Walter Eder, of Sefton, to Annie (Nan), elder daughter of William and the late Mrs McNaughton of Edinburgh. Present address -Sefton. PRESS 19 June 1944 [EDER Walter James Burbery - WW1 31480/McNAUGHTON Annie Apr 1/4 1919 Amesbury, Wiltshire]

ELLIS - ANCELL - The undermentioned, resigned on marriage are struck off strength of the NZEF - 22/405 Staff Nurse I C Ancell and 22/482 Staff Nurse A A Earl. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIV, ISSUE 10183, 21 JANUARY 1919 [ELLIS Phillip John - WW1 2/455/ANCELL Irene Catherine Oct 1/4 1918 Brighton, Sussex]

ELLIS - HISLOP - On August 9, 1918 at St Stephen's Church, Gloucester Road, London S.W, by the Rev. Lord Victor Seymour, Vicar, Bernard J Ellis, Lieutenant Worcestershire Regiment, eldest son of Dr Ellis, of Swavesey, Cambridgeshire to Gertrude Mary, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Hislop, 15 Cedar House, Kensington. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LV, ISSUE 16970, 2 OCTOBER 1918, Page 1 [ELLIS Bernard Joseph/HISLOP Gertrude Mary Jul 1/4 1918 Kensington, London]

ELLIS - MACKENZIE - On June 1, 1918 at the Royal Chapel of the Savoy, London, Lieutenant S Howard Ellis, Northumberland Fusiliers and Royal Flying Corps, eldest son of Howard J S Ellis of New Lynn to Mary the second daughter of the Hon. Sir Thomas Mackenzie, High Commissioner for New Zealand.New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16877, 15 June 1918, Page 1. For the first time, so far as New Zealand is concerned, the daughter of a High Commissioner has been married during her father's term of office in London. The bride who has established this precedent was Miss Ida Mary Mackenzie, second daughter of Sir Thomas and Lady Mackenzie. The bridegroom, also a New Zealander, was Lieutenant S. Howard Ellis, Northumberland Fusiliers and R.A.F., not long since repatriated from Germany, where he was a prisoner. The choral ceremony took place at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, and was performed by the Rev. Hugh B. Chapman, chaplain. The High Commissioner gave his daughter away, the bridal dress being of white georgette and filmy lace, the veil of white tulle being affixed by a wreath of silver laurel leaves. A looselytied bunch of white lilies, with white satin streamers, was carried. Miss Helen Mackenzie, in turquoise blue georgette and charmeuse, and a large hat of black straw, was the bridesmaid, her bouquet being of pale pink sweet peas. The best man was Lieutenant Roy F. Ellis M.M.. and the groomsman Sapper C. C. Ellis, both of the N.Z.E. Lady Mackenzie, in black georgette and charmeuse with a vest embroidered in pale blue and gold, had a becoming hat with pink roses and a floating veil of lace. Her bouquet was of pale pink carnations. She was accompanied by her two sons, Lieutenant H. B. Mackenzie and Mr Clutha Mackenzie. A good many New Zealand friends were present, including: — Lady Bell and Miss Bell, Lady Findlay and her son, Colonel the Hon. R. Heaton Rhodes and Mrs Rhodes, Mr F. F. Ellis and the Misses Ellis, Captain K. Mackenzie, Lieutenants J. E. and T. M. Thompson, Mr and Mrs K. Sisam, Mr J. H. B. Coates, Mr R. D. D. McLean, Sir J. and Lady McCall, Captain T. E. Donne, Mr and Mrs Hamer, Mrs Seddon Wood, Mr and Mrs C. Knight, Sir E. and Lady im Thurn, Miss Grace Joel, Mrs Thorowgood, and others. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was an emerald and platinum ring. Sir T. Mackenzie gave a cheque, and Lady Mackenzie a dressing-case with fittings of ivory and silver. Lieutenant R. F. Ellis and Sapper C. C. Ellis gave French breakfast dishes, Mr A. Mcllwraith a canteen of table silver, Mr J. H. B. Coates a gold and turquoise bracelet, Sir T. and Lady Parkinson dessert knives and forks, Mrs W. A. Willes silvertopped cut-glass powder bowl, Lady Bell and the Misses Bell luncheon basket, Miss H. Mackenzie and Mr Clutha Mackenzie sapphire, diamond, and platinum brooch, Lady Mackenzie five volumes of poems, Lieutenant Bruce Mackenzie silver clock, Captain Kenneth Mackenzie coffee set, Colonel and Mrs R. Heaton Rhodes silver jug, Mr J. P. Hanna cheque, Sir Arthur Pearson silver porringer, Mr and Mrs Nolan silver breakfast dish, Fleet-Surgeon and Mrs Wood silver inkwell and box, Mr and Mrs R. D. D. McLean silver box, Lady Findlay bridge case, Miss Norah Stuart cornelian earrings, Mr C. Wray Palliser leather bag. Miss Palliser leather writing-case, "The Garage" a powder puff, and many others. The honeymoon is being spent in Devonshire and Cornwall. Lieutenant Ellis is hoping shortly to rejoin the R.A.F. for duty. For some time past the bride has been driving a motor ambulance at the No. 1 N.Z. General Hospital, Brockenhurst. Previously she was at Walton Hospital for some while as a V.A.D. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16279, 1 AUGUST 1918 [ELLIS Samuel Howard/MACKENZIE Ida Mary Apr 1/4 1918 St. Martin, London]

ELSWORTH - HART - The engagement is announced of Mr Lancelot Andrew Elsworth, son of Mr J. E. Elsworth, of Alexandria, Egypt, to Miss Alma Lucie Hart, of Ashburton, New Zealand. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XL, ISSUE 8990, 12 MARCH 1915. Mr L. A. Elsworth, who was recently married to Miss Alma Lucie Hart, of Ashburton, has a commission in the 10th Battalion, York and Lancashire Regiment, and is now on active service in France. OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 3220, 1 DECEMBER 1915 [ELSWORTH Lancelot Andrew/HART Alma Lucie Jul 1/4 1914 Hendon, Middlesex]

EVANS — JONES — On April 12, at St. Phillips Church, Sydney, by the Rev. L. J. MacDonald, Garnet Chesterfield, elder son of Mr and Mrs J. Harvey Evans (of Auckland, New Zealand), to Wilhelmina Houston, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs E. Lewis Jones, of Sydney, New South Wales. OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 3401, 21 MAY 1919 [EVANS Garnet Chesterfield/JONES Wilhelmina Houston 1919 Sydney, NSW]

FAGAN - EARL - The undermentioned, resigned on marriage are struck off strength of the NZEF - 22/405 Staff Nurse I C Ancell and 22/482 Staff Nurse A A Earl. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIV, ISSUE 10183, 21 JANUARY 1919 [FAGAN Francis William Feltrim - WW1 12/3225/EARL Agnes Ada - WW1 22/482 Oct 1/4 1918 Lymington, Hampshire]

FAIREY - LIZARD - A recent wedding of interest to New Zealanders took place at Paignton Parish Church, South Devon. The bridegroom was 2nd Lieutenant Arthur Richmond Fairey, R.F.C., youngest son of Mr and Mrs E. S. Fairey, of Nelson. The bride was Miss Hazel Lizard, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Lizard, of Fern Lea, Paignton. The service, which was choral, was conducted by the Rev. A. K. Fuller, M.A., Vicar of Paignton. The two sisters of the bride, the Misses Louie and Lilian Lizard, were bridesmaids, and Mr A. Miller, of Manchester, was best man. The short honeymoon was spent at Ivybridge, South Devon. Mrs Fairey spent several years in Christchurch, living at Linwood, with her uncle, the late Rev. Mr Blamires. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16177, 4 APRIL 1918 [FAIREY Arthur Richmond/LIZARD Hazel Oct 1/4 1917 Totnes, Devon]

FALCONER - METGE - On January 21, 1919 at Fulham, London, by the Rev. Griffith Davies, Hugh Falconer, Chief Officer of the Transport S.S Paheka, son of the late Captain Falconer, Broughty Ferry, Forfarshire, Scotland, to Sister Amy J Metge, of the No 3 NZ Hospital, Codford, England, daughter of Mr and Mrs D D Merge, Seapatrick, Princes Street, Northcote, Auckland. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LVI, ISSUE 17111, 17 MARCH 1919, Page 1 [FALCONER Hugh/METGE Amy Julia - WW1 22/314 Jan 1/4 1919 Fulham, London]

FEARN - GLASSE - At South Tidworth Church, near Salisbury, England, the marriage took place on July 8 of Sergeant Stanley W. Fearn, Otago Mounted Rifles, of Wellington (son of Mrs Fearn, Murray House, Loughton), to Winifred, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs J. A. Glasse, of Westcot, Loughton, Essex. The ceremony was performed by the Rev H. E. Delme Radcliffe. STAR, ISSUE 11785, 24 AUGUST 1916. [FEARN Stanley Walter - WW1 9/1005/GLASSE Winifred Jul 1/4 1916 Andover, Hampshire]

FELL - MERTON - Lieutenant M.A.H. Fell, R.F.C., N.Z.R.B., now serving with the R.F.C., was in London this week on leave from the Italian front. On February 4th, he was married here to Miss Gladys Merton, of Christchurch, and the honeymoon is being spent on the Riviera. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16177, 4 APRIL 1918. News from England gives particulars of the marriage of Miss Gladys Merton, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Merton, to Mr. Fell, formerly of Christ's College, and now of the Royal Flying Corps. DOMINION, VOLUME 11, ISSUE 168, 5 APRIL 1918. [FELL Maurice Anthony Hunter - WW1 22729/MERTON Gladys Louise Jan 1/4 1918 Kensington, London]

FERGUS/GIBBON - Sister C. Gibbon (Riverton), another of the first fifty nurses, has also been discharged on her marriage with Captain T. Fergus, N.Z.M.O. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9873, 19 JANUARY 1918 [FERGUS Thomas - WW1 3/669/GIBBON Christina - WW1 22/29 Jul 1/4 1917 Chelsea, London]

FISHER -REYNOLDS - The marriage took place on March 26th, at St. Andrew’s Church, Hornchurch, Essex, England, by the Rev. A. J. Parry, of Henry Harrison Fisher, elder son of Mr J. H. Fisher, Lower Riccarton, and Dorothy Reynolds, eldest daughter of Mr J. Reynolds, Lower Riccarton. The bridegroom had just been promoted to captain, in charge of an engineers’ company, and, according to a cable received by his father, was expecting to leave shortly for France. Mr Reynolds [sic] enlisted early in the war, and left New Zealand with the Fourth Reinforcements. He was wounded in the hand at Gallipoli, and later was ill with enteric fever. Ever since he has been in England he has been in charge of a company of engineers at Hornchurch. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9676, 2 JUNE 1917 [FISHER Henry Harrison - WW1 4/648/REYNOLDS Dorothy Elizabeth Jan 1/4 1917 Romford, Essex]

FITZGERALD - CUTHBERT - On 30th December Capt. Roy James Fitzgerald, M.C., Gloucester Regiment, son of the late Mr. W. C. Fitzgerald, of Wellington, New Zealand, was married to Miss Jean Cuthbert, daughter of Mr. Robert Cuthbert, of Madras. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCIII, ISSUE 50, 27 FEBRUARY 1917. [FITZGERALD Roy James/CUTHBERT Jean Dec 1/4 1916 Hackney, Middlesex]

FITZHERBERT - GWILLIM - The engagement is announced of Mr C. W. Fitzherbert, R.F.A., second son of the late Mr W. A. Fitzherbert and Mrs Fitzherbert, of The Hutt, Wellington and Dorothy Joyce, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. L. Gwillim, of Marlborough [UK]. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16224, 29 MAY 1918 [FITZHERBERT Charles William/GWILLIM Dorothy Joyce - This did not appear to end in a marriage.]

FORD - KEATING - Another marriage in England was that of Mr J Ford, N.Z.F.A. of the King Country to Miss Noel Keating, of Farnham, England. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9896, 15 FEBRUARY 1918. [FORD John Henry - WW1 24994/KEATING Noel Frances Stephanie Oct 1/4 1917 Farnham, Surrey]

FOSTER - TRIDGELL - A London correspondent writes that the marriage took place recently at St Paul's Church, Westham of Sergeant John T Foster, N.Z.E.F, formerly attached to the Base Depot (London) to Miss Tridgell, of Westham. The Rev. Jasper Mead performed the ceremony. DOMINION, VOLUME 9, ISSUE 2791, 8 JUNE 1916. MARRIAGE. FOSTER - TRIDGELL - On April 6, 1916, at St. Paul's Church, Westham, Weymouth, by the Rev. Jasper Mead, Sergeant "Jack" Foster, N.Z.E.F., formerly of Feilding, and later attached to the Base Depot, London, eldest son of John T. Foster, Marton, to May, daughter of Mr Tridgell, Westham. RANGITIKEI ADVOCATE AND MANAWATU ARGUS, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 11598, 13 JUNE 1916 [FOSTER John Thomas/TRIDGELL Florence Annie May Apr 1/4 1916 Weymouth, Dorset]

FOUNTAINE - McLEAN - At Holy Trinity Church, Sloane street, a war wedding of New Zealand took place yesterday morning [07 Mar 1918]. The bridegroom was Captain Charles Andrew Fountaine, R.N., of Narford Hall, Norfolk, a member of a very old Norfolk family. The bride was Constance McLean, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. D. D. McLean, of Maraekakaho, New Zealand, and 4 Cadogan terrace, London. The ceremony was quiet on account of the recent death of the bridegroom's mother, who passed away a few days ago. For the last ninth months, Captain Fountaine has been at sea, and the marriage was arranged at short notice to take place during his ten days shore leave. Those present included Lady Plunket and her daughter, Sir FitzRoy Maclean (Chief of the Clan Maclean), Lord Sudeley (who, at the breakrast proposed the toast of the bride and bridegroom, and who fought in the Baltic and China war fifty years ago), Sir Thomas and Miss Mackenzie, Miss Russell, and other New Zealand and English friends of both families. Mr McLean gave away his daughter, who has been engaged in war work since the beginning of hostilities. For more than two years she was doing canteen work in Calais and at Dunkirk, and both places were bombarded and shelled while she was there. Last October she came back to London, and has continued war work here. Captain Fountaine's ship is H.M.S. Cambrian. At the Jutland battle he was in H.M.S. Lion with the rank of Commander, and subsequently received promotion in recognition of his services. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16212, 15 MAY 1918. [FOUNTAINE Charles Andrew/MacLEAN/McLEAN Louisa Constance Catherine Jan 1/4 1918 Chelsea, London]

GATE -JOHNSTON - Another New Zealand wedding in England, Sergeant D. I. Gate, of Frankton Junction, to Miss C. E. Johnston, V.A.D., of Cannock Chase Military Hospital. Miss Johnston hails from Birmingham. STAR ISSUE 12494 5 DECEMBER 1918. [GATE Daniel Irving - WW1 25/759/JOHNSON Clara Emily Jul 1/4 1918 Cannock, Staffordshire][St Luke’s Cannock, Staffordshire on 29 August 1918. (Military File)]

GILBERT -WATSON -The engagement is announced of Mr Neville Gilbert, N.Z.E.F and Miss A Muriel Watson, third daughter of Mr J A Watson, J.P and Mrs Watson, of Chadwick Manor, Knowle. Mr Gilbert belongs to Woodville. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9873, 19 JANUARY 1918 [GILBERT Neville Wallace - WW1 12/2527/WATSON Alice Muriel Jul 1/4 1919 Solihull, Warwickshire]

GILRAY -STANDISH -Captain Colin M Gilroy, son of Professor Gilray, Dunedin was married at the Parish Church, Haslemere, on 24th November by the Rev. W Wragge, to Ethel Muriel, daughter of the late Arthur Standish of New Plymouth. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCV, ISSUE 14, 16 JANUARY 1918, Page 9. [GILRAY Colin Macdonald/STANDISH Ethel Muriel Oct 1/4 1917 Hambledon, Surrey]

GILRAY - COLLINSON - On January 10th, at St. Nicholas's Church, Thames Ditton, Surrey, by the Rev. B. H. Bosanquet, vicar, Corporal David Masson Gilray, Wellington Mounted Rifles, second son of Professor Thos Gilray, LL.D., Dunedin, was married to Miss Florence Edyth Collinson, second daughter of the late Mr H. C. and Mrs Collinson, Palmerston North (N.Z.). NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9283, 25 FEBRUARY 1916 [GILRAY David Masson - WWI 11/266/COLLINSON Florence Edyth Jan 1/4 1916 Kingston, Surrey]

GLOVER - FOX - On August 17th, at St. Peter's Church, Bayswater, London, by the Venerable W. J. Wickens, hon. chaplain to H.M. the King, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Henley, Mr Frederick Simpson Glover, of Wellington (New Zealand), and Miss Alice Audrey May Fox, younger daughter of the late Mr Fox, of Penzance, were united in holy matrimony. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XL, ISSUE 9177, 18 OCTOBER 1915 [GLOVER Frederick Simpson/FOX Alice Audrey May Jul 1/4 1915 Kensington, London]

GOODMAN - CULLEY - A military wedding of New Zealand interest was that between Herbert Frederick Thurn Goodman, Second-Lieutenant Royal Engineers, Wireless Section, and Eveline Delia Culley (writes a London correspondent). The bridegroom is the only son of Mrs A P Walker, of Nelson, New Zealand. The bride is the elder daughter of Mr and Mrs F Culley, the Worcestershire Hotel, Droitwich, formerly of Exeter and Plymouth. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Canon Chadwick (assistant-chaplain to the Forest) at Christ Church, Great Malvern, on June 1st. [1917] NEW ZEALAND TIMES 03 AUGUST 1917 [GOODMAN Herbert Frederick Thurn/CULLEY Eveline Delia Apr 1/4 1917 Upton, Worcestershire]

GOULD - DUNN - The engagement is announced between Temporary-Surgeon C. Hamilton Gould, R.N., and Miss Dorothy Sylvia Dunn, only daughter of Mr and Mrs William Dunn, of Clifden, Bristol. The bridegroom-elect is the son of the late Mr Charles Gould and Mrs Gould, Christchurch. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16177, 4 APRIL 1918 [GOULD Charles Hamilton/DUNN Dorothy Sylvia Apr 1/4 1918 Weymouth, Dorset]

GRAHAM - HUME [nee ROGERS] - At St. Andrew's Church, Wells street, on July 3rd, Captain Thomas Webster Graham, M.G.C. (Cavalry), son of the late Mr C. C. Graham, Dunedin, was married to Amy Charlotte, widow of the late Major A. G. Hume, N.Z. Infantry. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 15992, 29 AUGUST 1917 [HUME Arthur Grenville/ROGERS Amy Charlotte Jun 1/4 1902 Bath, Somerset] [GRAHAM Thomas Webster/HUME Amy Charlotte Sep 1/4 1917 Marylebone, London]

GREGORY - FLETCHER - The British Australasian announces the engagement of Mr Cyril Clegg Gregory, third son of Mr George Gregory, of Beacon Hall, Newark-on-Trent, Notts, England, to Miss Margaret Fletcher, late of Wellington, New Zealand. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9261, 31 JANUARY 1916 [GREGORY Cyril Clegg/FLETCHER Margaret Oct 1/4 1916 Southwark, London]

GRIFFIN - PINN - On May 4 at the Congregational Church, Snaresbrook, England, the marriage was celebrated of Captain Cyril J. A. Griffin, R.A.M.C. (S.R.), son of the Rev. C. Grifiin, of Auckland (N.Z.), to Miss Jessie Elizabeth Pinn, daughter of the late Mr. William Pinn, of Port Elizabeth, South Africa, states the British Australasian of May 11. DOMINION, VOLUME 9, ISSUE 2814, 4 JULY 1916 [GRIFFIN Cyril James Anthony/PINN Jessie Elizabeth Apr 1/4 1916 West Ham, Essex]

HAINS - BARR - On December 11, Myra Beatrice Barr, youngest daughter of the late Mr J. Alexander Barr, barrister of Dunedin, was married to Corporal Ernest Hains, N.Z.E.F., of Adelaide, South Australia. OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 3336, 20 FEBRUARY 1918 [HAINS Ernest - WW1 25515/BARR Myra Beatrice Oct 1/4 1917 Marylebone, Middlesex]

HALL - BIGGS - Another wedding which recently took place in England was that of Mr John Hall, R.F.A. (Christchurch) to Miss Gwendoline Biggs, of Oxford. STAR Issue 12494 5 December 1918. [HALL John Williamson Dryden/BIGGS Gwendolan Helen Lonbridge Jul 1/4 1918 Thame, Oxfordshire]

HANSEN - DOWDING - Private Arthur Hansen of the Wellington Regiment (from Mauriceville West) married at Southend, Miss Gwendolyn Dowding. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10144, 5 DECEMBER 1918. [HANSEN Hans Arthur - WW1 10/4117/DOWDING Gwendoline Adelé Jul 1/4 1918 Rochford, Essex]

HARDIE -STEWART -On the 14th January, at St Mary Abbots, Kensington, London, Lieutenant John Clayton Hardie, Royal Field Artillery, elder son of Mr William Hardie, later of Iquique, Chile and Mrs Hardie, 50 Victoria Road, London to Helen Maud, only daughter of Mr and Mrs David Stewart, Union Bank of Australia Ltd, Wellington. DOMINION 19 JANUARY 1918 [HARDIE John Clayton (Jack)/STEWART Helen Maud Jan 1/4 1918 Kensington, London]

HARDY - MELLOR - Weddings Abroad - Recent weddings celebrated include - At St. Chad's Church, Stafford, Rifleman Eric M. Hardy, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hardy, Wanganui, to Eve, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mellor, Eastgate-street, Stafford. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCVIII, ISSUE 24, 29 JULY 1919. [HARDY Eric Maxwell - WW1 55116/MELLOR Emma Eva Mar 1/4 1919 Stafford, Staffordshire]

HARE - KINDERSLEY - The engagement is announced of Captain Edgar Hare, D.C.L.I, [Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry] youngest son of the late A. R. Hare, of Blackmount, Southland, and of Mrs Hare of Bedford Park, London and Beatrice Molesworth, fourth daughter of the late Captain and Mrs E.N. Molesworth Kindersley, of Sherborne, Dorset. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16279, 1 AUGUST 1918. At St. Lawrence Church, Abbotts Langley, Herts., Captain Edgar Hare, M.C., D.C.L.I., was married to Beatrice Molesworth Kindersley, fourth daughter of the late Captain and Mrs Kindersley, of Sherborne, Dorset. The bridegroom's father was the late Mr A R. Hare, of Blackmount, Southland. His mother, Mrs Hare, had lived in London for a number of years. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Canon Parnell. Captain Hare saw considerable service in the 2nd Rhodesian Regiment in British East Africa, remaining there till the end of that campaign, coming to England with his regiment in October, 1917. His transfer to the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry followed shortly after, and he was wounded two months ago. The bride is the sister of Sir Robert Kindersley, chairman of the War Savings Committee. She was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr Gerard D'Ato, and the bridesmaids were the Misses Peggy and Betty Kindersley, nieces. Subsequently a reception was held at Langley House, the residence of Sir Robert Kindersley. PRESS, ISSUE 16390, 9 DECEMBER 1918 [HARE Edgar/KINDERSLEY Beatrice Molesworth Jul 1/4 1918 Watford, Hertfordshire]

HARGEST - WILKES - The wedding has taken place at The Priory, Christchurch, Hants, of Major James Hargest, M.C. N.Z.E.F., to Marie Henrietta Wilkie, N.Z.A.N.S. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16090, 21 DECEMBER 1917. Major James Hargest, M.C., O.I.R., (Gore) is over from France to attend the Commanding Officers' course at Aldershot, and is staying with Mrs. Hargest at South Farnnaro'. Before her marriage on September 29, Mrs. Hengest was Sister Wilkes, A.R.R.C., N.Z.A.N.S., and was attached to the 1st N.Z.G.H. at Brockenhurst. After her husband's return to France she hopes to do some work at tbe hospital. DOMINION, VOLUME 11, ISSUE 97, 17 JANUARY 1918. Sister M. H. Wilkie, R.R.C. (Dunedin), who was married a few weeks ago to Major J. Hargest, M.C., has been discharged at her own request from the N.Z.A.N.S. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9873, 19 JANUARY 1918 [HARGEST, James - WWI 9/286/WILKIE Marie Henrietta - WW1 22/48 Jul 1/4 1917 Christchurch, Hampshire]

HARMAN - MARTINEAU [nee WERDMULLER] - At Queenstown, Co. Cork, the marriage took place quietly at the end of March, of Major Raymond E. Harman, M.C., R.G.A., son of the late Canon Harman,of Cork Cathedral, and Mrs Harman, of Woodbank, Queenstown, Co. Cork, and Amy Elizabeth, widow of Lieutenant R. H. Martineau, V.C., attached N.Z.E.F., and younger daughter of the late Mr C. A. Werdmuller, J.P., of Hoopstad, Orange Free State. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16224, 29 MAY 1918 [HARMAN Raymond/WERDMULLER/MARTINEAU Amy 30 Mar 1918 Cork, Ireland]

HARNE - CAMPBELL - Miss Nora Campbell, daughter of Mrs Michael Campbell, of Avonside, Christchurch, has become engaged to Lieutenant P. Harne, R.N. Lieutenant Harne, who was wounded in action in the North Sea early in the war, has now a shore appointment at Aden. Miss Campbell was recently transferred to Aden after having been for some time in the Military Secretarial Department of Delhi and Simla. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10092, 4 OCTOBER 1918 [HARNE Percival Ethelbert/CAMPBELL Nora Beata]

HARRIS - EDGERLEY - News has been received by Mrs. J. Edgerley, of Edgerley Avenue, Epsom, by cable, of the marriage of Sister Haidee Edgerley, N.Z.A.N.S., late night superintendent Auckland Hospital, to Mr. Rowland Harris, R.N.R., chief officer of a troopship. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLIX, ISSUE 118, 18 MAY 1918. NEW ZEALAND ARMY NURSING SERVICE. The undermentioned, resigned on account of marriage are struck off the strength of the New Zealand expeditionary Force: - 22/114 Sister H G O Edgerley, dated May 1 10, 1918, 22/390 Masseuse R Millar, dated May 21, 1918. DOMINION, VOLUME 11, ISSUE 293, 30 AUGUST 1918 [HARRIS Rowland Charles Thomas/EDGERLEY Haidee Gwendoline Olivette Apr 1/4 1918 Southampton, Hampshire]

HARRISON - PRICE - A large number of friends were present at the Victoria Wesleyan Church, Clifton, Bristol on occasion of a wedding of interest to New Zealanders. The bridegroom was Lieut. Claude Harrison. M.C., N.Z.E., youngest son of the late Mr Valentine Harrison and Mrs Harrison, Hawera. He has seen service in Egypt taking part in the attacks against the Bedouins and Turks, and in France, and he was awarded the M.C. for gallant conduct, at the battle of Messines, where he was gassed, but succeeded in leading his men to their objective, and in keeping communication open for 48 hours until he was relieved. He is still under treatment at Brockenhurst. The bride was Miss Rose Elizabeth Price, third daughter of the late Rev. W. H. Price and Mrs Price, of Clifton, and niece of Sir Wm. McMillan, K.C.M.G. (Sydney), and of Mr Charles McMillan (Auckland). The service was choral, the choir being assisted by Miss Evelyn Gerrish, a well-known local singer. The organist playod the Grand Chorus from "Salome" when the bride entered the church, and "Land of Hope and Glory" at the conclusion of the service. The bride was given away by her cousin, Mr J. H. S. McArthur, of Cambridge. Her dress of pearl satin was embroidered with pearls, and it had a court train of old family Limerick lace, the veil being of Honiton, arranged in the form of a fern leaf, and fastened with a rose representing New Zealand and England. Miss Norah O. Stuart Price (sister of the bride), was the bridesmaid, wearing rose pink crepe de chine, and a hat of black lace trimmed with roses, her present from the bridegroom being a New Zealand opal pendant and chain. Second Lieutenant G. J. Booklass, Auckland, was best man. He, too was wounded at Messines, and is a patient at Brockenhurst to which hospital a large portion of the wedding cake was sent. The bride went away in a costume of blue and brown shot charmeuse satin, with ninon blouse and toque to correspond. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16043, 27 OCTOBER 1917 [HARRISON Claude - WW1 4/1715/PRICE Rose Elizabeth Jul 1/4 1917 Bristol, Gloucestershire]

HARRISON -PRYOR - New Zealand papers are asked to announce the marriage on September 24 by license at St Andrew's Church, Watford, by the Rev Cecil Ayerst, MA., vicar of Watford, assisted by the Rev W. Fairise Clark, MA., vicar of St Andrew’s, Watford, of Charles Fancourt Harrison, M.A. Cantab, captain adjutaut Dorest Regiment, son of the late Charles Fletcher Harrison, and grandson of Archedeacon Fancourt, Wellington, New Zealand, to Gertrude Alice, elder daughter of Mr Edward T. Pryor, F.S.S., of Densworth, Watford, Herts, and 23, Fore Street, E.C. STAR ISSUE 12494 5 DECEMBER 1918. At St. Andrew's Church, Watford, by license, Captain and Adjutant Charles Fancourt Harrison, Dorset Regiment, was married to Gertrude Alice, elder daughter of Mr Edward T. Pryor, F.S.S., of Densworth, Watford, Herts., and 23 Fore street, London. The bridegroom is the son of the late Charles Fletcher Harrison, and grandson of Archdeacon of Wellington. The ceremony, which took place on September 24th, was performed by the Rev. Cecil Ayerst, M.A., Vicar of Watford, assisted by the Rev. W. Pairlie Clark, M.A., Vicar of St. Andrews. Captain Harrison is an M.A. of Cambridge, and he was a member of Caius College 11 Bumping crew. Formerly a trooper in K.E.H., he was later commissioned and attached to the Dorset Regiment. PRESS, ISSUE 16390, 9 DECEMBER 1918 [HARRISON Charles Fancourt/PRYOR Gertrude Alice Jul 1/4 1918 Watford, Hertfordshire]

HARVEY - DUDGEON - The engagement is announced of Major Frank Newenham Harvey, N.Z.M.C. (Napier), to Effie Beatrice, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. Tilstona Dudgeon, Spring House, Ewell, Surrey. Major Harvey is the son of the late Rev. A. T. Harvey, Athboy, Co. Meath, and Mrs J. S. Harvey, 8 Woodstock Gardens, Dublin. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16162, 16 MARCH 1918 [HARVEY Frank Newnham - WW1 3/409/DUDGEON Effie Beatrice Jan 1/4 1918 Epsom, Surrey]

HARVEY — MURCH - On November 17, by special license, at Emmanuel Church [Plymouth, Devon], by the Rev. Charles Sewell, M.A., Harry Wade (Lieutenant, N.Z.R.B.), youngest son of Mr and Mrs J. Harvey, Owen street, Burnside, to Lorna Mildred, only child of Mrs J. C. Murch, Mutley, England. OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 3332, 23 JANUARY 1918 [HARVEY Harry Wade - WW1 24/779/MURCH Lorna Mildred Oct 1/4 1917 Plymouth, Devon]

HAY - GUNN - At the Congregational Church, Buckhurst Hill [Epping, Essex], on December 5, Mr James Lawrence Hay, senior secretary of the New Zealand Y.M.C.A., was married to Sister Davidina Mertel Gunn, of the New Zealand Army Nursing Service. Both belong to Christchurch. The Rev W. Gellatly, the officiating minister, was assisted at the ceremony by the Rev. W. McLean, C.F., of the N.Z.E.F. The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr Gale. Lieutenant G. P. Park, of the N.Z.E.F., was best man, while the bridesmaid was Sister Clark, of the N.Z.A.N.S. After the ceremony the guests' accompanied the bridal party to "Dalefield," the residence of Miss Lloyd. Mr Hay was the first Y.M.C.A. secretary to leave New Zealand with the N.Z.E.F. He accompanied the 4th Reinforcement to Egypt in June, 1915, and during the most of the 12 months spent there he was in charge of the Y.M.C.A. activities at Esbekiah Gardens. He left there in June, 1916, for France, where he has been in charge of the Y.M.C.A. work with the division ever since. During these two and a half years of strenuous labour he has rendered an inestimable service to the men of the N.Z.E.F. Sister Gunn has been on active service with the N.Z.A.N.S. for two years. This time has been spent first in Egypt, and latterly at the No. 1 New Zealand General Hospital, Brockenhurst. The many men who have been nursed by Sister Gunn during these two years will join in wishing her the greatest happiness in her married life. After a pleasant trip to Scotland Mr Hay returned to his work in France on the 20th, and Mrs Hay will spend some time with friends in England. SUN, VOLUME V, ISSUE 1252, 15 FEBRUARY 1918 [HAY James Lawrence - WW1 52758/GUNN Davina Mertel - WW1 22/239 Oct 1/4 1917 Epping, Essex]

HAYTER - MORTIMER-SCOTT [SCOTT] - The engagement is announced of Lieutenant Frank Hayter, of the Manchester Regiment, son of the late Commander F. Hayter, R.N., and Mrs Hayter, of Rollesby, Canterbury, and Muriel, only child of Mr and Mrs J. H. Mortimer Scott, of Gloucester Walk, [London] W., and granddaughter of the late Major Mortimer Scott, Royal Fusiliers. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16224, 29 MAY 1918. [HAYTER Frank/MORTIMER-SCOTT [SCOTT] Muriel Dec 1/4 1918 Kensington, London]

HELLABY - REED - On November 6, 1917 at Christ Church, London, Major Frederick Allan Hellaby, M.C. youngest son of the late Mr Richard Hellaby to Mavis, elder daughter of Mr J R Reed, K.C. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16693, 10 November 1917, Page 1 [HELLABY Frederick Allan/REED Mavis Oct 1/4 1917 Paddington, London]

HERMON-HODGE [HODGE] - DAVIS - At St James's Church, Piccadilly, on November 20, 1918, Lieut.Commander Claude Hermon-Hodge, D.S.O, Royal Navy, son of Sir Robert Hermon-Hodge, M.P and Lady Hermon-Hodge of Wyfold Court, Reading to Gwendoline Rose, second daughter of J G Davis, Chief Engineer, Bahawalpur, Punjab and Mrs J G Davis. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LVI, ISSUE 17110, 15 March 1919, Page 1 [HERMON-HODGE Claude Preston/DAVIS Gwendoline Rose Oct 1/4 1918 St. Martin, London]

HETLEY - HETLEY - On New Year's Day, Frederic St. Arnaud Hetley, son of Mr C.F.Hetley, New Zealand was married to Hilda Margaret, elder daughter of the late Dr. Henry Hetley, of Norwood, and Mrs Hetley, of Beach House road, Croydon. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Canon White Thomson, at the Parish Church, Croydon. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16162, 16 MARCH 1918 [HETLEY Frederic St. Arnaud - WW1 10/2643/HETLEY Hilda Margaret Jan 1/4 1918 Croydon, Surrey]

HEWITT - WATTERS - On September 20, 1918 by special license at Ballybeen House, Dundonald, by the Rev James Bingham, D.D, Edward John Leslie, Lieutenant N.Z.E.F, son of Edward Hewitt, of Northcote, Auckland to Bessie Glendinning, daughter of the late Joseph Watters, Newtownards and Mrs Watters, Auckland. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LV, ISSUE 17033, 14 December 1918, Page 1 [HEWITT Edward John Leslie - WW1 12/2908/WATTERS Eliza Ann Glendinning 1918 Belfast, Ireland]

HEYGATE - OGLE - At St. Margaret's, Westminster, on May 22nd, Captain L. C. Heygate, D.C.L.I., was married to Janet only daughter of the late Mr R. J. Ogle, and Mrs Richard Allen, of Christchurch. The bridegroom is the younger son of Mr aud Mrs Heygate, of Mapledene, Loughborough. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16279, 1 AUGUST 1918 [HEYGATE Lionel Clement/OGLE Janet Leigh Apr 1/4 1918 St. George Hanover Sq., London]

HIGGINSON - HAGUE - It is announced in London that a marriage has been arranged between Ralph Bingham Higginson, second son of Mrs Higginson and the late Mr Harry Pasley Higginson, C.E., Wellington, New Zealand and Mary Beatrice, elder daughter of the late Mr Ernest Hague, of Castle, Dyke, Sheffield. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XL, ISSUE 9026, 24 APRIL 1915 [HIGGINSON Ralph Bingham/HAGUE Mary Beatrice 1915 Woollahra, NSW]

HILLIARD - BARRY - The marriage took place in England of Mr John Hilliard, Otago Regiment to Miss Marie Louise Barry of Streatham Hill, S.W., London. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9896, 15 FEBRUARY 1918 [HILLIARD John Henry - WW1 8/3626/BARRY Marie Louise Oct 1/4 1917 Lambeth, Surrey]

HINDLESMITH [SMITH] - BEARD - Lieutenant A. Hindlesmith, Wellington Regiment, was married at Holy Innocents Church, Hornsey, on June 6th to Doris, daughter of the late Dr. Beard, of Masterton. Lieutenant L. J. Maule, of the bridegroom's regiment, was best man. Mr Hindlesmith served as a trooper in King Edward's Horse, and got his first commission in the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders last year. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16279, 1 AUGUST 1918 [HINDLESMITH [SMITH Arthur H] Arthur - WW1 28046/BEARD Doris Elinor Margaret Apr 1/4 1918 Edmonton, Middlesex]

HIRST - LAYTON - September 13th is the date which has been arranged for the marriage of Mr Arthur Hirst, Lieutenant R.N.R., son of the late Mr James Hirst, of Midhirst, Taranaki, and Ada Temple Layton, daughter of the late Mr James Norman Layton, of Nottingham Place, London, and sister of Commander Layton, R.N.R., yacht Shemara, to which Mr Hirst is attached. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16043, 27 OCTOBER 1917 [HIRST Arthur/LAYTON Ada Temple 1917 St Andrew (Edinburgh), Scotland]

HOLL - SIMPSON - The marriage took place early in July at St. Matthew’s, Redhill, England, of Staff-Surgeon Francis H. Holl, R.N., son of the late Mr Edgar Holl and Mrs Holl, late of 36, Sloane Court, London, and Miss Elsie Marann Simpson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard M. Simpson, of Wellington, New Zealand. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9435, 23 AUGUST 1916. [HOLL Francis Harold/SIMPSON Elsie Marann Jul 1/4 1916 Reigate, Surrey]

HOLLAND - GOODWIN - At St. Mary's Church, Purton, Wiltshire, Lieutenant Samuel Thurston Holland was married to Meriol Margaret Goodwin, eldest daughter of the late Mr J. E. Goodwin, and of Mrs Goodwin, Fairlie, New Zealand. The bridegroom is the younger son of the late Mr C. M. Holland, of Bryn-y-Grog, Wrexham. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. R. B. Harrison, vicar of the parish. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16043, 27 OCTOBER 1917 [HOLLAND Samuel Thurston/GOODWIN Meriol Margaret Jul 1/4 1917 Cricklade, Wiltshire]

HOOKER - COWEN - Engineer-Sub-Lieutenant J. Grove Hooker, R.N.R. (Auckland), was married at Sheffield Cathedral on December 27th to Doris Ida, only daughter of Mr and Mrs O. W. Cowan [sic], 57 Ashland road. Mr Hooker is a son of Mr and Mrs William Hooker, of Epsom. The service was conducted by Archdeacon H. G. Jones, assisted by the Rev. B. I. Sheppard. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16162, 16 MARCH 1918 [HOOKER Jay Grover/COWEN Doris Ida Oct 1/4 1917 Sheffield, West Riding of Yorkshire]

HORTON - COLMER - Sergeant Charles B. Horton, N.Z.E.F. second son of Mr T. Horton, Hastings, Hawke's Bay, was married at Salisbury on July 29th to Mabel Louise, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Colmer, Walton-on-Thames. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16333, 3 OCTOBER 1918 [HORTON Charles Baldwin - WW1 10/837/COLMER Mabel Louise Jul 1/4 1918 Amesbury, Wiltshire]

HUGHES - BULL - The marriage of Miss Ethel Hay Bull, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bull, of Goldie's Brae, Wellington, and Mr. John Richard Hughes, eldest son of Lieut.Colonel R. Hughes, of Marybank, Wanganui, was solemnised at Bridge of Allan, Scotland, on July 5, the Rev. James Millar, of Chalmers Church, Bridge of Allan, officiating. The bride wore a cream costume and cream hat trimmed with feathers, and finished with a pale pink rose, and carried a sheaf of white lilies. She was attended by Miss Helen Burnett (Edinburgh), who wore a pretty frock of wedgwood blue taffetas and leghorn hat trimmed with pale pink, and carried a bouquet of pink roses. Mr. Robin Turnbull (Bridge of Allan) was best man. After the ceremony the bride and bridegroom left for Perth, the bride wearing a royal blue crepe-de-chene costume and leghorn hat trimmed with blue velvet. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes's home is, for the time being, at Dunfermline, where Mr. Hughes is assistant engineer to the City Council, and is engaged principally on work in connection with the building of the new township for the accommodation of the naval dockyard workers at Rosyth. DOMINION, VOLUME 9, ISSUE 2862, 29 AUGUST 1916 [HUGHES John Richard/BULL Ethel May 1916 Logie (Stirling), Scotland]/p>

HUTCHISON - LEECH - At the Ancient Chapel of Toxteth, on May 30th, Lieut.Colonel Lawrence George Hutchison, M.C., younger son of Mr and Mrs George Hutchison, of Wellington, was married to Edith May, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Leech, of Parkhead Lodge, Sefton Park, Liverpool. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16279, 1 AUGUST 1918 [HUTCHISON Lawrence George David/LEECH Edith May Apr 1/4 1918 Toxeth Park, Lancashire]

HUTSON - GALLOWAY - On February 9th the wedding took place at Hornchurch, Essex, of Captain Herbert Hutson, N.Z.M.C., son of the Rev. B Hutson, of Wellington to Sister M. Galloway, N.Z.A.N.S. daughter of Mr Thomas Galloway, of Dannevirke. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Canon Burton and the Rev. Mr Macdonald, N.Z.C.D. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16188, 17 APRIL 1918. N.Z. ARMY NURSING SERVICE. 22/333 Staff-Nurse M. Galloway, resigned on account of marriage, is struck off the strength of the N.Z.E.F. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10005, 24 JUNE 1918 [HUTSON Herbert - WW1 3/2008/GALLOWAY Myrtle Muriel Evelyn - WW1 22/328 Jan 1/4 1918 Romford, Essex]

IZARD - KENNEDY - On April 3rd the wedding took place in London, quietly, by special license, of Keith Halstead Izard, only son of Mr and Mrs C. H. Izard, of Wellington, to Winifred Annie, only daughter of Mr and Mrs R. Kennedy, of Bournemouth. Mr Izard, who is well-known in croquet circles, held for a time a commission in the 3rd Royal Sussex Regt. but ill-health compelled him to relinquish this. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16224, 29 MAY 1918 [IZARD Keith Halstead/KENNEDY Winifred Annie Apr 1/4 1918 Paddington, Middlesex]

JACOB - ORME - On October 5th, at St. Paul’s Church, Leyton, Lieutenant Arthur Cecil Jacob, R.F.A., younger son of Mr W. F. Jacob, of Kiwitea (N.Z.), and of the late Mrs Jacob, was married to Miss Muriel Orme, youngest daughter of Dr and Mrs Orme, of Boscombe House, Leyton, Essex. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9524, 5 DECEMBER 1916. On October 5 the marriage took place at St. Paul's Church, Leyton, of Arthur Cecil Jacob, Lieutenant R.F.A., younger son of Mr W. F. Jacob, of Kiwitea, New Zealand, and of the late Mrs Jacob, to Muriel Orme (Kitty), youngest daughter of Dr and Mrs Orme, of Boscombe House, Leyton, Essex. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. Bell. Mr Jacob was at Caius College, Cambridge, as a law student, and he was called to the Bar in August, 1914. While at the university he joined King Edward's Horse, and rejoined this regiment on the declaration of war. Later he was transferred to the Royal Field Artillery with a commission. In May, 1915, he went to France, and has seen much service in the trenches and with the trench mortars. Lieutenant Jacob returned to France five days after his wedding. He hopes finally to make his home in New Zealand. OTAGO DAILY TIMES, ISSUE 16896, 8 JANUARY 1917 [JACOB Arthur Cecil/ORME Muriel Orme Oct 1/4 1916 West Ham, Essex]

JAUNAY [DE JAUNAY] - TILYARD - Lieutenant Frank Louis Gilmour Jaunay, R.N.R., of Sydney (formerly of the N.Z.R.B.), is engaged to Miss Louise Ellen Tilyard, N.Z.A.N S., who is on the nursing staff at Brockenhurst Hospital. Miss Tilyard belongs to Wellington. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCIV, ISSUE 108, 3 NOVEMBER 1917. Lieutenant F. L. G. de Jaunay, R.N.R., H.M.S. Wistaria, formerly of the N.Z. Rifle Brigade, was married in December at Brockenhurst, Hants, to Miss L. E. Tilyard, N.Z.A.N.S. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16162, 16 MARCH 1918 [JAUNAY Frank Louis Gilmour - WW1 24/193/TILYARD Louise Ellen - WW1 22/420 Oct 1/4 1917 Lymington, Hampshire]

JOHNSON - WOOLDRIDGE - The engagement is announced of Captain Noel S. Johnson, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Clarke Johnson (Wellington) to Miss Margaret Wooldridge, Rhelm, Henley-on-Thames, England. STAR, ISSUE 12334, 3 JUNE 1918. [JOHNSON Noel Storrier - WW1 26/506/WOOLDRIDGE Margaret Asenath Danviers Jul 1/4 1918 Henley, Oxfordshire]

JOHNSTON - SEATON - The marriage took place on the 7th March, at the Church of the Assumption, Warwick Street, by the Rev. Alan Perceval, cousin of the bridegroom, of Major (Temp. Brigadier-General) F. E. Johnston, C.B., North Staffordshire Regiment, of Wellington, New Zealand, to Gwen Seaton, of The Cedars, Surbiton, Surrey, only child of the late Mr and Mrs Robert H. Seaton. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLVIII, ISSUE 102, 30 APRIL 1917 [JOHNSTON Francis Earl/SEATON Gwen Jan 1/4 1917 St. Martin, London]

JONES - GRAY - The engagement is announced of Staff-Sergeant Ronald S Jones (Petone, NZ) of the Machine Gun Corps, who is stationed at Grantham, Lincolnshire to Miss Ethel Gray, of that town. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLVIII, ISSUE 102, 30 APRIL 1917 [JONES Ronald Seaforth - WW1 5/599/GRAY Ethel Jan 1/4 1917 Grantham, Lincolnshire] [31 March 1917 Parish Church, Grantham (Military File)]

JONES - MARSHALL - Commander E. R.Jones, R.N., formerly of H.M.S New Zealand, was married at The Abey [sic], Dumfermline, on December 3, to Anne Harle, second daughter of Mr and Mrs James, Oakbank, Dunfermline. OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 3336, 20 FEBRUARY 1918. [JONES Edward Roynon/MARSHALL Annie Harley 1917 Dunfermline, Scotland]

KENT-JOHNSTON - BROWN - At New Road Presbyterian Church, Woolwich, on 24th November, Lt. Walter Frederick Kent-Johnston, R.F.A., was married to Agnes Gilmour, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown, of Spittal, Killearn. The bridegroom belongs to New Zealand, being the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kent-Johnston, of Auckland. Lt. Kent-Johnston was previously with the N.Z.E.F. (4/553) and was recommended for an Imperial Commission by General Godley in February last. He was gazetted to the R.F.A. in September. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCV, ISSUE 17, 19 JANUARY 1918 [KENT-JOHNSTON Walter Frederick - WW1 4/553/BROWN Agnes Gilmour Oct 1/4 1917 Woolwich, London]

KEY-JONES - BUCHANAN - At St. Margaret's, Westminster, on January 2nd, Captain W. H. Key Jones, West Yorks Regiment, was married to Elaine Florence Buchanan, only daughter of Mr Archibald Buchanan, of Remuera. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16162, 16 MARCH 1918 [KEY-JONES William Henry/BUCHANAN Elaine Florence Jan 1/4 1918 St. George Hanover Sq. London]

KING - BUTCHER - At Romford, England, on October 17th, Rifleman David M. King, of the 3rd Battalion, N.Z.R.B., third son of Mr and Mrs D. E. King, of Temuka, was married to Lily E., eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs James H. Butcher, Romford. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16410, 2 JANUARY 1919 [KING David Myles - WW1 15917/BUTCHER Lily Elizabeth Oct 1/4 1918 Romford, Essex]

KING - DAVIS - Cheltenham Parish Church was crowded yesterday afternoon (says the Daily Mail of November 26) by nurses and wounded soldiers at the wedding of a wounded New Zealander to a Red Cross nurse. The bridegroom, Private Arthur Albert King, 12th Nelson Regiment, met his bride, Miss Minnie Louisa Davis, while at the Naunton Park Hospital. The best man was a New Zealand comrade. OTAGO WITNESS 19 January 1916 [KING Arthur Albert - WW1 6/1160/DAVIS Minnie Louisa Oct 1/4 1915 Cheltenham, Gloucestershire]

KINGSFORD - PEPPERDINE - On the 10th July, at Marylebone, by special licence, Lieut. Alfred Reginald Kingsford, N.Z.E.F. and R.F.C. was married to (Nurse) Charlotte Pepperdine of Devonshire Street, Portland Pl, W London. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLVIII, ISSUE 218, 12 SEPTEMBER 1917. [KINGSFORD, Alfred Reginald Bellingham - WWI 3/864/PEPPERDINE Charlotte Jul 1/4 1917 Marylebone, London]

KNIGHT - HUTH - The marriage of Mr Henry James Knight, son of Mr and Mrs H. F. Knight, of Riccarton (N.Z.), and Miss Frances Guinevere Huth, youngest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Alexander Huth, of Oakley House, Westhill, Putney, England, was celebrated at Old Malden Parish Church on May 30th. The bride was given away by Mr L. Brewer, and Lance-Corporal F. L. Buttle. N.Z.E.F. was best man. The ceremony, which was very quiet, was followed by a dinner at the Trocadero. The bride and bridegroom leave shortly for New Zealand, says the "British Australasian" of July 18th. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9435, 23 AUGUST 1916 [KNIGHT Henry James/HUTH Frances Guinevere Apr 1/4 1916 Kingston, Surrey]

KOEBEL - GEE - The engagement is announced of Major Frank O. Koebel, D.S.O., North Staffordshire Regiment, fourth son of Mr and Mrs O. Koebel, Bishops Teingnton, South Devon, and Mary, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs G. Gee, of Eastbourne, England, and Wellington. STAR ISSUE 12494 5 December 1918. A London correspondent writes that the marriage took place recently in St. John's Church, Eastbourne, of Major Frank O. Koebel, D.S.0., son of Mr. O. Koebel. of South Devonshire, to Miss Mary Gee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Gee. who were formerly well known residents in New Zealand. The Rev. T. G. Kay, formerly vicar of Wadestown, was one of the officiating clergymen. DOMINION Vol 13 Issue 290 01 September 1920 [KOEBEL Frank Oscar/GEE Mary Florence Apr 1/4 1920 Eastbourne, Sussex]

LANDER - ROUSE - Walter Lander was charged at the Magistrate's Court [Christchurch] with committing bigamy at Codford, England, where he went through a form of marriage with Hilda May Roud [sic]. his wife, Mary Lander, being then alive. The Magistrate, Mr. McCarthy, said he did not know whether the Court in the Dominion had power to deal with the case, as the alleged offence was committed in England, and accused was remanded to appear at Wellington next Thursday. Bail was allowed. POVERTY BAY HERALD, VOLUME XLVI, ISSUE 14812, 16 JANUARY 1919 [LANDER Walter - WW1 6/3068/ROUSE Hilda May Oct 1/4 1917 Warminster, Wiltshire]

LANE - NOBLE - The marriage was celebrated at Christ Church, Woburn square, London, on August 28th, of Captain H. W. Lane, R.E., elder son of Mr H. C. Lane, Christchurch, and Joan Irwin Clare, second daughter of Mr P. Noble, of Bradford, Canada. Captain Lane got his commission from the Inns of Court, O.T.C., in July, 1915. He is a graduate of Canterbury College. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLV, Issue 10429, 6 November 1919 [LANE Henry Walker/NOBLE Joan Irwin Clare Jul 1/4 1919 St. Giles, London]

LARKING - KNIGHT - Sapper T. Larking of the Main Body N.Z.E.F., was recently married at Coventry, England to Miss Carrie Knight, a member of the Blackpool Amateur Operatic Society. Mrs Larking has done a good deal of Red Cross work, but is now a Government inspector of munitions. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10019, 10 JULY 1918 [LARKING Thomas Edward - WW1 11/427/KNIGHT Carrie Jan 1/4 1918 Coventry, Warwickshire]

LEARY - ROBERTSON - On April 2nd, at Exeter Cathedral, Lieut. Leonard Poulter Leary, M.C., R.F.A.. son of the late Mr Richard Leary, of Palmerston North, was married to Margaret Mason Robertson, younger daughter of Mr George Robertson, Embleton, Northumberland. The ceremony was performed by the Rev J H. Toogood, C.F., assisted bv the Rev. J. C. Gibbs, C.F., and the Rev. R. C. B. Llewellyn. Lieutenant Leary was in the ranks at Samoa, and by the middle of 1915 he had obtained a commission in the R.F.A. He has been twice wounded, the seccnd time in November last, and now is on the instructional staff at Topsham Barracks, Exeter under Lieut.Colonel D. C. Spencer-Smith, R.F.A., C.O. of the No. 2 Cadet School, R.F.A. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16224, 29 MAY 1918. [LEARY Leonard Poulter - WWI 1/365/ROBERTSON Margaret Mason Jun 1/4 1918 Exeter, Devon]

LENNAN - QUESTED - On January 14, 1918 at All Saints' Church, Manor Park, London, Private James Lennan of Waiwera, Auckland to Rose Isabel Quested, of Gravesend, Kent, England. NEW ZEALAND HERALD, VOLUME LV, ISSUE 16802, 19 March 1918, Page 1 [LENNAN James - WW1 48519/QUESTED Rose Isabel Jan 1/4 1918 West Ham, Essex]

LEWIN - EVAN-THOMAS - On June 28, at St. John's, Builth Road [Breconshire, Wales], Lieutenant Lancelot Lewin, N.Z.F.A., older son of Captain and Mrs. Lewin, of Spaxton Downs, Canterbury, was married to Miss Clara Gwyneth Evan-Thomas eldest daughter of late Commandant Evan-Thomas, R.N., of Caerwnon, Radnorshire. DOMINION, VOLUME 10, ISSUE 3172, 24 AUGUST 1917 [LEWIN Lancelot/EVAN-THOMAS Clara Gwyneth Apr 1/4 1917 Builth, Breconshire]

LILLY - HARROP - Mr Leslie Gordon Lilly, Lieutenant Westminster Dragoons (late of Dunedin), was married on December 18, at St. George's, Bloomsbury, to Miss Maude Elizabeth Harrop, only daughter of Alderman Harrop, J.P., ex-Lord Mayor of Manchester, and Mrs Harrop, of Heaton Lodge, Heaton, Mersey. The ceremony was performed by Bishop Welldon. Since his marriage, Lieutenant Lilly has left for Egypt. OTAGO DAILY TIMES, ISSUE 16624, 22 February 1916, Page 7 [LILLY Leslie Gordon/HARROP Maude Elizabeth Oct 1/4 1915 St. Giles, London]

LITTLE - MCCOSH-SMITH - Staff-Nurse V. McCosh-Smith, who has been serving in Egypt, has resigned from the N.Z.A.N.S. at her own request, to be married. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10082, 21 SEPTEMBER 1918. 22/141 Staff-Nurse V McCosh Smith resigned at her own request on account of marriage is struck off strength of the N.Z.E.F. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10090, 2 OCTOBER 1918 [LITTLE George Rain (Lieutenant, Egyptian Labour Corps)/MCCOSH-SMITH Violet - WW1 22/141 - married 1918 St Andrew's Church, Cairo] [KAI TIAKI: THE JOURNAL OF THE NURSES OF NEW ZEALAND, VOLUME XI, ISSUE 3, 1 JULY 1918] Violet McCOSH-SMITH was born as Christina Stewart SMITH on the 16 Sep 1880 at Naseby, Otago to Rev. James McCosh SMITH and Jane Agnes LUMSDEN. She was discharged on 5 May 1918 from the NZANS.

LIVESAY - PRETYMAN - At Torre Church, Torquay, Lieutenant-Colonel R O'Hara Livesay, D.S.O., the Queen's Regiment, only son of the late Colonel R. A. Livesay, R.E., was married to Miss Margaret Pretyman, only daughter of Mr and Mrs William Pretyman, of Five Ways, Torquay. The bridegroom has been attached to the N.Z. Division at the front. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16011, 20 SEPTEMBER 1917 [LIVESAY Robert O'Hara/PRETYMAN Margaret Jul 1/4 1917 Newton Abbot, Devon]

LOVELL - LOVELL - On January 11, 1919 at St Mary's Church, Islington, Private Harland Parrell Lovell, 6th Reinforcements on active service, son of Mr and Mrs J W Lovell, Manurewa to Agnes Marion, eldest daughter of W Lovell Esq., of Cannonbury Square, Islington, London. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 17068, 25 January 1919, Page 1 [LOVELL Harland - WW1 12/2761/LOVELL Agnes Marion Jan 1/4 1919 Islington, London]

LUCAS - REID - On November 7th, Captain Reginald Hutchinson Lucas, R.A.M.C. (son of the Rev. William Lucas, of Nelson), was married to Miss Kathleen Sybil Reid, only daughter of the late Dr Whitehead Reid, of Canterbury, Kent, and of Mrs Reid, Julian road, Folkestone. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Canon Arthur Lucas and the Right Rev. Bishop Walsh, at St. Paul’s Church, Canterbury, England. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLII, ISSUE 9560, 17 JANUARY 1917 [LUCAS Reginald Hutchinson/REID [WHITEHEAD-REID] Kathleen Sybil Oct 1/4 1916 Canterbury, Kent]

LYE - MAWBY - On August 24, 1918 at the Congregational Church, King's Lynn, Norfolk, England by the Rev. Dawe, Albert Edward (NZE), only son of Mr and Mrs E Lye, Franklin Road, Ponsonby to Edith, youngest daughter of Mr Thomas Mawby, King's Lynn, Norfolk, England. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17074, 1 February 1919, Page 1 [LYE Albert Edward - WW1 26509/MAWBY Edith Jul 1/4 1918 Kings Lynn, Norfolk]

MACDONALD - WEBB - At St. Marylebone Parish Church, on April 11th, Ian Buchanan Macdonald, N.Z.M.C., younger son of Mr J. M. Macdonald, Moon Hill, Frensham, was married to Edith Llewellyn Webb, of Wellington. The ceremony was performed by Dr. Morrison, Rector. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16238, 14 JUNE 1918. [Ian B MACDONALD/Edith L WEBB Jun 1/4 1918 Marylebone, Middlesex]

MACKENZIE - NICHOLLS - The engagement is announced Lieutenant Hector Bruce Mackenzie, N.Z.M.C., son of Sir Thomas and Lady Mackenzie, and Elyn, daughter of George Jasper Nicholls, LL.B., late Judge, of the Indian Civil Service, and Mrs. Nicholls, of Longfield, Bideford. The marriage will take place in September.EVENING POST, VOLUME XCVI, ISSUE 82, 3 OCTOBER 1918. The marriage took place on September 26 at St Stephen’s Church, Gloucester Road, of Lieutenant Hector Bruce Mackenzie N.Z.M.C., fourth son of Sir Thomas Mackenzie, High Commissioner for New Zealand, and Lady Mackenzie, to Elyn Caroline Nicholls, only daughter of Mr Jasper Nicholls, I.C.S., and Mrs Nicholls of Bideford, Devon. The ceremony was performed by Canon H. D. Burton. Star Issue 12494 5 December 1918. Mr Bruce Mackenzie, a son of the High Commissioner for New Zealand, was married on September 26 to Miss Nicholls, daughter of an ex-Indian Judge, and a relative of the late Mr Charles Nicholls (of Dalgety, Nicholls and Co.), who lost his life by a coach accident on the Horse Shoe Range some years ago. STAR, ISSUE 12473, 12 NOVEMBER 1918 ... The service was conducted by Canon Burton, of the N.Z.E.F., and formerly of St. Michael's, Christchurch. The bride wore a pretty gown of white satin and georgette, with touches of silver, and a Limerick lace veil. Miss Hazel Buckland and Miss Muriel Marshall were bridesmaids. Sub-Lieutenant Charles S. Clark, R.N.V.R., late. N.Z.F.A., was best man. Among those present, at the church were Sir Thomas and Lady Mackenzie and Miss Helen Mackenzie, Mr and Mrs Howard Ellis, Mr Clutha Mackenzie, Mrs Jasper Nicholls, Mr and Mrs L. Marshall, and the Misses Sybil and Florence Marshall, and Lieutenant Colonel Bernard Myers. SUN, VOLUME V, ISSUE 1502, 5 DECEMBER 1918

MACKESSACK - CANN - The engagement is announced and a marriage will shortly take place between Miss F. K. Cann (Kitt), eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs C. E. Cann, of Holt House, Finchley, and 3/1056 C. G. Mackessack, of Wellington, at present with the Medical Corps. N.Z.E.F. (says the “British Australasian" of May 16th). NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10019, 10 JULY 1918. The marriage took place at Victoria avenue Congregational Church, Finchley, London, on the 1st June last, of Private Charles Gordon Mackessack, N.Z.M.C., elder son of Mrs. Mackessack, of Tinakori-road, Wellington, to Miss Florence (Kitty) Cann, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cann, of Holt House, Finchley. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Samuel Gordon, an old friend of the bride's family. The bridesmands were Miss Dora Cann (sister) and Miss Winifred Harrison, while Lieutenant William Gordon, of the Canadian Forces, was the best man. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCVI, ISSUE 32, 6 AUGUST 1918

MACLEAN -COTTON - Lieut. John Clark Maclean, of the New Zealand Infantry [1NZEF 9/663], was married at the 14th General Hospital, at Boulogne, on 3rd-February, to Mrs. Helen Cotton, of Bideford. Evening Post, Volume XCIII, Issue 95, 21 April 1917. Lieutenant J. C. Maclean, of Dunedin, well known in athletic circles and as a football player a few years ago, has been awarded the Military Cross. He served in the Boer war, and left on the outbreak of the present war with the Third Reinforcements, he saw service on Gallipoli and was invalided to England. He went to France and was wounded, but soon recovered and returned to the front where he became dangerously ill. During this period he was married in France. Otago Witness 12 December 1917

MACLEAN - LEWIN - The engagement is announced of Major Cuthbert T Maclean, M.C., Royal Scots Fusiliers, att. Royal Flying Corps to Maria Dorothy (Birdie) Lewin, only child of Mrs Lewin, Kirklevington Hall, Yarm, Yorkshire. Major Maclean has been on service ever since the war broke out, and since recovering from injuries caused by a fall while on duty with the R.F.C., has been stationed at a training centre in the North. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16016, 26 SEPTEMBER 1917

Mrs L. Maclean, wife of tho Rev. AV. Maclean, C.F., N.Z.E.F., has been mentioned in despatches for her work at tho County of Middlesex AVar Hospital, Napsbury. Mrs Maclean, who is a daughter of Mr AV. H. Ingram, of Invercargill. went to England in August, 1916. and shortly afterwards commenced work at Napsbury. Her husband was minister at Somervell Memorial Presbyterian Church at Remuera, and. has been with tho N.Z.E.F. since moving from Egypt to France. He lately joined the New Zealand Discharge Depot at Torquay. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9873, 19 JANUARY 1918

MAGILL - SNELLING - At St. Saviour's, Southwark, on December 5th, Archibald G. Magill, son of Mr John MAGILL, of Napier, was married to Christine, third daughter of the late Mr Henry SNELLING, J.P., and Mrs Snelling, of Cray Lodge, Sidcup. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. Charlesworth, Chaplain of Guy's Hospital. Press, Volume LV, Issue 16447, 14 February 1919, Page 2

MARTIN - CROWTHER - At the Parish Church, Brockenhurst, on 30th July, Lance Corporal Frederic Milward Martin, LL.B., N.Z.E., only son of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Martin, of Wellington, was married to Mabel L. Crowther, eldest daughter of Mr. J. S. Crowther, J.P., and Mrs. Crowther, of 89, Bethune road, Stamford Hill, London. The ceremony- was performed by the Ven. Archdeacon P. A. Jacob; C.F., N.Z.E.F. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCVI, ISSUE 82, 3 OCTOBER 1918

MATTHEWS - BEST - ...engagement announced in England ...Captain N Matthews, R.A.M.C, son of Mr and Mrs R. J. Matthews of New Plymouth to Hilda, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs W. F. Best of Altadore, Preston. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLII, ISSUE 9669, 25 MAY 1917. On October 14th, at St. James's Church, Wells, Captain Newton Matthews, R.A.M.C., of New Zealand, was married to Hilda, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs W. F. Best, Altadore, Preston, Lancashire. The ceremony was performed by the venerable Archdeacon Scott. Captain Matthews got his commission in the R.A.M.C. at the beginning of the war. PRESS, ISSUE 16390, 9 DECEMBER 1918

MAUNSELL - MARTYN-JOHNS - At St. Mark's Church, Little Common, on August 25th, Leslie Beauchamp Maunsell, M.C., Machine-gun Corps, was married to Catherine Jane Martyn-Johns (Katie), second daughter of the late Mr Thomas Martyn-Johns, of Trevella, Crantock, Cornwall, and Mrs Martyn-Johns, of Fairholme, Little Common, Bexhill. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. B. Martyn-Johns, brother of the bride, assisted by the Rev. M. B. Stuart-Fox, rector. The wedding was a very quiet one, only relatives being present. Lieutenant Maunsell has sufficiently recovered from his severe wounds to undertake light military duty and he is at the Grantham Camp. In all likelihood he will be passed fit for active service in tho course of a couple of months.PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16043, 27 OCTOBER 1917

MAWLEY - FRAME - Private R. Mawley (S.-B.) 1st W.I.B., is engaged to Annie Elvira, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Frame, "Kelvinville", Marine Parade, Napier. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16162, 16 MARCH 1918

MAYALL - GARRATT - On August 24, 1918 at Wesleyan Church, Kentish Town, London by the Rev. E T Carrier, Sergeant David Mayall, Main Body NZFA, sixth son of Captain G Mayall, Mount Eden to Elsie May, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Garratt, Kentish Town, London. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17074, 1 February 1919, Page 1

MAYNE - A returned soldier, Private Ronald Henry Mayne [1NZEF 12/2029 aka Henry William YEEND], died in the hospital to-day. He was shot through the lungs on Gallipoli, invalided to England, and returned to the dominion in September. Afterwards he was discharged. The deceased was a native of the United States, and married an English girl while at Brockenhurst Hospital. His wife is still in England. Otago Witness 17 January 1917 [ Military file has marriage to Alberta Louise THOMAS in Victoria, Australia 1901 as YEEND - does not appear to be a UK marriage under MAYNE or YEEND]

McALPINE - IRWIN - The British Australasian reports: — The wedding of Trooper Thomas William McAlpine, Otago Mounted Rifles, Woodcote Camp, Epsom, and Miss Lillian Irwin, Garratt Lane, Tooting, was celebrated on Empire Day. The comradeship of the Anzacs expressed itself in the shape of useful presents to the bride and bridegroom (travelling bag and lady's workcase). The presentation was made in camp, Sergeant-major Hadfield and Quartermaster Robinson presiding, and the gifts were presented by Private Cecil Duke, A.I.F. Trooper McAlpine, who is the son of Mr J. H. McAlpine, Hamilton South, has been in England since August, 1915. Otago Witness, Issue 3254, 26 July 1916.

McDONNELL - CHINNERY-BROWN - The engagement is announced at Bexhill-on-Sea, England of Miss Norah Creina Chinnery-Brown, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs Chinnery-Brown, Auckland to Private V.H. McDonnell, 15th Reinforcements, younger son of the late Colonel McDonnell and Mrs McMurdo, of Greystoke, Whakapirau. Till recently Miss Chinnery-Brown has been a V.A.D. at the Rusthall Red Cross Hospitak, Tunbridge Wells. OBSERVER, VOLUME XXXVIII, ISSUE 25, 23 FEBRUARY 1918. Vivian Howard McDONNELL [NZEF 18836]/

McDOUALL - SANDERS - At St. Michael's Church, Aldington, [Devon] on New Year's Day, the wedding took place of Philip Hastings McDouall, R.E., third son of the late Mr Willoughby Crichton McDouall and Mrs. McDouall), of Oamaru, New Zealand, to Miss Ivy Harrie Sanders, daughter of Mr. H. C. Sanders (late P.W.D.) and Mrs. Sanders, Rajputana. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. B. Bennett. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCIII, ISSUE 50, 27 FEBRUARY 1917

McGILL - LANGSTON - At All Soul’s, Clapton Park, London on July [113th], Private J. E. Gill [sic], of Canterbury, was married to Miss E. Langston. Sergeant D. McPhee, N.Z.R.B., who is blind, was best man. The bridegroom has been trained at St. Dunstan’s in poultry farming, and a number of the St. Dunstan boys were present at the wedding. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10092, 4 OCTOBER 1918 [McGILL John Ramsay - WW1 24/2543/LANGSTON Elizabeth Wylie Jul 1/4 1918 Hackney, Middlesex]

McGILP - AQUILINA - On December 1, 1917 at Alexandria, Egypt, Clyde, Major, D.S.O, Field Artillery NZEF, second son of Mr and Mrs A McGilp, Birkenhead, Auckland to Jean, younger daughter of Chevalier Aquilina, of Ramleh, Bulkeley, Alexandria, Egypt. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16776, 16 February 1918, Page 1

MCLAGLEN - BAKER - Some old Akarovians among us are gossiping reminiscently over the engagement of Dr Eleanor Baker, of Christchurch, to Captain McLaglen, of the Imperial army, just announced in a Christchurch paper. She is the daughter of Southey Baker, who married Miss Josephine Dicken, of French Farm, Akaroa Harbour, and they kept a famous school there for some years. Old Canterbury people remember Southey Baker as a great cricketer —on© of the team which defeated Spofforth’s Australians in the early eighties in a great match. The school in the picturesque bay is a thing of the past, and Southey Baker and his wife are with the majority; and when we read of their daughter as a doctor, it makes us feel reminiscent, not to say a trifle old. Otago Witness, Issue 3216, 3 November 1915

McLEAN — NORFIELD — On December 1, 1917, at Regent Square Presbyterian Church, Holborn, London, by the Rev. Ivor W. Robertson, Sapper Cyril Lynn McLean N.Z. Army Postal Section (Fifth Reinforcements), younger son of Andrew McLean, Lawrence, to Lylie Maud, eldest daughter of Charles Norfield, Ilford, Essex. OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 3333, 30 JANUARY 1918

McMASTER - GOWER-BURNS - The marriage took place on April 28 at the Church of St Michael and All Angels, Bedford Park, London, W., of Sergeant A. A. McMaster, First Field Company, New Zealand Engineers, son of the late A. A. McMaster Esq., of Tokarahi, New Zealand, and Miss Helen Gower-Burns, second daughter of Mr B. H. and Mrs Gower Burns, of Christchurch. Lieutenant M. P. Astley acted as best man. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLVIII, ISSUE 155, 30 JUNE 1917

McPHERSON - KNIGHTON - On April 25th the marriage took place at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Kensington, of Mr Stewart McPherson, late of Christchuroh, and Miss Jessie E. Knighton of Carlton, Sydney. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16238, 14 JUNE 1918

MEEK - MOFFATT - On February 9, at the Presbyterian Church, Crow's Nest [Sydney, NSW], a wedding was solemnised by the Rev. Alex. Clark, states a Sydney exchange, when Lance Corporal Signaller John George Priest MEEK, 17th Batt. [A.I.F], second son of the late Mr William J. Meek (England) and Mrs. J. Elgar (New Zealand), was married to Beatrice Marjorie May MOFFATT, youngest daughter of the late Mr James Moffatt (Manchester, England), and the late Mrs. F. Buckworth (Windsor, N.S.W.). The bride was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. R. R. Fergusson. The maid of honour was Miss Meek (sister of the bridegroom) ; Miss Rene Harlow, and Miss Marjorie Wilkins acted as bridesmaids. Signaller Meek was recently returned invalided from Gallipoli, where he spent ten weeks in the firing line. A guard of honour, composed of the old Anzac boys, formed up outside the church before and after the ceremony. The bridegroom's father was a colonel in the Imperial Army and a veteran of the Crimean War. Signaller Meek has two brothers, now at the front. Private. W. Peables acted as best man. Dominion, Volume 9, Issue 2721, 16 March 1916

MELITUS - EVANS - At St. Ambrose Church, Bournemouth, Lieutenant P. N Melitus, R.A.F., elder son of Mr H. Melitus, 46 Holland Park, W., was married on July 27th to Hebe Madge, eldest daugnter of the late Mr B. B. Evans, J.P., of "Fair Elms," Hatch End, Middlesex, and Mrs Evans, Craigalea, Alum Chine, Bournemouth. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16333, 3 OCTOBER 1918

MELVILLE - TYE - At St. Martin's Church, Epsom, Stanley Gordon Melville, Auckland Regiment, was married to Maud Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs F. Tye, Epsom, Surrey. The bridegroom is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs G. Melville of Edinburgh. The wedding took place on August 22nd, and was performed bv the Vicar of St. Martin's. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16359, 2 NOVEMBER 1918

MICHIE - MCLEAN - The engagement is announced of Miss Marybel McLean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McLean, of Wellington, and Lieut. Grahame Forbes Michie, of the 8th Middlesex, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Michie, of London. Miss M'Lean is leaving shortly by the Rotorua for England, where the wedding will take place.Evening Post, Vol XC, Issue 44, 20 August 1915. The last English mail brought a little news about Miss Mercy McLean, the elder daughter of Mr and Mrs James McLean, Oriental Bay. She was married to Lieutenant Grahame Forbes Michie just before the mail left for New Zealand. The wedding was to have been a very military affair, but the bridegroom's regiment was unexpectedly moved, and his captain, who was to have been best man, was unavoidably absent, as were most of his brother officers. The bride was married from the Gore Hotel, Kensington, where the bridegroom's parents live when in London. The Rev. Mr Allen was the officiating clergyman, and the marriage took place in an old and beautiful church called St. Mary Abbot's. The bride was given away by her brother-in-law, Captain Dermont Freyer. Many New Zealanders' were at the wedding. Among those mentioned in the letter were Mr and Mrs Michie, Mrs Dermont Freyer, Miss Grant, Mrs Bradbury, Mrs Fitzherbert (nee Miss Waldegrave), and Captain Sutcliffe. After the reception, Lieutenant Michie and his bride left by motor for a brief honevmoon in Sussex. The bridegroom had one week's leave. Mrs Dermont Freyer, the bride's sister, went to London for the wedding, but was spending some of the summer months with her two babies at Clacton-on-Sea, where Captain Freyer has been stationed for some time. Free Lance, Vol XV, Issue 806, 10 December 1915

MILLER - RICHARDSON - On February 6, at Glasgow, Sergeant-Major John Arneil Miller, son of the late David Miller, Auckland, NZ Field Artillery, Auckland to Clarissa Richardson, daughter of the late Mr Richardson, and Mrs Richardson, Strathbungo, Glasgow. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17122, 29 March 1919, Page 1

MILNES — YANDELL On December 4. 1917, at Wesley Church, Melbourne, by the Rev. D. Daley, Ingham (ex-lieutenant N.Z.E.F.), eldest son of John W. and Alice C. Milnes, of Dunedin, New Zealand, to Ada V. A., youngest daughter of the late Councillor A. C. and the late Margery Yandell, of "Dunheved," Castlemaine, Victoria. OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 3333, 30 JANUARY 1918. Ingham MILNES/Ada Victoria Augusta YANDELL

MILSOM - COLLINS - A wedding of New Zealand interest was solemnised at St. Saviour's Church, Dagshai [Bengal, India], on September 20, when Miss Isobel Vida, only daughter of Colonel and Mrs Collins, of Wellington, was married to Harry Lincoln Milsom, 15th Prince Albert's Somerset L.I., fifth son of Mr F. H. Milsom, of Bath. Otago Witness, Issue 3224, 5 January 1916

MITCHELL - MACDONALD - At St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Westbourne Grove, the wedding took place on April 1st, of Eng.-Lientenant Gilbert S. Mitchell. R.N., of Wellington, to Victoria Blanche, elder daughter of Mr Alexander Macdonald, of Delamere terrace, London. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. W. Walker, M.A. Prior to the war, Eng.- Lieutenant Mitchell was on the engineers' staff of the N.Z. Government steamers Tutanekai and Hinemoa. He arrived in England in October, 1915, and the next month was in the armed merchant cruiser Edinburgh Castle, being transferred after about a year to H.M.S. Macedonia. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16224, 29 MAY 1918

MOORE — LOFTHOUSE — On May 30, 1917 at Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire, by the Rev. David Williams, A. Eisdell Moore, M.D., younger son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Erne Moore, Auckland, to Alice, youngest daughter of the late John Lofthouse and of Mrs Suttill, Ripon. (From the Times, London.)New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16614, 10 August 1917, Page 1

MORGAN - SMEETON - Lieutenant C. E. Collins Morgan, M.C., N.Z. Infantry, Napier, who died from wounds received on October 5, had only recently gone back to France after short leave, during which he had married Miss Lilla Smeeton, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Smeeton, Sheen Park. [Marriages Sep 1917 COLLINS-MORGAN Charles E/SMEETON Lilian E H - Richmond, Surrey 2a 1147] Otago Witness 13 February 1918.

MOSSE - BROWN - A wedding of New Zealand interest took place on Saturday May 8th, at St. Matthews Church, Chapel Allerton, Leeds, by the Rev. Arnold M. Sullivan, of Cecil Edward Le Clere Mosse, Second Lieutenant A.S.C., youngest son of the late Surgeon General Charles R. Mosse, C.B., C.M.G. to Dorothy Edith, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chinnery BROWN [CHINNERY-BROWN], of Auckland. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLVI, ISSUE 153, 29 JUNE 1915

MOULDEY - IRONSIDE - At St. Saviour's Church, Highbury, Lieutenant Walter E. Mouldey, Lancashire Fusiliers, of Christchurch, was married to Dorothy Jean, eldest daughter of Dr. and Mrs Charles A. Ironside, of 8 Highbury New Park. Lieutenant Mouldey was out in New Zealand a few months ago on sick leave. He is the son of Mr E. C. Mouldey, of Canterbury. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16333, 3 OCTOBER 1918. At St Saviour’s, Highbury, on July 27, the marriage was celebrated of Lieutenant Walter E. Mouldey, Lancs. Fusiliers, son of Mr E. C. Mouldey, of Christchurch, New Zealand, and Miss Dorothy Jean Ironside, daughter of Dr and Mrs Charles Ironside, of Highbury, New York. The bride was given away by her father, and Captain A. Boyd Roebuck, East Lancs., was best man. The guests from Australia and New Zealand included Mrs and Miss Clifton Mogg, Mrs W. Stringleman, Dr Truby King, of Dunedin, Mr Cyril Wells. Mr Clio Gallie, Mr James Barr, and Lieutenant Alec Shackelford, A.I.F. LYTTELTON TIMES, VOLUME CXVII, ISSUE 17913, 5 OCTOBER 1918

MUIRSON - RUPERT - Captain K. B. Murison, M.C., of the Australian Machine- Gun. Corps, son of Mrs E. 'Murison (Christchurch), is engaged to Eleanor, only daughter or Captain Rupert, late 13th Hussara. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9873, 19 JANUARY 1918 At St. John's Church, Paddington, Captain Kenneth Muirson, of Christchurch, recently awarded a bar to his M.C., A.I.F. was married to Eleanor Ethel, daughter of Captain and Mrs George Rupert, 84 Seymour Street, London. OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 3336, 20 FEBRUARY 1918

NEILL - SINCLAIR THOMSON - On October 11th, 1916, at All Souls, Langham place, London, Captain Redmond Barry Neill, Royal Irish Fusiliers, fourth, son of Mr Percival Clay Neill, of Chingford, Dunedin (N.Z.), was married to Miss Katharine Gertrude Sinclair Thomson, only daughter of Mr and Mrs John Sinclair Thomson, of The Crossing, Geraldine (N.Z.). NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9524, 5 DECEMBER 1916. At All Souls' Church, Langham place, on October 11, the marriage took place of Captain R. B. Neill, Royal Irish Fusiliers, fourth son of Mr P. C. Neill, of Chingford, Dunedin, to Miss Katharine Gertrude Sinclair Thomson, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Sinclair Thomson, of The Crossing, Geraldine. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. H. Ritchie (also of Dunedin), chaplain, R.N., who is attached to H.M.S. Donegal. Mr Sinclair Thomson gave his daughter away. The bridal dress was of soft mole-coloured chiffon, finished with soft fur trimmings. Her hat was of pale pink, and her bouquet was of delicately-tinted pink flowers. Miss Winifred Roberts, cousin of the bride, was in attendance, and Lieutenant-colonel Meares, of the Royal Irish Fusiliers, was best man. Other brother officers of the bridegroom's regiment present were Captain Wright, Captain O'Neill, and Captain Hennessey. The reception was held at the residence of the bride's uncle, Sir St. Clair Thomson, 64 Wimpole street. Later in the afternoon Captain and Mrs R. B. Neill left by motor car on a trip to Devonshire, the bride wearing a travelling costume of dark blue gaberdine and a small blue toque. The future home of the bride and bridegroom is to be in New Zealand, but this, of course, cannot be until the conclusion of the war. OTAGO DAILY TIMES, ISSUE 16896, 8 JANUARY 1917

NEWMARCH - ROSE - On April 11 the marriage took place in London of Mrs J G Rose, formerly of Lower Hutt to Colonel Lindsay Newmarch (Warwick Regiment). Colonel Newmarch has returned from active service. DOMINION, VOLUME 9, ISSUE 2755, 26 APRIL 1916. [Lindsay Sherwood NEWMARCH - Mary ROSE]

O'CONNELL - JARDINE - At St. James's Church, Nottingham, on 29th April, the marriage took place of Lieutenant John Granfield O'Connell, 1st Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, to Iris Gwendoline, younger daughter of Sir Ernest and Lady Jardine, of The Park, Nottingham. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. F. Braley, M.A., LL.B.EVENING POST, VOLUME XCVIII, ISSUE 24, 29 JULY 1919

O'CONNOR - BARKER - On April 21, 1919, at St John's Church, Keswick, England, Sergeant Thomas O'Connor, third son of T O'Connor, Dargaville to Dinah, third daughter of Adam Barker, Montrose, Keswick, New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17208, 9 July 1919, Page 1

ORDE - DAVIDSON - At St. Peter's, Cranley Gardens, London, the marriage took place on November 11 of Miss Frances Fortune Davidson, only child of the late Mr. James Davidson, of Dunedin, and of Mrs. Cunningham Smith, of 7 Nevern Road, Earl's Court, to Charles William Orde, eldest son of Lieutenant-Colonel W. Orde, of East Orde, Nunnykirk, Northumberland. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Canon Gardiner, assisted by the Rev. W. S. Swayne. DOMINION, VOLUME 8, ISSUE 2347, 1 JANUARY 1915

PALMER - SAVILL - At St. Katherine's Church, Merstham, Surrey, Captain Alexander C. Palmer, R.A.M.C. (only son of Mr and Mrs Alexander Palmer, of Dunedin), was married on September 30 to Miss Geraldine Louise Savill, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Percy R. Savill, of Oakwood, Merstham, Surrey. OTAGO DAILY TIMES, ISSUE 16896, 8 JANUARY 1917. [Alexander Croydon PALMER/Geraldine Louise SAVILL]

PARK - PARISH - A recent engagement of New Zealand interest is that announced between Major Keith R. Park, M.C., Croix de Guerre, R.F.A. and R.A.F., and Dorothy Margarita, daughter or Mr and Mrs Woodbine Parish, of 2 Stanhope street, Hyde Park. Major Park, who is the son of Professor J. L. Park, F.G.S., B.Sc., of Aberdeen and Dunedin has boen serving for over two years, at first with the R.F.A., transferring later to the Royal Air Force. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16333, 3 OCTOBER 1918. On November 28th, at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, London, the wedding took place of Major Keith R. Park, M.C., R.A.F., son of Professor J.L. Park, of Aberdeen and New Zealand, and Miss Dorothy Margarita (Doll) Parish, daughter of Major and Mrs Woodbine Parish, of 2, Stanhope street, Hyde Park. The ceremony was performed by the Bishop of Hull, assisted by the Rev. H. N. Bate, vicar of the parish. The bride, who was given away by her father, was in a dress of white charmeuse with an embroidered tulle veil and a train sewn with pearls. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIV, ISSUE 10187, 25 JANUARY 1919

PARK - SCOTT - On August 31st, the marriage took place at Edinburgh of Hugh Wood Gordon, Eng.-Sub-Lieut. R.N.R., second son of Mr James Park, of Hokitika, to Elizabeth, younger daughter of the late Robert Scott and Mrs Scott, of 16 Bruntsfield avenue, Edinburgh. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. B. J. Cole. The bridegroom was formerly a private in the A.I.R., and trannferred to the R.N.R. in April, 1917. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16359, 2 NOVEMBER 1918

PARKER - FAZAKERLEY - Lieutenant-Colonel F. W. PARKER, N.Z.A.S.C. (Blenheim) — Commanding the Divisional Train — was married, at the Wesleyan Church, Cricklewood, on November 23rd, to Maud Annie, only daughter of the late Richard and Mrs FAZAKERLEY, 33 Sneyd road, Cricklewood. Press, Volume LV, Issue 16447, 14 February 1919, Page 2

PARTRIDGE -SLADE - Lance-Corporal James Edwin Partridge, No. 2 New Zealand Field Ambulance, doing active duty in France, was in England at the end of August in order to get married. Lance-Corporal Partridge was serving, before he went to France in Brockenhurst Hospital, and it was there he found his bride, Alisa Mabel Slade. Star Issue 12494 5 December 1918. James Edwin PARTRIDGE (NZEF 3/915) maried Mabel Harriett Slade at the Parish Church, Brockenhurst on the 26 August 1918. (Military file). At the Parish Church, Brockenhurst, on August 22nd, 3/915 L.Corpl. James Edwin Partridge, of the No. 2 N.Z. Field Ambulance, France, was married to Miss Mabel Slade, V.A.D. worker, at the No. 1 N.Z. General Hospital. In the absence of her father, who is on active service, the bride was given away by Private Arthur Birch. The best man was Private Leslie Fisher, and the ceremony was performed by the hospital chaplain, the Ven. Archdeacon J. A. Jacob. PRESS, ISSUE 16390, 9 DECEMBER 1918

PATON - TESCHEMAKER - On 20th January, at Stopham Church, near Pulborough, the marriage took place of Captain William Douglas Paton, Royal Navy, H.M.S. Victory, youngest son of Major James Paton, of Crailing, Jedburgh, Scotland, and Gladys May Teschemaker, youngest daughter of the late Mr. W. H. Teschemaker, of Kauro, Otago, New Zealand, and Mrs. Teschemaker, Stopham House, Pulborough. The wedding was a very quiet one, owing to the war, only a few relatives and friends being present. The church was prettily decorated with flowers. The Rev. E. H. Tuke (brother-in-law of the bridegroom) and the Rev. Vernon Guise, Rector of the Parish, were the officiating clergy. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Lieutenant Cecil de Shute Teschemaker, 1st County of London Yeomanry, wore a white brocade and tulle gown, a veil of old lace, and she carried a bouquet of lilies. The bridegroom was in naval uniform, and was attended by his cousin, Mr. Norham Paton, as best man. An informal reception was afterwards held at Stopham House, where a number of wedding presents were displayed. A good many friends and relatives were prevented from attending owing to their duties connected with the army and navy, but there was a fair sprinkling of uniforms among those present. The bride and bridegroom afterwards left by motor-car for Portsmouth, where the latter is at present stationed. The bride's travelling costume was of dark blue serge with hat of nete-de-negre silk, trimmed with brown ostrich feathers; she also wore brown fox furs. EVENING POST, VOLUME LXXXIX, ISSUE 57, 9 MARCH 1915

PATTERSON - HAY - Private George Patterson, N.Z.E.F., was married at The Manse, Edrom [Berwickshire, Scotland] to Elizabeth Laurie, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Hay, Chirnside Station, Chirnside. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIV, ISSUE 10187, 25 JANUARY 1919 [PATTERSON GEORGE/HAY ELIZABETH LAURIE 1918 738/ 6 Edrom]

PEAKE - ENGLAND - At All Saints' Church, Ealing, on August 22nd, Robert Hugh Peake, Lieutenant R.F.C, was married to Ruth England, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs A. V. England, of Ealing. The bridegroom is the second son of Colonel Peake and the late Mrs Peake, of Lampton Hall, Ealing. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. O B Rogers, Vicar of Whitton. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16043, 27 OCTOBER 1917

PERKINS - JOHNSTON - Driver V. H. K. Perkins, N.Z.F.A., eldest son of Mrs E. A. Perkins, Hopper street, Wellington, was married recently to Fanny, eldest daughter of Mrs S. A. Johnston, Radnor street, Werneth, Oldham. The ceremony took place at the Salvation Army Citadel at Oldham, and was performed by Commandant W. Ware. The bride and bridegroom are now at Torquay awaiting embarkation to New Zealand. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16333, 3 OCTOBER 1918

PLAYNE - STANDIDGE - On October 14, at Fairfield, Mr Somerset Playne, only son of Mr Fitzarthur H. Playne, of Forwood, Minchinhampton, was married to Miss Lucy May Standidge, youngest daughter of Mr John Charles Standidge, of Hawke's Bay. STAR, ISSUE 11880, 14 DECEMBER 1916

POI POI - ALDERTON - A romantic wedding was celebrated at Walton-on-Thames last week, when Private Peter Poi-Poi, N.Z.E.F., a Maori soldier, who was wounded at Gallipoli, was married to an English girl, Miss Winifred Alderton. Private Poi-Poi came to England eight weeks ago, and was admitted to the Felix Hospital at Walton, where he has been ever since. He expects to return to New Zealand for home service. Auckland Star, Volume XLVII, Issue 171, 19 July 1916, Page 9

PORTER - HARRIS - News has just been received in Lyttelton of the wedding in England of Miss Myrtle Harris, elder daughter of Captain Harris, of Lyttelton, to Commander R. M. Porter, R.N.R., late of H.M.S. Barham. The wedding took place on February 27, at St. Agnes's Church. Plymouth. Miss Harris left Lyttelton last January for England, and the wedding took place soon after she reached her destination. SUN, VOLUME IV, ISSUE 1039, 11 JUNE 1917. Robert Milne PORTER/Myrtle Dorothy HARRIS.

PUDNEY - WHITAKER - A mid-February wedding of New Zealand interest took place at Swindon Church, near Cheltenham. The bridegroom was Walter Godfrey Pudney, Lieutenat, R.F.C., son of Mr and Mrs G. Pudney, of Wellington. The bride was Miss Aileen Whitaker, daughter of Mr and Mrs T. E. Whitaker, of Swindon Hall, and is well-known in Cheltenham musical circles. In honour of the occasion the bell-ringers were entertained at the Hall, as also were the staff of Cheltine works. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16188, 17 APRIL 1918

QUINNELL - TURNER - Sergeant Alfred Wilmot Roland Quinnell, N.Z.E.F., eldest son of Major Wilmot C. Quinnell, A.V.C. Wellington was married on February 23rd, at St. James's Church, Hyde Park, to Eleanor Dorothy Calder Turner, younger daughter of the late Mr Francis Calder Turner, and Mrs Calder Turner, 1 Bathurst street, Hyde Park. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Percy Scott. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16188, 17 APRIL 1918

RAMSAY - GREENWOOD - At Marylebone Parish Church, on December 18, Captain Robert Andrew RAMSAY, Divisional Staff, 1st Australian Division, elder son of the late Hon. Robert Ramsay, of Melbourne, was married to Miss Mabel Alice GREENWOOD, only daughter of Mr and Mrs G. D. Greenwood, of Teviotdale, Canterbury, New Zealand. Otago Daily Times Issue 16624, 22 February 1916, Page 7. Another recent soldier's wedding was that of Captain Robert Andrew Ramsay, Divisional Staff, 1st Australian Division, elder son of the late Hon. Robert Ramsay, of Melbourne, to Miss Mabel Alice Greenwood, only daughter of Mr and Mrs G. D. Greenwood, of Amberley, Canterbury, New Zealand. The ceremony was a quiet one, and took place at St. Marylebone Parish Church, on December 18th. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9276, 17 FEBRUARY 1916

RAWLINS - BAKER - A marriage of New Zealand interest shortly to take place is that between Arthur Charles Champion Rawlins, Lieutenant R.F.C, third son of Mr and Mrs Charles Rawlins, of Dunedin, and Sydenham Hill, S.E., and Phyllis Yvone Marion Baker, of 6 Marine square, Brighton. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16011, 20 SEPTEMBER 1917

REDSTONE - COX - News came to hand by the last mail from Home of the marriage of Driver H. E. Redstone, N.Z.F.A., Youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Redstone, Hataitai, and Miss Constance Nellie Cox, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cox of Caltford, London. The wedding took place on March 13 at St. George's Church, Perry Hill, London, Ihe Rev. J. H. Wesley Kane officiating. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Dorothy Cox, and the best man was Corporal T. C. Ward, N.Z.E.F. (Wellington). After the ceremony a reception was held at the residence of the bride's parents at St. Albans. Later in the day the bride and bridegroom left for Bournemouth, the latter having seven days leave from Aldershot. Driver H. E. Redstone left New Zealand with the Thirteenth Reinforcements in May, 1916, and has seen active service on the Somme, at Messines, and Passchendaele. Since his discharge from Brockenhurst in December last he has been training in a specialists corps at Aldershot. DOMINION, VOLUME 11, ISSUE 202, 15 MAY 1918. At St. George's Church, Perry Hill, London, the marriage took place on March 13th, of Harry Edwin Redstone, N.Z.F.A., younger son of Mr and Mrs W. E. Redstone of Hataitai, Wellington, to Constance Nellie, second daughter of Mr and Mrs J. F. Cox, St. Aubyn's, Woolstone road, Catford. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. Herbert Wesley Kane, M.A. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16212, 15 MAY 1918.

REID - FERGUS - The marriage took place on 2nd January, at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Wimbledon, of Donald McGregor Reid, N.Z.F.A., and Miss Elizabeth Barr Fergus. The bridegroom belongs to Milton, and is the second son of Mr and Mrs. Donald Reid. The bride is the youngest daughter of the late Hon. Thomas Fergus and Mrs. Fergus, of Royal-terrace, Dunedin. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCIII, ISSUE 50, 27 FEBRUARY 1917

REID — POLLOCK - On January 9th, 1915, at London, Madge, daughter of Mrs. Robert POLLOCK, Kelburn [Wellington], to David Brunskill REID, of London. (By cable.) Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2356, 12 January 1915, Page 1

RHODES - HUTTON - At Christ Church, Down street, on December 9th, Miss Rose Mairehau Rhodes, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur E. G. Rhodes, of Te Koraha, Christchurch (N.Z.), was married to Captain G. P. Hutton, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. The choral service was conducted by the bridegroom's uncle and the vicar of Christ Church, and the bride, who was given away by her father, wore a simple robe of ivory chiffon velvet, with a train of beautiful old lace. Master Peter Brook, who was dressed in a Kate Greenaway suit of pale blue cloth with high buttoned trousers and soft white neck frills, carried her train. Only relatives and a few intimate friends were present. Captain and Mrs Hutton have left for their home in Nottingham. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9261, 31 JANUARY 1916

RICE - LILLINGTON - A marriage took place at Walton-on-Thames on July 22 of Corporal Eric J. G. Rice, second son of Mr and Mrs H. Rice, of Wanganui, to Dorothy (Nurse) Lillington, only daughter of Mr and Mrs F. J. S. Lillington, of Ferriby (Hull). Colonel J. H. Luxford, the popular Chaplin of the Forces united the happy couple. STAR, ISSUE 12473, 12 NOVEMBER 1918

RICHARDS - RAYMOND - The engagement is announced between Captain Richard Watkin Richards, M.C., Royal Welsh Fusiliers, youngest son of Mr and Mrs R. S. Richards, of Glascoed, Llangollen, North Wales, and Elaine, second daughter of Mr and Mrs I. W. Raymond, of 64 St. George's square, London, and Invercargill. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16212, 15 MAY 1918. A military wedding mentioned by the London correspondent of The Post is that of Brevet-Major R. W. Richards, M.C., Royal Welsh Fusiliers, and Elaine, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. W Raymond, of Ashley Gardens, late of Invercargill. Ever since the first week of the war the bride has been acting as secretary to Colonel Bruce-Porter, Medical Officer of the No. 3 London General Hospital, Wandsworth, and to these duties she will return so long as her husband is in France. In appreciation of her services, a guard of honour was formed by the hospital sisters and orderlies, and at the conclusion of the ceremony they scattered rose petals, in her path. Miss Audrey Raymond was the bridesmaid, and Major Withers, of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, was the best man. Sir Joseph WaTd was among those present at the wedding. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCVI, ISSUE 82, 3 OCTOBER 1918 [Also see OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 3369, 9 OCTOBER 1918 for guests etc]

An English wedding of much interest ws that of Elaine, second daughter pt Mr and Mrs I. W. Raymond, of Ashlev Gardens, lato of Invercargill, to Bfevet-Maior R. W. Richards, M.C.. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Ever since the first week of the war ¦ the bride has been acting as secretary to Colonel Bruce-Porter, Medical Officer of the No. 3 London General Hospital, TVandsworth, and to these duties she will return so long as her husband is _ in France. In appreciation of her services, a guard of honour was formed by tno hospital sisters and orderlies, and at the conclusion of the ceremony they scattered rose petals in her path, Miss Audrey Raymond was the bridesmaid, and Major Withers, of the- Royal- Welsh Fusiliers, was the best man. Sir Joseph Ward was among those present at the wedding. At the Parish Church. Broohenhurst, on July 301 b, Lance-Corporal Frederic Milward Martin, LL.B.. N.Z.E., only son of Mr and Mrs T. P. Martin, of Wellington, was married to Mabel I* Crowther, eldest daughter of Mr J, S. Crowther, J.P., and Mrs Crowther, of 89, Betbune road. Stamford Hill, London. The ceremony was performed by the Ven. Archdeacon F. A. Jacob, C.F., N.Z.E.F. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10092, 4 OCTOBER 1918

RICHARDSON - WARE - On January 11th, the marriage took place at St. Thomas's Church, Portman square, London, of Lieutenant Frank Richardson, N.Z.E.F., to Miss Dorothy Ware, younger daughter of Mr Wiiliam Ware, C.E., Remucra. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. G. Hills. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16162, 16 MARCH 1918

RICHMOND - BLAKE - The engagement has been announced in England of Captain J. Richmond, N.Z.E.F., of Wellington, to Miss Betty Blake, of England. Miss Blake will be well remembered in Wellington, having spent some time here a few years ago on a visit to her aunt, Miss Mary Richmond, of Hobson street, who is now in England. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLII, ISSUE 9678, 5 JUNE 1917. Captain James Macdonald RICHMOND died 27 October 1918 Le Cateau, France.

ROACH - MONTEITH - A recent marriage of New Zealand interest took place at the Parish Church, Driffield, when 2nd-Lieutenant Gordon Hamilton Roach, M.M., Wellington Regiment was married to Edith Mary Monteith. The bridegroon is the son of Mr G F Roach, of Hastings and the bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J H Monteith, also of Hastings. Lieut-COlonel G T Hall, NZ.A.S.C., A.Q.M.G., N.Z.E.F., gave his niece away. She wore a dress of ivory georgette and ninon taffeta. Corporal Eric Roach, N.Z.R.B., was best man and those present at the church included ... PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16016, 26 SEPTEMBER 1917

ROBERTSON - CALDERBANK - On August 16, 1917 at London. Lieutenant Gordon Peter Robertson. R.F.C. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Robertson, Avondale. to Irene Angle Calderbank, only child of Mrs. and the late Rev. Calderbank, Whitmore Lodge, Wolverhampton.New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16681, 27 October 1917, Page 1

ROBERTSON — ROBERTSON — On December 24, 1919 at St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. Alex. A. Murray, James Arthur Robertson, of Upper Norwood, London, to Lilian Beatrice, widow of Major Charles Robertson, 19th Bengal Lancers. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17353, 29 December 1919, Page 1

ROBERTSON - SHIRTCLIFFE - At Marsh-Gibbon, near Oxford, England, Miss Dora Maude SHIRTCIFFE, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Shirtcliffe, of Tinakori Road, Wellington, was recently married to Captain Herbert Donald ROBERTSON (N.Z.M.C.), youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Robertson, also of this city. The Rev. Canon Massey, great uncle of the bride, officiated, assisted by the Rev. John Massey, her cousin. Dominion, Volume 9, Issue 2673, 20 January 1916

ROBINS - MORSHEAD - 2nd Lieutenant G.E. Robins, Railway Engineers (late C.Q.M.S, N.Z. Pioneer Battalion) was married at St Stephen's, Paddington, on February 12th to Isabella Mary, daughter of the late Mr E Treise Morshead, of New Plymouth. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16188, 17 APRIL 1918. George Edmund ROBINS/Isabella Mary MORSHEAD

ROBINSON — ROGERS — On April 9 1918, at All Saints' Church, Upper Clatford, Hants, England, by the Rev. W. P. Bentham, George James, second son of John Robinson, Queenstown, Lake Wakatipu, to Alice Maude, second daughter of Gilbert Rogers, Bournemouth, England. OTAGO DAILY TIMES, ISSUE 17355, 1 JULY 1918

ROBINSON — VAMELLE — On May 23. 1917, at Nieppe, France. Fernande Louise Vamelle only daughter of Madame and the late Emlle Vamelle, of Nieppe, France, to Gunner J. H. Robinson, N.Z.F.A.,[2/341] third son of Mrs. and the late Mr. O. Robinson, of Matata. Present address: 1567, Great North Road. Avondale, S.W.3. SILVER WEDDING Auckland Star, Volume LXXIII, Issue 120, 23 May 1942, Page 1

ROGERS - SHEPPARD [BYARD-SHEPPARD] - The engagement is announced of Major V. Rogers D.S.O., N.Z F A only son of the Rev. J. H. Rogers vicar of Timaru, and Beatrice Enid Byard, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs Byard Sheppard, The Orchard, Taunton. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16011, 20 SEPTEMBER 1917. Beatrice Enid Byard SHEPPARD. [Major Victor ROGERS, Service Number 2/122 Died 08/02/1918 Aged 29 5th Bty. New Zealand Field Artillery D S O Son of John Henry and Maria Jane Rogers.]

ROPNER - SNOW - At Holy Trinity Church, Sloane street, Captain Robert Ropner, Durham Light Infantry, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Robert Ropner, of Stockton-on-Tees, was married to Lillian Rochfort, second daughter of Colonel Rochfort Snow, of Christchurch. The wedding took place on April 10th. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16238, 14 JUNE 1918. The marriage took place on April 10 at Holy Trinity Church, Sloane street, London, of Captain Robert Ropner, Durham Light Infantry, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Robert Ropner of Stockton-on-Tees and Miss Lilian Rochfort Snow, second daughter of Colonel Snow, Fendalton, Christchurch. LYTTELTON TIMES, VOLUME CXVII, ISSUE 17817, 15 JUNE 1918. [Emil H O R ROPNER/Lillian R SNOW Jun 1/4 1918 Chelsea, London]

ROSS - BUCHANAN - The engagement is announced of Mr Noel Ross, only son of Mr Malcolm Ross, official correspondent with the N.Z. Expeditionary Forces, and Eileen, eldest daughter of the late Mr A. C. Buchanan, of Sydney. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16043, 27 OCTOBER 1917

RUSHTON - MURRAY - The marriage took place on March 28, at St. Stephen's, Shottermill, Surrey, of Rflmn. Frank Rushton, 3/N.Z.R.B, son of Charles and Helen Rushton, of Petone, and Ethel Anita, daughter of John and Margaret Murray, of Rock Ferry, Cheshire. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLIX, ISSUE 142, 15 JUNE 1918

SALT - ELLIS - On May 21, 1916, at the New Zealand General Hospital, Pont-de-Koubbeh, Cairo, Egypt, by Chaplain-Major McKenzie Gibson, assisted by Chaplain Captain McDonald, Alexander E. W. SALT, 2nd Lieutenant, Imperial Army (unattached), eldest son of the late Rev. Edward Salt, of Stanton Rectory, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, to Mildred Jane ELLIS, N.Z. Army Nursing Service, third daughter of the late Nicholas Ellis, of Fendalton, and of Mrs Ellis, of 22 Knowles Street, St. Albans, Christchurch. Sun, Volume III, Issue 750, 6 July 1916.

SANSON - GROGAN - Mr Arthur Sanson, of Manawatu, New Zealand, was married recently to Miss Edith Grogan, of Barnes, England. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIV, ISSUE 10187, 25 JANUARY 1919 [Arthur J SAMSOM [sic]/Edith A GROGAN Dec 1/4 1918 Richmond, Surrey]

SCANLEN - LANGMAID - On September 29, 1917, at Manor Park, London, Basil Augustine Scanlen (Gallipoli, Anzac), second son of Winslow and Ruth Scanlen of Mount Eden to Sister Ada Langmaid, Q.A.N.S.M.C, B.E.F on active service. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16709, 29 November 1917, Page 1

SCHOFIELD - PAINTIN - Private Reginald B. Schofield, N.Z.E.F., of Napier, was married at Somerset Road Wesleyan Church, Handsworth, to Ada Mary, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paintin, of The Lodge, Handsworth College, Birmingham. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16279, 1 AUGUST 1918

SCLATER - KERR - The marriage took place at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Streatham, S.W., on Saturday last, of Miss Elizabeth Chrystall Kerr, only daughter of the late Mr James Kerr (Dunedin) and and Corporal David Cormack Sclater, N.Z.A.P.S. of Karori. Miss Margaret Thomson was bridesmaid, and the bride was given away by Captain S.A. Moore, N.Z.M.C. of the New Zealand Convalescent Hospital, Hornchurch. The best man was Sergeant George Mackay (Wellington), of the Canterbury Regiment. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16188, 17 APRIL 1918

SHARP - WENLEY - Lieutenant H. S. Sharp, Yeomaary, second son of the late Mr John Sharp and Mrs Sharp, of Balmuir, near Dundee, is engaged to Alison Rua, elder daugnter of Mr and Mrs G. S. V. Wenley, of Napier. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16333, 3 OCTOBER 1918

SHAWE - GRIGG - The marriage of Captain Shawe (late Rifle Brigade, and now of the N.Z. Expeditionary Force) to Miss Christabel Grigg, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Grigg, of Longbeach (New Zealand) was celebrated at St Peter's, Eaton Square, London, on January 22. The bride wore a very lovely gown of Spanish lace and chiffon, with a small white satin train. A coronet of orange blossoms was worn beneath a long tulle veil, and she carried a shower bouquet of white carnations and lilies of the valley. The bridegroom has lately returned from Gallipoli. There were among the guests Mrs Cunliffe-Shaw (mother of the bridegroom) in black velvet and sable furs; Colonel and Mrs Pine-Wolferstan; Major General Sir Herbert Bxmbury, K.C.B., and Lady Bunbury; Mrs Dampier-Crossley; Mr and Mrs Arthur E. G. Rhodes (Christchurch, New Zealand); Captain Tahu Rhodes; Lieutenant-Colonel and Mrs H. W. Ryan; Sir Martin and Lady Lloyd and Miss Lloyd; General Sir Neville and Lady Lyttelton. There was no reception.STAR, ISSUE 11661, 30 MARCH 1916

SHEARER -HILL - The engagement is announced of Second-Lieutenant Alfred Shearer (Croix de Guerre with palms), N.Z.R.B., youngest son of Mr William Shearer, Karori, Wellington, and Dorothy Mary, youngest daughter of Mr G. A. Hill, of Drayton Farm, Cosham, Hampshire. Star Issue 12494 5 December 1918. Among New Zealand weddings recently celebrated in England was that of Alfred youngest son of Mr Shearer, of Karori, to Mary, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hill,which took place at Cosham, Hampstead on November 25th 1917. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIV, ISSUE 10187, 25 JANUARY 1919 [Alfred SHEARER/Dorothy M HILL Dec 1/4 1918 Havant, Hampshire]

SIMMS - JENNINGS - On August 14, 1918 at St Mary's Church, Stafford, England, Rifleman S B Simms (23/2280 NZRB)the eldest son of Stephen and Sarah Simms, 73 West Street, Newton, Auckland (late of Thames), to Mary, the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs E Jennings, No 2 Broad Street, Stafford, England. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 17068, 25 January 1919, Page 1. [Samuel SIMMS/Mary JENNINGS Sep 1/4 Stafford, Staffordshire]

SMALE - FRANCIS - Lieutenant Owen George SMALE married 04 October 1916, Parish Church, Tring, Hertfordshire, England to Gertrude Constance FRANCIS, daughter of Robert Ffoulkes and Marie Stuart FRANCIS (both dcd) of Dunedin, later Christchurch NZMHS The Volunteers Vol 44 No 1 July 1918

SMITH - BURRELL -The marriage took place on August 4, at Hornchurch Parish Church, when Chaplain-Major Mackenzie-Gibson officiated, of Private F. J. C Smith, fifth son of Mr P. Smith, 17, Warrington Street, St Albans, Christchurch, and Miss Gertrude Jane Burrell, of 2S Park Lane, Romford, Essex. Rifleman C. Scott acted as best man. LYTTELTON TIMES, VOLUME CXVII, ISSUE 17646, 26 NOVEMBER 1917. Frederick John Charles SMITH/Gertrude Jane BURRELL

SPENCER - MCINNES - On August 25, [1915] at St John's Church, Chelsea by the Rev. Carey Ward, Captain J Heatley [John Heatley] Spencer, R.A.M.C, youngest son of the late Dr William I and Mrs Spencer of Napier (New Zealand) was married to Miss Margaret McInnes, youngest daughter of the late Mr Archibald and Mrs McInnes of Holcombe, Lancashire, states the "British Australasian." Dominion Woman's World 10 October 1915.

SPENCER - SAWYER - On July 3, at St Mary's Fulham, London by the Rev. C B Foy, vicar, Charles Martyn, eldest son of Rev. F H Spencer to Justine, daughter of Colonel H A Sawyer. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16966, 27 September 1918, Page 1

SPIERS - BURNES - The marriage was celebrated on October 12th, at St. Augustine’s, South Kensington, London, of Lieutenant John Spiers, Yeomanry, to Miss Margaret Hatton Burnes, Lowry Bay, Wellington (N.Z.). NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9524, 5 DECEMBER 1916

SPOONER - TONKING - Mr Howard Spooner, E.A., R.N., of Martinborough, was married at St. Mary's, Buttsbury, Essex, the other day, to Margaret W. B., younger daughter of the late Richard H. Tonking, of Greenwich, and Mrs Tonking, of Leland. Cornwall. PRESS, ISSUE 16390, 9 DECEMBER 1918

STANDRING - MANSERGH - A wedding of interest to New Zealanders was celebrated very quietly in Manchester on December 24th, when Sergeant H. Eric Standring, N.Z.E.F., third son of the Rev. James Standring, Central Otago (N.Z.), was married to Miss Doris Mansergh, younger daughter of Mr Thomas Mansergh, Sunny Lea, Higher Broughton, Manchester. Sergeant Standring was wounded at Gallipoli. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9283, 25 FEBRUARY 1916

STEELE - HUTCHESON - On November 1, 1917 at St Mary Abbott's Church, Kensington, London by the Rev. John Steele, uncle of the bridegroom, Lieutenant Montagu Steele, youngest son of Mr and Mrs T J Steele, of Auckland to Grace Hutcheson, daughter of Colonel and the late Mrs Hutcheson, of Burma, India. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16727, 20 December 1917, Page 1

STEWART - DICKER - Captain William Malcolm Stewart, Devon Regiment, attached to Machine Gun Corps, who died of wounds on October 27 last, was the only son of Dr R. W. Stewart, of Adelaide, where he was educated at St. Petre's College and was married in September, 1915, at Plymouth to Kathleen Mary, only daughter of Mrs Alan Dicker, of Dunedin. He took part in the first Somme advance, and was mortally wounded at Les Boeufs. The gallant officer saw 16 months service in the South African war, and held the King's Medal, with four clasps. Otago Witness 2 May 1917

STEWART - ENGLAND - At All Souls' Church, Langham Place, the wedding took place on June 4th, of Captain Frederick William Stewart, N.Z. Infantry, Christchurch, to Lilian Florence, youngest daughter of the late Mr Frank H. England, of London, and Foochow, China. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16279, 1 AUGUST 1918

STEWART - JOHNSTON - Lieutenant-Colonel Hugh Stewart, D.S.O., M.C., was married on February 21st, at St. Anne's, Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire, to Alexandrina Kathleen, only daughter of Mr and Mrs William Johnston, 26 Abercromby square, Liverpool. The officiating clergy were the Rev. Trevor Benson, chaplain, assisted by the Rev. Alan Williams, vicar of St. Mary's, Warwick. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16188, 17 APRIL 1918

STEVENS - BARKER - On December 2, 1916 at St John's Chelsea, London by the Rev. Canon Parsons, Chaplain to the Forces, William George Stevens, Captain R.N.Z.A, only son of Captain W Stevens, South Road, Henderson (late of U.S.S. Company) to Gladys Caroline Dora, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs Norman Barker, Tariki, Mount Eden Road, Auckland (formerly of Leeston, Canterbury). New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16455, 3 February 1917, Page 1

STIDOLPH -RICHARDSON -At Leeds, on 23rd October, the wedding took place of Mr Sydney T Stidolph (Wellington), to Miss Nellie Richardson, of 18 Spencer Place, Leeds. Mr Stidolph was a member of the British Section of the NZEF and was on Gallipoli from April to October 1915, when he was invalided to Malta with enteric. Returning to New Zealand, at the beginning of 1916, Mr Stidolph was discharged medically unfit. He came to England and tried for the RFC but was still not sufficiently fit, but he was appointed examiner in the aeronautical inspection department. This position he held until October last, when he was accepted for the RFC, and his now taking his cadet course at Halton Park. Evening Post, Volume XCV, Issue 14, 16 January 1918, Page 9

STITT -HARRIS -The engagement is announced between Lieutenant-Colonel Alan D Stitt, D.S.O, M.C, elder son of the late Matthew Stitt, of Braemar, Ashburton, New Zealand and Mary Kathleen, elder daughter of Dr and Mrs Harris, of Avishays, Shattesbury, Dorset. Otago Daily Times 24 December 1919) Dorset, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1813-1921 Alan Duncan Stitt married Mary Harris on the 31 August 1920 at Holy Trinity, Shaftesbury, Dorset, England

STOCKER - STALEY - On July 31st, at St Andrew's Church, Chelsea, Lieutenant Valentine Waymouth Stocker, M.C., N.Z.F.A., was married to Dorothy Catherine Staley, only daughter of Mr A E Staley of Combe Hill House, Somerset. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. L S Staley, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. R H Keable, vicar of the parish. Lieutenant Stocker is the son of Archdeacon Stocker, Christchurch. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16016, 26 SEPTEMBER 1917

Recent mails have brought nows of the marriage of Miss Charlotte Amy Dorothy Bartrum, Fair-lie, South Canterbury, to Mr Theodore Stocker, Anglican Mission, T’aiau-Fu, Shantung, eldest son of Colonel Stocker, Merton Park, Wimbledon, England. The marriage took place on July Bth at the Cathedral, T’aiau-Fu, and was performed by the Rev. W. Grant Mawson. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLII, ISSUE 9781, 3 OCTOBER 1917

STRATFORD - ARTHUR - Mr Harry Stratford (Hawke's Bav) was married at the Barclay Church, Edinburgh, on September 11th, to Maud Mary Francis, elder daughter of the late Mr James Arthur, M A.. 66 Grange Loan, and of Mrs Arthur, 35 Spottiswoode street. The Rev. R. Sangster Anderson officiated. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16359, 2 NOVEMBER 1918

SWINBURNE - PUGH - The engagement is announced of Miss Hazel Pugh, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Pugh, Christchurch and Mr Robert Swinburne, third son of the late Sir Ian Swinburne, Baronet, of Capheaton, Northumberland. Mr Swinburne is at present on active service in France, serving with the New Zealand Machine Gun Corps. PRESS, ISSUE 12168, 17 NOVEMBER 1917. Margaret Hazel PUGH

TAYLOR - OWEN - On July 25th, at St. George's Church, Witt Fellowes Taylor, Sub-Lieutenant R.N.V.R., only son of Mr and Mrs Taylor of Petone, was married to Jennie Ada Owen, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Owen, 8 Sutton street, London. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16011, 20 SEPTEMBER 1917

TENNENT - MILLAR - On May 22, 1918, at Village Church, Brockenhurst, England, 2nd Lieutenant Hobart C. Tennent, eldest son of W. J. Tennent, Masterton, to Ruby F. B. Millar, daughter of William Millar, Stewart Island. SOUTHLAND TIMES, ISSUE 17795, 28 MAY 1918

NEW ZEALAND ARMY NURSING SERVICE. The undermentioned, resigned on account of marriage are struck off the strengh of the New Zealand expeditionary Force: - 22/114 Sister H G O Edgerley, dated May 1 10, 1918, 22/390 Masseuse R Millar, dated May 21, 1918. DOMINION, VOLUME 11, ISSUE 293, 30 AUGUST 1918 [Hobart Cother TENNENT/Ruby Florence Beryl MILLAR June 1/4 1918 Lymington, Hampshire]

TENNENT - SKARRATT - The marriage took place on June 25, at Holy Trinity, Brompton. S.W of Captain Tennent. R.A.M.C. son of the late Rev. E. C. Tennent, New Zealand, and Miss Daisy Skarratt, daughter of the late Mr. C. C. Skarratt. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLII, ISSUE 9724, 28 JULY 1917

TEWSLEY - LINDSAY - On January 20, 1917 at St George's Bloomsbury, London, Lieutenant-Colonel Cyril H Tewsley, NZMC to Marjorie Douglas, second daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Lindsay NZMC, and Mrs Lindsay of Edzell, O'Rorke Street, Auckland (By cable) New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16455, 3 February 1917, Page 1

THIRKELL - CARR - The engagement is announced of Captain Thirkeil, A.1.F., to Miss Stella Carr, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Carr, formerly of Napier. Mr Carr is at present resident engineer for the Admiralty National Dockyard at Chepstow. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9873, 19 JANUARY 1918 A wedding of New Zealand interest took place at St. Jude's Church, Southsea, on September 10th. The bridegroom was Staff-Captain Winston Thirkell, Headquarters Ist Infantry Training Brigade (late 12th Battalion, A.I.F.), formerly of Hobart, Tasmania. The bride was Miss Stella Carr, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs J. T. Carr, formerly of Napier, who have been resident in this country for some years. The ceremony was a choral one, and was performed by Bishop Ingham. The bride, who was given away by her father, had a becoming dress of ivory white satin, draped with a beautiful piece of Old Spanish lace. She wore a necklace of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom, and carried a bouquet of white carnations and white heather. Miss Nina Hill, cousin of the bride, was the bridesmaid. She wore pale blue crepe de chine, with a black hat, and carried a bouquet of pale pink carnations. Mr Walker was the best man. The bridal procession was met at the church door by the Bishop and choristers, singing the hymn, "Lead Us, Heavenly Father." After the blessing the hymn, "O Perfect Love," was sung kneeling, and the singing of the National Anthem brought the ceremony to a close. Mrs Carr later held a reception at her residence, 22 Craneswater avenue, when among the New Zealand and Australian friends present were: - Mrs Westall and Mrs East (Hawke's Bay), Mrs Norman Ellis, the Misses Tanner (Christchurch), Lieutenant Cedric Carr, King's Royal Rifles, Mr George Sutton (Hawke's Bay), Colonel Rafferty, D.S.O., and Colonel Walstab, D.S.O., both of the No. 1 Training Brigade Headquarters. Captain and Mrs Thirkell, are spending their honeymoon at Salcombe, South Devon. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16359, 2 NOVEMBER 1918

THOMAS - MARCHANT - June 29, 1918 at Presbyterian Church, Suva, Fiji, by the Rev. Moulton, Fred., wireless officer,- fifth son of Sarah and the late Edward Thomas, Auckland, to Stella Catherine, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. G. Marchant, Matopiu, Northern Wairoa. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16931, 17 August 1918, Page 1

THOMSON - HUME - On April 20th, at Holy Trinity Church, Richmond, Hedley Jeffreys, son of the late Mr Campbell Thomson, of Gisborne and Auckland, was married to Ethel Douglas, daughter of the late Mr W. W. Hume, Ceylon Civil Service. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16238, 14 JUNE 1918

THORNTON - CHAMBERLAIN - Mr Onslow Thornton, of Hawkes Bay was married in England to Miss Sarah Chamberlain, of Sutton, Surrey, formerly of Hawkes Bay. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9896, 15 FEBRUARY 1918. Onslow Garth THORNTON/Sarah Lily CHAMBERLAIN Marriage Date: 18 Dec 1917 Marriage Place: Sutton, St Nicholas, Surrey, England

THORPE - BEVINGTON - At St. Simon's Church, Southsea, on August 2nd, Arthur Thorpe, N.Z.L.I., was married to Evelyn Mona Bevington, third daughter of the late Mr Timothy Bevington and Mrs Bevington of 7 Lennox Mansions, Southsea. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W R Musselwhite. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16016, 26 SEPTEMBER 1917

TOBIN - WALSH - The marriage took place on January 23, at St. Peter's Parish Church, Birkdale, by the Rev. E.C. Collier, M.A., vicar, of the Rev. Charles Edward O'Hara Tobin, C.F., N.Z.E.F., eldest son of the late late William Henry John Tobin of "Nevis", Tauranga, New Zealand and Mary E. (Sissie), eldest daughter of the late James Gordon Walsh, M.D. of Ormskirk, Lancashire, and grand-daughter of the late William Carter, of Willow Hill, Manchester. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLIX, ISSUE 71, 23 MARCH 1918

TOSSWILL - CHILMAN - On Christmas Day, at Fulham Parish Church, Leonard William TOSSWILL, second lieutenant 9th Battalion Warwickshire Regiment, only son of Mrs Tosswill, of Christchurch, was married to Miss Doris Mary CHILMAN, only daughter of Mr C. W. Chilman, of Wellington. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. Davis. An old boy of Waitaki High School, Mr Tosswill came from New Zealand as sergeant in the Fourth Reinforcements, and was wounded at Gallipoli in the August fighting. He was promoted from corporal to a commission in the Imperial army, and was gazetted to the Warwickshire Regiment last October. Otago Daily Times, Issue 16624, 22 February 1916, Page 7

TREVITHICK - HENDERSON - On January 31, 1919 at St Columba, Pont Street, London, Sergeant Cecil Trevithick, second son of Mrs and the late J G Trevithick, of Owen's Road, Mount Eden, to Anne, second daughter of Mr and Mrs William Henderson of Bellknowes, Dunedin. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17122, 29 March 1919, Page 1

TRICKER - SHIACH-CLAYTON - At the United Free Church, Goran, Glasgow, on December 6th, the wedding took place of 24/1322 Rifleman Leslie C. Tricker, 2-N.Z.R.B., to Isabella Shiach-Clayton, eldest daughter of Mr David SHIACH, of Dunoon. Press, Volume LV, Issue 16447, 14 February 1919, Page 2

The wedding took place at Dollon, France, on 9th December last, of Corporal Basil C. H. Trim, eldest son of Mr. J. W. Trim., of The Terrace, Wellington, and MMe. Sylvee Marie Descamps, fourth daughter of M. Descamps, late of Hazelbrouck, France. Corporal Trim left New Zealand with the Main Body, attached to the Medical Corps, was at the landing on Gallipoli, after the evacuation was sent to France, and has been, there ever Corporal and Mrs. Trim expect to return to New Zealand about Easter.': EVENING POST, VOLUME XCVII, ISSUE 16, 18 JANUARY 1919

TRIPE - DAMPIER-ATKINSON [ATKINSON] - The engagement has been announced of Miss Ethel Dampier-Atkinson, only daughter of Mr R. Dampier-Atkinson of Corea, Marlborough to Mr A. M. Tripe, second son of Mr J Tripe, of Koromiko, Marlborough. The marriage will take place in England this month. STAR, ISSUE 12168, 17 NOVEMBER 1917. London, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1932 (ancestry) Name: Alexander Montgomery Tripe (NZ Hospital) Spouse: Mary Ethel Fiddis Dampier Atkinson (Ambulance Driver NZMT) Marriage Date: 14 Nov 1917 Marriage Place: St Luke, Westbourne Park, Westminster, England.

At St Luke’s Church, AVestbourne Park London, Alexander Montgomerie Tripe’, Anzac Provost Corps, ivas married on November 14th to Mary Ekhel Feddis Dampier Atkinson. The bridegroom comes from Koromiko, Marlborough, and the bride is the only daughter ot Mr and Mrs R. Dampier Atkinson, of Corea, Marlborough. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9873, 19 JANUARY 1918

TROWELL - WOODHEAD - At All Souls' Church, Loudoun road, London, Arnold T. W. Trowell, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Trowoll, of 54 Springfield road, St. John's Wood, was married to Eileen, only daughter of Mr Lawrence Woodhead, M.L.A., and Mrs Woodhead, of Capetown. Tho ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. J. Terry. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16359, 2 NOVEMBER 1918

TUPPER - PAXTON - The marriage took place on June 12 at St. James' Church, Muswell Hill, by the Rev. A. Mercer, M.A., of Captain Kenneth Edwin Tupper, N.Z.M.C., only son of the late E. A. Tupper, of Dunedin, and Mrs. Tupper, Kew, Melbourne, to Ethel Napier Paxton, youngest daughter of James Horsburgh, of Queen's Avenue, Muswell Hill, and late of Dunedin, N.Z. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLII, ISSUE 9724, 28 JULY 1917

TURNBULL - BAYLY - On April 3, 1919 at Christ Church, Woburn Square, London, Lieutenant-Colonel Frank Kingdon Turnbull. D.S.O., M.C.. Main Body, youngest son of the late Mr. Andrew Turnbull and Mrs. Turnbull, Wanganui, to Winifred Sydney, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bayly, of Okoroire, New Zealand. (By cable). New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17139, 19 April 1919, Page 1

UNDERWOOD - LA VIE [LAVIE] - At Trinity Church, Sliama, Malta, the wedding took place on July 6th of Frank Louis Underwood, Captain R.A.M.C., to Mary Sophie, only daughter of Mrs Sercombe, Geraldine, New Zealand, and the late C. E. La Vie, of Moragalla, Ceylon. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. E. Tobin, Chaplain N.Z.E.F. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9454, 14 SEPTEMBER 1916

VANE - MAIR - On June 5, 1917 at St Marylebone Church, London, Captain the Hon. Ralph Frederick Vane, 68th Durham Light Infantry, son of Lord Barnard of Barnard's Castle, to Miss Kathleen Airini Mair, daughter of Captain Gilbert Mair, NZC and the late Mrs Mair of Auckland, New Zealand. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16602, 27 July 1917, Page 1 [For description etc see NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLII, ISSUE 9724, 28 JULY 1917]

Captain Joseph Kendrick Venables, N.Z.M.C., was married in Edinburgh this month to Miss AI. Gorrie. After the war Captain Venables, who belongs to Christchurch, intends to do medical mission work under tho New Zealand Presbyterian. Church NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 9873, 19 JANUARY 1918

WAAKA - GREEN [nee WOODWARD] - William Henry Waaka, Soldier, 4558, Australian Imperial Force, age 28, bachelor, son of Hemi Waaka (dcd) married Sarah Jane Green, widow, aged 27 of 1 Suffolk Street, daughter of Charles Woodward, stevedore married at St Saviour’s Church, Poplar, London on the 01 March 1919. Military file for William Henry Waaka, National Archives of Australia.

WALDON - SELBY - R.S.M. Harold Levitt Waldon was married in London on April 27th at Christ Church, Woburn square, to Miss Elizabeth Selby of Winchester. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs H. Waldon, Greytown. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLIII, ISSUE 10019, 10 JULY 1918

WASON - RICHARDSON [nee EDWARDS] - Captain Cathcart Wason, C.M.G., R.N., second son of the Right Hon. Eugene Wason, M.P., of Blair, Dailly, Ayrshire, is shortly to be married to Mrs Richardson, widow of Walter Richardson, and daughter of the late J. C. Edwards, of Trevor Hall, Llangollen. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16333, 3 OCTOBER 1918. Captain Cathcart Wason, R.N., second son of Mr Eugene Wason, M.P., of Blair, Dailly, Ayrshire, was quietly married on September 26th to Mrs Richardson, widow of Mr Walter Richardson, and daughter of the late Mr J. C. Edwards, of Trevor Hall, Llangollen. The ceremony took place at All Saints, Knightsbridge, and was performed by the Rev. A. J. Jones, Vicar of Banbury and rural dean. The bride was accompanied by her daughter, Miss Richardson, and Mr Rigby, the bridegroom's elder brother, was best man. PRESS, ISSUE 16390, 9 DECEMBER 1918

WELLBORNE - COLLIER - Weddings Abroad - Recent weddings celebrated include: At St. Mary's, Wimbledon, on 8th May, Lieutenant H. G. Wellborne, M.C, H.T., 2nd Divisional Train, of Gisborne, son of the late Charles R. Wellborne, solicitor, Streatham, to Blanche Alice, daughter of Mr. A. H. Collier, of Canvey Island. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCVIII, ISSUE 24, 29 JULY 1919. [Harry H G WELLBORNE/Blanche A COLLIER Mar 1/4 1919 Kingston, Surrey]

WESTLEY - RICHARDSON - Of New Zealand Interest. Recent news from London states that the marriage took place in Christ Church, Victoria Street, S.W., of Miss Lilian Hinemoa Richardson, elder daughter of Brigadier-General G. S. Richardson, New Zealand Staff Corps, and Mrs. Richardson, formerly of Wellington, to Mr. W. Arthur Westley, resident partner at Monte Video of a firm of engineers and eldest son of the late Mr. William Westley and Mrs. Westley, of Northampton. The bride was given away by Mr. W. A. Shepherd, another partner of the firm, in the absence of her father, who is on duty with the 12th Corps in Salonika. The bride wore a travelling costume of wine-coloured cloth, and was attended by her sister, Miss Rona Richardson. The best man was Mr. Lloyd Hirst, R.N., Paymaster on H.M.S. Glasgow, where he has been stationed for the past three years going through all her adventures in the two fights with Admiral Von Spee's squadron, and the final destruction of the Dresden. The Rev. Dr. Aglionby, vicar of Christ Church, performed the ceremony, at which only a few personal friends, including representatives of both services, were present. Mr. and Mrs. Westley expected to leave for their home in Monte Video about the end of February. DOMINION, VOLUME 9, ISSUE 2732, 29 MARCH 1916.

WESTMACOTT - CAMPBELL - The engagement is announced of Captain H. H. S. Westmacott, of the Auckland Regiment, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Westmacott, of Timaru, and Jean Patricia, eldest daughter of the late Patrick Campbell of Ilam, Christchurch, and Mrs. Campbell, 101 Barkston Gardens, S.W.5. EVENING POST, VOLUME XCVI, ISSUE 82, 3 OCTOBER 1918 and STAR, ISSUE 12441, 5 OCTOBER 1918

WESTWOOD - LA MOTHE - The marriage took place on April 10, at Christ Church, Heaton, Bolton [Lancashire], by the father of the bride, of Enoch Nixon (Jim) Nixon Westwood, late of the New Zealand Engineers, youngest son of Mrs W. T. RIDD, of Wanganui, New Zealand, and Margaret Clare Elise, only daughter of the Rev. Frederic and Mrs La Mothe, of Heaton Vicarage, Bolton. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLVIII, ISSUE 155, 30 JUNE 1917

WHITCOMBE - CONNELLY - On June 1 the marriage of Private Geoffrey Leonard Whitcombe, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. P S Whitcombe, Fitzroy, New Plymouth to Miss Gertrude Connelly, was solemnised at South Kensington, London. TARANAKI HERALD, VOLUME LXVI, ISSUE 16200, 3 AUGUST 1918

WHITE - ROSE - The announcement comes from Egypt of the engagement of Major Harry White, D.S.O, N.Z.E.F., (Auckland) to Sister Dorothy Rose, eldest daughter of Mrs Rose, of Christchurch. DOMINION, VOLUME 9, ISSUE 2755, 26 APRIL 1916. WHYTE - ROSE - The marriage took place on April 4 of Major James Henry Whyte, D.S.0., of the N.Z. Expeditionary Force, to Staff Nurse Dorothy Ann Rose, eldest daughter of the late Henry Rose, of Dunedin, and Mrs. Rose, of Christchurch New Zealand. Auckland Star, Volume XLVII, Issue 151, 26 June 1916, Page 8

WHITE-COOPERR - TRACEY - The engagement is announced of Captain W. R. White-Cooper, R.A.M.C., of Cradock, South Africa, to Miss Rosamond Tracey, daughter of Colonel H. F. Tracey, C.F., of New Zealand. STAR, ISSUE 12243, 15 FEBRUARY 1918

WILFORD - WILSON - The engagement is announced of Captain G. M. Wilford, N.Z.R.B., only son of the Hon. T. M. Wilford, New Zealand Minister of Justice, and Mrs Wiiford, of Wellington, and Dorothy, eldest daughter of Herbert Wilson, K.C., and Mrs Wilson, of 12, Hatch street, Dublin, and Holmhurst, Greystones, Ireland. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16238, 14 JUNE 1918 and LYTTELTON TIMES, VOLUME CXVII, ISSUE 17817, 15 JUNE 1918

WILKINSON - BASSETT - On New Year's Day a wedding of New Zealand interest took place at St. John's Church, Malone, Belfast. The bridegroom was Richard Walter Wilkinson, second lieutenant, 14th Service Battalion, Manchester Regiment, son of Mr. John Wilkinson, Linden, Malone Park, Belfast. The bride was Miss Ivy Muriel Burrowes Bassett, youngest daughter of the late Mr Thomas Bassett, Hornby, Chriistchurch, and Mrs Bassett. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Canon Davis, M.A., assisted by the Rev. T. G. Wilkinson (cousin of the bridegroom). EVENING POST, VOLUME LXXXIX, ISSUE 45, 23 FEBRUARY 1915

WILLIAMS - FITZROY - Lieutenant Ronald W. Williams, R.F.A., eldest son of Mr F. W. Williams, of Napier, was married on September 4th at Marylebone Parish Church, to Louisa Gwendoline le Strange, younger daughter of the late C. A. FitzRoy, of Havelock North. Lieutenant Williams has been abroad for several years on active service, more recently in Salonica, where he was wounded early this year, and sent to Alexandria. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16359, 2 NOVEMBER 1918

WILLIAMS - ORMEROD - The engagement is announced of Captain W. H. Williams, Lancashire Fusiliers attached R.A.F., son of the late Mr John Williams and Mrs Williams, of "Preswylfa", Carnarvon, North Wales, and Miss Edith Ormerod, elder daughter of the late Mr and Mrs T. P. Ormerod, of Fern Bank, Castleton, Lancashire, formerly of 'Risingholme', Opawa, Christchurch, New Zealand. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16238, 14 JUNE 1918 and LYTTELTON TIMES, VOLUME CXVII, ISSUE 17817, 15 JUNE 1918

WILLIAMS - PHILLIPS - Mr and Mrs W. F. Massey and Sir Joseph and Lady Ward were present at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, on October 17 at the wedding of Lieutenant K. S. Williams, Ist Canterbury Infantry Battalion, and Miss Marjory Phillips, daughter of Mr T. A. Phillips, of Christchurch. The ceremony was a quiet one, but a number of New Zealand friends were present at the church. The bride's dress was of white brocade, and she wore a long tulle veil, and carried a sheaf of white lilies. There were no bridesmaids. Lieutenant W. Deans (Christchurch) was best man. OTAGO DAILY TIMES, ISSUE 16896, 8 JANUARY 1917

WILSON - FELL - News has been received of the engagement of Miss Erica Fell, eldest daughter of Dr and Mrs Fell, of Maheno Bay, Wellington, to Captain Frank Wilson, N.Z.E.F., of Wellington. Miss Fell, who was on the staff of Chilton House school, left at the end of last year to join her parents in England, where Dr Fell is in charge of a military hospital. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLII, ISSUE 9678, 5 JUNE 1917. Frank Alexander WILSON married Erica Richmond FELL 1917 Kensington, London.

WILSON - SMITH - At St. Mary Abbot's Church, Kensington, the wedding took place on February 11th, of Alexander Gordon Wilson, M.D., F.R.C.S., of 1 Philbeach Gardens, Kensington, to Evelyn Sheldon, youngest daughter of the late Mr J.R. Smith of Auckland. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A.E. Morris. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16188, 17 APRIL 1918

WILSON - SPACKMAN - At Marseilles, on 19th December, the marriage took place at the British Consulate of Mr. Robert Callwell Wilson, eldest son of the late Brigade Surgeon F. R. Wilson, and of Mrs. Wilson, Bedford, and Mrs. Adelaide Margaret Spackman, widow of the late W. H. Spackman, barrister-at-law, of Christchurch, New Zealand. EVENING POST, VOLUME LXXXIX, ISSUE 57, 9 MARCH 1915

WOODWARD - MADGE - On March 16, 1917 at the Parish Church, Brockenhurst. England, by the Rev. Coombe Williams, Charles Burgess Woodward, Lieutenant N.Z. Pioneer Battalion, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodward, of Ellier Avenue, Wellington, to E Mary, only daughter of F. W. and Mrs. Madge, of Forest Hill, London. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16555, 2 June 1917, Page 1

WORRALL - NORTON - On December 11th, at Woolborough Hill Church, Newton Abbott, Lieutenant Frank C. Worrall, 9th Devons, son of the late Mr and Mrs W. H. Worrall, of Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, was married to Miss Florence Thelma Norton, daughter of Mr H. Pentland Norton, of New Zealand. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLI, ISSUE 9276, 17 FEBRUARY 1916

WRIGHT - BARTON - The marriage took place on June 12th, at St. Luke's Church, Winton, Bournemouth, of Lance-Corporal J. Wright (6/308), who was married to Miss Barton, of Winton. Private McLeod acted as best man. AUCKLAND STAR, VOLUME XLVIII, ISSUE 206, 29 AUGUST 1917

WRIGHT - WILLOUGHBY-OSBORNE - A quiet wedding took place at St. Mary’s, Bryanstone square, London, on April 3rd, between Major Hubert Havard Wright, Army Service Corps, attached to the N.Z.E.F., and Theresa, youngest daughter of the late Captain Eric Willoughby-Osborne, of Hawford, Worcester, and Mrs Willoughby-Osborne. There were no invitations. NEW ZEALAND TIMES, VOLUME XLII, ISSUE 9669, 25 MAY 1917

WYNN-WILLIAMS - PEARCE - At St. John's Church, Red Lion square, London, on April 2nd, Lester Wynn-Williams, N.Z.E.F., was married to Dora Emily, third daughter of Mrs Pearce, of the Red Lion, Herbrand street, London. PRESS, VOLUME LIV, ISSUE 16224, 29 MAY 1918. [WYNN-WILLIAMS Morris Lester/PEARCE Dora Emily Jun 1/4 Holborn, Middlesex]

YATES - SUTTON - The wedding has taken place at St. Luke's Church, Beeston Hill, Leeds of Private edlay Albert Yates, N.Z.R.B., of Onehunga to Miss Phoebe A Sutton, eldest daughter of Mr G Eustace Sutton, of 22 Dawson Street, Leeds. Private Yates, who was gassed at Messines, is now working at the New Zealand Base Post Office in London. OTAGO WITNESS, ISSUE 3336, 20 FEBRUARY 1918

YOUNG - BRYAN-BROWN - News has been received in Palmerston North of the engagement of Captain Charles Le Fanu Young, at present on active service with the N.Z.E.F. in France, to Stephanie Grace, daughter of the Rev. W. Bryan-Brown, of Eastbourne, Sussex, England, and sister of the late Rev. G. S. Bryan-Brown, chaplain of Christ's College, whose death while on active service caused so much regret in Christchurch. Captain Young is a son of Mr James Young, of College street, Paimerston North, and was a student of Canterbury College at the time of his enlistment in 1915. PRESS, ISSUE 16390, 9 DECEMBER 1918

YOUNGHUSBAND - COTTON-COOKE - At All Souls', Langham Place, London, on August 23rd, Leigh Norman Younghusband, Captain R.F.A., was married to Adeline Mary, younger daughter of Paulin Cotton-Cooke, of Buenos Aires. Captain Younghusband is the second and only surviving son of the late Mr John Younghusband, of Napier, and of Mrs E. M. Younghusband, of Sydney. An old boy of Wanganui, Captain Younghusband was at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and got a commission in the R.F.A. at the beginning of 1915. In May of this year he was mentioned in a despatch from Sir Douglas Haig. PRESS, VOLUME LIII, ISSUE 16043, 27 OCTOBER 1917




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ARNOLD Harriet (Mrs Alfred George STUNELL)Husband NZEF 12/634. Married 29 Sep 1918 Ascension Church, Stirchley, Birmingham, England
AUSTIN Ivy Alice (Mrs Herbert Cleveland Eric KITTO) Norwich, Norfolk, England Voluntary Aid Detachment Peter George and Alice AUSTIN Husband NZEF 1/417
BABINGTON Kathleen Dunbar (Mrs James Hastings BABINGTON nee THOMAS) New Zealand NZ War Contingent Association - London Frederick George and Sarah Frances THOMAS Husband NZEF 21/22
BACON Ellie Vera (Mrs Malcolm Simcox Huxley MASON) Thorpe St Andrew, Norfolk, England Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment James Ernest and Money Ellen Spurgeon BACON Husband NZEF 43832
BAILEY Sarah Emily Dora (Mrs Walter Roy WOOD) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England England Lionel George and Phoebe BAILEY Husband NZEF 10/1708. Married 06 Apr 1918 Walton on Thames
BAKER Ellen Alice (Mrs Charles Edward BAKER nee SMITH) Egham, Surrey, England England Thomas Charles and Charlotte SMITH Husband NZEF 11/2025. Married 20 May 1919 Walton on Thames
BALDWIN Winifred (Mrs Herbert Edward BALDWIN nee HODGKINSON) Ward Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society 1st NZ General Hospital, Brockenhurst, England Husband NZEF 28647
BALL Annie Sarah Catherine (Nancy) (Mrs Joseph Patrick MORONEY) Peckham, London, England Ward Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society William Thomas and Ann Sarah Catherine BALL Husband NZEF 9/1707
BARBER Gertrude (Mrs George Albert WEBB) Ely, Cambridgeshire, England Domestic Servant England William and Mary Jane BARBER Husband NZEF 8/3310. Married 30 Mar 1918 Walton on Thames
BARNETT Florence (Mrs Howard John GUMBLEY) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Nurse VAD England Arthur and Eliza BARNETT Husband NZEF 5/845. Married 26 Dec 1918 Walton on Thames
BARNETT Veronica Iza (Mrs Arthur CRANSTON) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Clerk England Arthur and Eliza BARNETT Husband NZEF 13/2314. Married 26 Dec 1918 Walton on Thames
BARRY Jane Evelyn (Mrs William Francis BARRY nee MCCLURE) Irwell, Selwyn, Canterbury, New Zealand Volunteer Sisterhood William David and Agnes MCCLURE Husband NZEF 7/813. Married Ismailia, Egypt 08 August 1917. Died 13 Dec 1918 Ismailia, Egypt
BEADLE Helen Marshall (Mrs St John Valentine BEADLE nee DONALDSON) Polmont, Stirling, Scotland Waitress and Stores Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society William and Janet DONALDSON Husband NZEF 27445
BELL Elizabeth Mary (Mrs Percival Stevens BRIDGFORD) Voluntary Aid Detachment Husband NZEF 44927
BENDING Beatrice Annie (Mrs James Herbert WEBB) London, England Voluntary Aid Detachment Charles and Gertrude BENDING Husband NZEF 28840
BENSON Ellen Louisa (Mrs Harold Thomas SIGNAL) Hamburg, Wiltshire, England Voluntary Aid Detachment Joseph and Mary Anne BENSON Husband NZEF 28550
BENTLEY Annie (Mrs Robert HENDERSON) Domestic Servant England NOK William BENTLEY, father. Husband NZEF 24/1683. Married 12 Jan 1918 Walton on Thames
BIRD Dorothy Maud (Mrs Arthur Watson BIRD nee POTTER) Kennington, Surrey, England Munitions Worker England James William and Constance Edith POTTER Husband NZEF 2/2061. Married 09 Sep 1918 Walton on Thames
BOWERBANK Maud (Mrs Fred Thompson BOWERBANK nee PICK) Bourne, Lincolnshire, England Volunteer Voluntary Aid Detachment/NZ Red Cross Society Thomas and Ellen PICK Husband NZEF 3/652
BOWMAN Myril D (Marion) (Mrs Robert Bernard CROKE) Masseuse NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment 1st NZ General Hospital, Brockenhurst, England Husband NZEF 18497
BOYNE Olive Mabel (Mrs Frederick William WEBB) Opunake, Taranaki, NZ England Robert and Mary BOYNE Husband NZEF 21/39. Married 25 Apr 1919 Walton on Thames
BRASSINGTON Annie (Mrs James Henry SARGENT) Harrow, Middlesex, England Housemaid England George and Hannah BRASSINGTON Husband NZEF 53648. Married 08 Oct 1918 Walton on Thames
BRIDGFORD Elizabeth Mary (Mrs Percival Stevens BRIDGFORD nee BELL) Voluntary Aid Detachment Husband NZEF 44927
BROOKS Maud Beatrice (Mrs Percy Stafford BROOKS nee CHALKLEN) Snodland, Kent, England England Daniel and Rose CHALKLEN Husband NZEF 7/1047. Married 22 Mar 1916 Walton on Thames
BROWNE Edith Constance (Mrs Randal Borthwick BROWNE nee KNAPMAN) Winchester, Hampshire, England Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society Thomas and Mary Ann KNAPMAN Husband NZEF 8/1153
BUNKER Rachel Lydia (Mrs Harry FRANCORN) London, England Domestic England Samuel and Susannah BUNKER Husband NZEF 14802. Married 05 Dec 1917 Walton on Thames
BURGESS Lucy Isobel/Isobella (Mrs Cecil George BURGESS nee JAMIESON) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland Nursing Assistant NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment/NZ Red Cross William and Lucy JAMIESON Husband NZEF 10/3203
BURNS Cissy Ellen (Mrs Richard John ANDREW) Halford, Middlesex, England X-Ray Operator England Arthur and Harriett E BURNS Husband NZEF 10/1723. Married 26 Sep 1918 Walton on Thames
CARR Barbara Sibyl (Mrs Stanley Austin CARR nee GREIG) Queensland, Australia Staff Nurse Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service James Dickson and Barbara Mary GREIG Husband NZEF 13/2151
CARTER Lucy (Mrs John HART) Staff Nurse Horton (County of London) War Hospital Husband NZEF 25/190. Married 13 Jun 1918 Catholic Church, Skegness
CECIL-DAVIES Bessie Templemore (Mrs Alan John/John Allen SHANNON) Hoole, Chester Cheshire Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society Richard Cecil and Amy Templemore DAVIES Husband NZEF 10/884
CHALKLEN Maud Beatrice (Mrs Percy Stafford BROOKS) Snodland, Kent, England England Daniel and Rose CHALKLEN Husband NZEF 7/1047. Married 22 Mar 1916 Walton on Thames
CLAPP Alexandrina Matilda (Mrs Francis Henry Sutton PEAKE) Jullundur, Bengal, India Cook Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society 2nd NZ General Hospital, Walton on Thames, England William Henry Baut and Rebecca Matilda CLAPP Husband NZEF 12/4069
CLISBY Rosaline Maud (Mrs Leslie WILSON) Wimbledon, Surrey, England England Thomas and Martha CLISBY Husband NZEF 9/609. Married 01 Oct 1918 Walton on Thames
CLOTHIER Annie Septemia (Nancy (Mrs George Roy Seymour CLOTHIER nee KNOX-HART) Leverstock Green, Hertfordshire, England Voluntary Aid Detachment James and Christine Bertha KNOX-HART Husband NZEF 10167
COATES Mabel Maida (Mrs George Percy COATES nee Illingworth) Australia Nurse Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Husband NZEF 13/893
COOPER Clare Edith (Mrs Reginald William COOPER nee HIRONS) Addlestone, Surrey, England England William James and Grace HIRONS Husband NZEF 12/2982. Married 18 May 1918 Walton on Thames
COOPER Winifred (Mrs George Frederick PRYCE) England Husband NZEF 8/1607. Married 08 June 1918 Hornchurch, Essex
COVIC Charlotte (Mrs Steve COVIC nee PARTRIDGE) London, England Parlour Maid England James and Charlotte PARTRIDGE Husband NZEF 12/4161. Married 24 Feb 1917 Walton on Thames
CRANSTON Veronica Iza (Mrs Arthur CRANSTON nee BARNETT) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Clerk England Arthur and Eliza BARNETT Husband NZEF 13/2314. Married 26 Dec 1918 Walton on Thames
CREASEY Edith Emily (Mrs Reginald Victor KELLY) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Domestic England Harvey and Emma CREASEY Husband NZEF 23563. Married 18 Sep 1917 Walton on Thames
CREASEY Eleanor Lydia Jane (Mrs Andrew JAMIESON) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England England Harvey and Emma CREASEY Husband NZEF 8/3299. Married 24 Feb 1917 Walton on Thames
CROKE Myril D (Marion) (Mrs Robert Bernard CROKE nee BOWMAN) Masseuse NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment 1st NZ General Hospital, Brockenhurst, England Husband NZEF 18497
CROSS Nancy (Mrs Stanley Arthur CROSS nee FIELDING) Ambulance Driver NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment/NZ Mechanical Transport Hornchurch Husband NZEF 10/1785
CULLEN Mary Francis (Mrs Dominic Joseph WALLS) Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment Husband NZEF 8/121
DAVEY Mabel Annie (Mrs Egbert Reginald DAVEY nee SMITH) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England England Harry Brye Roake and Effie SMITH Husband NZEF 14235. Married 12 June 1919 Walton on Thames
DAVIES Bessie Templemore Cecil (Mrs Alan John/John Allen SHANNON) Hoole, Chester Cheshire Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society Richard Cecil and Amy Templemore DAVIES Husband NZEF 10/884
DAVISON Bessie (Mrs Thomas Everitt TOHILL) Weybridge, Surrey, England England James and Rosetta DAVISON Husband NZEF 10/1171. Married 22 Apr 1919 Walton on Thames
DECK Mabel Annie (Mrs Robin Howell DECK nee SKINNER) Wellington, Wellington, NZ Nurse NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment Daniel and Georgina Augusta SKINNER Husband NZEF 7/797. Died 29/08/1915 Gallipoli Canakkale Turkey
DENTON Kathleen Dorothy (Mrs George Harry (Hori) WHAKATAKA) Chertsey, Surrey, England England William Harry and Charlotte DENTON Husband NZEF 20759. Married 29 Jun 1918 Walton on Thames
DOHERTY Marie (Mrs Norman Patrick DOHERTY nee HANDS) Staff Nurse Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Husband NZEF 1/616
DONALDSON Helen Marshall (Mrs St John Valentine BEADLE) Polmont, Stirling, Scotland Waitress and Stores Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society William and Janet DONALDSON Husband NZEF 27445
DOVEY Kathleen (Kate) (Mrs Ernest Charles DOVEY nee READY) NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment Husband NZEF 19204
DRAKE Hilda Esther (Mrs Edward Allen DRAKE nee PICOT) St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands Mess Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment/St. John's Ambulance Brigade Philip and Alice PICOT Husband NZEF 3/100A
DUNHAM May (Mrs John Joseph DUNHAM nee JINKS) Domestic England NOK William JINKS, father. Husband NZEF 11/36. Married 22 Sep 1917 Walton on Thames
DYASON Lucy Maud (Mrs Horace Hamilton DYASON nee PEACOCK) Ripley, Surrey, England Munitions Worker England John and Martha Ann PEACOCK Husband NZEF 3/243. Married 28 Mar 1918 Walton on Thames
FABLING Beatrice Marguerite (Daisy) (Mrs James FABLING nee HYATT) Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment 2nd NZ General Hospital, Oatlands, Park, England Husband NZEF 23816
FELL Gladys Louise (Mrs Maurice Anthony Hunter FELL nee MERTON) Christchurch, Canterbury, NZ Nurse NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment/NZ Red Cross Society George Henry and Nora MERTON Husband NZEF 22729 and Royal Flying Corps
FIELDING Nancy (Mrs Stanley Arthur CROSS) Ambulance Driver NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment/NZ Mechanical Transport Hornchurch Husband NZEF 10/1785
FORDHAM Emily (Mrs Roy Ernest William FORDHAM nee HASTINGS) Assistant Cook Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society Husband NZEF 12/2922
FRANCORN Rachel Lydia (Mrs Harry FRANCORN nee BUNKER) London, England Domestic England Samuel and Susannah BUNKER Husband NZEF 14802. Married 05 Dec 1917 Walton on Thames
FRASER Gladys Annie Diana (Mrs John FRASER nee STATTER) Winscombe, Somerset, England Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society UK, WWI Service Medal and Award Rolls, 1914-1920 William Henry and Frances Mary STATTER Husband NZEF
GREIG Barbara Sibyl (Mrs Stanley Austin CARR) Queensland, Australia Staff Nurse Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service James Dickson and Barbara Mary GREIG Husband NZEF 13/2151
GRIFFIN Jane (Mrs John Edward Joseph GRIFFIN formerly SHARPLES nee BRAITHWAITE) Blackburn, Lancashire, England ``` Voluntary Aid Detachment Thomas and Jane BRAITHWAITE Husband NZEF 64056
GUMBLEY Florence (Mrs Howard John GUMBLEY nee BARNETT) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Nurse VAD England Arthur and Eliza BARNETT Husband NZEF 5/845. Married 26 Dec 1918 Walton on Thames
HANDS Marie (Mrs Norman Patrick DOHERTY) Staff Nurse Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Husband NZEF 1/616
HARRIS Elsie Alexandra (Mrs Jack HARRIS nee POTTER) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Munitions Worker England Jabez and Annie POTTER Husband NZEF 25/1077. Married 01 Feb 1919 Walton on Thames
HARRIS Nellie (Mrs Walter ALDERDICE) Brixton, Surrey, England England George and Emma MANTON Husband NZEF 13/962a. Married 08 Jul 1918 Walton on Thames (Widow)
HART Lucy (Mrs John HART nee CARTER) Staff Nurse Horton (County of London) War Hospital Husband NZEF 25/190. Married 13 Jun 1918 Catholic Church, Skegness
HASTING Emily (Mrs Roy Ernest William FORDHAM) Assistant Cook Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society Husband NZEF 12/2922
HATCHWELL Constance Louisa (Mrs Robert Knowles HOBBS) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Domestic England Henry and Elizabeth HATCHWELL Husband NZEF 24/179. Married 30 Nov 1918 Walton on Thames
HENDERSON Annie (Mrs Robert HENDERSON nee BENTLEY) Domestic Servant England NOK William BENTLEY, father. Husband NZEF 24/1683. Married 12 Jan 1918 Walton on Thames
HILLS Ethel (Mrs William Michael HILLS nee SQUIBB) Richmond, Surrey, England Domestic Servant England Sidney and Fanny SQUIBB Husband NZEF 6/3745. Married 17 Nov 1917 Walton on Thames
HIRONS Clare Edith (Mrs Reginald William COOPER) Addlestone, Surrey, England England William James and Grace HIRONS Husband NZEF 12/2982. Married 18 May 1918 Walton on Thames
HOBBS Constance Louisa (Mrs Robert Knowles HOBBS nee HATCHWELL) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Domestic England Henry and Elizabeth HATCHWELL Husband NZEF 24/179. Married 30 Nov 1918 Walton on Thames
HODGKINSON Winifred (Mrs Herbert Edward BALDWIN) Ward Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society 1st NZ General Hospital, Brockenhurst, England Husband NZEF 28647
HOPE Elsie (Mrs Walter George NAIRN) Morthen, Yorkshire, England Mess Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment/St. John's Ambulance Brigade Charles and Anne HOPE Husband NZEF 12/1057
HUTCHENCE Ethel May (Mrs Walter LEVY) Whitchurch, Hampshire, England Munitions Worker England Alfred JOHNSON Walter LEVY, Sgt NZEF, S/o Joseph LEVY, boot importer to NZ. Married 02 Jun 1919 Walton on Thames (Widow)
HYATT Beatrice Marguerite (Daisy) (Mrs James FABLING) Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment 2nd NZ General Hospital, Oatlands, Park, England Husband NZEF 23816
ILLINGWORTH Mabel Maida (Mrs George Percy COATES) Australia Nurse Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Husband NZEF 13/893
ISAACS Ivy May (Mrs Campbell William THOMAS) Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England Clerk England William and Jane ISAACS Husband NZEF 13/554. Married 28 Apr 1917 Walton on Thames
JAMES Beatrice Emily (Mrs Robert Edward POWELL) London, England Munitions Worker England Sidney Joseph and Rosena Emily JAMES Husband NZEF 54959. Married 27 May 1918 Walton on Thames
JAMIESON Eleanor Lydia Jane (Mrs Andrew JAMIESON nee CREASEY) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England England Harvey and Emma CREASEY Husband NZEF 8/3299. Married 24 Feb 1917 Walton on Thames
JAMIESON Lucy Isobel/Isobella (Mrs Cecil George BURGESS) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland Nursing Assistant NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment/NZ Red Cross William and Lucy JAMIESON Husband NZEF 10/3203
JEFFERY Ethel (Mrs Robert Francis JEFFERY nee JUDGE) Woking, Surrey, England Domestic Servant England Joseph and Alice JUDGE Husband NZEF 23/1698. Married 18 Dec 1918 Walton on Thames
JINKS May (Mrs John Joseph DUNHAM) Domestic England NOK William JINKS, father. Husband NZEF 11/36. Married 22 Sep 1917 Walton on Thames
JOHNSON Amy Ellen (Mrs Harry JOHNSON nee LOW) Lambeth, Surrey, England England John and Frances Elizabeth Jane LOW NZ Army Service Corps - Private. Married 20 Nov 1916 Walton on Thames
JOHNSON Caroline Mabel (Mrs Joseph William SMITH) Greenwich, London, England England Harry and Caroline Elizabeth JOHNSON Husband NZEF 24/1197. Married 31 Mar 1918 Walton on Thames
JOHNSON Ethel May (Mrs Walter LEVY) Whitchurch, Hampshire, England Munitions Worker England Alfred JOHNSON Walter LEVY, Sgt NZEF, S/o Joseph LEVY, boot importer to NZ. Married 02 Jun 1919 Walton on Thames (Widow)
JOHNSON Margaret Elizabeth Gladys (Mrs Thomas John MORGAN) Hersham, Surrey, England England Charles and Margaret Elizabeth JOHNSON Husband NZEF 10/265. Marred 29 Mar 1916 Walton on Thames
JUDGE Ethel (Mrs Robert Francis JEFFERY) Woking, Surrey, England Domestic Servant England Joseph and Alice JUDGE Husband NZEF 23/1698. Married 18 Dec 1918 Walton on Thames
KELLY Edith Emily (Mrs Reginald Victor KELLY nee CREASEY) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Domestic England Harvey and Emma CREASEY Husband NZEF 23563. Married 18 Sep 1917 Walton on Thames
KEMPTON Margery Dinah (Mrs Whetu Henare WEROHIA) Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, England England George Blyth and Harriett KEMPTON Husband NZEF 16/856
KERR Elizabeth Chrystal (Mrs David Cormack SCLATER) Oamaru, Otago, NZ NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment General Service Probationer/NZ Red Cross Society James and Elizabeth KERR Husband NZEF 4/1705
KING Beatrice May (Mrs Harold Samuel SKINNER) Kingston, Surrey, England England James and Eliza KING Husband NZEF 25/820. Married 07 Apr 1917 Walton on Thames
KITTS Ivy Alice (Mrs Herbert Cleveland Eric KITTO nee AUSTIN) Norwich, Norfolk, England Voluntary Aid Detachment Peter George and Alice AUSTIN Husband NZEF 1/417
KNAPMAN Edith Constance (Mrs Randal Borthwick BROWNE) Winchester, Hampshire, England Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society Thomas and Mary Ann KNAPMAN Husband NZEF 8/1153
KNOX-HART Annie Septemia (Nancy) (Mrs George Roy Seymour CLOTHIER) Leverstock Green, Hertfordshire, England Voluntary Aid Detachment James and Christine Bertha KNOX-HART Husband NZEF 10167
LANGE Maude (Mrs Archibald Hall LANGE nee MARSH) Maidenhead, Buckinghamshire, England England William Henry and Sophia MARSH Husband NZEF 10/1875. Married 21 Dec 1916 Walton on Thames
LEVY Ethel May (Mrs Walter LEVY formerly HUTCHENCE nee JOHNSON) Whitchurch, Hampshire, England Munitions Worker England Alfred JOHNSON Walter LEVY, Sgt NZEF, S/o Joseph LEVY, boot importer to NZ. Married 02 Jun 1919 Walton on Thames (Widow)(
LILLINGTON Dorothy (Mrs Eric John Guthrie RICE) Probationary Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment/NZ Red Cross Society Husband NZEF 22196
LLOYD Gladys Ida (Mrs John Theodore LLOYD nee WORT) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Motor Driver England John and Esther WORT Husband NZEF 10/513. Married 12 Mar 1919 Walton on Thames
LOW Amy Ellen (Mrs Harry JOHNSON) Lambeth, Surrey, England England John and Frances Elizabeth Jane LOW NZ Army Service Corps - Private. Married 20 Nov 1916 Walton on Thames
MACFARLANE Constance Geraldine (Mrs Norman Keith MacFARLANE nee RENTON) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland Ambulance Driver NZ Mechanical Transport David and Maria H RENTON Husband NZEF 2/1724
MACKENZIE Elyn Caroline (Ellen Caroline) (Mrs Hector Bruce MACKENZIE nee NICHOLLS) Benares, Bengal, India Nursing Assistant NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment George Jasper and Caroline Josephine NICHOLLS Husband NZEF 3/4289
MACKENZIE [MCKENZIE] Margaret Ann (Mrs Samuel Williams PITKETHLEY) Kingussie and Insh, Inverness-shire, Scotland Mess Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society (NZ Convalescent Home, Hornchurch, Angus and Jessie MACKENZIE Husband NZEF 26/886
MANTON Nellie (Mrs Walter ALDERDICE) Brixton, Surrey, England England George and Emma MANTON Husband NZEF 13/962a. Married 08 Jul 1918 Walton on Thames (Widow)
MARSH Maude (Mrs Archibald Hall LANGE) Maidenhead, Buckinghamshire, England England William Henry and Sophia MARSH Husband NZEF 10/1875. Married 21 Dec 1916 Walton on Thames
MASON Ellie Vera (Mrs Malcolm Simcox Huxley MASON nee BACON) Thorpe St Andrew, Norfolk, England Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment James Ernest and Money Ellen Spurgeon BACON Husband NZEF 43832
MCCLURE Jane Evelyn (Mrs William Francis BARRY) Irwell, Selwyn, Canterbury, New Zealand Volunteer Sisterhood William David and Agnes MCCLURE Husband NZEF 7/813. Married Ismailia, Egypt 08 August 1917. Died 13 Dec 1918 Ismailia, Egypt
MCKENZIE Sarah (Mrs William Alfred McKENZIE nee WILSON) Housemaid Voluntary Aid Detachment/St. John's Ambulance Brigade 3rd NZ General Hospital, Codford, England Husband NZEF 25/117
MERTON Gladys Louise (Mrs Maurice Anthony Hunter FELL) Christchurch, Canterbury, NZ Nurse NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment/NZ Red Cross Society George Henry and Nora MERTON Husband NZEF 22729 and Royal Flying Corps
MEULI Margaret Mary (Mrs Lorenz MEULI nee MOORE) Beckenham, Kent, England Voluntary Aid Detachment Alfred James and Fanny Elizabeth MOORE Husband NZEF 21158
MOORE Margaret Mary (Mrs Lorenz MEULI) Beckenham, Kent, England Voluntary Aid Detachment Alfred James and Fanny Elizabeth MOORE Husband NZEF 21158
MORGAN Margaret Elizabeth Gladys (Mrs Thomas John MORGAN nee JOHNSON) Hersham, Surrey, England England Charles and Margaret Elizabeth JOHNSON Husband NZEF 10/265. Marred 29 Mar 1916 Walton on Thames
MORONEY Annie Sarah Catherine (Nancy) (Mrs Joseph Patrick MORONEY nee BALL) Peckham, London, England Ward Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society William Thomas and Ann Sarah Catherine BALL Husband NZEF 9/1707
MORRIS Ida Lily (Mrs Edward Reginald PENNO) Chilcomb, Hampshire, England Laundress England James and Rosa MORRIS/MORRISS Husband NZEF 12/1763. Married 05 Dec 1917 Walton on Thames
MURCOTT Millicent Ada (Mrs James Henry MURCOTT nee WEBB) Aldershot, Hampshire, England Shorthand Typist England William John and Florence WEBB Husband NZEF 10/2803. Married 06 Jan 1918 Walton on Thames
NAIRN Elsie (Mrs Walter George NAIRN nee HOPE) Morthen, Yorkshire, England Mess Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment/St. John's Ambulance Brigade Charles and Anne HOPE Husband NZEF 12/1057
NARRAWAY Bertha (Mrs Arnold YATES) England NOK James NARRAWAY, father. Husband NZEF 38639. Married 26 Apr 1919 Walton on Thames
NEAL Annie Isabella (Mrs Robert PERRY) England NOK Alexander ROSS, father. Husband NZEF 11936. Married 19 Apr 1919 Walton on Thames (widow) (Reginald Thomas NEAL Died WW1)
NICHOLLS Elyn Caroline (Ellen Caroline) (Mrs Hector Bruce MACKENZIE) Benares, Bengal, India Nursing Assistant NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment George Jasper and Caroline Josephine NICHOLLS Husband NZEF 3/4289
PARTRIDGE Charlotte (Mrs Steve COVIC) London, England Parlour Maid England James and Charlotte PARTRIDGE Husband NZEF 12/4161. Married 24 Feb 1917 Walton on Thames
PEACOCK Lucy Maud (Mrs Horace Hamilton DYASON) Ripley, Surrey, England Munitions Worker England John and Martha Ann PEACOCK Husband NZEF 3/243. Married 28 Mar 1918 Walton on Thames
PEAKE Alexandrina Matilda (Mrs Francis Henry Sutton PEAKE nee CLAPP) Jullundur, Bengal, India Cook Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society 2nd NZ General Hospital, Walton on Thames, England William Henry Baut and Rebecca Matilda CLAPP Husband NZEF 12/4069
PENNO Ida Lily (Mrs Edward Reginald PENNO nee MORRIS) Chilcomb, Hampshire, England Laundress England James and Rosa MORRIS/MORRISS Husband NZEF 12/1763. Married 05 Dec 1917 Walton on Thames
PENTON Dorothy Annie (Mrs David Bain YOUNG) London, England England George and Sarah Anne PENTON Husband NZEF 34584. Married 02 Sep 1918 Walton on Thames
PERRY Annie Isabella (Mrs Robert PERRY formerly NEAL nee ROSS) England NOK Alexander ROSS, father. Husband NZEF 11936. Married 19 Apr 1919 Walton on Thames (widow) (Reginald Thomas NEAL Died WW1)
PICK Maud (Mrs Fred Thompson BOWERBANK) Bourne, Lincolnshire, England Volunteer Voluntary Aid Detachment/NZ Red Cross Society Thomas and Ellen PICK Husband NZEF 3/652
PICOT Hilda Esther (Mrs Edward Allen DRAKE) St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands Mess Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment/St. John's Ambulance Brigade Philip and Alice PICOT Husband NZEF 3/100A
PITKETHLEY Margaret Ann (Mrs Samuel Williams PITKETHLEY nee MACKENZIE) Kingussie and Insh, Inverness-shire, Scotland Mess Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society (NZ Convalescent Home, Hornchurch, Angus and Jessie MACKENZIE Husband NZEF 26/886
POI POI (POIPOI) Winifred Maud (Mrs Pita Hori/Peter George POI POI nee ALDERTON) Lambeth, Surrey, England England Edward and Maud ALDERTON Husband NZEF 16/513. Married 25 May 1916 Walton on Thames
POTTER Dorothy Maud (Mrs Arthur Watson BIRD) Kennington, Surrey, England Munitions Worker England James William and Constance Edith POTTER Husband NZEF 2/2061. Married 09 Sep 1918 Walton on Thames
POTTER Elsie Alexandra (Mrs Jack HARRIS) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Munitions Worker England Jabez and Annie POTTER Husband NZEF 25/1077. Married 01 Feb 1919 Walton on Thames
POWELL Beatrice Emily (Mrs Robert Edward POWELL nee JAMES) London, England Munitions Worker England Sidney Joseph and Rosena Emily JAMES Husband NZEF 54959. Married 27 May 1918 Walton on Thames
POWER Doris Ingram (Mrs John Vivian WALKER) Chertsey, Surrey, England Nurse NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment/NZ Red Cross Society George and Ada Mary POWER Husband NZEF 11/437
RANSOM Winnifred Louisa (Mrs Cyril Boyd ROGERS) Hailsham, Sussex, England Mess Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society Frederick James and Caroline RANSOM Husband NZEF 10897
READY Kathleen (Kate) (Mrs Ernest Charles DOVEY) NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment Husband NZEF 19204
REEVE Annie (Mrs Edwin Luther REEVE nee TUMMON) Sheffield, Yorkshire, England England John Robert and Annie TUMMON Husband NZEF 72859. Married 07 Jun 1919 Walton on Thames
REID Julia Annie (Mrs Richard George REID nee REVIS) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England England George Whitt and Harriet Elizabeth REVIS Husband NZEF 9/80. Married 01 Nov 1917 Walton on Thames
RENTON Constance Geraldine (Mrs Norman Keith MacFARLANE) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland Ambulance Driver NZ Mechanical Transport David and Maria H RENTON Husband NZEF 2/1724
REVIS Julia Annie (Mrs Rubard George REID) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England England George Whitt and Harriet Elizabeth REVIS Husband NZEF 9/80. Married 01 Nov 1917 Walton on Thames
RICE Dorothy (Mrs Eric John Guthrie RICE nee LILLINGTON) Probationary Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment/NZ Red Cross Society Husband NZEF 22196
RODIE Louise Annie (Mrs William RODIE nee RUSSELL) Cook Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society Husband NZEF 3/716A
ROGERS Amy Elizabeth (Mrs James John TAYLOR) Assistant Cook Voluntary Aid Detachment General Service Section/British Red Cross Society 1st NZ General Hospital, Brockenhurst, England Husband NZEF 21353
ROGERS Winnifred Louisa (Mrs Cyril Boyd ROGERS nee RANSOM) Hailsham, Sussex, England Mess Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society Frederick James and Caroline RANSOM Husband NZEF 10897
ROSS Annie Isabella (Mrs Robert PERRY) England NOK Alexander ROSS, father. Husband NZEF 11936. Married 19 Apr 1919 Walton on Thames (widow)
RUSSELL Louise Annie (Mrs William RODIE) Cook Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society Husband NZEF 3/716A
SARGENT Annie (Mrs James Henry SARGENT nee BRASSINGTON) Harrow, Middlesex, England Housemaid England George and Hannah BRASSINGTON Husband NZEF 53648. Married 08 Oct 1918 Walton on Thames
SAUNDERS Sybil Isabell May (Mrs Albert Joseph SAUNDERS nee WESTBROOK) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Domestic England Thomas and Clara Amy WESTBROOK Husband NZEF 6/2289. Married 06 Jan 1917 Walton on Thames
SCLATER Elizabeth Chrystal (Mrs David Cormack SCLATER nee KERR) Oamaru, Otago, NZ NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment General Service Probationer/NZ Red Cross Society James and Elizabeth KERR Husband NZEF 4/1705
SHANNON Bessie Templemore Cecil (Mrs Alan John/John Allen SHANNON nee DAVIES) Hoole, Chester Cheshire Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society Richard Cecil and Amy Templemore DAVIES Husband NZEF 10/884
SHARPLES Jane (Mrs John Edward Joseph GRIFFIN) Blackburn, Lancashire, England Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment Thomas and Jane BRAITHWAITE HusbanD NZEF 64056
SHARROCK Annie Lena Mildred (Mrs Leslie John SHARROCK nee WELLER) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England England William George WELLER Husband NZEF 10/9. Married 11 Aug 1917 Walton on Thames
SIGNAL Ellen Louisa (Mrs Harold Thomas SIGNAL nee BENSON) Hamburg, Wiltshire, England Voluntary Aid Detachment Joseph and Mary Anne BENSON Husband NZEF 28550
SKINNER Beatrice May (Mrs Harold Samuel SKINNER nee KING) Kingston, Surrey, England England James and Eliza KING Husband NZEF 25/820. Married 07 Apr 1917 Walton on Thames
SKINNER Mabel Annie (Mrs Robin Howell DECK) Wellington, Wellington, NZ Nurse NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment Daniel and Georgina Augusta SKINNER Husband NZEF 7/797. Died 29/08/1915 Gallipoli Canakkale Turkey
SMITH Caroline Mabel (Mrs Joseph William SMITH nee JOHNSON) Greenwich, London, England England Harry and Caroline Elizabeth JOHNSON Husband NZEF 24/1197. Married 31 Mar 1918 Walton on Thames
SMITH Ellen Alice (Mrs Charles Edward BAKER) Egham, Surrey, England England Thomas Charles and Charlotte SMITH Husband NZEF 11/2025. Married 20 May 1919 Walton on Thames
SMITH Mabel Annie (Mrs Egbert Reginald DAVEY) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England England Harry Brye Roake and Effie SMITH Husband NZEF 14235. Married 12 June 1919 Walton on Thames
SOBEY Ethel (Mrs Montague Harry TISDALL) London, England Voluntary Aid Detachment Frederick and Annie Oliver SOBEY Husband NZEF 45313
SQUIBB Ethel (Mrs William Michael HILLS) Richmond, Surrey, England Domestic Servant England Sidney and Fanny SQUIBB Husband NZEF 6/3745. Married 17 Nov 1917 Walton on Thames
STATTER Gladys Annie Diana (Mrs John FRASER) Winscombe, Somerset, England Voluntary Aid Detachment/British Red Cross Society UK, WWI Service Medal and Award Rolls, 1914-1920 William Henry and Frances Mary STATTER Husband NZEF
TAYLOR Amy Elizabeth (Mrs James John TAYLOR nee ROGERS) Assistant Cook Voluntary Aid Detachment General Service Section/British Red Cross Society 1st NZ General Hospital, Brockenhurst, England Husband NZEF 21353
THATCHER Dorothy Harriet (Mrs Frank THATCHER nee WOODFORD) Freshwater, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England Ward Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment Frank and Bessie WOODFORD Husband NZEF 29105
THOMAS Ivy May (Mrs Campbell William THOMAS nee ISAACS) Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England Clerk England William and Jane ISAACS Husband NZEF 13/554. Married 28 Apr 1917 Walton on Thames
THOMAS Kathleen Dunbar (Mrs James Hastings BABINGTON) New Zealand NZ War Contingent Association - London Frederick George and Sarah Frances THOMAS Husband NZEF 21/22
TISDALL Ethel (Mrs Montague Harry TISDALL nee SOBEY) London, England Voluntary Aid Detachment Frederick and Annie Oliver SOBEY Husband NZEF 45313
TOHILL Bessie (Mrs Thomas Everitt TOHILL nee DAVISON) Weybridge, Surrey, England England James and Rosetta DAVISON Husband NZEF 10/1171. Married 22 Apr 1919 Walton on Thames
TOMLINSON Hilda (Mrs William Glenholme TWEEDY) Laboratory Assistant Voluntary Aid Detachment/St. John's Ambulance Brigade Husband NZEF 3/725
TRIGG Edith May (Mrs Allan George ANDERSON) Weybridge, Surrey, England Munition Worker England Jesse and Ann TRIGG Husband NZEF 8/807. Married 14 Dec 1918 Walton on Thames
TUMMON Annie (Mrs Edwin Lutton REEVE) Sheffield, Yorkshire, England England John Robert and Annie TUMMON Husband NZEF 72859. Married 07 Jun 1919 Walton on Thames
TWEEDY Hilda (Mrs William Glenholme TWEEDY nee TOMLINSON) Laboratory Assistant Voluntary Aid Detachment/St. John's Ambulance Brigade Husband NZEF 3/725
UPRICHARD Alice Maud May (Mrs George Charles UPRICHARD nee AMOS) Islington, London, England England Alfred and Catherine Eva AMOS Husband NZEF 38773. Married 18 Dec 1918 Walton on Thames
WALKER Doris Ingram (Mrs John Vivian WALKER nee POWER) Chertsey, Surrey, England Nurse NZ Voluntary Aid Detachment/NZ Red Cross Society George and Ada Mary POWER Husband NZEF 11/437
WALLS Mary Francis (Mrs Dominic Joseph WALLS nee CULLEN) Nurse Voluntary Aid Detachment Husband NZEF 8/121
WEBB Beatrice Annie (Mrs James Herbert WEBB nee BENDING) London, England Voluntary Aid Detachment Charles and Gertrude BENDING Husband NZEF 28840
WEBB Gertrude (Mrs George Albert WEBB nee BARBER) Ely, Cambridgeshire, England Domestic Servant England William and Mary Jane BARBER Husband NZEF 8/3310. Married 30 Mar 1918 Walton on Thames
WEBB Millicent Ada (Mrs James Henry MURCOTT) Aldershot, Hampshire, England Shorthand Typist England William John and Florence WEBB Husband NZEF 10/2803. Married 06 Jan 1918 Walton on Thames
WEBB Olive Mabel (Mrs Frederick William WEBB nee BOYNE) Opunake, Taranaki, NZ England Robert and Mary BOYNE Husband NZEF 21/39. Married 25 Apr 1919 Walton on Thames
WELLER Annie Lena Mildred (Mrs Leslie John SHARROCK) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England England William George WELLER Husband NZEF 10/9. Married 11 Aug 1917 Walton on Thames
WEROHIA Margery Dinah (Mrs Whetu Henare WEROHIA nee KEMPTON) Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, England England George Blyth and Harriett KEMPTON Husband NZEF 16/856
WESTBROOK Sybil Isabell May (Mrs Albert Joseph SAUNDERS) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Domestic England Thomas and Clara Amy WESTBROOK Husband NZEF 6/2289. Married 06 Jan 1917 Walton on Thames
WHAKATAKA Kathleen Dorothy (Mrs George Harry (Hori) WHAKATAKA nee DENTON) Chertsey, Surrey, England General Servant England William Harry and Charlotte DENTON Husband NZEF 20759. Married 29 Jun 1918 Walton on Thames
WILSON Rosaline Maud (Mrs Leslie WILSON nee CLISBY) Wimbledon, Surrey, England England Thomas and Martha CLISBY Husband NZEF 9/609. Married 01 Oct 1918 Walton on Thames
WILSON Sarah (Mrs William Alfred McKENZIE) Housemaid Voluntary Aid Detachment/St. John's Ambulance Brigade 3rd NZ General Hospital, Codford, England Husband NZEF 25/117
WOOD Sarah Emily Dora (Mrs Walter Roy WOOD nee BAILEY) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England England Lionel George and Phoebe BAILEY Husband NZEF 10/1708. Married 06 Apr 1918 Walton on Thames
WOODFORD Dorothy Harriet (Mrs Frank THATCHER) Freshwater, Isle of Wight, Hampshire, England Ward Orderly Voluntary Aid Detachment Frank and Bessie WOODFORD Husband NZEF 29105
WOODWARD Margaret Ann (Mrs Bert William FRIIS) Husband NZEF 12027. Married 18 August 1917 St Clement's Church, Christchurch, Hampshire
WORT Gladys Ida (Mrs John Theodore LLOYD) Walton on Thames, Surrey, England Motor Driver England John and Esther WORT Husband NZEF 10/513. Married 12 Mar 1919 Walton on Thames
YATES Bertha (Mrs Arnold YATES nee NARRAWAY) England NOK James NARRAWAY, father. Husband NZEF 38639. Married 26 Apr 1919 Walton on Thames
YOUNG Dorothy Annie (Mrs David Bain YOUNG nee PENTON) London, England England George and Sarah Anne PENTON Husband NZEF 34584. Married 02 Sep 1918 Walton on Thames


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