NOTE: Death Notice- Grubb Albert [Bert] On January 3 at Middlemore Hospital
dearly loved husband of Nina loved father and father in law of Elizabeth and Brian, Neil and Vicki, loved granddad of Aaron, Trina,
Rachel and Justin.
Full name Nina Jean Elizabeth Mabel
Grandchildren-- Aaron, Trina, Rachel, Justin.
Great Grand Children Amber
Occupation 1923 Driver [marriage cert]
!Occupation 1965 Furniture Packer [death cert]
!Died 666 Manukau Rd Epsom
Birth notice; FRENCH On August 30 at her residence O'Neil St Ponsonby the wife of Samuel J French of a son; both doing well.
Usual place of residence at death 66 Quadrant Rd Onehunga
Occupation 1923 - Tailoress [marriage cert]
NOTE: Usual residence at Death 81 Symonds St Onehunga
Cause of death - Cardiac Infarct - Immediate
Left Ventricular Failure - years
Age and Obesity
Fractured Hip - 5 years
NOTE:Residence Lynwood Road aged 2
NOTE: BDM Birth Folio No 4071/1904
Died 20 Church St Onehunga
Occupation - Baker
!Cause of death senile decay
!Buried Symonds St Auckland ?
!Baptised by the Revd. Mr Ferrie
NOTE: 1890 Electoral Roll Auckland City - Grubb David freehold
Karangahape Rd Baker Lots 5 & 6 Section 8
N.Z. Herald 1869 [David Grubb pleaded guilty to allowing five pigs to stray in the Karangahape Road, and was fined 20s and costs.]
Auckland Hospital Records - 1894 Nov 14th - Dec 3rd David Grubb 74 Male
native Scotland in NZ 30yrs Residence Wellington St Baker
Enlarged Prostate in Hospital 19days Ward 7 Reg No 5883
Kilbrackmont is in the parish of Kilconquhar (pronounced Kin-yuchar)
According to 'Placenames of Fife and Kinross' by W J M Liddell
(Pub 1896) Kilbrackmont = Coille + Breac + Monadh = Speckled wood of the hill. There are other attempts at derivation in the statisical accounts etc.
'The East Neuk of Fife' by the Rev. Walter Wood of Elie (Pub 1887)
has about 3 pages on it and says that at that time it was part of the Balcarres estate but had formerly had a mansion house of it's own.
The estate was owned by the Dishington family from 1368 until 1579 when James Hamilton married Jean Dishington. It was owned by the Hamiltons from then on. The estate later became impoverished and was eventually sold about 1745 to the Lindsays of Balcarres.
Causes of death - Apoplexy [1 Day], Old age
Death calculated from another Janet named in family 1871
NOTE: Check for certificate when I am rich
Birth Newton most likely
!Also known as Jock
Janet Irvine Grubb ?? [grandmothers maiden name Irvine]
NOTE: Possible deaths for John Grubb
[check when your rich]
Cause of death - bronchitis [4 days], syncope
BDM Folio No 2348/1899
!Born Sale St Auckland
:SOG, Great Index, 2108/1992/rrc, CASEBY, (just as the record spelled
it) John, ADMO'R to ROBERT SACKRIE of Scarborough. PCC (Rivers, 96.)
This not understood or followed up yet.
Letter from Mrs E. Shields, Assistant Archivist, City of York,
ADMO'R = Administration.
In "Church Life in Kent", being Church Court Records of the Canterbury
Diocese from 1559 to 1565, by A.J.Willis, published by Phillimore,
Chichester, 1975, ISBN 0 85033 202 8, Bexley Library Service catalogue
number K262.983/wil, there is the following entry on page 29, item 221
for 1 Eliz., 2, (taken to mean the second year of Elizabeth 1st reign,
(possibly 1560/61), under the heading OVERSEERS TO SUPERVISE ATTEND-
ANCE; John Hudson and John SACRY, appointed overseers to see people
came to church only came twice a quarter themselves. (Headcorn, X, 1.
4. 88v, 88r). SACRY to show cause why he should not be excommunicated
for his negligence. It is certified that he has satisfied (thechurchwardens in
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