"> Blood or Marriage linked relatives of Richard Brignell HAYBITTLE
Search billions of records on Ancestry.com
   

PicoSearch
THE EASIEST WAY TO FIND WHAT YOU NEED IN NZ
NZS.com : New Zealand Web Directory and Search Engine
William HAYBITTLE
Mary BRIGNELL
Richard Brignell HAYBITTLE
(1824-1922)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
Mary PILE

Richard Brignell HAYBITTLE

  • Born: 25 Feb 1824, St. Dunstan-in-the-West, London, England
  • Christened: 21 Mar 1824, St. Dunstan-in-the-West, London, England
  • Marriage: Mary PILE in 1841 in London, Middlesex, England
  • Died: 1922 at age 98
picture

bullet  General Notes:

Electoral Roll for the year 1854 - 55
City of Wellington
County Districts are not included
Haybittle William Ghuznee St Mariner
Haybittle Richard Chuznee St Mariner

Wises Directory 1872 - 1873
Wellington Province - Alphabetical Directory
Haybittle and Tandy Lightermen Old Custom-house St

Evening Post, Volume CIV, Issue 110, 6 November 1922, Page 8
OBITUARY
MR. RICHARD HAYBITTLE,
The death has occurred of Mr. Richard B. Haybittle, one of the city's oldest residents. The late'; Mr. Haybittle, who was approaching his ninety-ninth birthday, was born in London, and when fifteen years of age, choosing the sea as his profession, he visited many parts'of the world. Some years later, when there was a difficulty in securing employment at sea, he took passage with his wife and child on the brig Charlotte, and duly arrived at Port Phillip. In 1863 he left Melbourne as mate on the schooner Shepherdess, and arrived in New Zealand, where he had a brother engaged in the whaling industry. For some time he worked the Shepherdess between Lyttelton and Wellington, and subsequently he entered the lightering business at, Wellington, in the days before the wharves were erected. Later he joined Mr. Gannaway, who was at that time, stevedore to the Panama Steamship Company, and finally he took service under the late Captain W. R. Williams. The.late Mr. Haybittle retained most of his faculties until the end, and had a good memory especially for happenings in old Wellington. Until a short while ago he was in the habit of walking into the city daily, and he was a familiar figure about the streets. He had resided with a daughter, Mrs David Scott, and other members of his family were: Mrs. Edward Read (Napier), Messrs. W. G. Haybittle and Richard F. Haybittle (Feilding), Mr. Henry W. Haybittle (Taihape), Mr. P. W. Haybittle (formerly of Wellington and now residing in England), and Mrs. A. Sutcliffe (Marton).

bullet  Death Notes:

Y


picture

Richard married Mary PILE in 1841 in London, Middlesex, England. (Mary PILE was born circa 1820 and died in 1906.)


This site is a member of WebRing. To browse visit here.
Bravenet SiteRing The GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH SiteRing

This site owned by
Graeme Adams
Previous Site List Sites Random Site Join Ring Next Site
SiteRing by Bravenet.com
Free Guestbook from Bravenet.com Free Guestbook from Bravenet.com



Home | Table of Contents | Surnames | Name List

This Web Site was Created 29 Jun 2014 with Legacy 8.0 from Millennia