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BAY OF PLENTY MARRIAGES
1872 - 1920
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HALL - BOSTON A quite wedding was celebrated at the residence of Mr C Boston, Sixth Avenue, Tauranga on the 10th inst, when Mr David Hall, eldest son of the late Mr and Mrs J Hall of Birmingham, England was married to Miss Bertha Boston, fifth daughter of Mr and Mrs C Boston, of Tauranga, and formerly of Morecambe, England ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLV, Issue 6888, 13 July 1917, Page 2]
HALL - HARVEY A pretty wedding took place at the residence of the bride's parents, 'Ruhamah', Paengaroa, on the sixth inst. The contracting parties being Miss Gladys Miriam HARVEY, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Harvey, and Mr Leslie J. HALL, of Tauranga... [Te Puke Times 30 July 1920]
HAMILTON – ADAMS At St Stephen’s Church, Opotiki, on June 29th, by the Rev A C Soutar, James Hamilton to Margaret Jane Adams. Auckland papers please copy. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 19 Jul 1876, p2]
HAMILTON – KENSINGTON On October 21, at the residence of the bride’s mother, Oropi, Tauranga, by the Rev C Jordan BA, Edward, fourth son of the Rev T Hamilton BA, late rector of Killorglin, Co Kerry to Renira Eleanor, fourth daughter of Charles Jepson Kensington Esq, late of Warton, Wiltshire, England. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 23 Oct 1891, p2]
HAMMOND – GRIFFITHS We are glad to be able to congratulate a former member of the staff of the Bay of Plenty Times who served his time with the present proprietors on having joined the honoured ranks of the Benedicts viz Mr Percy James Hammond, now on the staff of the Whangarei paper who has just been married to Miss M Griffiths of Arawa House, Rotorua. The happy pair are spending their honeymoon in Tauranga and we cordially wish them a long peaceful and prosperous voyage through life together. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 13 Mar 1903, p2]
HANNON – MORONEY On the 20th inst, at Napier, Mr Michael Hannon of Cobb and Co, Tauranga to Miss Moroney of Napier. [Bay of Plenty Times, Sat 29 Nov 1873, p2]
HARBUTT – STURGES An unusually large gathering took place at Dunlop Farm, Pukerimu on Wednesday April 24, when Miss Kate Sturges, fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs W N Sturges was married to Mr Wilfred Harbutt of Te Puke, son of the late Mr Thomas Harbutt of Auckland… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 6 May 1907, p2]
HARDY – JOHNSTON At the Methodist Church, Tauranga, on Wednesday March 11, by the Rev W Hawes Dyer, Charles Thomas, eldest son of Samuel Hardy to Maria (Mollie), youngest daughter of Noble Johnston, both of Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 13 Mar 1903, p2 + article]
HARE – FORTE On 15 September, at the private chapel, Bishop’s court, Auckland, by the right Reverend Dr Cowie, Bishop of Auckland, A A Hare, eldest son of Dr hare of Manchester Square, London to Lissie, eldest daughter of Dr Forte, retired Medical Officer, British civil Service. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 19 Sep 1892, p2]
HARPHAM - FREETH On February 1st 1918 at Holy Trinity Church, Tauranga by Ven Archdeacon Tuke, William Wadsley, third son of William H Harpham of Howell Grange, Lincolnshire, England to Laura May, elder daughter of Mrs M E and the late J E Freeth, Fifth Avenue, Tauranga. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLVI, Issue 6973, 8 February 1918, Page 2]
HARRAY - DOUGLAS On 27 April 1915 at the Presbyterian Church, Te Puke John HARRAY and Violet DOUGLAS [Te Puke Times 30 April 1915 p2]
HARRIS – HARGRAVES At St Matthew’s Church, on the 30th December 1854, by Ven Archdeacon Abraham, Mr J W Harris of Tauranga, to Jacintha Adelaide Hargraves, youngest daughter of J E Hargraves Esq of Waimate, Bay of Islands. [New Zealander, 3 Jan 1855]
HARRIS – HINGSTON Te Puke. On Wednesday last the marriage of Miss E Hingston and Mr L Harris was solemnised at the house of the bride’s mother. The Rev W H Bawden officiated and Mr F Skeet acted as best man… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 19 May 1902, p2]
HARRISON - WRIGHT A quiet wedding was solemnised yesterday afternoon at the residence of Mrs P Wright, Hamilton Street, when Mr H J Harrison, eldest son of Mr E J Harrison of Waipu was married to Miss J Wright, second daughter of Mrs P Wright and the late Mr P Wright... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIV, Issue 6751, 2 August 1916, Page 3]
HARSTON – SERDEFIELD Mr H L Harston was married on the 15th inst to Kate, eldest daughter of the late Mr Serdefield and step-daughter of Mr John Connolly of Waipiro. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 19 Nov 1890, p2]
HARTLEY - TOBIN On Thursday January 12, at St John's Church, Duvauchelles Bay by the Rev. A Julius, Henry (Darien) Hartley, youngest son of the late E J Hartley, Banks Peninsula to Frederica Mary Cecil, second daughter of W H J Tobin, 'Nevis', Tauranga. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XXXIX, Issue 5611, 8 February 1911, Page 2]
HARVEY – CALLOWAY On July 3rd, at the residence of Mr S Renton, brother-in-law of the bride, by the Rev E Barber, Wesleyan Minister, Mr David Harvey to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr John Calloway of Coromandel. [Bay of Plenty Times, Tues 4 Jul 1882, p2] On 3rd July 1882, in the dwelling house of Samuel Fenton at Tauranga, David Harvey, 23 years, joiner, bachelor, born Beckley, Sussex, England, residing Tauranga, son of Stephen Harvey, timber merchant and Ester Ann Harvey nee Highland to Elizabeth Callaway, 17 years, dressmaker, spinster, born Kikawhakarere, Coromandel, daughter of John Callaway, contractor and Susan Callaway nee Hopa-te-wheke. [RG 1882]
HAWES – PARAONE Robert George Hawes of Matapihi, Tauranga to Tepara Paraone of Matapihi, Tauranga by Ven Archdeacon A N Brown at Te Papa, Tauranga, 20 Sep 1859. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
HAZLEDINE – CLARKE At the Bishop’s Chapel, Parnell, by the Lord Bishop of Auckland, Frederick J, son of the Rev J Hazledine, vicar of the Temple church, Bristol to Rebecca B M, eldest daughter of Samuel T Clarke JP, Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 14 Oct 1887, p2]
HEADRICK – MASSEY At 25 St Mary’s Rd, Ponsonby, on the 12th August, by the Rev T F Robertson, Rev John Headrick, Tauranga to Isa, youngest daughter of Mr John Massey, senr, Mangere. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 1 Sep 1897, p2]
HEATHCOTE – HOTCHIN On 24 January 1883, at Mr Moses Hotchin’s house, Te Aroha, Joseph Bailiff Heathcote, 28 years, carpenter, bachelor, born Derbyshire, England, residing at Te Aroha, son of Joseph Heathcote, horse trainer and Selina Heathcote, nee Bailiff to Mary Jane Hotchin, 21 years, spinster, born Killingholme, Lincolnshire, England, residing at Te Aroha, daughter of Moses Hotchin, storekeeper and Ann Hotchin, nee Bower. [RG 1883]
HENDERSON – CLARKE On Saturday afternoon Miss Bessie Clarke, the younger daughter of Mr C A Clarke was united in the bonds of holy matrimony to Mr Henry Henderson of Auckland... [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 21 Mar 1900, p2]
HENRY – ARMSTRONG On October 17 at Tauranga, by the Ven Archdeacon Brown, Joseph Henry, Assistant Surgeon 1st Waikato Regiment to Ellen Margaret, fourth daughter of the late Abraham Armstrong Esq, formerly Staff-Surgeon H M Service. [Southern Cross, Sat 2 Nov 1867 + Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
HENRY - McEWEN On 16 June 1915 at the residence of the bride's mother, Te Puke Margaret McEWEN to John James HENRY, second son of Thomas Henry of Katikati. [Te Puke Times 22 June 1915 p2]
HENRY - PEARCEY Favoured by one of those beautiful sunny mid-winter days which are apparently the especial prerogative of Tauranga, Mr John Henry was married to Miss Annie Pearcey at the Presbyterian Church on Wednesday ...[Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLI, Issue 5973, 20 June 1913, Page 6]
HENWOOD – GREGORY On Monday morning a quiet and pretty wedding was solemnised at the residence of the bride’s mother Cameron Road, when Mr Frank Henwood of Horotiu (Waikato) was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Mary Elizabeth Gregory, second daughter of the late Mr W Gregory of Tauranga… [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 27 Aug 1909, p2]
HETLEY – WRIGLEY At Trinity Church, on September 13, by the Rev Charles Jordan, Charles Frederick Hetley to Adelaide Wrigley. [Bay of Plenty Times, Thur 15 Sep 1881, p2]
HICKSON - BENNER On Pongakawa on Tuesday last, Miss Maud C Benner was married to Mr A M Hickson. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. J Hobbs. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIV, Issue 6678, 1 May 1916, Page 2]
HIKAIRO – ROGERS At Auckland, on the 10th inst, by the Ven Archdeacon Maunsell, Mita Hikairo, Native Assessor to Mary Ann, second daughter of the late William Rogers. [Bay of Plenty Times, Thur 17 Oct 1878, p2]
HINE - PARTRIDGE At the Mission Hall, Te Puke May PARTRIDGE to Charles HINE [Te Puke Times 18 June 1915 p3]
HOEING – McDONNELL Quite a number of persons assembled at the Catholic Church yesterday morning for the purpose of witnessing the marriage ceremony of Baron Hoeing to Miss McDonnell. Although mass was held in the church the marriage took place privately and the congregation had to return home disappointed. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 21 Jul 1897, p2]
HOLLINGWORTH - TOPHAM On September 11, at Auckland, Aubrey Hollingwortb. of Te Puna, Tauranga, N.Z. (late of Ceylon), second son of the late Reginald and Helen Hollingworth, of Gurnard, Cowes, Isle of Wight, to Dorothy, only daughter of Alexander Joseph and Dorothea Vietch Topham, of Koksilah, Vancouver Island, B C (late of Norfolk. England). [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIX, Issue 7496, 16 September 1920, Page 2]
HOLMES – SNODGRASS The Hawke’s Bay Herald of August 29 contains an interesting account of the marriage of Miss Violet Graham Snodgrass, daughter of Mr J Snodgrass (local manager of the Bank of New Zealand) to Mr A W Holmes, eldest son of the late Mr D Gordon Holmes of Rakaia, Canterbury. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 11 Sep 1907, p2]
HOOPER – TAPSELL On 27th September 1855 by license, by Right Rev the Lord Bishop of Auckland, Robert R Hooper, eldest son of the late R C Hooper Esq, MD, to Eva, second daughter of P Tapsell Esq., Bay of Plenty. [New Zealander, 6 Oct 1855]
HOPKIN – TANNER A pretty little wedding was celebrated in our Anglican Church a few days ago, the contracting parties being Mr Fred Hopkin and Miss Annie Tanner… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 25 Jan 1909, p2]
HORNE – HARVEY On September 27, at the residence of the bride’s father Tauranga, by the Rev John Mark of Katikati, Adam Park Horne to Mary Anne Harvey. [Bay of Plenty Times, Tues 4 Oct 1881, p2] On 27 September 1881, in the house of William Harvey, Devonport Rd, Adam Park Horne, 24 years, butcher, bachelor, born Scotland, residing Tauranga, son of Adam Horne, farmer and Margaret Graham to Mary Anne Harvey, 20 years, spinster, born England, residing Tauranga, daughter of William Harvey, butcher and Elizabeth ?Dusby. [RG 1881]
HORNE – VERCOE On Wednesday morning a very pretty wedding was solemnised at Holy Trinity Church when Miss Josina Lawry Vercoe, youngest daughter of the late Mr J L Vercoe was united in holy bonds of matrimony to Mr Frederick C Horne of Coromandel. The ceremony was performed by the Rev H S Davies… [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 8 Jun 1906, p2]
HORNE – GREGORY On Wednesday afternoon a quiet wedding was solemnised at the residence of Mr W J Gregory, Cameron Rd, when Mr Ashley Horne, eldest son of Mr A P Horne of Whitford Park, Auckland was united in marriage to Miss Annie Gregory, eldest daughter of Mr W J Gregory of this town the marriage ceremony being performed by the Rev A Hopper… [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 28 Feb 1908, p2]
HOWARD – FOWLER Joseph Howard of Tauranga, bachelor, over 21 years to Ann Fowler, of Tauranga, widow, over 21 years, on 31 May 1866, by Ven Archdeacon A N Brown at Tauranga. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
HOWARD – JACKMAN At Trinity Church, on Wednesday 29th inst, George Boswell Howard to Annie Jackman, daughter of James Jackman of Nelson St, Auckland. English and Auckland papers please copy. [Bay of Plenty Times, Thur 30 Mar 1882, p2]
HOWARTH - COLLARD On 10th June (1919), at the Presbyterian Church, Rotorua, by Rev. H. T. Peat, Thomas, only son of Mr and Mrs T. HOWARTH, Mt Maunganui, to Lilly, fifth daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Collard, Te Puke. [Te Puke Times 17 June 1919 p2]
HOWE – SIBLEY On September 18 1896, at the residence of the bride’s parents, Bulltown, Waihi, by the Rev T A Norrie, Thomas George Cooke, second son of Mr T Howe, Russell, Bay of Islands to Edith Alice (Daisy), fourth daughter of Mr H T Sibley, formerly of Te Awamutu, Waikato. [Waikato Argus, Sat 3 Oct 1896]
HOYTE – BRETON The marriage of Mr C A Hoyte, eldest son of Mr H C Hoyte of this town to Miss C C Breton, youngest daughter of the late Capt G R Breton of Auckland was solemnised at the St Albans Church, Mount Roskill, Auckland by the Rev Canon Nelson on the 18th ult… [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 2 Apr 1902, p2 + notice]
HUGHES – DOUGLAS A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the residence of Mr H Douglas, No 3 Rd, Te Puke, on Tuesday last, the contracting parties being Miss Agnes Spence Douglas, eldest daughter of Mr H Douglas of Te Puke and Mr Edward R Hughes, eldest son of Mr E Hughes of Arch Hill, Auckland… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 30 Mar 1908, p2]
HUGHES - ELLIOTT On October 27, at Manly Methodist Church, Sydney, N.S.W., William Henry David, second son of the late John Hughes, Pongakawa to Mabel Isabel (Tots), youngest daughter of Mrs (Captain) Elliott, Topcroft, Tauranga, New Zealand. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XL, Issue 5746, 18 December 1911, Page 4]
HULME – VENNELL On 30 April last, at the residence of H R Bunny Esq, Gladstone, by the Rev R Young, Charles Percy, eldest son of C F Hulme Esq, The ‘Oaks’ Tauranga to Eunice Mary, eldest daughter of the late E S Vennell Esq of Gladstone, Wairarapa. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 25 Jun 1900, p2]
HULME – SIMCOX On September 29 1903, at St John’s Church, Buenos Aires, South America, Athol, second son of C F Hulme Esq, the ‘Oaks’, Tauranga to Christine, third daughter of W Simcox Esq, ‘Forest Lakes’ Otaki. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 20 Nov 1903, p2]
HUMPHREYS – ARMSTRONG On the 3rd inst, at Holy Trinity Church, Tauranga, by the Rev Charles Jordan BA, Incumbent, cousin of the bride, Francis Edward, sixth son of the late John Winter Humphreys of Ballyhaise House, County Cavan, Ireland to Margaret Eleanor, second daughter of Benjamin Armstrong of Te Puna, Tauranga and granddaughter of the Very Reverend the Dean of Aufert and Aghdaore, diocese of Limerick. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 8 Jun 1887, p2]
HUMPHREYS – MUNUIRA George Humphreys, of Te Wairoa and Rutu Munuira of Te Wairoa by the Ven Archdeacon A N Brown, at Te Papa, Tauranga, 14 Nov 1859. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
HUMPHRYS - BUTCHER At Holy Trinity Church on Wednesday morning last Mr Francis Goodwin Humphrys of Te Puna, was married by the Ven. Archdeacon Tuke to Miss Bessie Butcher, fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs Butcher of Judea ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLVIII, Issue 7447, 9 July 1920, Page 4]
HUTTON – MONAGHAN On the 7th inst, at Tauranga, Wyndham Whitacre Barnot Hutton to Mary Jane Monaghan of Auckland. [Bay of Plenty Times, 9 Jan 1878, p2]
HYDE - VICKERY A quiet but pretty wedding was solemnised at the residence of Mrs Hyde, Kenny Street, Waihi on Saturday week, the Rev. W White of St James's Church officiating. The contracting parties were Mr A Hyde, eldest son of Mrs Hyde of Waihi, and Miss K Vickery, third daughter of Mr H Vickery of Tauranga ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLI, Issue 5871, 14 October 1912, Page 4]
HYNDS - REVELL On Wednesday morning, March 18, at the residence of Mr Edward Revell, Ohauiti Estate, a quiet but pretty wedding was solemnised, the contracting parties being Beatrice Ivy, eldest daughter of Mr Edward Revell to William James Hynds, eldest son of Mr Robert Hyndes, Gate Pa ...[Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLII, Issue 6090, 20 March 1914, Page 5]
HYNDS - STEWART A pretty wedding was solemnised at the Holy Trinity Church, Tauranga, on the 14th inst, when Mr Robert Hynds, second son of Mr E. Hynds, of Gate Pa, was married to Miss Christina Margaret Alice Stewart, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Hugh M. Stewart, of Papamoa, and granddaughter of Mr G. V. Stewart, of Katikati... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLVIII, Issue 7328, 30 January 1920, Page 7]
IHAKA - TE HEI The marriage took place of Hone Tau (son of the late Taukiwaho Ihako) to Te Hei ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLV, Issue 6777, 2 October 1916, Page 3]
INNES – BUSH At St George’s Church, Thames, last Wednesday the wedding of Mr W Ashleigh Innes of Hawera and formerly of Auckland to Miss Rose Bush, daughter of Mr R S Bush, Warden, was solemnised… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 14 Jan 1907, p2]
IRWIN – TINLING Daniel Douglas Irwin, of Tauranga to Janet Julia Tinling of Tauranga, on 21 July 1868 at the Mission Chapel, Tauranga by the Rev A N Brown. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
JACKSON – MAIR On the 28th November, at St Stephen’s Marton, by the Rev A Towgood, John Howard, eldest son of J D Jackson, Onehunga to Lavinia Laura, youngest daughter of the late Gilbert Mair, Esq, Whangarei. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 12 Dec 1877, p2]
JAMIESON - DUMBLETON On March 31, at Wellington, Private Colin JAMIESON, eldest son of Mr Jamieson, Te Puke, to Violet Louise Grace DUMBLETON, youngest daughter of Mrs Dumbleton, of Ponsonby, and granddaughter of Geo. Vesey Stewart, Katikati, and the late General Dumbleton, of Winchester, England, great granddaughter of the late Hon. Sir John Houston Stewart, of Ballygawley Park, Tyrone, Ireland. [Te Puke Times 13 April 1917 p2]
JARRATT - KLAUS A marriage of interest to Katikati people was recently solemnised at Leamington, Waikato when Mr John Jarratt was married to Miss Kate Klaus, third daughter of Mr John Klaus, formerly of Katikati. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLV, Issue 6860, 2 May 1917, Page 2]
JOHNSON (Golden Wedding) Mr and Mrs Ben B Johnson of Coromandel celebrated their golden wedding last week. Mr Johnson was born near Belfast, Ireland in 1845. He came to New Zealand in 1862 and after a few months in business joined Colonel Nixon's Defence Force and took part in seven engagements in the Maori War. After 30 years residence in Hawke's Bay, he went to Coromandel during the great boom and has resided there ever since. Mrs Johnson was born at Bathurst, New South Wales in 1847. She came to new Zealand with her parents when an infant. Her father was barrack master and he was drafted to the Bay of Islands just after the Hone Heke War. Three daughters of Mr and Mrs Johnson were present at their parent's golden wedding namely Mrs J Tanner of Tauranga, Mrs R Skeet, Napier and Miss Ethel Johnson who resides with her parents ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIV, Issue 6752, 4 August 1916, Page 2]
JOHNSON - ALLEN A quite wedding was solemnised at the Methodist Church yesterday morning when the Rev. Harry Johnson, Congregational Minister of Christchurch was married to Miss Maud Allen of Tauranga. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A Laybourn. The bride was given away her brother Mr H Allen. Later in the day Mr and Mrs Johnston left for their home in the south. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLVI, Issue 6958, 4 January 1918, Page 2]
JOHNSTON – LOCKINGTON On Friday afternoon august 2nd, Mr Lockington’s house was the scene of a very pleasing ceremony which took the form of a wedding, namely that of Mr Adam Johnston, son of Mr Noble Johnston, one of our most esteemed pioneer settlers to Mary, the eldest daughter of Mr James Lockington, another of our most respected farmers. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Thomas Scott… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 19 Aug 1895, p2]
JOHNSTON – MACMILLAN Katikati. A pleasant wedding took place here on Wednesday, the contracting parties being Mr Frederick Johnston of Hillside and Miss Macmillan, eldest daughter of the late Captain Macmillan of Castle Grace. Mr Johnston is a son of the Rev Canon Johnston… [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 2 May 1900, p2]
JONES – SHAW Thomas Jones of Maketu, bachelor to Mary Jane Shaw of Tauranga, spinster on 24 Aug 1865 at Tauranga, by A N Brown. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
JONES – BURCH Mr W Jones, the popular conductor of the Tauranga Musical society conducted Miss Burch to the hymeneal altar on Wednesday last. We congratulate him and wish the happy couple every prosperity. [Bay of Plenty Times, Thur 10 Oct 1889, p2]
JONES – GARRETT Te Puke. The second wedding of the week took place here on Wednesday last, the contracting parties being Mr H Jones and Miss Garrett… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 27 Jun1904, p2]
JONES – ASHER This morning at the residence of the bride’s parents, the marriage of Mr Robert Jones (of Tokaanu) and Miss Annie Asher (third daughter of Mr David Asher of Tauranga) was solemnised by the Rev W Gillies… [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 17 Aug 1906, p2]
JONES – MOIR On Saturday Dr Hugh Owen Jones (son of the late Rev Hugh Jones of Wales) and Miss Jessie Moir (eldest daughter of Dr J Moir of Auckland). The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev W Gray Dixon MA. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 21 Sep 1906, p2]
JORDAN – BALDOCK On February 5, at Enmore Church, near Sydney, by the Rev Mr Dunstan, vicar, Joseph Armstrong, second son of the Rev C Jordan, vicar of Tauranga to Charlotte, second daughter of the late F Baldock of Forbes, New South Wales. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 8 Feb 1901, p2 + article]
JORDAN - BETTELHEIM At Holy Trinity Church on Tuesday afternoon Mr Jack Clarence Jordan, second son of Mr and Mrs W. Jordan of Devonport Road, was married by the Ven. Archdeacon Tuke to Miss Nellie Bettelheim, third daughter of Mr and Mrs Bettelheim of Bethlehem... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIV, Issue 6697, 25 May 1916, Page 3]
JORDAN – DARLEY On January 30 at St Lawrence’s Wanganui, Cyril Hector, third son of Mr R C Jordan, Tauranga to Minie, elder daughter of John D Darley Esq, Wanganui and late of Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 23 Feb 1906, p2]
JORDAN – HOYTE The marriage of Mr William Jordan of Waikaeroa and Miss Margaret Edith Hoyte, second daughter of Mr H C Hoyte of this town was celebrated yesterday in the presence of a large assemblage of friends and acquaintances of the families. The ceremony took place in Trinity Church, the Rev Charles Jordan BA officiating… [Bay of Plenty Times, Thur 31 Jul 1879, p2 + notice 2 Aug 1879]
JORDAN – WILLIAMS On March 26, at Russell, Bay of Islands, by the Rev A J Reed, Arthur Byrt, eldest son of R C Jordan, The Cliff, Tauranga to Jessie Russell, third daughter of the late J B Williams, Russell. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 30 Apr 1902, p2]
KALTENHALER – DICKSON May 25 1879, at the Parish Church, St Johns Wood, London, by the Rev C Andrews, Julius Kaltenhaler Esq of St Johns Wood to Minie, eldest child of Wilhelm Cahlniana Esq, consul of Saxe Weinmar and widow of the late William Dickson Esq of East Wickham and Sudbrooke Manor, Kent. [Bay of Plenty Times, Tues 12 Aug 1879, p2]
KECK - WYLIE A pretty wedding was solemnised at the Bainbridge Memorial Church, Rotorua on Thursday last, when Miss Ethel Wylie, third daughter of Mrs Joseph Wylie of Rotorua was married to Rev. H A G Keck of Featherstone ... KECK Harry Alfred George/WYLIE Ethel Annie [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XXXIX, Issue 5604, 23 January 1911, Page 2]
KEEN – HAMILTON On 11 August 1909, in the residence of the Rev T Scott, St John’s Manse, Pukuatua St, Rotorua, Samuel Harold Keen, 25 years, railway employee, bachelor, born Croydon, NSW, residing Rotorua, son of William Henry Keen, brickmaker and Susan Elizabeth Keen nee Perry to Helen Hamilton, 24 years, dressmaker, spinster, born Tamlesskinny, Co Tyrone, Ireland, residing Rotorua, daughter of William Hamilton, farmer and Mary Jane Hamilton nee Knox. Witnesses Oliver M Keen, Rotorua, platelayer and Alice Trencham, servant, Rotorua. [RG1909]
KELLY – BATES On July 26, at the residence of the bride’s brother, Opotiki, by the Rev A C Soutar, Miss Jane Bates to Mr James Kelly, both of Opotiki. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 2 Aug 1876, p2]
KELLY – CORBETT On November 19, at Auckland, Joseph Swinbourne Kelly of Auckland to Ida, eldest daughter of Thomas Corbett of Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Sat 24 Nov 1877, p2]
KELLY – CAREY On July 16, at St Peter’s Church, Hamilton, by the incumbent (the Rev O’Callaghan Biggs), Charles Henry Kelly of Katikati, Tauranga to Madge, eldest daughter of the late John Carey Esq MD of Forest Lake, Hamilton, Waikato. [Waikato Times, Sat 18 Jul 1891 + report]
KENNEDY – SIMS On Monday evening a very enjoyable social was held in the Public Hall in honour of the marriage of Miss Sims to Mr T Kennedy which was celebrated earlier in the day. A large number of guests were present and dancing was kept up till a late hour and all sorts of good wishes were expressed for the young couple who will take up their residence in Wanganui. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 17 Jun 1896, p2]
KENNEDY – HARDING A double wedding took place today, two sisters, daughters of Mr Harding of Greerton, being married, one to Mr A J Rolfe and the other to Mr J Kennedy. A social gathering will be held at Greerton tonight to celebrate the event. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 13 Apr 1898, p2 + notice 22 Apr 1898]
KENNEDY – COLLINS A quiet wedding was solemnised in St Joseph’s Church, Waihi, by the Rev Father Brodie on Christmas morning, the contracting parties being Mr J Kennedy, late of Manchester, England and Miss Mary Collins, eldest daughter of Mr Patrick Collins of this town. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 27 Dec 1905, p2]
KERWIN – BETTLEHEIM On the 19th December at the Church of Holy Trinity, Tauranga, by the Rev Charles Jordan AB Incumbent, William Frederick Kerwin to Fanny Harrietta Bettleheim, both of Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Sat 20 Dec 1879, p2]
KEYS – STEWART On Saturday last Miss Lena Stewart was married in Auckland to a Thames resident [George Edward Keys]. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 2 May 1900, p2]
KILLEN – GILBERT August 6, in Duncairn Presbyterian Church, Belfast, Ireland by the Rev Dr Killen of Comber, father of the bridegroom, assisted by his cousin the Rev T Y Killen of Duncairn, the Rev J M Killen MA, parish minister of Bellshill, Scotland to Annie, eldest daughter of W J Gilbert Esq, Castleton Park, Belfast. [Bay of Plenty Times, Sat 27 Sep 1879, p2]
KINDER – BROWN John Kinder, bachelor, of Parnell, Auckland to Marianne Celia Brown, spinster of Tauranga on 5 Dec 1859 at Tauranga. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
KING – KING On the 14th inst, at the Mission Chapel, Tauranga, by the Ven Archdeacon Brown, Mr James King, fourth son of Mr William King, Lewes, Sussex, to Miss Hannah King, eldest daughter of Mr Joseph king of Woburn, Bedfordshire. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 18 Mar 1874, p2]
KING – MILLS At the Presbyterian church, on Saturday afternoon at 3pm was solemnised by the Rev A MacLennan the marriage of Mr J H King, recently the popular accountant of the National Bank, Tauranga and now acting-manager of that institution to Miss Mills of Auckland. A large number of the friends and well wishers of the bride and bridegroom were present at the ceremony at the conclusion of which showers of rice greeted the happy couple on their exit from the church and numerous and hearty congratulations were expressed for their future welfare and happiness and in these wishes we most cordially join. [Bay of Plenty Times, Tues 12 Oct 1886, p2 + notice 14 Oct 1886]
KING – BADGER On 30 December 1919, at the dwelling of Robert Badger, Topcroft, Tauranga, George Whitaker King, 33 years, civil engineer, bachelor, born Papanui, Christchurch, residing Tauranga, son of Alfred Henry King, retired and Ermina Florence King, nee Whitaker to Irene Emily Hanson Badger, 25 years, domestic duties, spinster, born Tauranga, residing Tauranga, daughter of Robert Badger, settler, and Anna Badger nee Hanson. Witnesses Alfred T Leeds, surveyor, 14 Huntly Ave, Khyber Pass, Auckland and Nellie Gilmore, teacher, Mt Eden, Auckland. [RG 1919]
KIRK - ARMSTRONG A very pretty wedding was solemnised on June 23rd at the residence of the bride's parents, Te Puna, when Mr George O Kirk of Omokoroa was married to Miss Margaret Violet Armstrong ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLII, Issue 6137, 15 July 1914, Page 5 and Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLII, Issue 6126, 19 June 1914, Page 4]
KIRK - ARMSTRONG On December 1, 1914 at the residence of the bride's parents, Te Puna, by the Rev. E D Rice, Arthur Henry, eldest son of Mr H Kirk, Papatoetoe, Auckland to Eleanor Theodora, younger daughter of Mr B G Armstrong, Te Puna. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIII, Issue 627, 7 January 1915, Page 2]
KIRKLAND – HOWIE Alexander Kirkland, bachelor, colour sergeant 12th Regiment, of Te Papa to Mary Howie, widow of Te Papa, by the Ven Archdeacon A N Brown on 15 Dec 1866 a the Mission Chapel, Tauranga. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
KRAMER-WALTER – BENNER On 22 February 1916 at Mr J Ball’s residence Pongakawa, Francis Kramer-Walter, 32 years, farmer, bachelor, born Maofanga, Tonga Tuba, Friendly Island, residing Pongakawa, son of Charles Kramer-Walter, merchant and Camilla Kramer-Walter nee Smith and Amelia Edith Benner, 27 years, spinster, born Clonmel, Ireland, residing Pongakawa, daughter of John Henry Benner, and Charlotte Benner by John Hobbs, witnesses William Joseph Benner, farmer, Pongakawa and Christian Kramer-Walter, farmer, Pongakawa. [RG 1916]
KUARAURAU – CASTRELLS A native chief named Kuaraurau, a grandson of Hori Taipari was married last week to a daughter of Tangi Castrells at the Karikari settlement. A great feast was held to celebrate the occasion. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 10 Aug 1898, p2]
LA ROCHE – LOVE On November 3 1898, at Trinity Church, Tauranga, by the Rev C Jordan, Charles, second son of the late Dr G La Roche, Sydney to Margaret J, second daughter of the late Harrison Love Esq, wine and Spirit Merchant, Wosingham, Durham, England, [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 4 Nov 1898, p2 + article]
LAIRD – RHODES On December 17, at St Peter’s Presbyterian Church, Tauranga, by the Rev J Headrick, Charles Stewart, eldest son of Mr Laird, chief engineer of the ps Wakatere to Alice Maude, second daughter of the late R Rhodes, Tauranga. Thames papers please copy. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 19 Dec 1898, p2 + article]
LALLY – LEMON On Wednesday afternoon Mr C Lally, one of the representative of Maketu riding in the County Council was married to Miss Lemon of Tauranga, the united couple proceeding to their home at Te Puke immediately after the ceremony. We offer our congratulations and best wishes. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 22 Aug 1897, p2 + notice 1 Sep 1897]
LANE – BLUNDELL On Thursday the beautifully situated upland settlement of Oropi was the scene of unwonted gaiety, the occasion being the marriage of Miss Sarah Zillah Blundell, youngest daughter of Mr A Blundell, one of the principal land owners of that district to Mr Gerard Lane, youngest son of Mr James Lane of Clevedon… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 21 Mar 1904, p2 + notice]
LANGRIDGE – WOODWARD On February 25, at St John’s, march, England, the Rev Richard Bartleet Langridge MA of Sideup Kent to Emily Ada, daughter of the late A Woodward MA of March. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 24 Jun 1874, p2]
LAY – ANDERSON On February 22, at Holy Trinity Church, by the Rev C Jordan BA, William Neville Lay of Kelston to Ethel, widow of the late Frances Anderson. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 23 Feb 1898, p2]
LECKEY – EARL Katikati. Mr Harry Leckey joined the army of Benedicts by wedding the daughter of Mr S Earl, junr. Mr Leckey is a member of an old and respected county family in the County of Antrim – the owners of the far famed Giant’s Causeway – and first came to New Zealand as a cadet to Mr Stephen Goss. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 18 Sep 1901, p2]
LEES – ASHER On Saturday last a wedding was solemnised at the residence of Mr C R Parata, Wellington, between Mr F Lees, in the employ of Messrs Murray, Robertson & Co, merchants, Wellington and Miss Mary Asher, second daughter of Mr D Asher of this town. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 27 Oct 1902, p2]
LEIGHTON – FLETCHER James Scott Leighton of Te Papa, Tauranga to Esther Ann Fletcher of Te Papa, Tauranga on 28 March 1868, by the Ven Archdeacon A N Brown at the Mission chapel, Tauranga. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
LEMON – McGHIE On December 30, at Te Puke, by the Rev Charles Jordan BA TCD, Thomas Patrick Lemon, fourth son of George Lemon of Tauranga to Jane Elizabeth McGhie, eldest daughter of William McGhie of Te Puke, formerly of Ballyallan, Downpatrick. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 8 Jan 1894, p2]
LEMON – MANNIX The wedding season is at its height here now and we have to chronicle yet another which occurred yesterday when Miss Lizzie Mannix was married at her parents’ residence to Mr G Lemon of Te Puke, the Rev Father Broomfield officiating. They left for their home at Papanui near Maketu… [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 8 Nov 1899, p2 + notice 20 Nov 1899]
LEMON – COOK This morning a very pretty wedding was solemnised at St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church by the Rev Father Bloomfield between Mr Albert Lemon of Te Puke, youngest son of the late Mr George Lemon of this town and Miss Josephine Mary Cook, second daughter of Mr John Cook of Grey St, Tauranga… [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 25 Jun 1902, p2]
LEVER – GRAY Katikati is advancing, as I have the pleasure to report no less than two weddings within the last week...While Mr G Lever of the ‘Result’ and conductor of our brass band followed suit on Wednesday as the lucky suitor in having won the heart of Miss Fanny Gray of Katikati.. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 3 Apr 1901, p2]
LEY - ANDERSON On the 22nd Feb., 1898 at Tauranga, New Zealand, William Neville, second son of the late William Ley of 154 Westbourne-terrace to Ethel, widow of the late Francis Anderson and daughter of the late Captain R C Mansel R.N [The Times (London, England), Friday, Feb 25, 1898; pg. 1; Issue 35449]
LITCHFIELD – JOHNSON Charles Litchfield, of Whakatane, bachelor, over 21 years to Maria Johnson of Tauranga, spinster, under 21 years, daughter of Joseph Johnson of Newton, Auckland by Ven Archdeacon A N Brown on 7 Sep 1868 at the Mission Chapel, Tauranga. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
LOCKINGTON – JOHNSTON A quiet but very pretty wedding eventuated at the residence of Mr N A Johnston, Katikati, on Wednesday February 25, when Mr William Charles Lockington, eldest son of Mr James Lockington was united to Margaret Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr John Johnston of Elergole, County Tyrone, Ireland and niece of Mr N Z Johnston. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Thomas Scott… [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 11 Mar 1903, p2]
LOFFLEY – BOYLE At Trinity Church, on the 4th inst, by the Rev Charles Jordan AB, Edward Loffley of Taupo to Rosanna Boyle of Movill, County Derry, Ireland. [Bay of Plenty Times, 6 May 1880, p2 + article]
LONDON - CONDIS On July 16, 1913 at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs W H Gifford, Devonport Road, Charles London to Olive Florence Condis. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLI, Issue 5992, 1 August 1913, Page 4]
LOWE - DYER On August 26th (1920), at Te Puke, Bernard James LOWE to Grace DYER; both late of Nottingham, England [Te Puke Times 27 August 1920 p2]
LUNDIUS – LUNDON On August 10, at Christ church, Wanganui, by the Rev T L Tudor, Harry, only son of F Lundius, Lund to Maude, eldest daughter of D Lundon, Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 31 Aug 1891, p2]
LUNDON – CRAPP On January 18, at St Luke’s Church, Rotorua, by the Rev F Bennett, Frank Gordon Lundon, second son of D Lundon of Rotorua to Lena L, eldest daughter of Capt Crapp of Omokoroa, Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 24 Jan 1906, p2 + article]
McALISTER – SIMPKINS On September 29, at Auckland, John McAlister to Eliza Anne only daughter of George Simpkins Esq, settler, Whakatane, NZ. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 6 Oct 1875, p2 + article]
MacAULAY – FAIRGRAY Thames, Mon. the marriage of Mr Samuel Ure MacAulay of the Telegraph Office, Auckland, formerly of the Post Office Tauranga to Miss Fairgray, sister of Mr James Fairgray, of the bank of New Zealand took place this forenoon. Mr and Mrs MacAulay leave for Auckland by today’s steamer. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 17 Dec 1894, p2]
MacCARTHY – ELLIS On May 16, at St Mark’s Church, by the Rev Mr Coffey, Charles De Lacy MacCarthy MA, eldest son of Dean MacCarthy, Dublin, Ireland to Esther Adelaide, eldest daughter of Captain Ellis of Auckland. Auckland and home papers please copy. [Bay of Plenty Times, 29 May 1891, p2 + article]
McCARTHY - SIMPSON A wedding in which considerable interest was centred took place at Holy Trinity Church on Wednesday morning, the contracting parties being Mr H. H. McCarthy, eldest son of D. McCarthy, Esq., Kirkham House, Prestwich, Manchester, and Miss De De Simpson, daughter of Mr L. Simpson, and granddaughter of the late J. L. Vercoe, Esq., of Tauranga... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLI, Issue 6042, 28 November 1913, Page 5]
McCAULEY - BRUCE On 14 May 1913 at Whatawhata George Thomas McCAULEY, third son of W H McCauley of Te Puke to Gertrude Christine BRUCE, third daughter of the late Captain Bruce. [Te Puke Times 27 May 1913 p3]
McCAULEY – McGUINESS At Te Puke on October 12, at the residence of the bridegroom’s parents, by the Rev Father Bloomfield, W H McCauley to Josephine McGuiness, second daughter of Mr McGuiness of Coromandel. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 16 Oct 1901, p2 + article]
McCAW - BROOKE-TAYLOR A quiet wedding was celebrated at St. Luke's Church, Havelock North, Hawke's Bay, on July 2, when Minna, second daughter of Mr and Mrs A. BROOKE-TAYLOR, of Hastings, was married to William H. McCAW, eldest son of Mr John McCaw, of Hamilton. Canon Lush performed the ceremony, assisted by the Rev. A F Hall. Miss Doris Brooke-Taylor was bridesmaid and Mr Oswald McCaw best man. [Te Puke Times 22 July 1919 p2 and Bay Of Plenty Times , Issue 7194, 30 July 1919, Page 2]
McCAWLEY – HAMILTON A very quiet wedding was solemnised at Katikati on November 26th when Mr George McCawley was united to Rachel, youngest daughter of the late Rev John Hamilton. The ceremony, which was performed by the Rev W Katterns took place at the residence of the bride’s mother… [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 3 Dec 1902, p2]
McCRACKEN - KENSINGTON On Wednesday last, at the residence of the bride's parents, Topcroft, the wedding of Miss Nita Renira Kensington, to Mr Keith Leslie McCracken, of the 28th Reinforcements, took place the Rev. A C Wedderspoon officiating ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLV, Issue 6884, 27 June 1917, Page 3]
McCREA - ARCHER The marriage was celebrated at All Saints' Church, Palmerston North, on the 4th inst, of Miss Vera Archer, only daughter of Mr and Mra W J Archer, of Palmerston, and Mr W E McCrea, of Te Puke, Bay of Plenty and son of Mr and Mrs J A McCrea, of Palmerston. The ceremony was performed by the Rev, Mr Harvie. The happy couple received numerous congratulations end good wishes for for their futuie happiness. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIV, Issue 6585, 13 January 1916, Page 2]
MACDONNELL- QUARTERMAN The numerous acquaintances of Mr Bernard J Macdonnell, second son of the late Mr B Macdonnell of Tauranga will be interested to learn that he was married at Onehunga last week to Miss Eileen Hilda Quarterman, youngest daughter of Mr E G Quarterman of Thames. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLI, Issue 5969, 9 June 1913, Page 4]
McDOWELL – TANNER On 5 September at Holy Trinity Church, Tauranga, by the Rev Charles Jordan, Ephraim, youngest son of Henry McDowell of Te Puke to Susan, third daughter of the lat Jonathan Tanner of Desertserges, County Cork, Ireland. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 7 Sep 1888, p2 + article 5 Sep 1888]
McDOWELL - McCONNELL At the resident of Samuel Crawford, No 2 Road, Te Puke, Thomas McDOWELL and Agnes McCONNELL [Te Puke Times 12 October 1915 p2]
McEWEN - SMITH James Walter McEWEN to Marion Lucy SMITH 8 October 1914 at St John's Anglican Church, Te Puke [Te Puke Times 9 October 1914 p3]
McFARLANE – BROCK On Monday August 3, at the Bishop’s Chapel, Parnell, Auckland, by the Right Rev Bishop Cowie, assisted by the Ven Archdeacon Clarke, James Macfarlane, Bay of Islands to Emily, second daughter of George Frederick Brock Esq Liverpool, England. [Bay of Plenty Times, Sat 8 Aug 1874, p2]
McGLASHAN - BISHELL A quiet wedding was solemnised at Mrs Bishell's residence, Williams St yesterday when Mr Alexander McGlashan was united in matrimony to Miss Maud Bishell, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs T H Bishell, the ceremony being performed by the Rev A C Wedderspoon. Miss Ruby Bishell attended her sister as bridesmaid and Mr E Bourdot acted as best man. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XL, Issue 5752, 5 January 1912, Page 5 and Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XL, Issue 5752, 5 January 1912, Page 4]
McGREGOR – MOON Our Te Puke correspondent announces a wedding in that settlement between Mr R McGregor, a well known carrier on the Te Puke-Rotorua road and Miss Moon (formerly Mrs Grant)… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 18 May 1903, p2]
McKANNA – GUILFOYLE Thomas McKanna, of Tauranga, bachelor, over 21 years, to Mary Bridey Guilfoyle, of Tauranga, spinster, over 21 years, on 9 Jan 1866, at Te Papa, Tauranga by Rev A N Brown. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
MACKAY - BICKERS On September 9th, 1919 at St Peter's Presbyterian Church, Tauranga by the Rev. T Scott M.A, Thomas Sanford MACKAY, youngest son of Mr G B MacKay of Stanmore, Sydney to Hazel Frances, only daughter of Mr and Mrs H J Bickers, 'Tecoma' Tauranga. [Bay Of Plenty Times , Issue 7240, 9 October 1919, Page 2]
MacKENNA - REDMOND The many local friends of Miss Violet Redmond, who for many years was a resident of Tauranga, will be pleased to hear of her recent marriage at St Mark's Anglican Church, Remuera to Lieutenant Robert Joseph MacKenna of the Auckland District Headquarters staff...[Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLVII, Issue 7123, 5 February 1919, Page 2]
McKENZIE – BOXALL A wedding of interest to the people of Tauranga, especially those of Te Puna district, took place at Thames during the early part of this month. The contracting parties being Mr William McKenzie, late of Scotland to Miss J L Boxall, of the Thames…The bride taught for a number of years in the Thames and Te Puna schools… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 16 Nov 1903, p2]
McKENZIE – TURNER On May 3 1906, at the residence of J B Chappell, Topcroft, Tauranga, by the Rev A Hopper, Mary Jane Turner, widow of the late James Turner, Tauranga to Donald McKenzie, also of Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 9 May 1906, p2]
McKEOWN – ALEXANDER On Wednesday last, at the residence of the bride’s parents, No 2 Rd, Te Puke, the marriage of Mr John McKeown to Miss Elsie Dowty Alexander (eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs H A Alexander) was celebrated… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 23 Dec 1907, p2]
MACKRELL – HARDY On Tuesday last a very pretty wedding was solemnised at the loca Methodist Church, the contracting parties being Miss Jessie Margaret Hardy, eldest daughter of Mr Samuel Hardy of this town and Mr Richard Alexander Mackrell, eldest son of Mr Alexander Mackrell of Arch Hill, Auckland… [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 30 Jun 1905, p2 + notice]
McLEAN – McKAY At St James Church, Auckland on Monday 23rd inst, by the Rev R F Macnicol, L A McLean to Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr McKay Waiapu. [Bay of Plenty Times, Tues 26 Apr 1883, p2]
McLENNAN – GALBRAITH On December 7, at Ardencupel, Tauranga, by the Rev C Jordan BA, Alexander McLennan, Minister of St Peter’s Presbyterian Church, Tauranga, formerly of Rosshire, Scotland, to Joanna Taylor, youngest daughter of George Galbraith, Tauranga, formerly accountant of the Caledonian Railway Company, Glasgow, Scotland. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 9 Dec 1887, p2]
McLEOD - MURPHY At Papamoa William McLEOD to Ruth MURPHY, 5th daughter of Mr D Murphy of Hamilton ...[Te Puke Times 25 August 1916 p2]
McNAIR – WRIGLEY On December 21 1903, at the All Saints Church, Ponsonby, by the Venerable Archdeacon Calder, James Swift, third son of Archibald McNair of Pukeatua to Agnes Anna, second daughter of the late Firth Wrigley of Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 11 Jan 1904, p2]
McNAMARA - DANIELSSON On the 8th inst at Auckland by the Rev R J B** M.A, Hilda Helena, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Johannes Gustaf Danielsson, Armidale, New South Wales to W P McNamara, of Whakatane. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLI, Issue 5906, 10 January 1913, Page 2 and Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLI, Issue 5906, 10 January 1913, Page 2]
McNAUGHTON – BICKERS On February 22 1905, at the bride’s residence by the Rev J Richards, Colin P Campbell, third son of John McNaughton, Tauranga to Alice, youngest daughter of the late Henry Bickers, Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 27 Feb 1905, p2 + article]
McNAUGHTON – BRAIN A quiet wedding was solemnised at the residence of the bride’s parent’s yesterday morning when Mr David W McNaughton, fourth son of Mr J McNaughton was united in marriage to Miss Alice Brain, the ceremony being performed by Rev A Hopper. Miss Bessie Brain attended her sister as bridesmaid, while Mr Allen McNaughton acted as best man. During the morning Mr and Mrs McNaughton left for Waihi enroute to Wellington which city they leave on Friday on a trip of eight or nine months duration to the Old Country. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 23 Feb 1910, p2]
McNAUGHTON – CLARK On January 24, at the residence of the bride’s mother, Sunny Vale, Drury, by the Rev Thos Scott MA, Charles Ross, sixth son of John McNaughton, Green Hill, Tauranga to Barbara Adelaide, third daughter of the late James Clark of Buckland, Auckland. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 7 Feb 1906, p2
McNAUGHTON - DICKEY A wedding in which much interest was taken was celebrated on Wednesday at 'Arawa', Otumoetai the contracting parties being Mr A S McNaughton, Papakura (son of the late Mr J McNaughton, of Tauranga) and Miss May Dickey (third daughter of Mr and Mrs N Dickey) ... McNAUGHTON Alan Stuart/DICKEY Rose Ann May [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XXXIX, Issue 5630, 24 March 1911, Page 3]
McNAUGHTON – PLAISTED Mr J McNaughton, second son of Mr John McNaughton of Tauranga was married on July 14 to Miss Plaisted of Hukerenui South. [Bay of Plenty Times, Thur 31 Jul 1890, p2 + notice 4 Aug 1890]
McNAUGHTON - TAYLOR A quiet wedding was celebrated at Collingwood, the residence of Mr D Taylor on Wednesday afternoon when Miss Elizabeth Susan Mary Taylor, only daughter of Mr D Taylor was married to Mr Robert Andrew McNaughton, son of the late Mr J McNaughton ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLI, Issue 5973, 20 June 1913, Page 6]
McNICKLE – BROWN George William McNickle of Tauranga, bachelor, to Sarah Brown of Tauranga, spinster on 20 Jan 1865 by A N Brown, Tauranga. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
McQUARTERS - ANDREWS A wedding of considerable interest was solemnised in the Presbyterian Church, Te Puke,on Thursday, when Miss Ida Ruth ANDREWS, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs A. J. Andrews, of Te Puke, was married to Mr Joseph McQUARTERS of Cave, Timaru... [Te Puke Times 16 Aprl 1920 p2]
MAIR – SPERREY Miss Sperrey, the well known Wellington artist and Captain Gilbert Mair, late of New Zealand Militia now interpreter of the House of Representatives were the principals in a quiet little wedding that came off at the Bowen St Congregational Church, Wellington on Wednesday the 19th inst… [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 26 Sep 1888, p2]
MAJOR – McMILLAN In Thursday’s NZ Herald, two columns are devoted to a description of the marriage of the Rev H D A Major of Waitotara and Miss McMillan, a daughter of Mr C C McMillan, one of the partners in the firm of Messrs A Clark and Sons. The bridegroom is a son of our well known residents Mr and Mrs H D Major, Katikati. The function appears to have been one of the most fashionable and elaborate that has taken place in Auckland for a long time. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 6 Nov 1899, p2]
MAJOR – BROWN Our Wairarapa exchanges announce the marriage of a former Katikati boy, Mr Arthur C Major, younger son of the late Mr H D Major of Katikati to Miss Hilda Brown, the wedding taking place at St Mark’s Church, Carterton… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 1 Sep 1902, p2]
MANSEL - BUTLER At St Mary's Church, Hamilton on Monday last, Miss E Butler, third daughter of Mr and Mrs R Butler of Claudelands (late of Walton) was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Private R A Mansel, son of Mr and Mrs H Mansel of Gate Pa, Tauranga. The bridegroom who has been in the C1 camp was last week transferred to the Auckland Mounted Infantry, and is now with his draft at Featherston. Previous to going to camp Private Mansel was auctioneer for the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co Ltd, and had volunteered and been rejected three times for service abroad. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLVI, Issue 7009, 6 May 1918, Page 2]
MANSEL - DAVENPORT On the 8th inst. Miss Beatrix Stewart, daughter of Mrs Davenport, of the Half Way House, Ngawaro was married by the Rev. E D Rice to Mr C R Mansel, son Mr Chas. Mansel of Gate Pa. The wedding took place at the residence of Mr C E Macmillan's farm at Papamoa where a number of guests were entertained, and a large party was also entertained at the residence of the bride's parents at Ngawaro. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIII, Issue 6309, 13 February 1915, Page 5]
MANSEL – HOLLOWAY On February 22, at Holy Trinity Church, by the Rev C Jordan BA, William George Mansel of Yatton to Ethel Elphinstone Holloway. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 23 Feb 1898, p2]
MANNIX – McCONACHIE Mr Patrick Mannix, late of Tauranga was united in matrimony to Miss Kate McConachie of Owharoa by the Rev Fr Kehoe on Thursday. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 17 Feb 1892, p2]
MANSEL – SHAW On April 4, at Holy Trinity church, Tauranga, NZ by the Incumbent the Rev Charles Jordan BA, Herbert Benbow, second son of the late Commander Robert Mansel RN and grandson of the late Colonel Mansell, 6th Inniskillin Dragoons to Evelyn Sarah Helena, eldest surviving daughter of William Shaw Esq of Woodlands, Katikati, late of Celbridge, Ireland and Cheltenham, England. Home papers please copy. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 6 Apr 1891, p2 + article]
MARK – CLARKE On March 2, at Katikati, by the Rev R Scott West, John, third son of the late Rev John Mark to Mary Emily Watling, third daughter of Samuel L Clarke JP. [Bay of Plenty Times, Thur 11Mar 1889, p2]
MARKS – LEE At the residence of Mr Neumegen, Park Ave, on Wednesday last, Miss Adelaide L Lee, granddaughter of Mr A Asher of Tauranga and Mr L Marks of New Plymouth were married by the Rev S A Goldstein… [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 14 Jul 1897, p2]
MARSH - NORRIS On Wednesday Mr Arscott Marsh, second son of Mr A Marsh, of Topcroft, Tauranga was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Lily Norris, second daughter of Mr G Norris of Aongatete and late of Taranaki ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 5513, 17 June 1910, Page 2]
MARSH - SEALES On April 2nd 1919 at the residence of the brides parents, Oropi, by the Rev A Laybourne, Henry John, elder son of the late Mr and Mrs A Marsh of Tauranga to Cissie, eldest daughter of mr and Mrs J Seales of Oropi. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XVII, Issue 7149, 7 April 1919, Page 2]
MARSHALL - WILKINS A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the schoolhouse, Pongakawa when Miss Sophia Wilkins, daughter of Mr and Mrs B Wilkins, 'Warwick Farm', Pongakawa was married to Mr Marshall of Paengaroa by the Rev. Hobbs ... MARSHALL James Benjamin/WILKINS Sophia Kate [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XXXX, 20 November 1911, Page 5]
MASON – WATSON George Mason, bachelor of Tauranga to Eliza Watson, widow on 29 Feb 1866 at Te Papa, Tauranga by the Rev A N Brown. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
MASTERS – MORTON The marriage is announced of Miss Mary E B Morton (Mamie) formerly of this district and who has earned such a high reputation as an artist to Mr C M Masters, fourth son of Mr Masters of Puketoto. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 14 Apr 1902, p2]
MATTHEWS – WEBLEY On October 26th, at Trinity Church, Tauranga, by the Rev Charles Jordan BA, Maurice John Matthews, eldest son of the late Thomas Matthews of Leeds, to Fanny Maria Webley, second daughter of Joseph Webley of Auckland. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 26 Oct 1881, p2]
MAULDER - THOMPSON A quiet but pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr T Thompson, Fifth Avenue, on 30th June, when Miss Ruby, daughter of Mr Thompson was married to Mr Arthur Maulder of Waipawa, Hawke's Bay ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLII, Issue 6132, 3 July 1914, Page 5]
MAYHEW - BARNETT At the resident of the bride's mother, No 2 Road, Te Puke Lucy BARNETT to George MAYHEW ... [Te Puke Times 22 February 1916 p2]
MAYNARD - LETCHER The marriage was solemnised at the Baptist Church, Ponsonby on October 26th of Mr C H F MAYNARD, second son of Mr and Mrs J H Maynard of Te Puke, and Miss L Letcher, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Letcher of Illogan, Cornwall who arrived from England by the Tainui on October 23rd. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. E Evans. The honeymoon was spent at Rotorua. [Te Puke Times 12 November 1920, Page 2] LETCHER Lilian Mary/MAYNARD Cecil Henry Foster.
MAXWELL – EDGAR Mr J F Maxwell has joined the great majority of benedicts. He was married at Auckland to Miss Edgar. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 8 Jul 1891, p2 + 10 Jul 1891]
MAXWELL – WADDELL On Monday Mr W Maxwell married Miss Waddell… [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 2 May 1900, p2]
MEDDINS – MAXWELL On 25 July, at the residence of the bride’s parents Grafton Lodge, Durham St, Tauranga, by the Rev J Headrick, Howard Giles Meddins to Maud, daughter of John Maxwell of Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 2 Aug 1897, p2]
MEEHAN- FIELDING On the 14th inst, at Trinity Church, Tauranga, by the Rev Charles Jordan, BA, William Meehan to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr John Fielding, Waimapu, Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 20 Sep 1876, p2]
MEGGETT - McCORMICK A pretty wedding was celebrated at the Presbyterian Church, Tauranga on May 8, when Miss Ethel McCormick, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs P McCormick (late of Tauranga) was married to Mr Thomas Meggett, second son of the late Mr T V Meggett, of Boston, Lincolnshire, England ...[Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLV, Issue 6865, 14 May 1917, Page 2]
MEHARRY - JENKINS On Tuesday afternoon, at the residence of the bride's father, Pongakawa, Miss Mabel Constance JENKINS, danghter of Mr Claude Davenport Jenkins, was united in matrimony to Mr James Alexander MEHARRY... [Te Puke Times 24 August 1917 p3 and Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLV, Issue 6905, 29 August 1917, Page 2]
MEMMOTT - COLLINS A pretty wedding took place at St Mary's Roman Catholic Church this morning, the contracting parties being Mr Joseph Memmott, of Waihi and Miss Margaret Collins, of Tauranga ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XL, Issue 5749, 27 December 1911, Page 5]
MERRICK – FRANCIS On Wednesday morning a very pretty wedding was solemnised at Holy Trinity Church when Miss Margaret Francis, youngest daughter of Mr T Francis of Tauranga and formerly of Sandhurst, Melbourne was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr William Merrick of Te Puna, the ceremony being performed by the Rev H S Davies… [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 29 Jun 1906, p2 + 2 Jul 1906]
MERRIMAN - ANDERSON A pretty wedding was solemnised at Trinity Church yesterday afternoon when Mr Ernest William Merriman, third son of Mr J Merriman of Opotiki was united in matrimony to Miss Emily Anderson, fourth daughter of Mr A W Anderson of Tauranga ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XXLIX, Issue 5667, 21 June 1911, Page 2]
MEYER - NICHOLS A pretty wedding took place at the residence of Mr and Mrs W. Nichols (Gate Pa) on Wednesday last, when their daughter, Miss Emily F. A. Nichols, was united in matrimony to Mr E. E Meyer, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred A. Meyer, of New Lynn, Auckland, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. A. C. Wedderpoon... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLV, Issue 68220, 12 March 1917, Page 3]
MIDDLEBROOK – REAY Katikati. Yesterday Mr S Middlebrook was united in the bonds of matrimony to Miss M A Reay by the Rev Mr Fairley. There was a large gathering of neighbours and friends and your representative was to the fore and had a share of the good things going. Dancing and music were indulged in till nine o’clock when the bride and bridegroom took their departure for their new home amidst the cheers of all present and to the lively strains of “He’s a jolly good fellow” shouted as only country beings can shout. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 29 May 1882, p2]
MIDDLEBROOK - WRIGHT Our Katikati correspondent reports that an interesting wedding was solemnised on the 7th inst in the Church of England, Katikati when Mr Bertie Middlebrook was united in matrimony to Miss Wright, daughter of one of the leading settlers of the district. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIII, Issue 6360, 16 April 1915, Page 2]
MILLAR – NORRIS On February 24, at Trinity Church, by the Rev Canon Jordan, Amy Marion, eldest daughter of the late Captain E G and Mrs A H Norris of Tauranga to Charles James, seventh son of the late S S Millar MD of London, England. Home papers please copy. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 24 Feb 1909, p2 + article]
MILLINGTON – CARVER On Saturday 12 August, at Holy Trinity Church, Tauranga by the Rev W H Bawden, Charles Richard Millington to Nina Clarice Carver. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 16 Aug 1905, + article]
MILLS – MUNRO On September 23, at the residence of the Rev A C Soutar, Otara, Opotiki, David Mills of Greenville Farm, Otara, Opotiki to Miss J M T Munro, only daughter of Mrs J Bodell, Bradgate Villa, Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 26 Sep 1888, p2]
MILLS – STUART A very pretty choral wedding took place at St Peter’s Church, Katikati on Tuesday 23rd inst when Mr Thomas W Mills of Waikino was married to Elizabeth Susan (Lily) second daughter of the late Robert Stuart… [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 26 Sep 1902, p2]
MITCHELL - WARD On Monday, December 30, a very pretty wedding was celebrated at 26 Barrack Street, Wanganui, when Miss Ivy WARD, second daughter of Mr Henry Ward, Papamoa, was married to Mr Henry MITCHELL (returned soldier) son of T. Mitchell, Te Puke. The newly-married couple, who were the recipients of many useful presents, will reside in Wanganui. [Te Puke Times 31 December 1918 p2]
MOFFIT – GOODALL At Tadmor, on April 30, by the Rev W S Lucas, S L Moffit to Eleanor M Goodall, daughter of S Goodall Esq of Tadmor. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 8 May 1901, p2]
MOLONY – TUTHILL On February 13, at Trinity Church, Tauranga, by the Rev Charles Jordan, Arthur James, third son of Major John Sharman Molony, late of 83rd Regiment of Hylton, Coaticook, Canada to Cecily Louisa, second daughter of the late Marius Tuthill Esq of Mount Armstrong, County Kildare, Ireland. [Bay of Plenty Times, Thur 18 Feb 1886, p2]
MONTGOMERY - CLAYTON At St Luke's Parish Church, Rotorua, Ernest MONTGOMERY and Annie Mabel CLAYTON [aka Annie Motoi CLAYTON] [Te Puke Times 31 October 1913 p3]
MOON – DONNELLY A wedding took place between two Gate Pah residents yesterday morning before the Registrar Mr Thompson, the contracting parties being Mr Fred Moon and Mrs Donnelly. We wish them happiness and prosperity. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 26 Jul 1893, p2]
MORRIS – GLEDSTANES On March 12, St Mary’s Church, Parnell, by the Rev Curzon Siggers, George Charles Wodley, eldest son of the Hon Capt G B Morris of Auckland to Evyleen Richmal Horridge, youngest daughter of the late Robert Horridge Gledstanes Esq of Twickenham, Kings Co, Ireland. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 25 Mar 1896, p2]
MORRIS - LOCHHEAD On Wednesday afternoon Mr David Owen Morris, stationmaster, Takanini was married to Miss Margery May Lochhead, second daughter of Mr Thomas Lochhead, Te Puna ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLII, Issue 6090, 20 March 1914, Page 5]
MORRIS – VERCOE On Wednesday morning the marriage was solemnised at Trinity Church of Miss Alma Vercoe, sixth daughter of one of our oldest settlers Mr J L Vercoe to Mr C H Morris of Te Puke, the ceremony being performed by the Rev C Jordan, vicar…left for their new home at Te Puke. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 5 Jul 1901, p2]
MORROW – REA Katikati. The popular captain of our football team, Mr David Morrow was married on January 24 to Miss E Rea; owing to the delicate state of health of Mr S Rea, the bride’s father, invitations were limited to the immediate relatives and a few intimate friends. The Rev W Katterns performed the ceremony… [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 12 Feb 1894, p4]
MORSE – CULLEN A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the residence of the bride’s parents, Camp Tauranga, yesterday afternoon when Mr Albert John Morse, third son of Mr R Morse of Cambridge was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Fanny Margaret Cullen of this town… [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 26 Jun 1907, p2]
MORTON – MULVANEY On 11th February, at the residence of the bride’s father, by the Very Revd J Mahoney, Kenneth Morton of Longland, Aongatete to Josephine, fifth daughter of Thomas J Mulvaney CE, Bayview, Katikati. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 17 Feb 1890]
MOSSOP – MACAULAY On March 24, at Vavau, Friendly Islands, by Rev James Alfred Bowring, Charlie, youngest son of the late William Mossop of Dublin, to Marguretta, third daughter of James Macaulay, late of Ballymena, Ireland, now of Auckland, NZ. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 11 Apr 1892, p2 + article]
MUIR – ALLELY On January 3 1906, at Trinity Church, by Rev W Bawden MA, Robert Henry, second son of John Muir of Thames to Sarah Maude, youngest daughter of Thomas Allely, Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 5 Jan 1906, p2 + article]
MULGAN – JOHNSTON On January 4, a the Parish Church, Tauranga, by the Rev C Jordan, Edward K Mulgan Esq to Frances Maria, second daughter of Rev Canon Johnston of Hillside Katikati and of Fort Johnston, county Monaghan, Ireland [Bay of Plenty Times, Sat 8 Jan 1881, p2]
MUMFORD – CRAMER-ROBERTS This morning there was celebrated in Holy Trinity Church, one of the most fashionable weddings which have taken place here for some time past, the Rev Chas Jordan, Vicar, officiating. The contracting parties were Mr Harold E Mumford of Morningside, Otumoetai and Miss Ethel Cramer Roberts of Lynnbury… [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 21 Nov 1900, p2]
MUNRO – ROSS On 3 December at St David’s Church, Auckland, by the Rev McKenzie Fraser, James, eldest son of the late Mr James Munro of Glasgow and step-son of Mr James Bodell, Tauranga to Jessie Barclay, youngest daughter of the late Mr John Ross of Edinburgh, Scotland. Home and American papers please copy. [Bay of Plenty Times, Sat 10 Dec 1881, p2]
MUNRO – RHODES On Saturday March 21, at Trinity Church, Tauranga, by the Rev C Jordan BA, Peter, third son of the James Munro and stepson of James Bodell, Tauranga to Ida M, eldest daughter of the late Richard Mark Rhodes, Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 23 Mar 1891, p2]
MURPHY - RENNIE A very pretty wedding was celebrated at the residence of the bride's mother at Tauranga on Tuesday last when John William Murphy, eldest son of the late John Murphy and Mrs S Gear was married to Eva May, eldest daughter of Mrs Rennie ...[Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIV, Issue 6558, 7 December 1915, Page 4]
MURRAY – GOW On 3 August, at Carmylie, Opotiki, by the father of the bride, John Patrick Murray, Totara, Opotiki, to Cicilia, daughter of the Rev John Gow. [Bay of Plenty Times, Sat 14 Aug 1880, p2]
MURRAY- DEVEY On the 16th inst., at Te Aroha, by the Rev W Ferguson, John, only son of Mr John Murray, late of Mount Stuart, Otago, to Caroline Ida, second daughter of Mr George Devey, Te Aroha. [Te Aroha News, Sat 19 Apr 1884, p2, col 1]
MURRAY – RAPAERA A wedding in which considerable interest has been taken was solemnised by the Rev Haumia at Kutaroa, Matakana Island on Sunday last, the 28th inst. The contracting parties were Mr Hone Murray, son of the late David Murray and Te Rere Rapaera, a niece of Tawhiri, chief of the Ngaituwhiwhiu hapu… [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 31 May 1905, p2 + notice]
NANCARROW – HEWITT On the 7th November at Tauranga, by the Rev Edward Barber, Joseph Nancarrow, Inspector of Steamers, to Annie, youngest daughter of the late Lieutenant Thomas Hewitt RN Dublin. [Taranaki Herald, 20 Nov 1883]
NEWBERRY - ATTRILL On 13 March 1917 in the Presbyterian Church, Te Puke Frank Le Blanc NEWBERRY to Katherine Victoria ATTRILL ... [Te Puke Times 13 March 1917 p2 and Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLV, Issue 6842, 19 March 1917, Page 2]
NEILSON - BATES On Friday morning the wedding took place in St Peter's Church of Mr Robert Neilson, Corriegills, Waihi to Miss Helena Mary Bates, second daughter of Daniel Bates Esq., J.P, Crosshill, Glasgow. Rev A C Wedderspoon, uncle of the bridegroom officiating ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLI, Issue 5925, 24 February 1913, Page 2]
NENO - FOXCROFT A pretty wedding was solemnised at the Methodist Church on Wednesday afternoon when Mr Albert Neno of Taneatua, and formerly of Wellington, was united in matrimony to Miss Mary Foxcroft, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Foxcroft, of 'Sunnyside', Tauranga ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XL, Issue 5755, 12 January 1912, Page 8 and Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XL, Issue 5755, 12 January 1912, Page 4]
NGAWHIKA – RAUPATA A very interesting double wedding took place at the Anglican Mission Church, Maketu on Monday last, the ceremony being performed by the Rev Rameka. The contracting parties were …Mr Hoani Ngawhika and Miss Raupata. Both bridegrooms are son of Mr Ngawhika of the Ngatiawa… [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 8 Jan 1909, p2]
NGAWHIKA – WAKATU A very interesting double wedding took place at the Anglican Mission Church, Maketu on Monday last, the ceremony being performed by the Rev Rameka. The contracting parties were Mr Patara Ngawhika and Miss Wakatu…Both bridegrooms are son of Mr Ngawhika of the Ngatiawa… [Bay of Plenty Times, Fri 8 Jan 1909, p2]
NICHOLLS – HENWOOD A wedding was celebrated yesterday in Tauranga between Mr Nicholls and Miss Henwood, both of Te Puke. [Bay of Plenty Times, Wed 22 Dec 1897 p2]
NIVEN – ORME As the ss Glenelg steamed up to the wharf yesterday morning she was gaily decorated fore and aft with bunting in honour of the two wedding parties who were aboard viz Mr and Mrs J Niven and Mr and Mrs Charles Marshall Buckworth. Mr [James] Niven, who is well known in Tauranga and Opotiki as the popular CT for McArthur and Co, found a life partner [Janet Orme] for his joys and sorrows in Nelson… [Bay of Plenty Times, Sat 24 Feb 1883, p2]
NOAKES – PATTULLO A wedding of considerable interest took place at St James Presbyterian Church, Waihi when Mr Norman L Noakes of Onehunga was married to Miss Mary Pattullo, second daughter of the Rev J L Pattullo of Waihi… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 19 Nov 1906, p2]
NOBLE - INGRAM Sgt-Major (Sydney Alexander) NOBLE to Miss Neilina INGRAM at the Presbyterian Church, Whangarei (long report) [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIX, Issue 7498, 18 September 1920, Page 3]
NORRIE – SALTER A very pretty “rose” wedding took place on Wednesday at “Athenree” the residence of the Rev W L Salter, the contracting parties being the Rev Arnold Hector Norrie of Te Puke, youngest son of the late Rev Mr Norrie of Papakura and Miss Adeline Harwood Salter, eldest daughter of the Rev W L Salter… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 30 Nov 1908, p2]
NORRIS – CAMPBELL On July 22, at St Mary’s Parnell, by the Rev Dr Maunsell, Ebenezer Goddard Norris Esq of Tauranga to Amelia Harriet, daughter of the late Captain Colin Campbell of Auckland. [Southern Cross, 21 Jul 1868, p2]
NORRIS - CHIVERS One of the largest and most interesting weddings that has taken place for some time was celebrated at 2.30pm on August 30 at St Hilda's Church, Island Bay, Wellington, the contracting parties being Miss Edith Annie Chivers, eldest daughter of Mr J Chivers, of Swindon, England and niece of Mr Richard Keene, of Island Bay and Mr Colin Campbell Norris J.P, Licensing Commissioner of the Tauranga Electorate, eldest son of the late Captain E G Norris of Tauranga ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XXXX, Issue 5702, 11 September 1911, Page 4]
NORRIS – ROSE On December 29, at the residence of Mrs Rose, Pukiti Bay, Waiheke Island, by the Rev T Evershed, Gregory George, second son of the late Captain Norris of Tauranga to Edith, second daughter of the late E Rose Esq of Kinthury, Berkshire, England and Waiheke Island. Home papers please copy. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 4 Jan 1909, p2]
NORRIS – SMITH On February 1 1902, at Holy Trinity Church, Tauranga, by the Rev Charles Jordan, BA, vicar, Frederick William Tudway, only son of the late Capt William Norris to May Constance, eldest daughter of E L Smith Esq, of Tauranga. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 3 Feb 1902, + article]
NORRIS - TANNER A very quiet and pretty wedding took place yesterday morning at 11.30, when Mr Leonard Norris, son of Mr Joseph Norris, Huntingdonshire, England, was married at Holy Trinity Church by the Rev. E. D. Rice to Minnie, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Tanner of Tauranga ... [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIV, Issue 6580, 6 January 1916, Page 3]
O’CONNOR – RYAN On Wednesday last a pretty wedding was solemnised at Te Puke when Mr Charles O’Connor, eldest son of Mr P O’Connor of Ashburton was united in matrimony to Miss Mary Ryan, third daughter of Mr C Ryan of Te Puke, the ceremony being performed by the Rev Father Van Dijk of Tauranga… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 1 Jul 1907, p2]
OGDEN – KERWIN John Ogden, bachelor, of Tauranga, over 21 years to Ann Jane Kerwin, widow, of Tauranga, over 21 years, on 16 Mar 1866 at Te Papa, Tauranga by the Rev A N Brown. [Brown, Alfred Nesbitt Papers, Reel 11]
OGILVIE-GRANT – HARDY-JOHNSTON The marriage of the Hon Trevor Ogilvie-Grant, youngest son of the late Earl of Seafield to Miss Hardy-Johnston of Christchurch was celebrated a few days ago. The Dowager Countess of Seafield and her family resided in Tauranga for some time a few years ago… [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 15 Jan 1906, p2]
OGRAM - MONTGOMERY Eric George OGRAM, only son of Mr and Mrs G Ogram of Te Puke and Susan Vivienne, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs A Montgomery (long report) [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLIX, Issue 7538, 23 December 1920, Page 2]
OLIVER (GOLDEN WEDDING) At Bethlehem, on the last day of the old year, a large number of relatives and friends met at the residence of Mr J. W. Oliver to celebrate the golden wedding of Mr and Mrs Charles Oliver. Fifty years ago they were married in New Plymouth in the year 1868 by the Rev. C. Waters. Tbeir parents came out together to New Zealand in the ship Amelia Thompson ia the year 1844. The two families settled in the Taranaki district and there Mr and Mrs Oliver were born and lived until about nine years ago when they moved to the Bay of Plenty, their present home. They have family of four sons and three daughters living, twenty-five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mr Oliver is the youngest son of the late Mr James Oliver and was born in the year 1843. Mrs Oliver is the only daughter of the late Mr W Allen all of Taranaki. Their youngest son, Harold is now in France, serving his King and country, and some of their grandsons have done their share in winning the war. Mr Oliver is one of the few remaining veterans of the Maori War, and he is the holder of the Maori War medal and also possesses the Veteran's Medal. Corporal Charles Oliver enlisted at the early age of 17 and served in the war for nearly 7 years, passing through many exciting experiences during that time. At the close of the war he took up bush land in the Mangorei district, near New Plymouth, and here they carved out a home. Mr and Mrs Oliver belong to the sturdy pioneer settlers of the early days of New Zealand, who helped to build this Dominion of the Southern Seas. The happy gathering was concluded by many congratulations and good wishes by those present, and telegrams from others, the singing of a Christmas hymn and the National Anthem. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLVI, Issue 7110, 6 January 1919, Page 3]
OLIVER - ROWE At the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Mercer, on April 20th, 1920, Harold Albert, youngest son of Mr and Mrs C. Oliver, to Eileen Myrtle Kathleen, third daughter of Mr and Mrs W. J Rowe, of Bethlehem, Tauranga. [Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLVIII, Issue 7389, 23 April 1920, Page 2 and Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XLVIII, Issue 7390, 24 April 1920, Page 3]
OMEROD – WALLACE Te Puke. On Tuesday Miss Wallace, eldest daughter of our esteemed townsman Mr Gavin Wallace was married at her parents’ residence to Mr Omerod of Auckland. [Bay of Plenty Times, Mon 30 Oct 1905, p2]


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