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Osman Oliver MACKLEY

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1877 / 9331.
"MACKLEY, Osman Oliver; mother is Esther; father is John Charles."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1965 / 41592.
"MACKLEY, Osman Oliver; 87 years."

3Cemetery Index - New Zealand, Manawatu District Council (http://www.mdc.govt.nz/asp/publicregisters.asp?level1=public_registers&level2=cemetery_search).
"Name: Mackley, Osman Oliver
Age: 87
Occupation: Retired
Marital Status: Married
Denomination/Religion: Anglican
Date of Death: 27/08/1965
Date of Interment: 28/08/1965
Interment Type: Unknown
Cemetery: Feilding
Sub/Block: 3
Row: 17
Plot Number: 854
Interment ID: 1598
Monument Inscription: In loving memory of Osman Oliver Mackley died 27th August 1965 in his 88th year. Beloved husband of Anne Elizabeth died 25th August 1968 in her 83rd year. The best parents ever. At Rest."

4Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1912 / 4818.
"PICKIN, Anne Elizabeth; and MACKLEY, Osman Oliver."

5Newspaper - The Dominion, Volume 5; Issue 1499; Page 3, 23 Jul 1912.
"WOMAN'S WORLD
Wedding at Johnsonville
A very pretty wedding look place on July 17 at St. John's Church, Johnsonville, when Miss Annie Pickin, youngest daughter of Mrs. Pickin, of Johnsonville, was married to Mr. Osmond Mackley, fifth son of Mr. G. H. Mackley, of Invercargill. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. F. H. Petrie, the church being prettily decorated for the occasion. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Alfred Pickin, wore a gown of silk eolienne trimmed with real lace and pearls, with the usual veil and orange blossoms, and carried a shower bouquet of freesias and autumn leaves. She was attended by Miss Constance Ball, in a very pretty gown of silk taffetas, and a large black hat trimmed with cord and white feathers, and Misses Isabel Blandford and Myrtle Coman (nieces of the bride) who wore frocks of white silk and hats to match. They carried bouquets of violets and maidenhair fern, and Miss Ball carried a shower bouquet of freesias and autumn leaves. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. Len Pickin, brother of the bride. After the ceremony a reception was held at the. residence of the bride's mother, a large number of guests being present. The usual toasts were honoured. Mr. and Mrs. Mackley left for Wellington, en route for the north, the bride wearing a navy blue tailor-made costume, with hat en suite.".


Anne Elizabeth PICKEN

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1886 / 10577.
"PICKIN, Anne Elizabeth; mother is Caroline Alice; father is William."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1968 / 44450.
"MACKLEY, Anne Elizabeth; 82 years."

3Cemetery Index - New Zealand, Manawatu District Council (http://www.mdc.govt.nz/asp/publicregisters.asp?level1=public_registers&level2=cemetery_search).
"Name: Mackley, Anne Elizabeth
Age: 82
Marital Status: Widow/Widower
Denomination/Religion: Anglican
Date of Death: 25/08/1968
Date of Interment: 27/08/1968
Interment Type: Unknown
Cemetery: Feilding
Sub/Block: 3
Row: 17
Plot Number: 853
Interment ID: 1597
Monument Inscription: In loving memory of Osman Oliver Mackley Died 27th August 1965 in his 88th year Beloved husband of Anne Elizabeth Died 25th August 1968 in her 83rd year The best parents ever At Rest."

4Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1912 / 4818.
"PICKIN, Anne Elizabeth; and MACKLEY, Osman Oliver."

5Newspaper - The Dominion, Volume 5; Issue 1499; Page 3, 23 Jul 1912.
"WOMAN'S WORLD
Wedding at Johnsonville
A very pretty wedding look place on July 17 at St. John's Church, Johnsonville, when Miss Annie Pickin, youngest daughter of Mrs. Pickin, of Johnsonville, was married to Mr. Osmond Mackley, fifth son of Mr. G. H. Mackley, of Invercargill. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. F. H. Petrie, the church being prettily decorated for the occasion. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Alfred Pickin, wore a gown of silk eolienne trimmed with real lace and pearls, with the usual veil and orange blossoms, and carried a shower bouquet of freesias and autumn leaves. She was attended by Miss Constance Ball, in a very pretty gown of silk taffetas, and a large black hat trimmed with cord and white feathers, and Misses Isabel Blandford and Myrtle Coman (nieces of the bride) who wore frocks of white silk and hats to match. They carried bouquets of violets and maidenhair fern, and Miss Ball carried a shower bouquet of freesias and autumn leaves. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. Len Pickin, brother of the bride. After the ceremony a reception was held at the. residence of the bride's mother, a large number of guests being present. The usual toasts were honoured. Mr. and Mrs. Mackley left for Wellington, en route for the north, the bride wearing a navy blue tailor-made costume, with hat en suite.".


William PICKEN

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Death 1894 / 1830.
"PICKIN, William; 57 years."

2Newspaper - Evening Post, Volume XLVII; Issue 52; Page 2, 2 Mar 1894.
"DEATH
PICKEN - On the 28th February, at Ngahauranga after a lingering illness, William Picken; deeply regretted."

3Civil Registration, Death - New Zealand, Death 1894 / 1830, NZ Registrar General.
"When died - 18 February 1894
Where died - Ngahauranga
Name - William Pickin
Occupation - Farmer
Sex - Male
Age - 57 years
Cause of death - Lobar pneumonia, 6 weeks; Gangrene of lung, 1 week;
Medical attendant - Dr. Whitehead; 27 February 1894
Father - William Pickin; Solicitor
Mother - Eliza Pickin; formerly Sparrow.
Where buried - Johnsonville
When buried - 2 March 1894
Religion - Church of England
Where born - England
How long in New Zealand - 39 years
Where married - Wellington
At what age married - 28 years
To whom married - Caroline Alice White
Living issue - males 25, 21, 19, 17, 14, 12, 11, 8, 5; females - 27, 26, 22, 7
Informant - William Eades; undertaker; Wellington."

4Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1866 / 6316.
"WHITE, Caroline Alice; and PICKEN, William."


Caroline Alice WHITE

1Census 1851 - England, HO107; piece 1768; folio 467; page 32.
Caroline Alice White is listed as Daughter; 3 years old; Annuitant's daughter; born at Hertford, St. Johns.

2Newspaper - New Zealand Herald, Volume LXIV; Issue 19722; Page 10, 23 Aug 1927.
"OBITUARY
MRS. C. E. PICKIN.
[BY TELEGRAPH. —OWN. CORRESPONDENT.]
TAUMARUNUI Monday
Mrs. Caroline Ellis Pickin died yesterday at the residence of her son, Mr. S. Pickin, Taringamotu. Mrs. Pickin, who had lived at Johnsonville until a few months ago, arrived in New Zealand 71 years ago, landing at Petone Beach, Well ington. She married in Wellington and nine of her thirteen children are still living. Mrs. Pickin was sister of Sir Henry White, private solicitor to the Roya! Family, who died about two years ago."

3Newspaper - Evening Post, Volume CIV; Issue 61; Page 13, 9 Sep 1927.
"Obituary
The death of a well-known resident of Johnsonville, Mrs. Caroline Alice Pickin, took place at the residence of her son, Mr. Sydney Pickin, at Taringamotu, near Taumarunui, where she had been staying recently. Mrs. Pickin came to New Zealand seventy-one years ago with her parents, and was married at tho age of twenty. She spent the first few years of her life at Featherston, then came to Khandallah, living later at Johnsonville for thirty years. One brother, Mr. Henry White, was a solicitor to the Royal Family, and the other brother, Mr. Charles White, passed away a few months ago. Her sister, Mrs. Edwards, of Khandallah, is the only surviving member of the family. Mrs. Pickin will be missed by a large circle of friends. She leaves nine of her thirteen sons and daughters and many grandchildren."

4Newspaper - Evening Post, Volume CIV; Issue 47; Page 13, 24 Aug 1927.
"WOMEN IN PRINT
The death occurred at Taumarunui on Sunday last of Mrs. Caroline Alice Pickin, widow of the late William Pickin, who resided at Ngahauranga for many years. The deceased lady was 80 years of age."

5Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Death 1927 / 6717.
"PICKIN, Caroline Alice; 80 years old."

6Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1866 / 6316.
"WHITE, Caroline Alice; and PICKEN, William."


Caroline Alice PICKEN

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1866 / 14048.
"PICKIN, Caroline Alice; mother is Caroline Alice; father is William."


William PICKEN

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1868 / 17825.
"PICKIN, William; mother is Caroline Alice; father is William."

2Newspaper - Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume 44; Issue 13648; Page 4, 25 Sep 1918.
"DEATH
PECKIN - At the Masterton Hospital on Tuesday, September 25th, William, son of the late William and Caroline Picken, of Johnsonville; aged 50 years."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1918 / 5681.
"PICKEN, William; 50 years."


Herbert PICKEN

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1879 / 16779.
"PICKIN, Herbert; mother is Caroline Alice; father is William."

2Newspaper - Evening Post, Volume LXVII; Issue 144; Page 6, 18 Jun 1904.
"FUNERAL NOTICE.
The Friends of Mrs. W. Pickin are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of her late beloved son, Herbert, which will leave her residence, Johnsonville, to-morrow (Sunday), 19th June, 1904, at 2 p.m., for the Johnsonville cemetery. J. FLYGER AND CO., Undertakers and Embalmers, Telephone 1073. 20, Cuba-street.".


Frederick John PICKEN

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1882 / 2469.
"PICKIN, Frederick John; mother is Caroline Alice; father is William."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1904 / 7080.
"PICKIN, Frederick John; 23 years."

3Newspaper - Evening Post, Volume LXVIII; Issue 98; Page 6, 22 Oct 1904.
"FUNERAL NOTICE.
THE Friends of the late Mr. Frederick J. Pickin are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave his mother's residence, Johnsonville, To-morrow (Sunday), 23rd October, 1904, at 2.30 p.m. for the Johnsonville Cemetery. J. J. FLYGER AND CO., Undertakers and Embalmers, 20, Cuba-street.

JOHNSONVILLE CRICKET CLUB.
THE members of the Johnsonville Cricket Club are invited to attend the funeral of their late Comrade, Frederic Picken, which leaves his Mother's residence at 2.30 To-morrow (Sunday) Afternoon. F. CORDING, Secretary.".


Leonard PICKEN

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1888 / 545.
"PICKIN, Leonard; mother is Caroline Alice; father is William."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1951 / 21072.
"PICKIN, Leonard; 56 years."


Asa GLOYN

1FreeBMD Index (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com), Death DEC 1871; Okehampton; 5b; 341.
"GLOYN, Asa; 70 years old."

2England - National Probate Index, 1871; page 120.
"GLOYN Asa 26 December The Will of Asa Gloyn formerly of Halstock in the parish of Okehampton but late of Drewsteignton both in the County of Devon Farmer who died 19 October 1871 at Drewsteignton was proved at Exeter by John Gloyn of Drewsteignton Farmer the Nephew one of the executors. Effects under 200 pounds."

3Family Search website (https://familysearch.org).
Marriage 21 Mar 1827 at Okehampton, Devon; Asa GLOYNE; and Grace CURSON.


Grace CURSON

1Census 1861 - England, RG9; piece 1467; folio 7; page 8.
Grace Gloyn is listed as Wife; married; 58 years old; Farmer's wife; born at South Tawton, Devon.

2FreeBMD Index (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com), Death MAR 1866; Okehampton; 5b; 337.
"GLOYN, Grace; 63 years old."

3Family Search website (https://familysearch.org).
Marriage 21 Mar 1827 at Okehampton, Devon; Asa GLOYNE; and Grace CURSON.


William HILDRETH

1Newspaper - Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XL; Issue 204; Page 2, 19 Aug 1876.
"MARRIED
HILDRETH-BRYANT - On August 17, at the residence of the bride's father, by the rev. C. Moon, Mr. William Hildreth, of Mount Heslington, to Mary Townsend, second daughter of Mr. Lewis Bryant, River Terrace [Home papers copy please]."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Marriage 1876/1814.
"BRYANT, Mary Townsend; and HILDRETH, William."


Mary Townsend BRYANT

1Newspaper - Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XL; Issue 204; Page 2, 19 Aug 1876.
"MARRIED
HILDRETH-BRYANT - On August 17, at the residence of the bride's father, by the rev. C. Moon, Mr. William Hildreth, of Mount Heslington, to Mary Townsend, second daughter of Mr. Lewis Bryant, River Terrace [Home papers copy please]."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Marriage 1876/1814.
"BRYANT, Mary Townsend; and HILDRETH, William."


Aileen Elizabeth WHITE

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1901 / 12253.
"WHITE, Aileen Elizabeth; mother is Harriet Georgina; father is Charles Edward."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1933 / 8089.
"WHITE, Aileen Elizabeth; and HUTHNANCE, George Herbert."


Charles Edward WHITE

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1858 / 5450.
"WHITE, NR; mother is Annie Elizabeth; father is Henry Arthur."

2Newspaper - Evening Post, Volume CXIII; Issue 14; Page 1, 18 Jan 1927.
"DEATHS
WHITE - On the 17th January, 1927, at Palmerston North, Charles Edward, beloved husband of Haddie White, and youngest son of the late Henry Arnold and Annie Elizabeth White, of Khandallah, in his 71st year."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1927 / 597.
"WHITE, Charles Edward; 70 years."

4Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1898 / 1459.
"WHITE, Charles Edward; and REVELL, Harriet Georgina."


Harriet Georgina REVELL

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Marriage 1898 / 1459.
"WHITE, Charles Edward; and REVELL, Harriet Georgina."


Charles William WHITE

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1906 / 7205.
"WHITE, Charles William; mother is Harriet Georgina; father is Charles Edward."


Harold Duncan KIRKUS

1Census 1911 - England, RG14; piece 19966; Schedule 517.
Harold Duncan Kirkus is listed as Son; 3 years old; born at Grimsby, Lincs.

2FreeBMD Index (http://freebmd.rootsweb.com), Birth JUn 1908; Grimsby; 7a; 610.
"KIRKUS, Harold Duncan."

3FreeBMD Index, Marriage DEC 1934; Grimsby; 7a; 1683.
"KIRKUS, Harold D; and DRURY, Madeline R."