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Robert Roger Middleton RAY

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1863 / 12773.
"RAY, Robert Roger Middleton; mother is Elizabeth; father is Robert."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1920 / 3481.
"RAY, Robert Roger Middleton; 58 years old."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1916 / 1730.
"WINSTANLEY, Margaret; and RAY, Robert Roger Middleton."


Margaret JOHNSON

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Death 1934 / 12521.
"RAY, Margaret; 68 years old."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1916 / 1730.
"WINSTANLEY, Margaret; and RAY, Robert Roger Middleton."


Francis Herbert WINSTANLEY

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1893 / 18005.
"WINSTANLEY, Francis Herbert; mother is Mary Ann; father is Francis David."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1967 / 30499.
"WINSTANLEY, Francis Herbert; 73 years old."

3New Zealand Society of Genealogists - Marriages 1836-1956 CD-ROM, Marriage 1936; folio 02332.
"WINSTANLEY, Francis Herbert; and BOYD, Rose Elizabeth."


Rose Elizabeth BOYD

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Death 2002 / 4172.
"Winstanley, Rose Elizabeth; born 9 March 1905."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Birth 1905 / 878.
"BOYD, Rose Lizzie; mother is Annie; father is David Lynn."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 2002 / 4172.
"Winstanley, Rose Elizabeth; born 9 March 1905."

4New Zealand Society of Genealogists - Marriages 1836-1956 CD-ROM, Marriage 1936; folio 02332.
"WINSTANLEY, Francis Herbert; and BOYD, Rose Elizabeth."


Arthur James Hinton MCALPINE

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1888 / 18235.
"MCALPINE, Arthur James Hinton; mother is Rose; father is James."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1918 / 5706.
"MCALPINE, Arthur James Hinton; 30 years old."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1911 / 4089.
"WINSTANLEY, Gertrude Alice; and MCALPINE, Arthur James Hinton."


Gertrude Alice WINSTANLEY

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1888/18720.
"WINSTANLEY, Gertrude Alice; mother is Margaret; father is Charles Frederick."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1942 / 18333.
"MCALPINE, Gertrude Alice; 53 years old."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1911 / 4089.
"WINSTANLEY, Gertrude Alice; and MCALPINE, Arthur James Hinton."


Henry Frederick MCALPINE

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1912 / 2373.
"MCALPINE, Henry Frederick; mother is Gertrude Alice; father is Arthur James Hinton."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 2000 / 16198.
"MCALPINE, Henry Frederick; born 22 February 1912."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 2000 / 16198.
"MCALPINE, Henry Frederick; born 22 February 1912."


Edward Albert NAPIER

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Death 1984 / 37157.
"NAPIER, Edward Albert; born 9 November 1902."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Birth 1902 / 13952.
"NAPIER, Edward Albert; mother is Mary; father is Thomas Parkes."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1984 / 37157.
"NAPIER, Edward Albert; born 9 November 1902."

4Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1922 / 5360.
"WINSTANLEY, Rona Darling; and NAPIER, Edward Albert."


Rona Darling WINSTANLEY

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1902/15323.
"WINSTANLEY, Rona Darling; mother is Annie Eliza; father is John Sidney."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1922 / 5360.
"WINSTANLEY, Rona Darling; and NAPIER, Edward Albert."


Reginald FEIST

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Death 1991 / 34730.
"FEIST, Reginald; born 8 April 1903."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Birth 1903 / 22067.
"FEIST, Reginald; mother is Rebecca Mary; father is Oliver Cromwell."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1991 / 34730.
"FEIST, Reginald; born 8 April 1903."

4Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1926 / 4776.
"WINSTANLEY, Eva Muriel; and FEIST, Reginald."


Eva Muriel WINSTANLEY

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1905/10999.
"WINSTANLEY, Eva Muriel; mother is Margaret; father is Charles Frederick."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1995 / 30152.
"FEIST, Eva Muriel; born 7 December 1904."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1926 / 4776.
"WINSTANLEY, Eva Muriel; and FEIST, Reginald."


Harry BLANFORD

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Death 1936 / 21720.
"BLANFORD, Harry; 52 years old."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1918 / 118.
"STANLEY, Catherine; and BLANFORD, Harry."

3Newspaper - The Dominion, Volume 12; Issue 168; Page 11, 10 Apr 1919.
"MAGISTRATE'S COURT
A CASE OF BIGAMY
ACCUSED PLEADS GUILTY
Mr P. V. Frazer, S.M., presided over yesterday's sitting of the Magistrate's Court. Harry Blanford was called upon to answer a charge of having gone through a form of marriage with Kate Winstanley, knowing her to be already married. Kate Winstanley was also charged with bigamy. Mr. H.F. O'Leary appeared for the defendant in each case. The female accused, giving evidence in Blanford's case, admitted that she married Norman Charles Winstanley, a member of the Thirty-second Reinforcements on the day before he sailed. When Blanford asked her to marry him she told him she was already married. He made application, however, for a license, and she went through the form of marriage under the name of Catherine Stanley. The ceremony was held in St. Thomas's Church on March 6, 1919. When witness said to Blanford that she was doing wrong, he replied. that he knew that he was doing wrong also. The police tendered the evidence of the Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages with regard to the marriage of the female accused to Norman Winstanley. The Rev. W. Fancourt gave evidence concerning the form of marriage that the two accused went through at St. Thomas's. An officer in the employ of the Defence Department gave evidence that Kate Winstanley had been drawing an allotment made to her by her husband, who was shortly to return to New Zealand. Both the accused pleaded guilty, and were committed to the Supreme Court for sentence. Blanford was refused bail. Winstanley was released on bail of 50 pounds, with one surety of 50 pounds."

4Newspaper - New Zealand Truth, Issue 723; page 8, 26 Apr 1919.
"DOUBLE -BARRELLED BIGAMISTS GO FREE.
Harry Blandford and Kate Winstanley, the double-barrelled bigamists, who pleaded guilty last week in Wellington to that offence were placed in the dock together. Lawyer H. F. O'Leary appeared on their behalf and said that in pleading for them one had to admit that they had not shown overmuch respect for the marriage tie. There was this much to be said, however, that in doing what they had done, the pair had not been guilty of deceiving one another They both knew the step they were taking. Although the female prisoner had continued to draw her husband's military allotment, after going through a form of marriage with Blandford, she had used the money to pay off Winstanley's debts and to send his sister to school. In regard to Blandford, he was unfortunately one of war's wrecks. He had returned very grievously wounded, after splendid service at the front, and was now In receipt of a life pension. His Honor said that the only trouble .Blandford had apparently been in was a youthful indiscretion committed some thirteen years ago. Since then, it appeared, he had saved a life at Foxton at personal risk, and had also rescued two or three lives from a fire at great personal risk. Unfortunately he was a drink victim, though, perhaps, he was not to blame for that. If it be a fact that the army people have been in the habit of giving soldiers a rum ration, perhaps they were really to blame. We were now getting soldiers amongst us who had acquired drinking habits. Blandford was required to report to the Probation Officer every two months for three years and to take out a prohibition order against himself, and to go and reside in the country. The female accused was admitted to 12 months' probation, and upon hearing this she repeated her performance at the lower court and fell in a dead faint in the dock with a resounding crash."


Katie BARRAND

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Death 1934 / 3713.
"GILCHRIST, Kate; born 27 March 1891."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1934 / 3713 .
"GILCHRIST, Kate; born 27 March 1891."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1918 / 118.
"STANLEY, Catherine; and BLANFORD, Harry."

4Newspaper - The Dominion, Volume 12; Issue 168; Page 11, 10 Apr 1919.
"MAGISTRATE'S COURT
A CASE OF BIGAMY
ACCUSED PLEADS GUILTY
Mr P. V. Frazer, S.M., presided over yesterday's sitting of the Magistrate's Court. Harry Blanford was called upon to answer a charge of having gone through a form of marriage with Kate Winstanley, knowing her to be already married. Kate Winstanley was also charged with bigamy. Mr. H.F. O'Leary appeared for the defendant in each case. The female accused, giving evidence in Blanford's case, admitted that she married Norman Charles Winstanley, a member of the Thirty-second Reinforcements on the day before he sailed. When Blanford asked her to marry him she told him she was already married. He made application, however, for a license, and she went through the form of marriage under the name of Catherine Stanley. The ceremony was held in St. Thomas's Church on March 6, 1919. When witness said to Blanford that she was doing wrong, he replied. that he knew that he was doing wrong also. The police tendered the evidence of the Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages with regard to the marriage of the female accused to Norman Winstanley. The Rev. W. Fancourt gave evidence concerning the form of marriage that the two accused went through at St. Thomas's. An officer in the employ of the Defence Department gave evidence that Kate Winstanley had been drawing an allotment made to her by her husband, who was shortly to return to New Zealand. Both the accused pleaded guilty, and were committed to the Supreme Court for sentence. Blanford was refused bail. Winstanley was released on bail of 50 pounds, with one surety of 50 pounds."

5Newspaper - New Zealand Truth, Issue 723; page 8, 26 Apr 1919.
"DOUBLE -BARRELLED BIGAMISTS GO FREE.
Harry Blandford and Kate Winstanley, the double-barrelled bigamists, who pleaded guilty last week in Wellington to that offence were placed in the dock together. Lawyer H. F. O'Leary appeared on their behalf and said that in pleading for them one had to admit that they had not shown overmuch respect for the marriage tie. There was this much to be said, however, that in doing what they had done, the pair had not been guilty of deceiving one another They both knew the step they were taking. Although the female prisoner had continued to draw her husband's military allotment, after going through a form of marriage with Blandford, she had used the money to pay off Winstanley's debts and to send his sister to school. In regard to Blandford, he was unfortunately one of war's wrecks. He had returned very grievously wounded, after splendid service at the front, and was now In receipt of a life pension. His Honor said that the only trouble .Blandford had apparently been in was a youthful indiscretion committed some thirteen years ago. Since then, it appeared, he had saved a life at Foxton at personal risk, and had also rescued two or three lives from a fire at great personal risk. Unfortunately he was a drink victim, though, perhaps, he was not to blame for that. If it be a fact that the army people have been in the habit of giving soldiers a rum ration, perhaps they were really to blame. We were now getting soldiers amongst us who had acquired drinking habits. Blandford was required to report to the Probation Officer every two months for three years and to take out a prohibition order against himself, and to go and reside in the country. The female accused was admitted to 12 months' probation, and upon hearing this she repeated her performance at the lower court and fell in a dead faint in the dock with a resounding crash."


Katie BARRAND

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Death 1934 / 3713.
"GILCHRIST, Kate; born 27 March 1891."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1934 / 3713 .
"GILCHRIST, Kate; born 27 March 1891."


John Sidney WINSTANLEY

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1864/6247.
"WINSTANLEY, John Sidney."

2Newspaper - New Zealand Herald, Volume I; Issue 229; Page 9, 6 Aug 1864.
"BIRTHS

WINSTANLEY - On July 13th, the wife of Mr. Thomas F. Winstanley, Symonds-street of a son."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1948/17871.
"WINSTANLEY, John Sidney; 84 years old."

4Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1919 / 811.
"WINSTANLEY, John Sidney; and WILSON, Elizabeth Ann."


Elizabeth Ann WILSON

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Death 1935 / 19984.
"WINSTANLEY, Elizabeth Ann; 71 years old."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1919 / 811.
"WINSTANLEY, John Sidney; and WILSON, Elizabeth Ann."


Harold Earl WINSTANLEY

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1899/17612.
"WINSTANLEY, Harold Earl; mother is Annie Eliza; father is John Sidney."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1974/26082.
"WINSTANLEY, Harold Earl; born 14 June 1899."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1974/26082.
"WINSTANLEY, Harold Earl; born 14 June 1899."

4Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1921 / 3039.
"WINSTANLEY, Harold Earl; and MOYLAN, Rita Muriel."


Rita Muriel MOYLAN

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1900 / 16164.
"MOYLAN, Rita Muriel; mother is Annie; father is William Lorrigan."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1927 / 2832.
"WINSTANLEY, Rita Muriel; 27 years."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1921 / 3039.
"WINSTANLEY, Harold Earl; and MOYLAN, Rita Muriel."


Walter Douglas WINSTANLEY

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1898/5592.
"WINSTANLEY, Walter Douglas; mother is Margaret; father is Charles Frederick."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1964 / 25478.
"WINSTANLEY, Walter Douglas; 65 years."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1921 / 9514.
"WINSTANLEY, Walter Douglas; and SMITH, Sarah May."


Sarah May SMITH

1Civil Registration Index - New Zealand (https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/Home/), Birth 1903 / 8368.
"SMITH, Sarah May; mother is Elizabeth Ann; father is Albert."

2Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Death 1956 / 27106.
"WINSTANLEY, Sarah May; 53 years old."

3Civil Registration Index - New Zealand, Marriage 1921 / 9514.
"WINSTANLEY, Walter Douglas; and SMITH, Sarah May."