Marjorie HENRY

(1898 - 1977)
Marjorie HENRY was born on 19 May 1898 in Hobart, Tasmania.1,2

She married Thomas Rumney CLARKE, son of George Arthur Edward CLARKE and Kate RUMNEY, in Tasmania on 9 September 1925.3

She died in October 1977 in Hobart, Tasmania, at age 79. She was cremated on 31 October 1977.4

Family

Thomas Rumney CLARKE (1899 - 1978)
Child
ChartsStephen Blomfield (c1750?-1809) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S753] Australian BDM Indexes 1788-1950, at http://www.ancestry.com/, Tasmania, Reg. No. 660 1898, daughter of Percy Rutherford Henry and Corbetta Chipman.
  2. [S760] Newspaper - The Mercury, Tasmania, issue of 21 May 1898, Births.
  3. [S760] Newspaper - The Mercury, Tasmania, issue of 24 Oct 1925, Marriages.
  4. [S686] Tasmanian Southern Cemeteries database, at http://www.millingtons.com.au/index.html, Record No. C11115, cremation, aged 77.
  5. [S312] Electronic Files - A Robinson, and subsequent correspondence.

Wilma Clare HENRY1

(1940 - 2013)
Wilma Clare HENRY was born on 8 April 1940.2

Wilma's second marriage was to John Wilson LUDBROOK, son of John Kinsella LUDBROOK and Mary Rose WILSON, in 1992.3

Wilma died on 9 December 2013 in Waikato at age 73.1

Family

John Wilson LUDBROOK (1940 - 2014)
ChartsStephen Blomfield (c1750?-1809) descendancy

Citations

  1. [S1131] MemoryTree NZ, at http://www.amemorytree.co.nz/index.php, aged 73, James R Hill Funeral Disrectors.
  2. [S262] Book - Rex & Adriene Evans, Faith & Farming, p390, but gives a 1945 birthdate.
  3. [S262] Book - Rex & Adriene Evans, Faith & Farming, p390.

Emily Beuzeville HEWLETT1,2

(1841 - 1914)
Emily Beuzeville HEWLETT was born in Kent on 30 March 1841.3,1,2

She married Daniel Cook WILSON in New Zealand in 1864.1,4,5

Emily died on 5 November 1914 in Whangarei, Northland, at age 73.1,6 She was buried at the Christ Church cemetery in Whangarei.7

Family

Daniel Cook WILSON (1841 - 1902)
Child

Citations

  1. [S312] Electronic Files - A Robinson, and subsequent correspondence.
  2. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Indexes, Birth: District of Eastry, Vol 5, p137, 2Q1841, mother's maiden name ELVIN.
  3. [S295] Interview - A Robinson, with M Campbell, 22 Aug 2002, who researched Maude McKenzie's diaries; also from D Lang via M Campbell.
  4. [S443] CD - NZ Marriages, CD - NZ Marriages 1836-1956 V2, NZ Registrar General's Folio 1401; some disagreement on spelling of bride's second name.
  5. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Marriage Reg. No. 1864/1627 (bride only).
  6. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Death Reg. No. 1914/7427, aged 73.
  7. [S989] Whangarei District Council cemetery database, at http://www.wdc.govt.nz/FacilitiesandRecreation/Cemeteries/…, Christ Church cemetery, grave 51.

Emma HEYWOOD1

(1862 - 1952)
Father*Joseph Martin HEYWOOD1 b. 1832, d. 1904
Mother*Emma IVALL1 b. 1835, d. 1886
Emma HEYWOOD was born in 1862 in New Zealand.1

Emma died on 19 August 1952 in Christchurch, Canterbury.2,3 She was buried on 21 August 1952 at the Woolston Cemetery, Rutherford St in Christchurch.3

Citations

  1. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Birth Reg. No. 1862/12476.
  2. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Death Reg. No. 1952/32825, aged 89.
  3. [S419] Christchurch City Council Cemeteries database, at http://librarydata.christchurch.org.nz/Cemeteries/, Woolston Cemetery, Block S, plot 29.

Emma Louisa HEYWOOD

(1857 - 1935)
Father*Joseph Martin HEYWOOD b. 1832, d. 1904
Mother*Emma IVALL b. 1835, d. 1886
Emma Louisa HEYWOOD was born in Lyttelton, Canterbury, on 9 October 1857.1,2

She married William Spencer HAMPSON, son of William HAMPSON and Margaret SPENCER, in Christchurch, Canterbury, on 22 March 1883.3,4,5

She was listed in the 1891 census in Victoria, James Bay Ward, British Columbia, with her husband William; he was running a dry goods store with one worker. Their children Margaret, Ethel, Martin and Lillian were listed as living with them.6

Emma, as the mother of the bride, attended Ethel May HAMPSON and David Ernest HANSEN CMG's wedding at Nelson Cathedral in Nelson, Nelson, on 22 January 1912.7,8,9

She was widowed at age 62 on the death of her husband William on 13 February 1920.10,11

Emma died on 23 October 1935 at 447 Montreal St in Christchurch, Canterbury, at age 78.12,13 She was buried on 24 October 1935 at the Woolston Cemetery, Rutherford St in Christchurch.13

Family

William Spencer HAMPSON (1859 - 1920)
Children

Citations

  1. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Birth Reg. No. 1857/7039.
  2. [S1106] Newspaper - Lyttelton Times, issue of 10 Oct 1857, issue 515, Vol VIII, p4, Births and issue of 16 Dec 1857, issue 534, Vol VIII, p4, Births; father is listed as John, rather than Joseph.
  3. [S443] CD - NZ Marriages, CD - NZ Marriages 1836-1956 V2, NZ Registrar General's Folio 431.
  4. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Marriage Reg. No. 1883/699.
  5. [S911] Newspaper - Christchurch Press, issue of 29 Mar 1883, issue 5468, Vol XXXIX, p2, Marriages.
  6. [S875] Census - 6 Apr 1891, Canada census, 1891, Census Place: Victoria City James Bay Ward, Victoria, British Columbia; Roll T-6291, Family No: 107.
  7. [S443] CD - NZ Marriages, CD - NZ Marriages 1836-1956 V2, NZ Registrar General's Folio 5014.
  8. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Marriage Reg. No. 1912/5750.
  9. [S908] Newspaper - Nelson Evening Mail, issue of 23 Jan 1912, Vol XLVII, p2, col 4, Wedding.
  10. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Death Reg. No. 1920/9039.
  11. [S908] Newspaper - Nelson Evening Mail, issue of 14 Feb 1920, Vol LIV, p5, Obituary.
  12. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Death Reg. No. 1935/23675.
  13. [S419] Christchurch City Council Cemeteries database, at http://librarydata.christchurch.org.nz/Cemeteries/, Woolston Cemetery, Block S, plot 28.
  14. [S1107] Index - Canadian BDMs, at www.ancestry.com, British Columbia Vital Statistics Agency, Death Reg. No. 1890-09-006034, BCA No. B13077, GSU No. 1927287, aged 0.

Ernest Edward HEYWOOD1

(1871 - 1931)
Father*Joseph Martin HEYWOOD1 b. 1832, d. 1904
Mother*Emma IVALL1 b. 1835, d. 1886
Ernest Edward HEYWOOD was born in 1871 in New Zealand.1

Ernest died in 1931 in New Zealand.2

Citations

  1. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Birth Reg. No. 1871/28895.
  2. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Death Reg. No. 1931/10153, aged 60.

George Ivall HEYWOOD1

(1859 - 1892)
Father*Joseph Martin HEYWOOD1 b. 1832, d. 1904
Mother*Emma IVALL1 b. 1835, d. 1886
George Ivall HEYWOOD was born in 1859 in New Zealand.1

George died in 1892 in New Zealand.2

Citations

  1. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Birth Reg. No. 1859/8196.
  2. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Death Reg. No. 1892/5241, aged 33.

Henry Martin Arthur Palliser HEYWOOD1

(1866 - 1949)
Father*Joseph Martin HEYWOOD1 b. 1832, d. 1904
Mother*Emma IVALL1 b. 1835, d. 1886
Henry Martin Arthur Palliser HEYWOOD was born in 1866 in New Zealand.1

Henry died in 1949 in New Zealand.2

Citations

  1. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Birth Reg. No. 1866/19243.
  2. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Death Reg. No. 1949/30696, aged 84.

Joseph Martin HEYWOOD

(1832 - 1904)
Joseph Martin HEYWOOD (1832-1904)
Joseph Martin HEYWOOD was born in Holborn, London, Middlesex, on 1 November 1832. He was the son of Joseph Benjamin and Elizabeth Susan HEYWOOD1 and was baptised on 7 June 1833 at St Andrews in Holborn.1

In the early 1850's Edward Gibbon WAKEFIELD promoted his concept of establishing a Church of England colony in New Zealand, which apparently fired Joseph's imagination. However, his father (Joseph Benjamin HEYWOOD) insisted he first learn a trade. Joseph senior ran a varnish and paint company (Wilkinson, Heywood and Clarke) in King’s Cross and arranged for his son to learn carpentry for a year at a carriage works. It seems likely it was the one owned by David IVALL, as Joseph's company probably supplied him with varnish for his coaches, and this is how Joseph came to meet his future wife, Emma IVALL.2

He emigrated to New Zealand, leaving London on 27 February 1851 on the Steadfast (524 tons) which had been chartered by the Canterbury Association, and arrived in Lyttelton on the 8 Jun 1851, a voyage of 101 days.
He had made a flat pack house (with a loophole in each wall so he could shoot at the Maori), which he took with him on the Steadfast.2

In 1853 Joseph returned to England hoping to become engaged to Emma, who was then finishing her schooling in France. They did become engaged and he returned to New Zealand.
It appears he had travelled with two friends to New Zealand and that they set up a store which traded until at least Dec 1853 In Lyttelton. But in Jul 1855 notices appeared in the Lyttleton Times stating that the partnership between Edward Watson TIPPETTS, Alfred SILK and Joseph as storekeepers and general commission agents was dissolved by mutual consent on 25th March 1855.
Shortly after he returned to England to finally marry Emma.2,3

He married Emma IVALL, daughter of David IVALL and Martha JAMES, at Parish Church in Hammersmith, London, Middlesex, on 15 May 1856. They spent three months travelling on the Continent for their honeymoon, before leaving for New Zealand.4,2

Joseph and his wife Emma then left for New Zealand on the Egmont (787 tons), leaving Gravesend on 11 September 1856 and arriving in Lyttelton on 23 Dec 1856.5

On his return to New Zealand he was involved in a number of entrepreneurial pursuits - first as Secretary to the Canterbury Land, Building and Investment Society (Oct 1857) and as manager for the Canterbury Steam Navigation Co (Mar 1858) which was engaged in the transport of goods along the New Zealand coast and for which he built a wharf at Ferry Rd. This gave him a natural benefit of providing storage facilities for the shipped goods.

The family lived in Lyttleton until 1861 and then moved to Avonside and later to Armagh St W, Christchurch.

Emma and Joseph visited England in 1864 where their daughter Katie was born, but unfortunately the child died 7 months later in July 1865 and was buried in the IVALL family grave in Kensal Green Cemetery. Emma and Joseph returned to New Zealand arriving in Dec 1865.

Severe storms in the late 1860s meant that station owners were unable to pay their debts to Joseph (by then a merchant as well as a shipping agent). He, like others, became bankrupt and had to sell a piece of land in Hereford St, Christchurch that had been allocated to him when he emigrated. Joseph later paid all debts and retained his business.

His company was chief agent of the Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society from 1872, and he was also a director of the Provincial Investment Society and Christchurch Gas Company. He was also involved in setting up an Art Gallery in Christchurch and supported local artists.6,7,2

He was widowed at age 53 on the death of his wife Emma on 2 May 1886.8,9

An active Anglican, he was by the late 1850s superintendent of the Sunday School at Holy Trinity, Lyttelton, later doing similar work at Avonside. In 1869 Bishop Harper licensed him as a lay reader and he was active in the Burwood-New Brighton area before priests were resident there. He paid for the design, in England, of a stained glass window for the eastern end of All Saints’ church, Burwood, although it had not arrived when the church was opened in 1877.

He was a lay reader at West Melton, Sumner, Sunnyside Asylum and the Jubilee Home for the aged, and a founder and supporter of the Christchurch branch of the YMCA.

In 1904 he was collecting funds for a pilgrims’ memorial window in the apse of Christchurch Cathedral, but died before completing the task and his family gave the balance of the money needed as a memorial.10

He signed a will dated 1 September 1904 in Christchurch, Canterbury, in which he appointed a William Henry HARGREAVES and a Frederick Henry PYNE as executors and trustees. Attached to the will was a curious "Memorandum of Instructions to my Executors and Trustees under my Will and Settlement for their Guidance" which laid out various disbursements. These were: £50 to his daughter Lizzie to 'enable her to pay current liabilities'; £3000 each to his unmarried daughters Lizzie and Emma, subject to them not spending this principal sum without advice from the Trustees; and £1500 to his married daughter Mabel Lea. If the estate could not pay these amounts, then the estate was to be divided intp 5 equal parts with Lizzie and Emma receiving 2/5 each and Mabel 1/5. Any residue was to be distributed equally amongst all his children, with Henry Martin required to use it to pay off advances on his life policies and Ernest Edward required to reduce the mortgage on the house "Ivall" in Halton Rd, Papanui. Finally his two daughters-in-law (Lily and Kitty) were to receive £10/10/- as 'a token of his love for them' and the trustees £15/15/- each for their diligence. In fact, a residual estate of £6692/10/4 did exist, but doesn't appear to have been distributed exactly as Joseph laid out.11

Joseph died on 20 October 1904 in Christchurch, Canterbury, at age 71.12,13 He was buried at the Avonside Anglican Cemetery in Christchurch.14

His will was probated in Christchurch, Canterbury, on 4 November 1904 to the executors HARGREAVES and PYNE, who were required to submit an inventory by 4 Feb 1904 and final accounts by 20 Oct 1905, although they were actually completed in Nov 1904. The will was also probated in London on 12 Nov 1909 with English effects of £200.11,12

Family

Emma IVALL (1835 - 1886)
Children

Citations

  1. [S871] FamilySearch, at https://familysearch.org/, England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975, FHL film 374359.
  2. [S1109] IVALL One-Name study blog by Phil Taylor, at http://ivall.blogspot.co.uk, entry for Emma Heywood nee Ivall.
  3. [S1106] Newspaper - Lyttelton Times, issue of 21 Jul 1855, Vol V, issue 284, col1, p8, Notice; also in editions of 14 & 18 Jul 1855.
  4. [S1106] Newspaper - Lyttelton Times, issue of 1 Nov 1856, issue 417, Vol VI, p6, Marriage.
  5. [S1106] Newspaper - Lyttelton Times, issue of 24 Dec 1856, Vol VI, issue 432, p7, Shipping News.
  6. [S1106] Newspaper - Lyttelton Times, issue of 31 Oct 1857, Vol VIII, issue 521, col2, p2, Advertisements.
  7. [S1106] Newspaper - Lyttelton Times, issue of 3 Mar 1858, Vol IX, isue 556, col3, p5, Advertisements.
  8. [S1109] IVALL One-Name study blog by Phil Taylor, at http://ivall.blogspot.co.uk, Emma Heywood nee Ivall entry.
  9. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Death Reg. No. 1886/783, aged 51.
  10. [S1108] Book - Richard L N Greenaway, Avonside Parish Cemetery Tour, page 46.
  11. [S800] National Archives - NZ Archives (Archway), Christchurch probate record, Item ID R22389203, Agency CAHX, Accession CH171, box 140, record CH5121/1904.
  12. [S677] Index - England High Court of Justice, England & Wales National Probate Calendar, probate sealed in London via Supreme Court of New Zealand to William Henry HARGREAVES and Frederick Henry PYNE.
  13. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Death Reg. No. 1904/7444, aged 71.
  14. [S1108] Book - Richard L N Greenaway, Avonside Parish Cemetery Tour, Avonside Cemetery, row X, #419 (see p46).
  15. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Birth Reg. No. 1859/8196.
  16. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Birth Reg. No. 1861/10802.
  17. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Birth Reg. No. 1862/12476.
  18. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Indexes, Birth: District of Kensington, Vol 1a, p71, 1Q1865, mother's maiden name IVALL.
  19. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Birth Reg. No. 1866/19243.
  20. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Birth Reg. No. 1868/26556.
  21. [S542] Index - New Zealand BDMs online, at http://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Birth Reg. No. 1871/28895.

Kate Pallisier HEYWOOD1

(1864 - 1865)
Father*Joseph Martin HEYWOOD1 b. 1832, d. 1904
Mother*Emma IVALL1 b. 1835, d. 1886
Kate Pallisier HEYWOOD was born in Kensington, London, Middlesex, on 1 December 1864.1,2 She was baptised on 10 July 1865 at Paddington, London, Middlesex.2

Kate died in July 1865 at 90 Hereford Rd in Bayswater, London, Middlesex.3 She was buried on 15 July 1865 at the All Souls Cemetery, Kensal Green in Kensington.3

Citations

  1. [S190] Index - GRO and Office of National Statistics, England & Wales Civil Registration Indexes, Birth: District of Kensington, Vol 1a, p71, 1Q1865, mother's maiden name IVALL.
  2. [S581] London Metropolitan Archives, at http://www.ancestry.co.uk, Paddington St Stephen, Register of Baptism, p87/ste, Item 002.
  3. [S581] London Metropolitan Archives, at http://www.ancestry.co.uk, Church of England Deaths and Burials, 1813-1980, All Souls, no. 41831.