NEW ZEALAND AND WORLD WAR ONE
MISC WORLD WAR ONE MARRIAGES

PLEASE NOTE: These are in groom order and are snippets noted in newspapers, usually while researching for other things, or military files. I would always appreciate more.

BARRANCE - YORK - On February 6, at All Saints Church, Boscombe, Hants, Lieutenant Kimpton Mcintosh Barrance, New Zealand Engineers, and of Auckland, New Zealand, to Lilian, younger daughter of the late J. A. York and of Mrs. York, Scaresbrick Avenue, Didsbury, Manchester. (The Times, March 1, 1919.)New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17139, 19 April 1919, Page 1

BISHOP - PEARCE - On March 11, 19191 at Christ Church, Woburn Square, London, Kenneth Bishop, Sergeant, NZ Mounted Rifles, eldest son of B H and M A Bishop, King Edward Avenue, Epsom, Auckland to Clarice Mary, eldest daughter of the late Peter B Pearce, and Mrs Pearce of Herbrand Street, London W.C. At home 7 King Edward Avenue, Epsom, August 21st. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17240, 16 August 1919, Page 1

BLACK - STEVENSON - On September 26, 1918 at Christ Church, Chelsea, by the Rev. H G Rosedale, D.D., assisted by the Rev. P H Baldwin, Lieutenant A Travers Black, RNVR of Sydney, NSW to Charlotte Stevenson, only daughter of the late Captain Rupert Stevenson, of Tauranga, New Zealand - Copied from The Times, London, Spetember 28, 1918. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 17052, 7 January 1919, Page 1

BREMNER - GRANT - Major Daniel Eric Bremner, M.C. son of Mr W Bremner, Drury, to Annie, daughter of Captain Grant of Glasgow, Scotland (By cable.) New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16776, 16 February 1918, Page 1

BUCKINGHAM - ROBERTSON - On March 7, 1919 at Cairo, Egypt, Captain R Buckingham M.C., Croix de Guerre, of the R.A.F. Stanmore, Sydney to Dr S A Robertson, third daughter of Mr and Mrs P Robertson, Riverside, Avondale. (By cable). New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17110, 15 March 1919, Page 1

BURR - GRAY - On October 16, 1918 at 24 Havelock Street, Dowanhill, Scotland by the Rev. William Dickie, DD, Dowanhill U.R. Church, Corporal Henry H Burr, NZ Army eldest son of H E Burr, Princes St, Devonport, NZ to Jean Stenhouse Adam, eldest daughter of Elliot Gray. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 17033, 14 December 1918, Page 1

CARR - GREIG — On April 21, 1917 at Marylebone Parish Church, London, by the Rev. W. Smith, uncle of the bridegroom, and the Rev. Canon A. Richards. Stanley Austin Carr, Lieut. N.Z.M.R. eldest son of the late Mr. R. Anthony Carr and Mrs. Carr, Marivare, Epsom, to Barbara Sibyl, late Q.A.I.M.N.S.R, second daughter of Mrs. J. D. Greig, Glenalvon. Auckland. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16582, 4 July 1917, Page 1

CAVANAGH - O'LEARY - On December 10th, at University Church, St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, the wedding took place of Mr Michael CAVANAGH, of Baltagh House, Errill, Queen's County, to Miss Iris O'LEARY, second daughter of Mr and Mrs A. P. O'Leary, of New Plymouth, and Maida Vale. London. Early in the New Year the young couple intend to sail for New Zealand, and their idea is to settle on the land. Mrs Cavanagh studied music on the Continent, and is a brilliant pianist, and during the war her intimate knowledge of German was put to good use in the Censor's Office in London. Press, Volume LV, Issue 16447, 14 February 1919, Page 2

CHALMERS — NOLAN — On February 25, 1919 at the Chapel Royal, Savoy, London, by Rev, Chapman, Lieut. H. R. H. Chalmers, N.Z R.F., second son of James Leslie Chalmers, Mount Eden, to Beryl, second daughter of Robert H. Nolan, Hawera. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17139, 19 April 1919, Page 1

COOK - ARROL - On December 24, 1917 at St Pancras Church, London, Harold, fourth son of H G Cook, Mairtown, Whangarei to Margareeta, daughter of Hugh B Arrol, of the schoolhouse, Edinburgh and niece of the Hon. W A Cowan. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16799, 15 March 1918, Page 1

CORKILL - LAWRY - On April 3, 1917 at the Wesleyan Church, High Street, Clapham, London, by Lieut-Colonel Luxford (C.F.). Lieut. Francis Malcolm Corkill (N.Z. Engineers), eldest son of T. E. Corkill. Wellington, to Gladys Mary, elder daughter of Henry R. Lawry, of Karaka Bay, Wellington and grand-daughter of the late Rev. H. H. Lawry, of Auckland. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16555, 2 June 1917, Page 1

DE COURCY - RUSSELL - At Cairo, Egypt, February 1919, Nevinson William de Courcy, B.A., Ministry of Public Works, Cairo, son of the late Colonel N W de Courcy, C.B. R.M.I.I to Grace Russell, M.D. L.R.C.D.S, Edin, L.F.P.S Glasgow, youngest daughter of the late J B Russell and Mrs Russell, Bristol, England. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17111, 17 March 1919, Page 1

DERRICK - YOUNG - On April 25, 1919 at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Hampstead, by the Rev. James R Gillies, M.A. D.D, Rifleman S. St. H. Derrick, Third NZRB, eldest son of James F Derrick, Auckland to Emily Louisa, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs David Young, of Carlingford Road, Hampstead, London. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17208, 9 July 1919, Page 1

DOBSON - GEORGOULOPOULOS - The Nelson Diocesan Gazette for June states: "The Bishop has received a cablegram from the Rev. C. J. H. DOBSON, C.F., who left New Zealand with the Main Body in 1914, announcing his marriage in Athens on May 12 to Mlle. Helene Paolos GEORGOULOPOULOS. The bride, who has lived in England for some years, belongs to a very well-known family of Greek patriots. At a little gathering of New Zealanders in London a few months ago the Bishop offered Mlle. Georgonlopoulos his congratulations, and assured her of a very hearty welcome to New Zealand." Dominion, Volume 12, Issue 225, 17 June 1919, Page 2

DUFFY - DUFAUR.-On August 14. 1917, at the Church of the Servite Fathers, Fulham. London, Thomas Edmund Duffy, Royal Flying Corps, second son of the late Denis Duffy, Esq., Wellington, New Zealand, to Edith Florence (Ena). youngest daughter of the late E. T. Dufaur, Esq., barrister, of Auckland. New Zealand. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16681, 27 October 1917, Page 1

DYETT - OSBORNE - On 25 August 1917 at St Alban, Acton Green, Chiswick, London - Frederick Clarence Dyett [NZEF 10/3249] married Beatrice Elizabeth Osborn. [Military File].

EADY - JOHNSON - On January 26, 1918, at the Church of England, Charlton Park, London, William Kenneth Eady, Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery, second son of Mrs Eady, Carrick Place, Mount Eden to Annie, younger daughter of Mr and Mrs Johnson, Charlton Park, London. (By cable). New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16776, 16 February 1918, Page 1

ELLIS - HISLOP - On August 9, 1918 at St Stephen's Church, Gloucester Road, London SW, by the Rev. Lord Victor Seymour, Vicar, Bernard J Ellis, Lieutenant Worcestershire Regiment, eldest son of Dr Ellis, of Swavesey, Cambridgeshire to Gertrude Mary, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Hislop, 15 Cedar House, Kensington. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16970, 2 October 1918, Page 1

ELLIS - MACKENZIE - On June 1, 1918 at the Royal Chapel of the Savoy, London, Lieutenant S Howard Ellis, Northumberland Fusiliers and Royal Flying Corps, eldest son of Howard J S Ellis of New Lynn to Mary the second daughter of the Hon. Sir Thomas Mackenzie, High Commissioner for New Zealand.New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16877, 15 June 1918, Page 1 also Observer, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 48, 3 August 1918, Page 8

FALCONER - METGE - On January 21, 1919 at Fulham, London, by the Rev. Griffith Davies, Hugh Falconer, Chief Officer of the Transport SS Paheka, son of the late Captain Falconer, Broughty Ferry, Forfarshire, Scotland, to Sister Amy J Metge, of the No 3 NZ Hospital, Codford, England, daughter of Mr and Mrs D D Merge, Seapatrick, Princes Street, Northcote, Auckland. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17111, 17 March 1919, Page 1

HELLABY - REID - On November 6, 1917 at Christ Church, London, Major Frederick Allan Hellaby, M.C. youngest son of the late Mr Richard Hellaby to Mavis, elder daughter of Mr J R Reed, K.C. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16693, 10 November 1917, Page 1

HERMON-HODGE - DAVIS - At St James's Church, Piccadilly, on November 20, 1918, Lieut.-Commander Claude Hermon-Hodge, D.S.O, Royal Navy, son of Sir Robert Hermon-Hodge, M.P and Lady Hermon-Hodge of Wyfold Court, Reading to Gwendoline Rose, second daughter of J G Davis, Chief Engineer, Bahawalpur, Punjab and Mrs J G Davis. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17110, 15 March 1919, Page 1

HEWITT - WATTERS - On September 20, 1918 by special license at Ballybeen House, Dundonald, by the Rev James Bingham, D.D, Edward John Leslie, Lieutenant NZEF, son of Edward Hewitt, of Northcote, Auckland to Bessie Clendinning, daughter of the late Joseph Watters, Newtownards and Mrs Watters, Auckland. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 17033, 14 December 1918, Page 1

LENNAN - QUESTED - On January 14, 1918 at All Saints' Church, Manor Park, London, Private James Lennan of Waiwera, Auckland to Rose Isabel Quested, of Gravesend, Kent, England. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16802, 19 March 1918, Page 1

LILLY - HARROP - Mr Leslie Gordon LILLY, Lieutenant Westminster Dragoons (late of Dunedin), was married on December 18, at St. George's, Bloomsbury, to Miss Maude Elizapeth HARROP, only daughter of Alderman Harrop, J.P., ex-Lord Mayor of Manchester, and Mrs Harrop, of Heaton Lodge, Heaton, Mersey. The ceremony was performed by Bishop Welldon. Since his marriage, Lieutenant Lilly has left for Egypt. Otago Daily Times Issue 16624, 22 February 1916, Page 7

LOVELL - LOVELL - On January 11, 1919 at St Mary's Church, Islington, Private Harland Parrell Lovell, 6th Reinforcements on active service, son of Mr and Mrs J W Lovell, Manurewa to Agnes Marion, eldest daughter of W Lovell Esq., of Cannonbury Square, Islington, London. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 17068, 25 January 1919, Page 1

LYE - MAWBY - On August 24, 1918 at the Congregational Church, King's Lynn, Norfolk, England by the Rev. Dawe, Albert Edward (NZE), only son of Mr and Mrs E Lye, Franklin Road, Ponsonby to Edith, youngest daughter of Mr Thomas Mawby, King's Lynn, Norfolk, England. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17074, 1 February 1919, Page 1

MAGILL - SNELLING - At St. Saviour's, Southwark, on December 5th, Archibald G. Magill, son of Mr John MAGILL, of Napier, was married to Christine, third daughter of the late Mr Henry SNELLING, J.P., and Mrs Snelling, of Cray Lodge, Sidcup. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. Charlesworth, Chaplain of Guy's Hospital. Press, Volume LV, Issue 16447, 14 February 1919, Page 2

MAYALL - GARRATT - On August 24, 1918 at Wesleyan Church, Kentish Town, London by the Rev. E T Carrier, Sergeant David Mayall, Main Body NZFA, sixth son of Captain G Mayall, Mount Eden to Elsie May, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Garratt, Kentish Town, London. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17074, 1 February 1919, Page 1

McGILP - AQUILINA - On December 1, 1917 at Alexandria, Egypt, Clyde, Major, D.S.O, Field Artillery NZEF, second son of Mr and Mrs A McGilp, Birkenhead, Auckland to Jean, younger daughter of Chevalier Aquilina, of Ramleh, Bulkeley, Alexandria, Egypt. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16776, 16 February 1918, Page 1

MILLER - RICHARDSON - On February 6, at Glasgow, Sergeant-Major John Arneil Miller, son of the late David Miller, Auckland, NZ Field Artillery, Auckland to Clarissa Richardson, daughter of the late Mr Richardson, and Mrs Richardson, Strathbungo, Glasgow. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17122, 29 March 1919, Page 1

MOORE — LOFTHOUSE — On May 30, 1917 at Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire, by the Rev. David Williams, A. Eisdell Moore, M.D., younger son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Erne Moore, Auckland, to Alice, youngest daughter of the late John Lofthouse and of Mrs Suttill, Ripon. (From the Times, London.)New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16614, 10 August 1917, Page 1

O'CONNOR - BARKER - On April 21, 1919, at St John's Church, Keswick, England, Sergeant Thomas O'Connor, third son of T O'Connor, Dargaville to Dinah, third daughter of Adam Barker, Montrose, Keswick, New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17208, 9 July 1919, Page 1

PARKER - FAZAKERLEY - Lieutenant-Colonel F. W. PARKER, N.Z.A.S.C. (Blenheim) — Commanding the Divisional Train — was married, at the Wesleyan Church, Cricklewood, on November 23rd, to Maud Annie, only daughter of the late Richard and Mrs FAZAKERLEY, 33 Sneyd road, Cricklewood. Press, Volume LV, Issue 16447, 14 February 1919, Page 2

POI POI - ALDERTON - A romantic wedding was celebrated at Walton-on-Thames last week, when Private Peter Poi-Poi, N.Z.E.F., a Maori soldier, who was wounded at Gallipoli, was married to an English girl, Miss Winifred Alderton. Private Poi-Poi came to England eight weeks ago, and was admitted to the Felix Hospital at Walton, where he has been ever since. He expects to return to New Zealand for home service. Auckland Star, Volume XLVII, Issue 171, 19 July 1916, Page 9

RAMSAY - GREENWOOD - At Marylebone Parish Church, on December 18, Captain Robert Andrew RAMSAY, Divisional Staff, 1st Australian Division, elder son of the late Hon. Robert Ramsay, of Melbourne, was married to Miss Mabel Alice GREENWOOD, only daughter of Mr and Mrs G. D. Greenwood, of Teviotdale, Canterbury, New Zealand. Otago Daily Times Issue 16624, 22 February 1916, Page 7

REID — POLLOCK.-On January 9th, 1915, at London, Madge, daughter of Mrs. Robert POLLOCK, Kelburn [Wellington], to David Brunskill REID, of London. (By cable.) Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2356, 12 January 1915, Page 1

ROBERTSON - CALDERBANK. On August 16, 1917 at London. Lieutenant Gordon Peter Robertson. R.F.C. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Robertson, Avondale. to Irene Angle Calderbank, only child of Mrs. and the late Rev. Calderbank, Whitmore Lodge, Wolverhampton.New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16681, 27 October 1917, Page 1

ROBERTSON — ROBERTSON — On December 24, 1919 at St. Andrew's Church, by the Rev. Alex. A. Murray, James Arthur Robertson, of Upper Norwood, London, to Lilian Beatrice, widow of Major Charles Robertson, 19th Bengal Lancers. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17353, 29 December 1919, Page 1

ROBINSON — VAMELLE.—On May 23. 1917, at Nieppe, France. Fernande Louise Vamelle only daughter of Madame and the late Emlle Vamelle, of Nieppe, France, to Gunner J. H. Robinson, N.Z.F.A.,[2/341] third son of Mrs. and the late Mr. O. Robinson, of Matata. Present address: 1567, Great North Road. Avondale, S.W.3. SILVER WEDDING Auckland Star, Volume LXXIII, Issue 120, 23 May 1942, Page 1

SCANLEN - LANGMAID - On September 29, 1917, at Manor Park, London, Basil Augustine Scanlen (Gallipoli, Anzac), second son of Winslow and Ruth Scanlen of Mount Eden to Sister Ada Langmaid, Q.A.N.S.M.C, B.E.F on active service. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16709, 29 November 1917, Page 1

SIMMS - JENNINGS - On August 14, 1918 at St Mary's Church, Stafford, England, Rifleman S B Simms (23/2280 NZRB)the eldest son of Stephen and Sarah Simms, 73 West Street, Newton, Auckland (late of Thames), to Mary, the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs E Jennings, No 2 Broad Street, Stafford, England. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 17068, 25 January 1919, Page 1

SPENCER - SAWYER - On July 3, at St Mary's Fulham, London by the Rev. C B Foy, vicar, Charles Martyn, eldest son of Rev. F H Spencer to Justine, daughter of Colonel H A Sawyer. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16966, 27 September 1918, Page 1

STEELE - HUTCHESON - On November 1, 1917 at St Mary Abbott's Church, Kensington, London by the Rev. John Steele, uncle of the bridegroom, Lieutenant Montagu Steele, youngest son of Mr and Mrs T J Steele, of Auckland to Grace Hutcheson, daughter of Colonel and the late Mrs Hutcheson, of Burma, India. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16727, 20 December 1917, Page 1

STEVENS - BARKER - On December 2, 1916 at St John's Chelsea, London by the Rev. Canon Parsons, Chaplain to the Forces, William George Stevens, Captain R.N.Z.A, only son of Captain W Stevens, South Road, Henderson (late of U.S.S. Company) to Gladys Caroline Dora, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs Norman Barker, Tariki, Mount Eden Road, Auckland (formerly of Leeston, Canterbury). New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16455, 3 February 1917, Page 1

THOMAS - MARCHANT — June 29, 1918 at Presbyterian Church, Suva, Fiji, by the Rev. Moulton, Fred., wireless officer,- fifth son of Sarah and the late Edward Thomas, Auckland, to Stella Catherine, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. G. Marchant, Matopiu, Northern Wairoa. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 16931, 17 August 1918, Page 1

TOSSWILL - CHILMAN - On Christmas Day, at Fulham Parish Church, Leonard William TOSSWILL, second lieutenant 9th Battalion Warwickshire Regiment, only son of Mrs Tosswill, of Christchurch, was married to Miss Doris Mary CHILMAN, only daughter of Mr C. W. Chilman, of Wellington. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. Davis. An old boy of Waitaki High School, Mr Tosswill came from New Zealand as sergeant in the Fourth Reinforcements, and was wounded at Gallipoli in the August fighting. He was promoted from corporal to a commission in the Imperial army, and was gazetted to the Warwickshire Regiment last October. Otago Daily Times, Issue 16624, 22 February 1916, Page 7

TREVITHICK - HENDERSON - On January 31, 1919 at St Columba, Pont Street, London, Sergeant Cecil Trevithick, second son of Mrs and the late J G Trevithick, of Owen's Road, Mount Eden, to Anne, second daughter of Mr and Mrs William Henderson of Bellknowes, Dunedin. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17122, 29 March 1919, Page 1

TRICKER - SHIACH-CLAYTON - At the United Free Church, Goran, Glasgow, on December 6th, the wedding took place of 24/1322 Rifleman Leslie C. Tricker, 2-N.Z.R.B., to Isabella Shiach-Clayton, eldest daughter of Mr David SHIACH, of Dunoon. Press, Volume LV, Issue 16447, 14 February 1919, Page 2

TURNBULL — BAYLY - On April 3, 1919 at Christ Church, Woburn Square, London, Lieutenant-Colonel Frank Kingdon Turnbull. D.S.O., M.C.. Main Body, youngest son of the late Mr. Andrew Turnbull and Mrs. Turnbull, Wanganui, to Winifred Sydney, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bayly, of Okoroire, New Zealand. (By cable). New Zealand Herald, Volume LVI, Issue 17139, 19 April 1919, Page 1

TEWSLEY - LINDSAY - On January 20, 1917 at St George's Bloomsbury, London, Lieutenant-Colonel Cyril H Tewsley, NZMC to Marjorie Douglas, second daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Lindsay NZMC, and Mrs Lindsay of Edzell, O'Rorke Street, Auckland (By cable) New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16455, 3 February 1917, Page 1

VANE - MAIR - On June 5, 1917 at St Marylebone Church, London, Captain the Hon. Ralph Frederick Vane, 68th Durham Light Infantry, son of Lord Barnard of Barnard's Castle, to Miss Kathleen Airini Mair, daughter of Captain Gilbert Mair, NZC and the late Mrs Mair of Auckland, New Zealand. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16602, 27 July 1917, Page 1

WHYTE - ROSE - The marriage took place on April 4 of Major James Henry Whyte, D.S.0., of the N.Z. Expeditionary Force, to Staff Nurse Dorothy Ann Rose, eldest daughter of the late Henry Rose, of Dunedin, and Mrs. Rose, of Christchurch New Zealand. Auckland Star, Volume XLVII, Issue 151, 26 June 1916, Page 8

WOODWARD - MADGE - On March 16, 1917 at the Parish Church, Brockenhurst. England, by the Rev. Coombe Williams, Charles Burgess Woodward, Lieutenant N.Z. Pioneer Battalion, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodward, of Ellier Avenue, Wellington, to E Mary, only daughter of F. W. and Mrs. Madge, of Forest Hill, London. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 16555, 2 June 1917, Page 1



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