The Descendants of William TAYLOR circa 1628.


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99. Irene Deans WEBSTER [10500] (Mary Edith Laura TAYLOR65, Basil Kirke52, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 9 Apr 1889 in Patea Taranaki New Zealand and died on 6 Oct 1976 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand at age 87.

General Notes: In 1913 she married William Gray YOUNG, an Architect who worked in Wellington. He designed the Wellington Railway Station.

They had two girls, Barbara & Elizabeth. Can't find their births 1913-18.

They lived at Lowry Bay, and I remembervisiting them there.

Her death in 1976 in Wellington is under Irene Deans 'GRAY YOUNG'.

Irene married William Grey YOUNG [10545] [MRIN: 4791] in 1913 in New Zealand. William was born in 1885 in Omaru Otago New Zealand.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 129 F    i. Barbara Diana Grey YOUNG [10546] was born about 1914.

   130 F    ii. Elizabeth Grey YOUNG [10547] .

100. Basil Ramsay WEBSTER [10501] (Mary Edith Laura TAYLOR65, Basil Kirke52, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 16 Mar 1894 in Patea Taranaki New Zealand.

Basil married Maud Wilkinson HASTE [10548] [MRIN: 4792] in 1922 in New Zealand. Maud was born about 1900.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 131 F    i. Patricia Mary WEBSTER [10549] was born in 1924 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand.

101. Ian Tylee WEBSTER [10502] (Mary Edith Laura TAYLOR65, Basil Kirke52, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 12 Jan 1896 in Wanganui New Zealand and died in 1956 in Napier Hawke's Bay New Zealand at age 60.

General Notes: Attended Terrace School, Wellington College & Nelson College.
Entered the service of the Bank of N.S.W. in Wanganui.
Joined the 1st NZEF serving with the N.Z. Artillery in France.
On his return to NZ, he served with the bank in Geraldine, Patea & Bulls.
Served for a short time in Australia and held appointments as manager at Kaponga, Rotorua and Napier from 1946.

Manager of the Napier branch of the Bank of New South Wales.

Ian married Mary Eveline STERICKER [10550] [MRIN: 4793] on 23 Apr 1924 in New Zealand. Mary was born in 1896 in Auckland Auckland New Zealand.

The child from this marriage was:

   132 M    i. Alexander Peebles WEBSTER [10551] was born on 13 Jan 1927 in Patea Taranaki New Zealand, died in May 1971 in Auckland Auckland New Zealand at age 44, and was buried on 2 Jun 1971 in Purewa Crematorium Auckland New Zealand.

102. Ruhi Freda WEBSTER [10503] (Mary Edith Laura TAYLOR65, Basil Kirke52, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 24 Nov 1899 in Palmerston North Manawatu New Zealand and died on 16 Dec 1986 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand at age 87.

Ruhi married Alister YOUNG [10552] [MRIN: 4794] about 1925.

Children from this marriage were:

   133 M    i. Jack YOUNG [10553] was born about 1927.

   134 M    ii. Tony YOUNG [10554] .

103. Ronald Hoani Alexander WEBSTER [10504] (Mary Edith Laura TAYLOR65, Basil Kirke52, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 10 Mar 1902 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand and died on 28 Aug 1969 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand at age 67.

Ronald married Gwynedd Mary Isobel BEVAN [10555] [MRIN: 4795] on 26 Nov 1930 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand. Gwynedd was born on 15 May 1908 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand and died on 27 Dec 1996 in Upper Hutt Wellington New Zealand at age 88.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 135 M    i. John Bevan WEBSTER [10556] was born in 1931 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand.

+ 136 F    ii. Carola Bevan WEBSTER [10557] was born in 1935 in Auckland Auckland New Zealand.

+ 137 M    iii. Richard Bevan WEBSTER [10558] was born in 1939 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand.

+ 138 F    iv. Jane Bevan WEBSTER [10559] was born in 1944 in Lower Hutt Wellington New Zealand.

+ 139 F    v. Rosemary Bevan WEBSTER [10560] was born in 1946 in Lower Hutt Wellington New Zealand.

+ 140 F    vi. Joanna Bevan WEBSTER [10561] was born in 1954 in Lower Hutt Wellington New Zealand.

104. Marjorie Alice Stovin TAYLOR [309] (Herbert Richard Stovin67, Basil Kirke52, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 20 Sep 1900 in Wanganui Taranaki New Zealand, died on 15 Feb 1977 in New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand at age 76, and was buried on 18 Feb 1977 in Awanui Cemetery New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand.

General Notes: Buried in Awanui Cemetery, New Plymouth:
"For ever with the Lord, Marjorie Alice Stovin NICHOLLS, 1900-1977.Beloved wife of James
Augustus. Loved mother of Prue, Elizabeth, Spencer, Peter & Tony."

Marjorie married James Augustus NICHOLLS [294] [MRIN: 216], son of James Clement NICHOLLS [259] and Helen Maude Mary BISHOP [247], on 15 Nov 1928 in Wanganui New Zealand. James was born on 5 Jan 1902 in Eketahuna New Zealand, died on 6 May 1987 in Timaru Canterbury New Zealand at age 85, and was buried in Awanui Cemetery New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: James was an Insurance Manager.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 141 F    i. Prudence Marjorie Fife NICHOLLS [310] was born on 19 Jul 1930 in Wanganui New Zealand.


   142 F    ii. Elizabeth Cecilia NICHOLLS [311] was born on 22 Jan 1932 in Wanganui New Zealand.

Elizabeth married Johannes Hendricus MARECHAL [1780] [MRIN: 230], son of Unknown and Unknown, on 15 Nov 1975 in New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand. Johannes was born on 20 Nov 1929 in Holland.

+ 143 M    iii. James Spencer Fyfe NICHOLLS [313] was born on 3 Dec 1934 in Wanganui New Zealand.

+ 144 M    iv. Peter Clement Fyfe NICHOLLS [314] was born on 27 Apr 1936 in Wanganui New Zealand.

   145 M    v. Anthony Herbert Fife NICHOLLS [315] was born on 5 Jan 1938 in Wanganui New Zealand, died on 7 Feb 1998 in Timaru Canterbury New Zealand at age 60, and was buried on 15 Apr 1998 in Awanui Crematorium New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand.


105. Dr. Richard Morris Stovin TAYLOR [1629] (Herbert Richard Stovin67, Basil Kirke52, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 16 Sep 1903 in Wanganui New Zealand, died on 30 Aug 1992 in Auckland Auckland New Zealand at age 88, and was buried in Puhunui Road Crematorium Papatoetoe New Zealand.

General Notes: Dr Morris TAYLOR B.D.S, D.D.S. Otago.
A Wanganui man who was the first scientist to call the Piltdown Man a fraud.

Richard Morris Stovin TAYLOR, who was born in Wanganui and educated at Collegiate School, was known affectionately as "Doc" by hundreds of dental nurses, colleagues and children.

Dr Taylor began his career with the school dental service. During this period, from 1930-1948, he became the Health Dept's principal dental officer as well as the "colonial upstart" who challenged the British scientific community over the Piltdown Man. This was a supposedly ancient skull found in a gravel pit on Piltdown Common, Sussex, England, in 1912. It was claimed to be the missing link between man and ape.

In 1937, Dr Taylor told a group of scientists in Auckland that the dental arrangement of the skull could never have existed. He declared the Piltdown Man a hoax. It was to be 16 years before British scientists with the help of carbon dating echoed his hitherto ignored finding.

In 1935 he married Irene Bel RHODES (Rene), and they had 2 children, Diana & Michael (adopted).
Lived at 84 Kolmar Rd, Papatoetoe, Auck.

Richard Morris Stovin TAYLOR Noted in NZ Gazette 1921, Public Servant of Wanganui - Public Service Examination p.2088. - Auckland Archives.

Dr Taylor's close friend of 44 years, Newton Wickham, the Dental Association's welfare officer, said there had been a long campaign to have Dr Taylor knighted.

After running a dental practice at Papatoetoe, Auckland, for 16 years, Dr Taylor became an honorary research associate at Auckland University's zoology dept, and from 1979 was a visiting researcher at the school of medicine anatomy dept at the University. In 1980 he was awarded a doctorate in science at Auckland University. 8 years later he became the first dentist to be awarded the Royal Society's Marsden Medal.

Loved cats; had a lovely sense of humour, and had an early type phonograph with big speaker.

Wrote 'Look & See Through' which was published not long before his death.
Sylvia Robertson (niece) did the typing up of the manuscript.

Died in 1992 in Auckland.



Richard married Irene Bel RHODES [1630] [MRIN: 1080], daughter of James RHODES [5144] and Bel Bronson NEWSAM [5145], on 2 Jan 1935 in Eskdale Napier Hawke's Bay New Zealand. Irene was born on 27 May 1903 in Cape Town Western Cape South Africa, died on 11 Jul 1988 in Auckland Auckland New Zealand at age 85, and was buried in Puhunui Road Crematorium Papatoetoe New Zealand.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 146 F    i. Diana Marjorie Rhodes TAYLOR [1700] was born on 25 Aug 1941 in Hamilton Waikato New Zealand.

+ 147 M    ii. Michael John Stuart TAYLOR [1701] was born on 3 Sep 1944 in Hamilton Waikato New Zealand.


106. Herbert Winston Stovin TAYLOR [274] (Herbert Richard Stovin67, Basil Kirke52, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 24 Jul 1907 in "Coveney" Wanganui New Zealand, died on 8 Apr 1993 in Matamata Waikato New Zealand at age 85, and was buried on 12 Apr 1993 in Matamata Cemetery Matamata Waikato New Zealand. The cause of his death was Aortic aneurysm. Another name for Herbert was Winston.

General Notes: In an attachment to an email, dated February 19, 2003, Sylvia Robertson said:

Winston was born in 1907 in Wanganui.

Winston got asthma at 2 yrs of age.

At 17 joined Bank of New South Wales.

Was a Scoutmaster

He met Peggy in 1934 on the 'Whanganella' on his way to Australia, and she to England Scotland.

Married in 1937 to Edith Muriel (Peggy) BISHOP in Wanganui East church.

After marriage lived at "Ranui" (Big sun) 2 Airlie Rd, Karehana Bay (Old Pukerua Rd), Plimmerton. They had 4 girls.

Attended the Waiwhetu Presbyterian church with wife and children. He was an elder in this church.

Lived at 212 Waterloo Road, Lower Hutt from 1944 - 1988?

He died from an aortic aneurysm on 8 April 1993, and is buried in the Matamata Lawm Cemetery.



Herbert married Edith Muriel BISHOP [263] [MRIN: 194], daughter of John Clunie BISHOP [242] and Edith Mary DAVEY [254], on 12 Oct 1937 in All Saints Church Wanganui East New Zealand. Edith was born on 25 Sep 1908 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand, was baptised in Oct 1908 in Catholic Apostolic Church Wellington NewZealand, died on 5 Dec 2000 in Matamata Waikato New Zealand at age 92, and was buried on 12 Dec 2000 in Matamata Waikato New Zealand. Another name for Edith was Peggy.

General Notes: In an attachment to an email, dated February 19, 2003, Sylvia Robertson said:

Born 1.15 p.m. on 25 Sept. 1908 at Wellington, and baptised by W T THANE at Catholic Apostolic Church, Webb St, on October 1925.

Came from an Apostolic church background - Webb St, Wellington.
Lived at 7 Boston Tce, Wellington. Attended Terrace School (Aurora Tce), enjoyed basketball and tennis, good at spelling.

In 1921 started at Wellington Girls College - an average pupil. Went on to Training College, taking Education, Psychology & Ethics at the Victoria University towards a B.A. degree. Played rep. basketball at Training College.

Spent 2 years in Wellington schools (1928-29), then 1930 relieved in small country schools in the Wairarapa. Then got her first permanent position in Marlborough - Marama 5-6 miles up the Awatere Valley from Seddon. While there enjoyed tennis & golf, attended the Anglican church, and boarded with the Gunn family. (1931-34)

Then went to Horopito School (Raetihi/Ohakune) but only stayed one term as didn't like anything about it. (Resigned May 1934)

Then on 25 October 1934 Peggy travelled with her brother-in-law, Tom Guild, to England and Scotland - a very exciting 8 months - returning June 1935.

Started at Napier Central School in Sept. 1935. - end of 1936, then went to Queen's Park, Wanganui in Feb. 1937 living with oldest sister, Mollie and her husband, Norman, until married on 12 October 1937.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 148 F    i. Isobel Rosemary TAYLOR [1469] was born on 23 Nov 1940 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand.

+ 149 F    ii. Helen Rosalyn TAYLOR [308] was born on 22 Jun 1942 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand and died on 10 Apr 2010 at age 67.

+ 150 F    iii. Sylvia Edith TAYLOR [1212] was born on 22 Jun 1942 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand.

   151 F    iv. Mary Gwendolen TAYLOR [1481] was born on 16 Aug 1946 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand, died on 7 Apr 2001 in Oamaru Otago New Zealand at age 54, and was buried on 11 Apr 2001 in Oamaru Otago New Zealand.

Mary married Rev. James David CAMERON [1482] [MRIN: 992], son of Henry Charles CAMERON [1483] and Caroline STRINGER [1484], on 11 Feb 1967 in St Luke's Waiwhetu Lower Hutt New Zealand. James was born on 20 Aug 1942 in Oamaru Otago New Zealand, died on 2 Aug 2004 in Steamboat Springs Colorado USA at age 61, and was buried on 16 Aug 2004 in Oamaru New Zealand. The cause of his death was Motor Cycle Accident.

108. Nancy Ethelred TAYLOR [10510] (Basil Maples70, Basil Kirke52, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 13 Dec 1906.

General Notes: Born in Wanganui.
Learned the piano; played the organ for church services in the Wanganui East church. She also took singing lessons from Madam Winnie Fraser.
After the family moved to Nelson in 1927, Nancy developed her other artistic talents while studying at the Nelson Technical College. She painted and made enamelware and pewterware.
She was awarded a Lohse scholarship to attend the Canterbury University School of Art in Christchurch.
Artist of flowers, landscapes.

Nancy met and in 1932 married Osmond Arthur Bridgewater, a Christchurch sharebroker.
They built a home at the bottom of the Cashmere Hills. Their son, John Osmond, was born there in 1935.
In newspaper article on wedding in 1932, various aunts of the bride & groom are mentioned plus other family members.

The Bridegewater family moved to Sydney shortly before the war of 1939, and they were later divorced.

Nancy became engaged to Robin King, a grazier, and after marriage, livedon his property.

1953-93 - "Sherwood", Nimmitabel, N.S.W. 2631
Ando, Monaro, Bombala district, N.S.W.

Nancy married Osmond Arthur BRIDGEWATER [10562] [MRIN: 4796], son of A.J. BRIDGEWATER [10565] and Unknown, on 2 Sep 1932 in St John's Latimer Square Christchurch Canterbury New Zealand. Osmond was born in Timaru Canterbury New Zealand.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 152 M    i. John Osmond BRIDGEWATER [10563] was born on 6 Aug 1935 in Christchurch Canterbury New Zealand.

Nancy next married Robin KING [10564] [MRIN: 4797] in 1953 in Australia. Robin was born in 1908 in New South Wales Australia and died in Aug 1998 in Australia at age 90.

109. Edith Gabriel TAYLOR [10511] (Basil Maples70, Basil Kirke52, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 31 Aug 1912 in Wanganui New Zealand and died on 19 Jun 1971 in Christchurch Canterbury New Zealand at age 58. Another name for Edith was Gay.

General Notes: Born in Wanganui.
Gabriel was educated at Wanganui Girls College, and then Nelson College for Girls as a week day boarder.
She also gained a Lohse Scholarship to attend the Canterbury University School of Art, and graduated from there with a Diploma of Fine Arts in 1935.

Gay married Henry Frederick Thomson at All Saints Church, Sumner on 26March 1940. He was clergyman, and that year he was appointed Vicar of the Methven (Canterbury) Parish. Their 2 eldest children, Pauline and Handley, were born there.
Harry was later appointed vicar of the Woolston Parish, in Christchurch,and was there for 11 years.
He then accepted an appointment as General Secretary of the NZ Church Missionary Society, and during the 10 years of that appointment, the Thomsons lived in Bryndwr, Christchurch.

Gay's last few months were spent in Diamond Harbour, Canterbury, their home following Harry's appointment as vicar of the Mt Herbert Parish.

She died at Christchurch on 19 June 1971.

Edith married Rev. Henry Frederick THOMSON [10566] [MRIN: 4799] on 26 Mar 1940 in All Saints Church Sumner Christchurch Canterbury New Zealand. Henry was born on 16 Mar 1913 in Christchurch Canterbury New Zealand and died on 4 May 1987 in Sumner Christchurch Canterbury New Zealand at age 74.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 153 F    i. Pauline Gabriel THOMSON [10567] was born on 25 Sep 1941 in Methven Canterbury New Zealand.

+ 154 M    ii. Handley Waymond THOMSON [10568] was born on 4 Sep 1944 in Methven Canterbury New Zealand.

+ 155 F    iii. Rhonwen Margaret THOMSON [10569] was born on 12 Aug 1947 in Christchurch Canterbury New Zealand.

110. Richard Basil TAYLOR [10512] (Basil Maples70, Basil Kirke52, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 11 Apr 1920 in Wanganui New Zealand, died on 9 Mar 2000 in Rotorua Waikato New Zealand at age 79, and was buried in Rotorua Waikato New Zealand.

General Notes: Born Wanganui 11 April 1920, married 1947 Jean Compson IKIN; two children- Commander Susan Jane MBE (born 1948), Richard Spencer (born 1951).
Educated Christ's College, Wanganui; Canterbury University College1945-46;

NZ Embassy, Washington, DC 1947-48; private secretary to NZ High Commissioner, London 1949-53; Prime Minister's office, Wellington 1954-65; principal private secretary to Walter Nash 1958-69, to Keith Holyoake 1960-65; NZ Consul-General New York 1965-68; NZ High Commissioner Western Samoa 1968-71, concurrently High Commissioner to Tonga and Administrator Tokelau Islands; NZ Commissioner Hong Kong 1971-75, concurrently Ambassador to Philippines; NZ Ambassador to Thailand 1975-80, concurrently Ambassador to Laos and later Republic of Vietnam; NZ representative SEATO Council, Bangkok 1975-77, Member Board of Trustees, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok 1975-80.

Military service in Territorials 5 Battery NZ Artillery 1940-41, 2NZEF Pacific 1942-45 as Lieutenant.

Secretary-treasurer Grey Power Rotorua 1984, member Aged Distribution Committee Lottery Grants Board 1991- . Awarded Queen's Coronation Medal 1953.
Leisure: golf, classical music, gardening.
Address - 45 Lewis Road, Lynmore, Rotorua.

Died 9 March 2000 in Rotorua. Isobel, Helen & Sylvia attended the funeral with Ted & Diana Dunn.

Richard married Mabel Jean Compson IKIN [10570] [MRIN: 4800], daughter of Walter Tanner IKIN [10571] and Stella DAW [10572], on 1 Feb 1947 in St Paul's Cathedral Wellington New Zealand. Mabel was born on 25 Sep 1922 in Adelaide SA Australia.

General Notes: Born in Miss Laurence's Hospital, Wakefield st, Adelaide, on 25 September, 1922.
Her father was Asst Manager of the AMP for South Australia.
The family lived at 52 Burnside Rd, Kensington Gardens.

Jean and her sisters and brother attended Girton Proprietary School.

When she was 12 yrs old, the family sailed from Adelaide for NZ via Melbourne & Sydney, and arrived in Wellington on the 'Monowai' in January 1935. Her father was promoted to the position of Manager for NZ of the AMP. He retired in 1947. They lived in a rented furnished home in Woburn Rd, Lower Hutt. While there, Jean attended Chilton St James School in Waterloo Rd.
They then moved to 36 Grant Rd, Thorndon, and Karori.

From 1936-40 Jean was at Marsden Collegiate School, and in her final year she was Games Captain and Prefect.

In 1941 Jean enrolled at Victoria University but after a few months' study, decided instead to pursue, with other friends from Marsden, a commercial course at Gilbey's Commercial Collegte where she studied English, office procedure and shorthand typing. Thus equipped, she obtained a position, in early 1942, with a Wellington firm of accountants and auditors, Pattrick, Fiest and Jack.

In August 1942, with the war getting serious, Jean volunteered for the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC) and while continuing to live at home, performed her Army service at the then Museum building in Buckle St, which had been commandeered by the Army. With her commercial training, she was assigned to clerical duties which she apparently performed to the satisfaction of her superiors, for on 21 November 1942, she was promoted to the rank of Lance Corporal. But even that rank did not satisfy her Army superiors for she was selected for training as an officer and entered the first WAAC OCTU at the Trentham Army School of Instruction on 18 December 1942. Officer Cadet Ikin obviously displayed at OCTU the conscientiousness and abilities which she has displayed since she assumed command of the Taylor family for, out of a class of 26 cadets, she finished the course near the top of her class.

However things in the wartime Army seldom ran smoothly and with what the army called a 'SNAFU' (situation normal, another foul-up) it was decreed at the very end of the course that no cadet under the age of 25 would receive a commission. So, in early February 1943, Officer Cadet Ikin was posted to a Wellington based Light Anti-Aircraft Battery with the rank of Bombardier.

Jean left the Army on 19 December 1943. She worked as a secretary for the new Economic Stabilization Commission.

She met Richard Taylor in August 1945, and they were engaged on 26 September 1946. They then leased a flat in Hawkestone St, Richard moved in, and Jean set about making curtains etc. They were married on 1 February 1947 in St Paul's Pro-Cathedral, Molesworth St, Wellington. Their honeymoon was spent in Rotorua, Mt Maunganui and Taupo.

Then they journeyed to their new life in Washington DC where Richard was the Third Secretary at the NZ Legation.


Children from this marriage were:

   156 F    i. Susan Jane TAYLOR [10573] was born on 18 Aug 1948 in Washington DC USA.

General Notes: TAYLOR, Commander Susan Jane MBE (Mil) 1993; Armed Forces Award 1990; Naval Officer.

Born Washington DC, USA 18 August 1948, daughter of Richard B TAYLOR and Jean nee IKIN. Educated Chilton St James School, Lower Hutt; Katharine Gibbs School, New York.

Military service in RNZN 1975- , Directing Staff RAN Staff College Sydney 1993- ; formerly Secretary at UN Secretariat, New York 1967-68; Victoria University of Wellington 1969-71; Personnel Officer, Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, Hong Kong 1972-74. Address Sydney.

+ 157 M    ii. Richard Spencer TAYLOR [10574] was born on 15 Mar 1951 in London England.

113. Ernest Onslow BARTON [10522] (Margaret Eleanor Dawson HARPER74, Laura TAYLOR53, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 11 Dec 1888 in Feilding Manawatu New Zealand and died on 10 Oct 1983 in Rangiora Christchurch Canterbury New Zealand at age 94.

Ernest married Fredrika Doris WHITCOMBE [10575] [MRIN: 4802], daughter of William WHITCOMBE [81068] and Myra HASTE [81069], in 1920 in Christchurch Canterbury New Zealand. Fredrika was born on 6 Oct 1894 in Christchurch Canterbury New Zealand and died on 26 Aug 1965 in Christchurch Canterbury New Zealand at age 70.

General Notes: Will filed 17 Sept. 1965 in Christchurch Ct - Schoolmistress.
Probate No. 1190/65 - Christchurch Archives.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 158 M    i. Anthony Onslow Whitcombe BARTON [10578] was born on 12 May 1923 in Christchurch Canterbury New Zealand.

+ 159 F    ii. Rachel Mary BARTON [10579] was born on 29 Jul 1928 in Palmerston North Manawatu New Zealand.

117. Horace Emslie Seymour HARPER [10528] (Thomas HARPER75, Laura TAYLOR53, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 16 Oct 1894 in Wanganui New Zealand, died in Feb 1930 in Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand at age 35, and was buried on 15 Feb 1930 in Aramoho Cemetery Wanganui New Zealand.

Horace married Ruth Mary ATCHISON [10580] [MRIN: 4804] on 15 Oct 1919 in New Zealand. Ruth was born in 1890 in Buller Nelson New Zealand, died in 1980 in Palmerston North Manawatu New Zealand at age 90, and was buried on 2 Jul 1980 in Aramoho Cemetery Wanganui New Zealand.

Children from this marriage were:

   160 F    i. Mary Elizabeth HARPER [10581] was born on 24 Jan 1920 in Ashhurst Wairarapa New Zealand. The cause of her death was car accident.

Mary married Ernest John VELVIN [10585] [MRIN: 4805] on 15 Apr 1944 in New Zealand.

   161 F    ii. Margaret Ida HARPER [10582] was born on 22 Jan 1921 in Palmerston North Manawatu New Zealand.

Margaret married Andrew Neil CAMPBELL [10586] [MRIN: 4806] on 25 Mar 1944 in New Zealand.

+ 162 M    iii. Thomas Roy HARPER [10583] was born on 23 Oct 1924 in Palmerston North Manawatu New Zealand.

+ 163 M    iv. Henry Horace HARPER [10584] was born on 30 Nov 1926 in Palmerston North Manawatu New Zealand.

118. Dorothy Laura Margaret HARPER [10529] (Thomas HARPER75, Laura TAYLOR53, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 7 Oct 1896 in Wanganui New Zealand, died on 22 Nov 1964 in Wairarapa New Zealand at age 68, and was buried on 24 Nov 1964 in Waipukurau Cemetery Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand.

Dorothy married Geoffrey George Melbourne WHITE [10587] [MRIN: 4807] on 23 Apr 1924 in New Zealand. Geoffrey was born on 15 Jan 1895 in Porangahau Hawke's Bay New Zealand, died on 13 Jan 1973 in Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand at age 77, and was buried on 15 Jan 1973 in Waipukurau Cemetery Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 164 F    i. Rae Nola WHITE [10588] was born on 12 Dec 1925 in Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand.

119. Robert Taylor Baden-Powell HARPER [10530] (Thomas HARPER75, Laura TAYLOR53, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 13 May 1900 in Wanganui New Zealand, died in 1957 in Palmerston North Manawatu New Zealand at age 57, and was buried on 18 Jul 1957 in Aramoho Cemetery Wanganui New Zealand.

Robert married Doris Esther BREWER [10589] [MRIN: 4808] about 1925. Doris was born in 1904 in Port Chalmers Canterbury New Zealand and died in 1994 at age 90.

The child from this marriage was:

   165 F    i. Janice Yvonne HARPER [10590] was born on 19 Apr 1927, died in Apr 1965 in Palmerston North Manawatu New Zealand at age 38, and was buried on 29 Jun 1965 in Aramoho Cemetery Wanganui New Zealand.

120. John Selwyn MEDLEY [10536] (Capt. John Spencer Selwyn MEDLEY78, Mary Catherine TAYLOR54, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 7 Dec 1908 in New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand and died on 27 Jul 1988 in New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand at age 79. Another name for John was Jack.

John married Irene Dolores LARKIN [10591] [MRIN: 4809], daughter of Herbert James LARKIN [10592] and Irene Mary O'CONNOR [10593], on 16 Dec 1939 in St Joseph's New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand. Irene was born on 29 Mar 1912 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand and died on 4 Jan 1988 at age 75. Another name for Irene was Rene.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 166 M    i. Thomas Spencer John MEDLEY [10594] was born in 1943 in New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand.

+ 167 M    ii. John Webster MEDLEY [10595] was born in 1945 in New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand.

+ 168 F    iii. Irene May MEDLEY [22771] was born in 1946.

+ 169 F    iv. Elizabeth Ann MEDLEY [10596] was born on 10 Dec 1947 in New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand.

+ 170 F    v. Margaret Ann MEDLEY [22772] was born on 18 Nov 1951 in New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand.

122. Jean Mary MEDLEY [10538] (Capt. John Spencer Selwyn MEDLEY78, Mary Catherine TAYLOR54, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 16 Nov 1914 in New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand.

Jean married Francis MacFarlane PHILLIPS [10597] [MRIN: 4811] on 4 Feb 1939 in St Mary's New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand. Francis was born on 16 May 1911 in Auckland Auckland New Zealand and died in 1988 in Rotorua Waikato New Zealand at age 77. Another name for Francis was Frank.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 171 F    i. Frances Mary PHILLIPS [39637] was born on 7 Feb 1942 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand.

+ 172 M    ii. Anthony Holmes PHILLIPS [39638] was born on 6 Oct 1946 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand.

+ 173 F    iii. Linda Margaret PHILLIPS [39639] was born on 18 Dec 1950 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand.

124. Robert Duffus McFARLAND [10544] (Frances Maria Duffus TAYLOR80, Robert Cecil55, Richard (Rev.)35, Richard21, Richard10, Thomas4, Robert3, John2, William1) was born on 27 Feb 1893 in Auckland Auckland New Zealand and died in Jul 1945 in Hamilton Waikato New Zealand at age 52.

General Notes: His wife, Leslie Litchfield HUNT, was his 2nd cousin. They married in 1920. One known child born
1921. Leslie died 1923.

He married 2. Dorothy Alice WILSON in 1929. They had 2 children.

Was a Solicitor in Hamilton (Probate No. BCDG4420 6394/45, Hamilton Court - Auckland Archives.)
Filed 6 July 1945.

He died in Hamilton.

Robert married Leslie Litchfield HUNT [10599] [MRIN: 4812] in 1920 in New Zealand. Leslie died in Jan 1923 in Hamilton Waikato New Zealand.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 174 F    i. Joan Patricia McFARLAND [10690] was born in Mar 1921 in Hamilton Waikato New Zealand.

Robert next married Dorothy Alice WILSON [10600] [MRIN: 4813] in 1929 in New Zealand.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 175 F    i. Robin Elizabeth McFARLAND [10601] was born in 1931 in Hamilton Waikato New Zealand.

   176 M    ii. Timothy Duffus McFARLAND [10602] was born in 1936 in Hamilton Waikato New Zealand.


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