Te Aroha Marriages

 Te Aroha Marriages
Te Aroha News
These marriage notices can all be found on the fabulous PapersPast
                    On July 17, at St George’s Church, Thames, by the Rev W Calder, Arthur William, second son of Mr Thomas Taylor, Te Aroha to Ann, eldest daughter of Mr George Devey, Cabinet-maker, Te Aroha, late of Thames. – Home papers please copy. [Te Aroha News, Sat 4 Aug 1883, p.2., col.2.]
                    On the 2nd inst., at the residence of the bridegroom’s father, Whitaker street, Te Aroha, by the Rev. G.T. Marshall, William George, eldest son of Mr G. Devey, Cabinet-maker, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Mr Jas. Dunn, of Auckland.  [Te Aroha News, Sat 19 Jan 1884, p.2., col.2.]
                    On the 16th inst., at Te Aroha, by the Rev. W. Ferguson, John, only son of Mr John Murray, late of Mount Stuart, Otago, to Caroline Ida, second daughter of Mr George Devey, Te Aroha.  [Te Aroha News, Sat 19 Apr 1884, p.2., col.1.]
                    On Monday, May 13th at Linton, Cambridge, by the Rev. W Evans, Henry Buttle to Matilda C., third daughter of the late W.J. Young.  [Te Aroha News, Sat 24 May 1884, p.2., col. 1.]
                    On the 25th inst, at the residence of the bride’s parents, by the Rev. J. McIntosh, George M., youngest son of the late Mr Frederick William Burke, of London, to Jessie, youngest daughter of Mr Thos. Hood, of Te Aroha.  [Te Aroha News, Sat 28 Jun 1884, p.2., col. 2.]
                    On Sept. 4th, at Te Aroha, by the Rev. S.J. Neill, Thames, assisted by Rev. J. McIntosh, Arthur Grey Haselridge Buckby, M.R.C.S., eldest son of the late Dr Buckby, Leicestershire, England, to Martha, eldest daughter of Mr James Clarke.  [Te Aroha News, Sat 4 Oct 1884, p.2., col.2.]
                    On June 30th, at the residence of the bride, by the Rev. T. J. Wills, Robert Nelson to Mary, daughter of the late John Long. [Te Aroha News, 4 Jul 1885, p.2.]
On the 21st inst., at the residence of the bride’s parents, by the Rev. T. J. Wills, William, third son of Mr James Samson, to Emily Anna, eldest daughter of Mt Charles Mansfield Clark Joy, both of Wairongomai. [Te Aroha News, 26 Sep 1885, p.2.]
On February 17th, at Hikutaia, by the Rev. F. G. Evans, Alfred Joshua Thorp to Anna S. Horgan, only daughter of G. B. Horgan, Esq. [Te Aroha News, 27 Feb 1886, p.2.]
On November 3 at St. Mark’s Church, Remuera, by the Rev. Issac Richards, Arthur Downes, of Te Aroha, to Emily, fourth daughter of the late George Hunter, granddaughter and adopted child of the late Thomas Jex, surgeon, Woolwich, London. [Te Aroha News, 13 Nov 1886, p.2.]
On November 9, at the Remuera Wesleyan Church, by the Rev. J.S. Hill, Andrew C. Caughey, eldest son of Mr James Caughey, Archhill, to Lucy H. Rainger, eldest daughter of Mr Joseph Rainger, Brighton, Parnell. [Te Aroha News, 13 Nov 1886, p.2.]
On June 3rd 1887, at the Registrar’s Office, Te Aroha, Philip Charles Plato of Chesham, Bucks, England, to Alice Laura, second daughter of T. Shalders Esq., Oamaru. [Te Aroha News, 4 Jun 1887, page 2.]
At St. Mark’s Church, Te Aroha, July 26th, by the Rev. J. Marshall, John Archibald, eldest son of Joseph Cochrane, Hamilton, to Ellen Marychurch, eldest daughter of Frederick Strange, Aylesbury, Waitoa. [Te Aroha News, 30 Jul 1887, page 2.]
On July 2nd, at St George’s Church, Thames, by the Rev. F.G. Evans, Theodore Minet, third son of H.C. Lawlor, Thames, to Kate Parnall, youngest daughter of the late Peter Werry Cleave, of Trevanion Estate, Wadebridge, England. [Te Aroha News, Volume VI, Issue 280, 11 July 1888, Page 2.]
At Karangahake, on the 15th August, by the Rev Mr Lawry, Charles Spencer Brown, to Annie, eldest daughter of Mr Ralph Pennell, Karangahake. [Te Aroha News, Volume VI, Issue 293, 25 August 1888, Page 2.]
Auckland, Dec. 22nd 1888, Fred. George Bendall, only son of S. Bendall, Esqr., Hobart, to Dora, youngest daughter of E.F. Roch, Esq. Ohineroa. [Te Aroha News, Volume VI, Issue 329, 29 December 1888, Page 2.]
On Thursday, June 27th, at the residence of the bride's brother in-law, Mr H. Baskiville by the. Rev. S. Lawry. John Wesley Butler, youngest son of Mr Joseph Butler, Cambridge, to Christina Mace, second daughter of Mr Jno. Mace, Waiorongomai. [Te Aroha News, Volume VII, Issue 382, 6 July 1889, Page 2.]
On October 29th, at St. Andrew's Church, Gisborne, by the Rev J. McAra, Edwin Pascoe, third son of Joseph Philip Roberts, of Pakuranga, Auckland, to Reine, only daughter of William Bailey, of Pututaihi, Gisborne. [Te Aroha News, Volume VII, Issue 417, 6 November 1889, Page 2.]
On October 27th, at Waiorongomai, by the Rev S. Lawry, Richard Julian, youngest son of the late Thrums Rusden, Thames,  to Louise Jane, eldest daughter of A. L. Forsman, Waiorongomai. Taranaki papers please copy. [Te Aroha News, Volume VII, Issue 421, 20 November 1889, Page 2.]
On Wednesday last Mr. W.H. Herries (who recently bought out his partner's interest in that valuable farm at Shaftesbury, until then the property of Messrs Thompson and Herries), was married to Miss Roche, daughter of Mr E.F. Roche, J.P., of Ohineroa, Shaftesbury. The wedding took place at the residence of the bride's father, Rev. F.G. Evans officiating. The event was celebrated in the quietest manner possible, as, beyond Mr Roche's family, Miss Purchas (bridesmaid), and Mr E.C. Meysey Thompson (best man), only a very few intimate friends were invited. The happy couple in the afternoon drove direct to their future home, the residence of Mr. W.H. Herries; which has been recently greatly enlarged and newly furnished in preparation for the wedding. We join with many others in wishing the newly married couple long life and much happiness and prosperity. [Te Aroha & Ohinemuri News, Saturday 7 December 1889, page 2 ]


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