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Re: Edward & Mary TERRY passengers on "Caduceus" arrived Auckland 1860
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 01 October 16 06:03 BST (UK) »
off NZ BMD - Marriage -1862/5021   Mary   Terry to John   Rout

John’s father John Rout died 30 Aug 1878 age 87 yrs.

Children born to Mary & John Rout on NZ BMD:

1874/15207   Rout   Ellen   -Mary   John - married Stanley Harris Tirrell - NZ Herald Vol XL Issue 12410 – 4 Nov 1903 – Marriage
TIRRELL – ROUT – On Oct 14 1903 by the Rev W Slade at “B…?” Onehunga the residence of the bride’s brother Stanley Harris, youngest son of William Tirrell of London to Ellen eldest daughter of the late John Rout of Onehunga


1875/2847   Rout   Frederick Ernest   - Mary   John – Frederick married Nelly Elizabeth Westbrook 1903 – was a Clerk, Grey St West Onehunga on NZ WW2 Reserves Rolls – 2nd Div in 1917.

Ashburton Guardian Vol XX1 Issue 5934 8 April 1903 – Marriage
ROUT – WESTBROOKE – At the Manse Springburn on April 7th by the father of the bride, Frederick Ernest son of the late John Rout of Onehunga to Nelly Elizabeth eldest daughter of Rev BJ Westbrooke FGS of Springburn. he died 1962 - 1962/26476   Rout   Frederick Ernest   86Y

1878/3805   Rout   Mary Elizabeth   Mary   John – died 23 Jan 1879 Onchunga NZ (off Paperspast)

1880/370   Rout   Grace Annie   Mary   John - dont think she married as one by that name on ERs  and buried in a Rout family plot at Mangere Cemetery -
Name:   Grace Annie Rout
Birth Date:   abt 1879
Death Age:   71
Death Date:   18 Dec 1950
Burial Place:   Auckland, New Zealand
Cemetery:   Mangere


Think this is a very good contender for father and husband of Mary -  John Rout’s death

1899/3863   Rout   John   62Y – Auckland Star Vol XXX 218 – 14 Sept 1899 – DEATH
ROUT – At Princes st Onehunga, on Wed 13th Sept, John the beloved husband of Mary Rout in his sixty third year. The funeral will leave his late residence for St Peter’s Cemetery tomorrow (Friday) at 2.30pm

Cant seem to locate Mary's death unless they have transcribed it wrong... or she remarried or returned to UK...
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Val

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Re: Edward & Mary TERRY passengers on "Caduceus" arrived Auckland 1860
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 01 October 16 06:15 BST (UK) »
Found Mary… NZ Herald Vol LV1 Issue 17140 – 21 April 1919 – DEATHS

ROUT – On Saturday April 19 at her late residence Swanmore, Quadrant rd Onehunga, Mary, widow of the late John Rout and mother of Mrs Tirrell and Mr Fred and Miss Grace Rout, in her 84th year – At Home with God.

NZ BMD - 1919/2646   Rout   Mary   83Y

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Re: Edward & Mary TERRY passengers on "Caduceus" arrived Auckland 1860
« Reply #11 on: Saturday 01 October 16 07:59 BST (UK) »
Thanks Lu for the clarification around Intention to Marry records.

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Re: Edward & Mary TERRY passengers on "Caduceus" arrived Auckland 1860
« Reply #12 on: Saturday 01 October 16 08:07 BST (UK) »
Thanks Val for this wealth of information which is very much appreciated.

I have had a quick look at the 1841, 1851 and 1861 census info for the family and have't been able to find William Terrey in Southhampton.  Will take another took and see what I can find.

A work in progress ....

Wendy

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Re: Edward & Mary TERRY passengers on "Caduceus" arrived Auckland 1860
« Reply #13 on: Saturday 01 October 16 14:48 BST (UK) »
Hi Wendy

Yes, William TERRY is there is 1851.   ;D

At Botley, Hants. (Hampshire)

- William TERRY - head - 44 years - Grocer
- Martha - 47 ? - wife
- Mary - 15 -  born Hants - Droxford
- other siblings -- Sarah / Elizabeth / John / Ellen

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Re: Edward & Mary TERRY passengers on "Caduceus" arrived Auckland 1860
« Reply #14 on: Saturday 01 October 16 15:08 BST (UK) »
[Incidental :   The Probate record of Mary ROUT (nee TERRY or TERREY) gives her birthplace as > Swanmore, Hampshire.
A Mary TERRY was baptised at Droxford on 10 January 1836 - the d/o William and Martha.
On 15 November 1851 a Mary TERRY (father, William) married a Charles MILLS at Botley (reg. at S. Stoneham, Hants).  No further info as to whether this is or was the same May who came to NZ? ]

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Re: Edward & Mary TERRY passengers on "Caduceus" arrived Auckland 1860
« Reply #15 on: Saturday 01 October 16 15:16 BST (UK) »
Hi Val,

I know nothing else about them which is why I am looking into them.  I don't know whether they were siblings or husband/wife.

I have had another post on the New Zealand board re the cutter "Hero".  An Edward TERRY (Seaman) was one of the crew who drowned in July 1875 near Mokau, Taranaki.


Hi Wendy

re:  Your search for Edward TERRY :

Perhaps if you tell us "how you have come by the name Edward TERRY, and what you are hoping to find out about him", then we may have a better chance of tracking him down ?    :)

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Re: Edward & Mary TERRY passengers on "Caduceus" arrived Auckland 1860
« Reply #16 on: Saturday 01 October 16 23:14 BST (UK) »
Thanks Lu for the probate and census information.
Interesting the death notice for Mary ROUT in 1919 states that she died at her residence "Swanmore", Quadrant Rd, Onehunga - Swanmore being her place of birth.

Re Edward TERRY
Edward TERRY (Seaman) was one of four crew members on the cutter "Hero" which was abandoned by the crew between Mokau and Waitara, Taranaki around 21 July 1875.  Edward Terry and 2 other crew members drowned. Reports are on Paperspast; Auckland Star 26 July 1875 pg 2, Taranaki Herald 24 July 1875 pg 2 and NZ Herald 5 August 1875 pg 6 Shipping Summary "The Loss of the cutter "Hero".

I have since found an Edward TERRY in the Auckland Electoral Roll 1853-1864, occ Smith - Auckland - Householder.  There were two other TERRY's in the same roll; one a James TERRY, Stationer, Albert street and another James TERRY stationer, freehold estate.  I have not yet been able to find anything further.

I am hoping to find out when Edward TERRY was born and/or baptised and where; parents details and when he came to New Zealand and where he lived.

Wendy

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Re: Edward & Mary TERRY passengers on "Caduceus" arrived Auckland 1860
« Reply #17 on: Saturday 01 October 16 23:34 BST (UK) »
Hi Wendy

Have since found the Mary TERRY, 1851 marriage at Botley, Hants. (father : William) - was someone else.

Yes, had also found the Edward TERRY ('smith) and other TERRY's on e/roll, Auckland.  ;)


I am hoping to find out when Edward TERRY was born and/or baptised and where; parents details and when he came to New Zealand and where he lived.


... "when Edward TERRY ..."

But which Edward TERRY ??     The Auckland 'smith ???  ... the seaman who drowned  ???

*  Do you have an Edward TERRY in your "tree" ... or say, married into a family .... or   ???

Just trying to ascertain why it is you are "chasing up" this Edward ?   ;)

   ~  Lu