GALLOP, Ernest Harold
born Sep ¼ 1876 Tottenham North London
son of James T GALLOP butcher
      born c1849 Hastings Sussex possibly died Mar ¼ 1901 aged 52 registered Marylebone
and Ellen born c1857 East Malling Kent (249;295;345)

Keble College Oxford
1898 BA Oxford
1901 MA Oxford
1901 Cuddesdon College Oxford  (founded 1854)
1901 deacon London
1902 priest London
31 Mar 1881 family residing 114 Princes Road Middlesex London (249)
31 Mar 1901 aged 24 residing Cuddesdon College; his mother Ellen residing Hammersmith London (345)
1901-1910 curate S John Walham Green diocese London
1910-1912 curate Christ Church Isle of Dogs
1912-1913 mission priest diocese Auckland
1913-1915 vicar Taumarunui 
      1914 residing Anglican clergyman without a wife vicarage Taumarunui  (266)        
1918-1919 temporary chaplain to the New Zealand forces, first reserves, the vicarage Taumarunui, clerk in holy orders
1916-1928 vicar S John Evangelist Walham Green diocese London
      1916-1940 commissary Auckland
      1920-1927 Limborough lecturer
1928-1941- rector Bobbingworth or Bovinger diocese Chelmsford
      1932-1939 organising secretary for SPG diocese Chelmsford (8)

GALWEY, John De Burgh
born 23 Oct 1867 London died 20 Oct 1941 buried S Andrew churchyard Little River Canterbury
son of William GALWEY civil engineer MICE, worked with Bombay and Baroda railway
      born 12 Jul 1828 Londonderry Ireland died 16 Sep 1876 Wellington
      (married 13 Oct 1855
and Eleanor MINNITT (1882) of the Hutt valley
      born 03 Aug 1824 Anaghbeg Ireland died 15 Jun 1888 Gisborne New Zealand
      youngest daughter of Joshua MINNITT of Annaghbeg co Tiperary Ireland;
married 20 Jul 1910 S Andrew Little River,
COOP Amy Evelyn
born 1832 18 Jan 1877 Little River died 03 Dec 1868 buried S Andrew churchyard Little River Canterbury
third daughter of William COOP sheepfarmer and millwright
      born c1832 died 01 Jul 1897 aged 65 buried S Andrew churchyard Little River
      first  son of James COOP
          born 20 Dec 1806 Radcliffe Lancashire died 21 Jun 1871 Melbourne Australia
      and Alice OPENSHAW born 14 Sep 1806 Openshaw died 18 Jan 1855 Melbourne
      married 1858 Geelong? Australia
and Mary Jane HOLT
      died 13 Jun 1905 buried S Andrew churchyard Little River Canterbury (328;36;124;21;69;96)
privately in Nelson, and Wellington College
1889-1890 Bishopdale Theological College: until its closure  (33)
1890 registered at Canterbury College but transferred to Auckland College
1892 College of S John Evangelist Auckland (83)
1893 BA University of New Zealand  (Auckland College)
1897 grade IV Board Theological Studies
25 Mar 1893 deacon Nelson
01 May 1896 priest Nelson (211)
1884-1889 clerk government insurance office (33)
1892/3-1896/7 curate Suburban North Nelson and domestic chaplain to bishop of Nelson
      tutor Bishopdale College Nelson (33;26)
19 Dec 1896-Dec 1898 licensed one year (1st) priest-in-charge (vice FitzGERALD O in England) S Thomas city and diocese Wellington (242)
1898-1899 assistant curate S George Birmingham diocese Worcester
Feb 1900-1901 organising secretary New Zealand Church Missionary Association (33)
      16 Mar 1900-31 Oct 1901 permission to officiate diocese Wellington (140)
01 Feb 1902-1907 vicar Little River diocese Christchurch
27 Mar 1907-1910 vicar Belfast and Marshland
      1905-1913 chaplain of the Chatham Islands (91)
      09 Mar 1905-17 Mar 1911 many baptisms on Chatham Islands (CDU)
      1905-1911 visits annually to Chatham Islands
      Jan 1907-Feb 1907 visit to Chatham Islands (69)
20 Aug 1910-1913 chaplain for the cathedral mission districts, Lr Riccarton and Heathcote valley
22 Dec 1915-1919 vicar Sumner
10 Jun 1919-1934 diocesan registrar and secretary to the Church Property Trustees
      and organising secretary of diocesan education board
      1919-1925 provincial secretary New Zealand
      17 Aug 1921-1934 honorary canon Christchurch cathedral
      09 Dec 1922-1934 chaplain in ordinary to the bishop of Christchurch (91)
01 Mar 1934 retired on pension (96)
16 Jul 1934 officiating minister diocese Christchurch (91)
-1937 chaplain S Audrie’s school West Quantoxhead Devon
05 May 1938 locum tenens Eversley
03 Dec 1938 departing England ORMONDE for New Zealand (69)
29 Mar 1939 officiating minister diocese Christchurch
admirer of KINGSLEY Charles a Victorian writer and teacher
1927 residing 28 Stratford St Fendalton Christchurch
Mar 1934 photograph (69)
22 Oct 1941 p8e obituary (41)

GAMBLE, Alfred
born 04 Jan 1867 Foleshill Hawksbury near Coventry co Warwick England
died 15 August 1960 Bairnsdale Victoria buried Hazelwood cemetery Australia
son of Edward GAMBLE farmer (1881) of Hawkesbury Fields farm 140 acres employing 3 men 1 boy
      born c1825 Monks Kirby co Warwick
and Laura born c1831 London co Middlesex;
married 1895 Victoria Australia,
Hannah APPLEGATE born 13 Aug 1870 Bate Victoria died 11 May 1946
daughter of Paul APPLEGATE
      married 1869 Cavan Victoria Australia
and Ellen PRATT  (249;111)
three years Nuneaton grammar school
23 Dec 1894 deacon Melbourne
22 Dec 1895 priest Melbourne (111)
31 Mar 1881 aged 14 residing with his parents and five siblings, and one servant Hawkesbury Fields farm Warwickshire (249)
28 Dec 1894-1897 deacon Morwell Victoria diocese Melbourne
23 Dec 1895 priest Morwell
09 Feb 1897 incumbent Omeo
1897-1898 curate Christ Church Geelong
1899-1901 minister Rosedale Victoria
5 Aug 1901-1903 Wodonga (licensed diocese Melbourne – 1902 part of diocese Wangaratta)
28 Aug 1903-31 Dec 1904 curate S George Hobart diocese Tasmania
27 Dec 1904 (sic) general license diocese Gippsland
07 Sep 1905 S Luke South Melbourne diocese Melbourne
30 Aug 1906-31 Oct 1906 permission to officiate diocese Wellington (308)
1906-1907 organising secretary Church Missionary Association of New Zealand
01 Jun 1907-02 Nov 1909 minister Cunninghame Victoria diocese Gippsland
12 Nov 1909-1913 priest Leongatha Victoria
05 Nov 1912-15 Aug 1913  rector Leongatha
01 Dec 1910 rural dean South Gippsland
19 Dec 1913-1914 rector St Helens diocese Tasmania
03 Jun 1914-6 Oct 1919 Richmond diocese Tasmania
04 Mar 1920-30 Jun 1921 Kempton Tasmania
18 Jun 1921(sic)-28 Feb 1930 S Stephen Hobart
03 Nov 1926 two months locum tenens  Prospect and Seven Hills diocese Sydney
01 Apr 1930 locum tenens S Alban Mooroopna diocese Bendigo
05 Feb 1932 twelve months  locum tenens Portarlington diocese Melbourne
18 Aug 1944 permission to officiate for Rosedale & Gormandale diocese Gippsland
26 Mar 1945 general license (111)
brought up Primitive Methodist
n d farmed

GARBETT, Robert Fitzhugh
born 08 Feb 1848 Clayton co Sussex England
died 16 Feb 1912 East Oxford buried S Andrew churchyard Oxford Canterbury
third son of the Venerable James GARBETT archdeacon of Chichester
      rector (1835-1879) Clayton cum Keymer Sussex
      born c1802 Hereford died 26 Mar 1879 Brighton Sussex
      first son of the Revd James GARBETT prebendary of Hereford
and Frances SIMPKINSON;
married 29 Apr 1884 S Cuthbert Governor’s Bay,
died 02 Dec 1928 Christchurch
daughter of Thomas Henry POTTS botanist farmer and gentleman of Ohinetahi Governor’s Bay
      born 23 Nov 1824 London died 27 Jul 1888 Christchurch
      son of Thomas POTTS gun maker died 1842
      and Mary Ann FREEMAN
      married 02 Apr 1850 Bourton Dunsmore co Warwick
      died 02 Jun 1919 Christchurch
      daughter of Henry PHILLIPS of Rockwood station Hororata Canterbury
          (1851) possibly refiner stone maker Aston co Warwick
          born 1805 died September 1877
      and Mary Ann (1851) possibly aged 44 of Aston co Warwick (5;121;21;22;96;124;142;145)
Brighton College (6)
Upper department Christ’s College  (71)
18 Dec 1881 deacon Christchurch (1st ordinations in Christ Church cathedral)
18 Feb 1883 priest Christchurch (Christchurch cathedral) (3)
      1865 arrived Lyttelton BLUE JACKET (6)
-1876 lay ministry the Thames district diocese Auckland (70)
18 Dec 1881 deacon assistant to the Bishop at Governor’s Bay diocese Christchurch
19 Feb 1883-Jan 1884 Governor’s Bay and Little River
05 Feb 1884 pastoral district Longbeach and Mt Somers
01 Apr 1886 new license for only Longbeach [no financial support from Mt Somers] (3)
01 Apr 1891-Feb 1912 vicar Oxford-Cust (14;26)
1891 Sermon on Religious Education
papers on eschatology, and Christian Social Union
series on English church history The Press Christchurch (26)
19 Feb 1912 (41)
Mar 1912 p18 (69)

GARD’NER, Kate Eleanor (Sister Eleanor CSN)
born 17 Oct 1879 Croydon  died 16 Oct 1951 Christchurch buried Linwood cemetery
daughter of Maitland GARD’NER, musician of Dunedin later of Avonside,
      run-holder (1886) The Lakes, Hurunui North Canterbury 
      and (1904) lay-reader cathedral district S Paul Dunedin 
and Kate (21)
17 Feb 1910 probationer
Jan 1914 C certificate for teaching (130)
14 May 1914 professed religious
20 May 1914 deaconess Christchurch (Christchurch cathedral) (91)
teacher S Hilda school Dunedin (125)
1910-1911 probationer, working at Avonside
1914 novice, teaching at the Waltham state school for a year
1914-1915 in charge church primary school at Shirley
1917 recovering from TB
1917-1924 teaching S Saviour school Richmond
1925-1932 headmistress S Mark day school Opawa
1932-1937 Mother Superior CSN (130)
1939-1941 headmistress S Michael day school (15)
1947-1951 teacher S Francis school Avonside (130)
Dec 1951 p14 obituary (125)

GARDINER, Allen Francis
born 15 Feb 1862 Lota South Chile South America  died 28 May 1912 Oxford England on holiday
brother to Emily Rose GARDINER born 29 Oct 1859 Nailsworth registered Stroud co Gloucester
          died 08 Feb 1942 Havelock North Hawkes Bay New Zealand
eldest son and second child of the Revd Allen Weare GARDINER trained in medicine
          (1855) 1st cl law and history Oxford 
          (1860-1868) medical missionary in Lota South Chile
          (1870-1877) in diocese Bathurst Australia
          born 1832 died 11 Dec 1878 Durban South Africa
          on day of welcome as incumbent S Thomas’ church Durban South Africa
          son of Captain Allen GARDINER a founder of Durban South Africa, and of the *Patagonian Missionary Society
                          died 1851 of starvation with six companions Tierra del Fuego South America
          married 05 Oct 1858
and of Eliza Rose LLOYD died 29 Jun 1874 Orange NSW
          daughter of the Revd - LLOYD;
married 10 Dec 1889 New Zealand,
Agnes Maria WILLIAMS born 21 Jul 1862 died 08 Mar 1921
daughter of the Right Revd William Leonard WILLIAMS 3rd bishop of Waiapu  
          born 22 Jul 1829 Paihia Bay of Islands died 24 Aug 1916 Taumata Napier
          eldest (second (54)) son and third child of William WILLIAMS
                          born 18 Jul 1800 Nottingham baptized 30 Oct 1800
                          died 09 Feb 1878 Hukarere Napier Hawkes Bay
          and Jane NELSON
                          baptized 29 Apr 1801 St Mary Gate Independent chapel Nottingham
                          died 06 Oct 1896 Hukarere Napier;
and Sarah WANKLYN
          died 18 Dec 1894 Napier (272;22;352;121;family information)
*Note  This became the South American Missionary Society (SAMS)
Pembroke College Cambridge, left an invalid (family information;4)
1887 grade IV Board of Theological Studies 
15 Feb 1889 deacon Waiapu
09 Mar 1890 priest Waiapu
1868 with the family returned to England, later joined the royal navy and left an invalid (family information)
31 Mar 1881 midshipman officer royal navy, lodger aged 19 residing with sister Rose aged 21 (she living on income from trustees) boardinghouse 7 White Rock Place Hastings co Sussex (352)
joined the family in New Zealand
Apr 1888 started the Sailors’ Rest in Wellington
1889-1893 assistant (to Canon WEBB) curate East Coast mission district Waerenga-a-Hika Gisborne diocese Waiapu
12 Nov 1898-31 Dec 1899 permission to officiate diocese Wellington (242)
          1893-1894 locum tenens at Marton diocese Wellington (family information)
1893-1898 vicar Waipawa diocese Waiapu
          1898 in ill health resigned Waipawa
1899 curate Marton diocese Wellington
1900-1901 curate Havelock North diocese Waiapu
1901-1911 vicar Havelock North
son Canon Sydney Reade GARDINER born 21 Apr 1900 died 11 Sep 1973
grandson the Revd Anthony GARDINER priests
will probate at £4 000 (63)

born 26 Nov 1887 Wellington New Zealand  
died 09 Dec 1918 of influenza Pongaroa near Dannevirke
buried 10 Dec 1918 (by MONAGHAN H) Pongaroa cemetery (63)
possibly: son of Robert GARDNER (Oct 1882) ironmonger of Wellington, owner of property worth £2 329
[possibly Robert GARDNER died 09 Nov 1939 buried Karori
and possibly Agnes D N - died 04 Aug 1941 buried Karori cemetery]
Hadfield Theological College Kelburn by the Revd Arthur COMPTON
21 Dec 1913 deacon Wellington (242)
19 Dec 1915 priest Wellington (308)
21 Dec 1913 curate with duties in district Kelburn parish S Peter diocese Wellington
01 Oct 1917-death vicar Pongaroa (308) 

GARLAND, David John
born 04 Oct 1863 Dublin Ireland
died 09 Oct 1939 buried Toowong cemetery Brisbane Australia
son of James GARLAND librarian
and Mary SAUNDERS;
married 26 Oct 1892 Christ Church S Laurence Sydney,
Mary HADFIELD died 14 May 1933
daughter of Thomas HADFIELD of Grafton
and widow of HAWKINS (111)
privately educated
1886 articled to a solicitor Queensland Australia
06 Oct 1889 deacon Grafton and Armidale
24 Feb 1892 priest Perth (111)
1889-1890 curate Grafton NSW diocese Grafton and Armidale
1890-1891 curate Quirindi
04 May 1891 curate Narrandera diocese Riverina
27 Aug 1891 curate Broken Hill (111)
28 Feb 1892 mission priest diocese Perth
      1893-1895 in Southern Cross, Dongara, Roebourne (SPG funded)
      1894-1895 with Carnarvon (manuscript additions to proof text (47))
1895-1898 priest-in-charge Victoria Park Perth (334)
17 May 1895-07 Sep 1901 registrar and organising chaplain
      1895-1902 editor West Australian Church News
      1897-1902 manager Swan Boys Orphanage and Native and Halfcaste Mission (111)
      18 Jun 1900 canon S George cathedral Perth
      23 Dec 1902 canonry declared vacant (Perth bishop’s register)
01 Apr 1902-15 Dec 1902 locum tenens S James city and diocese Sydney
17 Dec 1902 incumbent S Paul Charters Towers, canon of S James cathedral Townsville (111)
12 Mar 1903 archdeacon diocese North Queensland (133)
15 Aug 1904 registrar diocese North Queensland
14 Dec 1907 incumbent Holy Trinity Woolloongabba Brisbane
      06 Feb 1913 resigned
26 Jul 1912 honorary canon S John cathedral Brisbane
29 Jul 1912 two years leave of absence diocese Brisbane
Aug 1912 organising secretary Bible in State schools League New Zealand (69)
      Sep 1912 permission to officiate diocese Wellington so long as organising secretary (140)
      20 Aug 1912 general license diocese Christchurch New Zealand (111)
      1915 application by New Zealand bishops for him to be granted a Lambeth degree DD was rejected as his valuable work does not fall within the category of literary accomplishment for which alone the degree should be conferred
25 May 1915 mission chaplain (ie general license) diocese Brisbane
01 Aug 1920-09 Oct 1939 incumbent S Barnabas Ithaca and Bardon diocese Brisbane (111)
Oct 1912 pp2-6 article (69)
1913 author ‘Religious Instruction in State schools’
1915-1920 (active 1917-1918) chaplain Australian Imperial Forces
1916-1918 honorary organising secretary for recruiting soldiers Queensland
1916-1918 co-founder Queensland compulsory service league
n d secretary Bible-in-schools league Queensland
1915 Volunteer Decoration
1932 author The Risen Lord (play)
1932/4 Order of the British Empire
20 Oct 1939 obituary Church Standard (111)

GASKIN, Richard Hampson
born c1838 died 24 Sep 1872 aged 34 by drowning crossing Aorere river Collingwood Nelson;
married 1871 New Zealand,
Caroline TAYLOR
born c1846 died 19 Jun 1928 aged 82 at Cobden West Coast buried cemetery Greymouth
daughter of Charles TAYLOR of Cobden died 17 Dec 1878 aged 58
and Ruth died 12 Jun 1890 aged 68
1869-1871 Bishopdale Theological College Nelson
01 May 1871 deacon Nelson (in Christ Church Nelson) (33)
1863-1865 teacher Bishop’s school Nelson
Nov 1871-Sep 1872 curate Collingwood and Takaka diocese Nelson (33)

GAULT, Cecil
born 12 Oct 1898 Kew registered Richmond Surrey England died 15 Sep 1987 at Seaford near Lewes Sussex buried locally
brother to Doris Muriel GAULT born 15 May 1890 Prospect North Adelaide South Australia
      died 08 Jan 1962 aged 71 of cancer Christchurch New Zealand
brother to Leslie Roberts GAULT
      born 05 Oct 1885 at College Park Adelaide South Australia
son of Robert Henry GAULT
      born 03 May 1858 Magill Adelaide South Australia
      died 08 Dec 1898 aged 41 Magill South Australia
      a son of Robert Nelson GAULT
          fifth son of Robert GAULT merchant of Trillick co Tyrone Ireland
          born c1787 died 21 Mar 1857 aged 70 at residence of his son Upper Brook St Manchester
         married 03 Apr 1855 Wesleyan chapel Pirie St Adelaide,
      and Charlotte Huxtable PERRYMAN
          eldest daughter of Henry William PERRYMAN surveyor
          and Elizabeth SAUNDERS
      married (1) 1885 Woollahra Sydney,
 and Harriett Mary Australia ROBERTS
      born 1860 Sydney baptized 1880 Holy Trinity garrison church Sydney, 
      daughter of John ROBERTS born c1830 Boxhill Sussex
 (Australian records;345;295)
Sep 1913-1916 (Shield House) Hurstpierpoint College Sussex
07 Apr 1914 confirmed at college by bishop of Chichester
1916 Royal Military College, Sandhurst
1924 Corpus Christi College Oxford (321)
1926 BA Oxford
1930 MA Oxford
1925 S Stephen’s House Oxford (founded 1876)
1926 deacon Willesden for London
1927 priest London (8)
31 Mar 1901 residing Richmond Surrey, with mother Harriett GAULT, siblings Doris and Leslie GAULT (345)
teenage experience on uncle’s sheep station Australia (personal information)
01 May 1917 2nd lieutenant 4th Battalion, East Surrey regiment
22 Nov 1917-May 1919 24th Punjabis, in India
      01 May 1918 lieutenant
      25 May 1918 acting captain and adjutant
May 1919-Oct 1920 army of the Black Sea and Egyptian Expeditionary
 - c1923 captain 24th Punjabis British Indian army
1926-1932 assistant (to Basil JELLICOE) curate S Mary Somers Town, and assistant missioner Magdalen College Oxford
Note: he with the Revd Hugh BRODIE (later chaplain at Radley College Abingdon) and Lord CLAIMORE (later the earl of WICKLOW) had assistance from the Harrow Rovers crew in its mission to Somers Town (internet)
1932-1939 vicar (vice Cyril Parkinson SHAW formerly 1st vicar SS Mary Magdalene and John Evangelist Goldthorpe) S Mary Magdalene Paddington (patron Keble College) diocese London
      1936 the Revd JWS TOMLIN principal of College of Augustine Canterbury suggested GAULT as possible candidate for bishopric of Papua New Guinea, but JH GREIG bishop of Guildford and adviser to LANG archbishop of Canterbury considered him ‘too definitely Anglo-Catholic’ [which is untrue for the diocese was very definitely Anglo-Catholic] (280)
      1939 after breakdown in health year’s leave during which visited New Zealand including CEB MUSCHAMP
1940-1948 vicar S Columba Seaton Burn North Gosforth diocese Newcastle-on-Tyne England
1948-1951 vicar Bishopstone with Stratford Tony diocese Salisbury
1951-1963 vicar (vice MUSCHAMP CEB) Christchurch S Michael and All Angels city and diocese Christchurch
1963 retired residing Diamond Harbour Lyttelton, assisting priest Christchurch S Luke 
1964-c1980 resident chaplain Franciscan Servants of Jesus and Mary, Posbury S Francis Crediton Devon diocese Exeter (8)
c1980 retired to Seaford Lewes Sussex
as a young man, keen cricketer, motor cyclist (321)
-1922- member British Empire Club
member Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament
priest associate Holy House of our Lady of Walsingham
c1954 founder in New Zealand of the Guild of S Raphael for the healing ministry
1951 described by the bishop of Salisbury as a fine priest, but his sister as a ‘very difficult gentlewoman’ [which was true] (KE FRY; personal information)

GAUT, Harry/Henry Charles Lusher
born c1866 Barnham co Suffolk baptized ‘Harry Charles’ 09 Jun 1867 Barnham Suffolk
died 16 Feb 1933 Winton Southland New Zealand buried 19 Feb 1933 Winton cemetery
son of Thomas GAUT baptised 19 May 1839 Barnham co Suffolk
      son of James GAUT
      married 05 May 1821 Barnham co Suffolk
      and Martha BUCKLAND
and Harriet;
married (1) probably Mar ¼ 1889 Swansea Wales,
Louisa Annie HOPKINS
born c1865 Bradworthy Devon
died 15 Nov 1927 Invercargill buried Winton cemetery;
married (2) 1931 New Zealand,
Alice MacDonald MOORE died 04 Aug 1955 Winton Southland (345;352;121)
County Union Examination for the Congregational church
Manchester P.M. (357)
23 Apr 1922 deacon Dunedin  (at Holy Innocents Woodhaugh)
17 Dec 1922 priest Dunedin  (151)
n d Primitive Methodist pastor in Manchester
1900-1902 Congregationalist minister Whittlesea Cambridge (345)
1902-1907 in Soham Cambridgeshire
1907-1911 in Ilford, High Rd (assistant to VINE CH)
1911-c1917 in High Wycombe residing 19 Priory Avenue High Wycombe
1917 gone from list of Congregational ministers (357)
1918 received into ministry Presbyterian church in Otago New Zealand
05 May 1919 inducted minister Waianiwa in Southland presbytery
12 Feb 1922 resigned Presbyterian ministry to enter the Anglican church (333)
23 Apr 1922 assistant (to WOODTHORPE Archdeacon) curate Cromwell and Pembroke diocese Dunedin 
31 Jan 1924-Sep 1925 vicar parochial district Tapanui (326;151)
24 Sep 1925-Feb 1933 vicar parochial district Roxburgh (151)
01 Mar 1933 p23 obituary The Church Envoy
Note his daughters Mary Louise GAUT married the Revd John N GOODMAN, and Phyllis Muriel GAUT married the Revd Christopher N LUKER (266).

GAVIN, Gordon Hay
born 25 Nov 1883 Wellington New Zealand
died 10 May 1966 New Plymouth ashes interred 17 Jul 1966 churchyard S Mary New Plymouth
son of James Clark GAVIN secretary to the treasury died 1909 Wellington  
and Elizabeth (Lizzie) HAY extant 1931;
died unmarried (266;328)
Thorndon primary school
1898-1899 Wanganui Collegiate school (331)
1906 DDS (Doctor Dental Surgery) Toronto University: but did not practise
studied extractions at Royal Dental hospital Leicester Square London
1907-Dec 1910 College of S John Evangelist Auckland
1912 grade IV Board of Theological Studies 
18 Dec 1910 deacon Melanesia for Auckland sede vacante
21 Dec 1912 priest Auckland  (Holy Sepulchre) (WNL;317)
1910-1914 assistant curate S Sepulchre city and diocese Auckland
1914-1918 chaplain with New Zealand Expeditionary Forces in Egypt, France, Belgium World War 1
      mentioned in dispatches; nominal roll volume 1 18/1 chaplain-captain second draft, single, address 156 Grafton Rd Auckland, next of kin Mrs JC GAVIN Hatton St Karori Wellington (354)
1918-1932 vicar Waitara diocese of Auckland (latterly, Waikato)
      28 Jun 1927-1951 collated and installed canon cathedral S Peter Hamilton diocese Waikato,
      bishop’s appointment for parochial misions and retreats
      1930-1960 archdeacon of Taranaki
11 Jan 1932-1949 vicar parish  S Mary New Plymouth
      residing 37 Vivian St New Plymouth (331)
1949 retired
      1950 commissary during vacancy in see Waikato  (318)
1950-1960 vicar general diocese Waikato (207;83)
1960 archdeacon emeritus
1960-1963- licence to officiate
1963 residing 135 Lemon St New Plymouth Taranaki New Zealand
Oct 1882 his father owner land Ashburton Canterbury worth £100, Wellington £1 100 (36)
member standing committee general synod
member New Plymouth Historical Society
member New Plymouth Literary Society
member council Astronomical Society
collector of coins of the Roman empire
1928 Fellow Royal Numismatic Society 
10 May 1966 Taranaki Herald
11 May 1966 p19 Evening Post

GEDDES, Robert Finlay
born 09 Oct 1880 Tubbercurry co Sligo Ireland
died 21 Aug 1953 Kerikeri Bay of Islands New Zealand buried Pakaraka
son the Revd Robert Alexander GEDDES;
married (1) 1915 (New Zealand),
Edith Emily HALL
born c1892 died 30 Jul 1917 aged 25 Stratford Taranaki [but not buried there];
married (2) 1920 (New Zealand), 
Rose Olive ANDREWS (121;266;111)
1893 S Columba’s College Rathfarnham Dublin
Jun 1899 aged 18 church of Ireland a pensioner entered Trinity College Dublin
Winter 1903 BA Dublin
1920 MA Dublin (351)
17 July 1904 deacon Ossory
18 Mar 1906 priest Ossory (111)

18 Jul 1904-1907 curate New Ross co Wexford diocese Ferns
16 Oct 1907-1909 curate Carlow diocese Leighlin
1909-Mar 1913 member Bush Brotherhood North Queensland
1913-1919 mission priest diocese Auckland 
1919-1920 vicar Otorohanga
1920-1922 vicar Clive diocese Waiapu (8)
1922-1933 vicar Puketapu
May 1933 priest-in-charge (vice HANDS WJ) Suva diocese in Polynesia
Sep 1933 vicar general Polynesia
1934 resigned and returned to England (69)
22 Feb 1935-30 Jun 1941 vicar Abbots Langley Watford (8)

GEDE, Samuel

1921 deacon Melanesia
1923 pastor at San Cristoval diocese Melanesia (8)

GEDGE, John Wycliffe
baptized 02 Jun 1836 S Thomas Birmingham co Warwick
died 13 May 1918 Bognor co Sussex England
second son among at least eight children of the Revd Sydney GEDGE
      (1851) second master King Edward school Birmingham co Warwick                       
      vicar (1859-1877) All Saints Northampton, life governor CMS
      born 03 Apr 1802 Bury St Edmunds co Suffolk died 29 Aug 1883 at which date he was a widower
and possibly a DICK;
married Jun ¼ 1860 Birmingham,
Sophia Anna BURT
daughter of the Revd John Toll BURT (1837-c1882) perpetual curate Seething and Mundham Norfolk
      born c1800 Norwich St Stephens Norfolk died Sep ¼ 1882 aged 82 Loddon co Norfolk
and Anne S - born c1804 Woodford Essex (300;272;2;8)
King Edward VI school Birmingham (under Mr GIFFORD)
24 Feb 1855 admitted sub-sizar Trinity College Cambridge
1859 BA 3rd cl Classical Tripos Cambridge
1872 MA Cambridge
trained as missionary by the Revd G CALTHROP, Cheltenham
19 Jun 1859 deacon London
03 Jun 1860 priest (2)
31 Mar 1851 residing with his father married, and seven siblings, visitors, four servants, eight pupils, Face Grammar school New Street Birmingham (300)
1859 curate Holy Trinity chapel Cheltenham diocese Gloucester and Bristol
Jul 1860 sent by CMS to New Zealand
17 Nov 1860 arrived Port Nicholson
1860-1862 principal (CMS) Otaki Training College (for Maori candidates for priesthood)
Note: The college did not exist and his wife took ill with depression and epileptic fits:
      1862 resigned from CMS
1862 returned to England
1862-1865 chaplain Refuge for Destitute, Dalston North London diocese London
1865-1868 chaplain Home and Colonial Training College Grays Inn Rd London
      1867-1869 curate S Lawrence Jewry London
1868-1870 HM inspector schools
      Aug 1870 son Henry Theodore Sydney GEDGE born London (352)
1871-1887 diocesan inspector for West Surrey and Channel islands diocese Winchester
      1872-1874 curate Shalford Surrey
      1877-1886 clerical secretary S John Foundation school Leatherhead
1886-1890 rector Buriton Hampshire
1890-1901 rector S Anthony Bethnal Green Stepney diocese London
      31 Mar 1891 residing South Hackney Christchurch
      31 Mar 1901 residing Bethnal Green (345)
1905-1910 chaplain S Michael school Bognor Sussex diocese Chichester (2)
1918 of Northleigh Lindon Road Bognor Sussex (366)
1890 editor school Board Readers, school Board Manuals
author Young Churchman’s Companion to the Prayer Book
Story of the Judges (WTU;2;89;50)
19 Jun 1918 will probate at London to the Revd Henry Theodore Sydney GEDGE (366)

GERARD, George Vincent
born 24 Nov 1898 Fendalton Christchurch died 14 Jan 1984 Hampshire England
son of George GERARD sheepfarmer of Snowden station Canterbury
      born 02 Dec 1866 Christchurch died Aug 1948 Fendalton
      son of William GERARD stockowner of Snowden (1882 land worth £37,500)
          died 21 Apr 1898 Rakaia Gorge Canterbury
      and Barbara Annie MARCH died 03 Nov 1899 Fendalton Christchurch;
and Frederikka (Frida) Marie BERGH
      daughter of Ludwig BERGH ironmonger
      and Elizabeth MANLY;
married 16 Aug 1920 S Barnabas Fendalton,
Elizabeth Mary BUCKLEY born 1900 Christchurch
daughter of Eugene Charles BUCKLEY
      born 1855 Torquay Devon
      son of the Revd William Louis BUCKLEY
      and Annie Henrietta SHIRLEY;
and Phoebe Graham DAVIDSON born 1864 India
      daughter of Major General Alexander George DAVIDSON
      and Margaret GRAHAM (361;21;19)
1913-1916 Christ’s College
1917, 1922 College House Christchurch
1921 BA Brasenose College Oxford
1925 MA Oxford
1926 LTh New Zealand
21 Dec 1922 deacon Christchurch
23 Dec 1923 priest Christchurch (at S Mary Timaru) (19;28)
28 Oct 1938 bishop (at cathedral S John Napier) by the primate (AVERILL), Christchurch (WEST-WATSON), Dunedin (FITCHETT), Waikato (CHERRINGTON), Wellington (HOLLAND) (8;54)
1918 combatant officer Royal East Kent Regiment, Military Cross (141)
      c1918 commission in The Buffs, the Royal Kent regiment
21 Dec 1922-10 Feb 1927 assistant curate Timaru diocese Christchurch (26;91)
      1925 South Island representative for rugby football (Timaruvian)
Apr 1927 departed diocese Christchurch (96)
1927-1928 assistant curate Holy Saviour Croydon diocese Southwark
1928-1929 assistant curate S Mary Barking Suffolk diocese St Edmundsbury and Ipswich
15 Nov 1929-1932 vicar Pahiatua diocese Wellington
26 Jun 1932-Mar 1936 vicar S Augustine Petone (308;19;28;54)
05 May 1936 vicar S Matthew city and diocese Auckland (127)
29 Oct 1938-30 Apr 1944 enthroned bishop of Waiapu
      Commander British Empire, Mentioned In Dispatches, Middle East and Pacific
      1940-1945 senior chaplain 2nd New Zealand expeditionary forces
      07 Dec 1941 prisoner of war
1945-1960 vicar and rural dean Rotherham diocese Sheffield
      1945-1960 chaplain Rotherham hospitals
      1950-1951, 1952- proctor in convocation province York
      1954 recommended by FISHER Abp of Canterbury for vacant see of Dunedin (280)
      1954 commissary for bishop of Dunedin
      1956 commissary for bishop of Waiapu
      1962-1965 vice chair house of clergy Church Assembly England
      1965-1970 chair house of clergy Church Assembly (19)
1947-1971 assistant bishop Sheffield (19;28;54)
-1969- residing 10 Claremont Place Sheffield West Riding Yorkshire (8)
photograph (104)
Sep 1938 p13 appreciation (69)

GHENT, Thomas
born 19 Mar 1862 Northampton co Northampton England
baptized 28 Aug 1862 All Saints Northampton (GENT on baptism certificate) 
died 14 Feb 1951 registered Scunthorpe Lincolnshire
son of Thomas GHENT master grocer and tea dealer born 1821 Weston Underwood Buckinghamshire
and (2) Johanna ILIFFE;
married 07 May 1890,
Frances KNOWLES born c1861 St Bees Cumberland
daughter of Canon Edward Hadarezer KNOWLES principal (-1896) S Bee’s Theological College Cumberland
[probably cousin to Canon Francis KNOWLES of Christchurch]  
      born c1821 [no birthplace stated in 1881 census]
and Frances M AINGER born c1823 St Bees Cumberland
      sister to George AINGER 3rd principal
      daughter of the 1st principal of S Bees College (internet information;249;111)
until 1877 Northampton grammar school
1883 S Bee’s College Cumberland
1889 BA Durham
1896 MA Durham
31 May 1885 deacon Newcastle-on-Tyne
20 Jun 1886 priest Newcastle-on-Tyne (111)
1881 assistant master Thomas GENT aged 19 unmarried Highfield House boarding school Smeeton Leicester England (249)
31 May 1885-1888 licensed stipendiary curate Christ Church Newcastle diocese Newcastle-on-Tyne
16 Jan 1888-1889 Ponteland diocese Newcastle
03 Jun 1890-1891 curate S David cathedral Hobart diocese Tasmania (111)
13 Jun 1892-1895 vicar Clyde and Dunstan with Roxburgh and Cromwell  diocese Dunedin (347;151)
30 Jul 1895-1898 minister Rochester Victoria diocese Melbourne
13 Jul 1898 exhibited letters testimonial from bishop of Melbourne dated 30 Jun 1898 to bishop of Adelaide (111)
13 Jul 1898-1900 curate Christ Church North Adelaide diocese Adelaide
20 Apr 1900 locum tenens Holy Trinity Lyndoch
23 Jul 1900-31 Dec 1905 rector Lyndoch with Williamstown and Pewsey Vale South Australia
17 Jun 1906-1907 curate S Barnabas Rotherhithe diocese Southwark
15 Oct 1907-1909 curate Christ Church Forest Hill
23 Dec 1909-1914 curate S Andrew Stockwell Green
       23 Nov 1913 verdict of case where he is accused of misconduct with a lady: no supporting evidence, jury disagreed:
      on re-trial GHENT awarded damages Adelaide Advertiser (111)
Note: tried to effect an exchange with priest in Victoria, and was obliged to leave (111)
14 Jul 1914-1948 vicar Barney St Mary with Thursford diocese Norwich
      29 Apr 1926-1948 rector united benefice Thursford (with Barney)
      1941 residing Thursford rectory Walsingham Norfolk  

GIBSON, M(a)cKenzie
born 07 May 1859 Bristol Gloucestershire died 07 Nov 1940 Kismet Wosley Rd Esher Surrey England
second son of William Middleton GIBSON merchant of Bristol
and Mary MOWAT
      perhaps born 1823 Bath Somerset, a widow (1881) of 1 Redcliffe Parade West Bristol;
married 07 Aug 1884 cathedral church S Paul Dunedin,
Alice Mary Coates GIBSON of Dunedin
born 1855 England died 1935 Esher Surrey
daughter of Samuel Clarke GIBSON master mariner of London
and Mary Jane COATES (366;249;152;21;6;96)
Bristol grammar school
Didsbury (Wesleyan) College
instructed by the bishop of Dunedin
provisionally baptized , and confirmed:
20 Jan 1884 deacon Dunedin
22 Mar 1885 priest Dunedin (151;6)
31 Mar 1881 not apparent in British census returns (249)
1882 arrived Wellington NORMAN McLEOD (6)
1883 minister Wesleyan church, Cargill St Dunedin (17)
Sep 1883 licensed subdeacon and lay-reader S Paul city and diocese  Dunedin 
23 Jan 1884-1886 assistant curate S Paul pro-cathedral diocese Dunedin (151)
07 Apr 1886-1887 cure Fernside Ashley and Loburn diocese Christchurch
2 Dec 1887-23 Sept 1890 incumbent Akaroa (3;26)
1890 locum tenens Timaru (26)
01 Feb 1891-01 Feb 1892 exchange from Akaroa to Christchurch S Luke (91)
01 Oct 1892 curate-in-charge pro tempore S Saviour Sydenham (89)
26 Nov 1892-1896 vicar Cust (26)
01 Jun 1896-1914 vicar Waimate (6)
01 Jan 1914-1915 vicar Sumner (26)
1915-1919 chaplain hospital ship MARAMA,
      2nd New Zealand General Hospital (141)
1919-1934 assistant curate Esher Surrey diocese Winchester (95)
      1934 retired Kishmet Esher Surrey
caricature (141)
05 Feb 1941 probate of estate Llandudno to the Union Bank of Australia, ₤1 238 (366)
12 Nov 1940 p10h (41)
12 Nov 1940 (149)
12 Nov 1940 p8 Otago Daily Times

GIBSON, Osborne Stanley Oliver
born Jun ¼ 1895 Sunderland co Durham England
brother to John Charles GIBSON born c1877 Durham co Durham
brother to Robert Ernest GIBSON born c1879 Sunderland co Durham
brother to Herbert William GIBSON born c1882 Sunderland co Durham
brother to Aline M E GIBSON born c1886 Sunderland co Durham
brother to Frederick GIBSON born c1890 Sunderland co Durham
a younger son of Robert GIBSON (1891, 1901) assistant station master railways station Sunderland co Durham
      born c1853 Alnwick co Northumberland
and Margaret born c1855 Richmond Yorkshire;
married 1927 New Zealand,
Thelma Marion Gwynth (?Gwynneth) JACKSON (352)

1922 LTh 1st cl Board of Theological Studies 
1919 deacon Waiapu
1921 priest Waiapu (308)
31 Mar 1901 aged 5 residing Sunderland co Durham (345)
1919-1923 assistant curate Hastings diocese Waiapu (8)
10 Sep 1923 assistant curate Masterton diocese Wellington
01 Aug 1925 curate-in-charge Raetihi
04 Feb 1927-1932 vicar Patea  (308)
1932-1944 vicar (vice HALL AF) Tauranga diocese Waiapu
1944-1961 dean Waiapu and vicar cathedral S John Napier
1961-1963- license to officiate diocese Waiapu
1963-1969- residing 60 Te Mata Rd Havelock North  (8) 

GIFFORD, Algernon
born 28 Oct 1825 Fulham London
died 05 Jul 1909 Oamaru buried Oamaru cemetery North Otago New Zealand
brother to Edward Augustus GIFFORD artist born 1819 London died 08 Nov 1894 Oamaru New Zealand
third son (fourth of twelve children) of Edward GIFFORD, Fulham
      civil engineer/architect and member of the Royal Academy
and Janet JOHNSTONE;
married 04 Dec 1851 S Michael Coventry co Warwick,
Sarah Anne EVANS
born 07 Jun 1828 died 15 Jul 1913 buried Oamaru North Otago New Zealand
daughter of William EVANS of Limerick Ireland (183;325;257;2;6;124)
S Mark’s College Chelsea (47;70)
no evidence of attendance in first year of the College of S Augustine Canterbury (71) 
‘BD’ (1886 synod notes but no evidence)
S John’s Theological College Newfoundland
1849 deacon Newfoundland
1850 priest (FEILD E) Newfoundland (47;6;293)
teacher Agricultural and Commercial school Gloucester (70)
1849-1859 SPG missionary stationed Forteau Labrador diocese Newfoundland
      1850 returned briefly to England and married
1859-1861 stationed Portugal Cove (SPG funded) (47)
      23 May 1862 arrived the Revd and Mrs and two children Lyttelton ZEALANDIA (20)
      10 Jul 1862 departed Lyttelton for Oamaru (70)
      1862 arrived Oamaru MAID OF THE YARRA
08 Jul 1862-Jan 1890 cure Oamaru and Moeraki and Waitangi districts diocese Christchurch later Dunedin (3;9)
      1876 rural dean Oamaru diocese Dunedin (6)
      1887 member 1st cathedral commission (324)
20 Oct 1890 licensed officiating minister (140)
1890 retired in Oamaru residing the Parsonage The Glebe Oamaru
1882 owner land Waitaki and Oamaru North Otago  worth £3 060 (36;24;47;82;70)
02 Aug 1909 p87 obituary New Zealand Church News
07 Jul 1909 p37 Otago Witness  

GILBERT, Hannibal John Congdon
born 20 Nov 1846 Perranuthnoe Cornwall England
died 08 Mar 1900 off Lambton Quay Wellington harbour buried 10 Mar 1900 Karori cemetery
eldest son of Hannibal Lyne GILBERT mariner later an ordained elder of the Presbyterian church of Otago,
      born 22 June 1826 Gunwalloe Cornwall died 14 Sept 1895 Hillend Balclutha Otago
      married Madron Penzance Cornwall
and Elizabeth CONGDON
      born 28 Mar 1818 died 04 Mar 1898
      daughter of George CONGDON and Mary Ann;
married 04 Nov 1879 Christchurch S Luke by PASCOE Canon WA,
Mary Jane ALDRED
born 1850 Wellington died 25 Feb 1933 aged 83 Christchurch buried Linwood cemetery
daughter of the Revd John ALDRED Wesleyan missionary (from 1840) to New Zealand
      born 1818 died Apr 1894 Springfield Rd St Albans Christchurch
and Mary Australia LAWRY
      born 1825 died 12 Jul 1903 St Albans Christchurch
      daughter of the Revd Walter LAWRY Wesleyan missionary (from 1822) to Tonga (246;17;21;56;69)
22 Dec 1872 deacon Christchurch (Christchurch S Michael)
10 Jan 1875 priest Christchurch (Christchurch S Michael) (3)
      1862 arrived Dunedin EVENING STAR
1870 Wesleyan home missionary Balclutha
1871 Wesleyan home missionary Kaiapoi
1872-29 Oct 1872 Wesleyan home missionary Waikouaiti (17)
03 Feb 1873 deacon curate Westland diocese Christchurch
29 Jan 1875-22 Apr 1878 cure Stafford and Waimea (3)
May 1878-1880 incumbent Tapanui diocese Dunedin (9)
18 Aug 1880-14 Apr 1899 temporary license in charge parochial district of Phillipstown diocese Christchurch (3)
      17 Mar 1886 allegations from James BOWLKER of being drunk in church,
          insufficient prima facie grounds for charges (3;119)
      1895 chaplain female refuge (69)
      May 1897 breakdown on Good Friday, six months leave: sailed Wellington MATAURA to England
      Dec 1897 returned to duty Phillipstown (89)
14 Apr 1899 license withdrawn and revoked by C JULIUS bishop of Christchurch after three months notice (91)
20 Feb 1900 residing City Buffet Wellington: see coroner’s report

GILES, Edwin
born Jan 1846 Coggeshall Essex died 04 Dec 1887 vicarage Riseley co Bedford
brother to the Revd John Harold GILES born c1843 *died 06 Dec 1930 Hampstead London
      curate (1871-1884) S Augustine Kilburn London
son of Harold GILES general practitioner ‘MRPS LlA’ of (-1840s-1850s-) Coggeshall Essex
      born c1814 Greenwich Kent London
and Sarah UNWIN of (1881) East St Dennys Cottages Coggeshall Essex
      born c1810 Great Coggeshall Essex;
married Dec ¼ 1879 Ipswich,
Julia Gertrude DURRANT born Mar ¼ 1848 Ipswich Suffolk (366;249;2;56)
*Note at his death John Harold GILES’s will’s probate to son of Edwin, Claude Harold GILES headmaster, and John Francis HALES an assistant librarian, ₤6 705 (366)
Uppingham school
18 Oct 1865 adm pens Clare College Cambridge
1869 BA Cambridge
1879 MA Cambridge (2)
23 May 1869 deacon Hereford (306)
1870 priest (2)
1869-1870 curate Thruxton county and diocese Hereford (8)
      30 Jan 1871 arrived Lyttelton CHARLOTTE GLADSTONE (20)
02 May 1871 officiating clergyman diocese Christchurch (3)
      curate a suburban parish (70)
09 Jul 1871-May 1872 incumbent Avonside (3)
      10 May 1872 letters dimissory on his return to England,
          in accordance with Resolution II of Lambeth Conference
1874-1876 curate Hyde diocese Winchester
1876 assistant chaplain [with his brother] S Peter’s Home Kilburn diocese London
1877-1879 curate S Mary-Le-Tower Ipswich diocese Norwich
1880-1887 curate S John Baptist Margate diocese Canterbury (8)
      31 Mar 1881 curate S John Margate
      residing with wife Julia and two servants 5 Churchfields Place  (249)
07 Dec 1887 The Guardian
Dec 1887 residing vicarage at death, will probate to his brother the Revd John Harold GILES of 27 Stormont Rd Lavender Hill Battersea [ordained 1865, Anglo-Catholic], £1 812 (366)

GILFILLAN,Trevor Vincent Gould
born 06 Jul 1888 Auckland New Zealand
son of Henry GILFILLAN (1893) mining agent of Eldon St Parnell electorate
      born 1855 died 1951
      son of John Anderson GILFILLAN born 1821 Torry in parish Torryburn Fifeshire died 01 Feb 1875
      married 1852
      and Gertrude Anne Eliza DAVIES died 1885
      daughter of Dr W DAVIES colonial surgeon
and Fanny Kate GOULD
      daughter of Canon Frank GOULD
      born 03 Mar 1827 baptized 24 Mar 1827 All Hallows Exeter
      died 30 Apr 1923 aged 96 buried Otahuhu Anglican cemetery;
      married ?Kororareka Bay of Islands,
      and Fanny CLENDON
      born c1832 died 18 Jun 1888 aged 56 buried Otahuhu Anglican cemetery
      daughter of James Reddy CLENDON
          born 01 Oct 1800 baptized Deal Kent 22 Oct 1800 died 24 Oct 1872 Rawene Bay of Islands
          married (1) 02 Oct 1826 Port Jackson Sydney Australia
      and Sarah  HILL died 1855 Bay of Islands;
married c1919 ?England,
Gertrude RENNOLDSON of ‘Ingleside’ South Shields, an ambulance driver in France from a rich family
1898/9-1904/5 S John’s College school (which became) King’s College Auckland
Feb 1906-Nov 1907 College of S John Evangelist Auckland
grade II Board Theological Studies 
Oct 1907/8 matriculated Christ Church Oxford
1911 BA 2nd cl honours Modern History Oxford
1916 MA Oxford
one year at Bishop’s Hostel Farnham
22 Sep 1912 deacon Jarrow for Durham
21 Dec 1913 priest Durham (328;83;180)
1912-1914 assistant curate S Hilda South Shields diocese Durham
1915-1917 mission priest Coromandel Hauraki Gulf diocese Auckland 
six months service chaplains department New Zealand Expeditionary forces
      Jun 1918 on active service in New Zealand armed forces World War 1: first reserves, of St Stephens Avenue Parnell, clerk in holy orders; # 85933 Revered, his father H GILFILLAN of Victoria Arcade Queen St Auckland, roll 90 page 10 clerk in holy orders  (354)
applied SPG while with 3rd battalion Wellington Regiment on Salisbury Plain England, providing Canon BK CUNNINGHAM as a referee
22 Jan 1919 accepted by SPG for missionary service in North China
Mar 1919 resigned from diocese Auckland
31 Jul 1919 departed England for North China (180)
1920-1930 missionary (SPG) Ch’ung Te school Peking diocese North China
1934-1937 curate Eastbourne diocese Wellington 
1938-1939 chaplain King’s College Auckland
1940-1941 officiating chaplain Eastbourne College, Abingdon Berkshire
1943-1945 officiating curate-in-charge Plumpton with East Chiltington
1947-1948 rector Ardingly
1951-1952 chaplain Kings College city and diocese Auckland
1963-1970- residing 11 Buckmore Avenue Petersfield Hampshire  (8)
grandfather JA GILFILLAN churchwarden parish of S Paul Auckland, and later vestryman Holy Sepulchre
father Henry sang in church choirs in SELWYN’s episcopate, and was a founder of Auckland diocesan high school for girls

GILLAM, William Eugene
born mid-1856 London died Aug 1929 Auckland Sep 1929 ashes em-pillared S Matthew Auckland
son of George Harry GILLAM architect;
married 1884,
Mary Ann HAYTHORNTHWAITE (352;295;121;6;21)
Note: 31 Mar 1881 George GILLAM builder and surveyor born 1818 Brighton Sussex
and Elizabeth born c1827 Watford Hertford residing 42 Canonbury Park co Middlesex London, with daughters Liliam governess aged 17 born London and Gertrude aged 22 born Christchurch Sussex, three boarders and one servant (249)
five years law studies Ulverston Lancashire (6)
1878-1879 Richmond College (Wesleyan training college) England (17)
24 Sep 1882 deacon Christchurch (Christchurch cathedral)
21 Sep 1884 priest Christchurch (Christchurch cathedral) (3)
      1879 arrived Wellington (6;26)
21 Jan 1881 probationer minister Durham Street Methodist church Christchurch
1882 probationer minister Trinity Methodist church Dunedin; did not resign (17)
24 Apr 1882 lay-reader license, Kanieri Woodstock, an 'ex Wesleyan minister', assistant to HAMILTON HHS
Sept 1882 assistant to Bishop HARPER in mission district, Kanieri, Woodstock, and Arahura diocese Christchurch
21 Sep 1884-1886 Ross and Okarito
01 Aug 1885 S Matthew St Albans [in parish of Christchurch S Luke]
14 Nov 1886 cure new parish St Albans Christchurch
30 Jun 1887-Aug 1892 incumbent Rangiora (3)
26 Aug 1892-30 Jun 1894 vicar Temuka (91)
13 Jul 1894 departed diocese Christchurch (96)
23 Oct 1894 vicar Ellerslie with Epsom district including Epsom Costley Home city and diocese Auckland (277)
04 Feb 1900-18 Feb 1902 vicar S Matthew Auckland
      honorary chaplain Auckland Mounted Rifles (277;6)
06 Nov 1900 general license temporary diocese Sydney Australia (111)
18 Feb 1902 temporary license in charge S Matthew Auckland (277)
12 Mar 1902 vicar S Matthew city and diocese Auckland (277)
      1913 VD decoration for army chaplaincy service
      1915-chaplain hospital ship MAHENO
      1916-1917 chaplain hospital ship MARAMA (141)
01 Mar 1926-1929 vicar (1st ) Point Chevalier city and diocese Auckland (127)
low church
photograph (141)
24 Jul 1929 obituary New Zealand Herald
01 Sep 1929 p3 obituary (128)

GILLESPIE, Edward Acheson
born before 1879 probably Ireland
son of – GILLESPIE who died c1926

Trinity College Dublin
1899 BA Dublin
1902 Div Test Dublin
1909 MA Dublin
1902 deacon Tuam
1903 priest Tuam (308)
1902-1905 curate Ballinrobe with Ballinchalla co Mayo diocese Tuam
1905-1910 rector Balteagh diocese Derry
1910-1911 curate Hailsham diocese Chichester
1911-1913 curate Yorktown with Camberley diocese Winchester
1915-1918 temporary chaplain to the British forces World War 1
1918-1920 chaplain Royal Air Force
1923 chaplain National Institute for the Blind, residing Littlewood Haslemere Surrey (8)
16 Jan 1924 vicar Pahiatua diocese Wellington 
17 Jun 1924-c1926 vicar Featherston
1926 after two years service diocese Wellington returned to England on the death of his father (308)
1926-1927 chaplain at Arcachon under bishop North and Central Europe diocese London
1927-1932 chaplain Locarno diocese Gibraltar
      1932-1936- license to officiate diocese Guildford, residing Tanglewood Haslemere Surrey  
1933-1934 chaplain Merano
1934-1936 chaplain San Remo Italy diocese Gibraltar (8)
1941 gone from Crockford

GILLESPIE, Henry Richard Butler
born 1880 Roscrea Ireland died 24 Aug 1943 Morrinsville
son of the Very Revd Henry John GILLESPIE dean (1917) of Killaloe Ireland;
married 1912,
Edith Mary BURR
daughter of Adam John BURR
Portora Royal school
Trinity College Dublin
1903 BA Dublin
1909 MA Dublin
1906 Div Test
1921 BD
1923 LL B
1905 deacon Cashel (at Lismore S Carthage)
1906 priest Cashel (8)
1905-1907 assistant curate Cahir Derrygrath and Outrath Union diocese Ardfert and Aghadoe Ireland
1908-1912 Fiddown diocese Ossory
1912-1923 rector Aghancon diocese Killaloe (8)
1923-1925 vicar Helensville diocese Auckland
1925-1929 vicar Okato diocese Waikato
      1927 examiner Board Theological Studies 
      1928 examining chaplain bishop of Waikato
      1928 canon S Peter cathedral Hamilton
15 Apr 1929 temporary licence to officiate at Fitzroy pending induction, but transferred to Morrinsville
02 Feb 1930-1941- vicar Morrinsville parochial district
      1933-1941- archdeacon of Waikato (352;69)
n d member of Okato school committee, Morrinsville District High school, and
1931 chairman of the local dental clinic (209)
Tuesday after death  Aug 1943 obituary and photograph New Zealand Herald No 28


1917 deacon Melanesia
1917-1923- San Cristoval diocese Melanesia (8)

GITO, Ellison

1911 deacon Melanesia
1911 missionary at Bogutu British Solomon island diocese Melanesia (8)
1918 not in Crockford 
He a deacon buried the Revd George ANDREWS next to Dr WELCHMAN on the mainland opposite where he died, Mara na Tambu, Ysabel, Solomon islands (352)

GLASSON, Henry (Harry)
born 26 Sep 1828 Llanteglos Falmouth Cornwall
died 12 Feb 1906 Mornington near Melbourne buried Cheltenham cemetery
son of William GLASSON merchant of Falmouth Cornwall
and Elizabeth MOGG;
married 08 Sep 1852 Falmouth Cornwall,
born c1836 died 02 May 1913 aged 77
daughter of Thomas A LEWIS lieutenant royal navy, of Penwennock Falmouth Cornwall (295;2;56,57;111)
1844 Sherborne school
17 Apr 1847 S John’s College  Cambridge
1853 BA Cambridge
19 Dec 1852 deacon Exeter
18 Dec 1853 priest Exeter (111)
19 Dec 1852 curate Mylor and Mabe and S Peter chapel Flushing Cornwall diocese Exeter (111)
1854-1855 curate Sutton Waldron Dorset diocese Salisbury
1855 royal navy chaplain (2)
1856 chaplain HMS IMPERIEUSE (7)
1871 chaplain HMS EUPHRATES (2)
      June 1873 departed England for New Zealand ALLAHABAD (13)
29 Jan 1873 curate Dalton-in-Furness Lancashire diocese Carlisle (111)
05 Sep 1873-30 Sep 1879 cure Avonside diocese Christchurch
      08 May 1879 bankrupt [therefore obliged to resign the cure] (96;145)
01 Oct 1880 officiating minister
01 Apr 1881 assistant curate to BOWEN C Riccarton with Fendalton
12 Feb 1883-30 Sep 1884 chaplain to hospital, asylum, government institutions (3)
Oct 1884 agreed to visit the Chatham Islands but did not (70)
1885-1889 ‘probably a general license in Sydney but not in register’ (111)
1885 curate S Mark Darling Point Sydney
1886-1888 curate Windsor Cobbitty Summer Hill
1889-1891 incumbent Gundy (2; not 111)
03 Apr 1889 letters testimonial bishop of Sydney
01 Sep 1891 mission chaplain Bourke diocese Bathurst (111)
1894-1898 incumbent Sofala (2)
26 Jul 1898 general license diocese Sydney
17 Aug 1899-30 Sept 1899 curate All Saints cathedral diocese Bathurst
21 Oct 1899 locum tenens three months Coonabarabran diocese Bathurst
01 Apr 1903 general license diocese Melbourne
02 May 1903 incumbent Moreland
1903-1904 assistant chaplain Melbourne cemetery (2)
19 Jan 1904 incumbent Wallan (111)
14 Feb 1906 Argus (Melbourne)
16 Feb 1906 Sydney Morning Herald (111) (167)

GODFREY, Emily Rose (Sister Rose CSN)
born 15 Sep 1863 [Norwood?] London
died 25 Jun 1941 Scarborough Christchurch buried Linwood cemetery
sister to Charles Gilbert GODFREY who married (28 Apr 1898) Edith Mary KNOWLES
      daughter of HCH KNOWLES of The Priory Cust North Canterbury and Elizabeth HILTERN
daughter of Charles Edwin GODFREY, accountant, of Avonville Slater St Christchurch
      born 1839 died 29 Apr 1918 buried Avonside churchyard Christchurch
and Emily Frances COPPINGER
      born c1837 died 16 Jun 1921 aged 84 buried Avonside churchyard Christchurch (21)
30 Jun 1894 probationer (79)
29 Dec 1896 deaconess Christchurch (Holy Trinity Avonside)
05 Feb 1897 professed religious (91)
1896-1897 parish sister Doyleston
1898-1907 sister in charge S Mary Home for Girls Christchurch
Mar 1910-1917 in charge S Saviour Home Christchurch
1909-Feb 1910 in England with Nurse MAUDE (130)
1925-1936 visitor Christchurch public hospital
      and support for Nurse MAUDE
1882 father owner land at Bingsland (Linwood-Aranui) Christchurch worth £600 (36)

GODFREY, Richard
born 28 Apr 1890 Christchurch New Zealand
died 13 Mar 1963 Selwyn Village Auckland New Zealand buried Purewa cemetery
son of Frederick GODFREY of (1915) 36 Clyde Rd Christchurch;
married 1925,
Eileen Mary SEALY born 1882 Auckland New Zealand buried 01 Aug 1958 aged 76 (352;328;111)
Rangitata public school
1914 College of S John Evangelist Auckland
1916 grade IV Board Theological Studies
19 Dec 1915 deacon Wellington  ‘at request of bishop of Melanesia’ (308) but no such note in the bishop’s register (242)
16 Dec 1916 priest Wellington  (111)
19 Dec 1915-1918 assistant curate Masterton diocese Wellington 
1918-1919 missionary at Banks Island diocese Melanesia
1920-1927 missionary at Raga
      Mar 1927 on furlough New Zealand (69)
1927- in charge Teachers Training College Lolowai Opai diocese Melanesia
      Dec 1933-1935 archdeacon Southern Melanesia
      May 1935 retired with serious eye trouble  (69)
25 Jun 1935-31 Jan 1937 curate S James city and diocese Sydney Australia (111)
1937-1939 vicar Aramoho (69)
1939-1941- vicar S Columba Grey Lynn city and diocese Auckland  (8)

GOERTZ, Herbert Lewis Barton
born 11 Jul 1873 Oxbridge co Somerset England
died 11 Jul 1950 Paraparaumu Wellington buried Karori cemetery  
youngest son of Frederick Louis Aldous GOERTZ of Windsor, schoolmaster
[Note 1844 his father was at Eton College and went with the bishop of Colombo to Ceylon, and later to Australia (Eton lists)]
and RYE Henrietta;
married 04 Mar 1902 All Saints Dunedin by A R FITCHETT,
Mabel Susan EVANS aged 29 of Andersons Bay Dunedin 
born  mid-1873 Seacombe Cheshire died 09 Aug 1952 buried Karori cemetery Wellington
daughter of  Paul EVANS brewer of Poulton cum Seacombe Cheshire 
      born possibly Jun ¼ 1843 registered Wirral, Birkenhead Cheshire
and Elizabeth H (1902) of Andersons Bay
      born c1845 Ewloe Flintshire Wales (315;249;152;314;92;295;121;124)
1907-1909 Selwyn College Dunedin
1916 grade II Board of Theological Studies 
15 Dec 1907 deacon Dunedin
25 Apr 1909 priest Dunedin (in Invercargill) (92;151)
1902 usually residing Mt Roskill Auckland
16 Dec 1907 licensed assistant (to STOCKER) curate district Stewart Island (151)
05 Apr 1912 Good Friday, went to Port Chalmers
08 Apr 1912 curate-in-charge Port Chalmers diocese Dunedin 
      chaplain 3rd New Zealand General hospital and 3rd battalion New Zealand rifle brigade
30 Apr 1918 left Port Chalmers (151)
1920-1927 vicar Patea
23 Jan 1927-1929 vicar Eastbourne
11 Sep 1929-1937 vicar Pohangina
1937-15 Jan 1946 vicar Paraparaumu (315;308)
son Grevis GOERTZ a priest
1950 Aug p5 obituary Church and People

GOLDTHORPE, Harry Joseph (and, not registered at birth: Livingstone)
born 1881 Kaiapoi North Canterbury died 23 Jan 1946 aged 64 county hospital Hereford England
son of Joseph Stanley GOLDTHORPE of Kaiapoi labourer
brother to William Stanley GOLDTHORPE;
married 1909 New Zealand, 
Janie WREN (63;352;92;121;36)
[Note: 1893 no mother in electoral rolls New Zealand]
’Christchurch Boys high school’ but not in register
1911-1914 Selwyn College Dunedin
1915 LTh Durham
26 Sep 1914 deacon Dunedin
19 Sep 1915 priest Dunedin (92;151)
20 Sep 1914-1915 assistant (to vicar of Dunstan) curate district Wanaka diocese Dunedin (151)
15 Nov 1915 vicar Wyndham with Fortrose
09 Jul 1919-1920 vicar Milton (151)
1920-1922 eighteen months organising secretary diocese Wellington
02 Jun 1922-1925 vicar Eltham Taranaki
      residing clergyman King Edward St Eltham (266)
1925 gone to England to study for Bachelor of Divinity degree (308)
1925-1926 permission to officiate Felling on Tyne diocese Durham
1926-1927 curate Barnes diocese Southwark
      1927-1928 permission to officiate Brill Aylesbury diocese Oxford
1928-1929 curate S Michael and All Angels Bedford Park diocese London
1929-1930 curate S Mary Primrose Hill
1930-1931 vicar Avondale diocese Auckland 
1931-1933 vicar Dargaville
      Jun 1933 sailed for England
1934-1937 vicar Grazeley near Reading diocese Oxford
      1935-1937 chaplain Wokingham Institute
1937-1941 rector Chilton-Cantelo with Ashington Yeovil diocese Bath and Wells (8)
03 Jan 1942-1945 rector S Saviour (architect William BUTTERFIELD)  Coalpit Heath diocese Bristol (pers comm Shirley MILLER)
1945-death rector Acton Beauchamp  co Hereford (63)
1946 estate valued at £1 700 (63)

GOODMAN, John Norman
born 1896  died Apr 1963 aged 66 Dunedin not Andersons Bay Northern Southern not cremations
married 1917,  
Mary Louise GAUT
born Jun ¼ 1893 registered Barton Regis Bristol co Gloucester died 1960 aged 68 Dunedin
sister to Phyllis Muriel GAUT who married Christopher LUKER
daughter of the Revd Henry Charles Lusher GAUT
      born c1867 Barnham Suffolk
      died 16 Feb 1933 Winton Southland New Zealand buried 19 Feb 1933 Winton cemetery;
      married (1) probably Swansea Mar ¼ 1889,
      Louisa Annie HOPKINS
      born c1865 Bradworthy Devon
      died 15 Nov 1927 Invercargill buried Winton cemetery (324)

1917 Selwyn Theological College Dunedin
17 Dec 1922 deacon Dunedin (151)
23 Dec 1923 priest Dunedin
17 Dec 1922-1924 assistant (to De LAMBERT) curate parish Wakatipu diocese Dunedin
23 Dec 1923 curate parochial district Queenstown
12 Feb 1924 vicar parochial district Arrowtown (151)
19 Nov 1924-1925 vicar Balclutha
      1925 residing with wife clergyman Rosebank Balclutha (266)
01 May 1926 licensed on the cathedral staff as assistant to the Revd V G B KING in the department of social work (151)
01 Oct 1926 officiating minister diocese Dunedin  (151)
1929-1936 permission to officiate diocese Dunedin
1931-1935 licensed for Stewart island  (9)
      1931 residing with wife clerk in holy orders Stewart Island (266)
Apr 1935-1936 assistant curate Oamaru (69)
01 Jul 1936-1938 vicar parochial district  Queenstown Wakatipu (324)
      1938 residing with wife clergyman Queenstown (266)
1938-1940 vicar Taieri with Green Island (9)
1939/40-1943 vicar Riverton (9)
1944-1945 vicar Hampden-Maheno (9)
1945-1946 curate Oamaru in charge Waitaki (9)
1946 retired with recurrent ill health, residing with his wife 20 Test St Oamaru North Otago (266)
1963 p11 in memoriam synod report diocese Dunedin 
04 Apr 1963 obituary Evening Star Dunedin

born 1853 London died 1914 Tauranga buried the Old Mission cemetery Otamataha pa;
married 09 Jun 1881, Katherine DAVIS (89;352)
1875 CMS College Islington
22 Feb 1880 deacon Waiapu
05 Mar 1882 priest Waiapu (89;53)
Aug 1878 one of the last two CMS missionaries in New Zealand, stationed until his ordination with Archdeacon WILLIAMS at Gisborne (69) 
1880-1883 curate Wairoa parochial district with CMS support? diocese Waiapu
1883-1896 CMS missionary at Maketu
1896-1914 CMS missionary at Tauranga and supervising Maori work in Bay of Plenty
      1910 residing Tauranga Bay of Plenty (89;8)
      1912 canon of Waiapu (89)


1894 deacon Melanesia
1894 deacon at Ysabel diocese Melanesia (368)

GOSSET, Charles Hilgrove
born 18 Oct 1851 Northam, North Devon
died 31 Mar 1923 Christchurch buried Bromley cemetery Christchurch
fourth son of the Revd Isaac Henry GOSSET of Datchet Buckinghamshire
      later vicar Priory Westward Ho! Northam Devon
      born c1817 Datchet Buckinghamshire died 08 Jun 1892 aged 75 Bideford Devon
      first son of the Revd Isaac GOSSET
          vicar New Windsor and Datchet [SELWYN GA his curate],
          chaplain royal household Windsor castle
          born c1783
      and Laura born c1822 St Saviours Jersey;
married 20 Feb 1879 S Matthew Masterton Wairarapa,
born 1856 died 1951 Christchurch buried Bromley cemetery Christchurch
second daughter of Walter MORISON of Aerlie Masterton late of Aberdeen Scotland
      died 01 Oct 1901 settler of Pahiatua
and Jane - (36;4;124;21;2;13;96;140;295;300)
Clifton College
1868 United College S Andrew University Scotland (57)
23 Dec 1877 deacon Wellington (at S Matthew Masterton) (242)
18 Dec 1881 priest Christchurch (3)
Apr 1877 licensed lay-reader Masterton diocese Wellington (140)
08 Jan 1878-31 Mar 1880 licensed assistant (to TEAKLE F) curate Masterton (242)
12 Nov 1880-29 Dec 1880 deacon in charge Banks Peninsula diocese Christchurch
29 Dec 1880 deacon assistant (to DUDLEY Archdeacon BW) Woodend and Rangiora
18 Dec 1881 assistant curate Rangiora Woodend
01 Dec 1887-1891 cure Woodend Ashley Loburn (3;26)
02 Jul 1891-31 Mar 1902 incumbent Heathcote [Woolston] (69)
      1895-1902 chaplain Jubilee home Woolston
02 Jul 1902-1915 vicar Merivale
      07 Apr 1909 archdeacon Akaroa
      30 Dec 1909-ca 08 May 1918 archdeacon Christchurch (91)
08 May 1918 brought charges to bishop JULIUS against PERRY CE
      vicar Christchurch S Michael for high church practices
21 Feb 1919 brought charges to court of appeal (all the New Zealand bishops) against PERRY
04 Nov 1919 officiating minister (26)
1882 owner of land worth £550 (36)
Apr 1923 obituary (41) (2;13;167;15)

GOULD, Frank
born 03 Mar 1827 baptized 24 Mar 1827 All Hallows Exeter
died 30 Apr 1923 aged 96 Gisborne buried Otahuhu Anglican cemetery
son among at least ten children of George Master GOULD
      married 27 Mar 1815 S Mary Arches Exeter Devon
and Abigail HELMORE
      baptized 31 Oct 1789 Newton St Cyres Devon
      daughter of Mark HELMORE and Penelope;
married 14 Mar 1853 Russell Bay of Islands,
born c1832 died 18 Jun 1888 aged 56 buried Otahuhu Anglican cemetery
daughter of James Reddy CLENDON
      born 01 Oct 1800 baptized Deal Kent 22 Oct 1800 died 24 Oct 1872 Rawene Bay of Islands
      married (1) 02 Oct 1826 Port Jackson Sydney Australia
and Sarah  HILL died 1855 Bay of Islands (352;22;272;124)
Exeter grammar school
1848-1852 College of S John Evangelist Tamaki Auckland
06 Jun 1852 deacon New Zealand (S Paul church)  (272)
23 Dec 1860 priest New Zealand  (S Paul church) (68;47)
18 Sep 1848 arrived Auckland CLARA (273)
1850-1852 assistant master S John Collegiate lower school (Maori)
1852-1861 (college deacon for) Kororareka Bay of Islands (51;253)
      arranged classes for illiterate English soldiers as well as his own boarding school
Feb 1861 cure (vice JOHNSTONE GH) Otahuhu with Panmure (277;124)
      14 Dec 1880 arrived Auckland SOUTHERN CROSS (273)
      1881 minister Otahuhu electorate Franklin North (266)
      26 Nov 1885-1903 incumbent parish Otahuhu
      1893 canon of the cathedral (277)
14 Jun 1906 licensed preacher (278)
poor handwriting; sixteen children
1923 p21 obituary Church Gazette

GOULD, Henry George
born 04 Jan 1851 Wolverhampton Staffordshire
died 27 Sep 1914 at the cathedral house Dunedin buried Anderson’s Bay cemetery Dunedin;
married 28 Jan 1878 Christchurch S Michael,
Margaret Lucy CANE
born early 1854 Brighton Sussex died 21 May 1921 Dunedin buried Anderson Bay cemetery Dunedin
daughter of Thomas CANE of Christchurch
      Canterbury provincial (1874-1876) architect (trained under Gilbert SCOTT) and artist
      born 1830 Brighton died 1905 Christchurch (124;21;152;46)

Maidstone grammar school
scholarship for Theology, Upper department Christ’s College  (70;5)
21 Jun 1874 deacon Christchurch (at Christchurch S Michael )
07 Oct 1877 priest Christchurch (at Christchurch S Michael) (3)
n d  assistant master Maidstone grammar school
n d  assistant master Sydney College Bath
      1873 arrived Lyttelton CARDIGAN CASTLE
Sep 1874-30 Sep 1876 deacon assistant to the bishop Courtenay, Kowai [sic] and Malvern, diocese Christchurch
01 Oct 1877 curate assistant pastoral district Woodend
01 Oct 1878 cure Leithfield
01 Oct 1883-01 Dec 1888 cure Hokitika
01 Dec 1888 cure Lincoln (3)
26 Nov 1889 left diocese Christchurch (96)
22 Jan 1890-31 Dec 1907 vicar Oamaru diocese Dunedin (151;9;140)
      1894 canon of Dunedin pro-cathedral
      1896 archdeacon of Oamaru
      1905-1907 grand chaplain Grand Lodge of New Zealand
05 Jan 1907-Sep 1914 vicar S Paul Dunedin
      1909 canon Dunedin
      01 Dec 1913-Sep 1914 archdeacon Dunedin (5;151)
his father-in-law Thomas CANE was architect of the school hall at Christchurch S Michael’s
n d  president St John Ambulance association
n d vice president New Zealand Chess association (6;13)
30 Sep 1914 (184)
01 Oct 1914 p266 Church Envoy
01 Nov 1914 p300 appreciation Church Envoy
30 Sep 1914 p47 Otago Witness

GOVER, William Frederick
born 18 Jan 1855 Norton Fitzwarren co Somerset
brother to Alfred Edward GOVER a priest born c1853 Trill co Somerset
      (1901) Carlton cum Willingham co Cambridge
brother to Henry J GOVER medical career
son of Henry GOVER LLD barrister and solicitor London Bridge
      died 22 Mar 1877 San Remo Italy
      son of John GOVER of London;
Frances Mary CROSSE
born Mar ¼ 1859 St Giles Norwich Norfolk  (354;249;2)
Cholmeley school Highgate London
1873 admitted pensioner aged 18 Jesus College Cambridge
1879 BA Cambridge
1882 MA Cambridge
1879 deacon Worcester
1882 priest Worcester
1879-1882 curate The Tything diocese Worcester
      31 Mar 1881 curate without cure of souls, residing Fern Bank Worcester (249)
1882 curate S Martin Worcester
1882-1890 vicar Oaksey diocese Gloucester (2)
n d diocese Auckland (8)
1897 residing Kentisbeare Cullompton Devon
1900-1903 incumbent Yorkton diocese Qu’Appelle Canada
1904 disappears from Crockford  (2)

born 03 May 1819 Staines Middlesex baptized Staines
died 04 Oct 1903 New Plymouth buried churchyard S Mary
brother to GOVETT dean of Gibraltar
cousin to the Revd William BOLLAND (1819 - 1847) first incumbent New Plymouth
fifth son of the Revd Robert GOVETT (24 May 1827 GOVETT-ROMAINE)
      vicar (1809 - 1858) Staines with Laleham and Ashford Middlesex
      born 06 Apr 1780 Tiverton Devon died 07 Oct 1858
      son of John GOVETT esquire landed proprietor of Tiverton
and Sarah ROMAINE
      eldest child of Dr William ROMAINE, a Calvinist cleric;
married 31 Jul 1847 S Paul Wellington by Bishop GA SELWYN,
Margaret HUNTER
died 20 Oct 1896 New Plymouth buried Te Henui cemetery
sister to Jessie HUNTER who married COLE the Revd Robert
daughter of George HUNTER J.P. and merchant, 1st mayor of Wellington New Zealand
      died 19 Jul 1843 aged 56 Wellington
and Helen
      died 08 Jul 1848 aged 56 Wellington (272;2;63;300;218;46;55;8)
Sherborne school Dorset (with BOLLAND W)
09 Nov 1837 matriculated aged 18; Worcester College Oxford
17 Jun 1841 BA Oxford
1845 College of S John Evangelist Auckland
18 May 1845 deacon New Zealand (at Wellington)
28 Feb 1847 priest New Zealand (at S Paul Auckland) (245;4;47;68;244)
23 Mar 1843 from England arrived New Zealand with cousin William BOLLAND and Philip WRIGHT UNION
      to Te Waimate, then farming land Tamaki
      07 Feb 1855 member briefly (vice POOLE S) committee Church of England Education Society in Wellington
1845-1847 based Otaki and Waikanae (vice HADFIELD O ill) diocese New Zealand
      18 May 1845 resident deacon and inspector of schools in the district of Waikanae
Sep 1847 master in charge (to relieve BUTT HF, in Auckland) Bishop’s school Nelson
1847-1848 locum tenens (to relieve TAYLOR Richard) Whanganui
21 Feb 1848 incumbent (vice BOLLAND W) Taranaki district (SPG funded initially)
          Jan 1857-Mar 1859 leave in England (218;89;50)
          07 Mar 1859 arrived Auckland the Revd Henry, Margaret, Helen, Robert, Clement, Henry, JOHN SCOTT (273)
      20 Aug 1859-04 Oct 1903 (1st ) archdeacon Taranaki (ADA)
      Mar 1860 appointed (by GOLD Colonel CE, officer commanding forces in New Zealand) chaplain to the imperial forces
          25 Jun 1861 end of 1st Taranaki War: blessed colours presented Taranaki Rifle Volunteers, and Militia (141)
          Feb 1862 member 2nd general synod Nelson
      1863-1870 1st official chaplain to the imperial forces
      Oct 1868 member 4th general synod Auckland
      Feb 1871 member 5th general synod Dunedin
      Jun 1874 member 6th general synod Wellington
      Apr 1880 member for Melanesia 8th general synod Christchurch
      1881 archdeacon residing New Plymouth (266)
      Apr 1883 member for Melanesia 9th general synod Napier
1884 leave of absence in England
1897 after death of wife leave in England
01 Apr 1898 resigned on retiring New Plymouth parish (218;8)
1903 residing Robe Street New Plymouth (63)
Oct 1882 owner of land New Plymouth and rural Taranaki worth £2 221 (36)
low church (218)

GOWENLOCK, Frederick
born 1876 New Swindon Wiltshire
eldest son of George R GOWENLOCK engine fitter and tobacconist
      born c1847 New Swindon
and Georgina KLUSSMANN born c1845 Ireland
daughter of Ernest KLUSSMANN born c1805 Hanover Germany   (249)
1909 Clergy school Arkansas
1909 deacon Arkansas
1912 priest Missouri (353;8)
31 Mar 1881 residing with the family 39 Bridge St Swindon Wiltshire (249)
1909-1910 assistant curate Trinity cathedral Little Rock USA state and diocese Arkansas
1910-1912 curate-in-charge S Paul St Louis
1912-1915 rector Ferguson diocese Missouri
1915-1916 curate S Georges Kingston diocese Jamaica (8)
1916-1919 serviceman or officer (353) British army
1918-1919 chaplain General Headquarters
1919-1920 rector Ferguson Missouri (353)
1920-1921 chaplain at Jamalpur diocese Calcutta (8)
      1920-1922 chaplain of Jamalpur with Monghyr, Bihar, and Orissa, India (353)
1921-1923 senior assistant curate cathedral Christ Church Victoria British Columbia
1923-1935 in the Episcopal church USA (8)
1923-1927 rector Pontiac and Portsmouth diocese Rhode Island NY
1927-1935 rector Whitestone diocese Long Island NY (353)
16 Jun 1935-1943 vicar parochial district Malvern diocese Christchurch (91;353)
05 Dec 1943-1945 priest-in-charge parochial district Fairlie
      1945 resigned (353;91)
1947 gone from Crockford

GRACE, Arthur Völkner
born 29 Apr 1865 Auckland died 17 Sep 1944 Te Kereki Auckland
brother to the Revd Thomas Samuel GRACE
brother to the Revd George F GRACE
son of the Revd Thomas Samuel GRACE CMS missionary (1850-1879)
      born 15 0r 16 Feb 1815 Liverpool died 30 Apr 1879 Tauranga
      first son of Thomas GRACE, of an Huguenot family
      married 23 Jul 1845
      and Sarah COX;
and Agnes FEARON
      died 28 Feb 1891 Nelson
married (1) 29 Dec 1891,
Adèle Beatrice COLT of ‘Kodah’ Nelson
born c1861 Bombay India died 1927 Auckland
last daughter of Charles Russell COLT captain Third Dragoons Indian army
      born c1822 died 11 Aug 1867 aged 45 Nelson buried 14 Aug 1867 S Paul churchyard Spring Grove
      married 22 Feb 1848
and Geraldine Adelaide Elizabeth GILBERT of 'Kodah' Waimea West Nelson
      died 22 Nov 1908 buried S Michael churchyard Waimea West Nelson
      second daughter of Walter Raleigh GILBERT CB general of Sikh war,
          (1857) chief constable of Cornwall
          born 1813
          son of the Revd John Pomeroy GILBERT
          married 1848
      and Mariamne Charlotte Isabella PETERS
          daughter of William PETERS, of Beckenham Place Kent;
married (2),
daughter of James Milne MENNIE a baker and confectioner of Thames, later of Auckland (250;256;245;124;6;46;89;247;WTU;6)
New Zealand
16 Jun 1883 admitted Clare College Cambridge
1886 LL B Cambridge
1887 called to the bar Middle Temple (2;6)
26 May 1889 deacon Wellington (242)
20 Dec 1891 priest Wellington (140)
master at Wanganui Collegiate school
03 Jun 1889-1893 chaplain to Wanganui Collegiate school diocese Wellington
03 Nov 1893-1898 vicar (vice MACLEAN TB) Greytown and Featherston and Martinborough parochial districts (242)
1898-1924 unbeneficed
c1908 farming Waimea West (246)
      1908 priest-in-charge (vice BAKER WG on leave in England) Brightwater (246)
Feb 1924-Dec 1925 chaplain and teacher King’s College Mangere diocese Auckland
1926-1928 officiating minister
1928-1930 priest-in-charge Bombay South Auckland
1932 -1936 vicar Avondale Auckland
in retirement resided Mairangi Bay
orchardist, farmer and clergyman (WTU)

GRACE, George Frederick
born 08 Mar 1862 Pukawa Lake Taupo New Zealand died 22 Feb 1932 Alford Sussex 
son of the Revd Thomas Samuel GRACE CMS missionary (1850-1879)
      born 16 Feb 1815 Liverpool died 30 Apr 1879 Tauranga
      first son of Thomas GRACE, of an Huguenot family
      married 23 Jul 1845
      and Sarah COX;
and Agnes FEARON
      died 25 Feb 1891 Nelson;
married (1) 23 Jun 1886 registered Thanet Kent,
Caroline ANDREWS daughter of J ANDREWS of Cliftonville Margate
married (2) 10 Sep 1895 registered Blything Suffolk,
Catherine BELOE daughter of the Revd Robert Seppings BELOE  rector Holton Halesworth Suffolk (111)
Trent College
1880 Clare College Cambridge
1884 BA Cambridge
Oct 1883-Jun 1884 Ridley Hall Cambridge (founded 1879)
31 May 1885 deacon Canterbury
20 Jun 1886 priest Canterbury (111;8)

1885-1887 curate Holy Trinity Margate diocese Canterbury
23 Mar 1887 temporary general licence diocese Sydney, en route to New Zealand:
1887-1892 curate Spring Creek parish Blenheim diocese Nelson
1893-1895 curate Holton S Peter co Suffolk (then perhaps diocese Rochester; later diocese St Edmundsbury and Ipswich) (111)
1895-1909 organising secretary CMS for diocese Norwich (8;324)
      31 Mar 1901 a clergyman residing Walberswick Suffolk England (345)
14 Dec 1909-23 May 1927 vicar Stanstead-Abbots near Ware co Hertford diocese St Albans  
24 Sep 1927-22 Feb 1932 rector Alfold (patron Church Pastoral Aid Society) Billingshurst co Surrey diocese Guildford (111)
youngest son was tutor to Prince HENRY, Duke of Gloucester and Prince GEORGE at Sandringham (324)
player of association football
23 Feb 1932 The Times
01 Jun 1932 Church Envoy
15 Apr 1932 Church Standard (111)

GRACE, Thomas Samuel jnr
born 17 May 1850 at sea in South Pacific
died 01 Apr 1918 Easter Monday aged 67 Blenheim buried Omaka cemetery Blenheim
brother to the Revd Arthur Völkner GRACE born 29 Apr 1865
brother to the Revd George Frederick GRACE born 08 Mar 1862
second son of the Revd Thomas Samuel GRACE CMS missionary (1850-1879)
      born 16 Feb 1815 Liverpool died 30 Apr 1879 Tauranga
      first son of Thomas GRACE, of an Huguenot family
      married 23 Jul 1845
      and Sarah COX;
and Agnes FEARON
      died 25 Feb 1891 Nelson;
married 29 Dec 1881 S Paul Brightwater [or 30 Dec Bishopdale chapel Nelson (33)],
Rhoda Caroline COLT
born c1854 died 16 Apr 1920 aged 66 Blenheim buried 18 Apr 1920 Omaka cemetery Blenheim
second daughter of Charles Russell COLT captain Third Dragoons Indian army,
      of Mt Heslington Brightwater
      born c1821 died 11 Aug 1867 aged 46 Nelson
      buried 14 Aug 1867 S Paul churchyard Spring Grove (Brightwater)
and Geraldine Adelaide Elizabeth GILBERT, (after 1867) of 'Kodah' Waimea West Nelson
      born c1830 died 22 Nov 1908 aged 78 buried churchyward S Paul Brightwater
      second daughter of Walter Raleigh GILBERT a lineal descendant of Sir Walter RALEIGH
          CB general of Sikh war, (1857) chief constable of Cornwall, 
          born 1813
          son of the Revd John Pomeroy GILBERT
          married 1848
          and Mariamne Charlotte Isabella PETERS
          daughter of William PETERS, of Beckenham Place Kent (33;245;124;6;46;89;247)
Church of England grammar school Auckland
1869-1874 student and later tutor and chaplain Bishopdale Theological College Nelson
21 Sep 1873 deacon Canterbury for colonies (Croydon parish church)
29 Sep 1876 priest Nelson (33;36;89;Crockford)
engineer and surveyor New Zealand colonial government (89)
1874-1880 curate Suburban North city and diocese Nelson (33)
      1874 chaplain to the bishop (89)
1876 planned to return with father to Taupo
01 Jan 1881 joined local CMS connexion in New Zealand on release from allegiance to bishop of Nelson (WTU)
Dec 1881-Mar 1885 stationed CMS mission Putiki Wanganui diocese Wellington (140;197)
      28 Jan 1882-07 Dec 1882 to England
      01 Jun 1883 licensed for Maori in parish of Christchurch Whanganui, and in parochial districts Marton, Whanganui, Patea, and Hawera (242)
1885-01 Apr 1918 incumbent Blenheim diocese Nelson (33)
      1890 archdeacon Marlborough (89) 2nd archdeacon of Wairau (gravestone)
      1892 committee NZCMA
      17 May 1910-04 April 1912 baptisms on Chatham Islands diocese Christchurch (CDA)
      01 Feb 1912 licensed for pastoral visit Chatham islands diocese Christchurch (33;69)
1882 father estate worth £6 262 (36)
translator into Maori; and author
1882 He Are ki te Kawan Tawhito
1882 Te Korero Whakatepe (89;46)
Notes on the Old Testament
Brief Sketch of Ecclesiastical History

GRACE, Thomas Samuel
born 15 or 16 Feb 1815 Liverpool Lancashire baptized 06 Oct 1816 S Peter Liverpool Lancashire
died 30 Apr 1879 aged 64 Tauranga buried mission churchyard Fort cemetery
eldest son of six children of John GRACE
and Sarah Lawrence COX;
married 23 Jul 1845 S James chapel Whitehaven Cumberland,
Agnes Grace FEARON
born 03 Jul 1825 Whitehaven Cumberland died 28 Feb 1891 Nelson buried Brightwater churchyard
daughter of Henry FEARON grocer of Whitehaven
and Jane WALTON (250;56;50;256)
a grammar school
1844 offered to CMS (22)
1845 - Dec 1845 CMS college Islington (founded 1825 closed 1915)
Aug 1846 S Bees College Cumberland
Note at this period of the evangelical 2nd principal, the College was particularly linked with CMS (internet)
Trinity Sunday Jun 1848 deacon Lichfield (LONSDALE)
Jun 1849 priest Lichfield (250;50;22)
manager of a firm in Liverpool
1848 assistant curate Cressbrook Bakewell Derbyshire (50)
1848 assistant curate Tideswell Derbyshire diocese ?Lichfield
11 Feb 1850 to CMS mission New Zealand
09 Jul 1850 arrived with wife and two children Auckland FAIRY QUEEN
Oct 1850 - 1853 CMS station (vice WILLIAMS William on leave) Turanga Poverty Bay (54;253)
19 Apr 1855- 08 Oct 1863 CMS station Pukawa Taupo on land of TE HEU HEU rangatira
      May 1856 holiday at the coast, especially for his sick wife: during absence, mission station burnt Pukawa
1863 absent on leave at Matamata after being forced to leave Pukawa during the War
1863 - 1872 itinerant ministry including time as priest-in-charge Te Waimate (250;253)
      Mar 1865 with VÖLKNER C when he was killed
      Feb 1869 Matata
      1869 Taupo
      late 1870 Thames, Katikati, and beyond (ADA;250;253)
09 Mar 1875 - 14 Dec 1876 visit to CMS and England (22)
residing Tauranga latterly; died after 29 years service CMS missionary (50)
1882 estate land worth £6 261 (36)
1854 anonymous author Ko etahi patai ki te hunga Maori mo te hoho wenua (22;89)
Sep 1887 p152 obituary New Zealand Church News

GRANGER, Edward Hadden
born c1834 Bristol baptized 22 Dec 1834 Bristol co Gloucester died 06 Jan 1905 Bristol England
son of Frederick GRANGER (1825 MRCS) medical practitioner Clifton
      born 1791 died 1864
and (1) Eliza;
married (1) 24 Jan 1877 S John Invercargill by WP TANNER,
Louisa Jane BRUNTON of Invercargill
born 30 Jun 1851
died 12 Jul 1883 aged 42 Waipukurau buried 14 Jul 1883 Waipukurau cemetery Hawkes Bay;
married (2) 1889 Lewisham South London
Fanny Evaline Mrs SIME neé HERTSLET
born 1860 Dunedin Otago
Note: married (1) 03 Jan 1879 at S John Waikouaiti by GRANGER EH,  Ramsey Black SIME accountant
sister to Edyth Maude HERTSLET who married the Revd William  CURZON-SIGGERS
daughter of Henry (Harry) Charles HERTSLET businessman, mining agent, landowner of Oamaru
      born 27 Dec 1817 Westminster London died Dec 1901
      married 1853
and Fanny ORBELL
      born Essex England died 28 Apr 1917 widow of Melville St Dunedin 
      sister to Jessie ORBELL married the Honourable Henry John MILLER MLC JP  Fernbrook Oamaru
      daughter among ten children  of John ORBELL of Little Hawksbury Bush Waikouaiti 
          born c1802 died 14 Jan 1879 ‘aged 78’ Waikouaiti buried S John’s churchyard
      and Catherine died 04 Dec 1875 aged 75 Waikouaiti buried S John’s churchyard (121;183;152;2;220;272)
09 Jun 1857 admitted pensioner S John’s College Cambridge
1861 BA Cambridge
1864 MA Cambridge
26 May 1861 deacon Gloucester (in Gloucester cathedral)
15 Jun 1862 priest Gloucester (in Bristol cathedral) (298;2)
1861-1863 curate Christian Malford Wiltshire diocese Gloucester and Bristol (2)
1863-1864 curate Narberth Pembrokeshire Wales diocese S David (2)
      12 Jun 1864 arrived Lyttelton IVANHOE
22 Jun 1864 officiating minister diocese Christchurch (3)
      Jan 1864 pastoral visit Dunstan and Wakatipu goldfields for rural deanery report (222;DUHO)
1864-1865 curate S Paul Dunedin diocese Christchurch (2)
      Jan 1865 pastoral visit Queenstown and Dunstan goldfields (70)
1865-31 Dec 1872 incumbent All Saints (1871 diocese) Dunedin (2)
      21 Apr 1869 licensed by Bishop HARPER for All Saints Dunedin diocese Christchurch (3)
      04 June 1872 "Notice received of his intention to retire from the cure of All Saints on 31 Dec 1872” (344)           1873 in ill health visited England
Sept 1874 licensed priest diocese Wellington (211)
Dec 1874-31 Mar 1875 accepted and resigned S Mark parochial district city and diocese Wellington (162)
25 Apr 1875-Apr 1880 incumbent Waikouaiti with Palmerston diocese Dunedin (220;2;9)
ca Jun 1880 incumbent Queenstown (69;2)
      Jul 1881 resigned and on account of wife’s ill health went to Napier (344;222)
      Sep 1881 officiating minister, attended synod diocese Waiapu
1882-1883 incumbent Taradale Napier diocese Waiapu
      Oct 1882 owner land worth £450 Taradale Hawkes Bay (36)
04 Mar 1883-28 Mar 1886 incumbent (vice LONG FH) S Mark Waipukurau (221)
      1886 returned to England
1887 retired residing Rotorua Durdham Park Bristol Gloucestershire
1899-1905  residing 212 Redland Rd City of Bristol
      11 Dec 1905 his wife with son Edward Harold Hertslet aged 15 returned to Dunedin  (183)
17 Jun 1899 probate value of his will, particularly real estate Cardiff £20,621  (221;24;36;34)

GRAVES, Douglas Eccleston
born 12 Nov 1886
son of the Revd Walter Eccleston GRAVES
      curate (1877-1881) Lastingham Yorkshire
      curate (1881-1884) Burwell Cambridge
      curate (1884-1888) Uffculme diocese Exeter
      chaplain (1889-1902) Isles of Scilly diocese Truro 
      vicar (1902) S Clement city and diocese Truro
      born c1850 Camberwell Surrey died before 1923;
      married Sep ¼ 1884 Camberwell South London 
and probably Sarah GLOVER
or Ketura Anne FOORD born 26 Jul 1849 baptised 20 Feb 1850 S Mark Kennington South London daughter of Thomas Jennings FOORD and Lydia (249)
privately and at a mining school
1912-1914 College of S Augustine Canterbury
1920 deacon and priest Melanesia
31 Mar 1901 neither he nor his parents apparent in census returns (345)
mining engineer
lay missionary diocese Melanesia
1920-1924 missionary Gela district
1924- missionary at Florida
1932-1933 diocesan administrator
Mar 1933 in ill health departed Melanesia after 18 years work
1933 incumbent Compton Pauncefoot with Blackford (patron Melanesian mission) diocese Bath and Wells (69)
1935-1941- vicar Constantine Falmouth diocese Truro (8)
11 letters in S Augustine Canterbury archive

GREEN, Samuel Dutton
born 1830 Baldock Hertfordshire baptized 20 Jun 1830 Radwell Hertfordshire
died 21 Aug 1879 Prahran Victoria buried St Kilda cemetery Victoria Australia
son of Job GREEN
and Martha DUTTON;
married (1) Mar ¼ 1854 London City,
born 04 Aug 1831 died 21 June 1872 parsonage Meeanee Napier Hawkes Bay New Zealand;
married (2) 06 Feb 1877,
Harriet Amy SHEPPARD
died 14 Jun 1923 aged 85
daughter of Thomas SHEPPARD of Buninyong Victoria (111;109;13)

1849-1853 S Aidan College Birkenhead (College register says, “from New Zealand” (111): but this is not intelligible, MWB)
09 Jul 1854 deacon Nova Scotia
13 May 1855 priest Nova Scotia (109)
1854-1856 Musquedoboit (SPG funded) diocese Nova Scotia (70)
1856-1857 curate Sutton Cheney and Shenton Leicestershire (311)
26 Jul 1858 curate Willingham St Ives Huntingdonshire diocese Ely (111;70)
      03 Sep 1861 ready to leave for New Zealand (70)
chaplain (SPCK funded) to emigrants (9)
      Jan 1862 arrived cabin passenger with wife and two children Lyttelton MYSTERY (20)
      1862 officiating minister diocese Christchurch (51)
15 Jan 1862 in charge Moeraki-Waitaki [Oamaru] district diocese Christchurch (9)
      May 1862 resigned Moeraki-Waitaki district
29 Jun 1862 departed Oamaru for Adelaide South Australia
      1863 half year’s stipend loan paid from the trust fund to the Clergy Passenger Fund (DUHO)
20 Aug 1862-1864 incumbent S Mark Penwortham
      with S Barnabas Clare and Kooringa diocese Adelaide (109;70)
13 Jun 1866-May 1867 incumbent Strichen Scotland diocese Aberdeen and Orkney (311)
c1869-1871 teaching private school Akaroa in diocese Christchurch (70;13;39)
      11 Jan 1871 Bishop HARPER does not give him a license to officiate at Akaroa, alluding that for his earlier problem he would not survive scrutiny by the churchwardens. The problem is not stated  (145)
20 Feb 1872-Nov 1872 incumbent Clive, Havelock North, Meeanee, Puketapu diocese Waiapu (224)
12 Mar 1873 general license diocese Melbourne
01 Apr 1873-10 May 1874 minister Kangaroo Flat and Lockwood diocese Melbourne (111)
1874 visiting England
27 May 1875-31 Dec 1876 incumbent Chiltern archdeaconry Beechworth diocese Melbourne (111;70)
29 Jan 1877 incumbent Colac diocese Ballarat (111)
Note: Son DUTTON GREEN Arthur Vincent (born 1857 England died 1944), was bishop of Grafton and Armidale 1894-1900, and of Ballarat 1900-1915, and refused bishopric of Brisbane 1903, ‘one of the most distinguished prelates of his time’ (111)
A daughter became a religious sister at S Denys Convent in Warminster; another daughter was a school headmistress in Australia

GREENSTREET, Ernest Frederick
baptized 27 May 1852 Tetbury Gloucestershire died 04 Feb 1882 S Leonards-on-Sea co Sussex
nephew to the Revd Octavius Pechell GREENSTREET (*)
nephew to the Revd William George GREENSTREET, vicar Pattingham and Patshull (1847-1900)
nephew to Charles Hawkins GREENSTREET of Ringwood station Ashburton
      who married Eliza MACKIE
      daughter of the Revd Charles MACKIE incumbent of Avonside Christchurch
son of the Revd Frederick Waters GREENSTREET,
      curate (1852), Tetbury
      vicar (1861) Winterbourne Down Bristol Gloucestershire
      born Southwark South London
      died 17 Apr 1913 Winterbourne Down aged 86, buried Winterbourne Down
      fifth son of General John GREENSTREET (**), H E I C S, of Cheltenham Gloucestershire
and Catherine;
married Dec ¼ 1877 Barton Regis Gloucestershire,
Ellinor born c1849 Llandyfrydog Anglesea (70;295;249;4;13;56;366)
1874 BA Keble College Oxford
1880 MA Oxford
1875 deacon by CLAUGHTON Piers Calveley (bishop of Colombo 1862-1871) for Peterborough (3;8)
22 Sep 1878 priest Canterbury (TAIT AC) (302)
1875-1876 curate S Matthew Leicester diocese Peterborough (8)
01 Mar 1877-May 1877 deacon licensed to officiate at South Rakaia diocese Christchurch (3;14)
1877-1881 curate Kilndown Goudhurst Kent diocese Canterbury
1881-Feb 1882 minor canon cathedral and diocese Rochester Kent (249;13)
28 Sep 1860 from Sydney the Revd Octavius Pechell GREENSTREET arrived Lyttelton LORD WORSLEY; uncle to Ernest Frederick and the youngest son of General John GREENSTREET, a Trinity College Cambridge graduate, he married at Whitby in 1879 (295;20)
(**) 1851 General GREENSTREET, grandfather of Ernest Frederick,  paid £25 for a passage on WILLIAM HYDE to Lyttelton; his 7th son, Charles Hawkins GREENSTREET arrived at Lyttelton 09 Jan 1858 and took up Ringwood station near Ashburton, died 06 Nov 1872 aged 42 Ashburton Canterbury (142)
Feb 1882 late of Minor Canon Row Rochester co Kent clerk minor canon of Rochester cathedral, died St Leonards-on-Sea co Sussex, estate £211 to widow Ellinor GREENSTREET of Minor Canon Row (366)

GREENWOOD, Arthur John
born 24 Dec 1868 Essendon Victoria Australia
died 21 May 1957 Mt Eden Auckland New Zealand buried Purewa cemetery
son of John GREENWOOD
and Mary Ann LARMER;
married 21 Dec 1897 Wagga Wagga NSW,
Harriett Amelia SAMPSON
daughter of Thomas Shipton SAMPSON of Bendigo Victoria
born c1869 buried 11 Sept 1948 aged 79 (111)
01 Nov 1894 deacon Goulburn for Riverina
20 Sep 1896 priest Riverina (111)
before ordination a clerk
1894-1895 curate Deniliquin NSW diocese Riverina 
1895-1897 curate Menindie
1897-1898 vicar Coolamon
27 Jan 1899-1899 curate pro-cathedral Hay diocese Riverina
18 Oct 1899-1900 vicar Richmond diocese Tasmania
23 Apr 1900-1902 rector Bothwell Tasmania
10 Nov 1902-30 Apr 1904 rector Waratah
01 Jul 1904-1906 incumbent Heywood Victoria diocese Ballarat
01 Jun 1906-1912 vicar Smythesdale (111)
1912-1913 chaplain Norfolk Island diocese Sydney
1913-1915 curate All Saints city and diocese Auckland
1915-1917 vicar Paparoa
1917-1919 vicar S Luke Mt Albert
1919-1926 vicar Holy Trinity Devonport
1926-1941- vicar S Alban Dominion Rd Auckland (8)
23 May 1957 New Zealand Herald (111)

GREER, John Lawrence
born Mar ¼ 1875 Ormskirk Lathom Lancashire died 26 Feb 1953 Devonport Auckland
son of GREER, head of A Greer and Co, iron and brass founders and shipbrokers Liverpool;
Eva Daisy - a UMCA missionary in Zanzibar
born c1870 cremated 13 Feb 1959 aged 88 Purewa cemetery Auckland (164)
Liverpool Institute
King Williams College Isle of Man
1912 College of S Augustine Canterbury (164)
07 Dec 1913 deacon Waiapu (AVERILL) for Auckland (S Mary)
20 Dec 1914 priest Auckland  (S Mary) (317)
1894-1899 Mashonaland Mounted Police
1899-1904 assistant collector in Rhodesian civil service
commissioner of natives and J.P.  (164)
1913 curate Rotorua diocese Waiapu
1914-1915 curate Ellerslie diocese Auckland
1916-1917 vicar Te Awamutu
1917-1924 vicar Northcote
1924-1928 permission to officiate diocese Auckland 
1928-1932 vicar Waiheke (8)
      Dec 1929 six months cure Norfolk island diocese Melanesia (69)
n.d priest in Dar Es Salaam diocese Zanzibar (164)
29 letters (164)

GREY, Vivian Talbot
23 Sep 1910 deacon Bathurst
not priested (111)
09 Feb 1906 reader Uralla diocese Grafton and Armidale
23 Sept 1910-1911 curate Molong diocese Bathurst Australia
01 Feb 1912 curate Waratah diocese Newcastle
01 Dec 1912 curate Gosford
27 Sept 1913 general licence diocese Waiapu
14 Jan 1914 curate Gisborne (111)
25 Jul 1914 license as deacon to officiate diocese Dunedin
Jul 1914 temporary license in charge Middlemarch
02 Jun 1915 departed for Tasmania (151)
c1923-1928 headmaster Cheltenham boys’ college Sydney: ‘A researcher in Sydney on the school found no further trace of GREY’ (111)
1928 bankrupt Sydney (111)

GRIBBLE, Eric Livingstone Bulmer
born 17 March 1898 Cairns Queensland Australia
died 11 April 1966 on visit to England
son of the Revd Ernest Richard Bulmer GRIBBLE
      born 23 Nov 1868 Chilwell Victoria Australia, died 18 Oct 1957 Yarrabah mission Queensland
      son of the Revd John Brown GRIBBLE a Methodist and then a Congregationalist minister
          born 01 Sep 1847 Redruth Cornwall died 03 Jun 1893 Sydney
          son of Benjamin GRIBBLE miner and Mary BROWN
          married 1868 Victoria            
      and Mary Ann Elizabeth BULMER born 29 Mar 1848 died 11 Sep 1928
      married 18 Apr 1895
and Emelie Julie WRIEDE
      daughter of Georg Heinrich WRIEDE
      born 17 Dec 1869 married 18 Apr 1895;
married, Noella born c1902 died Apr 1992 (111)
1913 The King’s school Parramatta
1920 College of S John Armidale
1923 Th L ACT
27 May 1923 deacon Armidale for North Queensland
13 Jun 1924 priest by coadjutor bishop (LE FANU)  of Brisbane for North Queensland (111)
1923-1926 curate cathedral S James Townsville
1926-1927 priest-in-charge Hughenden
1927-1929 rector Hughenden
17 May 1929-15 Sept 1930 vicar Winton
08 Oct 1930-14 Jan 1935 rector Longreach
07 Mar 1935 general licence diocese  Sydney
1935-1936 assistant chaplain mission to seamen Sydney Australia
15 Jul 1936-1941 vicar parochial district Okato diocese Waikato
01 May 1941-1946 vicar parochial district Waihi
12 May 1946-1949 vicar parochial district All Saints Matamata
11 Apr 1949-22 Feb 1952 rector All Saints Clermont diocese  Rockhampton
17 Apr 1952-31 May 1956 rector Gladstone Queensland diocese Rockhampton
04 Jun 1956-May 1957 missionary Rabaul diocese New Guinea
10 Jul 1957 chaplain Mission to Seamen Hobart diocese  Tasmania
29 Apr 1959-Feb 1961 priest-in-charge Madang diocese New Guinea (111)
1961-1965 rector Mossman diocese Carpentaria (8)
n d appointed by London as honorary chaplain Mission to Seamen, Gladstone, in honour of his work
02 Jun 1966 Anglican
May 1966 Anglican Church Gazette (111)

GRIFFITHS, Francis Samuel
born 01 February 1892 Stoke-on-Trent co Stafford
son of Samuel GRIFFITHS, postmaster
and Margaret DIMOND;
married 18 Mar 1926 S Philip Sydney,
Olive Irene JURD
daughter of David Eli JURD (111)
1915 Sydney University
21 Dec 1915 deacon Newcastle
07 Mar 1917 priest Newcastle (111)
21 Dec 1915-1916  assistant curate Gosford diocese Newcastle Australia
1916-1917 curate Hamilton
1917-1918 priest-in-charge S Alban McDonald River
1918-1919 assistant curate Palmerston diocese Dunedin
02 Oct 1919 exhibited letters of orders diocese  Goulburn
1919-1920  assistant curate cathedral Goulburn diocese Goulburn NSW
07 Dec 1920-1921  assistant curate Darlaston diocese Lichfield
01 Sept 1921, 29 Oct 1921 general licence diocese  Perth
1921-1922  priest-in-charge Bruce Rock & Corrigin diocese Perth
1922-1923  priest-in-charge Quairading
1923-1924 curate Forth and Leven diocese  Tasmania (111)
01 Aug 1924 temporary license as acting vicar of the parochial district of Balclutha (151)
1924 vicar Stewart Island diocese Dunedin  (9)
1926-1927 incumbent Croydon and Normanton diocese Melbourne
1927-1928 Cooktown
1928-1929 curate Stanthorpe diocese  Brisbane
20 Jul 1929-30 Aug 1929 general licence diocese Gippsland
1949 not in Crockford

GRIME, Sydney (Jackson but not in New Zealand) Calvert
born 20 Mar 1852 Norfolk Island baptized 14 Apr 1852 Norfolk Island
died 12 Jan 1917 Newcastle NSW
son of James GRIME major of 99th regiment
and Jane MURPHY;
married 26 Jul 1882 All Saints Gladstone Invercargill by HOBBS John,
Frances Elizabeth CROASDILL of England
born Newcastle NSW died 16 Jan 1904
daughter of William CROASDILL gentleman
and Harriet Mary HENDERSON (152;121;111)
Glenlyon school, Douglas, Isle of Man
1873-1876 College of S Augustine Canterbury 
29 Jun 1878 deacon Auckland for Dunedin (Bishopscourt chapel Auckland)
14 Mar 1880 priest Dunedin (164;69;151)
turned down by CMS, later accepted by SPG
‘selected by Mr MARK of the Mission to Burmah from the S Augustine’s students for the service of that mission, accepted on Mr MARK’s recommendation for this diocese, was ordained deacon by the bishop  of Auckland on S Peters Day 1878 at the request of the bishop on account of his absence from the diocese.’ (151)
1876-1877 at S Gabriel mission Rangoon Burma
      Feb 1877 failed bishop of Calcutta’s examination and: 
      25 Jun 1877 arrived New Zealand 
Sep 1878-1879 assistant curate for outlying areas parish Oamaru diocese Dunedin
Dec 1879-1884 temporary appointment, later confirmed, in charge Riverton Southland (69)
      1881 clergyman residing Riverton electorate Wallace (266)
01 Mar 1887-04 Apr 1896 curate cathedral church of Christ Newcastle diocese Newcastle
      16 Aug 1909 honorary minor canon cathedral church of Christ Newcastle
1915 residing Newcastle NSW (8)
10 letters in archive College of S Augustine Canterbury
19 Jan 1917 Church Record
13 Jan 1917 Newcastle Morning Herald
Sept 1918 S Augustine’s College Occasional Papers No 337 (111)

GROVE, Walter Frederick
born Dec ¼ 1876 Fenton registered Stoke-upon-Trent co Stafford
son of Frederick W GROVE born c1847 City Road St Pancras London co Middlesex
      (1881) earthenware manufacturer
and Hannah P born c1845 Birmingham co Warwick England  (352;295)
Lichfield Theological College (founded 1857 closed 1976)
18 Dec 1904 deacon Lichfield
11 Mar 1906 priest Lichfield (308)
31 Mar 1881 son aged 4 residing with three siblings and parents, two servants, Mason House Duke St Stoke-upon-Trent co Stafford England (352;249)
31 Mar 1901 aged 24 earthenware manufacturers manager residing with parents and two siblings (governess, music teacher) Newcastle-under-Lyne (352;345)
1904-1913 curate S Matthew Walsall
10 Jun 1913 curate All Saints Palmerston North
21 Jul 1915-1919 vicar Hunterville (208)
17 Sep 1918-1922 vicar Levin (308)
1923-1927 vicar Wormleighton Leamington diocese Coventry
1927-1935 vicar Tuckhill Bridgnorth diocese Hereford
1935-1939 Tong [which one?]
      1936-1941 commissary for bishop Waikato (CHERRINGTON)
1939-1940 licence to officiate diocese Hereford
1940-1944 curate-in-charge Caynham diocese Hereford
      1941-1949- residing The Pothouse Hope Bagot, Ludlow (8)

GROVES, Sidney John Selby
born Mar ¼ 1895 Weymouth co Dorset
brother to Leslie H S GROVES born c1897 Weymouth  (352;295)

University College Oxford
1920 BA Oxford
1924 MA Oxford
1920 Cuddesdon College Oxford (founded 1854)
1921 deacon Oxford for Salisbury
1922 priest Salisbury
31 Mar 1901 residing a boarder with brother Leslie, Florence CHAMBERS a hospital nurse, Ellen HOPKINS a servant and mother’s domestic help, in the home of Eliza J EATON a widow aged 44, registrar of births and death  and her daughter Kathleen E EATON aged 6, S Johns Hill Lyndhurst, Wimborne Minster registered Weymouth Dorsetshire England (352;345)
1921-1925 assistant curate Gillingham with East and West Stower and Milton (8)
20 Mar 1925- Mar 1927 assistant curate S Mark city and diocese Wellington
Mar 1927 returning to England (69;308)
Sep 1927-1932 perpetual curate Wheatley diocese Oxford (69)
1932-1942 perpetual curate Sunningdale diocese Oxford
1942-1963 vicar Sonning diocese Oxford
      1952-1963 rural dean Sonning
      1959- honorary canon Christ Church Oxford
-1969- residing Bincleaves Milldown Avenue Goring Reading co Berkshire (8)

GRYLLS, John Couch
born c1793 Plymouth Dock Devon baptized 26 Aug 1793 Morrice St Wesleyan chapel Devonport
died 24 Apr 1854 Sydney buried Camperdown cemetery NSW Australia
son of William GRYLLS [probably in harbour or dock work (111)]
and Philippa HAYNS;
married 19 Dec 1820 Stoke Damerel,
died 28 Feb 1880 aged 81 (56;111;2)
Plymouth grammar school
14 Dec 1821 aged 27 (one year only) Jesus College Cambridge
17 Oct 1834 (may not have resided) Trinity College Dublin
15 Dec 1840 MA Lambeth
21 Dec 1823 deacon Chester
28 May 1825 priest Lincoln (111;2)
1821 rejected by SPG
11 Oct 1825-1838 minister Saltash chapel Cornwall diocese Exeter
      23 Apr 1827 and master Saltash grammar school (with bishop’s license)
      1834-1835 mayor of Saltash
12 Oct 1838 arrived (SPG) Melbourne WILLIAM METCALF
03 Sep 1838 1st minister S James Melbourne Port Phillip diocese Australia
21 Mar 1840 arrived Port Nicholson [= Wellington New Zealand] EARL STANHOPE
1842 did not take up appointment Christ Church Geelong
17 Mar 1842 locum tenens S Philip city and diocese Sydney
07 Aug 1843-24 Apr 1854 minister in charge Holy Trinity in parish of S Philip Sydney
      1850-1851 on leave in Britain
      11 Aug 1852 canon S Andrew cathedral Sydney (111)
14 Jun 1853 ill health, leave of absence
nicknamed ‘Stammerer'  (2;111;198)

GULLIVER, Edward Hale
born 16 Jun 1842 St Helena Atlantic Ocean baptized 19 Sep 1842
died 28 Mar 1894 Penshurst NSW buried St George’s cemetery Hurstville
only son of Edward GULLIVER R.N. of St Bees Cumberland England
and Frances;
married 1873 Hornsey Rise,
Esther Georgia GILHAM born 21 Oct 1850
daughter of Ellis James GILHAM (111;2)
St Bee’s school Cumberland
03 Jun 1862 admitted pensioner aged 19 Pembroke College Cambridge
1865 BA Cambridge
1872 MA Cambridge
16 Jun 1867 deacon York
07 Jun 1868 priest York (111;2)
16 Jun 1867-1868 curate Kirby-Moorside Yorkshire diocese York
03 Feb 1869-1871 curate Stratford-on-Avon co Warwick diocese Worcester 
1872-1875 headmaster high school Lahore diocese Lahore
1875-1877 acting headmaster Bishop Cotton school Simla diocese Lahore
1878-1880 headmaster Bury Lane grammar school Lancashire
16 Jan 1880-1882 acting vicar Christ Church Ballarat Victoria Australia (111)
01 Apr 1883 arrived Auckland SOUTHERN CROSS
n d assistant master Auckland grammar school – the official history puts him there 1880-1881 but can not be believed (MWB)
1883 appointed warden College of S John Evangelist Auckland diocese Auckland
      1884 appointed tutor College of S John, and ran his own small primary school (67;2)
1886 principal Auckland Training College
lived latterly Melbourne Victoria  (2)
Christian Socialist in tradition of Charles KINGSLEY, FD MAURICE (67)
31 Mar 1894 Sydney Morning Herald (111)

GUNDRY, John Seager
born 06 Mar 1807 baptised 10 Jul 1808 S James Southbroom co Wiltshire
died 15 Feb 1886 ‘aged 70’ at 8 Devon Square Newton Abbot co Devon
brother to William Richardson GUNDRY settler in Auckland born c1818
brother to Samuel GUNDRY settler in Canterbury born c1809
son of Peter GUNDRY
      son of Peter GUNDRY born c1744 died 04 Mar 1808 Quemerford Calne co Wiltshire
          buried 1808 Friends burial ground Marlborough co Wiltshire
          married 24 Nov 1765 Calne
      and Sarah SEAGER
and Mary - ;
married 17 Jul 1849,
Isabella BAYNE
born c1823 St Pancras co Middlesex London
died 1906 aged 89 England (352;249;CPL;366)
Lichfield Theological College (founded 1857 closed 1976)
1871 deacon Lichfield
1872 priest Lichfield
Feb 1851 departed surgeon-superintendent in Canterbury Association ship STEADFAST for Lyttelton
08 Jun 1851 arrived Lyttelton with wife (and his brother Samuel and family) STEADFAST
pharmacist doctor in Cashel Street in new settlement Christchurch
Oct 1858 returned England
1872-1873 curate Shenstone diocese Lichfield
1873-1875 chaplain Alphington diocese Exeter
1875-1886 curate Honiton (8)
      31 Mar 1881 curate and wife with one servant residing High St Honiton (249)
Freemason (CPL)
17 Mar 1886 will probate, formerly of Honiton afterwards of 6 St Pauls Road Newton Abbott, but late of 8 Devon Square Newton Abbot, all in co Devon, Richard Simpson GUNDRY of Hillworth Devizes in co Wiltshire, gentleman and nephew, valued at £371 (366)