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Frederick Henry Barnard
Frederick (Fred) Henry Barnard was born 25 Sep 1887 in Carterton to parents Charles Leonard Barnard and Ellen nee Banks; Occ: dentist; he died 09 Sep 1972 in Pukekohe, Auckland and was cremated on 12 Sep 1972 at Purewa Cemetery.
1894 - 26 Nov: Attended Levin School came from Mt Cook Infants, Wgtn, His last day 29 June 1895 - leaving for Otaki; 1900, attended Hutt School
1907 - DENTAL EXAMINATIONS.Hawera & Normanby Star, 21 Dec: 1907: Wgtn, Successful candidates at the recent dental examinations: F. H. Barnard (Wellington),
1908 Evening Post, 12 Mar 1908: BOYS' INSTITUTE. The Boys' Institute Cadet* paraded last evening, when Sergeant-Major Colclough instructed the cadets in the use of their new Martim-Enfield rifles. The company has been class-firing during tho past few days and very good scores have been made by the majority of the lads. The strength of the company has been increased by the appointment of lieutenant of Frederick H. Barnard, formerly of the Palmerston Guards, and of later years sergeant of the Highland Rifles. The members of the Institute will hold a field meeting on Saturday at Miramar for the purpose of establishing records. Gymnasium classes will begin next week.
1911 Fred married
EVA MAUD GRIBBLE on 22 Nov 1911 in St James Church, Sth.
Wellington. Her parents were Malachi Gribble and Anne Letitia Parsons. Eva
was born 18 Mar 1892 and died 01 Jun 1929 in Drury, Maurewa, Auckland.
They had two children - Joan Ellen and William (Bill) Edward Barnard.
1911 - Evening Post, 14 Dec; MARRIAGES. BARNARD-GRIBBLE.—On. the 22nd November, 1911, at St. James's Church, Wellington South, by Rev. William Shirer, Frederick Henry Barnard to Eva Maud Gribble.
1914 - Waipawa Electoral roll; living at Norsewood, Dentist
1916 - Dentist, Te Aroha
1919 - Dentist, Rotorua
1922 - Rotorua electoral roll; living at Carnot St, Rotorua; dental surgeon with wife Eva
1929 - Dentist Manurewa - wife Eva died 01 Jun 1929 in Drury, Maurewa, Auckland.
1930 - 2nd marriage: Frederick (Fred) Henry Barnard mar: 1 Jul 1930 to BERTHA ANNE MARTYN nee BURROWS. Bertha was born in Dunedin on 28 Mar 1893 in Dunedin to father, William Henry Burrows and her mother was Lorna Amelia Smith. Her first Mar. was to Herbert Martyn on 09 Mar 1916 in St Kilda Methodist Church, Dunedin he d: 06 Aug 1927 Their daughter Joan Martyn mar; 1941 to Leonard James Keys
1931 to 1943- Franklin electoral rolls; living at Hill Rd, Manurewa, dentist with wife Bertha
1943 - Land Valuation Court Files: Application for consent to sale - Frederick Henry Barnard and Lawrence Cyril Wilson to Mervyn James Shaw.
1944 - Land Valuation Court Files: Application for consent to sale - Frederick Henry Barnard and Lawrence Cyril Wilson to Francis King Cunningham and Kathleen Mavis Cunningham.
1963 Franklin electoral roll; living at 6 Roose Av, Pukekohe; retired with wife Bertha
Public Service: Mayor of Pukekohe
EVA nee GRIBBLE and FREDERICK BARNARD'S children:
WEDDING: MORTON—BARNARD It is not often that anyone has the distinction of being married from Mr. Speaker's rooms in any country, but this pleasant happening cams to Miss Joan Barnard, daughter of Mr. F. H. Barnard, of Manurewa, Auckland, today. The bridegroom was Mr. Clive Morton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morton, also of Manurewa, and the ceremony took place at St. Michael and All Angels Church, Kelburn, when the Rev. Gordon McKenzie officiated.
The bride's charming frock was of gold stiffened cloque, cut on slender lines, and with high neck and long sleeves. She wore also a dainty small brown hat with a veil put back from the faco, and carried a sheaf of chrysanthemums in autumn tints with leaves and foliage of the same.
The bridesmaid was Miss Peggy Barnard (daughter of the Hon. W. E. Barnard, Speaker of the House of Representatives, and Mrs. Barnard), her frock being of green satin-backed marocain, with trimmings of a- lighter tone, her felt hat being of matching colours. She carried a bouquet of gold and green chrysanthemums and foliage. Mr. Barnard escorted his daughter at the church, and the best man was Mr. Radford, of Wellington. Mrs. F. H. Barnard tManurewa) was in cyclamen ninon with touches of gold, and she wore a velvet hat of a darker tone. Mrs. Barnard was in a dark green suit with hat and accessories to tone.
Mr. Speaker's rooms at the Parliamentary Buildings were charmingly decorated with, blue hydrangeas, pink snapdragons, and dahlias, with maidenhair fern. The wedding cake was decorated in gold and white following (he wedding scheme of colour. There were about forty guests present among these being Mr. and Mrs. Gribble, of Stokes Valley (grandparents of the bride). The bride's travelling costume was in tones of brown with all accessories matching
Their 2 children:
a Craig Morton b: Wgtn mar Ak to Lyn McLaren (Father: Robert John McLaren Mother: Mavis Alma Strong)
b Chloe Morton
c Leith Alix Morton mar David Anthony Fitzherbert (Father: John Anthony Fitzherbert Mother: Martha Betty Hope)
ii. WILLIAM (BILL) EDWARD BARNARD, (b. 13 Jul 1917, Rotorua; d. 19 Aug 2002, Auckland )Mar: 14 Dec 1940 in Auckland to Zoe Alice Edwards (b: 27 Dec 1915 in Papatoetoe, Auckland Father: Thomas Evan Richards Mother: Daisy Austel Deery; d: 20 Mar 1957 in Auckland.)
*2nd Wife of William (Bill) Edward Barnard: Mar: 12 Dec 1957 to Kadia Mary Wilson nee Scott (b: 05 Nov 1914 d: 26 Jan 1987 in Nth Shore, Auckland Crem: 30 Nov 1987)
1938 Wellington North
Electoral roll; living at 137 Tinakori Rd; Clerk
Notes for Bertha Anne Barnard
1975 Franklin Electorate; living at 12 Blair St, Pukekohe; widow
1978 Last residence 31 Harrisville Road, Tuakau d: 11 Aug 1978 in Pukekohe, Auckland Crem: 14 Aug 1978 Purewa Cem
BERTHA ANNE nee MARTYN and FREDERICK BARNARD'S son:
i. HELEN MARIE BARNARD, b. Tuakau.
ii. CATHERINE MARY BARNARD, b. Tuakau.
iii. ANDREW BRUCE BARNARD, b. Tuakau.