ALICE ROSE BARTRUM was b:
18 Dec 1863 in Ashley Bank, near Rangiora the youngest daughter of
George and Sarah Bartrum. Bapt: 17 Jan 1864, St John the Baptist
Alice Bartrum mar: Thomas
Leslie Flaus on
24 May 1901 at Rangiora.
Thomas Flaus first mar: was
to MARGARET RAMSAY in 1883 - she was b: 1863, the dau. of
Margaret and David Ramsay, and d: 01 Feb 1900 at Christchurch
Children of THOMAS FLAUS and MARGARET
i. MARY JANE FLAUS was b 20 Feb 1884 in
Nth Invercargill, and died 1968 aged 83Y. She mar: (1) ALEXANDER
JOHN CHEYNE MCLELLAN 1908, son of HUGH MCLELLAN and SARAH nee
PLAYSTED. Alexander was born 09 Mar
1880 at Lyttelton, Canterbury but their marriage was not
happy and they separated.
Press, 25 Oct 1916; Private
Alexander J. C. McLellan (missing) is the fourth son of the late
Captain Hugh McLellan. of Lyttelton, and Mrs McLellan,
Christchurch. He left with the 4th Reinforcements, and after some
months on Gallipoli contracted rheumatism and was invalided to
England. He left for France last April.
Bay Herald, 3 Jan 1917:Private Alexander J. C. McLellan
missing since September 16, is now reported believed to be killed.:
He was the fourth son of the late Captain Hugh McLellan of Lyttelton
and Mrs. McLellan, Jerold St, and left with the Fourth
Reinforcements as a signaller. He d: 16 Sep 1916 in Somme,
France (his wife Mary was living at this time at Palmerston
They had 2 children -
FLAUS MCLELLAN, b. 1909 and ii. ? McLellan Bef
Mary Jane mar: (2) HARRY LAMBERT. He d:
1949 New Plymouth aged 78Y.
CONSTANCE CHRISTINA NEWTON FLAUS (b. 1892; d. 13
Jun 1902, Dean St, St Albans Christchurch aged 10
years 6 mths. Bur: Linwood Cem.
ERNEST THOMAS LESLIE FLAUS was born 1887, Occ:
Carpenter; (his father's 2nd marriage caused a permanent rift
between Ernest and his father);he died 18 JAN 1956 aged
68Y. He mar: NELLIE LOUISE WEALSBY (b: 16 Apr 1898; d: 16 Sep
Oct 1915 Mr T. L. Flaus, of 682 Colombo St. received word yesterday
that his son, Private Ernest Thomas Leslie Flaus, of the Canterbury
Battalion has been admitted to the Second Southern General Hospital
at Southmead. Bristol.
Residences: 1908 - 242 Durham St,
Christchurch Nth; 1919 112 Wairarapa Tce, Fendalton,; 1929 61 St
Christchurch Press: FLAUS, Ernest Thomas Leslie. On 18 Jan 1956 at
his residence 113 Beresford St, New Brighton, aged 68 years; dearly
loved husband of Nellie Louise FLAUS and loved father of Trevor,
Connie, Eunice, Robert, Gertrude, Rata and John, (Late 1st
NZEF Main Body).
a SBC Flaus
Trevor* Flaus (b: 06 Jun 1924 in Christchurch d: 31 Dec 1993 in
Christchurch) mar: Mary Elizabeth Kennedy - their dau: Patricia
Louise Flaus (b: 1926 in Christchurch d: 1978 in Christchurch)
May Flaus mar: 1948 Methosdist Church, ChCh; to Noel Matthew
Martin Schultz (b: 11 Nov 1926 d:
Thomas Leslie Flaus Time
Sailed London July 25th 1874 with parents Robert and Christina
Flaus, on the "Jessie Readman" - arrived at Dunedin
Oct 26th 1874
Coordinator of Naseby Salvation Army Meeting:
1892; LYTTELTON. (Before J. Hamilton, Esq.) Breach of the
Public Health Act. T. L. Flaus charged with having failed to have
their children vaccinated.
Electoral Roll - Lyttleton; FLAUS, Thomas Leslie,
Salts Gully, carpenter, residential.
May 1897Art Union. -In another column the date of drawing the art
union for the picture frames made by Mr T. L. Flaus is announced.
These frames are of beautiful New Zealand woods, the first prize
containing 1836 pieces. They are on view at Mr
: Thomas Leslie Flaus & Alice BARTRUM mar . 24 May 1901 at
House of Mr F.B.Lane, Rangiora. Ages: 39/37, widower 1 February
1900/spinster, occ: carpenter, born: Shetland, U.K./Rangiora;
parents: Robert & Christina Flaus, nee CHEYNE, carpenter. George
Stothart & Sarah Bartrum, nee PURSEY, gentleman. Witness: Rose
Emily Ayers, Rangiora, dressmaker, Phillip Davis Mansell,
August 1907 GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. LOST POLICY.
EVIDENCE having been supplied of the loss or destruction of Policy
numbered 91244 in the books of this Department, on the life of
THOMAS LESLIE FLAUS, of Christchurch, Commercial Traveller, I hereby
give notice of my intention to issue a copy to take the place
thereof on the 20th day of August, 1907, unless objection be lodged
before that date. J. H. RICHARDSON. Government Insurance
Commissioner. Wellington, August 23rd; 1907.
Roll 1908 - Christchurch North: FLAUS, Thomas Leslie, 242 Durham
St., commercial traveller.
Star, 3 Sep 1901: Thomas
Leslie Flaus purchased a bicycle on time paymients.
Christchurch, Electors Roll 1911 - FLAUS, Thomas L., Commission
agent, ratepayer, Durham St,
Living at 682 Colombo Street, Christchurch,
Roll, Christchurch North 1919 - FLAUS, Thomas Leslie, 112Wairarapa
Tce, com. traveller.
Christchurch Electors Roll 1929: FLAUS,Thomas Leslie, St Albans
District, Architect, ratepayer, 61 StAndrews Square,own
Post, 4 July 1938: DEATH . Admitted to the Christchurch Public
Hospital on June 20 after a collision in Papanui between a bicycle
he was riding and a motor-car, Thomas Leslie Flaus, aged 77,
builder, of 57 St. Andrew's Square, died at 8.15 o'clock on Saturday
evening. An inquest was opened and adjourned.
Press ; 4
Jul 1938: DEATH: FLAUS - On 2 Jul 1938 at Christchurch, Thomas
Leslie loved husband of Alice FLAUS, St Andrews Square, Papanui,
aged 75 years. (Late Shetland Islands). (Result of an
The funeral of the late Thomas Leslie FLAUS will leave his residence
57 St Andrews Square, Papanui,, This Day (Monday) July 4 at 3:15 pm
for Bromley Cemetery. Lamb and Hayward Ltd. Src:
CYCLIST'S DEATH - CORONER'S FINDING AT INQUEST
received when he was run into and knocked over by a motor car in
Norman's road were found to have contributed to the death of Thomas
Leslie Flaus, aged 75, at the inquest into his death before the
Coroner,Mr E. C. Levvey, yesterday. Mr F. W. Johnston appeared for
William Thomas Murray, driver of the car involved in the accident;
and Mr G. T. Weston for the relatives of Flaus.
was that Flaus died in Christchurch on July 21, 1938, and that the
cause of death was toxaemia from septic inflammation of the arm
following abrasions of the skin; the injuries being received on June
20 when Flaus was riding his bicycle along Norman's road and was run
into and knocked over by a motor car owned and driven by William
Murray said in evidence that he was driving
into the city at 7.40 a.m. on the morning of the accident, and that
the sun was in his eyes. He was surprised when the car struck the
cyclist, as he had previously observed the cyclist to be well to the
left side of the road. The accident had taken place some distance
from the curb. He believed that the cyclist had borne over to the
singing was in demand and she supported her church giving song
Press, 20 Dec 1921: RECITAL OF CHRISTMAS MUSIC.
Knox Church a programme of Christmas music was
given by the choir under the direction of Mr Parcell Webb. Four
carols wer» given: "See in Yonder Manger (Goss) , the solo being
tastefully sung by Mrs T. L.