Roe Family Tree

Genealogy of the Roe and affiliated by marriage families.


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2801 WBB 8 ROCHE, Frank Charles (I613)
2802 We laid Poppa Paul to rest today, together with the ashes of his late wife Kay.
Over the winter he gradually lost appetite, energy and weight with no obvious medical explanation, his health lead to a short hospital stay for further tests.
He was diagnosed on Wednesday 23rd with an ultrasound to have liver and pancreatic cancer.
We were advised he had a "short month".
By grace however, he suffered no agonising pain that this cancer usually brings, and after being told the news with his family all around him on Thursday, he went peacefully and quickly 5.30am on his son Bryan Smith's birthday, Friday 25th August 2017, aged 84.
Never to be forgotten, rest in peace Poppa XxOo 
SMITH, Paul Edward Seymour (I113)
2803 Wedding Witness: Joseph Carrol, Blackwater, Riverton and Eliza Jane Eveleigh, Riverton. Rev D K Fisher. Family F127
2804 When Bob came to Karamea to teach in 1912 he brought the game of rugby with him, played football with all the other young men in the valley, and was briefly Karamea?s only All Black, about 1923 TUNNICLIFF, Robert Graham (I1923)
2805 WILFONG, George Herbert -- At the Kitchener-Waterloo Hospital, on Wednesday, January 18, 1978, after a lengthy illness, G. Herbert Wilfong. of 409 Mill St., Kitchener, formerly of Arlington Boulevard, aged 84 years. Mr. Wilfong was born in Doon, son of the late Nelson Wilfong and the former Annie Bowyer. He had been employed at the Doon Twines Ltd, for many years. He is survived by his wife, the former Edith Forbes; by three daughters, Dorothy (Mrs. Veron Rosenberger), of Eden, Ny, and by Margaret (Peggy) (Mrs. Edward Wahl) of Kitchener and Audrey (Mrs. Ron Hube) of Utterson, Ont.; by a son James N. , of Rockwood Mich., and by three brothers Gilbert of Kitchener, Dr. James Wilfong and Reginald of Moose Jaw, Sask., and four sisters, Annie (Mrs. George Ayers) and Nellie (Mrs. Wes Spaetzel), both of Kitchener, Marguerite (Mrs. Emmerson Stange), of Floradale and Doris (Mrs. Russel Tilt) of Richmond Hill; 16 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren also survive; predeceased by a daughter Mrs. Marion Cameron and by two sisters, Mrs. Roxie Bricker and Mrs. Ethel Worden. Friends may call at the Ratz-Bechtel Funeral Home, 621 King St. W., Kitchener, after 7 p.m. tonight. Funeral and committal service in the chapel Saturday at 2 p.m., with Rev Terry Ingram officiating.1a

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 19 Jan 1978 
WILFONG, George Herbert (I2009)
2806 WILFONG, Gilbert R. -- Of 31 Wilfong Drive, Kitchener, at South Waterloo Memorial Hospital, Cambridge, Saturday, September 30, 1978, Gilbert R. Wilfong, beloved husband of the late Daisy Sapsworth, dear father of Gilbert, Douglas, John and Mrs. Gwen Kauk of Kitchener, in his 84th year Mr. Wilfong was born and lived all his life in Doon; self-employed in service station maintenance for a great number of years. A member of the Doon Presbyterian Church; served as an elder for many years. Survived by two brothers Reginald and Dr. James Wilfong Moose Jaw, Sask., and three sisters, Mrs. George (Annie) Ayers and Mrs. Wesley (Nellie) Spaetzel, of Kitchener, Mrs. Emmerson (Marguerite) Stange of Floradale and Mrs. Russel (Doris) Tilt of Richmond Hill; 15 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by one brother, two sisters and one grandchild. Resting at the Barthel-Stager Funeral Home, 566 Wueenston Rd., Cambridge(P) for funeral service in the chapel Monday at 2 p.m. Interment in Doon Cemetery.1a

The Kitchener-Waterloo Record 2 Oct 1978 
WILFONG, Gilbert Roy (I2003)
2807 William & Harriet Winter arrived with their 4 children in the "Bolton" on 15 March 1842 at Nelson. They had sailed on 29 Oct 1841 out of Gravesend.The children were Elizabeth aged 11, Jane aged 9, James aged 7 and George aged 3. WINTER, William (I2912)
2808 William & Harriet Winter arrived with their 4 children in the "Bolton" on 15 March 1842 at Nelson. They had sailed on 29 Oct 1841 out of Gravesend.The children were Elizabeth aged 11, Jane aged 9, James aged 7 and George aged 3. HUNT, Harriet (I2913)
2809 William along with his wife Frances and three children arrived in New Zealand from Gravesend, London leaving on the 19th June 1841 aboard the Ship Gertrude and arriving in Port Nicholson, Wellington on 30th Oct 1841.
Note the Passenger lists of the Gertrude list the families surname as Rowe. There has been a number of times that the families have been listed in some places as Roe and others as Rowe. 
ROE, William (I114)
2810 William Batt arrived in Bluff with his parents on the Adamant on 2 December, 1873 aged 1 (the Batts were listed as Ball on the shipping register) so his year of birth is probably 1872 BATT, William (I398)
2811 William was declared bankrupt in 1929 - Molloy, William Haven - Clinton - Railway Surfaceman (R10079370) Dunedin archives.  MOLLOY, William Haven (I294)
2812 William was described as a retired storeman (Invercargill cemetery records).  MOLLOY, William Arthur (I2130)
2813 William was in Christchurch at the time of his father's death in 1942 (father's obituary vide infra).  MOLLOY, William Haven (I294)
2814 William's will and probates are held in the Christchurch office of New Zealand Archives (Molloy William Haven - Christchurch - Retired Labourer {R21747038}).  MOLLOY, William Haven (I294)
2815 William's younger sister, Louisa, had married Elizabeth's brother Patrick in 1895 (vide infra). BATT, William (I398)
2816 Witnesses were George Bowyer & Charlotte Eliza Pyne Family F301
2817 Witnesses were Hezro Holden & Mrs Matilda Holden Family F239
2818 Witnesses were William Russell & Jane Cork Family F413
2819 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3180)
2820 World War I service - Service No 21991; Occupation before enlistment, butcher; Next of kin on embarkation, H.D. Dawson (father), Woodlands, Southland, New Zealand; Embarkation details - 20 Aug 1916-24 October 1916 to Devonport, Devon, England; HMNZT 63; Vessel was Navua; Private, 16th Reinforcements, Otago Infantry Battalion, D Company; New Zealand Expeditionary Force.
Private G. J. Dawson. Otago regt, 1st NZEF. Private Gordon James Dawson, who was wounded on February 2, left with the machine gun section of the 16th reinforcements in May, 1916. He is 19 years 8 months old, and was born at Featherstone. He is a son of Mr and Mrs H. D. Dawson, of Woodlands, and when he enlisted was employed on his father's farm. He has been a devotee of all kinds of sport, particularly football and cricket. He has been keen in military matters, was a corporal in group 60 Senior Cadets, and was always attentive in regard to military drill, training and shooting. Included amongst his shooting performances is the winning of the Lady Godley cup and medal two years in succession, viz., 1913-14 and 1914-15, and was runner-up in 1915-16. At the group meeting 1914-15 he won the gold medal for champion Senior Cadet shot of Southland and in 1915-16 won the gold medal champion 500 yards match. In a test shooting match at Sling Camp, 10 shots rapid, he scored ten bulls, and was also the holder of a marksman's badge. He is possessed of a genial and lively disposition and was extremely popular with his mates (Southland Times , 20 February 1917, Page 3).
DAWSON, Gordon James (I220)
2821 XIII. J. 2.
PEART, Joseph Norriss (I2221)
2822 [A] Floral Lawn AL-FL*BX*40**11 FRASER, Myrtle Olive Elizabeth (I2893)
2823 [A] Floral Lawn AL-FL*BX*40**11 JOHNSTONE, Albert James (I2892)

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