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GALLOWAY of Pauatahanui

David and Ann (nee McEWEN) GALLOWAY

Of Pauatahanui near Wellington

(see McEWEN page for more on Ann McEWEN's family)

David's grandfather

1. JOHN1 BARNET died Bef. 1819.

Child of JOHN BARNET is:

2. i. MARY2 BARNET.

David's mother

2. MARY2 BARNET (JOHN1).

Notes for MARY BARNET:

1840 census of Forteviot, near Forgandenny, Perthshire, Scotland

John BARNETT 65 agricultural labourer

Catherine BARNETT 55

Mary BARNETT 50

All born that county.

Child of MARY BARNET and DAVID GALLOWAY is:

3. i. DAVID3 GALLOWAY, b. Abt. 1818; d. 10 March 1907, Pauatahanui, N Z.

 

David and Ann

3. DAVID3 GALLOWAY (MARY2 BARNET, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1818, and died 10 March 1907 in Pauatahanui, N Z. He married ANN MCEWEN 13 October 1839 in Abbotshall, Fifeshire, Scotland, daughter of ANDREW MCEWEN and AGNES HENDERSON.

Notes for DAVID GALLOWAY:

I am not 100% sure of his christening or parentage - I am assuming he is from Forgandenny. Forgandenny is a small village south of Perth in Scotland.

Forgandenny parish records (film no. 1040353) show that James Drummond was the pastor of the Forgandenny parish, from about 1828. Rev James Drummond was married to a Elizabeth HOGG in 1829 at Forgandenny.

There is a David GALLOWAY born 3 Dec 1818 and baptised at Forgandenny 3 Jan 1819. It reads as follows;

David natural son to David GALLOWAY, late tenant in south Ardargie and Mary BARNET - daughter of the deceased John BARNET, Ardargie. Baptised by John Willison, Mary BARNET, sponsor for her own child.

David and Ann were married at Abbotshall, Fifeshire 17 days before leaving from Glasgow for New Zealand.

Arrived in Wellington on the Bengal Merchant (160 Pass barque) 10 Mar 1840. It had left Glasgow 31 Oct 1839. On the shipping list he is a 20 year old tailor with his 18 year old wife and no children. He is recommended by Rev James Drommond of Forgandenny, Perth. He is accompanied on this journey by his brother in law David McEWEN and his wife Mary (flaxmiller with recommendations from Dundee) and his parents in law Andrew and Agnes McEWEN.

An account by WEBSTER in 'The Immigrants' is a diary of events on board the Bengal Merchant. Flying fish, catching shark and albatross, whale sightings, cockroaches, dirty cooks, a marriage on Christmas day are some of the occurrences on board on the months of journey.

In New Zealand, the anniversary of St. Andrew's Day was commemorated by a picnic held at Glenlyon, Mr William LYON's farm, Pito-one on the 30th Nov 1840. During the day a Scotch thistle seed was sown on the property, and in the evening a celebration was held at Barrett's Hotel, when Mr George HUNTER presided. (extract from Early Wellington;L E Ward). Being Scottish I am sure the McEWENs

and GALLOWAYs were in attendance.

In 1846 the military road between Wellington and Porirua began under instructions of Governor Grey.(over the Haywards). This shortened the journey to Porirua and Pauatahanui from Wellington considerably. This paved the way to new land subdivisions.

On 1 April 1847 a new agreement (over the New Zealand Company ill considered agreements) was signed at Porirua by ten Maori leaders. Boundaries were redefined, further payment made to the Maori owners and a substantial area set aside as 'Native Reserve'. The settlers could now move onto their

land.

I have a copy of 'Account of an Expedition from Pahatanui (sic) to the Upper Hutt address to the Engineer of Road' dated January 1857, by David McEWEN.

David McEwen is accompanied by David GALLOWAY and one of his sons. The report gives a description of the three day walking trek from Horokiwi stream to the Hutt.

N Z Spectator 30 Mar 1859;

'Crown Grants ready to issue - 1368 David GALLOWAY, 40 acres, Pauatahanui.'

Member of the Porirua Political Electoral Roll 1865 - 69. One of the three elected from six candidates as member of the newly formed Porirua electorate. (see Tawa Rd...). He was the member for Porirua district of the Wellington Provincial Council from 5/5/1865 to 1/5/1869. The Porirua District included

Pauatahanui. During that time he was on the on Ngahuranga Road Committee in 1868 to 1869.

He was on Electoral Rolls at that time, 1869-70, as standing for Belmont, Lower Hutt. Freehold land and house

Spent his last years a his daughter and son and laws George and Annie TAYLOR. Their granddaughter Elsie (nee TAYLOR) HARRIS nee TAYLOR remembers him putting on his Tam-o-shanter and saying - 'Aye, now I'm back in Bonnie Scotland'

Buried with his wife Ann in Pauatahanui cemetery. Gravestone inscription reads;

Although their chairs are empty now

and our loved ones are no more

What blessed comfort tis to know

We'll meet on the golden shore

Then bear with trials as they come

They may be for the best

Our parents happier are than we

For thay are now at rest

There is an obituary in the Evening Post - Wed Mar 13 1907 - reads as follows;

'Mr. David Galloway, whose death in his 89th year occurred on Monday last was one of Wellington's earliest settlers, having landed at Petone in 1840. He resided in the Hutt Valley for some twelve years and then went to the Pahautanui district, where he spent the rest of his life. For a period of ten years Mr.

Galloway, who went in for farming, represented the Porirua district in the Wellington Provincial Council with the late Mr. Brandon; he was a member of the Hutt Highway Board (which became the County Council), and acted for many years as a Maori interpreter. Mr. Galloway leaves nine children, seventy

grandchildren, and twenty great grandchildren. Of his five sons, four are farmers at Pahautanui, and another is a farmer in Woodville, and the daughters are Mrs. Samson (Sandon), Mrs. G. H. Taylor (Pahautanui), and Mrs. W. Taylor (Petone).'

N.B. Te town Sandon changed its name smewhere around 1910 to Sanson.

 

More About DAVID GALLOWAY:

Buried: Pauatahanui, N Z

Christened: 3 January 1819, Forgandenny, Perthshire, Scotland

Children of DAVID GALLOWAY and ANN MCEWEN are:

4. i. AGNES4 GALLOWAY, b. 27 June 1840, New Zealand; d. 15 August 1873, Rangitikei River, New Zealand.

5. ii. MARY 'JUDY' GALLOWAY, b. 17 September 1842, Petone, New Zealand; d. 1931, Hutt, New Zealand.

6. iii. MARGARET GALLOWAY, b. 28 September 1844, Lower Hutt, New Zealand; d. 25 February 1924, Her Home, Sanson, New Zealand.

7. iv. JOHN GALLOWAY, b. 1846, Hutt, N Z; d. 30 December 1925, Maharahara, New Zealand.

v. JAMES GALLOWAY, b. 1850.

8. vi. ANNE 'ANNIE' GALLOWAY, b. 2 October 1852, Belmont, New Zealand; d. 9 December 1932, New Zealand.

9. vii. DAVID GALLOWAY, b. Abt. 1855, Pauatahanui, New Zealand; d. 24 June 1911, Porirua Hospital, Porirua, New Zealand.

10. viii. CATHERINE 'KATE' GALLOWAY, b. 1855, New Zealand; d. 7 May 1931, Petone, New Zealand.

11. ix. WILLIAM GALLOWAY, b. 28 December 1857, Lower Hutt, N Z; d. 28 April 1920, Pauatahanui, N Z.

12. x. GEORGE GALLOWAY, b. Abt. 1859, Pauatahanui, New Zealand; d. 2 April 1920, Judgeford, Pauatahanui, New Zealand.

13. xi. HENRY 'HARRY' GALLOWAY, b. 10 May 1861, Pauatahanui, New Zealand; d. 8 October 1947, Hutt, New Zealand.

14. xii. DANIEL 'DAN' GALLOWAY, b. 1864, New Zealand; d. 1931, New Zealand.

 

David and Anns Children and their families

4. AGNES4 GALLOWAY (DAVID3, MARY2 BARNET, JOHN1) was born 27 June 1840 in New Zealand, and died 15 August 1873 in Rangitikei River, New Zealand. She married WILLIAM SANSOM/N 19 May 1857 in Free Manse Church, Hutt, N Z, son of ROBERT SANSOM/N and ANN LUCAS.

Notes for AGNES GALLOWAY:

Have a copy of birth entry under 1840 Book 3 61 for Agnes GALLOWAY. Entered on 30th August 1840 as; Daughter of David Galloway, formerly of Fifeshire and Ann MacEwen also of Fifeshire; spouses, Born 27 June 1840. With Mr Lukie and Dr Tod.

Drowned while crossing the Rangitikei River at Bulls. The body was never found. Another account gives the date as 15 January 1878. This account reads as follows;

'William and Agnes were returning home from church. There had been a flash flood and the river was running high. He told his wife to wait while he rode into test the ford. Her horse followed and stepped into a hole and stumbled. Her infant was thrown into the water. She tried to save him and they were both

swept away. The horse was found two miles down stream. This was at a place called Paramanui. (John Lobb had said there was an island here - but with the change of the river the island no longer exists).

More About WILLIAM SANSOM/N:

Buried: Waihi Cemetery, Normanby?, N Z

Christened: 5 January 1834, Lyme Regis, Dorset

Children of AGNES GALLOWAY and WILLIAM SANSOM/N are:

i. DAVID ALBERT5 SANSON, b. 1858; d. 15 June 1882, Halcolme, N Z; m. EMMA MATILDA FRANCIS,

Notes for DAVID ALBERT SANSON:

Killed in a bush felling accident at Halcolme.

ii. MARGARET SANSON, b. 21 February 1860, Hutt, N Z (Source: Ronald Hermon.); m. (2) CARL 'CHARLES' JOHAN 'JOHN' OLSEN, 1880.

iii. MARY NEISH SANSON/M, b. 22 March 1862, Hutt, N Z (Source: Birth Record.); d. 30 November 1933, Karere, Palmerston North, New Zealand; m. ALEXANDER MCHARDIE, 28 November 1883, Sanson, N Z.

iv. ANNIE SANSON, b. 1865, Pauatahanui, New Zealand; d. 3 January 1938, Karere, Palmerston North, New Zealand; m. (2) JOHN MCEWEN, 3 February 1882, Rev James Paterson, Presbyterian, Wellington, N Z.

v. AGNES SANSON/M, b. 19 October 1866, Rangatikei, N Z; d. 1866.

vi. WILLIAM CALLIOPE SANSON, b. 1868; d. 14 September 1886, William Sanson's home, Dalziell Rd, Te Roti, N Z (Source: Inquest into death.).

Notes for WILLIAM CALLIOPE SANSON:

Bushman of Te Roti (near Hawera).

vii. ALEXANDER JAMES SANSON, b. 2 July 1870, Bulls, Rangiteiki, N Z; d. 13 April 1943; m. JULIA CLARK, 29 September 1895, Palmerston North, N Z.

viii. THOMAS ALFRED SANSON, b. 1872, Rangitikei, N Z; d. 15 January 1873.

 

5. MARY 'JUDY'4 GALLOWAY (DAVID3, MARY2 BARNET, JOHN1) was born 17 September 1842 in Petone, New Zealand, and died 1931 in Hutt, New Zealand. She married DAVID COOK 22 August 1861 in David GALLOWAY's, Lower Hutt, N Z, son of MATTHEW COOK and JEAN MCFARLANE.

Notes for MARY 'JUDY' GALLOWAY:

Married at father's home in Lower Hutt. Mary was under age while David COOK

was full age. Witnesses were Margaret SANSON and Thomas SANSON.

Notes for DAVID COOK:

Arrived in N Z after his parents and siblings in 1842 on board the 'Brett'.

Had a timbermill in Petone that made wooden studs.

In will left 40 acres at Pauatahanui, value in 1881 of 300 pounds.

Children of MARY GALLOWAY and DAVID COOK are:

i. AMY5 COOK.

ii. EMILY 'EMMA' JANE COOK, b. Abt. 1863; d. 26 January 1944; m. (2) WILLIAM BLACKEY, 1885.

iii. JAMES 'JIM' HENRY COOK, b. 24 July 1865; d. 4 September 1931; m. (1) SARAH 'SIS' HARRIS, 30 January 1894; m. (2) LAVINIA JANE MONK, 4 January 1900.

iv. ANN COOK, b. 1866; d. 1903; m. CHARLES NELSON HODDER, 1897.

Lived in Christchurch

v. WILLIAM COOK, b. 1867; d. 19 January 1915; m. LOUISA JUDGE, 1893.

vi. AGNES COOK, b. 27 September 1870 (Source: school Admissions (NZSG CD).); d. 8 July 1912; m. LEONARD FRANK PEARCE, 1895.

vii. ALBERT 'BERT' COOK, b. 1872; d. 5 November 1930.

viii. ALFRED 'ALF' COOK, b. 7 January 1875, Judgeford, Pauatahanui, New Zealand (Source: school Admissions (NZSG CD).); d. 15 August 1945, Wellington Hospital, Wellington, N Z (Source: Death cert 945.); m. ALICE MAY GALLOWAY, 10 February 1915, St Peters Church, Willis St, Wellington, N Z (Source: Bride and Groom matching - NZSG.).

Notes for ALFRED 'ALF' COOK:

After Boer War as choosen and acted as Edward II bodyguardmen, along with Charles STUART from the Pauatahanui area (School Jubilee booklet).

 

ix. WINIFRED 'WIN' MARY COOK, b. 7 June 1881 (Source: school Admissions (NZSG CD).); d. 1932 (Source: Burial Records, NZSG Index.); m. WILLIAM HOUSLEY PRESSWOOD, 1911.

 

6. MARGARET4 GALLOWAY (DAVID3, MARY2 BARNET, JOHN1) was born 28 September 1844 in Lower Hutt, New Zealand, and died 25 February 1924 in Her Home, Sanson, New Zealand. She married THOMAS SANSON 24 December 1860 in Pauatahanui, N Z, son of ROBERT SANSOM/N and ANN LUCAS.

Notes for MARGARET GALLOWAY:

Death notice in Feb 26 1925, Manawatu Evening Chronicle - On February 25th 1924, at her residence Sanson, Margaret, relict of the late Thomas Sanson; aged 80 years.

The obituary the next day read;

The death of Mrs Thomas Sanson which took place at Sanson yesterday, marks the severance of one of the links with the early days of the district. Born at Tahunanui 80 years ago, the deceased lady went to the Sanson district in company with her husband some 60 years ago and followed farming pursuits. Mr

Sanson predeceased his wife 20 years ago and following his death Mrs Sanson removed to the township where she had since resided. A lady of sterling qualities, she was widely known throughout the district and her passing will be sincerely regretted by a large circle of friends. There are left to mourn their loss a family of one daughter and seven sons. The members are; Mrs James Harris (Sanson), Messrs Robert, Alfred, Thomas and John (Sanson), David (Taumaranui), Samuel and George (Waikato).

More About MARGARET GALLOWAY:

Buried: 27 February 1924, Sanson, New Zealand

Notes for THOMAS SANSON:

Another family history has his birth date as 11 May 1839

Arrived in Wellington on the Tyne, 9th August 1841 with parents

More About THOMAS SANSON:

Buried: 18 May 1901, Sanson, N Z

Children of MARGARET GALLOWAY and THOMAS SANSON are:

i. MARY ANN5 SANSON, b. 7 October 1860, Wellington, N Z; d. 24 September 1880; m. HENRY SAINSBURY, 5 April 1879, Sandon.

ii. ROBERT THOMAS SANSON, b. 10 August 1863, The Hutt, N Z; d. 21 February 1926; m. EMILY ROSINA HINKLEY, 1891.

iii. DAVID GALLOWAY SANSON, b. 21 September 1865, Rangitikei, N Z; d. 5 July 1955, Turaki St, Taumarunui, N Z; m. (1) CAROLINE BURNE, 19 April 1892, Thomas Sanson's Residence, Rongotea, N Z; m. (2) IDA BESSIE ELLERY, 20 June 1894, Presbyterian Church, Bulls.

iv. SAMUEL JAMES SANSON, b. 11 September 1867, Sanson, Rangitikei, N Z; d. 28 May 1938, Palmerston North, N Z; m. (1) ISOBEL MARY VARNHAM KNIGHT, 21 February 1895, All Saints Church, Palmerston North, N Z; m. (2) ISOBELLA 'BELLA' BENNETT, 28 April 1913.

Notes for SAMUEL JAMES SANSON:

Occupation Bootmaker and farmer at Kiokio

v. MARGARET'LIZZIE' ELIZABETH SANSON, b. 31 July 1869, Sandon, Rangitikei, NZ; d. 30 August 1943; m. JAMES HARRIS, 3 August 1887, Sanson, N Z.

vi. ALFRED HENRY SANSON, b. 21 July 1871, Sanden, Rangitikei, N Z; d. 21 July 1955, Palmerston North, N Z; m. ROSINA CAROLINE GRANTHAM, 13 January 1897, St Thomas, Church of England,

vii. AGNES KATE LAURA SANSON, b. 13 December 1872, Foxton, Rangatikei, N Z; d. 18 March 1919; m. HERBERT ISAAC MARSH, 1894.

viii. THOMAS SANSON, b. 21 September 1875, Sanden, Lower Rangitikei, N Z; d. 26 September 1943, Palmerston North Public Hospital, Palmerston North, N Z; m. (1) MARTHA ELIZABETH GARNETT, 1897, Bulls, N Z; m. (2) ANNIE SIGNEL, 26 February 1926, Sanson, Manawatu, N Z.

ix. SARAH ELLEN SANSON, b. 31 December 1879, Foxton, Rangatikei, N Z; d. 21 January 1888.

x. 'JACK' JOHN HAROLD SANSON, b. 25 March 1882, Foxton, Rangatikei, N Z; d. 23 March 1949, Rangitikei, N Z; m. JENNY FLORENCE HEGH, 1904.

xi. VIVIAN GEORGE HARLEY SANSON, b. 2 April 1889, Sanson, Manawatu, N Z; m. FULLERTON-SMITH.

 

7. JOHN4 GALLOWAY (DAVID3, MARY2 BARNET, JOHN1) was born 1846 in Hutt, N Z, and died 30 December 1925 in Maharahara, New Zealand. He married ALICE GOLDFINCH 5 November 1870 in St Pauls, Thorndon, Wellington, New Zealand, daughter of GEORGE GOLDFINCH and MARY FUTTER.

Notes for JOHN GALLOWAY:

Most evidence points to John being born 1846 in the Hutt. NOT as Memories of the Past states - at sea. This correlates to age on birth certificates for each child born.

Marriage cert no. 678. John of age, batchelor, farmer. Alice under age, spinster. Solemised by the Rev E H Ewald, St Paul's Parish Church, Thorndon, in presence of G GOLDFINCH (Alice's brother or father?) and Mary Jane PRICE.

In 1885 allocated 316 acres in the Maharahara Survey District Block II.

Came from Judgeford, Pauatahanui in 1889 to take up land on Coppermine Rd, Maharahara West.

More About JOHN GALLOWAY:

Buried: 1 January 1926, Mangatera, Dannevirke, New Zealand

More About ALICE GOLDFINCH:

Buried: 7 June 1929, Mangatera, Dannevirke, N Z

Children of JOHN GALLOWAY and ALICE GOLDFINCH are:

i. JAMES5 GALLOWAY, b. 18 September 1871, Pauatahanui, N Z; d. 9 August 1942, Dannevirke; m. CAROLINE ELIZABETH THOMPSON, 9 March 1892, Ashurst, Manawatu, N Z.

ii. ALICE GALLOWAY, b. 12 September 1872, Pauatahanui, N Z; d. 3 August 1901, Dannevirke; m. ALFRED 'ALF' GEORGE MONK, 1894.

iii. MARY ANN GALLOWAY, b. 22 January 1874, Pauatahanui, N Z; d. 23 July 1903, Woodville, N Z; m. MICHAEL 'MICK' LAMBERT/LUPANE, 1891.

More About MICHAEL 'MICK' LAMBERT/LUPANE:

Buried: 3 June 1912, Holy Name Cem., Jersey City, Grave R5 95-96

iv. DAVID GALLOWAY, b. 23 January 1876, Pauatahanui, N Z; d. 9 April 1951, Palmerston North, N Z; m. JOSEPHINE MARGARET COSGROVE, 1903.

Notes for DAVID GALLOWAY:

Farmed in the Coppermine Rd area, Maharahara West, near Woodville.

v. ARTHUR GALLOWAY, b. 27 June 1877, Pauatahanui, N Z; d. 27 May 1955, Dannevirke, N Z; m. KATHERINE MAY EDGECOMBE, 1926.

vi. ALEXANDER GALLOWAY, b. 15 March 1879, Targuatu St, Wellington, N Z; d. June 1953, Dannevirke, N Z; m. MARIA GRAHAM, 1911.

vii. HAROLD GALLOWAY, b. 1880, Wellington Dist., N Z; d. 1883, Wellington Dist., N Z.

Notes for HAROLD GALLOWAY:

Died of Diphtheria.

viii. JOHN 'DOUGLAS' GALLOWAY, b. 1883, Wellington Dist., N Z; d. 30 May 1925, Mangatera, Dannevirke, N Z; m. BESSIE ADA BURLACE, 1909.

8. ANNE 'ANNIE'4 GALLOWAY (DAVID3, MARY2 BARNET, JOHN1) was born 2 October 1852 in Belmont, New Zealand (Source: IGI Ancestry file.), and died 9 December 1932 in New Zealand. She married GEORGE HENRY TAYLOR 1872, son of FRANCIS TAYLOR and SOPHIA CORBETT.

Notes for ANNE 'ANNIE' GALLOWAY:

More About ANNE 'ANNIE' GALLOWAY:

Buried: St Albans Anglican Cemetery, Pauatahanui, New Zealand

Notes for GEORGE HENRY TAYLOR:

More About GEORGE HENRY TAYLOR:

Buried: St Albans Anglican Cemetery, Pauatahanui, New Zealand

Christened: 16 December 1855, St James, Handsworth, Warwickshire, England

Children of ANNE GALLOWAY and GEORGE TAYLOR are:

i. FRANCIS DAVID5 TAYLOR, b. 12 April 1873, Porirua, New Zealand; d. 9 May 1943, New Zealand (Source: Pauatahanui Cemetery Listings.); m. ALICE JONES, 22 August 1900, Wellington, N Z.

More About FRANCIS DAVID TAYLOR:

Buried: St Albans Anglican Church, Pauatahanui, New Zealand

More About ALICE JONES:

Buried: St Albans Anglican Church Cemetery, Pauatahanui, N Z

ii. MIRIAM ELIZABETH TAYLOR, b. 26 November 1874, New Zealand; d. 1 August 1952, New Zealand; m. ARTHUR WELLESLEY JONES, 30 January 1901, Pauatahanui, N Z.

iii. EMMA SARAH ANN TAYLOR, b. 1876, New Zealand; d. 9 January 1931, New Zealand; m. WILLIAM HENRY BARROW, 1898.

iv. CLARA BELLE TAYLOR, b. 17 September 1879; d. 23 November 1940; m. HARRY MILLER FINLAYSON, 14 January 1913.

(Note: the above JONES and BARROW are related to each other and were Pauatahanui families)

9. DAVID4 GALLOWAY (DAVID3, MARY2 BARNET, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1855 in Pauatahanui, New Zealand (Source: Daughter's birth certificate.), and died 24 June 1911 in Porirua Hospital, Porirua, New Zealand. He married ELLEN 'NELLIE' GASKIN 28 January 1874 in W McEWEN's, Pipitea St, Wellington, N Z, daughter of MATTHEW GASKIN and SUSAN DAYSH.

Notes for DAVID GALLOWAY:

Stated as farmer on marriage cert. and a bachelor. Married at residence of W McEwen - Pipitea St. There is no W McEWEN on 1874, 75/76 or 76/77 electoral rolls. there is only James of the Hutt who has a house and land as part of Todd's grant on Thorndon Quay and Peter who has a household on Thorndon Quay.

Witnesses were Sarah McEWEN, Fanny GASKIN (Both of Mulgrave St) and Jane Aitken (John St). Fanny is Ellen's sister who married a BOWATER and had six children. Sarah is either nee EMENs, wife of Henry or more likely Sarah nee DAYSH, wife of Peter Couper and aunty to Ellen and Fanny. John St is out in Newtown and a William AITKEN is on the Electoral Rolls as John St, Freehold, part of town acre 533, house.

More About DAVID GALLOWAY:

Buried: 27 June 1911, Pauatahanui Ceme, Pauatahanui, New Zealand

Notes for ELLEN 'NELLIE' GASKIN:

1893 Womens Suffrage Electoral Roll - Coromandel St, City of Wellington, married woman

Child of DAVID GALLOWAY and ELLEN GASKIN is:

i. ALICE MAY5 GALLOWAY, b. 26 November 1883, Constable St, Wellington, N Z; d. Bef. 1945; m. ALFRED 'ALF' COOK, 10 February 1915, St Peters Church, Willis St, Wellington, N Z (Source: Bride and Groom matching - NZSG.).

 

10. CATHERINE 'KATE'4 GALLOWAY (DAVID3, MARY2 BARNET, JOHN1) was born 1855 in New Zealand, and died 7 May 1931 in Petone, New Zealand. She married WILLIAM TAYLOR 1 July 1875 in St Johns, Johnsonville, Porirua Rd, N Z, son of FRANCIS TAYLOR and SOPHIA CORBETT.

More About CATHERINE 'KATE' GALLOWAY:

Buried: Pauatahanui Ceme, Pauatahanui, New Zealand

Notes for WILLIAM TAYLOR:

When he married in 1875 he states he is a farmer.

Witnesses at marriage were Frederick Taylor, living in Porirua Rd, Farmer and

William Galloway, Pauatahanui, labourer.

More About WILLIAM TAYLOR:

Buried: Pauatahanui Ceme, Pauatahanui, New Zealand

Christened: 16 December 1855, St James, Handsworth, Warwickshire, England

Children of CATHERINE GALLOWAY and WILLIAM TAYLOR are:

i. ADA ALICE5 TAYLOR, b. 30 September 1876, Wellington, N Z; m. THOMAS 'TOM' JOHN NUTTALL, 1905.

ii. 'HERB' HERBERT WILLIAM PERCIVAL TAYLOR, b. 31 October 1879, Wellington, N Z; d. 28 May 1956, Judgeford, N Z; m. (1) EMMA ISABELLA STEVENS, 29 May 1907; m. (2) EMILY 'MAY' STEVENS, 8 October 1917.

iii. BERNICE 'BLANCHE' TAYLOR, b. 1886, Wellington, N Z; m. JAMES RICHARD 'DICK' SWAYSLAND, 1914.

iv. INEZ OLIVE TAYLOR, b. 5 July 1895; m. HEMMINGSON.

11. WILLIAM4 GALLOWAY (DAVID3, MARY2 BARNET, JOHN1) was born 28 December 1857 in Lower Hutt, N Z, and died 28 April 1920 in Pauatahanui, N Z. He married EMMA SARAH ANN TAYLOR 1878 in New Zealand, daughter of FRANCIS TAYLOR and SOPHIA CORBETT.

Notes for WILLIAM GALLOWAY:

Councillor

Instrumental in getting the Plimmerton to Pauatahanui Bridge and Upper Hutt to Moonshine Bridge.

Died in the influenza epidemic of 1918 (also known as the Spanish flu)

More About EMMA SARAH ANN TAYLOR:

Buried: 28 November 1918

Christened: 17 September 1856, St James, Handsworth, Staffordshire, England

Children of WILLIAM GALLOWAY and EMMA TAYLOR are:

ii. WILLIAM DAVID GALLOWAY, b. 31 March 1879, New Zealand; d. 2 December 1918; m. ELLEN LINSELL, 1902, Upper Hutt (Source: IGI Ancestry file.).

iii. FLORENCE 'FLORRIE' JANE CORBETT GALLOWAY, b. 15 July 1880, New Zealand (Source: school Admissions (NZSG CD).); d. Abt. 1928; m. GEORGE PHILP, 1903.

Moved to Huntly in about 1927 as the climate was supposed to be better for her. She had cancer, of which she died around 1928. The children were split up amongst relations.

iv. STANLEY 'STAN' FRANCIS GALLOWAY, b. 25 October 1881, New Zealand (Source: school Admissions (NZSG CD).); d. 1936; m. MARTHA PHILP, 1903.

v. MARION 'MARY' ANNIE LOUISA GALLOWAY, b. 2 October 1883, New Zealand (Source: school Admissions (NZSG CD).); m. HORACE CHARLES HARRIS, 29 June 1904, St Johns Manse, Wellington, New Zealand.

vi. MAUDE ALICE GALLOWAY, b. September 1887, New Zealand; d. 1965, Wellington, N Z; m. JAMES 'JIM' GESTRO, 1904.

Maude and Jim's family grew up in Paremata

vii. 'BEAT'RICE CATHERINE GALLOWAY, b. 5 April 1889 (Source: school Admissions (NZSG CD).); d. 15 February 1972 (Source: Palmerston North Cemetery Records online.); m. 'KERE' AREKATERA CARTER.

viii. BERTIE MCEWEN GALLOWAY, b. 27 October 1890, New Zealand (Source: school Admissions (NZSG CD).); d. 14 December 1945, Feilding, N Z (Source: Palmerston North Cemetery Records online.); m. DOROTHY 'PEARL' PRATT, 1913.

ix. IVY MARTIN GALLOWAY, b. 22 October 1891, Pauatahanui, N Z (Source: Birth Certificate.); d. 20 January 1983, Levin, New Zealand; m. GEORGE 'DAVE' DAVID SAUNDERS HARRIS, 2 November 1910, Wellington, N Z.

x. ADA 'MAG'GIE GALLOWAY, b. 22 February 1894, New Zealand; d. 11 August 1988, Palmerston North, New Zealand; m. (1) OBORN; m. (2) GEORGE BURNETT.

xi. JOHN 'MED' MEREDITH GALLOWAY, b. 5 September 1895, New Zealand (Source: school Admissions (NZSG CD).); d. 12 September 1973, Mako Mako Rd, Levin, New Zealand; m. IRENE 'RENE' SABINA HYNE, 1921.

 

12. GEORGE4 GALLOWAY (DAVID3, MARY2 BARNET, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1859 in Pauatahanui, New Zealand, and died 2 April 1920 in Judgeford, Pauatahanui, New Zealand (Source: Probate of George Galloway.). He married PRUDENCE'MILLIE' AMELIA HELLEN 1880.

More About GEORGE GALLOWAY:

Buried: Pauatahanui Ceme, Pauatahanui, New Zealand

More About PRUDENCE'MILLIE' AMELIA HELLEN:

Buried: Pauatahanui Ceme, Pauatahanui, New Zealand

Children of GEORGE GALLOWAY and PRUDENCE'MILLIE' HELLEN are:

i. MABEL ROSE LOUISA5 GALLOWAY, d. 20 July 1953, N Z; m. ARTHUR CROWE, 24 June 1903 (Source: Family Bible Harry and Ruth Galloways.).

 

ii. ANNIE IDA GALLOWAY, b. 1884, Pauatahanui; d. 3 December 1959, Pauatahanui, N Z; m. HERBERT JAMES ROBERTSON, 1912.

iii. GLADYS 'GLAD' GALLOWAY, b. 17 February 1887 (Source: Pauatahanui Cemetery Listings.); d. 7 November 1946 (Source: Pauatahanui Cemetery Listings.); m. DAN O'CONNELL, 1922.

iv. GEORGE 'SONNY' HENRY GALLOWAY, b. 1889; d. 10 March 1948, Pauatahanui, N Z.

v. OLIVE 'MILLIE' AMELIA GALLOWAY, b. 1891; d. Foxton, N Z; m. THOMAS EDWARD IGGULDEN, 1913.

vi. ERNEST 'ERNIE' DAVID GALLOWAY, b. 1895; d. 3 May 1978; m. CECILY AGNES BRADEY, 1918.

 

13. HENRY 'HARRY'4 GALLOWAY (DAVID3, MARY2 BARNET, JOHN1) was born 10 May 1861 in Pauatahanui, New Zealand (Source: Ron Galloway.), and died 8 October 1947 in Hutt, New Zealand. He married RUTH GOLDFINCH 26 January 1885 in Registrar's Office, Palmerston North, N Z, daughter of GEORGE GOLDFINCH and MARY FUTTER.

Marriage certificate (80/300, 1885) states that he was residing in Kairanga

of full age. Witnesses were Tho. N McEWEN, farmer Karere (Thomas Neich McEWEN

is a cousin to Harry) and Adolph Goldfinch, farmer (Ruth's uncle)

More About HENRY 'HARRY' GALLOWAY:

Buried: Pauatahanui Ceme, Pauatahanui, New Zealand

More About RUTH GOLDFINCH:

Buried: 4 December 1931, Pauatahanui Ceme, Pauatahanui, New Zealand

Children of HENRY GALLOWAY and RUTH GOLDFINCH are:

i. 'JACK' ERNEST JOHN5 GOLDFINCH (Source: family Bible.), b. 24 July 1884, Taonui, N Z; d. 1966, Australia; m. CORRIE, 5 September 1938.

 

ii. HENRY 'RON' RONALD GALLOWAY (Source: family Bible.), b. 8 November 1885, Kairanga, N Z; d. 31 May 1967, Tauranga, N Z; m. LILY GORDON, 1 November 1911 (Source: Family Bible Harry and Ruth Galloways.).

iii. GRACE GALLOWAY (Source: family Bible.), b. 12 July 1887, Palmerston North, N Z; d. 30 May 1946; m. RICHARD YOUNG, 29 October 1913 (Source: Family Bible Harry and Ruth Galloways.).

 

iv. EVA ETHEL GALLOWAY (Source: family Bible.), b. 11 September 1889, Wellington Dist, N Z; d. 17 August 1960, Matamata, N Z; m. JOSEPH 'SOUTHERN SOUTHERN HANDLEY, September 1908 (Source: Family Bible Harry and Ruth Galloways.).

v. WINIFRED 'WINNIE EVELYNE GALLOWAY, b. 21 August 1893, Wellington Dist, N Z; d. 1 October 1979, Porirua Hospital, Porirua, N Z; m. EDWARD CHARLES ELTON, 29 March 1918, Paraparaumu, N Z (Source: Family Bible Harry and Ruth Galloways.).

vi. MILDRED 'JEAN' GALLOWAY (Source: family Bible.), b. 4 July 1901, Wellington Dist., N Z; d. 14 December 1901.

vii. EDITH 'LINDA' LINDA JEAN GALLOWAY, b. 26 October 1904, Wellington Dist, N Z; d. 8 May 1985, Rotorua; m. (1) HEWEY PARKER; m. (2) ARTHUR GERARD SCHAEF, 1924; m. (3) WILLIAM JAMES DAVIDSON JACK, 1963, Rotorua, N Z.

viii. GORDON 'WALLY' WALLACE GALLOWAY (Source: family Bible.), b. 15 June 1906, Pauatahanui, Wellington, N Z; d. 2 September 1982, Judgeford, N Z; m. JOYCE ELIZABETH ORAMS, 27 January 1945.

14. DANIEL 'DAN'4 GALLOWAY (DAVID3, MARY2 BARNET, JOHN1) was born 1864 in New Zealand, and died 1931 in New Zealand. He married MARY ANN THERESA REARDON 1887.

Cross - ILMO Mary Anne GALLOWAY, BLO Daniel GALLOWAY c 3 Mar 1941also their beloved daughter Ida Mary McKOWEN loving wife of James d 14 dec 1974. RIP (NZSG Index, 1999, CDRom)

Children of DANIEL GALLOWAY and MARY REARDON are:

i. WALTER JOHN5 GALLOWAY, b. 1888; d. 1957; m. JUDITH JANE BURKE, 1913.

 

ii. IDA MARY GALLOWAY, b. 1894; d. 1974 (Source: Karori Mon.); m. JAMES MCKEOWEN, 1923.

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