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WILLIAMSON,
Mona (nee Bennett):
Mona went Home to the place prepared for her by her Lord on September 9th, 2019, aged 90 years. Dearly loved wife of Mark for 68 years. Loved Mum of Lindsay (deceased) and Philippa, Bruce and Ursula, Ruth (deceased), Roger, Yvonne and Neville Gupwell. Proud Gran of Anna and Jem, Sarah and Jonny, Michelle, and Sophie. Great-Gran to darling Toby. A service for Mona will be held at 14th Avenue Gospel Centre, 10 14th Avenue, Tauranga, on Thursday, September 12th, at 1.30pm. In lieu of flowers donations may be left at the service for Mobile Mission Maintenance (MMM). Interment will be at Akatarawa Cemetery, Upper Hutt, on Saturday, September 14th, at 11.00am. 
BENNETT, Mona (I281)
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BULLEN, M.L. (I51)
 
3 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BULLEN, A.N. (I356)
 
4 Alfred Edwards first wife Elizabeth Ann died on 31 August 1903 at St Thomas' Hospital, Greenwich. He later married Nellie Simmons, sister of Elizabeth Ann, the issue of which was two children:

- Doris Beezer born 12/4/1909 who married Thomas W Entiknap the issue of which was 3 children - Michael, Derek and Wendy

- Benjamin Beezer was the son of Alfred Edward Malkin and Nellie Beezer 
BEEZER, Alfred Edward (I78)
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MCMEEKIN, A.H.J. (I40)
 
6 Anne Rich lived with her parents at Anston, and later lived at Raywell, Smithy Woods, High Grounds, Darnall. RICH, Anne (I102)
 
7 Arthur Malkin-I74 was a Barber. John Malkin-I01, finally got to meet with Arthur's son "Jack", John Leonard- in 2004 when his wife Bette visited England and their son Lance took them down to Brighton. As John said "It was lovely to at last meet up with a true relation of the original Malkin family. We also went onto Hastings and met John W Malkin-I187 who had just recently retired from Teaching at the British Army Post in Germany".

As recalled by John Malkin-I04 "In a recent Birthday call to Jack (28/11/04) he told me that his dad had an irregular heart beat, maybe as a result Rheumatic Fever, which is something my father (Edwin-I15), Arthur's brother, also had. 
MALKIN, Arthur (I74)
 
8 Ashes appear to have been placed in the same plot as Thomas' wife Florence May

Record number 17675 
GREEN, Thomas Franklin (I113)
 
9 Ashes laid in the lot of the Hapi family BULLEN 'Chris', Christopher John (I26)
 
10 Benjamin Heath Malkin born 1769 may be a brother of Richard.(From E.Malkins notes) MALKIN, Richard (I84)
 
11 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MALKIN, E.H. (I193)
 
12 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MALKIN, J.W. (I187)
 
13 Billie and Rubie lived at 104 Waldegrave Road, Preston, Brighton. Billie being a Electrical Motor Engineer and when William Derek Davidson was baptised, Billie had died of TB at 8.30am on 18 Oct 1914. He had moved to Cleethorpes (Grimsby) on 6 Sep 1914, brother Ted visiting him on 27 Sep 1914 and his Mother visiting him on 17 Oct 1914. MALKIN 'Billie', William (I75)
 
14 Block 03
Row H
Plot 15 
PARKER, Vera May (I295)
 
15 Block 28
Plot 90 
MONROE, Rubina (I629)
 
16 Block 37
Plot 218 
FALLOON, Rubina Minne (I638)
 
17 Block: 37
Plot: 218 
OWENS, John Edward (I639)
 
18 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LUCKING, T.S. (I389)
 
19 Buried in Block XIII Plot 75 BEEZER 'Ella', Elizabeth Ellen (I80)
 
20 Buried in Row V Plot 28. Edwin was buried 8 days later alongside in plot 29.

Clergy: Rev Orchard 
BEEZER 'Florrie', Florence Esther (I16)
 
21 Buried in Row V Plot 29 Alongside Wife Florence in plot 28

Clergy: Rev Orchard 
MALKIN, Edwin Snr (I15)
 
22 Caroline Turner nee Malkin and Mr Turner lived at Woodhouse, England. TURNER, NN (I96)
 
23 Charles Malkin married twice first to a Miss Anderson and then to a Miss Liston. One of his three daughters was buried on 22 Oct.1910 in Oldcotes (Dads (Ted) spelling) MALKIN, Charles (I88)
 
24 Chris' Dad, Jack is apparently related to my Mum, Florence Esther, through the Simmons side of her family. Chris left England with his parents Jack and Alice in 1909 and emigrated to Australia but did not enjoy the environment so moved on to New Zealand settling in Lower Hutt.
It is believed that Christopher Greeshaw, Born Dec. 21st 1857 was Christopher Johns Uncle.
Christopher Greeshaws' sister married and became Annie Bullen who lived at Paekakariki for many years.She was twice married (Miller).
There appears to be another Christopher Greeshaw who was John Christopher Bullens Grandfather. 
BULLEN 'Chris', Christopher John (I26)
 
25 Claude Beezer went missing on operations during the Second World War,1939-1945. BEEZER, Claude Harold Cecil (I82)
 
26 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. O'DONNELL, C.C.A. (I38)
 
27 Croft Funeral Home Ltd - Funeral Directors

Location Code: TLC-BUR-08-F-0083
Location Details: General Burial, Block 08, Row F, Plot 83 
PRINCE, Joy Carol (I267)
 
28 Dad (Edwin Snr.) served in the RNVR from 16 Jan 1904 to 16 Jan 1907 with Dick Leggatt. The first recorded entry that can be seen (so far) from the copy of his diaries that niece Toni sent me per Wynne (sister) says that he went out with F.B. (Florence Beezer) on 16th of January 1907.
Notes made by Dad (Edwin Snr.) in his small notebook re the name 'Malkin'
MALKIN - Malkin is an Anglo-Saxon word meaning "Girl". It dates from the 10th Century and the first reference in print is in "The Age of Chivalry" by Arthur Bryant, who describes that a John Malkin, in 1250 brought an action for some damage done by dogs to his pigs.
Malkin Tower, in the novel "Lancashire Witches" by Ainsworth, is a location of an ancient building on Pendle Hill, near the border of Lancashire and Yorkshire named "Malkin Tower" supposed to have been destroyed by the De Lacy family who came over with William the Conqueror who built his Castle at Clitheroe with the stone from "Malkin Tower".
There are the Malkin Hills on the South East of Nottinghamshire.
The name of Malkin appears in Corinthians, Langlands "Piers Ploughman", also in Chaucer's Tales of the 13th Century. In Duma's "La Assommon" ??, Scott's "Ivanhoe", Shakespeare, Gissings "Born in Exile"and many Lancashire books.
Addendum (RickM)
Madam Malkin's Robes for all Occasions, is a shop in the Harry Potter Film Series. Malkins' Robes for All Occassions
 
MALKIN, Edwin Snr (I15)
 
29 David lives at Brighton Rd., Lancing. BISHOP, David Jnr (I201)
 
30 Dean spent about three and a half months in a coma in Wellington Hospital ICU Circa 2014 - 2015. Whilst there he was resuscitated once. It was after this time the Drs at Wellington Hospital decided that a Non Resus Order be placed on Dean. Apparently Deans heart had been placed under great stress whilst in his coma.
His sisters were unable to make it to hospital before he died. 
KEARNEY, Dean Glenn (I269)
 
31 Death cert 1897/382 shows William died of "Endocarditis" at Age 55. His occupation was Labourer. His father and mother are shown as John and Isabella Falloon (formerly Riddell. Fathers occupation Farmer. William was buried 26 Jan 1897 in Christchurch cemetery. He was born Co. Armagh (Ballyleny townland). The death cert shows he was married at Kaiapoi to Matilda "READE". The informant was H.M. Miller authorised agent. Living issue were 4 males aged 15,17,24,31 and 2 females aged 27 and 28.

This info was taken from a message found on Ancestry
- Posted: 08 Feb 2011 7:02 PM by RBeazley147 (Roy) 
FALLOON, William James (I309)
 
32 Death cert 1914/663 shows Matilda died on 16 Jan 1914 at Willowbridge near Waimate age 73 of carcinoma of the intestine and liver. Her fathers name is shown as --- Reid, her mothers name was not known as was her fathers occupation.

This info was taken from a message found on Ancestry dated Posted: 08 Feb 2011 7:02 PM by RBeazley147 (Roy) 
REID, Matilda (I310)
 
33 Dick suffered a severe work related accident neccessitating a work incapacity benefit. ATKINSON 'Dick', Lionel Richard (I205)
 
34 During the WWII Charles was stationed in the Orkneys and witnessed the sinking of the HMS Royal Oak at Scapa Flo. According to Jack, Charles marriage to Sybil was not a very happy time. He also told me that Charles used to work with Jack at the same Painting and Decorating Company and one day when climbing down from a step ladder (over the top and down the back side) Charles slipped and fell onto the ground on his back. Shortly after that Charles complained of severe pains and upon examination he was diagnosed with Cancer, from which Charles died in a very short time. MALKIN, Charles (I147)
 
35 Elizabeth Booth (Malkin) lived with Mr Booth at P.O., Oldcotes, a small place on the Blythe (Notts) to Rotherham (Yorks) Road about 10 miles North of Worksop. Ref. from the books of Arthur Mee "The Kings England" (Nottinghamshire Volume). BOOTH, NN (I98)
 
36 Elizabeth Falloon, John Henry's grand-daughter, suggests that his birth may not have been recorded due to the family travelling from Christchurch (on the East Coast of the South Island) to the West Coast. The suggestion cannot be verified as yet although John Henry certainly at one point lived on the West Coast having brought his first bride back from Australia and his first two children being born in Hokitika. FALLOON, John Henry (I379)
 
37 Elizabeth, (Florence Esther Malkins') maternal Grandmother died on Jan 6 , 1908 aged 70 years and was interred in the East London Cemetery, Grave No 11705, Plot A. Subsequently re-interred in public grave number 11705-13sq as the graves are now reused every 20-25 years. (Information gleaned from East London Cemetery authorities Jan 2004 email address COBB, Elizabeth (I175)
 
38 Elsie never married. MALKIN, Elsie (I223)
 
39 Florence lost her sister in law Millie and two nieces Ivy and Alice to the tragic 'Wreck of the SS Penguin' on Feb 12th 1909. This was New Zealand's worst ever ship wreck with a total of 72 deaths. 30 Survived including the ships Captain. TOOMER, Florence May (I114)
 
40 Fred was a rear Air Gunner during World War 11 and passed away in 1999 or 2000 ATKINSON, Frederick (I204)
 
41 Funeral Director
H. Morris Funerals Limited 
ERICKSON 'Pat', Charles Patrick (I33)
 
42 Funeral Director: Croft Funeral Home Ltd FRICKLETON, Samuel VC (I198)
 
43 Funeral Director: RJ COTTON & SONS LIMITED WILLIAMSON, Lindsay Mark (I284)
 
44 Funeral Directors: W H Tongue & Son HAPI 'Charlie', Charles Henry Thomas (I296)
 
45 Funeral Directors: William Morrison Funeral Services GREEN, Hilary Jane (I58)
 
46 Gee & Hickton - Funeral Directors

Location Code: TLC-BUR-08-E-0012
Location Details: General Burial, Block 08, Row E, Plot 12 
POTTER 'Frank', Frederick Alton (I320)
 
47 Gee & Hickton Funeral Directors

Location Code: TLC-BUR-08-E-0012
Location Details: General Burial, Block 08, Row E, Plot 12 
SIMMONS, Myrtle Pearl (I316)
 
48 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BISHOP, G. (I200)
 
49 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I300)
 
50 Grave Marker show DOB as 23rd March. Info provided by Davids Daughter Monica advises DOB as 25th March KEARNEY, David John (I791)
 
51 Gravesite Info
NCH/#/TT25

Lat: -39.631099
Long: 176.823754 
FALLOON 'Bill', William Henry (I402)
 
52 Gravesite Info
NCH/#/TT26

Lat: -39.631099
Long: 176.823754 
SHAW 'Gwen', Gwenyth Valima (I298)
 
53 Have not been able to locate any burial/cremation info KEARNEY, James Thomas (I746)
 
54 Henry & Birtella Malkin adopted 1 son allegedly the issue of a liaison with Rose Edge and Henry. He did not move down to Brighton but lived in Grimsby. MALKIN 'Harry', Henry (I73)
 
55 http://southwark.anglican.org/downloads/lostchurches/NEW03.pdf Family (F38)
 
56 In Mums (Florence Esther Malkin) Birthday Book this lady was listed as Nellie and was her Maternal Aunt, then her Stepmother. SIMMONS 'Nellie', Ellen (I168)
 
57 Info from Wynne Bullens Birthday Book Family (F181)
 
58 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. EAGLES, J.L. (I552)
 
59 Info re name as per NZ BDM 1939/14464 Marriage Violet Florance Toomer to  ROIGARD, Richard Hayward (I818)
 
60 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. STENNER, I. (I143)
 
61 It was said that Pops died of a broken heart. I understand the Coroner found he died as the result of a heart attack. MALKIN, Edwin Snr (I15)
 
62 Ivy's body was never found. She is memorialised (I understand) on a monumental wall in the Karori Cemetery, Karori, Wellington City, Wellington, New Zealand TOOMER, Ivy Dorothy (I810)
 
63 Jack advised me that "Winnie" contracted Meningitis whilst a baby and died of it shortly after. MALKIN, Winnifred (I261)
 
64 Jack Malkin lived at 31 Islingword Road, Brighton, Sussex. John Malkin_I01, his wife Bette, and son Lance visited Jack in Sept of 2004 and spent a couple of hours with him. Quite a cheerful old guy who never married and was actually born in the house he lives in.

Like his Dad, Jack had an irregular heart beat for which he takes some tablets, plus, he also suffers from some problem with his bone marrow not producing sufficient red corpuscles so every so often he has to go into Hospital to obtain a transfusion.

John queried Jack about any living relatives and he said he had none. When asked what he had done about his property when he has passed on and he stated to me that the house was going to a very good friend, and his savings were to be distributed between both the Cancer Research Organisation and the Blind Institute for the Sailors??? at Ovingdean.

John queried Jack When talking to him on Christmas Day 2004 as to where our relatives are all buried. John Malkin, father of Edwin, Len, Billy etc., is buried in the Brighton/Preston Cemetery, as is Jacks brother Charles, Elsie and Winifred. 
MALKIN 'Jack', John Leonard (I149)
 
65 James Malkin died of Meningitis aged 19 years. MALKIN, James (I192)
 
66 John & Eva were never married. They were living together at 35 Hansen Street in Wellington for a number of years. Family (F147)
 
67 John Johnson married Anne Rich, daughter of William & Fanny le Fal Rich of Anston and later lived at Raywell and Smithy Woods and High Grounds, Darnall.They had five children:
- William - Shot during the Civil War.
- Sarah Ann - Married William Wright of Cottingham three children.
- Mary - Married John Malkin of Worksop six children.
- Thomas - Lived at Darnall: three children
- Joseph - Coal Pit Engineer, lived at Darnall four children. 
JOHNSON, John (I101)
 
68 John Malkin was listed as living at 31 Gateford Road,Worksop,Notts., and his occupation was listed as Butcher. John and Mary were married at Darnall ,1874 MALKIN, John (I71)
 
69 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MALKIN, J.T. (I208)
 
70 Kenneth was Henry's son out of Rose Edge, the house help. Birtella, Henry's wife very nobly agreed to adopt Kenneth. MALKIN, Kenneth (I196)
 
71 Last name: GREEN
First name: ANTHONY
Age: 75 Years
Occupation: EXPRESSMAN
Service provided: Burial
Burial date: 29/08/1906
Cemetery: Karori
Section: CH ENG
Plot number: 185 X
Record number: 68156 
GREEN, Anthony (I771)
 
72 Last name: GREEN
First name: NANCY
Age: 72 Years
Service provided: Burial
Burial date: 24/08/1912
Cemetery: Karori
Section: CH ENG
Plot number: 185 X
Record number: 68157 
NN, Nancy (I772)
 
73 Len served in the First World War serving first at Aldershot in 1916 and then being sent off to Dar es Salaam in 1917 and also Cape Town. Len lived at 44 Shaftesbury Ave with Lucy May who unfortunately died of blood poisoning in 1928 giving Birth to Thomas. MALKIN 'Len', Leonard (I76)
 
74 Lived at Darnall and was a Coal Pit Engineer, married (wife unknown) and had four children JOHNSON, Joseph (I106)
 
75 Lived at Golden Ball,Worksop,no issue. JOHNSON, Mary (I111)
 
76 Maria Malkin (Dawson) came from or lived in Worksop, Yorkshire. Upon her death left in her will 640 Pounds Stg. divided between her sisters and brother, Elizabeth, Sarah, John, and her two nephews Bruce & Herbert Turner (sons of Caroline Turner nee Malkin. DAWSON, Maria (I99)
 
77 Marriage cert 1865/998 shows William and Matilda were married on 31 Jan 1865 in St Bartholomews Anglican Church, Kaiapoi, Canterbury NZ. His occupation labourer. He was a bachelor and she a spinster. Witnesses were John Leathen and Marion Leathen.

This info was taken from a message found on Ancestry
- Posted: 08 Feb 2011 7:02 PM by RBeazley147 (Roy) 
Family (F119)
 
78 Married a Mr Coates. JOHNSON, Sarah (I112)
 
79 Married at Lake Rotoiti, South Island. ALLEN, Paul Victor (I161)
 
80 Married in Hastings ALLEN, Peter Alexander (I158)
 
81 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ALLEN, J.G. (I159)
 
82 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ALLEN, G.K. (I160)
 
83 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ALLEN, B.L. (I162)
 
84 Mary Fox had a brother Dr.Fox who lived in Woodseats. FOX, Mary (I85)
 
85 Matila was born about 1842 in Co. Antrim. Matilda's birthplace as Co. Antrim is shown on her son Roberts birth cert (born 1878)

This info was taken from a message found on Ancestry dated Posted: 08 Feb 2011 7:02 PM by RBeazley147 (Roy) 
REID, Matilda (I310)
 
86 Matilda was buried on 17 Jan. 1914 in Waimate cemetery. Birthplace shown as Co. Antrim and had been in NZ for 50 years. The cert also shows she was married to William James Falloon at Kaiapoi at age 24. Issue living were 4 males aged 30,35,40,48 and 2 females ages 44 and 45. The informant was G. Collett undertaker.

This info was taken from a message found on Ancestry dated Posted: 08 Feb 2011 7:02 PM by RBeazley147 (Roy)

Plot # 000103, Area: Methodist

Approximate Lat / Long

-44.741568 171.060164 
REID, Matilda (I310)
 
87 May be Margaret McKellor/McKellar - More research required MCKELLAR, Maggie (I596)
 
88 Mays' ashes appear to have placed in the same plot as her mother, Florence May
Record number 8708 
GREEN, May Woodnorth (I715)
 
89 Midair - between Scotland & Australia STEWART, Jeanne Bookless (I474)
 
90 Minister: The Reverend Fielden Taylor Family (F161)
 
91 Miss Anderson was Charles Malkins first wife. ANDERSON, Martha (I91)
 
92 Miss Liston became Charles Malkins second Wife. LYDSTER, Mary Ann (I100)
 
93 Missing in action WWII BEEZER, Claude Harold Cecil (I82)
 
94 Mr Allens christian names are unknown.He married Melva Joy Castle the issue of which was 5 children. ALLEN, Peter Gordon Kingsford (I157)
 
95 Name: Christopher Bullen
Rank: Pte
Record Type: Card
Death Date: 7 Dec 1919
Service Number: 302028
Corps, Regiment or Unit: R.A.F.
Title: Pension Record Cards 
GREESHAW, Christopher (I382)
 
96 Name: Eliz E Beezer
Sex: Female
Immigration Date: 24 Nov 1909
Immigration Place: Wellington, New Zealand
Immigration Place (Original): Wellington (other ports also listed), New Zealand
Departure Place: Wellington
Occupation: domestic
Nationality: England
Record Number: 10183
Arrival Port: Wellington
Company Name: Shaw Savill & Albion Company Limited
Departure Port: London
Ship Name: Ulimaroa

Source Details: No
Digital Folder Number: 004415834
Microfilm Number: 4415834
Image Number: 00430
Indexing Batch: P00682-4 
BEEZER 'Ella', Elizabeth Ellen (I80)
 
97 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family (F10)
 
98 NZ BDM 1872/4947 Family (F284)
 
99 NZ BDM lists (as a Birth search) Dolly's birth as 1905 There is evidence that supports her birth was in fact in 1903. An article written in the "Marlborough Express, Volume XXXVII, Issue 203, 28 August 1903, Page 1", with regard to a fundraiser for the late George Simmons mentions a wife and "TWO" children. Therefore Dolly's Birth Date has been changed to 1903.
A copy of her Birth Record/Certificate will be the only way to confirm her birth date, although if this does have 1905 as the year, the evidence of the Newspaper article may allow change of DOB by a direct family member. 
SIMMONS 'Dolly', Dorothy Evelyn (I416)
 
100 NZ BDM Record 1910/6982 shows Florence Emily Rosina's Family name as PEBBERY - More research is required to find correct info.. Family (F295)
 

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