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1900 Eden, Auckland, Voters register Marion cameron Glass, Takapuna, housekeeper.Her parents and brothers are also in Devonport. and Lionel oldknow Paget, her groom to be, is also in Takapuna as a student.
|New Zealand Herald, 16th January 1901|
PAGET - GLASS On January 12th 1901, at Roturua,
Lionel O. Paget to Marion Cameron Glass.
|New Zealand Herald, 17th July 1901|
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT ROTORUA.
A building, owned by Mr. H. W. Penny, in the occupation of Mr. L. Paget, who carried on a general furnishing business, was destroyed by fire about four o'clock this morning.
The building was insured in the New Zealand Insurance Company's office for £150. There was no insurance on the stock, which was valued at about £140.
An inquiry will be held.
|Auckland Star, 12th September 1906|
A meeting of creditors in the estate of Lionel O. Paget, a clerk, formerly of Auckland,
but now of Wellington, was called for yesterday morning at the office of the Official
Assignee, Wellington, but lapsed, no creditors attending.
Bankrupt's statement set forth that his present position was due to bad health, while living in the Auckland district, and a heavy loss by fire at his woodware factory in Rotorua.
He had been forced to file owing to the refusal of some Auckland creditors to agree to the assignment of his estate. There was no insurance on his premises at Rotorua, and he lost everything, about £200 worth. The liabilities are about £250, and the assets consist of furniture and possibly something from properties in the Auckland district.
|Evening Post, 10th July 1907|
APPLICATIONS FOR DISCHARGE.
A sitting of the Supreme Court in Bankruptcy was held by Mr. Justice Button to-day, when three creditors came up for public examination.
Lionel 0. Paget, clerk, examined on oath, said he was now employed as a clerk at £3 5s per week. He had a wife and family to maintain. Most of the debts in his latest schedule were included in an assignment he made at Rotorua some years ago.
Mr. Ashcroft said he had nothing to do with the assignment debts. As to the later ones, he did not see how Paget could support himself and his dependents and have any chance of paying his old creditors. A discharge was granted. ."
1905 Hutt Wellington, Voters Register; Lionel oldknow Paget, Crofton, Engineer Marion cameron Paget, Crofton, married
Ship Taunui, Departure Wellington 17 June 1909 bound for London Mr. L. O. Paget aged 33 born England occ Traveller Mrs Paget aged 28** born New Zealand Miss M. Paget aged 7 born New Zealand Master E. Paget aged 2 born New ZealandNote: Marion was 2 years older than Lionel, so she appears to have lied about her age.
|New Zealand Herald, 4th April 1910:|
|Personal items from London; 25th February:-
"Callers at the London Office of the New Zealand Government this week have been:
.............Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Paget (Wellington)..........
Passengers Steam Ship Tainui, departing London 14th October 1910 bound for Wellington New Zealand. Mr. L. Paget Gent Mrs Paget wife Miss M. Paget child Mastr. A. Paget child Arrived 26 November 1910 Wellington on Tainui 2nd saloon Mr L. Paget Mrs. Paget Miss M. Paget Mastr A. Paget
1911 Wellington Suburbs Lionel Oldknow Paget, Nagio, Engineer Marion cameron Paget, Nagio, Married
S S Ruahine departing Wellington 4th January 1917 for London Mrs. M. C. Paget aged 40 Miss M. R. Paget aged 15 Mast A W O. Paget aged 9 From New York to Liverpool arrived 18th May 1917 S. S.Orduna, Cunard Line Marion cameron Paget housewife 39 Helen Magt. Rose Paget 15 Arthur O. W. Paget 10 c/o J Cook & sons Ludgate Circus london London to Wellington 2nd class Ship Taunui departure date unknown Mr. L. Paget 50 Mrs Paget 48 Miss M. Paget 16 Master A. Paget 13
|New Zealand Herald, 10th June 1918|
|CALL TO ARMS
FIRST "C" DRAFT
The names drawn in the fourteenth ballot called up the first draft of Class C reservists, married men with 2 children are contained in a special edition of the Gazette to be issued today. The total number of reservist in class C according to the Govements statistians roll, is 26,000 and of that number 10,000 have been called up in this ballot.
Following are the Auckland lists of the men in Class C of the Second Division now called up, the names of men who have previouly volunteered being indicated by asterisks:-
PAGET. Lionel O. , Manager, Auckland
Medical Exam 14 June 1918 Age: 42 years height: 5 8 1/2 inches weight: 142 lbs Chest: min 33 Chest: max 37 Complextion: Dark Eyes Blue Hair: dark brown (Bald) Religeon: C. of E.Neither Lionel or Marion appear in the 1919 nz Voters list.
The Passenger list 3rd class s.s. Athenic, depart Southampton 12 January 1922 Expected 24 feb - Arrived Wellington 20 feb 1922 Paget H? wife 49 Paget M domestic 19 Paget A child 14Marion and Son Arthur returned to UK a year later
ss Arawa departing Wellington for London 17 february 1923 Mrs. M.C. Paget aged 46 occ. D.D. (domesatic duties) born NZ Mastr. A.O.W. Paget aged 16 schoolboy born NZ did they miss the departure and have to catch a later ship S.S. Corinthic Departing 5 April 1923 bound for London Mrs. M.C. Paget aged 46 occ. D.D. (domesatic duties) born NZ Mastr. A.O.W. Paget aged 16 schoolboy born NZHowever her daughter Margaret fell in love and and remained behind
3rd March 1925 - s.s. Maunganui, Departed Wellington for Rarotonga and San Francisco. L. O. Paget, aged 49 3rd sept 1925 depart San Francisco via Rarotonga arrived Wellington 28th september 1925 Embarked Rarotonga - Mr. L.Paget aged 50
|Evening Post, 8 December 1926|
Judgment for plaintiffs by default, with costs, was given in the following undefended civil cases by Mr. E. Page, S.M., in the Magistrate's Court yesterday:—
Commissioner of Taxes v. Lionel Oldknow Paget, £8 13s 11d;
Electors Lists 1919 Parnell Auckland Rhoda Roche, 6 Victoria Avenue, Widow 1928 Wellington North Lionel oldknow Paget, 192 Tinakori Road, retired 1928 Auckland East Rhoda Roche, 5 St Georges Bay road, widow 1935-38 Wellington North Lionel oldknow Paget, 110 Willis Street, Tobaconist Rhoda Roche , 110 Willis Street, Widow 1946-49-54 Karori Wellington Lionel oldknow Paget, 60 Ponsenby Road, Retired Rhoda Roche , 60 Ponsenby Road, WidowLionel oldknow Paget death
13th February 1936 - s.s. Rangatiki, From London bound for Timaru, Mrs. Marion C Paget aged 59 occupation H.D. 7th January 1937 - s.s. Rangitiki, Departing london for New Zealand British passengers embarked at London 1st class , Marion Paget, HD, of Hedgerley Green, Slough, 1st B-Auckland aged 59 born NZ 16th June 1937 - s.s. Remurea departing Wellington for London via Rarotonga Mrs M. C. Paget aged 60 married domestic duties 27th August 1937 - s.s. Matua departing Rarotonga (Cook Islands) for Auckland Mrs M.C. Paget, aged 59 home duties born NZ
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