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1896 Auckland Ann Eliza Waddel, Hobson Street, home duties, residential George Waddel, Hobson Street, Baker, residential Beatrice Stella Waddel, Hobson street, household duties, residential Ernest Waddel, hobson Street, Cabinetmaker, residential Sophia ann Waddel, Hobson Street, Baker, residential William Waddel, Hobson Street, Clerk, residential 1900 Auckland Annie Waddel, Summers Street, domestic duties George Waddell, Summers Street, Baliff William Waddel, Hobson Street, Clerk Sophia Waddel, Hobson Street, Baker 1905 Auckland West Annie Waddel, Summers Street, home duties 1911 Auckland west Annie Waddel, Summers Street, Domestic duties George Waddel, 55 Summers Street, Baker 1919 Tauranga, Bay of Plenty George Waddel, Somerstown, Te Aroha, Baker Ann eliza Waddel, Somerstown, Te Aroha, Married Irene gladys Waddel, somerstown, Te Aroha, Spinster 1928 Tauranga, Bay of Plenty George Waddel, Seddon Street, Te Aroha, Baker 1935 Tauranga, Bay of Plenty George Waddel, Jackson Street, Te Aroha, No Occupation 1938, Thames, Waikato George Waddel, Jackson Street, Te Aroha, No Occupation
|Auckland Star, 16th November 1925|
On November 14. at Waikato Hospital, Hamilton,
Annie Eliza, beloved wife of George Waddel, Sommerstown, Te Aroha;
aged fifty-nine years. Interred Te Aroha today (Monday) 3 o'clock.
|Auckland Star, 14th August 1941|
On August 14. at the Waikato Hospital, George dearly beloved husband of the late Annie Waddel. and dear father of
Ruby. Arthur, Elsie, Irene and Vera,
grandfather of Raymond. Alma. Vera. Eddie. Marlon. Jack. Melve, Victor and Margaret,
great-grandfather of Raewyn. Maureen and Noel; aged 78 years.
Funeral will leave his daughter's residence. Mrs. Johnson. Jackson Street Ruakaka on Friday at 2.30 p.m. for the Te Aroha Cemetery.
|New Zealand Herald, 23rd August 1941|
MR. GEORGE WADDEL
(O.C.) TE AROHA, Friday
The death has occurred of Mr. Georgi Waddel, aged 78. Born in Auckland in 1863,
Mr. Waddel was educated at St. Matthew's Private School and Wesley College,
After serving an apprenticeship as a baker with his father, the late Mr. W. R. Waddel, who for a term served as Mayor of' Auckland, Mr. George Waddel left New Zealand, and took part in the gold rush at Koolgardie.
He later followed his trade in Sydney and Melbourne, eventually returning to Auckland to enter business on his own account.
He disposed of this business to accept a position as clerk of the Court at Coromandel, and, after spending a long period in that district, was transferred to Auckland, where he was employed for many years in the bailiff's office.
He came to Te Aroha 30 years ago and took up the baking trade again. He later worked in Morrinsville until the time of his retirement.
His wife died in 1925. Mr. Waddel is survived by four daughters.
There are nine grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
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