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1883 Marriage in the District of Auckland
No. When Married
and Where
Name Age Rank or
Condition Birth Place Residence
1. Present
2. Usual
1. Name
1. Name
2. Maiden
? 18th July
in the
dwelling of
Chris F. Mann
father of Mary
24 laborer Batchelor born NZ 1.Auckland
1. John  

2. Laborer

2. Halliday
Mary Elizabeth
Oakes Mann
19 ---- Spinster England 1.Auckland
2.Symonds St
1.Chris F. Mann
2. Master Mariner
1. Harriet Mann

2. Oakes  
Married after the delivery of the Certificate reqired by The Marriage Act ,1880
by R.J. Macniel Officiating minister
This marriage was solomnised between us
John Clarke
Mary Elizabeth Oakes Mann
In the Presence of
Alice sophie O. Mann, of Symonds St
G.Guilding, carpenter of Edinburgh St

18 July 1883 at Symonds St. Auckland
the Dwelling of Chris. F. Mann ,father of Mary

Mary     Elizabeth    Mann,  spinster, aged 19,  born England
daughter of
Christopher Frederick Mann , Master mariner
and Harriet Mann nee Oakes

John        Clark ,          batchelor  aged 24, Laborer, born NZ
son of
John        Clark            Laborer
Catherine   Clarke           nee Halliday

Alice sophie O. Mann         of Symonds St. (Mary's sister?)
G. Guilding  ?               Carpenter of Edinbrough St.

It is thought that John Clarke senior was born about 1798 in Kent, and came to NZ as a "Fencible",
arriving in Auckland NZ on the Minerva 8 October 1847, having departed from Gravesend 1st July 1847.

it is not known where he married Catherine Halliday but he would be about 60 when his son John was born circa 1856.

John Clarke would normally have recieved a land Grant on leaving the Fencibles No such grant having been recieved is is probable his employment was Terminated, as were many others for infractions of the rules.

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