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Wairarapa Daily Times, 27th February 1914
The engagement is announced of Miss Amy Shaw, eldest daughter of Mr W. F. Shaw, Masterton, and Mr George MeClymont, youngest son of Mr George McClymont, West Bush, Masterton,
late of   "Roseavoch,"   Burnbank, Lanarkshire, Scotland.

Wairarapa Daily Times, 4th November 1914
At Knox Church this afternoon, Mr George McClymont, of Masterton, was married to Miss Amy Shaw, of Mr and Mrs W. F. Shaw, of Masteton.
The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in beautiful gown on crepe-de-chine, covered with shadow lace.
The bridesmaids were Miss Katie Shaw (sister of the bride), Miss Grace Crawford, and Miss Gwen Godfrey, all of whom wore dainty white dresses. Mr Charles McClymont (brother of the bridegroom) was best man. The bride is a popular member of Knox Church choir, and the wedding was a choral one. The Rev. A. T. Thompson and the Rev. Thos. Halliday officiated. After the ceremony a reception was held in Knox Hall, at which a large number of guests were present.
Mr and Mrs McClymont left by motor this afternoon for the south, where the honeymoon will be spent.

Wairarapa Daily Times, 5th November 1914
McCLYMONT-SHAW;- At Knox Church, Mastorton, on November 4th, by Rev. A. T. Thompson, B.A., B.D.,. assisted by Rev. Thos. Hialliday,
Amy Shaw, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W. F. Shaw, Masterton, to George McClymont, third son. of Geo. McClymont, West Bush: Road.

Wairarapa Daily Times, 25th July 1916
The following is an additional list of the registrations made at Masterton Recruiting Office:-
Infantry, George McClymont, Masterton, (n.c.o.)

Wairarapa Daily Times, 15th September 1916
Mr George McClymont, of Masterton, who is going into camp on Tuesday next, was presented by the staff of the Cement Pipe Company, Ltd., on Thursday afternoon, with a wristlet watch.
In the absence of the manager, the presentation was made by Mr J. Young, in an appropriate speech. Mr McClymont suitably responded,
George McClymont Service No. 36752, Presbyterian.
Born Scotland 18th April 1897. Occ before enlistment; Labourer
Next of Kin Mrs G Mcclymont(wife ) £331 Queens Street
Embarked Devonport 05th April 1917 Vessle Devon, Destination  Devon, UK
24th Re-inforcements Wellington Infantry, B Company.

1919 Masterton
George (2nd)   McClymont, 331 Queen Street,  Masterton, Labourer
Amy            McClymont, 331 Queen Street,  Masterton, married

Charles barrie McClymont, 331 Queen street,  Masterton, Grocer's Assistant
Kate           McClymont, 331 Queen street,  Masterton, married

1928 Masterton, Wellington
George McClymont, Hastwell, Mangamahoe,  farmer
Amy    McClymont, Hastwell, Mangamahoe,  married

Amy Died 1933

RIP William wallace McClymont

George and Amy's second son
Riverside Cemetery,   Masterton, Wellington.

In Loving Memory of
14.3.1919 - 1.8.2006

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