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1901 census
source             ED: 23; Line: 5; Roll: CSSCT1901_339  
place              Hamilton, Lanacshire
Dwelling           Reed Street RoseAvoch 

George     McClymont  head 45  Weavers Beamer              Avoch Rossshire
Annie      McClymont  wife 43  
Helen      McClymont  dau  24 
Isabella   McClymont  dau  22   
Annie M    McClymont  dau  20 
Donald     McClymont  son  17 
Elizabeth  McClymont  dau  15  
Jemima     McClymont  dau  13  
Charles    McClymont  son  11   Scholar                       Low Blantyre
George     McClymont  son   8   Scholar                       Low Blantyre
Jeanie     McClymont  dau   5                                 Low Blantyre

Helen M    Barrie     MIL  73  

Voter lists NZ
1914 Masterton, Wellington
Charles barrie McClymont, West Bush road, Masterton, Grocer's assistant
Wairarapa Age, 8th February 1917
MARRIAGE;-McCLYMONT-SHAW;-
At Knox Church, Masterton, on Wednesday, February 7th,
Katie Shaw, daughter of Mr W. Shaw, of Masterton, to Charles Barrie McClymont, son of
Mr George McClymont, West Bush Road, Masterton, and late of Scotland.

Wairarapa Age, 8th February 1917
WEDDING;-McCLYMONT-SHAW,-
A very pretty all-white wedding took place at Knox Church, Masterton at noon yesterday, when Miss Katie Shaw, daughter of Mr W. F. Shaw, of Masterton, was married to Mr Charles Barrio McClymont, son of Mr George McClymont, West Bush, Masterton, and lato of Scotland.
The bride, who was given away by her father, was daintily attired in a gown of ivory crepe-de-chine, and court train of brocaded silk. The gown was very simply trimmed with an overdress of chinon; also guipure lace and pearls. The customary veil was worn, arranged with a coronet cf orange blossom. The bride carried a sheaf of lillies, roses, and white agapanthns.
The bridesmaids were Miss Flora McColl, of "Lismore," Taihape (chief), and Miss Grade Crawford (cousin of the bride).
The bridesmaids wore pretty frocks of white embroidered voile, trimmed with satin ; and wore short veils with a crown of white phlox and maidenhair fern. They carried sheafs of white cactus dahlias, roses, and maidenhair fern. Mr T. Smith, of Masterton, attended, the bridegroom as best man. The bridegroom's present to the bride was a handsome chased gold bangle, and to the bridesmaids dainty gold brooches.
The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. T. Browns, M.A., B.D. Afterwards a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served in Knox Hall. The happy couple left for the south, where the honeymoon is to be spent. The bride wore a smart navy serge travelling costume, with a pink and navy hat to match. The "Wedding March" was played by Mrs G. McClymont, Junr., - sister .of the bride. The flowers were supplied and artistically arranged by Miss Dyke, florist, Petone.

1919 Masterton, Wellington
Charles barrie McClymont, 331 Queen street,  Masterton, Grocer's Assistant
Kate           McClymont, 331 Queen street,  Masterton, married

George jnr     McClymont, 331 Queens Street, Masterton, Labourer
Amy            McClymont, 331 Queens Street, Masterton, married

1928  Masterton, Wellington
Charles barrie McClymont, 331 Queen street,  Masterton, Stationer
Kate           McClymont, 331 Queen street,  Masterton, married

1938  Masterton, Wellington
Charles barrie McClymont, 331 Queen street,  Masterton, Stationer
Kate           McClymont, 331 Queen street,  Masterton, married

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1957  Pahiatua, Manawatu-Wanganui
Charles barrie McClymont, 49 Barraud street,Dannevirke, Journalist
Ruth adelina   McClymont, 49 Barraud street,Dannevirke, married



RIP

Archer Street Masterton Cemetery, Masterton Wellington. Charles barrie McClymont, died 24th January 1975


Masterton Cemetery,
Archer Street,
Masterton Wellington.



In Loving Memory
of
CHARLES BARRIE
McCLYMONT

Passed away 24th JAN 1975


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