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1900 Parnell, Auckland 
Jeanie  Moncur,      View Road, forewoman boot factory 
Jessie  Moncur jnr,  View road, domestic duties
Thomas  Moncur    ,  View Road, Warehouseman

1906  Newtown, Wellington
Jeanie Mocur, Write Street, Spinster


TRINER

William Brown Triner married Rachel mary Cheetham, 28th June1885 at Biddulph Staff.

1891 census
source            RG12; Piece: 2184; Folio: 89; Page: 41
place             Norton Green, Norton in the Moors, Staffordshire, 
dwelling          Schedule 230, Norton

William B  Triner  head  m  28  Saddler
Rachele M  Triner  wife  m  28
William C  Triner  son       4
Ethel M    Triner  dau       2
Mary     Cheetham  MIL  W   68

They emigrated to NZ between 1894 - 1901
OBSERVER,   26th October 1901
LAND TRANSFER ACT NOTICE.
Evidence of the loss of certificate of Title
Volume 80, folio 210 for Lot 3 of Block 2 of Allotment 135, Section 10, Suburbs of Auckland,
in favour of William Browne Triner, of Auckland, machinist, having been lodged with me and application made to issue provisional certificate of Title.
Notice is hereby given of my intention to issue a provisional Certificate of Title accordingly at the expiration of fourteen days after the date of the Gazette containing this Notice.
Dated this 8th day of October, 1901, at the Lands Registry Office, Auckland.


Voters Register 
1905/6 Eden auckland
William brown Triner, Marlborough Street, Saddler
Rachel Mary   Triner, Marlborough Street, Home duties


William's first wife Rachael mary Triner died 2nd September 1906 
and was buried at Purewa Cemtery, St Johns Rd, Medowbank, Auckland

In Loving Memeory of
RACHAEL MARY
TRINER
Died 2-9-1906

Also her husband
WILLIAM BROWN
TRINER
Died 24-6-1945
At Rest
RIP

Jane Moncur married the widower William Brown Triner on 9th June 1909
1905/6 Auckland East
William  brown   Triner, Marlborough Street,  Saddler
Rachael mary     Triner, Marlborough Street,  Home duties

Rachel died 1906

1911 Auckland East 
William  brown   Triner, Mary Street, Mount Eden,  Saddler
Jeanie           Triner, Mary Street, Mount Eden,  Married
William Cheetham Triner, Mary Street, Mount Eden,  Electric Linesman
Ethel Mary       Triner, Mary Street, Mount Eden,  Spinster (1911 suppliment)

1914 Auckland East
William  brown   Triner, Mary Street, Mount Eden,  Saddler
Jeanie           Triner, Mary Street, Mount Eden,  Married
William Cheetham Triner, Mary Street, Mount Eden,  Electrician
Ethel Mary       Triner, Mary Street, Mount Eden,  Spinster**

** Ethel mary Triner married 1914 Andrew Taylor Patrick Ethel Mary died 7th April 1943 aged 54, buried Otahuhu Cemetery, Area 3 Lot No 420 Andrew Taylor died 16th july 1950 aged 69, buried Otohuhu cemetery, Auckland
William Cheetham Triner served in WW1
New Zealand Engineers Tunneling Company ( 2nd Reinforcements)
24497; Triner, William Cheetham, 
Occupation;  Electrical Engineer
Next of Kin; William B. Triner (father),
             Mary Street, Mount Eden, Auckland

1917 Nz Army Reserves 2nd Division
Triner, James stanley, Coach Painter, 42 Balmoral Road, Mount Eden, Auckland

1935 Franklin, Auckland
William brown Triner, Wallace Avenue, Manurewa,  Saddler
Jeanie        Triner, Wallace Avenue, Manurewa,  Married

1938 Franklin, Auckland
William brown Triner, Wallace Avenue, Manurewa,  Saddler
Jeanie        Triner, Wallace Avenue, Manurewa,  Married

1938 Waitemata Suppliment
William brown Triner, 22 Bayview Road, N2,   retired
Jeanie        Triner, 22 Bayview Road, N2,   Married


RIP

William cheetham Triner died 17th October 1963 Birkenhead NZ aged 77
Grave inscription Glenfield Cemetery 1735
In Loving Memory of 
William Cheetham Triner, sapper 24497a, S.C. Tunnelers.
Loved husband of LOTTIE and loved father of 
Margaret, Jack and Dorothy.
Passed away 17th October 1963, aged 77 years,
Resting in the Lord.

Charlotte Melville Triner
beloved wife of William and loving mother,
passed away 9th February 1984. Aged88 years.
In God's hands.


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