LADELLE, Sydney.

Sydney Ladelle


born circa 1858 Wraysbury, Buckinghamshire, England,
reg Jul-Aug-Sep 1858 Eton 3a page 332
son of William Wykes Ladelle (1) and Emily Grace Ibotson
arrived Melbourne, Australia 18 October 1883 on the ship "Winefred" (2)
arrived New Zealand about 1902
died 13 September 1954 aged 95 years,
ashes buried Karori Crematorium, Wellington
record number: 13645, death registered 1954/31953 (3)

(By Telegraph — Press Association.)
Levin, December 24. A photographer named S. Laddelle [sic], who arrived in Levin a few weeks ago from Palmerston North, met with a serious accident this afternoon. When taking a photograph at the edge of the gravel-pit near the library, in Oxford Street, he stepped back and fell over the bank, a distance of nine or ten feet. His leg was broken just above the ankle. Doctor Simpson, of Christchurch, who was passing, gave medical assistance, and Ladelle was removed to the Otaki Hospital.
Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2342, 26 December 1914, Page 10

Mr Ladelle, who met with a nasty accident at Levin while taking a photograph on Xmas Eve, is now almost recovered and will leave the Otaki hospital in the course of a few days.
Horowhenua Chronicle, 25 January 1915, Page 2

LEVIN, This Day.

This morning, at 1.35 o'clock, a fire occurred at Pringle and Haste's Building, in Oxford-street, occupied by S. Ladelle (photographers), and E. E. Lucas (bookseller and stationer). The building and contents were destroyed completely, and fronts of the adjoining shops, owned by F. C. Remington and occupied by the Modern Printing Company, and F. C. Remington (chemist) were damaged slightly. Insurances Pringle and Haste, £450 Lucas's stock, £375; Ladelle's, £130; Modern Printing Company, £230 (the damage done amounting to £40) Remington's Building £350, stock £700.
Evening Post, Volume XC, 15 October 1915, Page 2

Evening Post, Volume CIV, Issue 55, 2 September 1927, Page 1

Evening Post, Volume CV, Issue 128, 1 June 1928, Page 2

(To the Editor.)
Sir, — Someone appears to have been applying to a gentleman who is pleased to call himself "Ginger" for information concerning the increase in the rate of exchange, but it also appears that "Ginger" is unable to give the information required. Will you allow me also to make inquiry through your columns upon this subject? Can you or Mr. "Ginger" or anyone else tell me if there is any limit to the power of Mr. Coates, and, if so, what limit? If Mr. Coates is at liberty to decide upon the policy of the country upon so important a matter as fixing an artificial rate of exchange in defiance of the advice and wishes of most of the financial institutions of the country, and the Minister of Finance, without consulting the people's representatives, what is our Parliament for? Might we not as well abolish it? I have always been under the impression that it is the duty of the Government to propose a policy and of the majority of Parliament to approve or reject such policy, but in the present instance no one except Mr. Coates, the Farmers' Union, and perhaps a few Cabinet Ministers appears to have had any voice in the matter. It is to be hoped that when Parliament reassembles members will not fail to make it plain that their duties are not to be usurped by the Government with impunity.—I am, etc.,

Evening Post, Volume CXV, Issue 22, 27 January 1933, Page 8

Evening Post, Volume CXXXV, Issue 1, 2 January 1943, Page 1

Electoral Rolls

Sydney Ladelle 1905-1906 Wellington Central Electorate
16 Jessie Street, Wellington, carpenter

Sydney Ladelle 1911 Pahiatua
Pahiatua, photographer

Sydney Ladelle 1914 Palmerston
c/o F. Just, College street West, Palmerston North, carpenter

Sydney Ladelle 1919 Rangitikei
Taihape, photographer

Sydney Ladelle 1928 Wellington Central
70 Cambridge Terrace, Wellington, photographer

Sydney Ladelle 1935 Wellington East
29 Wellington Road, Wellington, retired

Sydney Ladelle 1938 Wellington East
29 Wellington Road, Wellington, retired

Sydney Ladelle 1946 Island Bay
159 Hanson Street, Wellington, retired

Sydney Ladelle 1946 Otaki
Salvation Army Home, Upper Hutt, retired

Sydney Ladelle 1949 Otaki
Silverstream Hospital, retired

(1) William Wykes Ladelle was born 24 March 1825 the son of Richard and Catherine Elizabeth Ladelle a merchant of Claremont Place, London. He was baptised on 29 July 1829 at Clerkenwell St James, London and married 21 January 1853 at the St Bride Parish Church, London, Emily Grace Ibotson the daughter of Richard Ibotson, papermaker. He died 4 June 1911.

(2) Victoria, Australia, Assisted and Unassisted Passenger Lists, 1839–1923 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc., 2009.
(4) New Zealand, Electoral Rolls, 1853-1981 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2010. Original data: New Zealand Electoral Rolls, 1853–1981. Auckland, New Zealand: BAB microfilming. Microfiche publication, 4032 fiche.

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