NORTHWOOD, Hubert Charles


Hubert Charles Northwood

 born 11 August 1882, Omata, reg.  1882/10288
son of Mary Jane Harrison and Richard Arthur Northwood
died suddenly 30 May 1940 at this residence 9 Corbett Scott Avenue, Auckland aged 59 years, reg. 1940/27979

married
27 May 1914, Kohukohu, reg. 1914/8511  
Tryphina Maud Boreham (Maud)
born 1889, reg. 1889/11351 

daughter of Beatrice Eva Foster and Alfred Arthur Boreham
died 15 June 1938 at a private hospital, Auckland aged 49 years, reg. 1938/16289
 

issue:
1. Eva Mary Northwood born 15 May 1915, reg. 1915/18315, died 14 May 1996, Auckland, married 1942 Redvers Clifford Ray, born 20 January 1914, died 8 October 1977, Auckland (1)



Richard Arthur Northwood died 1926, reg. 1926/2013 aged 72 years
Mary Jane Northwood nee Harrison  second daughter of Thomas Harrison of Omata,  died 1941, reg. 1941/20847 aged 82 years
married 16 June 1880, reg 1880/1482 at the Omata Church by the Rev. H. H. Brown


Gisborne

succeeded Norah Carter in Gisborne March 1919


Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLVI, Issue 14856, 8 March 1919



Belwood Studios
 Winstone's Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland
Hubert Charles Northwood and Arthur Joseph Bell 
from about 1 July 1922 to 20 September 1922

 

Auckland Star, Volume LIII, Issue 154, 1 July 1922





New Zealand Herald, Volume LIX, Issue 18203, 23 September 1922

 

Belwood Studios
 Winstone's Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland 
Hubert Charles Northwood and Walter Clegg

 




New Zealand Herald, Volume LXV, Issue 19932, 28 April 1928, Supplement, page 10


 Auckland's latest modern edifice, The Lewis Eady Building, 190-192 Queen Street, Auckland
 New Zealand Herald, Volume LXV, Issue 19932, 28 April 1928, Supplement, page 10



MAORI WAR RECALLED
EARLY TARANAKI RESIDENT DEATH AT 81 YEARS
A descendant of Taranaki pioneers, Mrs. R. A. Northwood, of Kaitaia, has died at the age of 81. She was the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harrison, pioneers of Omata, Taranaki, who landed at New Plymouth in 1841 and 1842 respectively. With her parents, Mrs. Northwood passed through the vicissitudes of the Maori War days and she had vivid recollections of family and personal experiences of those times. Except for occasional visits south Mrs. Northwood had lived continuously in the Mangonui county for the past 45 years. Her husband died 15 years ago. She is survived by two sons. There are five grandchildren.
New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVIII, Issue 23934, 7 April 1941
 
died 1 April 1941 at Kaitaia





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