Mabel Adams' Photographs



 Mabel Adams' Photographs.
 A number of these photographs are addressed to Mabel Adams.

Mabel Curtis Horton was born in 1884 the daughter of William and Eliza Horton, in 1908 she married John Adams. She died on 14 March 1938 aged 53 years and was buried in the Omaka Cemetery, Blenheim.

"Edie Agar, Bill Agar, Ciss Agar, George Agar"
Cecily Monica Priddle the daughter of Robert Frederick Charles Priddle and Mary Ann Norton married in 1922 to William Michael Agar.
  Photograph by Harlton Studios


"Ciss & Bill Agar"
reverse inscription "Auntie Mabel"
 Photograph by Harlton Studios


"Yours Lovingly Joe Laing"
Mona Curtis McDonald Litchfield known as "Joe" was the daughter of Amelia Horton and George Edwin Litchfield. She married James Ferguson Laing a farmer in 1911.
  Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim

reverse inscription "To Mother from M. & M." and "Brechelt"
Photograph by The Sarony Studios, Auckland.

"Aunty Min & family"
reverse inscription "To Alice with love 1903" and "Brechelt family."
Photograph by Rembrandt

"Aunty Min & family Brechelt"
reverse inscription "To Grandmamd from  the Children 1903."
Photograph by Rembrandt

"To Mother 1906"
reverse "Brechelt?"
left Gunther Leo Brechelt born 1904, Eunice Meta Brechelt born 1899 and Elizabeth Mabel Brechelt born 1902.
Photographer not known.


 "Aunty Min & family. Brechelt family"
Amelia Horton, born 1874 the daughter of William and Eliza Horton married Maurice Gunter Brechelt.
Their children were Eunice Meta Brechelt born 1899, Elizabeth Mabel Brechelt born 1902, Gunther Leo Brechelt born 1904 and Hermann Wilfred Brechelt born 1908.
Photograph by Charles Joseph Ellerbeck, 46 Karangahape Road, Auckland.
"Miriam, Lucy & Ivy Adams. Daughters of Sidney & Annie Adams nee Clements (sic)"
Sidney or Sydney Adams married Francis Annie Clemens in 1898.
 Photographer not known.
 


"The Willows Owens Road, Auckland"
revervse "Brechelt"
the 1905-6 Electoral Roll shows Maurice Gunther Brechelt, surveyor at "The Willows" Owens Road.
Amelia Horton, born 1874 the daughter of William and Eliza Horton married Maurice Gunter Brechelt.
  Photographer not known.

"Francie & Arthur Adams"
Arthur Norman Adams was the son of Frederick Adams and Eliza Maria Hopkins.
 Photographer not known.
"Fran & John McHarg"
Fanny Adams the daughter of Frederick Adams and Eliza Maria Hopkins married John McHarg in 1905.



"Min Horton"
Amelia Horton was the daughter of William and Eliza Horton, she was born about 1873 and died in 1932. Her first husband was George Edwin Litchfield who she married in 1892 and later she was the wife of Maurice Gunther Brechelt.
 Photograph by Charles Chinn, Grove Road, Blenheim.


 "Son Horton"
Frederick Cecil Horton was born about 1887 the son of William and Eliza Horton.
Photograph by Charles Chinn, Grove Road, Blenheim.

reverse inscrption
"From left:- S. L (Taff) Horton, Son Horton, Joe Laing, Nona Horton"
Stafford Leo Norton, Frederick Cecil Horton and Violet Nona Granfield Norton were the children of William and Eliza Horton. Mona Custis McDonald "Joe" was their cousin, the daughter of Amelia Horton ans George Edwin Litchfield she married James Ferguson Laing in 1911.
Photograph by W. McGuire, Blenheim, N.Z.


reverse inscription "Bubb Horton (Thurza)"
Photograph by W. H. Macey, Market Place, Blenheim N.Z.

reverse inscription "Horton (Will?)"
Photograph by W. H. Macey, Market Place, Blenheim N.Z.
   
 "Will Horton"
William Henry Horton was the son of William and Eliza Horton. He was born in 1877 and married in 1907 to Ada Florence Priddle.
Photograph by Macey, Market Place, Blenheim N.Z.

 "Bill Horton"
reverse inscription "To Mabel from Will", Mabel was his sister.
William Henry Horton was the son of William and Eliza Horton. He was born in 1877 and married in 1907 to Ada Florence Priddle.
Photograph by Macey, Market Place, Blenheim N.Z.

 reverse inscription Nola Adams daughter of Arthur & Francie Adams"
Photographer not known.
 

reverse inscription Joan Horton 4 1/2 months"
Photograph by Barcham, Hastings.

Joan Horton
Photographer not known.

 Nona & Joe
reverse inscription Nona Horton & Mona (Joe) Litchfield"
Violet Nona Granfield Norton was the daughter of William and Eliza Horton.  Mona Curtis McDonald Litchfield known as "Joe" was the daughter of Amelia Horton and George Edwin Litchfield.
Photographer not known.

Violet Nona Granfield Horton
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

"Nona Horton later Agar"
Photograph by Harlton Studios - Blenheim.

"Nona & Jack Agar".Violet Nona Granfield Horton the daughter of William and Eliza Horton married John Agar in 1926.
Photographer not known.

reverse inscription "Nona and Taff Horton". Violet Nona Granfield Horton and Stafford Leo Horton were the children of William and Eliza Horton.
Photographer Burridge's Wairoa.

reverse inscription "Stafford Leo Horton"
 Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.


"Will Horton family?"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.
reverse inscriptions "Huia, Steve, Nina Sadie Horton" and
"To Aunty Mable & Uncle Jack With Best Wishes for Xmas"
 These are the children of William Henry Horton and Ada Florence Priddle.
Photographer J. Welsh.

reverse inscription "Mona Laing"
Mona Curtis McDonald Litchfield known as "Joe" was the daughter of Amelia Horton and George Edwin Litchfield.
photographer not known.



"Huia Horton" reverse inscription "Love to you all. Hoping you are quiet well, Huia"
Huia Horton was born in 1910 the daughter of William Henry Horton and Florence Ada Priidle.
Photograph by Lovell Smith Studio, Hastings.

  "Sadie Horton"
daughter of William Henry Horton and Ada Florence Priddle
photograph by Crichton Bros. New National Studios, 338 Karangahape Road, Auckland.

Stephen Horton
born circa 1909
son of William Henry Horton and Ada Florence Priddle
 photograph by Crichton Bros. New National Studios, 338 Karangahape Road, Auckland.

"Joan & Son Horton"
Frederick Cecil Horton was the son of William and Eliza Horton, he married Penninah Margaret Rose in 1912. 
photographer not known.


reverse inscription "(Fred) son Horton"
Frederick Cecil Horton was the son of William and Eliza Horton, he married Penninah Margaret Rose in 1912. 
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

"Son Horton"
reverse inscription "Mabel ... 16/1/09"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

"Son Horton"Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

"Birdie & Son Horton"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

"Joe Laing & family"
reverse inscription "Mabel"
Photograph by Bartlett and Andrew, Willis Street, Wellington.

"Laing boys"
Photograph by Bartlett and Andrew, Willis Street, Wellington.




 "Yours Loving Joe Laing"
Photographer not known.
 "Joe Laing"
Photographer Bartlett

"Jim Laing"
Photograph by Tosca, Wellington.


"Aunty Ada Horton"
Ada Florence Priddle married William Henry Horton in 1907
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

"Nona Horton"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.


"Nona Horton"
Violet Nona Granfield Horton the daughter of William and Eliza Horton married John Agar in 1926.
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

"Nona Agar"
Violet Nona Granfield Horton the daughter of William and Eliza Horton married John Agar in 1926.
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.


"Eric Adams" and Eric Adams age 17 months so of Arthur Adams - son of Sidney Adams - son of Frederick & Eliza nee Hopkins"
Projeerette by "Hahn" Blenheim.


reverse inscription "Minnie Ranger? deleted or Min Horton?"
 Photograph by Sarony Studios, Auckland.


"Auntie Bub Horton"
reverse inscription Mab- 19/12/04
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.


"Frank McHarg"
Samuel Frank McHarg born 1907 was the son of Fanny Adams and John McHarg, he married in 1930 to Lillian Phillipa Lock.
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.
"McHarg?"
reverse inscription "Frank McHarg"
Photograph by Harlton Studios, Picton.


"McHarg Family"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.
"McHarg Family"
reverse inscription "John McHarg, Fanny McHaig (nee Adams) & son Frank"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.


"McHarg family"
reverse inscription "Jhn McHarg, Frank McHarg, Fanny McHarg (nee Adams - daughter of Frederick & Eliza"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.


"McHarg family, John, Frank, Fan"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.
"Jim Adams son of Sidney & Annie Adams"
  Photograph by Harlton Studios

"Nona Horton"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

"Joe Laing"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.
 
"Marriage Frank Adams" and "Bill Ragg, Uncle Frank (Adams) Nellie Ragg"
Photographer not known.
 
"Will Horton family"reverse inscription "to Aunty Mabel From Nina Steve Huia"
Photograph by E. A. Phillips, Rotorua, N.Z.

reverse inscription "From Steve To Aunty Mable (sic) and Uncle Jack"
Photograph by E. A. Phillips, Rotorua, N.Z.
 

"Nona Horton & Joe Litchfield"



"Joe & Bill Laing nee Litchfield"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

"Yours Lovingly Joe Laing"
reverse inscription Mab & John"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

 "Will Norton family, Nina, Sadie, Steve, Hiua (sic).
reverse inscription "To Aunty Mabel From Steve, Huia, Nina & Sadie"
Photograph by Burridge's Wairoa.


"Joan Norton"
reverve inscription "To June and Noel with Xmas Greetings 1936 from Joan"
Photograph by Lovell Smith Studio, Hastings





The Horton Family

William Horton (1845-1929) married about 1868 to Eliza Hockey (1851-1920), registered 1868/7856. Eliza died 27 January 1920 at her son's residence Cambridge, buried 1 February 1920 Omaka Cemetery.

issue:
1. Emma Horton birth reg. 1870/22555   

2. Mary Ann Horton "Poll" born circa 1871, reg. 1871/23380 (2nd daughter) died circa 1944 aged 72 years reg. 1944/20927, married at the residence of the bride's parents about January 1895 Robert Frederick Charles Priddle, born circa 1870 died circa 1946 reg. 1946/28970, eldest son of Captain Robert Hellyer Priddle

issue:
2a. William Charles Hellyer Priddle "Click", born circa 1895, reg. 1895/1466, died 13 August 1979 aged 83 years [1]
2b. Robert Frederick Charles Priddle born 1897, died 1897 aged 10 days, reg. 1897/1863
2c. Cecily Monica Priddle "Ciss" born circa 1898 reg. 1898/16938 [as Cicily Monica]

3. Amelia Horton "Mim" born circa 1874, reg. 1874/18418, died 14 November 1932 aged 59, married 1stly 1892 George Edwin Litchfield and later Maurice Gunther Brechelt  he died 14 April 1936 aged 67 years


issue:
3a. Mona Curtis McDonald Litchfield "Joe" born circa 1893, married 6 November 1911 aat the Church of the Nativity, Blenheim James Ferguson Laing son of Montagu Laing.
3b. Eunice Meta Brechelt born circa 1899
3c. Elizabeth Mabel Brechelt born circa 1902
3d. Gunther Leo Brechelt born circa 1904
3e. Hermann Wilfred Brechelt born circa 1908

4. Phoebe Horton born circa 1875 reg. 1875/715died 11 May 1876 at Blenheim aged 5 months.

5. William Henry Horton (eldest son) born circa 1877 reg. 1877/12649, died 1954 aged 76 years, reg. 1954/21387, married 11 November 1907 at the residence of R. F. Priddle, "Kaiora," Henry Street, Blenheim to Ada Florence Priddle 2nd daughter of late Captain R. Priddle. (their home was to be Tepanau, Queen Charlotte Sound).

issue:
5a. Stephen Horton born circa 1909, reg. 1909/5903
5b. Huia Hortonborn circa 1910, reg. 1910/12979
5c. Nina Hortonborn circa 1912, reg. 1912/2548
5d. Sadie Horton

6. John Horton born circa 1879 reg. 1879/9902

7. Phoebe Horton birth reg. 1880/10123 ("4th daughter" sic), died circa 1963, reg. 1
962/24368, married 13 January 1904 at the Church of the Nativity, Blenheim by the Ven. Archdeacon Grace, Herbert Hugh Pawson of Wanganui, he died circa 1926 aged 50 years, reg. 1926/9148.

 issue:
7a. Mabel Joyce Pawson  born circa 1905, reg. 1905/10850
7b. Dulcie Beryl Pawson born circa 1907, reg. 1907/4972
7c. Richard Manley Pawson born circa 1911, 1911/18449

8. Alice Horton born 15 September 1882 at Maxwell Road, Blenheim, birth reg. 1882/15343 died 26 November 1911 aged 29 years, buried Omaka Cemetery .

9. Mabel Curtis Horton birth reg. 1884/20098 ("6th daughter") married 18 March 1908 at the Church of the Nativity, Blenheim John Adams, youngest son of Frederick Adams.

10. Frederick Cecil Horton "Son" born circa 1887 birth reg. 1887/17405, died 1942 aged 55 years, reg. 1942/17455, married Penninah Margaret Ross reg. 1912/3365.











11. Stafford Leo Horton "Taff" born circa 1890 reg. 1890/6785, died 1954 aged 64 years, reg 1954/29352, buried 13 August 1954 Omaka Cemetery.











12. Violet Nona Granfield Horton "Nona" born circa 1892 reg. 1892/15531, died circa 1964 aged 69 years, reg. 1964/23762, married 1926 John Agar.


[1] Nelson City Council Cemeteries database









 The Priddle Family
Capt Robert Hellyer Priddle (hotel-keeper) born circa 1838-1841 Torbay, Devon, died 1894 aged 53 years, married Margaret.

issue:
1. Robert Frederick Charles Priddle ("eldest son") born circa 1870, reg. Mar 1870 Plympton vol. 5b page 250, died 1946 aged 76 years, reg. 1946/28970,
married at the residence of the bride's parents about January 1895, Mary Ann Horton.

issue:
1a. William Charles Hellyer Priddle "Click", born 11 October 1895, reg. 1895/1466, died 13 August 1979 aged 83 years [1]
1b. Robert Frederick Charles Priddle born 1897, died 1897 aged 10 days, reg. 1897/1863
1c. Cecily Monica Priddle "Ciss" born circa 1898 reg. 1898/16938 [as Cicily Monica] married 1922 reg. 1922/7338 William Michael Agar.

2. daughter?

3. Ernest Alfred John Priddle born circa 1878 or 1872 reg. Mar 1872 Plympton vol. 5b page 254, died 1942, reg. 1942/23986, married 20 February 1901 in the Church of the Nativity, Blenheim, reg. 1901/316, Ellen Mary Ball daughter of Richard Ball.  

issue:
3a. Noel Hellyer Priddle born 25 October 1901, reg. 1902/17934 died 1982 reg. 1982/48130
3b. Myra Kathleen Mary Priddle birth reg. 1903/16011, married 1927 reg.  1927/9818 Noel Edward Webby
3c. Richard Ernest Priddle birth reg. 1905/18729, died 1940, reg. 1940/15533 aged 34 years
3d. Sadie Metas Priddle birth reg. 1907/11503, married 1933 reg. 1933/1327 Clifford Stephen Roussel
3e. Jack Priddle birth reg. 1908/14570, died 1961 reg. 1961/35892 aged 53 years
3f. Lorna Ellen Priddle birth reg. 1910/13072
3g. Edna Woodbine Priddle birth reg. 1912/2411, died 1917 aged 5 years, reg. 1917/3889



4. Augustine Priddle (saddler) born circa 1880 ("2nd son"), died 1962 aged 82 years, reg 1962/27651, married 21 May 1902 at the Church of the Nativity, Blenheim, Mary Holland Brewster eldest daughter of the late C. M. Brewster, reg. 1902/1959. 

issue:
4a. Florence Priddle birth reg. 1903/19505, died 1903 aged 2 months, reg. 1903/3643
4b. Elois Constance Priddle birth reg. 1904/10583, married 1931, reg. 1931/1478 Andrew Walmer Horan
4c. Gwynneth Winifred Priddle birth reg. 1909/6838
  married 1932, reg. 1932/608 Alfred Trevor Wakeham
4d. Herbert Augustine Priddle born 3 January 1913, reg. 1913/13765, died 1983 reg. 1983/29035 

5. John Henry Priddle born circa 1882, reg. 1882/6885.   

6. Charles Frank Priddle born 15 September 1884, Blenheim, reg. 1884/7183, married circa 1919, reg. 1919/9316, Nessie Marguerita Robb.

7. Florence Ada Priddle (2nd daughter) born 1886, reg. 1886/5000, married
11 November 1907 at the residence of R. F. Priddle, "Kaiora," Henry Street, Blenheim to William Henry Horton (their home was to be Tepanau, Queen Charlotte Sound).

8. James Henry Priddle born 9 January 1888 High Street, Blenheim, reg. 1888/2657

9. Lily Maud Priddle born 14 April 1891 High Street, Blenheim, reg. 1891/2650, married 1912 reg. 1912/5792 Arthur Stuart Draper.

 

Ocean Ranger, barquentine, 234 tons, Priddle, from New York via Mauritius. Passengers - Mrs Priddle and family. Miles, Hassal and Co., agents.
Press, Volume XXXIV, Issue 4785, 3 December 1880, Page 2


Mr. Robert Priddle , Manager for Messrs Clouston and Co., was born in Devonshire, England, in 1870, and came to New Zealand with his parents nine years later. He was educated at the Blenheim Borough School, and then entered mercantile life, which he has followed for over twenty years. Mr. Priddle takes an active interest in Freemasonry, and he is a member of all the local athletic societies, and treasurer of the Marlborough Rugby Union, of which he is also a vice-president. In his day, he was a good short distance runner and footballer. He has been a member of the Blenheim Borough Council and Hospital Board, and president of the Marlborough Dog and Poultry Association.
The Cyclopedia of New Zealand [Nelson, Marlborough & Westland Provincial Districts] 1906.




OBITUARY.
Robert Hellyer Priddle.
The King of Terrors has claimed another victim in the person of Captain R. H. Priddle, of the Grosvenor Hotel, who breathed his last at the age of 53, at his private residence in Arthur Street, this morning, at about nine o'clock. The end had not been unexpected, in fact, had been anticipated hourly for nearly a week, and these conditions will emolliate, but not mitigate the general regret which will be felt for the departure of one whose worth of character had gained for him the most widespread and best of regards, and of whom it may truly be said he could not point to one enemy.

Captain Priddle had lived in Blenheim for 13 years [i.e. since about 1881], and, though he took no active part in public matters, showing rather a retiring disposition, he was universally held in high estimation, his integrity of purpose and qualities of mind and heart establishing him a large circle of friends of all classes. The genial captain had been confined to the House for the last ten weeks on account of rheumatic gout, from which he had suffered for some five years towards the end congestion of the lungs supervened and was the direct cause of death.

Deceased was a native of Devonshire, and was born at Torbay in the year 1841. At the early age of eleven [1852] he entered the merchant service as apprentice on board a sailing vessel trading in the Mediterranean fruit industry. At the age of twenty-one [1862] he successfully passed his examination as a master mariner, and his services were so highly appreciated by his employers that he was at once appointed to the command of a brig called the "Jane Goodyear." After a time he decided to quit the hardships and trials of the fruit trade, and bought a share in a barquentine named the "Ann Wheaton" of which he obtained the captaincy, and then settled down to an easier life of trading all over the world, sometimes remaining from the Old Country for a period of three or four years.

After returning from one of his long cruises he disposed of his share in the vessel and became sole owner of a sister ship called the "Ocean Ranger" with which he touched at almost every country on the globe, and gained the distinction of taking the first English vessel into the port of Acchin.

During his nineteen years as master he never experienced a single mishap either to vessel or men. He came to New Zealand in 1880 with a general cargo from New York for Lyttleton and Auckland, but on reaching the former port, he was so impressed with the future of this colony that he resolved to retire from the sea and settle down. He chartered two small schooners to take on the Auckland portion of the cargo, and sold his vessel to Mr C. W. Turner, of Christchurch, who afterwards employed her in the Capetown and Mauritius trade.

The "Ocean Ranger" is still coasting in Australian waters. Captain Laycock who was drowned from the steamer Barrabool a short time ago, served his apprenticeship under the old captain. Captain Priddle came from Lyttelton here in March 1881 and purchased the Grosvenor Hotel, then in the occupation of Mr Andrew Casey. He leaves a widow and nine children, to mourn his loss.

Mr R. F. Priddle in the employment of the firm of Clouston and Co. is the eldest son of the deceased. Captain Priddle was an onlooker at the destruction by fire a few months ago of the old Grosvenor Hotel, to which he had effected many improvements. He suffered a considerable pecuniary loss on that occasion, but with commendable enterprise commenced immediately the erection of the handsome edifice which has just been completed; and it is a matter of regret that he never had the pleasure of seeing the new building, his demise occurring simultaneously with the final development of his new hostelry.

The captain was a model publican, and kept his house in a manner the orderliness of which was much reputed, and gained him the respect of all parties. He was a liberal patron of athletic and other institutions tending to moral and physical improvement, and in this respect his demise will be much deplored. His kindliness of disposition is well known, and there are many who have reason to remember his benevolence and charity, which was unostentatious, and dispensed to a larger extent than was apparent.

To the family of Captain Priddle we tender our sincere sympathy. The funeral takes place at 2.30 p.m. tomorrow.

Marlborough Express, Volume XXX, Issue 254, 30 October 1894, Page 3


 "Bob Priddle"
Robert Frederick Charles Priddle was the son of Captain Robert Hellyer Priddle.
Photograph by Macey, Market Place, Blenheim N.Z.
reverse inscription "Bob Priddle"
Robert Frederick Charles Priddle was the son of Captain Robert Hellyer Priddle.
Photograph by Macey, Market Place, Blenheim N.Z.

reverse inscription "Bob Priddle"
Robert Frederick Charles Priddle was the son of Captain Robert Hellyer Priddle.
Photograph by Macey, Market Place, Blenheim N.Z.


"Click Priddle"
photograph by Oakley's Studio, Blenheim

"Click Priddle"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

"Click & Marion Priddle nee Benning"
William Charles Hellyer Priddle married Marion Edith Benning in 1921
photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim


"Bill Agar, Click Priddle, Marion (Priddle), Bert Parris, Ciss Priddle"
reverse inscribed "With Best Wishes from Marion & Click"
William Michael Agar, William Charles Hellyer Priddle, Marion Edith Benning, Cecily Monica Priddle, others not known.
William Charles Hellyer Priddle married Marion Edith Benning in 1921
photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim




"Priddle Family
Robert, Click, Ciss, Poll"
Robert Frederick Charles Priddle, William Charles Hellyer Priddle, Cecily Monica Priddle and Mary Ann Norton.
 Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim

"Click Priddle" and " Yours truly Willie"
William Charles Hellyer Priddle, known as "Click" was the son of Robert Frederick Charles Priddle and Mary Ann Norton.
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim

"Mary Ann (Poll) Norton later Priddle"Mary Ann Norton married Robert Frederick Charles Priddle, she was the mother of "Click" Priddle.
Photograph by Mence & Bell.
"Click Priddle"
William Charles Hellyer Priddle, known as "Click" was the son of Robert Frederick Charles Priddle and Mary Ann Norton.
Photographer Mence & Bell.


"Click Priddle"
William Charles Hellyer Priddle, known as "Click" was the son of Robert Frederick Charles Priddle and Mary Ann Norton.
Photographer not known, possibly Charles Chinn, Grove Road, Blenheim. This photograph may have been taken at the same time as the Charles Chinn photograph below.

"Click Priddle W. C. H."
William Charles Hellyer Priddle, known as "Click" was the son of Robert Frederick Charles Priddle and Mary Ann Norton.
Photograph by Charles Chinn, Grove Road, Blenheim.

"Click Priddle"
William Charles Hellyer Priddle, known as "Click" was the son of Robert Frederick Charles Priddle and Mary Ann Norton.
Photographer not known.

reverse inscription "Click Priddle"
William Charles Hellyer Priddle, known as "Click" was the son of Robert Frederick Charles Priddle and Mary Ann Norton.
Photograph by Macey, Market Place, Blenheim.
no inscription
possibly Cecily Monica Priddle the daughter of Robert Frederick Charles Priddle and Mary Ann Norton.
Photograph by Macey, Market Place, Blenheim.
"Click & Marion Priddle & family. Peggy (Zoe), Shirley, Annette"
Photographer not known.



"June Adams, Shirley Priddle, Peggy Priddle, Annette Priddle".Photographer not known.

reverse inscription "Ciss Priddle, Marion Priddle"
Cecily Monica Priddle and her sister-in-law Marion Edith Priddle nee Benning.
photograph by Electric Studio, 80 Manners Street, Wellington, Telephone 4223
photographer's reference number 6306.
reverse inscription "with Love Peg (Zoe) Priddle later Corskie B. H.Sc."
 Zoe Benning Priddle was the daughter of William Charles Hellyer Priddle and Marion Edith Benning
Photograph by Pattillo, Dunedin.


"Zoe Benning Priddle"
 Zoe Benning Priddle was the daughter of William Charles Hellyer Priddle and Marion Edith Benning
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.
reverse inscription "Ciss Priddle"
photographer H. S. Litchfield, Blenheim.

"Yours Lovingly Ciss"
reverse inscription "Ciss (Cecilia) Priddle later Agar"
Photographer not known

"Yours Lovingly Ciss Agar"reverse inscription "Gran"
Cecily Monica Priddle
Photographer not known.

"Ciss Agar nee Priddle"
Photograper not known.
"Bill Agar"
Photograper not known.

"Aunty Ada Horton"
Ada Florence Priddle married William Henry Horton in 1907
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.
"Yours Sincerely Ciss Priddle. Mrs Ciss Agar."
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

"Ciss Priddle"
Photograph by Arthur John McCusker - Blenheim.

"Priddle home"

"Priddle Home"
reverse inscription "Priddle Home, Springlands"



Marlborough Express, Volume LIII, Issue 242, 13 October 1919, Page 8



"Ciss Agar? nee Priddle"
Photograph by Marie Dean, 126 Cuba Street, Wellington
"Yours sincerely Ciss & Bill Agar"
Photographer's name not legiable.



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