FLAVEL, Joseph

Joseph Flavel
[or Joseph Flavell]
12 Chester Street, Christchurch.
Joseph Flavell was later a painter and paperhanger
Previously worked for H. Gamble & Co.
 Star, Issue 5750, 15 October 1886

Wise´s New Zealand Post Office Directory



A unnamed man photographed by Joseph Flavel, Christchurch
purchased November 2021

Joseph Flavel or Joseph Flavell born 1864, reg 1864/6790 son of Elizabeth and Henry Flavel, died 19 October 1940 aged 76 years, reg. 1940/19714, married 5 January 1889 Baptist Church, Oxford Terrace, Christchurch by the Rev. Dallison, Eliza Jane McCausland born about 1867, Tyrone, Northern Ireland, daughter of Robert McCausland and Mary Robinson, died 10 July 1935 Christchurch.
1. Joseph Henry Flavel born 26 October 1889 Christchurch, reg. 1889/13857, died
27 August 1946 Christchurch,
married 10 March 1921 Durham Street Methodist Church, Christchurch by Rev. William Ready, reg. 1921/946 Mary Hall Lamont
2. Harriet Mary Flavell born 21 November 1894 Christchurch, reg. 1894/14598, died 30 November 1975 Christchurch, married 1916, reg. 1916/8733 Reginald Charles Schultz
3. Catherine Lucy Flavell born 7 February 1897 Christchurch, reg. 1897/2723, died 3 July 1924 Christchurch Hospital, married 4 March 1920 Durham Street Methodist Church, Christchurch by Rev. W. Baumber, reg. 1920/2884 [as Lucy Catherine Flavell], Percy Sampson
4. Leslie Huia Flavell [glass beveller] born 21 July 1899 Christchurch, reg. 1899/7720, died 27 October 1949 Christchurch, married 1923, reg. 1923/1610 Muriel Genet, daughter of Ada Genet and Edward William Genet
5. Ruby May Flavell born 19 March 1901 Christchurch, reg. 1901/9251, died 28 November 1977 Christchurch, married 1924, reg. 1924/6610 Percy Sampson
6. Robert John Flavel born 29 November 1904 Christchurch, reg. 1905/11251, died 15 December 1980 Christchurch, married 1927, reg. 1927/1012 Phoebe Elizabeth Vincent

Flavell - Lamont. A wedding was solemnised in Durham Street Methodist Church on Thursday, March 10. The contracting parties being Mr Joseph Henry Flavell, eldest son of Mr and Mrs J. Flavell, of Merivale, and Miss Mary Hall Lamont, eldest daughter of Mr William Lamont, of Addington. The Rev. William Ready performed the ceremony. The bride entered the church on the arm or her brother, Mr Alfred Lamont, a returned soldier, who subsequently gave her away. Mr Leslie Huia Flavell, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man, and Mr George Lamont, brother of the bride, as groomsman. Miss Helen Lamont, sister of the bride, was chief bridesmaid, and Miss Ruby May Flavell, sister of the bridegroom, second bridesmaid. After the ceremony, the guests were entertained at a wedding breakfast at the Cadena. Afterwards, the bride and bridegroom left for the North Island, where the honeymoon is being spent.
Star (Christchurch), Issue 16380, 19 March 1921, Page 6
A pretty wedding took place recently at the Durham Street Methodist Church, the contracting parties, being Mr Percy Sampson, a returned soldier, and Miss Catherine Lucy Flavell, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Flavell, of Merivale. Mr Sampson left with the Twenty-first Reinforcements and went through all engagements up till the time the Armistice was signed. He was also in the army of occupation in Germany.
Lyttelton Times, Volume CXVIII, Issue 18362, 20 March 1920, Page 4

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