The Daily Southern Cross
The following extract (1) dated 8th April 1893 - is about the union (marriage) between Edward (Ted) Sherson and Alice (Alley) Lendrum)
(daughter of Robert and Mary (Elliott) Lendrum))
Also mentioned is Maud Lendrum (daughter of George and Isabella (Bassett) Lendrum)
Hawera & Normanby Star, 27 December 1924
Mr Ted Sherson, of the 'A" Battery, and Miss Lendrum, of Auckland, are to enter into the bonds of matrimony on Good Friday. We hope the gallant sergeant will acquit himself upon this trying occasion with that nerve and coolness which has characterised him in the battery. Congratulations ! #
Taken from the local paper "Wanganui Notes" - 22nd. April 1939
Honeyfield - Lendrum
The following extract (2) is about the union (marriage) between Richard Ward and Sarah Froude
Recorded here because a Mr. Willlie Blomfield (best man ) and a Miss Lendrum (bridsmard) attended the wedding.
In the paper of the 27th September 1873 (3) a Mr. Lendrum was thrown from his horse.
George Lendrum (who came to New Zealand in 1862 - sometime after established stables a coach business in Queen Street
Could this be the same Lendrum?
Cruelty to a horse: (4) a story involving a Mr. George Lendrum.
The death of Edward Coleman: dated 28thMay 1870 (5)
The body found by a Mr. George Lendrum.
The Durham Street Row: dated January.1871 (5)
Mr. George Lendrum again was on the scene.
The death of Robert Lendrum - brother of George Lendrum and sons of Andrew and Mary Lendrum
Auckland Star: dated 19/8/1895
FIRST JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP.
WON BY PONSONBY
The final match between the Newton and Ponsonby second fifteens in connection with the First Junior Championship was played on Saturday at Epsom, and resulted in a win for Ponsonby by 18 points to nil. For the winners a try each was scored by Griffin, Graham, Merrith and Lendrum, and Masefield converted three of the tries into goals. Of the individual play, Lendrum is deserving of first mention, as he played a good sterling game and made many openings. Of the others, Kelly, Meemield, "Upton and Edwards among the backs, and Graham, Cooke, Merribo and Griffiths among too forwards all played good games, while Kelly, Wilson and the centre-half figured conspicuously of the Newton backs, and the brothers Farrell, Bach and Walker of the forwards. By this win, Ponsonby conclude their career this season with 10 wins and 1 draw out of 11 matches played.
Thames Star; dated 28th May 1900.
Ponsonby v Suburbs - Ponsonby won by eighteen points to nil. Three tries to Lendrum - Rylance converted all three.
Thames Star; dated 11th July 1904.
Auckland v Wairoa: Lendrum in reserves.
Recored in the West Coast Times 18th July 1902
Observer - Date May 1909
An extremely pretty wedding was celebrated at All Souls' Church, Devonport, on 2Lst April, when Mr Albert Cullen, second son of Police- Inspector Cullen, of Auckland, was married to Misa Ani Neighbour,, of Devonport. The bride looked charming in a beautiful gown of white radium silk, with pretty rinked sleeves, and transparent yoke, and tastefully designed skirt. She wore the orthodox veil and orange blossoms, and carried a lovely shower bouquet. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr A. Neighbour, and her sister, Miss Inez Neighbour, acted as bridesmaid, gowned in creme ninon de soie, made in modified Empire style, with a creme silk Merry Widow hat She also carried a shower bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr Syd Lendrum acted as best man. The bridegroom's gifts to the bride and bridesmaids were sets of sable furs.
Thomas Bassett Lendrum
Sir CAHN'S touring Cricket team
West Coast Times: dated 7/9/1905
Mr James Lendrum, an old and respected resident of the Golds-borough district, and a recipient of tho Old Age Pension, burst a blood vessel of the brain on Saturday morning, and was removed to the Kumara Hospital where be died on Monday morning. The deceased was a native of the County Derry, Ireland, and was a colonist of many years standing. He carried on the occupation of mining at Stafford, having been a ? with Messrs Mitchell and Teaguo. About 14 years ago he severed his connection with the party, and subsequently went to Sawyer's Paradise, Golds-boruugh, where he worked on the Government ? until about three years ago.
Golds-borough was a mining township in the Hokitika / Stafford district, South Island, New Zealand.
Results: 1999 Queen's Head Fun Runs
816 Kathy Lendrum
City of Wellington Marathon and Half Marathon, Evans Bay
Commander in the St Johns