Person Index

Hancock, Amy Matilda

Amy Matilda Hancock
b: 1877
d: 1972
Biography
Birth Details
1877/7213, Amy Matilda Hancock, Mother: Emma Jane, Father: Tom

Evening Post 22 December 1885
The Schools
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TAITA SCHOOL.
The prizes awarded to the children of the above school were distributed on Friday last by the Chairman (Mr. R. Mellow), in the presence of the teachers and the following members of the School Committee:- Messrs. W. Cleland, S. Death, J. Harris, W. S Milne, and J. H. Ross. After a few appropriate remarks, the Chairman proceeded to distribute the prizes, addressing a few words of congratulation to each of the prize-takers as they came up. The following is the prize-list: Standard VI.- Ernest Pike, Agnes Drummond, Laura Pinny, Arabella Welch. Standard V.- Forbes Johnston, Hipzibah Fisk Standard IV.- Ernest Bodman, Harry Edwards, Francis Fisk, Ada Welch. Standard III.- Norman Bodman, George Boyd Frank Clement, Frank Death, William Death, William Fisk, Isaac James, William Meager, Horace Meager, Emma Barlow, Minnie Hancock, Allison Johnston, Nellie Mabey, Ellen Martin, Ilma Ross, Jane Wright. Standard II.- Charles Drummond, Edwin Edwards, Jack King, George Hancock, George Haywood, Albert Peck, Geo Russell, Marjore (sic) Duck, Eliza Duck, Katie Russell, Agnes Russell, Hettie Russell, Jane Stevenson, Maria Webb. Standard I.- John Fisk, Edward Rouse, Herbert Tilbury, George Wright, Charles Watson, Sophia Burt, Ethel Burt, Amy Death, Amy Hancock, Alice James, Connie Mellow, Minnie Russell, Maggie Ross. Special prizes were awarded to Laura Pinny and Alick (sic) Ross, for being the most popular and best-behaved girl and boy in the school. This decision was arrived at by vote, the girls voting for Laura Pinny, and the boys for Alick Ross The distribution having been made, the children sang " Home Sweat Home" with great taste. The head teacher, Mr. Johnston, entertained the children to a tea at 5 p.m., to which ample justice was done. After games, &c, they proceeded homeward, evidently delighted with their evening''s outing. An entertainment was also given by the same gentleman in the evening; to the heads of families and young people in the district. After having spent a very pleasant evening the company broke up at 12.30 a.m. At the examination of the school on the 16th October, out of 60 presented 53 passed, which may be considered very satisfactory.

Marriage Details
1898/502, Bride: Amy Matilda Hancock, Groom: Thomas Herbert Webb

Death Details
1972/36590, Amy Matilda Webb, Date of Birth: 23 September 1877
Facts
  • 1877 - Birth -
  • 1972 - Death -
Ancestors
   
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Tom Hancock
1850 - 10 JUL 1915
  
  
  
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Family Group Sheet - Child
PARENT (M) Tom Hancock
Birth1850
Death10 JUL 1915
Marriageto Ellen Jane Unknown
Father?
Mother?
PARENT (F) Ellen Jane Unknown
Birth
Death
Marriageto Tom Hancock
Father?
Mother?
CHILDREN
MFrederick William Hancock
Birth1883
Death23 JAN 1927
Marriage20 MAY 1908to Ethel Jane White
FAmy Matilda Hancock
Birth1877
Death1972
Marriage1898to Thomas Herbert Webb
MHarry Alban Hancock
Birth1879
Death
MGeorge John Hancock
Birth1876
Death1963
FFlorence Sarah Hancock
Birth1885
Death
MFrank Hancock
Birth1887
Death
MEdward Tom Hancock
Birth1881
Death
Family Group Sheet - Spouse
PARENT (M) Thomas Herbert Webb
Birth
Death
Marriage1898to Amy Matilda Hancock
Father?
Mother?
PARENT (F) Amy Matilda Hancock
Birth1877
Death1972
Marriage1898to Thomas Herbert Webb
FatherTom Hancock
MotherEllen Jane Unknown
CHILDREN
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