Person Index

Peck, John

John Peck
b: 1845
d: 6 JUN 1922
Biography
Hutt Valley Cemetery Record John Peck, Date: 6 Jun 1922, Taita Old Monumental, Lower Hutt, Monumental Inscriptions, Reference: 3582
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Burial Record Date: 8 Jun 1922, Vol 1

Evening Post 6 June 1922
PECK.- On the 6th June, 1922, at his residence, Main-road, Lower Hutt, John Peck, dearly beloved husband of Annie Peck; aged 77 years. At rest
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Evening Post 7 June 1922
FUNERAL NOTICE
THE Friends of the late John Peck are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave his late Residence, Main-road, Blackbridge, Lower Hutt, To-morrow (Thursday), 8th June, at 2.30 p.m., for Taita Cemetery.
J. R. CROFT, Undertaker.
Tel. 3621 (3 rings). Hutt and Petone.
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LOYAL ROSE OF THE VALLEY LODGE, I.O.O.F., M.U.
THE Members of the above Lodge and Visiting Members are invited to attend the Funeral of our late Bro. John Peck, which will leave his late Residence, Main-rd., Lower Hutt, on Thursday, the 8th of June, at 2 o''clock.
GEORGE A. HALL, Secretary.

Evening Post 8 June 1922
Mr. John Peck, who died yesterday at Lower Hutt at the age of 77 years, was one of the oldest settlers in the Hutt Valley, haying been born at Petone. He leaves a widow, aged 73 years, but no family. He had been a member of the Oddfellows'' Lodge for fifty years. Years ago he was gardener to the late Dr. Wilford, father of Mr. T. M. Wilford, M.P., and later a member of the Lower Hutt Borough Council staff. Mr. J. M. Churchouse, lately councillor on the Petone Borough Council, and now of Carterton, is his nephew. The funeral took place to-day.

Evening Post 10 June 1922
BEREAVEMENT NOTICES
THANKS
MRS. J. PECK and Mr. and Mrs. H. MUDGWAY desire to thank all kind friends for floral tributes and messages of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement.

Evening Post 6 June 1923
PECK.- In sad but loving memory of our dear father, John Peck, who departed this life on the 6th June, 1922.
Sweet is the word "Remembrance."
Inserted by Violet and Heber and family.
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PECK.- In loving memory of John Peck (grandfather), who departed this life on the 6th June, 1922.
Inserted by M.C.

Probate John Peck, Place: Lower Hutt, Occ: Labourer, AAOM 6029 32529, Filed: 26/7/1922, Intestate, Archives NZ, Wellington

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Death Details
1923/4722, Annie Rebecca Peck, Aged: 73Y

Hutt Valley Cemetery Record Annie Peck, Date: 12 Apr 1923, Taita Old Monumental, Lower Hutt, Monumental Inscriptions, Reference: 3582
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Burial Record Annie Rebecca Peck, Date: 14 Apr 1923, Vol 1

Evening Post 12 April 1923
PECK.- On the 12th April, 1923, Annie Rebeccah (sic) Peck, wife of the late John Peck, Blackbridge, Lower Hutt. Deeply regretted.
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Evening Post 13 April 1923
PECK.- On the 12th April, 1923, at Blackbridge, Lower Hutt, Annie Rebecca Peck, dearly beloved wife of the late John Peck; aged 73 years. At rest.
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FUNERAL NOTICE
THE Friends of the late Annie Rebecca Peck are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave her late residence, Blackbridge, Lower Hutt, Saturday, 14th April, 1923, at 2 p.m., for Taita Cemetery.
J. R. CROFT,
Undertaker, Hutt and Petone.
Tel. 3621 (3 rings)

Probate Annie Rebecca Peck, Place: Lower Hutt, Occ: Widow, AAOM 6029 33584, Filed: 24/4/1923, Will, Archives NZ, Wellington

Evening Post 16 April 1923
BEREAVEMENT NOTICES
THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. H. MUDGWAY and Family and MISS M. CHURCHOUSE tender their sincere thanks to all kind relatives and friends for their messages of sympathy and floral tributes during their recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to Nurse Driscoll and Dr. Dudley.

Evening Post 12 April 1924
IN MEMORIAM
PECK.- In loving memory of Annie Peck (Grannie), who departed this life on the 12th April, 1923
Remembrance.
Inserted by N. (sic) and A. de Lisle.
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PECK.- In fond and loving memory of Annie Peck (Granny), who departed this life on the 1th April, 1923.
"Remembrance."
Inserted by V. and H. Mudgway

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Trying to work out the connection between John and Annie Peck and the Churchouse family
John Peck Obt mentions J M should be J L Churchouse is a newphew and there is a N and A de Lisle mentioned in Annie Peck''s memoriam notice

found Mary Churchouse marrying
Marriage Details
1923/3054, Bride: Mary Erina Churchouse, Groom: Arthur Haldamond de Lisle

Evening Post 12 April 1924
IN MEMORIAM
PECK.- In loving memory of Annie Peck (Grannie), who departed this life on the 12th April, 1923
Remembrance.
Inserted by N. (sic) and A. de Lisle.
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PECK.- In fond and loving memory of Annie Peck (Granny), who departed this life on the 1th April, 1923.
"Remembrance."
Inserted by V. and H. Mudgway

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Evening Post 6 June 1923
PECK.- In sad but loving memory of our dear father, John Peck, who departed this life on the 6th June, 1922.
Sweet is the word "Remembrance."
Inserted by Violet and Heber and family.
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PECK.- In loving memory of John Peck (grandfather), who departed this life on the 6th June, 1922.
Inserted by M.C.
- could this be Mary Churchouse?


Birth Details
1871/237, Victor Edgar Argyle Churchouse, Mother: Jane, Father: William Rufus

Marriage Details
1896/4556, Bride: Helen Waite, Groom: Victor Edgar Argyle Churchouse

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Birth Details
1897/10488, Olive Henrietta Churchouse, Mother: Nellie, Father: Victor Edgar Argyle

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Birth Details
1902/2738, Mary Erina Churchouse, Mother: Nellie, Father: Victor Edgar Argyle


Marriage Details
1923/3054, Bride: Mary Erina Churchouse, Groom: Arthur Haldamond de Lisle

Evening Post 8 June 1923
The wedding was recently solemnised at St. Anne''s Church, Northland, by the Rev. Edwin Jones, of Miss Mary Erina Churchouse, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. Churchouse, of Wellington, to Mr. Arthur Haldamond de Lisle, only son of Mrs. E. de Lisle, late of Levin, but now residing in Wellington. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a becoming delicate grey costume with silver edgings, and a hat finished with silver and blue trimmings to match. Her shower bouquet was of pink and white roses and maidenhair ferns, with streamers of pink tulle and silk ribbons. Miss Gladys Churchouse was the bridesmaid. She wore blue velvet with fox fur trimmings. Her bouquet was of pink carnations, roses, and asparagus fern, finished with silver horse shoes and blue gauze ribbon. Mr. Leonard C. Hughes was best man. A pleasant convivial reception was held in St. Anne''s Hall. Regret was expressed on behalf of local sporting, literary, and legal circles at the gap which would be created by the bridegroom''s departure from this district. After the reception Mr. and Mrs. de Lisle were farewelled as they left on their Northern tour. Guests and friends then adjourned to "Harbour View," the residence of the bride''s parents where music and dancing concluded the day''s gaiety.

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Birth Details
1904/2257, Gladys Victoria Churchouse, Mother: Nellie, Father: Victor Edgar Argyle

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Evening Post 8 December 1902
CHURCHOUSE.- On the 6th December, at the Wellington Hospital, Sydney William Rufus, eldest son of the late William Rufus Churchouse, A.C. Force, aged 35 years. At Rest.
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FUNERAL NOTICE
THE Friends of the late Mr. Sydney William R Churchouse (Howard) are respecfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave Crawford-terrace, To-morrow, Tuesday, 9th December, 1902, at 1.30 p.m., for Karori Cemetery.
E. MORRIS, Jun.,
Sanitary Undertaker,
Telphone 937
10, Taranaki-st.

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Evening Post 5 May 1917
Rifleman Jack Churchouse, son of Mr. J. Churchouse, of Petone, who left with the 1st Battalion of Lord Liverpool''s Own, was shot in the head, just above the left eye, in the Battle of the Somme early in July. He was removed to the hospital and the bullet was extracted. The doctor presented Rflmn. Churchouse with the bullet that had so nearly caused death and by last mail Rflmn. Churchouse sent, it out to his father, mounted, with silver as a souvenir. Rflmn. Churchouse has fully recovered from his injuries and is at present in the firing line in France.

Evening Post 2 January 1924
NEW ZEALAND ROLL OF HONOUR.
DEATH.
CHURCHOUSE.— On the 1st January, 1924, at the Masterton Hospital, after a long illness. Rifleman Henry John (Jack) Churchouse, 23/709, 1st Battalion, eldest beloved son of James and Harriet Churchouse, Carterton (late of Petone); aged 20 years.

Evening Post 4 November 1925
WAITE.- On the 3rd November, 1925, at Greytown, Mary Ann, relict of the late Mr. H. Waite, Morrison''s Buch, Greytown, and mother of Mrs. V. Churchouse, Harbour View road, Northland, after a long illness; aged 86 years.


Evening Post 8 June 1922
Mr. John Peck, who died yesterday at Lower Hutt at the age of 77 years, was one of the oldest settlers in the Hutt Valley, haying been born at Petone. He leaves a widow, aged 73 years, but no family. He had been a member of the Oddfellows'' Lodge for fifty years. Years ago he was gardener to the late Dr. Wilford, father of Mr. T. M. Wilford, M.P., and later a member of the Lower Hutt Borough Council staff. Mr. J. M. Churchouse, lately councillor on the Petone Borough Council, and now of Carterton, is his nephew. The funeral took place to-day.
- NOTE NO J. M. CHURCHOUSE DID FIND J. L. CHURCHOUSE
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Death Details
1932/5175, James Llewellyn Churchouse, Aged: 62Y - so born circa 1870
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Evening Post 17 April 1917
mentions James Llewellyn Churchouse as being nominated as Candidates for the office of Councillors for the Borough of Petone

Evening Post 30 January 1922
Mr. J. L. Churchouse, who was recently transferred from Petone to Carterton, was last evening entertained by the Petone branch of the Labour Party, which he represented on the Petone Borough Council. On behalf of the paty Mr. A. Longbottom presented Mr. and Mrs. Churchouse each with a morris chair.

Evening Post 16 April 1923
BEREAVEMENT NOTICES
THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. H. MUDGWAY and Family and MISS M. CHURCHOUSE tender their sincere thanks to all kind relatives and friends for their messages of sympathy and floral tributes during their recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to Nurse Driscoll and Dr. Dudley.

Evening Post 25 June 1928
A wedding of much local interest took place at St. Mark''s Church., Carterton, on Wednesday, when Eva Bolette, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jensen, of "Riverdale," Waihakeke, was married to Claence James, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Churchouse, of Carterton, The bridegroom is a prominent member of the Carterton senior Rugby team. The bride, who was accompanied by her father, was in a dainty frock of cream chenille, with silk fringe and pearl trimming. Her embroidered veil was worn with a coronet of pearls and orange blossom, and her bouquet was of frecsias, carnations, and maidenhair fern. The bridesmaids were Misses May Churchhouse (chief), who was in lavender georgette, made with a scolloped hem with picot frills; Grace Jackson (Gladstone), in maize georgette with chenille trimming; Mary Jensen, green georgette; Margaret Gustofson, pink georgette. The frocks were made to match. Each bridesmaid wore a head dress of tinsel, trimming to tone, and carried a bouquet of rosebuds to match the frock. Little Cherry Robinson was a flower-girl and train-bearer, Wearing pale blue georgette trimmed with, rosebuds, and with a spray of freesias and rosebuds. As the bride left the church she was presented with a lucky horseshoe by little Leith Kingston. Mr. Ralph P. Taucher was best man, and the groomsman was Mr. Lancelot Churchouse. The Rev. W. Raine officiated, and Mr. W. G. Thomas played the Wedding March. Mrs. Jensen was in brown chenille with fawn trimming and hat. Mrs. J. L. Churchouse wore black crepe de chine with Oriental trimmings and hat to match, and each carried a bouquet of autumn leaves and flowers. A reception was held at the King''s Theatre, where 300 guests were entertained. The hall was artistically decorated, a beautiful wedding bell being a feature. Many handsome gifts, including cheques, were presented to the newly-married couple. The bride and bridegroom left by motor, the bride wearing a brown and fawn costume, a hat trimmed with red and brown, and a fox fur. A delightful dance was given in the evening to finish the wedding party.

Evening Post 13 February 1932
A wide circle of friends will deeply regret the death of Miss Doris May Churchouse, which occurred suddenly this week in a private hospital in Wellington. Miss Churchouse was the second, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. Churchouse, of Woburn road, Northland, and had been for nearly seventeen years on the staff of the General Post Office, Wellington. Her death was the result of shock following an accident during the Christmas holidays.

Evening Post 9 May 1932
MR. J. L. CHURCHOUSE
The death occurred at the residence, Victoria street, Carterton, on, Saturday evening, of Mr. James Llewellyn Churchouse, president of the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, after a trying illness. The late Mr. Churchouse, who was 62 years of age, was born in Auckland in 1870, being a son of Sergeant-Major W. R. Churchouse, of the Armed Constabulary. His youth was chiefly spent in Lower Hutt, and he was educated at the Hutt Valley School. He joined the New Zealand Railways in 1900 as a surfaceman, and some six years later was promoted to ganger. In 1908, he was elected a delagate to the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants'' Council, and he had represented his branch at their conferences each year since then. In 1926 he was elected president of the society, and had held this position for the past six years.
Mr. Churchouse was always actively interested in public matters. In various districts he served on borough councils and school committees. He was for nine years a member of the Petone Borough Council, and for ten years of the Carterton Borough Council. He possessed a genial nature, and was keenly interested in all classes of sport.
He is survived by a widow, two sons, and four-daughters. They are James and Lance, Carterton; Mrs. C. Savill and Miss Mary Churchouse, Carterton; Mrs. J. Sandford, Paekakariki; and Mrs. F. L. Histed, of Broadway, Miramar. One son, Jack, predeceased him a victim of injuries received in the Great War.

Evening Post 19 March 1935
CHURCHOUSE.- On March 19, 1935, at her residence, Victoria Street, Carterton, Harriet, wife of the late J. L. Churchouse, and beloved sister of Mrs. V. Churchouse, Wellington. Deeply regretted.

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Auckland War Museum Cenotaph Database Records
Full Name Henry Churchouse
Forename(s) Henry
Surname Churchouse
War World War I, 1914-1918
Serial No. 23/709
First Known Rank Rifleman
Next of Kin James Churchouse (father), Petone, New Zealand
Marital Status Single
Enlistment Address 39 George Street, Masterton, New Zealand
Military District Wellington
Body on Embarkation 1st Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade
Embarkation Unit C Company
Embarkation Date 9 October 1915
Place of Embarkation Wellington, New Zealand
Transport HMNZT 30
HMNZT 31
HMNZT 32
HMNZT 33
HMNZT 34
Vessel Maunganui or Tahiti or Aparima or Navua or Warrimoo
Destination Suez, Egypt
Page on Nominal Roll 125
Archives NZ source Military personnel file
Sources Used Nominal Rolls of New Zealand Expeditionary Force Volume I. Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1914-1919
Facts
  • 1845 - Birth -
  • 6 JUN 1922 - Death -
Ancestors
   
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Daniel Peck
1810 - 4 AUG 1887
  
  
  
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John Peck
1845 - 6 JUN 1922
  
 
  
 
 
Elizabeth Gaskin
1813 - 8 JUL 1877
  
  
  
 
Family Group Sheet - Child
PARENT (M) Daniel Peck
Birth1810
Death4 AUG 1887
Marriage1833to Elizabeth Gaskin at Kent, England
Father?
Mother?
PARENT (F) Elizabeth Gaskin
Birth1813
Death8 JUL 1877
Marriage1833to Daniel Peck at Kent, England
FatherJohn Gaskin
MotherHannah Unknown
CHILDREN
FEllen Peck
Birth1844
Death20 MAY 1906
Marriage1862to John Pilcher
MSamuel Peck
Birth1850
Death23 MAR 1931
Marriage1874to Fanny Stent
FElizabeth Peck
Birth1855
Death12 OCT 1943
Marriage1873to Thomas Minogue
FMary Ann Peck
Birth1834
Death20 JUN 1901
Marriage1850to Edward Elliott
MGeorge Peck
Birth1847
Death16 DEC 1930
Marriage1876to Elizabeth Barnes
Marriageto Mary Manu Unknown
MRichard Peck
Birth1836
Death17 DEC 1903
Marriage1860to Elizabeth Gaskin
MJohn Peck
Birth1845
Death6 JUN 1922
Marriage1871to Annie Rebecca Brown
MCharles Peck
Birth1838
Death28 MAY 1901
Marriage1866to Anne Gaskin
FCaroline Peck
Birth1842
Death27 JUL 1919
Marriage1857to Edward Hall
FCharlotte Peck
Birth1847
Death15 AUG 1910
Marriage1866to George Davison
MDaniel Peck
Birth1833
DeathDied In England
FHannah Peck
Birth1840
DeathDied Shortly After Arriving In New Zealand In 1841
MThomas Peck
Birth1841
DeathDied Young In New Zealand
MWilliam Peck
Birth1852
DeathDied Young In New Zealand
Family Group Sheet - Spouse
PARENT (M) John Peck
Birth1845
Death6 JUN 1922
Marriage1871to Annie Rebecca Brown
FatherDaniel Peck
MotherElizabeth Gaskin
PARENT (F) Annie Rebecca Brown
Birth1850
Death12 APR 1923
Marriage1871to John Peck
Father?
Mother?
CHILDREN
FViolet Henrietta Peck
Birth1886
Death13 AUG 1955
Marriage1904to Heber Mudgway
Descendancy Chart
John Peck b: 1845 d: 6 JUN 1922
Annie Rebecca Brown b: 1850 d: 12 APR 1923
Violet Henrietta Peck b: 1886 d: 13 AUG 1955
Heber Mudgway b: 28 MAR 1884 d: 22 SEP 1960
John Raymond Mudgway b: 1906 d: 1973
Herbert Malcolm Mudgway b: 1909 d: 1984
Herbert Eric Craven b: 1906 d: 1976
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