Husband: Joseph Patchett
Born: 04 APR 1848 in Muston, Leicestershire, England
Died: 22 MAY 1892 in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Father: John Patchett
Mother: Elizabeth Dring
Spouses:

Notes:

<p>arrived in New Zealand on the Gainsborough which left Plymouth on 3 November 1877</p><p>!LABOURER WHEN THEIR SON REUBEN WAS BORN - REUBEN'S 755 BIRTH CERTIFICATE</p><p>SIGHTED BY DEBORAH 19 APRIL 1988 LOWER HUTT REGISTRAR BRTHS, DEATHS, AND</p><p>MARRIAGES - CANNOT READ ADDRESS PROPERLY BUT LOOKS LIKE SOMETHING ALFRED</p><p>STREET, BLENHEIM</p><p>PHOTOCOPY OF BIRTH CERT HELD BY DEBORAH</p><p>MUST NOT HAVE BEEN ABLE TO WRITE AS HIS SIGNATURE WAS NOTED BY HIS MARK</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>1861 Census returns</p><p>RG 9 2349 / Folder. 59. / Pages 9 and 10</p><p>Leicestershire</p><p>Muston</p><p>Clark's View</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Catherine Patchett Head Widow 73 Ag. Lab's widow b. Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire</p><p>John Patchett Son Mar 42 Ag. Lab b Croxton</p><p>Elizabeth Dau in law 38 b. Spittle gate Lincolnshire</p><p>Joseph Grdson 12 Farmers Day Boy b. Muston</p><p>Charles Grd Son 19 Farmers Day Boy b. Nuston</p><p>Reuben Grd Son 6 Scholar b. Muston</p><p>William Patchett Grd son 4 Scholar b Muston</p><p>Robert Grd son 2 b. Muston</p><p>Ann Grd Dau 3 weeks old b. Muston</p><p>&nbsp;</p>and three doors away were Elizabeths parents and siblings

Wife: Mary Leeson
Born: 03 APR 1849 in Welby, Lincolnshire, England
Died: 13 JUN 1930 in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Father: William Leeson
Mother: Mary Pullen
Spouses:
Children
01 (M): Ernest Patchett
Born: 1892 in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Died: 29 MAR 1918 in Near Grevillers, Pas DE Calais, France
Spouses:

Notes:

Debt of Honour Register
In Memory of

EDWARD ERNEST PATCHETT

Rifleman
58800
4th Bn. 3rd, N.Z. Rifle Brigade

who died onFriday 29 March 1918 . Age 23 .Additional Information: Son of Mrs. Mary Patchett, of Customhouse St. Blenheim.Cemetery: GREVILLERS (NEW ZEALAND) MEMORIALPas de Calais, FranceLocation: Grevillers (New Zealand) Memorial is situated in Grevillers British Cemetery. Grevillers is a village in the Department of the Pas-de-Calais, 3 kilometres west of Bapaume. From Bapaume take the RD929 in the direction of Amiens, turn immediately right onto the RD7, where a signpost indicates the direction of the cemetery. After 500 metres turn left at junction onto RD29, where a signpost again indicates the cemetery, which is on the right after a further 50 metres.Historical Information: The GREVILLERS (NEW ZEALAND) MEMORIAL commemorates almost 450 officers and men of the New Zealand Division who died in the defensive fighting in the area from March to August 1918, and in the Advance to Victory between 8 August and 11 November 1918, and who have no known grave. This is one of seven memorials in France and Belgium to those New Zealand soldiers who died on the Western Front and whose graves are not known. The memorials are all in cemeteries chosen as appropriate to the fighting in which the men died. This memorial stands within GREVILLERS BRITISH CEMETERY. The village of Grevillers was occupied by Commonwealth troops on 14 March 1917 and in April and May, the 3rd, 29th and 3rd Australian Casualty Clearing Stations were posted nearby. They began the cemetery and continued to use it until March 1918, when Grevillers was lost to the German during their great advance. On the following 24 August, the New Zealand Division recaptured Grevillers and in September, the 34th, 49th and 56th Casualty Clearing Stations came to the village and used the cemetery again. After the Armistice, 200 graves were brought in from the battlefields to the south of the village, and 40 from an adjoining cemetery made during the German occupation, which no longer exists. There are now 2,106 Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War buried or commemorated in Grevillers British Cemetery. 189 of the burials are unidentified but there are special memorials to 18 casualties known or believed to be buried among them. Other special memorials record the names of two casualties, buried in Avesnes-les-Bapaume German Cemetery, whose graves could not be found. The cemetery also contains the graves of seven Second World War airmen, and 18 French war graves. The cemetery and memorial were designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.
<p>Debt of Honour Register</p><p>In Memory of</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>EDWARD ERNEST PATCHETT</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Rifleman</p><p>58800</p><p>4th Bn. 3rd, N.Z. Rifle Brigade</p><p>&nbsp;</p>who died onFriday29 March 1918 . Age 23 .Additional Information: Son of Mrs. Mary Patchett, of Customhouse St. Blenheim.Cemetery: GREVILLERS (NEW ZEALAND) MEMORIALPas de Calais, FranceLocation: Grevillers (New Zealand) Memorial is situated in Grevillers British Cemetery. Grevillers is a village in the Department of the Pas-de-Calais, 3 kilometres west of Bapaume. From Bapaume take the RD929 in the direction of Amiens, turn immediately right onto the RD7, where a signpost indicates the direction of the cemetery. After 500 metres turn left at junction onto RD29, where a signpost again indicates the cemetery, which is on the right after a further 50 metres.Historical Information: The GREVILLERS (NEW ZEALAND) MEMORIAL commemorates almost 450 officers and men of the New Zealand Division who died in the defensive fighting in the area from March to August 1918, and in the Advance to Victory between 8 August and 11 November 1918, and who have no known grave. This is one of seven memorials in France and Belgium to those New Zealand soldiers who died on the Western Front and whose graves are not known. The memorials are all in cemeteries chosen as appropriate to the fighting in which the men died. This memorial stands within GREVILLERS BRITISH CEMETERY. The village of Grevillers was occupied by Commonwealth troops on 14 March 1917 and in April and May, the 3rd, 29th and 3rd Australian Casualty Clearing Stations were posted nearby. They began the cemetery and continued to use it until March 1918, when Grevillers was lost to the German during their great advance. On the following 24 August, the New Zealand Division recaptured Grevillers and in September, the 34th, 49th and 56th Casualty Clearing Stations came to the village and used the cemetery again. After the Armistice, 200 graves were brought in from the battlefields to the south of the village, and 40 from an adjoining cemetery made during the German occupation, which no longer exists. There are now 2,106 Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War buried or commemorated in Grevillers British Cemetery. 189 of the burials are unidentified but there are special memorials to 18 casualties known or believed to be buried among them. Other special memorials record the names of two casualties, buried in Avesnes-les-Bapaume German Cemetery, whose graves could not be found. The cemetery also contains the graves of seven Second World War airmen, and 18 French war graves. The cemetery and memorial were designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.

02 (M): Thomas William Patchett
Born: 1871 in Muston, Leicestershire, England
Died: 04 JAN 1936 in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Spouses: Rose Simpson
03 (F): Annie Elizabeth Patchett
Born: 02 APR 1874 in Muston, Leicestershire, England
Died: Unknown
Spouses: William Simpson
04 (M): John Patchett
Born: 28 FEB 1878 in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Died: 1927 in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Spouses: Mary Jane 'Polly' Strickland; Edith Marshall?
05 (F): Ellen Patchett
Born: 12 JUN 1880 in Grovetown, Marlborough, New Zealand
Died: 23 JUN 1954 in 156A Washington Ave, Wgton, NZ
Spouses: Albert James Armstrong
06 (M): Albert Patchett
Born: 21 JUL 1882 in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Died: Unknown
Spouses: Frances Esther Emily Wilson; Frances ? (Spouse Of Albert Patchett) Xdg; Queenie Wo Albert Patchett
07 (F): Mary Patchett
Born: 03 APR 1884 in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Died: Unknown
Spouses: Charles Woolley Worthington
08 (M): James Patchett
Born: 1886 in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Died: 1964 in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Spouses: Lillian Jellyman
09 (M): Reuben Patchett
Born: 03 FEB 1889 in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Died: 02 MAY 1963 in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand
Spouses: Florence Beatrice Gray
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