Henry Arthur GREENTREE

(1876-1961)

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A Text file of all GREENTREES in Hampshire

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Henry Arthur GREENTREE b 9 Nov 1876 at Freemans Reach, Australia d 21 Jul 1961 Auckland NZ.

His father was George GREENTREE and his mother was Elizabeth CAVENAGH. Henry moved to New Zealand after returning from the Boer War and married Alice on 16 Oct 1911 at Rotorua. Henry & Alice's wedding 1911

Wife: Alice May WALDRON b 12 Feb 1888 Devonport NZ, d 21 Jan 1962 Auckland NZ.

Her father was Charles Francis WALDRON, mother was Isabella MUIR. Her WALDRON line traces back to King Henry I. Here is a family photo in 1947 55K. (Hit Back on your browser to return.

Their children:
  1. Athol GREENTREE b 21 June 1912 d 12 Nov 1943 in WWI, shot down at Crete. M Win THOM.
  2. Alice May GREENTREE b 5 Oct 1913, d 13 April 2000 in Auckland. M George Freeling BELL in 1932.
  3. Stuart Francis GREENTREE b 14 Jul 1915 at Tauranga, d 8 Sep 1996 at New Plymouth. M. Ella KNOWLES on 27 Apr 1946.
  4. Loloma Avis GREENTREE b 8 June 1917, living in Manurewa, Auckland. M. Alfred Grattan ST GEORGE on 12 Sep 1936 at Hamilton.
  5. Nelson Charles GREENTREE b 1 Aug 1919, d 7 Mar 1995 at Auckland.
  6. Ralph Waldron GREENTREE b 20 Apr 1921, d 18 Aug 1979 at Napier. M Jeane FORNE.
  7. Elizabeth Isobel GREENTREE b 16 Nov 1923, d 8 May 1997 at Marton. M Tom Frederick BERRETT on 21 May 1949.
  8. Elaine Dawn GREENTREE b 21 Sep 1925, d. 18 Feb 1999 at New Plymouth. M Henry (Ben) LOCKYER on 28 Oct 1950.
  9. Neville Charles GREENTREE b 26 Apr 1929 at Tauhei, living in Auckland. M (1) Theresa MOYNIHAN, M(2) Patrica May DWYER.
  10. Althea Margaret GREENTREE b 7 Sep 1930 living in Matamata. M Lloyd MORLEY in 1956 at Auckland.

Henry Arthur GREENTREE was a farmer fought in the Boer War and lived in Tauhei between 1920-1940. Stuart drove the Tauhei school bus. Alice May was a typist before marriage and worked for Tannerfield Pottery in Auckland.

George GREENTREE

(c1838-1909)

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George GREENTREE b 3 May 1838 at Windsor, Australia. D. 11 Oct 1909. George Greentree

His father was Reuben GREENTREE and his mother was Ann FARLOW.

Wife: Elizabeth CAVENAGH.

Their children:
  1. Albert Charles GREENTREE
  2. Herbert James GREENTREE.
  3. Amelia Jane GREENTREE
  4. Frederick AlfredGREENTREE
  5. Archibald George GREENTREE.
  6. Percy David GREENTREE b 27 Jul 1876 at Freemans Reach, AUS d 23 Dec 1910 and M Victoria SHANNON in 1902.
  7. Henry Arthur GREENTREE b 9 Nov 1876 at Freemans Reach, AUS d 21 July 1961 at Auckland and M Alice May WALDRON 16 Oct 1911.
  8. Esther Ann GREENTREE b 21 Oct 1880 at Freemans Reach, AUS d 29 Apr 1964 and M Percy George GILDER on 16 Jun 1907.
  9. Athol Garnet GREENTREE b 29 Apr 1883 at Freemans Reach, AUS and M Olive May MENDHAM 5 Apr 1911.
  10. Clendon Copeland GREENTREE.

Reuben GREENTREE

(1805-1881)

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Reuben GREENTREE b 30 Nov 1803 in Southwick, County Southampton (now Hampshire). D. 7 Dec 1881.

His father was Henry GREENTREE and his mother was Jane POPE.

Wife: Ann FARLOW.

Their children:
  1. Mary Anne GREENTREE
  2. Robert GREENTREE.
  3. Maria GREENTREE
  4. HenryGREENTREE
  5. Anne GREENTREE.
  6. Elizabeth Jane GREENTREE.
  7. George GREENTREE b 3 May 1838 at Windsor, AUS d 11 Oct 1909 M Elizabeth CAVENAGH.
  8. Reuben GREENTREE.

Henry GREENTREE

(c1775-80 - 1818)

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Henry GREENTREE b c1775-80 at Southwick, County of Southhampton (now Hampshire), ENG. D. 1818 at Wilberforce, NSW,AUS.

Henry and William GREENTREE were originally sentenced to death for stealing two wether sheep. On the day before their execution, the sentence was commuted to transportation for life. They arrived in Sydney, Australia on 27 Jan 1815 aboard the Marquis of Wellington. It has not been possible to prove (so far) if they were brothers or cousins. A Richard Greentree was also transported for stealing. Here are notices one and two from the Hampshire Telegraph of 1814 about the Greentrees.

Wife: Jane POPE.

They were married at Westbourne, West Sussex in 1803 and lived in Leigh in the neighbouring parish of Warblington, near Southampton. Jane Pope

At the time of his trial he was 32 years old, and five months after he was sent to NSW Jane followed with their five children aboard Northampton arriving as free citizens at Sydney 16 June 1815. By 1816 they had claimed a grant of 2 acres at Wilberforce and had their 6th child.

Their children:

  1. Reuben GREENTREE b 30 Nov 1805 at Southwick, ENG, d 7 Dec 1881.
  2. Henry GREENTREE. B at Southwick 1807-1887.
  3. Frances GREENTREE. B at Warblington 12 June 1808.
  4. George GREENTREE. B at Warblington 3 June 1810.
  5. Thomas GREENTREE.B at Warblington 16 Jan 1814.
  6. Jane GREENTREE b 1816 at Wilberforce, NSW, m George Humphries in 1832 and moved to Bathurst.

George Henry GREENTREE & Lucy

(1856-1922)

Photos of George & Lucy's
gravestone at Warblington Church of St Thomas a Becket, Hampshire.

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