Sunday, July 24, 2011

Tyndale House



Tyndale House
37 Hackthorne Road, Christchurchm,-*
attributed to Cecil Wood (1)
Built for  Miss Katharine Wilson in 1915.
Category 2, Historic Places Trust

To be demolished due to the 2011 earthquake 




Press, Volume LXVI, Issue 13894, 19 November 1910



Press, Volume LXVII, Issue 13937, 10 January 1911
this notice also published on 23 December 1910 
 
 
Press, Volume LXVII, Issue 13977, 25 February 1911
 
 
 
Press, Volume LXVIII, Issue 14269, 3 February 1912


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(1) The Press, 6 March 2002, page 49.




Obituary. At her home, "Giramonte" Hackthorne road, Cashmere, there passed away on Sunday last one who was very well known to the older residents of Christchurch — Miss Katharine Wilson the third-daughter of the late Archdeacon James Wilson, who, with her family, arrived in Christchurch in the ship Isabella Hercus, in 1851, says the "Press." The family lived first at Opawa, and later moved to Upper Riccarton. Miss Wilson was educated at Mrs. Charles Thompson's school, and in the late seventies went to England and trained as a nurse at St. Thomas's Hospital, London, and the Edinburgh Infirmary. Returning to Christchurch a few years later; Miss Wilson lived with her friend Miss Lohse, who, at that time, conducted a very successful private school for girls, until 1890, when both went abroad. In 1893 Miss Wilson returned to New Zealand, and remained here till 1901, when she went back to Italy to rejoin Miss Lohse, and lived with her in Florence until that lady died in 1912, when she once more came back to Christchurch, and made her home at Cashmere. Miss Wilson was keenly interested in the care of orphan children, and in the early days of the Government boarding-out scheme, she was the local secretary, and did a great deal of valuable work in that connection. She was an interesting, cultured, and charming woman, and though she had lived in retirement for a number of years, she will be sadly missed by many who were privileged to enjoy her friendship.
Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 117, 22 May 1929, Page 13

 

News was received in London this week of the death at Giramonte, Florence, on August 25, of Madame Johanna Lohse, sometime principal of the Girls' Higher Education School at Christchurch.
Auckland Star, Volume XLI, Issue 240, 10 October 1910, Page 7 



about April 1913 to 1929 - "Giramonte"  Miss Katherine Wilson - died 19 May 1929
December 1930 - "Holbury" - Charles Gonnerman Dalgety (1870 - 5 July 1931) died at Lewisham Hospital, Bealey Ave, Christchurch aged 61 years
1934 to 1938 - Mr and Mrs F. E. Twyford - Frederic Edward Twyford (accountant) and Beatrice Emily Robbins.
Frederick William Butcher and Mabel Elizabeth Butcher he was born in Beckenham, England, died 10 March 1943.
"Tyndale House" from May 1945 - Leslie Beaumont Miller - Cashmere Evangelical Trust Incorporation Residential Library and Biblical Scholarship research Centre.


OBITUARY.
MR C. G. DALGETY.
The death occurred last evening of Mr Charles Gonnerman Dalgety, at the age of 61. 
Mr Dalgety was born in Hampshire, England, and was the third son of Mr Frederick G. Dalgety, the founder of the firm of Dalgety and Co. He was educated at Eton, and was afterwards in the London office of Dalgety and Co. for two years. He came to New Zealand in 1891, and settled in Omarama, Central Otago. He was for twelve months on the Hawkdun Station, and for some years was inspector of his brother's stations in Otago. In 1894 he visited England, and on his return in 1895 settled in the Marshland where he remained for 20 years. He lived in Worcester street for two years, and then moved to Hackthorne road.
Mr Dalgety was for 29 years a steward and committeeman of the Canterbury Jockey Club, and was a trustee of the Riccarton Racecourse Reserve.
Though never having a large team to represent him on the Turf, Mr Dalgety scored many notable successes, chiefly with horses of his own breeding. Warstep credited him with the New Zealand Cup, running a dead-heat with Indigo, the Auckland Cup, Canterbury Cup, G. G. Stead Memorial Cup, Trentham Gold Cup, Dunedin Cup, McLean Stakes, C.J.C. Great Autumn Handicap, and C.J.C. Stewards' Handicap; Footfall with the A.R.C. Handicap and Dunedin Cup, Stardancer with the C.J.C. Stewards' Handicap, Limelight with the C.J.C. Handicap; Limelight with the C.J.C. Hanpolitan Handicap and Members' Handicap (twice); Prim with the C.J.C. Metropolitan Handicap; Warlove and Starmist with the New Zealand Oaks; Prim and Stepdancer (twice) with the Dunedin Cup; Marsa and Disdainful with, the McLean Stakes, and Snub and Wardancer with the Dunedin Guineas.
Mr Dalgety was married in 1895 to Violet Alexandra Marjorie Burnett. He is survived by three sons, Messrs Charles Dalgety, of Mangaweka, Burnett Dalgety, of Hawarden, and Stafford Dalgety, of London, and one daughter, Mrs F. J. Gorton of View Hill, Oxford. Mrs Dalgety died some months ago. There are four grandchildren.
Press, Volume LXVII, Issue 20281, 6 July 1931







 





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