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Pinder Records from Rawden Churchyard 1700 1720 1740 1760 1780 1800 1700 1720 1740 1760 1780 1800 Presumably same Thomas Waterhouse 1800 Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Biological Child Parent Parent Biological Child Parent Biological Child Parent Parent 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child) 1876 Marriage (eight children) 1838 Marriage (five children) 1868 Marriage 1911 Marriage 1893 Marriage 1895 Marriage 1898 Marriage (a child) 1902 Marriage 1872 Marriage Marriage Marriage (twelve children) Marriage Marriage 1861 Marriage (a child) Marriage (a child) Guisley 1756 Marriage (two children) 1777 Guisley Marriage (a child) Marriage (three children) 1895 Marriage (a child) Perth 1929 Marriage Marriage (ten children) Oct 1868 Burslem Marriage 1909 Marriage Marriage Hobart 1853 Marriage Marriage Marriage Marriage Marriage No more children Marriage Marriage Marriage Marriage Marriage (five children) Marriage (two children) Marriage (a child) Marriage (six children) Marriage (four children) Marriage (a child) Marriage (three children) Marriage 1807 XTo be completed Marriage Marriage (three children) 1745 Marriage Rawdon 1789 Marriage Rawdon 1779 Marriage Marriage (three children) Marriage 1925 Marriage (three children) 1988 Marriage 1996 Marriage 1927 (two children) 1756 Scotter (three children) 1734 Roxby cum Risby (two children) Marriage 1804 Marriage (a child) Marriage Newbury 1833 Marriage (a child) 1818 - 1886 Susanna Edith Eliza Pinder 68 68 Address at marriage The Sytch, Burslem
Living at 144, Higher Brook Street 1851 census
Living at 14 John Street Chester 1861 census
Living in Margate 1871
29 Hartwood Road North Meols Lancashire in 1881
1774 - 1835 Thomas Pinder 61 61 1812 - 1867 Thomas Pinder 55 55 D. 1880 Elizabeth Jordan 1840 Thomas Shadford Pinder 1842 Jane Allen Pinder 1851 Mary Emily Pinder 1853 John Edward Pinder 1814 Edward Bourne Pinder Elizabeth Ford 1848 Elizabeth Pinder 1851 Editha Pinder 1856 Anna Eliza Pinder 1820 Annie Pinder William Ford 1849 Joseph Bourne Pinder George Newton Owen John Watterhouse Hannah Deain John Waterhouse Martha Briges John Watterhouse Faith Illingworth John Waterhouse Sarah Marshall Michael Best Hannah Waterhouse William Scott Sarah Waterhouse William Waterhouse Mary Smith William Waterhouse Sarah Thornton Thomas Sellers Mary Watterhouse Joseph Grimshaw Mary Watterhouse Joseph Waterhouse William Waterhouse Mary Tempest William Waterhouse Martha Cossentine Thomas Waterhouse Mary Jewitt Thomas Waterhouse Mary Bayley Thomas Waterhouse Anne Mawd Thomas Waterhouse Joan Fenton James Mawd Eisabela Waterhouse James Smith Mary Waterhouse Robert Waterhouse Hannah Prat Elisabeth Clark Jonathan Killingbeck Susanna Waterhouse Timothy Hamsworth Ann Waterhouse 1713 - 1785 Thomas Waterhouse 72 72 D. 1810 Eleanor Riley Eleanor was a Quaker. For marrying in the St Peter's Chapel, Eleanor was expelled from the Society of Friends, but because she was "so highly esteemed for her many virtues" she was readmitted. 1758 - 1839 Thomas Waterhouse 81 81 Information from Rawden churchyard; wife Hannah 1713 - 1785 Thomas Waterhouse 72 72 Anne Waterhouse Society of Friends records show she married as a Quaker 1782 Mary Waterhouse d Tomas Whatterhouse & Hannah 1784 - 1852 Joseph Waterhouse 68 68 1785 - 1785 James Waterhouse Ann Waterhouse Ann d Thomas Watterhouse D. 1795 Hannah Waterhouse d Thomas Watterhouse D. 1795 Elisabeth Waterhouse Elesabeth d Thomas Watterhouse Ann Waterhouse d Thomas Waterhouse Dorothy Dade Mary Waterhouse d Joseph Watterhouse 1879 - 1960 Albert Waterhouse 81 81 Gretchen Kopke 1852 - 1943 William Waterhouse 91 91 Mellicent Philena Smith 1886 - 1974 Mellicent Eda Waterhouse 88 88 1813 - 1891 Eleanor Dickenson 78 78 1844 - 1904 Henry Waterhouse 60 60 Julia Hawkins Dimond 1873 - 1945 John Waterhouse 72 72 1875 - 1954 George Shadford Waterhouse 79 79 1879 Elizabeth Mary Waterhouse 1881 - 1882 Gustavus Waterhouse 1 1 1883 - 1978 Eleanor Julia Waterhouse 95 95 George Bernard Isenberg 1870 - 1938 Eleanor Waterhouse 68 68 1871 - 1915 Mary Stangenwald Waterhouse 43 43 1875 - 1900 Henry Waterhouse 25 25 1877 - 1878 Frank Waterhouse 1 1 Arthur Bacon Wood David Watson Corbett Grace Graydon Dickey 1847 - 1933 Mary Waterhouse 85 85 William Hyde Rice Jane Beadnell Skipsey 1843 - 1852 Emma Waterhouse 9 9 Mary Waterhouse D. 1852 William Waterhouse Helen Amy Harding Martha M Alexander Mary E Buswell 1818 - 1900 Rowland Skipsey Waterhouse 82 82 1819 - 1893 William Waterhouse 74 74 1821 - 1891 Jabez Bunting Waterhouse 70 70 1823 - 1823 Joseph Waterhouse 1824 - 1906 George Marsden Waterhouse 82 82 WATERHOUSE, Hon. George Marsden

(1824–1906).

Merchant, runholder, colonial statesman

G. M. Waterhouse was born at Penzance, Cornwall, on 6 April 1824, sixth son of the Rev. John Waterhouse, a Wesleyan clergyman of somewhat liberal views, who in 1839 accepted office as Superintendent of Wesleyan Missions in Australia and Polynesia, which post he held till he was lost at sea on a voyage between New Zealand and Tasmania on 30 March 1842.

Waterhouse was educated at the Wesleyan College, Knightsbridge, near Bristol, and in 1839 emigrated with his father and family (seven sons and three daughters) to Hobart, where he obtained a post in a merchant's office. In March 1842 he paid a short visit to Auckland, New Zealand, and in 1843 he and a brother set up their own business in Adelaide, from which he was able to retire at the age of 29 with a competence. On 5 May 1848 he married Lydia Giles, daughter of William Giles, also of Adelaide, who predeceased him by many years. There was no family.

In August 1851 Waterhouse was elected for East Torrens to the partly elective Legislative Council, where he sat until 1854 when he retired to go abroad. At this period he was also elected to the Central Board of Education, but retired when he found his views were in conflict with those of the majority. He visited the United States in 1855, where he discussed Customs reciprocity between the British colonies and America. In 1856 he was elected to the Adelaide Waterworks Board, but resigned in 1857 to contest East Torrens for the first Legislative Assembly constituted under responsible government. He sat for one session only when ill health compelled his retirement. He was elected to the Legislative Council in April 1860, and sat until his retirement in December 1864. In May 1860 he joined the Reynolds Ministry, finally becoming Premier on 8 October 1861. A month later he formed his second Ministry which lasted until July 1863 when he resigned the Premiership after his Government had been saved solely by the Speaker's casting vote. Shortly afterwards he left the colony, visiting England in 1864. He returned to South Australia in 1865, where, in June, he presided over a meeting of pastoralists seeking reclassification of their runs. He again visited England in 1865. During these years Waterhouse was a director of the South Australian Banking Co. His right to the title “Honourable” was gazetted in South Australia on 18 August 1864. The Governor, Sir Dominique Daly, also recommended him for a knighthood – but for various reasons this was never awarded.

In January 1869 Waterhouse purchased the 20,000-acre Hungaroa Station, Wairarapa, with its 18,000 sheep, from Messrs Clifford and Revans for £21,000. He poured capital into this enterprise, pioneering such agricultural techniques as dipping, and employing at times 100 men. To this he added 2,462 acres from the Crown block at Wharekaka. In 1878 he sold his Hungaroa holdings to the Hon. J. Martin, walk-in walk-out, for over £56,000. (Martin later laid out Martinborough on part of it.) Waterhouse also bought a smaller run, later extended, at Tiraumea and Whareama on the East Coast.

It was not long before Waterhouse began to take an active part in New Zealand politics. In 1869 he wrote to Lord Granville urging the retention of Imperial troops in New Zealand. In 1870 Revans suggested he should stand for Wairarapa for the House of Representatives, but Waterhouse instead accepted a seat in the Legislative Council (May 1870). In October Waterhouse represented the Fox Ministry in the Legislative Council, resigning after the session to look after his extensive business interests. On Stafford's defeat in 1872, Waterhouse accepted Vogel's invitation to head a new Ministry. While Vogel attended a Postal Conference in Australia, Waterhouse acted as Colonial Treasurer. This insight into Vogel's financial methods led him in 1873 to submit his resignation to Governor Bowen, who was on the point of leaving New Zealand. When Bowen refused to accept this, Waterhouse denied His Excellency the use of the Government steamer. Bowen capitulated, appointed Fox as Premier, and reported the incident to the Colonial Office.

In the Council, Waterhouse played an important part on various committees – Education, Wastelands, Native Affairs, and Legal Affairs being his major interests. Hall asked him to join his Ministry in 1879, but Waterhouse declined when he discovered he was to hold no portfolio. He acted as Deputy Governor to Sir William Jervois in 1884, and was for five months Speaker of the Council during Fitzherbert's absence in 1887. Jervois recommended him for a knighthood, but the Colonial Office, remembering 1873, refused. Waterhouse retired to “Hawthornden”, Torquay, in 1889, where, except for a brief visit to New Zealand in 1894, and his presence among distinguished colonial statesmen at the Jubilee in 1897, he remained quietly until his death on 6 August 1906.

After 1870, Waterhouse served on a succession of local bodies, including Lower Valley Board of Wardens (1870), Wellington Education Board (1872–73), Wellington Benevolent Institution (1873), and New Zealand Institute (1876), and was suggested as a New Zealand Commissioner for the Colonial and Indian Exhibition (1885).

When Waterhouse arrived in New Zealand, he was already a well-known colonial statesman. Possessed of a wide knowledge of parliamentary procedure, probably unrivalled in the colonies, he was well fitted for Parliament and leadership, while his flair for political tactics at times approached brilliance. Although his undoubted abilities enabled him to amass a vast fortune, his strict Methodist upbringing often conflicted with the exigencies of political life, so that whenever he found himself in a position which offended his conscience, he invariably extricated himself by resigning, a trait not always appreciated by colleagues. He was the only man ever to be Premier of two British colonies, and although twice recommended for knighthood, he was passed over both times, the first because he had entered New Zealand politics before his delayed recommendation came through, and the second because of his cavalier treatment of Governor Bowen.

His death in 1906 was noted in newspapers throughout the Empire, but it is perhaps significant that customary tributes were not paid in either of the two Parliaments in which he had so long served.

by Bernard John Foster, M.A., Research Officer, Department of Internal Affairs, Wellington.

    * Responsible Government in South Australia, Combe, G. D. (1957)
    * Wellington Independent, 16 Jan 1869, 14 Sept 1869
    * Torquay Times and South Devon Advertiser, 10 Aug 1906 (Obit), 24 Aug 1906.

1826 - 1920 Mary Ann Waterhouse 94 94 1828 - 1881 Joseph Waterhouse 53 53 1830 - 1918 Samuel Waterhouse 88 88 1832 - 1902 Emma Waterhouse 70 70 1835 - 1836 Hannah Waterhouse 1 1 1841 - 1896 John Thomas Waterhouse Jr 54 54 1789 - 1842 Rev John Waterhouse 52 52 1839 - 1864 Eleanor (Ellen) Dickenson Waterhouse 25 25 1816 - 1895 Rev John Thomas Waterhouse 79 79 1871 Ernest Coniston Waterhouse William Henry Dimond Hannah Houlden 1817 - 1851 Joseph Waterhouse 34 34 1764 - 1832 Joseph Waterhouse 68 68 Dorothy Joseph Houlden Mary Holmes Hannah Watterhouse Nathaniel Watterhouse Barberry Houlding 1781 Sarah Waterhouse d Nathaniel Watterhouse & Barberry Joshua Houldin 1869 - 1934 Frederick Thomas Pinder Waterhouse 65 65 D. 1936 Mary Ethel Kealsha Carter 1897 - 1898 John Thomas Waterhouse 1 1 1899 - 1981 Frederick Layman Waterhouse 82 82 1901 Ethel Kealsha Carter Waterhouse 1898 - 1996 Gwendolyn Argyle McCallum 98 98 1814 - 1872 Jane Middleton Waterhouse 58 58 Rev William Butters 1844 - 1923 Elizabeth Bourn Pinder 79 79 1885 Marion Butters Waterhouse 1887 Margaret Charles Henry Wilcox 1935 Frederick McCallum Waterhouse Robert C Walker Richard Hobbs Esther Day Wilson Eleanor Watson Elizabeth Watson Thomas Padman Lydia Giles Maria Augusta Bode Mary Towers Susannah Watchorn Ellen Kirkham 1754 MALLY WATERHOUSE THOMAS WATERHOUSE 1774 THOMAS WATERHOUSE 1759 THOMAS WATERHOUSE JOHN WATERHOUSE 1747 DIANA WATERHOUSE 1761 ANNE WATERHOUSE 1746 JOHN WATTERHOUSE 1748 ANNE WATERHOUSE THOMAS WATTERHOUSE 1752 MARTHA WATERHOUSE 1778 MARY WATERHOUSE JOHN WATERHOUSE 1774 MARTHA WATERHOUSE 1804 SARAH WATTERHOUSE 1796 SARAH WATTERHOUSE 1805 JAMES WATTERHOUSE WILLM. WATERHOUSE 1801 HANNAH WATERHOUSE 1799 ANN WATTERHOUSE 1806 RUTH WATTERHOUSE THOS. WATERHOUSE 1760 SARAH WATERHOUSE 1809 ELEZABETH WATTERHOUSE 1775 JOHN WATERHOUSE THOMAS WATTERHOUSE 1801 ZILPHA WATTERHOUSE 1802 JOHN WATTERHOUSE 1803 MARTHA WATTERHOUSE John Long William Child D. 1756 Mary Bayley 1746 John Waterhouse 1748 Ann Waterhouse 1754 Molly Waterhouse Samuel Whalley parents named as William & Jane Joseph Wetherald Robert Thompson 1936 Bethwyn Anne Turner John Byron Inglis 1966 Matthew Frederick Waterhouse Emma Louise Waterhouse 1969 Elizabeth Jean Waterhouse Carolyn Zawada 1990 Caitlin Elizabeth 1991 Jaxon Waterhouse 1993 Lachlan Waterhouse Dale Geoffrey 1810 Sarah Shadford Pinder 1811 Mary Pinder 1877 - 1878 Emma Waterhouse 9m 9m 1907 Julia Gretchen Waterhouse Samuel Renny Damon Joseph Pinder <1734 Susanna Shadford (of Scotter) <1757 Anne Pinder George Shadford Shadforth Ann Standring <1738 George Shadford <1747 Thomas Shadford <1702 George Shadforth (of Manton) George Shadforth Martha <1717 William Shadforth (of Manton) 1780 - 1805 Sarah Yates 25 25 <1709 Anna Standring (Owston Ferry) Johis Standring Susannae 1778 - 1843 Edith Bourne 65 65 1702 Anne Standring (Luddington) Robert Standring Sarah
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