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Jane Pirrie Bartlett (Stewart)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Foxton, Manawatu-wanganui, New Zealand
Death: Died in Nelson, New Zealand
Place of Burial: Nelson, New Zealand
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Tiffin Stewart and Frances 'Fanny' Ann Stewart
Wife of Reverend John Geoffrey Sherry Bartlett
Mother of Richard Coffey Stewart Bartlett; John Stewart Bartlett and Geoffrey David Bartlett
Sister of John Stephen Stewart; William Carkeek Stewart; Mabel Stewart; David Oliphant Stewart; Walter Tiffin Stewart and 4 others

Managed by: Douglas Stewart Bartlett
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About Jane Pirrie Bartlett

Her ashes are buried in Rev John G S Bartlett's grave, under the tombstone.

30-09-2010 DSB: Middle name may be spelt Pirie or Pirrie. To verify which. Determined Pirrie due to repeated sources using this spelling.

02-10-2010 DSB: Handwritten notes from Derek Bartlett: "Moved to Rutherford St house after JGS [Bartlett] died in 1934".

http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&d=WH19081119.2.15&l=mi&e=-------10--1----0-all

(Papers Past > Wanganui Herald> 19 Whiringa-a-rangi 1908> Page 4> ORANGE BLOSSOMS.)

"ORANGE BLOSSOMS

Bartlett-Stewart

A wedding of some local interest took place yesterday at St. Laurence Church of England, Aramoho, when the Rev. J. G. S. Bartlett Vicar of Oamaru, was married to Jane Pirrie Stewart, third daughter of Mr John T. Stewart, of Wanganui. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. E. T. Wynne Bond, vicar of Martinborough, Wairarapa. The church was tastefully decorated by members of the Aramoho congragation, and a full choir attended the marriage of Miss Stewart, who had been a member of the choir,

and the Sunday School Superintendent. The bridesmaids were Miss Molly Bond, the Misses Mary and Betty Whitton, and Miss Maud Rawnsley

, all relatives of the bride, and the groomsmen were Messrs David and Walter Stewart, brothers of the bride. A large number of friends attended the ceremony and afterwards met at Mr Stewart's residence, Plymouth Street, from where they wished the happy couple good speed on their departure South."

http://www.pyenet.co.nz/familytrees/pye-kelly/np217.html

The Wanganui Herald 6th December 1901 shows

ST. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION.

Distribution of Certificates

There was not a very large attendance at the Museum Hall last evening, on the occasion of the presentation of certificates to members of the local branch of the St. John Ambulance Association. The Mayor presided. An interesting programme was gone through previous to the distribution, the Items including songs by Misses Jessie Griffiths and K. McBeth and Messrs L. Bassett and Basil Taylor (both the latter being encored); recitation, Mrs L. Jones (encored); violin solo, Mr F. Hatherly; and address on "Rahere" by Dr Saunders. In the course of his lecture Dr Saunders not only gave some interesting information concerning the founder of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, but also related some later historical recollections connected with the institution. The Hospital was founded in 1123, in West Smithfield, London, and now the annual income amounted to close on£90,000. It contained beds for over 700 patients, besides which there is the out-patient department affording relief to 150,000 yearly. The May (Mayor) distributed the certificates to the following successful students, after making a few appropriate remarks:

...

HOME NURSING. Sarah R. Blyth, Elizabeth Kelly, Jessie Hoey, Bertha Taylor, G. Eveline Browne, Ethelred Taylor, Rachel Godwin, Jane P. Stewart, Mary L. Clare, Ada Beaven, Annie Beaven, Gertrude Dymock, Janet Brechin, Annie H. Randall, Hilda Norris, Annie Young, Jeanetta Clare, Olive Bayly, Laura Peat, Eva Worgan, Elizabeth Gichard, Alice Sommerville (Mrs C. Dymock), Alice Burgess, Annie Barr, Ellen Salt.

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Jane Pirrie Bartlett's Timeline

1876
May 8, 1876
Foxton, Manawatu-wanganui, New Zealand
1909
October 27, 1909
Age 33
Oamaru, Otago, New Zealand
1912
August 21, 1912
Age 36
Wellington, New Zealand
1916
April 29, 1916
Age 39
Featherston, Wellington, New Zealand
1949
July 25, 1949
Age 73
Nelson, New Zealand
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Nelson, New Zealand