Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

Emma GOODLANDAge: 87 years18801967

Name
Emma GOODLAND
Given names
Emma
Surname
GOODLAND
Married name
Emma RIDDLE
Birth calculated 1880

Religious marriageGeorge Vero Vincent RIDDLEView this family
September 24, 1903 (Age 23 years)
Address: English Church
Citation details: 1903/3080 Emma Goodland George Vero Vincent Riddle
Citation details: 5 November 2012
Text:

Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XLVI, Issue 7802, 26 September 1903, Page 2 NORMANBY. Wedding Bells. On Thursday last a very pleasing ceremony, and one that usually causes a keen interest to be in evidence, especially amongst the fair sex, came off at the English Church, when Mr V. Riddle, son of Mr J. V. Riddle, of Waiti, was married to Miss Emma Goodland, daughter of Mr W. Goodland, of the Boylan Road. The Church was nicely decorated for the occasion and there was a large gathering offriends of both families. Miss. N. Goodland and Miss Greaves acted as bridesmaids, and Mr J. Riddle and Mr F. Fantham as best man and groomsman respectively. The happy couple left for Wanganu on their honeymoon, and they carried with them the good wishes of their many friends in the district, who with them health, prosperity, and a long life in their wedded career.

Death of a husbandGeorge Vero Vincent RIDDLE
about 1948 (Age 68 years)
Citation details: 1948/26572 Riddle George Vero Vincent 77Y
Death about 1967 (Age 87 years)
Citation details: 1967/25443 Riddle Emma 87Y
Family with George Vero Vincent RIDDLE - View this family
husband
George Vero Vincent RIDDLE
Birth: about 1870 32 24Manning River District (Taree), , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1948New Zealand
herself
Marriage: September 24, 1903Nornanby, New Zealand

MarriageNew Zealand Register of Births, Deaths and Marriages
Citation details: 1903/3080 Emma Goodland George Vero Vincent Riddle
MarriageEmails - Trin Truscett
Citation details: 5 November 2012
Text:

Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XLVI, Issue 7802, 26 September 1903, Page 2 NORMANBY. Wedding Bells. On Thursday last a very pleasing ceremony, and one that usually causes a keen interest to be in evidence, especially amongst the fair sex, came off at the English Church, when Mr V. Riddle, son of Mr J. V. Riddle, of Waiti, was married to Miss Emma Goodland, daughter of Mr W. Goodland, of the Boylan Road. The Church was nicely decorated for the occasion and there was a large gathering offriends of both families. Miss. N. Goodland and Miss Greaves acted as bridesmaids, and Mr J. Riddle and Mr F. Fantham as best man and groomsman respectively. The happy couple left for Wanganu on their honeymoon, and they carried with them the good wishes of their many friends in the district, who with them health, prosperity, and a long life in their wedded career.

DeathNew Zealand Register of Births, Deaths and Marriages
Citation details: 1967/25443 Riddle Emma 87Y