Ancestors of John Dellow and Australia Jane Buddle



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John Dellow and Australia Jane Buddle




Husband John Dellow




           Born: 1 Aug 1851 - Bromley-By-Bow, London
     Christened: 
           Died: 21 Nov 1897
         Buried:  - Woodend
       Marriage: 5 May 1883

Events in his life were:
Ordained, 1879




Wife Australia Jane Buddle

           Born: 31 Oct 1848 - Auckland, New Zealand
     Christened: 
           Died: 17 Oct 1934
         Buried: 


         Father: Rev. Thomas Buddle (1812-1883)
         Mother: Sarah Dixon (1813-1884)





Children
1 M Percy Dellow

           Born: 8 May 1883
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           Died: 
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2 F Nina Marion Dellow

           Born: 8 May 1883
     Christened: 
           Died: 1 Jun 1955
         Buried: 



3 F Vera Constance Dellow

           Born: 24 Apr 1885
     Christened: 
           Died: 10 Mar 1911
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4 M Roy Hamilton Dellow

           Born: 1887
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           Died: 
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5 M Kenneth John Dellow

           Born: 9 Feb 1890
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General Notes (Husband)

The Rev. John Dellow came to New Zealand with his parents when only 8 years of age. They attended the services at Weedons, in the Springston Circuit, from the time of their commencement, and at that place their son became, at a very early age, both Sunday-school teacher and class leader. Eventually he entered the ministry and did good service in the Wairarapa, Whangarei, Hamilton, and Teinuka Circuits, spending two terms at Masterton. His gift of song was remarkable, and he was a faithful and hard-working minister. After a short and painful illness he died, in November, 1897, and is buried among the people for whom his life was given.

John Dellow died at Woodend on the 21st November, 1897, in the 47th year of his age. He entered the Ministry in the year 1879, after having spent twelve months at the Three Kings College. He was ordained at the Auckland Conference in 1883. In the Whangarei, Hamilton, Greymouth, Temuka, Woodend, and Rangiora Circuits he made full proof of his ministry. He was distinguished by thoroughness and diligence in the discharge of duty, was eminently endowed with musical abilities, and was strongly attached to the doctrines and polity of our church. He died as he had lived, a faithful, godly, zealous, and consistent minister of the Lord Jesus Christ

The Rev. John Dellow was born at Bromley-by-Bow, Middlesex, August 1st, 1851. With his parents he arrived in Lyttleton in 1859, by the ship Regina. Very early in life was converted to God in a class meeting at Weedons, in the Springston circuit. As Sunday School teacher, choir and class leader, and subsequently as a local preacher, he became very useful. After a year's training at Three Kings Institution, and the usual probation, he was ordained at the Auckland Conference in 1883. In the Whangarei, Hamilton, Greytown, Temuka, Woodend, and Rangiora circuits, he made full proof of his ministry. With his wonted vigour, he preached three times on November 14th, his last service being at Woodend. His text was John i, 20 'Beloved, now are we the sons of God,' &c. Early on Wednesday morning he became very ill. Medical aid was sought, and for a while he partially recovered, but he gradually succumbed on Sunday, November 21st, 1897. His dying testimony was -' For me to live is Christ, but to die is gain.' His manly straightforwardness, cheerful spirituality, consistent and courageous advocacy of the Temperance cause, sympathetic and bright social qualities: and, withal, that magnificent voice, which, like all his powers, was consecrated to God's service, will not soon be forgotten. He died, as he had lived, a faithful, godly, zealous, and consistent minister of our Lord Jesus Christ."



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