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Note for:   Henry McIntyre Known As Harry Fisk,   23 NOV 1900 - 28 JUL 1995         Index

     Place:   Whenua Tapu Cemetery

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     Known as Name from Kate Rachel Fisk's Death Notice

1st and 2nd Names from 1922 Napier Electoral Roll as living with Isaac and Kate Fisk

Date of Birth of 23/11/1899, (used 23/11/1900 as Birth registered in 1901), and lived in Waikanae in 1989 from Hazel Foster nee Fisk's Documents lodged at National Library

Lived in Hastings in 1951 from Isaac Fisk's Obituary

*Birth Details Date Registered: 1901, Folio No: 552, Area: Wanganui, March quarter, Name: Henry McIntyre Fisk*

Unsure Paper or Date
A remarkable record for school attendance is held by a pupil of the Napier High School, H. M. Fisk, who has not missed a half-day during his ten years schooling

1922 Napier Electoral Roll shows Henry McIntyre Fisk, Nelson Crescent, Clerk

The Evening Post 29th July 1995 shows
Fisk Henry McIntyre (Harry), Formerly of Waikanae and Havelock North - On Friday, July 28, 1995 Peacefully at Russell Kemp Home, Titahi Bay in his 95th year. Dearly loved husband of the late Stella. Loved father and father in law of Colleen and Harold Debbage. Loved grandfather of Tony and Debra, and Christine and Allen, and great grandfather of Jonathan, Michael, Sally, Paula and Gareth. Eldest son of the late Kate and Isaac Fisk, and brother of the late Hazel, Bernice, and Keith. A Service for Harry will be held at St Nicholas Chapel, Russell Kemp Home, Te Pene Avenue, Titahi Bay on Tuesday, August 1 at 2 pm prior to Private Cremation. In lieu of flowers a donation to the Russell Kemp Home, P O Box 52-081, Titahi Bay would be appreciated. Ninness Funeral Home, FDANZ. Tel 237-4174

Porirua City Council Cemetery Records show Henry or Harry McIntyre Fisk, Date of Death: 28/7/1995, Date Ashes Buried: 14/5/1996, Aged: 94 years, Place of Death: Russell Kemp Home, Cemetery: Whenua Tapu Cemetery, Location: Public Ashes Row AE Plot 69, Funeral Director: Ninness Funeral Home, P O Box 50347, Porirua
Headstone Reads
In loving Memory of
Harry McIntyre Born 23/11/1900 Died 28/7/1995
Rosalie Stella Whitmaich Born 9/7/1902 Died 30/8/1987

Individual Notes

Note for:   Kathleen Lewis Fisk,   12 JUL 1902 - ABT 1973         Index

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     1st Name and Married Surname of Walder from Kate Rachel Fisk's Death Notice

2nd Name from Birth Folio

Lived in Wellington in 1951 from Isaac Fisk's Obituary

Date of Birth of 12/7/1902 and was a nurse from Hazel Foster nee Fisk's Document lodged at National Library

*Birth Details Date: 1902, Folio No: 3034, Area: Wanganui, September quarter, Name: Kathleen Lewis Fisk*

*Marriage Details Date: 1952, Folio No: 6244, Names: Joachim Walder and Kathlene Lewis Fisk*

*Death Details Date: 1973, Folio No: 2 10473, Aged: 70, Area: Porirua, Name: Kathleen Lewis Walder*

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Note for:   Bernice Eileen Fisk,   ABT 1903 - BEF 1995         Index

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     1st Name and Married Surname of Athya from Kate Rachel Fisk's Death Notice

2nd Name from Marriage Folio

Lived in Auckland in 1951 from Isaac Fisk's Obituary

*Birth Details Date: 1903, Folio No: 4322, Area: Napier, December quarter, Name: Beatrice Eileen Fisk*

*Marriage Details Date: 1927, Folio No: 9776, Names: John Athya and Bernice Eileen Fisk*

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The marriage of Berenice (sic), younger daughter of Mr and Mrs Isaac Fisk. "Waitohi, " Nelson crescent, Napier, to John, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Athya, of Kelburn, Wellington, roused much interest among the friends gathered at St. John's Cathedral, Napier, on the evening of the ceremony. The Rev. Dean Mayne officiated at the service. Mr. Percy Tombs, cathedral organist, presided at the organ, and the church was prettily decorated. The bride wore a frock of pale pink georgette beaded in Silver. Her soft embroidered veil in faintest pink tulle, fell from a coronet of pink rosebuds, and her bouquet was of pale pink carnations and maidenhair fern. Miss Kathleen Fisk was bridesmaid, and wore a frock of delphinium blue georgette beaded in silver, with a blue and silver coronet. She also carried a bouquet of pink carnations with silver streamer. Mr. H. McI. Fisk was best man. Afterwards a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Fisk received her guests in a frock of black embossed georgette and black lace hat relieved with beige, and carried a bouquet of bronze flowers. Later the bride and bridegroom left for a tour of the North Island, the bride travelled in a jumper suiut (sic) of beige crepe de chine and wrap coat to match. Their future home will be in Auckland.

Individual Notes

Note for:   John Athya,    -          Index

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     Surname from Kate Rachel Fisk's Death Notice

1st Name from Marriage Folio

*Marriage Details Date: 1927, Folio No: 9776, Names: John Athya and Bernice Eileen Fisk*