Husband Dafydd ap Madog
Born: Abt 1328 - Garth EyreChristened:Died:Buried:
Wife Catherine Verch Morgan Ap David Ap Madog
Born: - Brynbwa, Maelor GymraengChristened:Died:Buried:
1 M Morris Vaughan 1
2 M Evan Gethin 1
3 M Ifan Vaughan 1
Born: Abt 1368 - Llansilin, Denbighshire, WalesChristened:Died:Buried:
Notise Magele and Florence Rea
Husband Notise Magele
Wife Florence Rea
Father: Herbert Edwin Rea (1866-1931)Mother: Faifaiese Malietoa ( - )
1 M Edwin Magele
Born: 12 Apr 1918 - Vaiala, Apia, SamoaChristened:Died: Oct 2001 - New ZealandBuried:
Spouse: Senia Lotumallii (1924-2005)
Major Arthur Mair and Elizabeth Harriet Siddons
Husband Major Arthur Mair
Wife Elizabeth Harriet Siddons
Father: Henry Siddons (1774-1815)Mother: Harriet Murray (1783-1844)
Alexander Vaughan Leipzic Wood and Marjorie Florence Makins
Husband Alexander Vaughan Leipzic Wood
Born: 8 Sep 1867 - Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales 2Christened: 25 Sep 1867 - Tenby, Pembrokeshire, WalesDied: 28 Jan 1933Buried:
Marriage: 8 Sep 1909 - St. George Hanover Sq., London, Surrey, England 3
Wife Marjorie Florence Makins
Born: Abt Sep 1887 - Kensington 4Christened:Died:Buried:
1 M Basil Alexander Charles Wood
Born: 27 Mar 1914 - St George, Hanover Square, London, EnglandChristened:Died: Apr 1998 - London, England 5Buried:
General Notes: Child - Basil Alexander Charles Wood
William Henry Makins 13th Hussars
Husband William Henry Makins 13th Hussars
Born: Abt Sep 1887 - Kensington 4Christened:Died:Buried:
Marr: 8 Sep 1909 - St. George Hanover Sq., London, Surrey, England 3
Herbert Edwin Rea and Faifaiese Malietoa
Husband Herbert Edwin Rea
Born: 1866 6Christened:Died: 13 Sep 1931 - Outside Royal Infirmary, HullBuried:
Father: John Rea (1831-1900)Mother: Jane Martha Dawson (1835-1930)
Other Spouse: Alice Charlotte Cherry (1888- ) - 21 Mar 1931 - Sculcoates, Yorkshire, England
Other Spouse: Taiafi ( - ) - 22 Nov 1894 - Roman Catholic Cathedral, Apia, Samoa
1. Education: Trinity House School.
2. Occupation: Humber River Pilot.
Wife Faifaiese Malietoa
1 F Florence Rea
Spouse: Notise Magele ( -1965)
General Notes: Husband - Herbert Edwin Rea
b.2nd Q 1866, He attended Trinity House School Hull and was a Humber River Pilot. He lived in Apia, Samoa for a long period during his life arriving in the 1880's. He had a confounding number of wives/relationships and children, which was, apparently, not unusual for English Expats in Samoa. On November 22 1894 he married Taiafi, daughter of a Samoan named Lualemnana, in a Roman Catholic Cathedral. Richard Hetherinton, Robert Louis Stevenson's lawyer, was listed as a witness. Herbert was listed as divorced and Taiafi was listed as "under age". Herbert was listed as a surveyor and accountant. Herbert, also, married Faifaiese Malietoa (a member of the Samoan Royal family): they had a daughter Florence Rea b.??d.?? Florence Rea married Notise Magele b.? d .1965: they had a son Edwin b. 12 April 1918, Vaiala, Apia Samoa (died Oct 2001, New Zealand). He married Senia Lotumallii b.1924, Safune, Samoa d.2005, New Zealand. In 1910 a woman identified as Flora Pfanchuk was staying with Edith (Rea) Lee in Hawaii and was identified as a sister in law from Samoa. Could this have been Faifaiese after her divorce from Herbert and remarriage to a man surnamed Pfamchuk? If so, the wife who, in February 1907, visited John Henry Rea in Germany with Herbert (first visiting Cologne) could have been Taiafi. They may have returned from Germany via England as, later, in 1907, Herbert Edwin and his wife travelled on SS Canada (Dominion Line) from Liverpool (they left on 25 July 1907) to Montreal on their way to Samoa. On the ship's manifest Herbert's occupation is listed as Planter, and Herbert Edwin's age is noted as 40 whilst he wife was 30 years old. Presumably, Herbert obtained his land from his Samoan princess wife, as in that culture, the royal family were, generally, the largest landholders. It is said that Faifaiese got a cold and then died when she was quite young. Polenesians were very susceptible to western diseases and many died.
Herbert Edwin Rea also had a relationship in Samoa - which, maybe, started in about 1906 - with Annie Cealia Wilson b.abt 1884(German but born in Apia, Samoa) - she was the maid to Herbert and his wife. Herbert and Annie had two children Herbert b?; and Dora b 29 Dec 1916, Apia d. 1 Aug 2009, New Zealand. Dora married Eric Barnard Neumegen b.1901 Auckland NZ d.1965 Hawkes Bay NZ (his father Walter Martin Neumegen had started the law firm Neumegen & Neumegen in New Zealand). Annie Cealia and her two children lived in Samoa, though they spent some time in Fiji, returning at a later date to Samoa. In later life Dora (Annie Cealia's daughter) said that she and her brother "felt bitter " towards their father Herbert Edwin.
In 1913 a "Mrs H E Rea" (as listed on the ship's manifest) sailed with her daughter Daphney aged 4 from Pago Pago, Samoa (via Sydney) to Honolulu - she left on 26 Sept 1913 on SS Ventura and arrived on 3 Oct ; her husband paid for their passage and they were both described as having a dark complexion with black hair and brown eyes; Mrs. Rea was aged 29 and her daughter was 4. It may be that they were visiting Herbert Edwin's sister Edith Maria Lee (nee Rea), as Herbert Edwin is known to have been in contact with her during this period. It would appear that this may have been a different wife from the one who was age 30 when she traveled with Herbert to Germany in 1907. It is said that Herbert Edwin Rea also had a relationship with a woman in Tonga. She was, possibly, named Emmi - as a postcard was written from The Friendly Isles (Tonga) from an "Emmi" to Jane Martha Rea (addressing her as "Dear Mother") on 9 February 1912. Could the Mrs. Rea with daughter Daphney be this Emmi? Herbert Edwin owned land in Tonga and he had left instructions that on his death the land should pass to his Samoan grandchildren. However, after his death, there was a dispute between the grandchildren about this and so the land did not go to them.
Herbert Edwin was still a Planter in Samoa in 1918 as the documents relating to a journey he took on his own at this time from Samoa to Liverpool via Sydney Australia, Honolulu and New York all confirm this. In fact this journey took some time: he left Sydney, sailing on SS Sierra, on 30 January 1918 and arrived in Honolulu on 13 February - the ship's manifest for his arrival in Honolulu is very detailed: he is described as married though his nearest relative is named as his son T H Rea in Samoa (could this be Cealia's son Herbert?); his last permanent residence was Apia, Samoa and his final destination was London with his passage being paid for by himself. He declared that he had been to the USA before (California in 1881) but that he was staying in Honolulu to visit his sister Mrs T Lee (ie Edith Maria Rea); he was described as having a fair complexion, height 5 feet 7.5 inches, with brown hair and brown eyes. He stayed in Honolulu until 26 March 1918 when he left for San Francisco on SS Sonoma and arrived there on 1 April 1918 (NB on the ship's manifest he is described as single and his nearest relative or friend is named as F. Syddall p/a Apia Samoa). The last leg of his journey to England was from New York to Liverpool on The White Star Line SS Canopic and he arrived there on 28 April 1918: the UK incoming passenger list states that his permanent residence was Samoa but the 'country of intended future residence' is noted as "England'; his address in England is given as 'c/ o Messers W & H Johnson, National Oil Works, Hull' - the firm of his brother-in-law (his sister Mary Jane Rea was married to Hubert Johnson) .
Herbert E Rea was elected a Fellow of the Royal Colonial Institute (now the Royal Commonwealth Society) in 1918: he was listed as non-resident and based in Samoa.
He left the UK and arrived in Sydney Australia in Spring 1922. He became a sheep farmer but conditions were so bad that he sailed from Sydney to London on the SS Baradine, arriving there on February 27, 1931. On 21 March 1931 at the Register Office, Sculcoates, Hull Herbert Edwin Rea married Alice Charlotte Cherry, aged 43. He is listed on the marriage certificate as a widower and a retired Master Mariner, whilst she was a spinster and the address for both of them was Braybrook, Willow Park Hessle, Hull and the witnesses were Alice's mother and stepfather. Alice Charlotte Cherry b. 1st quarter 1888, Hull was the daughter of George Ernest Cherry, a lamp merchant, who had died a few months after his daughter was born; In the spring of 1890 at St Luke's church Hull her mother Alice Elizabeth remarried - to Frederick Dixon, also a lamp merchant and manufacturer, - W H Dixon & Co, 294 Beverley Road Hull. On 30 September 1931 Herbert Edwin Rea died of coal gas poisoning: the verdict at the Inquest held on 2 October was that he had committed suicide. The death certificate notes that he had been working as a commercial traveller/travelling salesman and that his address was 4 Murray field Road, Chanterlands Avenue Hull.
General Notes: Wife - Faifaiese Malietoa
John Peter Mangels and Stella Alice Sands
Husband John Peter Mangels
Born: 26 Sep 1882 - New YorkChristened:Died: 7 Apr 1957 - San Mateo, CABuried:
Father: Henry Mangels ( - )Mother: Cecilia ( - )
Marriage: 24 Feb 1915 - Brooklyn, NY 7
Wife Stella Alice Sands
Born: 10 Mar 1882 - Brooklyn, New YorkChristened:Died: 27 Feb 1957 - San Mateo, CABuried:
Mother: Jeanette Williamson (1850-1922)
1. Occupation: 1910, Telephone Operator.
2. Occupation: 1900, Dress Maker.
1 M Merritt Mangels
Born: 6 Nov 1918 - Brooklyn, New YorkChristened:Died: 26 Mar 2008 - Redwood City, CABuried:
Augustus Grace Berwick Manners-Wood and Alice Maud Smith
Husband Augustus Grace Berwick Manners-Wood
Born: 1 Sep 1897 - Noupoort, Cape Province, South AfricaChristened:Died: 19 Dec 1991 - East London, Cape Province, South AfricaBuried:
Marriage: 1 Oct 1931
Wife Alice Maud Smith
Born: 19 Oct 1904 - East London, Cape Province, South AfricaChristened:Died: 16 Sep 1991 - Edenvale, Transvaal, South AfricaBuried:
Horace Gould March and Edna Rea
Husband Horace Gould March
Born: 9 Sep 1906Christened:Died: 22 Sep 1980Buried:
Marriage: 26 Dec 1934 - St. Pauls, Maindee, Newport, Mon
1. Occupation: merchant seaman.
Wife Edna Rea
Born: 21 Feb 1906Christened:Died: 13 Oct 1986 - DorsetBuried:
Father: George Alfred Rea (1862-1915)Mother: Vossi Wilson (1863-1942)
1 M Peter John March
Born: 21 Mar 1936 - Denmark Hill, London, EnglandChristened:Died:Buried:
Llywelyn ap Seisyll and Angharad Verch Maredudd
Husband Llywelyn ap Seisyll
Born: Abt 974 - Deheubarth, WalesChristened:Died:Buried:
Other Spouse: Cynfyn Brenin Ap Gwerystan (Abt 0978- ) - 1023
1. Crowned: Queen of Wales.
1 Griffith J.E. Pedigrees of Anglesey and Caernarvonshire families, 196.
2 1871 census, Lampeter Velfrey, Pembrokeshire.
3 Civil Registration London 3rd Quarter 1909, vol. 1a pg. 1098.
4 Civil Registration Kensington, 3rd Quarter 1887, vol. 1a pg. 174.
5 Civil Registration Kingston upon Thames 4/98 Register # A64 Entry #79.
6 Civil Registration Myton 1866, Cert. # Hull: MYT/63/40.
7 Brooklyn Marriage
Certificate # 2511 1915.