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Gladys Sibthorpe (Hawley) Drake (1888)

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Gladys Sibthorpe "Libshorpe" Drake formerly Hawley
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[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
Profile last modified 11 Jan 2019 | Created 3 Dec 2013
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Births, Deaths & Marriages New Zealand (

  • BDM NZ Birth cert 1888/8410
  • BDM NZ Marriage cert 1912/5402


  1. Entered by Kirsty Ward.


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On 11 Jan 2019 at 05:55 GMT Darian Zam wrote:

Gladys divorced Gerald Drake in 1919. ' a written admission of sin whilst away (at war). Decree nisi, etc.' See my comment on his profile.

It is possible she remarried c1925-1926 to Norman Wallace Stevens, a Canadian from Pittsburgh. There is no death record for a Gladys Hawley or Drake. The only Gladys Sibthorpe there are records for is Gladys Sibthorpe Stevens also born 1888. If this is correct she had only one son with her second husband, also named Norman Wallace (Jr., 1930-2000). There is also no marriage record for Drake/Hawley and Stevens, it's possible they married in Canada or America. The Stevens family operated N.W. Stevens & Co Ltd in Auckland which made a number of household products like Lushus jelly which was one of the most popular brands in the country.

Gladys is 25 degrees from T S Eliot, 26 degrees from Walter Howe and 20 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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