3 Aug 1912
St Barnabas, Dulwich, London, England
cert. shows Charles Richard as 44 widower leather worker resid. 24 Hambolt Rd, Clapham Common, s/o Samuel WILLCOCKS, sadler; Kate Margaret as 31 spinster resid. 220 Lordship Lane, d/o Frederick Joseph MADDAMS, dec'd, job master; Both signed; Wit.: Sarah MADDAMS; Charles Richard BAKER 
Kate and husband Charles emigrated to New Zealand on the 29th December 1923 aboard the "Athenic"
Kate Margaret's husband died aged 94 years in 1962 in New Zealand.
Kate Margaret died aged 83 years in 1964 in New Zealand.
Lewisham, London, England
MADDAMS: Frederick J 42 coach man b. Norwood, MDX; wife Mary A 37 Carriage proprietor b. Micheldever, HAM; Children: Louisa M 14, Frederick Wm 12, Kate M 10, Charles E 8, Ernest 6, Rose 4, George 2, Alice 6 mos all b. Sydenham, KEN 
Lewisham, London, Middlesex, England
Sisters Kate & Louise both servants in DULLEY hsehold
↑ Source #S1: 1891: Lewisham, London, hsehold of Frederick J & Mary A MADDAMS
↑ Source #S2: Birth reg. 1881 Q1 Kate Margaret MADDAMS, mother MUNDAY , Lewisham Union, 01D/1162
↑ Source #S3: Marriage (Par. Ch St Barnabas, Dulwich, London) #395 Pg 198 (3 August 1912), Charles Richard s/o Samuel WILLCOCKS ; Kate Margaret d/o Frederick Joseph MADDAMS);
↑ "New Zealand, Archives New Zealand, Passenger Lists, 1839-1973," database with images, FamilySearch Charles Willcocks, 29 Dec 1923; citing ship , Archives New Zealand, Wellington; FHL microfilm. Accessed 25th Jan 2018
↑ Source #S4: ProbateFile: Charles William Johnson, Oxford online at https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QK9V-KGM7 Agency: CAHX Accession: CH171 Series: 2989 (Christchurch Probate Files, 1855-2003) Item Code: R19661250 Box Number: 459 Record Number: CH28172/1949; First Image Number: 25 Last Image Number: 30
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Kate by comparing test results with other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Kate: