Charles Courtenay Waud

Male, (1880 - 1936)
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FatherCharles Baetens Waud (1850 - 1918)
MotherHarriet Gertrude Stentiford (1858 - 1902)
Relationship2nd great-grandson of Thomas F. Farmar
ChartsFarmar Descendants
BirthCharles Courtenay Waud was born 23 February 1880 in Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand. 
INFO CIV REG INDEX NZ Birth 1880 Waud, Charles Courtney #1961 (JunQ, Dunedin.) 
INFO SCHOOL ENTRY. from Index: Admission 25 Feb 1885. WAUD Courtenay. School: Normal School Dunedin. Reg. #0918. Parent: C. Waud. Address: Canongate St. Birth: 23 Feb 18?? Record: p.42 HKN AG294/N/0918. (NZSGIndex5.) 
INFO PHOTO of Charles Courtenay Waud and two friends. (CorresDINRK email 19Mar2012.)
INFO THEATRICAL NOTES. Otago Witness, 4 Jan 1905, p.60. Report of shows at Christchurch: "The Williams Dramatic company opened here on Thursday. . . The company's season has been successful here . . . The principals are . . . Chas. Waud. . . and Ruth Waud." (OtagoWitPP.) 
INFO THEATRICAL REVIEW. Taranaki Herald [New Plymouth, NZ], 23 Jan 1906, p.7. WHITEHOUSE COMPANY. "There was a good attendance at the Theatre Royal last evening, when the Whitehouse Bioscope Company gave the opening performance of a two-night's session. . .. Miss Ruth Waud played an overture effectively. . . and Mr Charles Waud, who has a good baritone voice, was recalled for his excellent opening number. Later the same gentleman sang several comic songs, to the evident enjoyment of the audience, who honoured him with double encores." (TarankHerPP.) 
INFO ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCEMENT. Taranaki Herald [New Plymouth NZ], 26 Oct 1907, p.5. On Tuesday evenng next, the Warwick Bioscope Company will produce in the Theatre Royal a series of life motion picutres taken in England . . .. Mr. Charles Waud will render musical items during the evening." (TaranakHerPP.) 
INFO THEATRICAL NEWS. New Zealand Free Lance [Wellington NZ], 21 Mar 1908, p.14. "The well and favourably known couple Graham and Dent, are giving a clever representation of the burlesque, "A Lucky Catch." Others appearing are . . . Charles C. Waud, comedian." (NZFreeLanPP.) 
MarriageHe married Adela May Ireland, daughter of James Thomas Ireland and Evangaline Alice M Shaw, 1910 in New South Wales, Australia. 
INFO CIV REG INDEX AUST NSW Marriage Charles C Waud, Adela M Ireland, #12016/1910 Glebe District. (NSWBDMIndex.) 
INFO DIRECTORY. New South Wales, Australia. 1926-1930 Waud CC, 101 Ourimbah road, Mosman. (SandsNSWDir LDS991598, -600, -602, -604, -606. 1926-1930.) 
INFO DIRECTORY. 1929 Charles Waud, prof of music, 68 Sackville st, Grey Lynn, Auckland. (WiseNZPODir p.2373.) 
DeathCharles Courtenay Waud died 14 July 1936 in Epping, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, at age 56. 
INFO DEATH NOTICE in New Zealand Herald. WAUD on July 14, at Epping, Sydney, Charles Courtenay (Shorty), only brother of Edith Porteous, 72 Sackville St, Grey Lynn.. (by cable). (NZHerDeaNot LDS1438930.) 
INFO FUNERAL NOTICES. 1) "WAUD -- The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Adela May Waud and family are invited to attend the funeral" of Charles Courtenay, to leave chapel of Wood Coffill funeral dirs, Thursday [Jul 16] at 11 am for the crematorium Rookwood, by road. 2) WAUD Relatives and friends of Mr & Mrs J.H. Smith of Glebe, Mr & Mrs D. Paterson of London, Mr & Mrs D. MacKinnon of Guildford, Mr & Mrs A. Capewell of Botany are invited to funeral of br-in-law. 3) WAUD. "Masonic Lodge Thespian no.258 U.G.L. N.S.W. -- Officers and members are invited to attend the funeral of their late bro. Charles C. Waud ... 
INFO-5gen DEATH NOTICE. "WAUD. July 14, 1936, at his residence, 23 Boronia-avenue, Epping, Charles Courtenay, beloved husband of Adela May Waud . . . . [names deleted] . . ., aged 56 years." (SydMornHer 16 Jul 1936, p.8.) 
INFO CIV REG INDEX Aust NSW Death Charles Courtenay Waud. Father Charles, Mother Harriett Gertrude. #15772/1936. Distr: Ryde. (NSWBDMIndex.) 
INFO-5gen MEMORIAL NOTICES in Sydney Morning Herald 14 July 1937: 1)"WAUD - In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, Charles Courtenay ," who d. 14 July 1936, (poem) ..loving wife Adela and sons . . .[names deleted] . . . 2) "Memories of dear Court .. badly missed . . .[names deleted] . . .." (SydMornHer 14 Jul 1937, p.14.)