Assorted documents, Mary Goodall Relief

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1932-1959

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A file containing memoranda, reports and contracts relating to the assistance of Mary Goodall by the Hawke's Bay Earthquake Relief Fund Trust. Stamped on the cover is: Napier 29, Closed. The file also bears the number 12297 and is titled: Hawke's Bay Earthquake Relief Fund Trust. Goodall Mary. Hawke's Bay Earthquake Relief Fund Trust.

The documents include:

Form, Estate Position Sheet, Hawke's Bay Earthquake Relief Fund Trust, Mary Goodall, dated 23 July 1948 - 1 February 1959.

Correspondence between the Public Trust Offices in Wellington and Napier, and Mary Goodall, 19 Clarence Street, Sydney, dated between 20 July 1954 and 18 March 1959. This correspondence concerns: continuation of pension; working in Australia for two years; cancel payments until return; payments not made to Goodall for four years, therefore her right to relief has expired, close file.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 27 July 1954: Mrs M Goodall.

Copy of a letter from the Public Trust Office Napier, to Mary Goodall, 44 Bombay Street, Ngaio, Wellington, dated 14 August 1953, regarding: continuation of pension.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 18 August 1953: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices Wellington, and Napier, and Mary Goodall, 44 Bombay Street, Ngaio, Wellington, dated between 3 July 1953 and 11 July 1952, regarding: continuation of pension; in Australia caring for ill son.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 21 July 1952: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Wellington and Napier, and Mary Goodall, 44 Bombay Street, Ngaio, Wellington, dated between 12 July 1951 and 11 July 1952, regarding: continuation of pension; change of address; travelling to Australia to visit son.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 20 August 1951: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Wellington and Napier, and Mary Goodall, 134 Ghuznee Street, Wellington, and 44 Bombay Street, Ngaio, Wellington, dated between 12 March 1951 and 25 July 1951, regarding: continuation of pension; change of address; travelling to Australia to visit son.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 2 September 1950: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Wellington and Napier, and Mary Goodall, 65 Fox Street, Cobden, Greymouth, dated between 6 July 1950 and 1 September 1950, regarding: continuation of pension; in South Island to care for ill relation.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 2 July 1949: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Wellington, Christchurch and Napier, and Mary Goodall, 65 Fox Street, Greymouth, dated between 23 August 1948 and 8 July 1949, regarding: continuation of pension; in South Island to care for ill relation.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 23 July 1948: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Wellington, Christchurch and Napier, and Mary Goodall, 23 Young Street, Spreydon, Christchurch, dated between 22 November 1947 and 20 July 1948, regarding: continuation of pension; in Christchurch to care for ill daughter.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 23 July 1947: Mrs M Goodall.

Form, Estate Position Sheet, Hawke's Bay Earthquake Relief Fund Trust, Mary Goodall, dated 7 April 1936 - 1 August 1948.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Wellington and Napier, dated between 7 July 1947 and 12 July 1946, regarding: continuation of pension.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 29 July 1946: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Wellington and Napier, dated between 13 February 1946 and 12 July 1946, regarding: continuation of pension.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 6 August 1945: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Christchurch and Napier, and Mrs Goodall, 11 Pratt Street, Redcliffs, Christchurch, dated between 21 March 1945 and 13 June 1945, regarding: continuation of pension; Laurence working temporarily on farm; moving to Wellington where some family live, 45 Thompson Street.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 22 January 1945: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Christchurch and Napier, and Mrs Goodall, 11 Pratt Street, Redcliffs, Christchurch, dated between 8 February 1944 and 8 January 1945, regarding: continuation of pension.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 28 January 1944: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Christchurch and Napier, and Mrs Goodall, 11 Pratt Street, Redcliffs, Christchurch, dated between 3 February 1943 and 25 January 1944, regarding: continuation of pension.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 31 December 1942: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Christchurch and Napier, and Mrs Goodall, 11 Pratt Street, Redcliffs, Christchurch, dated between 3 February 1942 and 3 December 1942, regarding: continuation of pension.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 18 February 1942: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Christchurch and Napier, and Mrs Goodall, 11 Pratt Street, Redcliffs, Christchurch, dated between 16 January 1941 and 18 February 1942, regarding: continuation of pension.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 27 January 1941: Mrs M Goodall.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Christchurch and Napier, and Mrs Goodall, 11 Pratt Street, Redcliffs, Christchurch, dated between 16 January 1941 and 16 January 1941, regarding: continuation of pension.

Letter to Public Trustee, Napier, from Mrs Goodall, 70 Milton Street, Spreydon, Christchurch, dated 4 January 1941, regarding: Kenneth started working from 9 December 1940.

Minute Sheet, Public Trust, dated 16 September 1940, regarding: Mary Goodall and amount of pension.

Correspondence between Public Trust Offices in Christchurch and Napier, and Mrs Goodall, 70 Milton Street, Spreydon, Christchurch, dated between 6 February 1940 and 4 September 1940, regarding: continuation of pension.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 15 January 1941: Mrs M Goodall.

Memoranda between Public Trust Offices in Christchurch and Napier, dated between 19 January 1939 and 19 January 1940, regarding: continuation of pension.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 9 February 1939: Mrs M Goodall.

Memorandum between Public Trust Offices in Christchurch and Napier, dated 19 January 1939, regarding: continuation of pension.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 17 January 1939: Mrs M Goodall.

Memoranda between Public Trust Offices in Christchurch and Napier, dated between 17 February 1938 and 11 February 1938, regarding: increase in pension; continuation of pension.

Application, Renewal of Maintenance of Allowance, dated 17 February 1938: Mrs M Goodall.

Memoranda between Public Trust Offices in Christchurch and Napier, dated between 16 March 1936 and 11 February 1938, regarding: amount of pension; increase in pension; changes of Mary Goodall's addresses, 32 Southey Street, Beckenham, 70 Milton Street, Spreydon, Christchurch; continuation of pension.

Minute Sheet, Public Trust, dated 12 March 1936, regarding: Mary Goodall and amount of pension.

Memoranda between Public Trust Offices in Christchurch and Napier, dated between 2 February 1934 - 9 March 1936, regarding: enquiries about Mrs Goodall's present circumstances and continuation of pension; Eileen Olive Goodall reaching 16 years of age and no longer eligible for pension; all children in good health and still at school.

Letter from Mrs Mary Goodall, 105 North Road, Papanui, Christchurch, to Public Trustee, Napier, dated 28 August 1933, regarding: Workers' Compensation Act, Mr Goodall self employed; Mary on holiday in South Island when Mr Goodall killed, and was unable to say whether he was working or not when he was killed.

Correspondence between The Registrar of Pensions, Pensions Department, Christchurch, and Napier Public Trust Office, and Mrs Mary Goodall, 35 Bury Street, Sumner, Christchurch, dated between 16 April 1932 and 21 August 1933, regarding: Mary Goodall receiving reduced pension; extension of reduced pension for another 12 months; recommendation to apply for compensation under Workers' Compensation Act.

Letters between Mrs Mary Goodall, 35 Bury Street, Sumner, Christchurch, and Public Trustee, Napier, dated 7 April 1932, regarding: reduction in pension has resulted in £1 difference a month, can this be covered by Relief Fund.

Memorandum from The Registrar of Pensions, Pensions Department, Christchurch, to Napier Public Trust Office, dated 18 April 1932, regarding: Mary Goodall receiving pension of £130 per annum.

Letter from Mrs Mary Goodall, 35 Bury Street, Sumner, Christchurch, to Public Trustee, Napier, dated 7 April 1932, regarding: birth certificates attached: Four copies, Certificate of Date of Birth dated 1932, for: Laurence Anthony Goodall, born Sydenham, 12 September 1929; Kenneth Albert Goodall, born Hastings, 14 February 1925; Sinifred Margaret Goodall, born Hastings, 21 December 1922; Eileen Olive Goodall, born Sydenham, 30 March 1919.

Memorandum from Napier Public Trust Office to The Registrar of Pensions, Pensions Department, Christchurch, dated 7 April 1931, regarding: Mary Goodall assistance.

Letter from Public Trustee, Executive Officer, Central Committee, Hawke's Bay Earthquake Relief Fund, to Mrs Mary Goodall, 35 Bury Street, Sumner, Christchurch, dated 17 March 1932, regarding: moneys subscribed for assistance.

Two copies, Memorandum from Public Trust Office Napier, to Christchurch, dated 12 November 1931, regarding: Mary Goodall amended Application for Assistance.

Amended Application for Assistance. For Dependents of Persons Killed or Permanently Injured in Earthquake, dated 19 October 1931. Applicant: Mary Goodall, 35 Bury Street, Sumner, Christchurch. Person killed: Albert Edward Goodall, aged 37.

Memoranda between Public Trust Offices in Wellington, Christchurch and Napier, dated between 19 October 1931 and 6 November 1931, regarding: A E Goodall, deceased.

Application for Assistance. For Dependents of Persons Killed or Permanently Injured in Earthquake, dated 19 October 1931. Applicant: Mary Goodall, 35 Bury Street, Sumner, Christchurch. Person killed: Albert Edward Goodall, aged 37.

Memoranda from Public Trust Offices Napier, to Christchurch, dated 9 October 1931, regarding: Mary Goodall relief assistance.

Letters exchanged between Mrs Mary Goodall, 35 Bury Street, Sumner, Christchurch, and Relief Committee, dated between 12 September 1931 and 17 September 1931, regarding: permanent provision query, husband killed on 3 February in Hastings in Earthquake; she suffers ill health from operation eighteen months ago.

Memoranda between Public Trust Offices at Wellington, Christchurch and Napier, dated between 22 April 1931 and 12 May 1931, regarding: Mary Goodall's request not to sell furniture; new transportation quote for furniture transport to Christchurch; Mary Goodall's decision to remain in Christchurch; grant made for furniture transport.

Letter from the Secretary, to Mrs Mary Goodall, 35 Bury Street, Sumner, Christchurch, dated 21 April 1931, regarding: request not to sell furniture; application to Earthquake Relief Committee Christchurch for assistance with passage to Napier.

Letter from Mrs Mary Goodall, 35 Bury Street, Sumner, Christchurch, dated 15 April 1931, regarding: not to sell furniture, for such a small amount she would return to Napier to live, can the Trust provide travelling expenses.

Memorandum from Napier Public Trust Office to Wellington Public Trust Office, dated 11 April 1931, regarding: transport of furniture.

Letter from the Secretary, to Mrs Mary Goodall, 35 Bury Street, Sumner, Christchurch, dated 11 April 1931, regarding: cost of transport of furniture exceeds value of furniture, therefore suggest selling.

Note, from H S Seed, dated 10 April 1931, regarding: valuation of Mrs Goodall's furniture too low.

Inventory, Estimated value of Mrs Goodall's furniture, dated 10 April 1931. List includes items in sitting room, three bedrooms, and kitchen.

Counting machine tape, undated, with sums.

Memoranda from Public Trust Head Office to Mr A R Coad, Napier Public Trust Office, dated 31 March 1931, regarding: transport of furniture from the Napier address of 181 Shakespeare Road, to 46 Carlyle Street, Sydenham.

Letter from Public Trustee, Executive Officer, Central Committee, Hawke's Bay Earthquake Relief Fund, to Mrs Mary Goodall, 35 Bury Street, Sumner, Christchurch, dated 17 March 1932, regarding: moneys subscribed for assistance.

Extract from Part I of the Schedule to Paragraph 14 of the Minutes of the Meeting of the Central Committee on 9 March 1932: Mary Goodall, widow, and the four children - Eileen, Pegg, Kenneth and Lawrence, of Albert Edward Goodall, late of Napier, Signwriter. A payment of £1.2.6 per week to the widow until she shall die or sooner remarry, reduced by the amount of the widow's pension received or receivable by the said widow, other than the pension allowance in respect of any child of the said widow. A payment of 15/- per week for each child until such child shall die or sooner attain the age of 16 years, reduced by the amount of the widow's pensions received or receivable in respect of such child.
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Various coloured papers printed and lined, typed, handwritten, and stamped, bound by cotton tape. The documents are bound in the top left corner, with cardboard covers.
Measurements
Length x Width: 340 x 215mm
Subject date
1932-1959
Display location
Credit line
from the Public Trust Office
Other number(s)
m98/62, 78307

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