Natalie Frances Jacombs

Natalie Frances Jacombs[1]

Female 1912 - 2007  (95 years)

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  • Name Natalie Frances Jacombs 
    Born 14 Jul 1912  Wellington, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3, 4, 5
    Address:
    128 Abel Smith Street 
    Christened 20 Apr 1913  Wellington, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    Address:
    St Peters Church, Parish of St Peter 
    Gender Female 
    Travel 23 Mar 1915  New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    travelled from Wellington to Lyttelton with her mother on the s.s. Maori 
    Education 1923–1928  Auckland, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    attended Kowhai Junior High School, Howe St Girls' School and Auckland Girls' Grammar School 
    Sport Mar 1928–MAR 1930  Auckland, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    took part in swimming sports 
    Interest Dec 1928–JAN 1931 
    was an Auckland delegate at Girl Citizen Conferences at Marton and New Plymouth 
    Residence 1935  Auckland, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    Address:
    35 Grange Road, Mt Eden 
    Education Jan 1930–JUL 1937  Auckland, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [9, 10
    attended Auckland University College and Auckland Teachers Training School 
    Residence 1938  Auckland, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [11
    Address:
    6 Dunedin St 
    Residence 1938  Whakatane, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [12
    Sport Jun 1939  Whakatane, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    was in the Whakatane badminton team 
    Sport Nov 1939–MAR 1940  Whakatane, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    played tennis for the Methodist Tennis Club 
    Interest May 1933–SEP 1941 
    attended social occasions, mainly dances 
    Interest Apr 1942  Edgecumbe, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    was successful in a St John Ambulance First Aid examination 
    Sport May 1929–SEP 1943  New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [13
    played basketball at club level, at University, for Auckland, and for Whakatane, also umpired at Auckland 
    Interest Feb 1944 
    was secretary of the Awakeri Patriotic Sports 
    Interest 2 May 1944  Awakeri, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    attended a farewell dance held for her leaving the district 
    Residence 1946  Christchurch, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [14, 15
    Address:
    27 Tomes Road 
    Occupation Feb 1937–ABT 1948  New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Assistant Mistress at Awakeri School then Te Awamutu Primary School 
    Residence 1949  Te Awamutu, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [16
    Address:
    12 Downes Street 
    Residence 1954  Te Awamutu, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [17
    Address:
    12 Downes Street 
    Residence 1957  Te Awamutu, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [18
    Address:
    12 Downes Street 
    Residence 1969  Te Awamutu, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [19
    Address:
    12 Downes Street 
    Residence 1972  Te Awamutu, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [20
    Address:
    63 Bank Street 
    Interest 1978  [21
    took an overseas trip with Jack 
    Residence 1978  Te Awamutu, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [22
    Address:
    63 Bank Street 
    Residence 1981  Te Awamutu, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [23
    Address:
    63 Bank Street 
    Interest 27 Sep 1984  Te Awamutu, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [24, 25
    and Jack received an invitation to the Vice-Regal Centennial Dinner 
    Address:
    Albert Park 
    Will 20 Jun 1994  Te Awamutu, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [26
    Died 20 Nov 2007  Hamilton, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [27, 28, 29
    Address:
    Waikato Hospital 
    Funeral 24 Nov 2007  Te Awamutu, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [30, 31
    Address:
    Old St Johns Anglican Church, Arawata St 
    Cremated 3 Dec 2007  Hamilton, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [27, 32
    Address:
    the Hamilton Crematorium at Newstead 
    Probate 8 Jan 2008  Hamilton, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [33
    Address:
    High Court 
    _UID A83FD1676CF74C4D9F50AA91810A8345989A 
    Person ID I5  Treefive
    Last Modified 20 Dec 2015 

    Father William Henry Holmes Jacombs,   b. 7 Oct 1888, Christchurch, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Dec 1958, Auckland, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 70 years) 
    Mother Frances Mary Howell,   b. 3 May 1889, Waiwera, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Apr 1982, Auckland, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 92 years) 
    Married 21 Aug 1911  Auckland, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [34, 35, 36
    Address:
    St Barnabas Church 
    Family ID F454  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family John Herbert Sinnott,   b. 24 Sep 1913, Auckland, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Jan 1997, Te Awamutu, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 83 years) 
    Married 8 May 1948  Auckland, New Zealand Find all individuals with events at this location  [37, 38, 39
    Address:
    All Saints Church, Ponsonby 
    Children 
     1. Living
     2. Living
     3. Living
    Family ID F1  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos
    01018 Natalie Sinnott
    01018 Natalie Sinnott
    00007 Natalie and Eric Jacombs
    00007 Natalie and Eric Jacombs
    00027 Frances Mary Jacombs with daughter Natalie  abt 1918
    00027 Frances Mary Jacombs with daughter Natalie abt 1918
    00028 Eric, Natalie, Frances and John E. Jacombs  abt 1924
    00028 Eric, Natalie, Frances and John E. Jacombs abt 1924
    On holiday at Waiwera
    00274 Sinnotts, Stewarts and Kites
    00274 Sinnotts, Stewarts and Kites
    Bill, George, Charlie, Jack, Lou, Ellie, Gert, Natalie at Rotorua 1972
    00277 William Henry and Natalie Jacombs  7 May 1948
    00277 William Henry and Natalie Jacombs 7 May 1948
    00304 Natalie and Jack Sinnott
    00304 Natalie and Jack Sinnott
    Auckland 8 May 1948
    00504 Natalie Jacombs B.A
    00504 Natalie Jacombs B.A

  • Notes 


    • Natalie was born in Wellington, but grew up in Palmerston North and Auckland. Especially in earlier years, she was known as Trixie by family and close friends.

      In March 1915, Mrs Jacombs and her child (Natalie) travelled from Wellington on the s.s. Maori to Lyttelton. A Mr Jacombs travelled from Lyttelton to Wellington on the s.s. Monowai on 17 Oct 1915. It is unclear if this was Natalie’s grandfather John Edward or her father William Henry - possibly W.H. returning home after accompanying wife and child south, but he seems not to have been on the s.s. Maori with them.

      Kowhai Junior High School

      Natalie was a foundation pupil at Kowhai Junior High School in Auckland, where her school reports were excellent:
      1923, 2nd half, Grade 8A Gen - "A most promising pupil"
      1924, 1st half, Grade 9a Gen - "Most careful little student doing v. good work in all subjects."
      1924, 2nd half, Grade 9a Gen - "Excellent work done in all subjects except needle work which evidently doesn't appeal to Natalie. She is a thorough little student but is also keen on games."

      In Jan 1927, she qualified for matriculation following examinations in Nov 1926 at Howe Street Girls' School.

      Auckland Girls Grammar School

      Natalie went on to Auckland Girls Grammar School. In Oct 1928, she passed the examination for teachers' certificates. In Dec 1928, she was awarded a Sixth Form Prize, a certificate for history, in Dec 1928. Natalie was awarded the Form 6a prize for geography at the prize-giving ceremony on 16 Dec 1929.

      Swimming

      On 2 Mar 1928 Natalie swam in the Auckland Girls' Grammar annual swimming sports at Shelly Beach Baths. She came second in Group B of the Neat Jump, first in Group B of the Neat Dive and third in Group B of the Swallow Dive.
      In Mar 1929 she took part in a swimming carnival at Mount Eden Swimming Baths and won both the first heat and the final (by 5 feet, in 41 3/5 seconds) of the Junior Girls Handicap 50 Yards.
      On 13 Feb 1930 Natalie participated in the second Mt Eden Club carnival at the Mt Eden Baths in Bellevue. She swam in the 50 Yards Mt Eden Ladies' Handicap race, with a handicap of 6 seconds. In the third carnival in March, she swam in the 66 2/3 Yards Ladies' Handicap race, with a handicap of 13 seconds.
      In the Training College annual swimming championships in April 1932, Natalie was second in the 2nd heat of the 33 1/3 Yards, but did not place in the final. She won the Diving.

      In Dec 1928-Jan 1929 Natalie was an Auckland delegate at the annual Dominion Girl Citizen Conference held at Marton. In Jan 1931 she was a delegate at the New Plymouth conference.

      Auckland University and Teachers Training College

      In Jan 1930, Natalie was appointed as a probationer teacher at Mangawhai, before she went to Teachers Training College.

      Some notes from her university and training college days:
      • passed the annual term examination in Pure Mathematics Stage 1 at Auckland University College;
      • was a successful candidate in the University of New Zealand degree examination - First B.A. - held in Nov 1930;
      • passed the Training College entrance examination held in Nov 1930;
      • passed the annual term examination in English stage 1 at Auckland University College in 1931;
      • was successful in the University of New Zealand Second B.A. examinations in 1931;
      • was in the bridesmaids' chorus in the Training College operetta from Gilbert and Sullivan "Trial by Jury" on 28 Jul 1932 at the Auckland concert chamber;
      • passed the annual term examinations in English stage 2, French stage 2 and Oral French stage 2 at Auckland University College in 1932;
      • attended a farewell dance for outgoing students on 1 Dec 1932 at Auckland Training College;
      • was successful in the University of New Zealand Second B.A. examination for English 2 and French 2 in 1932;
      • was awarded a Trained Teacher's Certificate Class C (raised to Class B) in 1933 at Teachers Training College;
      • was successful in the University of New Zealand Final B.A. examination for History 1 held in Nov 1933;
      • also in 1933, was awarded an Auckland University College Blue in Basketball;
      • passed the annual term examination in Biology for B.A. at Auckland University College in 1934;
      • attended the Training College annual ball on 15 Aug 1935 at the Auckland University College assembly hall;
      • passed the term examination in English stage 3 in 1935;
      • was successful in the University of New Zealand Final B.A. examinations for Biology 1 and History in 1935;
      • was successful in the University of New Zealand Final B.A. examinations in 1936;
      • passed the term examination in French stage 3 at Auckland University College in 1936;
      • was awarded a Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1937 at the University of New Zealand;
      • received a Bachelor of Arts degree at the annual graduation ceremony of the Auckland University College on 14 May 1937 at the Auckland Town Hall;
      • was a member of the past students basketball team at a Training College reunion in Auckland on 16 Jul 1937.

      Teaching

      Natalie taught at several schools. In Feb 1937, she was appointed assistant mistress at Awakeri School. In Apr 1944, she was appointed assistant mistress at Te Awamutu Primary School.

      Awakeri School

      In a conversation between Natalie, Rex and Judy Sinnott in Natalie's room at Windsor Court, Ohaupo 17 August 2007, Natalie recalled her teaching days at Awakeri School. It was a 2-teacher school when she started, expanded a bit by the time she left. She enjoyed teaching there, and the climate was excellent. She recalled teaching her class in the public hall, as there were not enough classrooms at the school. At one stage there were 2 classes in the hall, divided by a curtain. The other teacher was Mrs Leather, whose shoes were very noisy on the wooden floor. Natalie moved to Te Awamutu because of the higher grading of the primary school - definitely not for the weather.

      Basketball

      In May and June 1929 Natalie was in the Killarua Senior Grade basketball team in Auckland.
      In Apr 1936 Natalie was named as a member of the Auckland University College Basketball Team to compete in the University tournament in Wellington at Easter.
      In Jun 1929 she umpired a third grade basketball match and, on the same day, played in the senior grade Probables team v the Possibles. She played again for the Probables v Possibles the following week. The week after, she umpired a third grade basketball match and again played in the senior grade Probables team v the Possibles. In the last week of July she played in the final Probables v Possibles match. On the same day, she played for the Killarua senior grade team.
      On 10 Aug she played in the Auckland B team against Thames, and on 22 Aug she played for the Killarua senior team. Later in August she umpired a Third Grade game between YWCA and Wellesley.
      In June 1930 Natalie umpired a Fifth Grade game between Aloha and Arohanui and between Bycrofts and Stedmans. In July she played in the Possibles team against the Probables for the Auckland representative basketball team. She was in the Auckland rep team announced later that month. She attended the dance held in honour of the rep team in August.

      In Mar 1931 she attended a dance held in honour of the Auckland University basketball tournament representatives - she was one of them.

      In May she umpired a Fourth Grade game between Woolworths and St Marys Girls' Club and a Third Grade game between YWCA and Ashley's, in June an Intermediate Grade game Suburbs and Manukau, in July a Fourth Grade B game between Seddon and Sunshine, and in August a Fourth Grade A game between Rovers and Seddon and a Third Grade A game between Edendale and Technical.

      In Aug 1931 Natalie was selected in the Auckland rep basketball team to play Wellington. On 22 August the team defeated Wellington at Newtown by 23 goals to 20. N. Jacombs, defence, was one of the outstanding Auckland players, according to a review of the game by the Evening Post.
      In Sep 1931, Natalie umpired a Senior Grade B game between Surrey Hills 1 and George Court's.
      In May 1932 Natalie umpired a Second Grade game between College and George Court's. In June she took part in Representative Trial practice. On 2 July she umpired 3 games - in Senior B, Second A and Intermediate Grades. On 30 July she umpired an Intermediate Grade game between Ashley's and Ascot.
      In Aug 1932 Natalie was selected for the Auckland rep basketball team to compete in the Dominion basketball tournament at Invercargill.
      In May 1933, on the same day, she umpired a Senior B game and a Third Grade A game. In early June, on the same day, she umpired 2 Grade 2 games.
      In Aug 1933 she was selected, as a University player, in the team to represent Auckland in the New Zealand basketball tournament to be held in Gisborne.
      In Sep 1933 she umpired a Senior B Grade game between Epsom Grammar B and Greers.
      In Mar 1934 she was selected for the Auckland University College rep team for the Inter-University tournament to be held at Christchurch at Easter. The Auckland team won the tournament.
      In Jun 1935 Natalie umpired a Senior Reserve Grade game between Suburbs and Edendale, in July a game between St Peter's and Seddon in the same grade, and in August a Senior B Grade game between Epsom Old Girls and Suburbs.
      On 14 Aug 1935 the Auckland Star previewed the Auckland rep team prior to the New Zealand tournament in Wellington 26-31 August. It noted that "In Miss Jacombs, who attained representative honours in 1930-1-2-3, we have one of the best and steadiest centres, and one who is always alert for passes whichever way the game turns." At the tournament, Natalie was selected for the North Island team to play the South Island in the concluding match on 31 August.
      Natalie was in the Auckland University College basketball team at the University tournament held in Wellington at Easter. She was noted as being an Auckland and North Island rep. The Evening Post noted that Auckland was one of the most formidable teams, and with the inclusion of 4 provincial reps should uphold the standard. The Auckland v Otago game was reported, with Auckland winning 9-6.
      In Aug 1936 Natalie umpired Second Grade B games between YWCA and Edendale and between Arahi and Waitemata, and an Intermediate Grade game between John Court and NZ Dry Cleaning.
      Also in August, she was named in the Auckland rep team to play in the New Zealand tournament in Christchurch the following week. In a preview of the tournament by the Evening Post, N. Jacombs was noted as one of only 4 Auckland players from the 1935 team. She was in the North Island team which lost to South Island 8-7 at the tournament.
      In May 1939 Natalie was the secretary for the Whakatane Basketball association, supplying the weekly draw for the competition. In June she was in the Whakatane Old Girls team that took part in a tournament and won the Wilkinson Trophy donated by the Mayor of Tauranga. The team also won the March Past.
      Also in June, Miss Jacombs, secretary of the Whakatane District Basketball Association, was named as a contact person for donations to the Association, in a letter to the Bay of Plenty Beacon by the president of the Association, seeking funds to upgrade the courts.
      In Jul 1939 Natalie was the Whakatane Probables v Possibles basketball trials, in the B team. In August, she was selected in the Whakatane reps to play at Rotorua and later that month in Whakatane.
      In Aug 1943 Natalie played for the Whakatane basketball team in the second round of the W. B. B. Association competition. On 21 Aug she played for Whakatane against a Paroa School team in a non-association game. She was in Whakatane team that took part in the Kurungaituku trophy competition on Rotorua on 10-11 Sep 1943.

      Social activities

      In May 1933 Natalie was a guest at the coming of age celebrations for Rona Edwards at Mayfair Cabaret, Karangahape Rd, Auckland. In Oct 1934 she attended a dance at Papatoetoe that marked the end of the winter season for the Papatoeote Amateur Athletic and Cycle Club.
      In May 1939 she was a guest at the wedding of Doris Shaw and Euan Hutton at Whakatane. She attended a dance held by the Whakatane Branch of the Red Cross in Apr 1940 and, in June and July, dances held by the Otakiri Patriotic Society in the Otakiri Hall. She also went to the Red Cross dance at the Winter Show Hall in July, a dance described as "the social event of the month" in September, and the Mokoroa Golf Club Ball in October of the same year. She also attended the last of the series of patriotic dances in Nov 1940, held at the Winter Show Hall, and in December, at the Otakiri Hall, a farewell function for district soldiers on final leave.
      There was more social activity in 1941. Natalie attended dances held by Patriotic Committees in March (2), May and September.

      Badminton

      Natalie played badminton for the Whakatane Club in 1939.
      Natalie was in the Whakatane B Grade badminton team that played Rotorua on 15 June. She lost her 2 doubles games, but won the combined doubles.
      In the match against Tauranga in late June, she lost in both of her doubles matches and in the combined doubles.
      Playing Te Puke in early July, Natalie won one doubles match, and lost the other doubles and the combined doubles.
      In the match against Awakeri on 12 July, Natalie won in both of her doubles matches and in the combines.
      In the final B Grade championship match, Tairanga decisively defeated Whakatane 10-2, Natalie losing both her doubles matches.

      Tennis

      In Nov 1939 Natalie was selected in the team to represent the Methodist Tennis Club in a match against the Presbyterian Club. She won her doubles match, but lost the singles and the combined doubles.
      In Feb 1940 Methodist played Ohope and won 13-11. Natalie lost her singles and doubles matches but won in the Combined Doubles.
      In Mar 1940 Natalie was in the Methodist team which defeated Knox Presbyterian by 13 matches to 11. She lost her singles and doubles but won the Combines. On 30 March she was in the Methodist team that defeated Ohope 13 matches to 11. She lost all 3 of her matches.
      Methodist beat Ohope at Ohope 14 sets to 9 in Feb 1941. Natalie lost all 3 of her matches. In early March Methodist drew with Knox 12 sets all, and Knox won on games 113-111. Natalie lost her singles and Combines games, but won the doubles. Later in March, Ohope defeated Methodist 16 sets to 7. Natalie lost her singles and doubles but won the Combines.

      St Johns Ambulance

      In Apr 1942 Natalie passed a First Aid examination held by the St John Ambulance Association at Edgecumbe.

      Sports organiser

      Natalie, as secretary of the Awakeri Patriotic Sports, advertised a sports day to be held on 15 Apr 1944.

      Leaving Awakeri

      A large crowd attended a farewell dance at the Awakeri Hall on 2 May 1944, held for Misses N. Jacombs and R. Kilbride who were soon to leave the district. Miss Jacombs received a wristlet watch and Miss Kilbride a silver cake dish. Mr Burstall said how much the girls would be missed by the residents of Awakeri, and wished them the best of luck for the future.

      Te Awamutu

      Natalie moved from Awakeri to Te Awamutu to take up the position of assistant mistress at Te Awamutu Primary School.

      She married John Herbert (Jack) Sinnott in 1948. They lived at 12 Downes St, Te Awamutu. Their children Rex, Gary and Linley grew up there. When all 3 children were school-age, Natalie worked at Te Awamutu College taking remedial reading classes, and later part-time at the accountancy firm of Kelly & Bryant.

      In late 1997 Natalie suffered a stroke, and shortly after moved from her home at 737 Bank St, Te Awamutu to the retirement home at Windsor Court in Ohaupo. She died in 2007. Her funeral was held at the Old St John’s Anglican Church in Arawata Street, Te Awamutu.

      Her friend Lorna Stewart

      Natalie was a bridesmaid at friend Lorna Stewart's marriage to John Litt. Lorna's father had died, and her mother was frail and living with daughter Eva in a small flat. So the wedding was held from the Jacombs' place at 6 Dunedin St, in All Saints Church in Ponsonby. Natalie recalled that her brothers Ted and Pip were still at school, and had a great time at the wedding breakfast.

      Earlier times

      Natalie reminisced with Rex Sinnott in early 1997 about her earlier life. Irma and Beryl O'Connor, great-granddaughters of NZ pioneer Edward Gibbon Wakefield, were friends of Aunt (Frances) Pheney. Frances Mary Howell stayed with them in Christchurch, and probably met William Henry Jacombs (later her husband) at that time. The O'Connor sisters moved to Auckland - probably Mission Bay. Both remained unmarried, and one (probably Irma) was for a long time a writer for the Auckland Weekly News. Both were well-known in literary circles. Irma and Beryl gave Natalie and Jack a large green vase as a wedding present. When Natalie died, the vase went to daughter Linley.

      Aunt Pheney lived in Bealey Avenue in Christchurch, Frances Howell probably stayed with her there.

      Pauline Durrieu was a longtime friend of Frances Jacombs (nee Howell), she was French. The origin of the friendship is unknown. Pauline had a sister Josephine and a brother Herbert, all unmarried. Pauline went overseas near the end of her life to visit the grave sites of relatives in France, so must have kept in touch. Josephine taught at Mangawhao with Natalie, was a mentor of sorts. Pauline and Josephine had a house in Mt Eden Road, Auckland. Herbert was very tall and slim with a mop of sandy-coloured hair. He worked as a cleaner. Pauline was a schoolteacher. The Durrieus had step-siblings.

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    3. [S146] BIR011 Birth Jacombs Natalie Frances - birth certificate.

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    25. [S570] Interest Sinnott, Mr and Mrs J. H. - programme for Vice-Regal Dinner, Mr and Mrs J. H. Sinnott; 27 September 1984.

    26. [S823] WIL026 Will - Sinnott, Natalie Frances, Natalie Frances Sinnott; 20 June 1994.

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    28. [S824] DTH136 Death notice Sinnott, Natalie Frances, Death notice; 22 November 2007; page C7.

    29. [S2786] DTH137 Death Sinnott, Natalie Frances, Natalie Frances Sinnott; 20 November 2007; death certificate; 2007029553; 7 December 2007.

    30. [S560] DTH122 Funeral Sinnott, Natalie Frances, Natalie Sinnott; 24 November 2007; Funeral service held at Old St Johns Anglican Church, Te Awamutu.

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    37. [S99] MAR036 Marriage Sinnott, John Herbert and Jacombs, Natalie Frances.

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    39. [S525] MAR077 Marriage Sinnott, John Herbert and Jacombs, Natalie Frances.