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CROWN GRANTS - Auckland 1867

Journal by ngairedith

Daily Southern Cross CROWN GRANTS, Auckland 20 April 1867
... Crown grants in favour of the following person are now ready for delivery at the office of the Registrar of Deeds, High-street, Auckland:

Alfred ALEXANDER

Alfred BARNES

Henry BARTON

Edward BASSETT

George BLACKBURN

William BLOW

James BRAITHWAITE

William Sydney BURGESS (1839-1922)

Hiram CHADWICK

Phillip Henry CORNFORD (1818-1901)
30 August 1901 - The death is announced of the Rev F. H. Cornford, father of Mr H. A. Cornford, barrister, aged 83 in Napier. The deceased entered the Baptist Church as a missionary in 1840. Coming to New Zealand in 1861, he had charge of the Wellesley-street Church, Auckland, till 1877. Coming to Napier in 1880, he founded a branch of teh Baptist Church here

Charles Kilvington CORNFORTH (1831-1901)
14 October 1901 Auckland this day - Charles K. Cornforth, an old Colonist, died on Saturday aged 70. He arrived here from London in the ship Gertrude and was for a quarter of a century schoolmaster under the Auckland Board of Education. (At one time teacher at the Pururu school)

Alexander CAMPBELL

Henry COTTERELL

William COURTNEY

Benjamin CUNNINGHAM

William Seller DAY (1839-1915)

James DONOVAN

John DOUGLAS

Charles Hodson DOVETON

James Henry DUCKWORTH

William DUNLOP

Albert & Sarah Jane EATON

Robert Elliott FISHER (1839-1869)
On Sunday, October 31 1869, Robert Elliott Fisher, Resident Surgeon, Lunatic Asylum, Auckland, and son of the late Rev John Fisher, Carrigallen, County Leitrim, Ireland, Aged 30. The funeral will leave the residence of Dr Philson, Grafton Road, at 4 p.m., this day (Tuesday), Nov 2

Hugh FRASER

James GALLAGHER

John GOLDIE

Anne GALLERY

James GLANFIELD

George GLEDHILL

Thomas GRACE

Samuel Martin GREEN (1833-1911)

John HENDON

George Ridsdale HINDE

Edwin HOLLOWAY (1838-1918)

Ann HUNTER

William Charles Howard IVERS

John Parkes JERVOIS (1823-1893)

Samuel JOHNSON

George JOHNSTONE

Henry George LITTLE (1816-1902)
On September 6 1902, at Cambridge, Henry George Little in his 87th year. The funeral will leave his daughter's residence (Mrs Townley), Union-street, on Tuesday, Spetember 9, at 2 p.m. Interment private

Frederick LONGDON

John MARTIN

John MOGINIE (1812-1892)
On January 27 1892 at Brisbane, Queensland, John Moginie, late of Auckland. Mr John Moginie, formerly in business in Auckland was aged about eighty. He removed to Australia several years ago with his family

Donald MORRISON

John MORROW

John McBETH

Patrick McALESTER

Donald McINNES

Ewen McLEAN

John McMILLAN

John McDONALD

Andrew McMAHON

Richard McQUADE

Henry Clay NATHAN

Henry NEGUS

Thomas PARKINSON

Martin PEARCE

Matthew John PERSTON (1827-1872)
On July 15 1872, at Shortland, Matthew John Perston, late secretary to the Kauwaeranga Highway Board, aged 45. Suicide of Mr Preston (... graphic)

William Augustus PERSTON (1828-1878)
in the 25th April 1878, at his residence, Pollen Street, Thames, William Augustus Preston, M.D., aged 50 years. Sudden Death of Dr Perston, House Surgeon at Thames Hospital

Charles PLUMMER

Robert PRATTS

George SCOTT

Thomas SCOTT

James & Stein Andrew SCRIMGEOUR

John Harvey SEWARD

Adam SHERLOCK

Octavius SMALLFIELD (1827-1904)
On September 2nd 1904, at his residence at Karaka, near Drury, Octavius Smallfiedl, aged 77 years

Edward STEVENS

Robert TERNAHAM

Gervase TIBBITS (1842-1920)
21 September 1920 Obituary of Mr Gervase Tibbits
... When a familiar face is missed from the streets, more especially when an early colonist exchanges time for eternity, the community feels a direct sense of loss
... since the decease of his wife in November of last year, Mr Tibbits had been living in retirement, boarding with Mr R. Lang, who had taken control of the old homestead on lease for a term
... the late Mr Tibbits had resided at Paparoa since the inception of the settlement and shared the battles of early colonisation
... for several years he was secretary of the North Kaipara Agricultural Society and he served on the Paparoa school committee. He was a fine penman and well adapted to clerical work
... of his family who were brought up at Paparoa, the following surviving members are well known:
* Mr E. G. W. Tibbits, Whangarei
* Mr A. H. Tibbits, Paparoa
* Mrs H. C. Nutsford (Henry Charles Nutsford m. Diane Phoebe Tibbits in 1888), Auckland
* Mrs R. Dodds, Paparoa (Robert Dodds m. Bernice Tibbits in 1902)
* Mrs L. S. A. Meiklejohn, Waihi (Lemuel Sydney Arnott Meiklejohn m. Elsie Tibbits in 1911)

William TURNER

George UDY (1801-1893)

Edward WALL

William WARD

Charles WHITE

William WILKINSON

Thomas Goodricke WILSON

Walter Cradock WILLIAMS

Thomas WOOD

John WYLES

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