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DAILL to DUNSTALL buried Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

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The people with the surname D who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
indicates a link to a profile

DAILL Olive M, 30 Oct 1901 aged ?
- buried Grave 48, Block D
no such name (or variations of) found anywhere

DALES Charlotte (nee GOODING), 24 Aug 1909 aged 46
- buried Grave 36, Block H
- lived in High St, Dannevirke
- born in Featherston 14 June 1863, 2nd of 16 children of Jacob GOODING & Sarah Ann BURLING
- she married Robert Jackson Dales (below) in 1883
their 6 sons are at her link above
her HEADSTONE reads:
'Until the day break and the shadows flee away'
...She was ready for His coming, she was listening for the call
...and of the dark deep river tide, she had no fear at all.
...For she trusted in the finished work, of Him who came to save,
...and she knew that friend would bear her, in safety o'er the wave"
Erected by her loving husband & Sons.

DALES Robert Jackson 1925 aged 68
- buried Grave 37, Block H next to wife Charlotte
- Robert was a Second Hand Dealer. He lived in Swinburn St, Dannevirke
his HEADSTONE reads:
'And the Lord said unto him, Peace be unto thee, fear not'
...He laid his prayer before thee and trusting in thy word
...though all was silent in his heart, he knew that thou hads't heard.
...To that blest city lead him Lord, still choosing all his way
...Where faith melts into vision, as the starlight into day

DALY Mary Ann, 15 July 1911 aged 32
- buried Grave 52, Block K
Mary never married, she lived in High St Dannevirke

DALZELL Annie Wilhelmina, 16 Feb 1901 aged 3
- buried Grave 50, Block B
- daughter of Abraham DALZELL & Christina Margarethe Sophie GARTNER
the children of ABRAHAM & CHRISTINA:
1894 - 1894 Susanna Christina Dalzell (aged 4 months)
1895 - 1931 William John Henry Dalzell (+Jean WOODS, buried Mangatera)
1898 - 1901 Annie Wilhelmina Dalzell (born Ashhurst)
1902 - 1970 Samuel Abraham Dalzell (+Alice UNSWORTH 1923)
1908 - 1992 Frederick Alexander Dalzell (+Jessie Doreen BANNER)
1911 - 1984 Charles Morsid Dalzell (died aged 73)
1913 - 1993 Ronald George Dalzell (+Mona Grace ?)
1918 - 2010 Ethel May Francis Dalzell (+Gordon McDONALD)

DAVIDSON Edward David, 11 April 1909 aged 27
- buried Grave 64, Block J with Isabella Davidson (1844-1929)
- he lived in Taradale Rd, Dannevirke
Bush Advocate, 13 April 1909 Mr J. C. Davidson has sustained a sad bereavement in the death of his brother, Mr E. D. Davidson, who arrived from Scotland a few months ago. The deceased, who was a young man of 27, was in indifferent health when he arrived, and the change did not work the improvement hoped for. The interment took place this afternoon, the Rev A. Grant officiating
his brother was possibly John Cattanach Davidson (1876-1961), buried Mangatera

DAVIDSON Isabella, 1 March 1929 aged 85
- buried Grave 64, Block J with Edward David Davidson (1882-1909)
- she lived in Taradale Rd, Dannevirke

DAVIS Lawrence Joseph Rees/Reece, 22 July 1910 aged 11 months
- buried Grave 30, Block H
- he lived in Tiratu, Dannevirke
- son of Henry Edward DAVIS & Mary Julia WILLIAMS (1887-1967)
their children were:
1904 - 1988 Coral Louisa Jane Davis (+Henry Thomas Edwards in 1925)
1905 - 1987 Edward John Davis
1909 - 1910 Lawrence Joseph Reece Davis

DAWSON Hurren, 1 June 1905 aged 16 hours
- buried Grave 72, Block F
- born on the 1st wedding anniversary of his parents: James Martin DAWSON born Tokomairiro (1867-1952) & Janet Beatrice SHURY of Ashburton (1876-1962)

DEADMAN Harry Oswald, 14 March 1903 aged 4.7
- buried Grave 74, Block E
born 10 Aug 1898 to Arthur Augustus DEADMAN (1872-1952) & Bessie Elizabeth SHAW (1877-)
Bush Advocate, 16 March 1903 DEADMAN - On March 14th, at Dannevirke, Harry Oswald, youngest son of Arthur Augustus Deadman, aged 4 years and 8 months. [Wairarapa papers please copy]
... the children of ARTHUR AUGUSTUS & BESSIE:
* 1896 - 1960 Edward Alfred Deadman (+ Rosella Doris BERGERSON in 1921)
* 1898 - 1903 Harry Oswald Deadman (as above)
New Zealand Herald, 3 August 1901 WELLINGTON DIVORCE COURT - In the Divorce Court to-day decree nisi was granted in the Wairarapa case of Arthur Deadman v Bessie Deadman and Fred. Deadman (William Frederick Deadman) co-respondent and brother of the petitioner.
Fred (1869-1940) & Bessie married in 1909 (she used the name Bessie Shaw)
... the children of WILLIAM FREDERICK & BESSIE:
* 1901 - 1962 Albert Ernest Deadman (+ Mary Frances BOX in 1928)
* 1909 - 1984 Eric Frederick Deadman
NOTE
Bessie's sister, Maria Shaw (1884-1907), married another brother, George Samuel Deadman (1874-? of Masterton & Makotuku) in 1906 (after the birth of their 4th child):
* 1900 - 1974 George Deadman
* 1902 - Ellen Deadman
* 1904 - Flora (Florence May) Deadman (+ Charles William RUNDLE in 1922)
* 1906 - 1972 Ida Hilda Deadman (+ Clifford John WAUGH in 1925)
Maria died in 1907 aged 23 (possibly during the birth of another son) & George remarried in 1910 to Annie Elizaneth BIRKETT.
In Feb 1919 George was sentenced to 7 years hard labour
NOTE These Deadman brothers were 3 of 7 sons of William DEADMAN (1839-1919, died Ohakune) & Elizabeth JONES (1839-1920), one of the first settler families of the Wairarapa. See also DEADMAN marriages

DEAN unnamed stillborn, 12 Oct 1913
- buried unknown location
- child of George Leonard DEAN & Mary BAI

DEAN Edwin, 16 Aug 1914 aged 77
- buried Grave 7, Block E with wife Mary Ann Dean (1863-1917) & granddaughter Rosie (1906-1942)
- was the Borough Ranger

DEAN Mary Ann (nee ALDING), 29 July 1917 aged 57
- buried Grave 7, Block E with husband Edwin (1837-1914) & granddaughter Rosie (1906-1942)
- she lived in McPhee St, Dannevirke
born in Milton under Wychwood in 1861, a daughter of William & Mary Jane Alding. She married Edwin Dean 18 Aug 1878 at Waipawa

DEAN William John, 2 Sep 1902 aged 22
- buried Grave 14, Block D
- son of William DEAN (1857-1929) & Harriet ALDING (1861-1928)
William was born in Lyttelton (1 of 16 children) & died in Piripiri, Dannevirke
Harriet was born on Oxfordshire, married 1877 in Te Aute & died in Dannevirke
the known children of WILLIAM & HARRIET:
* 1878 - 1960 Emma Jane Dean
* 1880 - 1902 William John Dean (as above)
* 1883 - 1962 Nellie Dean
* 1884 - 1964 Bertha Dean
* 1886 - 1968 Richard John Dean
* 1888 - 1953 George Leonard Dean
* 1889 - 1956 Bertie Dean
* 1890 - 1982 Frank James Dean
* 1892 - 1968 Alice Maud Dean
* 1895 - 1896 James Allan Dean
* 1897 - Frederick Lionel Dean
* 1898 - 1978 Linda May Dean
* 1903 - 1992 Charles Bathurst Dean
see also Bathurst Family in New Zealand

DEAN William, 17 June 1911 aged 1 day
- buried unknown location
- son of Johanna Dorothy and Richard John Dean

DENNIS Mary Ann 1911 aged 76
- buried ?

DICK (Mrs) Flora Beatrice (nee MAIN) 1906 aged 25
- buried Grave 16, Block G
- daughter of Frederick & Harriet Emily MAIN
- she married James Samuel Gibson Dick in 1901

DIGGLE (Mrs) Hannah Whytem 31 May 1910 aged 50
- buried Grave 9, Block 1
- she lived in Gordon St, Dannevirke

DINNESEN Anne, 19 Sep 1902 aged 42
(database has misspelling of DinMesen. Sometimes spelt Dinnesen, Dennesen & Denneson)
- buried Grave 8, Block C
- the wife of Dinnes Christensen Dinnesen, (a Dane, 1852-1928). He was a Labourer in Dannevirke when he received his naturalisation letter in July 1887. He is buried Mangatera
- died the day before her daughter Ivy
- buried Grave 8, Block C with daughter Ivy (below)
Bush Advocate, 19 September 1902 The friends of Mrs Dennesen (note spelling), of Mangatera, will regret to hear of her death, which occurred at an early hour this morning. The deceased was a resident of Dannevirke for about twenty years. The late Mrs Dennesen was aged 42 years, and she leaves a husband and five children to mourn their loss
the children of ANNE & DINNES:
1881 - Tonnas? Dinnesen
1882 - Thomas Samuel Dennesen
1886 - 1971 Caston/Kesten Dinnesen?
1884 - Hannah Maryann Dinnesen
1888 - 1951 Neil Christian Dennesen
1890 - Mabel Dinnesen
1896 - Alice Gertrude Dinnesen
1902 - 1902 Ivy Maria Dinnesen (father was not recorded)
- a John Frederick Dinesen (1848-1921) was a painter in Palmerston North in 1893 when he received his naturalisation letter

DINNESEN Ivy Maria 20 Sep 1902 aged 1 month
- died the day after her mother
- buried Grave 8, Block C with her mother Anne (above)

DITTMER Alfred Miro 1901 aged 16 months
- buried Grave 54, Block A
- son of August Frederick Ferdinand DITTMER & Mary KING
Mary King (born 1863 in Scotland), met her husband to be, August Friedrich Ferdinand DITTMER (born 1853 in Germany) on the HYDASPES which arrived in Lyttelton in Nov 1878. August was to make his last voyage as First Mate on the Hydaspes, had he made one more voyage as First Mate, he would have attained the rank of Captain. But Augusts seafaring days were over and he married Mary King at The Holy Trinity Church, Lyttleton in 1879. August owned property at Port Levy until late 1887 before moving to the North Island on to their farms at Maharahara, Umutaoroa, Te Pu (21km north of Rotorua) and finally their last farm at Ngongotaha (Rotorua). Here Mary and August celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary with a large gathering of family and friends and enjoyed several more years together before Mary died in 1938 and August 5 years later at the age of 90.
They are buried at the Kauae Cemetery, Ngongotaha, beside one of their 13 children, Brigadier George Dittmer
- August was a labourer in Lyttelton, Christchurch when he received his letter of Naturalisation in May 1883
said to have had 13 children - those known to date:
1880 - 1964 August Frederick Dittmer
1882 - Christopher Franz Dittmer
1884 - 1960 Edward John Dittmer (+Elizabeth GRANT in 1923)
1886 - 1976 James Flemming Dittmer (+Ruby Wileen DAWSON +Florence Jane EXTON)
1889 - 1975 Robert Dittmer (+Trilby Clarice CHAPMAN in 1915)
1891 - 1980 Agnes Dittmer (+William Herbert HAYDEN in 1915)
1893 - 1979 George Dittmer (+Leonie May DAVIS in 1919)
1895 - 1972 Rose Dittmer (+Charles Frederick TURNER in 1915)
1897 - 1992 Herbert Dittmer (+Vera Hilda Geraldine GWILLIAM in 1920)
1900 - 1901 Alfred Miro Dittmer (aged 16 months)

DOUBLE Alfred Martin 1903 aged 40
- buried Grave 15, Block F
- married Sarah Grace HUGHES (1865-1939) in 1885, had 9 children. Sarah remarried in 1911 to Andrew Honeyman BENNIE (1859-1928) of Polmont, Scotland who had previously been married to Mary Adelaide QUEALE (they divorced). Andrew was the Publican of the Railway Hotel in Johnsonville during the 1880s, the Caledonian Hotel in Adelaide Rd Wellington in the 1890s (he had a daughter Mary in about 1899 who had the middle name of Adelaide), also the 13 roomed Porirua Hotel in the late 1880s & 1890s

DOUGLAS James Walter, 29 June 1910 aged 67
- buried Grave 19, Block H
- James was an Accountant
- he lived in Mangatera, Dannevirke
HEADSTONE READS: Sacred to the memory of James Walter Douglas (Master Mariner), born London May 22 1843, died June 29 1910, aged 67 years. And Rifleman Percy Osman Douglas, died of wounds LeQuesnoy France November 10 1918, aged 33 years. Loved long since and lost awhile"

DOWNE Joshua Wilfred, 24 Nov 1911 aged 44
- Buried Grave 67, Block I
- Joshua was a Marae Interpreter
- he lived in Burns St, Dannevirke
- his name is spelt DOWN on BDM
- in 1884 (at the age of 17) Joshua was at Te Aute College when he won the higher Te Makarini scholarship

DRANE William Demmex, 11 July 1909 aged 19 hours
- buried Grave 42, Block K
- he lived in Maine St, Dannevirke

DRINKWATER George, 5 Sep 1901 aged 18
- born 10 Feb 1883, twin son of Henry DRINKWATER & Sarah FRANKLIN (below)
- died in Foxton
- buried Grave 53, Block A

DRINKWATER Henry, 2 Feb 1910 aged 61
- Henry & Sarah married on 14 March 1874 in the Upper Baptist Chapel, Milton, Oxford, England
- they emigrated to New Zealand on the Halcione which arrived in Napier in July 1874 (Henry was then 25 & Sarah 24)
- Henry was a Carrier
- Henry helped establish the Dannevirke Volunteer Fire Brigade in 1895
- he lived in Queen St, Dannevirke
- buried Grave 51, Block H with Sarah (below)

DRINKWATER Sarah (nee FRANKLIN), 9 June 1920 aged 71
- buried Grave 50, Block H
- she lived in Queen St, Dannevirke
- buried Grave 50, Block H with her husband Henry (above)
the 15 children of HENRY & SARAH

DULEY Jane (nee ROBINSON), 31 August 1911 aged 89
- Jane lived in Dannevirke
- buried Grave 92, Block K
- she married John Thompson Duley, possibly in Bendigo, Australia as some of her children are born there
- a son, [url=http://www.familytreecircles.com/john-william-duley-1860-australia-married-mary-ann-peck-1863-in-new-zealand-1882-18076.html]John William Duley (1863-1956) married Mary Ann PECK (1863-1903)

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DUNPHY Ellen (nee CAHILL), 2 January 1907 aged 66
(NOT at Settlers cemetery)
- buried Plot 260A, Block 1 at Ormondville
Bush Advocate, 3 January 1907
... DUNPHY - On January 2nd, Ellen Cahill, dearly beloved wife of W. Dunphy, of Waikopiro
Poverty Bay Herald, 3 January 1907
... DUNPHY - On January 2nd, at Whetukura, Ormondville, Ellen, the beloved wife of William Dunphy, senr., after a long and painful illness (Deeply regretted)
NOTE
Evening Post, 30 June 1930 Mr William Dunphy, an old resident of Whetukura, Hawkes Bay, passed away recently at the advanced age of 91 at the residence of his daughter, Mrs Hawthorne, in Brougham street, Wellington. The late Mr Dubphy was born in County Kilkenny, Ireland, and came of an old and much respected family. His goldmining success, which enabled him to return later to Ireland, was gained in 1862 at the Dunstan rush, where he was one of the first to arrive, and at the Shotover. He took up farming later in New South Wales, and then in Whetukura, where he lived from 1890 to 1920. After returning, he resided with his daughter in Wellington. His wife died many years ago. He leaves a family of four sons and three daughters. A large number of friends paid their last respects at his funeral. The pall bearers were Messrs W. Chadwick, W. Williams, W. Clegg, J, Castles, F. Ellingham and J. M. Smith
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DUNSTALL Ethel Rebecca (nee McHARDY) 11 Feb 1901 aged 15.5
(not listed on cemetery database but mentioned as interred with daughter Olive)
- Ethel was born 16 Sep 1885 to Alexander McHARDY & Mary Ann SUNNEX
- she married Samuel Dunstall (1877-1935) on 10 Nov 1900
- buried Grave 12, Block D with daughter Olive who died 5 weeks before her

DUNSTALL Olive Myrtle May, 5 Jan 1901 aged 3 days
- buried Grave 12, Block D with her mother Ethel


... The A names ABBOTT to AYLWARD

... The B names BAER to BURTON

... The C names CALDER to CUNNINGHAM

... The D names DAILL to DUNSTALL

... The E names ECCLES to EVANSEN

... The F names FALCONER to FYFE

... The G names GAMMON to GUNTER

... The H names HAINES to HYNDES

... The I names ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN

... The J names JACOBI to JONES

... The K names KENNY to KUITI

... The L names LAMBERT to LYNN

... The M names MABERLY to MURRAY

... The N names NASH to NUTTALL

... The O names O'CONNOR to O'SULLIVAN

... The P names PALENSKY to PRIOR

... The R names RANKIN to RYAN

... The S names SARGISSON to SYKES

... The T names TACON to TWEEDDALE

... The V name VICARY

... The W names WALKER to WYSOCKI

... The Y name YOUNGHUSBAND

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