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David ANDERSON + Elizabeth BELL - Dannevirke

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OBITUARY of DAVID ANDERSON (1831-1911)
buried in Napier but mentioned in the Tararua District Councils Historical Records
see also: Settlers Cemetery Dannevirke

Evening Post, 21 August 1911
... Mr David Anderson, the head of the firm of Anderson and Son, coachbuilders, etc., of Dannevirke, is dead. The late Mr Anderson was born at Clatt, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, in 1831, and learned the coach building trade under his father, with whom he worked many years. He came to New Zealand in 1851 in the ship Fatima


Manawatu Standard, 21 August 1911
... The death occurred at his son's residence, Napier South, of Mr David Anderson, the head of the firm of Anderson and Son, coachbuilders of Dannevirke, a well-known Hawke's Bay resident in his eightieth year. Deceased arrived in Lyttelton in the sailing vessel 'Fatima' in 1851, and after a residence in different parts of Canterbury for 35 years, removed to Dannevirke 16 years ago, where he was in business as a coach-builder


Hawera & Normanby Star, 24 August 1911
... Mr David Anderson, the head of the firm of Anderson and Son, coachbuilders, of Dannevirke, is dead. He came to New Zealand in 1851 in the ship Fatima


Timaru Herald, 29 August 1911
... ANDERSON - At Napier, on August 16th, 1911, at his son's residence, David Anderson, the dearly beloved father of Mrs George Saunders and Mrs W. B. Andrew, of Pleasant Point; in his 80th years.
...... Not lost, but gone before


Timaru Herald, 29 August 1911
... Old residents of Pleasant Point will remember Mr David Anderson, who carried on business as blacksmith and coachbuilder in the township from some time in the sixties till 1886, when he moved to Napier and later to Dannevirke. News has been received of the death of Mr Anderson a few days ago.
He was a native of Clatt, Aberdeenshire, and had reached the age of 80 years. The local paper states that the late Mr Anderson was a popular townsman. He possessed a fund of humour, and was always ready with a smart retort or witty reply. He took a keen and intelligent interest in all local and political matters, and his death removes a very familiar figure among the old identities of the place.
Deceased is survived by four sons and five daughters. Two of the latter are Mrs G. SAUNDERS and Mrs W. B. ANDREW of Pleasant Point.
The interment took place at Napier on Saturday, where the remains of deceased's wife, who died some years ago, were interred

NOTE the Passenger List of the Fatima is only a partial list and does not include David at this stage


DAVID ANDERSON (1831-1911)
was born 14 Nov 1831 in Clatt to:
John ANDERSON (1796-1878) & Margaret HOME (1809-1902)
He married ELIZABETH BELL (1842-1889) in 1862
ELIZABETH was born in Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland

the CHILDREN of DAVID & ELIZABETH:
... 1
1863 - 1955 George Innes Anderson

... born in Christchurch - died in Dannevirke
... George married Elizabeth Jane HILL (1860-1933) in 1890
... George & Elizabeth are buried at Mangatera

... 2
1864 - 1945 Mary Ann Cameron Anderson

... born in Timaru
... Mary married George SAUNDERS in 1886

... 3
1866 - 1939 Margaret Home Richmond Dale Anderson

... born in Timaru
... Margaret married William Bradley ANDREW in 1882
... Margaret is buried Plot 345, Row 10 at Pleasant Point cemetery

... 4
1870 - 1961 Flora McDonald Anderson

... born in Christchurch
... Flora married Alexander Menzies PATTILLO in 1901 at Pleasant Point

... 5
1875 - ? John Anderson

... nothing known about John

... 6
1877 - 1935 James Strachan Bell Anderson

... - died in Dannevirke
... James married Vera Winifred CROSS in 1910
... James is buried Plot 32, Block ZF at Mangatera cemetery

... 7
1879 - 1960 Anne Forbes Anderson

... - died in Auckland
... Anne married Alfred Henry JONES in 1901

... 8
1883 - ? Jessie Anderson

... nothing known of Jessie

... 9
1884 - 1957 William Sefton Anderson

... served in WWI as Sapper 26497 with the NZEF, 16th Reinforcements New Zealand Engineers
... William died in Auckland
... buried SOLDIERS BURIAL L Row 11, Plot 86 at Waikumete


PHOTO
PLOT 345, Row 10 at Pleasant Point cemetery

Grave site of David's daughter, Margaret Home Andrew

Surnames: ANDERSON ANDREW BELL CROSS HILL HOME PATTILLO SAUNDERS
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