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FALCONER to FYFE buried Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

Journal by ngairedith

The people with the surname F who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
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FALCONER Elizabeth, 15 May 1905 aged 30 [Historical Record Only]
- conveyed to Masterton and buried Plot EF, Row 7, Plan V at Archer Street with husband Donald Lonttit Falconer (1859-1895) who was killed when felling trees on his brother David's property at Upper Fernridge

FARRELL Amelia Ruth (nee CURRAN), 31 Oct 1915 aged 24
- buried Grave 28, Block K with son Cyril Kenneth
- daughter of Thomas CURRAN & Emma BIRD
- Amelia married William George Farrell in 1908
their children:
1908 - Cyril Kenneth Farrell
1909 - Myrtle Gwendoline May Farrell
1911 - Vera Rose Farrell
1912 - Theodore Ronald Farrell
- lived in Tennyson St, Dannevirke

FARRELL Cyril Kenneth, 20 Oct 1908 aged 5 months
(database has 5.6 years)
- buried Grave 28, Block K with his mother Amelia (above)

FEATHERSTONE Isabella Mildred Whiffen 'Belle'
(nee HANNAY) 14 Aug 1908 aged 25
- (database has Eliza Mildred Khiffen)
- buried Grave 24, Block J with 6 day old daughter Maude Edith
- married Alfred Henry Featherstone in 1907
- lived in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke
- Isabella died 6 days after the birth of daughter Maude Edith
- Alfred remarried in 1909 to Margaret Winifred BRAMALD

FEATHERSTONE Maude Edith, 14 Aug 1908 aged 6 days
- buried Grave 24, Block J with mother Belle above

FERGUSON William, 16 Sep 1908 aged 7 days
(BDM has 7 days - cemetery database has 3 days)
- buried Grave 49, Block G
- lived in McPhee St, Dannevirke
- born 9 Sep 1908 to John Douglas FERGUSON & Catherine MATHESON
children of JOHN & CATHERINE:
1897 - John Alexander Ferguson
1898 - Catherine Elizabeth Ferguson
1902 - Flora Ferguson
1904 - Allan Douglas Ferguson
1906 - Jean Catherine Ferguson
1908 - 1908 William Ferguson (aged 7 days)
1911 - 1912 William Duncan Ferguson

FERGUSON William Duncan, 5 Jan 1912 aged 4 months
- buried Grave 38, Block I
- lived in Denmark St, Dannevirke

FIECKEN Christian George, 1913 aged 20
- buried Grave 45, Block B (double plot)
- son of Frederick FIECKEN & Marianne FRITZ (below)
- lived in Dannevirke

FIECKEN Frederick, 1947 aged 88
- buried Grave 91, Block B
- Frederick was a Blacksmith in Dannevirke
- the husband of Mary Ann FRITZ (below)

FIECKEN Marianne (nee FRITZ), 31 March 1945 aged 86
- buried Grave 90, Block B with husband Frederick
- married Frederick Fiecken in 1882
- lived in Dannevirke
the children of Frederick & Marianne:
1883 - Emma Matilda Fiecken - married Wilson Herbert NICOLL 1906
1885 - Frederick John Fiecken
1886 - Gustav Rudolf Fiecken - married Rose Ann O'HAGAN in 1910
1890 - Maria Catherina Fiecken
1893 - Christian George Fiecken
1901 - 1901 Wilhelm Ludvig Fiecken

FIECKEN Wilhelm Ludwig, 8 Dec 1901 aged 10 weeks
- buried Grave 50, Block D
- son of Frederick FIECKEN & Marianne FRITZ (above)

FIELD Sarah (nee CORBETT), 30 May 1908 aged 86
- buried Grave 21, Block J
- Sarah married William Field (1825-1880) in Ullingswick, Herefordshire in 1841
- they arrived into Wellington 30 Jan 1857 on the Indian Queen & settled in Carterton
NOTE Papers Past has a misprint of Jan 1875, which date has been copied from there by other researchers. However, the Indian Queen brought settlers to NZ in 1856-1857 & 1866-1867, then on 28 March 1867 the ship was destroyed by fire at Napier (just after landing the passengers)
- Sarah was living in Waterloo St, Dannevirke at her granddaughters home
Wairarapa Daily Times, 3 June 1908
... Mrs Sarah Field, relict of the late Mr William Field, of Carterton, who predeceased her about thirty years ago, died at the residence of her grand-daughter, Mrs Hennon (sic), at Dannevirke, on Tuesday last. She had reached the advanced age of 86 years, and the end was due to senile decay. The deceased lady, whose maiden name was Corbett, was born in Preston, Herefordshire, England. She married Mr William Field at Ullingswick in 1841, and together they arrived in New Zealand by the ship Indian Queen, in January 1875 (sic). A few years later they settled in the Three Mile Bush, now Carterton, where Mrs Field resided till her removal to Dannevirke, about a year ago. She had been in a weak state some months prior to her death

FILEWOOD Ann, 23 July 1910 aged 73
- buried Grave 71, Block J with James William
- lived in Burns St, Dannevirke

FILEWOOD James William, 12 Aug 1913 aged 80
- buried Grave 71, Block J with Ann
- born in Surrey, England to James William FILEWOOD & Susannah FIRTH
- James was a Labourer living in Burns St, Dannevirke

FINDLAY Agnes Ellen, 27 June 1906 aged 4.2
(database has Angus Ella)
- buried Grave 69, Block F
- a daughter of David FINDLAY & Rosina MIST who married in 1897
their known children:
1898 - Caroline Janet Findlay
1899 - Myrtle Mabel Findlay
1902 - Agnes Ellen Findlay
1906 - Jessie Rosina Findlay
1909 - Jean Findlay
1911 - Rosina Margaret Findlay

FISCHER Bernard Carl, 19 Jan 1908 aged 7 weeks
- buried Grave 36, Block F
- 2nd of 2 sons of Richard Max FISCHER & Mary Gwenda THOMSEN
- lived at Ruahine St, Dannevirke

FISCHER Richard Max, 4 Oct 1909 aged 43
- buried Grave 35, Block F
- Richard was a Storekeeper in Mangatera. He died of a fractured skull when driving his trap down a hill in Mangatera. The horse got out of control capsizing the vehicle
- he left a widow & 1 son. His wife Mary remarried in 1916 to Herbert Samuel TAYLOR

FIVEASH Annie Eliza (nee SKINNER), 12 Feb 1902 aged 57
- buried Grave 64, Block C
- married Thomas Fiveash (1849-1912) in September 1868 in Wadhurst, Sussex, had 8 children. Thomas was born in Wadhurst, Sussex, England to Thomas Fiveash & Mary Anne GIBBS
Bush Advocate, 13 February 1902
... FIVEASH - On Feb. 12, at the residence of her husband, Robjohns street, Dannevirke, Annie Elizam the beloved wife of Thomas Fiveash; aged 57 years. The funeral will leave the residence of mr Fiveash at 2.30 p.m. to-morrow for the Dannevirke cemetery
... We regret to have to record the death of Mrs T. Fiveash, which occurred at her husband's residence yesterday after about a fortnight's illness
Bush Advocate, 14 February 1902
... The funeral of the late Mrs Fiveash was held this afternoon. Rev E. Robertshawe conducted the burial service, and a large number of wreaths were forwarded by friends of the family. The large attendance at the funeral was evidence of the great esteem and respect in which the deceased lady was held

FORTUNE Albert John, 3 April 1900 aged 6 weeks
- buried Grave unknown
- son of John Hume FORTUNE & Annie Alice PECK
children of John & Annie:
1889 - John Fortune
1890 - Mary Elizabeth Fortune
1894 - Ethel Emily May Fortune
1895 - Florence Ada Fortune
1898 - Arthur Allan Fortune
1900 - Albert John Fortune
1906 - Eileen Susan Fortune
1908 - Gordon John Hume Fortune

FRAME Marjorie Lilian, 25 May 1907 aged 6 months
- buried Grave 100, Block G
- born 15 Nov 1906, 7th of 7 children of William George Francis FRAME (1868-1949), a Coachbuilder, & Mary JOHNSTONE who married in St Pauls Church, Napier 9 July 1892
the children of WILLIAM & MARY:
1893 - 1894 William Henry Frame
Hawkes Bay Herald, 10 Jan 1894 FRAME - At Napier on Tuesday, January 9th, 1894, William Henry, only child of William George Francis and Mary FRAME, aged 11 months
1894 - Agnes May Frame
1895 - Elsie 'Mabel' Frame
1897 - Maude Frame
1901 - George Edward Frame
1904 - Beatrice Mary Frame
1907 - Marjorie Lilian Frame (BDM has Margaret Lilian)
OF INTEREST
NZ Truth, 10 Feb 1912
What Happened at a Dannevirke Meeting

FRASER Archibald Ross, 7 Nov 1911 aged 72
- buried Grave 52, Block H
- lived in High St, Dannevirke

FRASER David, 26 Nov 1903 born still
- buried Grave 28, Block G
- son of David Henderson FRASER & Sarah HUTCHINSON

FRASER David Henderson, 18 Dec 1905 aged 31
- buried Grave 28 Block G
- David died at Wanganui Hospital

FRASER James Cumming, 21 Nov 1899 aged 51
- buried Grave unknown

FRASER James Lovatt, 20 Feb 1910 aged 72
- buried Grave 29, Block G
- he was a Settler & lived in Tennyson St, Dannevirke
His HEADSTONE READS: In loving memory of James L. Fraser, who died Feb. 20 1910, aged 72 years. Also of his son David H. Fraser, died Dec 18 1905, aged 32 years. Also of his grandson David, died in infancy

FRASER Margaret, 27 June 1916 aged 73
- buried Grave 27, Block G

FREEMAN Ada Emma, 1 April 1947 aged 61
- buried Grave 11, Block H with Anthony, Gertrude & Roger Freeman
- Ada mever married

FREEMAN Antony, 19 Oct 1941 aged 6 days
- buried Grave 11, Block H with Ada, Gertrude & Roger Freeman

FREEMAN Frederick William, 15 Sep 1956 aged 70
- buried Grave 13, Block H
- born 1886 to James Spier & Lucy FREEMAN

FREEMAN Gertrude Maud, 24 July 1956 aged 80
- buried Grave 11, Block H with Ada, Anthony & Roger Freeman
- Gertrude never married

FREEMAN James Spier, 22 Dec 1930 aged 78
- buried Grave 12, Block H with wife Lucy
- lived in Burns St Dannevirke & was the Secretary of the Hawkes Bay Jockey Club

FREEMAN Lucy, 6 March 1941 aged 93
- buried Grave 12, Block H with husband James

FREEMAN Roger, 30 Oct 1941 aged 16 days
- buried Grave 11, Block H with Ada, Anthony & Gertrude Freeman

FREEMAN Walter Yates, 22 June 1908 aged 17
- buried Grave 10, Block H
- lived in Burns St Dannevirke
- born 1890 to James Spier & Lucy FREEMAN
Bush Advocate, 22 June 1908 We regret to have to announce the death of Walter, the youngest son of Mr J. S. Freeman, which occurred at the hospital this afternoon. The deceased was a sturdy lad of 18, and came home from his employment at Waituna ill on Friday last. Mr and Mrs Freeman and their family will have the deep sympathy of many friends in their sad bereavement
Bush Advocate, 23 June 1908 FREEMAN - On June 22nd, 1908, at Dannevirke, Walter yates, third son of James and Lucy Freeman, in his 18th year. Will friends kindly accept this intimation
Bush Advocate, 25 June 1908 The funeral of the late Walter Yates Freeman was held this afternoon, and there was a large attendance of friends of the bereaved family. The service at the graveside was conducted by the Rev. E. Robertshawe, who was assisted by the Rev. F. W. Whibley. A number of wreaths and floral emblems were forward by sympathising friends. Mr and Mrs Freeman have received many kindly expressions of sympathy in their say bereavement

FRIIS Alfred Anderson, 4 July 1902 aged 33
- Grave 44, Block F
- son of Lauritz Andresen FRIIS & Mathea Caroline CHRISTOFFERSON
- killed in an accident
Bush Advocate, 4 July 1902 This morning a man named Alfred Friis was killed while employed in the Totara Sawmill Company's bush at Oringi. It appears that, at about 10 o'clock he was felling a tree when a dry linb came down and struck him. Deceased, who was a brother of Mrs W. Henderson, only commenced work at the Oringi sawmill last Monday. His parents are old residents of Dannevirke and he was a popular young man in the community, being highly esteemed and respected by his acquaintances. Deceased's relatives will have the sympathy of the townspeople in the sad bereavement they have sustained. The deceased, who was about thirty-two years of age and single, was killed instantly, being considerably injured by the falling limb.
The Inquest

FRIIS Lauritz Anderson, 1909 aged 50
- buried Grave 79, Block J
- he was a Sawmill Hand
- born in Denmark, Lauritz arrived in NZ with the early Scandinavian settlers about 1880. He married Mathea Caroline CHRISTOFFERSEN in 1881 & had 9 children
- they lived in Piri Piri, Dannevirke

FRIIS Marianne Pouline Christine (nee LAURIDSEN), 2 Feb 1894 aged 67
- Grave 46, Block C
- Marianne was born 12 Nov 1825 in Staby, Ringkobing. She married Johann Peter Andresen Friis (1827-1908 of Solderup,) in Hostrup, Tonder in 1855 and emigrated to NZ in 1875 with 5 children

FRY Walter, 11 Oct 1908 aged 55
- buried Grave 25, Block K
- Walter was a Boot Maker living in Tahoraiti, Dannevirke
Dominion, 16 October 1908 The death is announced in the Dannevirke Hospital of Mr Walter Fry, formerly of Masterton, aged 54 years. The late Mr Fry arrived in New Zealand in 1857, when only an infant, writes oour Wairarapa correspondent, and resided for a number of years with his family at Hutt, and then for a lengthy period at Featherston
NOTE c1897: Fry and Sons (Daniel Thomas, Henry Arthur, and Walter Fry), Bootmakers, Revans Street, Featherston. Bankers, Bank of Australasia. Estab. 1860.

FYFE George, 21 April 1909 aged 3 weeks
- buried Grave 36, Block K
(BDM has aged 16 days)

... 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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