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GAMMAN to GUNTER Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

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The people with the surname G who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
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GAMMAN Samuel John, 27 May 1901 aged 66
- buried Grave unknown
NOTE cemetery database has Samuel twice, as above and also buried Plot 326, Block at Ormondville
- Samuel was a private and later a corporal with the Royal Engineers, stationed at Shorncliffe and Chatham in Kent as well as Port Louis Mauritius. He was a Sawmill owner with his sons in Oxford Canterbury, Hawke's Bay & Manawatu
Manawatu Times, 30 May 1901 A sudden death occurred at Makotuku on Monday evening, when Mr S. J. Gamman, sen., contractor for the Hawke's Bay Timber Company died at the Makotuku Hotel
... Quite a sensation was caused this afternoon when it was reported that Mr Gamman, senior, the sawmiller, had died at the Makotuku hotel. It appears that Mr Gamman had been in Makotuku since Thursday and Dr Francis had been attending him the last day or two. The cause of death is stated to have been heart disease
Bush Advocate, 1 June 1901 ESTATE OF SAMUEL JOHN GAMMAN, of Smith's Siding, makotuku, Sawmiller, deceased. All Persons having claims against the above are hereby requested to furnish particulars forthwith to T. H. G. LLOYD, Solicitor, Dannevirke
- Samuel married Eliza WOODCOCK (1840-1930) in 1859 in Brompton, an ancient village near Chatham, 37km NW of Sheldwich - it was once in the Kent county but now is in the Medway Conurbation, England.
their 10 children, all born in Canterbury, New Zealand
ELIZA died 23 May 1930 aged 90 & buried at Plot 323, Block 1 at Ormondville cemetery next to 5 month old granddaughter, Lilla Joyce Gamman, daughter of son Arthur

GARDINER Andrew, 20 Sep 1910 aged 60
- buried Grave 21, Block H
- Andrew was the Tiratau Sawmill Manager & was living at Mangatera, Dannevirke
- he married Minnie WEST on 13 Sep 1877
their known children:
1878 - 1964 David John Gardiner
1880 - 1942 Grace Athaliah Gardiner (+ Archibald Nimmo WATSON in 1903)
1883 - 1973 Andrew Fyall Gardiner
1885 - Isabel Mary Gardiner
1888 - Barbara Gardiner (+ Archibald Collins PRAGNELL (1887-1964) in 1908)
MINNIE died 3 Jan 1890 aged 31
- she is buried Plot 22, Block 86, Northern cemetery, Dunedin
Evening Post, 21 September 1910 SAWMILL MANAGER'S SUDDEN DEATH Andrew Gardiner, manager of the Tiratau Sawmill, died suddenly last evening at the Club Hotel stables. Deceased was a well-known resident of the district. He was a widower, and lived with his married son at Mangatera. Mrs A. C. Pragnell, of Masterton, is a daughter of the late Mr Gardiner. Much sympathy will be extended to the relatives in their painfully sudden bereavement
NOTE his daughter Barbara Pragnell had 3? children in Masterton before her husband Archibald deserted the family and went to Australia.
1908 - 1994 Clarice Sara Pragnell (m. Mervyn Craig JACK & had 5 sons)
1914 - 2006 Kenneth Archibald Pragnell (m. Minnie KEARNEY & had 3 daughters)
1917 - 2005 Avis Isabel Pragnell (m. Arthur James Wilderspin & had 3 sons)
...Archibald Collins Pragnell next married Daisy Winifred HOLMES (1890-1948) in Sydney in 1941. In 1943 he was in Wentworth, NSW. In 1946 Archibald, as manager of the Metro Theatre, Perth was awarded a special honour roll emblem for "outstanding exploitation" in connection with the screening of "White Cliffs of Dover" at his theatre. Advice of the award was received from New York this week by the West Australian manager of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayor Pty. Ltd. (Archibald was the manager of the Metro Theatre for 9 years until his retirement in 1953). Daisy died 7 Nov 1948 at Subiaco, Perth aged 58. They were then living at Wavell Flats, 921 Wellington Street, West Perth. An insertion in the West Australia 9 Nov read: "Sincere sympathy to Arch Pragnell from all members of the Reelers Fraternity. W.A." & "In fond memory of Mrs. Pragnell who passed away suddenly, on November 7. Inserted by executives and staff of Metro Goldwyn-Mayer Pry. ltd.". In 1963 Archibald was in Curtin, WA. He died in Subiaco, Perth 28 Feb 1964 aged 78 & his ashes dispersed at Karrakatta

GARFORTH James, 12 June 1911 aged 16
- buried Grave 87, Block K
- he lived in McPhee St, Dannevirke
- son of Charles GARFORTH & Emma BOX
the known children of CHARLES & EMMA:
1892 - Charles Alfred Garforth
- married Mary HENNESSY in 1923
- married Gladys May SIMS in 1932
1893 - Arthur Norton Garforth (+ Grace Ethel VICKERSTAFF in 1915)
1895 - 1911 James Garforth
1900 - Mary Norton Garforth (+ George Frederick Robson GORDON in 1923)
1903 - Sarah Ellen Norton Garforth (+ Alex Francis BROWN in 1928)

GARTNER Elizabeth 'Eliza' (nee PECK), 18 May 1899 aged 25
- buried Grave 85, Block B
- Elizabeth married John GARTNER in 1892
- Eliza was born in Stokes Valley, Wellington, the 5th child of 12 children of Charles & Anne (nee Gaskin) Peck. She and her sister Hannah had a double wedding, marrying two Gartner brothers John and William respectively on 31-3-1892.
they had 2 known children:
1893 - Charles William John Gartner
1895 - James Henry Gartner

GASKIN Leonard Gordon, 8 August 1906 aged 6 hours
- buried Grave 64, Block F
- son of Leonard Matthew GASKIN & Alice May HOOPER
- Alice was the oldest of 14 children of William John Hooper and Charlotte COMPTON

GAVIN James, 16 May 1910 aged 85
- buried Grave 60, Block K
- James was born in Tipperary, Ireland. He was a farmer in Omataroa, Dannevirke

GAYLOR William Edward Roncliffe, 3 Jan 1899 aged 14 months
- buried Grave unknown
- born 3rd January 1898 - died 2nd March 1899
- cemetery database has him as Walter aged 8 months. Walter was a son of George Gaylor & Amelia Emily Pavreal & died in 1907
- William was a son of William Edward GAYLOR (1870-1941) & Sarah Jane HERD (1875-1938), storekeepers in Dannevirke, trading as E. S. Clark and Co. (Edward Saunders Clark, Sarah's uncle)
the known children of WILLIAM & SARAH:
1898 - 1899 William Edward Roncliffe Gaylor
1899 - 1971 Sydney George Alfred Gaylor
1901 - 1974 Claude Reginald Gaylor
1903 - 1912 Myrtle Latonia Jane Gaylor (aged 8)
1907 - 1986 Thomas John Gaylor

GIBB John Allan, 21 March 1906 aged 54
- buried Grave 7, Block D (supposedly next to his wife Mary Ella (1860-1900) but not in the records, SEE BIO BELOW)
- (birth year of about 1852) John was a Railway Guard
Bush Advocate, 22 March 1906 GIBB - At Gisborne on March 21st, John Allan Gibb (Railway Guard) aged 54. Deeply regretted. Guard Gibb, who fell from the roof of a railway carriage while lighting the lamps on Saturday night, prior to taking a late train out, sustained a fractured thigh in a fall from the top of the carriage to the platform, and succumbed to his injuries in hospital. Gibb was an old officer of the Department, and for many years had been stationed in the Hawke's Bay district
Poverty Bay Herald, 21 March 1906 DEATH OF GUARD GIBB
... Guard Gibb, a well known official of the local railway staff, died at the Gisborne hospital this morning, as the result of the accident he sustained last Saturday night (17 March). Whilst on top of a carriage affixing the lights for the late train, the deceased slipped and fell heavily on to the platform. Upon being picked up it was discovered that his thigh was fractured, and he was accordingly removed to the hospital, where he died this morning. The deceased joined the Department in December, 1879, at Waipukurau, and but for a brief period in 1891 has been in the railway service ever since. He was promoted to position of guard at Dannevirke in 1893. He had reached the age of 56, and had about three years to serve before retiring on a pension. Guard Gibb had been 2 years in Gisborne, having been transferred here from Dannevirke, and leaves a family of four grown-up children. The eldest son resides in Dannevirke, whilst the other members of the family, a son and two daughters, lived with their father. The body will be taken to Dannevirke for interment alongside that of deceased's wife, who passed away about six years ago. It is understood that Guard Gibb was on the eve of transfer to Wellington. After inquiry into the circumstances, Mr Barton, S.M., district coroner, has decided that an inquest is unnecessary

GIBB Walter, 3 March 1903 aged 65
- database has Gill & GibbS
- buried Grave unknown
- Walter was born about 1838 in Lanark, Scotland
- He married Eliza (Reita) PALMER (1856-1957) on 19 Dec 1876 in Tokomairiro, Milton
the known children of WALTER & ELIZA (Baptised in Waihola, Milton):
1877 - 1945 Sarah Palmer Gibb (+ Albert Herbert HORNER in 1908)
1878 - 1879 Walter Palmer Gibb (aged 11 months)
1880 - 1956 Walter Edwin Gibb
1882 - 1883 John Allan Gibb (aged 9 months)
1883 - 1960 Thomas Gibb (+ Bertha Catherine CHAPMAN in 1911)
1885 - ? Marion Gibb
1887 - 1974 Eliza Gibb (+ Archibald Crawford FARQUHAR in 1911)
1890 - 1948 Annie Helen Gibb (+ John Joseph DOOLEY in 1919)
1893 - 1955 Daisy Gibb (not married)

GIBSON James, 3 July 1908 aged 52
- buried Grave 6, Block I
- James was a Labourer, living in Dannevirke
Bush Advocate, 3 July 1908 DEATH FROM EXPOSURE
... While the nightwatchman was doing his usual rounds at about 1.30 this morning, he came across a man lying on the pavement in front of the Junction Hotel, apparently in a senseless condition. Mr Coleman took immediate steps to have the man cared for, and summoned Dr Macallan, who had him conveyed to the hospital, where everything was done to restore him, but without success, death taking place at about 6.30 this morning. The man was named James Gibson, and he was aged 52 years. So far as we can learn, the deceased has been a resident of this district for over 20 years, and was for a considerable part of that time employed as a ploughman and horse-owner in the Pongaroa and coast districts. It is not known exactly when he came into town, but he was before the court on the 30th of June last, when he was convicted and discharged for drunkenness. Yesterday he had breakfast and dinner at the Mangatera Hotel, and came up into town during the afternoon. He returned to the hotel in a cab about tea time, and came back to town in a cab at about 7 o'clock. Constable Malone saw him after 10 o'clock, but nothing further is at present known of his movements from this time up to the point when he was found by the nightwatchman, and with a view to eliciting the facts an inquest will be held to-morrow morning, When the doctor first saw him the man was conscious, and told Dr Macallan that he had intended to go home, but lay down to have a sleep. When asked where his home was, he pointed to the opposite side of Miller's Road, indicating one of the boarding-houses there. In Dr Macalla's opinion death was due to exposure
The Inquest

GILL Walter BURIED 5 March 1903 aged unknown
- misprint at database (see Walter Gibb above)

GILMORECatherine, 5 Sep 1901 aged 27
- buried Grave 20, Block D
(database & BDM has Gilmore, Papers Past has Gilmour)
Bush Advocate, 9 September 1901 The wife of Mr Gilmour, railway surfaceman at Matahiwi, died on Saturday. The funeral took place at Dannevirke cemetery this afternoon, and was attended by a number of settlers. Rev Mr Robertshawe officiated at the graveside and Messrs Anderson and Son's hears left for Matahiwi this morning
NOTE
* Frederick Gilmour was a Road Surfaceman. He was in Ormondville in 1908. He married Catherine CAMMOCK in 1893.
* Andrew Gilmour was the Waipawa County Road Engineer/Overseer (for 25 years by 1908), being in charge of the erection of 250 bridges and the construction of 500 miles of roads. He took up residence in Danevirke in 1892 on account of it being more central for his work. He built a residence of 6 rooms, having a good view of the town, at Mangatera on 21 acres be bought from Mr Carlson

GILMOUR James, 29 Jan 1911 aged 59
- buried Grave 54, Block H
- James was a Farmer in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke

GOGGIN Julia 1911 aged 66
- buried Grave
- Julia lived in Maharahara, Dannevirke

GOOCH William Arthur, 28 Sep 1911 aged 1
- buried Grave 30. Block H
- son of Arthur & Alice Maude GOOCH

GORDON Donald Kenneth, 5 June 1907 aged 2 weeks
- buried Grave 99, Block G
- son of John Albert GORDON & Elizabeth GUINAN

GREEN Beatrice, 17 Feb 1917 aged 48
- buried Grave 34, Block J with William

GREEN William Henry, 26 Dec 1908 aged 41
- buried Grave 34, Block j with Beatrice
- William was a Tea Planter. He lived in Edward St, Dannevirke

GREGG Caroline, 19 Aug 1929, aged 73
- buried Grave 97, Block G with husband Richard
- born 21 July 1856 in Magherabouy, Ireland. Caroline lived in Tiratu, Dannevirke

GREGG Richard, 4 Nov 1913 aged 59
- buried Grave 97, Block G with wife Caroline
- born 3 April 1854 in Ballynascadden, Ireland
- Richard was a Farmer in Mangatera, Dannevirke
- also see his family under daughter V FOR VICARY

GRIFFITHS Alfred Burgess, 18 July 1908 aged 57
- buried Grave 90. Block G
- Alfred was a Horticulturist. He was living in Miller St, Dannevirke in 1908
- he married Mary Jane MASON (1854-1938) in 1874. Known children were: Alfred Mason Griffiths (1874-1930) & Harry Mason Griffiths (1876-1890). Alfred Mason Griffiths married Alice Amy KENNEDY in 1906, he married Vivienne Elaine BOWYER in 1924

GRIMWOOD Annie Elizabeth Sarah (nee PATERSON), 27 Aug 1901 aged 59
- buried Grave 21, Block D
- married John GRIMWOOD in 1887
- aka Sarah Annie Grimwood
Bush Advocate, 27 August 1901 GRIMWOOD - On the 27th August, at her residence, McPhee street, Sarah Annie, the dearly beloved wife of John Grimwood, aged 59 years, after a long and painful illness

GRONNEBECK Bodil Marie (nee NISSEN), 27 Oct 1907 aged 85
- buried Grave 55, Block I
Bush Advocate, 28 October 1907
... GRONNEBECK: On the 27th October, at Dannevirke, Bodil Marie, relict of the late Jorgen Lorenzen Gronnebeck; aged 85 years
... We have to announce the death of another old settler, in the person of Mrs Bodil Marie Gronnebeck, which occurred yesterday at the residence of her daughter, Mrs P. Christiansen. The deceased lady, who had reached the ripe old age of 85 years, arrived in Napier on September 15, 1872, and had lived in Dannevirke for 35 years. Her husband predeceased her 12 years ago. The late Mrs Gronnebeck is survived by one son and one daughter living in Denmark, and by four daughters living in New Zealand. The names of the latter are: Mrs P. Christiansen (Anna Marie + Jens Peter Christiansen), Mrs C. C. Neilsen (Jorgine Helene + Carl Christian Neilsen) and Mrs McIntosh (Katrice + George McIntosh) of Dannevirke; Mrs Elmbranch of Auckland (Annie Hansina + Frederick Elmbranch). There are 29 grand-children, and two great grand-children. The late Mr and Mrs Gronnebeck took up the section on which the hospital now stands when they arrived at Dannevirke; and since her husband's death Mrs Gronnebeck had lived with her daughter, Mrs P. Christiansen, of McPhee street
... The Friends of the late Mrs Gronnebeck are respectfully informed that the funeral will leave the residence of her daughter, Mrs Christiansen, McPhee street, on Wednesday, 29th inst., at 2 p.m. FRAME & JOHNSTONE, Undertakers
note her son in Denmark was Soren Lorenzen Gronnebeck (1859-?)

GRONNEBECK Jorgen Lorenzen, 20 Oct 1895 aged 68
- buried Grave 57, Block I
- husband of Bodil Marie above

GUILLIARD Russell Cecil, 25 June 1909 aged 2 days
- buried Grave 37, Block K
- son of Arthur GUILLIARD (1888-1957) & Eva Grace Austin HARRIGAN (1891-1971)

GUNNION Joseph William Stanley 1900 aged 6 months
- buried Grave 10, Block D
- son of Joseph GUNNION (1873-1904) & Nora Amelia JANSEN (1871-1954)
the known children of JOSEPH & NORA:
1900 - 1900 Joseph William Stanley Gunnion
1902 - 1993 Valentine Frank Gunnion
1904 - Eileen Margaret Gunnion (+ Allan William Howard TILLEY in 1930)

GUNNION Joseph, 5 July 1904 aged 31
- buried Grave 2, Block F
- father of the above children
Bush Advocate, 5 July 1904
... We regret to have to record the death of Mr Joseph Gunnion, a wll-known resident of Dannevirke, which occurred to-day. The deceased had been in failing health for some time past, and the end was not unexpected. He leaves a widow and two young children to mourn their loss. The funeral will leave Tahoraite at 2.30 p.m. to-morrow
- his wife Nora remarried in 1907 to George EAGLE

GUNTER Lydia (widow, nee HANSEN), 20 Aug 1924 aged 59
- buried Grave 14, Block C with her son 'Tommy'
- Lydia was living in High St Dannevirke
- she married Thomas Edward Gunter in 1883
Daily Telegraph, 31 October 1883 GUNTER-HANSEN - At the Registry Office, Waipukurau, on October 24th, Thomas Edward Gunter, eldest son of Thomas Gunter, of Birmingham, England, to Lydia Hansen, second daughter of Samuel Hansen, Little Beach, Napier
the known children of THOMAS & LYDIA:
1884 - 1956 Lydia Elizabeth Louisa Gunter (+ Augustine Laurence QUINN in 1906)
- Lydia had a daughter, Amy Gunter in 1906 & 3 known Quinn sons
1885 - 1975 Ada Clarissa Gunter (+ George Potticarry HOLLAND in 1907)
1887 - ? Ada May Gunter
1891 - 1892 Thomas Samuel John 'Tommy' Gunter (aged 14 months)

GUNTER Thomas Samuel John 'Tommy', 19 April 1891 aged 14 months
- buried Grave 14, Block C with his mother Lydia above


... 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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