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George ATYEO, Carpenter - Lyttelton

Journal by ngairedith

a TIMELINE for GEORGE ATYEO (1839-1912)
born in Langport, Somerset, England, 2nd of 7 known children of William ATYEO (1810-1897) & Jane SMALL (1814-1868). Some of his siblings settled in Melbourne, Australia & others with him in Christchurch

1 1837 - 1911 Frederick Atyeo (Melbourne)

2 1839 - 1912 George Atyeo (Christchurch)

3 1841 - 1882 Francis Atyeo (Melbourne)

4 1844 - ? Samuel Atyeo (Langport)

5 1848 - 1867 Mary Jane Atyeo (Langport)

61851 - 1924 Alfred Atyeo (Christchurch)
- was appointed Postmaster at Doyleston in 1877, transferred to Tinwald in 1881. buried Bromley

7 1859 - 1940 William John Atyeo (Christchurch)
- married Phoebe TOPP (1866-1938) 20 June 1883 in Woodend, Canterbury
- 1 Nov 1883, INSOLVENCY NOTICE - William John Atyeo, lately of Sefton, now of Sydenham, storekeeper/bookmaker
- 31 March 1893 their 7 year old daughter Anna/Hanna died at Montreal street, Sydenham

earliest found info for George in New Zealand is from 1860

9 May 1860 - LYTTELTON MAGISTRATE'S COURT
... Robert Abbott and Mary Levy, who were last week committed for trial on the charge of receiving stolen goods, the property of Henry Moss, were to-day further charged with receiving some carpenter's tools, knowing the same to have been stolen.
George Atyeo, the prosecutor, stated that he had been employed in the construction of Messrs. Miles and Co's store on Norwich Quay, for about three months. A chisel and jack-plane which he had been in the habit of using were one morning missing, and were not forthcoming upon search. He had found the handle of the chisel, which was marked with his name, lying in the house from which the prisoners had been removed; and, on application to the police were produced, having been discovered in the same house. He identified the tools produced in court as his own.
Constable Arnold deposed to having found the plane in the house of the prisoners, and the blade and handle of the chisel separately, there also, one in the sitting room and one in the bed room. He took away the blade and the plane, and left the handle, on which the name (Atyeo) was punched. The prosecutor had since then brought the handle to him, and claimed the rest of the property. Witness further added, that the prisoners had been known and the house they lived in suspected as being disorderly, for some time. The neighbours had complained of them. The Bench remanded the case till the 19th instant

19 January 1861 - LYTTELTON POST OFFICE
... unclaimed letters for the quarter ended December 31, 1860:
Ayteo, Geo

7 December 1861 - from MELBOURNE
... GEORGE ATYEO, Carpenter - Your brother, hearing of a carpenter being lost going to the diggings, is anxious to hear from you. Any one forwarding any informaiton will greatly oblige F. ATYEO, Post Office, Melbourne

8 November 1873 - CHRISTCHURCH
... LAND TRANSFER ACT NOTICE - Notice is hereby given that the several parcels of land hereinafter described will be brought under the provisions of the Land Transfer Act, 1870, unless caveat in the meantime be lodged forbidding the same:- George Atyeo 1 rood 3 perches, part of Rural Section 32, Christchurch district; commencing at a point on the Ferry road 900 links south-east from westernmost corner of section; thence south-easterly along said road 100 links, and extending back at right angels south-westerly to the south-western boundary of section

25 January 1897 - HEATHCOTE
... The ordinary meeting of the Road Board was held on Friday, Jan 24, at 11 a.m., The correspondence was read and considered:- From Mr G. Atyeo, re culvert on Bridle path. The matter to be attended to

22 November 1881 - HEATHCOTE VALLEY
... The Friends of Mr George Atyeo, Heathcote Valley, are invited to attend the Funeral of his late departed child, Winnifred, on Tuesday, at 3 o'clock, for the Woolston Cemetery, Ferry road. WM. RATCLIFFE, Undertaker, Lyttelton
- Winnifred is buried in Plot 35, Block C at Rutherford cemetery, Christchurch with Frederick Francis Henley (18 Jan 1882), unnamed Moore (27 Oct 1881), Olisleager (stillborn 19 July 1881), Walter William Henley (infant 6 Feb 1887)

18 November 1882 - from DUNEDIN
... Imports per 'Mahinapua', from Dunedin - 25 boxes candles, 2 boilers, 86 pkgs sundries. Consignees: - White, Dallenseeine, Sargood, bates, Robertson, P. Hayman, Reid and Gray, Caseing, Saunders, Strange, New Zealand Drug Company, J. Anderson, R. Smith, J. and T. Danks, G. Dyce, McKay, Ayteo Bros[/b[, Crompton

29 December 1888 - HEATHCOTE VALLEY
... FOR SALE - six cows in full milk; also, old hay. G. Atyeo, Heathcote Valley

11 January 1889 - ADDINGTON
... LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORTS. Yesterday's market at Addington was again an exceptionally heavy one as regards the supply of fat stock, pigs being the only exception. Our entries for the day comprised 2963 sheep, 115 head of cattle, on account Messrs J. Stewart, W. Marshall, C. Watson, W. Benson, J. Ritson, J. Fergus, W. Steere, J. Lane, R. Latter, J. Barr, W. F. Pannett, J. SMith, J. Stevens, W. Grant, J. Carr, R. Robinson, J. Ladbrooke, W. Mutton, J. Barr, G. McLean, J. Parish G. ATYEO, G. Gillett, W. Griffiths, A. Lamb, J. Livingstone, J. Le Masurier, H. Harris, J. Murphy, J. Winter, A. F. Bennetts and others

22 December 1896 - HEATHCOTE VALLEY
... plump young geese for sale. Apply Mrs George Atyeo, Heathcote Valley

19 September 1901 - CHRISTCHURCH
... Mrs G. Atyeo, 138 Salisbury Street, late 11 Conference Street

7 March 1906 - HAMNER
... Visitors to Hamner include:- Mr G. Atyeo

in September 1905 (at least) there was a Mrs Atyeo's Maternity Nursing Home, "Kinloch" at 129 Montreal Street, Christchurch

10 February 1912 - SYDENHAM, Christchurch
... On February 10th, 1912, at the residence of his brother, William J. Atyeo, 13 Montreal street, Sydenham, Goerge Atyeo, in his 73rd year

12 February 1912 - SYDENHAM, Christchurch
... The Friends of the late George Atyeo are informed that his Funeral leaves his brother's residence, 13 Montreal street, Sydenham, for the Sydenham Cemetery, This Day, 12th inst., at 11 a.m. Private interment. LANGFORD and RHIND

George is buried Plot 12, Block 18C at Sydenham
- his last address was recorded as 13 Montreal street (home of his brother William)


NOTE
Winnifred Atyeo was the only found child (born in NZ) to George & Jane Atyeo, Nothing found about Jane

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