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HAINES to HYNDES Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

Journal by ngairedith

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

HAINES Norman Thomas, 28 May 1901 aged 2.6
- buried unknown location
- son of William HAINES & Naomi Crowden JOHNSON

HAINES Raymond Christopher, 9 Dec 1905 aged 3 months
- buried Grave unknown
- son of William HAINES & Naomi Crowden JOHNSON

HAIRA unknown, 5 July 1909 aged 4 days
- buried Grave unknown

HALFORD Mavis Irene 1910 aged 3 weeks
- buried Grave 17, Block I
- daughter of Frances and George Daniel Halford

HALL Charles, 29 May 1937 aged 94
- buried Grave 64, Block H
- born Malton, Yorkshire, emigrated into Napier in 1875 on the 'Countess of Kintore. Lived Woodville, Pahiatua & last address was Cadman St, Dannevirke

HALL Marian (nee DINSDALE), 25 July 1918 aged 63
- buried Grave 65, Block H
- married Charles Hall in 1879 & had 2 known children:
1879 - Emiline Hall
1882 - George Francis Hall

HAMILTON George Douglas, 29 Nov 1911 aged 76
- buried Grave 23, Block H
- George was a farmer in Tiratu, Dannevirke
READ complete Bio at his link above ...
* born on 15 July 1835, in Antwerp, Belgium
* arrived at Wellington aboard the Alma on 15 May 1857
* he occupied an area of about 13,000 acres at Mangatoro in 1861
* George was prominent in the administration of the area, serving as deputy land frauds commissioner in 186768, representing the riding on the Waipawa County Council and chairing the Dannevirke Highway Board from 1877 to 1880. From 1876 he was a justice of the peace
* returned to Britain. On 10 March 1873 at Edinburgh he married Gertrude Helen Alicia Gwendolen Hughes; they were to have four daughters and three sons
* appointed manager at Mangatoro in 1886 until he was fired in 1890, was left in financial disarray. His wife was reduced to begging for help from their friends to assist in rehousing their family at Tiratu, near Dannevirke
* George spent the rest of his life seeking redress for what he regarded as a 'sneaking theft'
* keen sportsman, Hamilton may have been the first to establish a trout hatchery in the North Island, stocking the rivers of southern Hawke's Bay with trout
* In 1904 the Government Printing Office published his Trout-fishing and sport in Maoriland

HAMILTON Gertrude Helen Alicia Gwendolen (nee HUGHES), 20 Sep 1914 aged 61
- buried Grave 24, Block H with husband George
- daughter of John HUGHES (Church Minister) & Sarah Annie JAMES
the known children of GEORGE & GERTRUDE:
1874 - John Douglas Hamilton (Oct 1874)
1875 - Gilbert Conway Hamilton (Oct 1875)
1877 - Mary Gertrude Campbell Hamilton (Oct 1877)
1878 - Irene 'Trine' Cilian Gertrude Hamilton (Oct 1878)
1880 - Gwendolen Annie Christine Jane Hamilton (Aug 1880)
1881 - Gertrude Laura Gwendolen Hamilton (Sep 1881)

HAMMOND Ivy, 27 May 1912 aged 12
- buried Grave 67, Block F
- daughter of Daniel & Hannah Hammond

HAMPTON Catherine Jane, 17 Aug 1909 aged 5 months
- buried Grave 72, Block J with sister Rebecca
- daughter of John & Ethel Maud Hampton

HAMPTON Rebecca Olive Muriel, 24 Oct 1910 aged 4 months
- buried Grave 72, Block J with sister Catherine
- lived at Otope, Dannevirke

HANNAH Lila May, 3 May 1907 aged 3 weeks
- buried Grave 72, Block G
- daughter of Frederick Percy HANNAH & Louisa Laura WILMSHURST

HANRIGHT Martha Mary Augusta, 29 Dec 1906 aged 2 months
- buried Grave 12, Block E
- daughter of John Frederick Rice HANRIGHT & Martha Mary SCHIMANSKI

HANSEN Walter Richard William, 1 Aug 1907 aged 21
- buried Grave 94, Block G

HANSEN William, 13 Aug 1906 aged 30
- buried Grave 17, Block G
- William was an Engineer
- he married Amelia Albine BERGERSEN in 1901. 1 of 12 children of Anders BERGERSEN & Maria Sophia/Soffie HANSEN (a brother, Andrew Alexander Bergersen (1887-1956) is buried at Mangatera)
Bush Advocate, 14 August 1906 FATAL ACCIDENT
Yesterday a fatal accident occurred near one of Mr W. T. Irvine's Tamaki mills, by which a young man, aged 30, and named William Hansen, lost his life. Hansen, it appears, is an engineer by trade, and up to the day before yesterday was employed driving a log hauler in the Piri Piri bush for Mr Hoult. Leaving that employment, yesterday he proceeded to Tamaki in the endeavour to procure fresh employment. He apparently went into the bush, and during the afternoon was returning back to the mill on one of the log-laden trolleys. When the trolley had reached a rise and a bend in the tramway one of the logs, sor some unexplained reason, bumped off. According to some versions, the trolley jumped the rails, and according to others it did not, but in any case the log became detached and deceased jumped off, but fell on the rails, rolling towards the trolley. At the same time the log rolled towards him and pinned him to the ground, crushing hius thigh and pelvis to a pulp. The unfortunate young fellow was at once extricated from his painful position by Mr Irvine's men who were with him, and he was brought into the hospital in the ambulance van late in the afternoon. There, of course, he received every attention, but from the first there was little hope of his recovery, as his injuries were so severe, and he succumbed during the night.
Arrangements are being made to hold an inquest at the Hospital tomorrow, when full particulars, which at present are rather vague, will no doubt be elicited.
We understand that deceased leaves a widow and one child in Dannevirke, for whom considerable public sympathy will be felt in their sad bereavement.
Bush Advocate, 15 August 1906, The friends of the late William Hansen are invited to attend his funeral which will leave his father's residence, Cole-street, at 2.30 to-morrow (Thursday)
The INQUEST

HARDING Patrick, 20 Oct 1898 aged 33
- buried Grave unknown

HARPUR Albert Angus James, 19 April 1904 aged 18 months
- buried Grave 86, Block B
- son of John & Annie Harpur

HARPUR Edith Ellen, 22 May 1899 aged 4
- buried Grave unknown
- daughter of John & Annie Harpur

HARPUR Ernest Donald, 1 Feb 1904 aged 5 months
- buried Grave unknown
- son of Mary St Helena Harpur (1883-1943)
Mary was born in Invercargill to John HARPUR & Annie Boxall ELLIOTT. She married Robert DIXON (1880-1965 (buried Hamilton Park cemetery) in 1905 & had:
1905 - John William Dixon
1907 - Mary Ruby May Dixon (+ Harry Rushworth in 1924)
1908 - Thomas James Dixon
1909 - Annie Rosie Willow Dixon
1913 - 1986 Patricia Harpur Dixon (born Taihape)

HARRIGAN Arthur Ernest Stewart, 10 June 1900 aged 7 weeks
- buried Grave 88, Block A with brother William
- son of William HARRIGAN & Ellen Mary AUSTEN

HARRIGAN Rebecca Ellen Anstey 16 Nov 1898 aged unknown
- buried Grave unknown

HARRIGAN William George, 23 Nov 1918 aged 26
- buried Grave 88, Block A with brother Arthur
- son of William HARRIGAN & Ellen Mary AUSTEN
- William was a Carpenter

HART Cecil John, 1 Sep 1907 aged 10 months
- buried Grave 45, Block A
- son of Arthur Victor HART & Sarah CLARKE

HART Raynold Herbert, 12 Sep 1902 aged 37 days
- buried Grave 75, Block C

HARVEY Ethel Maud Grylls, 26 Feb 1905 aged 10 months
- buried Grave 17, Block F

HAYES Jeremiah, 3 Sep 1910 aged 64
- buried Grave 68, Block K
- Jeremiah was a farmer in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke

HEALEY Ivy Cathleen, 30 Sep 1904 aged 1 day
- buried Grave 10, Block E
- daughter of Martin HEALEY & Annie McAVOY

HEAVEN Arthur James, 16 June 1905 aged 6 weeks
- buried Grave 88, Block F
- son of William HEAVEN & Edith Annie PAULE
the known children of WILLIAM & EDITH:
1897 - William Henry Heaven
1898 - Herbert Wintour Heaven married Alice Margaret LINDSAY 1922
1901 - Charles Edward Heaven married Phyllis WHEELER 1929
- Phyllis was a daughter of Gilbert WHEELER & Catherine MacBREEN
- her brother Russell married Charles's sister Thelma
1903 - Florence Alice Heaven (+Andrew Victor Diamond Jubilee GRAY 1922)
1905 - 1905 Arthur James Heaven
1908 - Thelma Tataraimaka Heaven
1910 - Mona Lucy Heaven married Russell WHEELER 1929
- Russell's sister Phyllis married Mona's brother Charles
1913 - Walter Desmond Heaven

HEENAN Michael, 8 Oct 1911 aged 6 months
- buried Grave 34, Block K with sister Muriel
- son of John Denis HEENAN & Henrietta Maud MacALISTER
- lived in High St, Dannevirke

HEENAN Muriel Dorothy Mary 1909 aged 6 weeks
- buried Grave 34, Block K with brother Michael
- daughter of John Denis HEENAN & Henrietta Maud MacALISTER
- lived in McPhee St, Dannevirke

HEGH Leonard 1899, 28 Nov aged 7 days
- buried unknown location
- son of Ole Jacob HEGH & Augusta POMERANZ

HENDERSON Allan Grant 1911 aged 20 months
- buried Grave 86, Block K
- born 1 Dec 1909 to Alfred Samuel HENDERSON & Margaret Davidson GRANT
- lived in Miller St Dannevirke

HENDERSON Harriet Wharton (nee CRALLAN), 10 April 1907 aged 37
- Grave 33, Block F
- daughter of James CRALLAN & Elizabeth RICHARDSON (also buried here)
- married Alfred Samuel 'Alf' Henderson in 1891 (see father's link)

HERCOCK William, 9 Dec 1902 aged 69
- buried unknown location

HERE HERE Hori, 2 Nov 1900 aged 76
- buried unknown location

HERMANSEN Lauritz, 18 Aug 1903 aged 48
- buried Grave 78, Block E
- married Maren Anderson BACK in 1882
the known children of LAURITZ & MAREN:
1883 - Marie Soffie Hermansen
1885 - William Hermansen

HIGGINS Daniel, 14 May 1911 aged 63
- buried unknown location
- he married Norah McDONOUGH in 1879
- Daniel was a Mariner & lived in McPhee St, Dannevirke
the known children of DANIEL & NORAH
1878 - William Henry Higgins
1883 - James Higgins
1885 - Catherine Higgins
1886 - Thomas John Higgins
1889 - Norah Higgins
1891 - Hannah Maria Higgins
1893 - John Dominic Higgins
1894 - Mary Catherine Higgins
1900 - Laurence Augustine Higgins
NORAH remarried in 1921 to Andrew OLSEN

HITCHMAN Victor Vincent, 14 Aug 1903 aged 4
- buried Grave 8, Block E
- son of William Hitchman & Eliza IRWIN
the known children of WILLIAM & ELIZA:
1883 - Eliza Mary Hitchman
1885 - Catherine Hitchman
1887 - Pearl Ruth Hitchman (+William Henry WALSH in 1906)
1889 - Mary Ann Hitchman (+William John SULLIVAN in 1908)
1892 - George Peter William Hitchman
1894 - Patrick Henry Hitchman (+Annie Zeta McCURDY in 1917)
- he was a farmer in Te Rehunga, Dannevirke. He served in WWI with NZEF 14th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Battalion, B Company
1896 - Hugh Joseph Carroll Hitchman
- KILLED IN ACTION, Ypres Belgium 1917
1898 - Ellen Maria Foley Hitchman (+George Henry WILSON in 1930)
1899 - Victor Vincent Hitchman
1901 - Nora Gladys Hitchman
1903 - John Francis Hitchman (+Muriel Irene MORGAN in 1925)

HOCKLEY Albert Tasman, 27 Feb 1899 aged 19 months
HISTORICAL RECORD ONLY. It is not known if Albert is buried Masterton or Dannevirke
- born 18 July 1897 1st of 10 known children to Richard HOCKLEY (1867-1938) & Margaret Tinsley McPHERSON. Richard was an owner/breeder of horses (including Clydesdales) and lived in Masterton, Ormondville, Weber, Dannevirke, Mangatera
NOTES Their 2nd born, Frederick Haira Hockley was born 20 July 1900 & died 29 Jan 1901 aged 6 months in Masterton. He is buried Plot FHH, Row 8, Plan V at Archer Street Cemetery. Their database has aged 6 years. He is buried with a Frederick Hockley who died aged 30 on 12 Oct 1902. On BDM he was born 1872 to Richard (1824-1900) & Maria (1833-1911) Hockley which makes him a possible brother of Richard Hockley above (uncle of Frederick Haira Hockley he is buried with)
Richard, Margaret & their 9th born, Walter Bruce Hockley, are buried at Mangatera

HODDER Emma, 29 Nov 1902 aged 87
HISTORICAL RECORD ONLY - buried Featherston
the following was taken from the Settlers datasbase:
Born in Sommersetshire 1815, married Walter Hodder on July 26th 1839 in England. Immigrated to New Zealand in 1842 on the ship "London". Spent several years at Happy Valley and Pakuratahi in Wellington before moving to Featherston. After her husband's death, she moved to Dannevirke to reside with her son, Frederick Hodder. Transferred out of district, mentioned in the Tararua District Council records as a note. Is interred at the Featherston cemetery alongside her husband in Section 4, Plot 36.

HOERA ? 1901 aged unknown
- buried unknown location

HOGG Elizabeth Catherine, 17 April 1909 aged 68
- buried Grave 63, Block G

HOLLOWAY James Joseph 1907 aged 6 weeks
- buried Grave 17, Block E
- son of James HOLLOWAY & Elizabeth NEWBERRY
the known children of JAMES & ELIZABETH:
1906 - Mary Elizabeth Holloway
1907 - 1907 James Joseph Holloway
1909 - Margaret Louisa Holloway

HOLLYMAN Mary Rosanna (nee CLIFTON), 15 March 1942 aged 36
- buried Grave 7, Block E
- daughter of John James CLIFTON & Mary Jane DEAN. Granddaughter of Edwin DEAN & Mary Ann ALDING
- married Russell Limmer HOLLYMAN (1902-1984) in 1924

HOLM Mary Alexandra, 2 Jan 1908 aged 55
- buried unknown location

HUGHES Agnes Louisa (nee RAYNER), 14 Nov 1904 aged 36
- buried Grave 85, Block E
- married David Edward Hughes in 1896
their known children:
1899 - Olivia Eveline Hughes
1902 - Helen May Hughes

*HULENA 27 April 1912 aged unknown
- buried Grave unknown
- was living in Takapau

*HULENA Beck 1 Sep 1912 aged unknown
- buried Grave unknown

*HULENA Hansen 16 Aug 1912 aged 90
- buried Grave unknown

*HULENA Nicholls 20 Aug 1912 aged unknown
- buried Grave unknown
*none of these Hulenas have death records

HUNTER Annie (nee GUTHRIE), 6 July 1906 aged 67
- buried Grave 66, Block G
- born 1839 in the Isle of Wight. Annie arrived into Wellington 7 March 1840 on the 'Adelaide' with her father, Thomas Guthrie, who settled at Castlepoint. She attended school in Wellington for a number of years then joined her parents at Castlepoint. Annie married William Henry Hunter (1831-1876) in 1860 and moved to Porangahau. They had 7 children. William died in 1876, Annie stayed in Porangahau until 1891 then moved to Dannevirke
Bush Advocate, 6 July 190 HUNTER - On the 6th inst., at her residence, Dannevirke, Annie Hunter, widow of the late W. H. Hunter, of Porangahau; aged 67 years
the Death of Annie Hunter

HUNTER Arthur Jack, 19 April 1914 aged 8
- buried Grave 89, Block G
- son of Robert James HUNTER & Flora BELLSHAW

HUNTER Harold Graham, 2 Jan 1930 aged 55
- buried Grave 69, Block G
- son of William Henry HUNTER & Annie GUTHRIE
- he married Mabar Marion Durie MAYSMOR (1880-1969) in 1906

HUNTER Maud Mary Elizabeth (nee WOOF), 24 Jan 1910 aged 44
- buried Grave 67, Block G
- married William George Hunter jnr in 1891 & had 4 children
- lived in Edinburgh St, Dannevirke

HUNTER William George, 2 Aug 1943 aged 80
- buried Grave 68, Block G
- son of William Henry HUNTER & Annie GUTHRIE

HUTT Vida Gladys, 29 April 1907 aged 5 months
- buried Grave 70, Block G
cemetery database has 5.6 years
- born 7 Nov 1906 to Albert Henry HUTT & Mary Ellen MOORE
the known children of ALBERT & MARY:
1898 - Hilda Jessie Hutt
1900 - Eunice Maud Hutt (+John David Russell CAROLIN in 1927)
1901 - Enid Gertrude Hutt
1903 - Albert Henry Hutt
1907 - 1907 Vida Gladys Hutt

HUTT Joseph, 22 Jan 1898 aged 78
- buried Grave unknown, Block 1

HYDE unnamed infant 2 Aug 1905 born still
- buried Grave unknown
- child of Janey (below) who died 6 days later

HYDE Jane 'Janey' (nee De RUNGS), 8 Aug 1905 aged 27
- buried Grave 1, Block G
- a daughter of John de Rungs & Margaret Ann STEPHENSON
children of JOHN & MARGARET:
1872 - 1959 John William De Rungs
1873 - William Antonio De Rungs
1874 - Henry De Rungs
1877 - Jane 'Janey' De Rungs
1882 - Rose De Rungs
1883 - Ernest James De Rungs
1899 - Lucy De Rungs (+ Leonard Francis Griffin in 1920)
- Janey married Frank Kingston Hyde in 1904 & lived in Wanganui
- Frank remarried in 1907 to Sarah Jane COWENS
they had a daughter, Mabel Margaret Hyde in 1910

HYNDES Nathanial James, 16 April 1907 aged 1 month
- buried Grave 63, Block G
- second son of Jessie Grace and James McKenzie Hyndes
- lived in Mangatera, Dannevirke
- son of James McKenzie & Jessie Grace HYNDES


... 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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