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JUSTICES of the PEACE - Auckland 1861

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Daily Southern Cross 16 July 1861 JUSTICES OF THE PEACE FOR AUCKLAND
... In the New Zealand Gazette, published last Thursday, we find the names of the following gemtlemen, designated as belonging to Auckland:-
(my additions to the list will be obvious)

Hon Thomas Houghton BARTLEY (1798-1878)
He died on 25 December 1878 at his home in Stokes' Point (these days, the locality is the northern landing of the Auckland Harbour Bridge). He is buried in Parnell, Auckland

William BARTLEY

Thomas BECKHAM (R.M.) (1810-1875)

Francis Dillon BELL (1822-1898)
- In Wellington Bell had met Margaret Joachim Hort, third daughter of the Jewish merchant Abraham Hort. They were married on 2 April 1849, although the refusal of the local Anglican minister, supported by his bishop, to conduct a marriage between partners of different religions, forced them to resort to a civil ceremony. They were to have six sons and one daughter

Charles Hunter BROWN (1825-1898)

Archibald CLARK (1805-1875)
- Archibald died 17 Oct 1875 at his residence in Remuera. For almost two years, he had not participated in public life due to failing health. He was buried at Symonds Street Cemetery

William Crush DALDY (1816-1903)
- In 1841 William married Frances Pulham, who died in 1877. He later married Amey, nee Hamerton, who died in 1920. Daldy died at Ponsonby, Auckland, on 5 October 1903

Francis Dart FENTON (1821-1898)
- On 9 December 1858 Fenton married Martha Connell at Auckland. They had four daughters and two sons

Thomas Spencer FORSAITH (1814-1898)
- On 17 May 1838, at the Congregational Church in Old Broad Street, London, Forsaith married Elizabeth Mary, daughter of Robert Clements, of Hoxton their wedding being one of the first legally celebrated in a dissenting place of worship. Later in the same year he chartered the Coromandel, loaded it with trade goods and lumbermaking machinery, and emigrated to New Zealand

Hon. John Anderson GILFILLAN (1821-1875)
- John married Gertrude Davies, daughter of William Davies, M.D., Provincial Surgeon, and Mrs Gilfillan survived her husband for ten years. The family consisted of five sons and three daughters.

William OSBORNE

Henry HALSE

Charles HEAPHY (1820-1881)
- he married Catherine Letitia Churton, daughter of a leading local clergyman, at Auckland. There were to be no children of the marriage, although in time two children, a boy and a girl belonging to the Churton family, were taken in by the Heaphys as wards

Hon Thomas HENDERSON (1810-1886)

Thomas Brutton KENDERDINE (1822-1894)

Alexander KENNEDY

Charles KNIGHT (1808-1891)
- On 6 March 1844 at Adelaide, Charles married Caroline Symes. They had a family of two sons and three daughters

Robert Baillie LUSK (1798-1891)
- arrived on the THAMES Nov 1849

Henry MATSON (1788-1867)
- a veteran 1812 War of Independence and fought with Canada against the US
- he married Isabella de THIERRY
- he married Amelia CHANNING, the first woman to be elected in Auckland

John Sangster MacFARLANE (1818-1880)
- He represented the Waitemata electorate from 1876 to 1879, when he was defeated

Joseph MAY

Edward MAYNE

Donald McLEAN

Frederick Ward MERRIMAN (1818-1865)
- On 4 May 1850 he married Susannah Augusta Atkyns (nee Greene) in St. Paul's Church, Auckland. She was the widow of Captain Ringrose Atkyns

William MOIR, Mangawai

Col. Thomas Rawlings MOULD (R.E.) (1805-1886)
- said to have been born on 31 May 1805; his place of birth and parentage are unknown, as are the details of his marriage, although he is known to have had six daughters

Daniel POLLEN (1813-1896)
- He married 18 May 1846, Jane Henderson, daughter of Lieut. Essex, RN, of Demarara

Henry SEWELL

Lieut-Col. Charles SILLERY
- in 1859 he was listed as Deputy Quartermaster General, late of the 39th Regiment

Thomas Henry SMITH

Edward William STAFFORD (1819-1901)
- married Emily Charlotte, daughter of William Wakefield, at Wellington on 24 September 1846. There were no children of this marriage; Emily Stafford died aged 29 in 1857. On 5 December 1859 Stafford married Mary Bartley at Auckland. They were to have three daughters and three sons. Mary Stafford died in 1899

Hon William SWAINSON (1809-1884)
- the first Attorney-General of New Zealand

Hon Henry John TANCRED (1816-1884)

Rev Henry Hanson TURTON (R.M.) (1818-1887)
- He represented the Town of New Plymouth electorate from 1863 to 1864, when he resigned

John WILLIAMSON

Reader Gillson WOOD (1821-1895)
- married Mary Jane Holland 20 May 1850, at the Church of St. Paul. He died on 20 August 1895 at Brighton Road, Parnell, leaving one son

Lieut-Col Alfred Francis William WYATT
- 65th Regiment

Gladwyn John Richard WYNYARD (1831-1871)
- 13 Feb 1871 on the 11th instant, at his residence at Devonport, Captain G. I. R. Wynyard, late of the 58th Regiment

William Carr YOUNG


PHOTO
Francis Dart FENTON
(see his link)

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