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KENNY to KUITI Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

Journal by ngairedith

The people with the surname K who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
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KENNY Dolly, 13 May 1908 aged 24 hours
- buried Grave 20, Block J with brother Thomas (below)
- daughter of John & Mary Kenny of Laws Rd, Tamaki, Dannevirke

KENNY Thomas, 7 June 1909 aged 31 hours
- buried Grave 20, Block J with sister Dolly (above)
- son of John & Mary Kenny

KEYS David, 2 March 1910 aged 53
- buried Grave 89, Block J with wife Eleonore
- David was a School Master & lived in Allardice St, Dannevirke
Manawatu Standard, 3 October 1910 DECEASED PERSONS ESTATE
During September the estates of 226 deceased person were certified by the Commissioner of Stamps.
... & David Keys 421 (2010 equivalent of $93,110)

KEYS Eleonore (nee TEYCHENNE), (1860-)
Eleonore is on the database as Keys because the headstone reads: David and Elenore Keys. "Their lives were rich in love" so she (or her ashes) may have been interred with him but she died as Simmons
(Arthur Thomas Simmons first married Mary Elizabeth Steele in 1899 and had 4 children, some born in Picton)

- buried Grave 90, Block J with first husband David
Eleonore next married Arthur Thomas SIMMONS in Wanganui in 1918
NOTES
- Eleonore was born in Birmingham. Her father was French (original name spelling was Duchenne). Her parents & 11 children did a world cruise ending in Brisbane in 1876. Eleonore married David Keys in 1878 in England and they left shortly afterwards for New Zealand. Some of her family also buried in NZ
Eleonore & David lived first in Napier then Dunedin, Paeroa & probably other towns as David was a School Master
the known children of DAVID & ELEONORE
1880 - 1942 Lilian Marie Keys (+Hector Angus ROSS in 1912)
1881 - 1965 Nellie Maud Keys (+Charles Alfred HERBERT in 1905)
1882 - George Vincent Keys
1884 - Matilda/Mathilde Keys (+Harry ROBSON in 1911)
1885 - Adah Ethel Keys (+ HUNTER, moved to Australia)
1887 - Violet Mary Keys (+Ronald Robert STEWART in 1913)
1890 - 1955 William David Keys when William served in WWI (1917) his mother was next of kin in Papatawa, Hawkes Bay. William is buried Waikumete
in 1890 they were in Caversham, Dunedin
in 1902 their address was Queen's Drive, St Kilda, Dunedin
in 1916 Eleanor and her son William David were in Waitotara, Wanganui
Dominion, 27 May 1916 DISCHARGED SOLDERS SECTIONS
The monthly meeting of the Wellington Land Board was concluded yesterday, when most of the business transacted concerned applications for land by discharged soldiers. It was resolved to grant the requests in each of the following cases:-
William David Keys and Eleanor Keys applied to transfer Section 13, Blocks I and V, Nukumaru, to R. J. Sewell, J. T. Crawshaw, and Jens Larsen Bonde. This section was declared forfeited at last meeting of the board for non-payment of rent. Rent has now been paid up and the following resolution was carried: "Subject to J. L. Bonde's name being deleted, a proof of his rejectment for military service being supplied, this transfer be approved". It was also resolved that the resolution of April 27, 1816, forfeiting the lease be rescinded

KNIGHT Arthur Cowper, 2 Sep 1904 aged 55
- buried unknown location
- born Ashorne Hill, Warwickshire to Augusta & William Knight (below). Also brother of Francis John, below
Bush Advocate, 2 September 190 KNIGHT - In loving memory of Arthur Cowper Knight, who passed away on 2nd September, 1904
...Three years to-day since you passed away,
...And friends around think of you nor more;
...But your memory won't fade from my thoughts like a dream,
...And my lips need not speak when my heart mourns for thee.
Inserted by Escott Summarsell

KNIGHT Arthur Bower, 26 July 1934 aged 50
- buried Grave 64, Block D with wife Barbara & son Marcus
- born 27 May 1884 to William Frederick KNIGHT & Clara Wardley BROWN
- Arthur was a farmer in Dannevirke

KNIGHT Augusta (nee SMART), 28 Nov 1899 aged 77
- buried Grave 68, Block D
- daughter of Benjamin Smart of Rockmills, Emscott Warwick, England
- married William Knight 17 June 1846 at Milverton, Warwickshire

KNIGHT Barbara Adelaide (nee HINDMARSH), 25 May 1951 aged 64
- buried Grave 64, Block D with husband Arthur & son Marcus
- married Arthur Bower Knight in 1910

KNIGHT Clara Wardley (nee BROWN), 8 Aug 1948 aged 89
- buried Grave 66, Block D
- she married William Frederick Knight in 1882
the children of WILLIAM & CLARA:
1883 - Freda Knight
1884 - Arthur Bower Knight married Barbara Adelaide HINDMARSH 1910
- Barbara was a sister of Agnes who married Wilfred Knight
1886 - Clara Olive Knight
1890 - Wilfred Eric Knight married Agnes Jean HINDMARSH 1915
- sister of Barbara Adelaide Hindmarsh who married Arthur Knight
- daughter of John HINDMARSH & Charlotte Adelaide CARTER
- the children of JOHN & CHARLOTTE:
...1883 John St John Hindmarsh (+Shiela Westwood McLEOD 1919)
...1885 Annie Madeline Hindmarsh (+George Arthur BROAD 1905)
...1886 Dorothy Kate Hindmarsh (+Andrew Richmond SCLANDERS 1913)
...1887 Adelaide Barbara Hindmarsh (+Arthur Bower Knight 1910)
...1889 Marjorie Frances Hindmarsh (+Hutton Ewan TROUTBECK 1929)
...1890 Cecily Mary Hindmarsh (+Vivian Walter COX 1920)
...1893 Norah Marion Hindmarsh
...1894 Agnes Jean Hindmarsh (+Wilfred Eric Knight 1915)
...1896 Elinor Octavia Hindmarsh (+Angus DODS 1920)
...1898 Adrian Frederick Hindmarsh (+Eveline Lorna CATO 1924)
...1899 Phyllis Mary Hope Hindmarsh (+George William HUNT 1926)
...1900 -1958 Harry Smith Hindmarsh
...1902 George Morris Hindmarsh

KNIGHT Francis John, 24 Aug 1922 aged 70
- buried Grave 67, Block D
- born 4 Aug 1852 at Ashorne Hill (large Country House) Warwickshire, England, he lived in Rawhiti St, Dannevirke
- son of William & Augusta Knight

KNIGHT James, 20 Sep 1899 aged 66
- buried unknown location

KNIGHT Marcus William Bower, 24 March 1993 aged 76
- buried Grave 64, Block D with parents Arthur & Barbara
- he was an Air Force Personnel
- was living in 6 Kapua Place, Taupo

KNIGHT Thomas Alfred, 19 Sep 1909 aged 2 wees
- buried Grave 38, Block K
- son of Edward John KNIGHT & Mary Jane ALDING

KNIGHT William Frederick, 28 April 1920 aged 72
- buried Grave 65, Block D
- William was a farmer in Tahoraiti, Dannevirke
- son of William Knight & Augusta Smart (also buried here)
- husband of Clara Wardly (nee Brown above) married 1882
- early settler, saw miller in the area. Died in Rotorua

KNIGHT William, 24 Sep 1907 aged 83
- buried Grave 68, Block D??
(not on cemetery database)
- husband of Augusta (above)
Bush Advocate, 24 September 1907 KNIGHT - On the 24th inst., at his residence, Rawhiti street, William Knight, aged 83 years
We regret to have to record the death of Mr William Knight, which occurred at his residence, Rawhiti street, to-day. The deceased had attained the great age of 83 and though his health had been failing very much of late, the end came somewhat unexpectedly. The late Mr Knight was a native of Warwickshire, having been born at Old Milverton, and about 40 years ago he arrived in the colony with his wife and family of young children. After spending some time on the Auckland goldfields, the late Mr Knight, who came from a family of yeoman, settled down to farming pursuits at Mangateretere, near Clive, where he remained for many years. In 1893 he took up his residence at Dannevirke, so as to be near his sons and daughters, and here he remained until his death. The late Mr Knight was a man of sturdy, upright character, and held in the highest respect by all with whom he was brought into contact. His wife predeceased him some eight years ago, and he is survived by two daughters:-
* Mrs E. Robertshawe, of Dannevirke daughter Augusta (1853-1937) married Rev Edward Robertshawe (1857-1917)
* Mrs Branting, of Christchurch daughter Ellen Theresa married Carl Gustaf Teodor Branting in 1886
and by four sons, viz.,
* Mr W. F. Knight of Tahoraite William Frederick (1847-1920)
* F. J. Francis John (1852-1922) and H. D. Herbert Douglas (1859-1933) Knight of Dannevirke
* Mr B. L. Knight of Utiku Benjamin Leonard (1856-1942)
These will all have the deep sympathy of many friends in their bereavement. The funeral will take place on Thursday
Bush Advocate, 26 September 1907 The funeral of the late Mr William Knight was held this afternoon, at the early hour of 1.30, when despite the inclement weather, a number of settlers from norther Hawke's Bay, as well as the many friends of the family in the immediate district, were present. The funeral service was read by the Rev E. Robertshawe. A large number of wreaths and floral emblems were forwarded by sympathising friends

KOHLER Frederick, 21 Sep 1902 aged 52
- buried Grave 7, Block C

KRUIKS ? (boy) 10 Dec 1898 aged ?
- buried unknown section

KRUIKS ? (boy) 20 Dec 1898 aged ?
- buried unknown section

KUITI ?, 19 Jan 1899 aged ?
- buried unknown section


... 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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