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MABERLY to MURRAY Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

Journal by ngairedith

The people with the surname M who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
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MABERLY Joseph, 6 Feb 1905 aged 80
- buried Grave 55, Block F
- born 31 Oct 1825 in Brentford Middlesex
- Joseph was a carpenter
- married Annie Eliza WHITTON (1828-1899)

MacKAY Angus, 28 Dec 1909 aged 90
- buried Plot 16, Block I with Janet
- born in Nova Scotia, arriving in NZ 1865 (via 12 years in Melbourne)
- was living in High St, Dannevirke

MacKAY Bertha 19 June 1911 aged ? (child)
- buried Grave 29, Block H
- was living in Dannevirke

MacKAY Donald Alexander, 29 Sep 1888 aged 4 months
- buried Grave 20, Block I with parents
- son of Duncan & Helena Maria Mackay

MacKAY Duncan, 26 March 1908 aged 51
- buried Grave 19, Block I with wife Helena & infant son Donald
- born in Beuley, near Inverness, arriving in NZ about 1884
- was a storeowner living in Allardice St, Dannevirke
Wairarapa Daily Times, 30 March 1908 The funeral of the late Mr Duncan Mackay, which took place at Dannevirke last Friday, was attended by many old residents of town and district. Black drapings were hung on a number of business premises. The burial service was read by the Rev A. Grant

MacKAY Helena Maria, 21 April 1932 aged 77
- buried Grave 20, Block I with husband Duncan & infant son Donald
- was living in Wellington

MacKAY Janet 11 April 1911 aged 80
- buried Grave 16, Block I with Angus
- was living in Palmerston North

MAKI Takana I, 22 Nov 1902 aged 12
- buried unknown location

MAKU Rapaeu, 12 March 1905 aged 13
- buried unknown location

MALCOLM Johanna, 8 Feb 1910 aged 82
- buried Grave 35, Block H
- was living in Dublin St, Dannevirke

MANAHI ?, 28 July 1898 aged ?
- buried unknown location

MARSHALL Alfred, 29 Aug 1903 aged 2 weeks
- buried unknown location
son of Alfred James MARSHALL (1867-1944) & Agnes Bridget O'BRIEN (1870-1838)
(Alfred James snr was 1 of 16 children of James MARSHALL & Mary Ann MOSLEY)
- Alfred & Agnes had 17 children & are buried in Whakatane

MARSHALL David, 22 Aug 1907 aged 3 weeks
- buried Grave 18, Block F with brothers Frank & Leonard
- son of Alfred James MARSHALL & Agnes Bridget O'BRIEN

MARSHALL Frank Leslie, 17 May 1906 aged 10 months
- buried Grave 18, Block F with brothers David & Leonard
- son of Alfred James MARSHALL & Agnes Bridget O'BRIEN

MARSHALL Ellen Mosley, 18 June 1901 aged 7.10
- buried Grave 57, Block A
(database has Helen Mosley aged 6 - BDM has Ellen Moseley aged 7)
- born 15 Aug 1893 to Alfred James MARSHALL & Agnes Bridget O'BRIEN

MARSHALL Leonard, 5 March 1905 aged 8 months
- buried Grave 18, Block F with brothers David & Frank
- son of Alfred James MARSHALL & Agnes Bridget O'BRIEN

MARTIN Grace Emily, 15 Feb 1911 aged 1 day
- buried Grave 32, Block I
- lived in Dannevirke

MARTIN Majorie Lorraine, 2 June 1927 aged 11 months
- buried in Grave 75, Block J
cemetery database has 11 years
- lived in Barraud St, Dannevirke

MARTIN Violet Irving, 17 October 1910 aged 19 months
- buried Grave 88, Block J
- born 11 March 1909 to Thomas MARTIN & Helena Agnes WARREN
Thomas & Helena are buried in Taihape
- was living in Dannevirke

MATTHEWS Ronald Kerr 'Ronnie', 5 Jan 1911 aged 2.10
- buried Grave 83, Block K
- was living in Dannevirke
- twin son of Arthur Murray (1878-1953) & Catherine Agnes (1880-1944) MATTHEWS
the known children of ARTHUR & CATHERINE:
1908 - 1911 Ronald Kerr Matthews
1908 - 1967 Howard Edward Gray Matthews
1910 - 1926 Arthur Alan Seddon Matthews
1912 - 1984 Thelma Catherine Matthews (+Robert Henry Francis BRADY in 1932)

MAY Elizabeth Ann, 3 Sep 1914 aged 62
- buried Grave 59, Block D with husband Henry & son Henry
- possibly married Henry May (below) before emigration
- their known NZ children were:
1880 - Emma May
- married Alfred George LONDON (1877-) in 1902, a son of Peter LONDON & Martha TARRANT, a brother of Charles Edward London who married Maggie May (below)
1881 - Kate May (+David BISHOP in 1904)
1882 - 1901 Henry May (aged 18, below)
1883 - Maggie May
- married Charles Edward LONDON in 1905, a son of Peter LONDON & Martha TARRANT, a brother of Alfred George London who married Emma May (above)
1885 - Frank May (+Doris Wade PETHERICK in 1922)
1888 - Frederick Charles May

MAY Henry 'Harry', 2 Oct 1901 aged 18.7
- Buried in Grave 58, Block D with his parents
- born 23 May 1882 to Henry & Elizabeth Ann May
Bush Advocate, 5 October 1901 The remains of the late Mr Henry May, of Matahiwi, were interred in the Dannevirke cemetery this afternoon. The Rev E. Robertshawe conducted the burial service

MAY Henry, 23 Feb 1916 aged 66
- buried Grave 59, Block D with wife Elizabeth & son Henry
- husband of Elizabeth Ann (above)

McCONNOCHIE John Andrew, 18 Nov 1906 aged 9 months
- buried unknown location
- no records found on McConochie or McConnochie

McDONALD Robert, 23 Feb 1905 aged 24
- buried Grave 30, Block E
- killed accidentally at Mangatoro
Bush Advocate, 24 February 1905
... About nine o'clock last evening the sad news was brought to Dannevirke that a fatal accident had occurred on the Mangatoro Station, by which a young man named RObert McDonald had lost his life. The deceased was employed with a team in carting out posts from a paddock off the Mangahe Road, and as he did not arrive home at the usual hour, a search was made, when his lifeless body was found near the track. Some of the load had fallen off, and the horses with the dray were some distance away. The inquest was held at the Mangatoro station, the jury, without retiring, brought in a verdict that deceased accidentally fell off the dray and was crushed to death
... Funeral of the late R. McDonald will leave Mr A. Hill's residence, Millers Road, to-morrow, at 2 o'clock
... ODDFELLOWSHIP, M.U. - After the formal reception by the Mayor, the Provincial grand master adjourned the meeting for a quarter of an hour as a mark of respect to the memory of the late Bro. R. McDonald, a member of the Dannevirke Lodge

McDOWALL Salvador Andrew, 1 June 1899 aged 10 weeks
- buried unknown location
- his name incorrectly spelt McDowell on the database
- son of Andrew John McDOWALL (1871-1921, born in Taita) & Margaret 'Maggie' CORKERY who McDowalls were some of the earliest settlers of the Manawatu)
the known children of ANDREW & MAGGIE:
1896 - 1964 Vincent Joseph McDowall (buried Terrace End)
1897 - Alexandrina McDowall (named after Andrew's mother)
1899 - 1899 Salvador Andrew McDowall
1900 - 1988 Andrew Douglas McDowall
1901 - 1902 Pearl Ruth McDowall (aged 4 months)
1905 - unnamed McDowall (born still)
1906 - Ilenia Frances McDowall

McDOWALL unnamed, 28 July 1905 born still
- buried unknown location
- child of Andrew & Maggie

McDOWALL Pearl Ruth, 1 March 1902 aged 3 months
- buried unknown location
- daughter of Andrew John & Maggie McDowall (see above)

McFARLANE Margaret, 13 May 1909 aged 2 weeks
- buried Grave 30, Block J
- daughter of James & Jane Hessey McFARLANE
births & deaths for James & Jane family on BDM as MacFarlane & McFarlane

McINTOSH Angus 1906 aged 2 weeks
- buried Grave 27, Block C
- son of George & Catherine McINTOSH (possibly Katrice GROMABEK)
the known children of GEORGE & CATHERINE:
1894 - 1974 Samuel McIntosh
- married Mabel Elizabeth SARGENT in 1924
- farmed at Rua Roa, Dannevirke
- buried in Mangatera cemetery with wife Mabel (1894-1952)
1885 - 1964 Georgina Marian McIntosh
- didn't marry
- lived in Tipapakuku, buried Mangatera cemetery
1887 - John Sorensen/Lawrence? McIntosh
1889 - 1975 Alexander McIntosh
1890 -1928 Frederick Carl McIntosh
- lived in Tipapakuku, Dannevirke
- buried Mangatera Cemetery with John Lawrence McIntosh (1888-1957)
1892 - 1963 William Henry McIntosh
- William was a Driver in Dannevirke
- married Margaret Evelyn THOMSON in 1928
- buried in Mangatera cemetery with wife Margaret (1902-1982)
1895 - Catherine Ingam Maude McIntosh
- married Allan Ferrier WALKER 1923
1897 - Rose Emma McIntosh
1903 - 1999 Rita Wite McIntosh
- married George Phillip BRAY in 1933
1906 - 1906 Angus McIntosh

McINTYRE Albert William, 3 Oct 1898 aged 26 days
- buried unknown location
- son of Donald & Elizabeth McINTYRE
the known NZ born children of DONALD & ELIZABETH:
1894 - Florence Elizabeth McIntosh (+Sydney Thomas SMITH in 1915)
1896 - Evelyn May McIntosh (+John HEALD in 1920)
1897 - Charles Edward McIntosh (+Edith Annie FORSTER in 1919)
1898 - 1898 Albert William McIntyre
1900 - Richard John McIntosh (+Lila Myrtle May EVA in 1924 daughter of Minnie Ida EVA)
1901 - 1983 George Hope McIntosh

McKEARNEY Annie, 12 Aug 1907 aged 27
- buried Grave 18, Block E
- lived in Mangatera, Dannevirke
- daughter of Daniel (1845-1925) & Mary (1852-1917) McKEARNEY
Bush Advocate, 12 August 1907 McKEARNEY - On the 12th inst., at the Dannevirke Hospital, Annie, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs D. McKearney, of Dannevirke, aged 27 years
the known New Zealand born children of DANIEL & MARY:
1880 - 1907 Annie] McKearney
1883 - 1975 Daniel McKearney
1885 - 1957 James John McKearney (+Hermoine Cecelia Nathalie KNIGHT in 1923)
1887 - Catherine McKearney
1888 - 1974 Henry McKearney
- Henry was a Saddler
- he married Anastasia Mary PEDERSEN (1892-1975) in 1919
- Henry and Anastasia are buried together in Mangatera Cemetery
(Daniel & Mary are buried together in Mangatera Cemetery)

McKENZIE Mary, 7 March 1910 aged 5.10
- buried Grave 55, Block K with her father
- born 23 May 1904 to Roderick & Elizabeth McKENZIE

McKENZIE Murdoch, 13 Aug 1907 aged 64
- buried Grave 93, Block G
- buried Plot 93, Block G

McKENZIE Roderick, 7 July 1926 aged 73
- buried Grave 55, Block K with daughter Mary
- he was a Carrier/Farmer in Mangatoro Valley, Dannevirke
- in 1905 he was told he must reside on his holding, section 3, block 9, Managatoro settlement
- on the 26 June 1907 his 6th daughter, Annie May McKenzie married Charles Walker of Umutaoroa
- in 1908 Roderick, former Carrier, was living in Weber

McLEAN Donald, 6 Oct 1936 aged 90
- buried Grave 66, Block K with Mary Ann
- birth date of about 1846, possible husband of Mary Ann below
- was living in Waipatiki, Dannevirke

McLEAN Mary Ann 1914 aged 66
- buried Grave 66, Block K with Donald
- birth date of about 1848, possible wife of Donald above
- buried Plot 66, Block K

McLEAN Mary Ann, 28 June 1910 aged 23
- buried Grave 65, Block K with Donald & Mary Ann (above)
- Mary was not married, she was living in Waipatiki, Dannevirke
(possible granddaughter ?)

McLEAN unnamed baby, 8 Aug 1914 aged ?
- buried Grave 66, Block K with those above

McLENNAN Alexandrina 'Ena', 6 Oct 1904 aged 8
- buried Grave 63, Block E
- daughter of John McLENNAN & Margaret (possbly GRAVES)
Bush Advocate, 6 October 1904 A distressing fatal accident occurred this morning, about 8.15, by which the life of a bright little girl was instantly terminated. It appears that the deceased, Enna McLenna, aged 8 years, whose parents reside at Tepapakuku, was coming in to school, and it is supposed that while trying to put a book in a box attached to the trolley bringing in timber from the Tiratu mill, she fell, with the result that the wheel passed over her neck. The driver, Jack Stanridge, immediately brought the team to a standstill, and sent for aid. Dr Reid Mackay promptly answered the call, but was, of course, unable to afford any assistance, death having been instantaneous. It appears that the child usually rode on the trolley, but this morning expressed a wish to walk. The deceased's father is employed at the Tamaki mills and much sympathy is expressed for the parents in their sad bereavement. An inquest will be held to-morrow
the known children of JOHN & MARGARET:
1892 - 1950 Anne Jane McLennan (+Alexander PEACOCK in 1909)
1895 - 1968 Thomas Franklin McLennan (+Ethel Isobel LEE in 1921)
1896 - 1904 Alexandrina McLennan

McNAMARA Louisa, 12 Nov 1904 agd 31
- buried Grave 35, Block E

McPHERSON Agnes Drew (nee CHALMERS), 8 Dec 1925 aged 70
- buried Grave 59, Block F with 10 year old son John (below)
- was living in Albert St, Dannevirke
- Agnes married James McPherson 29 July 1884
Hawkes Bay Herald, 31 July 1884 McPHERSON-CHALMERS - At the Manse, Waipukurau, on the 29th July, by the Rev. Alexander Grant, Presbyterian minister, James McPherson, Dannevirke (formerly of Strathspey, Scotland) to Agnes Drew, elder daughter of John Chalmers (formerly of Linithgowshire, Scotland)

McPHERSON James, 5 Oct 1926 aged 82
- James was a Butcher
- he married Agnes Drew Chalmers in 1884
- he lived in Albert St, Dannevirke
- buried Grave 74, Block F with daughters Agnes Elizabeth (Clark) & Jessie

McPHERSON Jessie Robertson, 24 May 1976 aged 84
- born 8 Aug 1892 to James McPHERSON & Agnes Drew CHALMERS
- buried Grave 75, Block F with father & sister Agnes Elizabeth Clark

McPHERSON John Chalmers, 21 Dec 1904 aged 10.10
- buried Grave 58, Block F with his mother
- born 16 Feb 1894 in Dannevirke to James McPHERSON & Agnes Drew CHALMERS
John was accidently shot at Mangatera

MELDRUM John, 21 Aug 1912 aged 23
- buried Grave 45, Block F
- John was a Driver
- he was living in Dannevirke
- born 12 June 1889 to James Shepherd MELDRUM (1853-) & Hannah Elizabeth RALPH (1857-1933) who married in Invercargill 2 April 1875. James was 22 & Hannah was 18. James may have gone to Australia after 1896. Hannah stayed in NZ
the known children of JAMES & HANNAH:
1876 - 1944 Mary Elizabeth Meldrum (+James Smith VIAL in 1899)
1877 - 1919 Robert James Meldrum (+Katherine CROSSLEY in 1905)
1879 - 1944 Lucy Ann Meldrum (+Alfred John SUDDEN in 1900)
1881 - Rodger John Meldrum (+Sarah Elizabeth BIRCHALL in 1908)
1883 - James William Francis Meldrum (+Nina May KELLY in 1911)
1886 - 1946 George Meldrum (+Mary Janet MARTIN in 1913, died Te Awamutu)
1888 - 1888 unnamed baby Meldrum
1889 - 1912 John Meldrum
1895 - Hannah Harriet Meldrum (+Llewellyn Bernard DAVIS in 1913)

MELVILLE Henry Charles, 15 March 1898 aged 14 days
- buried unknown location
- son of Charles MELVILLE & Annie Catherine
- brother of Percival Hugh John Melville (below)
- Charles & Annie also had a daughter, Gladys Edna Latona Melville in 1901

MELVILLE Percival Hugh John, 20 Oct 1898 aged 21 months
- buried unknown location
- cemetery database has aged 14 months, BDM has 20 months
- born 20 Jan 1896 to Charles MELVILLE & Annie Katherne HEIGH
- brother of Henry Charles Melville (above)

MEREDITH Annie, 4 Dec 1925 aged 65
- buried Grave 82, Block A with husband James
- Annie was living in Woodville

MEREDITH James Shepherd, 16 Oct 1903 aged 47
- buried Grave 81, Block A with wife Annie

MEREDITH Kirstine Marie, 13 April 1979 aged 86
- buried Grave 24, Block E with Kirstine Lauridsen (1855-1935)
- wife of Edgar Meredith

METCALFE Ellen, 28 Oct 1905 aged 23 hours
- buried Grave 77, Block F
- parents unknown at this time

MEXTED Basil Stephen Anders, 15 Aug 1911 aged 4 months
- buried Grave 56, Block H with Jessie & Rita
- son of Stephen Henry MEXTED & Adelaide/Adela Henrietta OLSEN
- lived in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke
- buried Plot 56, Block H

MEXTED Jessie Christabel Nancy, 30 Nov 1910 aged 5 months
- buried Grave 56, Block H with Basil & Rita
- daughter of Stephen Henry MEXTED & Adela Henrietta OLSEN
- lived in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke

MEXTED Rita Christina, 2 Nov 1916 aged 18 months
- buried Grave 56, Block H with Basil & Jessie
- possible daughter of Stephen Henry MEXTED & Adela Henrietta OLSEN
- lived in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke

MIDDLEDITCH Robert Charles Black, 8 July 1905 aged 1 day
- buried Grave 63, Block F
- son of Archibald John MIDDLEDITCH & Ada NANKERVIS
John & Ada married in Dannevirke
Auckland Star, 14 June 1904 MIDDLEDITCH-NANKERVIS - On June 2nd, 1904, at Dannevirke by the Rev A. Grant, Archibald John, 5th eldest son of John Middleditch of Kurow, Oamaru, to Ada, eldest daughter of the late Henry C. Nankervis, of Auckland

MILLER Rose 'Rosie' (nee CARMICHAEL), 27 Aug 1888 aged 47
- buried Grave 43, Block D with husband Thomas
- married Thomas Miller in 1867
- one of their sons, John Miller (1878-), married Alice Mary Mexted in Umutaoroa in 1901, a granddaughter of George MEXTED & Elizabeth WILMSHURST

MILLER Thomas, 23 April 1910 aged 65
- buried Grave 42, Block D with wife Rosie
- Thomas was a contractor. He lived in Ruahine St, Dannevirke

MILLETT Alice, 29 July 1900 aged 11
- buried Grave 79, Block B
- lived in Dannevirke
possibly a daughter of Henry MILLETT & Angelina MUNDY (buried Mangatera)

MILLS Jane Eliza (nee CRALLAN), 30 March 1944 aged 77
- buried Grave 32, Block F with husband Thomas
- lived in Havelock North

MILLS Thomas Mander, 11 Jan 1945 aged 77
- buried Grave 33, Block F with wife Jane
- lived in Dannevirke
- married Jane Eliza Crallan (above) in 1894
the known children of THOMAS & JANE:
1895 - Kenneth Mander Mills (+Rachel MacDairmid WHITE in 1922)
1900 - Edna Elizabeth Mills
1906 - 1971 Clifford Crallan Mills

MOELLER Arnold Thomas 25 July 1904 aged 6 days
database ha Moller
(BDM has aged 2 days)
- buried Grave 77, Block C with twin brother Harry
- son of Herr Harvey 'Harry' (1867-1926) & Lillian 'Lily' (1878-1910) MOELLER
possible that Frank Moeller (1857-1919) who had the Masonic Hotel in Napier was related to Harry. Frank's parents were Philip Moeller (& Elizabeth) who had the Empire Hotel in Wellington. Frank's wife was a grand niece of Jean Baptiste Jourdan

MOELLER Harvey 'Harry' 21 July 1904 aged 48 hours
database has Moller
- buried Grave 77, Block C with twin brother Arnold
- son of Harvey & Lillian MOELLER
NOTE Harvey & Lily also had 2 daughters
1899 - Dorothy Ivy May Moeller (Standard I North School in 1906)
1903 - Elsie Florence Moeller

MISSEN Jane (nee CURRY) 10 Dec 1898 aged 58
- buried unknown location
- married Bateman Thomas Missen (1833-1893) in 1865
the known children of BATEMAN & JANE:
1865 - Bateman Thomas Missen
1866 - John Henry Missen
1868 - 1917 David Curry Missen, killed in action
1871 - Alfred Edward Missen
1873 - Mary Margaret Missen
1875 - Edith Jane Missen
1878 - Eva Annie Missen

MOIR James, 26 Feb 1907 aged 45
- buried Grave 56, Block G
- James was a Blacksmith at Mangatoro
- possibly born in Auckland to Henry & Eliza Moir
Bush Advocate, 6 February 1907
... Messrs Laurie and Vining, recent arrivals from the South, have taken over the blacksmithing business at Mangatoro formerly carried on by Mr Moir. The new firm are competent tradesmen, and confidently ask for a share of public partronage
Bush Advocate, 26 February 1907
... MOIR - At Dannevirke, on February 26th, James Moir, aged 45
... We regret to have to record the death of Mr James Moir, which occurred at his residence, Gordon-street, early yesterday morning, as the result of cancer. Mr Moir has been a resident of Dannevirke for the past two years, and for some time he has been carrying on a blacksmithing business at Mangatoro, where he was building up a good connection. He leaves a widow and five children who will have the sympathy of the community in their bereavement

MOLLOY Thomas Joseph, 23 March 1908 aged 17
HISTORICAL RECORD ONLY - He was conveyed by rail to Te Kopuru
Wairarapa Daily Times, 30 March 1908 Mr T. J. Molloy, who had only recently been appointed on the Dannevirke Post Office, died on Thursday from meningitis, after a fortnight's illness in the Hospital. His remains are to be removed to Te Kopuru, North Auckland, where his parents reside
- born 10 July 1890 to James Joseph MOLLOY & Agnes MITCHELL
(database has born 1881)
the children of JAMES & AGNES:
1888 - William Molloy
1890 - 1908 Thomas Joseph Molloy
1892 - 1892 Joseph George Molloy (aged 6 months)
1894 - 1922 Bernard James Molloy (buried Mt Wesley, Dargaville)

MONK Alice Elizabeth (nee GALLOWAY), 1 Aug 1901 aged 29
- buried Grave 55, Block A
- married Alfred George Monk (1866-1953) in 1894
their known children:
1894 - 1918 John Leslie Monk killed at Gallipoli
1896 - 1960 Vera Ella Monk (+ Edward James STAFFORD in 1919)
1900 - 1994 Allan Vincent Galloway?
(BDM has Allan's birth & death as Galloway not Monk)
Bush Advocate, 3 August 1901
... Great regret is felt at the death of Mrs Monk, at Maharahara. Three weeks ago
(12 July) her house was burned down in the night. Mrs Monk got her baby out and returned and saved the other two children form a burning bed. She was terribly injured about the face and body, and though she received constant attention the burns resulted fatally. Her life truly sacrificed in saving her children
... The funeral of the late Mrs Monk took place this afternoon at the Dannevirke cemetery. There was a very large number of vehicles in the procession, almost every settler in the Maharahara district being present as a mark of respect to the deceased, who met her death under such sad circumstances
Bush Advocate, 8 August 1901 The amount received at this office, 4 4s 6d, in connection with the fire at Maharahara which resulted in the death of Mrs Monk, was to-day handed to Mr Monk, and will be expended on a headstone on which some account of the circumstances of the death of deceased will be engraved. In another column, Mr Monk, Mrs and Mrs Galloway, and the brothers and relatives of deceased, thank their friends at Maharahara and Dannevirke for acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy

MONK Theodora Lucy 'Dora', 17 Aug 1893 aged 11 months
- buried Grave 6, Block B
- 2nd of 8 children of David William MONK & Harriett Rose PETERS

MONTEITH Gwendoline Florence, 2 July 1908 aged 15 months
- buried Grave 8, Block H
- lived in Allardice St, Dannevirke
- Gwendoline was born 12 April 1907 to Henry Alexander Lamont MONTEITH & Mary GREGORY. This means her death age was 15 months, database has her as 15 years

MOORE Amelia Elizabeth (nee HART), 27 May 1905 aged 77
- buried Grave 62, Block F
- Amelia married Henry Moore (1816-1895) as his 3rd wife in Wellington 1860
(Henry had at least 17 children. He died in Petone 24 June 1895 aged 79)
their known children:
1861 - 1898? James Ryder Moore (+Helena Maria STEFFERT? in 1882)
1862 - 1922 Eliza Amelia Moore (+Joseph James HIBBEND in 1884)
1863 - 1918 Emma Rose Moore (+Alexander William McINTOSH in 1881)
1865 - 1953 Arthur George Moore (born Lower Hutt)
1867 - 1930 Walter Frank Moore
Bush Advocate, 29 May 1905 The funeral of the late Amelia Moore will leave her late residence, Miller's Road, to-morrow, at 3 p.m.

MORAN Annie (nee CHRISTIANSEN), 9 Feb 1939 aged 70
- buried Grave 85, Block A with her son Archie (below)
- married Joseph Moran in 1886
- lived in York St, Dannevirke
the children of JOSEPH & ANNIE:
1887 - Julia Moran
1890 - 1932 Joseph William Moran
1893 - 1918 George Stanley Moran .Private 10/2245 died aged 25 during the Flu Pandemic after discharge from the NZEF. Mother was then living in Matamau. He is buried Mangatera
1894 - 1980 Ellen Moran (+Holger Christian JARLOV in 1915)
1897 - May Moran (+Henry James FELL in 1915)
1898 - John Bernard Lawrence Moran (+Hilda BEATTY IN 1917)
1901 - Gladys Moran (+George Douglas GRANT in 1927)
1902 - Archie Louis Leonard Moran
1905 - Alexander Moran
1907 - Ivy Hazel Moran

MORAN Archie Louis Leonard 1903 aged 11 months
- buried Grave 85, Block A with his mother Annie (above)
- son of Joseph MORAN & Annie CHRISTIANSEN

MORGAN Ernest Albert, 26 Dec 1906 aged 19
- buried Grave 61, Block G
- a son of William & Mary Ann MORGAN
- He was accidentally killed Boxing Day
Bush Advocate, 27 December 1906 The sad intelligence was brought into town yesterday morning that a young man named Ernest Morgan, aged 19, had met his death near Mr Pawson's, on the Glengarry road, through being thrown from his bicycle while descending the hill. No one was with deceased at the time of the accident, but from what we can gather deceased has been in Mr Armstrong's employment at Glengarry for about six weeks as gardener. He had arranged with his brother-in-law (Mr Jonathan, of Stanley-street), to go with him and Mrs Jonathan to the Friendly Societies' picnic at Oringi yesterday morning, and left Glengarry about 9 o'clock for that purpose. He was seen to go over the brow of the hill by Mr Beaman (another Glengarry employee) riding his bicycle at rather a fast pace. This was the last seen of him alive, and nothing further was heard of him till Mr Matthew Shaw found his body lying on the road, as he was riding into town at about 10 o'clock. From the indications on the road it is surmised that as deceased descended the hill his bicycle - which was a free wheel, with only one brake - took charge of him. After he had gone some distance he ran into the watertable and travelled down it for about 12 or 14 yards. He then appears to have struck a rata root, which was projecting from the bank. The impact, which must have been exceedingly violent, had the effect of throwing deceased some ten yards down the road, and the bicycle traveled some distance further, but from the fact that there was no evidence that deceased had moved after he fell it is surmised that death was instantaneous

MORGAN Sarah Jane (nee ADAMS), 22 Feb 1911 aged 38
- buried Grave 51, Block A
- married William John Morgan in 1891
the known children of WILLIAM & SARAH:
1892 - Grace Emma Morgan (+)
1894 - Henry James Morgan
1896 - Samuel John Edmond Morgan
1905 - Arthur Richard Morgan

MORRISON Celia Ann, 5 July 1909 aged 59
HISTORICAL RECORD only. Conveyed to Makotuku

MOYES Dorothea Marianna (nee FIECKEN), 24 May 1944 aged 55
- buried Grave 45, Block B
- married John Moyes in 1918
- lived in Mercery Bay
HEADSTONE READS:
In loving memory of Marianne, beloved wife of Frederick Fiecken
...Died 31st March 1945, aged 86 years
Also Christian George, son of the above
...Died 6th May 1913, aged 20 years
And Dorathea Marianne, daughter of the above and beloved wife of John Moyes
...Died 24th May 1994, aged 55 years
Also Frederick, beloved husband of Marianne Fiecken
...Died 19th June 1947, aged 88 years

MOYNIHAN Humphrey, 11 Aug 1916 aged 58
- born Kerry, Eire, Munster, Ireland to Timothy MYNIHAN & Honora O'LEARY
- married Mary Whelan in Hastings 6 May 1897
- buried Grave 38, Block J with wife Mary

MOYNIHAN Mary, 8 Aug 1909 aged 42
- buried Grave 37, Block J with husband Humphrey
- born in Waterford, Munster, Ireland to Denis WHELAN & Margaret HEALEY
- was living in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke
the known children of HUMPHREY & MARY:
1898 - 1980 Timothy Joseph Moynihan (+Ivy Cecille SCHOLES in 1925)
1901 - 1963 Norah Agnes Moyniham

MUIR Herbert Claude, 12 Sep 1910 aged 8 months
- buried Grave 16, Block J
- was living in Oringi, Dannevirke
- son of James MUIR & Helen Ogilvie SMITH

MURDOCK Thomas Shaw, 15 Aug 1911 aged 52
- buried Grave 73, Block K
database has Thomas Murdoch
- Thomas was born 1855 (making him 56) in Barnamaghery, County Down, Ireland, to Hugh MURDOCK & Mary SHAW. He didn't marry and left 14 acres of freehold land to two nephews, Samuel & Hugh William Murdock of County Down, sons of his brother Hugh Murdock (1850-)
Dominion, 9 February 1912 PUBLIC TRUST BUSINESS
... On the motion of Mr J. W. Macdonald, the Supreme Court has granted to the Public Trust probate of the wills of the undermentioned deceased person:-
Thomas Shaw Murdock, also known as Thomas Murdock, late of Dannevirke, shepherd

MURPHY Violet Rosetta, 13 Oct 1898 aged 5 months
- buried unknown location
- daughter of Rosetta Mary Murphy who (possibly) married Cecil Harry GILLILAND the following year

MURPHY Ellen, 8 March 1918 aged 28
- buried Grave 59, Block J
- was living in Piri Piri Rd, Dannevirke
- daughter of Dennis & Matilda MURPHY
- sister of Norah (below)
- the children of Dennis & Matilda were:
1890 - Ellen Murphy
1891 - Emily Mary Murphy
1893 - John Dennis Murphy
1894 - Michael Joseph Alexander Murphy
1897 - Norah Matilda Murphy
1900 - Patrick James Murphy
1901 - Dennis Martin Murphy
1903 - Margaret Elizabeth Murphy
1906 - Kathleen Annie Murphy

MURPHY Norah Matilda, 5 March 1909 aged 11
- buried Grave 58, Block J
- lived in Christian St, Dannevirke
- daughter of Dennis & Matilda MURPHY
- sister of Ellen (above)

MURPHY Winifred, 4 Aug 1929 aged 92
- buried Grave 28, Block I
- lived in James St, Dannevirke

MURRAY Illena, 12 Aug 1899 aged 4 months
- buried unknown location
Bush Advocate, 15 August 1899 The remains of the infant daughter of Mr W. Murray, Maharahara, were interred at Dannevirke cemetery yesterday afternoon. Rev Father McKenna, of Pahiatua, conducted the burial service, and there was a large attendance of Maharahara residents

MURRAY James, 29 Aug 1907 aged 70
- buried Grave 91, Block G
Bush Advocate, 30 August 1907
MURRAY - At Umutaoroa on 29th inst., James Murray, beloved father of Mrs John Wiseman; aged 70 [Southland papers please copy]
his daughter Christianna (1864-1918) married John Wiseman in 1884

... 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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