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NASH to NUTTALL Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

Journal by ngairedith

The people with the surname N who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
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NASH Albert Joseph Stewart 1933 aged 70
- Albert was a Painter
- married Elizabeth Hallassay in 1889
- lived in Swinburn St, Dannevirke
Albert is buried at Mangatera

NASH Peter, 25 July 1937 aged 2 days
Peter is buried at Mangatera with his father Albert above

NASH Elizabeth (nee HALLASSAY), 17 April 1940 aged 71
- buried unknown location
- wife of Albert Joseph Stuart Nash (above)
the children of ALBERT & ELIZABETH:
1889 - Annie Nash
1890 - Elsie Nash
1891 - 1956 Albert Stuart Nash
- married Isabele Elizabeth Rose SOUTHEE in 1916
- (a brother of Isabele's, Daniel Joseph Southee, married Annie Elsie Peck, a granddaughter of Charles PECK & Annie GASKIN who are also buried in the Settlers Cemetery)
1893 - Richard Nash
1897 - Florence Ella Nash (above)
1900 - 1980 Kenneth Arthur Nash
1901 - 1984 Ernest Lionel Nash (+Ruby Irene Ellen BLOWS in 1929)

NASH Florence Ella, 9 Oct 1898 aged 11 months
- buried unknown location
- daughter of Albert Joseph Stuart NASH & Elizabeth HALLASSAY

NASH Joan Beryl, 23 Oct 1943 aged 25
- buried Grave 4, Block G
- Joan was not married
- she was living in Dannevirke

NEAGLE James, 20 July 1923 aged 56
- buried Grave 55, Block J
- James was a Saddler

NEAGLE James, 7 May 1910 aged 61
- buried Grave 31, Block J
- James was an Insurance Agent living in High St Dannevirke

NEAGLE Sarah Ellen (nee BADLEY), 6 Jan 1929 aged 73
- buried Grave 60, Block J
- born 1855 to Paul & Hannah BADLEY (butcher of Meanee, Napier)
- married James Neagle (possibly the one above) in 1874
- was widowed and living in Waitara in 1928

NEAGLE Winifred Violet Gwendoline (nee DICKINSON) 1908 aged 27
- buried Grave 36, Block J
- born 1880 to Samuel DICKINSON & Matilda GIBBS
Nelson Evening Mail, 13 February 1877 DICKINSON-GIBBS - At the Register Office, Nelson, on the 12th February, Samuel Dickinson, second son of Francis Dickinson, Esq., of Wheatlands, County of Kent, England, to Marilda, youngest daughter of William Gibbs, Esq., M.H.R. of Totaranui
- Winifred married James Neagle in 1903
- she was living in Taradale Rd Dannevirke
- Winifred had 2 brothers:
1877 - Kenneth Lincoln Montague Dickinson
1886 - Arthur Boyes Gibbs Dickinson (father not recorded)

NEILSEN Albert John, 1 Sep 1903 aged 12
- buried Grave 61, Block E
- son of Charles & Mary Ateena NEILSEN

NEILSEN Bertha 5 Nov 1898 aged 11 months
- buried Grave 37, Block A with her father
- daughter of Hans (aka Jacob) & Bessie NEILSEN

NEILSEN Hans 'Jacob', 2 July 1898 aged 34
- buried Grave 37, Block A with daughter Bertha

NESON Richard, 30 Aug 1909 aged 68
- this surname is incorrect, could be Neeson but no record found for a Richard Neson having died in 1909

NEWBERRY Ernest, 8 June 1907 aged 3
- buried Grave 77, Block G
- born 1904 to Lizzie Newberry

NEWELL James Ridley, 2 April 1907 aged 3 months
- buried Grave 78, Block G with his mother Mary
- son of James Charles & Mary Francis NEWELL

NEWELL Mary Francis, 13 Aug 1908 aged 38
- Grave 78, Block G with son James
- married to James Charles Newell
the children of JAMES & MARY:
1898 - Kathleen Emma Newell
1900 - Eric Charles Palmerston Newell
1903 - Dudley Carlton Newell
1905 - Coralie Mary Newell
1907 - 1907 James Ridley Newell

NEWELL Rubina Susannah, 29 Dec 1901 aged 3.5
- buried Grave 69, Block B

NEWTON Albert Henry, 13 Nov 1910 aged 7 hours
- buried Grave 40, Block H
- son of Charles & Louisa Charnock (1875-1964) NEWTON
- was at York St, Dannevirke

NORTHCOTE Cecil, 19 March 1904 aged 45
HISTORICAL RECORD ONLY, Cecil was conveyed by rail to Ashburton
- he married Mary Ann JONES in 1883
the children of CECIL & MARY:
1884 - 1963 Eva Clara Northcote
- Eva married Francis Goward-Webster in Port Sudan, 25 Jan 1913. He was the Superintendent of the Egyptian War Office, Kartum, Sudan
1885 - 1899 Cyril Freeman Northcote
1886 - Rupert Northcote
Bush Advocate, 21 March 1904 NORTHCOTE - On the 19th inst., at his late residence, High-street, Dannevirke, Cecil Northcote (son of the late Augustus Northcote, of Belringham House, Sutton, Valence Kent, England), aged 45 years
Southland Times, 22 March 1904 NORTHCOTE - At Rawhiti street, Dannevirke, on the 19th March, 1904, Cecil, the beloved husband of Mary Northcote; aged 45 years
Bush Advocate, 19 March 1904 DEATH OF MR C. NORTHCOTE
It is with deep regret that we to-day have to record the death of Mr Cecil Northcote, our late well-known and much respected townsman, whose demise took place at his residence at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The deceased gentleman, who had arrived at about the age of 48 years, was taken ill some three weeks ago, and has practically remained in an unconscious state ever since. During the past dew days however, it was generally supposed that he was steadily improving, and the news of his death to-day came as a great surprise to his friends. Prior to his arrival in Dannevirke, Mr Northcote was connected with the well-known firm of Sargood, Son and Ewen, both as a traveler in Dunedin, and afterwards as the manager of their Invercargill branch. Leaving their service some years ago, he entered into business on his own account at Ashburton, and from there he came to this town, where he purchased the interest of Mr J. S. Watchorn, and afterwards that of Mr Power, in the house of which he has been the sole proprietor for the past eight months. Mr Northcote was generally recognised as a man of energetic and progressive business methods, and the embodiment of good nature, and his death will be widely regretted. Much sympathy will be felt for Mrs Northcote and her family in their sad bereavement. The late Mr Cecil Northcote was a kinsman (nephew) of Sir Henry Stafford Northcote, first Lord of Iddesleigh, who died in 1887
Ashburton Guardian, 21 March 1904 MR CECIL NORTHCOTE
The friends of Mr Cecil Northcote will regret to learn of his death, which occurred somewhat suddenly at Dannevirke, North Island, on Saturday. Recent letters received by his friends in Ashburton gave no intelligence even of Mr Northcote being indisposed, and up to the present his late partner, Mr Hefford, has received no particulars of his illness, so that the cause of death is not known. The deceased gentleman was in partnership with Mr George Hefford for about four years, but some fifteen months ago the partnership was dissolved. Mr Northcote bought a business at Dannevirke. He was of a genial and obliging disposition, and both in Ashburton and Invercargill was closely identified with football and athletic movements. While resident in Ashburton he made many friends. He leaves a wife and three children to mourn their loss. The remains will be conveyed to Ashburton by tomorrow's express, and the funeral will leave the station immediately afterwards for the Ashburton cemetery, where the interment will take place
CECIL was buried Plot 32, Area 94 at Ashburton cemetery on 22 March 1904 next to son Cyril Freeman Northcote. MARY ANN moved to Wellington and resided at 57 Marjoribanks street, Mt Victoria. She let the house (large 9 rooms including an upright grand piano) in 1911. She died 25 years after Cecil, 14 Aug 1929, in Wellington

NUTTALL William Thomas 1900 aged 1.5
- buried unknown location
- son of William John NUTTALL & Alice MITCHELL
the children of WILLIAM & AKUCE:
1898 - 1900 William Thomas Nuttall
1900 - John Nuttall
1902 - Elizabeth Henrietta Nuttall
1903 - Inez Nuttall
1907 - Doris Maude Nuttall
1909 - Alice Nuttall


... 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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