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PATON buried Manawatu

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the PATON buried Ashhurst, Dannevirke & Palmerston North to 3 Jan 2013
- unnamed infants not included
- some birth dates may be approximate, based on age at death


AGNES Paton (nee WALKER 1855-1932)
- born in Airdrie, Scotland to David WALKER & Janet REID
- Agnes married Thomas Paton (1847-1921) in 1873 in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, had 4 daughters before emigrating into Port Chalmers in 1879 and they had another 9 children in New Zealand
- Agnes died 22 May 1932 aged 76
- her last address was Albert street, Dannevirke
- she is buried Plot 23, Block T at Mangatera, Dannevirke (with husband Thomas)


AGNES ELLEN Paton (1878-1968)
- died 30 May 1968 aged 90 in Dannevirke Hospital
- Agnes was a spinster
- her last address was Rahiri Home, Dannevirke
- she was cremated at Kelvin Grove


ALEXANDER Paton (1832-1913)
- died 22 February 1913 aged 80
- he is buried Plot 013, Block 020 at Ashhurst


'BESSIE' (Elizabeth Myrtle) Paton (1896-1903)
- last of at least 13 children of Thomas & Agnes PATON
- Bessie died 27 February 1903 aged 6
28 February 1903 The many friends of Mr Paton, stationmaster, will regret to hear of the death of his youngest daughter, Bessie, which occurred yesterday afternoon. The deceased, who was aged six years, was attacked with scarlatina, and despite medical skill and attention, she passed away after a brief illness. Mr and Mrs Paton have the sincere friends in the sad bereavement they had sustained. The funeral will leave her parents residence, Queen street, Dannevirke, to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon at 3p.m. for the local cemetery
- she is buried Plot 73, Block E at Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke
2 March 1903 The mortal remains of the late Bessie, youngest daughter of Mr Paton, stationmaster, were interred in the local cemetery yesterday afternoon, a large number of sympathising friends joining in the mournful procession. A number of wreaths were placed on the coffin, including one from the staff of the local post and telegraph office. The Rev A. Grant conducted an impressive burial service


BETTYE GRAHAM Paton (1924-1926)
- died 14 August 1926 aged 2 in Palmerston North
- she is buried Plot 018, Block 002 at Terrace End


CAMERON GARRY Paton (1973-1973)
- died 25 August 1973 aged an infant in Ashhurst
- he is buried Plot 027, Block 005, Area O at Kelvin Grove


ELIZABETH DAPLYN Paton (1931-1991)
- died 30 May 1991 aged 59
- her last address was R D 10, Colyton road
- she is buried Plot 004, Block 23A at Ashhurst (with Mervyn Ian)


HILDA SARAH Paton (nee ALLEN 1900-1980)
- Hilda married John Naysmith Paton (1899-1967) in 1927
- died 21 June 1980 aged 80 in Palmerston North Hospital
- Hilda was a widow
- her last address was Bodell Place
- she was cremated at Kelvin Grove
NOTE her husband, John Naysmith Paton is buried in Makara, Wellington


ISABELLA Paton (nee McGREGOR 1862-1943)
- Isabella married John Henry Paton 30 Dec 1881 in Marton
- their known children:
1884 - 1970 Mahalia McGregor Paton
1887 - Isabella Paton
1890 - Janet Elizabeth Paton
1892 - 1893 John Robert Alexander 'Jack' Paton
1894 - 1970 Theodore Paton
1899 - Phyllis Paton
- Isabella died 29 July 1943 aged 81
- she is buried Plot 028, Block 008 age Ashhurst (with John Henry)


'Jack' JOHN ROBERT ALEXANDER Paton (1892-1893)
- born Sep 1892 to John Henry PATON & Isabella McGREGOR
- he died 17 August 1893 aged 11 months
- buried Plot 031, Block 016 at Terrace End with his grandmother Sarah Elizabeth Paton (1835-1888)


JAMES Paton (1927-2001)
- died 9 Jan 2001 at Cook street Nursing Home Palmerston North
- he was cremated at Kelvin Grove


JAMES CAIN Paton (1952-2012)
- James died 3 June 2012 aged 60
- he was cremated at Kelvin Grove


JAMES KNIGHT Paton (1891-1959)
- one of at least 9 children of Thomas & Agnes PATON
- James died 6 April 1959 aged 68
- he was a Chemist & lived Church street, Palmerston North
- he is buried Plot 018, Block 002 at Terrace End


JOHN HENRY Paton (1858-1934)
- son of Alexander & Sarah Elizabeth Paton
Shooing and General Blacksmith. Coach-builder, etc., Victoria Shoeing Forge, Feilding Road, Ashhurst.
- John Henry Paton was born in Adelaide, South Australia, and left there with his father's family in 1867 for England. Some four or five years later he sailed for New Zealand per barque Sissie, arriving in Nelson in 1872. He was educated at Picton, and learned his business with Mr. S. Ingram, of Marton, completing his apprenticeship in 1879. After continuing in the employ of Mr. Ingram for some two years, Mr. Paton removed to Ashhurst, and for another period of two years was in the employ of the late firm of Messrs. Warne and Beard. He then, in 1884, began on his own account (click his link for more)
- he married Isabella McGregor in 1881 (see the children at her name)
- John died 5 March 1934 aged 75
- he is buried Plot 027, Block 008 at Ashhurst with Isabella


MARY McALPINE Paton (1926-1980)
- Mary died 28 May 1980 aged 51
- her last address was Tweed street, Palmerston North
- she is buried Plot 068, Block 006, Area P at Kelvin Grove


MELVINIA VIOLET Paton (1927-1990)
- Melvinia died 20 Dec 1990 aged 63 in Palmerston North
- her ashes are buried Plot 072, Block 001, Area R at Kelvin Grove


MERVYN IAN Paton (1919-2004)
- son of Theodore PATON & Mona May BISHOP
- Mervyn married Mona May BISHOP in 1918
- they were Farmers
- he died 23 June 2004 aged 85 in Palmerston North Hospital
- his ashes buried Plot 004, Block 23A at Ashhurst (with Elizabeth Daplyn)


MONA MAY Paton (nee BISHOP 1896-1968)
- 1st of at least 5 daughters of Henry BISHOP & Linda Agnes DENNETT
- Mona married Theodore 'Tim' Paton in 1918
- they had 2 known children, Mervyn Ian & June Paton
- Mona died 12 June 1968 aged 72
- she is buried plot 014, Block 010 at Ashhurst


OLIVER HOLT Paton (1899- 1973)
- 2nd of 4 sons of James PATON & Caroline PERRIN
- Oliver died 16 May 1973 aged 74
- his last address was Highbury Ave, Palmerston North
- he is buried Plot 072, Block 001, Area R at Kelvin Grove


ROBERT SAMUEL Paton (1906-1971)
- son of Henry Davidson PATON & Jane Kitchener Mary SHRIMPTON
- Robert was a farmer
- he died 9 August 1971 aged 65
- his last address was Grey street, Feilding
- he was cremated at Kelvin Grove


SARAH ELIZABETH Paton (1835-1888)
- mother of John Henry Paton
- Sarah died 2 January 1888 aged 52 at Ashhurst
- she is buried with her 11 month old grandson at Terrace End (see photo)


THEODORE 'Tim' Paton (1894-1970)
- a son of John Henry PATON & Isabella McGREGOR
- Tim married Mona May Bishop in 1918 (see Mona above)
- Tim died 22 September 1970 aged 76
- he is buried Plot 014, Block 010 at Ashhurst (with Mona)


THOMAS Paton (1847-1921)
- born in Dairy, Scotland to George PATON & Ann GLASS
- Thomas married Agnes WALKER in 1873 in Airdrie. He was with the British Railway Service in Scotland from age 15. Stationmaster at Killeara, then Longriggend, then worked with the Railways in Dunedin as soon as they arrived in 1879 on the Oamaru (not found on passenger list), he was in charge of the first train from Waipahi to Kelso, stationmaster at Ngapara for 3 years then returned to stationmaster in Kelso, Otago. After 12 years there he became stationmaster at Lawrence, then in 1901 he transferred to Dannevirke as stationmaster where he retired in 1911
- Thomas died 20 March 1921 aged 73
- his last address was Albert street, Dannevirke
- he is buried Plot 24, Block T at Mangatera, Dannevirke (with Agnes)


THOMAS KEITH JAMES Paton (1979-1979)
- Thomas was an infant who died in the Palmerston North Maternity Unit
- he is buried Plot 044, Block 006, Area O at Kelvin Grove


VERA IRENE Paton (nee GRAHAM 1893-1935)
- Vera married James Knight Paton in 1918
- she died 7 November 1935 aged 42
- her last address was 171 Church street Palmerston North
- she is buried Plot 018, Block 002 at Terrace End


WAYNE MAURICE Paton
- Wayne was an infant
- he died 8 February 1972 in Ashhurst
- he is buried Plot 027, Block 005, Area O at kelvin Grove



PHOTO
Grave of little Jack Paton & his grandmother Sarah Elizabeth Paton

mother and son of John Henry Paton

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on 2013-01-03 06:22:19

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by talofa on 2013-01-04 02:59:44

ngairedith, Thank you very much for all the information re the Patons. I have more to do yet but you have been a great help in placing my fingers in the right avenue.
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