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the 'residents' of MOUNT STREET CEMETERY, Wellington from 1841 ... K names

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the Roman Catholic MOUNT STREET CEMETERY is a protected heritage site in Wellington, New Zealand (click link for more). It was the first cemetery in Wellington for Catholic burials and contains the graves of the first nuns and priests in Wellington. It remained open until 1891 although burials continued in existing family plots until 1954. The earliest surviving grave marker dates from 1851, and the latest from 1954. Although only around 200 headstones survive, it is estimated that there could have been as many as 1150 burials. Many of the early markers were simple wooden crosses, which have long since vanished

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the 'Residents' of MOUNT STREET Cemetery, Wellington (as at May 2012)
- anything in italics is my addition
- dates may be of death OR burial

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KAIRIMU, Kuta/Augustus - 23 Dec 1854 aged 63

KAIRNS ?, Timothy - 5 July 1892 aged 50
- Timothy's name was KERINS, as below

KANE, Augustine Russell - aged 59
- born in NZ 1856

KANE, Catherine Honora - 15 April 1907 aged 84
16 April 1907 On the 15th April, 1907, at her residence, Bolton-street, Catherine Honora Kane, relict of the late Henry Russell Kane, in her 85th year. R.I.P. (No flowers). Funeral at 9 o'clock a.m., Thursday, 18th April, for Mount-street Cemetery
16 April 1907 Mrs C. H. Kane, a very old resident of Wellington, relict of the late Mr H. R. Kane, died at her residence in Bolton-street last night, at the advanced age of 84 years

KANE, Edward William CMG, J.P. - 16 July 1934 aged 75
- (12 weeks after his wife Rosetta, below)
18 July 1934 The death occurred at about seven o'clock this morning, after a brief illness, of Mr Edward William Kane, C.M.G., Clerk of Parliaments and Clerk of the Legislative Council. The late Mr Kane was born in Wellington on August 2, 1858, the youngest son of Henry Russell and Catherine Howard Kane, who were prominent early settlers in New Zealand, having arrived in Wellington in 1850. Of a family of six children, Mr Kane was the sole survivor. He was educated first at the Catholic School, Thorndon, conducted by the Marist Fathers, and later at a higher school directed by Mr J. H. Brann. After leaving school Mr Kane was articled to Mr F. M. Ollivier, barrister and solicitor and studied and worked at the law as managing clerk for Mr Ollivier forteen years. After a breakdown in health he joined the Parliamentary staff as a committee clerk in 1886. This he intended to be only a temporary occupation until he should return to the law, but he remained attached to the Legislative Department and served successively as committee clerk, reader, and clerk of Bills, second clerk-asistant and clerk-assistant, and for nine years he held the position of Clerk of the House of Representatives. Upon the death in 1929 of Mr A. F. Lowe, Mr Kane was appointed Clerk of Parliaments and Clerk of the Legislative Council. This office also carries with it the position of examiner of Standing Orders on Private Bills. Mr Kane had served continuously in the Legislative Department for forty-eight years. He was fond of racing and in 1929 was made a life member of the Wellington Racing CLub, of which he was one of the oldest members, having been elected in the early eighties. In 1921 Mr Kane married Mrs Baume, widow of Mr F. E. Baume, K.C., of Auckland; she died a few weeks ago. The interment will take place at Mount Street Cemetery on Friday morning, following Requiem Mass at the Basilica
- the mourners attending Edward's funeral
- the Prime Minister, George William Forbes moved a motion expressing appreciation of the services rendered to New Zealand by Mr Kane. The late Mr Kane had been a very zealous officer, said Mr Forbes, and had alway maintained the tradition of Parliament
- [Mr C. M. BOTHAMLEY is announced as the new Leader of the Legislative Council

KANE, Francis Charles - 1 Sep 1875 aged 21
1 Sep 1875 On the 1st inst., at his mother's residence, Bolton-street, Francis Charles, third son of the late Mr Henry Russell Kane, aged 21 years

KANE, Henry Russell - 24 June 1870 aged 55
- husband of Catherine Honora above
24 June 1870 On June 24, at his reidence, Bolton-street, Mr Henry Russell Kane, aged 55 years
25 June 1870[ H. R. Kane, an old setter, lately a draper here, was found dead in his bed this morning; it is supposed that heart-disease was the cause of death, as he was apparently in good health
28 June 1870 H. R. Kane, formerly a draper here, was found dead in his bedroom on Friday (24th) morning. He had fallen, in a fit, on to the bedstead, which compressed his neck so as to cause strangulation. He was apparetnly in good health the night previous
28 June 1870 Very little that the public were not already cognisant of was elicited by the inquest held on the remains of Mr Kane, who died so suddenly on Friday morning. The different members of deceased's family who were examined all agree in saying that deceased had not indulged in any excess the night before his death that might be likely to tend to apoplexy; that in fact he had been more temperate than usual. But it appears from the evidence of Mrs Kane, that deceased had awakened in the morning very early and moved about the room for his clothes. He was found dead resting with his head on the rail of the bed. The deceased had always been a healthy man, who had never shown a predisposition to fits, the supposition that death was the result of strangulation on the V of the beadstead, while in a fit, might have permitted some slight doubt; but as Mrs Kane says that deceased had about a fortnight before been complaining of a numbness in his right hand and arm, there is no doubt the coroner was right in saying that the numbness described must have been a precursor of paralysis, and that death was principally caused by a paralytic fit. The jury found as their verict that "Deceased had died from strangulation caused by pressure on the neck through falling on the V of the bedstead while in a fit"
- Henry was in Wellington before 1847, which is when he signed, as a Memorialist, the Despatch to the Lord Bishop of NZ
- in 1858, he was on the Electoral Roll as a Draper living in Lambton Quay

KANE, Mary - 17 Jan 1921 aged 56/57
17 Jan 1921 On the 17th January, 1921, at Wellington, Mary, only daughter of the late Henry Russell Kane and Catherine Honora Kane R.I.P. No flowers (by request). Funeral on Wednesday, 19th inst., following Requiem Mass at 9 o'clock at the basilica, Hill-street

KANE, Rosetta Lulah (nee LEAVY, formerly BAUME) PH.B., J.P. Teacher, feminist, community leader - 22 Feb 1934 aged 60
- (12 weeks before her husband Edward, above)
- Rosetta was born in California, a daughter of Charles M. Leavy, Civil Service Commissioner of California
- Rosetta was:
* first woman member of the Auckland Education Board
* on the Board of Governors of Auckland Grammar chool
* served the Elam School of Art
* the National Planning League
* first President of the Auckland Civic League
* the Auckland Association for the Advancement of Education
* revived the National Council of Women
* Board of Wellington College Governors & the Society for the Protection of Women and Children
* first woman candidate for Parliament in 1919
* Justice of the Peace
- Rosetta married Frederick Ehrenfried Baume (1862-1910), (a New Zealand lawyer and politician of the Liberal Party) in San Francisco in 1899. Frederick was among the first group of New Zealanders to be appointed King's counsel and also served as vice consul for Denmark from 1900.
- Rosetta and Frederick had 4 sons
... 1 1900 - 1967 Frederick Ehrenfried (Eric) Braume, journalist, author and broadcaster and editor of the "Sunday Sun" in Sydney. In 1964, on ATN-7 he compered a new television panel show, 'Beauty and the Beast', in which he and four women answered viewers' letters
... 2 Neville Braume, died in infancy
... 3 Alan C Braume, subeditor of the "Examiner" in Launceston, Tasmania
... 4 Sidney E Braume, in the radio business in Sydney
- Frederick Braume died in 1910 and Rosetta then married, in 1921, Edward William Kane, C.M.G., J.P., Clerk of Parliament. Her new home near Parliament in Wellington became a 'salon' where politicians and other leading members of society would gather
... the Tribute to Rosetta Kane
22 Feb 1934 On February 22, 1934, Rosetta L. Kane, beloved wife of E. W. Kane, 51 Bolton Street. Requiescat in Pace.
22 Feb 1934 At Lewisham Hospital, on Thursday, February 22, 1934, Rosetta Lulah, dearly beloved mother of F. E. Baume, A. C. Baume, and S. E. Baume, all of Australia

KEALY, Dennis - 25 Sep 1855

KEARNEY, John - 5 Sep 1879 aged 8 months

KEARNEY, Patrick - 3 Nov 1890 aged 49 (PDF has 60)
Patrick was born Ireland in 1841. He married Hannah Kelly in London about 1862. They boarded the 'Berar' in London on 17 Oct 1874, arriving in Wellington 22 Jan 1875. With them were 2 children, James aged 12 and Richard aged 4
1 Nov 1890 On 1st November 1890, at his residence Tinakori-road, Mr Patrick Kearney, aged 49; deeply regretted by a large circle of friends. R.I.P. The Friends of the late Mr Patrick Kearney are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, which will leave his residence, Tinakori road, on Monday, the 3rd instant, at 3pm. - P HOSKINS, Undertaker
1 Nov 1890 Mr Patrick Kearney, an old servant of the Corporation, died suddenly early this morning at his residence Tinakori road. Yesterday he was at work in the yards as usual, but last evening he complained to his wife of feeling unwell, having pains about his body, and he accordingly went to bed. Later on in the evening Mrs Kearney despatched her son with a message to Dr Cahill. The doctor attended at 5 o'clock this morning and found that Mr Kearney was then dead. The presumed cause of death is heart disease. The Coroner is holding an inquest at the Karori Hotel as we go to Press.
3 Nov 1890 An enquiry into the cause of the death of Patrick Kearney, an old employee of the Corporation, was commenced at the Karori Hotel on Saturday afternoon by the District Coroner and a jury of six, of which Mr. William Southee acted as foreman. Richard Kearney, son of the deceased, was examined, and the enquiry was then adjourned until 9 o'clock this morning to enable Dr Cahill to make a post mortem examination of the body. The doctor attributed death to fatty degeneration of the heart, and the jury accordingly returned a verdict that Death was due to Natural Causes
IMPORTANT NOTE His wife Hannah remarried 7 years later to Michael O'Shea. She died 11 November 1909 and was buried in the Roman Catholic Plot 40 at Karori. 4 weeks later, on 7 Dec 1909, Patrick was buried with her (& a number of other family members). This, of course, means a disinternment from Mount Street Cemetery.
- The people in Roman Catholic Plot 40 at Karori cemetery are:
* Patrick Kearney (1840-1890, as above)
* Hannah O'Shea (his wife 1850-1909)
* John Joseph Kearney (a son 1880-1925)
* Michael Patrick Kearney(a son 1886-1946)
* Hannah Kearney(a daughter 1889-1974)
* Arthur Edward Kelly (a grandson, from daughter Christina Julia, 1908-1911)
* Dorothy May Kearney (a granddaughter 1916-1918)
* Kenneth Edward Kearney (a grandson 1918-1919)

KEARNS, Sergeant T. - 1852
- of the 65th Regiment
17 April 1900 LETTER TO THE EDITOR of the Evening Post
... Sir, The recent discovery of the tombstone of Sergeant Kerns (or Kearns), late of H.M. 65th Regiment, is of more than passing interest, not only to those now remaining who were connected with the Regiment, but also to the Provincial District of Wellington, with whose early history the "Royal Tigers" were so closely identified. I have not the slightest doubt that my late father, who was at the time in charge of the military hospital, would have been one of the non-commissioned officers by whom the stone was erected, and therefore, beside the historical interest inseparable from the discovery, it comes to me as a pathetic reminder of my very early days, and of old Mount Cook, the place of my birth. I do not, of course, remember Sergeant Kearns, as I would only have been about two years old at the time of his death, but I have in my youth frequently heard of him, and his name is most familiar to me. My object now in writing is with the view of having the stone renovated and properly taken care of, and I would suggest that a suitable niche might be found in the Roman Catholic Church in Buckle-street, as being the church of the communion to which the late Sergeant belonged nearest to the old Mount Cook Barracks, where the headquarters of the 65th were so long stationed. May I, through you, express my readiness to assist in every possible way the carrying out of my suggestion, or of any other suggestion from the reservation of what I cannot but feel is to Wellington an interesting historical relic. - I am, etc., A. T. MACINNITY, Nelson 17th April 1900
20 Aug 1930 LETTER TO THE EDITOR of the Evening Post
... THE 65th REGIMENT. Sir, In your answer to correspondents in "The Post" of Saturday last, referring to the 65th Regiment, you do not mention the arrival in Auckland in November, 1846 of the ship Java, with part of the regiment. My wife was born on that ship, when sailing into port on the 15th November. Part of that force must have reached Wellington shortly after, for a detachment was stationed out Paremata (Porirua) way in 1848, when Mr Bezar was two years old, and the Maori decided to steal her. This reached the officer's ears, and he sent mother and child into Wellington for safety. Her father, Sergeant Kearns, died rather suddenly in 1852, after a march out ... more
NOTE - 22 May 1907 Mrs. A. Bezar, wife of Mr Edwin Bezar, of Berhampore, died yesterday. The deceased lady, (says the Post), was a daughter of Sergeant T. Kearns, of the 65th Regiment, and was born on board the troopship Java as the vessel was sailing up Auckland Harbour 60 years ago. When she was two years old a portion of her father's regiment was ordered to the Wellington district, and for some time it was stationed at Porirua. Sergeant Kearns brought his family with him. In consequence of a report that the Natives intended to make an attempt to kidnap the child, the officer in charge at Porirua sent the mother and her little girl into Wellington for safety. In 1866 Miss Kearns was married at Wanganui to Colour Sergeant Bezar, of the 57th Regiment, then stationed in that part of the colony, and with the exception of a year spent in Dunedin, she has resided in Wellington provincial district during the whole of her married life. Mrs Bezar has left a family of five sons and five daughters (from a family of 13), eight of whom were present when she died. There are 16 grandchildren

KEATING, Hannah - 20 Dec 1882 aged 19

KEATING, Thomas - 23 Oct 1855 aged ?

KEEFE, Daniel - 10 July 1876 aged 57
- born in Dublin 1819. Soldier in the 58th Regiment and in the Spanish Legion. Chief messenger at the Government Buildings. Crier & Usher to the Wellington Supreme Court
11 July 1876 The sudden death of Mr Daniel Keefe the crier of the Supreme Court has created a profound sensation. About five minutes before the Court opened he was preparing the Judge's seat and books for His Honor the Chief Justice. At 10 o'clock, to the surprise of those present, instead of his genial face and spectacles being seen in the crier's box, and his pleasant voice and rich brogue being heard prolaiming the opening of the "Shuprane Coart", the bailiff of the R.M. Court appeared in his stead and performed the ceremony with which Mr Keefe so long had been associated. A minute later all present were shocked to learn that Mr Keefe had died suddenly just after quitting the Court. It appears that, when he left the Court, he went into his own office, complaining of illness and suddenly fell down dead. The deceased had held his appointment for about four years. He was an old soldier and had seen a great deal of service, alway being distinguished for his bravery and good conduct. He served in Spain for a long time under General Sir (George) De Lacy Evans, about the years 1840, in the Spanish Legion - first in Infantry, and then in the Artillery. He was at several memorable engagements and sieges, including the storming of San Sebatian (Mr Keefe was for many years in the Stamp Department when the seat of Government was at Auckland)
15 July 1876 A subscription list, in aid of the family of the late Mr Daniel Keefe lies at this office, and we shall be happy to receive contributions. A memorandum has been found among the papers of the deceased, containing some particulars of his services in Spain. Mr Keefe was a native of Dublin and enlisted in the British Auxiliary Spanish Legion in August 1835, landing in Spain the same month under command of Major Harley.
He was personally engaged in the following actions:-
* Aralabar (in Alva), 16th, 17th and 18th anuary 1836
* relief of San Sebastian and storming lines, 5th May, when he received a medal and was promoted to the rank of full portal
* passage of the Urumea and taking of passages, 28th May
* battle of Fontarabia, 11 July, when he was promoted to the rank of sergeant
* general actions of 1st October before Ametza, and of the 10th, 13th, 15th and 16th march 1837, before Herani, when he was wounded
* storming and capture of Irun, 17th May, when he received another medal. During this compaign he served under Lieut-Cols. Fitzgerald Cotter (who was killed in the action of 16th March) and Canning.
Sergeant Keefe also served:
* during the campaign of 1838, 1839 an 1840 in the provinces of Gupuscoa, Navarre, Arragon, Valencia and Catalonica against the Carlists
* and was present at the battles of Balascoin 1st May 1839
* Arroniz 11th May
* Allo 15th July
* at the siege and taking of Segura, February 1840, of Castalote in March and of Pennaroya in April.
* He was in the Mora-de-Ebro expedition the same month, and at the siege and taking of Morella in May
* also at the taking of Berga in July
* He received two crosses of the order of Isabella II for his bravery in the above mentioned actions
* He next joined H.M. 58th Regiment in 1841 and landed in Sydney in 1845 and on the regiment being ordered to New Zealand, was present at the action at Wanganui on 26th July 1846. He was promoted to the rank of Corporal in 1851 and Sergeant in 1854 and received free discharge, with one years pay, in 1855, to become a settler in Auckalnd. The INQUEST

KEEFE, Thomas - 23 Oct 1855 aged

KEEGAN, Daniel - 10 July 1876 aged 57
- believe this is a repeat of Daniel Keefe above

KEEGAN, Esther - 10 June 1868 aged 34
- this is actually KEEFE, Esther - 10 June 1868 aged 34
10 June 1868 On June 10, Esther, the beloved wife of Mr D. Keefe, aged 34 years

KELLAHER?, Bridget/Bridgid - 10 April 1889 aged 46

KELLEHER, Martin - 20 March 1885 aged 45

KELLIHER?, Ellen Mary - 26 Aug 1880 aged 2

KELLEHER, Johannah - 3 June 1926 aged ?

KELLIHER?, Mossey - 23 June 1884 aged 5/6

KELLY, unnamed - 1887/88 aged 70

KELLY, unnamed - ? Jan 1891 aged 6 weeks
- a Eleanor Elizabeth Kelly died 22 Janary 1891 aged 5 weeks

KELLY, Fanny - ???

KELLY, James - 14 Sep 1880 aged 10 months

KELLY, Joseph David McBean - 30 March 1885 aged 8 weeks
- Joseph was born 1 Feb 1885, a base born son of Catherine 'Kate' Kelly
- a Kate Kelly married Michael Boyle on 11 Nov 1885
- they had 2 sons:
1887 - 1942? James Boyle
1888 - 1962 Michael Charles Boyle

KELLY, Richard - ???

KENNEDY, Catherine Ann - ???
- a Catherine Anne Kennedy died 12 Sep 1884 aged 2 (see next)

KENNEDY, Charlotte Anne - 1884 aged 2 ??
- a Catherine Anne Kennedy died 12 Sep 1884 aged 2 (see above)

KENNEDY, John - ? Feb 1884 aged 27

KENNEDY, Mary - 19 Nov 1855 aged ?

KENNEDY, Mary - 19 April 1855 aged ?

KENNEDY, Mary Ann - 8 Nov 1871 aged 63

KENNEDY, Michael - 10 April 1888 aged 78

KENNEDY, Sister Mary Columba - 13 July 1888 age 30
13 July 1888 On 13th July 1888, at St Mary's Convent, Wellingon, Sister Mary Columba Kennedy, aged 34 years. R.I.P.
14 July 1888 The mortal remains of Sister Mary Columba Kennedy were this morning committeed to their last resting place in the Catholic Cemetey. At 9 o'clock a requiem mass was sung in the cathedral, the celebrant being the Very Rev Father McNamara, administrator of the diocese. The body was borne to the grave by gentlemen carriers, and was followed by a large concourse of people, including in addition a number of adult mouners, ten students from St Patrick's College, children connected with the Convent Schools, in which the deceased lady had for so long a time officiated as teacher, and the children of the Society of Mary. The Rev Father Power read the burial service, and was supported by the Rev Fathers Kerrigan Devoy, Lane and Moore. Sister Kennedy, who was 34 years of age, and who had for many years past been an inmate of the Wellington Convent, had been ailing for some time past; the complaint from which she had been suffering being consumption

KENNEDY, Susan - 5 May 1861 aged 35

KENNEDY, Thomas - 19 Nov 1850 aged 33

KENNY, Ellen - 8 July 1882 aged 21
6 July 1882 Quite a sensation was caused in town this morning when it was known that the body of a young woman respectably dressed had been found in the harbor this afternoon. Deceased was identified as Ellen Kenny, dressmaker. She had been out of employment for some time, but was being kept comfortably enough by her sister, Miss Kenny. She went for a walk at 7.30 this morning, and as she was subject to fits it is thought she may have been attacked with one and fell off the breast work. An inquest is to be held
8 July 1882 At the inquest on the body of Ellen Kenny, found in the harbor on Wednesday, a verdict was returned of 'found drowned'

KENNY, John - 10 Sep 1857 aged 47

KENT, Emily Mary (nee LEMON) - 20 March 1878 aged 30
20 March 1878 On the 20th March, Emily Mary, beloved wife of Samuel Kent, aged 30 years
- {during, or due to complications of, childbirth - see Josephine next}
20 March 1878 The Friends of Mr Samuel Kent are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of his late wife, EMILY MARY, which will leave his residence, Victoria Place, off Ghuznee-street, TO-MORROW (Thursday), 21 March, at 2 p.m. - THOMAS MADELEY, Undertaker
- Emily married Samuel Kent (1840-1913) in 1868. Three years after her death Samuel married Catherine 'Kate' BARRY (1851-1922)

KENT, Josephine - 22 March 1878 aged 29 hours
20 March 1878 On the 20th March, Josephine, infant daughter of Samuel Kent
NOTES on Samuel Kent
8 Sep 1913 The death is announced, at the age of 73, of Mr Samuel Kent, an old Wellington identity, who had been associated with the Customs Department for 31 years, and who retired five years ago.
* The Friends of the late Samuel Kent are invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave St Mary of the Angels Church, Boulcott-street, To-morrow (Wednesday),10th September, at 9.30 a.m., for Karori Cemetery. Requiem Mass at 9 a.m. - H. A. PARSONAGE, Funeral Furnisher, 44 Revans-st Tel. 3635
* LOYAL BRITANNIA LODGE, N.Z. BRANCH, M.U., I.O.O.F. - Officers and Members of the above Lodge and Order are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of late Brother Samuel Kent, which will leave St Mary of the Angels Church, Boulcott-street, To-morrow (Wednesday), 10th September, at 9.30 a.m., for Karori Cemetery. Requiem Mass 9 a.m. - THOS. G. OSBORN, Secretary
* 8 Sep 1913 DEATH OF Mr S. KENT
... the deceased was born in Ireland in 1840. When he was 20 years old he came to New Zealand and spent ten months in Wellington before going to Nelson to assist in building the Dun Mountain copper mine tramway. He remained in Nelson for three years, and then tried his luck on the Otago goldfields. Seven years after his arrival in New Zealand he was back in Wellington ... more

KERINS, Timothy Charles - 3 July 1892 aged 42
4 July 1892 The funeral of the late Mr Timothy Kerins will leave the Railway Hotel, To-morrow (Tuesday), 5th July, at 3 p.m., for the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. - W. EADES & CO., Undertakers, Cuba-street
- Timothy married Harriet Esther WIMSETT (1852-1891) in 1875
- Harriet was born in Nelson, the 8th of 9 children of Thomas Martin WIMSETT & Mary FIELD from Kent, who settled in Nelson. The children of Timothy & Harriett were:
1876 - 1961 Charles Henry Kerins
- Charles married Ada Lucilla FINK in 1899
1877 - Katharine 'Katie' Alice Kerins
1878 - Mary 'Francis Kerins
1881 - Ellen Kerins
1883 - 1960 Thomas Edmond Kerins
- Thomas marred Anna/Annie MURPHY in 1907
1886 - Maud Annie Kerins
- Maud married Frederick Charles RHODE in 1904
1889 - Henry Kerins
- Harriet Esther died 5 Oct 1891 aged 34 (Timothy died 9 months later)
5 Oct 1891 On the 5th October 1891, at Pukerau, Manawatu Railway Line, after a long and painful illness, Harriet, the beloved wife of T. Kerrins, aged 34 years. R.I.P. Nelson papers please copy
OF INTEREST one of Harriet's brothers, Henry Wimsett (1840-1894) married Mary Jane DANE in 1860 & they had 11 children. Their 6th child, (Harriet's neice) Ada Emily Wimsett, died in Nelson, on the same day as Harriet !! 5 Oct 1891 ... On the 5th October 1891, at her parents residence, Waimea-street, Nelson, after a long and painful illness, Ada, fifth daughter of Henry and Mary Wimsett, aged 22 years; deeply regretted

KERRETT?, Thomas - 20 Jan 1886 aged few hours

KEYS, Thomas - 20 June 1861 aged 20

KIMBELL, Horace 'Terence' Harold Grey - 9 Oct 1885 aged 12.3
9 Oct 1885 On the 9th October, Horace Harold Gray Kimbell, aged 12 years and 3 months

KIMBELL, James - ???
- in 1894 a James Kimbell was at St Francis Xavier's School

KINGI, Karoraina/Caroline - 5 Nov 1866 aged ?

KINGI, Wiremu - 26 July 1865 aged 89

KIRK, William - 18 April 1880 aged 45

KNIGHT, John Peter - 10 Oct 1877 aged 14 days
- born 24 Oct 1877, John was a twin with Mary Knight, children of John & Margaret KNIGHT

KRAMER, Elizabeth - 5 Feb 1903 aged 76
- born about 1826


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Rosetta Lulah Kane
(1871-1934) who died this morning was well known as an educationist and social worker
taken from Biography

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