the 'residents' of MOUNT STREET CEMETERY, Wellington from 1841 ... S names
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
... read here for more
the 'Residents' of MOUNT STREET Cemetery, Wellington (as at May 2012)
- anything in italics is my addition
- dates may be of death OR burial
SALLOWS, Mary - 2 March 1860 aged
SAUNDERS, Margaret Mary - 28 April 1896 aged 20
28 April 1896 On the 28th April 1896, at Sumner, Canterbury, Margaret Mary 'baby', third daughter of Joseph and Margaret Saunders, aged 20 years and 2 months; deeply regretted
SAUNDERS, unnamed - ??? aged 8
SAUNDERS, unnamed - ???
SAUNDERS, Phillip - 1 Feb 1875 aged 4 months
SAUNDERS, Phillip - 15 Jan 1875 aged 5 months
SAUNDERS, Phyllis Constance - 7 March 1894 aged 10
7 March 1894 On the 7th March, at the Tinakori-road, of meningitis, Phyllis Constance, youngest beloved daughter of Joseph and Margaret Saunders; aged 10 years
8 March 1894 The friends of Mr Joseph Saunders are invited to attend the funeral of his late daughter Phyllis, which will leave his residence, Tinakori-road, on Friday, 9th March, at 10 o'clock a.m. for the Cemetery Wellington-terrace
SAUNDERS, Rose - 4 Dec 1855 aged 45
SAUZEAU, Rev Father Augustin - 24 Dec 1892 aged 84
24 Dec 1892 The friends of the late Very Rev Father Sauzeau, S.M., are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, which will leave St Mary's Church, Boulcott-street, on Tuesday morning, at 10 o'clock. Solemn Requiem Mass will commence at St Mary's the same morning, at 9 o'clock
31 Dec 1892
SAYERS, Julia (nee O'SULLIVAN) - 11 May 1886 aged 70
SCULLY, Matthew - ??? aged 4 months
SECOMB?, Charles - 21 May 1890 aged 22
SECOMB?, Ellen - 3 May 1912 aged 70
SEGRAVE, Margaret Ann - 12 Dec 1874 aged 9 months
SHANLEY, James - 10 May 1866 aged 33
SHANNON, Mary - 29 April 1880 aged 4 days
SHANNON, Sarah - 12 Sep 1854 aged 16
SHARPER?, Henry - 11 April 1879 aged
SHARP, Captain Charles - 5 July 1880 aged 74
5 July 1880 Captain Sharp, aged 74, an old soldier died of bronchitis this morning. He was a retired army officer
9 July 1880 Captain Kingsford Sharp, whose lamented death from bronchitis took place yesterday, at the ripe old age of 74 and who, as a J.P. and Nautical Assessor, has frequently, during the past twelve months rendered good service to the Government and his fellow-citizens, was an old East Indian Company's servant. On resigning his command of one of "John Company's" fleet, he sailed to New Zealand in 1841, by the good ship Mandarin. First as a merchant, then as a Harbormaster (in which position Captain Holliday was his successor), and then as President of the Marine Board, the deceased gentleman did good service in his time. Subsequently he took the office of Collector of Customs and Postmaster at Wanganui and after a long career in the New Zealand Service, retired, and settled down again in Wellington upon pensions both from the Colonial Government and the Comapny's service. Captain Sharp's residence on the Terrace was always one of the characteristic landmarks of this city, and it is interesting to know that the house stands on the very spot where, 39 years ago, he first pitched his tent on his arrival here. The good old gentleman's sterling sense and good-heartedness will be much missed in Wellington. It is stated that his family propose to remove his remains to England, so as to inter them in the family vault at Dover
SHARP, Jane Maria - 10 July 1896 aged 87
10 July 1896 Mrs Jane M, Sharp, relict of Captain Sharp, died to-day aged 87, at her residence, Wellington-terrace. She arrived here in 1841
SHAW, Elizabeth - 23 Oct 1868 aged 10
24 Oct 1868 On the 2rd inst., Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr John Shaw, Wellington Terrace, aged 10 years
SHAW, George - 15 Oct 1868 aged 10
SHEEHAN, Edward - 6 Jan 1851 aged 31
SHEEHAN, Hannah - 26 Jan 1909 aged 52
26 Jan 1909 On the 26th January, at her residence, 34 Adelaide-road, Hanna, the beloved wife of the late William Sheehan, aged 52 years. R.I.P.
SHEEHAN, Maria - 9 July 1871 aged 54
SHEEHY, Mr T - ???
SHEEHY, Patrick - 9 April 1879 aged 35
10 April 1879 The Friends of the late Patrick Sheehy, late Sergeant of the Armed Constablulary, are respectfully invited to follow his remains from the Wellington Hospital to the place of internment, in the Catholic Cemetery, to-morrow (Friday). The funeral cortege will move at 2.30 p.m.
SHIEL, John - 2 June 1878 aged 76
2 June 1878 On the 2nd June, The Terrace, John Shiel, late engineer R.N., aged 76 years
4 June 1878 The Friends of the late Mr John Shiel are respectfully invited to attend his funeral which will leave his late residence, the Terrace, to-morrow (Wednesday), at 3 o'clock
SHEIL, Stephen Wolfe - 8 April 1883 aged 25
SHEPPETT, unknown - 16 Feb 1921 aged ?
SIEVERS, Alfred - 7 Oct 1911 aged 17
7 Oct 1911 The Friends of William Louis and Ellen Sievers are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved son, Alfred, which will leave 136 Wellington-terrace, to-morrow, 8th instant, at 1.15 p.m., for the Basilica, Hill-street, thence to Mount-street Cemetery
SIEVERS, Augustus 'August' - 28 July 1892 aged 76
- born in Eisen, Silesia, Prussia. He married Charlotte WALKER & they emigrated to NZ 11 Feb 1849) on the MARINER, arriving in Wellington 12 July 1829. With them was Augustus's brother William Sievers & his wife, (Charlotte's sister), Isabella (nee Walker) both couples married 2 weeks prior to leaving
28 July 1892 On 28th July, at his residence, Wellington-terrace, August Sievers, aged 76 years
29 July 1892 Mr August Sievers, one of Wellington's old identities, died yesterday afternoon at his residence, on The Terrace. Deceased was a native of Silesia, Germany and came to the colony with his brother, Mr Wm. Sievers, of Makara, who is now believed to be the only survivor of the band of passengers. He entered into farming pursuits in the vicinity of Wades-town and afterwards went to the Otago diggings, on return from which he carried on various kinds of business ventures. His speculations proved successful and he accumulated considerable means. Of late years he has been a martyr to rheumatic gout, which has been the principal cause of his death, for though he had reached the ripe age of 76 his natural vitality was very remarkable until weakened by this malady. Mr Sievers leaves a grown-up family of six - Mr Wm. Sievers of Kilbirnie, Mrs W. J. Raymond, Mrs G. Lambert, Mrs Claude Hearn, Mrs T. Shields and Mrs G. Hopkins
SIEVERS, Charlotte (nee WALKER) - 16 May 1908 aged 83
- Charlotte was a daughter of William WALKER & Martha CADD. She married August/Augustus Sievers in London on 28 Jan 1848 & had 6 children
20 May 1908 Another of Wellington's oldest early settlers, Mrs Charlotte Sievers, widow of the late Mr August Sievers, passed away on Saturday morning
20 May 1908 Mrs Charlotte Sievers, widow of the late Mr August Sievers, passed away at her residence, Wellington, on Saturday morning. The late Mrs Seivers arrived in Wellington with her husband in the year 1848 in the ship Mariner, and had attained the ripe old age of 82 years. She leaves five daughters, all married, forty-two grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Her reminiscences of the stirring times of the Native trouble, the great earthquakes and the struggles of the pioneer settlers were always most interesting
SIEVERS, Charlotte Alice - 26 Feb 1878 aged 17 months
25 Feb 1878 On the 25th February, Charlotte Alice, infant daughter of William and Ellen Sievers, aged 17 months
SIEVERS, Ethel Agnes - 17 Jan 1886 aged 10 months
- born 7 March 1887 in Wellington to William Louis SIEVERS & Ellen KELLY
SIEVERS, Mary Ellen - 13 March 1926 aged 73
13 March 1926 On the 13th March 1826, at her residence, 136 Wellington terrace, Mary Ellen Sievers, relict of the late W. L. Sievers; aged 73 years. R.I.P.
27 Feb 1878 The Friends of William Sievers are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of his late infant daughter, which will leave his residence, Little Pipitea-street, on Thursday, 28th February, at 4 p.m.
SIEVERS, Richard - 22 Oct 1875 aged 1 day
- son of William Louis SIEVERS & Ellen KELLY
SIEVERS, William Thomas - 23 Sep 1867 aged 9 weeks
SIEVERS, William Louis - 26 April 1904 aged 53
- born in Wellington to Augustus SIEVERS & Charlotte WALKER. He married Ellen KELLY 7 Dec 1872 in Wellington. William Louis & Mary Ellen had 16 children
SIMON, unknown - 13 Jan 1909 aged ?
SKELTON CARRUTHERS, Ann - 17 March 1870 aged 5
- PDF has the above. This was Ann Skellon Carruthers, now moved to C names
SKERRETT, Peter Joseph - 17 Jan 1888 aged ?
NOTE only Peter Joseph Skerrett found recorded, died 30 Dec 1910 age 75
3 Jan 1910 At Napier, on the 30th December, Peter Joseph Skerrett, late of Wellington and Hastings, aged 75 years
SKERRETT, Sydney - 9 Dec 1883 aged 5 days
3 Dec 1883 On the 3rd December, at Mulgrave-street, the wife of P.Skerrett, of a son
7 Dec 1883 On the 7th December, at Mulgrave-street, Sydney, infant son of Peter and Margaret Skerrett, aged 5 days
SKERRETT, Thomas - 19 Jan 1885 aged 1 hour
SMITH, Edward William - ??? aged 75
SMITH, J. E./J. F. - 25 Feb 1875 aged 21
SMITH, John - 25 April 1860 aged 43-44
SMITH, Louisa Mary Monica (nee GIBBS) - 27 Dec 1880 aged 33
27 Dec 1880 On the 27th December, at the Adelaide Road, after a long and painful illness, borne with christian fortitude, Louisa, the beloved wife of Mr Edward Smith, and second daughter of Mr James Gibbs, of Molesworth-street, aged 33 years; deeply regretted
SMITH, Margaret Mary - 13 Sep 1901 aged 82
13 Sep 1901 On the 13th September, at Wellington, Margaret Mary, wife of the late John Smith, and mother of Mrs J. J. Wilson, Sydney-street, in her 83rd years. R.I.P.
SMITH, Marianne - 25 Aug 1912 aged 94
25 Auf 1912 On Sunday 15th August, 1912, at 51 Bolton-street, Wellington, Marianne Smith, sister of the late Mrs Catherine Honora Kane, in her 95th year. R.I.P. No flowers. Funeral on Wednesday, the 28th August, at 8 o'clock a.m.
SMITH, Mary - 26 July 1876 aged 29
SMYTH, Bridget - 15 Jan 1926 aged ?
13 Jan 1926 On the 13th January 1926, at her residence, 517 Adelaide road, Bridget Smyth, widow of the late John Smyth, after a long and painful illness. R.I.P.
SOMERS, unknown - ???
STACK, Elizabeth Mary - 23 Nov 1894 aged 11
STAGPOOLE, Bartholomew - 1 Feb 1890 aged 60
- great bio and photo of Bartholomew in his 57th Uniform on this site
3 Feb 1890 B. Stagpoole, an old Crimean veteran who also saw service during the latter part of the Indian Mutiny and served during the late New Zealand war, died today. He was a member of the 57th Regiment, and as such, was present at the storming of Titokowau's stronghold. One of his brothers, Dudley Stagpoole, also in the 57th Regiment is said to be the only man in the British Army who has received the Victorian Cross and also the distinguished conduct medal. His death was somewhat sudden and was due to a seizure of Indian cholera, a disease which he contracted when in India and has since been subjected to periodically
1 Feb 1890 An old Crimean veteran, who also saw service during the latter part of the Indian Mutiny and served with distinction during the last New Zealand war, joined the great majority to-day. We refer to Mr B. Stagpool, who for years has been a resident of Wellington, and who passed away at his residence, Exeter House, Cambridge terrace, early this morning. For his Crimean service Mr Stagpool was awarded a medal by the Imperial Government, from whom he also drew a pension up to the time of his death. He came to the colony with the gallant 57th Regiment, and with them took part in quelling the native disturbance - on the West Coast which had necessitated their presence, being also present at the storming of Titokowaru's stronghold. Having gained the New Zealand medal for this service, Stagpoole, like many of his comrades, determined to settle in the colony, where he remained until his death. He was twice married, and leaves a widow. Two of his sons are at present in Sydney, and a third is a sergeant of police - at Sydenham, Christchurch; while his only daughter is married to Mr J. Driscoll, of Courtenay place. Mr Stagpoole's death was somewhat sudden, and was due to a seizure of what, medical men specify as Indian cholera, a disease which he contracted while in India, and has since been subjected to periodical attacks.
21 Feb 1890 also read ... NZ Crimean War Veterans
STAGPOOLE, Jane Armstrong (nee PARKINSON formerly MATHEWS) - 16 Aug 1897 aged 56
- second wife of Bartholomew Stagpoole
STAGPOOLE, Mary Ann (nee McENULTY) - 12 Dec 1883 aged 54
- 1st wife of Bartholmew Stagpoole above. Mistakenly recorded as Stackpoole
from the link at Bartholomew (visit for her photo) ... Mary travelled from Ireland, to India and on to New Zealand as an army wife. She gave birth to at least seven children. Mary died of tuberculosis on 12 December 1883 at Haining Street, Wellington
14 Dec 1883 The Friends of Bartholomew Stackpoole (sic) are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of his wife, Mary, which will leave his residence, Haining-street, on Sunday, the 16th inst., at 3.15 p.m.
STANLEY, Bridget - 1 July 1881 aged 34
STEVENS, Miss Blanche - 6 June 1920 aged 66
On the 6th June 1829, at St Joseph's Orphanage, Upper Hutt, Blanche Stevens; aged 66 years. R.I.P.
7 June 1920 The Friends of the late Blanche Stevens are invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave St Joseph's Church, Upper Hutt, after Requiem Mass, at 3.15 on Tuesday, 8th June 1920 at 9 a.m., for the Mount-street Cemetery, Wellignton, arriving there at 10.20
NOTE Blanche may have been a teacher at St Mary's Girls School in Hokitika in 1875-1878
STEVENS, Catherine - 12 April 1880 aged 31
12 April 1880 On the 12th April, at the Wellington Hospital, Catherine, eldestt daughter of the late Mr John Stevens, of this city, aged 31 years
12 Paril 1880 The Funeral Procession of the late Catherine Stevens will leave the Wellington Hospital, to-morrow, Tuesday, 13th inst., at 2.45.p.m. Friends are respectfully invited to attend
STEVENS, John - 22 Aug 1860 aged
POSSIBILITY 19 Aug 1860 On the 18th inst., Mr James Stevens (settler), Thordon Flat, Wellington, aged 46 years
STEWART, Mary - 9 Aug 1871 aged 67
STEWART, William - 13 July 1891 age 26
STRATFORD, Annie - ???
STRATFORD, James - 23 Feb 1888 aged 70
25 Feb 1888 On the 25th February 1888, at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr M. Mackay, Clyde-quay, James Stratford, County Waterford, aged 70 years. R.I.P. Irish papers please copy
STRATFORD, John - 22 June 1910 aged 55
23 June 1910 Mr John Stratford, who was in business in Wellington as a baker and confectioner for some years, died at his residence in Upper Willis-street yesterday. The deceased was born at Kilkenny, in the county of Kilkenny, Ireland, 55 years ago and was brought up as a flour miller. He came out to Wellington direct from the Old Country 33 years ago and worked in Meek's flourmill in Manners-street, opposite the Royal Oak Hotel, for some tme. He was afterward employed as a baker in the city and subsequently - for some seven or eight years - he was in business for himself on Clyde-quay. Some months ago he contracted blood poisoning and an operation was performed on his feet at the hospital. About amonth ago he left that institution. His condition became worse and he breathed his last yesterday afternoon. The deceased, who was a Justice of the Peace, and a prominent member of the Hibernian Society, has left a widow and a family of seven sons, the youngest of whom is 15 years of age
23 June 1910 The Friends of the late Mr John Stratford are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, which will leave his residence, 268 Willis-street, on Friday, 24th June 1910, at 2.30 o'clock p.m. for St Mary of the Angels, Boulcott-street, from thence to the Cemetery in Mount-street
STRATFORD, Kathleen - ???
STRATFORD, Margaret - ???
STUART, Ferdinand - 10 March 1860 aged 5
- went missing, found 21 years later
20 March 1860 A very distressing affair has recently occured at Pahautanui, Porirua Bay. The week before last a little child about 6 years old went with Mr Stewart, his father, into the bush to look for some cows. Probably losing his way, the child wandered further into the bush and has not been heard of since. Parties of the neighbours have been out in fruitless search and the only conclusion they can come to is that the child must have fallen into the river
STUART, Mary (nee GARDINER) 7 Aug 1871 aged about 68
STUART, Richard - 25 Nov 1878 aged 83
25 Nov 1878 At Wellington, Richard Stuart, aged 83 year
26 Nov 1878 THe Friends of the late Richard Stuart are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of internment in the Roman Catholic Cemetery from the Wellington Hospital To-morrow (Wednesday), at 1.30 p.m.
STUART, Teresa - 21 April 1866 aged 8 months
21 April 1866 At Pahautanui, on Sunday, the 21st April, Theresa, infant daughter of Mr Charles Stuart, aged 8 months
SULLIVAN, Eugene Bernard - 3 Aug 1905 aged 18
- PDF has Mr B. Sullivan. Eugene was born in 1889 to Eugene & Mary O'SULLIVAN
- he has now been added to the O names
5 Aug 1905 The Friends of Mr and Mrs Eugene O'Sullivan are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved son, Eugene Bernard, which will leave their residence, Cardall-street, to-morrow (Sunday), at 2.30 p.m., for St Ann's Church, Green-street, thence to the Cemetery, Mount-street
SULLIVAN, Daniel - 3 Sep 1856 aged ?
SULLIVAN, Daniel - 4 Sep 1880 aged 25 (buried 18th)
16 Sep 1880 The body found in the harbor has been identified as that of Daniel Sullivan, a laborer, aged 25, a native of Ireland. He was last seen on Saturday 4th September when in low spirits through inability to obtain employment and it is said he expressed his intention of drowning himself
15 Sep 1880 At half-past seven o'clock this morning a lad drew the attention of Constable O'Connor to the body of a man which was floating in the water m\near Mills foundry. O'Connor and Sergeant Ready succeeded in landing the body, which was very much decomposed, and had it conveyed to the Morgue. Here, a young man named John Lane, residing in Hawkestone street, identiied the body as that of Daniel Sullivan, a laborer, who had formerly been among the unemployed. Deceased was a single man, 25 years of age, and a native of Ireland. He had been residing with Lane and left the house at 3 o'clock on the 4th inst. He was then in low spirits owing to his inability to obtain employment, and it is said that when at the Clyde Hotel that day he expressed his intention to drown himself. It will be recollected that on on Monday, the 6th inst., a paragraph appeared in the POST stating that a man named Glass had, on Saturday night heard a gurgling sound in the water near Mills foundry, but that upon examination there was nothing to lead to the suspicion that anyone had got into the sea. It is now only too certain that the gurgling sound heard by Mr Glass proceeded from the deceased. Sullivan was a man about 5ft 6in high, with brown hair. He was, when discovered, dressed in a blue pilot jacket, striped tweed trousers and vest, lace-up boots and a blue cotton shirt. In his pockets were a knife, two handkerchiefs, seven and sixpence in silver and twopence in copper. Deceased is said to have a brother, a laborer, residing in Christchurch
17 Sep 1880 At the inquest on the body of Daniel Sullivan, a verdict of "found drowned" was returned
SULLIVAN, Daniel - 16 Feb 1888 aged 18
16 Feb 1888 On the 16th February, accidently killed, Daniel Sullivan, aged 18 years; deeply regretted by a large circle of friends. R.I.P.
17 Feb 1888 A youn carter named Daniel Sullivan, aged about 20, met his death by a distressing accident which occurred at about 4.30 yesterday afternoon at the excavation works which have lately been in progress in a new street off the eastern side of Kent-terrace, opposite the end of Lorne-street. Sullivan was employed in driving the horse attached to the dray which was used for conveying the debris down the slope, from the face where the navvies were working to the level ground below. When last seen alive he was leading his horse by the bridle towards the section which is being filled up. The attention of his mates was called to the face that the horse arrived at its destination without the driver. One of their number, named Thomas Emeny, ran forward and found deceased lying motionless on the road at the bottom of the gradient, with the left side of his face flattened by presure and blood issuing from his mouth, nose and right ear. Assistance was sent for and Dr Collins was quickly on the spot and found that death had taken place before his arrival. It is supposed that the horse must have tripped and thrown the driver down, the wheel of the dray passing over the back of his head. Dr Collins ascertained that death was due to a fracture of the base of the skull. The body was conveyed to the Morgue, where an inquest was held this morning, before Dr Johnston (Coroner) and a jury, of which Mr Henry Wright was foreman. Evidence was given by Dr Collins, Thomas Emeny, James Grover and Constable Gleeson and eventually the jury returned a verdict of Accidental Death. Deceased was unmarried. He was a native of County Kerry, Ireland and arrived in the colony by the Ruapehu about 12 months ago. Until this week he was in the employment of Mrs Sharpe on the Terrace, as driver and he had the reputation of being a steady and industrious young man. Two of his sisters live in Wellington and he has also a brother at Masterton
SULLIVAN, Henry - 19 March 1897 aged 58
19 March 1897 On the 19th instant, at his residence Coorong House, Tasman-street, Henry Sullivan; aged 58 years. R.I.P.
20 March 1897 The news that Mr Henry (Barry) Sullivan, who was for many years a license victualler in Wellington, has succumbed to an attack of dropsy, will be received with genuine regret by a large number of our readers. Mr Sullivan was born in Galway 58 years ago and came out to Australia when a young man. For many years he was a steward on intercolonial steamers and while so employed he saved sufficient money to enable him to enter into partnership with Mr Thomas, now chef at the Empire Hotel, as part licensee of the Central Hotel, Lambton-quay. After several years the partnership was dissolved, and Mr Sullivan, who had shown good business qualities and had made himself very popular in the city, became the licensee of the National Hotel, Lambton-quay, which he conducted with great success until five years ago, when he retired into private life, taking up his residence in Tasman-street, where he died last night after an illness of six weeks.
The deceased, who leaves a widow and three children, one of whom is Miss May Sullivan, the well-known amateur vocalist, to mourn their loss, was of a most genial disposition. He was possessed of a very generous nature, and was always ready to assist those in distress. He was at the time of his death of independent means, his properties including several hotels
22 March 1897 There was a large attendance at the funeral of the late Mr Henry Sullivan yesterday, the mourners including a number of the leading Roman Catholic clergymen of the city, the Rev H. Van Staveren and the Rev J. K. Elliott, the Premier, and the Hon J. Carroll. Part of the burial service took place at St Mary of the Angels Church and the remainder at the Catholic Cemetery, Wellington-terrace. Messrs Light (of Feilding, an old comrade of the deceaed as steamboat steward), Downes, Evans and O'Keefe were the pall-bearers
SULLIVAN, Ellen - 19 Aug 1887 aged 12 days
19 Aug 1887 On Friday, 18th August, at Argyle-street, Ellen, infant daughter of James and Mary Sullivan; deeply regretted
20 Aug 1887 The Friends of Mr James Sullivan are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late infant daughter (Ellen), which will leave his residence, Argyle-street, to-morrow, Sunday the 21st inst., at 2.30 p.m.
SULLIVAN, Mary - 27 Dec 1893 aged 32
27 Dec 1893 On the 27th December, at the Wellington Hospital, Mary, beloved wife of Daniel Sullivan, aged 32 years. R.I.P
SULLIVAN, wife of Daniel ???
SULLIVAN, William Francis - 3 April 1889 aged 4.4
- son of Henry 'Barry' SULLIVAN (1839-1887) & Bridget Mary PURCELL (1855-1944), whose children were:
1879 - May Sullivan
- May became a well-known amateur singer
1881 - Bridget Cecilia Sullivan
- Bridget didn't marry, she is buried at Karori wih her mother & brother Michael
1883 - 1968 Michael Henry Sullivan
1885 - 1889 William Francis, as above
NOTE in August 1905 May (aged 26), Bridget Cecilia (aged 24) & Michael Henry (aged 22), owned the parcel of land, 30 3-10 perches, part Section 208 and 209 in the City of Wellington, occupied by James Henry Price as tenant, which was brought under the provisions of "The Land Transfer Act of 1885".
SWAN, unnamed - 10 April 1888 aged 5
SWAN, Charles Joseph - 1 Jan 1888 aged 16
- son of John SWAN & Louisa Eleanor QUIRK, as below
SWAN, James Paul - 7 Aug 1890 aged 40
7 Aug 1890 TIMARU - Paul Swan, for several years gaoler here, and an old Government servant, died this morning
9 Aug 1890 The body of Mr J. P. Swan, late Gaoler at Timaru, who died of typhoid feer on Thursday last, is to be brought to Wellington for internment in the Catholic Cemetery and will arrive by the s.s. Mahinapua on Tuesday next. Mr Swan was well known in this city, having been connected with the Terracce Gaol, under Mr Garvey, for some twelve years previous to his transfer to Timaru. He leaves a wife and five children, for whom the deepest sympathy will be felt
11 Aug 1890 The funeral of the late J. P. Swan (whose body is coming from the South by the Mahinapua) leaves St Mary of the Angels Church, Boulcott-street, to-morrow. The warders of the gaols and constable will follow in uniform
13 Aug 1890 All that was mortal of Mr J. P. Swan, late gaoler at Timaru, was interred in the Catholic Cemetery yesterday afternoon. The body was brought up from the South in the morning by the s.s. Mahinapua, the brother-in-law of the deceased, Mr P. Murphy, also coming up at the same time. It was taken immediately to St Mary of the Angels Church in Boulcott-street and at half past two o'clock the Rev Father Kerrigan preached an eloquent funeral sermon. After the service, the coffin was removed to the hearse and the warders of the local gaol, several members of the police force, a detachment of the Permanent Artillery under Lieut. Hume and a large number of civilians followed to the grave. Lieut-Colonel Hume, Inspector of Prisons and Mr P. Garvey, Governor of the Wellington Gaol, were also present. At the grave, the Rev Father Kerrigan conducted the burial service. Several very beautiful wreaths were placed upon the coffing before it was lowered ino the grave, including one from Lieut-Colonel Hume
SWAN, Leonard Harcourt - 8 March 1887 aged 5 months
8 March 1887 On 8th March 1887, at Tinakori-road Wellington, Leonard Harcourt, infant son of John and Louisa E. Swan, aged 5 months 1 week
- this was John SWAN & Louisa Eleanor QUIRK
- their known children were:
1871 - 1948 Edith Phyllis Swan
1873 - 1888 Charles Joseph Swan, as above
1874 - 1936 John Sidney Swan
1876 - Louisa May Swan
1877 - 1880 Mary Cecilia Swan
1879 - Lewis Swan
1881 - Annie Maud Swan
1883 - 1888 Frederick Hugh Swan
1885 - 1958 Francis Herbert Swan
1886 - 1887 Leonard Harcourt Swan, as above
1888 - 1957 Winifred Margaret Swan
1889 - 1973 Leo Matthew Swan
1891 - 1952 Robert Vincent Swan
SYLVEN?, Mary Ann - 25 Dec 1869 aged 50
* Ameria, wife of Nikorima - 20 Dec 1854
* Annie - 26 March 1874 aged 6 months
* Maori woman named Lucy - 11 Nov 1850 aged ?
* Marama - ?? 1857
* Maori woman from Te Aro Pa - 13 Aug 1865
* Teresa - 1859 aged 2 or 3 days
* Mrs - 1859
* Polish child #1 - 1870s aged 10 months
* Polish child #2 - 1870s aged 10 months
from the site Royal Oak Hotel, Wellington c1900, opposite Meek's flourmill
see JOHN STRATFORD