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SMITH buried Karrakatta Cemetery PERTH West Australia - YEOMAN to ZENA

the 5,730 SMITH buried at Karrakatta Cemetery as at June 2011:

... has also been added to the SMITH DATABASE


ABIGAIL to AUSTIN ... BABY to BRYON ... CAMELIA to CYRIL

DAISY to DYMPNA ... EDGAR to EWART ... FANNY to FREIDA

GAIL to GWYNET ... HAGEN to HUGH ... IAN to IVY

JACK to JUSTIN .. KAREN to KRISTIE .. LALLA to LYNETTE

MABEL to MYRTLE ... NAARA to NORMAN ... OLA to OWEN

PAMELA to PRISCILLA .. RACHAEL to RYAN .. SADIE to SYLVIA

TAMARA to TRIXIE .. ULYSSES to URSULA .. VALDA to VYRLIE

WALLACE to WINSOME ... YEOMAN to ZENA


NAME -- AGE -- YEAR OF DEATH -- SUBURB

SMITH YEOMAN HENRY 91 years 2006 KINGSLEY

SMITH YVONNE EVELYN 75 years 1998 COMO WA
SMITH YVONNE MARY 55 years 2001 FORRESTFIELD

SMITH ZAC 0 hours 2005 WAIKIKI

SMITH ZELMA 78 years 1981 INGLEWOOD

SMITH ZENA MABEL CHRIS 85 years 2002 MADDINGTON

SMITH deaths New Zealand from NEWSPAPERS of the day

added to the SMITH of New Zealand DATABASE


the following newspaper cuttings about SMITH deaths was taken from the site: SMITH


SMITH.
A Smith. Waiuta, 1928. Contact me for details. Ph G f.

SMITH.
Info on Smith Family, of Brunswick, (21).

SMITH.
A H Smith, Canterbury, 1st July 1915. Contact me. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Herald, 20th June 1940.
On June 19th, at Hamilton, William, loved husband of the late Agnes Smith, of Karamu, and loved father of Albert, aged 65 years. Funeral will leave Scrimshaws Chapel, today, Thursday at 2 30 pm, for Whatawhata Cemetery. No other details.

SMITH.
A L Smith, North Canterbury, Westland. 27th May 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Auckland Star, 15th May, 1948.
On May 14th 1948, at a Private Hospital, Amy Jane, eldest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs J Smith, Parnell and loved sister of Cecil, Albert, Sydney, Elsie, Adela, Lizzie and the late Angelo, Joel and Bertrum Smith. No other details.

SMITH.
A V Smith, Waikato, July 29th 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
A V Smith, Onehunga, Auckland. 19th October 1916. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 16th June 1922.
On June 15th, at the Auckland Hospital, Albert George (Bert) dearly beloved husband of Belle Smith, of 584 New North Road, Mt Albert, in his 39th year. The funeral will leave his late residence tomorrow, Saturday, at 2 30 pm for Waikumete Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation. Also dearly beloved son of Mr and Mrs George Smith of Violet Street, Mt Albert, brother of Mrs Grigg, Mrs Firth, and Messrs C W and L S Smith. Sadly missed. No other details.

SMITH.
Info on Marjory Smith of Cheviot. 1915. (22)

SMITH.
Info on Smith family of West Eyreton. 1922. (22)

SMITH.
27th May 1915.
A W Smith, Southland. Contact me. Ph WW1.

SMITH Alfred.
April 22nd 1933.
On April 21st, at Wellington, Alfred N B , late Engineer, USS Company, beloved brother of Evelyn Clarke, Woodside Road, Mt Eden, age 39 years. No other details.

SMITH.
Rose Smith, of Christchurch. (22)

SMITH.
Date is 1922.
Info on C and M Smith of Gisborne. 21.

SMITH.
Jim, Elsie, Mary and Jean Smith of Orawia District, Invercargill, 1910 - 1923.

SMITH.
14th Oct 1915.
A Rongotea resident, Mrs Catherine Smith, passed away Monday, at the age of 64 years. She was born in Fifeshire, Scotland, and came to the Dominion in 1857. Her husband predeceased her 16 years ago.

SMITH.
Smith J, 1905. Wyndham Presbyterian Church.(22)

SMITH.
Smith Frederick. West Eyreton School. (22)

SMITH.
Arthur, died on the 25th April 1903, Helensville. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald, July 1914. Memorium.
In loving memory of our dear father, Charles Smith, who died on the 18th July 1913. Gone but not forgotten. Inserted by his sorrowing son and daughter, Alf and May. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald, July 1914. Memorium.
In fond and loving memory of my dear wife Mary (May) Smith, who departed this life at Thames on 19th July 1912. (poem) Inserted by her loving husband J A Smith of Kopu. (other notices) Sisters inlaws, J H Choat and L Dudley of Kopu. No other details.

SMITH Ann.
Herald, Supplement 1883.
On May 6th, at her residence, Victoria Street, West, Ann Matilda, beloved wife of Archibald C Smith, aged 52 years. No other details.

SMITH.
Weekly News, 4th March 1915. Memorium.
David Smith, died at Mt Albert, Auckland, on the 3rd of March 1914, late of Wharehine. Inserted by F D and J Smith

SMITH.
Weekly News, 11th March 1915. Memorium.
David, died on the 3rd March 1914, at Mt Albert, Auckland, husband and father, C H Smith.

SMITH Ann.
Southern Cross, 18th November, 1862.
On the 17th inst, Ann wife of Henry Smith, Architect, late of Prince Edward Island, age 60 yrs. The funeral will leave her late residence, Wellesley Street, tomorrow, Wednesday, at half past 2 O,Clock. No other details.

SMITH Antonio.
Herald, 31st March 1866.
On Thursday, the 30th inst, Antonio Smith, age 42 years. The funeral will leave his late residence, Chapel Street, at 3 O,clock this afternoon. Friends are invited to attend. No other details.

SMITH Benjamin.
Wellington Tribune, 11 May 1874.
On the 10th inst, at the residence of his Uncle, Benjamin Smith, Hill Street, Arthur Octavius, youngest son of James Smith of Liverpool, age 24 years. No other details.

SMITH Benjamin.
Wellington paper.
Benjamin Smith, died on the 24th of December 1893. No other details.

SMITH Catherine.
Weekly News 1896.
On August 13th, at Devon Grove, Matakohe, Catherine, widow of the late Richard C Smith, and only daughter of the late Peter McLaren, School Master, Dollar, Scotland, aged 70 years. No other details.

SMITH Catherine.
Weekly News, 26th December 1896.
Obituary for Catherine Smith, Thames.

SMITH Catherine.
November 11th, 1931.
On November 11th, at her late residence, Cochrane, Thames, Catherine, dearly beloved widow of the late Farley Smith, age 67 years. RIP. Funeral Friday at 2pm. No other details.

SMITH.
27th May 1915.
C S Smith, North Otago. Ph WW1.

SMITH Catherine.
Christchurch Weekly Press, 7th July 1920.
On July 4th 1920, at her residence, 13 Perth Street, Richmond, Catherine, the beloved wife of George William Smith, aged 46 years. No other details.

SMITH Charles.
Wellington paper.
Charles Smith, of Pauatahanui ,died on the 4th of August 1890. No other details.

SMITH Charles.
Herald, 11th September 1940.
On September 10th 1940, at the Infirmary, Charles, beloved husband of the late Sarah Smith, late of Matai Road, Henderson, loved father of May, Florrie, Eileen, Jack, Tom, Laurie, Walter, Douglas and Gordon, in his 66th year. At rest. Funeral leaves parlor of Arthur Holmes and Sons, McColl Street, Newmarket, tomorrow Thursday at 1 pm. No other details.

SMITH.
14th April 1943.
K J S Smith of Wellington. Ph WW2.

SMITH.
Smith R, of Palmerston North. (21)

SMITH.
14th April 1943.
Owen Somerset Smith of Napier. Ph WW2.

SMITH.
14th April 1943.
W E Smith of Wellington. Ph WW2.

SMITH.
Weekly News, 9th November 1916.
R Smith of Tarata. Ph WW1.

SMITH Charles.
Otago Witness, 1st December 1909.
On November 28th 1909, at 73 Duncan Street, Charles Wreford, beloved infant son of Harold Laing and Bessie May Smith, aged 13 months. No other details.

SMITH Christopher.
On August 27th 1931, at "Spring Bank" Rangiora, Christopher Smith, formerly of Kaikoura and Blenheim, dearly loved husband of Mary Smith, aged 64 years. Funeral at Rangiora. No other details.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 21st October 1895.
David Stewart Smith, died 19th October 1895, aged 21 years, son of William and Margaret Smith. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald, 11th June 1940.
On June 9th 1940, at her residence, Walnut Grove, Mount Smart Road, Onehunga, Emma, widow of Robert Smith in her 82nd year. The funeral will leave the above address at 2 30pm today, Tuesday, for Hillsborough Cemetery. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald, 18th June 1940.
On June 17th 1940 at St Heliers, Gertrude, beloved wife of Robert E Smith, late of New Zealand Railways, and loving mother of Joan and Keith. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 9am tomorrow, Wednesday, at Saint Marys Roman Catholic Church, Ellerslie. Funeral leaving the church at 2pm for Hillsborough Cemetery.No other details.

SMITH David.
Wellington paper.
David Smith, of Silverstream, died on the 21st of June 1883. No other details.

SMITH D S .
D S Smith, Otago, 1st July 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH Edgar.
Edgar H Smith, Bay of Islands, 20th July 1916. Ph WW1.

SMITH Edith.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On June 27th, at Parnell, Edith Crompton, youngest daughter of S Percy Smith, age 1 year. No other details.

SMITH Edwin.
Weekly News, 19th July 1901.
On July 13th 1901, at his late residence, Mt Roskill, Road, Edwin Bywater, the beloved husband of Mary Smith, age 60 years.No other details.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 27th June 1905.
Elizabeth Smith, died 26th June 1905, widow of William Smith.No other details.

SMITH Elizabeth.
Herald, March 1901.
On 5th March, at the District Hospital, Elizabeth Alice, the dearly beloved wife of Charles Smith of Otahuhu. Wellington and Kumara papers please copy. The funeral will leave her late residence, on Thursday, March 7th at 3.30pm. RIP. No other details.

SMITH Elizabeth.
Herald, 9th October 1865.
On the 7th October, Elizabeth Hawkins, 2nd daughter of Mr R Smith, Newton Road, aged 20 years. The funeral will leave her fathers residence, at 3 o,clock, this day, Monday. Friends will please accept this invitation.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald,15th March 1921.
Elizabeth Smith, relict of Henry James Smith, aged 77 years.No other details.

SMITH Emily.
New Zealand Times, 28th May 1919. Vol.
Divorce, Emily Catherine Smith, Wellington.

SMITH Emma.
New Zealand Times, 26th June 1919.
Obituary for Mrs Emma Smith, nee Binns, Auckland. Vol.

SMITH.
Weekly News, 1915/16 ?.
E P Smith, of Taumarunui. Ph WW1.

SMITH Eric.
Weekly News, 24th June 1915.
Eric G Smith, Canterbury. Ph WW1.

SMITH Francis.
Wellington paper.
Francis Smith, died on the 17th of September 1886. No other details.

On July 1st, at his residence, Cochrane Street, Thames, Farrell Alfred, beloved husband of Catherine, aged 49 years. RIP. No other details.

SMITH George.
Wellington paper.
George Smith, died on the 18th of June 1889. No other details.

SMITH George.
Southern Cross,1873.
On December 14th, George Burton Smith, of the York Hotel, Newton, in his 61st year. No other details.

SMITH George.
September 14th, 1922.
On September 13th 1922, at Waikato Hospital, Hamilton, George Frederick, beloved husband of Sarah Smith, of Grey Street, Claudlands, in his 83rd year. The funeral will leave the residence, of his eldest son, Mr F Cooper Smith, King Street, Frankton, tomorrow, Friday at 2 30pm, for Hamilton West Cemetery. No other details.

SMITH George.
George M Smith, Otago, 17th June 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH G V P T.
Weekly News, 24th August 1916.
G V P T Smith, Invercargill. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 29th September 1919.
George Washington Smith, died 28th September 1919 aged 88 years. No other details.

SMITH Henry.
Henry Smith, Wellington. 1911. Obituary. Email me for details. Scr.

SMITH Henry.
Herald, 9th September 1940.
On September 8th 1940, at the Auckland Hospital, Henry Edmond (Harry), dearly beloved husband of Fanny Smith, and loving father of Johnnie, Mrs Teehan, Raymond and Kenny, of 31 Summer Street, Ponsonby, in his 68th year. The funeral will leave the residence of his sister, Mrs A E Smith, 111 Franklin Road, tomorrow, Tuesday, at 2 pm for Waikumete Cemetery. No other details.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 10th November 1910.
Henry James Smith, died 9th November 1910, aged 63 years, husband of Elizabeth Smith. No other details.

SMITH H W .
H W Smith, Wellington, 1st July 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH Henry.
Wellington paper.
Henry Frederick Smith, died on the 3rd of November 1898. No other details.

SMITH.
Smith Jack of Levin. Contact me. (21)

SMITH James.
Wairarapa.
James Smith,of Taratahi, died on the 29th of December 1879. No other details.

SMITH James.
Weekly News, July 1896.
On July 10th, at Carlton Gore Road, James H Smith, dearly beloved husband of Mary Smith, aged 57 years. Obituary is 18th July. Email me.

SMITH James.
Herald, 23rd July 1923.
Obituary for Captain James Smith, of Ponsonby, Auckland.

SMITH James.
Wairarapa.
James Smith, of Taratahi, died on the 23rd of March 1903. No other details.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 25th April 1904.
James Smith, died aged 84 years. No other details.

SMITH.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
J W Smith of Carterton. Ph WW1.

SMITH James.
Wellington paper.
James Smith, died on the 4th of August 1902. No other details.

SMITH James.
James W Smith, Auckland, 3rd June 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH Jane.
Herald, 12th December 1865.
Died of a lingering illness, which she bore with much patience, Jane, the 2nd daughter of Henry Smith, Architect, of this city, and beloved wife of C B Smith, Grocer, Queen Street, age 36 years, leaving a large family to mourn her loss. No other details.

SMITH Jane.
Herald, 11th July 1923.
On July 10th 1923, at her sons residence, Wood Street, Ponsonby, Jane, relict of the late Archibald Smith, late of Mangawai, in her 80th year. Private interment. No mourning. No other details.

SMITH J B .
Weekly News, 6th January 1916.
J B Smith, Wellington. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 21st June 1922.
On June 20th 1922, at Te Kopuru, Captain J Christy Smith, formerly Harbour Master of Kaipara, beloved husband of Matilda A Smith, aged 83 years. No other details.

SMITH John.
Southern Cross,1873.
On November 30th, at Mercury Bay, suddenly John Smith, Master of the Schooner " Laetitia " age 25 years. No other details.

SMITH John.
Southern Cross, 17th March 1857.
On the 13th inst, at the residence, of his son inlaw, Timothy Gibbes, Albert Street, Mr John Smith, Bricklayer, age 66 years. No other details.

SMITH John.
John E Smith, Wellington, 17th June 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH John.
Wairarapa.
John Smith, of Masterton, died on the 23rd of November 1911. No other details.

SMITH John.
Wairarapa.
John Smith, of Greytown, died on the 12th of September 1890. No other details.

SMITH John.
Weekly News, 12th October 1916.
John Smith, New Plymouth. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Akaroa.
John Smith, owned a Sawmill at Le Bons Bay, afterwards tried to mill the timber at Waikikeri River, but failed to get the timber to market, as the Bay was unsuitable for shipping. Two men were drowned trying to get the timber off the beach. No other details.

SMITH John.
John Robert, Auckland. 1915. Obituary. Email me for details. Scr

SMITH Katharine.
Herald, 4th September 1940.
On September 1st, at Auckland, Katharine, dearly beloved daughter of Frank and the late Olive Smith and loved sister of Bryan, Raymond and Felix, of Mangatangi and late of Whitford, aged 25 years. Funeral will leave W Morrisons Chapel, Parnell, at 1pm today, Wednesday, for Pukekohe Public Cemetery. No other details.

SMITH Llewellyn.
New Zealand Times, 22nd May 1919.
Obituary for Llewellyn Smith, Wellington.

SMITH L J.
23rd December 1915.
L J Smith, Canterbury. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 27th January 1891.
Martha Smith, died 26th January 1891, aged 74 years, relict of Benjamin Smith. No other details.

SMITH Mary.
Herald, 6th September 1923.
Obituary for Mrs Mary Ann Smith, nee Golding, of New Plymouth.

SMITH Mary.
Herald, 24th August 1923.
Obituary for Mary Smith, of Napier. Contact me.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 13th July 1897.
Margaret Stewart Smith, died 12 July 1897, aged 58 years, wife of William Smith. No other details.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 22nd April 1898.
Maggie Lindsay Smith, died 20 April 1898, aged 31 years, daughter of W.P. Smith. No other details.

SMITH Mary.
Wairarapa.
Mrs Mary Eliza Smith, of Carterton, died on the 26th of November 1900. No other details.

SMITH Miriam.
Herald, 7th July 1923.
Inquest into the death of Miriam Smith of Alma Street, Newmarket, Auckland.

SMITH Patrick.
Christchurch Weekly Press, 7th July 1920.
On July 1st at his late residence, Preebleton Hotel, Patrick, dearly beloved husband of Annie Smith, aged 41 years. RIP. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald, 17th August 1914.
Report of the suicide of Patrick Smith at Thames. Contact me for details. Scr

SMITH R C.
Herald, 6th August 1923.
Obituary for Mr R C Smith, of Matakohe.

SMITH Richard.
Herald, 9th September 1940.
On September 7th, at his residence, 12 Wanganui Ave, Herne Bay, Richard Edward Smith, Master Mariner. late USS Company, dearly beloved husband of Harriett Smith, and loved father of Edward, in his 93rd year. A service will be held at the Master Mariners Chapel, Sturdee Street, 3pm today, Monday, the funeral then leaving for the Crematorium. By request of deceased, no flowers. Long Obituary.

SMITH R H.
Weekly News, 24th June 1915.
R H Smith, Canterbury. Ph WW1.

SMITH Sarah.
Marton.
Mrs Sarah Jane Smith, died on the 10th of June 1904. No other details.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 5th June 1907.
Sarah Smith, nee Howard, died 3rd June 1907 aged 83 years, widow of George Smith. No other details.

SMITH.
Stan Smith of Arapohue. 1911. Ph, GF.

SMITH S M.
Weekly News, 10th August 1916.
C M Smith, Morningside, Auckland. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Herald, 12th June 1922.
Obituary for Mr Thomas Smith of Waiuku, South Auckland.

SMITH T Brock.
Weekly News, 21st December 1916.
T Brock Smith, Dargaville. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 9th November 1885.
Thomas Smith, died 1 November 1885, aged 57 years. No other details.

SMITH Thomas.
Wellington paper.
Thomas Smith, of Horokiwi died on the 31st of December 1888. No other details.

SMITH.
A H Smith, Canterbury, 1st July 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
27th May 1915.
A L Smith, North Canterbury, Westland. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
A V Smith, Waikato, July 29th 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
A V Smith, Onehunga, Auckland. 19th October 1916. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
27th May 1915.
A W Smith, Southland. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
April 22nd 1933.
On April 21st, at Wellington, Alfred N B , late Engineer, USS Company, beloved brother of Evelyn Clarke, Woodside Road, Mt Eden, age 39 years. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald 1937.
On November 8th, at Hamilton, Annie, loved wife of Arthur Howard Smith, of Firth Street, Hamilton. Funeral will leave Scrimshaws Chapel, today Wednesday, at 2 pm for the Hamilton East Cemetery.

SMITH.
Herald 1948.
On March 9th 1948, at Hamilton, Mary Isobel, dearly loved wife of Charles Smith of Tauhei and loved mother of Rosse, Gladys, (Mrs Stewart) Allan and Althea, aged 51 years. Service at Morrinsville Presbyterian Church, tomorrow, Thursday, at 1 30pm. Funeral then leaving for Piako Cemetery.

SMITH.
Weekly News, 12th July 1944.
K A Smith of Pahiatu. Ph WW2.

SMITH.
Weekly News, 4th June 1941.
E G Smith of Hawera. Ph WW2.

SMITH.
Herald, Supplement 1883.
On May 6th, at her residence, Victoria Street, West, Ann Matilda, beloved wife of Archibald C Smith, aged 52 years. No other details.

SMITH.
Southern Cross, 18th November, 1862.
On the 17th inst, Ann wife of Henry Smith, Architect, late of Prince Edward Island, age 60 yrs. The funeral will leave her late residence, Wellesley Street, tomorrow, Wednesday, at half past 2 O,Clock. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald, 31st March 1866.
On Thursday, the 30th inst, Antonio Smith, age 42 years. The funeral will leave his late residence, Chapel Street, at 3 O,clock this afternoon. Friends are invited to attend. No other details.

SMITH.
Wellington Tribune, 11 May 1874.
On the 10th inst, at the residence of his Uncle, Benjamin Smith, Hill Street, Arthur Octavius, youngest son of James Smith of Liverpool, age 24 years. No other deatails.

SMITH.
Wellington paper.
Benjamin Smith, died on the 24th of December 1893. No other details.

SMITH.
Weekly News 1896.
On August 13th, at Devon Grove, Matakohe, Catherine, widow of the late Richard C Smith, and only daughter of the late Peter McLaren, School Master, Dollar, Scotland, aged 70 years. No other details.

SMITH.
Weekly News, 26th December 1896.
Obituary for Catherine Smith, Thames. Contact me.

SMITH.
November 11th, 1931.
On November 11th, at her late residence, Cochrane, Thames, Catherine, dearly beloved widow of the late Farley Smith, age 67 years. RIP. Funeral Friday at 2pm. No other details.

SMITH.
27th May 1915.
C S Smith, North Otago. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Christchurch Weekly Press, 7th July 1920.
On July 4th 1920, at her residence, 13 Perth Street, Richmond, Catherine, the beloved wife of George William Smith, aged 46 years. No other details.

SMITH.
Wellington paper.
Charles Smith, of Pauatahanui ,died on the 4th of August 1890. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald, 11th September 1940.
On September 10th 1940, at the Infirmary, Charles, beloved husband of the late Sarah Smith, late of Matai Road, Henderson, loved father of May, Florrie, Eileen, Jack, Tom, Laurie, Walter, Douglas and Gordon, in his 66th year. At rest. Funeral leaves parlor of Arthur Holmes and Sons, McColl Street, Newmarket, tomorrow Thursday at 1 pm. No other details.

SMITH.
Otago Witness, 1st December 1909.
On November 28th 1909, at 73 Duncan Street, Charles Wreford, beloved infant son of Harold Laing and Bessie May Smith, aged 13 months No other details.

SMITH.
On August 27th 1931, at "Spring Bank" Rangiora, Christopher Smith, formerly of Kaikoura and Blenheim, dearly loved husband of Mary Smith, aged 64 years. Funeral at Rangiora. No other details.

SMITH.
Wellington paper.
David Smith, of Silverstream, died on the 21st of June 1883. No other details.

SMITH.
D S Smith, Otago, 1st July 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Edgar H Smith, Bay of Islands, 20th July 1916. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On June 27th, at Parnell, Edith Crompton, youngest daughter of S Percy Smith, age 1 year. No other details.

SMITH.
Weekly News, 19th July 1901.
On July 13th 1901, at his late residence, Mt Roskill, Road, Edwin Bywater, the beloved husband of Mary Smith, age 60 years.No other details.

SMITH.
Herald, Mar 1901.
On 5th March, at the District Hospital, Elizabeth Alice, the dearly bel wife of Charles Smith of Otahuhu. Wellington and Kumara papers please copy. The funeral will leave her late res, on Thursday, March 7th at 3.30pm. RIP. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald, 9th October 1865.
On the 7th October, Elizabeth Hawkins, 2nd daughter of Mr R Smith, Newton Road, aged 20 years. The funeral will leave her fathers residence, at 3 o,clock, this day, Monday. Friends will please accept this invitation. No other details.

SMITH.
New Zealand Times, 28th May 1919.
Divorce, Emily Catherine Smith, Wellington.

SMITH.
New Zealand Times, 26th June 1919.
Obituary for Mrs Emma Smith, nee Binns, Auckland.

SMITH.
Weekly News, 24th June 1915.
Eric G Smith, Canterbury. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Wellington paper.
Francis Smith, died on the 17th of September 1886. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald 1914.
On July 1st, at his residence, Cochrane Street, Thames, Farrell Alfred, beloved husband of Catherine, aged 49 years. RIP. No other details.

SMITH.
Wellington paper.
George Smith, died on the 18th of June 1889. No other details.

SMITH.
Southern Cross,1873.
On December 14th, George Burton Smith, of the York Hotel, Newton, in his 61st year. No other details.

SMITH.
September 14th, 1922.
On September 13th 1922, at Waikato Hospital, Hamilton, George Frederick, beloved husband of Sarah Smith, of Grey Street, Claudlands, in his 83rd year. The funeral will leave the residence, of his eldest son, Mr F Cooper Smith, King Street, Frankton, tomorrow, Friday at 2 30pm, for Hamilton West Cemetery. No other details.

SMITH.
George M Smith, Otago, 17th June 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Weekly News, 24th August 1916.
G V P T Smith, Invercargill. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Henry Smith, Wellington. 1911. Obituary. Email me for details. Scr.

SMITH.
Herald, 9th September 1940.
On September 8th 1940, at the Auckland Hospital, Henry Edmond (Harry), dearly beloved husband of Fanny Smith, and loving father of Johnnie, Mrs Teehan, Raymond and Kenny, of 31 Summer Street, Ponsonby, in his 68th year. The funeral will leave the residence of his sister, Mrs A E Smith, 111 Franklin Road, tomorrow, Tuesday, at 2 pm for Waikumete Cemetery .

SMITH.
H W Smith, Wellington, 1st July 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Wellington paper.
Henry Frederick Smith, died on the 3rd of November 1898. No other details.

SMITH.
Wairarapa.
James Smith,of Taratahi, died on the 29th of December 1879. No other details.

SMITH.
Weekly News, 1896.
On July 10th, at Carlton Gore Road, James H Smith, dearly beloved husband of Mary Smith, aged 57 years. Obituary. Email me. 18th July, Scr

SMITH.
Herald, 23rd July 1923.
Obituary for Captain James Smith, of Ponsonby, Auckland.

SMITH.
Wairarapa.
James Smith, of Taratahi, died on the 23rd of March 1903. No other details.

SMITH.
Wellington paper.
James Smith, died on the 4th of August 1902. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald, 12th December 1865.
Died of a lingering illness, which she bore with much patience, Jane, the 2nd daughter of Henry Smith, Architect, of this city, and beloved wife of C B Smith, Grocer, Queen Street, age 36 years, leaving a large family to mourn her loss. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald, 11th July 1923.
On July 10th 1923, at her sons residence, Wood Street, Ponsonby, Jane, relict of the late Archibald Smith, late of Mangawai, in her 80th year. Private interment. No mourning. No other details.

SMITH.
Southern Cross,1873.
On November 30th, at Mercury Bay, suddenly John Smith, Master of the Schooner " Laetitia " age 25 years.

SMITH.
Southern Cross, 17th March 1857.
On the 13th inst, at the residence, of his son inlaw, Timothy Gibbes, Albert Street, Mr John Smith, Bricklayer, age 66 years.

SMITH.
John E Smith, Wellington, 17th June 1915. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Wairarapa.
John Smith, of Masterton, died on the 23rd of November 1911. No other details.

SMITH.
Wairarapa.
John Smith, of Greytown, died on the 12th of September 1890. No other details.

SMITH.
Weekly News, 12th October 1916.
John Smith, New Plymouth. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
John Robert, Auckland. 1915. Obituary. Email me for details. Scr.

SMITH.
Herald, 4th September 1940.
On September 1st, at Auckland, Katharine, dearly beloved daughter of Frank and the late Olive Smith and loved sister of Bryan, Raymond and Felix, of Mangatangi and late of Whitford, aged 25 years. Funeral will leave W Morrisons Chapel, Parnell, at 1pm today, Wednesday, for Pukekohe Public Cemetery. No other details.

SMITH.
New Zealand Times, 22nd May 1919.
Obituary for Llewwellyn Smith, Wellington.

SMITH.
23rd December 1915.
L J Smith, Canterbury. Ph WW1.

SMITH.
Herald, 6th September 1923.
Obituary for Mrs Mary Ann Smith, nee Golding, of New Plymouth.

SMITH.
Herald, 24th August 1923.
Obituary for Mary Smith, of Napier.

SMITH.
Wairarapa.
Mrs Mary Eliza Smith, of Carterton, died on the 26th of November 1900. No other details.

SMITH.
Herald, 7th July 1923.
Inquest into the death of Miriam Smith of Alma Street, Newmarket, Auckland.

SMITH.
Christchurch Weekly Press, 7th July 1920.
On July 1st at his late residence, Preebleton Hotel, Patrick, dearly beloved husband of Annie Smith, aged 41 years. RIP.

SMITH.
Herald, 6th August 1923.
Obituary for Mr R C Smith, of Matakohe.

SMITH.
Herald, 9th September 1940.
On September 7th, at his residence, 12 Wanganui Ave, Herne Bay, Richard Edward Smith, Master Mariner. late USS Company, dearly beloved husband of Harriett Smith, and loved father of Edward, in his 93rd year. A service will be held at the Master Mariners Chapel, Sturdee Street, 3pm today, Monday, the funeral then leaving for the Crematorium. By request of deceased, no flowers. Long Obituary.

SMITH.
Auckland Star, 12th June, 1948.
On June 11th 1948, at his residence, 18 Waihou Road, Te Aroha, Walter Edward, dearly loved husband of Eliza Edeline, and much loved father of Muriel, Mrs R D Eastwood. Una, Mrs H Richie. Kathleen and the late May Watkin, in his 74th year. A service will be held at the Methodist Church, Te Aroha, at 2pm on Monday, June 14th, funeral then leaving for the Te Aroha Cemetery. (2nd notice) Grandfather of Margaret, John, Joan, Graham, Bill, Janet and Alison.

SMITH.
Edward John SMITH born 15 October 1886 Rakanui, NZ died of shrapnel wounds in the trenches of France WW1 aged 21 years on 15 February 1917. Buried Rue-Petillon Military Cemetery -France.Service No. 26 702, Rifleman 2nd NZRB. Enlisted 1916 at 20 yrs. Branch: 4th Battalion - H Company. Departed Marama-Hospital Ship 2. Left 10 Nov 1916, part of NZ Expedition Force. Eight reinforcements. No other details.

SMITH.
Weekly News, 11th July 1923. Scr.
Taken Poison.
Miriam Smith of Newmarket, Auckland.

SMITH marriages in New Zealand - 1840 to 1850

From the SMITH database

some SMITH marriages New Zealand 1840 to 1850

the SMITH GROOMS

Charles Smith
- married Sarah LINES in 1849

Donald Smith
- married ? in 1840

James SMith
- married ? in 1840

James Smith
- married Mararet MARTIN in 1850

John Smith
- married ? in 1840

John Smith
- married Mary MURTEGH in 1840

John Sharpe SMith
- married Mary Anne Ashton SLATER in 184

John Mountifield Smith
- married ? in 1840

John Thomas Smith
- married Mihi NUMANAin 1849

Octavius Smith
- married Anne PEARCE in 1850

Patrick SMith
- married Catherine DRISCOLL in 1848


the SMITH BRIDES

Agnes Ellen Smith
- married ? in 1840

Eliza Smith
- married John DARBY in 1850

Ellen Smith
- married James DOVE in 1850
Harriet Smith
- married William Ludwell in 1848

Jane Smith
- married Jerry WAITE in 1850

Margaret Smith
- married William HORNBROOK in 1843

Margaret Smith
- married David KERR in 1850

Marianne Adamina Grenville Smith
- married George John IRELAND in 1850

Martha Smith
- married Walter Alfred COOK in 1849

Sarah Catherine Smith
- married Peter CONROY in 1848


Smith marriages 1851-1860 - the Brides (with link to the Grooms)

SMITH marriages in New Zealand - 1851 to 1860 the BRIDES

From the SMITH database

some SMITH marriages New Zealand 1851 to 1860:

the SMITH BRIDES

Agnes Smith
- married Robert Gordon McKenzie in 1855

Alice Harriett Smith
- married John George Miles in 1860

Amy Smith
- married Robert Barker in 1852

Ann Smith
- married William Devett in 1852

Ann Smith
- married Hugh McPhee in 1855

Ann Smith
- married Allport in 1859

Ann Smith
- married Henry Pitt in 1852

Ann Eliza Smith
- married Stephen Cooper in 1856

Ann H Smith
- married ? in 1858

Annie Mary Smith
- married William Coxhead in 1860

Bathia Smith
- married James Wilkie in 1857

Catharine Smith
- married William Morrison in 1851

Charlotte Smith
- married Ebenezer Loader in 1859

Elizabeth Smith
- married Francis Tait in 1855

Elizabeth Smith
- married Thomas Taylor in 1856

Elizabeth Smith
- married John Pattison in 1860

Elizabeth Smith
- married John Westlake in 1860

Elizabeth Smith
- arried William Aitchison in 1855

Frances Campbell Smith
- married John Tully in 1852

Harriet Smith
- married William Prouse in 1850

Helen F S Smith
- married ? in 1859

Jane Smith
- married William Simpson in 1860

Jane Smith
- married George William Woodroofe in 1857

Jane Susannah Smith
- married Thomas Eaton in 1856

Jessamine Jane Smith
- married Thomas Shalders in 1853

Jessie Smith
- married Andrew Bamberry in 1860

Louisa Smith
- married Francis William Knowles in 1861

Louisa Smith Miles in 1860

Louisa Ann Smith
- married James Mitchell Fisher in 1857

Lucy Smith
- married George Salisbury Newman in 1853

Macwood Smith
- married ? in 1858 (Bride or Groom ?)

Margaret Smith
- married William Smith in 1873

Margaret Smith
- married Matthew Fleming in 1856

Margaret Smith
- married John McLauchlan in 1853

Marion Young Smith
- married Hugh Calder in 1858

Mary Smith
- married Henry Joseph McLeod Hawk in 1853

Mary Smith
- married ? in 1860

Mary Ann Smith
- married Thomas Wellbourn in 1859

Mary Ashton Smith
- married James Balfour Wemyss in 1857

Matilda Susannah Smith
- married Benjamin Butterworth in 1855

Rose Ann Smith
- married Edward Thomas Ireland in 1860

Sarah Smith
- married John Kent in 1854

Sarah Smith
- married ? in 1859

Sarah Jane Smith
- married James Bruce McIntyre in 1859

Teresa Smith
- mmarried ? in 1855

the Smith GROOMS

Smith marriages 1840 to 1850

SMITH marriages in New Zealand - 1851 to 1860 the GROOMS

From the SMITH database

some SMITH marriages New Zealand 1851 to 1860:

the SMITH GROOMS

Alexander Augustus Smith
- married Mary Jane Giles in 1857

Arthur William Smith
- married Amelia Lamb in 1860

Charles Smith
- married Eleanor Smith Parker in 1854

Charles Smith
- married Johanna Anson in 1855

David Smith
- married Maria Jones in 1856

David Smith
- married Mary Culbert in 1860

Frederick Smith
- married ? in 1859

George Smith
- married Margaret Scott in 1853

George Smith
- married Judith Cahill in 1856

George Smith
- married Elizabeth Burton in 1860

Henry Smith
- married Mary Ann Batten in 1856

Henry Farr Smith
- married ? in 1859

James Smith
- married Mary Kau in 1851

James Smith
- married Erihapiti Te Awemakere in 1953

James Smith
- married Emma Freeth in 1857

John Smith
- married Elizabeth Sarah Commons in 1851

John Smith
- married Ann Kidd in 1852

John Smith
- married Sarah Kelly in 1853

John Smith
- married Anne Bell in 1855

John Smith
- married Mary Bell in 1856

John Smith
- married Elizabeth Faull in 1857

John Smith
- married Jane Gray in 1858

John Smith
- married Jane Watson in 1860
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the following was researched for Margaret65 after her query on 15-4-2011 .. "I have a John Smith born abt 1834 London England who married a Mary Kimber Hildreth in NZ 1860, have you come across this Smith in your research. I would love to find out where exactly he from and any other family HE may have had. I know all about their 12 children!"

John Smith (1834-1917)
- married Mary Kimber Hildreth (1838-1909) on 4 June 1860 in Waimea South, Nelson
- John was born in London, England in March 1834
- he arrived into Nelson 15 October 1855 on the "Queen Margaret"
- for the first 9 years he was engaged in surveying, farming and teaching (he was a teacher from 1856 to 1907)
- in 1860 he was teaching at River Terrace School
- in 1864 he was appointed headmaster of the Nelson Boys School
- John was the Inspector & Secretary of the Westland Board of Education and receved the appointment in Oct 1890 of Secretary for the Marlborough Board of Education

- they had 12 children

... due to the increasing size of the research on this family it has now been moved to its own journal at:
BRYANT + HILDRETH + SMITH
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John Edmund Smith
- married Matilda Trumble in 1855

John Frederick Smith
- married Mary Ann Howe in 1860

John Smith
- married ? Faull in 1857

John Smith
- married ? Bird in 1859

John E. Smith
- married ? McHardy in 1859

Joseph Smith
- married Margaret Quinty in 1857

Matthew Smith
- married Mary Griffiths in 1854

Peter SMith
- married ? in 1859

Richard Smith
- married ? in 1859

Robert Smith
- marriedMary Ann Homes in 1851

Stephen Smith
- married Sarah Ellen Kotiin 1851

Thomas Smith
- married Elizabeth Franklin in 1852

Thomas Henry Smith
- married Sophia Dorias Baker in 1857

Thomas D. W. Smith
- married ? in 1859

Thomas H. Smith
- married ? in 1857

William Smith
- married Sarah Rotherforth in 1851

William Smith
- married Agnes Reid in 1856

William Smith
- married Margaret Smith in 1857

Williamm Smith
- married Margaret Scott Simpson in 1860

William Smith
- married ? Attwood in 1860

William SMith
- married ? Riley in 1868

the Smith BRIDES

2 comment(s), latest 6 years, 2 months ago

SMITH of New Zealand DATABASE - (now with some Australia)

A recent comment on our site 'family tree circles' about the near impossible task of finding SMITH ancestors got me thinking ...

If there was a Smith Database of burials in New Zealand would this help researchers/searchers a little in their quest to find Smith ancestors in New Zealand at least

I set myself the task to make a Smith Burial Database using this site
- it has since progressed into just a SMITH (of NZ) DATABASE
- AND from June 2011 with Australian cemeteries

It was 'mind bogglng' just how many tens of thousands of John or Mary Smith there are to find, indeed a daunting task ...

By researching and adding any second names, ages at death etc that may be missing from the original cemetery databases I hoped this would help you further.
A long term plan would be to research and add maiden names !!

Building this database will take a great deal of time as there are thousands of cemeteries in New Zealand, many not even on line, but we have made a start ... concentraing first on major towns and cities

please note
the database will feature the SMITH name only at this time - NO hyphenated Smith, nor names like Arrowsmith, Smythe, Smithers etc

journal will be 'bumped' occassionally to main page to update viewers
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- SMITH BURIALS AUSTRALIA -

PERTH
... KARRAKATTA - 5730



- SMITH BURIALS NEW ZEALAND -

New Zealand ANZAC Smith
... World War I - 192
... World War II - 112


AUCKLAND
... RODNEY - 91
... WAIHEKE ISLAND - 20
... WAIKUMETE - about 1750


COROMANDEL
... BUFFALO - 18
... CHRIST CHURCH (Anglican) - 0
... COLVILLE - 1
... MERCURY BAY - 12
... OMAHU - 23
... SHORTLAND - 139
... TARARU - 13
... TOTARA MEMORIAL PARK - 67
... WHANGAMATA - 8


MANAWATU
... DANNEVIRKE, Eketahuna, Pahiatua, Woodville - 131
... FEILDING - 104
... PALMERSTON NORTH Ashhurst, Kelvin Grove, Terrace End - 634


OTAGO:
... DUNEDIN - over 2,000


SOUTHLAND
... BLUFF Bluff Cemetery - 14
... BLUFF Green Point & St Johns - 27
... BLUFF Southland Crematorium - 110
... GORE - 181


TARANAKI
... NEW PLYMOUTH - over 600
... ELTHAM, HAWERA, Kaponga, Opunake, Patea, Waverley etc - 175


WAIKATO
... HAMILTON - nearly 700


WAIRARAPA
... CARTERTON - 78
... MASTERTON - 751


WELLINGTON
... PORIRUA - 230


WHANGAREI
... Kamo + Kaurihohore + Kioreroa + Maunu
+ Onerahi + Waipu + Wharepara = total of 204
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- SMITH IMMIGRANTS -

... Wellington 1838 - 1853
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- SMITH MARRIAGES -

... 1840 to 1850
... 1851 to 1860

SMITH Brides married SMITH Grooms
MARY married Mr SMITH 1840 - 1899
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FAMOUS (or INFAMOUS) SMITHs in New Zealand:

ALL BLACKS - 12 (1897 to 2009)

28th MAORI BATTALION 1940-1945

DAVID STANLEY SMITH (1888-1982)

EDWARD METCALF SMITH (1839-1907)

ELSIE SMITH (1881-1968)

FRANCES HAGEL SMITH (1877-1948)

GEORGE MARSHALL McCALL SMITH (1882-1958)

GEORGE WILLIAM SMITH (1874-1954)

JOHN BURNS SMITH (1922-1974)

HELEN HAY SMITH (1873-1918)

LILLIAN RITA SMITH (1912-1993)

MARIANNE SMITH (1851-1938)

RONALD JOSEPH SMITH (1921-1995)

WILLIAM MEIN SMITH (1799-1869)

STEPHENSON 'PERCY' SMITH (1840-1922)
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... MISCELLANEOUS SMITH ...

SMITH - DEATHS from Newspapers

SMITH - UNIVERISTY GRADUATES 1870 - 1961
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15 comment(s), latest 5 years, 11 months ago

SMITH SOLDIERS of the 28th MAORI BATTALION

from the SMITH burial database of New Zealand
- FAMOUS (or INFAMOUS) SMITHs in NEW ZEALAND

the 28th MAORI BATTALION, commonly known as the Maori Battalion was an infantry battalion of the New Zealand Army that served during the Second World War.

It was formed following pressure on the Labour government by some Maori MPs and Maori organisations throughout the country wanting a full Maori unit to be raised for service overseas.

The Maori Battalion followed in the footsteps of the Pioneer Battalion that served during the First World War which had been very successful and was wanted by Maori to raise their profile and to serve alongside their Pakeha compatriots as citizens of the British Empire.
It also gave a generation of people with a well-noted military ancestry a chance to test their own warrior skills.

Raised in 1940 as part of the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force (2NZEF), the 28th (Maori) Battalion was attached to the New Zealand 2nd Division as an extra battalion that was moved between the division's three infantry brigades.
The battalion fought during the Greek, North African and Italian campaigns during the war and a contingent was sent to Japan as an occupation force afterwards.

The unit was disbanded in January 1946.

almost 3600 men served overseas with the Maori Battalion between 1940-1945, of these 649 were killed in action or died on active service


the SMITH soldiers who served with the 28th MAORI BATTALION


SMITH, Zakie - Private 806479
- from Public Works Department, Private Bag, Gisborne
- NEXT OF KIN - Miss A. Smith (sister), P.O. Box 2, Tolaga Bay

SMITH, Roy - Private 65202
- from Mourea, Rotorua
- NEXT OF KIN - Miss S. Williams (cousin), Whakatane

SMITH, Hingangaroa (aka Major Jackson) - Private 453083
- from Hauiti, Tolaga Bay
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr D. Smith (brother), 22 Marsden Street, Lower Hutt

SMITH, Chappie Te Hata - Private 816559
- from Care of Taite And Company, The Square, Palmerston North
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr D. Smith (brother), 22 Marsden Street, Lower Hutt, Wellington

SMITH, Frederick Jonathan - Private 815288
- from Nuhaka, Hawkes Bay
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr D. Smith (father), Nuhaka, Hawkes Bay

SMITH, Wilson - Private 66023
- from Anakaha P.B., Havelock
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr G. Smith (not stated), Kimbolton

SMITH, Peter - Private 67400
- from 145 Hobson Street, Auckland
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr J. Smith (father), Waiuku

SMITH, Edward - Private 26031
- from Maramarua
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr P. Smith (father), Horahora

SMITH, Heber - Private 62621
- from Bridge Pa, Hastings
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr P. Smith (father), Nuhaka

SMITH, Cleo Ronald - Sergeant 67472
- from Nuhaka,
- NEXT OF KIN - Mr T. Smith (father), Nuhaka

SMITH, Stanley - Private 68277
- from Nuhaka
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs H. Mitchell (sister), Nuhaka

SMITH, James - Private 630225
- from 7 Pilkington Road, Panmure, Auckland
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs L. Smith (mother), 8 Harding Street, Auckland,

SMITH, Jerry - Corporal 5482
- from Whangaehu
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs L. Smith (mother), care of J. Gilbert, Putiki, Wanganui

SMITH, Barney Hapi - Private 808554
- from Waiotapu
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs M. Smith (mother), Opoutama,

SMITH, Bonny Naki - Private 808555
- from Waiotapu
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs M. Smith (mother), Opoutama

SMITH, Joseph - Temporary Corporal 811050
- from Ohinemutu, Rotorua
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs M. Smith (wife), Ohinemutu

SMITH, Johnny - Private 26032
- from Raurakaumanga, Huntly
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs M. Smith (wife), Raurakaumanga, Huntly

SMITH, William Hikitangaarangi - Private 813519
- from Parikino, Wanganui
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs R. Smith (mother), Putiki, Wanganui

SMITH, Tommy - Private 62622
- from Waimarama
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs Smith (mother), Waimarama

SMITH, Riki - Second Lieutenant 67473
- from Nuhaka
- NEXT OF KIN - Mrs T.A. Smith (mother), Nuhaka

SMITH who played as ALL BLACKS 1897 - 2009

From the SMITH database
- FAMOUS (or INFAMOUS) SMITHs in NEW ZEALAND


... each link has a photo, a bio and details of their rugby career


Smith, Alan Edward
- born 10 December 1942 in Stratford
- played 1967 to 1970
RUGBY CLUB - Stratford
Tests : 3 - Matches : 15
All Black Number 667


Smith, Ben
- born 1 June 1986 in Dunedin
- played 2009
RUGBY CLUB - Green Island, Dunedin
Tests : 1 - Matches : 1
All Black Number 1100


Smith, Bruce Warwick
- born 4 January 1959 in Wairoa
- played 1983 to 1984
RUGBY CLUB - Hamilton HSOB
Tests : 3 - Matches : 7
All Black Number 845


Smith, Conrad Gerard
- born 12 October 1981 in Hawera
- played 2004 to 2010
RUGBY CLUB - Old Boys-University Wellington
Tests : 45 - Matches : 0
All Black Number 1044


Smith, Charles Herbert 'Herb'
- born 13 Feb 1909 - died 10April 1976 in Dunedin
- played 1934
RUGBY CLUB - Southern, Otago
Tests : 0 - Matches : 2
All Black Number 406


Smith, George William
- born 20 Sept 1874 in Auckland - died 8 Dec 1954 in Oldham, England
- played 1897 to 1905
RUGY CLUB - City, Auckland
Tests : 2 - Matches : 37
All Black Number 74


Smith, Ian Stanley Talbot
- born 20 August 1941 in Dunedin
- played 1963 to 1966
RUGBY CLUB - Gimmerburn, North Otago
Tests : 9 - Matches : 15
All Black Number 644


Smith, John Burns 'Johnny'
- born 25 Sept 1922 in Kaikohe - died 3 Dec 1974 in Auckland
- played 1946 to 1949
RUGBY CLUB - Kaikohe, Northland
Tests : 4 - Matches : 5
All Black Number 461


Smith, Peter
- born 1 Aug 1924 in Kaikhoe - died 26 Jan 1954 in Opononi
- played 1947
RUGBY CLUB - Kaikohe, Northland
Tests : 0 - Matches : 3
All Black Number 482


Smith, Ross Mervyn
- born 21 April 1929 - died 2 May 2002 in Auckland
- played 1955
RUGBY CLUB - Christchurch, Canterbury
Tests : 1 - Matches : 0
All Black Number 565


Smith, William Ernest
- born 9 March 1881 in Wellington - died 25 May 1945 in Wellington
- played 1905
RUGBY CLUB - Nelson, Nelson Bays
Tests : 1 - Matches : 0
All Black Number 138


Smith, Wayne Ross
- born 19 April 1957 in Putaruru, Waikato
- played 1980 to 1985
RUGBY CLUB - Belfast, Canterbury
Tests : 17 - Matches : 18
All Black Number 806

SNELLEX (SNELLEKSZ) Rangiora New Zealand

From a post on the OTAKEHO War Memorial dated 14th April 2010, Elaine wanting to find her anscetors ...
.. Otakeho from NZETC

Originally the name was Snelleksz in Poland but was anglasised by those arriving in New Zealand

Some of the Snellex found in New Zealand:

The PTE N Snellex of Otakeho who died of war wounds in France 27/07/1917 as mentioned in Elaine's post above has not been found at this time
- this Private Edward 'Ned' Bob Snellox served in WWI but is not mentioned as dying in the campaign
- In his 1st service for NZ in January 1916, Ned has his Next Of Kin recorded as N. Snellox (brother), Kalim, Poong, Bengal, India which ties in with what Elaine says
- In his 2nd service for NZ in October 1917 Ned has his Next Of Kin recorded as A. Hunnibell (friend), High Street, Rangiora, New Zealand
- the A. Hunnibells found are:
1870-1957 Arthur Hunnibell
- was pupil-teacher in Christchurch West School in 1885
- Headmaster of Standards I & II at Rangiora School 1893
- Headmaster of Elgin, Canterbury school in 1903
- he and his family moved back to Christchurch
- Schoolmaster of Opawa in 1916
1881-1951 Alfred George Hunnibell
- was in Standard II at Rangiora School in 1889
1897-1970 Athol George Hunnibell

Some info found so far ...

some of the BIRTHS found in NZ for Snellex in Rangiora
... 1897 Edward Hunt Snellex
... 1900 Wilfred Hunt Snellex
... 1901 Victor Snellex
18-3-1922 Edward Harold Hart Snellex
... 1923 Alfred Snellex - son of Edward Harold Hunt Snellex
... 1924 Alfred George Snellex
20-9-1927 Mary Jane Snellex
20-7-1929 Eileen Gertruda Snellex
9-5-1935 Marjorie Helen Snellex
- ? - Ethel Katharine Isabell Snellex

some of the MARRIAGES found in NZ for Snellex
1921 - Edward Snellex married Gertrude Isabella SMITH
- they farmed on Mt Thomas Rd, Fernside & moved to Rangiora
1946 - Ethel Katharine Isabella Snellex married James Coventry HEPENSTALL in Rangiora
1947 - Edward Harold Hart Snellex married Marie PEACH in Rangiora
1948 - Mary Jane Snellex married Mervyn Leslie McILROY in Rangiora
- in 1983 she was in Christchurch where she married Laurie George BRENNAN
1950 - Eileen Gertrude Snellex married Harold Cuthbert SUTHERLAND in Rangiora
1956 - Marjorie Helen Sellex married Donald Tweedale ASHWORTH

some of the DEATHS found in NZ for Snellex are:
1924 Alfred George Snellex
- died aged 3 months
1968 Edward Hunt Snellex aged 71
- born 1897
- possibly the Edward that married Gertrude below
1983 Gertrude Isabella Snellex (nee Smith) aged 80
- born 11-8-1903

some of the DEATHS found in NZ for Snelleksz are:
1964 Victor aged 63
- born 1901
1977 Wilfred Frank aged 77
- born 9-3-1900
1984 Thelma Alice aged 82
- born 12-4-1902

From the ASHBURTON GUARDIAN
- 17th December 1912

ORPHAN IMMIGRANTS on way to New Zealand
... General interest (says the Calcutta 'Statesman' of October 23) will be felt in the 12 little emigrants - six boys and six girls - who are due in Calcutta this morning, by the Darjeeling mail, en route for New Zealand. They will be accompanied by the Rev. J. A. Graham, D.D., C.I.E., hon. Superintendent of St Andrew's Colonial Homes, (Rev. Dr. John Anderson Graham) and by a lady from Kalimpong, who will escort them to their destination.
Their ages vary from 14 to 16; and their names are
William HALL
Robert OCHTERLONEY
Ernest Herbert HUGHES
Llewellyn Cattel JONES
Charles Eric STUART
Robert SNELLEKSZ
Evelyn B. FULLARTON
Rose COOPER
Mary OCHTERLONEY
Nellie SAVIGNY
Dorothy HIGGINS
Mary SINCLAIR
.. The children sailed from Calcutta on the 24th October in the British India Company's steamer SANGOLA; and at Melbourne they will tranship for Dunedin, where they will be met by he Rev. James Ponder and conducted to the situations that await them. The boys will be placed on farms, and the girls will become 'lady helps'. for domestic servants are almost unknown in New Zealand, and the 'lady help' is treated as one of the family. The expenses of the children - Rs 3600 - are being paid by 12 Calcutta firms and merchants, each contributing 300 rupees; and the money is a special fund raised for the purpose by Mr James Luke and the other members of the Executive Committee. Alreay five emigrants, four boys and one girl - have been sent to New Zealand; but this is the first large batch of children to leave Kalimpong for the Antipodes. The careers of the young emigrants will be watched here with keen interest, for the Kalimpong training of self-help and self-reliance is just what is wanted in the colonies, and the demand in Australia and New Zealand for suitable emigrants is unlimited at present. The children will be entertained at a social meeting in the United Free Church Hall in Wellesley Street. The Sheriff of Calcutta has kindly promised to preside, and the Rev. Dr. Graham and the Hon. Mr Madge will make speeches


If you have any further information or corrections that could be added to this family to help those searching for their ancestors your help would be greatly appreciated ..

SNOOK marriages New Zealand 1865 - 1932

the known SNOOK marriages New Zealand 1865 - 1932

the SNOOK GROOMS
Albert Edwin Humphreys Snook (1870-1946)
- born in Nelson, died in Papatoetoe, Auckland
Albert was a son of Thomas Albert Humphrey SNOOK (1841-1912) & Elizabeth HUMPHREYS (1840-1928)
- married Mary Elizabeth WHITE 14 May 1902 in Frankton, Waikato
- their known children:
1903 - Albert Edwin Snook
1905 - Percy Frank Snook
1908 - Thomas Roy Snook
1910 - John Leslie Snook
1911 - Charles Frederick Snook

Albert Henry Snook (1873-1939)
- born in England, Albert arrived in NZ about 1875
- married Esther OWEN (1875-1952) in 1898
- Esther was born in Durham, England & arrived in NZ about 1882
- their known children:
1899 - Esther Violet Sbook
1901 - Lily Bertha Snook
1903 - Albert Henry Snook
1908 - Rita Frances Snook
Albert died 29 July 1939 in Christchurch aged 66
Esther died 27 June 1952 aged 76. They are buried in Bromley cemetery

Alfred Snook (1880-1963)
- married Catherine GRANGER (1886-?) in 1908
- 5th of 7 children of James GRANGER & Catherine GALLAGHER
- her sister Mary Granger married Alfred's brother John Snook in 1910
- the known children of ALFRED & CATHERINE:
1908 - Irene Myrtle Augustine Snook
1910 - Leo Kenneth Snook

Arthur Sydney Snook (1877-1957)
- born in Dovedale, Nelson - died in Auckland
Arthur was a son of Thomas Albert Humphrey SNOOK (1841-1912) & Elizabeth HUMPHREYS (1840-1928)
- married Sarah WESTBURY (1881-1951) 11 Sep 1901 in Otorohanga, in a double wedding with her sister Harriet Westbury to Arthur's brother Thomas Frank Snook. Sarah & Harriet were born in Mercer, North Waikato, 2 of 8 children of George WESTBURY & Elizabeth SMITH
- the known children of Arthur & Sarah:
1904 - Ernest Arthur Snook
1910 - Clarence Sydney Snook

Charles Frederick Snook (1875-1962)
- Charles was born in Governors Bay
- married Margaret Matilda MAUGER (1879-1960) in 1901
- Margaret was born in Christchurch
- their known children:
1902 - Lawrence Charles Frederick Snook
1903 - Ruby Matilda Snook
1904 - Frederick Philip Snook
1909 - John Philip Snook
1912 - William James Smook
Margaret died 7 Sep 1960 aged 81
Charles died 4 Nov 1962 aged 87. They are buried Bromley cemetery, Christchurch

Ernest Arthur Snook (1904-1984)
- son of Arthur Sydney SNOOK & Sarah WESTBURY
- married Elsie Miller GRAYSON (1903-1997) in 1926

George Edward Snook (1887-1971)
- son of William James SNOOK & Frances Sophia FINCH
- married Alice Mary Ellen WENMOTH (1888-1972) in 1924
- Alice was the 3rd of 3 children of Nicholas WENMOTH & Catherine HAWKINS of Opawa, Christchurch

Henry Snook (1882-1960)
- married Effie Jane JACKSON (1882-1953) in 1904
- Effie was born in Ashburton
- they lived in Christchurch
- their known children:
1906 - Effie Myrtle Snook
1909 - Mabel Elsie Snook

James Snook (1832-1898)
- married Emily RYAN (nee RUNDLE 1840-1900) 9 Sep 1869 in Wanganui
- Emily first married John RYAN (?-1863) in 1857 in New Plymouth, she was 15
- James & Emily settled in Patea, where John was a Carter
- they had 5 children:
1870 - Catherine Emily Snook
- born in Patea, Catherine married William PARKER in 1895
1876 - Ellen Snook
- born in Patea, Ellen married William CARRADUS in 1899
- she next married James HICKEY in 1915
1878 - William John Snook
- nothing known at this time
1880 - Elesha Snook
- born in Patea, Elesha had children with William GERRAND
1885 - Eliza Snook
- born in Patea, she was in Standard 1 at Patea School in 1894
- Eliza married Alfred GILL in 1901, they moved to Wanganui

James Henry Snook (1863-1945)
- married Catherine Burn VIPOND (nee FENTON 1874-1949) in 1897
- Catherine had married Mark Vipond on 19 July 1892 in Mahurangi when she was 18 & had 2 children. A son, Mark Vipond, served in WWI as Corporal 13/562 with the Auckland Mounted Rifles. He was Killed in Action 9 Aug 1916 in Egypt aged 22

John Herbert Snook (1881-1969)
John was a son of Thomas Albert Humphrey SNOOK (1841-1912) & Elizabeth HUMPHREYS (1840-1928)
- married Elizabeth Johnson HOPE (1885-1942) in 1908
- Elizabeth was the 5th of 10 children of Orry Hamilton HOPE & Elizabeth COOPER of Wairau
JOHN & ELIZABETH are buried in Plot 272 O at Karori, Wellingotn

John Pollard Snook (1867-1906)
- John was born in Corfe Castle, Dorset, England
- he married Elizabeth Lindsay DOCKRAY (1866-1915) 6 Aug 1888 in Corfe Castle, Wareham, Dorset, England. They then came to New Zealand & had 3 children in Wellington:
1 1890 - 1891 Irene Winifred Elizabeth Snook
- Irene is buried in Bolton st cemetery
2 1892 - 1955 John Joseph Raymond 'Ray' Snook
3 1897 - 1969 Elizabeth Mabel Snook
- Elizabeth married Alfred John Robert FILL 1879 in Wellington & had 2 children in Petone
JOHN & ELIZABETH divorced in 1901 (in a rather spectacular 4 days court case)
Elizabeth next married Henry Francis FULLER (1867-1906) in Feilding in 1903
- they had 2 children in Lower Hutt
Elizabeth next married Joseph Arthur MURPHY (1879-1933) in Wellington in 1907
John Pollard Snook went to Johannesburg, South Africa as a builder. In 1906 he left Johannesburg for the Airlie Mining Timber Company. He disappeared, presumed murdered in Eatern Transvaal, South Africa. In 1914 Elizabeth made claim to the ?310 he left to his mother in his will (this is equivalent in 2012 to $46,000)
Elizabeth is buried in Taita cemetery, Lower Hutt

John Sainsbury Snook (1886-1951)
- married Mabel Mary SMYTH (1890-1981) 2 Jan 1915
- 2nd of 7 children of Patrick SMYTH & Margaret Annie BRICKELL

John Thomas Snook (1885-1958)
- John was a son of William James SNOOK (1848-1887) & Frances Sophia FINCH (1846-1937) who arrived in Christchurch from Wiltshire, England, on the 'Stonehouse' in 1874 with 2 sons & a daughter and had a further 6 children in NZ
- the children of William James & Frances Sophia:
1868 - William James Snook
1871 - Frances Maria Snook
1873 - Albert Henry Snook
1875 - Charles Frederick Snook
1878 - Joseph Snook
1880 - Alfred Snook
1882 - Henry Snook
1885 - John Thomas Snook (as above)
1887 - George Edward Snook
John Thomas married Mary GRANGER (1888-) in 1910
- 7th of 7 children of James GRANGER & Catherine GALLAGHER
- her sister Catherine Granger married John's brother Alfred Snook

Joseph Snook (1877-1950)
- Joseph was born in Christchurch & was a Fish Merchant
- married Jessie Elizabeth BROWNE (1879-1964) in 1901
- Jessie was born in Waterton, Canterbury (now a Ghost Town)
Joseph died 18 Aug 1960 aged 83
Jessie died 22 Oct 1964 aged 85
- they are buried in Linwood cemetery, Christchurch

Lancelot William Snook (1888-1949)
- 1st of 6 children of William Bowry SNOOK & Amy Mary WILLIAMS
- married Emily Roselyn FERNANDO in 1913
- by 1924 they were in Sydney, NSW
EMILY died 3 Dec 1943. LANCELOT died 23 Jan 1949
- they are buried Section T6, Position 0070 at MacQuarie Park Cemetery , NSW

Lawrence Charles Frederick Snook (1901-1981)
- son of Charles Frederick SNOOK & Margaret Matilda MAUGER
- married Violet Alexandrina Fanny ESPLIN (1901-1985) in 1928
- Violet was a base born daughter of Elizabeth 'Betsy' Esplin & was brought up by her maternal grandparents, David Esplin & Wilhelmina Hunter in Dunedin

Roland Vernon Snook (1890-)
- 2nd of 6 children of William Bowry SNOOK & Amy Mary WILLIAMS
- married Susan BUSH in 1926
- a son, Roland Vernon Snook, seved in WWII as Flight Sergeant NZ404960 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, 57 Squadron, RAF. He was killed in action in Germany 26 March 1942 aged 20. His parents were then living in Auckland. He is buried in Grave 22. F. 10-13., Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Thomas Albert Humphreys Snook (1841-1912)
- was born in Bristol, Gloucestershire to John SNOOK & Elizabeth HUMPHREYS
- he married Elizabeth HUMPHREYS (1840-1928) in 1867 in Nelson, NZ
- Elizabeth arrived in Nelson in 1842 aged 2 with her parents, Edwin HUMPHREYS & Mary HOLDENSHAW
- Elizabeth first had Walter George Humphreys (1861-1932)
- the known children of Thomas & Elizabeth:
1870 - Thomas Frank Snook
1870 - Albert Edwin Snook
1873 - Edwin Nelson Snook
1876 - Ada Jane Snook
1877 - Arthur Sydney Snook
1879 - Elizabeth Ella Snook
1880 - John Lawrence Snook
1881 - John Herbert Snook
1882 - William Lawrence Snook

Thomas Frank Snook (1870-1953)
Thomas was born in Dovedale, Waimea, a son of Thomas Albert Humphrey SNOOK (1841-1912) & Elizabeth HUMPHREYS (1840-1928)
- he married Harriett WESTBURY (1882-1955) on 11 Sep 1901 in Otorohanga, in a double wedding with her sister Sarah Westbury to Thomas's brother Arthur Sydney Snook. Harriet & Sarah were born in Mercer, North Waikato, 2 of 8 children of George WESTBURY & Elizabeth SMITH
- the known children of Thomas & Harriett:
1902 - Lillian Elizabeth Snook (born in Otorohanga)
1904 - 1947 George Frank Sydney Snook (born in Otorohanga)
1907 - Violet Dorothy Snook (born in Golden Bay)
1913 - Cecil Victor Snook
1920 - Ronald Westbury Franklyn Snook (born in Nelson)

Thomas Kelly-Snook (1854-1891)
- married Mary Jane ARMSTRONG (1857-1935) in 1877
- their known children:
1879 - William Frederick Kelly-Snook
1880 - Frances Evelyn Kelly-Snook
- Frances married William Ephraim MORROW in 1903
1882 - Alice Maude Kelly-Snook
- Alice married Charles Niven Young BLAIR in 1908
1884 - 1977 Thomas Alfred Kelly-Snook
- Thomas married Agnes Rebecca NORRIS (1896-1970) in 1922
1886 - 1974 Elsie May Kelly-Snook
- Elsie married Joseph Henry SILVA in 1907 (they divorced in Auckland 1909)
- Elsie married William Norman COWLEY in 1919
1889 - Francis George Kelly-Snook
1891 - John Percival Kelly-Snook
- John was born 18 Sep 1891, a month after the death of his father
- he was living in Freeman's Bay, Auckland in 1917 when he was balloted to serve with with the 34th Reinforcements
- he married Ethel Lillian Evangeline TRIMBLE in 1922
THOMAS KELLY-SNOOK died 10 Aug 1891 aged 37

William Bowry Snook
- married Amy Mary WILLIAMS in 1887
- their known children:
1888 - 1949 Lanceloot William Snook (died in MacQuarie, NSW)
1890 - 1959 Roland Vernon Snook
1891 - 1909 Rosalie Snook (died aged 18)
1892 - 1895 Hugh Wyatt Snook (died aged 3)
1892 - 1892 Austin Leonard Snook (died aged 1)
1897 - 1898 Hugh Austin Snook (died aged 16 months)
WILLIAM divorced AMY (co respondent William Henry Joseph Kingston) in Auckland in 1901. William was awarded custody of the children

William Geoffrey Gordon Snook (1905-1954)
- married Alice Lillian BAUNTON 25 Feb 1925 in Christchurch
- their 2 children:
1926 - Patricia Voyle Snook
1931 - Francis Baunton Snook

William Lawrence Snook (1882-1961)
William was a son of Thomas Albert Humphrey SNOOK (1841-1912) & Elizabeth HUMPHREYS (1840-1928)
- married Hilda Doris Isabel CAMERON (1895-1934) in 1917
Hilda was a daughter of Angus CAMERON & Mary Elizabeth GILL


the SNOOK BRIDES
Ada Jane Snook (1877-1966)
- daughter of Thomas Albert Humphreys SNOOK & Elizabeth HUMPHREYS
- married Robert BLACKBURN in 1918

Alice Maude Winifred Kelly-Snook
... see above
- married Charles Niven Young BLAIR in 1908
- their known children:
1908 - Charles Alfred Blair
1909 - Winifred May Blair
1912 - John Niven Bair

Bertha Lily Snook (1901-1969)
- daughter of Albert Henry Snook & Esther OWEN
- married William Joseph PALMER (1901-1965) in 1928

Effie Myrtle Snook (1906-)
- daughter of Henry SNOOK & Effie Jane JACKSON
- married Royce ELLIS (1890-1955) in 1924
- 1 of at least 9 children of William Edward ELLIS & Ellen MAHER
- Royce served in WWI as Corporal 5/110 (Archive NZ has 5/110B) with the Army Service Corps, Main Body, embarking 16 Oct 1914. He enlisted from Lyall Bay, Wellington. His next of kin was A. D. Mazengarb, Solicitor, Featherston Street, Wellington

Eliza Snook
- married Alfred GILL in 1901
- their known children:
1902 - Joseph Lawrence Alfred Gill
1908 - Doris McGregor Gill

Elizabeth Ella Snook
- daughter of Thomas Albert Humphreys SNOOK & Elizabeth HUPHREYS
- married Joseph Norman BRANNA (?) in 1914

Elizabeth Lindsay Snook (nee DOCKRAY 1866-1915)
- previously married to John Pollard Snook (1867-1906) in 1887, they divorced in 1891
- she married Henry Francis FULLER (1884-1960) in 1902
- she married ? Murphy .... see John Pollard Snook above

Elizabeth Lindsay Mabel Snook (1899-1969)
- married Alfred John Robert FILL (1879-1956) in 1922
- son of Alfred & Susan FILL

Ellen Snook (1827-1916)
- married Appo HOCTON (1819-23-1920) in 1865 as his 2nd wife
Appo Hocton was born in China, the son of Fook Ting and his wife, Pae See. According to family tradition his birth name was Wong Ahpoo Hock Ting and he was born on 18 August 1819. According to declarations he made in New Zealand, however, he may have been born as late as 1823. In New Zealand he became known as Appo Upton or Appo Hopton, and by 1853 was officially known as Appo Hocton or Hockton
- they had 2 sons & 1 daughter:
1866 - Appo Louis Hocton (had 11 children, 10 daughters)
1868 - Hocton Albert Ahilena Hocton
1870 - Erena Jane Hocton

Elsie Mabel Snook (1909-1990)
- daughter of Henry SNOOK & Effie Jane JACKSON
- married Albert SWIFT (1906-1972) in 1932

Emma Snook
- married John Joseph REYNOLDS in 1887
- their known children:
1889 - Emma Ivy Reynolds
1897 - Harry Ernest Reynolds

Fanny Amelia Snook (1888-1963)
- married Arthur Claude GERRARD (1883-1960) in 1913
- 4th of 10 known NZ born children of James Porter & Catherine GERRARD, Auckland

Frances Maria Snook
- married John PEARCE in 1896
- their known children:
1897 - Ernest Edward Pearce
1899 - Alma Frances Pearce
1906 - Alfred John George Pearce

Ellen/Helen Snook
- married William CARRADUS in 1899
- their known children:
1900 - William Carradus
1903 - Thomas Carradus
1905 -Lucy Carradus
1907 - John Robert Carradus
1910 - Adelaide Carradus
1911 - Alice May Carradus

Helen Mary Snook (1838-1909)
- Helen was born in England & arrived in NZ about 1868
- she married John Frederick Christopher RIDDER (1823-1902) in 1871
- John was from Germany. He arrived into Lyttelton from London, on the Blue Jacket in Oct 1866 with his wife Hannah/Johanna (1822-1868) and 8 children
- the known children of HELEN & JOHN:
1872 - 1916 Ernest Frederick Ridder
1876 - Edward Christopher Ridder
1881 - George William Douglas Ridder
1883 - 1974 John Frank Ridder
in July 1875 John (now aged 52) was a Bankrupt Labourer, living in Lincoln road, Tai Tapu, Canterbury
in July 1884 John (now aged 61), was described as a 'destitute person' by the Christchurch Court. His 3 sons agreed to contirbute 13s per week to support him
on 14 May 1902 John (now aged 79) was in a private nursing home in Salisbury street, Christchurch, suffering from paralysis of the spine when he hanged himself. His funeral left his late residence, Springfield street, St Albans, for the Church of England Cemetery in Barbadoes street
28 Nov 1905 .. from the 'STAR' - We have to thank the Lyttelton TImes and Canterbury TImes for new of the following: Our inquiry (May 14) for HENRY SNOOK, asked for by brother J. in SOuth Africa, has been replied to by Mrs Helen Ridder, nee Snook, in Christchurch. She thinks she may be inquirer's sister
20 March 1909 Helen was found dead in bed at her residence 20 Berry street, St Albans, Christchurch, aged 71. An inquest was ordered by the Coroner which showed she had suffered from lung weakness and death resulted from a burst blood vessel in the lungs. She is buried Plot 183, BLock 21 at Linwood cemetery

Lillian Elizabeth Snook (1902-1989)
- born in Otorohanga, daughter of Thomas Frank SNOOK & Harriet WESTBURY
- married Harold Hector MARSH (1902-1977) 3 Feb 1926 in Te Awamutu
- they had 6 known children

Rita Frances Snook (1908-)
- daughter of Albert Henry SNOOK & Esther OWEN
- married Laurence Edwin HOLLOWAY (1908-1981) in 1931
- son of Richard Edwin HOLLOWAY & Elsie Mildred PRESTON

Ruby Matilda Snook (1903-1994)
- daughter of Charles Frederick SNOOK & Margaret Matilda MAUGER
- married Eric George HANCOCK (1905-1983) in 1929
- son of James HANCOCK & Amy Adelina TRUNVENT (?)

Violet Dorothy Snook (1907-1979)
- born in Golden Bay, daughter of Thomas Frank SNOOK & Harriet WETBURY
- married Thomas Henry CHESTER (1906-1977) in 1928
- they divorced in Auckland in 1938 after separation for more than 3 years
- she married James WILSON

Violet Esther Snook (1899-)
- daughter of Albert Henry SNOOK & Esther OWEN
- married William Garland BAXTER (1897-1975) in 1921
- 1 of 5 children of Isaac William Tyrell BAXTER & Mary Elizabeth TREEBY

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