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STOREKEEPERS, GROCERS - Wellington, New Zealand 1866

Some of the folk who were storekeepers in Wellington in 1866

Anderson D Jnr - Grocer - Molesworth St
Anderson G - Storeman - Murphy St
Anderson W - Grocer - Willis St
Bird T - Fruiterer - Willis St
Bolton F - Shopkeeper - Molesworth St
Bright J - Shopman - Thordon Qu
Brown G - Shopman - Taranaki St
Carpenter H - Grocer - Lambton Quay
Cemino S - Grocer - Molesworth St
Chisholm - Store - Courtenay Pl
Cleland - General Store - Manners St
Cleland H - Grocer - Molesworth St
Clements - Grocer - Thorndon Quay
Cooper Mrs - Shop - Molesworth St
Crease E. H. - Grocer - Willis St
Ellison T - Shopman - Willis St
Farmer Mrs - Grocery Store - Willis St
Franklin J - Grocer - Lambton Quay
Gandy - Grocery Store - Ingestre St
Goodison - General Store - Manners St
Houghton J - Grocer - Willis St
Lennan M - Grocer - Courtenay Pl
Levy B - General Dealer - Lambton Quay
Lindlay J - Greengrocer - Lambton Quay
Moir D - General Store - Molesworth St
Moore G - General Store - Lambton Quay
Nashelski - Tobacconist - Willis St
Petford W - Grocery Store - Tory St
Petherick - Grocer - Willis St
Phillips G - Grocer - Willis St
Phillips H - Grocer - Ghuznee St
Pike J - Storekeeper - Little Ghuznee St
Port R - Grocer - Willis St
Reid Mrs - Shopkeeper - Willis St
Riddick J - Shopman - Molesworth St
Ryan W - Grocer - Willis St
Sancto Mrs - Shopkeeper - Lambton Quay
Scott W - Grocer - Willis St
Smith E. G. - Music Seller - Lambton Quay
Smith J. S. - General Store - Molesworth St
Steinhoff - Tobacconist - Willis St
Stevenson T - General Store - Taranaki Pl
Stoddart Mrs - Grocery Store - Dixon St
Taine J. J. - Grocer & Draper - Lambton Quay
Trist S - Grocer - Cuba St
Walden J - General Store - Willis St
Wallace J - Grocer - Lambton Quay
Waters G - General Store - Dixon St
Willeston C - Tobacconist - Lambton Quay
Yates H - Grocer - Molesworth St

STOREMEN, WAREHOUSEMEN in Wellington, NZ 1866

Storemen, Warehousemen in Wellington, New Zealand 1866

Anderson G - Storeman - Murphy St
Aston T. V. - Warehouse - Lambton Quay
Bennett - Storeman - Willis St
Bowtell - Nightman - Willis St
Daniells W - Storeman - Tinakori Rd
Dowsett A - Storeman - Tinakori Rd
Gibson T - Storeman - Tinakori Rd
Gilbraith R.N. - Storeman - Tinakori Rd
Lowrey - Storeman - Quin St
Mason W. F. Kerosene Warehouse Lambton Qu
McDonnell - Storeman - Quin St
Mitchell D S - Storeman - Willis St
Moran P - Storeman - Majoribanks St
Nodder T - Storeman - Thompson St
Reid R - Storeman - Taranaki St
Rudd C. S. - Storeman - Abel Smith St
Scott - Storeman - Tory St
Storey W - Storeman - Little Ghuznee St
Swanson A. G. - Storeman - Glenbervie Tce
Tolley E - Storeman - Tasman St
Wood T - Storeman - Wellington Tce

STOUT buried INVERCARGILL, New Zealand

the STOUT buried in Invercargill as at Dec 2011;


see William Anderson STOUT & Louisa Helen STRACHAN
see also the WILL of Robert Michael FLETCHER


BURIALS at Invercargill
STOUT, DOROTHY (1890-1944) aged 54
- 2nd of 12 children of Robert Michael & Louisa Helen Stout
- buried Eastern Cemetery with her parents and her sister Marjorie

STOUT, ERIC (1902-1989) aged 86
- 10th of 12 children of Robert Michael & Louisa Helen Stout
- married Grace Beatrice FLETCHER in 1930
- buried 27-Jun-1989 Eastern Cemetery

STOUT, GRACE BEATRICE (nee FLETCHER 1905-1966) aged 61
- see link above
- married Erc Stout in 1930
- buried 18-Sep-1966 Eastern Cemetery

STOUT, JANE (1872-1947 nee MACKIE) aged 75
- married John Bannatyne Stout in 1900
- buried Saint Johns Cemetery

STOUT, JOHN BANNATYNE (1875-1946) aged 80
- buried Saint Johns Cemetery
HEADSTONE reads:
With loving memories of
John Bannatyne Stout
Born Shetland Isles
Died Dunedin 23.8.46
Also his wife Jane
Born Milton died Dunedin 19.7.47
Also their loved only son
John
Died Wellington 16.11.52
The Lord is my Shepherd
I shall not want


STOUT, LOUISA HELLEN (nee STRACHAN) (1863-1955) aged 92
- wife of William Anderson Stout
- buried Eastern Cemetery

STOUT, MARJORIE PRISCILLA (1906-1943) aged 37
- 12 of 12 children of Robert Michael & Louisa Helen Stout
- died on ACTIVE SERVICE WWII, see link
- buried Eastern Cemetery

STOUT, THOMAS ANDERSON (1902-1902) aged 1 Day
- son of John Bannatyne & Jane Stout
- buried Saint Johns Cemetery

STOUT, WILLIAM ANDERSON (1863-1938) aged 75 Years
- married Louisa Helen STRACHAN in 1888
- buried Eastern Cemetery
HEADSTONE reads:
In loving memory
William Anderson Stout
Beloved husband of
Louisa H Stout
Died 16th Sept 1938 aged 75 years
Also their daughters
Sgt Marjorie P Stout W.A.A.C.
Died 7th April 1943 aged 37 years
Dorothy
Died 11th Aug 1944 aged 54 years
Also the above Louisa H Stout
Died 15th March 1955 aged 91 years
Also their son
Pte Thomas William Stout
1st NZEF
Killed at Etaples 17th April 1918
Aged 28 years


PHOTO
HEADSTONE of Grace Beatrice & Eric Stout

Eastern cemetery Invercargill


STREETER brides New Zealand 1857 - 1925

the known STREETER marriages in New Zealand 1861 - 1925:

the STREETER BRIDES
* Alice Streeter
- married Francis EDEN in 1877

* Alice Streeter
- married Joseph Sampson PALMER in 1894

* Amelia Sophia Streeter
- daughter of Benjamin STREETER & Agnes KENNEDY
- married Kenneth SIMPSON in 1916

* Amy Streeter
- married Henry ADSETT in 1893

* Amy Esther Streeter
- married Albert PARSONS in 1908

* Ann Streeter
- married Francis LUSTY in 1868

* Annie Eliza Streeter
- married Walter James CLARK in 1890

* Caroline Barbara Streeter
- married Joseph Mathew NOLAN in 1911

* Charlotte Streeter
- married William BOYCOTT in 1866

* Edith Emily Streeter
- married Albert Thomas Sydney SMITH in 1920

* Eileen Maud Mabel Streeter
- married Frederick Charles Henry BLOWERS in 1907

* Elizabeth Streeter
- married Charles KIMBER in 1865

* Elizabeth Streeter
- married Edward TIER in 1894

* Elizabeth Agnes Streeter
- daughter of Benjamin STREETER & Agnes KENNEDY
- married Frederick George CHICK in 1914

* Ellen Streeter
- married Josiah McCLINTOCK in 1875

* Ellen Stewart Streeter
- married George Carter GEDDIS in 1904

* Emily Streeter
- married Alfred WESTON in 1875

* Emily Matilda Streeter (1880-1977)
- married David Robert FUSSELL in 1911

* Emma Jane Streeter
- married Randolph Henry RUSSELL in 1892
the known children of EMMA & RANDOLPH:
(born in Napier)
* 1893 - 1893 Randolph Henry Russell (died aged 2 days)
* 1894 - 1979 Jane Willis Russell (+ Gordon Cosgrove Laws 1916)
* 1896 - 1975 Violet May Russell (+ Berty Alfred Forster 1920)
* 1903 - 1972 Stanley Randolph Russell (+ Evelyn Freda Williams 1928)
* 1906 - 1969 Leslie Charles Russell (+ May Violet Furness 1934)
* 1911 - Emma Louisa Russell

* Ethel Agnes Sarah Streeter
- married Arthur Ernest CLARK in 1897

* Evelyne Emily Streeter
- married Bernard James HOPE in 1912

* Florence Josephine Streeter
- daughter of Benjamin STREETER & Agnes KENNEDY
- married Charles Arthur ELLISTON in 1919

* Gladys Lenora Streeter
- married Edward Herbert COLE in 1917

* Ina Grace Streeter
- married Stephen Ernest SWIFT in 1919

* Ivy Adeline Streeter
- Ivy married Charles Walter CATER in 1920
- son of Harry Robert CATER (1860-1934) & Emily Harriet BAX (1861-1942)
- Ivy & Charles lived at 79 Wildberry St, Christchurch
- Charles was a Hairdresser
- he died on 7 October 1952 aged 53
- he is buried PLOT 241, BLOCK 47 at Linwood Cemetery
- Ivy was born in 1900
- a daughter of *Hurtle Allan STREETER (1870-1918) & Minnie GRAY
- Ivy died 28 April 1969 aged 69
- she is buried with Charles

* Jane Maria Streeter
- married Frederick Robert MILLARD in 1861

* Kate Streeter
- married William SICKERBY in 1903

* Laura Streeter
- born in New Zealand
- daughter of Benjamin STREETER (1817-1873, son of Stephen Streeter) & Ellen nee WATTS, widow of William BLOWERS, formerly TAYLOR (1821-1874). Sister of Walter & Benjamin Streeter
- married William Thomas WATKINS in 1884

* Lillian Cecilia Streeter
- daughter of Benjamin STREETER & Agnes KENNEDY
- married Charles Donald SMITH in 1906

* Louisa Streeter
- married David Pridaux BARRETT in 1885

* Lucy Streeter
- married James KIMBER in 1865

* Mary Streeter
- daughter of Benjamin STREETER & Agnes KENNEDY
- married William FORD in 1862

* Mary Elizabeth Streeter
- married Raymond Frederick William BLOWERS in 1894

* Mary Therese/Theresa Streeter (1893-1972)
- married Alexander Thomas de ROO (1892-1966) in 1913

* Maud Mary Streeter
- married John George HORNE in 1905

* Nina Myrtle Streeter
- a daughter of *Hurtle Allan STREETER (1870-1918) & Minnie GRAY
- Nina married Ernest Arthur CLARK (1896-1953) in 1923

* Olive Muriel Streeter
- married Hugh Archibald FERGUSSON in 1921

* Ruby Grace Streeter
- married Francis Miller RICKERBYin 1912

* Sarah Streeter
- married Joseph SPARKS in 1883

* Susan Streeter
- married George THOMPSON in 1862

* Veda Lillian Streeter
- married William Francis BERG in 1925

* Violet Evelyn Streeter
- married William Frederick IRVING in 1923


* the children of Hurtel Allan & Minnie Streeter were:
1899 - 1946 Arthur Allan Streeter
1900 - 1969 Ivy Adeline Streeter
28 Mar 1903 - 1980 Ninia Myrtle Streeter
1905 - ? Maud Victoria Streeter
2 Jan 1907 - 1990 Bertie Streeter

the STREETER GROOMS

the STREETER buried at CHRISTCHURCH

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STREIFF marriages New Zealand 1905 - 1913

known STREIFF marriages in New Zealand 1905 - 1913


the STREIFF GROOMS

George Abram Streiff
- married Elsie VIolet Hemus in 1913

George Henry Streiff
- married FLorence May Rutherford in 1911


the STREIFF BRIDES

Erna Streiff
- married Arthur Raymond Rutherford in 1905

Hedwig Streiff
- married Carl Henry Clement Seigel in 1908

STRINGFELLOW buried at WHANGAREI

STRINGFELLOW buried Whangarei as at July 2011:



STRINGFELLOW, BEATRICE aged 84
- born about 1872
- died 1 May 1956 aged 84
- buried Block III Row D Plot 16 at Kamo Cemetery


STRINGFELLOW, LOIS aged 83
- born about 1889
- died 3 Dec 1972
- buried BERM Row A Plot 2 at Kaurihohore Cemetery


STRINGFELLOW, PETER 79 Years
- born about 1889
- died 6 Sep 1968
- buried BERM Row A Plot 2 at Kaurihohore Cemetery

STRONG buried in Tirau, Waikato


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STROOBANT marriages New Zealand 1921 - 1943

the known STROOBANT marriages New Zealand 1921 - 1943

the Stroobant GROOMS
Cecil Edward Le Cloux Stroobant (1897-1980)
born in Queensland, Australia, a son of Jean Baptiste STROOBANT (1863-1933) & Victoria Anne Eugenie DRUMMOND (1876-1934)
- Cecil married Edith Blanche PARKINSON (1898-1969) in 1921
they were in Miramar, Wellington in 1943 when their son Raymond Edward Stroobant became engaged to Muriel LISTER of Fitzroy, New Plymouth. Raymond was overseas with the R.N.Z.A.F. at that time. In July 1944 Raymond and other Crew members, flying in a Ventura bomber, were forced down into a heavy sea by engine trouble between New Hebrides and Guadalcanal

Douglas Joseph Victor Stroobant (1903-1993)
son of Jean Baptiste STROOBANT & Victoria Anne Eugenie DRUMMOND
- married Jessie Pearl Muriel ROBERTS (1906-1986) in 1926
Jessie was born 29 Nov 1906 in Cambridge, 9th of 9 known children of John Bowden ROBERTS (1860-1907) & Alice May Maria MEADS (1864-) who married in Masterton 30 Oct 1889
the known children of DOUGLAS & JESSIE, born in Hamilton, Waikato:
* 1923 - 1988 Pauline Isobel Roberts (born in Hamilton)
* 1927 - 1993 Pauline Isobel Stroobant
* 1928 - Merle Imelda Stroobant
* 1930 - 2001 Mervyn Douglas Stroobant
* 1931 - 2009 Roy Bernard Stroobant
* 1933 - Alan Leslie Stroobant (+ Shirley Alison Foster)
Douglas & Jessie last lived in Cambridge, Waikato
JESSIE died 25 Sep 1986 aged 79 & buried GOM-M-535 at Hamilton Park Cemetery
DOUGLAS died 13 June 1993 aged 90 & buried Plot 58, Row B. Block O, Hautapu Cambridge

Lawrence Bernard Felix Stroobant (1900-1989)
born Queensland to Jean Baptiste STROOBANT & Victoria Anne Eugenie DRUMMOND
- married Mynnye Marguerite WILLS in 1926
Lawrence & Mynnye were divorced in June 1942

Leslie Francois Stroobant (1906-1988)
- married Kathleen BARTULOVICH (1895-1947) in 1929
- Leslie was a Motor Mechanic in Auckland
KATHLEEN died on 28 December 1947 aged 52
- she is buried ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION D Row 5, Plot 29 at Waikumete Cemetery Auckland
LESLIE died on 5 February 1988 aged 82
- his ashes are buried with Kathleen

Montague Edward 'Monty' Stroobant (1918-1997)
youngest son of Jean Baptiste STROOBANT & Victoria Anne Eugenie DRUMMOND
(born 4 Oct 1918 at 87 Rintoul Street, Newtown, Wellington)
- married Mary Isabel DAVIDSON 11 Sep 1943 at Barnabas Church, Mount Eden


the Stroobant BRIDES
Imelda Marguerite Stroobant (1908-1995)
daughter of Jean Baptiste STROOBANT & Victoria Anne Eugenie DRUMMOND
- married James Christopher BODDY (1907-1965) in 1929
James was born in Invercargill to Walter BODDY & Flora Jamieson WILSON

May Victoria Josephine Stroobant (1910-)
daughter of Jean Baptiste STROOBANT & Victoria Anne Eugenie DRUMMOND
- married Clifford Thompson McCORMACK (1903-1956) in 1928

Violet Maud Stroobant (1896-)
born Queensland to Jean Baptiste STROOBANT & Victoria Anne Eugenie DRUMMOND
- married John Cranley REX in 1921
John was a Hotel Manager in Wellington in 1921
He was in Palmerston North in 1923
He was a bankrupt hotelkeeper in Christchurch in 1933

NOTES
ROSEWOOD LETTER
* Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald & General Advertiser, 27 July 1901

On Thursday evening Miss Drummond entertained a number of friends at a birthday party, which was held in the Farmers' Hall. The building was nicely decorated with greenery and bunting. About 60 persons were present, and a very pleasant time was passed in dancing and social games.
During the evening Miss Drummond and her sister, Mrs. Stroobant, executed a dance in excellent style. Several songs were rendered by Misses Hanlon, Hohnke, Drummond (who was obliged to respond to an encore), and Mr. Reinhardt. The accompaniments were played by Misses Hohnke and Hanloo. About mid-night an excellent cold collation was served on the stage, one of the principal features of the festive board being a handsome three tier birthday cake, After supper, dancing was resumed, and, as the floor was in excellent order and splendid music was provided by Misses Hohnke and Hanlon (piano) and Messrs. F. O'Donnell, A. Dobson, and P. Lenehan (violin), the pastime was much enjoyed. Mr. O'Donnell acted as M.C. The catering, including the supply of the handsome cake, was principally carried out by Mr. C. Stroobant, though some of the toothsome dainties were obtained from Mr. F. J. Ireland, of Ipswich. The guests departed in the "wee sma' 'oore," after spending a delightful evening. Miss Drummond (who was ably assisted by Mrs. Stroobant and Messrs. Stroobant and Bunney in entertaining the large number of guests) was the recipient of many valuable presents and congratulations during the evening.

* another son of Jean & Victoria:
Basil John Vincent Stroobant (1913-1963)
- married Rona Isobelle Jones (1914-1987)

* Jean Baptiste (aka John) Stroobant was a 'Chef'
He was in Kilbirnie, Wellington in 1906 with a boarding house, tea rooms & boats for hire. He had a Jam and Sauce Factory in Alma Road, Gonville, Wanganui in 1909. They had the Aramoho Tea Gardens and Zoo in Wanganui in 1913, They were in Te Awamutu in 1921
JEAN BAPTISTE Stroobant died 11 June 1933 in Auckland aged 70
VICTORIA ANNE EUGENIE Stroobant died 13 August 1934 aged 58
Auckland Star, 14 August 1934 STROOBANT - On August 13, at her late residence, 221 Dominion Road, Victoria Anne, widow of the late Jean Baptiste Stroobant. At rest. Funeral leaves above address 2p.m., Wednesday
- they are buried ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION C Row 18, Plot 61 at Waikumete


PHOTO
Private Hospital, 67 John St., Rosewood, Ipswich 1900-1909

taken from Ipswich Library & Information Service, Ipswich City Council


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Stuart NEWALL + Georgina ROBERTS - Cambridge, Waikato

Stuart NEWALL (baptised as Stewart)
Stuart was born in the parish of Durrisdeer, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, on 9 May 1843, the son of Thomas Newall, a tailor, and his wife, Anne DALZIEL
he emigrated to Australia, and after a brief sojourn in Victoria arrived in Port Chalmers, New Zealand, in May of the same year. Newall spent a few months unsuccessfully seeking gold on the West Taieri diggings, then he enlisted in the 3rd Waikato Militia 2 December 1863 in Dunedin after goldmining in Otago. His Regiment Number was 1050. Stuart was appointed Colour Sergeant in July 1864 and Regimental Orderly Room Clerk in 1865, and in 1866 he became a member of the Alpha Waikato Lodge No.449, I.C. in Cambridge.
He acted as Post Master with the regiment - his house being used as the post office and for Mass for the Catholics on Sundays. The outlook was a fern-covered wilderness.
On the Cambridge rates assessment list for 1869-70 he paid 2 pence an acre on 51 acres - totalling eight shillings and sixpence.
On the disbandment of the 3rd Waikato Regiment, Sergeant Newall joined the Armed Constabulary. He took part in the West Coast campaign and Waitera on the East coast and in the Uruweras. He received his commission as Sub Inspector in June 1869. For about a year he was in charge of an Armed Constabulary party at the Ohinemuri goldfields making tracks and roads.
He married Georgina Roberts 12 March 1872 at Major Clare's residence in Cambridge (the younger sister of his close friend and fellow officer, John Roberts. Their happy marriage produced four daughters and a son before Georgina Newall's death on 22 June 1908.)
They had 5 children - Jessie Georgina died aged one year in 1879 and is buried at the Cambridge cemetery.
Stuart rose in the service, doing police work and exploring and supervising the construction of roads, until he became a Colonel.
He transferred to the Defence Force in 1883 and in 1900 took command of the 5th New Zealand Contingent, serving in South Africa. On his return he received the Distinguished Service Order, as recognition of his long and meritorious services to the colony.


the children of Stuart & Georgina were:

1873 - Mary Dalziell Newall
- nothing known of Mary

1876 - Stuart George Newall
- nothing known of Stuart

1878 - 1879 Jessie Georgina Newall
- Jessie died in 1879 aged 12 months

1881 - Nena Nithsdale Newall
- nothing known of Nena/Nina

1883 - Annie MacKintosh Newall
- Annie married David Kennedy PICKEN in 1911


another biography for: Stuart Newall who died 3 August 1919 aged 76 at his daughter's residence in Waihi and buried at Karori Welington, Area 8, Block B, Row 5, Plot 16

Georgina Newall died in 1908 aged 64


Colonel Stuart Newall served in the New Zealand Wars and the South African War

For his services in South Africa Newall was:
* New Zealand War Medal in 1871
* mentioned in dispatches
* Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (CB) in 1901
* Queen's South Africa Medal (Cape Colony, Rhodesia and Transvaal Clasps)


* 2 December 1863: Private, 3rd Waikato Militia Regiment
* June 1864: Colour Sergeant, 3rd Waikato Militia Regiment
* November 1865, Staff Sergeant, 3rd Waikato Militia Regiment
* 10 March 1868: Sergeant, Armed Constabulary, 4th Division
* 10 June 1869, Acting Sub-Inspector, Armed Constabulary, 4th Division
* 13 march 1869, action at Otautu
* May 1869 action at Ahikireru; Urewera Campaign
* January - February 1870: Ta Papa (Tauranga) campaign
* 17 August 1874: Captain, New Zealand Militia
* March 1875-June 1879: Officer Commanding the Armed Constabulary
* 5 November 1881: Parihaka expedition - arresting officer
* 1 January 1883: New Zealand Permanent Staff: Adjutant, Canterbury Volunteers District
* 21 April 1885: Major,Canterbury Volunteers District
* 18 January 1891: Lieutenant Colonel, Canterbury Volunteers District
* April 1891 : Officer Commanding Wellington, Wairarapa, Taranaki, Whanganui Military District
* May 1898: Rawene, Waima expedition
* March - December 1900: Officer Commanding 5 Contingent, New Zealand Mounted Rifles
* 1901: Officer Commanding Wellington Military District
* January 1902: Brevet Colonel
* 1903: Retired (after 40 years service)
* October - December 1913: commanded Mounted Special Constables, Wellington during Maritime strike
* 1915, December to 1 June 1918: Commandant of King George V Hospital, Rotorua


Served during New Zealand Wars, Sub-Inspector, Armed Constabulary; commanded Wanganui, Taranaki and Wellington districts. Commanded 5th Contingent on S.S. Waimate. Returned to New Zealand 13 December 1900.

STUARTs in Pahiatua & Dannevirke

Alexander Matheson Stuart aged 72
- born 1896
- he was a Dairy Farmer
- lived at 3 Hamilton St Pahiatua
- died 7th November 1968
- buried next to Kathleen Marion Stuart
- GRAVE 25, PLOT 21, BLOCK 2 at MANGATAINOKA cemetery Pahiiatua

Clinton Albert Noel Stuart aged 41
- born 1904
- he was a Labourer
- lived at Rua Roa, Dannevirke
- died 3rd September 1957
- buried PLOT 4, BLOCK ZU at MANGATERA cemetery Dannevirke

Colin Angus Phillip Stuart aged 78
- born 1925
- he was a Farmer
- lived at State Highway 2, Pahiatua
- died 15th February 2004
- buried PLOT 25 - BLOCK 3 at MANGATAINOKA cemetery Pahiatua

Florence Roena Stuart aged 71
- born 1918
- lived at France Rd, Matamau, Dannevirke
- died 4th April 1989
- buried PLOT 4 - BLOCK ZU at MANGATERA cemetery Dannevirke

George William Stuart aged 81
- born 23rd April 1927
- lived at 98 Majorbanks St, Wellington
- died 15th July 2008
- buried PLOT 55 - BLOCK LB - at MANGATERA cemetery Dannevirke

Kathleen Marion Stuart aged 76
- born 1894
- lived at 3 Hamilton St, Pahiatua
- died 4th August 1970
- buried PLOT 21 - BLOCK 2 at MANGATAINOKA cemetery Pahiatua

Melva Violet Stuart aged 66
- born 1941
- lived at 412 France Rd, Dannevirke
- died 2oth June 2007
- buried PLOT 63 - BLOCK LLA at MANGATERA cemetery Dannevirke

Vera Myrtle Stuart aged 63
- born 1899
- lived in Wellington
- died 26th April 1962
- buried PLOT 55 - BLOCK LB at MANGATERA cemetery Dannevirke

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