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the BRADBURY buried in Terrace End, Palmerston North

the BRADBURY buried in Terrace End, Palmerston North as at 3-11-2010

HENRY Bradbury
- lived in Longburn
- died 22-1-1907 aged 42
- buried PLOT 047 - BLOCK 021

JEAN Bradbury
- died 1-3-1945 in the District Maternity Home aged 1 day
- buried PLOT 558 - BLOCK P11

MARY LOUISA Bradbury (nee HUGHEY)
- married William Joseph Bradbury in 1908
- lived in Vernon Ave, Palmerston North
- died 8-6-1964 aged 87
- buried PLOT 032 - BLOC 055 with William Joseph

SARAH Bradbury
- lived in Palmerston North
- died 5-12-1899 aged 58
- buried PLOT 053 - BLOCK 014

WILLIAM JOSEPH Bradbury
- married Mary Louisa Hughey in 1908)
- lived in Hereford St, Palmerston North
- died 7-12-1951 aged 90
- buried PLOT 032 - BLOCK 055 with Mary Louisa

the BRAGGINS buried in the Archer St Cemetery, Masterton

the BRAGGINS buried in the Archer St Cemetery, Masterton, New Zealand as at 1-11-2010 are:

Arthur Lewis Braggns
- son of Thomas James & Eliza Ann Braggins
- died 29-4-1886 aged 10 months

Cecil Henry George Braggins
- died 20-9-1976 aged 67

Charles James Braggins
- married Ellen LEE in 1911
- died 31-7-1976 aged 96

Christina Braggins (nee Smith)
- married Thomas Burgess Braggins
- died 21-12-1950 aged 69

Cody James Braggins
- died 9-7-1994 aged unknown

Constance Eliza Braggins
- died 30-1-1989 aged 73

Edith Braggins
- died 13-11-1879 aged 21

Edward George Braggins
- married Sarah Elizabeth SAYERS in 1867
- died 21-8-1919 aged 76

Edward John Braggins
- married Louisa WENHAM in 1891
- died 15-3-1945 aged 75

Eliza Ann Braggins (nee DEW)
- married Thomas James Braggins
- died 12-8-1950 aged 92

Emily Catherine Braggins (nee FITZSIMMONS)
- married George Leonard Braggins
- died 30-1-1952 aged 74

Frank Osmond Braggins
- son of Edward George & Sarah Elizabeth Braggins
- died 23-11-1905 aged 21

Frederick Charles Braggins
- died 27-9-1912 aged 22 days

Garnet Leonard Edward Braggins
- son of George Leonard & Emily Catherine Braggins
- died 6-11-1937 aged 37

Gary Maxwell Braggins
- died 12-4-1945 aged 2 days

George Leonard Braggins
- married Emily Catherine FITZSMMONS in 1899
- died 21-12-1928 aged 58

Harriet Fanny Mary Braggins (nee THOMPSON)
- married Hector Edward Braggins
- died 1-10-1946 aged 52

Hector Edward Braggins
- son of Edward John & Louisa Kathleen Lily Braggins
- married Harriet Fanny Mary THOMPSON in 1913
- died 18-4-1976 aged 84

James Arthur Braggins
- married Elizabeth Charlotte Jane SALISBURY in 1912
- died 7-10-1939 aged 61

Jeffery David Braggins
- died 1-4-1954 aged 8 days

John Braggins
- son of Charles William & Jessie Bernadine (nee BENSEN) Braggins
- died 29-7-1910 aged 8 hours

Joyce Rona Braggins
- died 16-7-1968 aged 47

Keith Mons Braggins
- died 4-6-1982 aged 68

Louisa Kathleen Lily Braggins (nee WENHAM)
- married Edward John Braggins
- died 28-4-1958 aged 84

Maud Mary Braggins
- died 26-11-1918 aged 37

Reginald Braggins
- died 11-11-1913 aged 1 hour

Sarah Elizabeth Braggins
- died 5-8-1911 aged 62

Thomas Burgess Braggins
- married Christine SMITH in 1930
- died 21-2-1959 aged 85

Thomas James Braggins
- married Eliza Ann DEW in 1876
- died 5-3-1906 aged 50

the BROOME in Waitakere Cemetery Auckland

the BROOME buried in the Waitakere Cemetery in Auckland as at 1-11-2010 were:
- some birth dates may be calculated by age at death -

AGNES Broome
- born 1907
- died 11th April 1930
- aged 23
- PLOT: NONCONFORMIST DIVISION D Row 12, Plot 35

GERTRUDE Broome
- born 1929
- died 7th August 1997
- aged 68
- PLOT: Cremation Lawn B Row 10, Plot 184

MARK DAVIDSON Broome
- born 1882
- son of Daniel & Christina BROOME
- Mark was a Council Employee
- he married Fanny SLOAN in 1905
- died 9th July 1970
- aged 88
- Cremated

THOMAS Broome
- born 1894
- Thomas was a Cleaner
- died 5th July 1949
- aged 55
- Ashes Scattered

WALTER JOHN Broome
- born 1905
- son of Mary Broome, father not recorded
- John was a Gas Worker
- died 5th January 1953
- aged 48
- Ashes Scattered

message received as date below ...
Subject: Waitakere Cemetery
To: ngairedith
From: Buckle
Date: 2015-07-26 21:43:26
Hi ngairedith, There is a listing of cemeteries on Family Tree Circles linked to Find a Grave for a Waitakere Cemetery. The cemetery name is Waikumete Cemetery not Waitakere.http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2166897&CScn=Waikumete&CScntry=85& The Waitakere entries belong under Waikumete Cemetery and Crematorium. Waitakere was the city name but this area is now part of Auckland City New Zealand. There never has been a cemetery called Waitakere Cemetery. The entries can be found here in the search site for Waikumete Cemetery and Crematorium.http://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/EN/parksfacilities/cemeteries/Pages/westcemeterysearch.aspx If you look on the map on this page you will see that it is Waikumete Cemetery and Crematorium. So all those folk recorded on the Waitakere list should be on Waikumete. Hope this makes sense! Cheers, Ruth Snashall.

the BRYANT on PECK of Taita


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the BULIFF/BULLIFF in Marlborough

the BULIFF family of Marlborugh New Zealand is sometimes spelt BULLIFF

James Buliff on 28 April 1840 on board the ship his father Robert BULLOCK was sailing to Hobart, Tasmania on from India as a discharged soldier of the 96th Regiment

James had an early seafaring life in Tasmania and moved to NZ in 1866

- he married Clara MEECH in Wellington
they had 6 children:
1868 Sarah Ann Bulliff
- married Reuben Henry HODSON in 1889
- Reuben remarried in 1916 to Ellen May BULLIFF

1870-1951 James Robert Bulliff
- married Mary Ann TAYLOR in 1897

1872-1872 Emma Bulliff
- Emma died as an infant

1875-1943 Alfred John Bulliff
- married Ellen May BOYD in 1900
- married Jessie Wilson ASPEN (1885-1962) in 1920

1977 William Ralph Bulliff
- married Emily Sarah Jane RICHARD in 1900

1880 Edward Sydney Tasman Bulliff
- married Emily Isabel COLEMAN in 1901
their children were:
1901 - Olive Zetta Billiff
1906 - Rita Hazel Bulliff
1909 - Edward Sydney Bulliff
1910 - Clarence Sydney Bulliff

1884 Walter Meech Bulliff
- died aged 18 months


James was the Harbourmaster, Pilot & Captain at the Wairau for over 17 years
He died in 1886 aged 45

the Burials in CAMBRIDGE, Waikato - pre 1910 A+B

the original list of burials in CAMBRIDGE, Waikato - pre 1910 were taken from the link above at that name

I have endeavoured to add extra info to that which they provided to help in the search/research of your ancestors

NAMES - A & B

NAMES - C & D

NAMES - E & F & G

NAMES - H & J

NAMES - K & L & Mc

NAMES - M & N & O

NAMES - P & R

NAMES - S

NAMES - T & U & V & W & Y

A

ALCOCK William
- born April 1884
- died 11 December 1884 aged 8 months

ALEXANDER John
- born ?
- died 21 July 1884

ANSLEY W (possibly Walter)
- born 1864
- died 1902 aged 37

ARMER Mary
- born April 1896
- daughter of Edward ARMER & Ellen KITE
- died 6 May 1896 aged 9 days

ARMER Blossie
- born 1886
- daughter of John Henry Day ARMER & Alice JAMES
- died 19 February 1887 aged 8 months

ARMER Henry
- born 1828
- died 5 April 1907 aged 79

ARMER James Arthur
- born 1877
- died 26 April 1879 aged 19 months

AUSLEY Walter
- born ?
- died 12 February 1902 aged ?


B

BARKER Eileen
- born 1888
- died 6 April 1903 aged 15

BARKER Florence Annie
- born 1856
- died 9 January 1892 aged 36

BATE Mary
- born ?
- died 26 Jan 1876

BEERE Blanche Felicia
- born ?
- died 23 February 1894

BEERE Elijah
- born 1839
- died 1914 aged 76

BELL Dora
- born 1880
- daughter of Angus & Jessie BELL
- died 17 November 1883 aged 3

BELL-HEASLIP George Robert
- born 1885
- died 2 February 1891 aged 5

BLACKWELL
- born ?
- died ?

BOND William
- born 1814
- died 18 February 1900 aged 86

BRENNAN William
- born ?
- died ?

BRIGHT John
- born ?
- died ?

BROCKELSBY Joseph
- born 1838
- died 5 March 1893 aged 55

BROCKELSBY Mary Ann
- born 1841
- died 1899 age 58

BROOKS F J (Frederick John Thomas ?)
- born
- died (1885 aged 16 ?)

BROTHY ? Thomas
- born ?
- died 29 January 1909

BROWNE Emma Jane (nee WRIGHT)
- born 1857
- married Thomas Henry BROWN in 1876
- died 20 February 1896 aged 39

BROWNE William Francis
- born 1884
- son of Thomas Henery & Emma Jane BROWNE
- died 12 February 1885 aged 7 months

BRUCE Thomas
- born ?
- died ?

BUTLER Elizabeth Hannah
- born ?
- died 1 February 1887 aged ?

BUTLER Thomas
- born 1807
- died 7 March 1894 aged 87

BUTTLE Martha Robinson (nee CLARKE)
- born ?
- married Henry BUTTLE in 1878
- died 17 March 1881 aged ?

BYCROFT (F W s infant)
- born ?
- died ?

the BURLING in Masterton cemeteries - New Zealand

the BURLING in the Archer St cemeteries Masterton as at 1-11-2010 are:

- there are 2 burials in Riverside cemetery -

ALEXANDER ALFRED Burling
- married Eliza Caroline Gazzard in 1893
- died 30-7-1941 aged 72
- buried PLOT AAB - ROW 12 - AREA Plan III

ALEXANDER ALFRED JESSE Burling
- 2nd child of Alexander Alfred & Eliza Caroline Burling
- married Catherine Mabel Budd in 1920
- died 14-7-1961 aged 64
- buried PLOT AAB - ROW 12 - AREA Plan III

ALFRED Burling
- died 13-9-1903 aged 70
- buried PLOT AB - ROW 2 - AREA Plan II

CATHERINE MABLE Burling (nee BUDD)
- married Alexander Alfred Jesse Burling in 1920
- died 3-7-1976 aged 80
- buried PLOT CMB - ROW 12 - AREA Plan III

CHARLES ARTHUR Burling
- married Gladys Ethel Wood in 1920
- died 22-1-1962 aged 67
- buried PLOT CAB - ROW 7 - AREA Ex Servicemen
Charles served in WWI aged 21:
SERIAL NUMBER - 25185
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
NEXT OF KIN - *Charles R. Burling (father), Pongaroa
BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Expeditionary Force
EMBARKATION UNIT - 14th Reinforcements, J Company
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 56 OR 57
VESSEL - Maunganui or Tahiti
DESTINATION - Devonport, England
* his parents were Charles Redden Burling & Mary (nee Burling)

CHARLES WARREN Burling
- died 15-11-1964 aged 43
- buried PLOT CWB - ROW 16 - AREA Plan II

ELIZA CAROLINE Burling (nee GAZZARD)
- married Alexander Alfred Burling in 1893
- died 24-4-1963 aged 95
- buried PLOT ECB - ROW 11 - AREA Plan III

ELIZA CAROLINE LILLIAN Burling
- 1st child of Alexander Alfred & Eliza Caroline Burling
- died 28-6-1897 aged 22 months
- buried PLOT ECB - ROW 12 - AREA Plan III

ELIZABETH Burling
- died 10-8-1977 aged 90
- buried PLOT EB - ROW 26 - AREA Plan I

FREDRICK ROSS Burling
- died 21-3-1927 aged 3
- buried PLOT FRB - ROW 16 - AREA Plan II

GLADYS ETHEL Burling (nee WOOD)
- married Charles Arthur Burling in 1920
- died 20-8-1975 aged 76
- buried PLOT GEB - ROW 16 - AREA Plan II

MARGARET AGNES Burling
- died 12-7-2002 aged 82
- buried PLOT 12 - ROW F - AREA Ex Servicmen at Riverside
- interred with Noel Burling

MARY (Mrs Alfred) Burling
- died 11-3-1914 aged 69
- buried AB - ROW 2 - AREA Plan II

NOEL ALLAN JAMES Burling
- died 10-6-1992 aged 71
- buried PLOT 12 - ROW A-F - AREA Ex Servicmen at Riverside
- interred with Margaret Burling

SARAH Burling (nee BURLING)
- married William Alfred Burling in 1882
- died 22-9-1951 aged 85
- buried PLOT SB - ROW 10 - AREA Plan I

WILLIAM ALFRED Burling
- married Sarah Burling 1882
- died 25-8-1925 aged 71
- buried PLOT WAB - ROW 10 - AREA Plan I

the BUSH FIRES in CARTERTON, New Zealand 1872

the following article was taken from PAPERS PAST ...
- it shows names of some of those in the Wairarapa who experienced the Fire of Carterton in January 1872
- Thanks to the National Library of New Zealand -
.. PAPERS PAST - EVENING POST, volume VII, Issue 299, 30th January, 1872, page 2
surnames in capitals and where available, links, are mine for ease of seeing ancestors - otherwise written as is

BUSH FIRES (from the Wairarapa Mercury)
We regret to have to record one of the most devastating fires that have taken place in the Wairarapa for many years.
One Sunday last some lads set fire to a piece of felled bush situated on Hooker's line, about half-a mile from Carterton, and it burnt slowly all that day and night, gradually creeping towards the main road.

On Monday, the wind getting up, brought the fire into the heart of the township, we regret to say, to the utter ruin of many of the small farmers, who have after the toil of years, managed to create comfortable homesteads.

In addition to the above there has been a large quantity of fencing destroyed, while the amount of grass over which the fire ran, will cause any of the settlers to be put to very serious inconvenience to provide food for the stock during the ensuing winter.

How the Hall and School buildings, with the Carterton Stockade escaped , is a mystery.

Mr CADWALLADER'S Hotel had a very narrow escape, and but for the energy of those present must have been destroyed.
All the buildings were uninsured. We understand that a subscription list will be opened for the relief of the unfortunate persons who have lost so much in so short a time.

The fires on the Taratahi Plain have also done great damage. Mr MITCHELL has lost, we are informed, nearly three miles of four rail fencing, and Messrs WALKER and STRANG also a quantity. Mr WILTON'S furze hedges were completely destroyed, and to show the force of the fire, we may mention that the waggons (sic) laden with wool, after being drawn from Masterton to RAY'S were taken back on Tuesday night and left in the bed of the Waingawha River as the only place of safety.

These fires have not been confined to Carterton; from all parts of the country we hear of the destruction of grass, &c, on the runs, and among others we have to report the burning of Mr VALLANCE'S old house at Koumingi; this, although of not great intrinsic value, has been used for some years as a shearing shed, and we are glad to hear that the wool press lately erected in an adjoining building was uninjured.

On Wednesday an investigation was held at the Town Hall, Carterton, Mr R. FAIRBROTHER in the chair. There was a fair attendance, and after a careful inquiry it was decided to solicit the Coroner to hold an inquest.
The Chairman wrote a letter to Dr. SPRATT, of which the following is a copy:-

Carterton, 24th January, 1872
.. Dear Sir - The settlers of Carterton have held a meeting respecting the late fire, and as it seems from statements made at the meeting that the fire was lit wilfully, the people hereby request that you will hold an inquest on said fire at your earliest convenience
Yours respectfully
R.Fairbrother - On behalf of the Meeting, Dr. SPRATT, Greytown

On Thursday a jury was assembled and after a tedious inquest, the following verdict was returned:-
"That a fire having been lit on the land of THOMAS OLIVER by JAMES
PETERS, jun., at the request of THOMAS OLIVER, and other bush fires being alight at the same time in the neighbourhood, the dwelling-houses of WILLIAM CRAWFORD and WILLIAM BOSLEY, situated in Carterton, Wairarapa, took fire on the 22nd January 1872, and were burnt down; but there is not sufficient evidence to show which of the fires
aforesaid caused the said houses to be so burnt down.
The jury expressed a hope that at the next meeting of the Provincial Counccil an act will be passed to prevent persons setting fires, except at certain seasons of the year"

The following is a list of the properties burnt, with their approximate value...

CRAWFORD - wheelwright's shop and house, ?80
BOSLEY - house, ?30
KING'S - shop and house, ?80
PARKER - barn and hay, ?20
DIXON - cowshed and hay, ?20
STRANG'S - house, barn and hay, ?35
DODD'S - shop and house, occupied by PHILPOTTS, ?20
APLING'S - whare, (house) ?10
CALLISTER'S - outhouses, hay &c., ?35
GREATHEAD'S - house, blacksmith's shop, coal &c., ?100.
- (I chose William because he was a blacksmith but so was his father and possibly a brother or two)
MERRICK'S - shed with hay, ?20
MOORE'S - shed with hay, ?25
BUDD'S shed &c, ?30
JOHN'S - barn and dairy, ?25

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the C & D burials in CAMBRIDGE, Waikato - pre 1910

the original list of burials in CAMBRIDGE, Waikato - pre 1910 were taken from the link above at that name

I have endeavoured to add extra info to that which they provided to help in the search/research of your ancestors

NAMES - A & B

NAMES - C & D

NAMES - E & F & G

NAMES - H & J

NAMES - K & L & Mc

NAMES - M & N & O

NAMES - P & R

NAMES - S

NAMES - T & U & V & W & Y


C

CALLAWAY Mary
- born 1883
- died 12 August 1908 aged 25

CAMPBELL Jane Billet
- born 1842
- died 3 January 1906 aged 64

CARROLL Bessie
- born 1884
- died 27 November 1908 aged 24

CARROLL Elizabeth
- born 1859
- died 1 June 1899 aged 40

CERS ? Joseph
- born ?
- died 4 June 1882

CHUBB Francis Henry
- born June 1899
- son of William CHUBB & Phoebe BELL
- died 27 January 1900 aged 7 months

CHUBB George Waters
- born March 1897
- son of William CHUBB & Phoebe BELL
- died 12 May 1897 7 weeks

CHUBB John
- born January 1893
- son of William CHUBB & Phoebe BELL
- died 17 January 1893 16 days

CHUBB John
- born July 1898
- son of William CHUBB & Phoebe BELL
- died 9 March 1899 aged 8 months

CHUBB William
- born March 1894
- son of William CHUBB & Phoebe BELL
- died 3 March 1894 aged 5 hours

CHUBB William
- born April 1901
- died 8 May 1901 aged 10 days

CLARK Nellie
- born September 1903
- died 26 February 1905 aged 17 months

CLARK Harold
- born 1888
- died 13 February 1906 aged 18

COCKRANE Thomas
- born ?
- died 30 April 1870 age not recorded

COLTMAN Robert Henry
- born April 1876
- died 15 June 1876 aged 6 weeks

COOK William James
- born ?
- died 1 April 1909

COX Mrs
- born ?
- died ?

CUNNINGHAM William Dr
- born 1834
- died 16 August 1884 aged 50


D

DALY Lawrence Dermot
- born August 1880
- died 6 May 1881 aged 9 monhs

DAVIS
- born ?
- died ?

DELAHUNTY Eileen
- born ?
- died ?

DENNISTON
- born ?
- died ?

DENTON W
- born ?
- died ?

DIXON
- born ?
- died ?

DODD George Burton
- born 1877
- son of William DODD & Clare
- died 17 April 1904 aged 27

DODD Mabel Sarah
- born January 1886
- daughter of William DODD & Maro JOHNSTON
- died 29 June 1886 aged 5 months

DODD Walter James
- born May 1895
- son of William DODD & Maro JOHNSTON
- died 8 July 1895 aged 8 weeks

DORANCE Ethel Selina Redman
- born January 1904
- died 9 April 1904 aged 3 months