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"V" names - OLD GORGE Cemetery, Woodville

the 'Residents' of
OLD GORGE CEMETERY
, Woodville, New Zealand

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W

V
VEALE
- Raymond George 1930-1955

VICKERS
- Joseph Aristead 1865-1958
- Mabel (nee Ruscoe) 1877-1958

VOSS - Cissy Janes 1881-1943

"W" names - OLD GORGE Cemetery, Woodville

the 'Residents' of
OLD GORGE CEMETERY
, Woodville, New Zealand

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W

W
WADE
- Eva Tily 1891-1891
- George 1871-1935

WAKEMAN
- John James 1872-1896

WALKER
- unnamed baby boy 1922-1922
- Benjamin Parker 1835-1900
- Eliza Ann (nee Groves) 1863-1932
- Enoch 1840-1907
- Esther Mary 1869-1929
- Hector Greenhaigh 1899-190
- Isabel Rhoda 1887-1963
- Ivy Gertie 1892-1911
- Ivy Belle (nee Hammond) 1889-1981
- Jane (nee Greenhaig) 1841-1879
- Joyce Louisa E. 1908-1956
- Leonard Ainsworth 1887-1952
- Margaret Olive Eveline (nee Turner) 1887-1917
- Rolland Hugh Stowell 1888-1965
- Tom 1862-1945
- William 1939-1939

WALSH
- Johanna 1890-1891

WALTON
- George 1852-1890

WARDROP
- Gavin William 1879-1932

WARE
- Annie Mary (nee Pidgeon) 1881-1941
- Charles 1884-1972
- Elizabeth (nee Cordell) 1851-1927
- Emily 1881-1935
- Grace Marion (nee Wood) 1889-1979
- Henry Thomas 1839-1917
- William John 1873-1935

WARNOCK
- unnamed baby 1926-1926
- unnamed baby 1928-1928

WATSON
- John William 1853-1900

WATT
- Andrew William 1862-1954
- Harriet Potter 1862-1947
- Isabella Graham 1847-1930
- Olive 1897-1943

WATTIE
- Joan Read 1914-1995

WAUGH
- Brian Leslie 1933-1935
- John Joseph 1883-1940
- John 1853-1913
- Mabel Alvera (nee Clarke) 1895-1989
- Mary Ann 1857-1918

WEBB
- Ivy Millicent 1886-1908

WEBBER
- Mary 1861-1925

WEST
- Elsie Isabel 1915-1917
- Lillian Mary (nee Palmer) 1879-1959
- Thomas William 1871-1950

WESTGATE
- Colleen 1927-2007

WESTOBY
- Robert 1845-1884
- Annie (nee McVeil) 1858-1937

WHIBLEY
- Edwin James 1849-1908

WHITE
- Anthony 1957-1957
- Catherine Barbara 1901-1903
- Francis James 1890-1891

WICKS
- Margaret (nee McCleave) 1881-1938

WIGZELL
- Francis/Frederic Alfred 1863-1935
- Margaret (nee Peavoy) 1853-1916
- Percy George Alfred 1891-1962
- Walter Henry 1900-1900

WILEY
- William 1889-1889

WILKS
- Mary Ann Roberts 1877-1889

WILLIAMS
- Abraham Firth 1889-1964
- Annie Isabella (nee Cade) 1888-1958
- Eliza Maud (nee Ingram) 1880-1930
- Henry 1837-1889
- Jessie Rachel (nee Palmer) 1887-1968
- Lawrence 1879-1945
- Mary 1929-1929
- Susan 1826-1883
- Walter Valentine 1882-1955

WILLS
- Arthur George 1881-1905
- Kate (nee Williams) 1879-1944
- William 1871-1942

WILSON
- Alice Jane (nee Rendle) 1878-1947
- Esther Jane 1899-1899
- Estrella Blanche 1909-1958
- Henry 1882-1889
- Lewis Charles 1882-1883
- Robert 1852-1902
- Robert 1908-1990
- William John 1877-1969

WILTON
- unnamed baby 1951-1951

WOLFSBAUER
- unnamed baby 1939-1939

WOOD
- Harry George 1883-1918
- Jessie 1901-1901

WORBOYS
- Elizabeth Thomazine (nee Morgan) 1876-1941
- Iris Dorothy (nee Vickers) 1904-1955
- John Morgan ?-1946
- unnamed prem baby 1977-1977
- Sydney Edward 1877-1958

WRIGHT
- unnamed prem baby 1924-1924
- Elizabeth Hannah (nee Burgess) 1863-1948
- Walter Duncan 1878-1953
- William 1866-1925
- William John 1863-1948

WYMAN
- Harriett Jarvis (nee Aston) 1864-1887

' ULPH ' surname, common among the VIKINGS and SAXONS

I have a few UPLHs in my family tree (distant branch) and did a search of the name because it is rather unusual. For anyone else interested in this name I found this site very informative ULPH

'residents' of ASHHURST cemetery, Manawatu

ASHHURST is a small town in Manawatu, situated 14km northeast of Palmerston North. It is a small rural town with a population of 2,526 (2006 census)

How it was in about 1895: Ashhurst and its pioneers (with photos)

This is a list of all those those buried in ASHHURST CEMETERY Manawatu, as at March 2011
click the above link to find more info & photos (if available)


ABBISS, Elsie Isobel 04/08/2008 aged

ABERHART, Albert 06/04/1907

ABRAHAM, Ernest Joseph 30/10/1915

ACKERMAN, ALLAN COLLIS WILLIAM 05/02/1993
ACKERMAN, CHRISTINE MARGARET 08/12/1954
ACKERMAN, DAVID ALLAN 06/02/1982
ACKERMAN, ETHEL CLARENCE 21/11/1977
ACKERMAN, unknown
ACKERMAN, WILLIAM JOHN 25/09/1972

ADLINGTON ESTATE, MARJORIE 07/11/2008
ADLINGTON, GERALD HUGH 06/06/2007
ADLINGTON, ISABEL MARY 01/04/1969
ADLINGTON, REX ALAN 26/01/2000
ADLINGTON, STANLEY THOMAS 09/03/1993
ADLINGTON, STANLEY WALLACE 09/05/1940

AIKEN, HENRY GEORGE 05/07/1976
AIKEN, MURIEL CHRISTINE 08/05/1969

AITKEN, LOUISA 16/12/1926

ALDINGTON, P W 623342 15/04/1983

ALLWRIGHT, BESSIE 20/04/1902
ALLWRIGHT, MILDRED JANE IRENE 18/08/1949
ALLWRIGHT, SARAH ANN 25/02/1934
ALLWRIGHT, WILLIAM 03/02/1942

ANDERSON, ANGUS
ANDERSON, MARY ALEXIA

ANNEAR, AGNES JOSEPHINE 01/02/1967
ANNEAR, CHARLES GEORGE 29/06/1980
ANNEAR, VERONICA LILIAN 09/10/1928

ANSIN, JANET 21/12/1952

AUE, ALBERT 27/12/1958
AUE, ELIZABETH 25/09/1961

AUSTIN, TERESA VERONICA 21/07/1956

BABBAGE, ARTHUR JOHN 18/04/1997
BABBAGE, Susan Ann 04/02/1966

BADGER, ADELINE IDA 27/08/2001
BADGER, ERIC SMITH 28/03/1969
BADGER, GWENDOLINE ISABEL MARY 13/05/1972
BADGER, ULA AGNES 14/01/2007

BAKEN, WASLEY RAYMOND 24/11/1988

BALDWIN, ELIZABETH 05/12/1931
BALDWIN, WILLIAM 02/05/1937

BALMER, L/CPL Patrick William Archibald 15/05/1962 aged 68

BANKS, LYNETTE SHIRLEY 21/08/1960

BARNES, EMMA 21/07/1938
BARNES, LOUISA 28/05/1904
BARNES, ROSA JULIA 31/03/1957
BARNES, WALTER JOHN 22/12/1949
BARNES, WILLIAM 05/10/1942

BAUCKHAM, Alfred Whitefield 31/12/1907 aged 8 months
BAUCKHAM, ARTHUR DEAR
BAUCKHAM, ARTHUR DEAR
BAUCKHAM, AURTHUR MUREHEAD 20/12/1922
BAUCKHAM, CHARLES 03/01/1916
BAUCKHAM, ELLEN 15/02/1923
BAUCKHAM, ELSIE 06/11/1912
BAUCKHAM, JULIA MARTHA 17/11/1919
BAUCKHAM, SOPHIE WILKINSON

BERKAHN, NGAIRE G. 16/12/1987
BERKAHN, STANLEY 16/09/1990

BIRKINSHAW, CHARLES 05/09/1939
BIRKINSHAW, LOUISA 22/12/1938

BLACKLER, CPL Charles John 20/05/1980 aged 59

BLASKETT, MARY 03/06/1927
BLASKETT, WILLIAM 16/01/1928

BLEAKLEY, HELEN MARY 04/12/1991

BOWATER, GEORGE WILLIAM 30/08/1910

BUCHANAN, BERYL ELLALINE 27/08/1972

BURNARD, ETHEL MARY 07/08/1968
BURNARD, THOMAS PETHICK 02/01/1963

CALDWELL, ALICE FRANCES 30/12/1965
CALDWELL, DOUGLAS 17/08/1937
CALDWELL, EDITH 27/05/1955
CALDWELL, EDITH CATHERINE 05/01/1964
CALDWELL, Ellen Elizabeth 02/12/1933 aged 81
CALDWELL, KENNETH 01/04/1918
CALDWELL, KENNETH BRUCE 25/08/1990
CALDWELL, Lindsay Alexander 26/11/1928 aged 83
CALDWELL, MINNIE 28/09/1962
CALDWELL, OLIVER 25/07/1935

CALLESEN, EMMA 05/03/1904 Ashhu
CALLESEN, FREDERICK NORMAN 21/11/1989
CALLESEN, MARY
CALLESEN, THERESA CHRISTINA 01/10/1948
CALLESEN, VOLLE 17/09/1931

CAMPBELL, CATHERINE 12/03/1992
CAMPBELL, FLORENCE FRANCES 20/01/1972
CAMPBELL, FRANCIS ROLAND 09/06/1967
CAMPBELL, LINCOLN GEORGE 10/03/1991
CAMPBELL, MARY AGNES 23/06/1980

CARIAN, ERNEST GEORGE 14/02/2010
CARTER, EDITH LAURA 10/02/1973
CARTER, ISAAC HENRY 25/01/1952

CHARLTON, CLIFTON 20/05/1905

CLAYTON, CPL Athol Rhoyd Cardiner 09/04/1980 aed 76

CRAVEN, JOY 18/12/1907

DALGITY, CLARA ADA 11/10/1953
DALGITY, ROBERT CRUICKSHANKS 12/08/1940

DAVEY, AMBROSE
DAVEY, ELIZABETH FANNY 01/04/1920

DAVID, JOSEPHINE 05/10/1904

DAVIS, ALEXANDER 28/02/1994
DAVIS, ALEXANDER 28/02/1994
DAVIS, ANNIE 03/05/1978
DAVIS, DANIEL
DAVIS, EUNICE REBE ETHEL 12/07/1963
DAVIS, GAYNOR MABEL 03/03/2009
DAVIS, JANET
DAVIS, ROBERT 04/06/1904
DAVIS, RUSSELL FRANK 15/04/1973
DAVIS, WILLIAM EDWARD 07/04/1953
DAVIS, ZEPPHIE ANN 12/12/1998

DAY, ALFRED JAMES
DAY, ANNIE ELIZA

DEAN, Percy Nesbit 17/07/1989 aged 87

EDWARDS, DORIS 27/03/1920
EDWARDS, MAY 07/04/1916

EVANS, BRIAN 20/08/1953
EVANS, DOROTHY 13/02/1957
EVANS, DOUGLAS LLOYD 18/04/1994
EVANS, ELIZABETH
EVANS, GRACE JOYCE 06/04/1955
EVANS, JOHN 22/05/1933
EVANS, WILLIAM 26/12/1979

FAIRLESS, BERT 02/09/1978
FAIRLESS, CECEIL HUGH 09/05/1987
FAIRLESS, EDITH MYRTLE 23/06/1962
FAIRLESS, HUGH 18/08/1973
FAIRLESS, ISABELLA 25/04/1965
FAIRLESS, JOSEPH WILLIAM 06/08/1939
FAIRLESS, LESLIE HUGH 09/08/1996
FAIRLESS, MAE 12/09/1982
FAIRLESS, WILLIAM S 14/04/1948

FARNELL, CAPTAIN A J 30/09/1959
FARNELL, DAISEY A 09/05/1986

FARQUHAR, ELIZABETH GOULD 22/02/1923

FAY, ANTHONY 13/04/1948

FINLAY, AGNES NOBLE 08/07/1938

FRANCIS, ALFRED PERCY
FRANCIS, MARY ISOBEL
FRANCIS, MAY 17/09/1986
FRANCIS, SGT Alfred Norman Walpole 19/09/1979 aged 67

FRANKLIN, ELIZABETH ANN 19/11/1944
FRANKLIN, ELIZABETH MILLY (Daughter) 04/06/1965
FRANKLIN, EMILY 14/12/1912
FRANKLIN, GLADYS (Daughter) 18/04/1908
FRANKLIN, RONALD 30/06/1907
FRANKLIN, WALTER (Son) 30/10/1936

GABRIEL, MARGARET (Daughter Mrs A Shaw) 04/02/1939

GARDINER, ELLEN 07/01/1930
GARDINER, GEORGE 09/10/1904
GARDINER, THOMAS 23/09/1933

GARDNER, ALFRED 21/05/1932
GARDNER, ALFRED 21/05/1932
GARDNER, EMILY 27/12/1947

GERRARD, ADA 06/03/1994
GERRARD, JAMES ALEXANDER 13/08/1948

GLASGOW, Bernard Henry "Bennie" 08/05/1988

GRAMMER, EMMA 01/07/1950
GRAMMER, ISAAC 29/11/1918

GRANGER, PETER FRANK 10/07/2007

GREATOREX, WILLIAM 30/01/1944

HACKETT, CARL SIMON 18/06/2007
HACKETT, CLARENCE 16/07/2009
HACKETT, CONSTANCE MABEL
HACKETT, DOROTHY GRACE 30/01/2011
HACKETT, ELIZABETH MATILDA 19/09/1976
HACKETT, ELIZABETH SOPHIA 08/01/1922
HACKETT, LEONARD LESLIE 15/12/1978
HACKETT, LESLIE THOMAS JAMES 08/08/1999
HACKETT, THOMAS ALFRED 29/11/1938
HACKETT, WILLIAM FRANCIS STANLEY 25/07/1904

HADFIELD, ELINOR 08/05/1963
HADFIELD, RALPH HENRY 28/07/1967

HALFORD, CECIL EDWARD GEORGE 21/01/1953
HALFORD, ELEANOR 18/01/1908

HALL, CECIL WILFRED 12/04/1911
HALL, GRAEME 26/08/1945
HALL, HENRY WINTON 13/08/1971
HALL, IDA A S 08/10/1944
HALL, KATHLEEN EMILY 12/09/1986
HALL, LOTTIE 16/03/1922
HALL, NOEL GRAHAM 20/07/2004
HALL, PATRICK HARTFORD 02/06/1983
HALL, Robert Leslie Vickers 03/07/1938 aged 68
HALL, THOMAS 17/06/1944
HALL, VIOLET LOUISA 06/10/1960

HANCOCK, JOYCE 30/06/2009

HANLON, ISABEL 17/06/1981
HANLON, WILLIAM PATRICK 10/07/1961

HARDI, TOM ARTHUR

HARKNESS, EDWARD JOHN 18/08/1950
HARKNESS, FLORENCE FRANCES 09/01/1945

HAROLD, RODNEY MICHAEL CHARLES 28/08/2009

HARRIS, CHARLES THOMAS 06/03/1961
HARRIS, JULIA 16/09/1947
HARRIS, MINNIE 06/10/1961

HARRISON, ANNA MARIA 03/01/1934
HARRISON, THOMAS 16/05/1930

HART, ALBERT 14/12/1940
HART, BEATRICE IRENE 13/04/1950
HART, DOROTHY MAY 28/02/1916
HART, ELIZABETH 11/03/1930
HART, HAROLD LEONARD 17/09/1916
HART, HAROLD LEONARD 17/09/1916
HART, HERBERT 17/01/1946
HART, LOUISA ADELINE 10/10/1956
HART, LOUISA ANNE 31/12/1945
HART, MARGARET 18/04/1960
HART, MARTIN 09/01/1911
HART, MARY ANN 30/11/1934
HART, REGGIE 15/02/1909
HART, RICHARD 20/02/1903
HART, ROBERT 25/01/1932
HART, SUSAN 11/08/1909
HART, THOMAS 30/11/1918

HAVILL, Billie 28/01/1931 aged 2.6
HAVILL, born still, no year

HAYNES, ETHEL C 16/03/1923
HAYNES, JANE 28/06/1908
HAYNES, WALTER 20/09/1907
HAYNES, WILLIAM 11/01/1915

HAYWARD, ANNIE DEAR 28/11/1918
HAYWARD, EARNEST GEORGE 08/08/1966
HAYWARD, EVA KATE 08/07/1985
HAYWARD, JANE 02/07/1937
HAYWARD, KATE DEAR 28/12/1966
HAYWARD, WALTER HAROLD 19/12/1993

HAYWOOD, UNKNOWN

HEATH, FLORENCE MARIA 01/03/1956
HEATH, FLORENCE MARY (Daughter)
HEATH, JOHN 26/10/1924

HYNDMAN, AMY ELIZABETH (Nee MAUNDER) 04/02/1989

HYNDMAN, ROBERT 30/12/1964

JACKSON, EILEEN MAY 08/10/2003
JACKSON, HUIA 06/12/1920
JACKSON, MALCOLM HOLMES 22/12/1978
JACKSON, MARY JANE (Mother) 14/03/1930
JACKSON, Thomas Claude Grammer 30/06/1917 aged 18

JELLYMAN, FREDERICK JOHN 16/09/1914

KAMPMAN, JOHAN JAN CORNEL 30/09/2008

KILSBY ESTATE, HAROLD NORMAN 22/01/2009

KIRKPATRICK, RUTH 25/01/1961

KIRSHAW, BETTY 24/07/1918

LACY, FLORA ELIZABETH 01/03/1940
LACY, MARIA 30/03/1903

LAKEMAN, ELEANOR CAROLINE

LANKSHEAR, L/SGT Ernest James 26/07/1960 aged 77

LARSEN, ALMA THERESA 31/03/1957
LARSEN, Carl Hjalmar Henrick 28/06/1956 aged 74
LARSEN, HERBERT DOUGLAS 07/04/1921
LARSEN, LOIS JEAN 27/06/1943

LAYCOCK, ROBERT DOVER 26/01/1988

LEAMY, CAROLINE ANN 17/10/1996
LEAMY, EDWARD (NED) 18/07/1979
LEAMY, EDWARD (NED) 18/07/1979

LE'PARKS, WO1 L 11/09/1971

LOACH, BERNADETTE 11/02/2010

LUCAS, Athol Carl 20/03/2006 aged 75
LUCAS, Frances Ann 25/03/1918 aged 72
LUCAS, Laura 08/11/1967 aged 86
LUCAS, Martha Jane 09/01/1909 aged 38
LUCAS, Trevor Carl 21/05/1994 aged 42
LUCAS, Valerie 12/01/2009 aged 75
LUCAS, William Herbert 08/01/1950 aged 77

MACKAY, Devyn Jade 04/04/2001 born still
MacKAY, Elva Mary 30/05/1947 aged 38
MACKAY, Robert 06/07/1965

MAI, Alice Beatrice 10/12/1966 aged 75
MAI, Kathleen Julia 07/02/1979 aged 78
MAI, Mary Eliza 08/09/1935 aged 64
MAI, Matthias Petersen 20/05/1947 aged 83
MAI, Thomas Henry 22/10/1984 aged 90

MARSHALL, Agnes Cunninham 19/09/2001 aged 81
MARSHALL, Albert John "JACK" 06/02/1982 aged 72
MARSHALL, Dulcie Alice Esther 12/04/1961 aged 36
MARSHALL, Florence Rose 29/11/1918 aged 38
MARSHALL, Frederick Horace 10/06/1995 aged 86
MARSHALL, Robert Keith 04/03/1982 aged 62
MARSHALL, Thelma Louise 01/09/1997 aged 80

MARU, Selina Anna 24/09/1941 aged 78

MAUL, Dora 28/12/1923 aged 32
MAUL, Frederick Alfred Otto 30/07/1930 aged 64
MAUL, Petra Malia 30/03/1960 aged 92

MAUNDER, Allen Clarke 1930 aged 4
MAUNDER, Annie Selina 05/05/1931 aged 53
MAUNDER, George Steen 30/10/1969 aged 89
MAUNDER, Jane 07/06/1920
MAUNDER, Jessie Irvine 12/04/1970 aged 91
MAUNDER, Joseph Clarke 20/11/1930 aged 81
MAUNDER, William Steere 05/02/1955 aged 82

MAY, Mabel Louisa 14/03/1972 aged 78

McCRAE, Amy Kathleen Seymour 04/01/1977 aged 89
MCCRAE, Helen Margaret 20/06/1988 aged 78
McCRAE, John Wlliam 26/10/1970 aged 85

McKINLAY, Edith 03/10/1950 aged 60
McKINLAY, PTE Angus 22/11/1969 aged 77

MEADS, Bernard James 06/11/2002 aged 85
MEADS, Jean Annette 06/12/1995 aged 73

MERRICK, Nancy McCallum 20/01/2009 aged 90

MILNE, Joan Catherine 04/09/2010 aged 90

MOAR, Margaret "Maggie" 1903 aged 37
MOAR, Simon Souter 1929 aged 69

MORGAN, Agnes Ethel Joyce 21/05/1959 aged 2 weeks
MORGAN, Francis Joyce 08/05/1959 aged 34 ?
MORGAN, JOYCE (Baby)
MORGAN, JOYCE (Baby)
MORGAN, Joyce Frances 05/05/1959 aged 34 ?
MORGAN, Sister Margaret Elizabeth Gladys 26/10/1952 aged 55

O'GRADY, Idena Belle 12/09/1994 aged 81

ORANGE, Charlotte Ann 15/12/1971 aged 84
ORANGE, PTE David Lauda 01/02/1978 aged 67
ORANGE, William Lauda 08/10/1953 aged 83

PAINE, William John (Sgt) 04/08/1939 aed 73

PALMER, Edward Henry 14/12/2008 aged 87
PALMER, Job 01/05/1938 aged 85
PALMER, Mary Ann 29/05/1954
PALMER, Rosina Elizabeth 16/01/2009

PATON, Alexander 22/02/1913 aged 80
PATON, Elizabeth Daplyn 30/05/1991 aged 59
PATON, Isabella 29/07/1943 aged 81
PATON, John Henry 05/03/1934 aged 75
PATON, Mervyn Ian 23/06/2004 aged 85
PATON, Mona May 12/06/1968 aged 72
PATON, Theodore 22/09/1970 aged 76

PATTERSON, Brian Arthur (Son) 13/05/1942 aged 24
PATTERSON, Irene Alice 12/02/1970 aged 82
PATTERSON, John Samuel Gyllenspetz 21/06/1952 age 76
PATTERSON, Mary Ellen 20/11/1918 aged 71

PATTINSON, Thomas 09/02/1912 aged 72

PEACH, Arthur (Brother) 02/06/1926 aged 82
PEACH, Frederick 28/11/1925 aged 84

PRATT, Edith Ferguson 17/08/1994 aged 83
PRATT, Frederick George 13/01/1999 aged 87
PRATT, Lloyd 30/06/2010
PRATT, Samuel Frederick Gordon 01/12/2010

RALFE, Annie 21/06/1931 aged 54
RALFE, Catherine Hester 06/04/1912 aged 79
RALFE, Dorothy Elizabeth 03/07/1984 aged 86
RALFE, Spencer Whitfeld 28/08/1945 aged 79

RAMSAY, Margaret 29/07/1974 aged 85

READ, Douglas Ernest Arthur 12/12/1910 aged 5 months
READ, Frederick George 02/09/1966 aged 81
READ, Margaret Elizabeth 29/03/1977 aged 88
READ, Sylvia Louise 08/05/1994 aged 83

RICHARDSON, Winifred Olive Mary 17/10/1987 aged 83

ROWBOTHAM, CPL John Alfred 15/05/1978 aged 58
ROWBOTHAM, David 14/08/1947 aged 11
ROWBOTHAM, John Algernon 10/1969 08/10/1964
ROWBOTHAM, James Clement 450884 24/09/1983 aged 61
ROWBOTHAM, Mary 1927 aged 33
ROWBOTHAM, Olive Madeline 31/05/1983 aged 75

SANDERS, Albert Edwin 10/06/1962 aged 84
SANDERS, EDWIN 1928 aged 75
SANDERS, Elizabeth 22/09/1963 aged 81
SANDERS, Frederick James 18/07/1945 aged 70
SANDERS, Gail Beatrice 27/08/1971 aged 5
SANDERS, Lizzie Beatrice 22/09/1962 aged 60
SANDERS, Mary Ann 1914 aged 67
SANDERS, Myrtle amud 27/11/1918 aged 36
SANDERS, Percy William 'Toby' 11/09/1930 aged 50

SCOTLAND, PTE Alexander 24/12/1953 aged 53

SEARLE, Amy Martha 01/01/1986 aged 79
SEARLE, Angela 1924 (buried with Joan Aileen)
SEARLE, Annie Evelyn 1965 aged 90
SEARLE, Charles aged 57
SEARLE, Eleanor Maria 12/05/1905 aged 85
SEARLE, Frances 05/10/1928 aged 50
SEARLE, George 04/03/1922 aged 71
SEARLE, Jane 29/01/1929 aged 78
SEARLE, Jeannie Doris Barron 14/04/1959 aged 62
SEARLE, Joan Aileen 1925 aged 3 days (buried with Angela)
SEARLE, John Benjamin 13/08/1960 aged 61
SEARLE, John George Colin 03/03/1961 aged 56
SEARLE, Kenneth Charles 1853 aged 42
SEARLE, Robert John Porter 31/07/2002 aged 75
SEARLE, Thomas aged 65

SHAW, ESTHER LILIAN 1951 aged 63
SHAW, LOUISA ANNIE (Mother) 1952 aged 84

SINCLAIR, Esme Marcia 17/12/2010 aged 89

SMALL, Grace Lydia 06/02/1980 aged 90
SMALL, James 03/04/1943 aged 64

SMART, Henry William 08/10/1968 aged 89
SMART, Julia 28/03/1965 78 OR 90

SOANE, John 26/11/1915 aged 32

SPELMAN, Clifton Edward 24/07/1926 aged 4 days
SPELMAN, Coralie Margaret 26/01/1970 aged 73
SPELMAN, Coernelius Michael 02/10/1970 aged 76
SPELMAN, Delphin Patrick 09/06/1960 aged 64
SPELMAN, Janet Mary 24/06/1974 aged 75
SPELMAN, John Edward 30/05/1961 aged 70
SPELMAN, Phyllis Myrtle 12/06/1976 aged 71
SPELMAN, Thomas John 28/12/1978 aged 87
SPELMAN, Veronica Mary 17/01/1987 82

STEEDMAN, Peter 23/06/1998 aged 73

STRAWBRIDGE, Seth James 22/12/2000 aged 18

SULLIVAN, TPR John Arthur 06/08/1973 aged 78

TAGG, Elizabeth Alice 19/12/1944 aged 53
TAGG, Henry Masn 14/06/1955 aged 84
TAGG, Rose 23/11/1932 aged 58

TAPP, Olave 28/05/1935 aged 70

TAYLOR, Elsie Nora 08/09/1932 aged 39
TAYLOR, Karl Ernest 26/03/1915 aged 19

THESSMAN, Amelia Auguste Johanne aged 88
THESSMAN, Johann Fredrick aged 80
THESSMAN, Otto Frank 08/12/1910 aged 33

THOMAS, Betty 14/09/1993 aged 65
THOMAS, Lesley Joan Alexis 24/10/2008 aged 51
THOMAS, Phillip Witham 'Phil' 26/02/1989 aged 65

TRASK, Bonnie Doone 01/11/2001 aged 3 weeks from 81
TRASK, Carole Mary 04/10/1955 aged 4
TRASK, Robert George 15/06/2001 aged 79 (& 11 days)

TRASS, Alfred Warden 14/07/1952 aged 74
TRASS, Evelyn Louisa 27/06/1993 aged 87
TRASS, Martha 17/04/1973 aged 93

TREMEWAN, Fanny 1948 aged 89
TREMEWAN, Joseph Polglass aged 65
TREMEWAN, Leonard Gordon 19/06/1932 aged 46
TREMEWAN, Ronald 03/11/2002 aged 77
TREMEWAN, Winifred 16/09/1978 88

UNMARKED, SUSPECT GRAVE

WAGSTAFF, Arthur Albert 17/09/1916
WAGSTAFF, Janet Hannah Nettie 26/08/1908
WAGSTAFF, Leonard John Campbell 21/01/1987 aged 81

WALKER, Joan Mary (nee HYNDMAN) 02/03/2005 aged 78

WALPOLE, Mary Jane 1939 aged 87
WALPOLE, William 1926 aged 79

WALTON, Ernest 1931 aged 6 months

WARNE, Anna Maria 15/11/1920 aged 82
WARNE, Charles 13/12/1919

WATT, Annie Elizabeth 26/09/1941 aged 63
WATT, Herbert Alexander 19/06/1961 aged 88
WATTS, Delphin William 1914 aged 21 months

WHITEHEAD, Burt 11/07/1982
WHITEHEAD, Hector Edward 28/05/1925 aged 26
WHITEHEAD, Herbert William 29/11/1970
WHITEHEAD, Jean 03/09/1981
WHITEHEAD, Margaret Eleanor 22/02/1963
WHITEHEAD, Robert George 28/06/1909

WILLIAMS, Bonnie Colleen 11/06/1997
WILLIAMS, Ian Roy 15/02/2011
WILLIAMS, Ivy Mavis 03/02/1949

WILLIAMSON, Charles 22/08/1963
WILLIAMSON, Elizabeth 30/01/1937
WILLIAMSON, Frank Evans 1983 aged 77
WILLIAMSON, Ivan Frank 26/05/1993
WILLIAMSON, Janes Colin 06/08/1903
WILLIAMSON, James Colin 21/04/1946
WILLIAMSON, Marion Alice 30/09/1995

WINGATE, Gertrude Grace 12/07/1964
WINGATE, Joseph Earnest 07/05/1940

YATES, H (Wooden Cross)

'residents' of Old Cemetery, Thames St, MORRINSVILLE

MORRINSVILLE is a town in the Waikato named after Thomas Morris. It is situated between the Kaimai Ranges and the Waikato River, 33km northeast of Hamilton

Morrinsville as it was 1900c

this list of the Old Cemetery 'residents' in Thames St Morrinsville was originally taken from MORRIN MUSEUM - a great site with a lot of info and photos (which can be purchased), also blog & forum, a Morrinsville Timeline and information on all the Morrinsville Residents from 1852 to 1912 and much more ...
- I have added ages, maiden names etc for researchers

All headstones and graves with surround remaining have been photographed by the Morrin Museum, Morrinsville
Images are available from Morrin Museum 53a Lorne Street Morrinsville.
Price for one two or three images (same name) $3.00 emailed
- see at the above link -

... some ages at death calculated using date of birth
... the original list has death day & month also (see link above)
- Any extra info for these people would be welcome -

... A
Elizabeth Jane ABERCROMBIE - 29 Jan 1934 aged 64

Walter Goodwin ABERCROMBIE - 22 Oct 1943 1943 aged 76

Allan Linsey ABERHART - 10 June 1912 aged 2

Robert Ivan Ray ADAMS - 23 Sep 1915 aged 11 months

Raymond Horace ADDYMAN - 25 Nov 1923 aged 16

Arthur Candish ALLEN - 26 Dec 1975 aged 64

Baby (unnamed female) ALLEN - 2 Sep 1950 aged 2 days

Ina Stainley ALLEN - 4 Feb 1983 aged 67

R. C. ALLEN - 17 March 1919 aged ?

Alice Barbara ALLEN - 27 May 1900 aged 10

Alice Matilda ALLEN - 4 Jan 1934 aged 61

Florence ALLEN - 4 March 1907 aged 28

Mabella ALLEN - 7 Jan 1934 aged 80

Mary Esther ALLEN - 14 Aug 1926 aged 42

'Lady' Mary Isobel Hay ALLEN (nee FOSTER) - 9 Sep 1946 aged 55

Mary Selina ALLEN - 13 July 1932 aged 83

'Sir' Stephen Shepherd ALLEN - 4 Nov 1964 aged 82

William Alfred ALLEN - 21 July 1923 aged 16 days

William Rodda ALLEN - 18 March 1931 aged 82

George Edward ALLISON - 30 Oct 1918 aged 5 weeks

John William ALLISON - 28 Oct 1914 aged 28

Robert Ernest ALLISON - 22 Nov 1918 aged ?

William Ewart ALLISON - 12 August 1926 aged 83

Lilla Gill ALLSWORTH - 5 Jan 1915 aged 54

Ellen Violet 'Nellie' ANDERTON - 21 Aug 1918 aged 29

John ANDERTON - 18 Aug 1918 aged 17 hours

Elizabeth Jane ANDREWS - 7 April 1925 aged 58

Louisa Christina ARNOLD - 30 May 1913 aged 49

Edward Rogers ATKIN - 21 Jan 1911 aged ?

Minnie Ellen ATKINSON - 25 Jan 1924 aged 32

Annie Mary AUSTING - 19 Oct 1919 aged 7 days


... B
Violet Edith BACON - 1924 aged 17 months

Irene 'Rene' BAIN - 1920 aged 31

George BAJTO - 1933 aged 43

George Albert 'Albie' BAKER - 1934 aged 19

George Albert BAKER - 1963 aged 83

Kate BAKER - 1961 aged 83

Doris Eileen BALME - 1985 aged 88

Hilda Myrtle BALME - 1928 aged 35

Percy Charles BALME - 1977 aged 87

Ann Jane BARLOW - 1925 aged 70

David BARLOW - 1933 aged 83

Horace Jeremiah BARNES - 1929 aged 68

George Charles BATEMAN - 1931 aged 78

Edith Evelyn BAXTER - 1946 aged 59

William Ennes BAXTER - 1908 aged 71

Lilian Mary BELL - 1930 aged 10 hours

Percy Clyne BELL - 1929 aged 8 days

Alexander BELL - Jnr 1911 aged 40

James BELL - 1927 aged

John Archibald Murray BELL - 1930 aged 73

June Beryl BELL - 1926 aged 3 days

Mary Elizabeth BELL - 1948 aged 77

Theresa Anne BELL - 1941 aged 74

Christine Katherine BELSEY - 1967 aged

Elizabeth Milne BELSEY - (nee BROWN) 1930 aged 55
- married Richard Belsey in 1908

Richard BELSEY - 1961 aged 83

Ronald Keith BENSEMANN - 28 Oct 1908 aged 13 months

Bridget Catherine BLAIN - 1931 aged 69

Elizabeth Agnes BLAIN - 1909 aged 49

James BLAIN - 1920 aged 65

Mary Clark BLAIN - 1910 aged 84

Mildred Agnes Williams BODMIN - 1952 aged ?

Walter Charles Ernest BODMIN - 1932 aged 61

Jane Lethbridge BOLES - 1948 aged 58

Joseph Samuel Heslop BOLES - 1933 aged 51

William James BOLT - 1925 aged 89

David BONNAR - 1937 aged 24 hours

Joseph BONNAR - 18 April 1931 aged 4 days

Dorothy BOOTH - 930 aged 33

Laura May BOWERS 1918 aged 29

Margaret BOWERS - 1927 aged 90

Dorothy Everett BOWERS - 1933 aged 32

Leslie Alexander William BOWRING - 1919 aged ?

James BOYCE (twin) - 1928 aged 5 hours

Lawrence BOYCE (twin) - 1928 aged 1 hour

Amy Louise BOYD - 1931 aged 38

William Geoffrey BOYD - 1969 aged 83

Carl Frederick Theodore BRANDT - 1931 aged 63

Martha Therese Caroline BRANDT - 1949 aged 78

George William BRAYSHAW - 1918 aged 38

Alexander BREMNER - 1905 aged 86 - born 1819 in Banffshire, Scotland, arrived Auckland 1860 on the 'Red Jacket', had 200 acres, part of the Waikuku block in 1900

Alexander BREMNER - 1946 aged 74

Arthur Theodore BREMNER - 1933 aged 29

Eric Stanley BREMNER - 1902 aged 8 months

Ernest Lyle Alexander BREMNER - 1916 aged 17

Isobel Mary BREMNER - 1964 aged 89

Myrtle Annie Isabel BREMNER - 1981 aged 75

Ernest Cawthron BRIGHT - 1933 aged 57

Gladys Maud BRIGHT - 1932 aged 27

Sarah 1940 BRIGHT - aged 67

Frances Mary BRIGHTWELL - 1930 aged 78

Mabel Alice Mary BRINKWORTH - 1947 aged 71

Robert BRINKWORTH - 1925 aged 42

Sarah BROOKS - 1913 aged 87

John BROSNAN - 1918 aged 4 hours

John BROSNAN - 1930 aged 35

Trevor Edward BROTHERS - 1932 aged 4 months

Allen Henry BROWN - 1915 aged 55

Ellen McKenzie (Nellie) BROWN - 1918 aged

Harriet BROWN - 1952 aged 74

William BROWN - 1933 aged

Jessie BROWNING - 1930 aged 83

Alice Annie Zilla BRUNTON - 1985 aged 88

Arthur BRUNTON - 1931 aged 53

Jane BUCKLEY - 1931 aged 67

John BULLEN - 1917 aged ?

Samuel BURGE - 1904 aged 59

Ethel May BURGESS - 1921 aged 9

Ellen Esther BURWOOD - 1934 aged 78


... C
CALDWELL Oswald 1928 aged 8 hours

CAMERON Annie 1925 aged 83

CAMERON Charles 1913 aged 73

CAMERON James 1924 aged 36

CAMERON Jean 1914 aged 8

CAMPBELL Don Roderick Frank 1961 aged 88

CAMPBELL Donald Roderick Frank 1943 aged 4 weeks

CAMPBELL Duncan 1925 aged 77

CAMPBELL Ida 1917 aged 45

CARROLL John 1921 aged 78

CARROLL Mary 1923 aged 78

CASSIDY Betty Rita 1922 aged 17 months

CASSIDY Mabel 1930 aged 46

CASTE Marie Denise 1939 aged ?

CHAPMAN J B 1919 aged ?

CHINNERY Mervyn John 1933 aged 3 days

CHINNERY Olive Maisey 1933 aged 2 days

CHIRNEY John Elliott 1930 aged ?

CHUBB Elizabeth 1910 aged 52

CLARK Bertha Jessie 1910 aged 2

CLARK Hilda Jessie 1910 aged 21

CLARK Patrick James 1921 aged about 40

CLARK Henry William Bainbridge 1929 aged 40

CLIFFORD Ada Matilda 1903 aged 28

CLIFFORD Norman Davis 1968 aged 79

CLIFFORD Cecil Henry 1893 aged 5 hours

CLIFFORD Charles Montague 1902 aged 45

CLIFFORD Freda May 1906 aged 7

CLIFFORD Harold Roy 1898 aged 7 months

CLIFFORD Henry John CLIFFORD (1853-1942) 1942 aged 88
- born Gloucestershire, England. brother of John Miles next

CLIFFORD John Miles (1865-1917) 1917 aged 51
- Gloucestershire, England, brother of Henry John above

CLIFFORD Mary 1934 aged 64

CLIFFORD Mary Clementina 1943 aged 83

COGHILL David 1933 aged 67

COGHILL David Neville Rupert 1946 aged 44

COGHILL Mary Maude 1953 aged ?

COLE Joseph 1911 aged 60

COLEMAN Amy Elfrieda 1902 aged 13

COLEMAN Bernard 1906 aged 59

COLEMAN Elizabeth Emily Sydney 1916 aged 71

COLLINS Edith May 1929 aged ?

COLLINS Sarah Rebecca 1931 aged 58

COLLINS William Joseph 1936 aged 67

COLSON George Alexander 1934 aged 74

COLSON Thomas Alexander 1965 aged 86

COLSON Harriet Ada 1962 aged 82

COLSON Olive Alice 1933 aged 21

COLSON Thomas Alexander 1965 aged 85

COOPER Sidney Durah 1923 aged

CORCORAN Rosa Annie 1920 aged 6 months

CORLETT John James 1913 aged 49

CORNISH Isa/Ada Pearle Elizabeth 1908 aged 26

COTTINGHAM Maggie 1950 aged 73

COTTINGHAM Thomas 1934 aged 58

COWAN Lesley Vivian/Vivienne 1993 aged 85

COWELL Clara 1956 aged 82

COX Herbert Basil 1922 aged 60

CRAIG James 1909 aged 40 OR 46

CRICKETT Rex 1927 aged 3 months

CROCOMBE Ethel Jean 1931 aged 2

CROWE George Henry 1928 aged 79

CURLE George Alexander 1913 aged 2


... D
DENCH Alice Alexandra 1927 aged 38

DENCH Alfred William 1970 aged 87

DENLY Bernard Tilton 1909 aged 39 plot 15 - block M
- Bernard was a Carpenter from Dauntsey Wiltshire England. He married Frances 'Fanny' FREETH from Scotland in 1893 in Invercargill

DENLY Frances 'Fanny' (nee FREETH) 1940 aged 66
- see Bernard above - 3 known children

DICK Clifford James 1913 aged 16 months

DICKEN William Charles 1913 aged 4

DIGNAN James 1928 aged ?

DIGNAN James Joseph 1929 aged 79

DONEY Melvin 1926 aged 5

DONNY Estelle Eulalie Sabine 1953 aged 83

DONNY Maurice 1930 aged 63

DUNCKLEY Constance 1919 aged 38

DUNNETT Andrew 1914 aged 70


... E
ELLIOTT Margaret 1929 aged 95

ELLIOTT Samuel 1933 aged 72

ELLIS Frederick William 1930 aged 67

ELLIS Margaret Ann 1924 aged 55

ELLISDON Francis Walter Frederick 1922 aged 29
- he is buried in the RSA section under Pte FJD Ellisdon; NZ Infantry. The headstone reads: "In loving memory of Frank. Beloved husband of Maud Ellisdon" (he married Maud Miriam PEASE in 1918)

EMPSON Ann Elizabeth 1925 aged 62

EMPSON Thomas 1925 aged 64

EVANS Hazel Ruth 1931 aged 6 months

EVETTS Louisa 1920 aged 87


... F
FARLAND Ellie Barbara 1918 aged 24

FAUSETT Cyril Neil 1917 aged 6months

FAUSETT John 1949 aged 76

FAUSETT Mary 1956 aged 81

FELTON Mathilde 1905 aged 87

FERGUSON Elizabeth Durie 1924 aged 40

FISK Agnes 'Nancy' (nee GALLOWAY) 1934 aged 64
- married Henry William Fisk in 1923

FISK Henry William 1935 aged 69

FITT John Edward 1929 aged 40

FORD Winifred Cecilia 1944 aged 39

FORSYTH Agnes 1929 aged 44

FRANCE Douglas 1924 aged 17

FRANCIS Harry Robert Cecil 1914 aged 34

FROMM Alfred Antoine 1931 aged72

FRY Rosa Maria (nee WILLS) 1896 aged 40. Married John Fry in 1892. Had 1 daughter Elsie Vera Fry (1894), married Victor Ryland Nicholson in 1919

FULTON George Sibley 1931 aged 74

FULTON Helen Stuart 1937 aged 75

FULTON William Wright 1940 aged 85

FURNISS Henry Walter 1927 aged 18


... G
GALLAGHER Melva Joyce 1932 aged 9 days

GANT Albert Henry 1939 aged 50

GANT Alice 1929 aged 66

GANT Henry 1919 aged 63

GANT Lily Llewellyn 1976 aged 83

GIBBERD Ellen 1915 aged 42

GIBBS (possibly) Arthur John 1915 aged 7

GIBBS Edward Charles 1936 aged 43

GIBBS Jane 1933 aged 78

GIBBS Samuel 1936 aged 82

GIFFORD Alfred Trevor 1926 aged 24 hours

GIFFORD Algie 1974 aged 90

GIFFORD Ethel Matilda 1923 aged 26

GIFFORD Robert Neil 1923 aged 7 hours

GILBERT Amelia Mills 1949 aged 93

GLYNN Dorothy Winifred 1924 aged 4 days

GLYNN Nora 1962 aged 92

GLYNN Owen 1940 aged 74

GLYNN Owen 1969 aged 70

GLYNN Owen Verner 1933 aged 5

GLYNN Winifred Myrtle/Mabel 1920 aged 23

GOODWIN Arthur 1948 aged 48

GOODWIN Robert 1925 aged 91

GOODWIN Sarah Jane 1928 aged 65

GORDAN William George 1919 aged 11 weeks

GORDON Bruce Logan Eslen 1932 aged 12

GRAHAM Alphonso Joseph 1919 aged 58

GREDIG Eda Hedwig 1932 aged 77

GREENWOOD Elizabeth May 1933 aged 1

GREENWOOD George William 1952 aged 40

GREGAN Olive May (nee WILD) 1920 aged 29. Married Daniel Augustine Gregan (1881-1968) in 1918

GRIGSBY Frederick Amos 1923 aged 13

GRIGSBY Winifred Rosa 1916 aged 17

GROVES Eva Catherine 1934 aged 30

GROVES Robert Ryman 1931 aged 41

GUERIN Annie 1936 aged 58

GUMMER Charles Moginie 1947 aged 71

GUMMER Ernest Edward 2000 aged 83

GUMMER Margaret Kathleen 1978 aged 61

GUMMER Norman George 1911 aged 11 days

GUMMER Selina May 1974 aged 91

GUNDY Ince 1917 aged 1day

GWILLIM Florence Lily 1975 aged 86

GWILLIM Tom 1945 aged 65

GYDE Emma Jane (nee URRY) 1927 aged 53. Married William Henry Gyde in 1893 - 3 children, James Dudley, Clarence Allan & Alfreda Kate

GYDE William Henry 1929 aged 61


... H
HAMPTON Thomas 1902 aged 36

HANSEN Valentine Edward 1933 aged 18

HANSON Amy 1923 aged 34

HARDING Jessie Maud 1929 aged 43

HARKNESS Jean Roxborough 1931 aged 61

HARKNESS William 1953 aged 78

HARRIS Leslie Stephen 1923 aged 31

HARVEY Hector Wyatt 1929 aged 8

HARVEY Marie Xenie Ellen 1929 aged 3

HARVEY Susan Elizabeth 1927 age 63

HARVEY Thomas 1934 aged 77

HARVEY Thomas Henry 1928 aged 43

HASTINGS Garry 1925 aged 6 hours

HATELY Amelia Mary 1922 aged 74

HAYDEN Mary 1934 aged 57

HAYNES Doreen Margaret 1933 aged 3

HEASLIP Elsie Rita 1910 aged 1

HEASLIP George James 1918 aged 43

HEATLEY Earnest 1932 aged 8

HEEPS Janet 1969 aged 85

HEEPS Thomas 1934 aged 50

HENDERSON Grace 1925 aged 4 weeks

HENDERSON Raymond 1928 aged 5 days

HENRICKSON Valerie Helen 1934 aged ?

HERBERT Emily Anne 1931 aged 75

HERBERT William Henry 1930 aged 70

HERRING Lloyd George Walter 1916 aged 8 months

HEWITT James 1931 aged 76

HEWITT Wilfred John Kennedy 1909 aged 4 months

HICKEY Ella Bernice Seniscal (nee LAYNE) 1960 aged 81. Database has Alice Bernice but Alice was a sister (Alice Beatrice). Daughter of William Layne (1827-1918) and Mary Ann Seniscal (1838-1919) who arrived in NZ on the 'Louisa' in 1864. Ella married Daniel Hickey in 1900.

HICKEY Daniel 1954 aged 80. Daniel was a Saddler (see Ella above)

HILL Laurence/Lawrence 1924 aged 7 months

HILLS Rita 1911 aged ?

HOGAN Eliza 1902 aged ?

HOGG Emily 1948 aged 59

HOGG William 1958 aged 84

HOGWOOD Ethel Florence Mary 1971 aged 58

HOLDER Henry Richard 1910 aged 82

HOLLARD Ella Dora 1916 aged ?

HOLLINGSWORTH Elizabeth 1918 aged ?

HOLLOWAY Enos 1938 aged 101

HOLLOWAY Mary 1935 aged 85

HOPKINS Sidney 1923 aged 44

HORRELL Elizabeth 1913 aged ?

HORRELL John 1897 aged 75

HOTSON Robert Henry 1908 aged 60

HOWARTH Frederick Roy 1924 aged

HOWIE G H 1960 aged ?

HOWIE Doris Jane 1934 aged 23

HOWIE Douglas 1915 aged ?

HOWIE Emily Martha Gill 1948 aged 92

HOWIE George 1935 aged 79

HOWIE Helen Catherine (nee MATHISON) 1950 aged 83

HOWIE Noel Wallace 1929 aged 13 months

HOWIE William 1924 aged 71

HUGHES Mary Amelia 1928 aged 43

HUMPHREYS Barry Roland 1922 aged 14 days

HUMPHREYS Horace Roland 1928 aged 40

HUNTER Florence Jane 1957 aged 83

HUNTER Leo Luke Surtees 1934 aged 56


... I
ILLINGWORTH George Morrin 1910 aged 14 days

INNES James 1914 aged 75

INNES James Alexander 1918 aged 48

INNES James Dalrymple 1923 aged 72

INNES Isabella 1929 aged 76

INNES Druscilla/Druciella 1924 aged 45

INNES Jane 1908 aged 69

IRWIN Baby (Male) 1928 aged 7 days

IRWIN Foster 1928 aged 85. Was a Shepherd/Farmer. Married to Jane. Lived in Tahura Rd in 1918. Also Pukekohe Auckland

IRWIN Foster 1918 aged 30. Son of Foster & Jane. Rifleman #40326, Reinforcements J Company. Killed in action Havrincourt, France

IRWIN George 1936 aged 54. Son of Foster & Jane

IRWIN Jane 1910 aged 56


... J
JACKSON Florence Lucy 1929 aged 53

JACKSON Frederick William 1931 aged 50

JACKSON John William 1959 aged 85

JAQUES Leonard Oswald 1933 aged ?

JELLYMAN Harriet Annie (nee BRYDON) 1933 aged 56. Born in Blenheim to James Brydon & Ruth Cate. Married John Harris Jellyman (1874-1940) of Nelson in 1900. John died in Wairau, Blenheim

JENSEN Ruth 1929 aged 57

JOHNSTONE John 1922 aged 31

JOHNSTONE Robert 1916 aged 51

JONES Paul 1928 aged 6 days

JONES Celia Jane 1971 aged 97

JONES George Bennett 1918 aged 72

JONES James 1922 aged

JONES Stanley Owen 1977 aged 79

JONES Thomas Owen 1936 aged 63


... K
KEELEY Edwin Augustus 1929 aged 48

KEELEY Rose Amelia 1935 aged 56

KELK John William Alexander 1935 aged 6

KELLER Leslie Eugene 1928 aged 13 months

KELLY Marie Lillian 1932 aged 1

KELLY Lillian 1932 aged 24

KEMP John 1934 aged 80

KENT Walter 1921 aged 32

KEOGH Margaret 1912 aged 50

KEOGH Timothy 1933 aged 83

KERR William 1934 aged ?

KERR Gordon Emery 1926 aged 8 months

KIELY Margaret 1950 aged 90

KIELY Thomas 1921 aged 78

KIRK Nola Marion 1930 aged 4

KNIGHT William 1926 aged 84


... L
LAIDLAW Eliza 1934 aged 74

LAIDLAW James Strang 1934 aged 69

LAMBIE Andrew Leiper 1965 aged 83

LAMBIE Grace Gertrude Rosetta 1930 aged 33

LEESON Eleanor 'Lilian' 1914 aged 1month

LEESON John Edmund 1941 aged 76

LEESON Mary 1941 aged 63

LEVER Robert 1920 aged 48

LINDSAY Cecil James 1973 aged 67

LINDSAY Ada 1926 aged 47

LINDSAY William Burns Souter 1965 aged 88

LINDSEY Mabel Rebecca 1897 aged 3 months

LINDSEY a child 1897 aged ?

LINGARD Frederick 1932 aged 37

LLOYD John 1932 aged 60

LOCKWOOD Sarah Ann 1894 aged 32

LOUDEN James 1932 aged ?

LOUDEN Jean 1921 aged ?

LOUDEN Leonard 1923 aged 3 months

LOWREY Harriet 1922 aged 73

LOWRY Constance Mahala 1950 aged 75

LOWRY William Robert 1952 aged 81


... M
MacGREGOR Edith Jane 1922 aged 45

MacGREGOR John 1938 aged ?

MacKENZIE Maxwell Bruce 1931 aged 62

MacKENZIE Sophia 1923 aged 51

MAIN Moyna Maud 1926 aged 3 days

MANDER Trevor Frederick 1919 aged 2

MANNING George 1928 aged 79

MANNING Huntly Lockenver 1910 aged 30 hours - database has Stanley Lockenver

MANNING Doris 1933 aged 25

MANNING Happy 1920 aged 71

MANNION Bridget Agnes 1920 aged 26

MANNION John Michael 1893 aged 5 months

MANNION Bridget 1944 aged 81

MANNION James Fergal 1923 aged 20

MANNION Nora Ellen 1943 aged 49

MANNION Timothy Edward 1927 aged 74

MANNION William 1924 aged 72

MANUEL Charles 1914 aged 63 - was a Farmer. Had many 'run ins' with the Gold Mining Company in Thames when he was their manager. Moved to Morrinsville. In 1913 he and John Endean jnr cut up their Morrinsville estate into small farms

MANUEL Ellen 1940 aged 79

MARTIN John Higgins 1918 aged 45

MARTYN Linda Joyce 1916 aged 9

MARTYN Margaret Agnes 1967 aged 90

MAXWELL Alexander 1919 aged 89

MAZENGARB Alice Elizabeth 1917 aged ?

MAZENGARB Arthur 1952 aged 69

MAZENGARB Maywick 1926 aged 34

McALPINE Lucy Mary 1925 aged 71

McCARDLE Eunice 1922 aged 19 months

McCOY Edith 1929 aged 41

McCRACKEN Betty 1921 aged 10 months

McDONALD Elizabeth Thompson 1928 aged 68

McDONALD Elizabeth Isabella 1940 aged 71

McDONALD Francis Joseph 1921 aged 47

McDONALD Thomas 1911 aged 61

McGRATH John 1928 aged 75

McGREGOR Jessie 1934 aged 72

McGREGOR Thomas John 1942 aged 82

McINTOSH Anne Louisa 'Nan' 1934 aged 72

McINTOSH Henry James 'Harry' 1940 aged 76

McINTYRE Angus 1932 aged 8 months

McINTYRE Dulcie 1949 aged 16

McINTYRE Roy Douglas 1920 aged 4

McINTYRE Selwyn 1928 aged 13 weeks

McKINNON ? 1918 aged ?

McLACHLAN Pansey Eveline 1930 aged 26

McLACHLAN David Elwin 1920 aged 13 days

McLEOD Donald Campbell 1930 aged 74

McLEOD Christina 1952 aged 78

McLEOD Donald Campbell 1951 aged 75

McPHERSON Robert 1927 aged 66

McQUEEN Hilton John 1925 aged ?

McSHERRY Ernest Orton 1896 aged 7 months

MERRIKIN Sydney Herbert 1928 aged 53

MEWETT Richard 1901 aged ?

MILLER Selwyn James 1913 aged 2 days

MILNE John Humphrey Webster 1910 aged ?

MITCHELL Mancell Adrian 1927 aged 41

MITCHELL Julia Ellen 'Nellie' 1925 aged 15

MOFFAT William 1932 aged 63

MONEY Ruth Selina 1924 aged 12

MORGAN Grovener 1920 aged 81

MORRICE William 1934 aged ?

MORRICE Jessie 1947 aged 75

MORRICE William 1953 aged ?

MORRIS Keith Humphrey 1920 aged 3 months

MORRIS Mary Jane 1923 aged 79

MORRIS William James 1928 aged 84

MORRISEY John 1908 aged 68

MORRISON Alexander 1929 aged 78

MORRISON Catherine 1948 aged 86

MORTENSEN Doris Kate 1989 aged 82

MOTHER SUPERIOR - 1934 aged ?

MOULE Augusta 1914 aged 45

MUELLER Alfreda Jeanette 1961 aged 77

MUELLER Arthur James 1933 aged 55

MUNDELL James Andrew 1948 aged 76

MUNDELL Mary Eliza 1929 aged 47

MUNN Thomas George 1920 aged 43

MURPHY William 1925 aged 47


... N
NASH William 1922 aged 43

NASH William Charles 1918 aged 33 hours

NEELS John Robert 1916 aged 64

NEELS Louisa 1924 aged 60

NEELS Cecilia Eliza 'Cissy' 1914 aged 38

NEELS William John 1953 aged 76

NELSON Isabel Mary 1908 aged 13

NICHOLSON James 1928 aged 7 months

NOBLE Margaret Wilson 1918 aged 29

NORMAN Hannah 1925 aged 80

NORMAN William 1941 aged 86

NORTHCOTT John 1934 aged 79


... O
O'CONNOR Joseph 1932 aged 56

O'DWYER Cornelius Hubert 1931 aged 67

OLD Robert Harold 1927 aged 7 weeks

ORR Basil John 1935 aged 2

OSBOURNE Charles Muirhead 1926 aged 57


... P
PALMER Harry 1895 aged about 45

PALMER Joan 1918 aged 3 hours

PARK Edward James 1931 aged 40

PARKE David Hayhurst 1933 aged 59

PARKINSON Edward Arthur 1919 aged 20

PARLOUR Margery Annie 1960 aged 90

PARLOUR Samuel Coates 1938 aged 69

PARSONS Walter Thomas 1921 aged 59

PARTINGTON Edward Robert 1930 aged 72

PARTINGTON Henrietta Lydia 1928 aged 70

PATTERSON Agnes 1940 aged 85

PATTERSON Elizabeth Emma 1927 aged 55

PATTERSON William 1923 aged 74

PEARSON William Gibson 1934 aged 79

PEARSON Ivan Charles 1934 aged 16

PECKETT Enid Alma 1915 aged 19

PEEBLES Alexander Connison 1923 aged 44

PENTECOST Richard 1934 aged 95

PERROTT William Henry 1923 aged 83

PERROTT Bessie Caroline 1930 aged 70

PERROTT Fanny Susannah 1923 aged 72

PERROTT Frank Henry 1943 aged 88

PETCHELL John George 1924 aged 69

PETERSEN Elizabeth Ellen 1911 aged 34

PETERSEN Andrew Martin 1928 aged 43

PETERSEN Hazel Doreen 1916 aged 1

PETERSEN Eunice Kathleen 1928 aged 12

PEVREAL Richard 1916 aged ?

PHILLIPS Mary Frances 1931 aged 37

PHILLIPS William James 1961 aged 74

PHILPOTT Alan Frankton 1937 aged 31

PHILPOTT Philip Scott 1934 aged 75

PHILPOTT Rose 1950 aged 80

PICKERING Arthur 1928 aged 43

PICKETT Elizabeth Jane 1907 aged 52

PICKETT F A 1939 aged ?

PICKETT Reginald Augustin 1989 aged 3 days from 73

PICKETT Albert Edward 1957 aged 76

PICKETT Annie 1962 aged 76

PICKETT Eliza 1924 aged 77

PICKETT Francis Augustin 1962 aged 73

PICKETT William 1910 aged ? - no William Pickett recorded in 19190

PIRRITT, Agnes Johnston (nee BLAIR) 1942 aged 80 - database has Pirritt
PIRRITT, James Russell 1918 aged 64 - born in Lanarkshire, Scotland a son of Mr George Pirritt, ironmonger, of Victoria St, Auckland. The family arrived with the Pokeno settlers by the ship 'Helenslea' in 1864. Married Agnes Johnson BLAIR Papakura, Auckland on 17 June 1881 & had 4 sons, 7 daughters

POLLARD Katherine Margaret 1987 aged

POLLEN Frederick Arthur 1929 aged 64

POLLEN Helen Maud Mary 1959 aged 86

POOLE Matthew 1929 aged 75

POOLE Robert 1932 aged 33

PORTLAND Raymond Herbert 1922 aged 6 weeks

PRYOR Sydney Charles 1929 aged 16


... R
RAVEN E C 1928 ?? (no Raven found dying in 1928)

RAVEN Edith Clara 1935 aged 62

READ Rita 1934 aged 20

READ Annie Frances 1956 aged 84

READ Annie Frances Evelyn 1956 aged 92

READ Francis 1931 aged 79

REDIN Elsie Ismay Preston 1912 aged 14 months

REDIN Muriel Clariss 1913 aged 3

REED Margaret 1938 aged 68

REED Thomas 1944 aged 77

REEVE Lucy Etta 1919 aged 44

REID John Stevens 1922 aged 56

RENDELL Alfred Griffen 1924 aged 36

RICHMOND Charles Edwin 1909 aged ?

RIVETT Elizabeth 1927 aged 72

ROBERTS John Elias 1917 aged 61

ROBINSON William 1933 aged 3 days

ROBINSON Annie Elizabeth 1941 aged 63

ROBINSON George 1932 aged 56

ROBINSON William 1932 aged 33

ROBSON Mona Annie 1931 aged

ROBSON Elizabeth Barbara 1931 aged 54

ROBSON James Henry 1932 aged 59

ROCHE John 1903 aged 49

ROGERS Alan James 1934 aged 12

ROGERS Dorothy Eileen 1932 aged 1

ROGERS Dorothy Ellen 1932 aged 41

ROGERS Isabel 1937 aged 64

ROLAND Louie 1922 aged ?

RORKE Tessa Catherine 'Babs' 1923 aged ?

ROWNTREE John George 1925 aged 35

RUNCIMAN Clair Lewis 1917 aged 7 months

RUNCIMAN Rene Beatrice 1920 aged 4

RUSHTON Fanny Violet 1916 aged 6 hours

RUSHTON Gladys 1917 aged 5 weeks

RUTLAND William 1926 aged 56


... S
SARICH Alex William Peter 1932 aged 5 months

SAXON Henrietta Laura 1922 aged 74

SAXTON Mary Olive 1922 aged 4 months

SAXTON Lilian Mary 1928 aged 45

SCHOFIELD Fanny Ellamay 'Birdie' 1903 aged 5 - 1 of 5 daughters (and 1 son) of Robert James Walter Schofiled & Laura SAMPSON. Robert was born in London in 1863, arrived in Auckland on the 'St Leonards in 1874, 3 years later joined the railway department as a cadet, became stationmaster at Taupiri for 7 years, appointed to Morrinsville in January 1880

SCOTT Keith Vincent 1932 aged 2 months

SCOTT Christine 1928 aged 8 months

SCOTT Gordon Francis 1924 aged 23

SCOTT Walter Ellis 1948 aged 84

SEALES Agnes Mary 1949 aged 66

SEALES George Mark 1929 aged 67

SEALES Agnes Ness 1938 aged 86

SEALES Bertha Emily 1954 aged 86

SEALES Ellen Diment 1938 aged 78

SEALES George Mark 1910 aged 77

SEALES George Mark 1929 aged 67

SEALES James Charles 1945 aged 70

SEALES Mark 1911 aged 73

SEALES Mary 1928 aged 88

SEALES Reuben James 1925 aged 77

SELLARS Donald 1921 aged ?

SELWYN Ernest Howard 1916 aged 15 months

SEPIE Irene Winchester 1920 aged 28

SEVILLE Caroline Eva 'Ada' 1955 aged 80

SEVILLE George Edward 1933 aged 61

SILVESTER Alice Edith 1920 aged 33

SILVESTER Rose Linley 1925 aged 9 months

SKINNER Alfred James 1957 aged 77

SKINNER Elizabeth 1935 aged 51

SKINNER William James Perriman 1923 aged 70

SMITH Charlotte Ellen 1939 aged 69

SMITH Thomas William 1931 aged 58

SMITH Walter Benjamine Charles 1934 aged 2

SMITH Alfred Spencer 1939 aged 73

SMITH Annie Elizabeth 1923 aged 50

SMITH Elizabeth Ann 1936 aged 69

SMITH Joan Margaret Annesley 1926 aged 10

SMITH Minnie Alice 1932 aged 71

SMITH Rebecca 1934 aged 93

SMITH Richard James 1930 aged 65

SNELL Edward Diment 1916 aged ?

SNELL Hazel Annie 1911 aged 5

SNELL Samuel 1916 aged 58

SPALDING Myrtle Emily 1914 aged 4 months

SPINLEY Douglas 1941 aged ?

SPINLEY Joseph 1923 aged 40

SPINLEY Lloyd 1941 aged ?

SPINLEY Sarah Jane 1942 aged 61

SPROTT Eileen 1916 aged 15

SPROTT Eleanor 1916 aged 74

SPROTT William McClough 1916 aged 77

SPROTT Winifred Mary 1912 aged 26

SQUIRE Alice Maud 1943 aged 72

SQUIRE William Simpson 1926 aged 46

STACK William Alfred 1929 aged 84

STANLEY Agnes Isabel 'Essie' 1920 aged 32

STANYER Alice 1927 aged 3 days

STEWART Amelia 1931 aged 54

STOCKBRIDGE Thomas 1916 aged 73

STOCKBRIDGE Lucy Deborah Blakeman 1941 aged 78

STOCKBRIDGE William 1927 aged 81

STONE Erick/Eric Gordon 1919 aged 34 days

STRAND Edgar Robert 1937 aged 50

STRAND Isabella Cairns 1931 aged 47

STREVENS Margaret Gwendolin 1950 aged 80

STREVENS Walter John 1932 aged ?

STRINGFIELD Patricia Audrey 1931 aged 21 days

SWAN Phoebe 1933 aged 79


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TAYLOR Elsie Evelyn 1928 aged 1 month

TAYLOR Laurie Wakefield 1926 aged ?

TAYLOR William 1929 aged 76

TAYLOR Alexander 'Sandy' 1905 aged 20

THOMAS Florence Gertrude 1929 aged 55

THOMAS James Buchanan 1930 aged 61

THOMAS James Laurence/Lawrence 1932 aged 2 days

THOMAS Margaret 1948 aged 74

THOMPSON Alexander Murray 1933 aged 68

THOMPSON John Murray 1930 aged 36

THOMPSON Margaret 1934 aged 64

THOMPSON Maysie Johanna 1930 aged 21

THOMPSON Pearl Ethel Mary 1933 aged 48

THRUPP John Martin 1918 aged 17

TIMMINS Gertrude Eliza 1933 aged 50

TOMPKINS Annie Harriet 1930 aged 55

TORR Alfred Ernest 1925 aged 50

TRAPSKI Charles Henry 1920 aged 53

TRAPSKI Florence Mary 1935 aged 7 days

TRAPSKI James Henry 1915 aged 9

TRAPSKI Mary Moore 1953 aged 80

TREWIN Samuel 1925 aged 73

TRUST Frederick John 1904 aged 3 months

TRUST John Isaac 1922 aged 63

TURNBULL Mary Ann 1927 aged ?

TURNBULL Jane 1916 aged 79

TURNBULL John 1916 aged 82

TURNBULL Mary Ann 1959 aged 84

TURNER Albert William Vercoe 1911 aged24 days

TURNER Florence Elizabeth 1930 aged 51

TURNER Ralph 1925 aged 54

TURNER Thomas Andrew 1960 aged 94

TWIGG Alberta 1923 aged 63

TWYPENS Pierre Francois 1929 aged ? - no such name found in NZ

TYLER Berly 1919 aged 1 day


... V
VALLER Alice 1911 aged 25

VERNER John 1929 aged 83

VICKERS Jane 1925 aged 61

VOWLES Norman Ernest 1922 aged 10 months


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WAGHORN Leo Athol 1912 aged 2 months

WALKER George Harrington 1920 aged 12

WALLET Ivie John 1911 aged 40

WALLIS Gertrude Amber 1908 aged ?

WALLIS James Ian 1922 aged 3

WALTON Ernest 1931 aged 6 months

WARD Agnes Georgina 1934 aged 51

WARD Constantine 1943 aged 62

WARREN Female 1900 - the only female Warren to die in 1900 were:
- Catherine aged 4 months, daughter of Charles WARREN & Anastasia FISCHER
- or Jemima aged 89 who died at Kaiapoi

WATTS Zella Mary 1911 aged 5 weeks

WEARNE Les John 1926 aged 30 hours

WEBB Alfred 1928 aged 75

WERE George 1934 aged 53

WEST Andrew 1929 aged 77

WEST Ann 1891 aged ?

WEST Julia 1967 aged 86

WHEATLEY John 1912 aged 27

WHEELER Agnes Jane 1928 aged 37

WHEELER Arthur William 1923 aged 8

WHEELER Ernest Edward 1967 aged 75

WHITE E A 1931 aged ?

WHITECHURCH Edward Robert 1934 aged 61

WHITECHURCH Lucy Jane 1949 aged 73

WIGG Norman Basil 1931 aged 2

WILKINSON Henry 1930 aged 78

WILLIAMS William John 1911 aged 68

WILSON Ian David 1924 aged 1

WILSON Robert James 1931 aged 30

WILSON Agnes Elizabeth 1981 aged 90

WILSON Robert Henry 1918 aged 30

WOLFENDEN Walter 1921 aged 23

WOOD Charles Henry 1918 aged 46

WORSLEY Edith Annie 1922 aged 39

WRATT Helen 1933 aged 7 days

WRIGHT Esther 1942 aged 85

WRIGHT Gladys 1920 aged 3 days

WRIGHT Gwendoline Mavis 1930 aged 2

WRIGHT George 1924 aged ?

WRIGHT Norman 1922 aged 42

WYBOURNE Sydney/Sidney Margaret 1929 aged 31

WYLIE Emily Janet 1976 aged 79

WYLIE Thomas Harrison 1931 aged 36


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YARDLEY Spencer Percy Ernest 1925 aged 1

YARRALL Dorothy Maude 1934 aged 23

YOUNG Ellen Gertrude 1947 aged 82

YOUNG James 1919 aged 73


PHOTO
Home of Henry John CLIFFORD

see more at his link above

update commenced 16 Feb 2013


* KELBURN, Wellington - 1860

the following from NZETC was written about 1928

... Kelburn Approached by cable car which leaves Kelburn Avenue, off Lambton Quay, at short intervals, or by The Terrace to Salamanca Road, Upland Road, etc., is named after Viscount KELBURNE, the eldest son of the Earl of Glasgow, Governor of New Zealand, 18921897.

The name was at first correctly spelt, but the e was dropped to avoid confusion with Kilbirnie. Or else that it was put right on a suggestion of Lord Kelburn, and that it was named after a seat of Lord Glasgow, as Fairlie Terrace was named after another seat of the family.

About 1860, Mr. William MOXHAM, who arrived by the Montmorency in 1858, leased a few acres of the Educational Reserve, now the Botanical Gardens, and acquired the Upland Farm, of 113 acres.

Coleridge's plan, 1880, and Tronson's, 1888, shows the farm, bounded by the Botanical Gardens, Native Reserve XVb, and The Terrace district below Mitchelltown. The farm was sold in 1896. An undated plan shows sections 1 to 64, sold by Mr. J. B. HARCOURT. A copy of this is lodged in the Harbour Board Office as No. 37/33. KNIGHT's Farm, was auctioned by Bethune and Co. on 15th December, 1905 (W.H.B., 36/33).

The writer has in front of him a view of Kelburn taken from a photo and reproduced in the New Zealand Mail, August 1904. The Kelburn car power house is in the foreground, a cable car, some large pines, and a few houses on the hills, complete the picture.

Mr. A. YOUNG's house was one of the first to appear on the scene. The same view, taken on the 12th June, 1907, adds the Tea Kiosk and a few more houses, and gives a general idea of improvement. The visitor to Wellington, with a few moments to spare, will, by entering the cable car, which takes one to the top of the hill, and descending, for a few yards to the right, the path to the Observatory, obtain one of the finest views to be seen anywhere.

Mr. Frank BULLEN, when he visited New Zealand on his lecturing tour, looked down on Wellington from Kelburn top, and wrote:

It is not often given to the citizens of an important city to be able to get from their offices in a few minutes to homes that occupy exquisitely beautiful points of vantage as regards scenery, and at the same time command an area of immense extent of the sea and harbour of their city. This is essentially the case in Wellington. It is an advantage that is fully appreciated, judging from the extraordinary development that, has taken place during the last few years. Here are to be seen splendid avenues of traffic bounded on both sides by grand buildings, where a generation ago the sullen sea beat incessantly upon long. barren, shallow beaches.

* UPDATE* on - SOPHIA MABEY left behind in W.A.

On the passenger list of the barque "OLYMPUS" arriving Wellington 20-4-1841 from London, the entry under the MABEY family says that "Sophia 10 years left behind W.A."
PASSENGER LIST for OLYMPUS

Does anyone know what that means ?

I cannot find the OLYMPUS arriving in W.A.
(what I ASSUME to be West Australia) in 1841 to drop her off.

*UPDATE* - Apparently Sophie died during the voyage and was buried at sea 'off the coast of West Africa'

* update* on EMMA JANE TWITCHEN from FROXFIELD, HAMPSHIRE UK married WALTER WILLIAM WHITE c.1830

Do you have ANY information on the above couple to add to my tree page
WHITE, Walter William
They were my great great grandparents - but I only found out about them a couple of months ago.!!
Their ancestors, their descendents and especially info on them would be much appreciated

*Jack Sheldon has just found a daughter for Emma and Walter - her name was Elizabeth

*BACK FROM THE FRONT on the HMNZ 'Rotorua' Feb 1916

....BACK FROM THE FRONT
SOLDIERS RETURNING HOME - SICK AND WOUNDED


The steamer 'Rotorua' left London 16 Dec 1915 & Cape Town 7 Jan 1916
There were 425 passengers, inclusive of 7 officers & 196 men of the NZ Forces
She arrived in Auckland 3 Feb 1916 & Nelson the following week

Evening Post, 1 February 1916 ANZAC HEROES DEPART
The second contingent of New Zealand soldiers, unfit for further military service, left Plymouth last week by the Rotorua. The men had a great reception from the Devon folk. The band of the Royal Garrison Artillery played the ship away from the harbour, and there was much cheering. Major Brereton was in charge of the New Zealanders on board

- PUBLIC RECEPTION ARRANGED -
Due at Auckland, via Cape Town and Hobart this evening, the New Zealand Shipping Company's R.M.S. Rotorua. Captain Sutcliffe is in command and Dr H. V. O'Donoghue is the medical officer
The Rotorua will berth at the Queen's Wharf tomorrow, 3rd Feb. During the morning the examination of the men by the Medical Board and the completion of the records will be carried out in shed No 14. Passes are being issued to next-of-kin of men on board, which will admit members to the wharf on the occasion of the ship's arrival. The Rotorua's has on board 435 passengers, including over 220 invalided and wounded soldiers in charge of Major C. B. Brereton.
The Southerners will leave the same night for Wellington by the express and the South island men catch the ferry steamer at Wellington on Thursday evening

Major Brereton, of the Canterbury Battalion, who is in charge of the men, states that the conduct of all had been excellent and it had been a most enjoyable voyage. There were two bright diversions, at Capetown and Hobart. Major Brereton was injured in the attack on Krithia in May. He returns fully restored to health and hopes soon to return to the scene of hostilities.
Speaking of the last occasion in which he was in action Major Brereton said that it was the first time that the New Zealanders had been in a stereotyped attack. Till then they had been fighting at Anzacs. On being taken to Cape Helles with a battalion of Australians they were sent forward under shell fire. At first their losses were not great, but when they advanced from the trenches the Turks cut them down like rabbits.

Wairarapa Daily Times, 1 February 1916
The second contingent of members of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force invalided home after hospital treatment in England, is being brought back by the 'Rotorua' which is expected to arrive at Auckland tomorrow afternoon., Definite advice has not yet been received from the steamer, but it is expected to reach port about 1 p.m.

Six officers, two non-commissioned officers and 195 men, a total of 203, are returning by the Rotorua. Approximately forty of them have relatives or intimate friends in Auckland. When the steamer has been berthed, the men will be assembled in wharf shed No 14, where the examination by the medical board and the work of the records office will be carried out, as was done in the case of the Ruahine's contingent. Relatives of the men will be admitted into the building on production of passes, which are obtainable from the Defence Office. As there will be cargo in the shed, a request has been made that visitors should retrain from smoking in it.
The Southern contingent will leave Auckland by the evening express train to-morrow. About sixty of them will proceed to the South Island.

MEN ON THE ROTORUA
The following is the official list of solders on board H.M.N.Z. troopship Rotorua:-

(NOK = next of kin)
FIELD ARTILLERY
* 2/951 - Eric Wharton BRAITHWAITE (1890-1955)
* served as James Eric WHARTON & his sister, Mary Gwendoline Sutcliffe was listed as nok, Talavera Terrace, Wellington
NOK father, Joseph Braithwaite, bookseller, Princes St., Dunedin
- his father Joseph was the Mayor of Dunedin 1905-1909
- mother was Mary Ann BELLET
- enlisted from Malvern Terrace, off Grey Street, Auckland
- married Evelyn Catherine FELL in 1921
* 2/982 - Ernest COOPER
NOK mother, Sarah Cooper, 251 Adelaide Road, Newtown, Wellington
- enlisted from same address
* 2/640 - Charles William ERWOOD
NOK mother, Mrs C. Erwood, 93 Woodstock Rd., Stroud, Green Road, London
- enlisted from Stony Creek Station, Martinborough
- married Cara SARGISSON in 1920
* 2/307 - William FRYER (1892-)
NOK father, William John Francis Fryer, Pahia, Southland
- enlisted from Ahiaruke, Carterton
- mother was Caroline COLLINSON
* 2/1035 - William LINDSAY
NOK sister, Mrs Reginald Milner Fergusson, Ashburton
- sister Lizzie Mary Lindsay married in 1900
- enlisted from Frankton Junction
* 2/1128 - Jacob PEARSON
NOK William Pearson, Battlehill, Portadown, Armagh, Ireland
- enlisted from Roseneath, Wellington
- married Ellen MITCHELL in 1918
* 2/1468 - Leslie John SPINLEY (1896-)
NOK mother, Mrs Annie Spinley, Devonport, Auckland
- parents were Joseph Christopher SPINLEY & Annie Sarah Burgess KING
- enlisted from 38 Queen's Parade, Devonport, Auckland
- brother Henry Cuthbert Spinley also served
- brother Frederick Thomas Spinley also served
* 2/355 Arthur James WOOD
NOK W. H. Wood, Hanover, Wadestown, Wellington


MEDICAL CORPS
* 3/433 - Duncan McRAE (1889-)
NOK father, Findlay McRae, Puerua, Otago
- enlisted from Puerua
- parents were Findlay & Williamina McRAE


ENGINEERS
* 4/689 - John BUCKLEY
NOK sister, Mrs L. M. Hill, c/o Hill and Son, Timaru
- enlisted from 93 Yarrow St., Invercargill
* 4/709 - William Walter CRAMP
NOK sister, Mrs Mary Stone (or Stowe), 4 Grenfield Road, Balham, London
- enlisted from 42 Selwyn Street, Onehunga, Auckland
- married Annie Amelia NORRIS in 1917
* 4/99A - John Ignatius FOX (1878-1926)
(born in Vienna as Fuchs and naturalised an Australian)
NOK wife, Mrs Fox "Te Nolio", Pahiatua
- married Clara Ellen Robinson in 1905 (nee Buxton, widow of Walter George Robinson). According to the court case in 1925, John was sent home after being twice reported as a spy. John took action against William Goodfellow for libel ... read here
Auckland Star, 13 December 1926 HENDERSON SUICIDE
BODY FOUND IN CREEK
... John Ignatius Fox, formerly organiser for the Waikato Dairy Farner's Union has been missing from his home near Henderson (Auckland) since Wednesday last
Auckland Star, 14 December 1926 PAHIATUA - The late John Ignatius Fox, whose body was found in Henderson Creek, was, several years ago, a member of the local Borough Council, debating society and other institutions. He figured very prominently in public life for a time and generally appeared to have had an eventful career
* 4/458 - Elvet Billany GILL (1894-1950)
NOK father, Mr Christopher Gill, Church St., Palmerston North
- born in Hull, Yorkshire to Christopher John GILL & Zillah Smith BILLANY who emigrated to NZ in 1904 & settled in Palmerston North
- married Zillah Edith BROWNING in 1932
* 4/769 Frank KELLY
NOK mother, Elizabeth Kelly, 49 Alexander Street, Auckland
- enlisted from that address
* 4/808 - James Albert NEILSON (1891-1922)
NOK father, Robert Neilson, 77 Queen's Drive, Musselborough
- enlisted from 33 Dee St., Timaru
- parents were Robert NEILSON & Eliza CUTTLE
- brother Edward Ferguson Neilson embarked 19 Jan 1917
- married Idalene Bell CRAIGIE (1897-1952) 28 May 1917 in South Dunedin
Idalene was born in New York to Thomas Lamb CRAIGIE (1863-1917) & Isabella BELL (1863-1949) of St Clement, Dundee, Scotland who later moved to New Zealand. Idalene's father was a Pastrycook & Confectioner in Timaru when her brother Thomas Lamb Craigie (1897-1970) served as Private 25477
* 4/42 - Albert Charles 'Bert' RICHARDS (1891-1921)
NOK mother, Martha Richards, 11 Tasman Street, Wellington
- enlisted from that address
- son of Henry Edward RICHARDS & Martha BURNISTON
Evening Post, 13 January 1921 RICHARDS - On the 13th January 1921, at Trentham Military Hospital, Lieut. Albert Charles (Bert), the dearly beloved youngest son of Mrs M. and the late H. E. Richards, Tasman-street, Wellington; aged 30 years
Evening Post, 15 January 1921 FUNERAL - The funeral of the late Lieut. A. C. Richards, who died at Trentham Hospital on Thursday morning, took place at the Karori Cemetery yesterday afternoon and was of a military character. General Chaytor and Major Finnis represented the Defence Department. The firing party was in charge of Lieut. Miles and a party of the Senior Cadets of No 42 Company, of which the deceased was formerly O.C., was under Lieuts. Chaytor and Smith. The pall bearers were Major MacFarlane, Captain Munro, Lieut. Dutton and Staff-Sergeant-Major Ledbrook. The Rev J. Dawson conducted the service at the graveside. The Harbour Board was represented by Captain Hale Monro and a large number of the staff, of which the deceased had been a member. The chief mourners were Messrs F. R. Webster and H. L. Whiteman, brothers-in-law of the deceased.
* 4/721 - Leonard John WRAIGHT (1893-1994)
NOK father, Lewis Richard Wraight, 20 Hereford Street, Roslyn
- enlisted from that address
- mother was Margaret Jane 'Maggie' WHYTE
- married Mary Etta HELLYER in 1919
* 4/874 - George YULE
NOK father, T. Yule, 27 Clarence Street, Aberdeen, Scotland
- enlisted from Wellington


ARMY SERVICE CORPS
* 7/30B - James COCHRANE
NOK mother, Mary S. Cochrane, Glenavy, South Canterbury
- enlisted from c/o Loan Company, Waimate
* 5/453 - Thomas Acton SUMMERS (1888-1963)
NOK father, Frank Summers, Paeroa
- mother was Ada Ellen ASTON
- enlisted from Paeroa
- married Sadie HIGGINS in 1917


CANTERBURY INFANTRY BATTALION
* 6/201 Major Cyprian Bridge BRERETON (1876-1962)
NOK brother, Thomas Brereton, Ngatimoti, Nelson
- parents were William & Ann BRERETON
- married Margaret Irene GUY from Orinoco in England in 1915
- a dentist by profession, he was battalion commander of the Nelson 12th Regiment at Gallipoli. He retired with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 1918. He grew tobacco on his Orinoco farm from 1925 and was involved with the Nelson Pioneer Tobacco Grower's Union in the 1930's. He moved to Nelson in 1935 and became the Curator of the Nelson Institute Museum retiring in 1960. He published 6 books between 1926-1952
* 6/1103 - Lieutenant Dugald MacDonald ROBERTSON (1890-1944)
NOK father, Dugald MacDonald Robertson, 5 St James St, Linwood
- enlisted from that address
- mother was Sarah FERGUS
* 6/751 - Stanley Louis ANDREWS (1899-1981)
NOK father, Frank Andrews, Richmond, Nelson
- parents were Francis 'Frank' ANDREWS & Emma Sophia BULLARD
- enlisted from Brightwater
- married Leathia Maud FENEMOR in 1917
* 6/2347 - Alfred Francis ASHBOLT (1878-1927)
NOK mother, mother, Minnie Jane Ashbolt c/o Mrs Santy, Rakaia
- parents were George ASHBOLT & Minnie Jane HINDE
- his mother lived 182 Chester St, Christchurch & 162 Leet St, Invercargill
- enlisted from Mangawai, North Auckland
* 6/194 - Harry BARLOW
NOK father, John Barlow, 261 Bolton Road, Radcliff, Manchester, England
- enlisted from Golden Bay, Marlborough
* 6/1205 - Frederick John BOWRING (1895-1962)
NOK father, Mr James Bowring, Kaiapoi
- enlisted from Kaiapoi
- parents were James BOWRING & Cassandra JURY
- married Lucy JONES 19 Oct 1915 in Wales & had 2 children in Kaiapoi
* 6/1051 - Albert BRANT
NOK wife, Mrs G. Brant, Percival Street, Rangiora
- enlisted from 356 Madras Street, Christchurch
* 6/1247 - Reuben Morris BROOMFIELD (1893-)
NOK mother, Elizabeth Jane Broomfield, Annat, Canterbury
- enlisted from Annat
- parents were Thomas BROOMFIELD & Elizabeth Jane ZANDSTRA(?)
- married Ethel Haigh in 1931
* 6/421 James Fleming BRYCE
NOK Archibald Bryce, Hatton Street, Timaru
- enlisted from c/o P. W. Hutton and Co., Timaru
- married Edith Blanche Hamlyn in 1927
* 6/2089 - Alexander CAMPBELL
NOK father, Alexander Campbell, Waikari
- enlisted from Waikari
* 6/1113 - Reginald CARROLL
NOK Mrs O. Carroll, Smithfield, Orange Free State, South Africa
- enlisted from Woodend, North Canterbury
* 6/1182 - Charles William COLLINSON (1882-1958)
NOK Mrs Collinson, 489 Hesle Pond, Hull, England
- enlisted as Warder, c/o H.M. Prison, Lyttelton
* 6/437 - Thomas Henry CUNNARD (1888-1962)
NOK father, John Cunnard, Temuka
- enlisted from Temuka
- parents were John CUNNARD & Bridget/Bridgetta McKENNA
- married Euphemia Mary SMITH (1901-1967) in 1923
* 6/449 Frederick George DUNN
NOK Frederick James Dunn, Box 126, Timaru
* 6/951 - Frank Sydney DYER (1890-1967)
NOK Sidney Vincent Dyer, Cambridge Terrace, Christchurch
- enlisted from that address
- mother was Ellen GIBB
- married Emma Louisa CAMERON in 1920
* 6/1284 - John Henry FORBES
NOK Mr J. T. Williamson, Rara Railway Station, Victoria, Australia
- enlisted from Deep Creek, via Canvastown, Marlborough
* 6/1170 - Harold 'Percy' FOUGERE (1891-1974)
NOK father, James Johnny Fougere (1850-1937), Te One, Chatham Island
- enlisted from Tai Tapu, Canterbury
- photo of Percy & his siblings at Te One School, Chatham islands
- married Frances Emily 'Fan' Strang in 1918
- brother, Philip Broughton Fougere embarked 8 Jan 1916
- brother, Maurice Hereward Fougere embarked 5 June 1918
* 6/1857 - James Edward GOSNEY (1895-)
NOK father, John Gosney, Cliff St., Timaru
- enlisted from that address
- 8th of 13 children of John GOSNEY & Ada Fanny BORROWS
* 6/761 - Lance/Lancelot James HAGAN
NOK father, James Hagan, Rifle Range, Trentham
- enlisted from New Century Boardinghouse, Blenheim
* 6/2422 - Charles HAGUES
NOK father, F. Hagues, Clapham, Mysore Rd, Lavender Hill, Clapham, London
- enlisted from Buckland, Auckland
* 6/960 - John HEAD
NOK Mrs J. T. Head, c/o Mrs Harland, Post-office, Waverley, Taranaki
- enlisted from Queen's Hotel, Christchurch
* 6/272 Herbert Arthur JOHNSTON (1893-1862)
NOK father, William Henry Johnston, Takaka, Nelson
- enlisted from Upper Takaka
- mother was Charlotte Elizabeth NALDER
* 6/274 - Charles Valentine KEAR (1894-)
NOK father, William Henry Kear, Glenomaru, Otago
- enlisted from Havelock
- mother was Annie Sophia Van RENEN (or various spelling)
- Charles married (as Charles Valentine Van Renen) in 1922 to Winifred Jean Ballantyne HENDERSON (they divorced in 1928)
* 6/2178 - Timothy KELLY
NOK father, James Kelly, Colungarne, County Clare, Ireland
* 6/1090 - Azel LAWRENCE
NOK Alfred Lawrence, 39 Cornwall Street, Saint Albans, Christchurch
- enlisted from that address
- married Doris FITZELL in 1917
* 6/294 - John Beaton MARR (1884-1937)
NOK wife Margaret Marr, 125 Canon Street, Saint Albans, Christchurch
- enlisted from Havelock South
- married Margaret MERLIHY in 1903, had a son John Beaton Marr (1903-1980)
* 6/842 - Patrick Leonard MINOLA (1890-1948)
NOK Miss E. Harrison, 39 Kent Terrace, Wellington
- enlisted from c/o J. H. Davidson, Saint Leonards, Culverden
- base born 22 Jan 1890 in Wellington to Mary Minola (nee Bond 1861-1914). Mary had married Audro Luis Minola of Italy in 1879 & had 4 children. He died suddenly from an aneurism in 1885 aged 30. Mary had 2 sons, 1888 & 1890. She married Albert SANDSTROM (1876-1930) in 1897. Albert appears to have gone to Scotland then New York where he died in an accident. Mary married John William ANDERSON in 1902. She is buried in Karori
NOTE Patrick's NOK's name, Harrison, and address of 39 Kent St., was also the name & address of the witness to his half-sister's wedding (Herminia Giovanna Anderson, nee Minola) when she remarried in 1922 to William Henry Corlett.
- Patrick Leonard married Janet Swinton ALLAN (1885-1979) in 1917. In 1927 they were living at 3 Claremont St, Newmarket, Auckland & he worked for the City Council
* 6/1646 - Cecil Rawlings MURRAY
NOK mother, Louisa Ann Murray, 758 George Street, Dunedin
- enlisted from 4 Chambers Street, North-east Valley, Dunedin
- married Elizabeth Charlotte FRUISH in 1927
* 6/1064 - Albert Herbert MYERS (1888-1957)
NOK father, J. S. Myers, Marshlands, Christchurch
- enlisted from Preston's Road, Marshland
- son of John Scott MYERS & Sarah CASTLE
* 6/521 - George Patrick NIALL
NOK brother, Gerald Hugh Niall, 102 Grafton Road, Auckland
- 2 of at least 13 children of Daniel William NIALL & Norah CARROLL
- enlisted from 18 Buchanan Street, Timaru
- brother, Gerald Hugh Niall embarked 16 Nov 1917
- nephew, Alexander William Niall killed in action 16 Sep 1943 in France
* 6/1379 Orlando POINTON (1889-1963)
NOK father, Elviss Pointon (1866-1937), 9 Manchester Street, Petone
- enlisted from that address
- mother was Mary Lily MOORE (1869-1927)
* 6/341 Philip Nelson SADD (1896-1980)
NOK father, James Barton Sadd (1869-1949), Takaka, Nelson
- enlisted from Sea View, The Port, Nelson
- mother was Lillias Wilson BOLTON (1870-1943)
- grandparents were James Barton SADD, teach in Nelson & Mary Agnes HODGSON
* 6/361 - Charles Frederick STONE (1895-1959)
NOK father, James Elijah Stone (1857-1945, born Auckland), Reservoir, Nelson
- enlisted from Brook St., Nelson
- mother was Sarah LIMMER (1865-1922, born Motueka)
- married Blanche Letitia STONE (1897-1987, nee BENNETT) in 1920. Blanche first married his brother William John Stone (1887-1917) in 1913 when she was 15. William John Stone served as Captain 6/1990 & died of his wounds in Belgium
* 6/2287 - Henry Oswald SUTHERLAND (1889-1955)
NOK father, Hugh Sutherland, 396 Armagh Street, Christchurch
- enlisted from that address
- parents were Hugh SUTHERLAND (1867-1920), from Scotland & Annie PELVIN (1863-1941, nee WATERLOW), widow at the age of 22, of Henry William Pelvin (1858-1885) who died at home, Trent St., Oamaru from inflammation of the lungs after catching a cold. They had two young children (Clara Blanche Woodward Pelvin (1882-1940) & Robert Bruce Pelvin 1884-1950)
NOTE The Oamaru community held a concert to raise funds for Annie after the death of her husband. They raised L21.16, a 2014 equivalent of $3,836. Hugh & Annie are buried in Bromley, Christchurch
- Henry married Cathleen Agnes ROWE (1892-) in Christchurch 30 May 1918
* 6/1414 - Richard John SWEETMAN (1889-1941)
NOK mother, Johannah Sweetman, 113 Tainui Street, Greymouth
- parents were Peter SWEETMAN (1847-1913) & Johannah MURPHY (1860-1934)
- Richard John Sweetman, embarked Dec 1914
- brother, Michael Joseph Sweetman, embarked Jan 1917
* 6/933 - John Samuel TAYLOR (1886-1926)
NOK John Henry Taylor, c/o Mrs Sheritt, Preston Road, Greymouth
- died 2 July 1926 in Wellington, buried Karori
* 6/1752 - Arthur WEAVER
NOK father, Arthur Weaver, Rakaia, Canterbury
- enlisted from Raikaia


CANTERBURY MOUNTED RIFLES
* 7/476 - John BRYDON (1879-1956)
NOK mother, Isabella Brydon, 87 Springfield Road, Christchurch
- also served in the Boer War #3590
- parents were Robert BRYDON & Isabella LINDSAY
* 7/40 Michael Andrew DUGGAN (1889-1965)
NOK Mrs Duggan, Knapdale Post-office, via Gore
- enlisted from Waimate
- married Freda Thistle WALLACE (1899-1982) in 1930
* 7/48 John Thomas GILL
NOK father, Robert Gill, Makikihi
- born in Waikuku to Robert & Anne Elizabeth Gill of Ocean View, Rosewill, Timaru
- enlisted from Makikihi
* 7/860 - Maurice Arthur KNIGHT (1893-)
NOK father, Edward Richard Lewkenor Knight, 48 Hoon Hay Road, Spreydon, Christchurch
- enlisted from that address
- mother was Annie BARTON
* 7/627 - William McCOY
NOK wife, Emily Jane McCoy, Coalgate, Canterbury
* 7/631 - John Munro SCOTT
NOK father, David Nimmo Scott, Land and Survey Department, Timaru
- enlisted from c/o P.O. Box 22, Timaru
- mother was Kate Mary NEWTON
* 7/411 - Sergeant-Major Ernest WILLIAM WEBB
NOK wife, M. J. H. Webb, 82 North Avon Road, Richmond, Christchurch


OTAGO INFANTRY BATTALION
* 8/1397 - George Thomas BAKER
NOK father, Francis G. Baker, 85 Cargill Road, South Dunedin
- enlisted from that address
* 8/9 - Augustus Nelson BERRY (1889-)
NOK mother, Mrs K. E. Berry, Rockvale Estate, Weston, Oamaru
- enlisted from Weston, Oamaru
- parents were Benjamin Augustus BERRY & Kate Eleanor DAVIS
* 8/1040 - George BROWN
NOK William Brown, 72 Fitzroy Street, Kew, Caversham, Dunedin
* 8/1944 - Dugald BUCHANAN
NOK father, Mr W. Buchanan, 54 Oteramika Road, Georgetown, Invercargill
- enlisted from Oteramika Road, Invercargill
* 8/652 - William Norman CADDIE
NOK Thomas Caddie, 59 Prince Albert Road, Musselburgh
- enlisted from Musselburgh, Dunedin
- parents were Thomas CADDIE & Alice Menzies MUIR
- brother, Rupert Septimus Caddie, Corporal 47855, died in Somme, France
* 8/1211 - Duncan McDonald CHURCH (1894-1937)
NOK father, Percival Church, 11 Grange Street, Dunedin
- enlisted from that address
- mother was Alice Mary TRUMAN
* 8/1448 - Francis James DAVEY (1886-1948)
NOK daughter, Miss Jane Davey, c/o G. Davey, Main North Rd., Temuka
- enlisted from Temuka
- born 25 Nov 1886 in Temuka to George DAVEY & Maria Jane FINLAY
- married Alice Fanny CORBETT in 1917
- died of cancer 21 July 1948 aged 62 in Taumarunui Hospital, King Country
* 8/1059 - Cecil Harold DUNCAN (1885-1954)
NOK mother, Mary Duncan, 115 Main South Road, Caversham, Dunedin
- enlisted from that address
- parents were George Edwin & Mary DUNCAN
* 8/364 - Alfred James DURRANT (1900-1971)
NOK father, George Inverness Durrant, Rangiora, North Canterbury
- enlisted from Otautau
- mother was Beatrice MARLOW (1877-1964)
George Inverness Durrant (1876-1933) was born on board the Inverness into Hawkes Bay. He and Beatrice are buried at Karori
NOTE
Alfred was born 26 Jan 1900 & embarked 16 Oct 1914 making him aged 14.9
* 8/1759 - John JOHNSTONE
NOK mother, Mrs J. Coutts, 103 Arthur Street, Dunedin
- enlisted from that address
* 8/401 - Alphonsus KIRWAN
NOK father, John Kirwan, East Road, Invercargill
- enlisted from that address
* 8/234 - Oliver John LAY (1885-)
NOK sister, Olive Lavinia Mary Lay, Kelso, Otago
- enlisted from Kelso
- parents were Alfred & Mary Elizabeth LAY
- married Mabel McCARRIGAN in 1917
- (sister Olive married Alexander Officer Wilson in 1915)
* 8/251 - Gordon McKENZIE (1892-)
NOK mother, Mrs William Tilson, Toiro, Balclutha
- enlisted from Clinton
- his mother, Florence Mary (nee Drapper) married Alexander McKenzie in 1881 & remarried in 1901 to William Henry Tilson
* 8/239 - Ian Chisholm McRAE
NOK Mrs Marion Ranken, Lime Grove, Derby Road, East Sheen, London
- enlisted from Edendale
* 8/1377 - Clement MALLINSON
NOK Clement Mallinson, 38 Knight Street, Halifax, Yorkshire, England
- enlisted from Bloomfield, Dannevirke
* 8/1896 - Stanley Hampton MITCHELL (1890-1968)
NOK father, John Mitchell, Ngapara, North Otage
- enlisted from 80 Ghuznee Street, Wellington
- parents were John MITCHELL & Agnes Stanley DAVIDSON
* 8/245 - Charles MOORE
NOK father, John Moore, Tapanui - also Ngapara, North Otago
- enlisted from 80 Ghuznee Street, Wellington
* 8/75 - Joseph MONTGOMERY (1893-)
NOK father, William Montgomery, Ribble Street, Oamaru
- enlisted from that address
- mother was Elizabeth SKENE
* 8/768 David Marshall PATERSON (1896-)
NOK mother, Mrs J. Paterson, Wansbeck St, Oamaru - also 28A Eden St, Oamaru
- enlisted from Palmerston South
- parents were Henry Wallis Smith 'Harry' PATERSON & Jeanie Douglas RIDDELL
* 8/944 - William Louis PATERSON
NOK father, N. Paterson, 19 Winchester Street, Christchurch
- enlisted from that address
* 8/1174 - William Edgar PHILLIPS (1894-1918)
NOK cousin, James Kelsall, Kororo, Te Rapa, Waikato
- born in England
- enlisted from Mrs Jews Private Hotel, Lambton Quay, Wellington
- married Mary Ethel DUNCAN in 1916 (in Napier in 1918)
- died 23 Nov 1918 during the Flu Pandemic in Palmerston North, buried Terrace End
* 8/1633 - Edward SEDGEWICK
NOK father, James Sedgewick, Market Place, Tralee, Ireland
(possibly Edward Seymour Berresford Sedgewick 1891-1975)
- enlisted from c/o Powell, Manaroa, Rewa
* 8/2312 - Sydney Augustus SHARPE
NOK mother, Mrs L. Sharpe, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England
- enlisted from 36 Thompson Street, Wellington (re-enlisted 1917)
* 8/295 - Alexander SHIPMAN (1891-1954)
NOK sister, Mrs Annie PUMPA, Lyne Street, Gore
- enlisted from Gore
- son of John Thomas SHIPMAN (1853-1925) & Sarah BOYLE (1860-1915)
- married Emily GREER in 1921
NOTE Alexander's sister, Christina Maire Shipman married Carl Johann (Charles John) Pumpa in 1902 in Gore. Charles was the 5th of 14 children of Martin PUMPA & Louisa SCHORBACK (from Prussia to Victoria, Australia). Their 10th child, Bernhardt (Bernard) Arthur Pumpa married Alexander's sister Elizabeth Mary 'Annie' Shipman in 1910
* 8/486 - Arthur Wilfred SMITH (1887-1971)
NOK father, William Smith, Punta, Esk Street, Invercargill
- enlisted from 214 Tweed Street, Invercargill
- married Eugenie Victoria McCULLAGH (1891-1974) in 1917
* 8/1842 - Richard Gardner SPEIRS (1886-1959)
NOK father, Richard Gardner Speirs (1856-1933), Dee Street, Invercargill
- enlisted from Surrey Street, Gore
- mother was Agnes McNEILAGE
* 8/305 - John Francis WALSH
NOK father, Mr John Walsh, Burns Street, Milton
- enlisted from that address
* 8/957 - James WOOD
NOK father, Mr J. Wood, Highfield, Timaru
- enlisted from Empire Hotel, Christchurch


OTAGO MOUNTED RIFLES
* 9/361 - Marcus ANDERSON
NOK father, M. Anderson, 7 Gibson Street, Kaikorai, Dunedin
- enlisted from that address
* 9/601 - William James CLARKE
NOK father, Charles Clarke, Mataura
- enlisted from East Gore
* 9/267 - Walter James DILLON
NOK Alfred Dillon, Pahia, Southland
- enlisted from Seaward Downs, Southland
* 9/278 - Albert William FISHER
NOK father, John Fisher, Kapuka, Southland
- enlisted from same address
* 9/475 - James Eaton GAFFANEY (1880-1919)
NOK father, Francis Gaffaney, Cargill Rd., Dunedin South
- enlisted from Oreti, Southland
- parents were Francis Dominic GAFFANEY (1843-1919) from Belfort, Derbyshire, & Catherine 'Kate' BROSNAHAN (1855-1905) from County Kerry, Ireland. Francis was a Hotelkeeper (of 'The Railway Workshops Hotel' corner of Cargill Rd., & Cutten St., Dunedin) and also a member of the Canterbury provincial police. After his death his freehold residences were auctioned and comprised:- 3 Cutten St (6 rooms), 5 Cutten St (4 rooms), 7 Cutten St (4 rooms), 3 cottages on Lambeth Rd and the Workshops Hotel, a double-story brick building
- brother, Peter Michael Gaffaney, embarked 9 Oct 1915
- brother, Francis Dominick Gaffaney embarked 26 July 1916
- sister, Imelda Gaffaney (1891-1960) was Sister di Pazzi of the Dominican Convent, Oamaru
James Eaton Gaffaney served 3 years at the front, was severely wounded at Gallipoli and died of his wounds in April 1919 at home
On April 22 1919 at Dunedin, Lance-Corporal James Eaton Gaffaney,(No 9/475, Main Body) beloved second son of Francis Dominic Gaffaney of Cutten Street, South Dunedin, and brother of Joseph, Vincent and Francis Gaffaney (on active service) aged 38 years. R.I.P. To be interred with military honours at Northern Cemetery. Hugh Gourley, Military Funeral Director.
NOTES
* Francis's brother Michael Gaffaney married Kate's sister Margaret Brosnaham (lived Temuka)
* James died 4 months before his father Francis who died at the Chalet Hospital in Aug 1919
* see also the great blog on Peter Michael Gaffaney & family (with photos)
* 9/538 - William Alexander GUNN
NOK father, William Gunn, 112 King Street, Glasgow South, Scotland
- enlisted from Waipounamu, Riversdale, Southland
* 9/177 - Frederick McKAY
NOK Mr John McKay, Wedderburn, Otago Central
- enlisted from Miller's Flat
* 9/948 - Randolph Desmond MATHER
NOK mother, Ellen Mather, Portabello, Otago
- enlisted from Portobello
- parents were James Edward MATHER & Ellen Mary DESMOND
* 9/314 - Robert MORRISON
NOK mother, Mrs Johan Morrison, Eastern Bush, via Otautau
- enlisted from Dipton, Southland
* 9/625 - James PAUL
NOK wife, Mrs T. Paul, 7 Evelyn Place, Wellington, also 116 Fox St, Gisborne
- enlisted from 7 Mount Street, Central Auckland
* 9/742 - John PETERSEN
NOK brother, J. Patersen, Princes St., Dunedin
- enlisted from c/o Little, Omihi, Kaikoura
* 9/875 - Marcus Turnbull ROSS
NOK brother, J. Ross, Bonnivale, Tapanui - also, Rose Hall, Warepa, Otago
- enlisted from Clydevale, Otago
* 9/208 David SMAILLIE (1868-1945)
NOK sister, Mrs Mary Connor, c/o Post Office, Mosgiel
- enlisted from Mosgiel
- sister Mary Addie Smaillie (1866-1960) married William Connor in 1884
- married Ann Dow RAMSAY in 1919
* 9/84A - James STEWART (1890-1918)
NOK Thomas Stewart, Awamoa, North Oamaru
- born 9 April 1890 in Oamaru to Thomas STEWART & Amelia HAMILTON
- enlisted from 34 Cashel St., Christchurch with service number 3/84A, 26 Aug 1914. Service number changed to 9/84A with transfer to Otago Mounted Rifles
- died 8 Dec 1918 from Pulmonary Tuberculosis & buried Oamaru
* 9/1993 - Patrick Joseph SULLIVAN
NOK father, John Sullivan, 34 William Street, Timaru
- enlisted from that address
* 9/93 - Peter TORRIE
NOK wife, Maria Torrie, 12 De Carle Street, St Kilda, Dunedin
- enlisted from Dunedin
- married Maria SUTHERLAND in 1912
* 9/772 - Herbert McDonell WHITE
NOK mother, Elizabeth White, Tahunga, Gisborne
- enlisted from Tahunga


WELLINGTON INFANTRY BATTALION
* 10/1724 - Thomas ANTHONY
NOK father, James Anthony, Castlecliff, Wanganui
- enlisted from Castlecliff, Wanganui
* 10/1713 - Alfred ACOTT
NOK father, Alfred Acott, Woodfall, Luddingford, Yalding, Kent, England
- enlisted from Avoca House, Napier
* 10/1406 - Philip Augustus BANKS
NOK sister, Miss M. Banks, 2 Viking Road, Arbair Hill, Military Quarter, Dublin
- enlisted from Royal Hotel, Palmerston North
* 10/588 - Arthur Henry BEABLE (1889-1923)
NOK Mrs Morya Beable, Westbourne Rd., Plymouth, England
- enlisted from Dannevirke
* 10/1181 - William Andrew BELL
NOK sister, Mrs C. H. Marshall, Auchencrow, Scotland
* 10/285 - Alfred Cecil BOWMAN (1890-)
NOK mother, Mrs Edgar Elliot Carew, 78 Nith Street, Invercargill
- born in NZ to Johnathan 'John' Ashbridge BOWMAN (1850-1891) & Rebecca FAZAKERLEY (1867-1941) from Elwood, Melbourne, Australia. His father died when he was about 1 and his mother Rebecca remarried in 1904 to Edgar Elliot Carew. Edgar had first married Helen Jane JEFFCOAT (1861-1902) in 1889
- a brother, Jonathan Bertram Bowman enlisted from Melbourne 14 July 1915
- a brother, James Ashbridge Bowman enlisted in Melbourne 16 July 1915
- a step brother, Eric Evelyn Carew enlisted from Gonville 17 April 1915
- a step brother, Alan Elon Edgar Carew enlisted from Wanganui 14 Aug 1915
- a step brother, Dudley Wilmott Carew was killed in action at Gallipoli
* 10/1752 - Edward BRICKDALE
NOK mother, Charlotte Brickdale, 5 Foster Street, Bedfordshire, England
- enlisted from Waipawa
* 10/1765 - John Thomas BYRNE
NOK mohter, Mary Byrne, 28 Iona Road, Glasnevin, Dublin
- enlisted from 29 Wellington Street, Gisborne
* 10/226 - Sydney DRINKROW (1893-1943)
NOK Mrs Elizabeth Drinkrow, Nafferton, East Yorkshire, England
- enlisted from c/o Post Office, Hastings
- married Florence Eva SAYERS in 1925
* 10/2120 - Sergeant-Major William DUNLEVEY
NOK father, D. Dunlevey (father), 37 Fairview Street, Belfast, Ireland
- enlisted from Alhambra Hotel, Wellington
* 10/319 - Ernest Horatio Thornton DUNN
NOK brother, John Gilman Dunn, Solicitor, Napier
- enlisted from Lucy Road, Napier, Hawkes Bay
- sons of David DUNN & Elizabeth Gilman JAGOE
* 10/953 - Henry George FENN
NOK Henry George Fenn, Riverbend Rd., Meanee, Napier
- enlisted from that address
- son of Henry George FENN & Matilda Harriet BOYD
* 10/1486 Joseph FRANKLIN
NOK mother, Mrs H. Franklin, Chaucer Road, Napier
- enlisted from Coley Street, Foxton
* 10/2166 - Waverley GREEN
NOK sister, Mrs A. Sparrow, St Albans, Christchurch
- enlisted from Whatatutu, Gisborne
* 10/612 Edward Dunstan HARVEY
NOK E. Harvey, Grand Hotel, Calcutta, India
- enlisted from Manunui
* 10/586 - John HENRY
NOK wife, Irene Henry, c/o Mrs J. Thompson, Waikanae
- enlisted from Riseholme, Christchurch
* 10/33 - Edward HUNT
NOK father, Edward Hunt, Mangaremarama, Pahiatua
- enlisted from that address
* 10/1858 - George Thomas HUTTON
NOK father, Thomas Hutton, Lake Rd., Hawera, Taranaki
- enlisted from Criterion Hotel, Wanganui
* 10/1536 - Donald McCall JAMIESON
NOK mother, Elizabeth Jamieson, 37 Saint Andrew Street, Dundee, Scotland
- enlisted from Bormain Terrace, Aro Street, Wellington
* 10/673 - Alfred Robert William KREBS (1892-)
NOK father, Charles Frederic William Krebs, Mangaweka
- mother was Matilda JALLOWFIELD (spelling?)
- enlisted from E. L. Rogers, New Zealand
- married Mabel ALLISON in 1919
- brother Harold Thomas 'Harry' Krebs also served
* 10/2442 - Gilbert Alexander LAWRENCE
NOK father, H. W. Lawrence, Johnsonville, Wellington
- enlisted from Aurora Road, Johnsonville, Wellington
* 10/985 - George LOCKWOOD
NOK father, George Lockwood, 5 Gear Street, Petone
- enlisted from 6 Clyde Road, Napier
* 10/101 - Martin McGRATH
NOK mother, Annie McGrath, Enmore P.O., Sydney
- enlisted from Pahiatua
* 10/1565 - Cyril Herbert MANN
NOK father, J. J. Mann, c/o Ramsbottom and Co., Rintoul Street, Wellington
- enlisted from c/o J. J. Mann, Lyall Bay, Wellington
* 10/1917 - Lieutenant Charles Cockburn MILES
NOK father, A. H. Miles, 39 Hobson St., Wellington
- enlisted from c/o Roberts, and Co., Wellington
* 10/2246 - David Patterson MORRISON
NOK sister, Mrs Sinclair, Brora, Sutherlandshire, Scotland
- enlisted from Sandbank, Turakina
* 10/623 - Ole Peter MORTENSON
NOK Mr J. V. Mortensen, Pio Pio, King COuntry
- enlisted from Matapuna, King-country
* 10/1297 - John James MURRAY
NOK mother, Mrs H. Sparks, Saint Albans St., New Plymouth, Taranaki
- enlisted from New Plymouth
* 10/965 - Albert William NAPIER
NOK father, John Albert Napier, Beresford Street, Hastings
- enlisted from 308 Lascelles Street, Hastings
* 10/770 - Thomas Walter NARBEY
NOK father, Thomas Walter Narbey, Pokeno
- enlisted from Eltham, Taranaki
* 10/850 - Harry Bernard NIKEL (1889-1974)
NOK Miss Kathleen Nikel, c/o Levin and Co., Wellington
- enlisted from New Plymouth
- born in Australia to Carl Ferdinand NIKEL & Constance Mary THOMPSON
- sister, Kathleen Marguerite Nikel (1887-1945) was born in NZ & didn't marry
- Their parents married in Dunedin in 1885. They lived in Dunedin, Christchurch, Wellington, Sandhurst, Melbourne & Sydney. Carl left the family in 1890 and was served in London with a divorce petition in 1897. Constance was then in Oamaru
* 10/1936 - Albert NORTON
NOK mother, Mrs Emma Jane Hill, 21 Bolland St., Woodhouse, Leeds, Yorkshire
- enlisted from Peel St., Gisborne
* 10/441 - Edwin Oliver OLSEN (1890-1966)
NOK mother, Mrs Olsen, 133 Grey Street, Auckland
- enlisted from Taihape
- parents were Hans OLSEN & Jeannette CHRISTOPHERSEN
* 10/863 - Charles Henry PLIM
NOK father, Alfred Plim, Highfield, Doxey, Stafford, England
- enlisted from Warea
* 10/2462 - William John ROBERTSON
NOK father, J. R. Robertson, Hawera
- enlisted from Donbank, Wellington
* 10/1161 - Charles Arthur Cecil St PAUL (1890-1918)
NOK Mrs H. S. St Paul, Penhill Avenue, Parkstone, Dorset, England
- married Margaret Eleanor BOND in 1917. Charles died 20 Nov 1918 during Flu Pandemic aged 28. Margaret remarried in 1919 to Maurice Archibald GALL of Ngaruawahia
* 10/1080 - Charles SCOTT
NOK sister, Mrs Rangi Pohipohi, Waimarama, Hastings
- enlisted from Waimarama
* 10/1664 - Frederick Hongi Rewi STIDOLPH (1891-`873)
NOK father, Sydney Stidolph, 98 Lambton Quay, Wellington
- mother was Sarah HEBLEY
- enlisted from same address
- married Mavis Felicity Duneage TODD (1896-1949) in 1919
* 10/1378 - William John STEPHENSON (1894-1945)
NOK father, William Henry Stephenson, 124 Broad Street, Palmerston North
- enlisted from Palmerston North
- mother was Julia Elizabeth BUNGATE

WELLINGTON MOUNTED RIFLES
* 11/673 - Major Charles DICK (1886-1974)
NOK sister, Miss M. Dick, Kimbolton, Manawatu
- enlisted from Kimbolton
- parents possibly Randolph Douglass DICK & Elizabeth HARRIS
* 11/661 - Captain William James HARDHAM V.C. (1876-1928)
NOK father, George HARDHAM, 10 Cardall Street, Wellington
- his mother was Ann GREGORY
- enlisted 4 times (from Wellington & Petone, see next link)
- married Constance Evelyn PARSONSON in 1916 while convalescing in Wellington
- read also first man in NZ to receive the Victoria Cross during Boer War
* 11/620 - William Gibb BLACKLOCK (1889-1965)
NOK father, George Walter Blacklock, Ohakune
- enlisted from Ohakune
- married Nellie Mahaley CRUTTENDEN in 1916
- he married Ivy PATTISON in 1928
* 11/294 - Alexander Murray HUTTON
NOK Mrs Margaret Hutton, Church Street, Woodside, Aberdeen, Scotland
- enlisted from Dannevirke
* 11/482 - William George MARSHALL (1887-)
NOK mother, Rebecca Marshall, Hampden, Otago
- enlisted from Stock Department, New Plymouth
- parents were George MARSHALL & Rebecca GARD
* 11/349 - Thomas William MURPHY
NOK brother, John Richard Murphy, Rangiora
- parents were Thomas Patrick MURPHY & Catherine 'Kate' COSTELLO
* 11/366 - Stanley RONALDSON (1891-1959)
NOK father, Thomas Sherriff Ronaldson, Public Trust Office, Wellington
- enlisted from Ngakonui, Hinakura
- mother was Fanny Mary Berend LUCKIE
- married Winifred Edith PERRY in 1919
* 11/135 - William George Thompson SHANNON (1883-)
NOK father, Graham Shannon, Owen Street, Feilding
- mother was Agnes MULHOLLAND
- enlisted from Feilding
- married Eva ANDREWS in 1917
* 11/152 - Dugald THOMPSON (1890-)
NOK father, Fairfield Thompson, Kimbolton Road, Feilding
- enlisted from c/o Dalgety and Co., Taihape
- 1 of 13 children of Fairfield & Elizabeth THOMPSON
- married Tuihi Maud INGPEN (1898-1971) in 1918
granddaughter of Edward Lockyer INGPEN & Sarah JONES
- a brother, Fairfield Thompson (39499) died of his wounds in Belgium 1917


AUCKLAND INFANTRY BATTALION
* 12/681 - Alfred John ANDERSON (1891-1939)
NOK father, Charles John Anderson, Te Kopuru, North Wairoa
- mother was Mary Jane THORNALLY
* 12/1580 - Roy Colin CAMPBELL (1895-)
NOK father, Richard Ernest Campbell, Ether St., Morningside, Auckland
- 1 of 14 children - mother was Maria SYMONDS
* 12/956 - Edgar Bertram 'Bert' De LACEY (1889-1930)
NOK Ellen De lacey, Carterton
- enlisted from Carterton
- married Nora Ellen ANDERSON (1897-1966) in 1916. Nora next married Fredrick Hugh WEDERELL (1906-2003)
* 12/348 Thomas Rees ENGLAND (1883-1948)
NOK father, William Lily England, Tauranga
- mother was Clara HILL
- enlisted from Waiotapu, Rotorua
* 12/2531 John LEES FAULKNER
NOK father, Christopher Faulkner, Kiwi Rd., Devonport, Auckland
- mother was Alice Shaw CAPPER
- married Rita Louisa HARRIS in 1923
* 12/1649 - Jack HALLY
NOK father, James Hally, Cambridge, Waikato
- enlisted from Sonoma, Auckland - wounded at Gallipoli
* 12/563 - John Peter HANSEN (1894-1979)
NOK Mrs N. Hansen, Mangatu, Dargaville
- married Ethel Amy Maria WOLLAND (1898-1924) in 1919
- he next married Wenonah Annie POLGLASE (1909-1984) in 1930
* 12/1432 - Percival Augustus HILLARY (1886-1965)
NOK mother, Mrs Edmund Hillary, Maranui, Mountain Road, Remuera, Auckland
- Founder & Editor of Tuakau District News
- parents were Edmund HILLARY & Annie Clementina FLEMING
- married Gertrude CLARK in 1916
Percival & Gertrude were the parents of Sir Edmund Hillary (1919-2008)
* 12/986 Ernest HOPTROFF (1870-1933)
NOK wife, Mrs E. Hoptroff, 3 City Road, Auckland
The Sydney Morning Herald, 22 July 1933 HOPTROFF - June 26 1933 at Auckland Hospital, Ernest Hoptroff, late Anzac NZ Expeditionary Forces, formerly of Sidney and Cheshire England, aged 63. (buried Plot 35, Row 4, Soldiers Burial B at Waikumete)
* 12/1671 - Stewart HOUSTON
NOK sister, Mrs E. Blackwell, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
- enlisted from Riverview House, Hamilton
* 12/1441 - Ralph Thomas JAY
- aka Ralph Thomas JAY-AUSTIN (also #23431)
NOK sister, Mrs Chapman, 34 Lambton Road, Hornsey, London
- enlisted from 56 Cook St., Auckland
- married Aimie Estelle DENBY in 1916
daughter of Charles James Springfield DENBY & Annie Maria HOLMES
* 12/145 - Harold JONES
NOK father, T. Jones, 11 Canada Street, Newton, Auckland
- enlisted from that address
* 12/1686 John JONES
NOK sister, Mrs Kate Hughes, 13 David Street, Liverpool, England
- enlisted from Waitomo Caves
* 12/581 - Noel Edwin Le NOEL (1891-1922)
NOK father, Noel John Christie Le Noel, Matakohe
- parents were Noel John Le NOEL & Maria Charlotte COPE
* 12/1701 - William Wilbur LYNCH (1895-1941)
NOK father, P. Lynch, Waitowheta, Waihi
- enlisted from Waimata
- married Ivy Frederica SPARROW in 1920
* 12/1474 - Robert McKAY
NOK mother, Mrs Rebecca McKay, Albion Street, Parnell, Auckland
* 12/1712 - Reginald Herbert MARSHALL
NOK father, G. S. Marshall, Saint James Road, Hastings, Sussex, England
- enlisted from Whangarei
* 12/180 - Ronald Grey MASON (1894-1958)
NOK mother, Annie Hunter Mason, 4 Smith St., Ponsonby, Auckland
- parents were Thomas MASON & Annie Hunter McCAUL
- married Hilda White BALLARD in 1919
* 12/583 Alexander John MUIRHEAD (1891-)
NOK mother, Margaret Muirhead, 27 Calder Street, St Kilda, Dunedin
- parents were James MUIRHEAD & Margaret ROBERTSON
- enlisted from 31 Shoal Bay Road, Devonport, Auckland
* 12/820 Daniel O'BRIEN
NOK Mr Charles O'Brien, Alpha Hotel, Kihikihi
- enlisted from Marakopa, Auckland
* 12/434 James Henry PATTULLO (1888-1973)
NOK father, Reverend James Leburn Pattullo, Kamo, Whangarei
- parents were James Leburn PATTULLO (from Scotland) & Morinie DAVIDSON
- enlisted from Waihi
* 12/2084 - Albert POTTS (1886-1961)
NOK father, Robert Potts, Aramoho, Wanganui (originally Newcastle, England)
- he was a son of Robert POTTS & Matilda CROMBIE who arrived into Napier 16 Dec 1876 on the 'Waitara'. They also lived in New Plymouth and Wanganui
- enlisted from Clifton, Symonds Street, Auckland in 1914 & embarked from Auckland 16 Oct 1914 with the Auckland Infantry Battalion as Private 12/841. His nok was his father Robert at 104 London St., Wanganui
NOTE a number of soldiers enlisted from the Clifton, Whittaker Place, off Symonds street (first tram stop past St Paul's). It was a casual & permanent accommodation hostel/hotel/boarding house.
- enlisted from 2 Russell Place (off Symonds Street in 1877 - off Cook Street by 1914) Central Auckland in 1915 & embarked from Wellington with the Auckland Infantry Battalion, 4th Reinforcements as Private 12/2084.
- married Hannah Elizabeth PRUDEN (nee Bloomfield, of Te Puke) in 1921
- he was Lance Corporal 32807 with the Royal New Zealand Army Ordinance Corps at Hopuhopu, Waikato in 1948 at the age of 61. (see link for more)
* 12/1486 - Albert POULSON (1896-1976)
NOK mother, Mrs A. Poulson, Piriaka, Taumarunui
- enlisted from 48 Grey St., Auckland
* 12/2101 Charles RIST
NOK father, David Rist, Manukau Rd., Onehunga, Auckland
- enlisted from that address
- brother John Henry Rist was killed in action at Gallipoli 1915
* 12/268 Arthur Leith SHAND (1892-1969)
NOK Mrs R. H. Shand, Mackay Street, Thames, Coromandel
- parents were James Arthur SHAND & Margaret Hood LEITH
- enlisted from 18 Huntly Ave., Auckland
* 12/879 - Angus TAYLOR (1892-1958)
NOK mother, Rose Taylor, 25 Cole St., Masterton
- parents were John TAYLOR & Rose STONE
- enlisted from Otahuhu, Auckland
* 12/476 - David Augustus VINCENT (1893-1955)
NOK father, Charles Hamilton Vincent, Paeroa
- mother was Ellen SNODGRASS
- enlisted from Paeroa
- married Gladys Ada HARPER in 1920
* 12/1042 - Fred WEBSTER (1899-1978)
NOK brother, A. S. Webster, Richardson Road, Mr Roskill, Auckland
- enlisted from Awakino, via Waitara


AUCKLAND MOUNTED RIFLES
* 13/119 - Lieutenant William Titley PALMER (1890-1968)
NOK G. Palmer, Waingaro, via Ngaruawahia
- enlisted from Lucklaw, Waiuku
* 13/787 - William Horace CRAFAR (1894-1959)
NOK mother, Alice Eliza Crafer, Seddon (WWI)
- enlisted from c/o J. P. Lethbridge, Sherenden
- father William (1864-1948) served in the Boer War & died 11 Sep 1948 - buried Omaka cemetery, Marlborough
* 13/336 - James Steenson FOX
NOK Mrs H. Fox, Papamoa, Tauranga
- enlisted from Taneatua
* 13/195 Eric Wyles INDER (1890-)
NOK father, Simeon Inder, Inspector of Post-offices, Palmerston North
- enlisted from Te Kuiti
- mother was Jessie Bruce WYLES
- married Ethel Margaret Baird HALL in 1918
- brother, Robert Walter Norman Inder served in the Boer War
- brother, Frederick leslie Roy Inder embarked 16 Oct 1914
* 13/379 George LAUER (1890-1960)
NOK Mr G. Lauer, Pukekohe, Auckland
- enlisted from Waimai, Raglan
* 13/714 - Alexander McFARLANE
NOK John McFarlane, Waipu, North Auckland
- enlisted from Waipu
* 13/716 - Robert Holmes McKINNEY (1892-)
NOK father, Benjamin Holmes McKinney, Warkworth
- mother was Janet BALLANTINE
- enlisted from Warkworth
- brother, James Ballantine Holmes McKinney died 1916 from disease whilst training
- brother, Lindsay Stuart Holmes McKinney embarked 13 June 1918
- nephew, Lindsay Holmes McKinney (1923-2013) served in Egypt
* 13/1031A - James MELLING
NOK wife, Mrs Lucy Melling, 92 Calliope Road, Devonport, Auckland
- enlisted from 100 Hobson St., Auckland
* 13/732 - Stanley QUINLAN
NOK father, Edward Quinlan, 41 Austin Street, Wellington
- enlisted from Fenton St., Rotorua
* 13/590 - Thomas Ruddle THOMSON (1889-1946)
NOK Mr W. Thomson, Middlemore, Gordonton via Taupiri
- born Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia
- enlisted from Pukekohe
- severe gunshot wound of right eye [later lost] at Dardanelles May 1915
- married Rhoda Mary WALDRON in 1921
- Thomas died 12 Oct 1946 aged 57 & is buried at Gordonton, Waikato
* 13/521 - Frank WATTERS
NOK mother, Elizabeth Watters, Mt Eden, Auckland, also c/o T. C. Watters, Waikino
- enlisted from Te Puke
* 13/752 - Ernest James WILLIAMS (1880-1954)
NOK wife, Mrs E. J. Williams, Albert Rd., Devonport, Auckland
- married Ida STRUDE in 1908
- enlisted from Albert Road, Devonport, Auckland


MAORI CONTINGENT
* 16/568 - Hone NEPIA
NOK Wheku Nepia, Manutuke
- enlisted from Manutuke, Gisborne
* 16/160 - Awatapu NGAKI
NOK Te Ari Turuturu, Te Puke
- enlisted from Te Puke
* 16/175 - Kouma TAPIHANA
NOK mother, Mrs Kouma Tapsell, Maketu, Bay of Plenty
- enlisted from Maketu
* 16/361 - Paratene TAUMATANGI
NOK father, Paratene Taumatangi, Te Kao, North Auckland
* 16/213 - Pita TAUWHARE
NOK sister, Tiri Tauwhare, c/o Post Office, Kaiapoi
- enlisted from 135A Thorndon Quay, Wellington
* 16/124 - Hatara Matehe Te AWARAU
NOK wife, Emma Matche, Waipiro Bay, Gisborne

Tentative arrangements have been made by the Mayor, Mr J. H. Gunson, for a public reception to the soldiers who are returning to Auckland by the Rotorua and to those who returned by the Willochra. Mr Gunson stated yesterday that it is possible the reception will be postponed until Thursday morning, but this cannot be determined until the Rotorua is within wireless range. Mr Gunson said he was in communication with Colonel J. E. Hume, officer commanding the district, and as soon as possible a definite announcement will be made as to the arrangements.
The Mayor intends to meet the Willochra contingent at the railway station on the arrival of the express train, and these men will be invited to attend the gathering in the Town Hall that afternoon or next morning., Cars will be provided by the Motor Service Corps for the convenience of the soldiers to the Town Hall

RECEPTION ON THURSDAY MORNING
The reception in Auckland to wounded soldiers arriving by the Rotorua and Willochra will not take place until Thursday morning, This information has been received by Miss Spedding, secretary of the Auckland Women's Patriotic League who desires to notify members that they should be in attendance at 9 a.m. sharp

NOTES
* The Nelson returned soldiers are:-
Major Brereton and Privates S. L. Andrews, H. A. Johnston, C. F. Stone and P. N. Sadd. Returned soldiers have suggested that some special welcome should be tendered to major Brereton. He was the original leader of the Nelson Company at Gallipoli and an officer who was highly esteemed by those in his charge

* Captain W. J. Hardham, V.C., who was returning invalided to New Zealand by the Rotorua, disembarked at Hobart in order to undergo a slight operation. The date of his arrival in Wellington, therefore, is uncertain. On Sunday Captain Hardham's parents received a cablegram from him stating, "All's well'don't worry"

* Sergeant Percival A. Hillary, of the Second Reinforcements, 15th North Auckland Infantry Battalion, is returning to Auckland by the steamer Rotorua. Sergeant Hillary was born in Dargaville, Northern Wairoa. For twelve years he was employed on the staff of the 'Bell' newspaper in that district, and afterwards joined the 'New Zealand Herald' at Auckland. After gaining some further experiences he bought the 'North Auckland TImes'. He sold out as soom as possible upon the outbreak of war, and reached Egypt in time leace with the Main Body for Gallipoli. He was present at the landing on April 25, and through the severe engagements in the earlier part of the campaign there. After three months on the Peninsula only 16 out of the 227 men of his company were left. Sergeant Hillary was then injured by a bomb, and was sent to Malta, where it was found that injuries to his ears and eyes were so serious as to necessitate his removal to England. While in England he qualified for a commission, but the medical authorities would not allow him to return to the front, and ordered him to New Zealand

* Captain H. A. Cooper and Captain R. Neave, who are to take up duty in New Zealand under the Defence Department, are passengers by the Rotorua. Captain Cooper is accompanied by Mrs and miss C. Cooper and Captain neave by Mrs Neave

* A party of domestic servants, in charge of Miss Alma Dale, is expected to arrive by the Rotorua, due in Auckland to-day from England

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*Benjamin + James LOVELL - Mangotsfield to Marlborough

Benjamin LOVELL was born 21 Jun 1781 in Mangotsfield, South Gloucestershire
- a son of George LOVELL & Mary NAISH
George and Mary were married in St James Church Mangotsfield 1 April 1777. Their witnesses were Pharoh GOULDING and Thomas POOL(E). George signed his name and Mary made her mark

Benjamin LOVELL married Frances POOLE 31 May 1802 at St. James's Church, Mangotsfield, South Gloucestershire
- Frances was born in 1781 in Mangotsfield and christened in the same little St James Church in which she was to marry 21 years later. Benjamin made his mark and Frances signed her name. Their witnesses were George PACKER and Hannah TYLER.

BENJAMIN & FRANCES had 9 children:
23 Jan 1803 - George Lovell
16 Sep 1804 - John Lovell (died as an infant)
27 April 1806 - John Lovell
22 May 1808 * Benjamin Lovell (emigrated to NZ)
15 July 1810 - Isaac Lovell
4 Aug 1816 * James Lovell (emigrated to NZ)
23 June 1822 - William Lovell (twin)
23 June 1822 - Joseph Lovell (twin)
13 March 1825 - Ann Lovell
- at the birth of Ann, Benjamin & Frances put their address as Staple Hill which is about 1km south of the main centre of Mangostfield.
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* BENJAMIN LOVELL (born 1808)
married Hester SPICER (1812-1898) St James Church Mangotsfield, 2 Aug 1831
the children of BENJAMIN & HESTER (born Mangotsfield before emigration):
* 1831 - Frances 'Fanny' Lovell
FANNY married Alexander FRANKLIN in 1851
* 1834 - 1919 Benjamin Alexander Lovell
BENJAMIN married Sarah Wyatt SHERMAN in 1860 in Riwaka, Nelson
the known children of BENJAMIN & SARAH:
* 1860 - 1924 Hester Spicer Lovell
HESTER married John William KING (1860-1936) in 1882
the known children of HESTER & JOHN:
* 1883 - 1883 David Alexander King
DAVID died aged 11 weeks
**1884 - 1919 Albert Victor King
ALBERT married Ann PATTINSON in 1911
* 1886 - 1887 James Lewis King
JAMES died aged 11 months
* 1888 - 1974 Dulcie Irene King
DULCIE married John William BURKE in 1912
* 1891 - 1960 Thomas Newton King
THOMAS married Martha Gertrude HOLYMAN in 1915
* 1893 - 1950 Robert Murray Rollo King
ROBERT married Maude Ellen NICHOLSON in 1926
* 1896 - 1973 Alice Zeta King
ALICE married Hylton Albert Lionel DIXON in 1928
* 1898 - 1979 Leta Evelyn King
LETA married Alfred Hollis HUETT in 1924
* 1901 - 1982 Leslie Gordon Melville King
LESLIE married Caroline Thiriza HUNT in 1927
* 1904 - 1935 Ellis Sidney Jack King
ELLIS married Ruby Clarice O'GRADY in 1928

BENJAMIN Lovell died on 8 Oct 1919 & buried Plot 051, Block 08 Wakapuaka Cemetery

* 1836 - 1841 Sarah Spicer Lovell
SARAH died in 1841 (before September) aged 5 in Mangotsfield
* 1838 - 1842 William George Alfred Lovell
WILLIAM died aged 3.9 in Mangotsfield
* 1840 - 1888 Alfred Lovell
ALFRED married Mary Anne POPE in 1862 in Havelock, Marlborough

On 21 Sep 1841 Benjamin, Hester & their 3 surviving children boarded the
LORD AUCKLAND from the West India Docks and emigrated to New Zealand
- They were accompanied by Benjamin's brother James and his family (see below)
- They arrived into Nelson on the 7 February 1842

the children of BENJAMIN & HESTER (born in Motueka, Nelson):
* 1843 - 1907 Christina Spicer Lovell
CHRISTINA married William Svent JOHNSON (1835-1907) in Motueka in 1863
- William was from Solvesborg, Blekinge, Sweden
- one of their sons was Albert Sven Johnson (1873-1964)

* 1845 - 1903 Thomas Spicer Lovell
THOMAS married Hannah ROGERS (1835-1885) in 1867
- Hannah was born in Liverpool. She first married Joseph COUSENS (1828-1865) in 1852 & had 2 daughters. Hannah and her 2 daughters, Mary Ellen (1854-) & Johanna (1858-) Cousens emigrated into Auckland 19 Oct 1859 on the 'Mermaid'. Hannah died in New Plymouth 9 April 1885 aged 50, buried Te Henui
THOMAS next married Mary Ann BLANCHARD 15 June 1885
the known children of THOMAS & MARY ANN:
* 1886 - Hester Violet Lovell
HESTER married Christian JOHNSON in 1905
* 1887 - 1889 Frederick Thomas Benjamin Lovell
FREDERICK died aged 2 & buried Te Henui, New Plymouth
* 1889 - 1889 Alfred Spicer Lovell
ALFRED died aged 6 months & buried Te Henui, New Plymouth
* 1890 - 1975 Norman Victor Lovell
NORMAN married Dorothy Hildegarde ORAM (1895-1936) in 1924
* 1891 - 1975 Sydney Roy Lovell
SYDNEY is buried at Awanui cemetery, Taranaki
* 1892 - 1953 Ernest Albert Lovell
ERNEST married Mary Cecelia SMITH in 1916
NOTES
Thomas Spicer Lovell adopted 2 children in Taranaki:
* William Lewis HART in 1882. William was a 'deserted boy' aged about 3 at the time
* Mary Louisa CARR in 1884. Mary was aged 5 at the time
A photo taken in New Plymouth c1895 of Thomas Spicer Lovell and his young sons Norman & Sydney Lovell when Thomas was working at Paul's Brewery
THOMAS SPICER LOVELL died aged 58
- he was buried August 1903 Plot 45-2, Block: Old, at Motueka

* 1848 - 1914 Mary Jane Lovell
MARY JANE married Fredrick Eugene BULLOTT (1848-1904)
MARY JANE married Charles WOOLCOCK (1827-1891)
NOTE
see
the 'other' Mary Jane Lovell who was originally entered with this family

* 1851 - 1860 Esther Lovell
ESTHER died aged 9

* 1852 - 1903 Angelina Lovell
ANGELINA married Alfred Horace Eustace Roland BLISS in 1879
ANGELINA & ALFRED had 10 known children:
* 1881 - 1917 Alfred George Lovell Bliss Died of his Wounds Belgium
ALFRED married Marie Manning TOLLETT in 1907
* 1882 - 1955 Frederick Benjamin Bliss
FREDERICK married Caroline Emma BOYD in 1911
- a son, Bernard Alfred Bliss Died of his Wounds in Italy
* 1883 - 1972 Angelina Hester/Esther Bliss
ANGELINA married Robert Joseph GALLAGHER (1883-1909) in 1908
ANGELINA next married Albert Alcock NOBLE in 1912
* 1884 - 1948 Maud Thomasine Bliss
MAUD married George Henry GRAY in 1905
* 1885 - 1885 Amy Frances Ellen Bliss
AMY died aged 4 months
* 1886 - 1887 William Herbert Bliss
WILLIAM died aged 4 months
* 1888 - 1888 Violet Hilda Bliss
VIOLET died aged 10 months
* 1889 - 1890 Ella Theresa Bliss - twin with Ethel
ELLA died aged 8 months
* 1889 - Ethel May Bliss - twin with Ella
ETHEL married Alfred LARSON in 1909
* 1890 - Frank Herbert Bliss
ANGELINA Bliss remarried in 1896 to Thomas Joseph WILKINSON

BENJAMIN LOVELL (born 1808) died aged 65 in 1873
he is buried in Plot 12-1, Block: Old at Motueka
- his wife Hester remarried to Edward Stanton in 1875
- she died aged 85 in 1898 and is buried Plot 10-1, Block: Old in Motueka
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Benjamin's brother
* JAMES LOVELL
(born 1816)
married Ann BROWN on 3 Jan 1837 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
JAMES & ANN's known children:
1838 - 1910 Mary Ann Lovell
- born in Mangotsfield,Gloucestershire
- immigrated with her parents when she was 25
MARY ANN married Alfred FLETCHER in 1854 in Takaka, Golden Bay, Nelson
- they had 2 daughters Elizabeth and Mary Jane (amongst others)
ELIZABETH married Charles HARWOOD in 1874
- they had 7 children from 1874 to 1885
- Charles was a son of George HARWOOD of Thorne, Somersetshire, England and Elizabeth EASTMENT of Haselbury Plucknett, Somersetshire who emigrated to Nelson on the LONDON in 1842.
- Charles was also a brother of Henry Harwood who married Elizabeth & Mary Jane's aunty Mercy Lovell (see below)
- the known children of Charles & Elizabeth:
1875 - George Arthur Harwood
GEORGE married Harriet Jane COBB 1905
1877 - Ernest Charles Harwood
ERNEST married Maud Harriet ORGAN 1907
1878 - Amelia Elizabeth Eastmont Harwood
nothing else known
1881 - Mary Emily Harwood
MARY didn't marry, she died aged 83
1882 - William Alfred Harwood
WILLIAM married Rosetta Harriet WINTER 1912
1884 - Lilian Harwood
LILIAN married Archie PAGE 1907
1885 - Lizzie Harwood
LIZZIE died aged 20 months
ELIZABETH died 21 Aug 1885 aged 27, 7 days after giving birth to Lizzie
- her sister Mary Jane then married Charles 4 months later (on 26 Dec 1885) and would have brought the children up. No children found for Charles and Mary Jane
1840-1841 Mercy Lovell
- born in Mangotsfield,Gloucestershire
- Mercy died at sea on the Lord Auckland whilst emigrating to New Zealand
- she was 1 year old
1843 - 1935 Mercy Ani Lovell
- born in Takaka, Golden Bay, Nelson
MERCY married Henry HARWOOD in 1936
- Henry was a brother of Charles Harwood who married 2 of Mercy's sisters (Mary Ann's) daughters (see above)

JAMES's wife Ann died in 1869 aged 58
- she is buried Clifton Cemetery, Takaka, Golden Bay, Nelson
JAMES remarried to Sarah FLETCHER and they had twin sons Henry & James Joseph Lovell in June 1871
JAMES Lovell died in 1879 aged 64
- he is buried in Clifton Cemetery, Takaka, Golden Bay, Nelson

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NOTES
... thanks to the message from Erin on 3-1-2011, I will attempt to work out the marriages I had mixed up
Erin wrote: .. My grandmother was Fiona Marion MacClure Walker who married Albert Victor King. However my Alberts parents were John Thomas King & Elizabeth Hudson. John Kings parents were Thomas King & Ann Belton. I believe you have the wrong Albert connection in your line ...

** there were 5 Albert Victor King mariages in NZ between 1889-1929
- they were:
1/ - 1889 - Albert Victor King (1858-1937)
- married Alice Elizabeth HOMES (1864-1902)
- they had a son, Lauritz Victor King who died of wounds in France 1916. At that time Albert & Alice lived in Tahunanui, Nelson

2/ - 1904 - Albert Victor King
- Albert REmarried to Jemima ESSON (1867-1945)
- they are buried together Plot 125, Block 007 at Seaview Rd Cemetery, Nelson. Not known where Alice was buried

3/ - 1911 - Albert Victor King (1884-1919)
- married Ann PATTINSON

4/ - 1926 - Albert Victor King (1894-1964)
- married Fiona Marion MacGlure WALKER (1905-1990)

5/ - 1929 - Albert Victor King
- married Emily Clara May HAWKEN (1875-1970)

There were only 3 Albert Victor King born in NZ (which of course means little except there was also only 3 deaths BUT one of them was not born in NZ!!!)
This makes for probable remarriages for some (see above)

The years of their births and parents were:
* 1884 - 1919 Albert Victor King
- son of John William KING & Hester Spicer LOVELL
- married Ann PATTINSON in 1911
ALBERT died aged 34 and buried Plot 026, Block 09 at Wakapuka Cemetery, Nelson

* 1894 - 1964 Albert Victor King
- son of John Thomas KING & Elizabeth HUDSON
ALBERT (we know) married Fiona Marion MacClure WALKER in 1926

* 1890 - ? Albert Victor King
- son of Thomas & Anstay ? KING

AND an Albert Victor King (not registered as born in NZ)
1858 - 1937 (see 1)

any help would be appreciated

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