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the TERRYs on my tree (includes New Zealand settlers)

the TERRYs on my tree as at 13th October 2010

1. Terry, Annie Matilda (1875 - 1958)

2. Terry, Charlotte (1866 - 1951)

3. Terry, Connie

4. Terry, Ernest Edward (1874 - 1961)

5. Terry, George (1828 - 1902)

6. Terry, John (b.1797)

7. Terry, Louisa (1823 - 1912)

8. Terry, Reginald Albert Henry

9. Terry, unknown DAUGHTER

10. Terry, unknown DAUGHTER

11. Terry, unknown SON

the THACKER on my tree (includes New Zealand settlers)

the THACKERs on my tree as at 13th October 2010

1. Thacker, Albert Ernest (b.1878)

2. Thacker, Beatrice Alice (b.1875)

3. Thacker, Clara (b.1861)

4. Thacker, Elizabeth Ann (b.1871)

5. Thacker, Emily Jane (b.1858)

6. Thacker, Florence Edith (b.1877)

7. Thacker, Mary Jane (1870 - 1873)

8. Thacker, Matilda (1863 - 1914)

9. Thacker, Rosetta Ellen (b.1868)

10. Thacker, William Harold (1837 - 1914)

11. Thacker, William Charles (b.1879)

the THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge New Zealand - SOLDIERS A + B

All the following was taken from the site: THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge

The first Europeans to settle in the Cambridge area were the 3rd Regiment of the Waikato Militia, during the New Zealand Land Wars of 1860-1866.
More and more immigrants were arriving wanting land to farm but the Maori did not want to sell. The Waikato tribes united and elected Te Wherowhero as King in 1858 - known as King Potatau 1. Mistrust grew between the settlers and Maori, and Governor Sir George Grey, while talking peace, prepared for war, which he declared on 11 July 1863.
Recruitment for the Militia began. In the 3rd Waikato Regiment about 47% of enlistments were from the South Island, 24% in Auckland, 17% in Australia and 10% from regimental headquarters. About 18% were labourers, 13% miners, 10% in the building trade and 11% in agriculture.
The Waikato War continued with the last battle being fought at Orakau (near Te Awamutu) from 30 March to 2 April 1864. The British then confiscated about 1.2 million acres of Waikato heartland. Of this, 225,000 acres became native reserves and 50,000 acres were returned to the tribes. About 150,000 acres were subdivided for military settlements, the remainder to be sold to pay for the war

About 11% of these 700 militia soldiers were under 21 years
- 57% were aged between 21 and 30 years

SOLDIERS A + B ... SOLDIERS C ... SOLDIERS D + E

SOLDIERS F + G ... SOLDIERS H + I ... SOLDIERS J + K

SOLDIERS L + M ... SOLDIERS Mc + N ... SOLDIERS O + P

SOLDIERS Q + R .. SOLIIERS S .. SOLDIERS T - V .. SOLDIERS W - Z

A
ABRAHAM Thomas Robert

ACHESON (ACHERON) Thomas

ADAMS Charles
ADAMS Robert Russell
ADAMS Thomas
ADAMS Thomas
ADAMS William

ADIE John
ADIN Daniel Sampson

AGNEW William

AITKIN William

ALEXANDER John

ALEY George

ALLCOCK John

ALLEN Henry
ALLEN Henry
ALLEN Robert

ALLMATT Henry

ALTY William

AMOS John

ANDERSON David
ANDERSON George
ANDERSON James
ANDERSON James
ANDERSON James
ANDERSON John

ANDREWS A W

ANNETT Robert

ANSON James

ANTONIO Joseph

APPLETON Anthony

ARMSTRONG Jonathan Alexander

ARNOLD John

ASH John

ASHER Wells

ATKINSON Thomas R

ATTRILL Richard

AVERY Alfred

B
BADLEY Robert Dawson

BAGGS Thomas

BAHRENBERG Henry

BAILEY Ebenezer

BAKER Charles
BAKER George F
BAKER Joseph

BAKER (BECKER) Jacob

BALDWIN Thomas

BALL Richard

BALLANTYNE Alexander
BALLANTYNE Robert

BALLARD Henry

BALMER Richard

BAMFORD James

BARDON Ferdinand

BARKER John

BARKER Richard

BARLOW Robert Stanley

BARONATYNE (BANNATYNE) Ninan

BARRACK George

BARRETT James
BARRETT James

BARTELS Dietrich

BARTHOLOMEW Eugine

BARTLETT Daniel
BARTLETT Thomas

BARTON William Alexander
BARTON Charles

BASHFORD Townsend

BASS William

BATES James

BATTYE Benjamin

BAXENDALE Thomas

BAYLIS William

BEADLE William

BEARD John

BEASLEY Charles

BEATES/BATES Charles

BEATON Alexander

BECKER William

BECKMAN Adolphus

BEERE Elijah

BEGGS James

BELFRAGE George H

BELL James
BELL Charles Fraser
BELL George
BELL George
BELL George

BENNETT Michael

BERESFORD Thomas

BERNER Gotfried

BETTS Walter

BIRCH James

BIRCHFIELD William

BIRD John

BIRSS William

BISHOP James
BISHOP Richard

BIZZETT William

BLACK Charles

BLACKBOURNE (BLACKBURN) William

BLAKE Arthur

BLAKENEY James

BLOOMFIELD John

BLUES Peter

BOGE Christopher

BOHME Moritz

BOLTON Hallowes Henry

BON John

BONFIELD Patrick

BONFREY John

BOOKER Hude (Hode) William

BOOTEL Rennier

BOOTH Benjamin Bland
BOOTH James
BOOTH Joseph

BORTHWICK Christopher

BOURKE John

BOURKE Thomas
BOURKE William
BOURKE William

BOWES/BOWER Joseph

BOWLES Peter

BOX William

BOYD William

BOYER Alfred

BOYLE John
BOYLE John

BRADY John
BRADY William

BRANDON Richard

BRATHERTON/BROTHERTON Francis

BRAY John

BRAZIER James

BREICHT Charles

BRENNAN Patrick

BRETT Frederick

BRIEN Frederick
BRIEN James
BRIEN John

BRIGGS William

BRINDLE Crossdale

BRINNELL Edward A

BRITH (BRITT) Michael

BROADBENT Hiram
BROADBENT William H

BRODIE David

BROOKES Albert

BROOKS John

BROUGHTON Robert

BROWN David
BROWN David Troup
BROWN Edwin
BROWN Frank Mitchell
BROWN Henry C
BROWN John
BROWN John
BROWN John
BROWN John
BROWN Patrick
BROWN Robert
BROWN Robert
BROWN William
BROWN William
BROWN William
BROWN William
BROWN William
BROWN William
BROWN William F (J)

BROWN/BOWEN Henry

BRUCE Donald
BRUCE Robert

BRUTON Patrick

BRYAN John
BRYAN John

BRYANT George
BRYANT John

BRYLEY/BRIERLEY (William ) Henry

BRYON Jacob

BUCHANAN John
BUCHANAN John
BUCHANAN William

BUCKLAND William Thorne

BUCKLEY ?

BUKOWSKY Julius

BULLEN Samuel

BULLEY Peter

BULLMAN Robert

BUNTING Robert

BURBIDGE Henry

BURGESS Alexander

BURKE Francis
BURKE Thomas

BURNES James

BURNS Andrew
BURNS Michael
BURNS Peter
BURNS William
BURNS Daniel

BURNSIDE David

BURRIDGE Samuel

BURROUGH Ralph

BURSLEM George

BURTON Benjamin

BURTON Robert
BURTON Thomas Clark

BUSBY Albert (Abraham)

BUSCKE William (Lonis)

BUSH Robert Smelt
BUSH Thomas Edward

BUTLER Alexander
BUTLER John

BUTTERS Caleb

BUXTON Thomas

BYERS David

BYRNE John
BYRNE Martin

1 comment(s), latest 7 years, 2 months ago

the THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge New Zealand - SOLDIERS C

All the following was taken from the site: THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge

The first Europeans to settle in the Cambridge area were the 3rd Regiment of the Waikato Militia, during the New Zealand Land Wars of 1860-1866.
More and more immigrants were arriving wanting land to farm but the Maori did not want to sell. The Waikato tribes united and elected Te Wherowhero as King in 1858 - known as King Potatau 1. Mistrust grew between the settlers and Maori, and Governor Sir George Grey, while talking peace, prepared for war, which he declared on 11 July 1863.
Recruitment for the Militia began. In the 3rd Waikato Regiment about 47% of enlistments were from the South Island, 24% in Auckland, 17% in Australia and 10% from regimental headquarters. About 18% were labourers, 13% miners, 10% in the building trade and 11% in agriculture.
The Waikato War continued with the last battle being fought at Orakau (near Te Awamutu) from 30 March to 2 April 1864. The British then confiscated about 1.2 million acres of Waikato heartland. Of this, 225,000 acres became native reserves and 50,000 acres were returned to the tribes. About 150,000 acres were subdivided for military settlements, the remainder to be sold to pay for the war

About 11% of these 700 militia soldiers were under 21 years
- 57% were aged between 21 and 30 years

SOLDIERS A + B ... SOLDIERS C ... SOLDIERS D + E

SOLDIERS F + G ... SOLDIERS H + I ... SOLDIERS J + K

SOLDIERS L + M ... SOLDIERS Mc + N ... SOLDIERS O + P

SOLDIERS Q + R .. SOLIIERS S .. SOLDIERS T - V .. SOLDIERS W - Z

C
CADDIGAN Jeremiah

CAHILL Edward
CAHILL Philip
CAHILL Matthew

CAIN John

CALDER Anderson (Andrew) (Charles)

CALLAGHAN Daniel
CALLAGHAN John
CALLAGHAN John Patrick

CAMERON Donald (Dougald)
CAMERON John

CAMPBELL Alexander
CAMPBELL Dugald
CAMPBELL Duncan Gordon
CAMPBELL George M
CAMPBELL Hugh
CAMPBELL James
CAMPBELL John
CAMPBELL John
CAMPBELL Lawrence
CAMPBELL Peter
CAMPBELL Philip
CAMPBELL William

CAMPION George

CANN Edwin

CAREY William

CARGILL Robert
CARGILL William

CARLTON James

CARNACHAN David

CARNIE David

CARPENTER James Henry Moore

CARRY W E

CARSON James

CARTER William Henry

CASEY Martin

CASEY William

CASS Thomas

CASSIN Patrick

CASTLES George Henry

CAYMBLE (CRYMBLE) William

CHALKLEY John

CHAPMAN Isaac
CHAPMAN James

CHARLTON William Moray

CHARNOCK George

CHA(R)TERIS Linden (Saiden)

CHATLIN Frederick

CHIENE George Scott

CHITHAM Frederick

CHITTY Charles

CHRISTY (IE) John

CHRYSTAL Andrew

CHURCHILL Betham
CHURCHILL Thomas

CLANCY John Thomas

CLARE William

CLARK John
CLARK Owen
CLARK Richard
CLARK William
CLARK William
CLARK(E) John

CLARKE
William Charles

CLAUSING Henry

CLAYPOLE Alfred

CLAYTON Alfred

CLEAK George

CLELLAND Archibald

CLEMENT Archibald
CLEMENT William

CLEMENTS Archibald
CLEMENTS William

CLIFFORD Michael

CLINTON Charles

CLORNIN (CLONUN) P

CLOTHUNTHY (CLOTWORTHY) William

CLOUGH John
CLOUGH William

CLUNE George

COBHAM William

COBLEY William

COCKCROFT James

COCKRANE John

CODY William

COGAN Francis

COLDICOT William

COLE Edwin

COLEMAN James
COLEMAN Michael
COLEMAN Thomas

COLLINGWOOD Edward

COLLINS Breton
COLLINS Charles
COLLINS Charles
COLLINS Cornwall
COLLINS James
COLLINS James
COLLINS John
COLLINS John Joseph
COLLINS Joseph
COLLINS William Godfrey
COLLISH Edmund

COLSHAM Hugh

COMMONS George

COMRIE John

CONLON Bernard

CONNELL Daniel

CONNOR Hugh
CONNOR James
CONNOR Patrick

CONROY Michael
CONROY Murty

CONSTANCE Edward

CONWAY Bartholomew

CONWAY Francis

COOK John
COOK William
COOK(E) Frederick William

COOKSON Joseph

COOLEY George
COOLEY George

COOPER George
COOPER John
COOPER Thomas

COPELAND John

COSGROVE William

COSTELLO William

COULTER Peter

COURTNEY George

COURTNEY John

COURTNEY John

COWELL George

COWIE George

COWLEY Richard

COX George
COX James
COX William

COXHEAD John

COYLE Peter
COYLE Thomas

CRAIG William

CRANKSHAW Thomas Naylor

CRANSTON John

CRAWFORD Francis
CRAWFORD James

CRICK William

CROFTS James

CROSLAND John

CROSS William Henry

CROWLEY John

CROZIER Edward

CRUSE Peter

CUDWORTH Walter

CULLEN Thomas

CULPAN John

CUMMINS Edward Josh

CUMMINS Henry

CUMMINS Stephen

CUNNINGHAM John
CUNNINGHAM Richard
CUNNINGHAM William

CUR(V)RELL William

CURRIE David

CUTHBERT William

CUTTS Thomas John

1 comment(s), latest 7 years, 2 months ago

the THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge New Zealand - SOLDIERS D + E

All the following was taken from the site: THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge

The first Europeans to settle in the Cambridge area were the 3rd Regiment of the Waikato Militia, during the New Zealand Land Wars of 1860-1866.
More and more immigrants were arriving wanting land to farm but the Maori did not want to sell. The Waikato tribes united and elected Te Wherowhero as King in 1858 - known as King Potatau 1. Mistrust grew between the settlers and Maori, and Governor Sir George Grey, while talking peace, prepared for war, which he declared on 11 July 1863.
Recruitment for the Militia began. In the 3rd Waikato Regiment about 47% of enlistments were from the South Island, 24% in Auckland, 17% in Australia and 10% from regimental headquarters. About 18% were labourers, 13% miners, 10% in the building trade and 11% in agriculture.
The Waikato War continued with the last battle being fought at Orakau (near Te Awamutu) from 30 March to 2 April 1864. The British then confiscated about 1.2 million acres of Waikato heartland. Of this, 225,000 acres became native reserves and 50,000 acres were returned to the tribes. About 150,000 acres were subdivided for military settlements, the remainder to be sold to pay for the war

About 11% of these 700 militia soldiers were under 21 years
- 57% were aged between 21 and 30 years

SOLDIERS A + B ... SOLDIERS C ... SOLDIERS D + E

SOLDIERS F + G ... SOLDIERS H + I ... SOLDIERS J + K

SOLDIERS L + M ... SOLDIERS Mc + N ... SOLDIERS O + P

SOLDIERS Q + R .. SOLIIERS S .. SOLDIERS T - V .. SOLDIERS W - Z

D
DALE
William

DALLAS
George

DALTON
John D

DANGERFIELD
William

DANIELS
George

DANN
Jonathon

DAVENPORT
Charles Henry

DAVIDSON
Christopher

DAVIDSON
Robert

DAVIDSON
Robert

DAVIES
James

DAVIS
Charles

DAVIS
Edward

DAVIS
Edwin

DAVIS
Israel

DAVIS
John

DAVIS
Robert

DAVIS
Valentine

DAWE
William James

DAWSON
James C

DAWSON
Thomas

DAY
John

DAY
Robert D

DEAKIN
Thomas

DEAN
James

DEAN
James

DeCARTARAT
John

DeLEON
Henry

DENNIS
Richard

DEVOY
Henry

DIGBY
Thomas

DIGNON
Henry

DILLON
Daniel

DILLON
Henry

DILLON
James

DILLON
Joseph John

DILLON
Thomas

DILLON
Robert

DINGBURG (DINGBERY)
John

DIVER
Frank

DIXON
Samuel

DOADY
Edward

DOBBIN
Thomas

DOBIEE
Henry T

DODGSON
Joseph

DODS
John

DOGHERTY
Daniel

DOHERTY
James

DONNELLY
Edward

DONNELLY
Thomas

DONOHUE
John

DONOVAN
Denis

DONOVAN
Michael

DOODY
Michael

D'ORSAY / D'ARSAY
Victor William

DOUGLAS
Henry

DOUGLAS
Henry (Edward)

DOW
Andrew

DOWLES
F W

DOWN
William Henry

DOWNES
Joseph

DOYLE
Thomas

DRAKE
John

DREW
James

DREW
John

DRY
Edward Cecil

DRYBURGH
John

Du MOULIN
John Peter

DUAN
Michael

DUCKWORTH
Luke

DUCKWORTH
Y(T) H

DUDLEY
Robert

DUFFIN
William

DUFFNEN(R)
Otto

DUFFNER
Charles

DUFFNER
Herculean

DUFFY
Bryan (Brien)

DUFFY
Henry

DUFFY
Hugh

DUNCAN
Frederick A

DUNN
Richard

DWYER
Sydney (E.S.)

DYER
Henry

E
E

EAGAN
Patrick

EAGAN
Patrick

EASTON
Robert

EASTWOOD
James

EATON
George

EATON
Thomas

EDEN
George

EDGAR
William

EDMONDS
Thomas

EDMONDS
William

EDWARDS
Edward Robert

EDWARDS
George

EDWARDS
Roberts

EIKE
John

ELDER
Jonothan Henderson

ELDON
Robert

EL(D)RICK John
ELLIOTT
Alexander

ELLIOTT
Gilbert I

ELLIOTT
Henry

ELLIS
Edward

ELLIS
George

ELLROUT
Henry

ELVERY
Alfred

EMBURY
William

EMMERSON
Lawson

ENGLISH
Joseph

ESSEX
H Frederick

EVANS
Benjamin

EVANS
James (John)

EVANS
John

EVANS
John F

EVANS
William

EVERETT
James

the THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge New Zealand - SOLDIERS F + G

All the following was taken from the site: THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge

The first Europeans to settle in the Cambridge area were the 3rd Regiment of the Waikato Militia, during the New Zealand Land Wars of 1860-1866.
More and more immigrants were arriving wanting land to farm but the Maori did not want to sell. The Waikato tribes united and elected Te Wherowhero as King in 1858 - known as King Potatau 1. Mistrust grew between the settlers and Maori, and Governor Sir George Grey, while talking peace, prepared for war, which he declared on 11 July 1863.
Recruitment for the Militia began. In the 3rd Waikato Regiment about 47% of enlistments were from the South Island, 24% in Auckland, 17% in Australia and 10% from regimental headquarters. About 18% were labourers, 13% miners, 10% in the building trade and 11% in agriculture.
The Waikato War continued with the last battle being fought at Orakau (near Te Awamutu) from 30 March to 2 April 1864. The British then confiscated about 1.2 million acres of Waikato heartland. Of this, 225,000 acres became native reserves and 50,000 acres were returned to the tribes. About 150,000 acres were subdivided for military settlements, the remainder to be sold to pay for the war

About 11% of these 700 militia soldiers were under 21 years
- 57% were aged between 21 and 30 years

SOLDIERS A + B ... SOLDIERS C ... SOLDIERS D + E

SOLDIERS F + G ... SOLDIERS H + I ... SOLDIERS J + K

SOLDIERS L + M ... SOLDIERS Mc + N ... SOLDIERS O + P

SOLDIERS Q + R .. SOLIIERS S .. SOLDIERS T - V .. SOLDIERS W - Z

F
FAIRBURN
Robert

FALCONER
David

FARR
Alfred Eliah (s)

FARRILL
James

FAULT
Thomas

FE(A)THERSTON(E)
Cuthbert

FE(A)THERSTON(E)
William

FEE
James

FEEHAN
Michael / Malachi

FENNELL
Patrick

FENTON
William Dart

FERGUSON
Nicholas

FERGUSSON
John Campbell

FERRIS
Isaac

FI(Y)FE
David

FIELDS
William

FINCH
George

FINCHER
William

FINLAY
N Robert

FINNIN / FINNAN
John

FIRTH
William

FISCHER
Charles

FISHER
James

FISHER
John

FISHER
Robert

FISHER
William

FISHWICK
Joseph

FITZ (TIZT)
Reinholtz

FITZGERALD
Armstrong

FITZGERALD
John

FITZGERALD
Michael

FITZGERALD
William

FITZPATRICK
Bernard

FITZSIMMONS
James

FITZWALTER
Thomas

FLACK (FLICK)
P A N

FLANAGAN
Edward

FLANAGAN
John

FLANNAGAN
William

FLEMING
George

FLEMING
James

FLEMING
Richard

FLEMING
Robert

FLETCHER
Richard Bell

FLORENCE
Egbert

FOGARTY
Thomas

FOLEY
Henry

FORBES
George

FORBES
George

FORD
William

FOREMAN
Henry

FORKERT
Louis

FORREST
James

FOSTER
Louis (Lewis)

FOSTER
Michael

FOSTER
William

FOWLER
Francis

FOWLER
Frederick (R)

FOWLER
John

FOWLERTON
Matthew

FOX
James

FRANCES
William H

FRANK
Charles

FRASER
Angus

FRASER
Samuel

FRELAY (FEELEY)
Bernard

FREUNDSCHU(A)CH
Martin

FREY
James Lewis (Louis)

FRICK (FLICK)
William

FRINGS
Edward Crocker

FROST
William

FRY
Arthur

FULTON
William John

FURLEY
Frederick

G
GALBRAITH
Andrew

GALLAGHER
Peter

GALLOWAY
William

GALWAY ( GALLOWAY )
Theophilus

GAMMON
Edward

GARBETT
Joseph

GARLAND
Charles

GARRETT
William

GASCOIGNE
Frederick W J

GATEHOUSE
John

GAY
Arthur

GAYMER
Frederick (Edward)

GAYNES (GAYE)
Charles

GAZERLEY
William

GEE
James

GEGAN
Luke William

GEORGE
Frederick Nelson

GEORGE
John

GIBB
Thomas Ray

GIBSON
James

GIBSON
James

GILBERT
John James

GILCHRIST
Joseph

GILGAN
Joseph

GILLESPIE
Henry

GILLIBRAND (GILLELAND)
Samuel

GILLI(E)S Robert
GILMORE
George

GILMORE
George Nichol

GILMORE (GILMOUR)
Anderson (Andrew)

GIZZ(I)E
Leonard

GLEDHILL
James

GLOVER
Robert

GLYNN
Martin

GOING
John

GOLD
William

GOLDING
John Metlock

GOLDSMITH
John

GOLLAN
Alexander

GOODALL
John

GOODMAN
Thomas

GOODWIN
John

GOOSE
Robert

GORDON
James

GOSS
Daniel

GOTTCHE (GUTCH)
John

GOUGH
William

GRACE
Thomas

GRANT
Thomas

GRANT
Frederick

GRANT
James

GRANT
James

GRANT
Thomas

GRAVEL
James

GRAY
Andrew

GRAY
Peter

GREEN
Thomas

GREEN
Thomas

GREENING
Richard

GREER
John

GREGORY
Walter

GRESTWEK (GRESTOCK)
George

GREY
John

GREYSON (GREGSON)
Arthur Knopwood

GRIFFEN (GRIFFINS)
Charles

GRIFFIN
William

GRIFFITHS
Simon

GRIFFITHS
Willliam

GROOM
William

GROVES
Moses

GUBEL (GEIBEL)
Claus

GUDGEON
William

GUILFORD
Henry T

GUINEY
Charles (Lucas) Stack

GURM
John

GUTTMAN
Alexander

the THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge New Zealand - SOLDIERS H + I

All the following was taken from the site: THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge

The first Europeans to settle in the Cambridge area were the 3rd Regiment of the Waikato Militia, during the New Zealand Land Wars of 1860-1866.
More and more immigrants were arriving wanting land to farm but the Maori did not want to sell. The Waikato tribes united and elected Te Wherowhero as King in 1858 - known as King Potatau 1. Mistrust grew between the settlers and Maori, and Governor Sir George Grey, while talking peace, prepared for war, which he declared on 11 July 1863.
Recruitment for the Militia began. In the 3rd Waikato Regiment about 47% of enlistments were from the South Island, 24% in Auckland, 17% in Australia and 10% from regimental headquarters. About 18% were labourers, 13% miners, 10% in the building trade and 11% in agriculture.
The Waikato War continued with the last battle being fought at Orakau (near Te Awamutu) from 30 March to 2 April 1864. The British then confiscated about 1.2 million acres of Waikato heartland. Of this, 225,000 acres became native reserves and 50,000 acres were returned to the tribes. About 150,000 acres were subdivided for military settlements, the remainder to be sold to pay for the war

About 11% of these 700 militia soldiers were under 21 years
- 57% were aged between 21 and 30 years

SOLDIERS A + B ... SOLDIERS C ... SOLDIERS D + E

SOLDIERS F + G ... SOLDIERS H + I ... SOLDIERS J + K

SOLDIERS L + M ... SOLDIERS Mc + N ... SOLDIERS O + P

SOLDIERS Q + R .. SOLIIERS S .. SOLDIERS T - V .. SOLDIERS W - Z

H
HACKETT
William

HAGEN
John

HAINES
Henry

HAINES
William

HAINES (HARRIS)
Thomas

HAIR
George

HAIR
Henry

HALEY
John

HALIFAX
Francis

HALL
Jeffrey

HALL
Robert

HALL
William

HALL
William

HALLIDAY
David

HAMILTON
John

HAMILTON
T Baillie

HAMILTON
John

HAMLIN
Ebenezer

HAMLIN
Josiah Pratt

HAMMOND
James

HAMPTON
Jacob

HAMPTON
Samuel

HANCHARD
Charles

HANLEY
Patrick

HANLEY
Patrick

HANLIN
Michael

HANNON
Joseph

HANNON
Patrick

HANSEN
Christian

HANSEN
Clement

HANSEN
Ole

HANSON
Cecil

HANSON
Jordan

HARDING
Charles

HARDING
James (Wyatt)

HARDING
John (S H)

HARDING
Thomas

HARDINGTON
William

HARRIES
Norman

HARRIS
Donald Joseph

HARRIS
John

HARRIS
John

HARRIS
John

HARRIS
William

HARRISON
Edward

HARRISON
William

HARRISON
William

HARRISON
William

HARRY
Thomas

HART
Richard

HART
Thomas Edward

HARTLEY
Thomas

HARTMAN
(Ernest) Augustus

HARVEY
Anthony

HARVEY
John

HARVEY
Nathan

HASBERN
Samuel

HASKETT
Hebach Jonathon

HASLAM
John

HASLAM (HARLAND)
Charles

HAY
Henry

HAY
James Baird

HAY(N)ES
William

HAYES
Robert

HAYTON
Robert

HAYWARD
Harry

HEALE(A)S
Robert

HEALEY
James

HEANEY
Alexander M

HE(A)RLE Edward
HEASLIP
Benjamin

HEATON
James

HEIGEN
George Henry

HEITMAN (HEIDLMAN)
Hendrick

HENDERSON
David

HENDERSON
John

HENDERSON
John

HENDERSON
Robert

HENDRY
David

HENERY (HENRY)
Thomas

HENRY
Charles

HENRY
William

HENSEN
Gustav

HERDEGGEN (HEERDEGAR)
Henry

HERFORD
Walter Vernon

HERRICK
Charles

HESKETH
James

HESLOP
William

HICKEY
John

HICKEY
Richard Thomas

HICKS
A J

HICKSHISS (ROCKTHISS)
Francis

HIGGINS
Frederick

HIGHAMS
George

HILL
George

HILL
Josiah

HILL
William

HIRCHE
Ole James

HIRST
Edward

HISCOCK
George

HOBBS
James

HODGES
William

HODGSON
James

HODSON
John

HOGAN
Cornelius

HOGAN
John / Jno

HOGAN
John

HOGARTH
Robert

HOLLAND
John

HOLMES
William

HOLT
Charles

HOLTUM (HOLTURN)
John

HOOD
Alexander

HOOD
James

HOOLAHAN
James

HOOLAHAN
John

HOP(M)MAN
Claus

HORNE
James

HORSBURG(H)
George

HOUSE
Robert

HOWARD
Charles

HOWARD
William

HOWARTH
George

HOWELL
Henry

HOWES
James

HOWIE
William

HOWSE
George

HUDDY
W C

HUDSON
George

HUDSON
Henry

HUDSON
Joseph

HUDSON
Thomas

HUGHES
George

HUGHES
George

HUGHES
Henry (Thomas)

HUGHES
William

HUME
James

HUMPHREY
Charles

HUMPHRIES
John

HUMPHRIES
William

HUNTER
Samuel

HURFORD
George

HURFORD
William

HURLEY
John

HUTCHINS
William

HUTCHINSON
Allen G

HUTCHINSON
William Walter

HUTTON
John

HYDE
Edward

HYNES
William

I
IBBOTSON
Henry Jonathon

ILSLEY
Thomas

IRELAND
Henry

IVES
William

the THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge New Zealand - SOLDIERS J + k

All the following was taken from the site: THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge

The first Europeans to settle in the Cambridge area were the 3rd Regiment of the Waikato Militia, during the New Zealand Land Wars of 1860-1866.
More and more immigrants were arriving wanting land to farm but the Maori did not want to sell. The Waikato tribes united and elected Te Wherowhero as King in 1858 - known as King Potatau 1. Mistrust grew between the settlers and Maori, and Governor Sir George Grey, while talking peace, prepared for war, which he declared on 11 July 1863.
Recruitment for the Militia began. In the 3rd Waikato Regiment about 47% of enlistments were from the South Island, 24% in Auckland, 17% in Australia and 10% from regimental headquarters. About 18% were labourers, 13% miners, 10% in the building trade and 11% in agriculture.
The Waikato War continued with the last battle being fought at Orakau (near Te Awamutu) from 30 March to 2 April 1864. The British then confiscated about 1.2 million acres of Waikato heartland. Of this, 225,000 acres became native reserves and 50,000 acres were returned to the tribes. About 150,000 acres were subdivided for military settlements, the remainder to be sold to pay for the war

About 11% of these 700 militia soldiers were under 21 years
- 57% were aged between 21 and 30 years

SOLDIERS A + B ... SOLDIERS C ... SOLDIERS D + E

SOLDIERS F + G ... SOLDIERS H + I ... SOLDIERS J + K

SOLDIERS L + M ... SOLDIERS Mc + N ... SOLDIERS O + P

SOLDIERS Q + R .. SOLIIERS S .. SOLDIERS T - V .. SOLDIERS W - Z

J
JACKSON
Robert Cole

JACKSON
William George

JAMES
David

JAMES
Harewood

JAMES
Richard

JAMES
Robert

JARVIE
James

JAY
Joseph

JEFFS
William

JENNINGS
Peter

JENNINGS
William

JERMYN
Daniel

JESS
William

JOHNS
Joseph

JOHNSON
Idrus

JOHNSON(E)
John

JOHNS(T)ON Peter
JOHNSTON
Charles Christopher

JOHNSTON
James

JOHNSTON
Robert

JOHNSTON(E)
Andrew ( Frederick ) Simpson

JOHNSTON(E)
Francis ( Frederick ) James (John)

JOHNSTONE
Henry

JOHNSTONE
William

JOHNSTONE (JOHNSON)
Edward

JONES
Charles Henry

JONES
David

JONES
Edwin

JONES
Ewan (Evan)

JONES
George

JONES
Thomas

JONES
Walter William

JONES
William

JONKER
Henry

JOYCE
James

JOYCE
William (Richard)

JOYNER
Henry

JOYNER
Henry

K
KAIN
William

KANE
Francis

KANE
John

KARL
Joseph

KEATING
John

KEEBLE
Albert Henry

KEEBLE
Charles

KELLY
James

KELLY
James

KELLY
James

KELLY
John

KELLY
Patrick

KELLY
Patrick

KELLY
Patrick

KELLY
Thomas

KEMBLE
William

KEMP
G R

KENNEDY
Hugh

KENNEDY
John (Joseph)

KENNEDY
Thomas

KENNISON
William

KEOGH
Edward

KEOHAN
Thomas

KERR
Thomas (John)

KERRS (KIRSS)
Robert

KERWAN
Patrick

KIDD
Thomas

KIDD
William

KIELE
Theodore B

KILL
Franz

KILLEN
Douglass

KING
Charles

KING
Thomas

KING
William

KINNAIRD
Frank E

KINS(EL)LER
Martin

KIPPEN
Archibald

KIRK
Thomas

KIRKLAND
James

KIRKWOOD
John

KIRKWOOD
Robert

KNOWLAN
Andrew

KOHLER
Thomas Charles

KOHLIES
George (G.H. & W.G.)

KONGSTON
Lewis

KREIM
John

KRIPPNER
Johannes (Hans)

KRIPPNER
Martin

KRIPPNER
Michael

KRUSHKA
William

KYLE
William

the THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge New Zealand - SOLDIERS L + M

All the following was taken from the site: THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge

The first Europeans to settle in the Cambridge area were the 3rd Regiment of the Waikato Militia, during the New Zealand Land Wars of 1860-1866.
More and more immigrants were arriving wanting land to farm but the Maori did not want to sell. The Waikato tribes united and elected Te Wherowhero as King in 1858 - known as King Potatau 1. Mistrust grew between the settlers and Maori, and Governor Sir George Grey, while talking peace, prepared for war, which he declared on 11 July 1863.
Recruitment for the Militia began. In the 3rd Waikato Regiment about 47% of enlistments were from the South Island, 24% in Auckland, 17% in Australia and 10% from regimental headquarters. About 18% were labourers, 13% miners, 10% in the building trade and 11% in agriculture.
The Waikato War continued with the last battle being fought at Orakau (near Te Awamutu) from 30 March to 2 April 1864. The British then confiscated about 1.2 million acres of Waikato heartland. Of this, 225,000 acres became native reserves and 50,000 acres were returned to the tribes. About 150,000 acres were subdivided for military settlements, the remainder to be sold to pay for the war

About 11% of these 700 militia soldiers were under 21 years
- 57% were aged between 21 and 30 years

SOLDIERS A + B ... SOLDIERS C ... SOLDIERS D + E

SOLDIERS F + G ... SOLDIERS H + I ... SOLDIERS J + K

SOLDIERS L + M ... SOLDIERS Mc + N ... SOLDIERS O + P

SOLDIERS Q + R .. SOLIIERS S .. SOLDIERS T - V .. SOLDIERS W - Z

L
La MASURIER
Philip

LAFFIN
John

LAIRD
Charles Walker

LAKE
Charles

LAMB
Edward

LAMB
George

LAMB
George

LAMB
James

LAMB
Joseph Richard

LAMB
William

LAMBERT
Edward

LAMBOURNE (LAMBORD)
John

LAMBUS
George

LAMONT
John

LAMPRIER
Robert

LANE
George Frederick (Lavidons)

LANEY
James

LANG
Hugh

LANGSHAWE
Frederick

LANNON
Matthew

LAPTHORNE
William Henry

LATTY
Edwin

LAURENCE
James

LAURENCE
John

LEE
John

LEE
Walter

LeMAIR
William

LEMON
George

LEO
William

LESLIE
Alexander

LESLIE
Andrew

LESLIE
John

LESLIE
Thomas

LeSUEUR
John

LeSUEUR
Joshua P

LEVY
Benjamin

LEWIS
Edward

LEWIS
Henry

LEWIS
Isaac

LEWIS
James

LEWIS
John

LEWIS
Matthew

LEYDON (LYDEN)
Christopher

LINDSEY
Robert B

LITTLE
George

LITTLEDALE
William

LLOYD
Albert F

LLOYD
James

LLOYD
James

LOADER
Robert William

LOCK
Albert James

LOCKER
William

LOCKIE
George

LOCKLEY
William

LOCKWOOD
Alfred

LOGAN
David A

LOIRE
William Edgeworth

LONG
Charles

LONG
James

LONSDALE
I E

LONSDALE
Mark

LOOMES
William

LOTTMAN
Francis

LOVEDAY
Lambert William

LOVETT
(John) Thomas

LOVETT
John

LOWE
Thomas Charles

LUCKMAN
Walter

LUDWICK
Theodore

LUMSDEN
Andrew

LUTHER
Moses

LUTTRELL
Edwin

LYALL
William

LYDON
George

LYFORD
Absolam

LYFORD
Charles

LYNCH
James

LYNCH
James Innes

LYON
John Scott Elliott

LYON
William Charles

LYONS
Hiram

LYONS
Patrick

M
MACKAY
Alexander

MACKAY
Robert

MACKIE
David

MacLEAN
Chistopher Alaydon

MACREADY
Maxwell

MADIGAN
James

MADIGAN
John

MAGILL
Philip

MAGUIRE
Allan Noble

MAGUIRE
James

MAIN
John

MAJOR
Isaac

MALCOLM
Alexander

MALLETT
Richard

MALONE
Arthur

MALONE
Charles

MANDERS
William

MANGER
John

MANN
George

MANSFIELD
Mark

MARBIN (MAIBEN)
William Francis

MARKLAND
Edward

MARKS
Hugh

MARNEY
Francis

MARSHALL
Henry

MARSHALL
Robert

MARSHALL
William

MARSHALL
William

MARTIN
Dennis

MARTIN
James

MARTIN
Joseph

MARTIN
R Robert

MARTIN
William

MARTIN
John

MASON
Alexander

MASON
Francis

MASON
Francis

MASON
John

MASSEY
John

MATCHETT
David

MATHOS
August

MATRAVERS
William

MATTHEWS
George

MAWE
Patrick

MAWE
William

MAWSON
John

MAXWELL
George

MAXWELL
Richard

MEADE
Edwin

MEIER
Frederick

MEIKLE
Andrew / Alexander

MELROSE
Alexander

MENADISE
Alfred

MERCHANT
James Frederick

MERLE
Henry

MEWBURN
Henry

MICKLIN
I

MILLARD
Thomas B R

MILLER
Eugene Henry

MILLER
Robert

MILLER
Robert

MILLER
T T deB

MILLER
William

MILLICHAMP
Francis

MILLIGHAM
Joseph

MILLS
John

MILNER
John

MILTON
John

MITCHELL
James M

MITCHELL
William

MOFFATT
John

MOILLIET
George

MOLES
Samuel

MOLLOY
Joseph

MONAGHAN
Matthew

MONAGHAN
Thomas

MONTGOMERY
George

MONTGOMERY
George

MOORE
Henry William

MOORE
James

MOORE
William

MOORE
William

MOORE
William Andrew / Anderson

MORGAN
David

MORGAN
James

MORGAN
John

MORGAN
Michael

MORRISON
James E

MORRISON
Thomas

MORRISON
William

MORRISS
James

MORROW
Isaac

MORTON
George

MORTON
William

MOSS
William

MULLAGHAM(N)
Jonathon Henry

MULLER
Anthony

MULLINS
Michael

MULRESMAN (MULRENNAN)
Thomas

MULROY
William

MUMFORD
James

MUNRO
Cathel

MURPHY
Dennis ( Davis )

MURPHY
George

MURPHY
John

MURPHY
Michael

MURPHY
William

MURRAY
Charles Jonathon

MURRAY
James

MURRAY
James

MURRAY
John

MURRAY
William

MURRAY
William

MYERS
Charles

the THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge New Zealand - SOLDIERS Mc + N

All the following was taken from the site: THIRD WAIKATO MILITIA - Cambridge

The first Europeans to settle in the Cambridge area were the 3rd Regiment of the Waikato Militia, during the New Zealand Land Wars of 1860-1866.
More and more immigrants were arriving wanting land to farm but the Maori did not want to sell. The Waikato tribes united and elected Te Wherowhero as King in 1858 - known as King Potatau 1. Mistrust grew between the settlers and Maori, and Governor Sir George Grey, while talking peace, prepared for war, which he declared on 11 July 1863.
Recruitment for the Militia began. In the 3rd Waikato Regiment about 47% of enlistments were from the South Island, 24% in Auckland, 17% in Australia and 10% from regimental headquarters. About 18% were labourers, 13% miners, 10% in the building trade and 11% in agriculture.
The Waikato War continued with the last battle being fought at Orakau (near Te Awamutu) from 30 March to 2 April 1864. The British then confiscated about 1.2 million acres of Waikato heartland. Of this, 225,000 acres became native reserves and 50,000 acres were returned to the tribes. About 150,000 acres were subdivided for military settlements, the remainder to be sold to pay for the war

About 11% of these 700 militia soldiers were under 21 years
- 57% were aged between 21 and 30 years

SOLDIERS A + B ... SOLDIERS C ... SOLDIERS D + E

SOLDIERS F + G ... SOLDIERS H + I ... SOLDIERS J + K

SOLDIERS L + M ... SOLDIERS Mc + N ... SOLDIERS O + P

SOLDIERS Q + R .. SOLIIERS S .. SOLDIERS T - V .. SOLDIERS W - Z

Mc
MacCOLL
C E S (Dugald Charles Edward S)

MacINTOSH
James

McABB (McCABE)
Charles Martin

McARTHUR
David

McAULEY
John

McBRYDE
John

McCALLUM
Duncan

McCANN
George

McCANN
Laurence

McCARTHY
John

McCARTHY
Timothy

McCATHIE
Thomas

McCAUL
Thomas

McCHRISTOL
John

McCLAIR
William

McCLENNAN
James

McCLENNAN
James Edward

McCONNACHY
William

McCONNELL
Thomas

McCORMACK
Edward

McCORY
James

McCOWATT (LL)
William

McCRACKEN
William

McCRADDEN
Jonathon

McCREDDEN
Matthew

McDONALD
Archibald

McDONALD
Donald

McDONALD
Duncan

McDONALD
George James

McDONALD
James

McDONALD
James

McDONALD
James

McDONALD
James

McDONALD
Michael

McDONALD
Robert

McDONALD
William

McDOWEL
Cornelius

McEVOY
John

McEWAN
Charles

McFARLANE
Jonothan E Sangster

McGANN
Francis

McGEE
James

McGILL
Charles

McGILLIVERY
Samuel

McGIVERN
George

McGRADY
John

McGRATH
John

McGREEHAN
James

McGREEVEY
John

McGREGOR
Hugh

McGREGOR
John

McGREGOR
John H

McGUINNESS
Patrick

McGUINNESS
Thomas

McINNIS
Frederick John

McINNIS
John ( Frederick )

McINTOSH
Duncan William

McIVOR
William

McKAY
Angus

McKAY
Donald

McKAY
John

McKAY
Thomas

McKEARNEY
John

McKEEGAN (KEEGAN)
John

McKENNA
Robert

McKENNON (McKINNON)
Heston (Hector)

McKENNY
Daniel

McKENZIE
George

McKENZIE
John

McKENZIE
John

McKERRELL
Donald

McKINNON
Alexander

McKINNON
Donald

McLAREN
Andrew

McLAREN
Edward

McLEAN
John

McLEAN
Lachlan

McLEARIE
Thomas

McLEARY
William

McLENAN (McLENNON)
John

McLEOD
Alexander

McLEOD
William

McLERN
Francis

McLEVE (McCLIVE)
Francis

McLOUGHLIN
Thomas

McMA(I)NNIMY (McMAINLONG)
Patrick

McMASTER
John

McMASTERS
John

McMILLAN
Alexander

McMILLAN
Alexander

McMILLAN (McMULLEN)
Charles

McNAMARA
John

McNAUGHTON
John

McNEIL
John

McPHERSON
James

McQUARRIE
Archibald (Alexander)

McQUARRIE
Hugh

McQUIRK
James

McSWEENEY
Eugene

McVEAGH
Robert

McVILL(E)Y
John

N

NAGEL
William

NAGLE
Dennis

NASH
William

NAYLOR
Joseph

NAYLOR
William

NEAL(E)
William

NEIL
James

NEIL
Robert

NELSON
Charles

NELSON
George Frederick

NELSON
James

NELSON
James

NELSON
Thomas

NEVE
Henry Care

NEWALL
Stuart

NEWALL
William

NEWCASTLE
James

NEWELL
Maxwell

NEWTON
Alfred

NEWTON
John (James) E

NEWTON
William

NEYNOE
Loftus

NICHOLL
George S

NICHOLL (NICOL)
Thomas

NICOLL
Hugh

NIXON
Gerard

NIXON
William

NOACK
Henry

NOAK
Charles

NOLAN
James

NOLAN
James

NOONAN
Edward (Edmund)

NUGENT
John / Jno