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WELLINGTON 1858 - Electoral Roll - Q + U + V + Y

the Electoral Roll for the year 1858
- City of Wellington -

the original list was taken from the site
Electoral Roll for the year 1858 from Ancestry.com
but unfortunately do not know the compiler
______________________________________________________________________

A names .. B names .. C names .. D names .. E names .. F names

G names .. H names .. I & J names .. K names .. L names

M names .. N & O names .. P names .. Q & U & V & Y names

R names .. S names .. T names .. W names
______________________________________________________________________

.. Name .. Place of Abode .. Calling of Business


Q

Quin, Micheal (1811-1892) - Dickson St - Farrier

Quin, Hugh - Tinakori Rd - Labourer


U

Udy, Hart (1833-1905) - Hutt - Carpenter

Underwood, William (1838-1898) - Wellington - Mariner


V

Valentine, Nathaniel (1829-1892) - Manners St - Licensed Victualler

Valentine, John (?-1868) - Kumutoto St - Tailor

Varnham, John (?-18i68) - Ingestre St - Merchant

Vaughan, James (?-1866) - Lambton Quay - Painter

Vaughan, Augustus (1828-1882) - Lambton Quay - Tailor

Vauteur, John - Dickson St - Carpenter

Vennell, George Henry - Tinakori Rd - Clerk

Villiers, William - Ahuriri - Licensed Victualler


Y

Yates, Henry (?-1872) - Molesworth St - Carpenter

Yates, John (1806-1880) - Molesworth St - Carpenter

Yorston, William (1790-1881) - Pipitea St - Carpenter

Young, George - Wellington Tce - Settler

Yule, John (1808-1899) - Willis St - Mechant

WELLINGTON 1858 - Electoral Roll - R

the Electoral Roll for the year 1858
- City of Wellington -

the original list was taken from the site
Electoral Roll for the year 1858 from Ancestry.com
but unfortunately do not know the compiler
______________________________________________________________________

A names .. B names .. C names .. D names .. E names .. F names

G names .. H names .. I & J names .. K names .. L names

M names .. N & O names .. P names .. Q & U & V & Y names

R names .. S names .. T names .. W names
______________________________________________________________________

.. Name .. Place of Abode .. Calling of Business

R

Rabone, Edward - Wellington Tce - Shipwright

Raffling, Joseph Willaim - Willis St - Blacksmith

Raine, David - Willis St - Clerk

Ralph, Thomas Shearman - Ghuznee St - Surgeon

Ramsay, George - Tory St - Printer

Ramsay, Alexander - Willis St - Wheelwright

Randall, Wiliam - Ghuznee St - Bricklayer

Ransom, John - Wellington St - Wheelwright

Ras,h Daniel Baly - Hopper St - Labourer

Rawling, Edward - Manners St - Butcher

Ray, Thomas - Manners St - Carter

Raymond, John Crone - Willis St - Banker

Read, Henry - Lambton Quay - Tin plate worker

Read, John - Wellington - Baker

Read, Micaiah - Wellington Tce - Storeman

Reading, John Brown - Karori - Carpenter

Reardon, William - Lambton Quay - Shoemaker

Reed, James - Willis St- Builder

Reid, Robert - Taranaki St - Cooper

Reid, Thonas - Wellington

Remington, John - Murphy St - Painter

Remmandt, James- Thordon Quay - Sawyer

Renouf, Henry - Dickson St - Carpenter

Renwick Robert Wellington Bricklayer

Revans, Samuel - Wairarapa - Stockholder

Reynolds, Thomas - Wellington Tce - Carpenter

Rhodes, William Barnard - Manners St - Merchant

Richardson, George - Willis St - Builder

Richardson, Thomas - Willis St - Builder

Richardson, Thomas - Willis St - Bricklayer

Rickman, Alfred Templer - Town Belt - Labourer

Riddiford, Daniel - Orongoronga - Stokeholder

Ridings, Percy - Molesworth St - Printer

Riley, Barnett - Lutton Pl - Master Mariner

Ritson, Thomas - Dickson St - Millwright & Engineer

Rivers, Daniel - Tinakori Rd - Labourer

Rixon, Robert - Austin St - Shoemaker

Robert,s Edward - Wellington Tce - Engineeer

Roberts, Edward - Pipitea St - Labourer

Roberts, charles Henry - Evans Bay - Grazier

Robertson, David - Wellington - Gardener

Robinson, Edwin - Hawkestone St - Clerk

Robinson, William - Vivian St - Garndener

Roe, Charles - Lambton Quay - Printer

Roe, Edward - Lambton Quay - Licensed Victualler

Roe, Edward jnr - Cuba St - Printer

Roe, George - Wellington Tce - Carpenter

Roe, George - Murphy St - Shoemaker

Rollo, John - Tinakori Rd - Carpenter

Rooke, Thomas Hesketh - Hopper St - Accountant

Roots, Joseph - Lambton Quay - Carter

Rose, Robert - Wellington - Whipmaker

Rotermund, Henry William - Abel Smith St - Licensed Victualler

Rowlands, William - Lambton Quay - Merchant

Rowlingson, James - Dickson St - Seaman

Rudman, Charles - Lutton Pl - Painter and Glazier

Rudyard, Robert - Quin Pl

Russell, Henery Robert - Wairarapa - Stockowner

Russell, James - Murphy St - Carpenter

WELLINGTON 1858 - Electoral Roll - S

the Electoral Roll for the year 1858
- City of Wellington -

the original list was taken from the site
Electoral Roll for the year 1858 from Ancestry.com
but unfortunately do not know the compiler
______________________________________________________________________

A names .. B names .. C names .. D names .. E names .. F names

G names .. H names .. I & J names .. K names .. L names

M names .. N & O names .. P names .. Q & U & V & Y names

R names .. S names .. T names .. W names
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.. Name .. Place of Abode .. Calling of Business

S

Salisbury, Henry - Fazer's Lane - Carpenter

Sancto, John - Ghuznee St - Oar and Pumpmaker

Sargent, Henry - Murphy St - Labourer

Sawyer, Charles Thomas - Wellington - Clerk

Sawyer, James - Tasman St - Custom's Officer

Saunder,s Joseph - Tinakori Rd - Dairyman

Scafer, Carl - Willis St - Clerk

Schultze, Charles William - Hobson St - Merchant

Scoones, George - Ghuznee St - Mariner

Scott, Joseph - Lambton Quay - Baker

Scott, William - Willis St - Storekeeper

Scott, William - Thordon Quay - Tide Waiter

Scrivener, Thomas - Willis St - Gardener

Scutchey, George - Mulgrave St - Shoemaker

Sebley, Henry - Dickson St - Cabinet maker

Sedcole, John - Dickson St - Mariner

Sedcole, William - Dickson St - Tide Waiter

Seed, John Trelessick - Carpenter

Seed, William - Mulgrave St - Clerk

Sellar, James - Hutt - Farmer

Sexton, William - Molesworth St - Labourer

Sharp, Charles - Wellington Tce - Tide Surveyor

Sharp, George - Wellington Tce - Cabinet maker

Shaw, John - Wellington Tce - Labourer

Shaw, Hunter - Lambton Quay - Watchmaker

Shepherd, Thomas - Kumutoto - Carpenter

Short, Job - Lambton Quay - Labourer

Sievers, Wilhelm - Wade's Town - Gardener

Sievers, August - Wade's Town - Settler

Simpson, William - Nairne St - Gardener

Single, George - Abel Smith St - Architect and Engineer

Skeet, Robert Mixer - Pipitea St - Clerk

Skey, Samuel - Quayin St - Boatman

Slarks, John - Nairne St - Labourer

Slarks, John (jun) - Nairne St - Labourer

Smart, charles - Guilford Tce - Settler

Smith, Benjamin - Willis St - Merchant

Smith, Daniel - Pipitea St - Carpenter

Smith, George - Nairne St - Settler

Smith, James - Boulcott St - Merchant

Smith, James (jun) - Daniell St - Labourer

Smith, James (senior) T- own Belt - Labourer

Smith, John - Manners St - Blacksmith

Smith, John - Bolton St - Drover

Smith, John Elisha - Cuba St - Deputy Registrar

Smith, William - Lambton Quay - Shipwright

Smith, John Sydney - Molesworth St - Storekeeper

Smith, Robert - Cuba St - Labourer

Smith, Thomas - Golders Hill - Cooper

Smith, William - Willis St - Tailor

Smith, Willaim Mein - Wairarapa - Grazier

Smith, Joshua - Sydney St - Primitive Methodist Minister

Songhtton, Richard Brown - Willis St - Labourer

Spanier, Henry - Lambton Quay - Merchant

Speedy, William Lambton Quay Labourer

Spencer, Edmund - Wallace St- Carter

Spinks, William - Dickson St - Storekeeper

Stafford, Edward - Lambton Quay - Tailor

Stanley, John - Pipitea St - Settler

Stephenson, Timothy - Lambton Quay - Storekeeper

Stephens, James Hopkins - Pipitea - Boatman

Stent, Charles (1819-1891) - Murphy St - Carter

Stevens, Charles - Te Aro - Settler

Stevens, John - Hobson St - Settler

Stevenson, Burleigh R - Guilford Tce - Clerk

Stevenson, Thomas - Manners St - Storeleeper

Stewart, Charles - Tinakori Rd - Labourer

Stewart, Richard - Dickson St - Engineer

Stewart, James - Wellington - clerk

St. Hill, Henry - Wellington Resident - Magistrate

Stock, Arthur B.A - Willis St - Clergyman Church of England

Stoddart, James - Dickson St - Storekeeper

Stokes, Robert - Woolcombe St - Propriator of N.Z. Spectator

Stokes, John Milbourne - Woolcombe St - M. D.

Storah, Edward - Taranaki St - Storeman

Strang, Robert Rodger - Woolcombe St - Registrar Supreme court

Stratford, George Alder Lutton Row Warehouseman

Stratton, George - Cuba St - Carpenter

Stuart, Richard - Tinakori Rd - Labourer

Stuart, James - Willis St - Settler

Stuart, Archibald Paisley - Wellington - Merchant

Stuart, George Henry - Kai Warra-warra - Licensed Victualler

Stuart, James Mellis - Molesworth St - Merchant

Stutfield, Charles Abel - Smith St - Boatman

Styles, Samuel Stafford - Molesworth St - Sergeant Major of Police

Sullivan, Edward - Karori Rd - Carter

Sutcliffe, Robert - Dickson St - Blacksmith

Sutherland, John - Molesworth St - Storekeeper

Sutherland, John - Pipitea St - Carpenter

Sutherland, Nathaniel - Lambton Quay - Printer

Swaine, James - Tinakori Rd - Labourer

Swinbourne, James - Lambton Quay - Merchant

WELLINGTON 1858 - Electoral Roll - T

the Electoral Roll for the year 1858
- City of Wellington -

the original list was taken from the site
Electoral Roll for the year 1858 from Ancestry.com
but unfortunately do not know the compiler
______________________________________________________________________

A names .. B names .. C names .. D names .. E names .. F names

G names .. H names .. I & J names .. K names .. L names

M names .. N & O names .. P names .. Q & U & V & Y names

R names .. S names .. T names .. W names
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.. Name .. Place of Abode .. Calling of Business

T

Taine, James John - Wellington Tce - Merchant

Tako, Wiremu - Petoni Hutt - Aborigine

Tankersley, William - Upland Farm - Farmer

Taylor, Robert - Wellington - Turner

Taylor, John Matthews - Molesworth - St Settler

Taylor, Samuel - Lutton Pl - Carpenter

Taylor, William Waring - Herbert St - Merchant

Thirsk, George - Cuba St - Carpenter

Thirsk, John - Nairne St - Labourer

Thomas William, Ingestre St - Carpenter

Thomas, George - Willis St - Ironmonger

Thomas, William - Quin St - Blacksmith

Thompson, Peter Hayward - Pipitea St- Mariner

Thorpe, Henry - Murphy St - Settler

Ticehurst, Edwin - Hawkestone St - Carpenter

Till, John - Moleswoth St - Labourer

Todd, Edward Clark - Hawker St - Mariner

Tollemache, Algernon Gray - Wellington Tce - Gentleman

Tolley, John - Cuba St - Mechanic

Tomlin, John - Hobson St - Schoolmaster

Tomlin, Richard - Hobson St - Shoemaker

Tonks, William - Lambton Quay - Brickmaker

Toohig, James - Cuba St - Mariner

Toomath, Edward - Wellington Tce - Schoolmaster

Torr, Joseph - Lambton Quay - Storekeeper

Touchings, Peter - Ohiro - Labourer

Townsend, Chauncey Henry - Tinakori Rd - Settler

Trask, John Henry - Taranaki Pl - Mariner

Trueman, Henry - Wellington - Merchant

Turnbul,l George - Wellington - Merchant

Turnbull, Walter - Wellington - Merchant

Turner, John - Maori Row - Settler

Turner, Henry - Ferdinand Te Aro - Settler

Turner, John - Lambton Quay - Tailor

Tutty, John - Abel Smith St - Turnkey

Tweeddale, James - Manner's St - Carpenter

WELLINGTON 1858 - Electoral Roll - W

the Electoral Roll for the year 1858
- City of Wellington -

the original list was taken from the site
Electoral Roll for the year 1858 from Ancestry.com
but unfortunately do not know the compiler
______________________________________________________________________

A names .. B names .. C names .. D names .. E names .. F names

G names .. H names .. I & J names .. K names .. L names

M names .. N & O names .. P names .. Q & U & V & Y names

R names .. S names .. T names .. W names
______________________________________________________________________

.. Name .. Place of Abode .. Calling of Business

W

Wackkins, William Jones (?-1874) - Ingestre St - Seaman

Wadsworth, Robert (?-1864) - Sydney St - Schoolmaster

Waitt, Robert (?-1865) - Mulgrave St - Merchant

Wakefield, Edward Jermingham (1829-1879) - Wellington Tce - Settler

Wakefield, Edward Gibbon (1796-1862) - Tinakori Rd S- ettler

Wakelin, George (1824-1907) - Willis St - Cabinet maker

Wakelin, Richard (1815-1881) - Mulgrave St - Government clerk

Waldegrave, John James (1834-1891) - Wellington - Settler

Walden, John (1801-1885) - Lambton Quay - Storekeeper

Waldin, Thomas (1830-1894) - Murphy St - Boat builder

Walker, James - Herbert St - Baker

Walker, James - Upper Hutt - Carpenter

Wall, Anthony (1801-1879) - Porirua Rd - Publican

Wall, George - Mulgrave St - Barman

Wallace, James - Lambton Quay - Storekeeper

Wallace, John - Boulcott St - Settler

Wallace, John Howard (?-1864) - Boulcott St - Merchant

Wallace, Robert Douglas (1824-1876) - Wellington - Settler

Wallace, William Ellerslie (1814-1882) - Lambton Quay - Settler

Wallace, Robert - Wellington - Settler

Wallace, William - Mulgrave St - Carpenter

Walsh, Robert - Lambton Quay - Hairdresser

Warburton, Thomas Kemmis (1818-1907) - Lambton Quay - Storekeeper

Warepouri/Wharepouri, Kereopa - Pipitea - Aborigine

Ward, Charles - Taranaki St - Officer H. M. Customs

Ward, Charles Dudley Robert (1827-1913) - Wellington Tce

Ward, Edward - Wellington - Mariner

Warmoll, John (1830-1913) - Lambton Quay - Storekeeper

Warren, John Henry - Lambton Quay - Bookbinder

Wassall, Edward (?-1869) - Tinakori Rd - Labourer

Waters, George - Dixon St - Storekeeper

Waters, Thomas - Willis St - Painter and Glazier

Waters, Thomas - Hill St - Merchant

Waters, John Abel - Smith St - Printer

Watkins, Jabez - Wellington - Draper

Watkin, James Entwistle - Lambton Quay - Ironmonger

Watson, George - Lambton Quay - Printer

Watson, David - Te Aro Flat - Baker

Watson, James - Tinakori Rd - Labourer

Watson, John - Willis St - Gardener

Watson, John - Mount Victoria - Chandler

Watson, John (Jnr) - Mount Victoria - Settler

Watson, William - Wellington

Watson, Thomas - Wellington Tce - Boatman

Watson, William - Hawkstone St - Mariner

Watterson, John (1804-1875) - Lambton Quay - Carpenter

Watts, William - Tinakori Rd - Gardener

Weatherhead, Robert - Willis St - Carpenter

Webb, Charles Frederick - Moore St - Bricklayer

Webb, Charles Frederick - Wellington - Clerk

Webster, George - Molesworth St - Sawyer

Weight, Joseph - Hawkestone St - Labourer

Welch, Robert Porter (1808-1876) - Ghuznee St - Surgeon

Wenburn, James - Wallace St - Butcher

Western, John Octavius/Octavia (1821-1890) - Tinakori Rd - Labourer

Wheeler, Edwin - Ingestre St - Clergyman

White, Joseph - Hutt - Settler

Whitehouse, Thomas (1836-1913) - Lambton Quay - Shopman

Whiteley, George Joseph - Tinakori Rd - Settler

Whitmore, John George - Lambton Quay - Boarding House keeper

Widdop, William (1808-1893) - Wellington Tce - Servant

Wilkins, John - Te Aro - Dairyman

Wilkins, Harry - Mulgrave St - Pipe-maker and potter

Wilkinson, David Norman (1810-1902) - Oriental Bay - Gardener

Wilkinson, James - Willis St - Cabinet maker

Wilcox, Henry - Willis St - Merchant

Willet, Alexander - Te Aro - Labourer

Williams, John Brown (1832-1907) - Molesworth St - Stonemason

Williams, James Holton (1803-1903)- Willis St - Settler

Willims, David - Mulgrave St - Cabinet maker
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Williams, Henry - Willis St - Shoemaker

Williamson Jas. Hendry Pipitea St Clerk

Williamson, William - Lambton Quay - Clerk

Wills, James Fabian (1814-1894) - Hopper St - Clerk

Wilson, Alexander - Constable St - Carpenter

Wilson, Daniel - Manners St - Shipwright

Wilso,n James - Willis St - Builder

Wilson, Thomas - Lambton Quay - Bootmaker

Wilson, William - Wellinton Tce - Merchant

Wilton, Charles - Lambton Quay - Grocer

Wilton, Elijah (1825-1902) - Lambton Quay - Butcher

Wilton, Robert - Cuba St - Farmer

Wilton, William - Lambton Quay - Grocer

Winchester, Henry Petty (?-1966) - Tory St - Printer

Winkley, Thomas - Willis St - Carpenter

Wise, Alfred (1819-1906) - Sydney St - Labourer

Witherby, Frederick (?-1860) - Hobson St - Clerk

Witt, Henry (?-1864) - Manners St - Labourer

Wood, William - Pipitea - Carpenter

Woodgate, Robert (?-1863) - Wellington - Mariner

Woodham, Richard (1818-1895) - Wellington - Groom

Woodward, Jonas (1810-1881) - Dixon St - Minister

Woouldom, Henry William (1803-1891) - Willis St - Nightman

Worsley, Septimus Lancelot - Wellington Tce - Merchant

Wrigglesworth, James Dacie - Lambton Quay - Hairdresser

Wright, Charles Everard N. (1823-1900) - Ghuznee St - Gentleman

Wright, Fortunatus Evelyn (1830-1912) - Hobson St - Clerk

Wright, George - Willis St - Boardinghouse keeper

Wright, John Fortescue Evelyn (1827-1891) - Goathurst Farm - Ohiro

WELLINGTON 1919 - Theory of Music Examination Passes

RESULTS of THEORY OF MUSIC examinatios - held Wellington 22 February 1919

The theory examinations were held by the Associated Board of the Ryal Academy and the Royal COllege of Music, London, on 22nd February last. Names in brackets are those of the teacher.


LOCAL CENTRE EXAMINATIONS
Harmony, Intermediate Grade - PASS
CLARK, Elsie L. M. (Mr Robert Parker)

Rudiments of Music - PASS
GRAY, Lillie (Miss N. Gray)
HARVEY, Kathleen E. (Mr H. Muller)
HOPKINSON, Connie C. R. (Miss Fookes)
- Connie Clare Ruahine - married John Charles Gower JAMES in 1928
SANDER, Claude (Miss Greenish)
- Claude Conrad Emil George (1905-1976)
SMITH, Olive (Miss Greenish)
WEBB, Eileen (Mrs E. Mackay)
WOODS, Margaret P. (Convent, Petone)

SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS
Grammar of Music - PASS
- DIVISION III -
MATHER, Jean (Mrs Sawden)

- DIVISION II -
BREWER, Ivy K. (Mr H. MulleR)
BROWN, Doris E. (Mr H. Muller)
CASSIN, Vincent (Mrs Sawden)
GITTINGS, Alan R. (Mrs Gilmore)
- Alan Regnald - married Eileen Constance Heathorn COAD in 1929
HAMMER, Hilda G. (Mrs Sawden)
HARRIS, Thora (Mrs Gilmore)
- Thora Daymar - married Albert Leonard PICKETT in 1926
LEONARD, Eileen P. H. (Mrs Sawden)
- Eileen Phoebe Hewlett - married Gerald Sinclair EVATT in 1929
TUNKS, Thelma (Mrs Sawden)
- Thelma Ethel - married Norman Mansfield HALL in 1928

- DIVISION I -
ANDERSON, Dorothy (Miss D. Greenish L.A.B.)
BARCLAY, William C. (Miss D. Greenish L.A.B.)
BREEZE, Frances B. (Miss D. Greenish L.A.B.)
- Frances Beatrice - married Allan John BARR-BROWN in 1932
BURNS, Jean (Miss D. Greenish L.A.B.)
DIXON, Audrey Z. (Miss D. Greenish L.A.B.)
EMDREY, Phyllis M. (Miss L. Morgan L.A.B.)
EVERITT, Ruby (Mrs Sawden)
GAMBY, Ellen (Mrs A. Gilmore)
HARFORD, Iris C. (Mr H. Muller)
JARVIS, Edna (Mrs Gilmore)
- married Walter PYM in 1929
MILLER, Owen L. (Mrs Gilmore)
MUNRO, Winifred M. (Miss L. Morgan)
SHORTT, Erica J. (Miss D. Greenish L.A.B.)
- Erica Jean - married Horace Raymond TOMKIES in 1930
TAYLOR, Carlyle I. (Mr H. Muller)
TAYLOR, Frances A. (Nrs Gilmore)
TINGEY, Flora (Miss D. Greenish L.A.B.)
TURNER, Mabel A. (Mrs Sawden)
TURRALL, William H. (Mr H. Muller)
- William Hubert (1906-1920)

WELLINGTON COLLEGE - New Zealand 1875

taken from EARLY WELLINGTON- written about 1927

Wellington College
It is stated that certain reserves were set aside in 1853 by way of an endowment for this institution, and on Monday, 4th February, 1867, the Rev. E. TUCKEY, B.A., and Mr. W. S. HAMILTON commenced a Grammar and Commercial School?the future College?in the little Congregational Schoolroom in Woodward Street. Seven youths presented themselves.

In 1868 the school's existence was spent in the old barracks on Fitzherbert Terrace, and in 1869 removed to Clifton Terrace until 1874, when the present College on the Town Belt Reserve was opened by His Excellency Sir James FERGUSSON, father of His Excellency the present Governor-General (Sir Charles), amidst much rejoicing.

Mr. Kenneth WILSON, M.A., was selected by Dr. VAUGHAN to be Principal. Mr. A. D. CRAWFORD, son of the earliest white settler to meet the ?Tory? in 1839, was the pioneer boarder, and slept in the dormitory by himself until the arrival of the other boarders.

In 1881 Mr. MacKAY, of Nelson College, was appointed master, and in 1892 Mr. FIRTH assumed charge.

The writer is indebted to Mr. W. H. FIELD, M.P. for Otaki, for the following information:?
Among the masters were Messrs:
* Kenneth Wilson (headmaster),
* H. E. Tuckey,
* C. J. Hardy
* C. R. Buckland.

Some of the boys were:
* C. R. Bidwill,
* A. C. and H. A. Bishop,
* C. S. Brandon,
* G. Burnes,
* G. Butts,
* D. G. A. Cooper,
* H. D. and A. D. Crawford,
* C. M. and A. F. Crombie,
* G. and P. Dransfield,
* W. H. Field,
* M. Fitzgerald,
* J. R. R. Gair,
* R. Giesen,
* H. M. and A. H. Gore,
* H. B. Harvey,
* H. C. Hazelden,
* W. B. and F. B. Henderson,
* F. J. Johns,
* C. and R. Kebbell,
* G. G. Knight,
* A. C. Koch,
* R. and F. McLeckie,
* Albert and Arthur Martin,
* J. M. Meredith,
* W. H. Sefton Moorhouse,
* E. H. and F. D. Morrah,
* James Muir,
* R. Nairn,
* J. T. Nott,
* G. C. Ormond,
* F. G. Parkes,
* R. C. Port,
* C. A. Pownall,
* W. H. F. Richards,
* G. St. John,
* E. V. Sanderson,
* G. E. F. Schultze,
* J. G. Seed,
* S. K. Sleigh,
* C. Snow,
* G. E. Swainson,
* J. and R. W. Taylor,
* K. D. Webb,
* Arthur Young,
* A. W. and F. Young.

The Provincial Council Act of 1871 came into operation in July, 1872. The first Wellington members of the Education Board, which consisted of ten members, one for each district, were Messrs. A. de Bathe BRANDON (City) and E. TOOMATH (District).

The College Jubilee celebrations were commenced on Saturday evening 29th November, 1924, by a concert in the Town Hall, at which Mr. W. F. WARD, Chairman of the Board of Governors, presided. Speeches were given by Sir Robert STOUT, Sir Francis BELL, Mr. FIRTH and Mr. R. DARROCH (representing the Old Boys' Association, on behalf of its President, Mr. Walter BETHUNE, who was absent through illness). The College orchestra assisted in the excellent programme provided.

On Sunday a procession of scholars and old boys proceeded to the Town Hall, where a Jubilee service was conducted. Sir Robert STOUT, Administrator of the Dominion in the absence of the Governor-General (Sir Charles Fergusson), Mr. J. CAUGHLEY, Director of Education, Mr. and Mrs. FIRTH, Mr. and Mrs. CRESSWELL and members of the College Board of Governors occupied the place of honour in the front row of seats.

The opening of the Pavilion, Firth House and the Gifford observatory took place on Monday, 1st December, 1924. A long account is given in the ?Evening Post,? 1/12/1924. The foundation stone of the War Memorial Hall was laid by His Excellency the Governor-General (Sir Charles Fergusson) on the 3rd September, 1926, and officially opened by him on the 2nd March, 1928. About 80 of the old boys, who saw active service, paraded under the command of Colonel St. J. Beere, and were reviewed by His Excellency. A guard of honour was formed by the College Cadet Corps.

The erection of the Hall was brought about by the active work of the Old Boys' Association, who had contributed over £6000 for the Hall and its internal embellishments.

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WELLINGTON Country Districts Directory - 1872 & 1873

the MANAWATU Districts Directory - 1872 & 1873

the WAIRARAPA Districts Directory - 1872 & 1873


the following is a list of people living in the WELLINGTON Province, Country Districts as recored in WISES DIRECTORY:


NAME - OCCUPATION - LOCATION

OHIRO
Ah Tip and Co Gardeners Ohiro
Hitchings J Butcher Ohiro
Lowry J Cooper Ohiro
Madley Mrs Schoolmistress Ohiro
Short J Farmer Ohiro
Stockbridge Mrs Nurseryman Ohiro

EVANS BAY
Carey - Overseer Evans Bay
Crawford J C R.M. Sheep Farmer Evans Bay
McNabb - Overseer Evans Bay

BERHAMPORE
Brown J Currier Berhampore
Luxford G Boiling Down Establishment Berhampore
Miller W Farmer Berhampore

HUNTERS FARM
Riddle J Overseer Hunters farm
Wilton E Farmer Hunters Farm

KARORI ROAD
Andrews - Shoemaker Karori Road
Firth - Carpenter Karori Road
Lessington J Gardener Karori Road
McLeod J Carpenter Karori Road
Thorby E Carpenter Karori Road

KAIWARAWARA
Bell D Currier Kaiwarawara
Calder & Bates Rainbow Inn Kaiwarawara
Camfield W W Schoolmaster Kaiwarawara
Chew J Engineer Kaiwarawara
Cockburn R Currier Kaiwarawara
Foley J Miller Kaiwarawara
Gibson J Tanner Kaiwarawara
Guilford J Fellmonger Kaiwarawara
Harris J Tanner Kaiwarawara
Hirst W L Leather Manufacturer Kaiwarawara
Holmes J Tanner Kaiwarawara
Newsom H Tanner Kaiwarawara
Rabins and Reynolds Store Kaiwarawara
Serel A Miller Kaiwarawara
St Hill Reverend W H College Kaiwarawara
Stratford J Waterloo Hotel Kaiwarawara
Storey L Currier Kaiwarawara
Smith J Surveyor Kaiwarawara
Taylor E M Butcher Kaiwarawara
Thompson C Jnr Lessee Toll Gate Kaiwarawara

NGAHAURANGA
Clapham - Ngahauranga Inn Ngahauranga
Futter J Wallace Inn Ngahauranga

JOHNSONVILLE
Austin - Postmaster Johnsonville
Kilsby G Blacksmith Johnsonville
Knox F Surgeon & Coroner Johnsonville
Pelham - Carpenter Johnsonville
Smith - Rifleman Hotel Johnsonville
Taylor Frederick Ames Hotel Johnsonville

PORIRUA ROAD
Bartlett J Butcher Porirua Road
Bromley J H Ferry Inn Porirua Road
Chew & Wag Saw Mills Porirua Road
Duncan C Storekeeper Porirua Road
Edwards William Halfway House Porirua Road
King - Butcher Porirua Road
McGrath J Porirua Hotel Porirua Road
Prosser - Postmaster Porirua Road
Taylor F Carpenter Porirua Road

PAHAUTANUI
Bould T Junction Hotel Pahautanui
Bradey F Shoemaker Pahautanui
Brigham W Cooper Pahautanui
London J Carrier Pahautanui
Nicol A Storekeeper Pahautanui
Payton J Schoolmaster Pahautanui
Smith C Brickmaker Pahautanui
Tappin W Shoemaker Pahautanui

HOROKIWI VALLEY
Blackie J Horokiwi Hotel Horokiwi
Roberts S Carpenter Horokiwi

KARORI
Cornford J Gardener Karori
Donald R Tea Gardener Karori
Kells H Publican Karori
Spiers C A Storekeeper & Butcher Karori
Sutherland W Lunatic Asylum Karori
Thompson J Surveyor Karori
William D Cabinet Maker Karori

SOUTH KARORI
Page H Storekeeper South Karori

MAKARA
Catley J Shoemaker Makara
McManaway T D Surveyor Makara

OHARIU VALLEY
Brown L Publican Ohariu Valley
Kilsby G Blacksmith Ohariu Valley

PETONI
Bassett - Shoemaker Petoni
Blanchford J Farmer Petoni
Blanchford W Farmer Petoni
Chapman - Gardener Petoni
Collett H & E Wheelwrights Petoni

BELMONT, WESTERN HUTT DISTRICT
Golder C Clockmaker Belmont
Golder W Publisher Belmont

WEST SIDE OF HUTT RIVER
Mudgway B Gardener Hutt River
Valentines Hotel Hutt River

UPPER WAIWETU
Boulcott H Settler Upper Waiwetu
Death C Farmer Upper Waiwetu
Death H Settler Upper Waiwetu
De Roas E Farmer Upper Waiwetu
Ellerm H Sheep Farmer Upper Waiwetu
England - Carpenter Upper Waiwetu
Holland J Farmer Upper Waiwetu
Jose de Silva Gardener Upper Waiwetu
McKenzie D Farmer Upper Waiwetu
Rowe W Farmer Upper Waiwetu
Sanson H Carpenter Upper Waiwetu
Sellars J Farmers Upper Waiwetu
Sinclair T Farmer Upper Waiwetu
Smith F Bricklayer Upper Waiwetu
Smith J Settler Upper Waiwetu

WAINUIOMATA
Crowther J Carpenter Wainuiomata
Sinclair - Sawmill Wainuiomata

LOWRY BAY
Brown - Accommodation House Lowry Bay
Governor's Private Residence Lowry bay

GOLLANS VALLEY
Cameron J Farmer Gollans Valley
Cocking H Farmer Gollans Valley
Phillips H Farmer Gollans Valley
Phillips J Farmer Gollans Valley

HUTT - East Side
Buck James Watchmaker Hutt Valley
Cleland Hugh Storekeeper Hutt Valley
Colson Alfred Cooper Hutt Valley
Compton Alfred Gardener Hutt Valley
Evanson C Carpenter Hutt Valley
Grace Charles Shoemaker Hutt Valley
Hall John Carpenter Hutt Valley
Laings Gardens Hutt Valley
McDonald Alexander Whitewoods Hotel Hutt Valley
McIlvride George Blacksmith Hutt Valley
Mullins Thomas General Store Hutt Valley
Parker Shadrack Carter Hutt Valley
Petterol Richard Forester Family Hotel Hutt Valley
Sanson Samuel Bootmaker Hutt Valley
Telegraph and Post Office Hutt Valley
Tocker and Stone General Store Hutt Valley
White George Carter Hutt Valley
Wiggins William Sadler Hutt Valley
Wilford Dr Hutt Valley

HUTT - West Side
Brown John Contractor Hutt Valley
Burt Thomas Storekeeper Hutt Valley
Corbett John Butcher Hutt Valley
Devereux and Lancaster Butchers and Bakers Hutt Valley
Fagan Stephen Bootmaker Hutt Valley
Freethy William Henry Cooper Hutt Valley
Gooch George Gardener Hutt Valley
Hall Joseph Carpenter Hutt Valley
Hill George Gardener Hutt Valley
Hunt W Baker Hutt Valley
Jackson Henry Surveyor Hutt Valley
Kavanagh - Carter Hutt Valley
Keys Charles Carpenter Hutt Valley
McKenzie - Shoemaker Hutt Valley
Poad Thomas Blacksmith Hutt Valley
Ransom John Wheelwright Hutt Valley
Southey John Carter Hutt Valley
Stratton George Carpenter Hutt Valley
Young Charles Gardener Hutt Valley

TAITA - East Side
Buck William S Surveyor Hutt Valley
Churcher H Publican Hutt Valley
Edwards John Carpenter Hutt Valley
Hedges G Post Office and Store Hutt Valley
Mabey J Carter Hutt Valley
Maybe R Carter Hutt Valley
Phillips G Farmer Hutt Valley
Rayner B Butcher Hutt Valley
Ross J Storekeeper Hutt Valley

TAITA - West Side
Clifton R Carpenter Hutt Valley
Death Samuel Publican Hutt Valley
Hirst J Carpenter Hutt Valley
Meager H Carpenter Hutt Valley
Schultze Charles Storekeeper Hutt Valley

STOKES VALLEY
Robinson W Carter Hutt Valley
Sinnox W Sawyer Hutt Valley
Wyeth R Storekeeper Hutt Valley

UPPER HUTT
Barton T Butcher Hutt Valley
Brown J & G Butchers Hutt Valley
Cruickshank J Sawmills Hutt Valley
Davis P Storekeeper Hutt Valley
Mabey T Butcher Hutt Valley
Millar M Bootmaker Hutt Valley
Waldin T Criterion Hotel Hutt Valley
Wilkie P Postmaster Hutt Valley
Wilkins John Highland Home Hutt Valley
Williams - Bootmaker Hutt Valley
Woodmas A Engine Driver Hutt Valley

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Wellington Districts BIRTHS in 1872

some 1872 BIRTHS in the Wellington Districts
taken from newspapers of the day via Papers Past
* ANDERSON on 11 Sep, at Tasman-st, the wife of Henry Anderson, of a daughter
:: Henry ANDERSON & Caroline SCHULTZE had Maud Anderson
... 4th of 8 known children
* Evening Post, 20 Jul 1888 Henry Anderson (1838-88) was born at Glasgow, educated there and trained as an analytical chemist. He was for a while a pupil of Dr MacAdam. Before coming to New Zealand (1858) he contributed a good deal to the papers in Rothesay and made a voyage to China with his brother (a sea captain). Anderson spent two years with a sister in Rangitikei before coming into contact with T. W. McKenzie (q.v.), who appointed him in 1863 editor of the Wellington Independent. He was a vigorous and forceful writer and made his influence felt in provincial politics. With C. Roe and J. and E. Bull he founded the Advertiser (1869), which only lasted a year or two. He was editor of this paper and later of the Evening Post and the Chronicle. He married in 1864 a daughter of Henry Schultze (Wellington) in 1869 he was elected M.P.C. for Wellington, which he represented to 1871. He died on 20 Jul 1888.

* BAIRD on 27 July, at Taranaki-street, the wife of Mr Baird, of a daughter
:: James Daniel BAIRD & Ellen Hapgood MACE had Eleanor Beatrice Baird
... 2nd of 11 known children
* Ellen Hapgood Mace (1850-1936) daughter of George Walter Mace & Fanny Sarah Luxford. Married James Daniel Baird (1840-) of Wales, in 1870. James was a City Surveyor/Provincial Engineer. They farmed for a time at 'Bramerton' Masterton. Mother of George William (1871-1954), Eleanor Beatrice (1872-1950), Laura Ethel (1874-1912), James Norman (born April 1875-), James Robert (born April 1875-1875 died 3 months), Fanny Edith McLean (1877-1951), Ida Kathleen (1878-1960), Jessie (1879-), Stuart Macdonald (1883-1949), Walter Gordon (1885-1950) and Kenneth Mace (1892-1938) Baird

* BARBER on 3 Sep, at Molesworth-street, the wife of H. Barber, of a son
:: Henry BARBER & Phillipa Jane KNIGHT had Harold Barber
... 3rd of 6 known children

* BINNS on 18th Nov, at Willis-street, the wife of F. C. Binns, of a son
:: Frederick Charles Binns & Harriet MILLS had Reginald William Binns
... 2nd of 7 known children
* Frederick Charles Binns (1844-1915), was of the partnership Wrigglesworth & Binns, well-known, NZ photographers. He was born in London in 1844, where he was brought up as a civil engineer, but devoted much of his leisure time to amateur photography. Shortly after his arrival in Wellington in 1864 he became associated with James Wrigglesworth and established the partnership of Wrigglesworth and Binns. He became one of the most prominent Freemasons in New Zealand. He married Harriet Mills, their children included Reginald William Binns also a photographer, who married in 1911 to Elizabeth Arrow and Stanley Walter Binns, a clerk, who married in 1909 to Grace Elizabeth Heney. While walking to work on 13 August 1915 with a friend Mr. W. I. Bolam he was struck by a motor vehicle in Victoria Street and received serious head and body injuries. He was taken to hospital unconscious and died early in the afternoon. At the time of his death he lived at 73 Winchester Street, Merivale, Christchurch. He was buried in the Papanui Churchyard on 16 August, his wife Harriet died in 1921 aged 72.

* BLAIR on 31 Jan, the wife of J. R. Blair, of a son
:: John Bell BLAIR & Janet WADDELL had James Waddell Blair
... 3rd of 3 known children
* John Bell Blair (1837-1893) died at Chicago while on his way to Scotland, and left one daughter and two sons

* BLUNDELL on 27 April, the wife of H. Blundell jnr, of a daughter
:: Henry Thomas BLUNDELL & Keren Happuch MARTIN had Mabel Keren Happuch Blundell
... 1st of 12 known children

* BUCK on 10 Jan, at Tory-street, the wife of F. Buck, of a son
:: Francis 'Frank' BUCK & Hannah LAWSON had Oliver William Buck
... 6th of 11 known children

* BYDDER on 20 July, at Middle Rangitikei, the wife of Robert Bydder, of a daughter
:: Robert BYDDER (1833-1904) & Mary Jane WHEBBEY (1844-1939) had Edith Annie Bydder
... 4th of 9 known children
* 26 Feb 1904 The death took place at Bulls yesterday of Mr Robert Bydder, one of the pioneer residents of that district, where he had resided for over thirty years. In the early days deceased was the keeper of the ferry over the Rangitikei river. He was also amongst the first arrivals on the famous Bendigo rush in Victoria. Deceased, who married a daughter of the late Mrs Whebby (Edith Genge, 1807-1888), of Oriental Bay, is survived by his widow, three sons and four daughters

* CARPENTER on 27 March, at Clyde Quay, the wife of Henry Carpenter, of a son
:: Henry CARPENTER & Emma Caroline GODKIN had Hugh Cecil Gamble Carpenter
... 5th of 5 children (last 4 sons in NZ)
* Henry (1822-1874), from Ireland & Emma (1830-1919) were married 1854 in Ballarat, Australia
Evening Post, 13 May 1874 - DEATH On the 13th inst., at his residence, Clyde Quay, Wellington, Henry, third son of the late Henry Carpenter, Esq., woollen merchant, Merchants Quay, Dublin, aged 52. Home papers please copy. The Friends of the late Mr Henry Carpenter are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, which will leave his late residence, Clyde Quay on Friday the 15th at 2.30pm

* CLAPHAM on 7 Jan, the wife of Mr Clapham, of a son
:: Thomas Henry CLAPHAM from Wales & Jane EDWARDS of Wales, had Herbert Clapham
... 10th of 11 known children
* Jane (1834-1894) was a daughter of John 'Totara Jack' Edwards, well-known, early settler of Taita. Thomas (1829-1881) was the Publican of the Queen's Arms Hotel in Molesworth St., Wellington, the Ngahauranga Hotel and possibly others
Evening Post, 18 Aug 1881 CLAPHAM - On the 18th August, at his residence, Grant-road (Thorndon), of pneumonia, Thomas Henry Clapham, aged 52

* CLARK on 1 May, at Brougham-st, the wife of George Clark of a son
:: George Clark & Ann MUNROE? had James William Clark

* COOPER on 11 Sep, at the residence of Mr E. Bannister, Cuba-street, Mrs Thomas Cooper, Horokiwi Valley, of a son
:: Thomas COOPER & Sarah Anne Ellen/Ellenor BANNISTER had Edwin David John Cooper
... 1st of 4 known children
Thomas and Sarah Ann moved to Palmerston North. In 1885 Thomas died as a result of an accidental shooting while duck shooting. He was 42. Sarah died in 1899 aged 47. They are buried at Terrace End

* COOPER on 25 Nov, Mrs W. E. Cooper, Vivian-street of a daughter
:: William Edward COOPER & Sarah COLEMAN had Emily Margaret Cooper
... 2nd of 8 known children

* CORNER on 19 July, the wife of William Corner of a daughter
:: William CORNER & Elizabeth Hayden CROWTHER had Jane Elizabeth Corner
... 1st of 5 known children (4 daughters)
New Zealand Herald, 19 Oct 1907 - DEATH of Elizabeth
CORNER - On the 18th October 1897, at No 9a, Regent Street (Newtown), Wellington, Elizabeth Hayden, dearly beloved wife of William Corner, of Ohau, late of Kaiwarra; aged 55 years. Deeply regretted
Evening Post, 19 Sep 1939 - WILLIAM's Obituary
The death occurred recently at Ohau of Mr William Corner. Mr Corner was born in Wellington 89 years ago and was the eldest son of Mr William Corner, who came from England with the 65th Regiment in the early 40s. He was for many years employed in the fellmongery department of Mr A. Tyer's fellmongery and tannery works, Ngahauranga and later with the Wellington Neat Export Company. He retired in 1906, since when he resided at Ohau. He is survived by a son, Mr J. Corner, Ohau, a daughter, Mrs R. Dingwall(Jane Elizabeth), Stratford, eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. A brother, Mr S. Corner, resides at Paraparaumu and a sister, Mrs J. Mailman, at Wanganui

* CURTIS on 19 Nov, the wife of G. C. Curtis, Tinakori Road of a daughter
:: George Charles Curtis & Ellen WILTON had Ellen Maud Curtis
... 1st of 7 known children
Evening Post, 26 Sep 1891 - George
The Friends of the late Mr George Charles Curtis are invited to attend his funeral, which will leave his late residence, Cottleville-terrace (Thorndon), on Sunday, the 27th September, at a quarter to 4pm
Evening Post, 27 Aug 1932 - Ellen
CURTIS - At Levin, on 26th August 1932, Ellen, relict of the late George Charles Curtis; aged 88 years

* CUTBUSH on 3 Jan, at Tasman-street, the wife of T. T. Cutbush of a daughter
:: Thomas Taylor CUTBUSH (1844-1885) & Frances Augusta Evelyn WATSON had Blanche Evelyn Cutbush
* Thomas had married Agnes Ingles Stoddart (1850-1870) in St Johns Presbyterian Church, Willis St, Wellington 10 Dec 1867 (apparently bigamously) as his second wife. Agnes was 18 and he stated he was single. Their witnesses were George Sample & John C. Stoddart. They had a born still daughter, Helen Stoddart Cutbush, 17 weeks later. Agnes died 17 July 1870 aged 20 and is buried with her mother, Christina Stoddart (1818-1892), at Sydney St cemetery Wellington.
* Thomas next married Frances Augusta Evelyn Watson as his third wife, 2 months later - on 24 Sep 1870 in Wellington. Sometime after the birth of their daughter, Blanche Evelyn Cutbush in 1872, they moved to Australia and had a daughter in Sydney in 1876, Clara Augusta Cutbush
NOTES
* There are sites on the net that have that Blanche Evelyn Cutbush, born 3 Jan 1872 was a twin with Mary Frances Cutbush! (slack researching). Mary was in fact born 13 March 1872 to Charles Cutbush (1839-) & Mary Frances Foster who married in Australia, later moving to Hokitika, NZ
* Thomas Taylor Cutbush married his first wife, Kate Hayne in London 29 Sep 1864 and had a son, Thomas Hayne Cutbush (1866-1903) who at the time was suspected as being Jack The Ripper. The police, after investigations, disproved this (there was a book written on it)

* DUNFOY on 20 Dec, the wife of C. Dunfoy, of a son (sic)
:: Charles DUNFOY & Elizabeth DAVIES had Emily Grace Dunfoy (died aged 7 weeks)
... 3rd of 9 known children (5 daughters)
* Charles Dunfoy was, according to his military records, born in Dublin in 1837 but was more likely 1835. He joined the 70th Surrey Regiment at age 14 as a drummer and was stationed at Chatham, Kent in 1851. He was in India during the 70th Indian Mutiny then NZ during the NZ land wars and was discharged at Napier around 1865/6 where he married Elizabeth in Napier in 1867. They lived in Hopper street, Mount Cook, Wellington for a few years when was a bottler in Wellington in partnership with John Petrie Speed (1827-1877), (advertising the public to try Dunfoy & Speed's Dunedin Ales and Stout), until 21 Nov 1876 when the partnership was mutually dissolved. The business then became Dunfoy & Co in the Empire Bottling Store, Willis street, behind Chew's building. He was also the appointed Agent for the Mataura Paper Mill Company and bought rags, canvas, old rope, bags etc, mixtures of all kinds. He was adjudged bankrupt in 1877 and moved to Hawkes Bay & Auckland. In 1886 Sir George Grey presented a petition to Parliament in Wellington, from Charles, of Chelsea, North Shore, Auckland, an old soldier applying for a grant of land. Charles was charged in 1889 of failing to support his wife and children. (He was charged again in Jan 1903, from information from Elizabeth, with the same offence), the case was dismissed. It was recommended in 1890 that he receive his solders entitled 60 acres in Hawkes Bay. He was in Napier in 1893 when he was charged with a grossly indecent act in Customs street and was sentenced to seven days hard labour. Later that year he was charged with supplying liquor to a prohibited person in Clive. In Sep 1900, Charles and 135 other Old Soldiers/Veterans, were entertained by the Governor on Sebastopol Day at Government House, Wellington. He had his Old Age Pension renewed to £16 a year in Auckland in June 1903 (equivalent in 2012 to $670). He lost his pension in Gisborne in Jan 1906 because, the judge told him .. "he would not allow the country to pay your liquor bill" The police report showed that his conduct had not been good since he arrived in Gisborne and was drunk every day.
Charles died 11 Oct 1907 of pneumonia in Gisborne Hospital aged 72 and is buried Houhoupiko Cemetery (now Makaraka Cemetery), Gisborne
Auckland Star, 28 March 1908 - DEATH of Elizabeth
DUNFOY - On Friday, 27th inst., at her residence, Baker-st., (Fairview Heights, Albany, Auckland) Elizabeth, widow of the late Charles Dunfoy, of the 70th regiment; aged 56 years. The funeral will leave her late residence for Purewa Cemetery, Sunday, 3pm (She is buried Block E Row 55 Plot 151)

* EARLE on 5 Sep, the wife of J. Earle, of a son
:: Joseph EARLE & Rosa Elizabeth MARTON had Joseph Maxton Earle
... 2nd of 5 known children

* EDMEADES ON 21 Feb, the wife of H. Edmeades, Tory-street, of a daughter
:: Henry Edmeades & Charlotte Elizabeth ? had 3 previous children
Wellington Independent, 22 Feb 1872 - DEATH
EDMEADES - On the 22nd February, at Tory street, Charlotte Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr H. Edmeades, aged 28 years; also, the infant daughter, aged 12 hours
* Henry had the Albion Brewery in Te Aro, Wellington. In March 1872, after the death of Charlotte he sold everything by auction and returned to England. He was a brewer in Adelaide in 1877

* EVANS on 17 Jan, at Lambton Quay, Mrs J. E. Evans, of a daughter
:: John Edward EVANS & Mary Emma CHAPPELL had Maria Hayward Evans
... 2nd of 5 known children

* FELLINGHAM on 8 Feb, the wife of W. P. Fellingham, of a son
:: William Peter FELLINGHAM & Jane JACKSON had William George Fellingham
... 1st of 5 known children

* FISK on 11 Nov, at Cuba street, the wife of A. Fisk, of a son
:: Arthur FISK & Elizabeth Ann PAYTON had Ernest Arthur Fisk
... 2nd of 7 known children

* FORDHAM on 17 March, at Hopper-street, the wife of W. H. Fordham, of a daughter
:: William Henry FORDHAM & Mary THOMAS had Alice Mary Fordham
... 3rd of 6 known children

* FOSTER on 17 Oct, at Pahautanui, Mrs E. R. Foster, of a daughter
:: Erasmus Robert Foster & Emily Georgina DOWLING had Robert Reginald Foster (1872-1945)
* 17 Oct 1872, died at Pahautanui, Emily Georgina, wife of E. R. Foster, surveyor, and daughter of John B. Dowling, aged 26 years

* FURLONG on 12 Jan, at Tauherinikau, the wife of C. B. Furlong, of a son
:: Charles Burford South FURLONG & Mary Ann MARTIN had Charles James Malcolm Furlong
... 1st of 5 known sons

* FUTTER on 16 July, at Hobson-street, the wife of John Futter, of a daughter
:: John Futter & Mary Ann HATHAWAY had Eva Florence Futter
... 2nd of 3 known children

* FRASER on 30 Sep at Lower Rangitikei, the wife of Donald Fraser, of a daughter
:: Donald Fraser & Margaret SMITH had Agnes Fraser
... 4th of 11 known children

* GALLIEN on 5 June, at Thorndon Quay, the wife of H. L. Gallien, of a son
:: Henry Louis GALLIEN (1835-1914), from Madgeburg, Germany & Catherine Pauline BROWN had Arthur Frederick Gallien
... 5th of 15 known children (13 survived)

* GRANT of 17 May, the wife of W. N. Grant, of a daughter
:: William Nelmes & Mary Ann GRANT had Elizabeth Mary Grant
... 3rd of 5 known children

* HALCOMBE on 29 Feb, at Hawkston, Rangitikei, the wife of Arthur Halcombe, Esq., of a daughter
:: Arthur William Follett HALCOMBE & Edith Stanway SWAINSON had Mary Lucillia Halcombe
... 4th of 8 known children

* HALL on 20 Oct, the wife of Henry Hall, Duke of Edinburgh Hotel, of a son
:: Henry HALL & Mary HADFIELD had Harry Hall

* HAYNES on 28 June, at Evans Bay, the wife of H. J. Haynes, of a son
:: Henry James & Sarah Ellen Maria HAYNES had Claude Haynes

* HOLM on 18 Jan, at Adelaide Road, the wife of Captain F. Holm, of a daughter
:: Ferdinand HOLM & Mary Alexander CALLAN had Mary Alfreda Holm
... 1st of 7 known children

* HOWELL on 16 Feb, the wife of Thomas Howell, Revans-street, of a son
:: Thomas HOWELL & Ellen CLOUT had Arthur Herbert Howell
... 11th of 14 known children

* IZARD on 28 April, at Woodmancote, Wellington, the wife of C. B. Izard, Esq., of a daughter
:: Charles Beard IZARD & Mary Ann HAYWARD had Lillian Mabel Izard
... 7th of 8 known children

* JONES on 28 May, the wife of Thomas Jones, of a son
:: Thomas JONES & Miriam WELLS had Daniel Jones

* KELLS on 26 Sep, at Ingestre-street, Mrs W. H. Kells, of a daughter
:: William Henry Kells & Anne WILTON had Sylvia Evelyn Ann Kells
... 1st of 7 known children

* KIRKER on 7 Sep, the wife of J. Kirker, of a son
:: James Kirker (1833-1875) & Anna Henderson Rae (1832-1917) had Robert Kirker
... 5th of 5 known children

* LAWRIE on 11 May, Able Smith-street, the wife of James Lawrie, of a daughter
:: James LAWRIE & Elizabeth RODGERS had Agnes Annie Lawrie

* LINDSAY on 6 May, the wife of A. Lindsay, of a daughter
:: Alfred & Jane LINDSAY had Christina Ingles Lindsay
... 5th of 5 known children. All had a surname as middle name: Arthur Pearston, Charles Enick, twins Cecilia Wood & Margaret Duncan & Christina Ingles Lindsay

* MARCHANT on 5 April, at Taranaki-street, the wife of N. Marchant, of a son
:: Nicholas MARCHANT & Margaret McGowan BLUNDELL had Frederick Nicholas Marchant
... 4th of 7 known children

* MATHEWS on 3 Oct, at Wairongomai, Wairarapa, the wife of A. Mathews, of a daughter
:: Alfred & Hannah MATHEWS had Caroline Mathews
... 1 of 10 known children

* MEECH on 1st Dec, at Karori, the wife of A. R. Meech, of a daughter
:: Alfred Robert MEECH & Mary Louisa WOOD had Clara Louisa Meech

* MITCHELL on 14 Jan, at Ghuznee-street, the wife of H. Mitchell, of a daughter
:: Henry & Nancy Mitchell had Agnes Louisa Mitchell
... 5th of 5 known children

* MOSS on 13 July, Mrs Lewis Moss, of a son
:: Lewis & Julia MOSS had Lionel Montague Moss
... 7th of 9 known children

* McDERMOTT on 26 Sep, at Mulgrave-street, Wellington, the wife of L. C. McDermott of a son
:: Lewis Cook McDERMOTT & Annie Adam SMITH had Martin Alexander McDermott
... 3rd of 6 known children

* NEIL on 29 Aug, the wife to Thos. W. Neil, Tinakori Road, of a son
:: Thomas William Neil & Phoebe HAWTHORN had William Thomas Neil
... 1st of 8 known children
... William Thomas died 3 March 1879 aged 6, His brother, Ernest Edward Neil, died 7 days later aged 3

* NORRIS on 10 Oct, the wife of Dr Norris, Willis-street, of a son
:: Henry Frederick Norris & Charlotte Emma BORLASE had Henry Frederick Norris
... only known (NZ) child

* PAILTHORPE on 23 Sep, the wife of Alexander Pailthorpe, of a son
this birth not found but 2 others were: 1874-Isabell Betsy & 1877-Margaret Florence Pailthorpe were born to Alexander & Betsy Pailthorpe. In 1881 Betsy had Mary Ann Pailthorpe & in 1882 Betsy had Herbert Henry Pailthorpe and on both occassions the father was not recorded

* PARSONS on 11 Jan, the wife of W. F. Parsons, of a daughter
:: William Frederick PARSONS & Elizabeth WIDDOP had Ellen Parsons
... 4th of 11 known children

* PEARCE on 16 July, the wife of Edward Pearce Esq., of a son
:: Col. Edward PEARCE & Henrietta Diana COX had William Septimus Pearce
... 9th of 10 known children

* PENNY on 6 Nov, the wife of J. B. Penny Esq., Whareama, of a son
:: James Burton PENNY & Theresa WACKETT had James Burton Edward Penny
... 1st of 9 known children
James & Theresa farmed in Whareama, Tinui & Clareville. Gentleman sheep farmer. His large house still stands on Hughes Line (house now called Grassmere), also small cottage on Neiche Lane (now Dakin Cottage). Bought Dakin Cottage off Charles Dakin (original inhabitant) in 1885, sold it in 1891. In Newtown, Wellington about 1910-1911. Moved to Otaki c1914.

* PLIMMER on 26 April, the wife of H. Plimmer, of a son
:: Henry PLIMMER & Rebecca WILLIAMS had John David Plimmer
... 1st of 8 known children

* POWLES on 15 Dec, the wife of C. H. Powles, of a son
:: Charles Plummer POWLES & Eliza Cay ADAMS had Charles Guy Powles
... 2nd of 6 known children
Launceston Examiner, Tasmania, 12 Aug 1869 - MARRIAGE POWLES-ADAMS - On June 16th, at Tutu Totara, Rangitikel, at the residence of Major Marshall, by the Rev. B. K. Taylor, Charles Plummer, son of the late T. O. Powles, Esq., of Lloyds and Hackney, London, to Eliza Cay, youngest daughter of H. C. Adams, Esq., Perth, Tasmania

* PRESS on 12 July, at Thorndon, the wife of G. E. Press, of a son
:: George Edward PRESS & Jane ELLISON had Arthur William Press
... 2nd of 8 known children

* QUICK on 25 Nov, at The Terrace, Wellington, Mrs Quick, of a daughter
:: William Henry QUICK & Anne Elizabeth THOMAS had Henrietta Beatrice Quick
... 2nd of 4 known children

* REID on 25 July, the wife of N. Reid, of a daughter
:: Nicholas REID & Priscilla Mary WEIGHT had Priscilla Mary Reid
... 6th of 11 known children

* RETEMEYER on 11 Feb, at Rangitikei, the wife of W. B. Retemeyer of a daughter
:: William Bernardos RETEMEYER (1848-1912) & Sarah Jane STANTIALL (1848-1873) had Mary Louisa Retemeyer
... 4th of 4 known children

* RETTER on 23 March, at Porirua Ferry, the wife of F. C. Retter, of a son
:: Frederick Chapman RETTER & Martha Annie SMITH had Frederick William Retter
... 2nd of 12 known children

* RICHARDSON on 15 Dec, the wife of Charles T. Richardson, of a son
:: Charles Thomas RICHARDSON & Charlotte NICHOLAS had George Dennis Richardson
... 1st of 7 known children

* St GEORGE on 19 March, at Greytown, the wife of L. S. St George, Esq., of a son
:: Leonard Shaw St GEORGE & Mary Emily VARNHAM had Louis George Varnham St George
... 1st of 7 known children

* RIESTERER on 31 Oct, at Lambton Quay, the wife of Lorenz Riesterer, of a son
:: Lorenz RIESTERER & Catherine WICKS had John Vincent Riesterer
... 3rd of 3 known children

* RUSSELL on 25 Oct, at the Taita, Hutt, the wife of H. Russell of a daughter
:: Henry RUSSELL & Emma BLATCHFORD had Hilda Lilian Curtis Russell
... 3rd of 9 known children

* SCHOLES on 12 Dec, at Adelaide Road, the sife of Thomas Scholes, of a daughter
:: Thomas SCHOLES & Elizabeth Mary COLLEDGE had Eliza Mary Scholes
... 1st of 8 known children (7 daughters)

* SKINNER on 1st Sep, the wife of W. H. Skinner, the Terrace, of a son
:: William Henry SKINNER (1837-1904) & Agnes Caroline DUNBAR had David Frazer Skinner
... 8th of 13 known children
* William Henry Skinner was in the Navy during the Crimean war (1853-1856). On leaving the Navy he came to NZ to join his sister Amelia Jane who had settled in Taranaki. Amelia (1832-1865) married Harry Albert Atkinson in 1856. She died aged 33 and is buried at Te Henui

* SMITH on 1st Oct, at Porirua, the wife of Isaac Smith, Wainui of a daughter
:: Isaac SMITH & Margaret Ann BROGDEN had Margaret Maud Smith
... 1st of 4 known children

* STANDEN on 9 Oct, at Karori, the wife of William Standen, of a son
:: William STANDEN & Elizabeth JONES had Edward John Standen

* STEVENS on 17 May, at the Willows, Tinakori Road, the wife of Walter Stevens, Esq, of a son
:: Walter Vere STEVENS & Emily Anna BOUGHTON had Reginald Walter Adino Stevens
... 3rd of 3 known children. They also adopted a daughter, Winifrid Laura Stevens (1877-1949 who was an assistant teacher at Mount Cook Girls School in 1906)

* STRATFORD on 12 Dec, at Frankell Terrace, the wife of G. A. Stratford, of a son
:: George Alder STRATFORD & Emma FAWCETT had William George Stratford
... 1st of 7 known children

* SWINEY on 3 Jan. the wife of Charles Swiney, late of Deniliquin, N.S.W., of a son
:: Charles & Eliza SWINEY had Stephen Charles Gandar Swiney
... 1st of 3 known NZ children, born 1872-1879 and a (possibly) adopted daughter Emma May (1877-1934) who married Albert Tasker in 1898

* TOLLEY on 1st Nov, at Tasman-street, the wife of Edward Tolley, of a daughter
:: Edward TOLLEY & Hannah Maria INKERSELL had Amelia Sarah Matilda Tolley
... 4th of 6 known children

* TOMPKINS on 25 Sep, at Tory-street, Wellington, the wife of John Tompkins of twins, one still-born
:: John TOMPKINS & Helen Ramsay SCHULTZE had Harriett Ann Tompkins
... 2nd & 3rd of 4 known children

* TONKS on 2 Sep, at Taranaki-street, the wife of George Tonks, of a son
:: George & Mary Jane TONKS had Henry Edward Tonks
... 5th of 5 known NZ children

* TOXWARD on 7 Oct, the wife of C. J. Toxward, of a son
:: Christian Julius TOXWARD & Jane Hall HUGHES had William Edward Toxward
... 5th of 7 known children

* TWISS on 2 Sep, the wife of G. H. Twiss, Cuba-street, of a daughter
:: George Henry TWISS & Frances Harriet COLLIER had Emily Caroline Twiss
... 2nd of 4 known children
* 2 Dec 1872 died at Cuba-street, Emily Caroline, the infant daughter of G. H. Twiss

* VOGEL on 25 Nov, at Wellington, the wife of the Hon Julius Vogel, C.M.G., of a son
:: Julis Vogel & Mary CLAYTON had Julius Vogel

* WILLIAMS on 16 March, at the Taita, Mrs T. C. Williams, of a daughter
:: Thomas Coldham Williams & Ann Palmer BEETHAM had Elfie Clare Williams
... 7th of 13 children
Hawkes Bay Herald, 13 Nov 1858 - MARRIED
On the 20th ult. at St. James’ the Hutt, by the Rev. T. B. Hutton assisted by the Rev. H. W. St Hill, Thomas Coldham, fourth son of the Ven. Archdeacon Henry (Te Wiremu) Williams, to Annie Palmer, eldest daughter of William Beetham Esq. of the Hutt.

* WILLIAMS on 26 June, at Masterton, the wife of R. G. Williams, of a daughter
:: Robert George WILLIAMS & Elizabeth DIXON had Mary Dinah Williams
... 7th of 15 known children
* Robert George Williams (1845-1899), a charismatic Irishman, became the first mayor of Masterton in 1877. In 1887 he was convicted of forging a promissory note and sentenced to 3 years jail. He served 2 years and returned to Masterton. In 1899, again under financial pressure, he hanged himself
also read suicide at Masterton

* WRIGHT on 5 April, at Hope Lodge, Hopper-street, the wife of Sydney Evelyn Wright of a son
:: Sydney Evelyn & Georgina Amelia WRIGHT had Sydney Evelyn Wright
... 7th of 9 known children

* YATES on 14 Jan, at Lambton Quay, the wife of H. Yates, Masterton, of twin sons
:: Henry YATES & Agnes Bell HAIGH had Samuel Haigh & Thomas Henry Yates
... 7th & 8th of 8 known children

* YOUMANS on 13th Jan, the wife of S. Youmans, of a daughter
:: Sydney Mann YOUMANS (1845-1921) & Jane Elizabeth PHILIPS (1847-1916) had Susannah Edith Ernestine Youmans
... 4th of 8 known children

* YOUNG on 18 July, the wife of T. E. Young of a daughter
:: Thomas Edward YOUNG & Laura Haseltine BOUGHTON had Mabel Florence Young
... 2nd of 4 known children


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