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DRAGICEVICH in New Zealand

the known DRAGICEVICH who died in NZ between 1921-2008:
- some birth dates may be based on age at death -

Andro 'Andrew' Dragicevich
- born 1881 in Yugoslavia
- died 3 January 1971 aged 90 in Awawnui
- husband of Zorka
- buried in PLOT 50-BLOCK U-Division: ALPHABET SECTIONS Kaitaia

Annie Josephine Dragicevich
- born 1827
- died 4 March 1996 aged 69
- buried ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION F Row 1, Plot 90 Waitakere

Annie Violet Dragicevich (nee BACON)
- born 27 January 1910
- died 1999 aged

Anthony Jack Dragicevich
- born 22 October 1919
- died 24 November 1998 aged 79
- cremated in North Shore
- ashes returned to Family

Anton Dragicevich
- born 1873
- died 1952 aged 79

Emma Dragicevich (nee ROWLAND)
- born 22 May 1917
- died 2008 aged 91

Fanina 'Fanny' Dragicevich (nee LAURICH)
- born 1876 in Austria
- died 29 May 1970 aged 94
When Fannie left her home on the Island of Brac (the Island was part of Austria) and went to New Zealand in 1943, the Island of Brac became part of the Socialist Block of Yugoslavia. In 1991, Croatia gained her independence, but was not recognized until 1992. Fannie came to the United States in 1956 to see her sister Lukra (Lucy) Laurich Viscovich. They had not seen each other in 50 years. Lukra (Lucy) left New Zealand in 1906 with her husband Tony Viskovich and 2 young daughter's Mary age 1 year and 8 months and Priscilla 6 months old...
Fanny is buried Block K, Lot 27 at Old Mount Wesley cemetery, Dargaville with husband Anton 'Tony' Dragicevich

Filomena Dragicevich (see photo below)
- born 12 July 1897
- died 10 April 1978 aged 81

Frana Dragicevich
- born 15 January 1903
- died 22 January 1977 aged 74
- buried ROMAN CATHOLIC BERM B Row 9, Plot 46 at Waitakere

Frances Dragicevich (nee JURLINA)
- born 22 November 1911 in Yugoslavia
- a daughter of Joseph & Marija Dragicevich
- a sister of George and Mary
- married Luiji (Loui) Dragicevich
- their known children: Boris, Hinko, Nancy Yukich, Ivan, Vinka and Zita
- died 27 September 2003 in Kaitaia aged 92

George Dragicevich
- born 1902
- died 1972 aged 70

George Peter Dragicevich
- born 16 July 1927
- George was an Orchardist
- died 15 May 1977 aged 49
- buried ROMAN CATHOLIC BERM B Row 8, Plot 26 at Waitakere

Grgo George Dragicevich
- born 22 November 1924
- died 28 April 1981 aged 56 in Kaitaia Hospital
- husband of Thelma
- father of Raymond, Paul, Mary, Rita, Anne, Denise & Gregory
- Grgo was a Barrister and Solicitor
- buried PLOT 138-Division: PUBLIC LAWN in Kaitaia Cemetery

Ivan Dragicevich
- born 29 November 1898
- Ivan was a Farmer
- died 8 January 1989 aged 90
- buried ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION F Row 1, Plot 62-64 at Waitakere

Jack Matthew Dragicevich
- born 1929
- died 7 July 1076 aged 47
- Jack was an Orchardist
- buried ROMAN CATHOLIC BERM B Row 9, Plot 44 at Waitakere

Jakov Dragicevich
- born 3 December 1899
- died 1983 aged 83

John Mathew Dragicevich
- born 31 July 1928
- died 1976 aged 48

Joseph Dragicevich
- born 10 June 1878 in Nakovan, Peljesac, Croatia
- a son of Grgo & Frana Dragicevich
- brother of Marija (1890-1952) & Andrew
- died 20 June 1955 aged 77
- husband of Marija
- father of Frances, George and Mary
- buried PLOT 6-BLOCK U-Division: ALPHABET SECTIONS in Kaitaia

Josip Dragicevich
- born 19 March 1908
- died 7 June 1982 aged 74
- buried ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION D Row 3, Plot 102 at Waitakere

Joyce Nola Merle Dragicevich
- born 4 January 1920
- died 1993 aged 73

June Marjorie Dragicevich
- born 10 June 1921
- died 1988 aged 67

Jure Dragicevich
- born 1862/92 ?
- died 6 March 1948 aged 56/86 ?
- Jure was a Labourer
- buied ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION D Row 5, Plot 37 at Waitakere

Lukre Dragicevich (nee SUBRITZKY)
- born 7 February 1908
- died 2000 aged 92

Mandica Dragicevich
- born 13 October 1914
- died 2006 aged 92

Mandina Dragicevich
- born 3 January 1913
- died 1995 aged 82

Marija Dragicevich
- born 1890 in Nakovan, Peljesac, Croatia
- died 8 May 1952 aged 61 in Kaitaia
- wife of Joseph
- buried PLOT 5-BLOCK U-Division: ALPHABET SECTIONS in Kaitaia

Marija Karmela Dragicevich
- born 21 July 1911
- died 1 November 2005 aged 94
- known children were: Lily, Ken & Rita
- buried MAUSOLEUM MAU Row Mau, Plot DR at Waitakere

Marina Dragicevich
- born 1884
- died 1968 aged 84

Mary Katey Dragicevich (nee SMITH)
- born 9 January 1927
- died 2008 aged 81

Mate Dragicevich
- born 1883
- died 1921 aged 38
- married to Mary ?
- had a daughter Mary Dragicevich in 1909

Mate Dragicevich
- born 10 October 1893
- died 1989 aged 96

Mate Dragicevich
- born 1899
- died 15 June 1973 aged 74
- Mate was an Orchardist
- buried ROMAN CATHOLIC BERM B Row 9, Plot 46 at Waitakere

* Mate Dragicevich
- born 1939
- died 26 November 1962 aged 23
- Mate was a Genral Labourer
- buried ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION F Row 1, Plot 56 at Waitakere

Matthew Michael Dragicevich
- born 22 September 1913
- died 2002 aged 89
- married Nora Cecilia LOCKERY in 1941
- lived in 44 Jervois Street, Dargaville in 1995
- their known children were:
1941-1950 Maureen Anne Dragicevich born in Tuakau
1944 Gabrielle Marea Dragicevich
1950 Matthew Michael Dragicevich

Maureen Anne Dragicevich
- born 1942
- died 1950 aged 8

Michael Joseph Dragicevich
- born 1952
- died 1952 ahed 3 days

Mile Matthew Dragicevich
- born 8 October 1929
- died 17 October 1974 aged 45
- Mile was an Orchardist
- buried ROMAN CATHOLIC BERM B Row 9, Plot 44 at Waitakere

Nicholas Dragicevich
- born 22 May 1915
- died 24 January 1983 aged 67
- cremated at Purewa Crematorium
- ashes scattered

Nora Cecilia Dragicevich (nee LOCKERY)
- born 26 May 1919
- died 2003 aged 84
- married Matthew Michael Dragicevich in 1941
- lived in 72 Normanby Street, Dargaville in 1995

Peter Joseph Dragicevich
- born 1922 in Auckland
- died 22 July 1945 aged 23 in World War II
Rank Last Held: Private
Serial Number: 64968
Next of Kin: Tony & Phyllis Dragicevich of Tangaihi, Auckland
Campaigns: Western Desert
Last Unit Served: 24 Infantry Battalion
Grave/Memorial Reference: XXVIII. G. 16.
Location: El Alamein War Cemetery Egypt

Peter Stanley Dragicevich
- born 18 May 1908
- died 8 October 1981 aged 73
- buried PROTESTANT BERM A Row 21, Plot 125 at Waitakere

Stephen Dragicevich
- born 12 August 1915
- died 2000 aged 85

unnamed baby Dragicevich
- born 4 February 1952
- died 7 February 1952
- cremated at Waitakere

Tada Dragicevich
- born 1867
- she died 16 August 1945 aged 78
- buried ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION D Row 3, Plot 102 at Waitakere

Zorka Dragicevich
- born 27 April 1904 in Yugoslavia
- died 21 July 1991 aged 87 in Switaer Home, Kaitaia
- wife of Andro
- buried PLOT 49-BLOCK U-Division: ALPHABET SECTIONS Kaitaia

Zorka Violet (nee McLACHLAN)
- born 15 April 1919
- died 2007 aged 88

NOTES
NZ Truth, 11 October 1919

Mate Dragicevich ... Alleged Dangerous Alien. A strapping Jugo-Slav got into the Dunedin Poilice Court dock one day last week on a charge of having failed to register under the Aliens Act of 1917 ...

The Waitere Mausoleum (where some of the above are buried) was built on Roman Catholic Division F-Row 1 Plots 56, 58, 60. PLAQUE: In Loving Memory Of WALTER JOSEPH passed away 26 Nov 1962 in his 23rd year dearly beloved son of Stipe and Manda loving brother of Marinka, Jessie, Clem and the late Ivan. Pocivao U Miru. In Loving Memory Of STIPE passed away 29 March 1976 in his 78th year dearly beloved husband of Manda loving father of Marinka, Jessie, Clem, late Ivan and Walter. Pocivao U Miru And MANDA passed away 2 Feb 1988 in her 86th year. Beloved wife, mother

if you have corrections or further information or want to tell some family stories that could be added to these people please leave a comment below

PHOTO
See Filomena above


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LYNSKEY marrages New Zealand 1868 - 1930

the LYNSKEY marrages in New Zealand between 1868 - 1930:

Andrew Raymond Lynskey
- married Edna Gwendoline May WINTER in 1926

Annie Lynskey
- married Frank CLEARY in 1915

Bridget Lynskey
- married Thomas MITTEN in 1898

Edward Lynskey
- married Ann MORAN in 1881
their known children
1882 Mary Lynskey
1883 Patrick William Edward Lynskey
1887 Sarah Julia Lynskey
1889 Margaret Neta May Lynskey

Edward Lynskey
- married Susannah O'CONNOR in 1905

Ellen Lynskey
- born in Kaiapoi, Canterbury
- married Thomas Bernard POWER in 1903

Evelyn Hilda Lynskey
- born in Waipara, Canterbury
- married Michael Andrew RYAN in 1912

George Lynsky
- married Kathleen HORNE in 1910

James Henry Lynskey
- born in Kaiapoi, Canterbury
- married Nora Mary JOYCE in 1907

Jane Lynskey
- married Harry BRODERICK in 1898

John Lynskey
- married Ellen McHUGH in 1908

John Joseph Lynskey
- married Margaret McGRATH in 1915

Joseph Lynskey
- married Ada Catherine HIATT in 1915

Kate Lynskey
- married Michael LEAHY in 1888

Leo Vernon Augustus Lynskey
- born in Kaiapoi, Canterbury
- married Kathleen Mary McGRATH in 1929

Margaret Yeta May Lynskey
- born in Auckland
- married Hugh Patrick DUFFIN in 1916

Mary Lynskey
- married Cornelius O'SULLIVAN in 1898

Mary Lynskey
- married Owen Albert MORRISH in 1903

Mary Catherine Lynskey
- married James Patrick RODGERS in 1920

Mary Ella Lynskey
- married James KISSICK in 1920

Maurice John Lynskey
- married Ellinor Maude LEWIS in 1922

Michael Lynskey
- married Catherine Delia QUINN in 1901
some known children
1902 Michael Allan Lynskey
1907 Brian Ronald Lynskey
1909 Arthur Laurence Lynskey

Michael Lynskey
- married Mary Annie PONINGHAUS in 1905

Michael Joseph Lynskey
- born in Kaiapoi, Canterbury
- married Margaret Anne KANE in 1927

Patrick Edward Lynskey
- married Mary Ann TOBIN in 1907
they had Leon Moran Lynskey in 1909, probably others

Sarah Lynskey
- married Bryan FLYNN in 1874

Sarah Lynskey
- married Arthur Charles NOTTINGHAM in 1889

Sarah Jane Lynskey
- born in Kaiapoi, Canterbury
- married Edward Charles Roi YOUNG in 1914

Stephen Joseph Lynskey
- born in Kaiapoi, Canterbury
- married Christina Alexandria McCLATCHIE in 1904
some known children
1905 Irene Eva Lynskey
1906 Erica Lyall Lynskey

Susannah Lynskey
- married Frederik CLAUSEN in 1926

Thomas Lynskey
- married Mary Ann McHUGH in 1889

Thomas Lynskey
- married Mary McGRATH in 1898
- 3 sons & s daughters surviving at his death in 1938

Thomas Reginald Lynskey
- married Mary BOURKE in 1923

William Lynskey
- married Sarah MORAN in 1868
their 13 known children
- all born in or around Kaiapoi, Canterbury
1869 Ellen Lynskey - died aged 15
1870 Thomas Patrick Lynskey - died aged 68, buried Rangiora
1871 William Lynskey
1873 William John Lynskey - died aged 39
1874 Michael Lynskey - died aged 74
1876 Edward Lynskey - died aged 33 of Jaundice (unmarried) in Wilson's Siding, Ohoka
1878 John Lynskey - died aged 63
1880 Patrick Lynskey
1881 James Lynskey - died aged 10 days
1883 Joseph Lynskey - died aged 69
1885 Mary Catherine Lynskey - died aged 58
1886 Agnes Ann Lynskey
1888 Sarah Jane Lynskey - died aged 66

William Lynskey
- married Bridget McHUGH in 1891
known children
1893 Winifred Ann Lynskey
1894 Gerald Bernard Lynskey
1896 Michael Joseph Lynskey
1899 Leo Vernon Augustus Lynskey
1901 William StanlausLynskey

William Lynskey
- married Julia POWER in 1899
some known children
1900 Cyril William Lynskey
1904 Clement Lynskey
1906 Vincent Sebastin Lynskey
1908 Sarah EllenLynskey

William Stanlaus Lynskey
- born in Kaiapoi, Canterbury
- married Estella May POWER in 1930

Winifred Anne Lynskey
- born in Kaiapoi, Canterbury
- married Edward James BOURKE in 1924

some MCATEER marrages in New Zealand between 1879 - 1926

some of the MCATEER marrages in New Zealand between 1880 - 1919 were:

Anne Kathleen McAteer
- married George Patrick HUNTER in 1916

Catherine Teresa McAteer
- married David James LUNDON in 1912

Charles Joseph McAteer
- married Mary Teresa MITTEN in 1919

Eliza McAteer
- married David GILLON in 1905

Jewelle Cicely McAteer
- married Edwin Clement EVANS in 1920

Kate McAteer
- married Victor Roy CHAPMAN in 1926

Kathleen Mary McAteer
- married George GORDON in 1920

Margaret McAteer
- married Joseph Gordon KIDD in 1879

Margaret McAteer
- married Philip Charles REYNOLDS in 1900

Margaret McAteer
- married Arthur James INKSTER in 1914

Margaret Ann McAteer
- married William THOMSON in 1914

Margaret Veronica McAteer
- married John Edward JENKINS in 1925

Michael McAteer
- married Margaret POWER in 1886

Michael Raymond McAteer
- married Mary Raymond McAULIFFE in 1918

Patrick McAteer
- married Ellen SCANLON in 1880

Unity McAteer
- married George Augustine LUNDON in 1917

William McAteer
- married Catherine COCKRANE in 1881

William McAteer
- married Mary Anne SABINA in 1885

William McAteer
- married May CRAWFORD in 1891

Michael SPELMAN + Margaret O'SULLIVAN - Manawatu, New Zealand

Michael Spelman married Margaret O'SULLIVAN in 1889
(it is possible Michael arrived in NZ in 1888 from England on the ss Tongariro as a Government passenger, Wellington contingent - research continuing)

he purchased a plot of land in Pohangioa on 8th October 1889 from his brother Bernard


their (known) children were:

17 November 1889 - Mary Catherine Spelman
- Mary did not marry
- she died in 1973 aged 84

27 December 1891 - Thomas John Spelman
- died in 1979 aged 87

14 May 1893 - Annie Theresa Spelman
- Annie did not marry
- she died in 1978 aged 81

1895 - Edward Clifton Spelman
- married Eileen Annie TEE in 1924

1898 - Agnes Winnifred Spelman
- married Stanley James HANLON in 1921

1899 - Bernard Francis Spelman
- died aged 28, see his notes at above link

Patrick SPELMAN + Bridget SULLIVAN - Manawatu New Zealand

Patrick SPELMAN married Bridget SULLIVAN in 1890 in New Zealand

they had 7 known children:
... 1
1891 - 1961 John Edward Spelman
- married Cecila Vitalina CROW in 1909
- he married Veronica Mary ? (1905-1987)
John & Mary are buried together Plot 005, Block 003 at Ashhurst cemetery


... 2
1893 - 1893 Norah Catherine Mary Spelman
- Norah died aged 2 months
she is buried in Plot 20A, Block 078 at Terrace End cemetery


... 3
1894 - 1970 Cornelius Michael Spelman
- Cornelius married Coralie Margaret BALMER (1897-1970) in 1922
- daughter of John Duncan Cameron BALMER & Mary Bridget CAMERON
- Coralie died 26 January 1970 aged 73
- Cornelius died 2 Oct 1970 aged 77
they are buried together Plot 015, Block 003 at Ashhurst cemetery


... 4
1895 - 1960 Patrick Delphin Spelman
- Patrick died aged 64


... 5
1900 - 1982 Adelia Margaret Annie Spelman
- married Patrick William Archibald BALMER (1894-1962) in 1922
- son of John Duncan Cameron BALMER & Mary Bridget CAMERON
- Patrick served in WWI as Corporal 44339 with the NZEF, 24th Reinforcements F Company. He embarked from Wellington 26 April 1917 & his next of kin was his mother Mary Balmer at Wharehoa, Raumai (10km north of Ashhurst). His brother Duncan Innes Balmer was a farm assistant when he was called up in March 1918


... 6
1902 - ? Eileen Constance Spelman
- nothing known


... 7
1904 - 1974 Helena Marguerite Spelman
- Helena married John Malcolm TAYLOR in 1932
- John was a banker, they lived in Titoki Street, Manawatu
- Helena died 7 August 1974 aged 70
- John died 14 July 1981 aged 85
they are buried Plot 016, Block 004, Area P at Kelvin Grove cemetery


... 8
1909 - ? Cecelia Josephine Spelman

PHOTO
GRAVE of Cornelius Michael & Coralie Margaret Spelman


the SPELMAN - SPELLMAN buried in Palmerston North

... the SPELMAN buried in the Terrace End Cemetery Palmerston North as at 1st November 2010:

ANNIE TERESA Spelman
- a daughter of Michael & Margaret
- Annie was a spinster, living in Alan St, Palmerston North
- died 3-8-1978 aged 85
- buried PLOT 003 - BLOCK 083

BERNARD FRANCIS 'Laddie' Spelman
- a son of Michael & Margaret
- Laddie was a Farmer in Pohangina
- died 22-9-1928 aged 29 in Palmerston North Hospital from "the effects of a serious motor accident, accelerated by the administration of a gas-oxygen anaesthetic"
- buried PLOT 007 - BLOCK 083

BRIDGET Spelman (nee SULLIVAN)
- married Patrick Spelman in 1890
- Bridget was living in Massey St, Palmerston North
- died 8-1-1924 aged 52
- buried PLOT 014 - BLOCK 077

CECILIA VITALINA Spelman (nee CROW)
- married Edward John (or John Edward) Spelman in 1909
- Cecilia was living at Edward St, Palmerston North
- died 7-12-1956 aged 69
- buried PLOT 012 - BLOCK 059 with John Edward

EDWARD CLIFTON Spelman
- a son of Michael & Margaret
- married Eileen Annie TEE in 1924
- Edward was a Farmer
- he lived at Bamfield St Ashhurst
- died 13-10-1987 aged 92
- buried PLOT 009 - BLOCK 083 with Eileen Annie

EILEEN ANNIE Spelman (nee TEE)
- married Edward Clifton Slepman in 1924
- Eileen was living at Bamfield St Ashhurst
- died 8-1-1991 aged 93
- buried PLOT 009 - BLOCK 083 with Edward Clifton

JOHN EDWARD Spelman
- John was an Agent, he lived in Edward St Palmerston North
- died 25-5-1948 aged 61
- buried PLOT 012 - BLOCK 059 with Cecila/Cecilia

KATHLEEN Spelman
- Kathleen lived in Weston Ave, Palmerston North
- died 7-10-1951 aged 66
- buried PLOT 064 - BLOCK 075

MARGARET Spelman (nee O'SULLIVAN)
- married Michael Slepman in 1889
- Margaret lived in Alan St Palmerston North
- died 23-5-1951 aged 85
- buried PLOT 005 - BLOCK 083

MARY CATHERINE Spelman
- a daughter of Michael & Margaret
- Mary was a spinster living in Alan St Palmerston North
- died 13-12-1973 aged 84
- buried PLOT 003 - BLOCK 083

MICHAEL Spelman
- married Margaret O'Sullivan in 1889
- Michael was a Farmer
- he was living in Alan St Palmerston North
- died 27-8-1934 aged 70
- buried PLOT 005 - BLOCK 083

NORAH catherine mary Spelman
- daughter of Patrick & Bridget
- died 1893 aged 2 months
- buried PLOT 20A - BLOCK 078

PATRICK Spelman
- married Bridget SULLIVAN in 1890
- Patrick was a Farmer
- he was living in Massey St Palmerston North
- died 23-6-1950 aged 90
- buried PLOT 014 - BLOCK 077

THOMAS Spelman
- Thomas was a Farmer
- he was living in Pinfold Rd Woodville
- died 5-2-1928 aged 53
- buried PLOT 064 - BLOCK 075

there is also John SPELLMAN buried in Terrace End
- John was a Blacksmith at Pohangina
- died 12-12-1914 aged 57
- buried PLOT 020 - BLOCK 080

... the SPELMAN in Kelvin Grove cemetery Palmerston North as at 1st November 2010:

BERNARD Spelman
- a son of Bernard & Mary
- Bernard was a Storeman
- he was living in Beresford St Palmerston North
- died 14-5-1966 aged 77
- buried PLOT 071 - BLOCK 010 - AREA J

BERNARD PATRICK Spelman
- Bernard was a Clerk
- he was living in Massey St Palmerston North
- died 30-12-1965 aged 49
- buried PLOT 040 - BLOCK 001 - AREA DA

ELIZABETH Spelman
- Elizabeth was living in Beresford St Palmerston North
- died 9-3-1978 aged 91
- buried PLOT 069 - BLOCK 010 - AREA J

EVELYN JOYCE Spelman
- Evelyn was living in Paraparaumu
- died 25-10-1952 aged 25 (she was married)
- buried PLOT 027 - BLOCK 005 - AREA J

FRANCIS BERNARD Spelman
- Francis was a Storeman
- he was living in Florence Ave Palmerston North
- died 20-2-1986 aged 74
- buried PLOT 105 - BLOCK 011 - AREA P

MARIE ANN Spelman
- Marie was a Secretary
- she lived in Jefferso Cres Palemrston North
- died 3-8-2009 aged 64
- buried PLOT 057 - BLOCK 006 - AREA U

OLGA ADELINE Spelman
- Olfa wa a Shop Manageress
- she was living in Florence Ave Palmerston North
- died 23-7-2000 aged 91
- buried PLOT 107 - BLOCK 011 - AREA P

... the SPELMAN in the Ashhurst cemetery Palmerston North as at 1st November 2010:

CLIFTON EDWARD Spelman
- died 24-7-1926 aged 4 days
- buried PLOT 025 - BLOCK 003

CORALIE MARGARET Spelman (nee BALMER)
- married Cornelius Michael Spelman in 1922
- died 26-1-1970 aged 73
- buried PLOT 015 - BLOCK 003

CORNELIUS MICHAEL Spelman
- a son of Patrick & Bridget
- married Coralie Margaret Balmer in 1922
- died 2-10-1970 aged 76
- buriedPLOT 016 - BLOCK 003

DELPHIN PATRICK Spelman
- a son of Patrick & Bridget
- died 9-6-1960 aged 64
- buried PLOT 031 - BLOCK 003

JANET MARY Spelman
- died 24-6-1974 aged 75
- buried PLOT 032 - BLOCK 003

JOHN EDWARD Spelman
- a son of Patrick & Bridget
- married Cecila/Cecilia Vitalina Cow in 1909
- died 30-5-1961 aged 70
- buried PLOT 005 - BLOCK 003

PHYLLIS MYRTLE Spelman
- died 12-6-1976 aged 71
- buried PLOT 010 - BLOCK 013

THOMAS JOHN Spelman
- a son of Michael & Margaret
- died 28-12-1978 aged 87
- buried PLOT 010 - BLOCK 013

VERONICA MARY Spelman
- died 17-1-1987 aged 82
- buried PLOT 005 - BLOCK 003

NOTES
Bernard and Patrick Spelman and Thomas Samuel Brebner dissolved their partnership in the Manawatu firm of 'Spelman & Co', Flax Millers at Oroua Flax Mill on the Oroua Downs estate in January 1890

John + Annie Hislop BOLES - Thames, Coromandel

John BOLES (1847-1922)
married 1 April 1881 in County Monaghan, Ireland to:
Annie Heslip/Hislop ?? (1853-1920) (see comments below)

they then emigrated to New Zealand, settled in Thames and had 9 children:

... 1
1882 - 1933 Joseph Samuel Hislop 'Joe' Boles
- born 15 January 1882 in Thames
- In 1892 Joseph was in Standard IV a the Tararu School
- Joe served in WWI as Sergeant Major 2252 with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 7th Reinforcements 4th Battalion, H Company. He embarked from Wellington 20 Aug 1916 for Devonport, England, listing his father at Thames as next of kin
JOE married Jane Lethbridge NEWSHAM (1890-1948) in 1920
- in 1920 (death of his mother Annie) he was in Te Aroha
JOSEPH died on 31 July 1933 aged 51 in Morrinsville
JANE died 19 October 1948 aged 58
- they are buried Block V, Plot 9, in the Old Cemetery, Thames St Morrinsville


... 2
1883 - 1946 Thomas Henry 'Dawson' Boles
Otago Witness, 28 October 1903 A young man named Dawson Boles, accidentally fell down a pass 40ft in depth last week whilst at work in the Komata Reefs mine, Auckland, Fortunately, he dropped on his feet, and escaped with slight injuries to one of his ankles and kneecap. He was brought into the hospital where his injuries were attended to
DAWSON married Hazel Inglis DUNSTAN (1895-1962) in 1916
Ohinemuri Gazette, 22 April 1916 A very pretty wedding was solemnised in the Waihi Presbyterian Church on Wednesday afternoon, the Rev G. Lochore officiating. The contracting parties were Miss Hazel Inglis Dunstan, fourth daughter of Mr W. Dunstan of Waihi, and Mr Thomas Henry Dawson Boles, of the Thames
they had a son:
1917 - 1995 Mervyn Dawson Boles (lived Matamata, ashes interred North Shore)
- in July 1917 Dawson was in Waihi when his name was drawn in the Hauraki Recruiting District
- in 1920 (death of his mother Annie) he was in Bruntwood, Waikato
Auckland Star, 5 June 1943 BOLES-TAYLOR - On April 17, 1943, at St Pauls Methodist Church, Northcote, by the Rev A. J. Johnston, Elsie Marsden, only daughter of Mr and Mrs H. Taylor, Northcote, to Mervyn Dawson, only son of Mr and Mrs Dawson Boles, Birkenhead
THOMAS HENRY DASWON Boles died 3 September 1946 aged 63
HAZEL INGLIS Boles died 10 October 1962 aged 67
- they are buried Old Portion, Public Block 4, Plots 7&8 Birkenhead/Glenfield Cemetery


... 3
1885 - 1934 John James 'Crawford' Boles
- in 1894 Crawford was in Standard IV at Tararu School
CRAWFORD married Stella Melville WEST (1876-1957) in 1908
- Stella was born in Newtown, NSW, 1 of at least 7 children of Benjamin WEST & Margaret SPEARS
Auckland Star, 11 May 1908 BOLES-WEST - On April 19th, at Thames, New Zealand, by Rev J. Milne, M.A., J. J. Crawford Boles, of Te Kuiti, son of John Boles, of Thames, to Stella Melville, daughter of Benjamin West, of Redfern, N.S.W.
- they had a daughter:
1908 - 2009 Gwenneth Muriel Aroha Boles
- in 1920 (death of his mother Annie) he was a draper in Te Kuiti
Auckland Star, 10 February 1934 TE KUITI this day
... Mr Crawford Boles, a prominent local business man, died suddenly at his residence this morning. He was for many years a prominent Rugby footballer and bowler, being well known at Thames and in the Waikato. He leaves a wife and adult daughter
... A well-known business man of Te Kuiti, Mr Crawford Boles, died suddenly on February 10. He was born at Thames, educated at the High School there, and 28 years ago went to Te Kuiti, to the firm of Green and Colebrook, where he managed the drapery department. When that firm gave up business Mr Boles started on his own account. At one time he played for the Te Kuiti Football Club. Mr Boles was a past master of Lodge Plunket, Free Masons. He leaves a wife and one daughter


... 4
1886 - 1950 Robert George Herbert 'Bert' Boles
- In 1892 Robert was in the Primers a the Tararu School
- Bert served in WWI twice.
* The first time he had the rank of Corporal 23/366, embarking from Wellington 9 Oct 1915 with the 1st Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, B Company and serving on the Western Front.
* The second as Second Lieutenant 23/336, embarking from Wellington 9 May 1918 with the NZEF, 37th Reinforcements A Company and served in Somme, France. He was awarded the DCM (Distinguished Conduct Medal) for gallantry when a Sergeant Major. He was promoted to First Lieutenant and then to Captain and was decorated by King George V (see his letter home below)
- in 1920 (death of his mother Annie) he was in Thames (late of Te Kuiti)
- in 1920 he moved to Taihape and took over McLauglan Brothers
BERT married Ida Susan MORTLAND (1900-?) in 1925
- Ida was a daughter of John MORTLAND & Amelia Elizabeth PEARCE
- they had 2 daughters, Ngaire & Maureen Ailsa Boles
- in June 1926 he was a storekeeper in Manurewa, Auckland
- in August 1946 he was the Manager of the New Taihape Hotel
A SOLDERS LETTER HOME from Sergeant-Major BERT BOLES:
King Country Chronicle, 13 December 1916
... After twenty-three days in the trenches I will attempt to answer your last very welcome letter, which came to hand in due time. No doubt you expect a little news from me as regards how I got on. Well, on Sunday night of September 10th, 1916, we went into the front line and relieved a regiment of Tommies who had just captured one of the Hun trenches. We got a bit of a doing going up, losing a few men, as the enemy were shelling the sap, getting the range to a nicety. It was a fairly moonlight night, and when we got there we found that we had to finish a trench that the Tommies had started just a little in advance of the old Bosche line, which was blown to pieces by our artillery prior to the advance. Our bouys worked like Trojans all night, and by daylight had established a fairly good line.
... Daylight revealed a sight that is seen only after a big advance. The old trench behind us was full of dead Germans, and, needless to say, a lot of the Tommies mixed up together. That day our trench was shelled for five hours, but our casualties were remarkably small considering the stuff Fritz put over. By Jove, our chaps are the gamest one would wish to meet. As soon as there was a bit of a lull in the firing, they got over the parapet and out into No Man's Land souvenir hunting, and then the Huns would get into us again, and all hands would scamper back to cover.
... That night a terrible bombardment took place on the part of both sides. High explosives, H.E. shrapnel, machine gun and rifle fire went at top for about half-an-hour. We though Fritz was going to counter-attack but he could never have lived through the barrages our artillery put up. The place was as bright as day, star shells from our trench as well as the Germans made a very picturesque scene. The Germans have some splendid 'Very' lights and plenty of variety, green, white and red being his principle ones.
... Things quietened down at about 1 a.m. and we went out to dig a communication trench between ours and another company, to connect up. I thought during the bombardment I heard a machine gun out a bit from our trench, but one of the men said it was one of ours, but I still had a bit of suspicion that it was a Fritz. However, I took a trip out where I thought it was, and soon dropped across it. One dead Hun was alongside of it, and next day we got a couple of wounded close by. I brought the gun in and when daylight came some of our gunners had a look at it and found it to be in perfect order.
... We were relieved that night by the 2nd Brigade of New Zealand, after a strenuous 8 hours in the front line. We went in again on the night of the 14th, and next day the New Zealanders made their great advance. Only two brigades went forward, the one I just mentioned to the first line and outs took the last three. Out battalion had the farthest to go, having the last line to take. We got over the parapet at 6.30 a.m. and we advanced till 10.50 a.m. It was a great sight to see the steadiness of the men under a terrific fire put up by the enemy, and although their mates fell at every step they never faltered, but went on with the utmost confidence.
... At last we reached the trench we were to reorganise before attacking the final objective. Our company was comparatively weakened by this time, but the remainder went forward and got into the trench only to be driven out again after holding it for about half-an-hour. The Tommies on our right flank failed to get up, and wer were left well advanced with no connection in either flank. There were only two companies of our battalion, - A and B - or rather half company left in that line, and we came under concentrated fire from the enemy as well as a few of our own shell dropping short. We had by this time lost all our officers, which left me in charge, being the senior N.C.O. - Sergt. Major, by the way, being promoted a couple of weeks before we went over. We had to retire back a few hundred yards and dig in under very heavy fire. We expected a counter-attack that night, but it did not eventuate.
We did another 48 hours in the front line and were relieved by the First Brigade, who came up fresh and captured the trench we were driven out of. We were very fortunate in getting back without a casualty, as it is during the change over that we get a lot of shelling.
... Things continued to go on as hot as ever and I can assure you I had quite enough of it when we finished our 23 days. We are at present in the trenches again, but this is a real home compared to our last place, and would be quite satisfied to remain in for the duration. I have a decent little dug-out. and every convenience, and as comfortable as it is possible to be under the circumstances.
... I am expecting to go on furlough very shortly. The leave to England is ten days, so I could have a fairly good time. A lot of our wounded chaps are in hospital in England. Mick Kaveney is over there with a wound in his left arm. I had a note from him the other day. I am in for a commission and expect to get it very shortly.
... The days are getting very short now, and the nights are fairly chilly. The reinforcements are going to England before coming over here, so will probably see Joe by the time my leave comes. I think this winter will see pretty near the end of this war, as the Germans are getting fairly hot time of it. I suppose you read all about the 'tanks' during the advance. They are great. I'll tell you something about them and their working next letter. Poor old Fritz was frightened to death at the sight of them.
... I went right through the stand, and am feeling splendid. Wet feet and ploughing through mud knee deep in places has had no effect on me at all. I could have eaten a horse after getting back to the cookers, so you can guess I haven't lost my appetite
BERT died 15 June 1950 aged 63 in Taihape (see photo)
- he is buried Plot 28, Section Lawn, Block 2, Row 55 at Taihape Cemetery


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1888 - 1926 Stopford Leslie 'Les' Boles
LES married Jane Eva JOHNSON (1892-1968) in 1915
- Jane was 1 of at least 11 children of John Benjamin & Jane JOHNSON
NOTE JOHN BENJAMIN JOHNSON, (written in 1902) Plumber, Tinsmith, Ironmonger, etc., Whitaker Street, Te Aroha. The business was established in 1882 by the firm of Bedford and Johnson, but Mr. Johnson afterwards became sole proprietor. Mr. Johnson was born at Capetown in 1864. When he was two years old his parents came to New Zealand, and he was brought up to the trade of a plumber at the Thames, where he worked till settling at Te Aroha. He has served on the Te Aroha Licensing Bench, school committee, Town Board, and Hot Springs Domain Board, and was one time sergeant of the Te Aroha rifle corps.
- in 1920 (death of his mother Annie) he was a draper in Te Aroha
Auckland Star, 1 October 1926 Mr Stopford Leslie Boles, who died on Tuesday at his residence, Ruakaka, was well known in the business life of Te Aroha. He took an active part in public affairs, and at the by-election made necessary by the death of Mr John Frear, he was elected to the Te Aroha Borough Council by a substantial majority. Just prior to his election to the council he was elected to a seat on the committee of the Te Aroha Jockey Club. Only ten days ago Mr Boles had a chill after working in his garden, and on the following day he was obliged to seek his bed. Pneumonic Influenza quickly developed, and all efforts to assist him over the crisis failed. Mr Boles was born at Thames, but had resided in Te Aroha practically all his life. He leaves a young widow and one daughter. The interment took place on Wednesday afternoon, when his remains were followed by representatives of the following bodies: Te Aroha Borough Council, Te Aroha Jockey Club, Te Aroha Trotting Club, Te Aroha Bowling Club, Te Aroha Golf Club, Te Aroha Chamber of Commerce.
By the time the cortege reached the Te Aroha cemetery over 100 cars were following. A beautiful array of wreaths were forwarded from all the sporting bodies in the district


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1890 - 1952 'Cecil' Augustus Boles
King Country Chronicle, 2 November 1912 After having spent five years with Messrs Green and Colebrook, Mr Cecil Boles has decided to start business on his own account. A very central position has been chosen next to Mr Lissman's shop, and alterations are to be made to suit the requirements of cash grocer. it is Mr Boles' intention to conduct his business on purely cash lines, no booking being encouraged. With low prices and a quick turn over system, Mr Boles asks for a fair share of public support and patronage
King Country Chronicle, 24 December 1913 Cecil Boles has, during the year been compelled to secure larger premises owing to increased business requirements. The business has been built up to its present high standard within the past sixteen months. The business is conducted directly under the control of Mr Boles, and his staff of eight assistants are prepared at all times to meet the wishes of customers
CECIL married Ethel Florence CARR (1892-1962) in 1914
- Ethel was 1 of at least 9 children of John Richard CARR & Ethel STEVENS
Thames Star, 4 May 1914 The marriage took place at Cambridge last week of Mr Cecil Boles, of Te Kuiti, formerly of Thames, to Miss Ethel Carr
New Zealand Herald, 30 August 1916 BOLES - On August 26, to Mr and Mrs Cecil Boles, Ward Street, Te Kuiti, a daughter
- in 1920 (death of his mother Annie) he was a grocer in Te Kuiti
Evening Post, 6 December 1933 Mr Cecil Boles, owner of Rereatu and Rerepai, who both won at Takapuna last Saturday, is the Mayor of Taumarunui. His horses were named for him by his Deputy Mayor, the Rev Egerton Ward, Rereatu meaning 'Fly Away' and Rerepai 'Go Quickly'
Evening Post, 7 August 1935 AWAPUNI RACING YEAR - The Taumarunui owner, Mr Cecil Boles, who had Rerepai and Rereatu prepared by R. E. Hatch at Awapuni, heads the winning owners' list
- Cecil was involved with the Te Kuiti Bowling & Football Clubs
CECIL died 11 Jan 1952 aged 61
ETHEL died 29 July 1962 aged 70
- they are buried Block J Row 16 Plot 56 at Purewa, Auckland


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1894 - 1962 'Horace' Randolph Boles
Thames Star, 22 September 1917 MILITARY SERVICE BOARD - from our Te Aroha correspondent:- Horace Boles, draper, was exempted sine die
Thames Star, 13 October 1920 THAMES - At the Police Court this morning before Mr H. A. Young, S.M., Horace Boles, charged with riding a bicycle on the footpath at Tararu, was fined 15s and costs 7s
- in 1920 (death of his mother Annie) he was a draper in Hamilton
- no wife yet found
HORACE died 19 Oct 1963
- his ashes are interred Block Z Row 15 Plot 28, Purewa Auckland


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1896 - Annette Victoria Morrin 'Nettie' Boles
- in 1902 Nettie in the First Class Primers at Tararu School
- in 1906 she was in Standard IV and won a silver thimble for sewing and a prize for good attendance
- in 1918 she was working on a stall at the Paddy's Market held in Pollen St, Thames, to raise funds for the Red Cross
- in 1920 (death of her mother Annie) she was a teacher at the Central School, Thames
Thames Star, 30 March 1920 WAITAKARURU NEWS
... A social and dance was held in the Waitakaruru Hall on Friday last for the purpose of giving Miss Boles, who has been three and a half years sole charge teacher of the Waitakaruru school, a send-off and a presentation. The evening went off very well under the control of Messrs F. Stretton and G. Coxhead, M.C., with the help of Mr A. Otter, secretary, and the ladies of the district ... more
Auckland Star, 3 June 1935 Miss Nettie Boles, of Thames, motored to Auckland for the racing carnival
Auckland Star, 4 January 1937 Miss Nettie Boles, of Thames, is spending the holidays at Russell
Auckland Star, 6 June 1938 RACEGOERS APPEAR IN SMART WINTER MODELS at Ellerslie to-day. Tailored suits and coats were the order of the day and their smartness was undoubted. Many of the coats were fur-trimmed which gave them comfort as well as chicness. The hats were outstanding in their smartness and featured the high, folded and tucked lines of the mode. The most appealing accessories matched and many novelties were to be seen. Shoes in many cases were in tomes to exactly match the ensemble.
Among those present were:
... & Miss Nettie Boles (Thames), leaf brown suit, Breton felt hat ...
Auckland Star, 8 March 1939 Miss Boles, of Thames, has gone to Paeroa after a holiday at Auckland as the guest of Mrs Dawson Boles, of Hauraki Street, Birkenhead
Auckland Star, 14 April 1941 Miss Nettie Boles, of Thames, returns to-morrow, after spending Easter in Auckland


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1896 - 1966 Malcolm 'Victor' Boles
- in 1903 he was in the Primer class at Tararu School
New Zealand Herald, 22 February 1917
MILITARY SERVICE EXTENSION GRANTED
... Malcolm Boles, telegraphist, Morrinsville, asked for an extension of time. The military representative said that two brothers of appellant were on active service, and one had recently been awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal. Two other had enlisted. The chairman said it was a gallant family, and the appellant was entitled to almost any time he desired. Extension was granted to may 29
- Victor served in WWI as Private 56411 with the NZEF, 29th Reinforcements Specialists Company, Signal Section. He embarked from Wellington for Glasgow on 13 Aug 1917, listing his father of Tararu Rd., Thames as next of kin
- in 1920 (death of his mother Annie) he was with Post & Telegraph in Thames
victor married Olive DODD (1902-1994) in 1925
- daughter of Arthur Earle Elliers DODD & Mary Augusta Gray LAWLOR
MALCOLM died 7 April 1966 aged 69
OLIVE died 1 April 1994 aged 92
- their ashes are interred Block Z Row 5 Plot 71 at Purewa, Auckland
NOTE a son, Malcolm Earle Lawlor Boles (1928-2010) is also interred at Purewa


ANNIE HESLOP BOLES died 22 Dec 1920 aged 67
Thames Star, 22 December 1920
... BOLES - On December 22nd, at her late residence, Tararu Road, Thames, after a long illness, Annie H., dearly loved wife of John Boles, aged 67 years
... Another of the old residents of Thames passed away this morning in the person of Mrs A. H. Boles, at her residence, Tararu, aged 67 years. Mrs Boles was married on April 1, 1881, in County Monaghan, Ireland, later coming to New Zealand and settling at Thames.
Mrs Boles, who was a very well known and highly respected resident of Tararu, had been in failing health for some time, and leaves a husband, Mr J. Boles, and a family of 8 sons and one daughter:
Messrs:-
Cecil Boles, grocer at Te Kuiti
Crawford Boles, draper at Te Kuiti
Dawson Boles of Bruntwood, Waikato
Les Boles, draper, Te Aroha
Joe Boles, Te Aroha
Bert Boles, late of Te Kuiti and at present at Thames
Horace Boles, draper, Hamilton
Victor Boles, of the Post and Telegraph, Thames
Miss:- Nettie Boles is teacher at the Central School
... The funeral of the late Mrs Boles will leave her late residence, Tararu Road, at 2 p.m. on Thursday, for Tararu Cemetery.
Friends are requested to accept this intimation

JOHN BOLES died 6 August 1922 aged 78
New Zealand Herald, 7 August 1922 BOLES - On August 6, at his late residence, Tararu Road, Thames, John, beloved husband of the late Annie Boles, in his 78th year - At rest. Private interment to-morrow (Tuesday) at 2.30 p.m.
... John & Annie are buried PUBL-PLOT-271&272A at Tararu Cemetery


Can you help with the maiden name of Annie Heslop Boles ?
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PHOTO
Plot 28, Section Lawn, Block 2, Row 55 at Taihape Cemetery

Robert George Herbert 'Bert' Boles


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John & Edith Annie GODFREY - Ashhurst, New Zealand

John and Edith Annie GODFREY are buried in the Ashhurst Cemetery, Manawatu

John died on 6-6-1971 aged 91
- approx birth year of 1880
- he is buried in PLOT 014 - BLOCK 002 of the Ashhurst Cemetery

Edith Annie died on 22-8-1970 aged 87
- approx birth year of 1883
- she is buried in PLOT 013 - BLOCK 002 of the Ashhurst Cemetery

any help with info for this couple would be appreciated

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the BRADBURY buried in Terrace End, Palmerston North

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

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

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

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

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

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