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NASH to NUTTALL Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

The people with the surname N who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
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NASH Albert Joseph Stewart 1933 aged 70
- Albert was a Painter
- married Elizabeth Hallassay in 1889
- lived in Swinburn St, Dannevirke
Albert is buried at Mangatera

NASH Peter, 25 July 1937 aged 2 days
Peter is buried at Mangatera with his father Albert above

NASH Elizabeth (nee HALLASSAY), 17 April 1940 aged 71
- buried unknown location
- wife of Albert Joseph Stuart Nash (above)
the children of ALBERT & ELIZABETH:
1889 - Annie Nash
1890 - Elsie Nash
1891 - 1956 Albert Stuart Nash
- married Isabele Elizabeth Rose SOUTHEE in 1916
- (a brother of Isabele's, Daniel Joseph Southee, married Annie Elsie Peck, a granddaughter of Charles PECK & Annie GASKIN who are also buried in the Settlers Cemetery)
1893 - Richard Nash
1897 - Florence Ella Nash (above)
1900 - 1980 Kenneth Arthur Nash
1901 - 1984 Ernest Lionel Nash (+Ruby Irene Ellen BLOWS in 1929)

NASH Florence Ella, 9 Oct 1898 aged 11 months
- buried unknown location
- daughter of Albert Joseph Stuart NASH & Elizabeth HALLASSAY

NASH Joan Beryl, 23 Oct 1943 aged 25
- buried Grave 4, Block G
- Joan was not married
- she was living in Dannevirke

NEAGLE James, 20 July 1923 aged 56
- buried Grave 55, Block J
- James was a Saddler

NEAGLE James, 7 May 1910 aged 61
- buried Grave 31, Block J
- James was an Insurance Agent living in High St Dannevirke

NEAGLE Sarah Ellen (nee BADLEY), 6 Jan 1929 aged 73
- buried Grave 60, Block J
- born 1855 to Paul & Hannah BADLEY (butcher of Meanee, Napier)
- married James Neagle (possibly the one above) in 1874
- was widowed and living in Waitara in 1928

NEAGLE Winifred Violet Gwendoline (nee DICKINSON) 1908 aged 27
- buried Grave 36, Block J
- born 1880 to Samuel DICKINSON & Matilda GIBBS
Nelson Evening Mail, 13 February 1877 DICKINSON-GIBBS - At the Register Office, Nelson, on the 12th February, Samuel Dickinson, second son of Francis Dickinson, Esq., of Wheatlands, County of Kent, England, to Marilda, youngest daughter of William Gibbs, Esq., M.H.R. of Totaranui
- Winifred married James Neagle in 1903
- she was living in Taradale Rd Dannevirke
- Winifred had 2 brothers:
1877 - Kenneth Lincoln Montague Dickinson
1886 - Arthur Boyes Gibbs Dickinson (father not recorded)

NEILSEN Albert John, 1 Sep 1903 aged 12
- buried Grave 61, Block E
- son of Charles & Mary Ateena NEILSEN

NEILSEN Bertha 5 Nov 1898 aged 11 months
- buried Grave 37, Block A with her father
- daughter of Hans (aka Jacob) & Bessie NEILSEN

NEILSEN Hans 'Jacob', 2 July 1898 aged 34
- buried Grave 37, Block A with daughter Bertha

NESON Richard, 30 Aug 1909 aged 68
- this surname is incorrect, could be Neeson but no record found for a Richard Neson having died in 1909

NEWBERRY Ernest, 8 June 1907 aged 3
- buried Grave 77, Block G
- born 1904 to Lizzie Newberry

NEWELL James Ridley, 2 April 1907 aged 3 months
- buried Grave 78, Block G with his mother Mary
- son of James Charles & Mary Francis NEWELL

NEWELL Mary Francis, 13 Aug 1908 aged 38
- Grave 78, Block G with son James
- married to James Charles Newell
the children of JAMES & MARY:
1898 - Kathleen Emma Newell
1900 - Eric Charles Palmerston Newell
1903 - Dudley Carlton Newell
1905 - Coralie Mary Newell
1907 - 1907 James Ridley Newell

NEWELL Rubina Susannah, 29 Dec 1901 aged 3.5
- buried Grave 69, Block B

NEWTON Albert Henry, 13 Nov 1910 aged 7 hours
- buried Grave 40, Block H
- son of Charles & Louisa Charnock (1875-1964) NEWTON
- was at York St, Dannevirke

NORTHCOTE Cecil, 19 March 1904 aged 45
HISTORICAL RECORD ONLY, Cecil was conveyed by rail to Ashburton
- he married Mary Ann JONES in 1883
the children of CECIL & MARY:
1884 - 1963 Eva Clara Northcote
- Eva married Francis Goward-Webster in Port Sudan, 25 Jan 1913. He was the Superintendent of the Egyptian War Office, Kartum, Sudan
1885 - 1899 Cyril Freeman Northcote
1886 - Rupert Northcote
Bush Advocate, 21 March 1904 NORTHCOTE - On the 19th inst., at his late residence, High-street, Dannevirke, Cecil Northcote (son of the late Augustus Northcote, of Belringham House, Sutton, Valence Kent, England), aged 45 years
Southland Times, 22 March 1904 NORTHCOTE - At Rawhiti street, Dannevirke, on the 19th March, 1904, Cecil, the beloved husband of Mary Northcote; aged 45 years
Bush Advocate, 19 March 1904 DEATH OF MR C. NORTHCOTE
It is with deep regret that we to-day have to record the death of Mr Cecil Northcote, our late well-known and much respected townsman, whose demise took place at his residence at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The deceased gentleman, who had arrived at about the age of 48 years, was taken ill some three weeks ago, and has practically remained in an unconscious state ever since. During the past dew days however, it was generally supposed that he was steadily improving, and the news of his death to-day came as a great surprise to his friends. Prior to his arrival in Dannevirke, Mr Northcote was connected with the well-known firm of Sargood, Son and Ewen, both as a traveler in Dunedin, and afterwards as the manager of their Invercargill branch. Leaving their service some years ago, he entered into business on his own account at Ashburton, and from there he came to this town, where he purchased the interest of Mr J. S. Watchorn, and afterwards that of Mr Power, in the house of which he has been the sole proprietor for the past eight months. Mr Northcote was generally recognised as a man of energetic and progressive business methods, and the embodiment of good nature, and his death will be widely regretted. Much sympathy will be felt for Mrs Northcote and her family in their sad bereavement. The late Mr Cecil Northcote was a kinsman (nephew) of Sir Henry Stafford Northcote, first Lord of Iddesleigh, who died in 1887
Ashburton Guardian, 21 March 1904 MR CECIL NORTHCOTE
The friends of Mr Cecil Northcote will regret to learn of his death, which occurred somewhat suddenly at Dannevirke, North Island, on Saturday. Recent letters received by his friends in Ashburton gave no intelligence even of Mr Northcote being indisposed, and up to the present his late partner, Mr Hefford, has received no particulars of his illness, so that the cause of death is not known. The deceased gentleman was in partnership with Mr George Hefford for about four years, but some fifteen months ago the partnership was dissolved. Mr Northcote bought a business at Dannevirke. He was of a genial and obliging disposition, and both in Ashburton and Invercargill was closely identified with football and athletic movements. While resident in Ashburton he made many friends. He leaves a wife and three children to mourn their loss. The remains will be conveyed to Ashburton by tomorrow's express, and the funeral will leave the station immediately afterwards for the Ashburton cemetery, where the interment will take place
CECIL was buried Plot 32, Area 94 at Ashburton cemetery on 22 March 1904 next to son Cyril Freeman Northcote. MARY ANN moved to Wellington and resided at 57 Marjoribanks street, Mt Victoria. She let the house (large 9 rooms including an upright grand piano) in 1911. She died 25 years after Cecil, 14 Aug 1929, in Wellington

NUTTALL William Thomas 1900 aged 1.5
- buried unknown location
- son of William John NUTTALL & Alice MITCHELL
the children of WILLIAM & AKUCE:
1898 - 1900 William Thomas Nuttall
1900 - John Nuttall
1902 - Elizabeth Henrietta Nuttall
1903 - Inez Nuttall
1907 - Doris Maude Nuttall
1909 - Alice Nuttall


... The A names ABBOTT to AYLWARD

... The B names BAER to BURTON

... The C names CALDER to CUNNINGHAM

... The D names DAILL to DUNSTALL

... The E names ECCLES to EVANSEN

... The F names FALCONER to FYFE

... The G names GAMMON to GUNTER

... The H names HAINES to HYNDES

... The I names ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN

... The J names JACOBI to JONES

... The K names KENNY to KUITI

... The L names LAMBERT to LYNN

... The M names MABERLY to MURRAY

... The N names NASH to NUTTALL

... The O names O'CONNOR to O'SULLIVAN

... The P names PALENSKY to PRIOR

... The R names RANKIN to RYAN

... The S names SARGISSON to SYKES

... The T names TACON to TWEEDDALE

... The V name VICARY

... The W names WALKER to WYSOCKI

... The Y name YOUNGHUSBAND

MABERLY to MURRAY Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

The people with the surname M who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
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MABERLY Joseph, 6 Feb 1905 aged 80
- buried Grave 55, Block F
- born 31 Oct 1825 in Brentford Middlesex
- Joseph was a carpenter
- married Annie Eliza WHITTON (1828-1899)

MacKAY Angus, 28 Dec 1909 aged 90
- buried Plot 16, Block I with Janet
- born in Nova Scotia, arriving in NZ 1865 (via 12 years in Melbourne)
- was living in High St, Dannevirke

MacKAY Bertha 19 June 1911 aged ? (child)
- buried Grave 29, Block H
- was living in Dannevirke

MacKAY Donald Alexander, 29 Sep 1888 aged 4 months
- buried Grave 20, Block I with parents
- son of Duncan & Helena Maria Mackay

MacKAY Duncan, 26 March 1908 aged 51
- buried Grave 19, Block I with wife Helena & infant son Donald
- born in Beuley, near Inverness, arriving in NZ about 1884
- was a storeowner living in Allardice St, Dannevirke
Wairarapa Daily Times, 30 March 1908 The funeral of the late Mr Duncan Mackay, which took place at Dannevirke last Friday, was attended by many old residents of town and district. Black drapings were hung on a number of business premises. The burial service was read by the Rev A. Grant

MacKAY Helena Maria, 21 April 1932 aged 77
- buried Grave 20, Block I with husband Duncan & infant son Donald
- was living in Wellington

MacKAY Janet 11 April 1911 aged 80
- buried Grave 16, Block I with Angus
- was living in Palmerston North

MAKI Takana I, 22 Nov 1902 aged 12
- buried unknown location

MAKU Rapaeu, 12 March 1905 aged 13
- buried unknown location

MALCOLM Johanna, 8 Feb 1910 aged 82
- buried Grave 35, Block H
- was living in Dublin St, Dannevirke

MANAHI ?, 28 July 1898 aged ?
- buried unknown location

MARSHALL Alfred, 29 Aug 1903 aged 2 weeks
- buried unknown location
son of Alfred James MARSHALL (1867-1944) & Agnes Bridget O'BRIEN (1870-1838)
(Alfred James snr was 1 of 16 children of James MARSHALL & Mary Ann MOSLEY)
- Alfred & Agnes had 17 children & are buried in Whakatane

MARSHALL David, 22 Aug 1907 aged 3 weeks
- buried Grave 18, Block F with brothers Frank & Leonard
- son of Alfred James MARSHALL & Agnes Bridget O'BRIEN

MARSHALL Frank Leslie, 17 May 1906 aged 10 months
- buried Grave 18, Block F with brothers David & Leonard
- son of Alfred James MARSHALL & Agnes Bridget O'BRIEN

MARSHALL Ellen Mosley, 18 June 1901 aged 7.10
- buried Grave 57, Block A
(database has Helen Mosley aged 6 - BDM has Ellen Moseley aged 7)
- born 15 Aug 1893 to Alfred James MARSHALL & Agnes Bridget O'BRIEN

MARSHALL Leonard, 5 March 1905 aged 8 months
- buried Grave 18, Block F with brothers David & Frank
- son of Alfred James MARSHALL & Agnes Bridget O'BRIEN

MARTIN Grace Emily, 15 Feb 1911 aged 1 day
- buried Grave 32, Block I
- lived in Dannevirke

MARTIN Majorie Lorraine, 2 June 1927 aged 11 months
- buried in Grave 75, Block J
cemetery database has 11 years
- lived in Barraud St, Dannevirke

MARTIN Violet Irving, 17 October 1910 aged 19 months
- buried Grave 88, Block J
- born 11 March 1909 to Thomas MARTIN & Helena Agnes WARREN
Thomas & Helena are buried in Taihape
- was living in Dannevirke

MATTHEWS Ronald Kerr 'Ronnie', 5 Jan 1911 aged 2.10
- buried Grave 83, Block K
- was living in Dannevirke
- twin son of Arthur Murray (1878-1953) & Catherine Agnes (1880-1944) MATTHEWS
the known children of ARTHUR & CATHERINE:
1908 - 1911 Ronald Kerr Matthews
1908 - 1967 Howard Edward Gray Matthews
1910 - 1926 Arthur Alan Seddon Matthews
1912 - 1984 Thelma Catherine Matthews (+Robert Henry Francis BRADY in 1932)

MAY Elizabeth Ann, 3 Sep 1914 aged 62
- buried Grave 59, Block D with husband Henry & son Henry
- possibly married Henry May (below) before emigration
- their known NZ children were:
1880 - Emma May
- married Alfred George LONDON (1877-) in 1902, a son of Peter LONDON & Martha TARRANT, a brother of Charles Edward London who married Maggie May (below)
1881 - Kate May (+David BISHOP in 1904)
1882 - 1901 Henry May (aged 18, below)
1883 - Maggie May
- married Charles Edward LONDON in 1905, a son of Peter LONDON & Martha TARRANT, a brother of Alfred George London who married Emma May (above)
1885 - Frank May (+Doris Wade PETHERICK in 1922)
1888 - Frederick Charles May

MAY Henry 'Harry', 2 Oct 1901 aged 18.7
- Buried in Grave 58, Block D with his parents
- born 23 May 1882 to Henry & Elizabeth Ann May
Bush Advocate, 5 October 1901 The remains of the late Mr Henry May, of Matahiwi, were interred in the Dannevirke cemetery this afternoon. The Rev E. Robertshawe conducted the burial service

MAY Henry, 23 Feb 1916 aged 66
- buried Grave 59, Block D with wife Elizabeth & son Henry
- husband of Elizabeth Ann (above)

McCONNOCHIE John Andrew, 18 Nov 1906 aged 9 months
- buried unknown location
- no records found on McConochie or McConnochie

McDONALD Robert, 23 Feb 1905 aged 24
- buried Grave 30, Block E
- killed accidentally at Mangatoro
Bush Advocate, 24 February 1905
... About nine o'clock last evening the sad news was brought to Dannevirke that a fatal accident had occurred on the Mangatoro Station, by which a young man named RObert McDonald had lost his life. The deceased was employed with a team in carting out posts from a paddock off the Mangahe Road, and as he did not arrive home at the usual hour, a search was made, when his lifeless body was found near the track. Some of the load had fallen off, and the horses with the dray were some distance away. The inquest was held at the Mangatoro station, the jury, without retiring, brought in a verdict that deceased accidentally fell off the dray and was crushed to death
... Funeral of the late R. McDonald will leave Mr A. Hill's residence, Millers Road, to-morrow, at 2 o'clock
... ODDFELLOWSHIP, M.U. - After the formal reception by the Mayor, the Provincial grand master adjourned the meeting for a quarter of an hour as a mark of respect to the memory of the late Bro. R. McDonald, a member of the Dannevirke Lodge

McDOWALL Salvador Andrew, 1 June 1899 aged 10 weeks
- buried unknown location
- his name incorrectly spelt McDowell on the database
- son of Andrew John McDOWALL (1871-1921, born in Taita) & Margaret 'Maggie' CORKERY who McDowalls were some of the earliest settlers of the Manawatu)
the known children of ANDREW & MAGGIE:
1896 - 1964 Vincent Joseph McDowall (buried Terrace End)
1897 - Alexandrina McDowall (named after Andrew's mother)
1899 - 1899 Salvador Andrew McDowall
1900 - 1988 Andrew Douglas McDowall
1901 - 1902 Pearl Ruth McDowall (aged 4 months)
1905 - unnamed McDowall (born still)
1906 - Ilenia Frances McDowall

McDOWALL unnamed, 28 July 1905 born still
- buried unknown location
- child of Andrew & Maggie

McDOWALL Pearl Ruth, 1 March 1902 aged 3 months
- buried unknown location
- daughter of Andrew John & Maggie McDowall (see above)

McFARLANE Margaret, 13 May 1909 aged 2 weeks
- buried Grave 30, Block J
- daughter of James & Jane Hessey McFARLANE
births & deaths for James & Jane family on BDM as MacFarlane & McFarlane

McINTOSH Angus 1906 aged 2 weeks
- buried Grave 27, Block C
- son of George & Catherine McINTOSH (possibly Katrice GROMABEK)
the known children of GEORGE & CATHERINE:
1894 - 1974 Samuel McIntosh
- married Mabel Elizabeth SARGENT in 1924
- farmed at Rua Roa, Dannevirke
- buried in Mangatera cemetery with wife Mabel (1894-1952)
1885 - 1964 Georgina Marian McIntosh
- didn't marry
- lived in Tipapakuku, buried Mangatera cemetery
1887 - John Sorensen/Lawrence? McIntosh
1889 - 1975 Alexander McIntosh
1890 -1928 Frederick Carl McIntosh
- lived in Tipapakuku, Dannevirke
- buried Mangatera Cemetery with John Lawrence McIntosh (1888-1957)
1892 - 1963 William Henry McIntosh
- William was a Driver in Dannevirke
- married Margaret Evelyn THOMSON in 1928
- buried in Mangatera cemetery with wife Margaret (1902-1982)
1895 - Catherine Ingam Maude McIntosh
- married Allan Ferrier WALKER 1923
1897 - Rose Emma McIntosh
1903 - 1999 Rita Wite McIntosh
- married George Phillip BRAY in 1933
1906 - 1906 Angus McIntosh

McINTYRE Albert William, 3 Oct 1898 aged 26 days
- buried unknown location
- son of Donald & Elizabeth McINTYRE
the known NZ born children of DONALD & ELIZABETH:
1894 - Florence Elizabeth McIntosh (+Sydney Thomas SMITH in 1915)
1896 - Evelyn May McIntosh (+John HEALD in 1920)
1897 - Charles Edward McIntosh (+Edith Annie FORSTER in 1919)
1898 - 1898 Albert William McIntyre
1900 - Richard John McIntosh (+Lila Myrtle May EVA in 1924 daughter of Minnie Ida EVA)
1901 - 1983 George Hope McIntosh

McKEARNEY Annie, 12 Aug 1907 aged 27
- buried Grave 18, Block E
- lived in Mangatera, Dannevirke
- daughter of Daniel (1845-1925) & Mary (1852-1917) McKEARNEY
Bush Advocate, 12 August 1907 McKEARNEY - On the 12th inst., at the Dannevirke Hospital, Annie, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs D. McKearney, of Dannevirke, aged 27 years
the known New Zealand born children of DANIEL & MARY:
1880 - 1907 Annie] McKearney
1883 - 1975 Daniel McKearney
1885 - 1957 James John McKearney (+Hermoine Cecelia Nathalie KNIGHT in 1923)
1887 - Catherine McKearney
1888 - 1974 Henry McKearney
- Henry was a Saddler
- he married Anastasia Mary PEDERSEN (1892-1975) in 1919
- Henry and Anastasia are buried together in Mangatera Cemetery
(Daniel & Mary are buried together in Mangatera Cemetery)

McKENZIE Mary, 7 March 1910 aged 5.10
- buried Grave 55, Block K with her father
- born 23 May 1904 to Roderick & Elizabeth McKENZIE

McKENZIE Murdoch, 13 Aug 1907 aged 64
- buried Grave 93, Block G
- buried Plot 93, Block G

McKENZIE Roderick, 7 July 1926 aged 73
- buried Grave 55, Block K with daughter Mary
- he was a Carrier/Farmer in Mangatoro Valley, Dannevirke
- in 1905 he was told he must reside on his holding, section 3, block 9, Managatoro settlement
- on the 26 June 1907 his 6th daughter, Annie May McKenzie married Charles Walker of Umutaoroa
- in 1908 Roderick, former Carrier, was living in Weber

McLEAN Donald, 6 Oct 1936 aged 90
- buried Grave 66, Block K with Mary Ann
- birth date of about 1846, possible husband of Mary Ann below
- was living in Waipatiki, Dannevirke

McLEAN Mary Ann 1914 aged 66
- buried Grave 66, Block K with Donald
- birth date of about 1848, possible wife of Donald above
- buried Plot 66, Block K

McLEAN Mary Ann, 28 June 1910 aged 23
- buried Grave 65, Block K with Donald & Mary Ann (above)
- Mary was not married, she was living in Waipatiki, Dannevirke
(possible granddaughter ?)

McLEAN unnamed baby, 8 Aug 1914 aged ?
- buried Grave 66, Block K with those above

McLENNAN Alexandrina 'Ena', 6 Oct 1904 aged 8
- buried Grave 63, Block E
- daughter of John McLENNAN & Margaret (possbly GRAVES)
Bush Advocate, 6 October 1904 A distressing fatal accident occurred this morning, about 8.15, by which the life of a bright little girl was instantly terminated. It appears that the deceased, Enna McLenna, aged 8 years, whose parents reside at Tepapakuku, was coming in to school, and it is supposed that while trying to put a book in a box attached to the trolley bringing in timber from the Tiratu mill, she fell, with the result that the wheel passed over her neck. The driver, Jack Stanridge, immediately brought the team to a standstill, and sent for aid. Dr Reid Mackay promptly answered the call, but was, of course, unable to afford any assistance, death having been instantaneous. It appears that the child usually rode on the trolley, but this morning expressed a wish to walk. The deceased's father is employed at the Tamaki mills and much sympathy is expressed for the parents in their sad bereavement. An inquest will be held to-morrow
the known children of JOHN & MARGARET:
1892 - 1950 Anne Jane McLennan (+Alexander PEACOCK in 1909)
1895 - 1968 Thomas Franklin McLennan (+Ethel Isobel LEE in 1921)
1896 - 1904 Alexandrina McLennan

McNAMARA Louisa, 12 Nov 1904 agd 31
- buried Grave 35, Block E

McPHERSON Agnes Drew (nee CHALMERS), 8 Dec 1925 aged 70
- buried Grave 59, Block F with 10 year old son John (below)
- was living in Albert St, Dannevirke
- Agnes married James McPherson 29 July 1884
Hawkes Bay Herald, 31 July 1884 McPHERSON-CHALMERS - At the Manse, Waipukurau, on the 29th July, by the Rev. Alexander Grant, Presbyterian minister, James McPherson, Dannevirke (formerly of Strathspey, Scotland) to Agnes Drew, elder daughter of John Chalmers (formerly of Linithgowshire, Scotland)

McPHERSON James, 5 Oct 1926 aged 82
- James was a Butcher
- he married Agnes Drew Chalmers in 1884
- he lived in Albert St, Dannevirke
- buried Grave 74, Block F with daughters Agnes Elizabeth (Clark) & Jessie

McPHERSON Jessie Robertson, 24 May 1976 aged 84
- born 8 Aug 1892 to James McPHERSON & Agnes Drew CHALMERS
- buried Grave 75, Block F with father & sister Agnes Elizabeth Clark

McPHERSON John Chalmers, 21 Dec 1904 aged 10.10
- buried Grave 58, Block F with his mother
- born 16 Feb 1894 in Dannevirke to James McPHERSON & Agnes Drew CHALMERS
John was accidently shot at Mangatera

MELDRUM John, 21 Aug 1912 aged 23
- buried Grave 45, Block F
- John was a Driver
- he was living in Dannevirke
- born 12 June 1889 to James Shepherd MELDRUM (1853-) & Hannah Elizabeth RALPH (1857-1933) who married in Invercargill 2 April 1875. James was 22 & Hannah was 18. James may have gone to Australia after 1896. Hannah stayed in NZ
the known children of JAMES & HANNAH:
1876 - 1944 Mary Elizabeth Meldrum (+James Smith VIAL in 1899)
1877 - 1919 Robert James Meldrum (+Katherine CROSSLEY in 1905)
1879 - 1944 Lucy Ann Meldrum (+Alfred John SUDDEN in 1900)
1881 - Rodger John Meldrum (+Sarah Elizabeth BIRCHALL in 1908)
1883 - James William Francis Meldrum (+Nina May KELLY in 1911)
1886 - 1946 George Meldrum (+Mary Janet MARTIN in 1913, died Te Awamutu)
1888 - 1888 unnamed baby Meldrum
1889 - 1912 John Meldrum
1895 - Hannah Harriet Meldrum (+Llewellyn Bernard DAVIS in 1913)

MELVILLE Henry Charles, 15 March 1898 aged 14 days
- buried unknown location
- son of Charles MELVILLE & Annie Catherine
- brother of Percival Hugh John Melville (below)
- Charles & Annie also had a daughter, Gladys Edna Latona Melville in 1901

MELVILLE Percival Hugh John, 20 Oct 1898 aged 21 months
- buried unknown location
- cemetery database has aged 14 months, BDM has 20 months
- born 20 Jan 1896 to Charles MELVILLE & Annie Katherne HEIGH
- brother of Henry Charles Melville (above)

MEREDITH Annie, 4 Dec 1925 aged 65
- buried Grave 82, Block A with husband James
- Annie was living in Woodville

MEREDITH James Shepherd, 16 Oct 1903 aged 47
- buried Grave 81, Block A with wife Annie

MEREDITH Kirstine Marie, 13 April 1979 aged 86
- buried Grave 24, Block E with Kirstine Lauridsen (1855-1935)
- wife of Edgar Meredith

METCALFE Ellen, 28 Oct 1905 aged 23 hours
- buried Grave 77, Block F
- parents unknown at this time

MEXTED Basil Stephen Anders, 15 Aug 1911 aged 4 months
- buried Grave 56, Block H with Jessie & Rita
- son of Stephen Henry MEXTED & Adelaide/Adela Henrietta OLSEN
- lived in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke
- buried Plot 56, Block H

MEXTED Jessie Christabel Nancy, 30 Nov 1910 aged 5 months
- buried Grave 56, Block H with Basil & Rita
- daughter of Stephen Henry MEXTED & Adela Henrietta OLSEN
- lived in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke

MEXTED Rita Christina, 2 Nov 1916 aged 18 months
- buried Grave 56, Block H with Basil & Jessie
- possible daughter of Stephen Henry MEXTED & Adela Henrietta OLSEN
- lived in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke

MIDDLEDITCH Robert Charles Black, 8 July 1905 aged 1 day
- buried Grave 63, Block F
- son of Archibald John MIDDLEDITCH & Ada NANKERVIS
John & Ada married in Dannevirke
Auckland Star, 14 June 1904 MIDDLEDITCH-NANKERVIS - On June 2nd, 1904, at Dannevirke by the Rev A. Grant, Archibald John, 5th eldest son of John Middleditch of Kurow, Oamaru, to Ada, eldest daughter of the late Henry C. Nankervis, of Auckland

MILLER Rose 'Rosie' (nee CARMICHAEL), 27 Aug 1888 aged 47
- buried Grave 43, Block D with husband Thomas
- married Thomas Miller in 1867
- one of their sons, John Miller (1878-), married Alice Mary Mexted in Umutaoroa in 1901, a granddaughter of George MEXTED & Elizabeth WILMSHURST

MILLER Thomas, 23 April 1910 aged 65
- buried Grave 42, Block D with wife Rosie
- Thomas was a contractor. He lived in Ruahine St, Dannevirke

MILLETT Alice, 29 July 1900 aged 11
- buried Grave 79, Block B
- lived in Dannevirke
possibly a daughter of Henry MILLETT & Angelina MUNDY (buried Mangatera)

MILLS Jane Eliza (nee CRALLAN), 30 March 1944 aged 77
- buried Grave 32, Block F with husband Thomas
- lived in Havelock North

MILLS Thomas Mander, 11 Jan 1945 aged 77
- buried Grave 33, Block F with wife Jane
- lived in Dannevirke
- married Jane Eliza Crallan (above) in 1894
the known children of THOMAS & JANE:
1895 - Kenneth Mander Mills (+Rachel MacDairmid WHITE in 1922)
1900 - Edna Elizabeth Mills
1906 - 1971 Clifford Crallan Mills

MOELLER Arnold Thomas 25 July 1904 aged 6 days
database ha Moller
(BDM has aged 2 days)
- buried Grave 77, Block C with twin brother Harry
- son of Herr Harvey 'Harry' (1867-1926) & Lillian 'Lily' (1878-1910) MOELLER
possible that Frank Moeller (1857-1919) who had the Masonic Hotel in Napier was related to Harry. Frank's parents were Philip Moeller (& Elizabeth) who had the Empire Hotel in Wellington. Frank's wife was a grand niece of Jean Baptiste Jourdan

MOELLER Harvey 'Harry' 21 July 1904 aged 48 hours
database has Moller
- buried Grave 77, Block C with twin brother Arnold
- son of Harvey & Lillian MOELLER
NOTE Harvey & Lily also had 2 daughters
1899 - Dorothy Ivy May Moeller (Standard I North School in 1906)
1903 - Elsie Florence Moeller

MISSEN Jane (nee CURRY) 10 Dec 1898 aged 58
- buried unknown location
- married Bateman Thomas Missen (1833-1893) in 1865
the known children of BATEMAN & JANE:
1865 - Bateman Thomas Missen
1866 - John Henry Missen
1868 - 1917 David Curry Missen, killed in action
1871 - Alfred Edward Missen
1873 - Mary Margaret Missen
1875 - Edith Jane Missen
1878 - Eva Annie Missen

MOIR James, 26 Feb 1907 aged 45
- buried Grave 56, Block G
- James was a Blacksmith at Mangatoro
- possibly born in Auckland to Henry & Eliza Moir
Bush Advocate, 6 February 1907
... Messrs Laurie and Vining, recent arrivals from the South, have taken over the blacksmithing business at Mangatoro formerly carried on by Mr Moir. The new firm are competent tradesmen, and confidently ask for a share of public partronage
Bush Advocate, 26 February 1907
... MOIR - At Dannevirke, on February 26th, James Moir, aged 45
... We regret to have to record the death of Mr James Moir, which occurred at his residence, Gordon-street, early yesterday morning, as the result of cancer. Mr Moir has been a resident of Dannevirke for the past two years, and for some time he has been carrying on a blacksmithing business at Mangatoro, where he was building up a good connection. He leaves a widow and five children who will have the sympathy of the community in their bereavement

MOLLOY Thomas Joseph, 23 March 1908 aged 17
HISTORICAL RECORD ONLY - He was conveyed by rail to Te Kopuru
Wairarapa Daily Times, 30 March 1908 Mr T. J. Molloy, who had only recently been appointed on the Dannevirke Post Office, died on Thursday from meningitis, after a fortnight's illness in the Hospital. His remains are to be removed to Te Kopuru, North Auckland, where his parents reside
- born 10 July 1890 to James Joseph MOLLOY & Agnes MITCHELL
(database has born 1881)
the children of JAMES & AGNES:
1888 - William Molloy
1890 - 1908 Thomas Joseph Molloy
1892 - 1892 Joseph George Molloy (aged 6 months)
1894 - 1922 Bernard James Molloy (buried Mt Wesley, Dargaville)

MONK Alice Elizabeth (nee GALLOWAY), 1 Aug 1901 aged 29
- buried Grave 55, Block A
- married Alfred George Monk (1866-1953) in 1894
their known children:
1894 - 1918 John Leslie Monk killed at Gallipoli
1896 - 1960 Vera Ella Monk (+ Edward James STAFFORD in 1919)
1900 - 1994 Allan Vincent Galloway?
(BDM has Allan's birth & death as Galloway not Monk)
Bush Advocate, 3 August 1901
... Great regret is felt at the death of Mrs Monk, at Maharahara. Three weeks ago
(12 July) her house was burned down in the night. Mrs Monk got her baby out and returned and saved the other two children form a burning bed. She was terribly injured about the face and body, and though she received constant attention the burns resulted fatally. Her life truly sacrificed in saving her children
... The funeral of the late Mrs Monk took place this afternoon at the Dannevirke cemetery. There was a very large number of vehicles in the procession, almost every settler in the Maharahara district being present as a mark of respect to the deceased, who met her death under such sad circumstances
Bush Advocate, 8 August 1901 The amount received at this office, 4 4s 6d, in connection with the fire at Maharahara which resulted in the death of Mrs Monk, was to-day handed to Mr Monk, and will be expended on a headstone on which some account of the circumstances of the death of deceased will be engraved. In another column, Mr Monk, Mrs and Mrs Galloway, and the brothers and relatives of deceased, thank their friends at Maharahara and Dannevirke for acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy

MONK Theodora Lucy 'Dora', 17 Aug 1893 aged 11 months
- buried Grave 6, Block B
- 2nd of 8 children of David William MONK & Harriett Rose PETERS

MONTEITH Gwendoline Florence, 2 July 1908 aged 15 months
- buried Grave 8, Block H
- lived in Allardice St, Dannevirke
- Gwendoline was born 12 April 1907 to Henry Alexander Lamont MONTEITH & Mary GREGORY. This means her death age was 15 months, database has her as 15 years

MOORE Amelia Elizabeth (nee HART), 27 May 1905 aged 77
- buried Grave 62, Block F
- Amelia married Henry Moore (1816-1895) as his 3rd wife in Wellington 1860
(Henry had at least 17 children. He died in Petone 24 June 1895 aged 79)
their known children:
1861 - 1898? James Ryder Moore (+Helena Maria STEFFERT? in 1882)
1862 - 1922 Eliza Amelia Moore (+Joseph James HIBBEND in 1884)
1863 - 1918 Emma Rose Moore (+Alexander William McINTOSH in 1881)
1865 - 1953 Arthur George Moore (born Lower Hutt)
1867 - 1930 Walter Frank Moore
Bush Advocate, 29 May 1905 The funeral of the late Amelia Moore will leave her late residence, Miller's Road, to-morrow, at 3 p.m.

MORAN Annie (nee CHRISTIANSEN), 9 Feb 1939 aged 70
- buried Grave 85, Block A with her son Archie (below)
- married Joseph Moran in 1886
- lived in York St, Dannevirke
the children of JOSEPH & ANNIE:
1887 - Julia Moran
1890 - 1932 Joseph William Moran
1893 - 1918 George Stanley Moran .Private 10/2245 died aged 25 during the Flu Pandemic after discharge from the NZEF. Mother was then living in Matamau. He is buried Mangatera
1894 - 1980 Ellen Moran (+Holger Christian JARLOV in 1915)
1897 - May Moran (+Henry James FELL in 1915)
1898 - John Bernard Lawrence Moran (+Hilda BEATTY IN 1917)
1901 - Gladys Moran (+George Douglas GRANT in 1927)
1902 - Archie Louis Leonard Moran
1905 - Alexander Moran
1907 - Ivy Hazel Moran

MORAN Archie Louis Leonard 1903 aged 11 months
- buried Grave 85, Block A with his mother Annie (above)
- son of Joseph MORAN & Annie CHRISTIANSEN

MORGAN Ernest Albert, 26 Dec 1906 aged 19
- buried Grave 61, Block G
- a son of William & Mary Ann MORGAN
- He was accidentally killed Boxing Day
Bush Advocate, 27 December 1906 The sad intelligence was brought into town yesterday morning that a young man named Ernest Morgan, aged 19, had met his death near Mr Pawson's, on the Glengarry road, through being thrown from his bicycle while descending the hill. No one was with deceased at the time of the accident, but from what we can gather deceased has been in Mr Armstrong's employment at Glengarry for about six weeks as gardener. He had arranged with his brother-in-law (Mr Jonathan, of Stanley-street), to go with him and Mrs Jonathan to the Friendly Societies' picnic at Oringi yesterday morning, and left Glengarry about 9 o'clock for that purpose. He was seen to go over the brow of the hill by Mr Beaman (another Glengarry employee) riding his bicycle at rather a fast pace. This was the last seen of him alive, and nothing further was heard of him till Mr Matthew Shaw found his body lying on the road, as he was riding into town at about 10 o'clock. From the indications on the road it is surmised that as deceased descended the hill his bicycle - which was a free wheel, with only one brake - took charge of him. After he had gone some distance he ran into the watertable and travelled down it for about 12 or 14 yards. He then appears to have struck a rata root, which was projecting from the bank. The impact, which must have been exceedingly violent, had the effect of throwing deceased some ten yards down the road, and the bicycle traveled some distance further, but from the fact that there was no evidence that deceased had moved after he fell it is surmised that death was instantaneous

MORGAN Sarah Jane (nee ADAMS), 22 Feb 1911 aged 38
- buried Grave 51, Block A
- married William John Morgan in 1891
the known children of WILLIAM & SARAH:
1892 - Grace Emma Morgan (+)
1894 - Henry James Morgan
1896 - Samuel John Edmond Morgan
1905 - Arthur Richard Morgan

MORRISON Celia Ann, 5 July 1909 aged 59
HISTORICAL RECORD only. Conveyed to Makotuku

MOYES Dorothea Marianna (nee FIECKEN), 24 May 1944 aged 55
- buried Grave 45, Block B
- married John Moyes in 1918
- lived in Mercery Bay
HEADSTONE READS:
In loving memory of Marianne, beloved wife of Frederick Fiecken
...Died 31st March 1945, aged 86 years
Also Christian George, son of the above
...Died 6th May 1913, aged 20 years
And Dorathea Marianne, daughter of the above and beloved wife of John Moyes
...Died 24th May 1994, aged 55 years
Also Frederick, beloved husband of Marianne Fiecken
...Died 19th June 1947, aged 88 years

MOYNIHAN Humphrey, 11 Aug 1916 aged 58
- born Kerry, Eire, Munster, Ireland to Timothy MYNIHAN & Honora O'LEARY
- married Mary Whelan in Hastings 6 May 1897
- buried Grave 38, Block J with wife Mary

MOYNIHAN Mary, 8 Aug 1909 aged 42
- buried Grave 37, Block J with husband Humphrey
- born in Waterford, Munster, Ireland to Denis WHELAN & Margaret HEALEY
- was living in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke
the known children of HUMPHREY & MARY:
1898 - 1980 Timothy Joseph Moynihan (+Ivy Cecille SCHOLES in 1925)
1901 - 1963 Norah Agnes Moyniham

MUIR Herbert Claude, 12 Sep 1910 aged 8 months
- buried Grave 16, Block J
- was living in Oringi, Dannevirke
- son of James MUIR & Helen Ogilvie SMITH

MURDOCK Thomas Shaw, 15 Aug 1911 aged 52
- buried Grave 73, Block K
database has Thomas Murdoch
- Thomas was born 1855 (making him 56) in Barnamaghery, County Down, Ireland, to Hugh MURDOCK & Mary SHAW. He didn't marry and left 14 acres of freehold land to two nephews, Samuel & Hugh William Murdock of County Down, sons of his brother Hugh Murdock (1850-)
Dominion, 9 February 1912 PUBLIC TRUST BUSINESS
... On the motion of Mr J. W. Macdonald, the Supreme Court has granted to the Public Trust probate of the wills of the undermentioned deceased person:-
Thomas Shaw Murdock, also known as Thomas Murdock, late of Dannevirke, shepherd

MURPHY Violet Rosetta, 13 Oct 1898 aged 5 months
- buried unknown location
- daughter of Rosetta Mary Murphy who (possibly) married Cecil Harry GILLILAND the following year

MURPHY Ellen, 8 March 1918 aged 28
- buried Grave 59, Block J
- was living in Piri Piri Rd, Dannevirke
- daughter of Dennis & Matilda MURPHY
- sister of Norah (below)
- the children of Dennis & Matilda were:
1890 - Ellen Murphy
1891 - Emily Mary Murphy
1893 - John Dennis Murphy
1894 - Michael Joseph Alexander Murphy
1897 - Norah Matilda Murphy
1900 - Patrick James Murphy
1901 - Dennis Martin Murphy
1903 - Margaret Elizabeth Murphy
1906 - Kathleen Annie Murphy

MURPHY Norah Matilda, 5 March 1909 aged 11
- buried Grave 58, Block J
- lived in Christian St, Dannevirke
- daughter of Dennis & Matilda MURPHY
- sister of Ellen (above)

MURPHY Winifred, 4 Aug 1929 aged 92
- buried Grave 28, Block I
- lived in James St, Dannevirke

MURRAY Illena, 12 Aug 1899 aged 4 months
- buried unknown location
Bush Advocate, 15 August 1899 The remains of the infant daughter of Mr W. Murray, Maharahara, were interred at Dannevirke cemetery yesterday afternoon. Rev Father McKenna, of Pahiatua, conducted the burial service, and there was a large attendance of Maharahara residents

MURRAY James, 29 Aug 1907 aged 70
- buried Grave 91, Block G
Bush Advocate, 30 August 1907
MURRAY - At Umutaoroa on 29th inst., James Murray, beloved father of Mrs John Wiseman; aged 70 [Southland papers please copy]
his daughter Christianna (1864-1918) married John Wiseman in 1884

... The A names ABBOTT to AYLWARD

... The B names BAER to BURTON

... The C names CALDER to CUNNINGHAM

... The D names DAILL to DUNSTALL

... The E names ECCLES to EVANSEN

... The F names FALCONER to FYFE

... The G names GAMMON to GUNTER

... The H names HAINES to HYNDES

... The I names ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN

... The J names JACOBI to JONES

... The K names KENNY to KUITI

... The L names LAMBERT to LYNN

... The M names MABERLY to MURRAY

... The N names NASH to NUTTALL

... The O names O'CONNOR to O'SULLIVAN

... The P names PALENSKY to PRIOR

... The R names RANKIN to RYAN

... The S names SARGISSON to SYKES

... The T names TACON to TWEEDDALE

... The V name VICARY

... The W names WALKER to WYSOCKI

... The Y name YOUNGHUSBAND

KENNY to KUITI Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

The people with the surname K who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
indicates a link to a profile

KENNY Dolly, 13 May 1908 aged 24 hours
- buried Grave 20, Block J with brother Thomas (below)
- daughter of John & Mary Kenny of Laws Rd, Tamaki, Dannevirke

KENNY Thomas, 7 June 1909 aged 31 hours
- buried Grave 20, Block J with sister Dolly (above)
- son of John & Mary Kenny

KEYS David, 2 March 1910 aged 53
- buried Grave 89, Block J with wife Eleonore
- David was a School Master & lived in Allardice St, Dannevirke
Manawatu Standard, 3 October 1910 DECEASED PERSONS ESTATE
During September the estates of 226 deceased person were certified by the Commissioner of Stamps.
... & David Keys 421 (2010 equivalent of $93,110)

KEYS Eleonore (nee TEYCHENNE), (1860-)
Eleonore is on the database as Keys because the headstone reads: David and Elenore Keys. "Their lives were rich in love" so she (or her ashes) may have been interred with him but she died as Simmons
(Arthur Thomas Simmons first married Mary Elizabeth Steele in 1899 and had 4 children, some born in Picton)

- buried Grave 90, Block J with first husband David
Eleonore next married Arthur Thomas SIMMONS in Wanganui in 1918
NOTES
- Eleonore was born in Birmingham. Her father was French (original name spelling was Duchenne). Her parents & 11 children did a world cruise ending in Brisbane in 1876. Eleonore married David Keys in 1878 in England and they left shortly afterwards for New Zealand. Some of her family also buried in NZ
Eleonore & David lived first in Napier then Dunedin, Paeroa & probably other towns as David was a School Master
the known children of DAVID & ELEONORE
1880 - 1942 Lilian Marie Keys (+Hector Angus ROSS in 1912)
1881 - 1965 Nellie Maud Keys (+Charles Alfred HERBERT in 1905)
1882 - George Vincent Keys
1884 - Matilda/Mathilde Keys (+Harry ROBSON in 1911)
1885 - Adah Ethel Keys (+ HUNTER, moved to Australia)
1887 - Violet Mary Keys (+Ronald Robert STEWART in 1913)
1890 - 1955 William David Keys when William served in WWI (1917) his mother was next of kin in Papatawa, Hawkes Bay. William is buried Waikumete
in 1890 they were in Caversham, Dunedin
in 1902 their address was Queen's Drive, St Kilda, Dunedin
in 1916 Eleanor and her son William David were in Waitotara, Wanganui
Dominion, 27 May 1916 DISCHARGED SOLDERS SECTIONS
The monthly meeting of the Wellington Land Board was concluded yesterday, when most of the business transacted concerned applications for land by discharged soldiers. It was resolved to grant the requests in each of the following cases:-
William David Keys and Eleanor Keys applied to transfer Section 13, Blocks I and V, Nukumaru, to R. J. Sewell, J. T. Crawshaw, and Jens Larsen Bonde. This section was declared forfeited at last meeting of the board for non-payment of rent. Rent has now been paid up and the following resolution was carried: "Subject to J. L. Bonde's name being deleted, a proof of his rejectment for military service being supplied, this transfer be approved". It was also resolved that the resolution of April 27, 1816, forfeiting the lease be rescinded

KNIGHT Arthur Cowper, 2 Sep 1904 aged 55
- buried unknown location
- born Ashorne Hill, Warwickshire to Augusta & William Knight (below). Also brother of Francis John, below
Bush Advocate, 2 September 190 KNIGHT - In loving memory of Arthur Cowper Knight, who passed away on 2nd September, 1904
...Three years to-day since you passed away,
...And friends around think of you nor more;
...But your memory won't fade from my thoughts like a dream,
...And my lips need not speak when my heart mourns for thee.
Inserted by Escott Summarsell

KNIGHT Arthur Bower, 26 July 1934 aged 50
- buried Grave 64, Block D with wife Barbara & son Marcus
- born 27 May 1884 to William Frederick KNIGHT & Clara Wardley BROWN
- Arthur was a farmer in Dannevirke

KNIGHT Augusta (nee SMART), 28 Nov 1899 aged 77
- buried Grave 68, Block D
- daughter of Benjamin Smart of Rockmills, Emscott Warwick, England
- married William Knight 17 June 1846 at Milverton, Warwickshire

KNIGHT Barbara Adelaide (nee HINDMARSH), 25 May 1951 aged 64
- buried Grave 64, Block D with husband Arthur & son Marcus
- married Arthur Bower Knight in 1910

KNIGHT Clara Wardley (nee BROWN), 8 Aug 1948 aged 89
- buried Grave 66, Block D
- she married William Frederick Knight in 1882
the children of WILLIAM & CLARA:
1883 - Freda Knight
1884 - Arthur Bower Knight married Barbara Adelaide HINDMARSH 1910
- Barbara was a sister of Agnes who married Wilfred Knight
1886 - Clara Olive Knight
1890 - Wilfred Eric Knight married Agnes Jean HINDMARSH 1915
- sister of Barbara Adelaide Hindmarsh who married Arthur Knight
- daughter of John HINDMARSH & Charlotte Adelaide CARTER
- the children of JOHN & CHARLOTTE:
...1883 John St John Hindmarsh (+Shiela Westwood McLEOD 1919)
...1885 Annie Madeline Hindmarsh (+George Arthur BROAD 1905)
...1886 Dorothy Kate Hindmarsh (+Andrew Richmond SCLANDERS 1913)
...1887 Adelaide Barbara Hindmarsh (+Arthur Bower Knight 1910)
...1889 Marjorie Frances Hindmarsh (+Hutton Ewan TROUTBECK 1929)
...1890 Cecily Mary Hindmarsh (+Vivian Walter COX 1920)
...1893 Norah Marion Hindmarsh
...1894 Agnes Jean Hindmarsh (+Wilfred Eric Knight 1915)
...1896 Elinor Octavia Hindmarsh (+Angus DODS 1920)
...1898 Adrian Frederick Hindmarsh (+Eveline Lorna CATO 1924)
...1899 Phyllis Mary Hope Hindmarsh (+George William HUNT 1926)
...1900 -1958 Harry Smith Hindmarsh
...1902 George Morris Hindmarsh

KNIGHT Francis John, 24 Aug 1922 aged 70
- buried Grave 67, Block D
- born 4 Aug 1852 at Ashorne Hill (large Country House) Warwickshire, England, he lived in Rawhiti St, Dannevirke
- son of William & Augusta Knight

KNIGHT James, 20 Sep 1899 aged 66
- buried unknown location

KNIGHT Marcus William Bower, 24 March 1993 aged 76
- buried Grave 64, Block D with parents Arthur & Barbara
- he was an Air Force Personnel
- was living in 6 Kapua Place, Taupo

KNIGHT Thomas Alfred, 19 Sep 1909 aged 2 wees
- buried Grave 38, Block K
- son of Edward John KNIGHT & Mary Jane ALDING

KNIGHT William Frederick, 28 April 1920 aged 72
- buried Grave 65, Block D
- William was a farmer in Tahoraiti, Dannevirke
- son of William Knight & Augusta Smart (also buried here)
- husband of Clara Wardly (nee Brown above) married 1882
- early settler, saw miller in the area. Died in Rotorua

KNIGHT William, 24 Sep 1907 aged 83
- buried Grave 68, Block D??
(not on cemetery database)
- husband of Augusta (above)
Bush Advocate, 24 September 1907 KNIGHT - On the 24th inst., at his residence, Rawhiti street, William Knight, aged 83 years
We regret to have to record the death of Mr William Knight, which occurred at his residence, Rawhiti street, to-day. The deceased had attained the great age of 83 and though his health had been failing very much of late, the end came somewhat unexpectedly. The late Mr Knight was a native of Warwickshire, having been born at Old Milverton, and about 40 years ago he arrived in the colony with his wife and family of young children. After spending some time on the Auckland goldfields, the late Mr Knight, who came from a family of yeoman, settled down to farming pursuits at Mangateretere, near Clive, where he remained for many years. In 1893 he took up his residence at Dannevirke, so as to be near his sons and daughters, and here he remained until his death. The late Mr Knight was a man of sturdy, upright character, and held in the highest respect by all with whom he was brought into contact. His wife predeceased him some eight years ago, and he is survived by two daughters:-
* Mrs E. Robertshawe, of Dannevirke daughter Augusta (1853-1937) married Rev Edward Robertshawe (1857-1917)
* Mrs Branting, of Christchurch daughter Ellen Theresa married Carl Gustaf Teodor Branting in 1886
and by four sons, viz.,
* Mr W. F. Knight of Tahoraite William Frederick (1847-1920)
* F. J. Francis John (1852-1922) and H. D. Herbert Douglas (1859-1933) Knight of Dannevirke
* Mr B. L. Knight of Utiku Benjamin Leonard (1856-1942)
These will all have the deep sympathy of many friends in their bereavement. The funeral will take place on Thursday
Bush Advocate, 26 September 1907 The funeral of the late Mr William Knight was held this afternoon, at the early hour of 1.30, when despite the inclement weather, a number of settlers from norther Hawke's Bay, as well as the many friends of the family in the immediate district, were present. The funeral service was read by the Rev E. Robertshawe. A large number of wreaths and floral emblems were forwarded by sympathising friends

KOHLER Frederick, 21 Sep 1902 aged 52
- buried Grave 7, Block C

KRUIKS ? (boy) 10 Dec 1898 aged ?
- buried unknown section

KRUIKS ? (boy) 20 Dec 1898 aged ?
- buried unknown section

KUITI ?, 19 Jan 1899 aged ?
- buried unknown section


... The A names ABBOTT to AYLWARD

... The B names BAER to BURTON

... The C names CALDER to CUNNINGHAM

... The D names DAILL to DUNSTALL

... The E names ECCLES to EVANSEN

... The F names FALCONER to FYFE

... The G names GAMMON to GUNTER

... The H names HAINES to HYNDES

... The I names ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN

... The J names JACOBI to JONES

... The K names KENNY to KUITI

... The L names LAMBERT to LYNN

... The M names MABERLY to MURRAY

... The N names NASH to NUTTALL

... The O names O'CONNOR to O'SULLIVAN

... The P names PALENSKY to PRIOR

... The R names RANKIN to RYAN

... The S names SARGISSON to SYKES

... The T names TACON to TWEEDDALE

... The V name VICARY

... The W names WALKER to WYSOCKI

... The Y name YOUNGHUSBAND

JACOBI to JONES Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

The people with the surname J who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
indicates a link to a profile

JACOBI Mabel Alice (nee COBB), 18 March 1903 aged 23
- buried unknown location
- married Alfred Jacobi, an ironmonger, in 1902
- In 1899 Alfred won Section 6, 241 acres, in Dannevirke in the Land Ballot. In 1911 his estate was valued for Stamp Duty at 711 (a 2010 equivalent of $105,187)
- daughter Cecilia Mabel Jacobi was born 13 Feb 1903, died 1918 aged 15
- Mabel died 5 weeks after Cecilia's birth
- Alfred died 7 years later in 1910 aged 38. His probate was in Dannevirke but his burial not found

JACOBSEN Charles Jonathan, 3 Oct 1901 aged 3.5
- buried Grave 22, Block D with Isabella
Bush Advocate, 7 October 1901The funeral of the late son of Mr Jacobseb, of Maharahara, took place yesterday, his remains being interred in the Dannevirke cemetery. The funeral was attended by a number of friends of deceased's relatives. Messrs Anderson and Son conducted the funeral

JEFFERY Alfred, 8 May 1899 aged 7 weeks
- buried Grave 84, Block B
- son of Edward & Edith Elizabeth JEFFERY
the known children of EDWARD & EDITH:
1894 - Edward Gordon Jeffery
1895 - Ganey Jeffery
1899 - 1899 Alfred Jeffery
1900 - 1952 Henry Richard Jeffery (+Elsie Helen PRIMROSE in 1921)
1901 - Nelly Jeffery
1903 - 1904 Harold Jeffery

JEFFERY Harold, 29 Feb 1904 aged 8 months
- buried unknown location
- son of Edward & Edith (above)

JENSEN Christian 19 Aug 1906 aged 82
NOT AT SETTLERS
- buried Plot A, Pioneer at Norsewood with wife Cydine Christina (nee Mortensen)
Bush Advocate, 20 August 1906 JENSEN - On 19th inst., at Norsewood, Christian Jensen, aged 82 years. The funeral of the late Christian Jensen will leave his residence on the Ormondville-Norsewood road, at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, for the Norsewood cemetery
Bush Advocate, 24 August 1906 The funeral of the late Mr Christian Jensen took place at Norsewood on Wednesday, at which a very large gathering of sorrowing relatives and friends were present. The first part of the service was conducted at the late residence of deceased by Paston Petersen. After the hymn, "Who knows how near my life's expended?" was sung, the coffin, which was covered with beautiful floral tributes of love and esteem, was borne to the hearse by Messrs N. Nikolaisen, W. Berkahn, W. Jensen and A. Jensen and the sad procession proceeded to the cemetery, where Pastor Petersen concluded the service, preaching from the texts: "We all do fade as a leaf" and "Verily, verily, Isay unto you, if a man keeps my saying, he shall never see death." Very heartfelt sympathy is expressed for the family in their sad bereavement

JENSEN Anne Marie 'May' 1906 aged 5.0
NOT AT SETTLERS Cemetery. Database has 5.75 weeks, she was 5 years 9 months and is buried Grave 13, Block E at Matamau
Bush Advocate, 27 December 1906 JENSEN - On 26th December, at Matamau, Anne Marie, dearly beloved and only daughter of J. and A. Jensen, aged 5 years and 9 months
- daughter of Jens Anton JENSEN & Ada Barrow NICOLL
the known children of JENS & ADA:
1900 - 1984 Hans Anton Jensen (+Margaret Winifred JENSEN in 1926)
1901 - 1906 Anne Marie Jensen
1905 - Harold Herbert Jensen
1907 - 1932 Victor Norman Jensen
1910 - 1975 Laurence Basil Jensen

JENSEN Franz 'Frank', 6 Feb 1907 aged 26
- buried Grave 26, Block E
- worked on Mangatoro Station
Bush Advocate, 16 February 1907 Recently, there died at Dannevirke a young Dane named Frank Jensen. The deceased was employed on the Mangatoro station, where he was very popular, and his fellow employees and a few friends, as a mark of respect, have contributed the sum of 5 (2010 equivalent of $730) towards the erection of a tombstone over the grave. The matter of selection and of having it erected has been placed in the hands of Mr Charles Neilsen
the HEADSTONE READS: Erected by his friends & fellow employees on Mangatoro Station. In memory of Franz Jensen, who died 10th Feb 1907, aged 26 years

JENSEN Hans Peder, 13 Sep 1919 aged 82
- buried unknown location
- married Christina Mary THOMSIN in 1890
their 4 known children:
1892 - 1968 Florence 'Florie' Ethel Jensen (+Viggo Pedersen in 1910)
1893 - 1927 Arnold Julius Jensen (+Margaret Agnes Jeannie WENT in 1917)
1895 - 1981 Archibald Roderick Jensen
1900 - 1964 Violet Adeline Jensen (+Lewis Godfrey LARSEN in 1923)

JENSEN Henry Axel Lawrence, 5 Jan 1898
- buried unknown location
- no records found

JENSEN Kirstine, 19 Feb 1926 aged 91
- buried unknown location

JENSEN William Peter, 4 Dec 1902 aged 1
- son of Jens Peter JENSEN & Edith Annie PARKER
the known children of JENS & EDITH:
1897 - 1978 Mary Maud Jensen
1899 - 1968 Thomas Stanley Jensen
1901 - 1902 William Peter Jensen
1902 - 1957 Albert Edward Jensen
1904 - Harold Cecil Jensen
1906 - 1910 Andrew Leslie Jensen
1909 - 1959 Allen Christian Jensen
1912 - Elsie Annie Jensen

JENSSEN Anton Frederick 'Fritz', 9 Dec 1913 aged 73
HISTORICAL RECORD ONLY
- buried Plot 3, Block 29 at Terrace End
- Sawmill Manager, one time Mayor of Palmerston North

JENSSEN Ragnar, 24 Sep 1908 aged 40
HISTORICAL RECORD ONLY
- buried Plot 28, Block 16 at Terrace End
- Ragnar was an Architect. In 1906 he drew the plans for the Abattoir at Mangatera which the Mayor, Pastor Ries, congratulated him on and stated that Mr Reakes, Acting Chief Government Veterinarian, had sent a set of the plans to Dr Henry Martel in Paris in response to a request that they would be able to judge from this that their abattoir was up-to-date

JOHN Heinrich, 30 April 1908 aged 63
- buried Grave 19, Block J
Bush Advocate, 1 May 1908 JOHN - On the 30th April, at Tiratu, Heinrich John, late of Kimbolton; aged 63 years
We regret to have to record to-day the death of Mr Heinrich John, a well-known settler of the Tiratu district. The late Mr John was formerly a resident of the Kimbolton district, and came to the Dannevirke district about seven years ago. He was a very worthy man, and was much respected by his friends, who will hear with much regret of his death. He is survived by a wife and grown-up family
Bush Advocate, 1 May 1908 The friends of the late Heinrich John are respectfully informed that the funeral will leave the residence, Tiratu, on Sunday, 3rd inst., at 2 p.m.
Bush Advocate, 4 May 1908 The funeral of the late Mr Heinrich John, of Tiratu, was held yesterday afternoon. There was a considerable attendance of country settlers, thus testifying to the respect and esteem in which the deceased had been held. The funeral ceremony was conducted by Pastor Ries

JOHNSON Elizabeth Ann, 15 Jan 1903 aged 32
- buried Grave 82, Block E

JOHNSON Ellen Ruth, 29 April 1961 aged 88
- buried Grave 74, Block G
HEADSTONE READS: In loving memory of John Adolf, Ellen Ruth, and Murrel Ethel Johnson. Loved father, mother and sister of Grace. Died March 1908, April 1961, July 1956. At rest.

JOHNSON John Adolf, 3 March 1907 aged 67
- buried Grave 75, Block G (see inscription at Ellen)

JOHNSON Joseph, 18 July 1908 aged 32
- buried unknown??
- bdm has Johnson - Papers Past has Johnston
Bush Advocate, 18 July 1908 A man named Joseph Johnston, of Tiratu, died in the hospital this morning

JOHNSON Murrel Ethel Elfreda, 18 July 1956 aged 58
- buried Grave 75, Block G (see inscription at Ellen)

JOHNSTON Amy Roxanne, 14 Sep 1908 aged 20 months
- buried Grave 56, Block F
- daughter of Charles Joseph JOHNSTON & Gertrude Gooday

JOHNSTON Charles Joseph, 26 Aug 1947 aged 75
- buried Grave 56, Block F
- married Gertrude Gooday in 1900 (below)

JOHNSTON Ernest William, 31 May 1930 aged 25
- buried Grave 56, Block F
- daughter of Charles Joseph JOHNSTON & Gertrude Gooday

JOHNSTON Gertrude (nee GOODAY), 15 Jan 1945 aged 66
- buried Grave 56, Block F
born 26 March 1878, 5th of 12 known children of William Nott GOODAY (1842-1923, Barrister & Solicitor) & Emma Harriet HANSON (1854-1898) of Lawrence, Otago. Emma was born in Melbourne in 1853, only child of Becher Henry HANSON & Julia Dorothy WADDINGTON. William was living in Petone in May 1923 & died in Hastings in Dec 1923. Emma died in Wellington
- Gertrude married Charles Joseph Johnston in 1900
the known children of CHARLES & GERTRUDE:
1901 - Gertrude Dorothy Johnston
1903 - Thomas Charles Johnston
1905 - 1930 Ernest William Johnston
1907 - 1908 Roxanne Amy Johnston
1911 - Lillian May Johnston

JOHNSTON John, 6 June 1908 aged 84
- buried Grave 23, Block J

JONES Arthur Gordon 1904 aged 14 days
- son of Daisy Millicent JONES (Daisy was a daughter of James JONES & Emily Ann GLOVER). She married James INGRAM in 1908 & had a daughter in 1909, Mavis Millicent Ingram
the children of JAMES & EMILY:
1880 - Thomas Allen Jones
1882 - Beatrice May Jones
1884 - Andrew Percival Jones (+Mabel Rachel SMITHSON in 1908)
1887 - 1974 Daisy Millicent Jones
1889 - Lilian Pearl Jones (+Harry Nield BARLOW in 1914)
1891 - Clarence Sidney Jones
1891 - Hazel Whiteford Jones (+George ARMSTRONG in 1910)
1894 - Ivy Marian Jones

JONES Emma Christina (nee OLSEN) 1911 aged 35
- daughter of Edwart & Berthea OLSEN
- married Henry Edward Jones 1900
- some of their children were:
1902 - John Leonard Jones
1903 - William Robert Jones
1907 - Frederick David Jones
1909 - Percy Norman Jones
1909 - Emma Christina Jones

JOSEPHINE Seerup Minnie Tessie 1909 aged 5
- this info on the database is incorrect
- it is in fact Minnie Tessie Josephine SEERUP (see the S names)


... The A names ABBOTT to AYLWARD

... The B names BAER to BURTON

... The C names CALDER to CUNNINGHAM

... The D names DAILL to DUNSTALL

... The E names ECCLES to EVANSEN

... The F names FALCONER to FYFE

... The G names GAMMON to GUNTER

... The H names HAINES to HYNDES

... The I names ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN

... The J names JACOBI to JONES

... The K names KENNY to KUITI

... The L names LAMBERT to LYNN

... The M names MABERLY to MURRAY

... The N names NASH to NUTTALL

... The O names O'CONNOR to O'SULLIVAN

... The P names PALENSKY to PRIOR

... The R names RANKIN to RYAN

... The S names SARGISSON to SYKES

... The T names TACON to TWEEDDALE

... The V name VICARY

... The W names WALKER to WYSOCKI

... The Y name YOUNGHUSBAND

LAMBERT to LYNN Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

The people with the surname L who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
indicates a link to a profile

LAMBERT Mary Ann, 21 July 1903 aged 29
- buried Grave 76, Block E with son Michael

LAMBERT Michael Joseph, 16 Aug 1903 aged 5 months
- buried Grave 76, Block E with mother Mary Ann
- son of Michael & Mary Ann Lambert

LARSEN Clara Annie 1905 aged 9
- buried Grave 2, Block G
- daughter of Charles LARSEN & Johanna Christina
- lived at Umutaoroa, Dannevirke
the children of CHARLES & JOHANNA:
27-7-1884 Nils Laurs Larsen AKA Neil Lauritz
- married Doris Ruby TIMBERS 1917 (1896-1927)
- married Ada Margaret BEST 1929 (1891-1979)
- Nils died 19-10-1984 aged 100
1886 Edward William Larsen (died aged 10 months)
1888 Ernest William Larsen married Mary Josephine Florence NELSON
1889 Ellen Christina Larsen married Albert DAWSON 1909
1891 Minnie Caroline Larsen (died aged 12 months)
1891 Eva Maria Larsen married Axel Andersen JARLOV 1911
1893 Frederick Henry Larsen married Hazel Alisamon JAMES 1924
1894 John Albert Larsen married Eva Gladys ROSS 1923
1896 Clara Annie Larsen
1898 Sydney Druett/Drewett Larsen (+ Mavis Elizabeth RENDLE 1925)
1899 Emma Eveline Larsen married Roy Hammond ROSS 1923
1901 Charles Oliver Larsen married Lillian BERNTSEN 1928
Charles (1861-1933) & Johanna (1863-1932) are buried Mangatera Cemetery

LAUNDY Isabella (nee SCOTT formerly GILMORE), 1 Oct 1908 aged 75
- buried Grave 29, Block J
- born in Scotland, Isabella married William GILMORE in 1864 & had at least 4 children. She married Henry Laundy in 1875 & had a son, Henry Laundy in 1876 (m.Charlotte Mary Elizabeth GILBERT 1899)
- Isabella was living in Featherston
Dominion, 5 October 1908 FEATHERSTON - The death occurred on Friday afternoon of Mrs Isabella Laundy, at the age of 75 years. Deceased was a native of Scotland, and arrived in New Zealand in 1860. She was twice married and leaves a family of six. The interment takes place in Dannevirke

LAURIDSEN Kirstine 1935, 19 Nov aged 80
- buried Grave 24, Block E with Kirstine Marie Meredith (1892-1979)
- Maternity Nurse, was living in Dannevirke

LAURVIG Alexander Didrick, Dec 1896 aged 1.6
- buried Grave 48, Block C
- born 20 July 1895 to Didrik/Diedrich Magnus LAURVIG (1870-1960) & Wilhelmina McGLASHAN (1871-1926)
Daily Telegraph, 16 April 1892 LAURVIG-McGLASHAN - On the 13th April at the residence of the bride's parents, Diedrich, eldest son of Edward Laurvig (Edvard Andersen LAURVIG & Lina SORENSDATTER), Norsewood, to Wilhilmina (Minnie), third daughter of William McGlashan, West Clive
the known children of Didrik & Wilhelmina
1893 - 1974 Olive Minnie Laurvig (born Norsewood m.John Thomas BOVIS 1918 in Shannon)
1894 - 1894 William Eric (Edric) Laurvig (died aged 4 months at Clive)
1895 - 1906 Alexander Didrik 'Alex' Laurvig (born Napier)

LAURVIG Annie Ruby, 5 July 1899 aged 2
- buried Grave 40, Block C
- born Hawera - died Tepapakuku

LAUSLIN Andrew 1909 aged 36
- buried Plot 44, Block I
- Andrew was a labourer
- he lived in Mangatera Hotel, High St, Dannevirke
- (not sure this is correct spelling of his name)

LEACH Margaret (nee COLLINS), 24 April 1908 aged 72
- Grave 52, Block G with husband William
- was living in Thyra St, Dannevirke
- married William Wise Leach (below) in 1866

LEACH William Wise, 19 May 1925 aged 87
- buried Grave 51, Block G with wife Margaret
- was living in Thyra St, Dannevirke
A son of George Wise LEACH (1814-1881) & Mary Prior COOK (1803-1887)
Most of his siblings had the second name of Wise. A brother, Henry Wise Leach (1844-1928), married Caroline Burling. Caroline was a daughter of Henry Burling & Agnes Buick and a granddaughter of Henry Burling & Mary Worsley. A sister of Caroline, Elizabeth Burling, married William Stratford Dickens, son of William Low Dickens, the first husband of Mary Prior COOK, William's mother!
the known children of WILLIAM & MARGARET
1867 - Annie Elizabeth Mary Leach
1869 - Jessie Margaret Agnes Leach
1870 - William James Leach
1872 - George Henry Leach
1873 - Charles Frederick Leach
1875 - Emma Clara Leach
1879 - Alfred Walter Leach
1881 - Arthur Ernest Leach

LEE Millie Ching Shing 1906 aged 1 month
- Millie was born on 19 March 1906, a daughter of Chan Ming Fun, (aka Ching Shing) Lee & Soong Ching (Yen Lee)
- Registration Number from NZ Birth Death Marriage:
Family Name - child's name - Mother's Name - Father's Name
1906/6627 Lee, Millie - Soong Ching - Ching Sing
- Ching Shing Lee was from Hargee Village, Canton, China
- their 5th son William Lee was a Pilot Officer in WWII
- they also had Jimmie Lee & Annie Ylang Lee and at least 4 other sons ...

LEE (Miss) Sarah Balson, 22 April 1901 aged 70
- buried Grave ?
- Sarah was from Yeovil, Somerset
Bush Advocate, 23 April 1901
... LEE - On April 22, at the residence of W. H. Hartgill, 'Cannon Heath,' Dannevirke, Sarah Balson Lee, aged 70 years - Rangitikei and Home papers please copy
... The many friends of Mrs W. H. Hartgill will regret to hear of the death of her aunt, Miss Sarah Balson Lee, who passed away last evening at the age of 70 years
William Henry Hartgill (manager of the Dannevirke branch of Barraud and Abraham, Ltd) named his residence 'Cannon Heath' after the birth place in Kingsclere, England of his wife Alice Louisa. Both are buried Mangatera
OF NOTE The London Gazette, August 2, 1872 Notice is hereby given, that all persons having any claims or demands upon or against the estate of Emma Balson Lee, late of Yeovil, in the county of Somerset, Spinster, deceased (who died on the 31st day of July, 1871) and whose will was proved in the District Registry attached to Her Majesty's Court of Probate at Taunton, in the said county, on the 24th day of November, 1871, by John Hill, of Yeovil aforesaid, Glove manufacturer, the sole executor named in the said will ...

LIGHT Mary Ethel (nee JONES), 19 Nov 1912 aged 54
- Grave 68, Block J with husband William
- married William Light in Wellington in 1879 as his second wife
- Mary was living in Napier
Feilding Star, 22 November 1912 LIGHT - On November 19, 1912, at the Private Hospital, George Street, Napier, Mary, relict of the late William Light (late of Dannevirke), aged 54 years

LIGHT William, 13 Jan 1909 aged 75
- buried Grave 68, Block J with wife Mary
- William was a Hotel Keeper. He had the 'Barrett's' & 'Queen's' Hotels in Wellington, the 'Provincial' in Wanganui, the 'Denbigh' & 'Dannevirke' Hotels in Feilding and the 'Masonic' in Dannevirke.
Evening Post, 30 April 1872 MARRIAGE - On the 30th inst., at St Mary's Church, Hill-street, by the Rev Father Petit Jean, William Light, to Susan (Susan Cecilia), fifth daughter of the late George Gray, both of Wellington
(they had a son, 1874-1874 Henry William Light, aged 4 weeks)
Evening Post, 3 August 1878 LIGHT - On the 1st August, at her residence, Barrett's Hotel, Susan, wife of William Light, of Wellington, aged 27 years
Evening Post, 23 August 1879 LIGHT-JONES - On the 21st August, at St Paul's Cathedral, by the Ven Archdeacon Thorpe, William Light, to Mary Jones, both of Wellington
Bush Advocate, 13 January 1909 LIGHT - At his residence, York street, on January 13th, 1909, William Light; aged 75
... Mr William Light, whose death at Dannevirke was announced yesterday, had been a resident of New Zealand for forty years. After being at sea for some years, he became a licensed victualler on Lambton-quay. He afterward kept hotels at Wanganui, Feilding and Dannevirke. He has left a widow and two daughters

LILLEY Edward David, 20 May 1901 aged 11 months
- buried Grave 39, Block A
cemetery has wrong person buried here
Their records say Edward Jonathan Lilley, son of John & Helen Lilley
BUT Edward Jonathan Lilley was born 28 May 1901 to John & Helen Lilley
Edward David Lilley was born 24 June 1900 to Walter LILLEY (1868-1933) & Jane Allan Watt McKINVEN (1870-1939). Walter & Jane married in Napier 6 Feb 1891. Walter was with Gamman and Co, sawmillers for 35 years. He moved to Omanawa, near Pyes Pa about 1913 and died in Tauranga
the children of WALTER & JANE:
1892 - 1892 Charles Walter Lilly (aged 3 weeks, buried at Kumeroa, Woodville)
1893 - 1951 Herbert James Allan 'Bert' Lilley (buried Rotorua)
1894 - 1965 Florence Jane Elizabeth Allan Lilley (+John Ellison +Joseph Hunter Hall)
1897 - 1918 Charles Walter Allan Lilley (Killed in Action in France)
1898 - 1970 Leonard Victor Allan 'Len' Lilley (born Dannevirke, died Tirohia)
1900 - 1901 Edward David Lilley

LIND John/Johan Frederick 1900 aged 2 months
- son of Frederick LIND & Jemima Cumming MURDOCH
- they also had a daughter:
1898 - Ellen Maria Lind

LINDGREN Christian 1911 aged 77
- was living in Victoria Ave, Dannevirke

LINES Thomas William 1907 aged 28
- was iving in Maharahara, Dannevirke
- son of George William LINES & Mary Sophia ANDERSON
- the known children of George & Sophia were:
1876 Hellen Lines
1878 Thomas William Lines
1881 Mabel Jane married Walter Henry EUSTON 1910
1883 Matilda Maria Lines married Daniel William HARPER 1917
1886 Edwin George Lines married Ethel SMITH 1919
1889 Minnie Sophia Lines married Raymond GREENFIELD 1926
1892 Percival Anton Lines married Alice CLARKE 1924

LISSINGTON James Arthur 1910 aged 13 months
- was living in Tahoraiti, Dannevirke
- son of James Alfred LISSINGTON & Catherine HITCHMAN
- their known children were:
1897 Mary/May Margaret Lissngton
- married Walter Alric WHITE (1894-1980) in 1923
1898 Ellen/Helen Greta Lissington
- married Henry Wilfrid WILLIS 1925
1900 George Francis Lissington
- married Hazel Amy May MILVERTON 1926
1905 Harold Wharehoe Lissington
- married Kathleen Julia Janeta FRANKLIN 1928
1905 Gladys Kathleen Lissington
1909 James Arthur Lissington

LISTER William Leslie 1905 stillborn

LITTLE William 1898 aged 40

LLOYD Rolf/Ralph Cecil 1907 aged 5 months
- son of John Bernard LLOYD (1868-1942) & Catherine Mary McNAMARA
- their known children were:
1900-1977 John Bernard Lloyd
1904 Catherine Ellen Margaret Lloyd
1907 Patrick Francis Lloyd
1907 Ralph Cecil Lloyd

LOFT James Edward 1911 aged 9 months
- was living in Rua Roa, Dannevirke

LONDON Edward Charles 1905 aged 4 days
- son of Charles Edward LONDON & Maggie MAY
- some of their other children were:
1906 Olive Myrtle May London married William MORGAN 1927
1908 Percy Allan London
1909 Daphne Mavis London

LONGNEY Louise Bateman 1905 aged 21
- was living in Tipapakuku, Dannevirke
- daughter of Nathaniel LONGNEY (1859-1944) & his second wife Louisa BATEMAN (1864-1945). Nathaniel was previously married to Kate PRIDEAUX in 1875
- children of Nathanei & Louisa were:
1884 Louise Bateman Longney
1886 William George Longney
- died 1967 aged 83
1888 Frederick Arthur Longney
1892 Lionel Henry Longney
- married Sarah May Queen LANE in 1913
1894 Beatrix Nellie Longney
- married Walter Benjamin WHITTINGTON in 1916
1904 Doris Harriet Jane Longney
- married Ernest Frank STACE in 1923
... thanks to Clare Morgan and her message of 12-10-2010 .."I notice that you have stated that Nathaniel longney married twice. I believe that there were 2 Nathaniels who emigrated to New Zealand from Gloucestershire. The younger Nathaniel is yours, however his uncle, who was born in 1843 also emigrated to New Zealand. I think he is the one who married Kate as he disappears from all the British census but turns up again in 1901 (after Kate's death) and is noted as a widower, living with his brother Eli.He had travelled back to Britain in March 1901 on the Papanui. It makes sense that the elder Nathaniel married Kate because why would Kate's memorial say "beloved wife of Nathaniel longney" if they had divorced?"


LOUDON Clarine 1904 aged 2 months

LOUGH Catherine 1919 aged 77
- was living in Te Rehunga, Dannevirke

LOVELL James Kenneth 1900 aged 3
- written Lovill on the database
- he was a son of Mark LOVELL & Emily Jane ?
- their children were:
1887 Emily Evangeline Lovell
1888 Mark Wesley Lovell
1889 Daisy Minna Lovell
1891 Olive Elsie Ellen Lovell
1895 Ernest Rudolf Lovell
1897 James Kenneth Lovell
1898 Victoria Florance Elizabeth Lovell
1899 Herbert Cecil Garfield Lovell

LYNN Isaiah 1914 aged 83
- Isaiah was a farmer and settler of Heretaunga. He was a roadman buidling the road to Havelock North, stationed at the Ngaruroro and Waitangi bridges in 1877. His land adjoined Alexander CAMMONCK's and W. G. GRAHAM's farms in the late 1800s. In early 1900s he had land which he leased to J. SHARPLIN. He was in Maharahara at probate
- he married Elizabeth ALLEN in 1874.
- (he may have been married prior to arrival in NZ)
- some of their known children were:
1876 Anne Elizabeth Lynn
- married George Williamson HAYDON in 1902
1878 William John Lynn
- died aged 15
1885 Mary Jane Lynn
- married Albert Edward GROGGAN in 1911


... The A names ABBOTT to AYLWARD

... The B names BAER to BURTON

... The C names CALDER to CUNNINGHAM

... The D names DAILL to DUNSTALL

... The E names ECCLES to EVANSEN

... The F names FALCONER to FYFE

... The G names GAMMON to GUNTER

... The H names HAINES to HYNDES

... The I names ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN

... The J names JACOBI to JONES

... The K names KENNY to KUITI

... The L names LAMBERT to LYNN

... The M names MABERLY to MURRAY

... The N names NASH to NUTTALL

... The O names O'CONNOR to O'SULLIVAN

... The P names PALENSKY to PRIOR

... The R names RANKIN to RYAN

... The S names SARGISSON to SYKES

... The T names TACON to TWEEDDALE

... The V name VICARY

... The W names WALKER to WYSOCKI

... The Y name YOUNGHUSBAND

ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

The people with the surname I who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
indicates a link to a profile

IHAIA Te Ngarara, 29 June 1904 aged 80
(database has Ahaia, note correct spelling of surname)
- buried unknown location
- 29 June 1904, buried unknown section
Bush Advocate, 30 June 1904 Ihaia te Ngarara, one of the principal chiefs of this district, died at Tahoraiti pa last night. The deceased chief held large interests in the Tahoraite, Tamaki, Tiratu, and other blocks of land. He was greatly esteemed as one who had been consistently friendly to the Europeans. He leaves two daughters Paraneha Te Ngarara & Katipo Te Ngarara Ihaia, and five grandchildren by his son, Takarei Ihaia (1860-1922), who died some time ago.
- Te Ngarata was born 1828 in Okurehe, Hawkes Bay. He married Atareta (Paora) Te Rangi Whakaewa who was born in Dannevirke 1830

ILLINGWORTH Annie Eliza, 9 March 1912 aged 66
- buried Grave 49, Block J with husband George
- lived in London St Dannevirke

ILLINGWORTH George Frederick Stevens, 25 Jan 1895 aged 18
- buried Grave 48, Block J

ILLINGWORTH George John, 13 Nov 1914 aged 66
- buried Grave 50, Block J with wife Annie
- George was in the Dannevirke Public Hospital

INGRAM Joyce Iris 1909 and 1 month
- buried Grave 81, Block J
- lived in Miller St Dannevirke
- daughter of Thomas INGRAM & Maria McDERMOTT
Thomas was a Drover, their known children:
1889 - Thomas John Ingram (+Jane BROWN in 1912)
1891 - Ethel May Ingram (+Henry John BENZIE in 1921)
1893 - Elsie Maria Ingram (+Frederick John HILL in 1919)
1896 - Myrtle Winifred Ingram (+James BURTENSHAW in 1922)
1898 - Gladys Amelia Ingram (died aged 1)
1901 - Leslie Hastings Ingram (+Dorothy Grace MANNING in 1922)
1906 - Rita Maud Ingram (+Albert Stanley MIDDLETON in 1926)
1907 - Hazel Doris Ingram
1909 - 1909 Joyce Iris Ingram
- Thomas (1861-1939) & Maria (1870-1931) are buried in Mangatera

INGRAM Margaret (nee BLACKBURN), 13 Oct 1907 aged 21
- buried Grave 51, Block G
- married James Ingram in 1907

INSOLL Mary Elizabeth (nee REDFORD), 12 July 1902 aged 41
- buried Grave 52, Block E
- married Thomas Baker Insoll (1865-1950) in 1887
- their children were:
1889 - Olive Baker Inoll (+John Edward CHITTY in 1910)
1891 - Dorothy Eleanor Baker Insoll
1894 - Thomas Seaton Baker Insoll (+Ruby Myrtle HINTON in 1915)

IRELAND May Isabel, 16 Aug 1914 aged 8
- buried Grave 8, Block G
- lived in York St Dannevirke
- daughter of Frederick James IRELAND (1842-1936) & Elizabeth Ann PETERKEN
the known children of FREDERICK & ELIZABETH:
1897 - 1968 Albert Frederick James William Ireland
1902 - Irene Mary Ann Ireland
1906 - 1914 May Isabel Ireland
NOTE Elizabeth Ann Peterken was born in Masterton in 1881, 6th of 11 children of Frederick Hazard Peterken & Isabella Rose Poad
In August 1913, Elizabeth (then aged 32) was charged (along with William Edward Arthur Clemens, aged 22 (1891-1961) that they did attempt to murder her husband, Frederick James Ireland at Pukehinau; that they did assault Ireland and did conspire to murder him. Elizabeth was also charged with being an accessory to the fact
The Verdict

IVERSEN Margrete 'Old Maggie', 7 May 1907 aged 76
- buried Grave 98, Block G
Bush Advocate, 7 June 1907 IVERSEN - On the 7th inst., at the residence of Mr C. Berntsen, Margrete Iversen ("Old Maggie"); aged 76 years
Bush Advocate, 7 June 1907 The friends of the late Margrete Iversen are respectfully informed that her funeral will leave the residence of Mr C. Berntsen, Mangatera, on Sunday next, at 2.30 p.m.


... The A names ABBOTT to AYLWARD

... The B names BAER to BURTON

... The C names CALDER to CUNNINGHAM

... The D names DAILL to DUNSTALL

... The E names ECCLES to EVANSEN

... The F names FALCONER to FYFE

... The G names GAMMON to GUNTER

... The H names HAINES to HYNDES

... The I names ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN

... The J names JACOBI to JONES

... The K names KENNY to KUITI

... The L names LAMBERT to LYNN

... The M names MABERLY to MURRAY

... The N names NASH to NUTTALL

... The O names O'CONNOR to O'SULLIVAN

... The P names PALENSKY to PRIOR

... The R names RANKIN to RYAN

... The S names SARGISSON to SYKES

... The T names TACON to TWEEDDALE

... The V name VICARY

... The W names WALKER to WYSOCKI

... The Y name YOUNGHUSBAND

HAINES to HYNDES Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

The people with the surname H who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
indicates a link to a profile

HAINES Norman Thomas, 28 May 1901 aged 2.6
- buried unknown location
- son of William HAINES & Naomi Crowden JOHNSON

HAINES Raymond Christopher, 9 Dec 1905 aged 3 months
- buried Grave unknown
- son of William HAINES & Naomi Crowden JOHNSON

HAIRA unknown, 5 July 1909 aged 4 days
- buried Grave unknown

HALFORD Mavis Irene 1910 aged 3 weeks
- buried Grave 17, Block I
- daughter of Frances and George Daniel Halford

HALL Charles, 29 May 1937 aged 94
- buried Grave 64, Block H
- born Malton, Yorkshire, emigrated into Napier in 1875 on the 'Countess of Kintore. Lived Woodville, Pahiatua & last address was Cadman St, Dannevirke

HALL Marian (nee DINSDALE), 25 July 1918 aged 63
- buried Grave 65, Block H
- married Charles Hall in 1879 & had 2 known children:
1879 - Emiline Hall
1882 - George Francis Hall

HAMILTON George Douglas, 29 Nov 1911 aged 76
- buried Grave 23, Block H
- George was a farmer in Tiratu, Dannevirke
READ complete Bio at his link above ...
* born on 15 July 1835, in Antwerp, Belgium
* arrived at Wellington aboard the Alma on 15 May 1857
* he occupied an area of about 13,000 acres at Mangatoro in 1861
* George was prominent in the administration of the area, serving as deputy land frauds commissioner in 186768, representing the riding on the Waipawa County Council and chairing the Dannevirke Highway Board from 1877 to 1880. From 1876 he was a justice of the peace
* returned to Britain. On 10 March 1873 at Edinburgh he married Gertrude Helen Alicia Gwendolen Hughes; they were to have four daughters and three sons
* appointed manager at Mangatoro in 1886 until he was fired in 1890, was left in financial disarray. His wife was reduced to begging for help from their friends to assist in rehousing their family at Tiratu, near Dannevirke
* George spent the rest of his life seeking redress for what he regarded as a 'sneaking theft'
* keen sportsman, Hamilton may have been the first to establish a trout hatchery in the North Island, stocking the rivers of southern Hawke's Bay with trout
* In 1904 the Government Printing Office published his Trout-fishing and sport in Maoriland

HAMILTON Gertrude Helen Alicia Gwendolen (nee HUGHES), 20 Sep 1914 aged 61
- buried Grave 24, Block H with husband George
- daughter of John HUGHES (Church Minister) & Sarah Annie JAMES
the known children of GEORGE & GERTRUDE:
1874 - John Douglas Hamilton (Oct 1874)
1875 - Gilbert Conway Hamilton (Oct 1875)
1877 - Mary Gertrude Campbell Hamilton (Oct 1877)
1878 - Irene 'Trine' Cilian Gertrude Hamilton (Oct 1878)
1880 - Gwendolen Annie Christine Jane Hamilton (Aug 1880)
1881 - Gertrude Laura Gwendolen Hamilton (Sep 1881)

HAMMOND Ivy, 27 May 1912 aged 12
- buried Grave 67, Block F
- daughter of Daniel & Hannah Hammond

HAMPTON Catherine Jane, 17 Aug 1909 aged 5 months
- buried Grave 72, Block J with sister Rebecca
- daughter of John & Ethel Maud Hampton

HAMPTON Rebecca Olive Muriel, 24 Oct 1910 aged 4 months
- buried Grave 72, Block J with sister Catherine
- lived at Otope, Dannevirke

HANNAH Lila May, 3 May 1907 aged 3 weeks
- buried Grave 72, Block G
- daughter of Frederick Percy HANNAH & Louisa Laura WILMSHURST

HANRIGHT Martha Mary Augusta, 29 Dec 1906 aged 2 months
- buried Grave 12, Block E
- daughter of John Frederick Rice HANRIGHT & Martha Mary SCHIMANSKI

HANSEN Walter Richard William, 1 Aug 1907 aged 21
- buried Grave 94, Block G

HANSEN William, 13 Aug 1906 aged 30
- buried Grave 17, Block G
- William was an Engineer
- he married Amelia Albine BERGERSEN in 1901. 1 of 12 children of Anders BERGERSEN & Maria Sophia/Soffie HANSEN (a brother, Andrew Alexander Bergersen (1887-1956) is buried at Mangatera)
Bush Advocate, 14 August 1906 FATAL ACCIDENT
Yesterday a fatal accident occurred near one of Mr W. T. Irvine's Tamaki mills, by which a young man, aged 30, and named William Hansen, lost his life. Hansen, it appears, is an engineer by trade, and up to the day before yesterday was employed driving a log hauler in the Piri Piri bush for Mr Hoult. Leaving that employment, yesterday he proceeded to Tamaki in the endeavour to procure fresh employment. He apparently went into the bush, and during the afternoon was returning back to the mill on one of the log-laden trolleys. When the trolley had reached a rise and a bend in the tramway one of the logs, sor some unexplained reason, bumped off. According to some versions, the trolley jumped the rails, and according to others it did not, but in any case the log became detached and deceased jumped off, but fell on the rails, rolling towards the trolley. At the same time the log rolled towards him and pinned him to the ground, crushing hius thigh and pelvis to a pulp. The unfortunate young fellow was at once extricated from his painful position by Mr Irvine's men who were with him, and he was brought into the hospital in the ambulance van late in the afternoon. There, of course, he received every attention, but from the first there was little hope of his recovery, as his injuries were so severe, and he succumbed during the night.
Arrangements are being made to hold an inquest at the Hospital tomorrow, when full particulars, which at present are rather vague, will no doubt be elicited.
We understand that deceased leaves a widow and one child in Dannevirke, for whom considerable public sympathy will be felt in their sad bereavement.
Bush Advocate, 15 August 1906, The friends of the late William Hansen are invited to attend his funeral which will leave his father's residence, Cole-street, at 2.30 to-morrow (Thursday)
The INQUEST

HARDING Patrick, 20 Oct 1898 aged 33
- buried Grave unknown

HARPUR Albert Angus James, 19 April 1904 aged 18 months
- buried Grave 86, Block B
- son of John & Annie Harpur

HARPUR Edith Ellen, 22 May 1899 aged 4
- buried Grave unknown
- daughter of John & Annie Harpur

HARPUR Ernest Donald, 1 Feb 1904 aged 5 months
- buried Grave unknown
- son of Mary St Helena Harpur (1883-1943)
Mary was born in Invercargill to John HARPUR & Annie Boxall ELLIOTT. She married Robert DIXON (1880-1965 (buried Hamilton Park cemetery) in 1905 & had:
1905 - John William Dixon
1907 - Mary Ruby May Dixon (+ Harry Rushworth in 1924)
1908 - Thomas James Dixon
1909 - Annie Rosie Willow Dixon
1913 - 1986 Patricia Harpur Dixon (born Taihape)

HARRIGAN Arthur Ernest Stewart, 10 June 1900 aged 7 weeks
- buried Grave 88, Block A with brother William
- son of William HARRIGAN & Ellen Mary AUSTEN

HARRIGAN Rebecca Ellen Anstey 16 Nov 1898 aged unknown
- buried Grave unknown

HARRIGAN William George, 23 Nov 1918 aged 26
- buried Grave 88, Block A with brother Arthur
- son of William HARRIGAN & Ellen Mary AUSTEN
- William was a Carpenter

HART Cecil John, 1 Sep 1907 aged 10 months
- buried Grave 45, Block A
- son of Arthur Victor HART & Sarah CLARKE

HART Raynold Herbert, 12 Sep 1902 aged 37 days
- buried Grave 75, Block C

HARVEY Ethel Maud Grylls, 26 Feb 1905 aged 10 months
- buried Grave 17, Block F

HAYES Jeremiah, 3 Sep 1910 aged 64
- buried Grave 68, Block K
- Jeremiah was a farmer in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke

HEALEY Ivy Cathleen, 30 Sep 1904 aged 1 day
- buried Grave 10, Block E
- daughter of Martin HEALEY & Annie McAVOY

HEAVEN Arthur James, 16 June 1905 aged 6 weeks
- buried Grave 88, Block F
- son of William HEAVEN & Edith Annie PAULE
the known children of WILLIAM & EDITH:
1897 - William Henry Heaven
1898 - Herbert Wintour Heaven married Alice Margaret LINDSAY 1922
1901 - Charles Edward Heaven married Phyllis WHEELER 1929
- Phyllis was a daughter of Gilbert WHEELER & Catherine MacBREEN
- her brother Russell married Charles's sister Thelma
1903 - Florence Alice Heaven (+Andrew Victor Diamond Jubilee GRAY 1922)
1905 - 1905 Arthur James Heaven
1908 - Thelma Tataraimaka Heaven
1910 - Mona Lucy Heaven married Russell WHEELER 1929
- Russell's sister Phyllis married Mona's brother Charles
1913 - Walter Desmond Heaven

HEENAN Michael, 8 Oct 1911 aged 6 months
- buried Grave 34, Block K with sister Muriel
- son of John Denis HEENAN & Henrietta Maud MacALISTER
- lived in High St, Dannevirke

HEENAN Muriel Dorothy Mary 1909 aged 6 weeks
- buried Grave 34, Block K with brother Michael
- daughter of John Denis HEENAN & Henrietta Maud MacALISTER
- lived in McPhee St, Dannevirke

HEGH Leonard 1899, 28 Nov aged 7 days
- buried unknown location
- son of Ole Jacob HEGH & Augusta POMERANZ

HENDERSON Allan Grant 1911 aged 20 months
- buried Grave 86, Block K
- born 1 Dec 1909 to Alfred Samuel HENDERSON & Margaret Davidson GRANT
- lived in Miller St Dannevirke

HENDERSON Harriet Wharton (nee CRALLAN), 10 April 1907 aged 37
- Grave 33, Block F
- daughter of James CRALLAN & Elizabeth RICHARDSON (also buried here)
- married Alfred Samuel 'Alf' Henderson in 1891 (see father's link)

HERCOCK William, 9 Dec 1902 aged 69
- buried unknown location

HERE HERE Hori, 2 Nov 1900 aged 76
- buried unknown location

HERMANSEN Lauritz, 18 Aug 1903 aged 48
- buried Grave 78, Block E
- married Maren Anderson BACK in 1882
the known children of LAURITZ & MAREN:
1883 - Marie Soffie Hermansen
1885 - William Hermansen

HIGGINS Daniel, 14 May 1911 aged 63
- buried unknown location
- he married Norah McDONOUGH in 1879
- Daniel was a Mariner & lived in McPhee St, Dannevirke
the known children of DANIEL & NORAH
1878 - William Henry Higgins
1883 - James Higgins
1885 - Catherine Higgins
1886 - Thomas John Higgins
1889 - Norah Higgins
1891 - Hannah Maria Higgins
1893 - John Dominic Higgins
1894 - Mary Catherine Higgins
1900 - Laurence Augustine Higgins
NORAH remarried in 1921 to Andrew OLSEN

HITCHMAN Victor Vincent, 14 Aug 1903 aged 4
- buried Grave 8, Block E
- son of William Hitchman & Eliza IRWIN
the known children of WILLIAM & ELIZA:
1883 - Eliza Mary Hitchman
1885 - Catherine Hitchman
1887 - Pearl Ruth Hitchman (+William Henry WALSH in 1906)
1889 - Mary Ann Hitchman (+William John SULLIVAN in 1908)
1892 - George Peter William Hitchman
1894 - Patrick Henry Hitchman (+Annie Zeta McCURDY in 1917)
- he was a farmer in Te Rehunga, Dannevirke. He served in WWI with NZEF 14th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Battalion, B Company
1896 - Hugh Joseph Carroll Hitchman
- KILLED IN ACTION, Ypres Belgium 1917
1898 - Ellen Maria Foley Hitchman (+George Henry WILSON in 1930)
1899 - Victor Vincent Hitchman
1901 - Nora Gladys Hitchman
1903 - John Francis Hitchman (+Muriel Irene MORGAN in 1925)

HOCKLEY Albert Tasman, 27 Feb 1899 aged 19 months
HISTORICAL RECORD ONLY. It is not known if Albert is buried Masterton or Dannevirke
- born 18 July 1897 1st of 10 known children to Richard HOCKLEY (1867-1938) & Margaret Tinsley McPHERSON. Richard was an owner/breeder of horses (including Clydesdales) and lived in Masterton, Ormondville, Weber, Dannevirke, Mangatera
NOTES Their 2nd born, Frederick Haira Hockley was born 20 July 1900 & died 29 Jan 1901 aged 6 months in Masterton. He is buried Plot FHH, Row 8, Plan V at Archer Street Cemetery. Their database has aged 6 years. He is buried with a Frederick Hockley who died aged 30 on 12 Oct 1902. On BDM he was born 1872 to Richard (1824-1900) & Maria (1833-1911) Hockley which makes him a possible brother of Richard Hockley above (uncle of Frederick Haira Hockley he is buried with)
Richard, Margaret & their 9th born, Walter Bruce Hockley, are buried at Mangatera

HODDER Emma, 29 Nov 1902 aged 87
HISTORICAL RECORD ONLY - buried Featherston
the following was taken from the Settlers datasbase:
Born in Sommersetshire 1815, married Walter Hodder on July 26th 1839 in England. Immigrated to New Zealand in 1842 on the ship "London". Spent several years at Happy Valley and Pakuratahi in Wellington before moving to Featherston. After her husband's death, she moved to Dannevirke to reside with her son, Frederick Hodder. Transferred out of district, mentioned in the Tararua District Council records as a note. Is interred at the Featherston cemetery alongside her husband in Section 4, Plot 36.

HOERA ? 1901 aged unknown
- buried unknown location

HOGG Elizabeth Catherine, 17 April 1909 aged 68
- buried Grave 63, Block G

HOLLOWAY James Joseph 1907 aged 6 weeks
- buried Grave 17, Block E
- son of James HOLLOWAY & Elizabeth NEWBERRY
the known children of JAMES & ELIZABETH:
1906 - Mary Elizabeth Holloway
1907 - 1907 James Joseph Holloway
1909 - Margaret Louisa Holloway

HOLLYMAN Mary Rosanna (nee CLIFTON), 15 March 1942 aged 36
- buried Grave 7, Block E
- daughter of John James CLIFTON & Mary Jane DEAN. Granddaughter of Edwin DEAN & Mary Ann ALDING
- married Russell Limmer HOLLYMAN (1902-1984) in 1924

HOLM Mary Alexandra, 2 Jan 1908 aged 55
- buried unknown location

HUGHES Agnes Louisa (nee RAYNER), 14 Nov 1904 aged 36
- buried Grave 85, Block E
- married David Edward Hughes in 1896
their known children:
1899 - Olivia Eveline Hughes
1902 - Helen May Hughes

*HULENA 27 April 1912 aged unknown
- buried Grave unknown
- was living in Takapau

*HULENA Beck 1 Sep 1912 aged unknown
- buried Grave unknown

*HULENA Hansen 16 Aug 1912 aged 90
- buried Grave unknown

*HULENA Nicholls 20 Aug 1912 aged unknown
- buried Grave unknown
*none of these Hulenas have death records

HUNTER Annie (nee GUTHRIE), 6 July 1906 aged 67
- buried Grave 66, Block G
- born 1839 in the Isle of Wight. Annie arrived into Wellington 7 March 1840 on the 'Adelaide' with her father, Thomas Guthrie, who settled at Castlepoint. She attended school in Wellington for a number of years then joined her parents at Castlepoint. Annie married William Henry Hunter (1831-1876) in 1860 and moved to Porangahau. They had 7 children. William died in 1876, Annie stayed in Porangahau until 1891 then moved to Dannevirke
Bush Advocate, 6 July 190 HUNTER - On the 6th inst., at her residence, Dannevirke, Annie Hunter, widow of the late W. H. Hunter, of Porangahau; aged 67 years
the Death of Annie Hunter

HUNTER Arthur Jack, 19 April 1914 aged 8
- buried Grave 89, Block G
- son of Robert James HUNTER & Flora BELLSHAW

HUNTER Harold Graham, 2 Jan 1930 aged 55
- buried Grave 69, Block G
- son of William Henry HUNTER & Annie GUTHRIE
- he married Mabar Marion Durie MAYSMOR (1880-1969) in 1906

HUNTER Maud Mary Elizabeth (nee WOOF), 24 Jan 1910 aged 44
- buried Grave 67, Block G
- married William George Hunter jnr in 1891 & had 4 children
- lived in Edinburgh St, Dannevirke

HUNTER William George, 2 Aug 1943 aged 80
- buried Grave 68, Block G
- son of William Henry HUNTER & Annie GUTHRIE

HUTT Vida Gladys, 29 April 1907 aged 5 months
- buried Grave 70, Block G
cemetery database has 5.6 years
- born 7 Nov 1906 to Albert Henry HUTT & Mary Ellen MOORE
the known children of ALBERT & MARY:
1898 - Hilda Jessie Hutt
1900 - Eunice Maud Hutt (+John David Russell CAROLIN in 1927)
1901 - Enid Gertrude Hutt
1903 - Albert Henry Hutt
1907 - 1907 Vida Gladys Hutt

HUTT Joseph, 22 Jan 1898 aged 78
- buried Grave unknown, Block 1

HYDE unnamed infant 2 Aug 1905 born still
- buried Grave unknown
- child of Janey (below) who died 6 days later

HYDE Jane 'Janey' (nee De RUNGS), 8 Aug 1905 aged 27
- buried Grave 1, Block G
- a daughter of John de Rungs & Margaret Ann STEPHENSON
children of JOHN & MARGARET:
1872 - 1959 John William De Rungs
1873 - William Antonio De Rungs
1874 - Henry De Rungs
1877 - Jane 'Janey' De Rungs
1882 - Rose De Rungs
1883 - Ernest James De Rungs
1899 - Lucy De Rungs (+ Leonard Francis Griffin in 1920)
- Janey married Frank Kingston Hyde in 1904 & lived in Wanganui
- Frank remarried in 1907 to Sarah Jane COWENS
they had a daughter, Mabel Margaret Hyde in 1910

HYNDES Nathanial James, 16 April 1907 aged 1 month
- buried Grave 63, Block G
- second son of Jessie Grace and James McKenzie Hyndes
- lived in Mangatera, Dannevirke
- son of James McKenzie & Jessie Grace HYNDES


... The A names ABBOTT to AYLWARD

... The B names BAER to BURTON

... The C names CALDER to CUNNINGHAM

... The D names DAILL to DUNSTALL

... The E names ECCLES to EVANSEN

... The F names FALCONER to FYFE

... The G names GAMMON to GUNTER

... The H names HAINES to HYNDES

... The I names ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN

... The J names JACOBI to JONES

... The K names KENNY to KUITI

... The L names LAMBERT to LYNN

... The M names MABERLY to MURRAY

... The N names NASH to NUTTALL

... The O names O'CONNOR to O'SULLIVAN

... The P names PALENSKY to PRIOR

... The R names RANKIN to RYAN

... The S names SARGISSON to SYKES

... The T names TACON to TWEEDDALE

... The V name VICARY

... The W names WALKER to WYSOCKI

... The Y name YOUNGHUSBAND

MARY JANE LOVELL - Motueka, Nelson

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

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

Benjamin and Frances had 9 children:
23rd January 1903 George Lovell
16th September 1804 John Lovell
- John died as an infant
27th April 1806 John Lovell
22nd May 1808 *Benjamin Lovell emigrated to NZ
15th July 1810 Isaac Lovell
4th August 1816 *James Lovell emigrated to NZ
23rd June 1822 William Lovell
- William was a twin with:
23rd June 1822 Joseph Lovell
- Joseph was a twin with William
13th March 1825 Ann Lovell
- at the birth of Ann, Benjamin & Frances put their address as Staple Hill which is about 1km south of the main centre of Mangostfield.
___________________________

James's brother:
- *BENJAMIN LOVELL
(born 1808)
- married Hester SPICER in the St James Church Mangotsfield on the 2nd August 1831
- Hester was born about 1812
- their children before emigration were:
1831-? - Fanny Lovell in Mangotsfield
1834-1919 - Benjamin Alexander Lovell in Mangotsfield
- Benjamin married ? in 1860
- he died on 8-10-1919 and is buried in Plot 051, Block 08 Wakapuaka Cemetery
1839-? - Alfred Lovell in Mangotsfield
- Alfred married ? in 1862
1840-1841 - Sarah Spicer Lovell in Mangotsfield
- Sarah died in 1841 (before September) aged 1

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

-- Benjamn & Hester had another 5 children in New Zealand:
1843-1907 - Christina Spicer Lovell in Nelson
- born in Motueka, Nelson
- she married William JOHNSON in 1863
- one of their sons was Albert Sven Johnson (1873-1964)

1845-1903 - Thomas Spicer Lovell in Motueka, Nelson
- Thomas died aged 58
- he was buried August 1903 Plot 45-2, Block: Old, at Motueka

1850-1924 - Hester Spicer Lovell in Motueka, Nelson
- Hester married John William KING in 1882
- they had 10 children:
1883 David Alexander King
- married Clara Ivy Louisa FRASER 1925
**1884 Albert Victor King
- married Ann PATTINSON 1911
1886 James Lewis King
- died aged 11 months
1888 Dulcie Irene King
- married John William BURKE 1912
1891 Thomas Newton King
- married Martha Gertrude HOLYMAN 1915
1893 Robert Murray Rollo King
- married Maude Ellen NICHOLSON 1926
1896 Alice Zeta King
- married Hylton Albert Lionel DIXON 1928
1898 Leta Evelyn King
- married Alfred Hollis HUETT 1924
1901 Leslie Gordon Melville King
- married Caroline Thiriza HUNT 1927
1904 Ellis Sidney Jack King
- married Ruby Clarice O'GRADY 1928

1852-1903 - Angelina Lovell in Motueka, Nelson
- Angelina married Alfred Horace Eustace Rawland BLISS in 1879
- they had 10 children
1881 Alfred George Lovell Bliss
- married Marie Manning TOLLETT 1907
1882 Frederick Benjamin Bliss
- married Caroline Emma BOYD 1911
1883 Angelina Hester/Esther Bliss
- married Robert Joeph GALLAGHER 1908
1884 Maud Thomasine Bliss
- married George Henry GRAY 1905
1885 Amy Frances Ellen Bliss
- died aged 4 months
1886 William Herbert Bliss
- died aged 4 months
1888 Violet Hilda Bliss
- died aged 10 months
1889 Ella Theresa Bliss - twin with Ethel
- died aged 8 months
1889 Ethel May Bliss - twin with Ella
- married Alfred LARSON
1890 Frank Herbert Bliss
- Angelina remarried in 1896 to Thomas Joseph WILKINSON

1853-1932 MARY JANE LOVELL in Motueka, Nelson
- Mary married FRANK LAWTON (Master Mariner, Sea Captain) in 1874
- Mary died aged 79 in Wellington, buried PLOT 58L, SECTION PUNLIC2 at Karori Wellington
- Frank died aged 69 in 1906 and is buried with Mary Jane

-- MARY & FRANK had 16 children:
1 .. 1875-1953 Rose Lawton
- she married Edward NICHOLAS in 1897
- they had 7 known children (possibly more):
1898 Inez Nicholas
1900 Violet Mary Olive Nicholas married Colin CAMERON 1921
1901 Lorraine Victoria Nicholas married William Harry HAYTER 1923
1903 Zillah Rose Nicholas
1905 Harold Roy Nicholas
1906 Stanley Nicholas
1909 Alvina Bernice May Nicholas married Andrew William HODGE 1926
- Rose died aged 78

2 .. 1876-1931 Frank Lawton
- Frank was the Chief Mate on the steamer PROGRESS that in 1931 was blown on to the rocks while un-manoeuvrable through breaking her tailshaft and losing her propeller. Her recovery was botched by the Wellington Harbour tugs. Scattered pieces of iron littered the area, most unrecognisable apart from the boiler and engine. Four crew drowned, Frank was one of them, he was 53. He is buried in Karori Cemetery Wellington - Plot 121 L - Section CH ENG2
- Frank married Matilda May COLEY in Foxton in 1900
- Matida was a daughter of Henry Coley
- some of Frank's and Matilda's known children were:
1901-1956 Cecil Wilfred Lawton
- he died aged 55
- he was cremated at Karori Crematorium Wellington
1903-1976 Gladys Gwendoline Lawton
- she married Horace William PRINCE in 1930
- she died aged 73
1905-1986 Reginald Dundas Lawton
- he died aged 81
1907-? Violet Olive Lawton
- she married Leslie Charles WHINHAM in 1928
- she may have remarried
?-? Leopold Lawton
- twin with Alexander
?-? Alexander Lawton
- twin with Leopold
?-? Patricia Lawton

3 .. 1877-1915 Claude Herbert Lawton
- he died aged 37

4 .. 1879-1947 Charles Thomas Lawton
- married Harriett Elizabeth SPENCER in 1905
- 2 known children were:
1908 Sidney Wallace Lawton
1909 Christopher Charles Lawton
- Charles died aged 67

5 .. 1881-1883 Violet Mary Lawton
- she died aged 2

6 .. 1882-1883 Lily Jane Lawton
- she died aged 10 months

7 .. 1883-1971 Ethel Lawton
- she married Ernest George FEATONBY in 1905
- 2 known children:
1906 Ernest Ogilvie Featonby
1908 Pearl Ethel May Featonby
- Ethel died aged 89

8 .. 1884-? May Lawton
- she married Archibald Lusk SPEIRS in 1894
- their known children were:
1897 John Fyfe Speirs
1900 Archibald Speirs
1902 Robert Alexander Speirs
1905 Donald Edward Speirs

9 .. 1886- Maude Alice Lawton
- she POSSIBLY married Ernest Mark MINIFIE in 1905
- they had Cecil Ernest Minifie in 1906

10 .. 1888-? Daisy Lawton
- she married Alfred Allen WILTON in 1906
- their known children were: (possibly more)
1907 Cyril Alfred Wilton
1908 Clifford Henry Wilton
1910 Leslie Oliver Wilton

11 .. 1889-1889 Margaret Lawton
- she died aged 2 months

12 .. 1890-1891 Eva Florence Lawton
- she died aged 6 months

13 .. 1892-1957 William Henry Lawton
- he first married Alice Zeliah NEWLAND (1892-1964) in 1911
- Alice was a daughter of Edmund NEWLAND & Minnie Ellen/Elizabeth WELLS
- he next married Ruth Elizabeth BENNETT (1898-?) in 1916
- Ruth was a daughter of William John BENNETT & Agnes SHELLAM
- William died aged 65

14 .. 1893-1941 Cecil John Lawton
- he married Lillian Ethel Daisy NOOT in 1919
- he died aged 47

15 .. 1895-1895 Ruby Lawton
- she died aged 3 weeks

16 .. 1897-1912 Roy Lawton
- he died aged 14


Benjamin Lovell (born 1808) died aged 65 in 1873
- he is buried in Plot 12-1, Block: Old at Motueka
- his wife Hester remarried to Edward Stanton in 1875
- she died aged 85 in 1898 and is buried Plot 10-1, Block: Old in Motueka
___________________________

Benjamin's brother
- *JAMES LOVELL
(born 1816)
- married Ann BROWN on 3rd Jan 1837 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
- their children were:
1838-1910 Mary Ann Lovell
- born in Mangotsfield,Gloucestershire
- immigrated with her parents when she was 25
- she married Alfred FLETCHER in 1854 in Takaka, Golden Bay, Nelson
- they had 2 daughters Elizabeth and Mary Jane (amongst others)
- Elizabeth married Charles HARWOOD in 1874
- they had 7 children from 1874 to 1885
- Charles was a son of George HARWOOD of Thorne, Somersetshire, England and Elizabeth EASTMENT of Haselbury Plucknett, Somersetshire who emigrated to Nelson on theLONDON in 1842.
- Charles was also a brother of Henry Harwood who married Elizabeth & Mary Jane's aunty Mercy Lovell (see below)
- The children of Charles & Elizabeth:
1875 George Arthur Harwood married Harriet Jane COBB 1905
1877 Ernest Charles Harwood married Maud Harriet ORGAN 1907
1878 Amelia Elizabeth Eastmont Harwood nothing known
1881 Mary Emily Harwood didn't marry, died aged 83
1882 William Alfred Harwood married Rosetta Harriet WINTER 1912
1884 Lilian Harwood married Archie PAGE 1907
14 Aug 1885 Lizzie Harwood - Lizzie died aged 20 months
- Elizabeth died on 21st Aug 1885 aged 27, 7 days after giving birth to daughter Lizzie
- her sister Mary Jane then married Charles 4 months later on 26th December 1885 and would have brought the children up.
No children found for Charles and Mary Jane
1840-1841 Mercy Lovell
- born in Mangotsfield,Gloucestershire
- Mercy died at sea on the Lord Auckland whilst emigrating to New Zealand
- she was 1 year old
1843-1935 Mercy Ani Lovell
- born in Takaka, Golden Bay, Nelson
- Mercy married Henry HARWOOD in 1936
- Henry was a brother of Charles Harwood who married 2 of Mercy's sisters (Mary Ann's) daughters
(see above)

.. James's wife Ann died in 1869 aged 58
- She is buried Clifton Cemetery, Takaka, Golden Bay, Nelson
- James remarried to Sarah FLETCHER and they had 2 sons Henry & James Joseph both born in 1871
- James died in 1879 aged 64
- he is buried in Clifton Cemetery, Takaka, Golden Bay, Nelson

___________________________

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

.. there were 5 Albert Victor King mariages in New Zealand between 1889-1929 - they were:

1/ - 1889 - Albert Victor King (1858-1937)
- married Alice Elizabeth HOMES (1864-1902)
- they had a son, Lauritz Victor King who died of wounds in France 1916. At that time ALbert & Alice lived in Tahunanui, Nelson
2/ - 1904 - Albert Victor King
- Albert REmarried to Jemima ESSON (1867-1945)
- they are buried together Plot 125, Block 007 at Seaview Rd Cemetery, Nelson. Not known where Alice was buried

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

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

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


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

The years of their births and parents were:

1884-1919 Albert Victor King
- son of John William KING & Hester Spicer LOVELL
- married Ann PATTINSON in 1911
- Albert died aged 34 and is buried in Plot 026, Block 09 at Wakapuka Cemetery, Nrlson

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

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

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

any help would be appreciated

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GAMMAN to GUNTER Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

The people with the surname G who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
indicates a link to a profile

GAMMAN Samuel John, 27 May 1901 aged 66
- buried Grave unknown
NOTE cemetery database has Samuel twice, as above and also buried Plot 326, Block at Ormondville
- Samuel was a private and later a corporal with the Royal Engineers, stationed at Shorncliffe and Chatham in Kent as well as Port Louis Mauritius. He was a Sawmill owner with his sons in Oxford Canterbury, Hawke's Bay & Manawatu
Manawatu Times, 30 May 1901 A sudden death occurred at Makotuku on Monday evening, when Mr S. J. Gamman, sen., contractor for the Hawke's Bay Timber Company died at the Makotuku Hotel
... Quite a sensation was caused this afternoon when it was reported that Mr Gamman, senior, the sawmiller, had died at the Makotuku hotel. It appears that Mr Gamman had been in Makotuku since Thursday and Dr Francis had been attending him the last day or two. The cause of death is stated to have been heart disease
Bush Advocate, 1 June 1901 ESTATE OF SAMUEL JOHN GAMMAN, of Smith's Siding, makotuku, Sawmiller, deceased. All Persons having claims against the above are hereby requested to furnish particulars forthwith to T. H. G. LLOYD, Solicitor, Dannevirke
- Samuel married Eliza WOODCOCK (1840-1930) in 1859 in Brompton, an ancient village near Chatham, 37km NW of Sheldwich - it was once in the Kent county but now is in the Medway Conurbation, England.
their 10 children, all born in Canterbury, New Zealand
ELIZA died 23 May 1930 aged 90 & buried at Plot 323, Block 1 at Ormondville cemetery next to 5 month old granddaughter, Lilla Joyce Gamman, daughter of son Arthur

GARDINER Andrew, 20 Sep 1910 aged 60
- buried Grave 21, Block H
- Andrew was the Tiratau Sawmill Manager & was living at Mangatera, Dannevirke
- he married Minnie WEST on 13 Sep 1877
their known children:
1878 - 1964 David John Gardiner
1880 - 1942 Grace Athaliah Gardiner (+ Archibald Nimmo WATSON in 1903)
1883 - 1973 Andrew Fyall Gardiner
1885 - Isabel Mary Gardiner
1888 - Barbara Gardiner (+ Archibald Collins PRAGNELL (1887-1964) in 1908)
MINNIE died 3 Jan 1890 aged 31
- she is buried Plot 22, Block 86, Northern cemetery, Dunedin
Evening Post, 21 September 1910 SAWMILL MANAGER'S SUDDEN DEATH Andrew Gardiner, manager of the Tiratau Sawmill, died suddenly last evening at the Club Hotel stables. Deceased was a well-known resident of the district. He was a widower, and lived with his married son at Mangatera. Mrs A. C. Pragnell, of Masterton, is a daughter of the late Mr Gardiner. Much sympathy will be extended to the relatives in their painfully sudden bereavement
NOTE his daughter Barbara Pragnell had 3? children in Masterton before her husband Archibald deserted the family and went to Australia.
1908 - 1994 Clarice Sara Pragnell (m. Mervyn Craig JACK & had 5 sons)
1914 - 2006 Kenneth Archibald Pragnell (m. Minnie KEARNEY & had 3 daughters)
1917 - 2005 Avis Isabel Pragnell (m. Arthur James Wilderspin & had 3 sons)
...Archibald Collins Pragnell next married Daisy Winifred HOLMES (1890-1948) in Sydney in 1941. In 1943 he was in Wentworth, NSW. In 1946 Archibald, as manager of the Metro Theatre, Perth was awarded a special honour roll emblem for "outstanding exploitation" in connection with the screening of "White Cliffs of Dover" at his theatre. Advice of the award was received from New York this week by the West Australian manager of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayor Pty. Ltd. (Archibald was the manager of the Metro Theatre for 9 years until his retirement in 1953). Daisy died 7 Nov 1948 at Subiaco, Perth aged 58. They were then living at Wavell Flats, 921 Wellington Street, West Perth. An insertion in the West Australia 9 Nov read: "Sincere sympathy to Arch Pragnell from all members of the Reelers Fraternity. W.A." & "In fond memory of Mrs. Pragnell who passed away suddenly, on November 7. Inserted by executives and staff of Metro Goldwyn-Mayer Pry. ltd.". In 1963 Archibald was in Curtin, WA. He died in Subiaco, Perth 28 Feb 1964 aged 78 & his ashes dispersed at Karrakatta

GARFORTH James, 12 June 1911 aged 16
- buried Grave 87, Block K
- he lived in McPhee St, Dannevirke
- son of Charles GARFORTH & Emma BOX
the known children of CHARLES & EMMA:
1892 - Charles Alfred Garforth
- married Mary HENNESSY in 1923
- married Gladys May SIMS in 1932
1893 - Arthur Norton Garforth (+ Grace Ethel VICKERSTAFF in 1915)
1895 - 1911 James Garforth
1900 - Mary Norton Garforth (+ George Frederick Robson GORDON in 1923)
1903 - Sarah Ellen Norton Garforth (+ Alex Francis BROWN in 1928)

GARTNER Elizabeth 'Eliza' (nee PECK), 18 May 1899 aged 25
- buried Grave 85, Block B
- Elizabeth married John GARTNER in 1892
- Eliza was born in Stokes Valley, Wellington, the 5th child of 12 children of Charles & Anne (nee Gaskin) Peck. She and her sister Hannah had a double wedding, marrying two Gartner brothers John and William respectively on 31-3-1892.
they had 2 known children:
1893 - Charles William John Gartner
1895 - James Henry Gartner

GASKIN Leonard Gordon, 8 August 1906 aged 6 hours
- buried Grave 64, Block F
- son of Leonard Matthew GASKIN & Alice May HOOPER
- Alice was the oldest of 14 children of William John Hooper and Charlotte COMPTON

GAVIN James, 16 May 1910 aged 85
- buried Grave 60, Block K
- James was born in Tipperary, Ireland. He was a farmer in Omataroa, Dannevirke

GAYLOR William Edward Roncliffe, 3 Jan 1899 aged 14 months
- buried Grave unknown
- born 3rd January 1898 - died 2nd March 1899
- cemetery database has him as Walter aged 8 months. Walter was a son of George Gaylor & Amelia Emily Pavreal & died in 1907
- William was a son of William Edward GAYLOR (1870-1941) & Sarah Jane HERD (1875-1938), storekeepers in Dannevirke, trading as E. S. Clark and Co. (Edward Saunders Clark, Sarah's uncle)
the known children of WILLIAM & SARAH:
1898 - 1899 William Edward Roncliffe Gaylor
1899 - 1971 Sydney George Alfred Gaylor
1901 - 1974 Claude Reginald Gaylor
1903 - 1912 Myrtle Latonia Jane Gaylor (aged 8)
1907 - 1986 Thomas John Gaylor

GIBB John Allan, 21 March 1906 aged 54
- buried Grave 7, Block D (supposedly next to his wife Mary Ella (1860-1900) but not in the records, SEE BIO BELOW)
- (birth year of about 1852) John was a Railway Guard
Bush Advocate, 22 March 1906 GIBB - At Gisborne on March 21st, John Allan Gibb (Railway Guard) aged 54. Deeply regretted. Guard Gibb, who fell from the roof of a railway carriage while lighting the lamps on Saturday night, prior to taking a late train out, sustained a fractured thigh in a fall from the top of the carriage to the platform, and succumbed to his injuries in hospital. Gibb was an old officer of the Department, and for many years had been stationed in the Hawke's Bay district
Poverty Bay Herald, 21 March 1906 DEATH OF GUARD GIBB
... Guard Gibb, a well known official of the local railway staff, died at the Gisborne hospital this morning, as the result of the accident he sustained last Saturday night (17 March). Whilst on top of a carriage affixing the lights for the late train, the deceased slipped and fell heavily on to the platform. Upon being picked up it was discovered that his thigh was fractured, and he was accordingly removed to the hospital, where he died this morning. The deceased joined the Department in December, 1879, at Waipukurau, and but for a brief period in 1891 has been in the railway service ever since. He was promoted to position of guard at Dannevirke in 1893. He had reached the age of 56, and had about three years to serve before retiring on a pension. Guard Gibb had been 2 years in Gisborne, having been transferred here from Dannevirke, and leaves a family of four grown-up children. The eldest son resides in Dannevirke, whilst the other members of the family, a son and two daughters, lived with their father. The body will be taken to Dannevirke for interment alongside that of deceased's wife, who passed away about six years ago. It is understood that Guard Gibb was on the eve of transfer to Wellington. After inquiry into the circumstances, Mr Barton, S.M., district coroner, has decided that an inquest is unnecessary

GIBB Walter, 3 March 1903 aged 65
- database has Gill & GibbS
- buried Grave unknown
- Walter was born about 1838 in Lanark, Scotland
- He married Eliza (Reita) PALMER (1856-1957) on 19 Dec 1876 in Tokomairiro, Milton
the known children of WALTER & ELIZA (Baptised in Waihola, Milton):
1877 - 1945 Sarah Palmer Gibb (+ Albert Herbert HORNER in 1908)
1878 - 1879 Walter Palmer Gibb (aged 11 months)
1880 - 1956 Walter Edwin Gibb
1882 - 1883 John Allan Gibb (aged 9 months)
1883 - 1960 Thomas Gibb (+ Bertha Catherine CHAPMAN in 1911)
1885 - ? Marion Gibb
1887 - 1974 Eliza Gibb (+ Archibald Crawford FARQUHAR in 1911)
1890 - 1948 Annie Helen Gibb (+ John Joseph DOOLEY in 1919)
1893 - 1955 Daisy Gibb (not married)

GIBSON James, 3 July 1908 aged 52
- buried Grave 6, Block I
- James was a Labourer, living in Dannevirke
Bush Advocate, 3 July 1908 DEATH FROM EXPOSURE
... While the nightwatchman was doing his usual rounds at about 1.30 this morning, he came across a man lying on the pavement in front of the Junction Hotel, apparently in a senseless condition. Mr Coleman took immediate steps to have the man cared for, and summoned Dr Macallan, who had him conveyed to the hospital, where everything was done to restore him, but without success, death taking place at about 6.30 this morning. The man was named James Gibson, and he was aged 52 years. So far as we can learn, the deceased has been a resident of this district for over 20 years, and was for a considerable part of that time employed as a ploughman and horse-owner in the Pongaroa and coast districts. It is not known exactly when he came into town, but he was before the court on the 30th of June last, when he was convicted and discharged for drunkenness. Yesterday he had breakfast and dinner at the Mangatera Hotel, and came up into town during the afternoon. He returned to the hotel in a cab about tea time, and came back to town in a cab at about 7 o'clock. Constable Malone saw him after 10 o'clock, but nothing further is at present known of his movements from this time up to the point when he was found by the nightwatchman, and with a view to eliciting the facts an inquest will be held to-morrow morning, When the doctor first saw him the man was conscious, and told Dr Macallan that he had intended to go home, but lay down to have a sleep. When asked where his home was, he pointed to the opposite side of Miller's Road, indicating one of the boarding-houses there. In Dr Macalla's opinion death was due to exposure
The Inquest

GILL Walter BURIED 5 March 1903 aged unknown
- misprint at database (see Walter Gibb above)

GILMORECatherine, 5 Sep 1901 aged 27
- buried Grave 20, Block D
(database & BDM has Gilmore, Papers Past has Gilmour)
Bush Advocate, 9 September 1901 The wife of Mr Gilmour, railway surfaceman at Matahiwi, died on Saturday. The funeral took place at Dannevirke cemetery this afternoon, and was attended by a number of settlers. Rev Mr Robertshawe officiated at the graveside and Messrs Anderson and Son's hears left for Matahiwi this morning
NOTE
* Frederick Gilmour was a Road Surfaceman. He was in Ormondville in 1908. He married Catherine CAMMOCK in 1893.
* Andrew Gilmour was the Waipawa County Road Engineer/Overseer (for 25 years by 1908), being in charge of the erection of 250 bridges and the construction of 500 miles of roads. He took up residence in Danevirke in 1892 on account of it being more central for his work. He built a residence of 6 rooms, having a good view of the town, at Mangatera on 21 acres be bought from Mr Carlson

GILMOUR James, 29 Jan 1911 aged 59
- buried Grave 54, Block H
- James was a Farmer in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke

GOGGIN Julia 1911 aged 66
- buried Grave
- Julia lived in Maharahara, Dannevirke

GOOCH William Arthur, 28 Sep 1911 aged 1
- buried Grave 30. Block H
- son of Arthur & Alice Maude GOOCH

GORDON Donald Kenneth, 5 June 1907 aged 2 weeks
- buried Grave 99, Block G
- son of John Albert GORDON & Elizabeth GUINAN

GREEN Beatrice, 17 Feb 1917 aged 48
- buried Grave 34, Block J with William

GREEN William Henry, 26 Dec 1908 aged 41
- buried Grave 34, Block j with Beatrice
- William was a Tea Planter. He lived in Edward St, Dannevirke

GREGG Caroline, 19 Aug 1929, aged 73
- buried Grave 97, Block G with husband Richard
- born 21 July 1856 in Magherabouy, Ireland. Caroline lived in Tiratu, Dannevirke

GREGG Richard, 4 Nov 1913 aged 59
- buried Grave 97, Block G with wife Caroline
- born 3 April 1854 in Ballynascadden, Ireland
- Richard was a Farmer in Mangatera, Dannevirke
- also see his family under daughter V FOR VICARY

GRIFFITHS Alfred Burgess, 18 July 1908 aged 57
- buried Grave 90. Block G
- Alfred was a Horticulturist. He was living in Miller St, Dannevirke in 1908
- he married Mary Jane MASON (1854-1938) in 1874. Known children were: Alfred Mason Griffiths (1874-1930) & Harry Mason Griffiths (1876-1890). Alfred Mason Griffiths married Alice Amy KENNEDY in 1906, he married Vivienne Elaine BOWYER in 1924

GRIMWOOD Annie Elizabeth Sarah (nee PATERSON), 27 Aug 1901 aged 59
- buried Grave 21, Block D
- married John GRIMWOOD in 1887
- aka Sarah Annie Grimwood
Bush Advocate, 27 August 1901 GRIMWOOD - On the 27th August, at her residence, McPhee street, Sarah Annie, the dearly beloved wife of John Grimwood, aged 59 years, after a long and painful illness

GRONNEBECK Bodil Marie (nee NISSEN), 27 Oct 1907 aged 85
- buried Grave 55, Block I
Bush Advocate, 28 October 1907
... GRONNEBECK: On the 27th October, at Dannevirke, Bodil Marie, relict of the late Jorgen Lorenzen Gronnebeck; aged 85 years
... We have to announce the death of another old settler, in the person of Mrs Bodil Marie Gronnebeck, which occurred yesterday at the residence of her daughter, Mrs P. Christiansen. The deceased lady, who had reached the ripe old age of 85 years, arrived in Napier on September 15, 1872, and had lived in Dannevirke for 35 years. Her husband predeceased her 12 years ago. The late Mrs Gronnebeck is survived by one son and one daughter living in Denmark, and by four daughters living in New Zealand. The names of the latter are: Mrs P. Christiansen (Anna Marie + Jens Peter Christiansen), Mrs C. C. Neilsen (Jorgine Helene + Carl Christian Neilsen) and Mrs McIntosh (Katrice + George McIntosh) of Dannevirke; Mrs Elmbranch of Auckland (Annie Hansina + Frederick Elmbranch). There are 29 grand-children, and two great grand-children. The late Mr and Mrs Gronnebeck took up the section on which the hospital now stands when they arrived at Dannevirke; and since her husband's death Mrs Gronnebeck had lived with her daughter, Mrs P. Christiansen, of McPhee street
... The Friends of the late Mrs Gronnebeck are respectfully informed that the funeral will leave the residence of her daughter, Mrs Christiansen, McPhee street, on Wednesday, 29th inst., at 2 p.m. FRAME & JOHNSTONE, Undertakers
note her son in Denmark was Soren Lorenzen Gronnebeck (1859-?)

GRONNEBECK Jorgen Lorenzen, 20 Oct 1895 aged 68
- buried Grave 57, Block I
- husband of Bodil Marie above

GUILLIARD Russell Cecil, 25 June 1909 aged 2 days
- buried Grave 37, Block K
- son of Arthur GUILLIARD (1888-1957) & Eva Grace Austin HARRIGAN (1891-1971)

GUNNION Joseph William Stanley 1900 aged 6 months
- buried Grave 10, Block D
- son of Joseph GUNNION (1873-1904) & Nora Amelia JANSEN (1871-1954)
the known children of JOSEPH & NORA:
1900 - 1900 Joseph William Stanley Gunnion
1902 - 1993 Valentine Frank Gunnion
1904 - Eileen Margaret Gunnion (+ Allan William Howard TILLEY in 1930)

GUNNION Joseph, 5 July 1904 aged 31
- buried Grave 2, Block F
- father of the above children
Bush Advocate, 5 July 1904
... We regret to have to record the death of Mr Joseph Gunnion, a wll-known resident of Dannevirke, which occurred to-day. The deceased had been in failing health for some time past, and the end was not unexpected. He leaves a widow and two young children to mourn their loss. The funeral will leave Tahoraite at 2.30 p.m. to-morrow
- his wife Nora remarried in 1907 to George EAGLE

GUNTER Lydia (widow, nee HANSEN), 20 Aug 1924 aged 59
- buried Grave 14, Block C with her son 'Tommy'
- Lydia was living in High St Dannevirke
- she married Thomas Edward Gunter in 1883
Daily Telegraph, 31 October 1883 GUNTER-HANSEN - At the Registry Office, Waipukurau, on October 24th, Thomas Edward Gunter, eldest son of Thomas Gunter, of Birmingham, England, to Lydia Hansen, second daughter of Samuel Hansen, Little Beach, Napier
the known children of THOMAS & LYDIA:
1884 - 1956 Lydia Elizabeth Louisa Gunter (+ Augustine Laurence QUINN in 1906)
- Lydia had a daughter, Amy Gunter in 1906 & 3 known Quinn sons
1885 - 1975 Ada Clarissa Gunter (+ George Potticarry HOLLAND in 1907)
1887 - ? Ada May Gunter
1891 - 1892 Thomas Samuel John 'Tommy' Gunter (aged 14 months)

GUNTER Thomas Samuel John 'Tommy', 19 April 1891 aged 14 months
- buried Grave 14, Block C with his mother Lydia above


... The A names ABBOTT to AYLWARD

... The B names BAER to BURTON

... The C names CALDER to CUNNINGHAM

... The D names DAILL to DUNSTALL

... The E names ECCLES to EVANSEN

... The F names FALCONER to FYFE

... The G names GAMMON to GUNTER

... The H names HAINES to HYNDES

... The I names ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN

... The J names JACOBI to JONES

... The K names KENNY to KUITI

... The L names LAMBERT to LYNN

... The M names MABERLY to MURRAY

... The N names NASH to NUTTALL

... The O names O'CONNOR to O'SULLIVAN

... The P names PALENSKY to PRIOR

... The R names RANKIN to RYAN

... The S names SARGISSON to SYKES

... The T names TACON to TWEEDDALE

... The V name VICARY

... The W names WALKER to WYSOCKI

... The Y name YOUNGHUSBAND

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FALCONER to FYFE buried Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

The people with the surname F who are buried in the
Settlers Cemetery DANNEVIRKE, Hawkes Bay New Zealand
indicates a link to a profile

FALCONER Elizabeth, 15 May 1905 aged 30 [Historical Record Only]
- conveyed to Masterton and buried Plot EF, Row 7, Plan V at Archer Street with husband Donald Lonttit Falconer (1859-1895) who was killed when felling trees on his brother David's property at Upper Fernridge

FARRELL Amelia Ruth (nee CURRAN), 31 Oct 1915 aged 24
- buried Grave 28, Block K with son Cyril Kenneth
- daughter of Thomas CURRAN & Emma BIRD
- Amelia married William George Farrell in 1908
their children:
1908 - Cyril Kenneth Farrell
1909 - Myrtle Gwendoline May Farrell
1911 - Vera Rose Farrell
1912 - Theodore Ronald Farrell
- lived in Tennyson St, Dannevirke

FARRELL Cyril Kenneth, 20 Oct 1908 aged 5 months
(database has 5.6 years)
- buried Grave 28, Block K with his mother Amelia (above)

FEATHERSTONE Isabella Mildred Whiffen 'Belle'
(nee HANNAY) 14 Aug 1908 aged 25
- (database has Eliza Mildred Khiffen)
- buried Grave 24, Block J with 6 day old daughter Maude Edith
- married Alfred Henry Featherstone in 1907
- lived in Umutaoroa, Dannevirke
- Isabella died 6 days after the birth of daughter Maude Edith
- Alfred remarried in 1909 to Margaret Winifred BRAMALD

FEATHERSTONE Maude Edith, 14 Aug 1908 aged 6 days
- buried Grave 24, Block J with mother Belle above

FERGUSON William, 16 Sep 1908 aged 7 days
(BDM has 7 days - cemetery database has 3 days)
- buried Grave 49, Block G
- lived in McPhee St, Dannevirke
- born 9 Sep 1908 to John Douglas FERGUSON & Catherine MATHESON
children of JOHN & CATHERINE:
1897 - John Alexander Ferguson
1898 - Catherine Elizabeth Ferguson
1902 - Flora Ferguson
1904 - Allan Douglas Ferguson
1906 - Jean Catherine Ferguson
1908 - 1908 William Ferguson (aged 7 days)
1911 - 1912 William Duncan Ferguson

FERGUSON William Duncan, 5 Jan 1912 aged 4 months
- buried Grave 38, Block I
- lived in Denmark St, Dannevirke

FIECKEN Christian George, 1913 aged 20
- buried Grave 45, Block B (double plot)
- son of Frederick FIECKEN & Marianne FRITZ (below)
- lived in Dannevirke

FIECKEN Frederick, 1947 aged 88
- buried Grave 91, Block B
- Frederick was a Blacksmith in Dannevirke
- the husband of Mary Ann FRITZ (below)

FIECKEN Marianne (nee FRITZ), 31 March 1945 aged 86
- buried Grave 90, Block B with husband Frederick
- married Frederick Fiecken in 1882
- lived in Dannevirke
the children of Frederick & Marianne:
1883 - Emma Matilda Fiecken - married Wilson Herbert NICOLL 1906
1885 - Frederick John Fiecken
1886 - Gustav Rudolf Fiecken - married Rose Ann O'HAGAN in 1910
1890 - Maria Catherina Fiecken
1893 - Christian George Fiecken
1901 - 1901 Wilhelm Ludvig Fiecken

FIECKEN Wilhelm Ludwig, 8 Dec 1901 aged 10 weeks
- buried Grave 50, Block D
- son of Frederick FIECKEN & Marianne FRITZ (above)

FIELD Sarah (nee CORBETT), 30 May 1908 aged 86
- buried Grave 21, Block J
- Sarah married William Field (1825-1880) in Ullingswick, Herefordshire in 1841
- they arrived into Wellington 30 Jan 1857 on the Indian Queen & settled in Carterton
NOTE Papers Past has a misprint of Jan 1875, which date has been copied from there by other researchers. However, the Indian Queen brought settlers to NZ in 1856-1857 & 1866-1867, then on 28 March 1867 the ship was destroyed by fire at Napier (just after landing the passengers)
- Sarah was living in Waterloo St, Dannevirke at her granddaughters home
Wairarapa Daily Times, 3 June 1908
... Mrs Sarah Field, relict of the late Mr William Field, of Carterton, who predeceased her about thirty years ago, died at the residence of her grand-daughter, Mrs Hennon (sic), at Dannevirke, on Tuesday last. She had reached the advanced age of 86 years, and the end was due to senile decay. The deceased lady, whose maiden name was Corbett, was born in Preston, Herefordshire, England. She married Mr William Field at Ullingswick in 1841, and together they arrived in New Zealand by the ship Indian Queen, in January 1875 (sic). A few years later they settled in the Three Mile Bush, now Carterton, where Mrs Field resided till her removal to Dannevirke, about a year ago. She had been in a weak state some months prior to her death

FILEWOOD Ann, 23 July 1910 aged 73
- buried Grave 71, Block J with James William
- lived in Burns St, Dannevirke

FILEWOOD James William, 12 Aug 1913 aged 80
- buried Grave 71, Block J with Ann
- born in Surrey, England to James William FILEWOOD & Susannah FIRTH
- James was a Labourer living in Burns St, Dannevirke

FINDLAY Agnes Ellen, 27 June 1906 aged 4.2
(database has Angus Ella)
- buried Grave 69, Block F
- a daughter of David FINDLAY & Rosina MIST who married in 1897
their known children:
1898 - Caroline Janet Findlay
1899 - Myrtle Mabel Findlay
1902 - Agnes Ellen Findlay
1906 - Jessie Rosina Findlay
1909 - Jean Findlay
1911 - Rosina Margaret Findlay

FISCHER Bernard Carl, 19 Jan 1908 aged 7 weeks
- buried Grave 36, Block F
- 2nd of 2 sons of Richard Max FISCHER & Mary Gwenda THOMSEN
- lived at Ruahine St, Dannevirke

FISCHER Richard Max, 4 Oct 1909 aged 43
- buried Grave 35, Block F
- Richard was a Storekeeper in Mangatera. He died of a fractured skull when driving his trap down a hill in Mangatera. The horse got out of control capsizing the vehicle
- he left a widow & 1 son. His wife Mary remarried in 1916 to Herbert Samuel TAYLOR

FIVEASH Annie Eliza (nee SKINNER), 12 Feb 1902 aged 57
- buried Grave 64, Block C
- married Thomas Fiveash (1849-1912) in September 1868 in Wadhurst, Sussex, had 8 children. Thomas was born in Wadhurst, Sussex, England to Thomas Fiveash & Mary Anne GIBBS
Bush Advocate, 13 February 1902
... FIVEASH - On Feb. 12, at the residence of her husband, Robjohns street, Dannevirke, Annie Elizam the beloved wife of Thomas Fiveash; aged 57 years. The funeral will leave the residence of mr Fiveash at 2.30 p.m. to-morrow for the Dannevirke cemetery
... We regret to have to record the death of Mrs T. Fiveash, which occurred at her husband's residence yesterday after about a fortnight's illness
Bush Advocate, 14 February 1902
... The funeral of the late Mrs Fiveash was held this afternoon. Rev E. Robertshawe conducted the burial service, and a large number of wreaths were forwarded by friends of the family. The large attendance at the funeral was evidence of the great esteem and respect in which the deceased lady was held

FORTUNE Albert John, 3 April 1900 aged 6 weeks
- buried Grave unknown
- son of John Hume FORTUNE & Annie Alice PECK
children of John & Annie:
1889 - John Fortune
1890 - Mary Elizabeth Fortune
1894 - Ethel Emily May Fortune
1895 - Florence Ada Fortune
1898 - Arthur Allan Fortune
1900 - Albert John Fortune
1906 - Eileen Susan Fortune
1908 - Gordon John Hume Fortune

FRAME Marjorie Lilian, 25 May 1907 aged 6 months
- buried Grave 100, Block G
- born 15 Nov 1906, 7th of 7 children of William George Francis FRAME (1868-1949), a Coachbuilder, & Mary JOHNSTONE who married in St Pauls Church, Napier 9 July 1892
the children of WILLIAM & MARY:
1893 - 1894 William Henry Frame
Hawkes Bay Herald, 10 Jan 1894 FRAME - At Napier on Tuesday, January 9th, 1894, William Henry, only child of William George Francis and Mary FRAME, aged 11 months
1894 - Agnes May Frame
1895 - Elsie 'Mabel' Frame
1897 - Maude Frame
1901 - George Edward Frame
1904 - Beatrice Mary Frame
1907 - Marjorie Lilian Frame (BDM has Margaret Lilian)
OF INTEREST
NZ Truth, 10 Feb 1912
What Happened at a Dannevirke Meeting

FRASER Archibald Ross, 7 Nov 1911 aged 72
- buried Grave 52, Block H
- lived in High St, Dannevirke

FRASER David, 26 Nov 1903 born still
- buried Grave 28, Block G
- son of David Henderson FRASER & Sarah HUTCHINSON

FRASER David Henderson, 18 Dec 1905 aged 31
- buried Grave 28 Block G
- David died at Wanganui Hospital

FRASER James Cumming, 21 Nov 1899 aged 51
- buried Grave unknown

FRASER James Lovatt, 20 Feb 1910 aged 72
- buried Grave 29, Block G
- he was a Settler & lived in Tennyson St, Dannevirke
His HEADSTONE READS: In loving memory of James L. Fraser, who died Feb. 20 1910, aged 72 years. Also of his son David H. Fraser, died Dec 18 1905, aged 32 years. Also of his grandson David, died in infancy

FRASER Margaret, 27 June 1916 aged 73
- buried Grave 27, Block G

FREEMAN Ada Emma, 1 April 1947 aged 61
- buried Grave 11, Block H with Anthony, Gertrude & Roger Freeman
- Ada mever married

FREEMAN Antony, 19 Oct 1941 aged 6 days
- buried Grave 11, Block H with Ada, Gertrude & Roger Freeman

FREEMAN Frederick William, 15 Sep 1956 aged 70
- buried Grave 13, Block H
- born 1886 to James Spier & Lucy FREEMAN

FREEMAN Gertrude Maud, 24 July 1956 aged 80
- buried Grave 11, Block H with Ada, Anthony & Roger Freeman
- Gertrude never married

FREEMAN James Spier, 22 Dec 1930 aged 78
- buried Grave 12, Block H with wife Lucy
- lived in Burns St Dannevirke & was the Secretary of the Hawkes Bay Jockey Club

FREEMAN Lucy, 6 March 1941 aged 93
- buried Grave 12, Block H with husband James

FREEMAN Roger, 30 Oct 1941 aged 16 days
- buried Grave 11, Block H with Ada, Anthony & Gertrude Freeman

FREEMAN Walter Yates, 22 June 1908 aged 17
- buried Grave 10, Block H
- lived in Burns St Dannevirke
- born 1890 to James Spier & Lucy FREEMAN
Bush Advocate, 22 June 1908 We regret to have to announce the death of Walter, the youngest son of Mr J. S. Freeman, which occurred at the hospital this afternoon. The deceased was a sturdy lad of 18, and came home from his employment at Waituna ill on Friday last. Mr and Mrs Freeman and their family will have the deep sympathy of many friends in their sad bereavement
Bush Advocate, 23 June 1908 FREEMAN - On June 22nd, 1908, at Dannevirke, Walter yates, third son of James and Lucy Freeman, in his 18th year. Will friends kindly accept this intimation
Bush Advocate, 25 June 1908 The funeral of the late Walter Yates Freeman was held this afternoon, and there was a large attendance of friends of the bereaved family. The service at the graveside was conducted by the Rev. E. Robertshawe, who was assisted by the Rev. F. W. Whibley. A number of wreaths and floral emblems were forward by sympathising friends. Mr and Mrs Freeman have received many kindly expressions of sympathy in their say bereavement

FRIIS Alfred Anderson, 4 July 1902 aged 33
- Grave 44, Block F
- son of Lauritz Andresen FRIIS & Mathea Caroline CHRISTOFFERSON
- killed in an accident
Bush Advocate, 4 July 1902 This morning a man named Alfred Friis was killed while employed in the Totara Sawmill Company's bush at Oringi. It appears that, at about 10 o'clock he was felling a tree when a dry linb came down and struck him. Deceased, who was a brother of Mrs W. Henderson, only commenced work at the Oringi sawmill last Monday. His parents are old residents of Dannevirke and he was a popular young man in the community, being highly esteemed and respected by his acquaintances. Deceased's relatives will have the sympathy of the townspeople in the sad bereavement they have sustained. The deceased, who was about thirty-two years of age and single, was killed instantly, being considerably injured by the falling limb.
The Inquest

FRIIS Lauritz Anderson, 1909 aged 50
- buried Grave 79, Block J
- he was a Sawmill Hand
- born in Denmark, Lauritz arrived in NZ with the early Scandinavian settlers about 1880. He married Mathea Caroline CHRISTOFFERSEN in 1881 & had 9 children
- they lived in Piri Piri, Dannevirke

FRIIS Marianne Pouline Christine (nee LAURIDSEN), 2 Feb 1894 aged 67
- Grave 46, Block C
- Marianne was born 12 Nov 1825 in Staby, Ringkobing. She married Johann Peter Andresen Friis (1827-1908 of Solderup,) in Hostrup, Tonder in 1855 and emigrated to NZ in 1875 with 5 children

FRY Walter, 11 Oct 1908 aged 55
- buried Grave 25, Block K
- Walter was a Boot Maker living in Tahoraiti, Dannevirke
Dominion, 16 October 1908 The death is announced in the Dannevirke Hospital of Mr Walter Fry, formerly of Masterton, aged 54 years. The late Mr Fry arrived in New Zealand in 1857, when only an infant, writes oour Wairarapa correspondent, and resided for a number of years with his family at Hutt, and then for a lengthy period at Featherston
NOTE c1897: Fry and Sons (Daniel Thomas, Henry Arthur, and Walter Fry), Bootmakers, Revans Street, Featherston. Bankers, Bank of Australasia. Estab. 1860.

FYFE George, 21 April 1909 aged 3 weeks
- buried Grave 36, Block K
(BDM has aged 16 days)

... The A names ABBOTT to AYLWARD

... The B names BAER to BURTON

... The C names CALDER to CUNNINGHAM

... The D names DAILL to DUNSTALL

... The E names ECCLES to EVANSEN

... The F names FALCONER to FYFE

... The G names GAMMON to GUNTER

... The H names HAINES to HYNDES

... The I names ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN

... The J names JACOBI to JONES

... The K names KENNY to KUITI

... The L names LAMBERT to LYNN

... The M names MABERLY to MURRAY

... The N names NASH to NUTTALL

... The O names O'CONNOR to O'SULLIVAN

... The P names PALENSKY to PRIOR

... The R names RANKIN to RYAN

... The S names SARGISSON to SYKES

... The T names TACON to TWEEDDALE

... The V name VICARY

... The W names WALKER to WYSOCKI

... The Y name YOUNGHUSBAND