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settlers of WELLSFORD New Zealand

In October 1862 the vessels HANOVER and MATILDA WATTENBACH arrived in Auckland with the first settlers from England. A number of these settlers established themselves at Port Albert, on the Kaipara Coast. They called themselves the Albertlanders, after Prince Albert, Queen Victoria's consort. They were a "breakaway group from the Anglican Church looking for a new world".

However, not many of the settlers arrived at Port Albert and the ones who did found it difficult to make a living. The majority of the Albertlanders moved inland to more fertile areas in the region.
As a result, Wellsford was founded

... According to local tradition the origin of the name Wellsford is believed to be an acronym based on the surnames of the first families who settled in the region.
These names were:
WATSON, WHITE & WORKER
EDGER - the Reverend Samuel Edger
LESTER
LEVET
STEWART, SCOTT, STARK & SIMPSON
FOSTER
OLDFIELD
RAMSBOTTOM, RUSHBROOK & RISHWORTH
DIBBLE

The LESTER FAMILY tree is tracing the ancestors and descendenets of Charles Bertram LESTER, born in Albertland in 1867, 8km west of WELLSFORD, north Auckland, a son of Robert & Augusta Lester (would like help with this branch please)

It is tracing the ancestors and descendents of Sir William Houston STEWART (1822-1901) a British naval officer who was Controller of the Royal Navy from 1872 to 1881, a son of Admiral of the Fleet Sir Houston Stewart (1791-1875). William Houston Stewart is sometimes referred to as William Houston Shaw-Stewart; his paternal grandfather was Sir Michael Shaw-Stewart, 6th Baronet (1766-1825)
- this line has traced back to Robert the Bruce

It is also tracing the ancestors and descendents of an early Australian convict, 18 year old Andrew Snowden, who was transported to NSW in 1791 to serve a 7 year sentence for stealing teaspoons. His son Henry John Davis ("Rewiti") Snowden was to move to New Zealand and marry (as his 2nd wife) a daughter of the Maori chief of Whangaroa, Te Ururoa.
Three of Henrys sister-in-law Reta FLAVELL (nee Ururoa)'s children married 3 of his children ...

children of Chief Te Ururoa of Whangaroa

Chief Te Ururoa was a Maori chief of Whangaroa and brother-in-law of Hongi Hika, a New Zealand Maori rangatira (chief) and war leader of the Ngapuhi iwi (tribe)

He married Patungahere (would like to know what year)
the known children I have, all born in Pupuke, Northland were:
* Hema Ururoa - married Rangi Puhi
* Heke Ururoa - married Miriama Ngakaikorere
* Paora Ururoa
* Retakino Ururoa
- born 1819
- married Thomas Flavell
- (3 of their children married 3 children of Henry John Davis `Rewiti` SNOWDEN who was born in Parramatta NSW in 1811 and who married a sister of Retakino, see below)
- Retakino & Thomas Flavell had:
1849-1902 Ellen Flavell
married Andrew Snowden
1852-1910 John William Flavell
married Ellen Snowden
1857-1916 William Flavell
married Margaret Mary Downes
1858-1947 Annie Flavell
married Robert Snowden

Erana `Ellen` Raupane Ururoa
- born 1823
- married Henry John Davis "Rewiti" Snowden in 1858 at Waimate as his 2nd wife, 16 years after the birth of their 1st child, between the births of their 8th and 9th children, daughters Eleanor and Isabella
- they had 9 children
- Henry had been married to Sophia Jaques in about 1833 in Australia and had 5 children, in Prospect, Parramatta Australia and Whangaroa NZ. Their 4th child, Mary Ann Snowden married John Semple in 1860, a son of theirs, Theodore Francis Semple was born in 1861 in Matakana, Wellsford and married Mary Margaret Stirling of Carlton, Victoria in Melbourne. Theodore was an engineer in Perth West Australia, great grandson of the Chief of Whangaroa and buried in the Fremantle Cemetery, Perth in 1905 (his wife Mary died in 1904 in Coburg, Victoria now a suburb of Melbourne)

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burials WAIKARAKA cemetery AUCKLAND - 1890-1906 - (G to M)

Some early names of Onehunga, Auckland

Waikaraka Cemetery is located at 1 Alfred Street in Onehunga Auckland

The first burial took place in 1890 and the cemetery continues to operate.
The burial register for Waikaraka Cemetery contains information about people who were buried in the cemetery from 1890-1906.
The database includes the following details: date of warrant &warrant number, the name of deceased, occupation, residence, date of death, where the deceased last came from, age, native place and date of burial. The database is a partial transcript but for full details of entries in the record book you can visit the Auckland City Council archives research room. These details include cause of death,
denomination, years in province, where buried (class, block, section, lot), fees, name of informant, and remarks

The following names were taken from their database
Index for Waikaraka Cemetery Record Book and for quick research reasons.
More information on each person can be seen at the link

Plot Numbers & Inscriptions were taken from this site:
Cemetery Records, Waikaraka and others

Anything in italics is my addition

PAGE 1 - ADAMS to FURMAGE
PAGE 2 - GALLAGHER to MURTAGH
PAGE 3 - NEAL to ZAINEY

GALLAUGHER, John, 30 May 1905 (aged 7 hours) of Mount Albert
- born 29th May 1905, a twin with sister Elizabeth
- children of Joseph & Carrie GALLAUGHER
- (Elizabeth died aged 6 hours, burial not known)
GARLAND, Charles Scott, June 1905, of Onehunga aged 1 day
- son of Edward Seaman GARLAND & lydia Louisa SCOPES
GEMMILL, Robert Templeton 1838-1905, of Troon, Ayrshire
- emigrated 1875
- on the above index link but not on their cemetery records
GIBBONS, Nicholas S 1836-1900, of Newfoundland
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Nicholas Gibbons died 3 July 1900 aged 62 yrs. Also his wife Matilda Lavinia died 20 May 1907 aged 70 yrs"
(sep headstone) "In loving remembrance of Anona Sylvie Gibbons died 11 July 1911 aged 2 yrs, Also John Charles Gibbons died 18 July 1911 aged 5 yrs"
(sep headstone) "In loving remembrance of our dear parents Thomas Frederick Laurie Gibbons died 4 Nov 1939 aged 74 yrs. And Laura Jane Gibbons died 7 July 1960 aged 88 yrs. Also our sister Dorothy Moana loved wife of Jack Lawrence died 23 Sept 1960"
GIBSON, Mary (nee HANDLEY) 1849-1899
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Mary beloved wife of Harrison Gibson died 12 Nov 1899 aged 50 yrs"
- Mary married Harrison Diggery Ward Gibson (1847-1900) in Wanganui 1869. They had: Ethel Miriam, Francis Harrison, Olive Margaret, Alfred Harrison, Mary, Annie Kathleen & Raymond
GOBBERT, Auguste 1839-1900 of Germany
- farmer of 84 acres at Litle Muddy Creek, Auckland in 1873
- inscription reads "In loving memory of August Gobbert died 18 April 1900 aged 62 yrs. Also Hazel Slater beloved dau of G & E Slater died 9 June 1912 in her 19th yr. Also Elizabeth beloved wife of George Slater died 11 May 1924 aged 53 yrs"
(sep plaque) "And of her beloved husband George Slater died 26 Dec 1930 aged 67"
GOLDSBURY, Constance Nelly 1898-1899 of Burrow England
- arrived in Auckland from Ipswich/Woodbridge with her parents George Frederick (1842-1916) & Annie Maria (1846-1926) Goldsbury and siblings, Ernest, Albert, Lilian, Alfred & Sydney in 1880 on the BEN NEVIS, also with her father's brother Alfred Goldsbury & family
- buried with her parents Area 1 Block G Lot No 6 & 12
GOODSON, Mary Kanoline Melita 1903-1904 of Whangarei
- daughter of Matthew John GOODSON (1863-1919) & Mary Catherine CONNELL (1882-1958)
- other children were: Mary Eileen, Kathleen Leila & John Newton
GORDON, Martha 1869-1904, of Omagh Ireland
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Martha dearly beloved wife of Thomas H Gordon Thomas Hamilton (1860-1928) died 25 May 1904 aged 35 yrs"
GORDON, William 1877-1905, Seaman of Tasmania
- Aged 28, Area 3 Block 3 Lot No 57A
GOSLING, Aileen Winifred Margaret 1899-1902 of Wellington
- inscription reads "Of your charity etc, Alice Hilda Gosling and her beloved children Aileen & James. Also Thomas who died of wounds in France. And Alice Higgs beloved dau of the above RIP
GOSLING, James Bernard Vincent 1895-1903 of Wellington
- see sister Aileen above
GOUGH, Daniel 1834-1905 of Shivan Ireland
- inscription reads "Sacred to the memory of Daniel Gough died 17 July 1905 aged 71 yrs. Also Mary his wife died 5 Oct 1906 aged 67 yrs RIP. Daniel beloved husband of Bessie Gough died at Perth 3 Jan 1918 aged 51 RIP. Francis beloved husband of Kate Gough died 31 May 1920 aged 52"
GOUGH, Mary 1839-1906 (NOTE: not on the database as a 1890-1906 burial but Mary died in Oct 1906 and is buried with Daniel, (see above)
GREEN, Charles 1857-1902, of Sweden
- Fallen Headstone inscription reads "Of your charity etc, Charles Green died 26 Sept 1902. Also his wife Sarah Jane Green (possibly nee CAUGHMAUD) died 26 Aug 1937. Annie Caroline McMahon died 28 June 1964. Also Roland McMahon died 7 Feb 1913. Gerard Pole died 19 Sept 1940. And John Griffith Pole died 28 Dec 1945 RIP" (grave reopened)
GRIEVE, William 1879-1905, of Scotland
- inscription reads "In loving memory of William dearly beloved son of John & Annie Grieve died 24 June 1905 aged 26 yrs. Also his father John Grieve died 15 Mar 1933 aged 75 yrs. And his mother Annie McA (McArthur) Grieve died 5 Dec 1935 aged 80 yrs. Erected by his brothers and sisters"
GRIMES, Isabella 1858-1904, of Ireland
- inscription reads "Of your charity etc, Isabella Grimes died 5 Dec 1904 aged 46 yrs RIP"
GROGAN, Vera Josephine 1904-1904 of Auckland
- aged 3 months, Area 3 Block 6 Lot No 15
GUNNING, John 1845-1903, of Ireland
- married Martha LINN (1843-1928) in 1879
- children were: Maria, Mary, Robert James & William George
GUNSON, John James 1905-1905
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Mary Josephine (nee MERRICK)beloved wife of John Gunson (1880-1948) died 11 Nov 1918 aged 38 yrs. Also their son John James Gunson aged 3 mths"

HADFIELD, Park Feb 1906 (aged 1 day)
- daughter of Tom (1857-1921) & Mary Hannah (1860-1946) HADFIELD
HALLEY, Cyril James 1905-1905 (aged 17 days)
- no parents found
HAMMERTON, John 1840-1906, of Engand
- inscription reads "In loving memory of John Hamerton died 22 Jan 1906 aged 66 yrs" - Note spelling Hammerton/Hamerton
HAMPTON, Elizabeth 1891-1891 (aged 3 weeks)
- daughter of George HAMPTON & Elizabeth
- born Nov 1891, possibly a prem baby, she had a brother Thomas Herbert Hampton born April 1891
HANNAH, James 1851-1905, of England
- Area 2 Block M Lot No 29
HARDING, Myra Ethel Irene 17-9-1904-1906 (aged 20 months)
- only child of Frederick & Myra HARDING
- her mother Myra died 9 days after her birth aged 25
- her father Frederick remarried in 1906 to Helen CRAWLEY
HARGREAVE, Anne 1838-1904, of London England
- inscription reads "Sacred to the memory of Anne beloved wife of Wm P (William Philip 1834-1910)Hargrave died 20 Aug 1904 aged 66 yrs RIP" - Note spelling Hargrave/Hargreave
HARRIS, Alfred William 1888-1891, of Ballarat Australia
- aged 2.4 - Area 3 Block 2 Lot No 12
HARRIS, Roy 1895-1902, of Onehungs
- inscription has "Sacred to the memory of Harold Roy Harris died 25 July 1902 aged 5 years 8 months"
HARRIS, March 1906, Stillborn child of Mrs W.F. Khyber pass
HARRISON, August Leonard 1904-1905, of Gisborne
- son of Frederick William HARRISON & Mary Lottie UNDERHILL (1876-1937)
HARRISON, Charles John 1815-1904, of England
- inscription reads "Sacred to the memory of Charles John Harrison died 10 July 1904 aged 89 yrs. Also his son A Wildon Harrison died 11 Mar 1936 aged 79 yrs"
HART, Charles O'Meara 1845-1905, of Melbourne
- Area 3 Block 6 Lot No 58
HART, George 1833-1900, of Ireland
- Area 2 Block P Lot No 1
HARTSHORN, William 1830-1905, of England
- inscription reads "In memory of William Hartshorn died 5 April 1905 aged 75 yrs"
HARWOOD, Albert William Thomas 1906-1906, of Remuera
- son of William Francis Herbert & Rose HARWOOD
HASLIP, Margaret (nee McPIKE) 1831-1903, of Ireland
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Ruben Haslip died 11 Sept 1887 aged 65 yrs. Also Margaret beloved wife of the above died 18 May 1903 aged 72 yrs. Also Charlotte Weber (married Charles Bernard WEBER in 1894) beloved dau of Margaret & Ruben Haslip aged 75 yrs"
HAYTER, Ellen Christina 1900-1901, of Onehunga
- daughter of William James Frederick HAYTER (1873-1964) & Hannah Lizzie HARKER
- 4 known sons were: William James Barniggham, Edward George, Seymour Bousfield & Ernest Victor
- William (father) is buried with his 2nd wife Maggie at Waikaraka
HAYWARD, Theodore 1861-1902, Admiral's Steward, HMS Royal Arthur
HAYWOOD, Robert 1825-1890, shopkeeper Onehunga, of England
- possibly a brother of Thomas below as they are buried together
HAYWOOD Thomas 1816-1891, Storekeeper Onehunga, of England
- possibly a brother of Robert above as they are buried together
HEALEY, Thomas 1834-1906, of Ireland
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Thomas Healey died 2 Mar 1906. Also his loving wife Rachel died 11 July 1939 aged 76 yrs"
HEALEY, William Joseph 1831-1906, of Ireland
- inscription reads (verse at top of headstone) "Sacred to the memory of William Joseph Healey dearly beloved husband of Margaret Healey died 1 May 1906 aged 83 yrs late of 58th Reg. served in the Maori War under the command of Col. Wynyard. Sacred to the memory of dear mother, widow of the above, died 8 Nov 1921 in her 99th yr (actually 94th). Also of their dau Hannah Healey died 7 Aug 1936 aged 87 yrs"
HEALEY, Eliza 1834-1901, of England
- wife of Patrick Healey
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Eliza Healy died 14 Sept 1901. And her loving dau Agnes died 17 Feb 1924 aged 53 yrs"
HEMUS, Solomon 1816-1904, of Birmingham England, one of Auckland's earliest settlers and a promenent figure in the Wesleyan Church was a wholesale boot and shoe manufacturer in Karangahape Rd and Queen St, lived in Mahurangi for a tme. Was the agent for the NZ Temperance Mission, one of those who started the Good Templars in Onehunga 1874. Secretary of the Auckland Total Abstinence Society in 1875. In 1882 Soloman was escribed as a 'temperance reformer of 40 years standing' giving lectures around the Colony on the subject of "Total Abstinence and Reform" - buried with Mary Ann Hemus (1818-1909)
- eldest daughter Leah married Charles PLUMMER in 1868
- a son Charles, a bootmaker of Star Boot & Shoe Store, Queen St, married Gertrude Evangleine EDGER in 1875
- a son Henry was also in business as a boot & shoe manufacturer
- his 3rd son George, a bootmaker/manufacturer, married Frances Harwood KEANE in 1868
HENDERSON, Percy Donald 1904-1905, of Auckland
- aged 2 months, parents not found, Area 3 Block 2 Lot No 3A
HENDRY, John 1885-1906, Clerk, of New Plymouth
- on the Index List, not in the Cemetery Database
HENNESSY, Rev. John Valentine 1860-1901, Catholic Priest of Ireland. Spelt Hennessey on BDM
- inscription reads "Rous I.V. Hennessy Galviensi in Hibernia Anno 1857 Natus Obiit Tamesi In Nova Zealandia Die 27 Maii 1901 RIP"
HENRY, Ruby May, Oct 1904 - Feb 1905 aged 4 months
- daughter of Kate Clare Henry, father not recorded at birth
- Kate married John Milton WHITHAM (1873-1938) in September 1905
- 2 known sons were: George Patrick Milton & John Hartley Whitham
HERBERT, George Payne 1843-1904, of America
- inscription reads "In loving memory of George Herbert died 14 Jan 1904. Also his wife Sarah died 17 Aug 1918. Erected by their children. Also James Readshaw dearly beloved husband of Mabel Smith died 10 July 1919. Also Mabel Smith relict of the above died 31 Oct 1934. Also Nellie Herbert died 10 Dec 1922"
HEWITT, Harriet 1867-1906 (married) at Northcote
- on the Index List, not in the Cemetery Database
HICKEY, Joseph 1875-1905 of Liverpool
- Area 2 Block Q Lot No 96
HILLS, Daniel 1818-1902, of London England
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Daniel beloved husband of Mary Ann Hills died 24 Mar 1902 in his 85th yr. Also Frank Charles Oswald son of the above died 15 Feb 1907 aged 28 yrs. Jessie Hills died 20 Feb 1931. Mary Ann loved wife of Daniel died 6 Mar 1938 in her 103rd yr. Also Nellie Christina their beloved dau died 24 Aug 1926 aged 51 yrs
HIRST, Henry 1826-1905, of Lancashire England
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Henry beloved husband of Ann Hirst born 13 Nov 1826 Padiham Lancashire England died 4 July 1905. Also in memory of Elizabeth beloved first wife of above died 21 June 1877 aged 56 yrs. Susanna dau of above died 11 June 1977 aged 16 yrs. Also In loving memory of Ann Hirst beloved wife of Henry Hirst died 19 Aug 1924 aged 85 yrs. Beloved by all"
HOBSON, Ellen Russell 1899-1902, of Mercer Waikato
- daughter of Abraham HOBSON (1848-died 10th Feb 1900, 3 months after the birth of Ellen Above) & Elizabeth Mary Ellen RUSSELL (1861-1937). Their children were: Mary Bridget married Hugh McGUIRE, Elizabeth Ellen (1882-1888), Anne Susan married William Alfred Samuel Thomas BROMFIELD, William Thomas (Sept 1887-died aged 6 weeks), Abraham John Gaul (1889-1936), Ida Evelyn, Grace Gertrude, George Charles Edward (1896-1936) & Ellen Russell
HODGE, Nellie Alma Beatrice 1905-1905, of Auckland
- aged 7 weeks, daughter of Edwin HODGE (1876-1933) & Ellen Austin MOIR (1887-1951)
HOGAN, Simon 1846-1904, of Tipperary
- aged 58, Area 3 Block 6 Lot No 2
HOLDEN, Alfred James 1827-1904
- aged 77, Area 3 Block 8 Lot No 35
HOLLIS, Detective, June 1904
- parents not known
HOLMES, Ivaleigh Hazel Lillian 1901-1903, of Auckland
- daughter of Melville & Mary Ann HOLMES. Other NZ born children were: Cyril Melville, Elsie May, William Maurice & Eva Irene Myrtle
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Mary Ann beloved wife of Melville Holmes died 13 July 1932 aged 66 yrs. Also Iverleign dau of above (Mary Ann) died 24 Oct 1902 aged 13 mths. Also Melville loved husband of above died 22 June 1938 aged 74"
(sep plaque) "Also Mabel Osborne loved dau of the above (Mary Ann) died 12 June 1959 aged 66 yrs"
HOOPER, Alfred Nathaniel 1875-1905, of Auckland
- son of Matthew HOOPER (1846-1902) & Catherine MARTIN (1840-1882)
- husband of Eliza May Fisher
HOOPER, Thomas William 1903-1903 (aged 3 days)
- son of Alfred Nathaniel HOOPER (above) & Eliza May FISHER
- they also had a son Alfred Richard Hooper, born 4 months before his father died - Eliza remarried in 1906 to John Joseph QUIGG
HOPPER, Martha 1852-1904, of England
- inscription reads "In loving memory of James beloved husband of Annie Watson died 1 Feb 1906 aged 82 yrs. Also the above Annie Watson died 2 Aug 1920 in her 82nd yr. Also of Martha Hopper sister of the above died 24 Dec 1905 aged 52 yrs." (sep plague) "In loving memory of William M Hopper died 10 April 1919 aged 73 yrs
HORSBURGH, Thomas (database has HORSBRUGH) 1816-1901 of Scotland - inscription reads "In memory of Thomas Horsbrugh born at Cupar Fife Scotland 17 Mar 1816 died 20 Aug 1901" (note the spelling of Horsbrugh, written as it is sounded)
HOWARD, Jack 1904-1905, of Auckland
- son of George HOWARD & Amy Ada ROWE (married 1907)
- a daughter, Doris Amy/May Howard was born 1897
- inscription on his mother's headstone reads "In loving memory of Amy Ada beloved wife of George Howard died 26 May 1914 aged 47 yrs. Also George Howard died 17 Oct 1937 aged 75 yrs. Also Rose Smart of Nelson. (sep headstone) In loving memory of Little Jack
HOWARD, Sylvester 1846-1903, of America, aged 55
- Seaman on the Barque Mary L Cushing, - Area 3 Block 2 Lot No 28
HUGHES, Albert Edward 1901-1902, aged 15 months
- son of Albert HUGHES & Elizabeth Clara SALT
- buried Area 1 Block C Lot No 1 with his 3 sisters (below)
HUGHES, Ethel 1899-1900, of Onehunga
- daughter of Albert HUGHES & Elizabeth Clara SALT
- twin with Gladys, born 19th May 1899
- died 26th Feb 1900 aged 9 months
- buried with her 3 siblings
HUGHES, Gladys 1899-1900, of Onehunga
- daughter of Albert HUGHES & Elizabeth Clara SALT
- twin with Ethel, born 19th May 1899
- died 3rd March 1900 aged 9 months
- buried with her 3 siblings
HUGHES, Ethel Marion 1904-1905, of Onehunga
- daughter of Albert HUGHES & Elizabeth Clara SALT
- born 26th August 1904
- died 5th September 1905 aged 1
- buried with her 3 siblings (above)
The children of Albert (1863-1907) & Elizabeth (1866-1951):
- (they are also buried here Area 1 Block C Lot No 19 & 19B)
1885 Edward John Hughes
1888 Harold Lancelot Hughes
- died 1942 aged 53 - Area 1 Block C Lot No 25B
1890 Alice Marion Hughes
1892-1973 Albert William Hughes
1894 Norman Hughes Corporal NZEF, 14th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Battalion, A Company, killed in action Belgium 23 June 1917 - Messines Ridge (NZ) Memorial & Auckland War Memorial Museum
1899 Ethel Hughes (above)
1899 Gladis Hughes (above)
1901 Albert Edward Hughes (above)
1904 Ethel Marion Hughes (above)
HUNTER, Marcella 1854-1904, of Ireland
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Marsella the beloved wife of James Hunter died 8 Aug 1904 aged 52 yrs RIP" )Note spelling Marcella/Marsella)
- Marcella emigrated into Auckland with her husband James and 1 year old William on the BRODICK CASTLE which left London on 7th Oct 1875, arriving 23rd March 1876
- other children born in NZ were: 1877 Ann, 1883 John Patrick
- her husband James Henry Hunter (1841-1928) is buried with her
HUTCHISON, John George 1835-1905, of Scotland
- inscription reads "In loving memory of John George Hutchison of The Springs Onehunga born 4 Jan 1835 died 15 Sept 1905. Also the beloved wife of the above Isabella Hutchison who was the first child born in Onehunga of European parents died 14 November 1930 aged 86 yrs"
HUTCHISON, Joshua 1840-1905, of Ireland
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Joshua beloved husband of Maria Beirne Hutchison died 23 Aug 1905 aged 65 years. In loving memory of Maria Beirne wife of Joshua Hutchison died 8 Mar 1911 aged 64 yrs"
HUTCHISON, Robert 1889-1905
- Area 2 Block Q Lot No 2

INKSTER, Walter Goodison 1905-1906 aged 8 months
- son of Annie Inkster, father not recorded at birth

JACKSON, Francis 1827-1892, of Wigtonshire, Scotland
- aged 64, Area 3 Block 8 Lot No 1
JACKSON, George Joseph 1834-1899, of England
- inscription reads "In loving memory of George Joseph Jackson JP died 23 Sept 1899 in his 66th yr. Also his beloved wife Marie died 14 Aug 1916" - (sep headstone) "In everloving memory of Erica May 'Bonnie' youngest dau of C J (Cyril James) & M V (Mercy Vaile) Byles died 6 Feb 1923" (aged 17)
JAMES, Lewis Albert Murray 1864-1904, born in Auckland
- (database has Lewis Albert Muir)
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Emma Mary Houltham (1871-1949)died 4 Oct 1949 aged 78 yrs, a devoted mother. Also her dearly loved brother Lewis James died 20 May 1904 aged 40 yrs"
JARDINE, Agnes 1844-1906, of Glasgow
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Alexander (Alexander Jardine McDougall, 1884-1908) the beloved husband of Mabel McDougall (nee RHODES)who was accidentally drowned at Orewa whilst making a brave attempt to rescue his wife 18 Feb 1908 aged 24 yrs. (Mabel remarried in 1914 to David Joseph Frederick Langley). In loving memory of Agnes Jardine died 23 Mar 1906 aged 59 yrs"
JEFFERY, Reginald James Edward 1902-1902, of Ponsonby
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Reginald beloved son of James W & Kate Jeffery died 3 Dec 1902 aged 11 weeks. Also their dau Violet died 12 Nov 1915 aged 26 yrs" (sep plaque) Kate (Katherine Louisa O'HERN) died 28 Jan 1937 aged 77. And her loved husband James William died 4 Aug 1945 aged 85. Also their dau May (Victoria May) died 17 July 1970 aged 71"
JENKINSON, Robert 1871-1903
- inscription reads "Of your charity etc Robert Jenkinson Jnr died 26 May 1903. Robert Jenkinson 22 Aug 1913 (aged 79). Margaret Jenkinson 1 Aug 1936 (Margaret Maria nee SLATTERY aged 88) RIP"
JOHNS, Iris Mabel 1889-1905, of Dunedin
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Iris Mabel beloved dau of C (Cornelius) & A (Annabella) Johns died 15 June 1905 aged 16 yrs. Also (William) Cornelius Johns beloved husband of Annabella Johns died 18 June 1923 aged 74 yrs. Also Annabella Johns beloved wife of the above died 11 April 1933 aged 82 yrs"
(sep headstone) " In loving memory of my dear mother Bessie Mabey died 21 June 1939 aged 59 yrs" - (Bessie was the 1st of Cornelius & Annabella's NZ born children. Others were: Minnie Matilda, Thomas George, William Ernest, Jessie Amelia, Iris Mabel)
(sep plaque) " Our darling Baby asleep 29 April 1931"
JOHNSON, Charles Cavanagh 1904-1905, of NZ
- database has Johnston - aged 7 months
- son of Carl Peter JOHNSON & Mary Ann CAVANAGH
- the children of Carl & Mary Ann were: 1898 Marie Kathleen, 1900 John Carl, 1901 Bernard Mark, 1904 Charles Cavanagh
JOHNSON, Cecil 1905-1906, of Onehunga
- aged 4 months. Son of James William JOHNSON & May DUNN
JOHNSON, Eleanor 1853-1906, of Ireland
- inscription reads "In loving remembrance of Eleanor Logan the beloved wife of William Johnston died 20 Jan 1906 aged 53 yrs. Also William Johnston beloved husband of the above died 24 June 1917 aged 83 yrs" Note spelling Johnson/Johnston
JOHNSON, Ellen 'Nellie' 1886-1903, unmarried, of Epsom Auckland
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Nellie dearly beloved dau of Sarah (& Alexander) Johnson died 4 May 1903 aged 17 yrs 9 mths"
JOHNSTON, Charles Hugh 1873-1905, Seaman of NZ
- aged 32. Area 1 Block D Lot No 13
JOHNSTON, Edward Charles 1905-1905, of Parnell
- aged 6 months. Son of David Campbell JOHNSTON & Maria Leighton CARSON
JOHNSTON, John Gilbert 1827-1899, of Shetland Isles
- database has Johnson. Aged 72. Area 3 Block 8 Lot No 18
JONES, Arthur Stanley 1891-1891, of NZ
- born 22 Oct 1891 a twin son of Henry Samuel & Martha JONES
- the other twin was Herbert Spencer Jones
JONES, John 1843-1903, of Cork Ireland
- aged 60. Area 3 Block 2 Lot No 27

KEARIN, Catherine 1906-1906 of Onehunga
- aged 8 days. Daughter of Maurice Patrick KEARIN & Catherine Christina HOLTON. Buried with mother Catherine (1882-1962), father Patrick (1878-1955) & grandfather? Patrick Manners Kearin (1856-1904)
KEARIN, Patrick Manners 1856-1904, of Ireland
- Area 1 Block F Lot No 14, see above
KEATING, John 1839-1902, of Ireland
- inscription reads "Of your charity etc, Edward beloved husband of Kate Keating died 6 July 1918 aged 52 yrs RIP. Also Kate beloved wife of the late Edward Keating died 7 May 1956 aged 89 yrs. Of your charity etc, John Keating died 3 June 1902 aged 69 yrs. And his wife Bridget died 14 Sept 1956 aged 75 yrs RIP. Of your charity etc, Mary dearly beloved wife of J Stone died 21 Sept 1919 aged 54 yrs RIP"
KEEGAN, Clifford Frederick 1905-1905
- aged 7 weeks, 10th of 10 children of John KEEGAN & Louisa Elizabeth MERRICK. Their children were: 1884 Evelyn Constance, 1885 Lucy May, 1887 Grace Madeline, 1889 Kames Henry, 1891 John Osborne, 1893 George Ernest, 1896 Eliza Dorothy, 1899 Emmeline Alice, 1901 Herbert Roy, 1905 Clifford Referick
KEESING, Violet Alberta 1902-1902
- aged 5 months, daughter of Abraham Henry & Isabella KEESING
KELLY, John 1836-1901, of Galway Ireland
KELLY, Leonard Joseph 1901-1902, of Onehunga
KELLY, Leslie Stuart 1877-1900, of NZ
KELSALL, Walter 1852-1903, of England
KEMP, Henry Tacy 1819-1901, of England
KENDALL, Georgina 1906-1906, of NZ
KENNEDY, John 1856-1904, of Kuaotunu
KILGOUR, John William Vernon, March 1902 (aged 3 days)
KILIAN, John Bernard 1839-1905, of Cape Town, South Africa
KILNER, Thelma 1906-1906, of Auckland
KING, John 1831-1904, of Ireland
KLUBER, Alfred 1867-1902, of Kaupo
KNAPMAN, Owen James 1884-1905, of Auckland

LAING, James Edward 1867-1904, jockey of Ellerslie Auckland
LALEAN [LE LEION?], Edward 1845-1904, of France
LANDERS, John 1827-1905, of Tipperary
LANGTON, Tom, April 1906 (aged 2 days)
LAWLER, Margaret 1838-1904, of Ireland
LEATHART, Elizabeth 1848-1901, nee Williamson of NZ
LECOMTE, Caroline, Feb 1906 (aged 2 days)
LEE, Alfred George 1873-1905, of NZ
LEE, Henry 1874-1904 (died in hospital)
LETHAM, Frederick Henry 1890-1904, of Auckland
LETHAM, Gladys Rae 1905-1905 (aged 5 months)
LETHAM, Owen Roy Clifton 1881-1906, boilermaker of NZ
LISTER, Christopher Laing 1901-1904, of Scotland
LISTER, John Alexander 1898-1904, of Scotland
LISTER, William Miller 1903-1904, of Scotland
LOCKE, Samuel Joseph 1885-1906, Brewer of NZ
LONG, Albert John 1879-1904, School Teacher of London
LONGMAN, Sarah Ann 1846-1905 of England
LOWRIE, William 1876-1904, School Teacher of NZ
LOVATT, Catherine 1832-1905, of Sheffield England
- inscription reads: "In loving memory of George Lovatt died 26 Nov 1907 aged 76 yrs. Also Catherine wife of the above died 26 April 1905 aged 73
LOVERIDGE, Emily Margaret of Onehunga March 1901 aged 4
- daughter of John LOVERIDGE & Margaret COOMBES
- Area 3 Block 3 Lot No 1
LOVERIDGE, Margaret 1872-1902, of Onehunga
LOWRY, Basil Norman, Nov 1899 of Ponsonby (aged 3 weeks)
- 1 of 3 children of James Francis LOWRY & Catherine Mildred LORRIGAN
- inscription reads: "Of your charity etc, James F Lowry died 29 Nov 1924. Also his infant son Basil died 23 Nov 1899
LUNDGREN, John 1854-1906, Seaman of Finland
- Area 3 Block 3 Lot No 17
LYALL, Jennie 1856-1906 (database has LYELL)
LYONS, John 1861-1903, of Ireland

MaCARTNEY, Grace 1873-1904, of Ireland
MacFARLANE, Angus 1833-1905, of Scotland
MacFARLANE, Theodore 1888-1903, of Christchurch
- 1 of 4 children of Samuel MacFARLANE & Eva WATSON
MADSEN, Ingeborg 1866-1904, of Copenhagen
MAHONEY, William 1839-1903, Hotelkeeper of Ireland
MALONEY, Ellen 1866-1902, of Ireland
MALONEY, Lily, April 1902 (aged 2 months in Ponsonby Orphanage)
MARSACK, Charles 1861-1904, of England
MARSDEN, James Nelson 1863-1903, School Master of Rochester England
MARSHALL, Alice Margaret, Sep 1904 aged 7 weeks
- daughter of Charles Henry 'Harry' MARSHALL & Laura BUNN
MARTIN, Alice, Feb 1905 aged 5 weeks
- daughter of James William MARTIN & Alice SWANSON
MASSAM, William Ernest, March 1905 aged 3 weeks
- son of Joseph & Hannah Mary MASSAM
MATTHEWS, Alfred Augustus 1897-1906, of Wales
MAY, John 1856-1903, of Waihi
- Area 1 Block E Lot No 81
McARTHUR, Neil Robb 1900-1902, of Onehunga
McAULAY, James 1832-1905, Carpenter of Ireland
McAULEY, Mary 1848-1905, of Lingford, Ireland
McCARRON, Bridget 1871-1905, of New South Wales
McCARTHY, Eugene 1878-1905
McCARTHY, John 1844-1904, Shipwright of Ireland
McCLOSKEY, Sarah 1870-1905, of NZ
- transcribed inscription reads " -Mccloskey - Sarah died 8 Oct 1905 Also her beloved husband Charles died 9 Sept 1947 And their children Elizabeth, John and Ida RIP"
McCLOSKEY, Elizabeth Sarita 26-3-1904-1905, of Onehunga
- daughter of Charles McCLOSKEY & Sarah Elizabeth MILLER
McCONNELL, James Henry 1875-1903, farmer of Stratford
McCORMACK [MCCORMICK?], William 1863-1902, of Scotland
McDONALD, James 1827-1905, of Ireland
McDONNELL, Maria 1880-05, of Wellington
McDONNELL, Thomas, of Ireland 1832-1905
McDORRACH, Henry Francis, Miner of Ireland 1844-1905
McDOUGALL, Andrew, Labourer of Scotland 1840-1904
McDOWELL, William, Miller of Ireland 1830-1902
McFARQUHAR, William, Veterinary Surgeon of Scotland 1852-1902
McGAHEY, John, Labourer of Londonderry 1827-1900
McGARRIGLE, Bernard, Gardener of Ireland 1844-1902
McGRATH, Thomas Edward, of Devonport Auckland May 1905 aged 14 days
McGREGOR, Margaret of Auckland, June 1904 aged 7 hours
- daughter of Donald McGREGOR & Gertrude Mary CULLEN
McGURK, Ellen, of Dublin 1839-1904 aged 65
McINTOSH, Colin of Penrose Auckland, Feb 1901 aged 48 hours
- son of Colin McINTOSH & Mary Ann KEATLEY
McINTOSH, John Colin, of Penrose Auckland, June 1900 aged 3 weeks
McKAY, Elsie Violet of Auckland, Aug 1904 aged 19 months
- daughter of William Edward McKAY & Margaret CONNOLLY
McKNIGHT, Ellen, of Christchurch, Nov 1901 aged 10 months
McCORMACK, [McCORMICK], John Cann 1839-1906
McLEAN, Charles, of Onehunga, June 1902 aged 5 days
McLEOD, Isabella Iris Lillian of Papakura 1894-1902
- daughter of Alexander McLEOD & Mary GRACE
McLEOD, Sarah of England via Waihi (married) 1845-1905
McMAHON, Catherine, of Ireland (married) 1847-1903
McMANUS, William Hotelkeeper of County Roscommon Ireland 1868-1904
McPIKE, Stillborn child of Mrs N. McPike, May 1901 Onehunga
McPIKE, James, settler of Ireland 1829-1905
McPIKE, William Daniel, Bus Driver of Onehunga 1866-1899
McQUOID, Clorine Hilda, of Onehunga May 1904 aged 5 weeks
- daughter of Hilda Mary McQUOID - father not recorded
- Hilda married Gordon Alfred MATHEWS in 1914
MEARS, Abraham Lincoln Eden 1888-1905
- son of William Eden & Anne Elizabeth MEARS
MEREDITH, Gwyneth Mary of Northcote, March 1901 aged 10 months
- daughter of Walter Algernon MEREDITH & Martha Matilda EVERITT
MILLER, John, Builder of Herfordshire England 1831-1904
MILNER, David, Painter of Yorkshire England 1832-1904
MITCHAM, Isaac John, Sailmaker of Barking Essex England 1830-1902
MOLLOY, Eileen Dominic (or Ellen Dominica), of Waihi, Aug 1902 aged 3 - daughter of Charles Joseph & Mary MOLLOY
MOORE, Daniel, of ?, 1835-1905
MOORE, Elizabeth, of Lisburn County Antrim, Ireland (wife of M.J.) 1835-1901
MOORE, Howard Edwin, of Penrose, Feb 1906 aged 6 months
- son of William Nelson MOORE & Clara Alethea HALLAMORE
MOORE, Janet Bruce, of Onehunga, Sep 1899 aged 11 months
- daughter of Adam MOORE & Janet Bruce McINTYRE
MOORE, Matthew James, of Auckland, Dec 1902 aged 5 weeks
- son of Matthew James MOORE & Mary Jane DICKINSON
MOORE, Trevor Cornwall, of Auckland, Dec 1901 aged 6 months
- son of Matthew James MOORE & Mary Jane DICKINSON
MOORE, William Edward, Labourer of Ireland 1861-1905
MORES, Jackeen, of Puhoi (schoolboy) 1897-1906
MORGAN, Martin Joseph, Miner of Ireland 1860-1905
MORLAND, Joseph, Settler of England 1829-1905
MORRIS, Adeline Beatrice, of Brisbane 1876-1905 at Mater Miserecordia Private Hospital
MORRIS, George Bentham, of England 1840-1903
MORRIS, Henry Francis, of Coromandel, June 1904 aged 2
- son of Joseph Thomas George MORRIS & Martha FOSTER
MORTON, John Darby, Reporter of NZ 1882-1906
- son of Robert & Sarah Ann MORTON
MOYLE, Edward Kenneth Stuart, April 1904 aged 2
- son of Thomas MOYLE & Sarah Alice TONGE
MULVANEY, Ellen, of Ireland (widow of Thomas John) 1821-1900
MURDOCK, Maynor Eileen, of Onehunga, March 1906 aged 16 month (Murdoch on birth, Murdock on death)
- daughter of Edward MURDOCH & Caroline EDMONDSON
MURDOCH, Charles, of Onehunga, March 1905 aged 8 months
MURRISON, Alexander, Labourer of Scotland 1860-1905
MURTAGH, Edward, Baker of Napier 1886-1903
- son of William Patrick MURTAGH & Ellen TOSCAN

burials WAIKARAKA cemetery AUCKLAND - 1890-1906 - (N to Z)

Waikaraka Cemetery is located at 1 Alfred Street in Onehunga Auckland

The first burial took place in 1890 and the cemetery continues to operate.
The burial register for Waikaraka Cemetery contains information about people who were buried in the cemetery from 1890-1906.
The database includes the following details: date of warrant &warrant number, the name of deceased, occupation, residence, date of death, where the deceased last came from, age, native place and date of burial. The database is a partial transcript but for full details of entries in the record book you can visit the Auckland City Council archives research room. These details include cause of death,
denomination, years in province, where buried (class, block, section, lot), fees, name of informant, and remarks

The following names were taken from their database
Index for Waikaraka Cemetery Record Book and for quick research reasons.
More information on each person can be seen at the link

Plot Numbers & Inscriptions were taken from this site:
Cemetery Records, Waikaraka and others

Anything in italics is my addition

PAGE 1 - ADAMS to FURMAGE
PAGE 2 - GALLAGHER to MURTAGH
PAGE 3 - NEAL to ZAINEY

NEAL, Maria, of Yorkshire England (widow, possibly of Robert below) 1828-1899
NEAL, Robert, Tea Merchant of Halifax Yorkshire England 1827-1892
NEGUS, Alice Constance Genevieve of Auckland, May 1905 aged 11 weeks - 1 of 3 children of Frances Mary NEGUS (1880-1968) & an unnamed father (although she married Thomas John HOPE (1873-1941) in 1907, which was a name given to 3rd child Daphne). Her children were:
1901-1902 Cyril Howard Negus, died aged 6 months
1905-1905 Alice Constance Genevieve, died aged 3 months
1906-1906 Daphne Josephine Hope Negus, died aged 7 months
- Frances & Thomas had at least 1 child: Thomasina Mary in 1908
NEIL, Mary, of Ireland (married) 1837-1904
NELSON, Jacob, Labourer of Norway 1865-1905
NEW, Alice May, of Auckland, March 1906 aged 7 weeks
- daughter of Walter NEW & Sarah MALTON
NEW, David, of Auckland, March 1906 aged 1 month
- son of Walter NEW & Sarah MALTON
NEW, William Fleming Malton, of NZ, Jan 1906 aged 13 months
- son of Walter NEW & Sarah MALTON
NEWEY, Edna, of Onehunga, Dec 1903 aged 4 months
- daughter of Frederick Montague NEWEY & Ellen Alice RATHBONE
NEWMAN, Arthur, Farmer of Worcestershire 1875-1906
NEWMAN, Ellen, of Victoria Australia (married) 1863-1904
NICHOLSON, Margaret Ann, of Mercury Bay Auckland 1888-1906
NICOLAI, Bertha Sophia Cecelia, of Thames Coromandel (not married) 1881-1904
NICOLAI, Robert, Cordial Manufacturer of Germany 1835-1905
NICOLSON, Roderick, of NZ, Dec 1905 aged 2
- son of Horace Evander (1866-1915) & Masei (1872-1945) NICOLSON
NILDER, Louisa, of Hokianga (married) 1874-1904

O'BRIEN, Herbert, Tram Conductor of Lucknow NSW 1884-1905
O'BRIEN, Laughlan of Dublin Ireland, Judge of the Native Land Court 1821-1901. Grandfather of Monica (below)
O'BRIEN, Mary of Onehunga (widow) 1846-1902
O'BRIEN, Monica of Auckland, April 1902 aged 2 weeks
- daughter of Laughlin Adolphe O'BRIEN & Norah Mary MULVANY
O'DONNELL, John, Gumdigger of Kerry Ireland 1834-July 1905
O'DONNELL, Mary of Ireland (widow) 1833-May 1905
O'KEEFE, John, Fireman 1869-1906
OLDBURY, Thomas, Bushman of England 1817-1891
OLSON, Olaf Magnus, Sailor of Sweden 1838-1903 (Brights Disease)
O'NEILL, Thomas, Fisherman of Glasgow Scotland 1866-1904
O'REILLY, Josephine, Telephone Operator of Ireland 1871-1892
O'REILLY, Mary Genevieve of Mt Eden Auckland, May 1904 aged 4
- daughter of James O'REILLY & Ellen LYNCH
OSMOND, John Hooper, of Manila 1856-1905
O'SULLIVAN, Daniel, Saddler of Ireland 1874-1905
OTTO, Ernest Hilliard, Bootmaker of Drury Auckland 1888-1906
- 1 of 11 children of Andrew OTTO & Beatrice Hilria HEALEY
OUTHWAITE, Marie, of France (widow) 1814-1905
OUTHWAITE, William Eugene, Barrister of NZ 1847-1900

PAGE, Frederick, Carter of NZ 1866-1903
PARFITT, Bertram William, of Onehunga 1893-1900
- son of Henry PARFITT & Mary Agnes CALDICOTT
PARK, James, Woollen Works Manager of Scotland 1838-1901
PARKER, John, Settler of England 1818-1904
PARKER, Margaret, of Liverpool England (married) 1851-1905
PARKINSON, Margaret, of South Africa (married) 1862-1903
PARTRIDGE, William, Carpenter of England 1830-1906
PATES, May, of NZ, Aug 1905 aged 4
- daughter of John PATES & Fanny BURTENSHAW
PATTERSON, William of Auckland, Jan 1905 aged 8 months
PAUL, Sarah, of Ireland (widow) 1846-1906
PAYNE, Martin Henry, Surgeon of Somersetshire, England 1842-1901
- 1869 ... .. Lic. R. Coll. Phys. Edin., Lic. Soc. Apoth. Lond.
- 1870 ... .. Mem. R. Coll. Surg. Eng.
- 1872 Jan 04 Registered as a Medical Practitioner
- 1874 Apr 13 Enrolled as a surgeon with the Hauraki Engineer
Volunteers
- 1876 Jun 22 Appointed Vaccination Inspector at Shortland
- 1882 ... .. Resident at Thames
PAYNE, Mary Ann, of England (married) 1846-1900
PEARCE, Benjamin, Fireman of Onehunga 1843-1900 aged 57
PEARCE, John, Labourer of England 1822-1890
PEARCE, Mary Isabella, of NZ (married) 1872-1903
PERCIVAL, James Hogarth, Insurance Agent of England 1858-1905
PERKINSON, Margaret, of South Africa (widow) 1862-1903
PICKRELL, Benjamin Alfred, of Penrose Auckland, Sep 1902 aged 3 months
PIKE, Elizabeth, of Auckland, May 1906 aged 6 hours
PISTRUCCI, Phillipo, Labourer 1841-1905
PLESCHER, Theresa St Helena, of Puhoi (married) 1876-1904
POPE, Pauline Eileen, of Onehunga, April 1902 aged 5
POPLE, Maud Alice, of England (married) 1880-1904
POPLE, Norman Oliver, of Onehunga, Marhc 1903 aged 7 weeks
POPLE, Norman Roy, of Onehunga, Dec 1903 aged 4 months
PRESSLEY, William, Marine Engineer of Kingston upon Hull England 1842-1902
PROVIS, William Frederick, of Napier, March 1900 aged 19 months
- son of William Shackson & Lucie Ethel PROVIS
- William was a General Carrier & Shipping Agent in Napier

RADFORD, Catherine (married) 1823-1905
RANDELL, Honorine Mary of Onehunga, Xmas Day 1901 aged 19
- 1 of 7 children of Nathaniel RANDELL & Ellen BRENNAN
- their children were:
Lawton, Honorine Mary, Leon, Coralie, Freda, Carey Prestage & Berenice
- Honorine is buried with her mother Ellen and sister Berenice, they died after 1906
RAWLINSON, Ruby Melba Ann,of Onehunga, April 1903 aged 10 weeks
REECE, Johanna, of Onehunga, April 1902 aged 1.8
REID, Helen Martha, of Auckland, March 1905 aged 5 weeks
REID, James, of Scotland 1823-1903
REID, Joseph, of Auckland, March 1906 aged 3 days
REID, Kathleen, of Ireland 1846-1904
REID, Thomas Francis 1875-1905
REILLY, Catherine Jane, of Ireland 1847-1905
REITH, Dorothy Maud, of Auckland, May 1905 aged 5 weeks
RICHARDSON, Margaret Caroline, of Napier 1855-1902 (Patient in Lunatic Asylum)
RIGBY, Helen, of Ireland via Victoria Australia (widow) 1826-1905
ROBINSON, Edward Milligan, Draper of South Africa ? 1879-1905
ROSS, Frances, of Mangawai (widow) 1859-June 1905
ROSS, John, Master Mariner of Whangarei 1859- Nov 1905
ROUT, James, Farmer of London England 1835-1904
ROWE, Thomas Henry, of Bodmin Cornwall 1819-1901
ROWE, Thomas Henry, Joiner Apprentice of Onehunga 1886-1902
ROWLEY, John Downing, Theatrical Manager of Birmingham, England 1864-1905
RUSH, Rita, of NZ, Dc 1905 aged 12 months
RUSSELL, Michael, Labourer of Ireland 1868-1905

SAINTY, unnamed of Stewart Street, Ponsonby, June 1902 aged 1 hour
SARGENT, John, of England via India (in the Military) 1828-1902
SATMAN, Louisa, of NZ (married) 1869-1904
SCANNELL, David 1838-1906 aged 68
SCHATCHARD, [SCATCHARD], Charles , of Yorkshire England 1868-1905
SCHMIDT, Jessie Daphne of Onehunga, July 1905 aged 7 months
SCOTT, Stillborn Infant of Symonds Street, Auckland, July 1903
SCOTT, James, Fireman of England 1868-1905
SCOTT, Mary Elizabeth, of England (married) 1870-1905
SCOTTOW, Joseph Robert, of Coromandel 1895-1905
SEALE [?], stillborn infant of Symonds Street, Auckland 15th July 1903
SEATON, Mary Catherine Frances, of Ireland (married) 1856-1904
SERVICE, Arthur Frederick, of Auckland, Jan 1905 aged 5 weeks
SEYMOUR, Barbara, of England (wife of Henry) 1878-1902
SHADDOCK, Joseph, of Hobson St Auckland, Jan 1905 aged 1 day
SHANNON, Robert, Bookseller of ? 1830-1905
SHARP, Stephen Walter, Settler of Maidstone Kent 1850-1902
SHEDDAN, Robert, Cooper of Greenock, Scotland via Melbourne 1819-1901
SHELLEY, Ida Nina Isabella, of Onehunga, May 1903 aged 11 months
SHEPHERD, Elizabeth Ann, of Devonshire England 182301905
SHIPHERD, John, Farmer of Cornwall England 1816-1891
SHORE, James, Miner of Tasmania 1861-1905
SIMMONS, Francis Churchill "Frank", Farmer of Tasmania 1864-1905
SIMMS, Florence, of Onehunga, Jan 1904 aged 7 months
SIMPSON, Jennie Abercrombie, of NZ, May 1904 aged 3
SIMPSON, Mary Weatherall, of Newtown, Limavady, Ireland, (widow of John) 1830-1901
SIMPSON, William James, of NZ, July 1904 aged 4 months
SIMS, Florence, of Onehunga, Jan 1904 aged 7 months
SINCLAIR, Annabella, of Grey Lynn Auckland, April 1902 aged 7 months
SLATER, Wilfrid John, of Mt Eden, June 1906 aged 1 day
SMITH, unnamed infant of Bleazards Rd Mt Eden, Feb 1904 aged 12 hours SMITH, Lilian of Hikurangi (married) 1880-1924
SMITH, Alexander Priestly Stratford of Onehunga, March 1904 aged 11 months
SMITH, Ellen of Victoria St, Auckland, Jan 1906 aged 6 months
SMITH, Ernest Prim, Trooper returned from South Africa War, of Auckland 1883-1902
SMITH, Eva Rutledge, of Auckland, June 1905 aged 10 weeks
SMITH, George Ernest, of Onehunga, Aug 1901 aged 6 months
SMITH, Henry Edward, of Onehunga, May 1904 aged 3 months
SMITH, Zillah Priestley Stratford, of Onehunga, April 1905 aged 6 months (brother of Alex)
SMYTHE, William Gough, of England 1837-1904
SNEDDON, Robert, Cooper of Greenock, Scotland via Melbourne 1849-1901
SNOWDEN, Sydney, of Onehunga, May 1902 aged 3
SOMERVILLE, Catherine Mary, of Kikeeny Ireland (widow) 1822-1903
SORONSEN, Margaret, of Ireland (married) 1843-1903
SPALDING, Edith, of Te Aroha (not married) 1884-1905
SPEED, Charles Rowley, Labourer of England 1866-1905
SQUIRES, Harold, Farm Hand of Christchurch 1885-1902
STEELE, Sarah Maria, of Ireland (married) 1816-1904
STEELE, John Rowe, Settler of Ireland 1819-1905
STEPHENS, James, Master Mariner of the Cutter "Maria ?" of Plymouth England 1830-1906
STERLING, William, of Custons St Auckland, Jan 1906 aged 5 weeks
STEVENSON, Marjory Viti, of Fiji, Aug 1905 aged 8
STEVENSON, Mary Consitt, Gentlewomen of ? 1839-1891
STEWART, Catharine Pollok, of Onehunga, Oct 1905 aged 1 day
STEWART, Jane Elizabeth, of Onehunga, Sep 1900 aged 5 days
STONE, Charles Edward, Storekeeper of Ballarat Australia 1850-1903 aged 52
STOREY, Mary Jane, of Onehunga (married) 1863-1903
STREET, Benjamin, Carpenter of England via California 1816-1891
SULLIVAN, Bridget, of Ireland (widow) 1815-1901
SULLIVAN James Albert Joseph, Railway Porter of Auckland 1884-1903
SULLIVAN, Thomas Felix, Carter of Federal St Auckland 1884-1906
SUND, Clarice, of Auckland 1891-1903
SWANN, Cecilia Mary Agnes of England, Xmas Day 1904 aged 10 months

TABRUM, Phyllis Mary, of Onehunga, Oct 1903 aged 8 months
TAYLOR, Caroline, of England (married) 1848-1902
TAYLOR, Christina, of Fifeshire England (widow) 1818-1900
TAYLOR, Hugh Miller, Steward of Glasgow Scotland 1850-1905
TAYLOR, Robert, Fishermand of Scotland 1821-1899
TAYLOR, William McLeod, of Onehunga, Oct 1903 aged 3 months
THOMPSON, Arthur Jack, of Auckland, Feb 1903 aged 3 days
THOMPSON, Charles Edwards, Commercial Traveller of ?, 1845-1905
THOMPSON, Eric, of Sussex St Auckland, March 1905 aged 19 months
THOMPSON, Mary Eleanor, of Auckland (married to Arthur) 1872-1903
TICKLEPENNY, Reginald George, of Parnell Auckland, April 1905 aged 7 months
TIPPER, Christopher, Engineer of Ireland 1831-1906
TOLE, Elizabeth, of Ireland (married) 1829-1905
TOMNEY, Ellen, of Ireland 1828-1904
TOMNEY, John, of Ireland 1828-1903
TONKIN, Annie Laura of Wolfe St Auckland, April 1905 aged 7 months
- daughter of William Charles TONKIN & Annie CLEMENS
TOOMAN, Albert Damien of Remuera, Sep 1904 aged 2.5
- son of Samuel TOOMAN & Catherine Frances 'Kate' CASSIDY
TOWNS, Robert Stephen, Farmer of London via Melbourne 1851-1900
TOWNSEND, Thelma May of Nelson St Auckland, March 1905 aged 6 months - daughter of Henry Samuel TOWNSEND & Jane McCABE
TRAINER, Offa John Henry of Howe St Auckland, March 1906, 22 months
TRAINER, Victor Laurence, of Adelaide St Auckland, April 1905 aged 5 months. Son of Denis 'Joseph' Francis TRAINER & Mary Jane McGURK
TRAUTVETTER, Christina Adela Louise born Auckland, June 1903 aged 14 months - database has TRANTVETTER (a very common misspelling of this name)
- a daughter of Reinhardt & Clara Annie TRAUTVETTER. A son of theirs, Reinhardt Theodore 'Dick' Trautvetter, played Rugy League for NZ in 1930 as Prop from the Waikato CLub
TREANOR, Norman Alfred, of Onehunga, Boxing Day 1902 aged 8 months
- son of John Roman 'Jack' TREANOR & Isabella PAYNE
TUBBERTY, Michael, Newsvender of Limerick Ireland 1840-1902
TUCKER, Mary Ann of England via Lyttelton (widow) 1822-1905
TUCKER, William Francis, Manufacturer of England 1836-1904
TURKE, Stephen, Labourer of Ireland 1856-1904
TURNER, Harold Nathan, of Onehunga, Feb 1903 aged 1.3
- son of William Alfred Armstrong TURNER & Catherine FILMER
TURNER, Leonard, of Onehunga, March 1906 aged 17 weeks
- son of William Alfred Armstrong TURNER & Catherine FILMER
TURNER, Philip John, of Onehunga, April 1902 aged 4
- son of Alfred & Elizabeth TURNER

VALLET, Armand, Basketmaker of Lyon France 1863-1905

WADMAN, Alfred George, Millhand of NZ 1886-1906
WALDEN, Eliza, of Norfolk England (married to Henry Forster below) 1833-1901
WALDEN, Henry Foster, Gentleman of England 1825-1905
WALKER, Alexander Christie, Manager, U.S.S. Company (steam ships) 1860-1906
WALLACE, unnamed child of Hugh, of Park Rd Auckland, April 1905
WALLACE, Rosie, of Auckland, Aug 1905 aged 5 days
WALSH, Albert O'Brien, of Church St Ponsonby, May 1906 aged 4 months
WALSH, Gairloch, of Onehunga, Dec 1902 aged 19 days
WALSH, Michael, of Ireland via Wellington 1831-1906
WARD, May Gertrude, of Onehunga, (married) 1877-1905 aged 28
WARD, Thomas, Basket Maker of Ireland 1822-1904
WARREN, Christopher Stanley, of Auckland, June 1905 aged 11 days
WATSON, Henry, of Onehunga, Feb 1904 aged 3 months
WATSON, James, Settler of England 1824-1906
WATSON, Rosanna, of Melbourne (widow) 1830-1905
WATT, Robert, Marinr of Peterhead Aberdeenshire Scotland 1828-1892
WEBB, Albert Vincent, of Epsom Auckland, Jan 1906 aged 4 weeks
WEBER, Fritz, of Hannover Germany 1875-1899
WELDON, Annette Francis, of Park Rd Auckland, Jan 1906 aged 1 day
WHITE, Albert Ernes, Jiner of Auckland 1885-1904
WHITE, Charles Moore, of Onehunga, April 1903 aged 3 months
WHITEHOUSE, Glen Howard, of Christchurch, Jan 1906 aged 15 weeks
WILKIE, James, Cordial Manufacturer of Scotland 1840-1904
WILLETS, Edith May, of Auckland, Aug 1905 aged 8 months
WILLIAMS, Dorothy, of Surrey St Auckland, March 1906 aged 5 months
WILLIAMS, Edward, Boot Maker of Coromandel 1884-1905
WILSON, Cecelia Alison of Mt Roskill Auckland, Dec 1904 5 months
WOOD, John Harold, of Kingsland Auckland, Oct 1905 aged 3 months
WREFORD, George, Butcher of Tiverton, Devonshire, England 1820-1891
WREFORD, Harriet, of Devonshire England (widow) 1818-1892
WREFORD, Jessie, of Edinburgh Scotland (married to William) 1855-1899
WRIGHT, Hazel Penrose, of Auckland, Jan 1892 aged 17 months
WYATT, Winifred Eden, of NZ (married) 1882-1905

YERN, Elder Johnson Neil, of Auckland, Feb 1906 aged 2 months
YOUNG, Cyril Alexander of Auckland 1892-1905 aged 13
- son of Alexander YOUNG & Emma Jane MARTIN

ZAINEY, Reverend Father Solomon, a Syrian Catholic Priest of Zablech, Mount Lebanon 1850-1904 (of pneumonia)

WWI ANZACs of MARTINBOROUGH Wairarapa

MARTINBOROUGH is a town in South Wairarapa, a district in the Wellington region on the North Island of New Zealand
John Martin is regarded as the towns founder and set out the first streets in the pattern of the Union Flag in the 19th century. Many of the town's streets are named after foreign cities visited by Martin. Before Martinborough was established the southern part of the region was known as Waihenga, a point that seems to be lost at times in the history of the district. A feature is the colonial architecture, one example of which is the historic Peppers Martinborough Hotel, built in 1882.

The 1880s depression meant Martinborough grew slowly. The town provided a stopover for workers heading to the coast, so transport and accommodation became key industries.

Unlike in other towns, Maori retained a significant presence. Residents included Niniwa Heremaia, the eldest daughter of Ngati Kahungunu tribal leader Heremaia Tamaihotua (also known as Ngapuruki, the leading chief of Ngati Hikawera of Ngati Kahungunu and Ani Kanaara, one of his 3 wives); and Maata Mahupuku, great-niece of Papawai marae leader Hamuera Tamahau Mahupuku and a childhood friend of Katherine Mansfield

Martinborough First World War Memorial

Martinborough on NZETC written about 1904

The following soldiers names were taken from the War Memorial gates
- it is still a work in progress and photos of some of the soldiers can be seen on this page

BARTON, Harry Charles aged 23
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 41723
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
OCCUPATION - Farm labourer
NEXT OF KIN - Robert & Mary Ann Barton of Hayward St, Pirinoa, Featherston
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS -
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Expeditionary Force
EMBARKATION UNIT - 23rd Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Regiment, B Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 14 March 1917
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 79
VESSEL - Ruapehu
DESTINATION - Devonport, England
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Regiment
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Ypres, Belgium
DATE OF DEATH - 1 August 1917
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - MESSINES RIDGE (NZ) MEMORIAL, Mesen, West-Vlaanderen, BELGIUM

BEATTY, Arthur aged 24
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 10/2853
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
NEXT OF KIN - the late Alexander & Jessie Beatty, of Matamau, Hawke's Bay & Fowcliffe, Hinds
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Martinborough
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 7th Reinforcements
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Infantry Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 9 October 1915
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 32 OR 33 OR 34
VESSEL - Aparima or Navua or Warrimoo
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Regiment
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Somme, France
DATE OF DEATH - 30 March 1918
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - III.C.5. EUSTON ROAD CEMETERY, COLINCAMPS, Somme, FRANCE

BOYD, Alexander Colin aged 19
born 1896 in Marinborough to William BOYD & Jessie Isabella ROSS
their children were:
1881 John Boyd (the first child born in Martinborough, as anarchitect he designed many town and country residences in Martinborough and surrounding districts)
1882 Mary Boyd
1883 Donald Ross Boyd
1885 Hugh Boyd
1889 Agnes May Boyd
1891 David McLeod Boyd
1894 Kate Ruth Boyd
1896 Alexander Colin Boyd
RANK LAST HELD - Trooper
SERIAL NUMBER - 13/980
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Trooper
NEXT OF KIN - parents William & Jessie Isabella Boyd, Martin St, Upper Hutt
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Martinborough, Wairarapa
MILITARY DISTRICT - Auckland
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 3rd Reinforcements
EMBARKATION UNIT - Auckland Mounted Rifles
EMBARKATION DATE - 14 February 1915
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 17 OR 18 OR 19
VESSEL - Maunganui or Tahiti or Aparima
DESTINATION - Gallipoli
LAST UNIT SERVED - Auckland Mounted Rifles
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Gallipoli, Turkey
DATE OF DEATH - 28 August 1915
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - HILL 60 (NZ) MEMORIAL, Turkey

CAMPBELL, Murdock McLeod aged 20
- born 1897
- 5th of 5 children of Simon CAMPBELL & Jessie HARRISON
- his siblings were:
1886 Mary Campbell
1888 William Harrison Campbell
1890 Flora Colina Campbell
1894 Jane Frances Campbell
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 32129
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Rifleman
OCCUPATION - Shepherd
NEXT OF KIN - Mr & Mrs Simon Campbell, Stoney Creek, Martinborough
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - ?
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
EMBARKATION UNIT - 13th Reinforcements 2nd Battalion, F Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 15 November 1916
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 68
VESSEL - Maunganui
DESTINATION - Plymouth, England
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Regiment
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Somme, France
DATE OF DEATH - 30 march 1918
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - GREVILLERS (NZ) MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, FRANCE

COMESKEY, (Martinborough Memorial has COMESKI) Peter 'LEO' Le Cuthbert aged 23
born 1893 in Wellington
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 10/2894
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
NEXT OF KIN - James & Sarah Comeskey, 105 Grange Rd, Dominion Rd, Auckland
- Address also seen as Upper Hutt but this was probably James & Sarah, parents of James
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Post-office, Martinborough
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 7th Reinforcements
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Infantry Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 9 October 1915
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 32 OR 33 OR 34
VESSEL - Aparima or Navua or Warrimoo
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Regiment
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Somme, France
DATE OF DEATH - Somme, France
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - III.C.10. GOMMECOURT WOOD NEW CEMETERY, FONCQUEVILLERS, France

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CURTIS, Edmund Canute (Martinborough Memorial has CURTISS) aged 29
born 1887, possibly England
RANK LAST HELD - Temorary Sergeant
SERIAL NUMBER - 24/1622
FIRST KNOWN RANK - ?
NEXT OF KIN - John & Charlotte Curtis, 12 Rotterdam Rd, Lowestoft, Suffolk. England
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - ?
MILITARY DISTRICT - Auckland
BODY ON EMBARKATION - NZEF
EMBARKATION UNIT - Auckland Regiment, 2nd Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - ?
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - ?
TRANSPORT - ?
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DESTINATION - ?
LAST UNIT SERVED - Auckland Infantry Regiment
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Somme, France
DATE OF DEATH - 15 September 1916
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - CATERPILLAR VALLEY (NZ) MEMORIAL, Albert, Somme, France

DANGER, James aged 25
born 1892 to Hiu te Miha Danger & Te Iwi Ngaro Hiu, Greytown, Wairarapa
RANK LAST HELD - Corporal
SERIAL NUMBER - 16/575 (A)
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs Eria te Whaiti (aunt), Greytown
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Greytown, Wairarapa
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 2nd Maori Contingent
EMBARKATION UNIT - New Zealand Pioneer Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 18 September 1915
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 29
VESSEL - Waitemata
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - Pioneer Battalion
CAUSE OF DEATH - Died of wounds
PLACE OF DEATH - Belgium
DATE OF DEATH - 3 September 1917
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - VI.A.12. WIMEREUX COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Pas-de-Calais, FRANCE

DONNELLY, Francis Patrick aged 20
born 1896 1 of 6 children to Joseph DONNELLY & Minnie WILSON
brother of George Joseph Donnelly (below)
his other siblings were:
1890 Catherine Donnelly
1891 William Hugh Donnelly
1894 Thomas Digby Donnelly
1897 Arthur James Donnelly
- also served Trooper, (/810, 3rd Reinforcements, Otago Mounte Rifles. Embarked 14th Feb 1915
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 10/2588
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
NEXT OF KIN - J. Donnelly (father), Contractor, Martinborough, late of Pirinoa
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Upper Plain, Masterton
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 6th Reinforcements
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Infantry Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 14 August 1915
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 27 OR 28
VESSEL - Willochra or Tofua
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Regiment
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Somme, France
DATE OF DEATH - 2 October 1916
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - CATERPILLAR VALLEY (NZ) MEMORIAL, Somme, FRANCE

DONNELLY, George Joseph aged 21
born 1893 1 of 6 children to Joseph DONNELLY & Minnie WILSON
brother of Francis Patrick Donnelly (see above)
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 10/157
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
NEXT OF KIN - Mr & Mrs J. Donnelly, Pirinoa, Martinborough, Wairarapa
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Martinborough
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - Main Body
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Infantry Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 16 October 1914
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 7 OR 10
VESSEL - Limerick or Arawa
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Battalion
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Gallipoli, Turkey
DATE OF DEATH - 8 May 1915
CEMETERY/MEM0RIAL NAME - TWELVE TREE COPSE (NZ) MEMORIAL Turkey

DUNBAR, Robert aged ?
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 10/236
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs E. Dunbar, Burwah Street, Berhampore, Wellington
- ALSO: Jeremiah (1858-1942) & Elizabeth (1859-1943) Dunbar 38 Rhodes St, Wellington
- Jeremiah was a carpenter and in 1912 they lived in Burwah St, Berhampore Wellington
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Naples Street, Martinborough
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - Main Body
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Infantry Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 16 October 1914
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 7 OR 10
VESSEL - Limerick or Arawa
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Regiment
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Belgium
DATE OF DEATH - 8 June 1917
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - MESSINES RIDGE (N.Z.) MEMORIAL Mesen, West-Vlaanderen BELGIUM

DAVIS, Thomas age 22
born 1893, 3rd of 6 children of William DAVIS & Leah HOLMES
his siblings were:
1890 William Charles Davis
1892 William Cyril Holmes Davis
1897 Ella Elizabeth Davis
1901 Victoria Marjory Davis
1904 William John Davis
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 10/1222
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
NEXT OF KIN - William & Leah Davis, Tauherenikau, Featherston, Wairarapa,
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Tauherenikau
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 2nd Reinforcements
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Infantry Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 14 December 1914
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 13 OR 14 OR 15
VESSEL - Verdala or Willochra or Knight of the Garter
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Battalion
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Gallipoli, Turkey
DATE OF DEATH - 8 May 1915
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - TWELVE TREE COPSE (NZ) MEMORIAL Turkey

FAIR, Bertram Rudolf aged 21
parents were Johan 'John' Oscar Skogsborg FAIR & Emily Mary LONGDILL (1860-1928 married 1895), Emily was a daughter of Pynson Wilmot LONGDILL (1810-1875, died of heart disease in Parnell, Auckland) &
Harriet ROBINSON (1832-1911 emigrated with her husband in 1859, also died in Parnell) his mother remarried in 1908 to Horace Ruston RICH (1862-1937)
- a brother, Horace Charles Skogsborg Fair married Marjory Winifred PRITCHARD in 1928
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 21237
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
OCCUPATION - Shepherd
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs Emily Mary Rich (mother), Birkdale, Birkenhead, Auckland
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS -
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BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Expeditionary Force 2nd Battalion
EMBARKATION UNIT - 16th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Battalion, B Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 21 August 1916
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 62
VESSEL - Mokoia
DESTINATION - Plymouth, England
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Regiment
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Messines, Belgium
DATE OF DEATH - 20 April 1917
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - IV.C.7. LA PLUS DOUVE FARM CEMETERY Comines-Warneton, Hainaut BELGIUM

GRIBBEN, Robert
RANK LAST HELD - Rifleman
SERIAL NUMBER - 23/1393
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Rifleman
NEXT OF KIN - Miss R. Gribben (sister), Broughshane, Antrim, Ireland
- ALSO: Son of James Gribben of The Race Course, Lower Broughshane, Ballymena, Co. Antrim
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Martinborough
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 2nd Reinforcements to 1st Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade
EMBARKATION UNIT - E Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 13 November 1915
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 35 OR 36
VESSEL - Willochra or Tofua
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
CAUSE OF DEATH - Died of wounds
PLACE OF DEATH - France
DATE OF DEATH - 17 June 1916
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - II.E.213. BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION (NORD) France

HARRIS, George Edward aged 27
born December 1889 the 6th of 17 children of Abraham John HARRIS (1855 Taita-1933 Martinborough) & Margaret Mary O'BRIEN (1861 Thomaston, Limmerick, Ireland-1915 Martinborough)
.. this George's father Abraham and the George Harris's (below) father were brothers
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 31268
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
OCCUPATION - Farmer
NEXT OF KIN - Abraham John Harris (father), Dyerville, Martinborough
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - ?
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Expeditionary Force
EMBARKATION UNIT - 19th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Battalion, B Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 15 November 1916
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 68 OR 69
VESSEL - Maunganui or Tahiti
DESTINATION - Plymouth or Devonport, England
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Regiment
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Belgium
DATE OF DEATH - 08 Jun 1917
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - IV.A.28. WULVERGHEM-LINDENHOEK ROAD MILITARY CEMETERY Belgium

HARRIS, George Pain Hutchinson aged 24 (Martinborough War Memorial has GHP)
- 5th of 5 children of George HARRIS & Charlotte HUTCHINSON
.. this George's father George and the George Harris's (above) father Abraham were brothers
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 10172
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
OCCUPATION - had a Motor Business
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs G. Harris (wife), Masterton
- ALSO: Son of the late George & Charlotte Harris, husband of the late Ethel Louisa Harris
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - ?
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Expeditionary Force
EMBARKATION UNIT - 11th Reinforcements, K Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 1 April 1916
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wekkington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 49 OR 50
VESSEL - Maunganui or Tahiti
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - Otago Infantry Regiment
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Somme, France
DATE OF DEATH - 15 September 1916
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - CATTERPILLAR VALLEY (NZ) MEMORIAL Somme, FRANCE

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HAWKE, Charles Joseph aged 28
born in Greytown, Wairarapa to
RANK LAST HELD - Lance Corporal
SERIAL NUMBER - 24/1999
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Rifleman
OCCUPATION - Grocer
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs Mary Hawke (mother), Martinborough
- ALSO: Son of Charles & Mary Mortimore Hawke, 113 Bannister Street, Masterton
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - ?
MILITARY DISTRICT - ?
BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
EMBARKATION UNIT - 4th Reinforcements 2nd Battalion, F Company - Although Lance Corporal Hawke
left with the 10th Reinforcements, he was in fact part of the 4th Reinforcements to the 1st and
2nd Battalions, New Zealand Rifle Brigade
EMBARKATION DATE - 4 March 1916
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 47 OR 48
VESSEL - Willochra or Tofua
DESTINATION - Suez,Egypt (8 April 1916)
LAST UNIT SERVED - Canterbury Infantry Regiment, 2 Battalion
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Ypres, Belgium
DATE OF DEATH - 12 October 1917
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - XVI.A.19. TYNE COT CEMETERY Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen BELGIUM
OBITURAY FROM THE AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS, 15th Nov 1917, paged 21 = "Lance-Corporal C. J. Hawke, aged 28 years, who was killed in action in France on October 12, was the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawke, of Martinborough, late of Greytown. He was well-known in Greytown and Martinborough. He worked for the W.F.C.A. at Greytown for a number of years, also for Mr. Kershaw, Martinborough. He enlisted with the tenth reinforcements, and went through practically all the heavy fighting in France, being right through the Somme, Messines, and other big battles. He came through without hurt until October 12, when he was killed."

HEWITT, Arthur Lifford Oliver aged ?
RANK LAST HELD - Second Lieutenant
SERIAL NUMBER - 11/1395
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Sergeant Major
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs J.D.R. Hewitt (mother), Te Maire, Palmerston North
- ALSO: Son of J. D. R. and Thomasine Hewitt, of New Zealand
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Masterton, Wairarapa
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 6th Reinforcements
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Mounted Rifles
EMBARKATION DATE - 14 August 1915
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 27 OR 28
VESSEL - Willochra or Tofua
DESTINATION - Suez,Egypt (19 September 1915)
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Mounted Rifles
CAUSE OF DEATH - Egypt to Gallipoli
PLACE OF DEATH - Egypt to Gallipoli
DATE OF DEATH - 9 February 1916
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - D.35. CAIRO WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY Egypt
BIOGRAPHY FROM THE WANGANUI COLLEGIATE SCHOOL = Entered the School sixteen years ago, and was
here till 1906. He left New Zealand as a non-commissioned officer with the 6th Reinforcements, and
in a very short time attained the rank of lieutenant. He was severely wounded at Anzac, on Nov.
22nd, 1915, while on duty at divisional headquarters, and sent to Malta. Two subsequent operations
unfortunately proved unavailing, and he died on the 10th of February, 1916. During his School
career he was a Prefect, in the XI., the XV., and the shooting VIII."

INWOOD, Godfrey Alan aged aged 23
born 1894 9th of 10 children to William James INWOOD & Elizabeh Neasham ROBERTS
RANK LAST HELD - Lance Corporal
SERIAL NUMBER - 12399
FIRST KNOWN RANK - ?
NEXT OF KIN - Son of the late Mrs. E. Inwood, of Westport, Greymouth
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - ?
MILITARY DISTRICT - ?
BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
EMBARKATION UNIT - 4th Battalion, 3rd Reinforcements
EMBARKATION DATE - ?
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - ?
TRANSPORT - ?
VESSEL - ?
DESTINATION - ?
LAST UNIT SERVED - ?
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Belgium
DATE OF DEATH - 12 October 1917
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - N.Z. Apse, Panel 7. TYNE COT MEMORIAL Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen
BELGIUM

KEARNEY, POSSIBLY THIS James (Memorial has just J)
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KERSHAW, Harry aged 32
born 1884 to John William & Alice KERSHAW (bio at 1st link above)
he had a sister Alice (born 1881)
RANK LAST HELD - Trooper
SERIAL NUMBER - 11/2137
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Corporal
NEXT OF KIN - John and Alice Kershaw, 34 Austin St, Wellington
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - ?
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Expeditionary Force
EMBARKATION UNIT - 9th Reinforcements Wellington Mounted Rifles, B Squadron
EMBARKATION DATE - 8 January 1916
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 37
VESSEL - Maunganui
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Mounted Rifles
CAUSE OF DEATH - Died of Wounds
PLACE OF DEATH - Messines, Belgium
DATE OF DEATH - 9 January 1917
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - KANTARA MEMORIAL Egypt

KINGDON, Roy Raynor aged
born 1892 to John Holman KINGDON & Elizabeth Jane RAYNER
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 10/1873
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs E.J. Kingdon (mother), Lower Hutt, Wellington
- ALSO: Son of John Holman Kingdon and Elizabeth Jane Kingdon, of Wellington
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Lower Hutt, Wellington
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 4th Reinforcements
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Infantry Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 17 April 1915
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 21 OR 22 OR 23
VESSEL - Willochra or Knight Templar or Waitomo
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Battalion
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Gallipoli, Turkey
DATE OF DEATH - 16 June 1915
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - II.A.19. SHRAPNEL VALLEY CEMETERY Turkey

LAMB, the Memorial has J Lamb
- the only J Lamb to die in WWI was Joseph Lamb of Dunedin
- the only J Lamb to serve from Martinborough was John, who did not die in war
RANK LAST HELD - Trooper
SERIAL NUMBER - 9/840
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NEXT OF KIN - H. Lamb, Romsey, Victoria, Australia
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Club Hotel, Martinborough
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 3rd Reinforcements
EMBARKATION UNIT - Otago Mounted Rifles
EMBARKATION DATE - 14 February 1915
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
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LISTER, Oswald Herbert (Memorial has OL Lister) aged 25
born 1897 to David McGill LISTER (1866-1923) & Emma BEARD (1869-1938)
their children were:
1897 Oswald Herbert Lister
1895 Dorice Elizabeth Alma Lister
1901 John David Lister
1903 Annie Myra Lister
1905 David Malcolm Lister
RANK LAST HELD - Rifleman
SERIAL NUMBER - 57104
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Rifleman
OCCUPATION - Baker in his father's business in Martinborough
NEXT OF KIN - David & Emma Lister, Martinborough
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - ?
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
EMBARKATION UNIT - Reinforcements J Company 1st Battalion 3rd Reinforcements
EMBARKATION DATE - 26 July 1917
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington,
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 90
VESSEL - Ulimaroa
DESTINATION - Plymouth, England
LAST UNIT SERVED - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Bapaume, France
DATE OF DEATH - 30 August 1918
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - I.D.11. BANCOURT BRITISH CEMETERY Pas de Calais FRANCE

LOUGHMAN, DP
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LUIS, George aged ?
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 1304
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Rifleman8
NEXT OF KIN - Campbell (friend), Stone Creek, Martinborough
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - ?
MILITARY DISTRICT - ?
BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
EMBARKATION UNIT - 3rd Reinforcements to 3rd Battalion, G Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 6 May 1916
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 52 OR 53
VESSEL - Mokoia or Navua
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - Canterbury Infantry Regiment
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Somme, France
DATE OF DEATH - 1 October 1916
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - IV.G.37. WARLENCOURT BRITISH CEMETERY Pas de Calais FRANCE

McCORMICK, William (Memorial has W McCormack)
- this is the only William McCormick who died in WWI from this area, the other was William
Raymond, a farmer of Te Aroha, he embarked on 1 April 1916, there were NO McCormacks)
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 10/2216
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs G.W. Watson (sister), 10 Union Street, Kirkeudbright, Scotland
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - 165 Owen Street, Wellington,
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 5th Reinforcements
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Infantry Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 13 June 1915
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 24 OR 25 OR 26
VESSEL - Maunganui or Tahiti or Aparima
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt (24 July - 6 August 1915)
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Battalion
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Gallipoli, Turkey
DATE OF DEATH - 11 August 1915
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - 21. CHUNUK BAIR (NZ) MEMORIAL Turkey

McDONALD, K
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McGILLICUDY, DP
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MOWLEM, James aged 39
born 1877 in Wainuiomata to Captain John Mowlem (1840-1910) of the ship Electra, of London & Agnes SINCLAIR
(1846-1914) eldest daughter (& twin with brother Duncan, 1st white children born in Wainuiomata
lived in Feilding) of Hugh Sinclair Esq., of Mownui (married 18-2-1868 in Wainuiomata and was also
a Coroner in Palmerston North)
their children were:
1868-1950 Jessie Mowlem, married John Gordon ELLIOTT, died in Whangarei
1870-1951 John Mowlem, All Black debut 1893, slected playing for Manawatu, married Annie DANKS,
lived for a time in Masterton as an auctioneer, died in Tauranga
1875-1897 Fred Mowlem, married Rose Emma Green of Masterton
1877-1916 James
1879-1881 Hugh Mowlem, of Feilding, was an Engineer in Feilding, buried Palmerston North
1881-1906 Agnes Mowlem, married George Alexander Sinclair ROSS, died in Remuera, Auckland
1884-1911 Percy Mowlem, left as bugler with the Sixth Contingent to South Africa, worked in SOuth
Africa with a diamond firm, died Belgian Congo, unmarried
1888-1962 Hilda Mowlem, married Harold Watkinson, buried Purewa Auckland
1890-1971 Vera Mowlem, married Leonard Davidson PATERSON
RANK LAST HELD - Sergeant
SERIAL NUMBER - 23/42
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Sergeant
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs Mowlem (wife) c/o J. Thompson, Church Square Cape Town, South Africa
- ALSO: Son of Capt. & Mrs. John Mowlem of Palmerston North, husband of Gladys Victoria Phillips
(formerly Mowlem) of 8 Bank Place, Portmadoc, Wales.
Also served in the South African Campaign and in Egypt
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Post-office, Martinborough
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 1st Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade
EMBARKATION UNIT - A Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 9 October 1915
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 30 OR 31 OR 32 OR 33 OR 34
VESSEL - Maunganui or Tahiti or Aparima or Navua or Warrimoo
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Somme, France
DATE OF DEATH - 15 September 1916
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - CATERPILLAR VALLEY (NZ) MEMORIAL Somme FRANCE

O'CALLAGHAN, P
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ORR, James aged 26
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 38062
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OCCUPATION - Farmer
NEXT OF KIN - Miss M. Orr (sister), Martinborough
- Brother of Mrs. Charles William Barker (Winifred Mary), of Mangatoro, Dannevirke
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - ?
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Expeditionary Force
EMBARKATION UNIT - 22nd Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Regiment, B Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 16 February 1917
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
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VESSEL - Aparima
DESTINATION - Plymouth, England
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Regiment, 1 Battalion
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Ypres, Belgium
DATE OF DEATH - 29 July 1917
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - MESSINES RIDGE (NZ) MEMORIAL Mesen, West-Vlaanderen BELGIUM

PARKES, T
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PLUMMER, Douglas Algernon aged ?
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EMBARKATION UNIT - 3rd Reinforcements to 3rd Battalion, G Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 6 May 1916
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VESSEL - Mokoia or Navua
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Somme, France
DATE OF DEATH - 2 October 1916
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - II.F. 5. A.I.F. BURIAL GROUND, FLERS Somme FRANCE

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SCALES, Cecil Hastings 'JACK' aged 25
- born 1889 in Lower Hutt
- 3rd of 5 children of George Herbert SCALES & Gertrude Maynard SNOW
- brother of George below
- other siblings were:
1885 Edward Herbert Athol Scales (also served)
- SAPPER, #4/959, 5th Reinforcements, Field Engineers, Embarkation 13th June 1915
1887 Helen Flora Victoria Scales
1892 Gertrude Maude Margorie Scales
RANK LAST HELD - Lance Corporal
SERIAL NUMBER - 11/372
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ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Hinakura, New Zealand
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - Main Body
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Mounted Rifles
EMBARKATION DATE - 16 October 1914
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 6 OR 10
VESSEL - ORARI or ARAWA
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Gallipoli, Turkey
li>DATE OF DEATH - 30th May 1915
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - 72. at LONE PINE MEMORIAL, Turkey

SCALES, George 'ARTHUR' Maynard aged 22
- born 1891
- 4th of 5 children of George Herbert SCALES & Gertrude Maynard SNOW
- brother of Cecil above, see other siblings at Cecil's name
RANK LAST HELD - Sapper
SERIAL NUMBER - 10/1330
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NEXT OF KIN - G.H. Scales (father), Lower Hutt, Wellington
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Martinborough
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION - 2nd Reinforcements
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Infantry Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 14 December 1914
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 13 OR 14 OR 15
VESSEL - Verdala or Willochra or Knight of the Garter
DESTINATION - Suez,Egypt (28 January 1915)
LAST UNIT SERVED - New Zealand Engineers
CAUSE OF DEATH - Died of disease
PLACE OF DEATH - evacuated ill off Gallipoli to England, where he died
DATE OF DEATH - 18 December 1915
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - I1. 31. at Oxford (Botley) Cemetery, Oxfordshire, England

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WARREN, William Henry aged 26
born 16th Jan 1890 to Lewis Benjamin WARREN & Alice Ellen BARBER
their known children were:
1887-1927 Ernest George Warren, married Georgina HARDING in 1914
1890 William Henry
1893 John Samuel Warren Warren
1895 Amy Esther Warren. married Benjamin OSBORNE in 1919
1898-1956 Herbert Lewis Warren, married Gwendeline Pearl MANGHAM in 1929
1900-1983 Charles Robert Warren, married Nellie Doris TURK in 1923
1903-1966 Leonard Norman Warren
1904 Ethel Diment Warren, married Francis NALTON in 1925
1908-11989 Albert Edward Warren
and an unknown stillborn child
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SERIAL NUMBER - 41914
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OCCUPATION - farmer
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ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - ?
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BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
EMBARKATION UNIT - Reinforcements G Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 14 March 1917
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 79
VESSEL - Ruapehu
DESTINATION - Devonport, England
LAST UNIT SERVED - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
CAUSE OF DEATH - Died of wounds
PLACE OF DEATH - Belgium
DATE OF DEATH - 23 October 1917
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - XXX.G.1. ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY Pas de Calais FRANCE

WILKINS, Thomas Frederick aged 31
born 18th Oct 1885 to Henary WILKINS (1860-1918) & Margaret EVANS
their children were:
1880 Margaret Louisa Evans Wilkins, married Leonard John CLARK in 1904
1882 Amelia Emily Wilkins, married Henry HAMMOND in 1921
1883-1963 Joseph George Henry Wilkins
1884 William Wilkins
1885 Thomas Frederick
1888 Charles Burtrand Wilkins
1889 Florence Elder Bray Wilkins
RANK LAST HELD - Rifleman
SERIAL NUMBER - 22898
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Rifleman
OCCUPATION - Draper
NEXT OF KIN - H. Wilkins (father), Totara Street, Nelson
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - ?
MILITARY DISTRICT - ?
BODY ON EMBARKATION - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
EMBARKATION UNIT - 7th Reinforcements 2nd Battalion, F Company
EMBARKATION DATE - 27 May 1916
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HMNZT 54 OR 55
VESSEL - Willochra or Tofua
DESTINATION - Plymouth or Devonport, England
LAST UNIT SERVED - New Zealand Rifle Brigade
CAUSE OF DEATH - Died of wounds
PLACE OF DEATH - France
DATE OF DEATH - 6 May 1917
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - III.B.131. BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION (NORD) France

WILLIAMS, Leslie John aged 20
born 16th Feb 1896 to John Alexander WILLIAMS (1865-1912) & Eleanor HAMBLETON (1870-1939) -
married 2nd Nov 1892 in Knox Church Dunedin. Buried together in Timaru their known children were:
1894-1954 Herbert Ralph Williams, married Gertrude Margaret HANNA (1886-1962)
1896 Leslie John
1898-1948 Florence Rita Williams, not married
1899-1962 Norman Williams
RANK LAST HELD - Private
SERIAL NUMBER - 10/3125
FIRST KNOWN RANK - Private
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs E. Williams (mother), Beverley Road, Timaru
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS - Post-office, Martinborough
MILITARY DISTRICT - Wellington
BODY ON EMBARKATION -7th Reinforcements
EMBARKATION UNIT - Wellington Infantry Battalion
EMBARKATION DATE - 9 October 1915
PLACE OF EMBARKATION - Wellington
TRANSPORT - HNZT 32 OR 33 R 34
VESSEL - Aparima or Navua or Warrimoo
DESTINATION - Suez, Egypt
LAST UNIT SERVED - Wellington Infantry Regiment
CAUSE OF DEATH - Killed in action
PLACE OF DEATH - Somme, France
DATE OF DEATH - 16 September 1916
CEMETERY/MEMORIAL NAME - CATERPILLAR VALLEY (NEW ZEALAND) MEMORIAL Somme FRANCE

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burials WAIKARAKA cemetery AUCKLAND - 1890-1906 - (A to F)

Waikaraka Cemetery is located at 1 Alfred Street in Onehunga Auckland

The first burial took place in 1890 and the cemetery continues to operate.
The burial register for Waikaraka Cemetery contains information about people who were buried in the cemetery from 1890-1906.
The database includes the following details: date of warrant &warrant number, the name of deceased, occupation, residence, date of death, where the deceased last came from, age, native place and date of burial. The database is a partial transcript but for full details of entries in the record book you can visit the Auckland City Council archives research room. These details include cause of death,
denomination, years in province, where buried (class, block, section, lot), fees, name of informant, and remarks

The following names were taken from their database
Index for Waikaraka Cemetery Record Book and for quick research reasons.
More information on each person can be seen at the link

Plot Numbers & Inscriptions were taken from this site:
Cemetery Records, Waikaraka and others

Anything in italics is my addition

PAGE 1 - ADAMS to FURMAGE
PAGE 2 - GALLAGHER to MURTAGH
PAGE 3 - NEAL to ZAINEY

ADAMS, Charlotte Harriet of Ellerslie, April 1905 aged 3 weeks
- daughter of Charles ADAMS & Charlotte Harriet WILLIS
- Area 3 Block 7 Lot No 54
ADAMS, George of Ellerslie, April 1906 aged 4 weeks
- son of Charles ADAMS & Charlotte Harriet WILLIS
- Area 3 Block 7 Lot No 54
ADAMS, Trevor Ferguson of Jervois Rd, May 1906 aged 3 days
- son of Joseph ADAMS & Mary CAHILL
ALLAN, May of Wanganui, March 1906 aged 10 months
- as ALLEN at database
- Area 3 Block 6 Lot No 33
ANDERSON, Olga of Sydney NSW, March 1904 aged 2 years
- Area 1 Block D Lot No 29
- inscription reads "Loving remembrance of Olga beloved and deeply mourned infant dau of William & Eugenie Anderson died 26 Mar 1904 aged 2 yrs 3 mths"
ANDERSON, Elizabeth of England, 1865-1905
- Area 3 Block 9 Lot No 2
ANDREW, Gwendoline Kate of Epsom, (above database has ANDREWS) April 1903 aged 3 months
- daughter of John ANDREW & Kate BARR
- inscription reads: "In loving memory of Gwendoline Kate beloved dau of J & K Andrew Jr who died 18 April 1903 age 3 and a half months
(sep headstone) In loving memory of John dearly beloved husband of Kate Andrew died 7 Dec 1925 aged 48 yrs. Also his beloved wife Kate Andrew died 4 Oct 1970 aged 89 yrs"
ANDREWS, Eileen Dorothy Elpin of Ponsonby, Dec 1905 aged 3 months
- daughter of Annie ANDREWS, father not recorded at birth
- Area 3 Block 8 Lot No 62
ANNISON, Florence Isabella of Ponsonby, March 1904 aged 8 months
- daughter of Arthur James ANNISON & Agnes WILLIAMSON
- Area 3 Block 3 Lot No 3
ARCHER, Stillborn baby of Jane of Auckland, 31st Jan 1905
- Area 3 Block 8 Lot No 52
ARNOLD, Mary of Onehunga 1863-1903
- Area 3 Block 2 Lot No 34
- inscription reads: "In loving memory of Mary Arnold, William Arnold, Earnest Arnold, Hazel Waugh, Richard Byrnes, Rebecca Byrnes, Rose Stokes" (Note spelling of Earnest)
ARNOLD, Mary Ann of Ireland 1816-1905
- inscription reads: "In loving memory of Mary Ann Arnold died 24 Dec 1905 aged 89 yrs RIP" - (sep plaque) "In loving memory of Agnes beloved wife of Daniel Twohill died 25 Sept 1920 aged 55 yrs RIP"
AUCKRAM, Annie Jane (nee STRIBLEY) of Auckland 1881-1904
- wife of Thomas Alfred AUCKRAM (1878-1952) who remarried in 1906 to Mary BREWIN
- Annie possibly died during birth of daughter Annie Jane
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Annie Jane dearly beloved wife of Thomas Alfred Auckram died 23 Oct 1904 aged 23 yrs Beloved by all who knew her"
AULSEBROOK, John of England 1834-1905
- inscription reads "In memory of John Aulsebrook died 11 Dec 1905 aged 71 yrs"

BACKHURST, Minnie of Onehunga, May 1903 aged 13 days
- daughter of George & Elizabeth BACKHURST
- Area 3 Block 6 Lot No 12
BAILEY, Edward Leslie of Onehunga 1898-1900
- son of William BAILEY & Louisa PARCE
- inscription reads "In loving memory of John Pearce died 2 Oct 1890 aged 68 yrs. Also Elizabeth his beloved wife died 8 May 1908 aged 72 yrs. And Leslie Bailey their beloved grandchild died 17 Sept 1900 aged 2 and a half yrs. Also their loved dau Louisa loved wife of William Bailey died 9 May 1938 aged 61 yrs In loving memory of Hephzibah their beloved dau died 7 Sept 1888 aged 20 yrs. And their beloved son Benjamin died 1 Oct 1900 aged 38 yrs. Also William beloved husband of Louisa Bailey died 16 Sept 1948 aged 76 yrs. In loving memory of Ann, Elizabeth & Frances beloved daus of John & Elizabeth Pearce (no dates). In loving memory of their dear sons George died 8 Sept 1920 aged 64 yrs And Samuel died 19 Sept 1923 aged 57 yrs. Also John died 25 Mar 1938 aged 79 yrs"
BALLANTINE, Margaret Mary (nee MULLIGAN) of Kumara 1870-1905
- married John Harrison BALLANTINE 1890
BANKS, Frances of England 1848-1905
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Frances beloved wife of Benjamin Banks (1844-1932) died 13 April 1905 aged 57 yrs" (grave reopened)
BARNES, Roy Francis of central Auckland, March 1906 aged 3 months
- son of John Edward & Mary Marguerite BARNES
BARNETT, Louisa of England (married) 1871-1904
- Area 3 Block 3 Lot No 20
BARTLETT, George Arthur of Onehunga, April 1902 aged 1
- son of Frederick BARTLETT & Ada Maria SIMMONDS
BATEMAN, William settler of Gloucester England 1838-1902
- inscription reads "In loving memory of William Bateman died 30 July 1902 aged 64 yrs. Also James Henry Mayall (aged 70)
beloved husband of Annie Mayall (nee Bateman 1861-1949)died 17 May 1932"
BEAVER, Henry of Onehunga April 1901 aged 4 days
- son of Walter Robert BEAVER & Lelia Rose BLACKBURN
BEITH, Margaret of Scotland, widow 1834-1905
- Area 3 Block 9 Lot No 14
BELL, Albert Pirritt of Epsom, April 1905 aged 14 months
- son of George Pirrett & Jeanette BELL
BELSHAM, Leslie of Epsom, April 1905 aged 3 weeks
- son of Samson/Sampson BELSHAM & Mabel KILGOUR
BENYON, James Stephen butcher Mt Roskill 1878-1905
- inscription reads "In loving memory of James Stephen beloved son of James & Flora Benyon died 4 Aug 1905 aged 27 yrs. Also Tewksbury Benyon accidentally drowned at Rotorua 24 Nov 1909 aged 29 yrs"
BERGGREN, Bridget Frances (nee WAKSH) of Ireland (2nd wife of John Olaf) 1864-1892, his 1st wife was Catherine SHEEHY
BERGMAN, George Reginald "Reggie" of Auckland May 1900 aged 3 months
- inscription reads "Bergman - In loving memory of E R [i[Emil Rudolph Bergman (Jack) beloved husband of Ada G Bergman died 22 Mar 1937 aged 65 yrs. Also their children Reggie & Kelsey. Also Ada Georgina Bergman died 2 Feb 1946 aged 71 yrs. A faithful & loving wife & mother"
BERGMAN, Kelsey of Onehunga, May 1906 aged 6 weeks
- daughter of Emil Rudolph & Ada Georgina BERGMAN (see above)
BERRIGAN, Dennis of Ireland 1831-1904
- Area 3 Block 5 Lot No 31
BERRY, Albert Francis of Auckland, May 1905 aged 3 months
- parents not found
- Area 3 Block 6 Lot No 45
BERTRAND, Walter Draughtsman of Grenada, West Indies 1859-1906
- inscription reads "Walter ... Mary Bertrand" (no other information decipherable)
BETTIS, Prematurely born child 1904
- Area 3 Block 4 Lot No 4
BETTS, Daphne Florence of Onehunga Feb 1905 aged 3 months
- daughter of Emma Florence Betts, father not recorded at birth. Emma also had a son Frederick Wolfran Betts in 1906
BETTS, Owen of London, Commercial Traveller 1869-1902
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Owen Betts died 5 Oct 1902 aged 37 yrs Rest in peace"
BEVEGE, James Storekeeper of England 1827-1904
- inscription reads "In loving memory of James Bevege died 24 June 1904 aged 77. Also Burton Bell beloved husband of Elizabeth Bevege (nee BROOKS)died 16 Sept 1927 aged 58"
BIDDICK, Albert Charles of Onehunga Sep 1900 aged 5 months
- son of George Durham BIDDICK & Rebecca Mary CHASE
- inscription reads "In loving memory of George Durham Biddick devoted husband of Rebecca Mary Biddick died 22 May 1929 in his 63rd yr. Also their beloved son George James Biddick killed in action Battle of Somme 28 Sept 1916 aged 24 yrs. Also his beloved wife Rebecca Mary Biddick died 6 May 1933 in her 66th yr. Also of Albert Charles Biddick died 26 Sept 1900 aged 5 mths beloved son of G D & R M Biddick. Desmond Roy Belsham died 11 April 1920 aged one month grandson of G D & R M Biddick. Oswald Henrickson died 2 Feb 1921 aged 5 mths foster grandson of G D & R M Biddick. Also Lydia Agnes Belsham beloved wife of John Leo Belsham died 19 Feb 1965 aged 70 yrs"
BIDGOOD, Annie Alice (nee JEFFS) of Wellington 1877-1905
- (married John Percy Bidgood)
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Annie Agnes the beloved wife of John Percy Bidgood died 17 Nov 1905 in her 29th yr. Also her sister Jane Elizabeth Ellen the beloved wife of John J Chappell died 10 Mar 1907 aged 35 yrs" - Note different second name Alice
BIRD, Clara Gee (nee WALDEN) of England 1865-1902
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Clara beloved wife of Alexander Bird died 4 Aug 1902 aged 37 yrs"
BIRRELL, David of Auckland, May 1905 aged 6 months
- son of David & Margaret BIRRELL
BISHOP, Annie Thelma of Onehunga Nov 1904 aged 9 weeks
- daughter of Archibald BISHOP & Letitia Sarah SHEPHERD
BLACK, Anna Maria (nee CREIGHTON) 1854-1903 of Auckland (married Alexander in 1884)
- inscription has "Anna Marie Black and her sisters Elizabeth and Amelia"
BLACKBURN, Adelaide (nee HOWARTH) of Auckland 1872-1905
- married Alfred William Blackburn in 1898
- Alfred remarried in 1905 to Mary GRAY, Adelaide's step sister
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Adelaide the beloved wife of A W Blackburn died 11 May 1905 aged 33 yrs. Also Alfred William beloved husband of Mary Blackburn died 16 Aug 1915 aged 38 yrs"
(sep plaque) "In loving memory of Mary (nee Gray) wife of A W Blackburn died 8 May 1953 aged 71 yrs. Also Adelaide Gray (married Niel Gray in 1877, formerly Howarth) mother of Mary & Adelaide died 4 Feb 1922 aged 70 yrs"
BLACKBURN, Evelyn Agnes of Onehunga, Nov 1905 aged 3 weeks
- daughter of Alfred William BLACKBURN & his 2nd wife Mary GRAY (see above)
BLACKWOOD, George Settler of Ayr Scotland 1827-1903
- inscription reads "In loving memory of Charlotte Louisa (nee BEAVER) beloved wife of J H Blackwood died 24 June 1915 aged 51 yrs. Also James Henry Blackwood died 29 Sept 1930 aged 65. Also Laurel Annie Elizabeth Blackwood died 17 Aug 1891 aged 5 mths. In loving memory of George Blackwood died 25 Jan 1903 aged 76 yrs. Also Lieut Frederick George Blackwood of HM Auz Cruiser 'Lady Cory Wright' [(mine carrier, sunk by German U-boat UC17 12 miles off Lizard, Cornwall while on mine laying duties) killed in action 26 Mar 1918"
BLACKWOOD, Laurel Annie Elizabeth, of NZ, Aug 1891 aged 5 months
- daughter of James Henry BLACKWOOD & Charlotte Louisa BEAVER
BLAIR, Robert Muir, of Penrose, Feb 1905 aged 3 months
- son of William & Emma BLAIR
BLAKE, Herbert, veteran, of Ireland 1836-1905
- VETERANS Military Cemetery Memorial Wall. Died at Auckland Veterans Home - inscription reads "Herbert Blake 40th Regiment died 15-10-05 aged 69"
BLANCHFIELD, Cyril George, of Auckland, March 1905 aged 4 months, born 13th Nov 1904
- twin son of Martin Joseph (1862-14th Nov 1945) & Kate Annie (1875-1st Oct 1945) BLANCHFIELD
BLANCHFIELD, John Frederick, of Auckland, Dec 1905 aged 13 months, born 13th Nov 1904
- twin son of Martin Joseph & Kate Annie BLANCHFIELD
- Martin was an auctioneer. They lived in Waihi by 1910
- a daughter, Hilda Teresa, married Luther English AMBURY in 1925
BLYTHE, Victoria Selina, of Onehunga, June 1900 aged 4 weeks
BOQUELLY, [BAGUELY], Ernest, of France 1867-1902
BOTT, Thomas E, Ships Steward of England 1832-1904
BOUILLON, Eugene Marie, Gentleman of France 1835-1905
BOWEN, Henry, of Wales 1823-1904
BOWER, Henry Dott, Master Mariner of Scotland 1831-1904
BOWGEN, Beatrice Gee of Feltwell Norfolk England, (married) 1842-1899 BOYD, William Robert, of Belfast 1871-1905
BRAIN, Clarence Trevan of Onehunga, Aug 1903 aged 9 weeks
BRAITHWAITE, Avis Edna of Ponsonby, April 1906 aged 6 months
BRAY, Ivy Phyllis of Onehunga, May 1906 aged 6 months
BRAY, Wilfred, Carrier of Onehunga, 1879-1905
BRENNAN, Bridget of Ireland, (married) 1823-1903
BRENNAN, John, of Ireland 1832-1905
BRENNAN, Mary, of Ireland (married) 1861-1903
BRIERLY, Mary Jane, of Ireland (married) 1848-1905
BROOK, Christina Mary, of Tasmania 1899-1906
BROOKES, James, settler of England 1848-1905
BROWN, William Henry Catlin, of Auckland, March 1906 aged 4 months
BROWN, Charles Sailor of London via Durban South Africa (Boer War)1886-1902
BROWNLEY, Harold, of Canada 1889-1904
BROWNLEY, Permelie/Permerie, of Canada (married) 1850-1903
BRYAN, John Graham settler in Manukau 1878-1903
BRYAN, Margaret Graham of NZ (married) 1859-1905
BRYANT, Jane Elizabeth of Scotland (widow) 1836-1904
BULCRAIG, Mary Ann of England (married) 1832-1904
BURGESS, Ann of England (widow) 1819-1905
BURKE, James of Ireland 1830-1905
BURKE, Olly Daniel of Onehunga April 1903 aged 4
BURN, Henry of Alnwick, England 1817-1905
BURNETT, Augustus William Settler of Southampton, England 1828-1901
BURNETT, George Thomas of Auckland Feb 1903 aged 8 months
BUTLER, William of Auckland Dec 1905 aged 1 month
BYCROFT, John Miller of NZ 1844-1892
BYRNE, Catherine of Ireland, never married 1827-1905

CALDOW, Freda May, of Onehunga Dec 1902 aged 4
CALDOW, George, Ironworker of Scotland 1840-1900
CALLWELL, George, Army Captain of Ireland 1843-1905
CAMPBELL, Alexander, School Master of Scotland 1850-1904
CAMPBELL, Angus, of Canada 1830-1906
CAREY, John, of Onehunga 1893-1903
CAREY, Mary, of Cork Ireland 1833-1906
CARLETON, Annie, of Ireland (not married) 1876-1902
CARLETON, Emily & Mary Ag 1902 1 hour old twins of Kate Carleton
CARLETON, James Patrick, of Onehunga 1888-1902
CARLY, Eliza Catherine, of England (married) 1833-1900
CARMODY, Charles, of Auckland Dec 1905 aged 1 week
CARR, James Dilling sailor from America 1836-1904
CARRIGAN, Margaret, of Auckland 1887-1901
CARVER, Henry, settler of England via Australia 1820-1905
CASEY, Francis, Miner of NZ 1873-1904
CAVE, Edgar, Captain of England via Suva 1875-1904
CHAPMAN, Admon, settler of Kent 1828-1892
CHONLE, Annie, of Ireland (married) 1835-1904
CLARK, Sarah Gibbons of England (married) 1823-1900,
CODLIN, Eliza Jane, of NZ (married) 1867-1900
COFFEY, James, Gentleman of Ireland 1832-1905
COLDICUTT, Charles Laurence, of Onehunga, Feb 1903 aged 3 months
COLDICUTT, Maud, of Onehunga, Oct 1905 aged 4 days
COLLEDGE, Robert, Miner of Onehunga 1872-1904
COLLEDGE, Ruby, of Onehunga April 1902 aged 5 weeks
COLLINS, Elizabeth, of Dublin (widow) 1848-1902
COLLINS, Francis Bertram 1905-1906, from Remuera
COLLIS, Henry 1905-1906, from Sydney
COLVIN, Dorothy Elizabeth 1904-1905, from Auckland
COLVIN, Thomas 1829-1902, from Ireland
COLVIN, Thomas 1873-1903, from Ireland
CONDON, Timothy 1829-1903, from Ireland
CONNELL, Vera 1906-1906, of Auckland
COOK, Wiliam John 1867-1904 of Whangarei
COON, George 1886-1905, of Hawera
COONEY, Patrick 1842-1905, of Whakatane
COOPER, Almah 1845-1899, of Somerset, ENgland
COOPER, Elsie Gladys 1906-1906, of Parnell
COOPER, William 1831-1904 of England
CORLES, Robert Leonard 1902-1902, of Auckland
CORNISH, George 1839-1905, of England
COURT, John 1905-1906, of Auckland
COURTNEY, Sarah Jane 1848-1905, of Ireland
COUTTS, Mary 1835-1902 of Aberdeen, Scotland
COUTTS, Olive Helen 1900-1902 of Thames, Coromandel
COUTTS, William 1866-1890, of Kawa Kawa
COX, Henry 1835-1891, of Gloucestershire, England
CRANSTON, James 1826-1905 of ?
CRICHTON, Samuel Joseph Goodwin 1896-1899, of Palmerston North
CROKER, Mary Lorimer 1857-1905, of Scotland
CROMWELL, Daniel 1840-1904, of Paisley Scotland
CROPP, Annie 1902-1902, of Onehunga
CROPP, Elizabeth Veronica 1902-1902, of Onehunga
CROPP, Michael Albert 1904-1904, of Onehunga
CROSS, Thomas 1877-1904, of Sydney, NSW
CROUCHER, Henry 1849-1904, of Auckland
CULLEN, Catherine 1844-1904
CULLINGTON, Ernest Arthur 1899-1900, of Onehunga
CULLINGTON, Lorna Blanch, Nov 1902 (Stillborn of Ada & William)
CUNNINGHAM, Charles Feb.1906 (12 hours old)
CUNNINGHAM, Drusilla Howard 1883-1905, of Onehunga, never married
CUNNINGHAM, James 1859-1899, seaman of Liverpool

DANIELS, Michael William 1876-1904, of Ireland
DARBEY, Elizabeth 1838-1906, of England
DARBY, Esmond Carrison 1904-190, of Russell
DAVENEY, Burton John 1835-1905, Army Captain of England
DAVIDGE, Ivy Helena 1900-1900, of Onehunga
DE MORNS, Rita Maud 1906-1906, of Auckland
DE SILVA, Catherine 185-1904, of Auckland
DE ST. GELAIS, Justin 1830-1904, of Rochefort-sur-Mer France
DEAN, Amelia 1863-1902, of England
DEMPSEY, John Frederick 1850-1902, Seaman of Ireland
DEMPSEY, Mary Ann 1855-1905, of ireland
DENIZE, John 1836-1900, of Jersey, Channel Islands
DENIZE, Lucy Hannah 1866-1888 (body removed from Maori Burial Ground Mangere under warrant of Colonial Secretary, reinterred June 1900)
DENNIS, Eveline 1906-1906 of NZ
DENT, John 1830-1904 of Ireland
DIAMOND, Thomas 1862-1904, of Ireland
DICKINSON, Phyllis (database has DICKENSON, Phillis) 1904-1905
DIGNAN, Anthony Martin 1858-1902, of Auckland
DOBSON, Annie 1855-1905, of England
DODGEON, Jane 1837-1906, of Burnley England
DODGEON, William 1836-1904, of England
DOHERTY, Clifford James 1898-1903, of Onehunga
DOHERTY, Mary Ellen Maud 1902-1902 of Onehunga
DONOVAN, Edward Brummell 1905-1905 (aged 2 weeks)
DONOVAN, Iris Josephine 1904-1905, of Auckland
DONOVAN, William Joseph 1905-1905, of Auckland
DROMGOOL, Charles Francis Herbert 1884-1891, of Northcote

EDMONDSON, John Thomas 1887-1906, of NZ
EDMUNDS, Robert 1828-1905, of London England
ELLIS, Edward 1848-1902, of Auckland
ERAIACORA, Giacoma 1844-1906, of Italy
EVANS, Frederick J 1859-1904, of England
EVANS, May 1902-1902, of Mount Eden (aged 1 day)
EVITT, Elizabeth Julia 1856-1905

FALLON, Ellen Avalene 1873-1905, unmarried
FARRAR, Thomas 1845-1903, of England via America
FARRELL, Cosmos 1904-1905
FARRELL, Edna May 1905-1905
FARRELL, Marie Boyd McCormack 1900-1900, of Auckland
FATOOCK, [FATOOCH], Hannah 1887-1906, of Zahleh, Mount Lebanon
FELLOWS, Mary Ann 1855-1904, of Scotland
FENDICK, Harry 1844-1905, of London England
FENTON, Stillborn child, June 1902
FERGUSON, James Owen Alexander 1905-1905 (aged 3 weeks)
FERGUSON, Peter 1841-1905, of Scotland
FILMER, John James 1840-1901, of England
FILMER, Mary Ann 1847-1900, of Tipperary (wife of John above)
FITZHERBERT, George 1852-1904 (prisoner at time of death)
FLANNAGAN, Elizabeth 20-8-1901-25-7-1905, of Opotiki
FLATT, Arthur William 1892-1906, of NZ
FLETCHER, Elizabeth 1829-1902, of Cornwall England
FLETCHER, George 1827-1905 of England
FLETCHER, John 1875-1900, of Queensland
FLETCHER, John 1825-1906, of England
FLETCHER, Leo Walter 1905-1905 of NZ
FOLEY, James Leonard 1906-1906, of NZ
FOLLAS, Ernest Young 1905-1906, of NZ
FORREST, William 1905-1905, of NZ
FOSTER, Wilhelmina 1866-1904
FRENCH, Bridget 1832-1904, of Ireland
FROST, John Joseph 1878-1902, of Auckland
FURMAGE, William Henry 1901-1901, of Penrose Auckland

LIST of VICTIMS - 1931 NAPIER 7.8 earthquake

On Tuesday morning the 3rd February 1931 at 10.47am the ground in the Hawkes Bay region heaved sharply upward and swayed. A deceptive half-minute pause was followed by a downward motion and violent shaking and rocking
... In all the 7.8 quake spanned two and a half minutes

- the sea floor off the curving sweep of Hawkes Bay was lifted 2.7 metres and large boats were left high and dry as 2200 hectares of tidal flats in Ahuriri Lagoon were raised to sea level

As buildings began to disintegrate many people fled outdoors into a lethal rain of chunks from ornate facades, parapets and cornices. Buildings swayed violently and their walls bulged and collapsed into the streets in avalanches of brick and masonry that crushed vehicles and people. Roofs caved in on buildings that had large open internal areas, such as churches, libraries and theatres. In some buildings the internal floors pulled free of the swaying walls, collapsing inward in a jumble of girders, wood and plaster

NOTE
* as at 8 June 2016 a couple of links have had to be removed as they were no longer active - very disappointing and annoying
have also added ...
* Auckland Star, 5 Feb 1931
Death-Roll increases
, 169 names to date
* NZ Herald, 9 Feb 1931
Death Roll From Napier

* 11,000 evacuated

In Napier, the recently built Nurses Home collapsed, killing clerical staff and off-duty nurses who were sleeping. In Hastings at least 50 people were in Roachs department store when it collapsed (it is now Westpoint Plaza); 17 died and many were seriously injured. The entire front of the five-storey Grand Hotel in Hastings crumbled into Heretaunga Street, claiming eight lives. Fifteen died at the Park Island Old Mens Home near Taradale, but a 91-year-old man was pulled alive from the rubble three days later.

HAWKES BAY 1931 the site from Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand with their collection of photos, other info and links to other quakes

THE NAPIER EARTHQUAKE of 1931 with photos

Napier 1931 Earthquake another list of names some with notes & bios. Some of the bios below were taken from this site

The official death toll was 256 people who died in the magnitude 7.8
earthquake but there are 258 names on the memorial, and this unofficial number is likely to be correct.
- 161 in Napier
- 93 in Hastings
- 2 in Wairoa
Many thousands more required medical treatment.

I have taken names from a number of different sites on the web (some from links at the above sites) - it seems that every site visited has a different list of names, so I have compiled a list containing all the names found and will, with your help, research and verify and add if required. Explosives were used to make a hole in the cemetery big enough to inter 54 coffins in the first burial service. The aim is to add Plot numbers as they become available

This is not a complete list - and may not ever be ...

The * at the front of a name means they are buried in a mass grave in Hastings and their name is on the memorial.
The memorial area contains the remains of 100 people who perished in the Hawke's Bay Earthquake of 3 February 1931. The tablets on the memorial record the names of 86 of those interred in the mass grave plus the names of 23 others buried elsewhere in the cemetery.

Ainsley, Bodey aged 22 from Greymouth

Alexander, Thomas Wilson aged 45
- from Pakipaki, 8km south of Hastings
- married Olive Mona BAYLISS in 1926
- PLOT 724 - BLOCK F at Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchaser was Samuel Thomas TONG (1849-1934)

Allan, Sylvia Margaret Fordie aged 16, Hastings
- daughter of James ALLAN & Ethel Linda ROWE
- PLOT 2 - BLOCK L at Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchaser was her father James Allan

Alloway, Ivy Patricia (Miss) aged 18
- at Roachs' Building Hastings
- daughter of George Frederick ALLOWAY (1880-1952) & Emily Jane WALKER (?-9th March 1931, buried with Ivy)
- PLOT 726 - BLOCK F at Hastings Cemetery (with her mother)
- plot purchaser was her father George Frederick Alloway

Anderson, boy from Technical School
- no records found for a boy Anderson

Arrowsmith, Margaret (nee THEILE) aged 51
- married Thomas Arrowsmith in 1903
- mother of Cecil Thomas (1905-1965), Thelma Marie Elizabeth & Ronald Albert George Arrowsmith (possibly more)

* Ashwell, Cecil George aged 30 was a porter at Claredon Hotel
- married Mina TROADEC in 1920
- Mina was POSSIBLY a sister of Gustave Troadec one of the 72 victims of the 1909 sinking of the SS PENGUIN
- Mina was in Wellington at the time

Ashworth, Ellen aged 37 (nee McCarter)
- from Tikokino, 50km SW of Hastings
- of Lancashire England
- married Charles Ashworth
- PLOT 717 - BLOCK D at Hastings Cemetery

* Atkinson, Thomas Henry aged 43

Bader, Eric aged 15 of Nelson St, Hastings

Barrett, Mrs Sarah Naomi aged 53 (nee ATKINS)
- reported as being from Masterton
- married Walter Barrett
Mother of Mrs PEARCE, living at Petone
- PLOT 8 - BLOCK L at Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchased by her husband Walter Herbert Barrett (1884-1964)
.. inscription reads:
Beloved Wife of Walter Barrett Of Napier
At Rest Ever Remembered By Her Loving Husband & Daughters

Barry, Edith Mary Maud (nee CREAGH) aged 61 of Napier
- married Thomas BARRY in 1891, their children were:
Arthur Tremwith (1891-1962 married Delia JONES in 1927)
Thomas Creagh (1895-1967)
Isabel Edith (1900-1983 married Ray Rollo BUDDO in 1925)
David George (1901-1959 married Eunice Margaret HART in 1922)
Desmond Whittaker (1906-1987)
- died at St John's Anglican Cathedral

Bartle, William Morley aged 61, Hastings
- married Selina FLINT (1873-1960) in 1896, had a son William Cecil & a daughter Doris Alma
- PLOT 690 - BLOCK D at Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchaser was his wife Selina

Bartlett, Mary Hodge (nee CALDOW) of Hastings aged 48
- married William George BARTLETT in 1901
- daughter Myra also died, (see BERRY below)
- Dressed in floral silk frock, ring and two diamond engagement rings
- PLOT 20 - BLOCK C at Hastings Cemetery

* Basher, Reginald George aged 16

* Bennett, Mary Leah (Miss) of Napier aged 17

Berry, Myra George (nee BARTLETT) aged 28
- daughter of William George BARTLETT & Mary Hodge CALDOW (above)
- married Thomas Henry BERRY in 1923
- short with brown hair (OR short, brown hair). Dressed in pale grey crepe de chine, dress trimmed with red, wearing necklace
- PLOT 696 - BLOCK D at Hastings Cemetery

* Bickerstaff, Louisa Maude (nee BURGESS) aged 39 of Napier
- daughter of James BURGESS & Ellen/Helen WILSON
- married Charles Herbert BICKERSTAFF (1885-1976) in 1913
- had a young family

* Bisson, Annie (nee DONS) aged 45 of Napier and her washerwoman ??
- married Leonard Thayer Bisson in 1914

* Blackburn, Mary Ann (Mrs) aged 85 (nee LANE)
- married James Joseph Blackburn, arrived in NZ Sep 1875

Bohan, Kathleen aged 16 of 615 Avenue Road, Hastings
- PLOT 20 - BLOCK C at the Hastings Cemetery
- she was given an earthquake victims grave

Bohan, Mrs Ellen aged 58 (nee SULLIVAN)
- of Hastings

* Bonner, Alfred John 'Alf' aged 55 of Napier
- married with grown up family

* Boyd, Frances Mary (nee FOY) of Epsom Auckland aged 69. Was on holiday visiting her daughter Myrtle, Mrs R. N. MacNiven
- married Joseph Boyd in 1886. Their children were:
Sydney Francis Boyd (1887-1947) married Jessie IRVING 1921
Myrtle Gwendoline Boyd (1890-1981) married Robert Nicol McNIVEN 1913
Gladys Holly Boyd (1893-?) married Robert John CAMPBELL 1916
Alice Theo Snowdon Boyd (1899-?) married William Arthur HAWKINS 1925

Brace, Eugene - no records found

Brace, Henry Herbert aged 40 of Hastings
- PLOT 671 - BLOCK D at Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchased by his wife Florence Eugenie Brace (1871-1944)
.. inscription reads:
To Live In Hearts We Leave Behind Is Not To Die

Brandon, Eileen Mary (Miss) aged 20 of Napier
- newspaper reports say from Woodville

Brooker, Henry age 55 of Pakipaki, 8km S of Hastings
- PLOT 698 - BLOCK D of the Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchaser was Mrs HY Brooker

Brown, Gilbert aged 92
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

Brown, Raymond Kenneth Broburg
- c/o Beck's Pharmacy Hastings aged 21
- son of Cecil Edward Adolph BROWN & Beta Seabird LLOYD (1890-1956, married 1906)
- 2 known brothers (possibly more) were: Cyril Norman Adolph (1907-1919) & Lloyd Frederick Charles (1908-1961) Brown
- PLOT 21 - BLOCK C at the Hastings Cemetery

Bryson, Jane aged 66

Bryson, Ruth aged 54 unmarried
- daughter of Archibald & Alicia Bryson
- Archibald arrived into Port Chalmers (Dunedin) from Greenock on the James Nicol Fleming on 22-8-1872, (the name of this clipper ship was changed in 1879 to 'Napier') he then went on to Napier where he had the Napier Hotel.

Buck, Mary Teresa, Hastings at Roaches Building
- no death record for that name
- PLOT - BLOCK

* Burrow, Clarice Margaret, (Miss) aged 16 of Napier
- daughter of Arthur Burrow (1889-1948) & Ada Emily Smyrk (1887-1936) of Napier

Butler, Gwendoline Ethel 'Gwen' (Miss) aged 21
- cashier at Griffith's Shoe Shop 211 Heretaunga St Hastings est. 1914
- daughter of Thomas BUTLER & Ethel Jane LILLEY of Havelock North
- sister of Albert Raymus 'Ray' Bulter (1910-1998)
... Apparently she, along with the rest of the staff and customers, successfully evacuated the shop during or immediately after the first major shock. Allegedly, another staff member then said to Gwen, "What about the money in the till?". Gwen, as the cashier, realised the contents of the till were her responsibility and she re-entered the shop to recover the money. She was caught by an aftershock that brought down the already weakened neighbouring brick bank building on top of the shoe shop. The coroner recorded on her death certificate that death had occurred through collapse of a building caused by an earthquake of great severity. Gwen was buried in the Havelock North Cemetery on 5 Feb 1931
- PLOT 143L - BLOCK B at the Havelock North Cemetery

Cambridge, Olive Gwendoline Miss aged 18
- of 822 Karamu Road Napier
- PLOT 607 - BLOCK D of the Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchaser was Beatrice Cambridge

* Cameron, William Ritchie aged 46
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

* Canham, John Eugene aged 3

Carmody, Vincent, Seminarist of Wanganui aged 19
- at Roman Catholic Seminary, Greenmeadows

Chapman, Mary Hannah (Mrs) aged 70

Chittenden, Clive Leonard aged 5

Cleary, Gladys Alma, (Miss) aged 25
- of Warwick Road Hastings
- daughter of Thomas Cleary & Fanny Mulcaster
- sister of Randal Thomas Cleary (1903-1970)
- PLOT 638 - BLOCK E at Hastings Cemetery
- buried next to Thomas Michael Cleary (1869-1935)
- purchaser of both plots was Thomas Cleary

Cockerill, Mrs Emma Clara aged 78
- PLOT 705 - BLOCK D of the Hastings Cemetery

Cole, Ethel Rose (nee BARNES) aged 30
- married Francis Benjamin Cole in 1925
- buried with her 2 sons below
- PLOT 619 - BLOCK E

Cole, Peter Henry aged 3
- son of Ethel above
- PLOT 619 - BLOCK E of Hastings Cemetery

Cole, William Edwin Francis 'Billy aged 4
- son of Ethel above
- PLOT 619 - BLOCK E at Hastings Cemetery

Colebourne, John Henry aged 73
- c/o Williams and Kettle Ltd, Hastings
- PLOT 673 - BLOCK D at Hastings Cemetery

Collins, Mary (possibly nee RYAN) aged 70
- a widow, a patient in hospital
- PLOT 412 - BLOCK E at Hastings Cemetery
- buried with her husband Patrick Collins (1856-1919)
- plot purchaser was Mary Collins

* Colton, Edward aged 62
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

Cook, Thomas aged 42 of Havelock North
- married Francis Ethel MEADS in 1915
- PLOT 707 - BLOCK D of Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchaser was his wife Francis Ethel Cook

Couper, Brian aged 2
- of 622 Ellison Road Hastings
- PLOT - BLOCK

Couper, Phillipa aged 12
- of Otane, 37km S of Hastings
- PLOT 145A - BLOCK L of Havelock North Cemetery

Crawford, John Herbert aged 29
- storeman of Hastings
- eldest son of Herbert Crawford (1871-1933) & Florence May GRANT (1878-1928 married 1900)
- buried with his parents and a brother Alan Grant Crawford (1902-1974) also his grandfather Samuel Crawford (1841-1874)
- PLOT 26 - BLOCK SW of Havelock North Cemetery

* Cuddihy, Michael aged 81
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

Dalley, Elizabeth Ann, (nee CHEYNE) aged 27
- married Stanley George Dalley in 1928

Dallison, Eleanor aged 20
- possible daughter of William Henry DALLISON & Olive Eleanor GASCOIGNE
- possible sister of Lena Sayah & Irene Dallison

* Davidson, John Stewart aged 44

Dennett, George Frederick aged 37
- newspaper said: aged 60 "wearing double breasted navy suit - not seen since quake"
- married Myrtle Catherine Alice CHAPMAN in 1929

* Dennett, Herbert Arthur - no records found

Devonport, Alexander aged 19, Seminarist of Fendalton, Christchurch
- at Roman Catholic Seminary, Greenmeadows

Dewes, Matilda 'Meta' aged 45 of Napier

Dimond, Thomas Henry 'Harry' aged 20
- of 700 Avenue Road Hastings
- only child of Thomas (1883-1969) & 'Bessie' DIMOND
- PLOT 682 - BLOCK D
- plot purchased by Henry Dimond
- headstone erected by the Radio Ball Committee

Doogan, James aged 22 Seminarist of Greymouth
- at Roman Catholic Seminary, Greenmeadows

Drummond, Charles Gordon/George aged 18
- of 408 McLean Street Hastings
- PLOT 6 - BLOCK L at Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchased by Margaret Drummond

Dunn, Aileen Frances aged 7
- of Taradale, 15km N of Hastings
New Zealand Herald, 9 Feb 1931
Killed at Greenmeadows Public School:-
* Aileen Francis Dunn, aged 7 years
* Dennis Kidson, aged 7 or 8 years
* William Archibald Pollock, 7 years

Dunn, Elizabeth Mary, (nee DEVLIN) aged 64
- married Frederick Leo Dunn (1878-1954) in 1900

Durning, James Aloysius
- listed as dead but buried for 3 days, when rescued he saw his name in the obituary of the local paper. Died in 1997 aged 89

Dyer, Herbert 'Bert' aged 58
- of 911 Southland Road Hastings
- PLOT -687 BLOCK D at the Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchased by the Loyal Oddfellows Lodge

* Dwyer, John aged 86
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

* Ellis, Ada Mima aged 54
- of Greenmeadows, 17km N of Hastings
- second cook at Napier Hospital

Ellis, Olive Frances (nee BURR) aged 27
- of Greenmeadows, 17km N of Hastings
- married Abel/Alec Corbett Ellis (1901-1963) in 1929
- PLOT 725 - BLOCK D at Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchased by her husband Alec Corbett Ellis

* Ellison, Stanley George aged 40
- born 1891 to Jessie Frances ELLISON
- Jessie later married George Herbert HALL in 1898 & had a further 8 children
- Stanley married Annie Cecily BEALE in 1912

* Eltridge, Martha Ann aged 48
- Eltridge is the correct spelling. Sometimes seen as Ethridge
- possibly the wife of John Owen ELTRIDGE

Evers-Swindell, Arthur Wilfred Denys (1913-1931) aged 18
- 1st of 4 children of Arthur EVERS-SWINDELL & Octavia Felicia Marie HEATON
* his brother, Garry Owen Evers-Swindell (1915-1981) was the grandfather of the Evers-Swindell twins Olympic Gold Medalists
* he had a sister, Felicia Alice Marianne Evers-Swindell (1917-2001)
* his brother, Frederick Hornby Evers-Swindell (1919-1943), Flying Officer NZ413906, was Killed on Active Service WWII at Madh Island, India

Evans, David aged 38
- married Mary Elizabeth BEGLEY in 1922
- PLOT 267 - BLOCK E at the Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchased by Michael BEGLEY
.. inscription reads:
A Loving Husband Father & Friend - We Miss Him Most Who Loved Him Best R.I.P.

Farmery, Gladys Lilian, (Miss) aged 21 of Hastings
- at Roaches, never found
- daughter of Charles FARMERY & Annie FARMERY (her maiden name also)
- PLOT 515 - BLOCK C, Memorial only on the headstone of her brother Eric Charles Farmery (1920-1933)

Fitzpatrick, (Mrs) of St Aubyn Street, Hastings - no records found
- wife of Colin Fitzpatrick

Foster, Frederick Lancelot aged 50 Seminarist
- at Roman Catholic Seminary, Greenmeadows

* Fraser, James Douglas aged 35
- son of Margaret Henderson Fraser

Fredsberg, Rex Ernest aged 13 of Hastings
- son of Charles FREDSBERG (1876-1947) & Elna Elizabeth JANSON (1887-1972 married 1910)
- PLOT 683 - BLOCK D at Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchase by his father Charles Fredsberg

* Freedman, Derek aged 20
- son of Louis 'Lou' (1870-1931) & Florence Louisa (1881-1966) Freedman/ Father Louis died 3 months later, on 7 May 1931
Evening Post, 5 February 1931 DEREK FREEDMAN (20) son of Lou Freedman, tobacconist, Napier

Frew, Christine (Mrs) aged 53 (nee NEILSON)

* Frew, Elizabeth Anna aged 8

* Gannaway, Norman Baxter aged 2

* Gannaway, baby - no records found (possible it is Norman)

Gigg, Albert James aged 19
- son of David Thomas GIGG (1879-1938) & Elizabeth Beatrice Annie MARWICK (1880-1933)
- brother of Eulalie (1908-1998 married John Henry WILLIAMS 1925), Desmond (1906-1906), Stephen John (1908-1908) possibly others
- PLOT 156 - BLOCK C at Hastings Cemetery with parents
- plot purchased by his father David Thomas Gigg
.. inscription reads:
only surviving son of David & Beatrice Gigg

Gill, Thomes Henry aged 50
- Auctioneer of Gill's Auctions, Hastings
- married Marjorie Mary BUTLER in 1923
- PLOT 665 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchased by his wife Marjorie Gill
.. inscription reads:
While Attempting To Rescue A Member Of His Staff

* Goldfinch, Leonard Henry aged 39 of Napier
- married Ada JENKINS in 1921

Gondringer, Father Bernard aged 55 Catholic Priest at the Roman Catholic Seminary, Greenmeadows Hastings
- PLOT - BLOCK

Goodall, Albert Edward aged 36, signwriter of Hastings
- PLOT 628 - BLOCK E at Hastings cemetery

Goodall, Annie May aged 22 of Hastings
- daughter of Frederick GOODALL & Mary Jane GORDINE (married 1906)
- had a brother Frederick Alfred John 'Fred' Goodall (1907-1940)
- PLOT 678 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchased by her father Frederick Goodall

Graham, Raymond Stanley 'Ray' aged 18
- PLOT 18 - BLOCK C at Hastings cemetery

* Grant, Frederick James aged 16

Grant, Gordon Hill aged 40 of Hastings
- married Elsie Margaret KAYE in 1913
- PLOT 10 - BLOCK L at Hastings cemetery

* Greatbatch, Thomas 'Eli' aged 60 of Napier
- married Mary/May Lydia Caroline WAKELIN in 1900

Greville, Jack aged 17, message boy - no records found

Grudnoff, Nina aged 18 of Wellwood Street Hastings
- PLOT 695 - BLOCK D
- plot purchaser was Samuel Thomas TONG (1849-1934)

* Hansen, Edward aged 80
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

* Haynes, Jane aged 53

Harris, Doreen Myra aged 4, Hastings
- a daughter of Kenneth Joseph HARRIS (1896-1974) & Margaret Mary JOHNSON
- buried with her father
- PLOT 713 - BLOCK D at Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchaser was her father Kenneth Joseph Harris

Harrison, Valentine Joseph aged 18 - Jobbing Compositor of Hastings

Hawkins, Rita aged 11
- at Roachs' Building Hastings
... She was crushed in the doorway of the Roaches building when the earthquake struck and died 18 days later in hospital.
- daughter of Robert Moana HAWKINS & Maryann ADAMS
- PLOT 176 - BLOCK B at Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchaser was Samuel Hawkins

Haxton, Sabina May aged 26 of Nelson Street Hastings
- daughter of Armond HAXTON & Emma Elizabeth KEMP (married 1892)
- sister of George William, Charles Armond, Wilfred Thomas, Frederick, Wishart Mitchell, Doris Emma (see below) and John Eric Haxton
- PLOT 719 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchaser was her father Armond Haxton

Haxton, Doris Emma aged 28 of Nelson Street Hastings
- sister of Sabina above (see above for family)
- PLOT 686 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchaser was her father Armond Haxton

* Heath, Clifford James Colvin aged 16

Heney, Cyril Herbert aged 14 of Hastings
- son of Herbert Hugh HENEY & Henrietta Mary DAVIDSON
- PLOT 12 - BLOCK L at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchaser was his father Herbert hugh Heney
.. inscription reads:
aged 14 years & 7 months. ALSO Janey died 11.12.1941 aged 29 year. Nancy died 2.8.1942 aged 22 years. HERBERT HENEY father of above died 18.2.1953 aged 69 years

Heighway, James Woodford aged 34, 604 Queen Street Hastings
- married Kathleen Florence HICKLING in 1926
- PLOT 69 - BLOCK C
- plot purchased by himself 1927
.. inscription reads:
Beloved Husband Of Kathleen Heighway ALSO Baby PHIL died 2nd Feb 1927 aged 11 days. Some Day We'll Understand

Hennessey, Master Seminarist of Greymouth - no records found
- at Roman Catholic Seminary, Greenmeadows

Hindmarsh, Sheila Westwood (nee McLEOD) aged 30
- married John St John Hindmarsh in 1919

Holland, Edmund Alfred aged 36
- son of Edmund Henry HOLLAND ( 1867-1915) & Flora Alice STEVEN (1867-1900)
- brother of Una Olive (1889-1965 married Rolf ROWLING in 1914), Henry Beauffas (1890-1910), Lydia Alison (1891-1974 married Joseph Hugh DALZIEL in 1915), Elsie May (1893-1893 died aged 10 months), Albert Hector (1896-1982), Flora Bertha (1898-1967 married Reginald Rudloph Morden TRUE in 1920) and John Alexander (1900-1923) Holland
- Edmund married Violette May ADAMS in 1918
- PLOT 19 - BLOCK C at Hastings cemetery
- he was given an Earthquake Victims Grave

Hooking, Eliza Jane - no records found

Hooper, Brian aged 2 of Hastings
- a son of Harold Hole HOOPER & Annie GRAY (married 1914)
- PLOT 725 - BLOCK F at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchaser was his father Harold Hole Hooper

Horsley, Mrs Constance Emily aged 33 of Hastings
- PLOT 703 - BLOCK D at Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchaser was Samuel Thomas TONG (1849-1934)

Houlahan, Eleanor May aged 30
- c/o Gills Auction Mart Hastings
- PLOT 621 - BLOCK E at Hastings Cemetery
- plot purchaser was Patrick Houlahan

Howard, Ernest Edward aged 57 of Taradale
- no records found

Hughs, Nita (Miss) of the Union Steam Ship Company
- no records found

Hunt, William James aged 56 of Hastings
- married Elizabeth Louise ? (possibly also Hunt)
- PLOT 747 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery with his wife
- plot purchaser was his wife Elizabeth Louise Hunt (1882-1969)

* Insull, Marjory Helen Caroline aged 22 - nurse at Napier Hospital Nurses' Home
- daughter of Mr Herbert Walter Insull, New Plymouth
- at Nurses' Home

Jeffaries, Elizabeth aged 74 of Taradale

Jenkins, Lily aged 15
- of Caroline Road Hastings
- daughter of James & Mary Jenkins who immigrated from Scotland
- Was standing in the Hastings Post Office when the earthquake struck and was killed when she ran outside and was hit by falling masonry
- PLOT 46 - BLOCK D with her parents

Jensen, Agnes Mary (nee WOODROW) aged 62 of Haumoana - 14km W of Hastings
- married Christoffer JENSEN (1864-1938) in 1891
their children were: Christoffer (1892-?) Winifred Patti (1899-1973 married Alfred Edward WALKER in 1920) Raymond (1900-1977) Ladis Maney (1904-1981 married Bertram George SPOONER in 1927)
- PLOT 693 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchaser was her husband Christoffer Jensen (1862-1938)
- they are buried together

Johnson, William George aged 42

* Johnson, Crawford Benjamin aged 44 of Napier

* Johnson, Jack William aged 18

* Johnstone, Bridget Mary (nee DOOLEY) aged 43
- wardsmaid at isolation ward at Hospital
- married John Spratt JOHNSTONE in 1913

Johnstone, Norman of Napier - no records found

Jones, Ernest Cecil aged 47 of Williams Street Hastings
- PLOT 4 - BLOCK L at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchaser was Edward W Jones

Jones, Grace Brandon, (Miss) aged 19
- - at Roachs' Building Hastings
- daughter of Percy BRANDON-JONES (1882-1920) of Swansea, Wales & Ethel Elizabeth ? (1883-1960)
- PLOT 666 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery with her mother
- plot purchaser was her mother Ethel McKECHNIE (remarried name)

* Keddle, Joan Grace aged 20 - Nurse at Napier Hospital
- of Pahiatua, parents in Wairoa
- at the Napier Hospital Nurses' Home

Kee, Lim junior
- due to falling beam

Kelly, Henrietta Lavinia aged ? - no records found

* Key, Elsie Gertrude aged 28

Kirkpatrick, Mary Ann (nee HICKEY) aged 45
- at Cosy Theatre Hastings
- married Colin KIRKPATRICK (1878-1964) in 1907. Had 2 sons Colin (1910-1986) & Kenneth
- lived at St Aubyn St Hastings
... Daughter of Maurice HICKEY and Mary Anne HALPIN. Her body was taken back to Palmerston North (where she was born) by her family and buried in the family plot
- PLOT 065 - BLOCK 076 at Terrace End Cemetery Palmrston North

Kitching, Thomas Henry aged 75 of Napier
- born in Australia
- oldest of 9 children of Edward KITCHING of Whitechapel, London & Ann FAHY an Irish Orphan Immigrant

Kidson, Dennis Francis aged 7 of Taradale
New Zealand Herald, 9 Feb 1931
Killed at Greenmeadows Public School:-
* Aileen Francis Dunn, aged 7 years
* Dennis Kidson, aged 7 or 8 years
* William Archibald Pollock, 7 years

* Knott, Geoffrey Cole aged 16

Kyle, Leo Alphonso aged 35

Lambert, Beatrice Elizabeth, (nee ALLEN) aged 46 of Greys Road Hastings
- married Walter Tom LAMBERT (1887-1949) in 1905
- PLOT 721 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchaser was her husband Walter Lambert
.. inscription reads: Until We Meet Again

Laurenson, Mary Boswick aged 62
- PLOT 172 - BLOCK C at Havelock North cemetery

Leaning, John England 'Ernest' aged 56, Bootmaker of Hastings
- married Catherine MEYERS in 1918 (possible 2nd marriage)
- PLOT 691 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchaser was his wife Catherine Leaning

* Lenihan, Mary Josephine aged 64

* Leverett, Rose Eileen aged 15
- of the Technical School

Lewis, Percival Hope aged 34
- c/o Nelsons Ltd Hastings
- married Rau-ma-hora Lelia COLLISON in 1926
- PLOT 62 - BLOCK M at Havelock North cemetery
.. inscription reads: Till The Day Breaks

Lincoln, Eric Charles Earl aged 21, at Roaches Building, never found

Love, William Charles aged 52, of Karamu Road Hastings
- married Mary Elizabeth BROWN in 1908
- PLOT 667 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery

* Lunn, Walter George aged 31

* MacArthur, Frederick Campbell aged 50 Telegraphist at General Post Office Napier

MacDonald, (Mrs) Ellen Frances aged 47, Hastings
- PLOT - BLOCK

MacDonald, John Spencer 'Jock' aged 22 Carlton Club Hotel
- PLOT 16 - BLOCK C at Hastings cemetery
- was given an earthquake victims grave

* MacLean, Dorothy Isabel (nee WARD) aged 42
- married Leonard Herbert Lionel MacLEAN in 1917

MacLennan, John Roderick 'Roy' aged 58 of Havelock North
- married Marie Louise McKENZIE (1877-1962) in 1903
- PLOT 157A - BLOCK L at Havelock North cemetery

* McCarthy, Joseph Henry aged 36

* McKee, Mary May 'Molly' aged 22
- a hospital patient

* McKenzie, John aged 73
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

McLean, Mary Hannah aged 55 of Karamu Road, Hastings
- PLOT 10 - BLOCK CHM at Havelock North

McLeod, Edith Mary (nee HORRELL) aged 47 of Hastings
- married Donald Fancis 'Frank' McLeod of Woodlands, Southland Rd, Hastings in 1910
- PLOT 701 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchaser was her husband
.. inscription reads: To Memory Ever Dear

McLeod, Mary Alice (nee CASTLE) aged 45 of Paki Paki
- married William Murdoch McLeod (1883-1950) in 1908
- PLOT 438 - BLOCK C at Hastings cemetery with son Douglas Alan McLeod (1914-1995)
- plot purchaser was her husband William Murdoch McLeod

McMillan, Irvine Harold aged 13, Hastings
- son of William McMILLAN & Ruby Adeline ROONEY
- killed at Tech School, Napier
- PLOT 676 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchaser was his father William McMillan
.. inscription reads: Only Bairn Of ...

May, Thomas John aged 81 of Hastings
- PLOT - BLOCK

* Meek, Thomas aged 50

Menzies, Myra Evelyn aged 26

* Mitchell, Ruth aged 53 Nurse of Napier, at Napier Hospital Nurses' Home

Mitchell, Harry aged 62

Morunga, Mrs Rama Maru (Raina Marie) aged 49 of Bridge Pa
- PLOT - BLOCK

Morunga, Tokatoroa Mareo (Takataroa) aged 7 of Bridge Pa
- PLOT - BLOCK

Murcott, Doris Mabel 'Maud' aged 26 of Pollen St Woodville (between Vogel & Bowen Streets)
- PLOT 715 - BLOCK D
- plot purchased by her father Thomas MURCOTT (mother was Catherine Florence Benson)

Murray, Dina Jane aged 2
- was with her mother, below, at the shop
... Family tell that usually the child was minded by a Karitane nurse while Mena worked, but on that day the Karitane nurse had arranged to have the day off and Mena took Dina to the shop with her
- PLOT 235 - BLOCK D

Murray, Mena Mary (nee McKAY) aged 36
- born at Ormond, Poverty Bay
- married Douglas Russell MURRAY in 1924
- died at Mena's Ladies Outfitters Shop in Fitzroy Ave by falling masonry, with her daughter above
- PLOT 235 - BLOCK D

Nuttall, Elsie Ella aged 19
- PLOT 19 - BLOCK C at Hastings cemetery
- was given an earthquake victims grave

Ogden, Henry aged 35
- PLOT - BLOCK

Ogilvie, Bertram Verdun aged 14
- Technical School puipil
- PLOT 663 - BLOCK D

O'Neill, Margaret Teresa aged 37 of Park Road Hastings, at Cosy Theatre, Hastings
- PLOT 623 - BLOCK E at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchased by her father Cornelius O'Neill (mother was Bridget Twomey)

Orr, Doris Evelyn agd 21 at Roaches Building, Hastings
- PLOT 7 - BLOCK L at Hastings cemetery
= plot purchased by her father Herbert Webb Orr (mother was Janet Ann Earl)

Orr, Susan aged 41 of Taradale

Paul, Patricia aged 8 of Taradale

* Pearson, Kathleen Irene (nee BALLARD,) aged 29
- married Alfred Leslie Pearson, Dannevirke in 1923

* Pointon, Edward Arthur aged 48
- worked at the woolstores in Port Ahuriri
- PLOT - BLOCK

* Plank, George aged 70

Pollock, William Archibald 'Billy' aged 7
New Zealand Herald, 9 Feb 1931
Killed at Greenmeadows Public School:-
* Aileen Francis Dunn, aged 7 years
* Dennis Kidson, aged 7 or 8 years
* William Archibald Pollock, 7 years

Puddle, Elizabeth aged 79, widow, patient in Napier Hospital. A son lives at Wairoa
- PLOT 248 - BLOCK C at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchased by her son Walter Puddle

* Rae, John aged 72
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

Rattray, Alexander aged 55 of Bush Inn Hotel Riccarton, Christchurch
- PLOT - BLOCK

* Redwood, Cecily Teresa Mary aged 22

* Reid, George aged 42

* Rhodes, Lloyd aged 15

Robertson, Raymond Claude aged 14
- from the Technical School

* Rodgers, Helena aged 57

* Rolls, Grace Ellen aged 23
- daughter of Francis George ROLLS & Ellen CULSHAW (married 1896)
- sister of Leslie Culshaw, Hazel Mary, Norman Roy, George Wellesley & Charles Henry Rolls

Rood, Phyllis Mary aged 21
- daughter of Wilfred James ROOD & Amy Elizabeth DONALDSON

Ross, John Alexander aged 57 Proprietor of the Grand Hotel, Hastings
- PLOT 669 - BLOCK D
- plot purchased by his wife Annie Ross (nee Edgecombe 1877-1940)

Russ, Rodney Francis aged 19 montha, 302 Fitzgerald Avenue Hastings
- PLOT 684 - BLOCK D with his sister Ellen Gladys Russ (1917-2004)
- plot purchased by Mrs C. L. Russ

Ryan, Arthur Lever aged 66 Journalist of Hastings
- PLOT 634 - BLOCK E at Hastings cemetery
- married Ada TOMKINS in 1901

Ryan, Thomas Michael aged 26
- possible son of Patrick RYAN & Bridget O'GRADY

* Saunders, James aged 71
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

Schmoll, Ernest George aged 57
- PLOT 3 - BLOCK L at Hastings cemetery

* Scott, Jean 'Flora' aged 43
- PLOT 596 - BLOCK F at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchased by her mother Christina Scott (father was Andrew Scott)

Shackelford, Leonard William aged 21 of Waipawa
- PLOT 711 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchased by his father Thomas 'George' Sydney Shackelford (his mother was May)

Shirley, John Stanley 'Jack' aged 21 of Napier

* Skelton, Minnie May aged 42

SKELTON, Henry aged 92
- PLOT 198 K - CH ENG2 SECTION at Karori Cemetery, Wellington
- BURIAL RECORD NUMBER - 25833
In November 2005 an email from Judith Foy to another victim's website reads:"my great-grandfather, Henry SKELTON was in the 65th Regiment during the Land Wars and listed as a veteran. At the age of 93 he was injured in the (Napier) earthquake and dragged out of a building. He was taken by the Navy to Wellington Hospital where he died and was buried at Karori Cemetery (Wellington) on the 6 March 1931. He has no headstone and is not listed on the earthquake memorial. I consider this to be very sad and an oversight. I wonder how many others were taken to Wellington and have not been recorded

* Skinner, Charles aged 84
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

* Smith, Ellen aged 75 at Roaches

Smith, Christina aged 38
- PLOT - BLOCK

* Smith, Louis Ormond aged 43

Spence, Shona Eileen aged 7
- PLOT 680 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery
- plot purchased by Gordon Spence

* Stead, Irvine Thomas aged 14 of Napier

Steer, Mabel Annie aged 22 of 801 East Aubyn Street Hastings
- daughter of William Arthur Augustus STEER & Alice BOTTOM (married 1908)
- PLOT 656 - BLOCK D at Hastings cemetery
= plot purchased by her mother Alice Steer

Stephenson, George Gabriel aged 48 Seminarist of Roman Catholic Seminary, Greenmeadows
- PLOT 14 - BLOCK C at Hastings cemetery
- headstone says Erected By His Friends

* Stevenson, George aged 80 (on the list as James)
- PLOT - BLOCK

Stevenson, William Alexander aged 29 of Mosgiel

* Stone, Lucy Mildred aged 21 Nurse at Napier Hospital Nurses' Home
- daughter (twin with Noel) of Charles Edward STONE & Ella Mildred PERHAM (1873-1915 married in 1897)
- little sister of 4 brothers Frank Charles (1908-1974), Harry Wallingford (1902-1975), Jack Neal (1909-KILLED in ACTION WWII Egypt 16-11-1942) & Noel Edward (1910-KILLED ON AIR OPERATIONS WWII, 17-10-1942 France) Stone. Father living at Otaki Beach in 1942

* Stewart, Daniel aged 71
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

Sims, Percy Reginald

Staines, Winifred Fena aged 18

Symes, George Oliver aged 22
- son of Solomon Richard SYMES & Edith Rachael McCUTCHEON
- PLOT 674 - BLOCK D at Hastings with his parents
- plot purchased by his father Solomon Richards Symes who died 7 months later

Taggart, William Thomas Andrew aged 28 of Napier
- son of William TAGGART & Annie SKUDDER
- had a sister Daisy Ellen Taggart

* Taylor, Joyce Elizabeth aged 16

* Thompson, Frances Jane aged 72

Thompson, Julia Garr 'Ivy' aged 41
... daughter of Thomas John THOMPSON (1856-1938) councillor and mayor of Hastings from 1906-09) and Elizabeth Aitken DEMPSTER (1862-1950). She was killed in the family butcher's shop where she worked (Thompson's - Heretaunga St, Hastings where Shanton's is now located) Note in the family bible: "shop wall fell on her, we hope death was instantaneous." She studied at the School of Art, London, for two years and toured Great Britain and Europe on a motorcycle and side car after WWI
- PLOT - BLOCK

* Thorne-George, Nancie/Nancy aged 24, Nurse at Napier Hospital Nurses' Home
- daughter of George THORNE-GEORGE & Tottie Hyde PHILIPS

Tonkin, Horace John aged 33 at Roaches, never found
- 8th of 9 known children of John TONKIN * Martha DELLOW
- married Olive Emma MANHIRE in 1920
- PLOT - BLOCK

Tripney, Annie Gordon Ogilvie aged 30

Tripney, David aged 6 weeks

Turner, (Mrs) Leona 'Lena' aged 36 found in Karamu Road
- PLOT 727 - BLOCK F
- plot purchased by George Frederick Alloway

* Venables, Stanley George aged 16

Vercoe, Richard Collins 'Dick' aged 40
- married Annie SCANDLYN in 1905
- PLOT 17 - BLOCK C
- was given an earthquake victims grave

* Voice, Ellen (nee McCORKINDALE) aged 33
- married Leslie Ernest VOICE in 1919
- isolation Ward patient at Napier Hospital

* Walker, Alexander Graham aged 50 Storeman, taken to his home
- married Jane BARBOUR in 1915

Walker, Herbert aged 53
- PLOT 12 - BLOCK C at Hastings
- plot purchased by William Henry Walker

Walker, Samuel aged 37

Walker, Walter Zealand aged 45
- Born Maruia, West Coast (5 Oct 1884), the son of Zealand Tasman WALKER (an early settler of the Buller and West Coast area) & Clara Elizabeth BERRY. He was the second of their eight children: Myra Gertrude, Walter Zealand, Olive May, Ray Maruia, Nora Ella, Ina Beatrice, Zoe Beryl and Rimu Muriel Walker
- he worked at the Power House (now an Aladdin's Cave of technological treasures of days gone by)
- PLOT 22 - BLOCK C at Hastings
- was given an earthquake victims grave

Walshe, Ada May (nee OXENHAM) aged 53
- married Thomas Patrick Walshe in 1913
- PLOT 688 - BLOCK D
- plot purchased by the Public Trust

* Watson, Andrew aged 81
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

* Watson, John Henry aged 82
- inmate of Parke Island Old Men's Home, Napier

Webster, Francis Henry aged 27
- married Mabel Evelyn TAYLOR in 1928

Wells, Trilby Alice Mary 'Molly' aged 17
- PLOT 631 - BLOCK E
- parents were William Henry & Catherine WELLS
- Headstone reads: Trilby 'Molly" beloved youngest daughter of W. & C. Wells

Wells, Emily Elizabeth Edith aged 59
- PLOT - BLOCK

White, William aged ? c/o Powdrell Brothers Market St Hastings

Whyte, Patricia 'Patsy' aged 8
- Daughter of Dr Alexander Duncan Shanks Whyte, Hastings
- PLOT - BLOCK

* Williams, Eileen May aged 21 Nurse at Napier Hospital Nurses' Home

Williams, Kaye aged ? - no records found

Williamson, Reginald James Richard aged 48
- married Florence Ethel McGRATH in 1905

* Wilson, Arthur aged 66

* Wood, Sybil FLorence aged 25
- daughter of Albert Edward Wood & Annie BURGESS (married 1896)
- sister of Albert Edward, Reginald Frederick and Dorothy Mabel Wood

* Wright, Percy aged 55
- married Alice Maude CLACK in 1905

Young, Howard Vincent 'Lofty' aged 37 at Mohaka Railway Viaduct
- married Adrienne Olive Barbara FENCKER in 1921

Young, Nan (Mah) Hong aged 29 Heretaunga Street, Hastings
- PLOT 709 - BLOCK D
- plot purchased by S. T. Tong

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POSTSCRIPT
another list of names, which differs slightly from mine (to be expected as I said above), was compiled by Faye Sherriff, Bev Wallace and Irene Lister for the Hawke's Bay Branch of the New Zealand Society of Genealogists and released 3 Feb 2016
Pasted here so I can refer to it and compare/update my own research as time permits ...
ALEXANDER Thomas Wilson
ALLAN Sylvia Margaret Fordie (Miss)
ALLOWAY Ivy Patricia (Miss)
ANISY Antonio (Bodey)
ARROWSMITH Margaret (Mrs) (née THEILE)
ASHWELL Cecil George
ASHWORTH Ellen (Mrs) (née McCARTER)
ATKINSON Thomas Henry
AVERILL Anne Adele(Miss)
BAKER William Michael Hiatt
BARRETT Sarah Naomi (Mrs) (BAKER née ATKINS)
BARRY Edith Mary Maud (Mrs) (née CREAGH)
BARTLE William Morley
BARTLETT Mary Hodge (Mrs) (née CALDOW)
BENNETT Mary Leah (Miss)
BERRY Myra George (Mrs) (née BARTLETT)
BICKERSTAFF Louisa Maud (Lou) (Mrs) (née BURGESS)
BISSON Anna (Mrs) (née DONS)
BLACKBURN Mary Ann/e (Mrs) (née LANE)
BOHAN Ellen (Mrs) (née SULLIVAN)
BOHAN Kathleen (Miss)
BONNOR Alfred John (Alf)
BOWEN Frederick Edward
BOYD Frances Mary (Mrs) (née FOY)
BOYLE Thomas John (Reverend Father)
BRACE Herbert Henry
BRANDON Mary Eileen (Miss)
BROOKER Henry
BROWN Gilbert
BROWN Raymond Kenneth Broburg (Ray)
BRYSON Jane (Miss)
BRYSON Ruth (Miss)
BUCK Maria Teresa (Mabel) (Miss)
BURKIN Stephen
BURROW Clarice Margaret (Miss)
BUTLER Gwendoline Ethel (Gwen) (Miss)
CAMBRIDGE Olive Gwendoline (Miss)
CAMERON William Ritchie
CANHAM John Eugene
CARMODY Vincent De Paul
CHAPMAN Mary Hannah (Mrs)
CLEARY Gladys Alma (Miss)
COCKERILL Emma Clara (Mrs) (OSBORNE nee TURNER)
COLE Ethel Rose (Mrs) (née BARNES)
COLE Peter Henry
COLE William Edwin Francis (Billy)
COLEBOURNE John Henry
COLLINS Mary (Mrs)
COLTON Edward
COOK Thomas
COUPER Phillipa Maud (Miss)
CRADOCK Christina (Mrs) (née GRANT)
CRAWFORD John Herbert
CUDDIHY Michael
DALLEY Elizabeth Anne (Mrs) (née CHEYNE)
DALLISON Eleanor (Miss)
DAVIDSON John Stewart
DENNETT George Frederick
DENNETT Herbert Arthur
DEVONPORT Alexander Roy
DEWES Melita (Meta) (Miss)
DIMOND Thomas Henry
DOOGAN James Hannan
DRUMMOND Charles Gordon
DUNN Aileen Frances (Miss)
DUNN Mary Elizabeth (Mrs) (née DEVLIN)
DWYER John
DYER Herbert (Bert)
ELLIS Ada Mima Hood (Mrs) (née SAVAGE)
ELLIS Olive Frances (Mrs) (née BURR)
ELLISON Stanley George
ELTRIDGE Martha Ann (Mrs (née AYRES)
ENGLAND Laura (Mrs) (née AUSTIN)
EVANS David
EVERS-SWINDELL Arthur Wilfred Denys
FARMERY Gladys Lilian (Miss)
FRASER James Douglas
FREDSBERG Rex Ernest
FREEDMAN Derek
FREW Christina (Mrs) (née NEILSON)
GANNAWAY Norman Baxter
GIGG Albert James
GILHOOLY Thomas
GILL Thomas Henry
GOLDFINCH Leonard Henry
GONDRINGER Bernard Joseph (Father)
GOODALL Albert Edward
GOODALL Annie May
GRAHAM Raymond Stanley (Ray)
GRANT Frederick James
GRANT Gordon Hill
GREATBATCH Eli Thomas
GRUDNOFF Mina (Miss)
HANSEN Edward Peter
HARRIS Doreen Myra
HARRISON Valentine Joseph
HAWKINS Rita May
HAXTON Doris Emma (Miss)
HAXTON Sabina May (Miss)
HAYNES Jane (Mrs)
HEATH Clifford James Colvin
HEIGHWAY James Woodford
HENEY Cyril Herbert
HINDMARSH SheilaWestwood (Mrs) (née McLEOD)
HOLLAND Edmond Alfred (also known as Edmund, Edward)
HONG Young Nan
HOOKINGS Eliza Jane (Mrs) (née FERRIS)
HOOPER Brian
HORSLEY Constance Emily (Mrs) (née CLARKE)
HOULAHAN Eleanor May (Miss) (also known as Elinor)
HOWARD Ernest Edward
HUNT William James
INSULL Helen Caroline Marjory
JEFFARES Elizabeth (Mrs) (née O'Hara)
JENKINS Lily (Miss)
JENSEN Agnes Mary (Mrs) (née WOODROW)
JOHNSON Crawford Benjamin
JOHNSON Jack William
JOHNSON William George (Bill)
JOHNSTONE Bridget Mary (Mrs) (née DOOLEY)
JONES Ernest Cecil
JONES Grace Brandon (Miss)
KEDDELL Joan Grace (Miss)
KELLY Henrietta Lavinia (Miss)
KENNEDY Arthur Angus
KEY Elsie Gertrude (Miss)
KIRKPATRICK Mary Ann (Mrs) (née HICKEY)
KITCHING Thomas Henry
KITSON Dennis Francis
KNOTT Geoffrey Cole
KYLE Leo Alphonso
LAMBERT Beatrice Elizabeth (Mrs) (née ALLEN)
LAUERSEN Mary Bosworth (Mrs) (née ROBERTSON)
LEANING John England
LENIHAN Mary Josephine (Mrs)
LEVERETT Rose Eileen (Miss)
LEWIS Percival Hope
LINCOLN Eric Charles Earl
LOVE William Charles
LUNN Walter George
MACLEAN Dorothy (Miss)
MACLENNAN John Roderick (Roy)
MANGOS Leonard Joseph
MAYE Thomas John
McARTHUR Frederick Campbell
McCARTHY Joseph Henry
McDONALD Ellen Frances (Mrs) (née THOMPSON)
McDONALD John Spencer (Jock)
McENERY Ellen Margaret (Nellie) Miss
McKEE Mary May (Molly) (Miss)
McKENZIE John
McLEAN Mary Hannah (May) (Miss)
McLEOD Edith Mary (Mrs) (née HORRELL)
McLEOD Mary Alice (Mrs) (née CASTLE)
McMILLAN Irvine Harold
MEEK Thomas
MENZIES Myra Evelyn (Miss)
MITCHELL Ruth (Sister)
MORUNGA Ramu Maru (Mrs)
MORUNGA Takatoroa Mareo
MURCOTT Doris Mabel (Miss)
MURRAY Dina Jane (Miss)
MURRAY Wilhelmina Mary (Mena) (Mrs) (née McKAY)
NAPIER John Thomas
NUTTALL Elsie Ella (Miss)
OGDEN Henry
OGILVIE Bertram Verdun
O'MALLEY Rita Gwendoline (Mrs) (née MATTHEWS)
O'NEILL Margaret Teresa (Miss)
ORR Evelyn Doris (Miss)
ORR Susan Catherine (Mrs) (née McGLONE)
OTTER Alice Martha (Mrs) (née PRICE)
PARKINSON Ronald Irvine
PATMAN Lucy Flora (Mrs) (née HAYTER)
PAUL Patricia (Miss)
PEARSON Kathleen Irene (Mrs) (née BALLARD)
PLANK George
POINTON Edwin (Ted)
POLLOCK William Archibald (Billy)
PRATER Thomas
PUDDLE Elizabeth (Mrs) (née WATTON)*
RAE John
RAFTER Edward Ngaio
RATTRAY Alexander Edward
REDWOOD Cecily Theresa Mary (Miss)
REID George
RHODES Lloyd
ROBERTSON Raymond Claude
RODGERS Helena
ROLLS Grace Ellen (Miss)
ROSS John Alexander
RUNDLE Ethel Mary Galloway (Mrs) (née HOOKINGS)
RUSS Rodney Francis
RYAN Arthur Lever
RYAN Thomas Michael
SAUNDERS James
SCHMOLL Ernest George
SEWELL Marguerite Viola (Miss)
SHACKELFORD Leonard William
SHIRLEY John Stanley (Jack)
SINDEN Elizabeth Anne (Eliza) (Mrs) (née RALLINSHAW)
SKELTON Henry
SKELTON Mary (Minnie May) (Mrs)
SKINNER Charles
SMITH Christina (Mrs)
SMITH Ellen (Mrs)
SMITH Louis Ormond
SPENCE Shona Eileen (Miss)
STAINES Winifred Fena (Miss)
STEAD Irvine Thomas
STEER Mabel Annie (Miss)
STEPHENSON George Gabriel
STEVENS John Ascott (Jack)
STEVENSON James
STEVENSON William Alexander
STEWART Daniel
STONE Lucy Mildred (Miss)
SYMES George Oliver
TAGGART William Thomas Andrew
TAYLOR Joyce Elizabeth (Miss)
THOMPSON Frances Jane (Mrs) (née HALL)
THOMPSON Julia Carr (Miss) (also known as Ivy)
THORNE-GEORGE Nancy (Miss)
TONKIN Horace John
TRESTON Malcom Valentine
TRIPNEY Annie Gordon Ogilvie (Mrs) (née OGILVIE)
TRIPNEY David
TURNER Leona (Mrs)
VENABLES Stanley George
VERCOE Richard Collins (Dick)
VOICE Ellen (Mrs) (née McCORKINDALE)
WALKER Alexander Graham
WALKER Herbert
WALKER Samuel
WALKER Walter Zealand
WALSH Mary Deeley (Molly) (Sister Ignatius)
WALSHE Ada May (Mrs) (née OXENHAM)
WATSON Andrew
WATSON John Henry
WATSON Mary McLeod (Mrs) (née ROSS)
WEBSTER Francis Henry
WELLS Alice Mary (Miss) (also known as Trilby, Molly)
WELLS Emily Elizabeth Edith (Mrs) (née ELLIOTT)
WHYTE Patricia (Patsy) (Miss)
WILLIAMS Eileen May (Miss)
WILLIAMS Lydia Catherine (Miss) (Kate)
WILLIAMSON Lorna Katherine (Miss)
WILLIAMSON Reginald James Richard
WILSON Arthur
WOOD Sybil Florence (Miss)
WRIGHT Percy
YING Lim
YOUNG Howard Vincent (Lofty)

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from the site EARTHQUAKE

Superintendent Gilbert, walking away from the fire, head bent in despair. Most of the pipes were shattered so water pressure was very poor. The fires burnt for 72 hours


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Hamilton James WILEY, Orange County, New York + Jane Freeman GAUSDEN, Carterton New Zealand

Hamilton James WILEY was born 14 June 1806 in Newburgh, Orange, a city located in Orange County, New York, 60 miles (97 km) north of New York City and 90 miles (140 km) south of Albany, on the Hudson River. It was a village in 1800 and reached city statis in 1865

* Hamilton James Wiley left America to exlore the South Pacific in a whaling boat, the "Montano" and arrived into New Zealand in 1837
* He sailed to Sydney, returned to Otago and arrived back in Wellington in 1842 and settled in the Hutt Valley until 1860.
* He had a common law marriage with Jane Freeman GAUSDEN (1820-1887) and had 3 children
* they married 21 Dec 1849 in Ohariu Valley, Wellington, 2 months before the birth of their 4th child. Jane was born in 1820 in Brighton, Sussex, England. She married Hamilton when she was 29 and he was 43
* they moved to Ohariu just prior to the birth of their 9th child

Hamilton James Wiley died 5 Sep 1879 aged 73 in Carterton and is buried Clareville
Wairarapa Standard, 9 September 1879 DEATH -WILEY, At Carterton, on the 5th inst., Hamilton Wiley, aged 73
* We have to record the death of one of our oldest settlers, Mr Hamilton Wiley. Mr Wiley arrived in the Colony in 1837 in the ship Montano (a whaler), he went to Sydney in the same ship and returned again in the Caroline, Captain Chary, who was murdered by the natives on the island of Mana. He then went to a whaling station in Otago and returned to Wellington in 1842, taking up his residence at the Hutt where he resided eighteen years. He subsequently lived at Ohariu. He came to Carterton about sixteen months ago and died there on the 5th inst. He was interred in the Taratahi cemetery (now Clareville) on the 7th. He leaves a grown up family of seven sons; six of whom reside in the Wairarapa
Jane Freeman Wiley died 23 Aug 1887 aged 66 in Carterton and is buried Clareville
Wairarapa Daily Times, 25 August 1887 The death is recorded of Mrs Wiley, relict of the late Mr Hamilton Wiley, of the Hutt and Ohariu Valley. Mrs Wiley was one of the earliest settlers in the Colony, having arrived at Kaiwarra in 1841 by the ship Gertrude. After living at Wellington, Hutt and Ohariu Valley about eighteen years, Mrs Wiley came to the Wairarapa and settled in Carterton, where she resided till the day of her death, which took place on Tuesday, at the age of sixty-five. Mrs Wiley had a large circle of friends and relatives, among whom she will be greatly missed. The funeral will take place on Saturday afternoon next at the Carterton cemetery

Hamilton & Jane had 11 children around the Hutt Valley
* 1843 - 1845 John Freeman Wiley
- born 27 Nov 1843 in Hutt Valley
- John died 3 Sep 1845 aged 22 months as a result of drowning
- buried Faith cemetery, Hutt Valley

* 1845 - 1917 Hamilton James Wiley
- born 18 Nov 1845 in Lower Hutt
- he had a relationship with Charlotte Jane FAWCETT (1843-1875)
*Charlotte was born in Wakefield, Nelson. She moved to Wellington when about 8.
*She first married Joseph Geary (1844-1868), a blacksmith, in 1866, in Sydney St, Wellington. On 28 July 1865 Charlotte gave birth to a son, William George Geary. Charlotte and Joseph's 2nd son Joseph, was born 23 June 1867. Joseph was a Private in the Wellington Rangers and on the night of 20 Aug 1868, Joseph died (shot through the head) during an engagement with the Maori Tribes in Hawera in which quite a number of soldiers were killed including Major Von Tempsky.
*Charlotte and Joseph's 3rd son, Hamilton, was born 27 Oct 1868, two months after Joseph's death.
*Charlotte next married Elijah Mordin (1847-1926), a Bookmaker on 12 May 1870. Their son, John Elijah Mordin, was born 16 Feb 1871. The marriage was not a happy one and Elijah left Charlotte taking their son John with him.
*Charlotte Mordin applied for a married Women's Protection Order against her husband Elijah Mordin. Plaintiff told a moving tale of her husbands conduct which may be summed up in this: that he is drunken abroad and cruel at home an altogether has led a most wretched life. The application was granted.
*Charlotte then had an affair with Hamilton James Wiley and gave birth to a son, David James Wiley, on 4 March 1875 at Wainuiomata.
*Charlotte died 6 March 1875 due to complications with the birth of David James who died on March 11 aged seven days. She is buried at Karori
Hamilton next married Elizabeth Kathleen VEENMAN (1864-1935) and had 14 children in Wairarapa
- they moved to Utah America
Hamilton died 5 Dec 1917 aged 72 in Utah, killed by a train at a level crossing and is buried in Logan, Cache, Utah
Auckland Star, 21 January 1918 The death is reported from Logan, Utah USA., of Mr Hamilton James Wiley, at one time a well-known resident in the Wairarapa. Mr Wiley was born in the Wellington province, but for the last ten years has been a resident of Logan, Utah, USA. He was run over by an engine on Saturday, December 15 and injured

* 1847 - 1903 Charles Richard Wiley
- born 15 Oct 1847 in Hutt Valley
- he married Priscilla FAWCETT (1853-1926) in 1871, a sister of his brother's partner, Charlotte Jane Gawcett
- they had 3 children
Charles next married Alice Lillian MOORE
- he died 24 Aug 1903 aged 55 and buried Hawera

* 1850 - 1918 William Martin Wiley
- born 26 Feb 1850 in the Hutt
- he married Damaris Owen WAKELIN (1854-) in 1878
- they had 8 children (some in Woodville)
William died 15 Nov 1918 aged 68 in Kawhia, Waikato (at the time of the flu pandemic) and buried St George Cemetery, Waipataki

* 1852 - 1921 Luther Gausden (Gordon) Wiley
- born 17 Jan 1852 in the Hutt
- he married Clara FAWCETT (1855-1924), sister of his 2 brothers' wives, 11 Nov 1873
- they had 12 children
Luther died 22 Aug 1921 aged 69 in Kawhia
Clara died 18 Jan 1924 and buried Auckland

* 1854 - 1927 David Thomas Wiley
- born 20 June 1854 in Lower Hutt
- he married Margaret COLLINS (1860-1936)
- they had 13 children, some in Hastwell which is 36km north of Masterton. Some in Carterton and others in Taranaki
David died 18 Jan 1927 aged 72 in New Plymouth and is buried Te Henui

* 1856 - 1871 Cornelius John Wiley
- born 19 Aug 1856 in Lower Hutt
- he died 13 Nov 1871 aged 14 and is buried Ohariu cemetery

* 1858 - 1863 Amelia Jennette Wiley
- born 16 Sep 1858 in the Hutt Valley
- she was accidently shot 28 April 1863 at the age of 4 when her brothers were cleaning their rifles
- buried Faith Cemetery, Hutt Valley

* 1860 - 1919 Albert Alonzo Wiley
- born 5 Nov 1860 in Ohariu Valley, Wellington
- he married Ann Christine JOHNSON
- they had children in the Wairarapa & Manawatu
Albert died 10 Sep 1919 aged 58

* 1863 - 1957 Robert Maxwell Wiley
- born 21 March 1863 in Ohariu Valley
- he married Caroline Nilsdotter NILSSON (1867-1943) in 1889 in Carterton
- they had 10 (known) children
At some stage Robert and Caroline (not known how many children also went, moved to Canada with the Mormon Faith
* 9 Feb 1886 became an Elder of the Church
* 26 May 1920 emigrated to Utah
* 4 July 1920 Patriarchal Blessing by Joseph Erribell
* 9 Feb 1921 he was Endowed at the Logan Temple and Sealed to Spouse
* 23 Aug 1931 he was made a High Priest by Apostle Lyman
Caroline died in 1943 and Robert remarried to Elizabeth BROWN 18 months later, he was then aged 81 and Elizabeth was 71
Robert died 13 Nov 1957 aged 94 in Cardston Hospital, Canada

* 1866 - 1866 Naomi Wiley
- Naomi was born still in Ohariu 1 March 1866

TIMELINE
WELLINGTON INDEPENDENT 20 January 1866
RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT
DRNKENNESS
Hamilton J. Wiley, charge with the above offence, was fined 5s

Thursday 18 January 1865
DRUNKENNESS
Hamilton J. Wiley was again brought up, charged with lying drunk in the public streets. Fined 20s., in default committed for 48 hours

EVENING POST 11 November 1875
RESIENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT
THIS DAY (before J.C. Crawford, Esq., R.M.)
ASSAULT
A cross-action for assault between two old men, name Charles Clapham and Hamilton James Wiley created a good deal of amusement. It was complicated by the fact that both parties, and all their witnesses but one, were deaf. Mr Buckley appeared for Wiley.
According to Clapham's account, he was collecting his cows, which had strayed on Wiley's land, when the latter rushed at him, seized him by the throat, smacked his face to that extent that it was all the colours of the rainbow, and finally kicked him behind.
On this, witness said that if Wiley did that any more he should really be quite angry with him, and picked up a stick to defend himself, but he never struck Wiley with it; oh no, not he; he knew himself better
Wiley's story differed from that of his foe in a most remarkable manner. His view of the affair was that when Clapham was driving away the cows, he (witness) told him not to take away cattle without giving him notice. On this Clapham hit him on the head with a crooked stick, and afterwards fetched a big club (produced in Court) and struck him on the back with it. On this he did take Clapham by the collar and clap his ears for him.
Mrs Wiley, who was as deaf as her husband and his enemy, corroborated his statement and flourished the club about in a very striking manner, to illustrate Clapham's iniquities.
On being asked if he had any question to put, the defendant Clapham replied, "It's all false, villainous false!"
An independent witness was called. On his being sworn, the crier (who hitherto had been acting as an interpreter, and had become exceedingly hoarse under the vocal exertion required) asked him if he were deaf too, but the witness indignantly responded, "No!" in a stentorian voice, which frightened the whole Court into fits. He entirely confirmed the Wiley's tale. His worship dismissed the charge against Wiley and fined Clapham 10s and costs, with the alternative of 48 hours imprisonment, remarking that probably there would be fewer rows in that neighbourhood if the people were not so singularly dear and therefore apt to mistake one another's words.

NZ TRUTH 3 August 1907 (son)
Ham Wiley, of Carterton, departed for Logan City, Utah, three months ago, after embracing the Mormon faith. Ham took his family with him, which is a matter that may not bear complete investigation, for, however pleasant polygamy may be, from the point of view of the man, there are some girls who have a natural objection to sharing their husband's affections with another hussy. It must be confessed, however, that Ham's daughter Lizzie doesn't look forward to the future with anything like dread, judging by a letter written by her to a Dalefield resident. The steamer trip appears to have been excellent. The party was accompanied by six elders and four more elders, and a native sister came aboard at Samoa. At Honolulu another contingent joined the steamer, when the Mormon party totalled twelve elders and eleven saints. The letter didn't mention the division of the sexes, unless the saints are girls, but the assumption is that the elders were sinners. Lizzie finds Logan City quite a nice place, and hopes the Lord will gather in her Dalefield friend to Zion

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the 13 children of Mary Ellen FARNEY & Thomas Harford DILLON New Zealand

Mary Ellen FARNEY was born in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland in 1846
She was a daughter of Barbara Farney (1822-1898) who later married Robert HUNTER and settled in Kaiapoi, Canterbury

Mary Ellen married Thomas Harford DILLON in 1863 at the Kaiapoi Registry Office
- he was a son of Thomas DILLON and Eleanor 'Ellen' NOWELL of Bath, Somerset. Thomas, (father) having been born during the voyage of the ship FIFESHIRE to Nelson in 1841, halfway across the Indian Ocean. He had been named after the ships Captain Harford ARNOLD

Mary Ellen and Thomas had 13 known children:

1864-1864 Alfred Dillon
- died an infant

1865-1865 Ellen Dillon
- premature baby, died aged 14 days

1866-1942 Thomas Dillon
- he married Elizabeth Valentine ERRINGTON
- Thomas died age 76

1869-1932 Arthur Dillon
- he died aged 63 of suicide

1871-1872 Robert Dillon
- he died aged 1 as a result of an accident

1873-1891 Katherine CLara Dillon
- died aged 18 due to illness

1875-1939 Herbert Dillon
- never married
- died aged 64

1878-1953 Frederick Dillon
- married Evelyn Kate MASON in 1903
- he died aged 75

1879-1951 Jessie Margaret Dillon
- married John ROBERTSON in 1902
- she died aged 72

1881-1948 Percy Dillon
- he married Martha Annie MCDOWELL in 1908
- he died aged 67

1883-1935 John Stuart Dillon
- he married Everil Isloa GREEN in 1915
- he married Annie Mary WHELAN in 1928
- no children of either marriage
- he died aged 52

1885-1962 Atanley Elliot Dillon
- he married Violet Emily GAYNE in 1915
- he married Elizabeth Amelia WILLIAMS in 1922
- no children of either marriage
- he died aged 77

1886-1961 Ellen Mary 'Daisy' Dillon
- she married Robert McLaren MAULE in 1907
- she died aged 75

help please with (2) Charles Hammond BENZIE - Dannevirke New Zealand & Perth West Australia

Charles Hammond BENZIE was born in Kent, England in 1853
- he sailed to New Zealand on the ADAMANT leaving London on 6th May 1874, arriving Nelson 8th August 1872
His future wife Amy Wood was also on board.
She was travelling with
her brother Albert Wood & his wife Eliabeth (Pankhurst) her older sister Harriet & her husband Henry Stevens

They later moved up to Dannevirke where his application for a license for the Criterion boardinghouse, Dannevirke, was refused in 1903

He died in 1915 and is buried in the Mangatera Cemetery in Dannevirke

They had a son they named Robert Hammond Benzie

There were 2 Robert Hammond Benzie born in New Zealand:

A Robert Hammond born 1880 to this Charles and Amy Benzie
- (this Robert died in 1966, no wife found) and
A Robert Hammond born 1886 (died in Perth 10-7-1972) to Henry Benzie (1858-1939) & Louise/Louisa Chambers
The latter was born in Wellington, moved to Subiaco, Perth Australia and was a shipping manager. He joined the Australian Army Service Corps in August 1916 - his next of kin was Bertha Evelyn ? (1885-1963) of 339 Barker Rd, Subiaco, Western Australia
Robert & Bertha are buried in Karrakatta cemetery, Perth
they also named a son Robert Hammond Benzie (1913-1999)

Other children of both that are named the same:
Sydney Benzie
Henry Benzie
Amelia Benzie

Can you help with the connection of these two Robert Hammond Benzie ?