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McKENZIEs buried in Dunedin Cemeteries, New Zealand

There are over 400 McKENZIES buried or cremated in Dunedin (as at December 2009)
- birth date is approximate, based on age at death
- end date is not necessarily that of death, could be that of burial or cremation

AGNES (nee Jardine)1880-14 Oct 1917 aged 37
- daughter od John & Elizabeth Jardine of Scotland, buried with her father
AGNES (nee McBride)1886-21 Oct 1962 aged 76
- daughter of James & Mary McBride
- married William Roderick McKenzie, buried with him
AGNES MARGARET 1871-2 Dec 1957 aged 86
- never married
AGNES MATHEW 1908-13 Dec 1983 aged 75
- buried with Roderick (1907-1958)
AGNES (nee Stevenson) ?-29 May 1876 no age
- 27 people buried in her plot at Hawkesbury
ALAN ROY 1897-23 May 1973 aged 77
- son of Duncan & Minnie McKenzie. Ashes returned
ALBERT EDWARD 1901-10 Aug 1943 aged 42 was hairdresser - son of John Adam Dunn & Elizabeth McKenzie - buried with Sarah Euphemia McKenzie
ALEXANDER 1826-3 Aug 1904 aged 78 - MINER
- born Caithness, Scotland. Buried with 6 others
ALEXANDER 1824-16 Feb 1905 aged 81
- buried with John (1863-1954) & Thomas (1867-1919)
ALEXANDER 1837-29 Apr 1911 aged 74
- born Scotland, arrived NZ aged 23
ALEXANDER 1874-3 Apr 1912 aged 38 - SEAMAN
- born Scotland, arrived NZ 1910. Buried with Louie Watson
ALEXANDER ?-14 Feb 1918 no age ABOUT 80
- buried with Christina (1841-1926) & 2 others
ALEXANDER 1870-1 Jul 1930 aged 60
- buried with David (1846-1910)
ALEXANDER 1858-6 Jun 1930 aged 72
- born Scotland, buried with Jessie (1860-1932)
ALEXANDER 1859-22 Jun 1961 aged 102 - FARMER
ALEXANDER 1901-12 May 1973 aged 72
- (1862-1941) & Catherine (1891-1972) & Jessie McInnes
ALEXANDER 1926-25 Dec 1998 aged 72
ALEXANDER JAMES 1898-31 Jan 1900 aged 18 months
- son of John & Florence McKenzie
ALEXANDER GIBBONS 1906-25 Nov 1953 aged 47
- son of Donald & Jane McKenzie
ALEXANDER JAMES TAYLOR 1878-31 Dec 1940 aged 62
- son of Roderick & Flora McKenzie
ALEXANDER KENNETH 1875-19 Feb 1949 aged 74
ALEXANDER ROBERT 1874-2 Feb 1958 aged 84
ALEXANDRINA (nee Murray) 1897-1 Oct 1976 aged 89
- married Robert McKenzie
ALEXANDRINA MCDONALD (nee Smith) 1889-30 Aug 1969 aged 80 - married George Gordon McKenzie
ALICE 1888-3 Oct 1930 aged 42 was a waitress, buried with Clarence Clarke & Thomas Hanley
ALICE 1894-14 Dec 1960 aged 66 born NZ, buried with Mary, Phyllis, Reta Annie, Thomas Roderick & William George McKenzie
ALISTER WILLIAM 1949-20 Jan 1970 aged 21 was student
ALLAN 1850-18 Dec 1916 aged 66 born Scotland, buried Margaret (1851-1924) & stillborn baby (1885)
ALLISON LILLY 1883-17 Apr 1969 aged 86 buried Eion Huia & Ivy Roseilen McKenzie and Adam & Charles Ritchie
AMELIA 1897-22 Dec 1969 aged 72
ANDREW 1820-3 Jan 1906 aged 86
ANDREW 1839-8 Apr 1911 aged 72
ANDREW HENRY 1902-8 Mar 1976 aged 75
- son of Alexander & Kate McKenzie
ANN 1834-3 Jan 1882 aged 48
ANN 1891-7 Apr 1947 aged 56
ANN FRASER 1813-19 May 1874 aged 61
ANN HOSSACK 1820-26 Dec 1880 aged 60
ANNABELLA 1864-7 Jun 1947 aged 83
ANNABELLA 1808-25 Sep 1993 aged 95
ANNIE REID 1907-3 Nov 1998 aged 91
ANNIE TOLMIE 1811-8 Dec 1894 aged 83
ARCHIBALD 1874-2 Mar 1874 aged 2 months
ARCHIBALD 1837-15 Nov 1896 aged 59
ARCHIBALD JAMES 1863-31 Jan 1864 aged 3 months
ARTHUR MCEWAN 1916-25 Aug 1970 aged 54

BABY 31 Dec 1885 Stillborn
BABY 26 Sep 1887 Stillborn
BABY ?-5 Mar 1893 no age
BABY 28 Jan 1895 Stillborn
BABY 16 Mar 1899 Stillborn
BABY 1 Oct 1950 Stillborn
BARRY CLINTON 1963-30 Jan 1991 aged 28
BERTHA HELENE 1913-5 Sep 2001 aged 88
BERYL EDITH 1921-1 Jun 1997 aged 76
BRINNIE 1882-12 Dec 1893 aged 11
- daughter of Roderick & Flora McKenzie

CATHERINE 1873-25 Aug 1877 aged 4
CATHERINE 1844-11 Oct 1898 aged 54
CATHERINE 1831-7 Oct 1909 aged 78
CATHERINE 1872-9 Jan 1951 aged 79
CATHERINE 1891-21 Aug 1972 aged 81
- buried with Alexander (1901-1973) & Jessie McInnes
CATHERINE 1889-22 Aug 1972 aged 83
CATHERINE GIBB 1922-19 Jul 2002 aged 79
CATHERINE ROSE ANETTA 1880-22 Sep 1935 aged 55
CATHERINE WINIFRED 1918-21 Dec 2004 aged 86
CHARLES 1878-28 Jan 1879 aged 10 weeks
- son of Alexander & Christina McKenzie
CHARLES 1879-28 Jun 1959 aged 80
CHARLES ALEXANDER 1881-15 Mar 1932 aged 51
- son of James & Eliza McKenzie
CHARLES ALEXANDER 1914-22 Nov 1985 aged 74
CHARLES DUNCAN 1885-21 Jun 1952 aged 67
- son of Donald & Maggie McKenzie
CHARLES EDWARD 1922-23 Dec 1961 aged 39
CHARLES GORDON 1884-10 Dec 1944 aged 60
- son of William & Sarah Florence McKenzie
CHARLES SMITH 1873-24 May 1946 aged 73
CHRISTINA 1868-20 Apr 1880 aged 12
CHRISTINA 1863-4 Jul 1892 aged 26
CHRISTINA 1843-2 Sep 1916 aged 73
CHRISTINA 1841-17 May 1926 aged 85
- buried with Alexander died 1918 & 2 others
CHRISTINA 1881-20 Jun 1953 aged 72
CHRISTINA 1876-30 Aug 1957 aged 81
CHRISTINA JAMES WEST 1807-30 Sep 1884 aged 47
- Christina was the wife of Hector McKenzie, the well-known Dunedin contractor who was working on the Traffic Bridge up in Woodville when Christina & her friend, whom she was visitng at the time, Grace Isadore SEAVEY both drowned in Woodville during the great flood.
CHRISTINE LYNDA ROSE 1955-16 Jun 1999 aged 44
COLIN Stillborn - 23 Feb 1929
COLIN 1857-24 Feb 1944 aged 87
COLIN 1881-21 Dec 1962 aged 81
- son of Donald & Catherine McKenzie
COLIN GRAY 1930-19 Dec 1975 aged 45
COLIN KENNETH 1933-12 Apr 1989 aged 56

DAISY 1885-22 Apr 1885 aged 1 minute
DAISY MAY 1909-12 May 1998 aged 89
DANIEL 1863-7 Sep 1877 aged 14
DANIEL 1814-28 Jun 1888 aged 74
DANIEL 1838-30 Jan 1890 aged 51
DANIEL 1884-11 Aug 1967 aged 83
DANIEL JAMES 1871-14 Nov 1952 aged 81
DAVID 1846-22 May 1910 aged 64
- buried with Alexander (1870-1930)
DAVID 1856-19 Jun 1933 aged 77
DAVID 1907-20 Sep 1992 aged 85
DAVID ALLAN 1979-16 Feb 1993 aged 14
DONALD 1871-12 Dec 1909 age 38
DONALD 1840-23 Aug 1919 aged 79
DONALD 1846-13 Jul 1935 aged 89
DONALD 1874-27 Feb 1945 aged 71
DONALD 1871-24 Mar 1946 aged 75
DONALD 1903-21 Feb 1992 aged 89
DONALD FRANCIS 1895-25 Jul 1970 aged 75
- son of Francis & Elizabeth McKenzie
DONALD JAMES 1904-26 Mar 1980 aged 76
DONALD M 1797-24 Mar 1881 aged 84
DORA JANE 1903-2 Nov 1924 aged 21
- daughter of Charles Smith & Margaret McKenzie
DORA LILLIETH 1913-8 Apr 1974 aged 63
DOROTHY GERTRUDE 1907-16 Apr 1995 aged 88
DOROTHY LINDA MURIEL 1908-4 Feb 1925 aged 17
- daughter of Donald & Sarah Joan McKenzie
DULCIE BARBARA 1932-26 Dec 1975 aged 43
DUNCAN 1802-24 Oct 1887 aged 85
DUNCAN 1890-7 Aug 1963 aged 73
- son of William & Mary Ann McKenzie
DUNCAN 1904-2 Aug 1982 aged 78
- son of Roderick & Anabella McKenzie
DUNCAN CLARK1936-18 Mar 2006 aged 70
DUNCAN NORMAN1879-4 Aug 1962 aged 83
- son of Robert & Grace McKenzie

EDA FRANCISKA 1911-12 Oct 1990 aged 79
EDWARD PATRICK 1888-3 Aug 1959 aged 71
EILEEN ELIZABETH 1912-23 Dec 1956 aged 44
EION HUIA 1908-18 Nov 1987 aged 79
- son of Angus Gillies & Mary McKenzie
ELEANOR CHURCH (nee Bradley)1903-3 Oct 1972 aged 69 - married Donald McKenzie
ELIZA BROWN 1880-6 Mar 1958 aged 78
ELIZABETH 1802-26 Oct 1876 aged 74
ELIZABETH 1868-30 Jun 1933 aged 65
ELIZABETH 1860-2 Sep 1935 aged 75
ELIZABETH 1856-11 Jan 1942 aged 86
ELIZABETH JESSIE 1865-16 Jul 1948 aged 83
ELIZABETH RANKIN 1920-17 Sep 2000 aged 80
ELIZABETH WINIFRED 1882-11 Mar 1965 aged 63
ELLEN 1877-6 Aug 1962 aged 85
EPHRAIM 1903-10 Sep 1903 aged 8 days
- son of James Anthony & Jessie McKenzie
ERIC DONALD 1927-22 Apr 1990 aged 63
ETHEL MAY 1888-16 May 1970 aged 82
ETHEL MOSS 1886-26 Sep 1931 aged 45
EUNICE MARY 1922-3 May 1980 aged 58
EUPHEMIA ANNIE 1880-3 Apr 1881 aged 7 months
- daughter of Alexander & Christina McKenzie
EWAN 1804-7 Jan 1867 aged 63

FANNY 1862-4 Jun 1863 aged 14 months
FARQUHAR BEATON 1927-8 Apr 2008 aged 81
FERGUS 1922-1 Jun 1993 aged 71
FLORA 1850-17 Oct 1935 aged 85
FLORA ALLISON 1898-17 Apr 1899 aged 13 months
FLORENCE HILDA 19111-4 Feb 2004 aged 93
FLORENCE MARION 1915-22 Sep 1997 aged 82
FRANCES ALICE 1910-19 Nov 1965 aged 55
FRANCES ENID 1918-20 Feb 1990 aged 72
FRANCIS WALLACE 1918-23 Oct 1962 aged 44
FRED GORDON 1882-31 Dec 1942 aged 60

GEORGE 1878-25 Jan 1878 aged 3 weeks
GEORGE 1889-18 Sep 1889 aged 3 minutes
GEORGE BLACKWOOD 1842-18 Mar 1917 aged 75
GEORGE BLAIR 1921-16 May 1992 agd 71
GEORGE DONALD 1850-3 Jul 1922 aged 72
GEORGE GORDON 1885-14 Apr 1958 aged 73
- son of George Blackwood & Sarah Ann McKenzie
GLADYS MAY 1905-4 Aug 1923 aged 18
- daughter of Alexander & Cecilia Susan
GORDON 1912-8 Sep 1912 aged 4 months
GORDON 1920-22 Sep 1973 aged 53
GORDON BLACKWOOD 1923-5 Aug 1980 aged 57
GORDON JOHN 1903-16 Feb 1973 aged 69
GORDON JOHN 1905-9 Aug 1992 aged 76

HARRIET ANN 1888-30 Mar 1972 aged 84
HARRIOT ANN 1867-2 Oct 1874 aged 7
HAZEL ELANORE 1926-4 Mar 1996 aged 70
HECTOR 1900-26 Oct 1900 aged 5 months
HECTOR MCDONALD 1921-9 Aug 1978 aged 57
HELEN CHRISTINA 1833-10 Dec 1919 aged 86
HERBERT LINDSAY SCOTT 1911-5 Jan 1978 aged 67
HOWARD KENNETH 1925-19 Apr 2006 aged 81
HUGH 1837-11 Aug 1915 aged 78
HUGH JAMES 1918-3 Oct 2000 aged 82

IAN JAMES 1949-11 Apr 1982 aged 33
IAN MCNAIR 1904-12 Sep 1962 aged 58
- son of Colin & Louisa Delia McKenzie
IONA 1908-26 Nov 1974 aged 66
IRENE JEANETTA 1906-22 Nov 1966 aged 60
IRIS MARGARET 1915-25 Oct 1995 aged 80
ISABEL 1860-10 Apr 1938 aged 69
ISABEL ANN 1893-15 Jun 1981 aged 88
ISABEL MARGARET 1904-12 Apr 1944 aged 40
ISABELLA 1830-23 Jan 1863 aged 33
ISABELLA 1840-4 Jun 1887 aged 47
ISABELLA 1838-25 Oct 1890 aged 52
ISABELLA 1834-1 Feb 1905 aged 70
ISABELLA 1842-22 May 1912 aged 70
ISABELLA 1855-28 Aug 1917 aged 62
ISABELLA BRUCE 1860-28 Apr 1909 aged 49
ISABELLA FRASER 1840-4 Jun 1887 aged 47
ISABELLA G 1814-25 Jul 1883 aged 69
IVY MAY 1918-19 Dec 2001 aged 83
IVY ROSEILEN 1918-25 Feb 1998 aged 80

JAMES 1845-5 Aug 1900 aged 55
JAMES 1879-19 Apr 1932 aged 53
JAMES 1870-25 Dec 1937 aged 67
JAMES 1871-29 Jan 1958 aged 79
JAMES 1910-8 Aug 1964 aged 54
JAMES ARCHIBALD 1876-14 Nov 1877 aged 16 months
- son of Duncan & Mary McKenzie
JAMES AUSTIN 1906-10 Oct 1978 aged 72
- son of James Anthony & Jessie McKenzie
JAMES DONALD 1889-21 Jun 1964 aged 75
- son of Murdoch & Ellen Eliza McKenzie
JAMES DOUGLAS 1906-14 Apr 1907 aged 6 months
- son of Colin & Louisa Delia McKenzie
JAMES MAXWELL 1906-12 May 1978 aged 72
- son of Charles Smith & Margaret McKenzie
JAMES MORRISON MCDONALD 1913-8 Mar 1977 aged 64
JAMES SIMPSON 1865-5 Jun 1867 aged 2
JAMES SMITH 1871-28 Jun 1949 aged 78
JAMES VERNON 1871-22 Aug 1954 aged 83
JANE 1835-1 Sep 1910 aged 75
JANE 1843-22 May 1920 aged 67
JANE 1841-16 Aug 1925 aged 84
JANE 1843-7 Oct 1927 aged 84
JANE 1877-14 Dec 1937 aged 60
JANE 1873-29 May 1944 aged 71
JANE 1888-14 Jul 1964 aged 76
JANE ALICE 1858-10 Mar 1885 aged 27
JANE CRAIG 1904-1 Mar 1993 aged 89
JANE SIMPSON 1907-28 Mar 1992 aged 85
JANET 1853-10 Jul 1919 aged 66
JANET 1887-7 Jun 1977 aged 90
JANET MARY 1871-4 Nov 1946 aged 75
JANET MCFIE 1882-5 Aug 1956 aged 74
JANET SHEILA 1932-29 Jan 2009 aged 77
JEAN 1919-12 Sep 1960 aged 41
JEANIE 1893-1 Sep 1954 aged 61
JESSIE 1919-7 Jun 1903 aged 84
JESSIE 1861-20 Feb 1932 aged 71
- born Scotland, buried with Alexander (1858-1930)
JESSIE 1868-24 Mar 1956 aged 88
JESSIE MARGARET BROWN 1869-2 Mar 1877 aged 8
JOAN ISABEL 1919-8 Jan 1997 aged 78
JOAN MARGARET 1917-6 Jan 1996 aged 79
JOHN 1847-28 Jul 1861 aged 14
JOHN 1820-27 May 1880 aged 60
JOHN 1876-25 May 1884 aged 8
JOHN 1858-14 Dec 1886 aged 28
JOHN 1847-8 Aug 1892 aged 45
JOHN 1834-2 Jan 1901 aged 67
JOHN 1869-29 Aug 1908 aged 39
JOHN 1862-11 May 1914 aged 52
JOHN 1837-15 Apr 1917 aged 80
JOHN 1870-21 Oct 1919 aged 49
JOHN 1850-27 Jun 1920 aged 70
JOHN 1871-15 Jul 1925 aged 54
JOHN 1865-6 Apr 1940 aged 75
JOHN 1863-28 May 1954 aged 91 - ENGINEER
- buried with Alexander (1824-1905) & Thomas (1867-1919)
JOHN 1880-15 Jan 1960 aged 80
JOHN 1881-6 Feb 1961 aged 80
JOHN 1885-26 Dec 1967 aged 82
JOHN 1886-27 Dec 1972 aged 86
JOHN 1920-11 Mar 1976 aged 56
JOHN 1914-7 Dec 1983 aged 69
JOHN BARCLAY 1831-23 Jul 1920 aged 89
JOHN CADZOW 1878-19 Oct 1950 aged 73
- son of Peter & Christina McKenzie
JOHN GARDEN 1930-15 Dec 2000 aged 70
JOHN STUART 1950-30 Mar 2007 aged 57
JOHN SYLVESTER 1901-9 May 1945 aged 44
JOHN VERNON 1929-11 May 1974 aged 45
JOSEPH HARTLEY 1917-22 Oct 1989 aged 72
JOSEPHINE BEATRICE 1889-19 Apr 1967 aged 78
JULIA 1847-1 Jun 1921 aged 74
JULIA ELIZABETH 1878-30 May 1918 aged 40
- didn't marry

KAREN IRENE 1926-4 Oct 2007 aged 51
KATHERINE 1813-25 Jul 1873 aged 60
KEITH DOUGLAS 1950-4 Aug 1996 aged 46
KENNETH 1870-23 Jun 1922 aged 52
KENNETH FINLAY 1910-26 Dec 2001 aged 91

LENTON AINSLEY 1910-15 Sep 2003 aged 93
LESLIE CLARENCE 1908-8 Apr 1988 aged 80
- son of Kenneth & Amelia Jane McKenzie
LOUISE LORNE 1871-30 Aug 1948 aged 77

MALCOLM JACKSON 1875-8 Jul 1960 aged 85
MARGARET 1851-24 Jul 1924 aged 73
MARGARET 1904-3 Feb 1931 aged 27
MARGARET 1880-12 Dec 1937 aged 57
MARGARET 1896-26 Jun 1967 aged 71
MARGARET CLARK 1899-29 Jan 1974 aged 74
MARGARET HAMILTON 1900-26 Sep 1944 aged 43
MARGARET MAY 1912-6 Feb 1996 aged 84
MARGARET VICTORIA 1909-12 Aug 1991 aged 82
MARGARET WILLENA 1896-6 Feb 1909 aged 13
- daughter of Donald & Mary McKenzie
MARGARET HAZEL 1922-12 Jul 1941 aged 19
MARIA HAMILTON 1877-13 Oct 1922 aged 45
MARIAN 1854-9 Feb 1866 aged 12
MARIE 1910-1 Jan 1966 aged 56
MARION 1826-20 Sep 1885 aged 59
MARION FERGUSON 1813-5 Aug 1892 aged 79
MARJORIE FIONA 1933-20 Feb 1985 aged 52
MARJORIE WILLIAMS 1912-18 Jun 1990 aged 78
MARK ANDREW 1966-15 Jun 1967 aged 9 months
MARY 1865-22 Jan 1868 aged 2
MARY 1880-17 May 1881 aged 14 months
MARY 1873-12 Oct 1957 aged 84
MARY CHARLOTTE 1850-17 Jun 1888 aged 38
MARY ELLEN 1869-5 Oct 1957 aged 88
MARY FYFE 1896-23 Jun 1974 aged 78
MARY JANE 1872-30 Mar 1962 aged 90
MARY JEAN 1960-18 Apr 1961 aged 13 months
MERVYN PITTAWAY 1921-10 Aug 1975 aged 54
MOIRA AGNES ROSINA 1938-29 Jan 1992 aged 54
MURDOCH 1851-25 Jun 1876 aged 25
MURDOCH BEATON 1887-24 Nov 1954 aged 67
- son of Roderick & Flora McKenzie
MURIEL ELIZABETH 1898-27 Apr 1976 aged 78
MURIEL MARY 1908-14 Feb 1909 aged 10 months
- daughter of Alexander Robert Grey & Violet McKenzie
MURRAY 1914-15 Jul 1971 aged 57
MYRTLE 1893-30 Nov 1927 aged 34

NANCY 1925-19 Feb 2004 aged 79
NELLLIE 1879-10 Feb 1934 aged 55
NIGEL BRUCE 1926-12 Jul 1998 aged 72
NOLA AVIS 1938-10 Oct 2006 aged 68
NORMA AGNES 1921-25 Oct 2006 aged 85
NORMA ELLEN MARION 1922-14 Nov 1946 aged 24

PETER 1816-4 Sep 1878 aged 62
PETER 1841-1 Mar 1879 aged 38
PETER 1888-8 Oct 1888 aged 8 days
- son of Peter & Helen McKenzie
PETER 1848-4 Sep 1911 age 63
PHYLLIS 1920-13 Apr 1939 aged 19
PHYLLIS MABEL 1912-19 Nov 2000 aged 88

RAYMOND SEAFORTH 1915-4 Jun 1986 aged 71
REBECCA JANET 1889-15 Nov 1939 aged 50
REBECCA JOHNSTONE 1894-26 Jul 1971 aged 87
RETA ANNIE 1916-21 Oct 1989 aged 73
RETA JOSEPHINE 1913-15 May 1998 aged 85
RICHARD JOHN SEDDON 1902-12 Jan 1974 aged 72
- son of Farquhar & Mary McKenzie
ROBERT 1873-4 Mar 1929 aged 46
ROBERT 1876-26 Jun 1955 aged 79
- son of Colin & Ellen McKenzie
ROBERT 1888-24 Jun 1960 aged 72
ROBERT (senior) 1812-7 Sep 1882 aged 70
ROBERT CRAIG 1913-21 Feb 1991 aged 78
ROBERT FORREST 1878-3 Apr 1967 aged 89
- son of Peter &Margaret McKenzie
ROBERT SUTHERLAND 1838-28 Oct 1929 aged 91
ROBERT WALLACE 1914-6 May 1995 aged 81
ROBINA 1831-3 Jan 1864 aged 32
ROBINA LILY 1879-28 Dec 1945 aged 66
RODERICK 1873-15 Feb 1881 aged 8
RODERICK 1845-29 Jul 1894 aged 49
RODERICK 1872-5 Dec 1918 aged 46
RODERICK 1844-27 Dec 1925 aged 81
RODERICK 1870-11 Feb 1935 aged 65
RODERICK 1868-22 Jan 1943 aged 76
RODERICK 1907-29 Nov 1958 aged 51
- son of Roderick & Annabelle McKenzie
- buried with Agnes Mathew
RODERICK BRIAN 1942-16 Jul 1975 aged 33
RODERICK GEORGE 1916-21 Aug 1993 aged 77
RODERICK JAMES 1908-2 Jul 1979 aged 70
- son of James & Mary Jane McKenzie
RONA MARGARET CHRISTINA 1919-25 Oct 1959 aged 40

SARAH 1809-26 Jun 1885 aged 76
SARAH 1851-25 Jan 1896 aged 45
SARAH ANN 1886-16 May 1956 aged 70
SARAH CAMPBELL 1902-3 Dec 1987 aged 85
SARAH EUPHEMIA 1902-5 Oct 1966 aged 64
- buried with Albert Edward McKenzie
SARAH FLORENCE 1857-13 Oct 1931 aged 74
SARAH JOAN 1876-27 Jul 1953 aged 77
SUSAN 1867-22 Nov 1940 aged 73
SUSANNAH 1876-30 Apr 1955 aged 79

THOMAS 1879-20 May 1879 aged 3 weeks
THOMAS 1880-4 Nov 1944 aged 64
THOMAS AITKEN 1879-24 Oct 1954 aged 75
- son of John & Isabella McKenzie
THOMAS 1867-7 May 1919 aged 52
- buried with John (1863-1954) & Alexander(1824-1905)
THOMAS PURVES 1872-4 Feb 1873 aged 10 months
THOMAS RODERICK 1916-31 Oct 1991 aged 75
TREACY HUIA 1907-26 Jul 1975 aged 68
- son of William Roderick & Mary Ellen McKenzie

VIOLET 1879-10 Oct 1936 aged 57

WALLACE 1921-19 May 1976 aged 55
WALTER LORNE 1905-25 Sep 1957 aged 52
WILLIAM ?-23 Apr 1873 no age
WILLIAM 1866-20 Apr 1875 aged 9
WILLIAM 1811-14 Mar 1888 aged 77
WILLIAM 1816-26 Jan 1893 aged 57
WILLIAM 1829-17 Jan 1893 aged 63
WILLIAM 1872-22 Mar 1935 aged 63
WILLIAM 1878-2 Feb 1938 aged 60
WILLIAM 1856-30 Dec 1944 aged 88
WILLIAM 1868-20 Jun 1947 aged 79
WILLIAM 1867-29 Sep 1959 aged 92
WILLIAM CAMPBELL 1882-18 Jul 1962 aged 79
- son of John & Isabella McKenzie
WILLIAM DUNCAN 1901-24 Jul 1985 aged 84
- son of Alexander & Isabella McKenzie
WILLIAM GEORGE 1928-23 Feb 2005 aged 77
WILLIAM JAMES 1906-17 Feb 1957 aged 51
- son of William & Ethel May McKenzie
WILLIAM JOHN 1907-28 Mar 1907 aged 3 months
- son of Martha, father not recorded
WILLIAM LEWIS GUNN 1902-14 Jun 1967 aged 65
- son of William John & Alice Mary McKenzie
WILLIAM MUNRO 1879-30 Jun 1881 aged 23 months
WILLIAM RODERICK 1885-5 Mar 1953 aged 67 - POSTMASTER
- son of Roderick & Flora McKenzie. Married Agnes McBride 1886
WILLIAMINA 1858-19 Apr 1911 aged 53
WINIFRED JOAN 1921-10 Aug 1921 aged 8 months

Katherine Becks WALDMANN married Harry TURVEY, New Zealand

Katherine Beck WALDMANN was a daughter of Philip WALDMAN and Rebecca Ellen Smart MEADON who married about 1876 although no marriage records can be found for Rebecca

Below is a list of her children with a change of name of the father mid-way !! - father's name in brackets

1874-1875 Phillip Waldmann

1875-1934 James Phillip Meadon Waldmann

1877-1943 Millicent Annie Waldmann
- (Philip Waldmann)
- married 1899 Edward Askham Dunnage
- both buried Mangatera

1878-1954 Ellen Elizabeth Amiens Waldmann
- (Philip Waldmann)
- married 1910 Leonard Bertie Dawson

1879-1954 Katherina Becks Waldmann
- (Philip Waldmann)
- married 1903 Harry Turvey

1881-? Fanny Waldmann
- (Philip Waldmann)
- married 1924 John Oliver Diack Stewart

1882-1949 George Thomas Waldmann
- (Philip Waldmann)
- lived in Pahiatua
- buried Mangatainoka

1883-? Robert Meadon Waldmann
- (Thomas Stainton Waldmann)

1885-? Ellen Waldmann
- (Thomas Stainton Waldmann)
- married 1908 Hans HANSEN

1888-1937 Emma Waldmann
- (Philip Waldmann)
- married 1907 William Thomas SHANKS

1889-1963 Adeline Louisa Waldmann
- (Philip Waldmann)
- married 1908 John McKENZIE


Ellen (1867-1929) and Philip (1845-1924) Waldmann are buried in Pongaro Cemetery

Katherine Beck Turvey is buried with her husband Harry in Plot 24 of the Old Gorge Cemetery Woodville

NOTES
- thanks to rdrainbow or the message on 23-8-2010 which reads:
..want to point out a few mistakes.
My Grandmother was Ellen Elizabeth Amiens Waldman.
She married Hans Hansen, not her sister Ellen who married Ted Dunnage.
The reason Ellen has a different father's name is because Phillip Waldmann was not around at the time.
Ellen's father was Thomas Stainton DIXON.
I have never heard of a son called Robert, but will check this.
There where two more sons. Phillip was Rebecca's first born (1874) and died 1875. James Phillip Meadon Waldmann was born Sept 1875 died and buried in Napier 1934, never married. Phillip and Rebecca were married in London June 17th 1873. Came to NZ the same year


the children for Ellen Rebecca Smart WALDMANN as listed on NZ Births Deaths & Marriages, all registered as WALDMANN

Registration Number - Given Name - Mother's Name - Father's Name

1877/5942 Millicent Annie - Ellen Rebecca Smart - Philip

1878/10709 Ellen Elizabeth Amiens - Ellen Rebecca Smart Philip

1879/9530 Katherina Becks - Rebecca Ellen Iwart - Philip

1881/16069 Fanny - Rebecca Ellen Smart - Phillip

1882/16777 Thomas George - Rebecca Ellen Smart - Philip

1883/14265 Robert Meadon - Rebecca Ellen Smart - Thomas Stainton

1885/4001 Ellen - Rebecca Ellen Smart - Thomas Stainton

1888/2241 Emma - Rebecca Ellen Smart - Philip

1889/8537 Adeline Louisa - Rebecca Ellen Smart - Philip



Rebecca Ellen Smart Waldmann (nee Meadon) (1848-1929)

Philip Waldmann (1845-1924)
- the sentence

Thomas Stainton Dixon (1843-1888)

Edward John "Jack" LOFLEY 1839-1889 died Star Hotel Woodville, New Zealand

Edward "JACK" Lofley was born between 1838 and 1840 in England

He was an ex-Navy man, a survivor from the crew of HMS Orpheus wrecked on the Manukau bar in 1863
- he fought in the Waikato war as a member of the Naval Brigade (The Naval Brigade lost 13 killed (including virtually all of its officers) and 26 wounded during the )BATTLE OF GATE PA
- he later joined the New Zealand Armed Constabulary
- From 1879 to 1886 he was the Taupo correspondent for the Hawke's Bay Weekly Courier
- he also performed a similar function for several other North Island newspapers

Being a very outspoken person, Edward was often in trouble (mostly with the constabulary)
- he had his bath-houses burned down (twice in the same year) - he rebuilt
- he was very badly injured when set upon by 4 men in 1884

From the late 1860s he was the proprietor of 'The GLen' - Hot Baths & Sanatorium at Tapuaeharuru (place of echoing footsteps), Taupo
- he was the "well known & jovial" guide for the Rotomahana Terraces better known as the Pink & White Terraces (destroyed in the 1886 volcanic eruption of Mount Tarawera) via Orakeikoraka, Alum Cave and Paeroa boiling Mud Cauldrons for over 20 years
He was also responsible for sending samples of hot springs water to the Government Laboratory in Wellington for analysis

In 1876 he had a Maori wife but she may have been common-law as on 4th May 1880 he married Rosanna Boyle (1852-1917) at Tauranga
- they had at least 4 children

the 3 known children at this time are:

7th April 1881 a son Charles Edward Lofley

17th September 1882 a daughter Mary Lofley
- Mary was adopted in 1886 by Joanne and David Gray of Napier

21st April 1884 a son Louis George Lofley

- there was another (unknown) son

By 1885 he and his wife Roseanna (Rosine) had seperated
He was eventually found and remanded in Auckland
He was charged with having deserted her in Auckland
He countered she left of her own free will

By 1886 he had left Taupo and his spa - it was taken over by John Joshua

He became the proprietor of a temperance hotel at Napier and later kept a boarding house there

In January 1889 his wife was living in Woodville where she was a housekeeper for Mr & Mrs Snadden, a railway employee.
She was sentenced to 3 months imprisonment for throwing tin at 10 year old John Snadden, cutting his hand

19th Oct 1890 a son, Arthur James, was born to Roseanna, father not recorded (he was registered as 'Lofley' but was born 19 months after Jack's death) - Arthur died in 1986 aged 95

At the time of his death Edward's 3 known children would have been aged 8, 7 and 5. NOTES: these children, being left alone when their father died, (at that time their mother was in prison) were either adopted or fostered out and may have changed their names as any further info is hard to find

Edward died aged about 49-51
- he died after a brief illness at the Star Hotel, Woodville

his details were provided by
- Robert Eldon Grinlinton on 21-3-1889
- Robert recorded him as "about 40 years old"
He is buried in Plot 30, Block 13 of the Old Gorge Cemetery in Woodville

VALENTINE'S DAY around the world

Valentine's Day is said to have originated as far back as 496AD and is celebrated (in one way or another) in nearly every country in the world, resulting in many marriages and births which enforces the saying that "its love that makes the world go round"

... HOW WE CELEBRATE VALENTINE'S DAY

In AMERICA - Valentine's Day did not get to America until 1629 with the Puritans and then went against some of the church elders. Now consumers spend an average of $14 billion on Valentines Day ($15.8 BILLION Australian) just for the one day !!

In AUSTRALIA - Valentine's Day is a much-celebrated festival in Australia and its popularity is said to be increasing by the year. About 90 per cent of the people in the age group of 18-24 and 45 per cent of people above 50 are said to celebrate the day. Valentine's Day Festival has a history of extravagant celebrations in Australia. It is said that during the Australian gold rush period miners became extremely rich due to the new wealth found from the Ballarat Mines. These miners ordered extravagant Valentines amounting to thousands of pounds at a time

In BRAZIL - the Dia dos Namorados "Day of the Enamored", or "Boyfriends'/Girlfriends' Day") is celebrated on June 12 when couples exchange gifts, chocolates, cards and flower bouquets. This day was chosen probably because it is the day before the Festa juninas Saint Anthony's day, known there as the marriage saint, when traditionally many single women perform popular rituals, called simpatias, in order to find a good husband or boyfriend. The February 14's Valentine's Day is not celebrated at all, mainly for cultural and commercial reasons, since it usually falls too little before or after Carnival, a major floating holiday in Brazil

In BRITAIN - around 503m ($773 million Australian) is spent on cards, flowers, chocolates and other gifts for Valentine's Day. Traditionally these were sent anonymously, but nowadays it is often made clear who is sending each 'Valentine'

In CANADA - 60% of Canadians will buy a gift with the majority spending less than $50, ($53 Australian) whereas the average person in the U.S. will spend $103 ($116 Australian) on traditional Valentines Day merchandise

In CHINA - the common situation is the man gives chocolate, flowers or both to the woman that he loves

In DENMARK & NORWAY - Valentine's Day is known as Valentinsdag. It is not celebrated to a large extent but many people take time to eat a romantic dinner with their partner, to send a card to a secret love or give a red rose to their loved one

In ESTONIA - Valentine's Day is called Sbrapev, which is about remembering all your friends, not only your loved ones

In FINLAND - Valentine's Day is called Ystvnpiv which translates into "Friend's day". As the name indicates, this day is more about remembering all your friends, not only your loved ones

In FRANCE - a traditionally Catholic country, Valentine's Day is known simply as "Saint Valentin" and is celebrated in much the same way as other western countries

In GREECE there is a lot of love in the air, young men and women spend the day in each other's company, reveling in their love for each other. It is said that Cupid is the cause of the emotion of love and Valentine's Day in Greece is intricately connected with him

In GUATEMALA - it is known as the "Da del Cario" (Day of the Affection)

In INDIA - in past Valentine's Day has been explicitly discouraged by some of the Hindu fundamentalists, mainly the Shiv Sena, the Bajrang Dal and the Vishva Hindu Parishad. Since 2001 there has been each year violent clashes between shopkeepers dealing in Valentine related items and Shiv Sena die-hards, who oppose it as "cultural pollution from the west".

In IRAN - the Sepandarmazgan, or Esfandegan, is an age-old traditional celebration of love, friendship and Earth. It has nothing in common with the Saint Valentin celebration, except for a superficial similarity in giving affection and gifts to loved ones and its origins and motivations are completely unrelated. It has been progressively forgotten in favour of the Western celebration of Valentine's Day

In IRELAND - Valentine's Day in Ireland has some traditions. From the olden times St. Valentine is connected with the concept and emotion of love. Several hotels arrange special Valentine's Day packages which are appreciated by the couples

In ISRAEL - According to Jewish tradition the 15th day of the month of Av - Tu B'Av (usually late August) is the festival of love. In ancient times girls would wear white dresses and dance in the vineyards, where the boys would be waiting for them. In modern Israeli culture this is a popular day to pronounce love, propose marriage and give gifts like cards or flowers

In ITALY - This day is reserved exclusively for the lovers and family and friends do not take part or exchange gifts. On Valentine's Day in Italy couples go out for dinners at pizzeria or ristorante. 14th February has become very commercialized in Italy but traditionally gifts like chocolates, diamonds, perfumes and flowers are exchanged

In JAMAICA - they head for Montego Bay. People from all over the world gather at Jamaica to witness and to be a part of the Valentine celebrations that takes place in Montego Bay. Beach parties are organized at the Montego Bay, on Valentines Day that is accompanied with drinks and music.

In JAPAN - in 1936, Morozoff Ltd. introduce the holiday when it run an advertisement directed to foreigners. Later in 1953 it started promoting the giving of heart-shaped chocolates. Other Japanese confectionery companies followed suit later. In 1958 the Isetan department store ran a "Valentine sale". Further campaigns during the 1960s popularized the custom. The custom that only women give chocolates to men appears to have originated from the typo of a chocolate company executive in the initial campaigns. In particular, office ladies give chocolate to their co-workers. Unlike western countries, gifts such as greeting cards, candies, flowers, or dinner dates are uncommon, and most of the activity about the gifts is about giving the right amount of chocolate to each person

In NEW ZEALAND - Visiting exotic locations to spend quiet moments together is one of the ways of celebrating Valentine's Day in New Zealand. There are innumerable tour operators who offer game fishing, bush safari, paragliding and wine tours. The choices are many and each couple can decide in what way they want to spend the day. Several picnic spots are agog with revelers on Valentine's Day.

In NORFOLK - a character called 'Jack' Valentine knocks on the rear door of houses leaving sweets and presents for children. Although he was leaving treats many children were scared of this mystical person

In PAKISTAN - The Jamaat-e-Islami political party has called for the banning of the holiday and has called it "a shameful day. They claim that the holiday is an insult to Islam. Despite this the celebration is increasingly popular and the florist shops expect to sell a great amount of flowers, especially red roses

In POLAND - Poland had been behind the Iron Curtain for quite some decades, but that has not stopped the young adults in Poland exchange love vows with each other. Valentine cards and Valentine flowers are exchanged with the beloved and there are many couples who opt for dinners in restaurants. The day is spent with each other and the main issue is just being together

In PORTUGAL - it's more commonly referred to as "Dia dos Namorados" (Boy/Girlfriend's Day)

In the PHILLIPPINES - Valentine's Day is called "Araw ng mga Puso" or "Hearts Day". It is usually marked by a steep increase in the prices of flowers

In ROMANIA - the traditional holiday for lovers is Dragobete, which is celebrated on February 24. It is named after a character from Romanian folklore who was supposed to be the son of Baba Dochia. Part of his name is the word drag ("dear"), which can also be found in the word dragoste ("love"). In recent years Romania has also started celebrating Valentine's Day, despite already having Dragobete as a traditional holiday

In RUSSIA - Most of the buildings of Russia are adorned with lights for the occasion of Valentines Day. The shows and the musical concerts that are organized on Valentines Day in Russia are attended by large numbers of people. The shops of Russia on Valentines Day displays different kinds of gift items, as well as flowers and cards

In SAUDI ARABIA - in 2002 and 2008, religious police banned the sale of all Valentine's Day items, telling shop workers to remove any red items as the day is considered a Christian holiday. In 2008 this ban created a black market of roses and wrapping paper

In SLOVENIA - a proverb says that "St Valentine brings the keys of roots," so on February 14th plants and flowers start to grow. Valentine's Day has been celebrated as the day when the first work in the vineyards and in the fields commences. It is also said that birds propose to each other or marry on that day. Nevertheless, it has only recently been celebrated as the day of love. The day of love is traditionally March 12, the Saint Gregory's day

In SOUTH AMERICA - Mexico, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador etc, Valentine's Day is known as "Da del Amor y la Amistad" (Day of Love and Friendship). Although it is similar to the United States version in many ways, it is also common to see people do "acts of appreciation" for their friends.

In SOUTH KOREA - women give chocolate to men on February 14, and men give non-chocolate candy to women on March 14 (White Day). On April 14 (Black Day), those who did not receive anything on the 14th of Feb or March go to a Chinese restaurant to eat black noodles and "mourn" their single life

In SPAIN - Valentine's Day is known as "San Valentn" and is celebrated the same way as in the U.K, although in Catalonia it is largely superseded by similar festivities of rose and/or book giving on La Diada de Sant Jordi (Saint George's Day)

In SWEDEN - it is called Alla hjrtans dag ("All Hearts' Day") and was launched in the 1960s by the flower industry's commercial interests and due to the influence of American culture. It is not an official holiday but its celebration is recognized and sales of cosmetics and flowers for this holiday are only exceeded by those for Mother's Day.

In TURKEY - Valentine's Day is called Sevgililer Gn which translates into "Sweethearts' Day"

In VENEZUELA - in 2009 President Hugo Chavez said in a meeting to his supporters, for the upcoming referendum vote on February 15, that "since on the 14th there will be no time of doing nothing, nothing or next to nothing ... maybe a little kiss or something very superficial", he recommended people to celebrate a week of love after the referendum vote

In WALES - many people celebrate Dydd Santes Dwynwen (St Dwynwen's Day) on January 25 instead of or as well as St Valentine's Day. The day commemorates St Dwynwen, the patron saint of Welsh lovers. Wooden love spoons were carved and given as gifts on February 14th. Hearts, keys and keyholes were favourite decorations on the spoons. The decoration meant, "You unlock my heart!"

In ZIMBABWE - Valentine's Day in Zimbabwe is celebrated by the young people with great passion althoug the celebration is beynd the means of many

NOTES & TRADITIONS
*Valentines Day is the most popular day of the year for people to marry, over twice as many people marry then as the next most popular day - New Years Eve
*More than 37 million men will purchase flowers on Valentins Day in America alone
*In Japan many men feel embarrassed if they don't receive any chocolate on Valentine's Day. Women usually make sure to give giri-choco (obligation chocolate) to men around them so that they don't feel left out
*In In the U.S. chocolate and candy sales will climb to an estimated $935 million (over $1 billion Australian)
*The first man an unmarried woman saw on 14th February would be her future husband;
*If the names of all a girl's suitors were written on paper and wrapped in clay and the clay put into water, the piece that rose to the surface first would contain the name of her husband-to-be.
*If a woman saw a robin flying overhead on Valentines Day, it meant she would marry a sailor. If she saw a sparrow, she would marry a poor man and be very happy. If she saw a goldfinch, she would marry a rich person.
*In the Middle Ages, young men and women drew names from a bowl to see who their valentines would be. They would wear these names on their sleeves for one week.
*Men spend nearly twice as much for Valentine's Day gifts as women do
*If you are a star sign believer - Babies born on Valentine's Day are chatty, very bright, original and independent. They will learn things quickly and absorb information with great energy. A Valentine baby can be very stubborn at times and, despite valuing the company of others, also enjoys time alone. They can often appear detached from others but, despite appearances, are often thinking about those close and are extremely loyal

And one would think that 9 months later mid November would be the most common birthday around the world but it is actually beaten by early October (meaning conception of around New Years Eve) - but still ensuring that genealogsits have pleanty of work to keep them going forever ...

William Henry ANCELL, aged 4 months at Old Gorge Cemetery, Woodville

William Henry Ancell was born in April 1890 to
Charles & Mary Ann Ancell

their (known) children were:

1890-1890 William Henry Ancell
- died aged 4 months
- he is buried in Plot 97 at Old Gorge Cemetery

1892-1968 John Joseph Ancell
- married Margaret Wylie in 1914

1894-1913 Mary Violet Ancell
- married Samuel Edward Smith in 1911
- Mary died aged 20 in 1913.
- Her sister Norah married Samuel 4 years later

1895-1974 George Ancell

1897-1985 Alice Ancell
- married Robert Craill (1891-1975) in 1915
- he was a son of Thomas Craill & Ida Elizabeth Longher
- some known children of Thomas & Ida Craill were:
1891-1975 Robert - as above
1893-1969 David - married Juanita Hampton Barwick
1900-1975 Archie - married Edna Hadfield
1903-1985 Daphne Alice - married Walter Henry Ellis
1904-1996 Harold
1907-1990 Evan

1899-1992 Norah Ancell
- married Samuel Edward Smith in 1917
- he was married to her sister Mary Violet until Mary's death in 1913

1900-1976 James Patrick Ancell

1902-? Margaret Christina Ancell
- married Robert Henry Seymour Coker (1895-1972) in 1919
- his mother was Alice Elizabeth Coker, father not recorded

1903-? Eveline Mabel Ancell

1905-1952 Ivy Jane Ancell
- didn't marry

Thomas AMBROSE & Elizabeth MURRAY, buried Woodville New Zealand

Elizabeth Murray was born about 1845

She married Thomas Ambrose Ambrose in 1876
their (known) children were:
1877-1950 Spencer James Ambrose
- married Ada May Corner in 1903
they had Spencer William Ambrose in 1904, died 1972
- Ada died aged 38 in 1915
- he married Emily Ure (1885-1979) in 1917
- daughter of Robert & Emily Ure

1879-1918 Albert Thomas Ambrose
- served in WWI as a Private
- serial number 47384
- NZEF, 26th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Regiment, B Company
- embarked 9-6-1917 on the Willochra
- DIED OF WOUNDS 1-10-1918 in France
- buried II.G.10.
Ribecourt British Cemetery, Nord, France

1881-1935 Ada Ethel Ambrose
- died aged 53, didn't marry

1886-1886 Ella Celia Ambrose
- died aged 5 weeks

Elizabeth was living at 50 Coromandel St, Wellington when son Thomas enlisted. She was at 138 Owen St, Wellington when he died in France

- Elizabeth is buried next to her husband Thomas who died aged 75, 13 years before her, in the Old Gorge Cemetery in Woodville.
Her details were provided by her son Spencer James Ambrose on 27-1-1927

William ALDERMAN & Sarah Jane WEST - Hawkes Bay, Manawatu

William Alderman (1848-1912)
married Sarah Jane West (1862-1929) in 1884

their (known) children were:
1885 - Lucy

1886 - Ada Harriet

1887-1948 William - orchardist
- served in WWI as a Rifleman
- serial number 20072
- NZRB, 10th Reinforcements 2nd Battalion, F Company
- embarked 19-8-1916 for Devonport, England on the Aparima
- mother: Mrs W. Alderman, Havelock North, Hawkes Bay
- married Annie Jane Trethewey (1882-1960) in 1929
- she was a daughter of Robert & Selina Trethewey

1889-1964 Richard
- married Bessie Franklin in 1917
- a daughter of Walter Franklin & Emily Williams

1890-1891 Frederick
- died aged 11 months
- he is buried at the Old Gorge Cemetery in Woodville

1894-1929 Arthur - clerk
- married Annie Jones in 1916
- served in WWI as a Corporal
- serial number 49135
- NZEF, 27th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Regiment, B Company
- embarked 12-6-1917 for Devonport, England on the Tahiti
- next of kin: wife Annie, Don Bank Private Hotel, Wellington

1896-1897 Joseph
- Joseph died at 5 months

1898-1899 Donald OR Daniel Robert
- he died aged 6 months

1902-1980 Thomas Robert

1904- 1904 Ernest
- Ernest died aged 5 days

Thomas ASKEW 1841-1891 - buried Woodville, New Zealand

Thomas Askew was born about 1841
he died in 1891 and is buried in the Old Gorge Cemetery in Woodville

From the WANGANUI CHRONICLE
- 3rd October 1891

A settler named Thomas Askew, says the Woodville Examiner, who had a section and house in the settlement, died on Sunday night. Mr and Mrs Askew have been living at Ashhurst but deceased came to the settlement to prepare the way for their return.
Mr Goff who lives near, sent a child over for some vegetables and on her knocking at the door she heard groans and opened it, when deceased was found to be dying. He was attended to but died as above,
Deceased had been complaining of being unwell for sometime and a post mortem examination conducted by Dr Davemport revealed the fact that death resulted from cancer. He has four sons occupying responsible positions at Lyttelton

Please leave a comment if you can help with his wife, children and life in Ashhurst and Woodville

When Thomas died his details were provided by Joseph Barrott on 30-9-1891 - who was Joseph Barrott?
Who was Mr Goff, Thomas's' neighbour

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James Cook ALLOTT 1903-1948 buried Old Gorge Cemetery, Woodville

Jabez Allott (1848-1934) and
Mary Jane Duffell (1851-1928)
- married in New Zealand in 1872
- they were living in Wigan St, Gore in 1914 & 1917 when sons Spencer & Lemuel went to war

- their (known) children were:
1875-1948 Jabez William Allott
- married Agnes McDonald Cook (1873-1967) in 1900
- their (known) children were:
1901-1975 Jabez Miller Allan Allott
- married Daisy Bell Brooks in 1927
- daughter of Samuel & Jane Brooks
1903-1948 James Cook Allot Allott
- married Agnes Jane Coventry Dowdle in 1928
- daughter of WIlliam Dowdle & Jane Coventry Kerr
James is buried in the Old Gorge Cemetery in Woodville with his wife Agnes

1877-1879 George Heathcote Allott
- George's death notice reads: ALLOTT - At Heathcote Farm, Upper Pareora, [South Canterbury]on 26th October, George Heathcote, the son of Jabez and Mary Allott, aged 2 years and 10 months

1878-? Edward Duffell Allott
- married Beatrice McLeod in 1901
their (known) children were:
1901 - Mabel Tui Allott
1902 - Keith Clifton Allott
1907 - Pearl Florence Allott
1909 - Royce Allott

1879-1928 Alice Eliza Allott
- married William Milne in 1903
- son of John Milne & Elizabeth McDonald
their (known) children were:
1904 - Ronald Milne
1906 - Kenneth Milne
1908 - James Milne

1880-1947 Edith Emma Allott
- married Edward Robert Smith in 1903
- son of John Hancock & Mary Smith
they had a daughter in
1907 - Mavis Alice Smith
- probably other children

1882-1974 George Walter Allott
- married Florence Painter in 1906
- daughter of James Painter & Ruth Rodgers
their (known) children were:
1907 - Pearl Florence Allott
1908 - George Walter Allott

1883-1941 Agnes Bertha Allott
- married Frederick William Jackson in 1911
- son of Charles Jackson & Hannah Clark

1885-1918 Lawrence Heathcote Allott
- married Jessie Metcalfe in 1910
- Lawrence died 2-12-1918, possibly during the flu pandemic

1886-1928 Mary Margaret Allott
- married Horace Guy Day in 1913
- son of John & Constance Day

1888-1969 John Wesley Allott
- married Alice Lloyd in 1914
- daughter of Thomas Lloyd & Annie Bradley

1890-1973 Freddy Evans Allott

1891-1965 Lemual Morgan Allott
- served in WWI as a ifleman
- serial number - 55890
- NZ Rifle Brigade, Reinforcements G Company
- married Georgina Alexandria Hanton in 1923

1893-1962 Spencer Mortimer Allott - was a teacher
- served in WWI as a Corporal
- serial number 8/164
- Otago Infantry Battalion
- married Beatrice Uren in 1918
- daughter of Joseph Philip Uren & Edith Alicia Symes
- An article from the Otautau Standard & Wallace County Chronicle dated 17th September 1918:
The empoyees of Thomson & Beattie, Ltd, Gor, met at the residence of Mr J. Allott, Wiggon St, on a recent evening for the dual purpose of bidding farewell to Miss B Uren and of making her a presentation on the eve of her marriage. Mr E. C. Glen (manager) referred to Miss Uren's faithful service and pleasant manner during the three years she had been employed in the dressmaking departmnet and on behalf of her fellow-employees presented her with a silver-mounted cut glass condiment set and sugar dredger and a dainty china ornament. He also asked her acceptance of a gift of household linen from the firm to mark its appreciation of her services. Mr Spencer Allott suitably replied for Miss Uren. A pleasant evening was spent in music and games. Miss Uren has since been married to Mr Spencer Allott, teacher, Heddon Bush and is now a resident of the Western District

1895-1936 Daisy Blanche Allott
- married Arthur Watson in 1921

Elizabeth Emma BARKWITH at Old Gorge Cemetery Woodville, New Zealand

Elizabeth Emma Barkwith was born in 1875

Elizabeth married
- Henry Walter Allan (1871-1948i) in 1898
- Henry was born in New Zealand but his parents names were not recorded

their (known) children were:
1899-1979 Ivan Campbell

1901-1971 Walter Drummond
- married Myrtle Emma Cave in 1924

15-3-1905-1980 - Colin Barkwith
- twin with Gwendoline
- married Rita Alice Fuller in 1928

15-3-1905-? - Gwendoline Mary
- twin with Colin
- married Thomas Allan Mack in 1928
- may have remarried

8-1-1909-1999 Dorothy Isabel
- didn't marry

Elizabeth died 5 years after Henry, not known at this time where Henry is buried

At the time of her death her details were provided by E. Morris jnr (on 28-1-1953) - can you help on who he was, if he was related to her