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WALKER to WYSOCKI Settlers Cemetery, Dannevirke

Journal by ngairedith

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

WALKER Edward Luther, 2 May 1917 aged 33
- buried Grave 15, Block G with sons Ivor & Reginald
- Edward was an Engine Driver
- a son of Enoch WALKER & Eliza Ann GROVES

WALKER Ivor Philip, 31 July 1921 aged 6.6
- buried Plot 15, Block G with his father Edward & brother Reginald
- son of Edward Luther WALKER & Eustelle Emerinze de MALMANCHE
see link at Edward Luther Walker

WALKER Reginald Irvine Luther, 2 Nov 1906 aged 1
- was living in Tamaki, Dannevirke
- buried Plot 15, Block G with Edward and Ivor
- born 14 Oct 1905 to Edward Luther WALKER & Eustelle Emerinze de MALMANCHE
see link at Edward Luther Walker

WALL Charles Douglas, 27 July 1911 aged 3 weeks
- buried Plot 82, Block J with sister Gladys
- was living in Maharahara, Dannevirke
- a son of Charles Frederick WALL & Helen Murray ANDERSON

WALL Gladys Ellen, 25 Aug 1909 aged 3 months
- buried Plot 82, Block J with brother Charles
- was living in Te Rehunga, Dannevirke
- a daughter of Charles Frederick WALL & Helen Murray ANDERSON

WALL Reginald Alexander, 6 Dec 1913 aged 2.6
- buried Plot 39, Block K
- a son of Charles Frederick WALL & Helen Murray ANDERSON
NOTE Charles & Helen married in 1902. Their known children:
1903 - 1973 James Fredric Wall
1904 - 1929 Peter John Wall
1905 - 1979 Leslie Wall
1907 - 1921 Mary Jane Wall
1908 - 1982 Albert William Wall
1909 - 1909 Gladys Ellen Wall
1910 - ? Elsie Catherine Wall
1911 - 1911 Charles Douglas Wall
1913 - 1913 Reginald Alexander Wall

WALLACE George Mathewman, 24 March 1907 aged 4.5 months
(database has 4.5 years)
- buried Grave 27, Block E
- born 7 Nov 1906 yo John James WALLACE & May Gertrude GAMBLE
the children of John and May were:
1901 - Milton James Wallace
1903 - Thomas Francis Wallace
1905 - John Herbert Wallace
1907 - 1907 George Matthewman Wallace

WALSH (Mrs) Barbara Lumsden (nee PRATT), 4 July 1909 aged 34
- Barbara was in the Dannevirke Hospital
- she is buried in Plot 32, Block E with son James
- Barbara married James Walsh in 1901
- the children of James and Barbara were:
1902 - 1969 John Patrick Walsh
- John was a sheep farmer living in Piri Piri, Dannevirke
- he is buried with his brother Martin Pratt Walsh in Mangatera Cemetery
- the database has his age as 61, he was 67
1904 - 1906 James Edward (below)
- died aged 2.5
1907 - Mary Deeley Walsh
1908 - Martin Pratt Walsh
- died aged 76, buried in Mangatera cemetery with brother John Patrick

WALSH James Edward, 2 Oct 1906 aged 2.5
- buried Plot 31, Block E with mother Barbara

WALSH Mary Gwendoline Ann, 11 Nov 1900 aged 9 weeks
- buried Plot 5, BLock D

WALTERS Henry, 24 Nov 1911 aged 71
- buried Grave 45, Block H
- birth year of about 1840, Henry was a Labourer

WARD Thomas, 22 Feb 1913 aged 78
- buried Grave 46, Block K
- birth year of about 1835
- Thomas was in the Dannevirke Hospital

WATERS Alexandrina (nee McKAY), 3 July 1909 aged 62
- buried Grave 80, Block J
- birth year of about 1847, Alexandria married Andrew Waters in 1876
- lived in Burns St, Dannevirke
- the children of Andrew & Alexandrina:
1878 - 1936 Jane Sangster Waters
- didn't marry
1879 - 1964 Andrew McKay Waters
- died aged 84
1881 - 1964 Margaret Wilhelmina Waters
- married James Samuel DICK in 1911
- she died aged 84
1882 - 1884 Kenneth Francis William Waters
- died aged 1
1883 - John Herbertson Waters
- married Annie MORRISON in 1900

WAUGH Donald Urquhart, 28 Aug 1906 aged 7.10
- buried Grave 68, Block F
- a son of James WAUGH & Margaret URQUHART
- the 6 sons of James & Margaret:
1886 - 1959 John Hutton Waugh
- married Alice GERKE in 1909
1887 - 1974 William Urquhart Waugh
- married Clara Minetta ROSS in 1922
1891 - 1981 James Davidson Waugh
- married Susan PALEMR in 1904
1894 - 1981 Adam Waugh
- married Esther Annie HUTCHINSON in 1924
1896 - 1974 Hugh Fraser Waugh
- died aged 78
1898 - 1906 Donald Urquhart Waugh
- died aged 7 (above)

WEBB Louisa Ellen, 8 April 1906 aged 71
- buried Grave 32, Block C
- Louisa was a widow

WEBBER Arthur Charles, 2 Aug 1936 aged 77
- buried Grave 44, Block H with wife Mary
- was living in Raumati, Dannevirke
- married Mary Richards Williams in 1879

WEBBER Mary Richards (nee WILLIAMS), 1 Nov 1911 aged 50
- buried Grave 43, Block H with husband Arthur
- was living in Te Rehunga, Dannevirke
ARTHUR & MARY had 13 known children

WEISERT Emil Frederic 22-6-1895 aged 31
- Emil married Hilda Andersdotter FREDSBERG on 26th December 1893 in Norsewood
- Hilda was born 2-9-1872 in Ostmark, Varmland, Sweden to Anders FREDSBERG & Elsa Danielsdotter
HOLLANDSTORP
- she died in Hastings on 22-5-1949
- they had a son Godfrey Egbert Weisert who DIED OF WOUNDS in Gravenstafel, Somme France 2-9-1918.
Hilda remarried Henry CARLSON on 22-5-1901 in Dannevirke and was living in Otuarumia, Hawke's Bay at the time of Godfrey's death

WHEATON Hector Edward, 6 Nov 1909 aged 56
- buried Grave 39, Block K
- Hector was in the Dannevirke Hospital

WHITE Eleanor Pretoras, 26 Jan 1909 aged 2
- buried Grave 30, Block K
WHITE - On the 26th inst., at Tepapakuku, Eleanor Pretoris, infant daughter of C. and L. M. White, aged two years
- a daughter of Charles WHITE & Lillas Martha JARVIS
the known children of Charles & Lillas were:
1895 - Mary Elizabeth White
1897 - Amy Ambrosine White
1898 - Elsie Doris WHite
1900 - Annie Laura White
1903 - Vera Lillias Martha White
1904 - Hughey Eric White
1905 Norman Oliver WHite
1907 - Pretoras Eleanor White
1908 - James McChayne White

WHITEHEAD Edward, 29 Sep 1911 aged 41
- buried Plot 62, Block H
- Edward was a farmer

WHITEHEAD Sophia, 21 Feb 1905 aged 76
- buried Plot 78, Block F

WEISNER Herman Julius, 27 Dec 1907 aged 56
- buried Grave 1907, Block G
- In 1881 he was working on the Manawatu Gorge
- In Oc 1882 he was sentenced at Wanganui to 4 months prison for stealing 3 cheques
- In Jan 1888 he was charged with perjury in the Palmerston North District Court
- In 1894 a house on the Foxton Line owned and occupied by Herman was destroyed by fire
- In August 1896 he was living in Cheltenham near Feilding when sentenced to 10 years hard labour for a serious crime
- (the name is sometimes seen spelt Wiesner)

WILEY Albert James, 25 Sep 1892 aged 5
- buried Grave 85, Block B with father William

WILEY William Martin, 15 Nov 1918 aged 68
- buried Grave 85, Block B with son Albert
- born in Hutt Valley 1850, he married Damarus Owen WAKELIN (1854-) in 1878
- was living in Weber, Dannevirke
their known children:
1880 - 1881 Amelia Janet Wiley (born & died in Carterton)
1882 - 1944 Cornelia Jane Wiley (born Carterton m.Frederick Rosenbeck 1906)
1885 - 1972 Edward Hamilton Wiley (born Dannevirke)
1887 - 1892 Albert James Wiley (born & died in Dannevirke)
1889 - 1889 Willard Wiley (born Woodville, died aged 4 weeks in Woodville)
1890 - 1979 Damarus Isabella Wiley (m.Charles Alloway 1912)
1893 - 1965 John Ballance Wiley
1896 - Jessie Wiley (born in Waipatiki)

WILKS James Royal, 19 Dec 1907 6 weeks
- (spelt Wilkes on the database)
- was living in Kaitoki, Dannevirke
- a son of William George Arthur WILKS & Emma WILLISCROFT
the children of WILLIAM & EMMA:
1894 - Arthur Joseph Wilks
1895 - Lilian May Wilks
1899 - Mary Pearl Wilks
1905 - Horace Wilks
1907 - James Royal Wilks

WILKINS Mary, 12 Jan 1899 aged 34
- buried Grave 90, Block A with baby (next)
- a birth year of about 1865

WILKINS unnamed born still 14 Jan 1899
- buried Grave 90, Block A with mother Mary
- son of John Oliver & Mary WILKINS

WILKINS John 'Oliver', 27 July 1944 aged 81
- buried Grave unknown
- a birth year of about 1863
- John was a Labourer in Dannevirke

WILLIAMS ?, 27 March 1901
- buried Grave 6, Block D with Margert
- son of Sidney Williams

WILLIAMS Margery, 30 April 1918 aged 8 months
- buried Plot 6, Block D with unknown child above
- lived in Hunter St, Dannevirke

WILSON Andrew William, 15 Sep 1942 aged 71
- buried Grave 28, Block H with wife Annie
- Andrew was a Saddler
- he lived in Te Rehunga, Dannevirke
born 1871 to John & Janet Wilson, brother of George Robert below

WILSON Annie (nee TROUDE) 22 Sep 1911 aged 34
- buried Grave 28, Block H with husband Andrew & George
- married Andrew William Wilson in 1910
they had a daughter:
1911 - Annie Mildred Wilson
- lived in Rawhiti St, Dannevirke

WILSON Ethel May 1903 aged 2 months
- buried Grave 81, Block E
- daughter of John Thomas WILSON & Anna Carley GREEN
the known children of JOHN & VERA:
1890 - Jessie Janet Wilson (+Alexander TELFER in 1924)
1892 - John Thomas Wilson
1894 - George Henry Wilson
1896 - Andrew William Wilson
1898 - Eileen Wilson (+Frank Ernest HARVEY in 1919)
1900 - James Leslie Wilson
1902 - Ethel May Wilson (aged 2 months)
1904 - Dorothy May Wilson (+Stanbury MILLER in 1930)
1907 - Robert Wilson
1910 - Ivy Wilson

WILSON George, 1910 aged ?
- buried Grave 28, Block H with Andrew & Annie
HEADSTONE of Grave 28 reads: : In loving memory of Andrew William Wilson, died 15th Sept. 1942, aged 71 years. Annie, wife of the above, died 22nd Sept. 1911, aged 34 years. George Wilson, died 1910.
The George Wilson who are recorded on BDM for 1910:
* George Edmund Wilson, 14 Jan 1910 aged 30
* George Arthur Martindale Wilson, 27 Jan 1910 aged 23
* George Charles Wilson, 22 April 1910 aged 2
- son of Alfred William WILSON & Lucy Mary CHAPMAN

WILSON George Robert 28 April 1912 aged 43
- buried Grave 27, Block H
born 1868 to John & Janet WILSON, brother of Andrew William above
Manawatu Standard, 29 April 1912 DANNEVIRKE, April 28 - George Robert Wilson, who had been missing from Kaitoke since Friday, was found on Saturday evening with his head blown off. At the inwuest this morning the medical evidence showed that deceased had suffered fron bad health, and a verdict of suicide while mentally depressed was returned

WINDLE Margaret (possibly nee BROWN), 30 March 1905 aged 38
- birth year of about 1867
- mother of Nicholas (below) ?
HISTORICAL Record only - BURIED at WAIPAWA cemetery

WINDLE Nicholas Thomas, 8 Oct 1902 aged 6 days
- buried Plot 9, Block E
- son of James WINDLE & Margaret BROWN
the known children of JAMES & MARGARET:
1895 - 1944 John Vincent Windle
- married Edith Julia CULLING (1896-1958) in 1926
1897 - 1938 James Henry Windle
- died aged 41
1898 - Henry Windle
- married Mary HOLLAND in 1912
1902 - Nicholas Thomas Windle
- died aged 6 days (above)

WIREMU Rawinia, 27 July 1900 aged 3
- buried Grave unknown

WOLLAND Phillis, 16 July 1901 aged 2 days
- buried Grave 56, Block A
- daughter of Henry Levy WOLLAND & Emily Selina GASCOIGNE of Knight street
- Emily Selina Gascoigne was born in Birmingham, Warwick. Her father Edward Gascoigne (sometimes written Gaskin) emigrated on the RAKAIA in August 1877, arriving into Lyttleton on 10th December.
He worked hard on constructing the main trunk railway until he had enough money to send for his wife Emily and their 4 children (Emily Selina, Ellen, William Edward and Alfred) who arrived on the 'CITY of AUCKLAND' in 1878. They settled in Feilding, left Palmerston North for Shannon in 1889, then to Apiti in 1896
- the known children of Henry Levy & Emily Selina were:
1899 - 1994 Kenneth Hilton Wolland
- he married Emily Doris Valerie HELM in 1920
- he married Hazel SMART in 1931
- Kenneth died aged 95
1901 - 1901 Phillis Wolland
- died aged 2 days
1904 - 2001 Winifred Vera Wolland
- married Edward TAYLOR

WOOD Edward, 31 July 1910 aged 88
- buried Plot 31, Block 1
- Edward was an Engineer, he lived in High St Dannevirke

WOOD William, 1 Feb 1909 aged 34
- buried Plot 43, Block K
- William was a Labourer
- he was in the Dannevirke Hospital

WOODCOCK Edward Thomas, 10 Dec 1898 aged 48
- buried unknown location

WRATT George, 27 May 1942 aged 92
- buried Grave 83, Block F
- birth year of about 1850
- George was a Sawmiller

WRATT Catherine Jane (nee MEDHURST), 7 Aug 1912 aged 71
- buried Plot 8, Block F with her son William
- was living in Cadman Rd, Dannevirke
- married George Wratt in 1872

WRATT (aka MEDHURST) William 'Willie', 7 Aug 1903 aged 27
- buried Plot 7, Block F with his mother
(on database under William Medhurst)
- born 1876 to George WRATT & Catherine Jane MEDHURST
West Australian Sunday Times, 15 April 1900
... Probably owing to the plague, a Pahiatua (N.Z.) resident named William Wratt notifies that he intends to change his name to William Medhurst. it is dangerous to bear such a name when a price per head is offered
Manawatu Standard, 8 August 1903
... Mr William Medhurst, who was in business in Pahiatua for some years as a saddler, died at Dannevirke yesterday from consumption
Auckland Star, 12 August 1903
... The death at Dannevirke of Mr William M. Wratt, of Pahiatua, is announced. The deceased, who was the son of Mr G. Wratt (Dannevirke), and leaves a widow (Amelia Christianna) and child (Irene Maren born 10 March 1903, died 23 Jan 1904 aged 10 months), was only 27 years of age, and held a saddlery business in Pahiatua till a few months ago. Then illness seized him, and he was taken to his father's house, where he died. He was an old Dannevirke boy, where he learnt his trade. He was given a military funeral in recognition of his services as a volunteer
... Our Dannevirke correspondent writes:- After a long and painful illness, Mr William Medhurst, son of Mr G, Wratt, a well-to-do local resident, passed away at his father's residence at the early age of 27. The deceased, who leaves a wife and child, until a few months ago carried on a saddlery business at Pahiatua. He was brought up in Dannevirke, where he learned his trade. As an athlete and a member of rifle corps and other societies he was well and popularly known during his residence in the town. Death came as a happy release. The late Mr Medhurst was accorded a military funeral, the mournful ceremony being largely attended. The Rev A. Grant conducted the burial service

WRIGHT Caroline, 17 June 1908 aged 65
- buried Grave 34, Block H
- wife of George
- lived in Waitahora, Dannevirke

WRIGHT David Overbeck/Oberbeck, 1 April 1902 aged 41
- buried Grave 19, Block D

WRIGHT Frederick William, 20 Dec 1907 aged 8 days
- buried Grave 19, Block E
- son of Frederick William WRIGHT & Dora Mary STEVENSON
children of FREDERICK & DORA (possibly more):
1907 - Frederick William Wright
1909 - Earl Stevenson Wright
1910 - Dora Mary Wright
1912 - Ella Lillian Stevenson Wright
1913 - Joan Stevenson Wright

WRIGHT Robert Edward, 31 Jan 1907 aged 55
- buried Grave 57, Block G

WYETH William Henry, 8 March 1910 aged 14 weeks
- buried Grave 14, Block I
- lived in McPhee St, Dannevirke

WYLIE Lady Leita Caroline, 12 Aug 1984 aged 76
- buried Grave 103, Block G
- was living in 53 Stanhill Dr, Chevron Island, Queensland, Australia
- her ashes are buried with Sir Campbell Wylie
He is not on the cemetery database although it says Lady Leita is buried with him ??

WYLIE Sir Campbell, 14 May 1904 aged 88
- buried Grave 102, Block G
- Former Commonwealth Judge, Sir William Campbell Wylie was born 14 May 1905 in Dannevirke, a son of William James WYLIE (below) and Edith Grace STOGG. He was educated at Auckland Grammar School and at Auckland University College. He qualified as a barrister at the Inner Temple and saw military service from 1941 to 1946. He held the position of Crown Counsel in Malaya in 1946 and in 1950 became Senior Federal Counsel. From 1951 to 1955 he was Attorney-General at Barbados, in 1955 in British Guiana and in 1956 in the West Indies. From 1959 to 1963 he was Federal Justice of the Supreme Court of the West Indies and was Chief Justice of Sarawak and Sabah. William Campbell Wylie was knighted in 1963 and died 1992...

WYLIE Mary Ann 1917, 10 May aged 75
- buried Plot 103, Block G
- birth year of about 1842, mother of William James (next)
- was living in Port Ahuriri, Napier

WYLIE William James, 21 April 1907 aged 37
- buried Grave 101, Block G
- William was from Napier & a Storekeeper in Dannevirke
- he married Edith Grace STOGG in 1903
their 2 known children:
1905 - William Campbell Wylie (became Sir Campbell Wylie, see above)
1907 - James William Wylie

WYSOCKI Edwin Joseph, 13 May 1907 aged 24 days
- a son of Theodore WYSOCKI (1862-1950) & Kate SHENNAN (1866-1924)
- Theodore & Kate were married on 21 Jan 1893 in Palmerston North
- Theodore was a Tailor. He commenced business in Dannevirke on the corner of Millers Rd & High St. He moved his business in 1893 to the building previously occupied by Mr Bates bookshop. He moved again to larger premises in 1901 next to Barraud & Abraham and opposite Neagles, High St Dannevirke
the children of THEODORE & KATE:
1893 - Robert Carlile Wysocki
1895 - 1967 Archibald Theodore Wysocki
- married Frances Mary Cecila LYNESS in 1922
1896 - 1990 Claude Shennan Wysocki
- married Mary Josephine ARTHUR in 1924
1899 - Leonard Wilford Wysocki
- married Veda Zarelle SMITH in 1919
1907 - Edwin Joseph Wysocki


... The A names ABBOTT to AYLWARD

... The B names BAER to BURTON

... The C names CALDER to CUNNINGHAM

... The D names DAILL to DUNSTALL

... The E names ECCLES to EVANSEN

... The F names FALCONER to FYFE

... The G names GAMMON to GUNTER

... The H names HAINES to HYNDES

... The I names ILLINGWORTH to IVERSEN

... The J names JACOBI to JONES

... The K names KENNY to KUITI

... The L names LAMBERT to LYNN

... The M names MABERLY to MURRAY

... The N names NASH to NUTTALL

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

... The P names PALENSKY to PRIOR

... The R names RANKIN to RYAN

... The S names SARGISSON to SYKES

... The T names TACON to TWEEDDALE

... The V name VICARY

... The W names WALKER to WYSOCKI

... The Y name YOUNGHUSBAND

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