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ASHBURTON cemetery - burials in unknown plots

Journal by ngairedith

ASHBURTON (Maori: Hakatere) is now a large town in the Canterbury Region, 88km south of Christchurch & 80km north of Timaru. It extends from the Pacific Ocean to the Southern Alps and from the Rangitata River to the Rakaia River, including the towns of Methven, Mount Somers, and Rakaia.
Ashburton was named by the surveyor Captain Joseph Thomas of the New Zealand Land Association, after Francis Baring, 3rd Baron Ashburton, who was a member of the Canterbury Association.

All the burials recorded in unknown plots in the Area:
Church of England, Free Ground, at Ashburton cemetery

The celebrants for many of the burials were:
* Rev E. A. Scott (1850-1931)
born in London, was formerly the Archdeacon of Christchurch

* Rev R. A. Woodthorpe
vicar of St. John's and chaplain to the Bishop of Christchuroh, appointed warden of the Selwyn College in Dunedin in 1905

* Rev John Robert Burgin (1869-1920)
arrived in Ashburton from Auckland, in Aug 1912 (photo)

The original list of names can be viewed here
* the 58 still born children, also in unknown plots, are not listed here
* some birth dates may be approximate, use as a guide only
* dates could be of death OR burial
* If you can help with more bios please leave a comment below

* William Henry ADAMS
12 Oct 1900 aged 69

* James ALLEN
? aged ? (child) - 1895??

* Benjamin AMNES (no such name)
15 Aug 1912 aged 80

* ? ANDERSON
17 May 1915 aged ? (child)

* John ARMSTRONG
31 Aug 1917 aged 87

* John William BAILEY
14 July 1909 aged ? (child)

* Walter BAKER
23 April 1892 aged 63

* Charles BAKER
1 Feb 1887 aged 28

* William BARRYWOOD (no such name)
23 Oct 1915 aged 72
William was a sailor

* George BATHURST (database has Bathwiot)
13 Aug 1904 aged 65
Press, 15 August 1904 BATHURST - On August 13th, at Tuarangi Old Men's Home, Ashburton, George bathurst (late of Okain's Bay), aged 65 years

* Frederick BAY
24 Dec 1932 aged 96
On the Marawiti Ballot in 1897 when he successfully rented 30 acres at 8s 6d per acre
In Aug 1910 he was in Rakaia when he secured Sections 626 & 627 for 10 years lease

* Frederick BELSEY
5 Jan 1893 aged 67

* Neils Bernhardt BENTSEN
27 Oct 1913 aged 63

* Philip Carteret BERTRAND (1824-1902)
13 June 1902 aged 78 (database has 73)

* William Edgar BILLENS
5 July 1906 aged 82 (database has 16th)
in 1873 William was a Carpenter at Burke's Pass
Press, 6 July 1906 BILLENS - On July 5th, at Tuarangi, Ashburton, William Edgar Billens, aged 82 years

* Alfred BILTON
25 May 1904 aged 63
Star, 26 May 1904 BILTON - May 25, at "Tuarangi" Old Men's Home, Ashburton, Alfred Bilton; aged sixty-three years

* John BIRD
? aged 75
In Rangitata in 1906

* William BISHOP
? aged 57 (BDM has aged about 64)
died in Ashburton hospital from the effects of an accident Oct 1891

* Charles Franz Oscae BJORK
26 April 1906 aged 71

* Ethel Maud BLACKBURN
9 May 1887 aged 3 months
6th of 6 children (4 daughters) of Thomas BLACKBURN & Lucy Ellen MARTIN

* William BOOTH
22 May 1895 aged 76

* James BORMAN (database has Bornan)
9 Dec 1886 aged 55

* Daniel BOUCHER
24 Dec 1907 aged 72

* James BRADY
30 March 1910 aged 67

* Vernon Cleveland BRADY (database has Vernon Kerdaud Brady)
29 Aug 1908 aged 14 days
son of James Cleveland BRADY & Ellen LEWIS

* Samuel Henry BREALEY
2 March 1914 aged 87
Ashburton Guardian, 12 May 1894 ASHBURTON - On the certificates of Drs Leahy and Hunter, Samuel Brealey of Tinwald, was committed to Sunnyside as being a lunatic under insufficient control

* Edward BROWN (1847-1917)
18 Aug 1917 aged 70

* Edward BROWN (1848-1909)
27 Sep 1909 aged 61

* Edward BROWN (1865-1930)
9 April 1930 aged 65

* Frederick BROWN (1845-1911)
19 Dec 1911 aged 66

* Peter BROWN (1823-1903)
30 June 1903 aged 80

* Richard BROWN (1834-1881)
31 Dec 1881 aged 47

* William BUCKINGHAM
? aged 84
possibly same entry as below

* William Thomas BUCKINGHAM
? aged 84
possibly same entry as above

* Margaret BULMER
30 Dec 1888 aged 19 months
(base born 31 May 1887, daughter of Emma Margaret Bulmer & granddaughter of Benjamin Bulmer (1838-1913) & Rose Ann Elizabeth Smith (1836-1909) from Womersley, Yorkshire, died Waikuku)

* Hans Peter BUNDESEN (database has Bundersen)
17 July 1917 aged 80
born 23 April 1836 in Lundtoft, Kliplev Parish, Lundtoft District, Aabenraa County, Denmark, 6th of 9 children of Peter Petersen BUNDESEN & Botilla Marie JESSEN. He emigrated from Hamburg on the 'Friedeberg' 18 May 1872 with his brother Peter & Peter's wife Christina. He married Mary MULLIN (1840-1909) in 1880. They were living in Timaru in 1882. Mary is buried in Linwood, Christchurch. He had been a patient in Christchurch hospital in Oct 1894. In 1911 he was an inmate of the Jubilee Home in Woolston. Hans died in the Tuarangi Old Men's Home in Ashburton

* Eveline Roberts BUNTING
19 April 1889 aged 7 months
daughter of Thomas BUNTING & Mary SMITH

* James BURGESS (1826-1898)
6 April 1898 aged 72

* James BURKE
6 Feb 1908 aged 72

* William BURTON (1826-1893)
28 March 1893 aged 57

* Richard BUTLER
23 March 1907 aged 66

* Alexander CAMPBELL (1822-1883)
10 Jan 1883 aged 60

* John CANNOP (1818-1891)
20 Feb 1891 aged 72
Press, 25 February 1891 An old man, named John Cannop, died suddenly in the Old Men's Home at Ashburton on the 20th inst. Cannop, who was seventy-two years of age, and had been an inmate of the Home for a considerable period, was sitting quietly having his tea, when he suddenly threw back his head and expired. The immediate cause of death was heart disease. He had no relatives in the Colony

* Thomas CARLIN (1827-1893)
13 June 1893 aged 66

* William Forbes CARPENTER (1832-1910)
15 Sep 1910 aged 78

* William CARR
10 July 1905 aged 79
Ashburton Guardian, 10 July 1905 The INQUEST was held at the Old Men's Home this morning before Mr Robert Alcorn, J.P., coroner, touching the death of William Carr, aged 79, an inmate of the Home, who died suddenly on Saturday afternoon... deceased was unmarried and has a brother at Greenpark...

* Frank CARSELL
? aged 60

* Annie CARTER
10 March 1913 aged aged 76

* Alexander CAULDWELL
29 April 1916 aged 71

* Joseph CHAMBERLAIN
8 April 1908 aged 72

* Edward Jonathan CHILDS (1838-1909)
17 Nov 1909 aged 71

* John CHISNELL (database has Chiznell)
3 May 1910 aged 75

* Charles CLARK
14 Dec 1909 aged 71

* Samuel CLARK
24 July 1917 aged 72

* James George COLLINS
21 Nov 1918 aged 30
during the Flu Pandemic

* Estelle Olive COMPTON
28 June 1883 aged 3
daughter of George COMPTON (1843-1882) & Annie PREBBLE (1850-1920), both died Christchurch

* George Slade COOK (1839-1913)
10 Nov 1913 aged 74

* Thomas COOPER (1837-1882)
15 Aug 1882 aged 45

* James COPE (1841-1908)
24 June 1908 aged 67

* William COTTRELL (database has Cotterell)
11 March 1888 aged 72

* Sarah Annie COWLING (nee Jones 1849-1883)
29 Aug 1883 aged 34
married William Cowling in Dunedin 13 June 1873 & had 3 children:
1876 - 1950 William Cowling
1877 - 1882 Alice Louisa Cowling (aged 4)
1883 - 1884 George Cowling (born 24 Aug 1883, died aged 6 months)

* John McDonald CRAIG
4 Oct 1940 aged 1 hour (database has 1 month)

* Henry CRASTER (1840-1916)
7 Dec 1916 aged 76

* Clarence CRAWFORD
2 Sep 1924 aged 1 hour (database has 5 months)

* Mary CRAWFORD
29 July 1925 aged 6 hours (database has 1 month)

* Ngarie CRAWFORD
11 Aug 1928 aged 6 hours (database has 1 month)

* James Wilson CRISPIN (1823-1898)
19 May 1898 aged 74

* William Charles CROSBY (1830-1883)
10 Feb 1883 aged 52

* Henry CULLEN
? aged 22

* John CURD (1873-1885)
18 Dec 1885 aged 12

* Winifred Lucy CURREY
28 May 1909 aged 3 days
daughter of Charles Edward CURREY (1880-1945) & Eva May BOOTH (1881-1958). Charles & Eva were from Bathurst, New South Wales, they married there in 1905 & died in Ashburton
Winifred's NZ siblings:
1905 - 1975 Elvie May Lismore Currey
1906 - 1996 Harold Booth Currey
1908 - 1987 Jack Morson Currey
1909 - 1909 Winifred Lucy Currey
1910 - 1982 Charles Bathurst Currey

* Henry CUTTS
8 April 1914 aged 70

* William DAVIS
9 Feb 1915 aged 63

* John Balsdon DAVIS
22 Dec 1905 aged 72

* Robert Francis DAW
1 Sep 1899 aged 69

* George DEANE
24 Sep 1915 aged 72

* William DEARE
1 April 1908 aged 75

* Frederic DESFOUNTAIN
8 July 1903 aged 44
Ashburton Guardian, 6 July 1903 A swagsman named Frederic Desfountain died at the County Hospital last evening. Deceased had been an inmate of the institution for about three weeks, and was 40 years of age

* John Sewell DONOVAN
27 April 1914 aged 63

* George DOUGLAS
16 June 1887 aged 68

* John DRINKWATER
20 Sep 1917 aged 72

* John DRIVER
16 April 1891 aged 54

* Thomas DUMFORD
16 March 1888 aged 75

* William Henry DUNNE
14 Dec 1914 aged 85

* Henry ECKHOFF
7 July 1900 aged 85

* Edward ELLERM
? aged 79

* Henry ELMS
18 Aug 1916 aged 79

* Richard EVANS
25 Dec 1912 aged 63

* Henry EVEREST
5 Dec 1913 aged 83

* Paul EWEN
9 Oct 1928 aged ? (child)

* William FALCON
? aged 62

* Matthew FAULKNOR
3 May 1904 aged 74

* Gwendoline Albina May FENTON
11 Feb 1886 aged 7 months
daughter of Charles FENTON (1844-1898) & Mary Ann YEOMAN (1861-1947)
NOTE
* Mary Ann Yeoman was 1 of at least 11 children of Benjamin YEOMAN (1835-1908) & Anne Bethia SHIVAS (1843-1932) from Scotland.
Benjamin died in Otago, Anne died in Ashburton.
* Mary Ann Yeoman married Francis Manson (1841-1884) in 1878 (no children found)
* Mary Ann (as Yeoman) married Charles Fenton (1844-1898) in 1882
- they had 4 children from 1883-1886
* Mary Ann (as Manson) married Jonas Oberg (1861-1923) in 1892
- had 7 children from 1892-1905
* Mary Ann Oberg died in Christchurch 12 July 1947

* Benjamin FIELDER
14 Jan 1895 aged 74

* Christian Nicholas Frederick FLERON (1842-1932)
23 March 1932 aged 89

* Gustavus FOX (1849-1903)
21 July 1903 aged 74
Star, 23 July 1903 FOX - July 21, at the Old Men's Home, Ashburton, Gustavus Fox; aged seventy-four years

* Alexander FRASER
2 Dec 1907 aged 67

* George FULLER
25 July 1904 aged 65

* Henry FURNEAUX (1843-1914)
28 March 1914 aged 70

* Frank FURNESS
20 June 1887 aged 43

* Albert GALE
16 Sep 1908 aged 6 days
base born son of Mary Gale (1888-1969) who married Albert Densfield Slade (1886-1959) in 1909 and had 4 children in Blenheim. Mary & Albert are buried at Omaka cemetery

* Samuel GERRARD (1830-1900)
25 Sep 1900 aged 70
Ashburton Guardian, 24 September 1900 A man named Samuel Gerrard, aged 70, was found dead in his bed in the Old Men's Home this morning. He had come from St Alban's three months ago. He leaves two daughters married and one son single. He was in his usual health yesterday, and did not complain of being unwell. He went to bed at his usual hour and his room mate did not hear him make any noise during the night, although two inmates say they heard him cough once or twice. There was no sign of any struggle

* James GILLESPIE
19 April 1898 aged 44

* Frederick GOOCH (database has Groch)
4 Nov 1892 aged 41

* William GOODHAND (1847-1912)
24 Nov 1912 aged 65

* Arthur GOUGH (1815-1883)
12 Jan 1883 aged 67

* John GOVER (1825-1889)
10 April 1889 aged 64

* Charles GRANT
12 July 1903 aged 57
Star, 14 July 1903 GRANT - On July 12th, at Tuarangi Old Men's Home, Ashburton, Charles Grant, aged fifty-seven years

* Henry Edward GREEN
5 Sep 1902 aged 70

* Edward GREEN
31 July 1912 aged 53

* Richardson GREEN (policeman)
6 Aug 1917 aged 70

* Thomas GREENLESS (1829-1895)
14 Sep 1895 aged 64
Had 1900 acres in Oamaru in 1868

* William GREGORY
20 June 1914 aged 91

* Robert GRESSON
28 May 1905 aged 67

* John GRICE
2 Oct 1911 aged 65

* Emmanuel GUSTAFSON (1844-1918) (database has Emanuel Gostafson
24 Aug 1918 aged 74
Press, 15 May 1918 FIRE - OLD AGE PENSIONERS INJURED
At 4.26 yesterday afternoon, a fire occurred in a five-roomed brick cottage, 20 Westwood terrace, off Salisbury street, occupied by four old age pensioners named Robert Kingan (aged 84), James Renshaw (78), Frank Smith (65) and Emmanuel Gustafson (74). The outbreak was due to the upsetting of a kerosene stove, on which the evening meal was being cooked, and in a few moments the building, an old one, was a mass of flames. Kingan was rather severely singed about the face in making his escape, but Renshaw was more unfortunate, his retreat being cut off, and only the timely arrival of the Fire Brigade averted a tragedy

* Michael HAINES (1824-1883)
28 Dec 1883 aged 59

* Frank HANCOCK
14 April 1915 aged 63

* Thomas William HARELL
10 Sep 1908 aged 80

* Robert John HARPER (1832-1904)
15 April 1904 aged 71
Press, 18 April 1904 There died at the Tuarangi Home, Ashburton, on April 15th, Sergeant-Major Robert Harper, of the Royal Artillery, and one of the few remaining Crimean heroes. He was a native of Oxford, England, and joined the Welsh Fusiliers in November 1851, but the following year was transferred to the Royal Artillery and saw much active service during the Crimean war. Some little time ago he was chosen for one of the inmates of the Veterans' Home but declined to go owing to his failing health. He died a peaceful death at the age of 71 years and the commanders of the two Ashburton Infantry Corps arranged to give him a military funeral yesterday
NOTE
POSSIBLY related to, or even 1 of the 15 children of, Bishop Henry John Chitty Harper (1804-1893). A son, Charles John Harper, (1838-1829 possible brother of Robert) was Chairman of the Ashburton County Council & unsuccessfully stood for election to the House of Representatives in the Ashburton electorate in 1899. A daughter, Emily Weddell Harper, married the politician John Acland. Two of his other daughters married Charles Blakiston, son of Sir Matthew Blakiston, 1st Baronet and Charles George Tripp. A son, Leonard Harper, became a member of parliament, and Arthur Paul Harper was his grandson.

* Alexander HARRISON (1822-1903)
29 Jan 1903 aged 80

* John HARRISON (1821-1907)
1 June 1907 aged 86

* John HATCHETT
20 Nov 1918 aged 86

* William HERRING
1 Oct 1892 aged 60
Star, 3 October 1892 A man named William Herring, a cripple, who was arrested on Friday on a charge of drunkenness, died in his cell on Saturday morning

* Thomas HILL
10 Sep 1917 aged 82

* William HILL
13 Nov 1907 aged 70

* James HODGKINS (seaman)
20 July 1917 aged 80

* John HODGKINSON
25 Feb 1899 aged 75

* John HOPKINS
? aged 75

* Arthur HOPWOOD (died in Tinwald)
2 July 1883 aged 23 days (database has aged 23 years)
only New Zealand born child (10 siblings born in England) of Joseph HOPWOOD (1832-1893 from Broseley, Shropshire) & Sarah Ann MEREDITH (1839-1888 from Wolverhampton). Joseph & Sarah are buried Plot 10 & 11 Ashburton

* Samuel HORE
16 Oct 1907 aged 55

* Annie HUGHES
28 Aug 1883 aged 8 months
1 of 5 daughters of Thomas & Alice HUGHES

* Alfred HUMPHRIES
7 Sep 1898 aged 43

* Daniel HUNT
14 Dec 1918 aged 4 weeks

* Thomas HUNT
9 Sep 1883 aged 73

* James HUNTER
10 June 1908 aged 64

* Samuel HURLEY
11 Dec 1914 aged 58

* James HUSTON
? aged 29

* John HYATT
31 Aug 1883 aged 55 (database has 35)

* Thomas JACKSON
? aged 68 (possibly 1892)

* Charles JOHNS
27 Jan 1917 aged 82

* John JOHNS
24 Dec 1884 aged 65

* Richard JOHNS
3 Feb 1885 aged 61

* Peter JOHNSON
20 April 1907 aged 76

* John JOHNSTON
7 April 1914 aged 65

* William JOHNSTONE
23 March 1910 aged 72

* David JONES
20 Sep 1907 aged 79

* Ellis JONES
11 Oct 1910 aged 75

* George Canning JONES
3 Feb 1902 aged 73

* Thomas JONES
19 July 1906 aged 77

* Thomas JOYCE
12 March 1912 aged 70

* James KEDGE
13 Jan 1906 aged 57

* William James KEELEY
4 Aug 1914 aged 37

*John KEEN
19 May 1890 aged 44

* William Henry Smith KEMBLE (database has Kimble)
25 July 1895 aged 19
parents were William John KEMBLE (1850-1905) & Martha SECORD (nee Dunford 1841-1883) who married in 1874 & had 4 children.
Martha first married in Christchurch in 1859 to Guy Stephen Secord (1833-1868 from Ontario) & had 6 children
paternal grandparents were William Henry KEMBLE & Mary SMITH of Middlesex
maternal grandparents were William DUNFORD & Elizabeth SMITH of Wiltshire

* Alexander KILLETT
10 May 1915 aged 73

* Joseph KING
13 Feb 1901 aged 61

* Marjorie KING
22 Dec 1921 aged 1 hour (database has 1 month)

* Kathleen KIRK
10 May 1940 aged 6 hours (database has 1 month)

* Thomas KITCHING
26 Jan 1906 aged 62

* Sarah Ann KITE
13 May 1882 aged 27

* James LAHEE
13 July 1909 aged 57 (BDM has 51)
in Leeston in 1873, in the Tuarangi Home, Ashburton 1909

* Thomas LAMBERT
20 Sep 1910 aged 91

* Benjamin LANCASTER
27 Dec 1902 aged 50

* George LANE
13 Sep 1916 aged 87

* John LAURENCE
25 Sep 1916 aged 81

* Edward LAVILLE
14 Aug 1913 aged 76

* Le CRUR (no such spelling)
5 June 1907 aged ? (child)

* Richardson Le PELLEY
14 March 1899 aged 74

* John Henry LEAK
17 May 1906 aged 90

* William LEES
25 Aug 1910 aged 78

* James LEWIS
16 Feb 1894 aged 75

* Joseph LLOYD
4 Aug 1885 aged 76

* Henry LONG
26 Nov 1905 aged 83

* Henry LOWE
27 April 1884 aged 54

* Thomas LUEEN (no such name)
30 April 1904 aged 65

* Jane LUNT
? aged 52

* William LUTTON
14 Aug 1901 aged 58

* Maria MAGNE
? aged 73

* Joseph MARRIOTT
15 Aug 1913 aged 77

* William John McDONALD
21 Jan 1918 aged 34

* James McLEOD
17 Oct 1905 aged ?

* Charles McMULLAN
4 June 1904 aged 68

* Robert George McQUAIDE
3 May 1915 aged 63

* William Shaw MEACHAM
9 Dec 1901 aged 63

* Ann Elizabeth MILES
1 May 1934 aged 5 hours

* Edward MILLAN
29 Sep 1909 aged 87

* Henry MILLER
3 Feb 1894 aged 67

* Edward MILLICHAMP
13 May 1911 aged 3 hours

* Isaac MITCHELL
15 Aug 1895 aged 77

* Edith MOORE (1853-1900)
16 Oct 1900 aged 47
(database has this entry twice, once as Edith Moore & the other as Judith Moore. BDM also has Edith but her inquest records her as Ada)
Ashburton Guardian, 16 October 1900 AN INQUEST was held yesterday afternoon before R. Alcorn, Esq., coroner, as to the cause of death of Ada Moore, aged 47, who died in the Ashburton Hospital on Sunday afternoon...
of interest Ada died of a diseased liver, called a 'gin liver' and the heart was 'weak & flabby'. It was recorded that alcohol was the only thing she cared for. The nurse at the hospital stated that when brought in Ada was in a very dirty state, in a semi-conscious condition and clawing at her throat a good deal. She put her to bed and gave her some whisky and soda! She did not recover but died ten minutes later!!!
The Mayor steps in
NOTE Ada was married to William Bury Moore
their known children were:
1877 - 1951 Augusta Ann Chandler Moore (+ John Davidson 1903)
1881 - 1957 Ada Emily Moore (+ James Maher 1904)
*1882 - 1882 Edward Lampriere Moore (aged 9 weeks)
*1882 - 1883 Charles Francis Moore (aged 10 weeks)
*1882 - 1882 William Bury Moore (aged 60 days)
1885 - Nellie Evelyn Moore
1889 - Ella 'Maggie' Moore
*Edward, Charles & William are buried Plot 36, Area 28 at Ashburton

* James George MOORE
4 Nov 1921 aged 66

* Jeremiah MOORHOUSE (database has Jerimiah Moorehouse)
26 Nov 1918 aged 82

* Joseph MORRELL (database has Moreell)
21 Sep 1903 aged 71
Ashburton Guardian, 22 September 1903 An old man named Joseph Morrell, aged 71, died at the Tuarangi Home last evening. Deceased has been an inmate of the Home for the past two years, and came from Christchurch. The cause of death was jaundice.

* Charles MORGAN (1841-1904)
6 Dec 1904 aged 63

* Francis MOULE (1840-1922)
22 May 1922 aged 81

* Thomas Graham MULCASTER (database has Muleaster)
4 March 1902 aged 64

* James MULLEN
31 Oct 1893 aged 80

* Joseph MULLIGAN
10 May 1883 aged 46
Star, 14 May 1883 An INQUEST was held on Saturday at the Ashburton Hospital on the body of Joseph Mulligan, a man who was found dead in his bed at the Chertsey Hotel on Thursday morning last...
NOTE seems everyone was drunk for a few days including the doctor who was in a 'beastly state of intoxication' and shouldn't have given the death certificate & the barman was described as a 'habitual drunkard who had been sent to gaol for medical treatment and was generally a worthless character'!)

* James MUMMERY (in Christchurch at least 1862)
? aged 67

* Donald MUNDAY (1836-1910)
12 March 1910 aged 74
Star, 24 January 1908 Hannah Farrell and Ellen Riley were charged with having stolen L2 6s in money and a flask of whisky, the property of Donald Munday, at Sumner, on January 22. It appeared that Munday, who is an inmate of the Ashburton Old Men's Home, was having a holiday at Sumner, and was sleeping off the effects of drink on the Lyttelton Road. The accused saw him and as he was an old decrepit man, they relieved him of his possessions. Both pleaded "Not guilty" but Constable Hampton gave evidence that he found Munday on the road, and heard his story, and that Munday afterwards identified accused.

* John NELSON
15 Jan 1895 aged 72

* Assan NEUDIN
1 Sep 1917 aged 75

* Henry NEVELS
15 Feb 1901 aged 77

* James NEWILL
23 Feb 1900 aged 34

* George NORTHCOTE (1877-1900)
18 Aug 1900 aged 23

* John NORTON (1804-1891)
27 June 1891 aged 87

* Michael O'CONNER (database has Michale)
18 Dec 1888 aged 54

* Ernest O'CONNOR
14 June 1923 aged 39 hours

* Robert Markall OLDMAN (database has Rover)
14 July 1884 aged 65
arrived March 1858 on the 'Marchioness' with wife Agnes Ruffin & 2 children (born in Geelong)

* Frederick OLDMAN
21 May 1891 aged 36 (database has 26)

* Robert OWENS (1833-1913)
2 Oct 1913 aged 80

* Thomas PALFREY (1837-1915)
2 March 1915 aged 77
emigrated into Lyttelton 7 May 1865 on the Greyhound. He was from Salop (aka Shropshire)

* Benjamin PARKIN
24 Dec 1904 aged 85

* Elsie PAROELL (no such name)
27 Feb 1922 aged ? (child)

* Edward PAULHILL (1824-1910)
26 July 1910 aged 86
(from Tovil, Maidstone, arrived Wellington with wife (Sarah Brooks 1823-1894) & daughter Lucy on "Waipa" 2 April 1876. Sarah buried Karori. Edward was in Tuarangi Home, Ashburton)

* William PEARCE
12 April 1914 aged 73

* Nils PERSON (database has Niles Perrson)
21 May 1912 aged 65

* Henry PETTIGREW
13 Sep 1900 aged 67

* Allan Hugh PLUNKET
21 July 1929 aged 3 days (database has Flunkett)

* Henry POPE
7 Oct 1902 aged 64

* Thomas PRESTON
? aged 67

*Samuel PRING
17 Dec 1895 aged 78
(bootmaker. In Christchurch at least 1859, lived Cashel St in 1868)

* John RADDINGS
31 Aug 1901 aged 71
(from Midsummer, Yorkshire. In Waimea East, Nelson in 1855, temperance lecturer in Christchurch, published a pamphlet 'Hymns To Jesus' in 1878)

* George RANSON
27 Nov 1911 aged 78

* John RAY
30 Dec 1908 aged 81

* Richard REID
27 Sep 1913 aged 68

* George RICHARDS
29 Dec 1904 aged 60

* John RICHARDSON
4 March 1908 aged 83

* Robert RICHARDSON
31 March 1917 aged 79

* George RICHES
15 Oct 1889 aged 60

* Isabella Florence RICHMOND
25 Nov 1883 aged 4 momths

* William RICHMOND
2 May 1915 aged 89

* John RIGG
5 Feb 1909 aged 79

* George RIGGS
19 July 1915 aged 90

* Albert RINGLING (1826-1901)
3 May 1901 aged 75
only entry on BDM is the death of Albert. No births or marriages. Possible he was related to the Ringling Bros

* John ROBBINS
29 June 1911 aged 58

* Charles ROBINSON
30 July 1910 aged 53

* Donald ROBINSON
17 May 1893 aged 75

* George ROBINSON
? aged 49

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