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"A" names - OLD GORGE Cemetery, Woodville

Journal by ngairedith

the 'Residents' of
OLD GORGE CEMETERY
, Woodville, New Zealand

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W

A
A'COURT
- Judith Rosemary 1949-2002
* Judith was the wife of Albert Maurice Charles A'Court (1930-2012). She died aged 51 in the Arohanui Hospice in Palmerston North, cremated at Kelvin Grove on 26 Aug 2002 and her ashes were buried here with her mother-in-law in November. Albert was cremated at Kelvin Grove
- Marjorie Pauline (nee Proctor) 1907-1939
* Marjorie married Maurice Charles A'Court (1901-1973) in 1927. Maurice is at Kelvin Grove

ADAMS
- Caroline 1870-1949

AIM
- Sarah (nee Todd) 1873-1935
- Stewart 1871-1935

AITCHISON
- David 1870-1942
- Sarah (nee McNeill) 1884-1951

ALDERMAN
- Frederick (1890-1891
His parents were William Alderman & Sarah Jane West

ALLAN
- Elizabeth Emma (nee Barkwith) 1875-1953

ALLEN
- Charles William 1875-1922

ALLOTT
- Agnes Jane (nee Dowdle, formerly Dowdle) 1904-1965
* married James Cook Allott in 1928
- James Cook 1903-1948
- Colin 1947-1947
HEADSTONE READS
AGNES JANE COVENTRY ALLOTT
18-11-1904 ~ 1-12-1965
Loved wife of James
Loved mother of
Daphne, Bill, Ray, Ivan, Marion and Colin
* James was a son of Jabez William Allott (1876-1948) & Agnes McDonald Cook (1873-1967), married in 1900
their known children:
1901-1975 Jabez Miller Allot
- married Daisy Bell Brooks 1927
1903-1948 James Cook Allot
- married Agnes Jane Coventry Dowdle 1928
1909 - 1997 Hazel Margaret Allott
- married Samuel George Bates 1932

ALPHORS
- Augustav Adolph 1848-1898
* Augustav was born in Sweden to Carl William Alphors & Agnes Margaretha Kullberg. He married Honorah 'Norah' Mahoney of County Kerry in West Taieri, Dunedin on 25 Nov 1880 (His name was written Gustav Adolf Alphors)
Their known children (born Otago):
1881 - 1962 Thomas Alphors
1884 - 1960 Nora Maria Alphors
1885 - 1979 Nellie Theresa Alphors
1887 - 1947 Victor Alexander Alphors
1890 - 1891 Mary Petersey (Pieterse?) Alphors
1893 - 1972 Susanna Alphors
The children, Nora, Nelly?, Victor & Suzanna Alphors attended Woodville School in the late 1890s.
They also lived in Pahiatua
In December 1898, 10 months after the death of her husband, Norah was arraigned at the Woodville Police Court on a charge of lunacy and on the evidence of Drs Milne and Dawson, was committed to the Wellington Asylum
Augustav was 50. His details were provided by his son Thomas Alphors on 28-2-1898. His wife 'Norah' is buried at Karori with two of her spinster daughters, Nora & Suzanna Alphors

AMBROSE
- Elizabeth (nee Murray) 1845-1927
- Thomas 1837-1913

ANCELL
- William Henry 1890-1890

ANDERSON
- James Robertson 1897-1903
A son of James Robson Anderson (1870-1941) & Margaret 'Maggie' Robertson (1866-1927)

ANDREW
- Annie 1872-1943
- James 1860-1933

ANSLOW
- Alice (nee Tredinnick 1887-1961), buried with husband Percy (they married in 1912) & the ashes of Noeline Zelia Anslow
- Noeline Zelia 1914-2000
- Percy Excelior 1890-1978

ANSTIS
- Eliza Susannah 1853-1930
- William Davis 1853-1925

ANTILL
- Henry William 1855-1918

APLIN
- Mabel Jane (nee Burnett) 1880-1932

ARCHER
- William 1877-1909

ARMISTEAD
- Frederick Cyril 1868-1925
- Philip Stewart 1943-1979

ARMITAGE
- Harold 1885-1886*
- Henry 1881-1883
- Lily May 1885-1886*
Harold & Lily were twins, children of William & Margaret Janet Armitage. Two year old Henry is buried with them

ARMSTRONG
- William Irving 1887-1939

ASKEW
- Thomas 1841-1891
Wanganui Chronicle, 3 Oct 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 Davenport revealed the fact that death resulted from cancer. He has four sons occupying responsible positions at Lyttelton

AUGUST
- Beryl Olive 1931-2001

AUNGER
- Richard 1841-1908
* his wife Janet/Jenny Aunger 1847–1920 is buried in Mangatera

AYRTON
- Catherine 1852-1919
Woodville Examiner, 15 Dec 1919
AYRTON - At the residence of Mr and Mrs W. Pritchard, McLean street, Woodville, on December 12 1919, Catherine Ayrton, daughter of the late Thomas and Annie Ayrton; aged 67 years.

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