DEATHS.

       FROM THE N.Z. HERALD
          AND OTHER PAPERS
   

Epitaphs:

Haleigh Church, Suffolk
To free me from domestic strife
Death called at my house but he spoke to my wife.
Susan, wife of David Pattison, lies here, October 19th, 1706
Stop, reader, and if not in a hurry, shed a tear.

1845

BEATTY At Waikato on 11th July 1845, from wounds received at the assault on 
the pah of Heke,  the rebel chief, Edward Beatty Esq, Lieut., HM’s 99th Regt, second 
son of D Beatty Esq of Heathfield, Co.Wexford, Ireland. This gallant young officer 
was highly esteemed and is most deeply regretted 
by his brother officers.

BROWN At Tauranga, on Sunday 14th September 1845 in the fourteenth year of 
his age, Alfred Marsh, only son of the Ven Archdeacon BROWN [NZ’er 4 Oct 1845]

CLARKE At Kaitaia on 27 Nov 1845, aged 28 yrs, Jane, eldest daughter of Mr James Brown, 
Princes Street, Edinburgh, w/o Mr K S Clarke of Glendhure, Sutherlandshire, North Britain.

CLEGHORN On 24th June 1845, Janet, wife of Mr Thomas Cleghorn of the Tamaki, a truly
 excellent lady of most unaffected exemplary piety. [NZ’er 28 June 1845]

DUDLEY On 20th Nov 1845, at the residence of the Bishop of New Zealand, Elizabeth, wife 
of the Rev William Charles Dudley. [NZ’er 27 Nov 1845]

MITFORD On 16 ?Aug 1845, at Clontarf, Dublin, Bertram Mitford Esq LLD [NZ’er 30 
Aug 1845]

MORRIS On Friday 19 November 1845, Joseph Morris, Surgeon, late of the firm of Conway 
& Morris, aged 35 years. [NZ’er 27 Nov 1845]

SKEVINGTON On Sunday evening, 22 Nov 1845, the Rev John Skevington, Wesleyan 
Minister. [Arr. NZ 1841 - NZ’er 27 Nov 1845]

WHITE On Tuesday, 14th October 1845, at her son in law’s house, Mr Commissary Spain,
 at the Tamaki, North Auckland, New Zealand, Dame Anne White, relict of Sir Henry White, 
formerly of Portsmouth, Hampshire, Knight. [NZ’er 18 Oct 1845]  Lady White, at an advanced 
period of her life, accompanied Mr Spain and his family in the Prince Rupert on their voyage 
to NZ which vessel was wrecked at the Cape of Good Hope, when this lady showed the greatest 
coolness and resignation amidst the most appalling dangers. During her residence in NZ she 
was always first to combat and smile at the many inconveniences that must, of necessity, 
consistently occur in all new countries. She passed almost imperceptibly from life to death 
at the advanced age of 78 years. The whole state of her well spent life was to
 assist and do good unto her fellow creatures.

1846

APPLEYARD On Sunday 12th July 1846 at his residence, Auckland, Henry William Appleyard 
Esq, youngest son of the late Richard Langley Appleyard of Lincoln’s Inn and Montague Street, 
Russell Square, London. [NZ’er 18 July 1846]

BOURNE On the 8th September 1846 at the residence of his relative, Mr Conry, Solicitor, Master 
William Bourne, aged 14 years, only son of Mr William Bourne, Engineer, formerly of Sydney. 
[NZ’er 12 Sept 1846]

CRETNAY Yesterday morning, Friday 20 February 1846, at her residence, Queen Street, after 
a lingering illness, Margaret the beloved wife of Mr H R Cretnay, aged 30 years. [NZ’er 21 Feb 1846]

FALWASSER On Saturday 24th January 1846, Mr Henry Falwasser, late Editor of the 
‘Auckland Times’ [NZ’er 31 Jan 1846]

HALLAMORE On Sunday 22 February 1846, Samuel Williams, only son of Mr T C 
Hallamore, aged 5 months. [NZ’er 7 March 1846]

LANE On his passage from Australia to England on the 18th July 1846, Lt Dennys Lane of 
HM Ship North Star, aged 31 years. [NZ'er 17 April 1847]

WILSON On 4th March 1846 at Vavau in the Friendly Islands, after an illness of several 
months, Rev Francis Wilson, Wesleyan Missionary. [NZ’er 13 June 1846]

WOON At Official Bay, John Fletcher, infant son of Rev W Woon, Wesleyan Minister, aged 
4 weeks 6 days. [NZ’er 28 March 1846]

1847

BLACKETT On the 23rd August 1847, at St George’s Bay, Auckland, Maria, wife of John 
Blackett Esq, in the 33rd year of her age. [NZ'er 25 Aug 1847]

BUSBY At Bay of Islands, on the 16th February 1847, Agnes, youngest child of James & 
Agnes Busby, aged 4 years. [NZ'er 27 Feb 1847]

CHURCHILL At Kaitotehe on Monday 11 October 1847, of disease of the heart, Benjamin, 
only son of Mr B Ashwell, Church Missionary, aged 9 years. [NZ'er 6 Nov 1837]

GOODMAN NOPS On their passage to England in the Driver, steamer, J G Nops Esq, late 
master of HMS Racecourse, on 11th February 1847, also Mr Goodman, Carpenter of the said
 ship, on 5th March 1847.

LANGFORD On Monday 8th February 1847 at Albert Cottage, Louisa, daughter of Mr J 
A Langford, aged 4 months. [NZ'er 30 Jan 1847]

MILLER Mr Frederick Miller, late of Wakatumutumu, Catechist in connection with the 
Wesleyan Mission, who departed this life on 8th December 1847 aged 29 years. He died 
happily, experiencing the allusions of that faith which when living he diligently endeavoured
 to promote, leaving a wife and four children to deplore their loss. [NZ'er 22 Jan 1848]

MORGAN On Monday evening, 21st June 1847, at Kaitotehe, Waikato River, Alfred Henry, 
infant son of Mr J Morgan, Otawhao, aged 2 months. [NZ'er 26 June 1847]

NOPS On their passage to England in the Driver, steamer, J G Nops Esq, late master of 
HMS Racecourse, on 11th February 1847, also Mr GOODMAN, Carpenter of the said ship, 
on 5th March 1847.

PILKINGTON On Friday, the 10th September 1847, Mr Pilkington, late Barrack Sergeant 
at Auckland. His remains were interred with military honours on Sunday last. [NZ'er 15 Sept 
1947]

RUSSELL On Thursday 4 November 1847 at Auckland, Mary, wife of Thomas F Russel, 
builder, after a lingering illness, aged 36 years. [NZ'er 63rd Regt Nov 1847]

SPICER On the 10th September 1847, at General Hospital, Sydney, after a long and painful
 illness which he bore with Christian fortitude, Mr Thomas Spicer, late of New Zealand. 
[NZ'er 9 Oct 1847]

STARRAT On Thursday morning 25th March 1847, at the Royal Hotel, Asst Surgeon Starrat, 
HM Steamship Inflexible. [NZ'er 27 Mar 1847]

WALKER At Albert-street, Auckland, on 25th August 1847, Jane Wilson, aged 27 years, 
wife of John Walker Esq, and fifth daughter of William Wilson Esq, of Campbellfield, 
Lanarkshire and Woodlands, Argyle, Scotland. [NZ'er 28 Aug 1847]

1848

ASHER On Wednesday 21 June 1848, at his parents residence, Shortland-street, Benjamin, 
only child of Asher and Hannah ASHER, aged 15 months.

COLMAN At sea aboard the ‘St George’, 26th May 1848, William Avery Colman Esq, late 
of Sydney, aged 35 yrs. [NZ'er 1 Nov 1848]

DUNBRICK On 17 June 1848, at Mokau, Archibald William Dunbrick, in his 29th year. 
[NZ'er 19 July 1848]

FORD On Wednesday 4 October 1848, at 8 o’clock a.m., in Queen Street, of scarlet fever, 
Ellen Charlotte, eldest daughter of Samuel & Martha Ford, aged 4 years. [NZ'er 7 Oct 1848]

FORD On Saturday 7 October 1848, at 5 o’clock p.m., of croup combined with scarlet fever, 
Alfred Randall, youngest son of Samuel & Martha Ford, aged 2 years. ‘Of such is the Kingdom 
of Heaven’. [NZ'er 11 Oct 1848]

FORD At his father’s residence, Queen-street, on the night of Thursday 12th October 1848, 
of scarlet fever, John Wilcox Ford, aged 12 years, eldest son of Dr S H & Martha Ford. [NZ'er 
14 Oct 1848]

FORD At the Tamaki, on Wednesday 1st November 1848, at 1 a.m., Samuel Ford, fourth 
son of Dr & Mrs Ford, aged 63rd Regt years. [NZ'er 4 Nov 1848]

GORRIE On Thursday 21st September 1848, of water in the chest, Margaret Johnston,
 fourth daughter of William Gorrie, Shortland-street, aged 6 years. [NZ'er 23 Sept 1848]

GRAY On Tuesday morning 26th November 1848, Mary Anne Gray, aged 12 years, youngest 
daughter of the late Mr W Gray, Armagh, Ireland, and step-daughter of Mr Thos. Clark, 
Chancery-street. [NZ'er 29 Nov 1848]

HAY On Monday 18th September 1848, after a short but painful illness, in the 30th year of 
his age, Lt A M’Leod Hay, 58th Regt, eldest son of the late Col Hay of Westerton, Morayshire. 
This officer served with his Regiment during the operations in the north and south of New 
Zealand and died universally lamented by his brother officers. [NZ'er 20 Sep 1848]

HUNT At Vewa, Feejee, on 4th October 1848, the lady of John Hunt, Wesleyan Missionary, 
Feejee District, aged 36 yrs. [NZ'er 7 Feb 1849]

JACKSON On Friday morning, 28th July 1848, at his residence, Auckland, John Jackson 
Esq, MD, Col.Surgeon and Coroner of this District, aged 54 years. Much lamented by the 
inhabitants. [NZ'er 29 July 1848]

KENNY On Friday 22nd September 1848, at St George’s Bay, Catherine Frances, infant 
daughter of Capt Kenny, Staff Officer of the Pensioners, aged two months. [NZ'er 27 Sept 
1848]

LANGFORD On Monday 19th June 1848, Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of J A Langford, aged 
8 yrs. [NZ'er 21 June 1848]

LANGFORD On Sunday 16th July 1848, Harriet, daughter of Mr J A Langford, aged 5 years. 
[NZ'er 19 July 1848

LANGFORD On 19th July 1848, Edward Richard, son of J A Langford, aged 3 years. 
[NZ'er 22 July 1848]

LILLEWALL On Sunday 3 September 1848, John Walter, infant son of Capt Lillewall, 
aged 9 months. [NZ'er 9 Sept 1848]

MARTIN On 10th September 1848 at Berbice, British Guiana, of which province he was 
a Stipendiary Magistrate, S M D Martin Esq, formerly a member of the Legislative Council 
to New Zealand. [NZ'er 21 April 1849]

MEARS On the 8th June 1848, the infant son of Mr A Mears, Shortland-street. [NZ'er 14 
June 1848]

REAY At Waiapu, East Cape, Friday 31st March 1848, the Rev Charles L Reay, MA [NZ'er 
19 April 1848]

WHYTLAW At Penang in February 1848, John Whytlaw Esq, formerly of this Colony. [NZ'er 
11 Oct 1848]

YOUNG On Monday 20th March 1848, Frederick Winter, youngest son of William Young Esq 
of HM Customs, aged 3yrs 7mths.

1849

ARNEY At sea, on 11th March 1849, on board the ship Kelso, Cecil Augusta, only child of 
Major C A Arney, 58th Regt. [NZ'er 27 Oct 1849]

ATKINS At his residence, Parnell near Auckland, on Wednesday 25th April 1849, after ten 
days suffering from acute dysentery, Thoms Ringrose Atkyns Esq., JP, Inspector of Armed 
Police, in the 39th year of his age. Capt Atkyns was married to Susanna Augusta, third 
daughter of the late Col. Green of Kilmainham Castle in the County of Tipperary and has 
left his widow with four young children to lament their loss. [NZ'er 28 April 1849]

BUCKMAN On Wednesday 26th December 1849, after a long and painful illness, Joanna, 
wife of Mr Thomas Woodward Buckman, of Wyndham-street. [NZ'er 29 Dec 1849]

EDGELEY On Saturday 9th June 1849, after a short illness, Mr John Edgeley of the Epsom-
road, aged 35 yrs. [NZ'er 13 June 1849]

GILCHRIST At Sydney on Thursday evening 1st November 1849, Mary Gilchrist, the 
beloved wife of Capt Jasper Creagh, late 86th Regt and daughter of Samuel Auchinleck 
Esq of Antigua, West Indies. [NZ'er 1 Dec 1849]

LIGAR On Saturday 21st April 1849, Mary Charlotte, second daughter of C W Ligar Esq., 
Surveyor-General, aged 5 yrs. [NZ'er 25 April 1849]

LIGAR On Tuesday evening, 24th April 1849, Charles Edward, eldest son of C W Ligar Esq.,
 Surveyor-General, aged 11 yrs. [NZ'er 28 April 1849]

MAUNSELL On 27th February 1849 at Waikato Heads, the son of the Rev R Maunsell, 
aged 1 year. [NZ'er 7 March 1849]

M’DONALD On 22nd July 1949 at his residence in Fore-street, Mr William M’Donald

PANTON On Wednesday evening 13th December 1849, after a long and painful illness, 
Agnes Hoyes, aged 15 months, second daughter of Rev Geo. Panton, Free Presbyterian 
Church, Auckland. [NZ'er 16 Feb 1850]

PREECE Suddenly, at the Mission Station, Ahikereru, 27th August 1849, Charles Thomas, 
sixth son of Mr J Preece, aged 1 yr 10 mths. [NZ'er 27 Oct 1849]

SCOTT On 4th January 1849, Mr Archibald Scott, aged 32 yrs. [NZ'er 10 Jan 1849]

SHARP At his residence in Mechanics Bay, on 2nd February 1849, Mr Archibald Sharp, 
ship-builder, aged 48 yrs. [NZ'er 3 Feb 1849]

TURTON On 21st October 1849 at the Mission House, New Plymouth, Susanna, the wife 
of the Rev M Manson Turton, leaving four sons with their bereaved father to lament her 
loss. Pious and useful in life, she was peaceful and happy in death, leaving the fairest 
assurance behind that she is now triumphant in glory. [We understand that a sermon to 
improve this dispensation of Providence will be preached in the Wesleyan Chapel in this 
town on Sunday evening next by the Rev Thomas Buddle. - Ed.] [NZ'er 7 Nov 1849]

WALLACE At the Tamaki, on 16th May 1849, Robert, fourth son of Mr Archd. Wallace, 
Blacksmith of the same place. [NZ'er 19 May 1849]

1850

O’CONNELL At Wellington on 18th August 1850, after a short illness, in his 56th year, Capt 
Richard O’Connell, HM 65th Regt of Foot. Native of Ennis, Ireland. Served in the 42nd Regt 
during the Peninsular War and was severely wounded at the taking of Badajoz. He arrived in 
New Zealand 1846 and took part in the operations against Rangihaeta in the Horowiki Valley. 
He was buried with Military Honours, Col Gold officiating. [NZ'er 21 Sept 1850]

ADAMSON At the Tamaki, on 29th March 1850, Mrs Adamson, the wife of Mr Adamson, within 
ten minutes of her 45th year. [NZ'er 30 March 1850

BRIDGES At the Parsonage, Onehunga, on Wednesday 18th September 1850, Mary Anne, 
youngest child of the Rev A G Bridges, aged four & a half months. [NZ'er 21 Sept 1850]

CONRY At his residence, Lower Queen-street, Auckland, Thomas Edward Conry Esq, Solicitor, 
aged ?39 yrs. [NZ'er 17 April 1850]

DENNY At Queen’s, of apoplexy, on 4th June 1850, Major Denny, 19th Regt of Foot, commanded 
Light Company of the 58th Regt during the native dissipations at the Bay of Islands. [NZ'er 28 
Dec 1850]

MARLOW At Kilkenny on Monday 10th June 1850, after a very short illness, much regretted, 
the lady of Major Marlow, Commanding Royal Engineers, Kilkenny District. [NZ'er 19 Oct 1850]

MARTIN At sea on board the Sir Edward Paget, on 10th December 1850, Mrs Janet Martin, late 
of Wigtonshire, Galloway, Scotland, aged 54 years. [NZ'er 21 Dec 1850]

MATSON At Brookside on Sunday 17th March 1850, after a painful illness, Isabel, beloved wife 
of Major Matson and only daughter of Baron de Thierry, aged 22 yrs, most sincerely lamented. 
[NZ'er 20 March 1850]

SPENCER At the Church Mission Station, Tararua, on 26th July 1850, Celestine Alma, aged 
6 months, youngest daughter of Rev S M Spencer. [NZ'er 21 Aug 1850]

TATTERSALL On Monday morning, aged 41 yrs, at his residence Shortland-street, Mr William 
Tattersall, formerly of Manchester. His remains were yesterday followed to the burying-ground 
by a large number of his townsmen who appreciated his worth. [NZ'er 10 April 1850]

TUCKER On Monday 26th August 1850, at his residence, Woodland Villa, nr Auckland, Henry 
Tucker Esq., Purser in the Royal Navy, aged 57 yrs. [NZ'er 28 Aug 1850]

VERNON At Manukau, on 4th June 1850, William George Vernon, aged 28 yrs, son of late 
Capt William Vernon, Ayrshire, Scotland. [NZ'er 8 June 1850]

1851

BENT At the Benevolent Asylum, Sydney, on 26th August 1851, Mr Andrew Bent, printer, aged 
55 years, formerly of Van Diemen’s Land. [NZ’er 20 Sept 1851]

BERREY On Monday last, 6th January 1851, at Fort-street, Mr Christopher Berrey, aged 51 yrs. 
[NZ’er 8 January 1851]

BOVAIRD On Friday last at the residence of her parents, Wakefield-street, Susanna Jane, 
daughter of Mr William Bovaird, aged 5 years. [NZ’er 22 Feb 1851]

BROOKS On Friday 3rd inst., at the Colonial Hospital, Mr James Brooks, late of Hobart 
Town, aged 25 years. [NZ’er 8 Oct 1851]

BENT At the Benevolent Asylum, Sydney, on 26th August 1851, Mr Andrew Bent, printer, 
aged 55 years, formerly of Van Diemen’s Land. [NZ’er 20 Sept 1851]

BERREY On Monday last, 6th January 1851, at Fort-street, Mr Christopher Berrey, aged 
51 yrs. [NZ’er 8 January 1851]

BOVAIRD On Friday last at the residence of her parents, Wakefield-street, Susanna Jane, 
daughter of Mr William Bovaird, aged 5 years. [NZ’er 22 Feb 1851]

BROOKS On Friday 3rd inst., at the Colonial Hospital, Mr James Brooks, late of Hobart 
Town, aged 25 years. [NZ’er 8 Oct 1851]

CHERRY On the 24th November 1851. At Waikato Heads, Susan Cherry, wife of Rev Robert 
Maunsell. [NZ’er 1 Nov 1851]

DICKSON On Monday 6th October 1851, at Onehunga near Auckland, by a fall from his 
horse, Charles Dickson Esq., son of the late Major General Sir Jeremiah Dickson, KCB. 
[NZ’er 11 Oct 1851]

DUNNELL On Monday evening last, at his residence, Queen-street, Mr Frederick Charles 
Dunnell, aged 38 years. [NZ’er 12 February 1851]

FAIRBURN At Tamaki Grove (the residence of her brother, Mr F C Lewis) on the 11th inst.,
 Matilda Jane, wife of Mr John Fairburn, Otahuhu. [NZ’er 13 Dec 1851]

GEDDES At Epsom near Auckland, by a fall from his horse, Alexander Geddes Esq., of 
Waihihi late of Kincardinshire, Scotland, aged 39 years. Presbyterian Burying Ground. 
[NZ’er 30 April 1851]

LYND At his residence Chapel-street, on Wednesday evening, the 24th September 1851, 
aged 53 years, Lieut Robert Lynd, Barrack Master, of Auckland. [NZ’er 27 Sept 1851]

MEURANT On Saturday November 1st 1851 at his residence, Parnell, Auckland, Mr 
Edward Meurant, aged 49 years. [NZ’er 5 Nov 1851]

OSBORNE On his passage from Manila to Liverpool, Mr Edward Osborne, master of the 
ship Reliance. [NZ’er 30 August 1851]

OSBORNE On the 10th September 1851 at his residence in Fort-street, after a long and 
painful  illness, Mr Thomas C Osborne, aged 34 years. [NZ’er 13 Sept 1851]

PARKER On Friday last, 10th January 1851, Hariett, daughter of Mr W Parker, Freeman’s 
Bay, aged 16 months. [NZ’er 11 January 1851]

PAUL At Wellington on 15th July, aged 53 years, Thomas Paul Esq., late Quarter Master of 
HM 65th Regt. [NZ’er 27 August 1851]

PEACOCKE In Princes-street on 16th July 1851, of the croup, Ellen Louisa, youngest daughter 
of Mrs E A Peacocke, aged 2 years. [NZ’er 19th July 1851]

QUIGGAN On Tuesday last, 16th December 1851, at the residence of his stepson Mr George 
Hunter, Queen-street, Thomas Quiggan aged 63 years, a subscribing member of the IOOFMU 
for 24 yrs before leaving England. [NZ’er 17 Dec 1851]

ROBERTSON On the 6th May 1851, at the residence of his son in law Mr Taylor, Freeman’s 
Bay, Mr Walter Robertson, of Auckland, Architect, aged 48 years, after a sudden illness of only 
30 hours. [NZ’er 7 May 1851]

GREGORY Died at Auckland on the 26th March 1851 after a long illness, Henry Mark, eldest
 son of Mark Gregory Esq of London and Hornsey, in the County of Middlesex, aged 26 years. 
[NZ’er 29 March 1851]

1852

BAILEY On Monday the 26th April 1852, after a protracted illness, Mr George Bailey, Queen-
street and late of Hobart Town, aged 34 years. IOOFMU. [NZ’er 28 April 1852]

BOLTON At Wahapu on 24th May 1852, five days after her confinement of a stillborn child, 
Elizabeth Jane, the beloved wife of Colour Serjeant William Bolton, 58th Regt., aged 18 years. 
[NZ’er 29 May 1852]

BOURNE On 7th November 1852, at her residence Bourke-street, Wooloomooloo, after a short 
but painful illness aged 25 years, Agnes, beloved wife of William Soole Jnr and eldest daughter 
of the late Walter Robertson of Auckland.

BOYLAN On 2nd February 1852, Maria Louisa, infant daughter of Mr & Mrs Boylan. [NZ’er 
4 Feb 1852]

BULLER At Wesley College on 15th September 1852, James Martin, eldest son of Rev James 
Buller, Kaipara, aged 16. [NZ’er 18 Sept 1852]

CLIFTON At Auckland on 26th May 1852, Serjeant Major William Clifton, 58th Regt. SM Clifton 
has been upwards of 12 years in the Regiment and served at Ruapekapeka and in the campaign in 
the North of New Zealand with credit to himself. His death is deeply lamented by the officers and
 the whole of his Regiment. [NZ’er 29 May 1852]

CONNELL On Friday 20th August 1852, infant daughter of W Connell Esq., aged 7 days. [NZ’er 
21 August 1852]

CONWAY On 16th September 1852, at his residence West Queen-street, Mr John Conway. [NZ’er 
18 Sept 1852]

FITZROY In London on 9th April 1852, Mary Henrietta, wife of Capt Robert Fitzroy, R.N., 
formerly Governor of New Zealand. [NZ’er 7 August 1852]

FORD At Russell, Bay of Islands, on Monday 6th September 1852, Maria Christiana, beloved 
daughter of Samuel and Martha FORD. [NZ’er 15 Sept 1852]

GALWAY At Hobart Town on 9th August 1852, Mr Edward Joseph Galway, Compositor, aged 
6 years. The deceased was for many years employed at the ‘Monitor’ Office, Sydney and at the 
‘Courier’ Office, Hobart Town. He has left a wife and four children to lament their loss. [NZ’er 
25 Sept 1852]

GRAHAME At the Glebe, Sydney, on 31st October 1852, John Grahame Esq, aged 35 yrs. 
[NZ’er 10 Nov 1852]

HAMILTON At the Colonial Hospital, yesterday, Alexander Hamilton, blacksmith, late of 
Auckland. [NZ’er 31 March 1852]

HAMILTON On 14th October 1852, Elizabeth, beloved wife of Mr Francis Hamilton, late 
residence Wahu. [NZ’er 16 Oct 1852]

INCHES At Remuera on Sunday morning, Mr James Nairne Inches, a member of a respectable 
family in Perthshire and an old colonist here. His illness was very short as he was in town at
 the Sabbath School Festival on Thursday and attended the religious services at the Scotch 
Church on that morning and during the hours of recreation in the Government Domain. He
 was taken ill on that night but seemed better on Saturday; next morning, however, he became 
worse and was soon no more. [NZ’er 4 Feb 1852]

IRELAND On the 14th January 1852, of enlargement of the liver and heart, at her residence in
 Shortland-street, Mrs Ireland, the wife of Mr John Ireland of Auckland. The deceased was the 
daughter of Capt Macdonnell, 64th Regt and grand-niece of the Right Hon. Henry Flood, 
Speaker in the Irish House of Commons. [NZ’er 17 Jan 1852]

LEIGH On Wednesday 3rd November 1852 after a short illness, Eliza Leigh, third daughter 
of Mr Francis White, aged 15 years. [NZ’er 6 Nov 1852]

LOCHEAD On Tuesday 10th August 1852, at her residence, Wakefield-street, Elizabeth Lochead, 
widow of the late James Lochead. [NZ’er 10 August 1852]

MACKENZIE On Monday 1st November 1852, Mr William Mackenzie, Druggist, Shortland-
street, aged 48 years. Mr Mackenzie was a native of Scotland but an old, respected and 
industrious colonist and generally esteemed by his friends and acquaintances. Although he 
had been for some time in delicate health, his death was almost sudden as on the previous day
 he had been able to attend services at his usual place of worship, the Scotch Church. He had 
acquired, it is said, considerable property but he has died intestate and has left no relatives in 
this neighbourhood or nearer than Adelaide where we believe his sister resides. The funeral 
will move from the residence of Mr Alexander Dingwall, West Queen-street, this afternoon
 at 3 o’clock. [NZ’er 3 Nov 1852]

MEARNS At sea, in May 1852, aged 25, Mr William A Mearns, Commander of the Jane, only
 son of Mr A Mearns, Montrose, Forfarshire. [NZ’er 8 Sept 1852]

M’VAY At his residence Freemans Bay, on Wednesday 1st December 1852, Mr John M’Vay, 
aged 39 years. [NZ’er 4 Dec 1852]

PALMER On 18th November 1852 at Kawhia, in the 17th year of her age, Matilda Selina, second 
daughter of Mr Palmer, Parnell, Auckland. [NZ’er 11 Dec 1852]

PLUMMER On 28th August 1852, Charles John, infant son of William Plummer Esq. 
[NZ’er 1 Sept 1852]

REES On Friday morning, 17th September 1852, at his residence, Queen-street, Mr Robert 
Rees, aged 51 years. [NZ’er 18 Sept 1852]

RUTHERFORD At Remuera on Sunday 31st October 1852, Robert, eldest son of James Rutherford, 
aged 8 years. [NZ’er 3 Nov 1852]

SOOLE On 7th November 1852 at her residence Bourke-street, Wooloomooloo, after a short 
but painful illness, aged 25 years, Agnes, beloved wife of William Soole Jnr and eldest daughter 
of the late Walter Robertson of Auckland. [NZ’er 18 Dec 1852]

SPEIRS At her residence, Chapel-street, on Saturday 22nd May 1852, after a short illness of 
three weeks, Mary Speirs, wife of John Commons, aged 24 years. [NZ’er 26 May 1852 & 29 May 
1852]

STOKES At Wellington on Sunday 1 August 1852 at Te Aro, after a protracted illness, Margaret, 
the beloved wife of Robert Stokes Esq., proprietor of the ‘Wellington Spectator’. [NZ’er 8 Sept 1852]

LANGFORD On 19th July 1848, Edward Richard, son of J A Langford, aged 3 years. [NZ'er 
22 July 1848]

LILLEWALL On Sunday 3 September 1848, John Walter, infant son of Capt Lillewall, aged 
9 months. [NZ'er 9 Sept 1848]

MARTIN On 10th September 1848 at Berbice, British Guiana, of which province he was a 
Stipendiary Magistrate, S M D Martin Esq, formerly a member of the Legislative Council to 
New Zealand. [NZ'er 21 April 1849]

MEARS On the 8th June 1848, the infant son of Mr A Mears, Shortland-street. [NZ'er 14 June 
1848]

REAY At Waiapu, East Cape, Friday 31st March 1848, the Rev Charles L Reay, MA [NZ'er 19 
April 1848]

WHYTLAW At Penang in February 1848, John Whytlaw Esq, formerly of this Colony. [NZ'er 
11 Oct 1848]

YOUNG On Monday 20th March 1848, Frederick Winter, youngest son of William Young Esq 
of HM Customs, aged 3yrs 7mths.

1852

BAILEY On Monday the 26th April 1852, after a protracted illness, Mr George Bailey, Queen-
street and late of Hobart Town, aged 34 years. IOOFMU. [NZ’er 28 April 1852]

BOLTON At Wahapu on 24th May 1852, five days after her confinement of a stillborn child, 
Elizabeth Jane, the beloved wife of Colour Serjeant William Bolton, 58th Regt., aged 18 years. 
[NZ’er 29 May 1852]

BOURNE On 7th November 1852, at her residence Bourke-street, Wooloomooloo, after a short 
but painful illness aged 25 years, Agnes, beloved wife of William Soole Jnr and eldest daughter 
of the late Walter Robertson of Auckland.

BOYLAN On 2nd February 1852, Maria Louisa, infant daughter of Mr & Mrs Boylan. 
[NZ’er 4 Feb 1852]

BULLER At Wesley College on 15th September 1852, James Martin, eldest son of Rev James 
Buller, Kaipara, aged 16. [NZ’er 18 Sept 1852]

CLIFTON At Auckland on 26th May 1852, Serjeant Major William Clifton, 58th Regt. SM 
Clifton has been upwards of 12 years in the Regiment and served at Ruapekapeka and in the
 campaign in the North of New Zealand with credit to himself. His death is deeply lamented 
by the officers and the whole of his Regiment. [NZ’er 29 May 1852]

CONNELL On Friday 20th August 1852, infant daughter of W Connell Esq., aged 7 days.
 [NZ’er 21 August 1852]

CONWAY On 16th September 1852, at his residence West Queen-street, Mr John Conway. 
[NZ’er 18 Sept 1852]

FITZROY In London on 9th April 1852, Mary Henrietta, wife of Capt Robert Fitzroy, R.N.,
 formerly Governor of New Zealand. [NZ’er 7 August 1852]

FORD At Russell, Bay of Islands, on Monday 6th September 1852, Maria Christiana, beloved 
daughter of Samuel and Martha FORD. [NZ’er 15 Sept 1852]

GALWAY At Hobart Town on 9th August 1852, Mr Edward Joseph Galway, Compositor, aged 
36 years. The deceased was for many years employed at the ‘Monitor’ Office, Sydney and at the 
‘Courier’ Office, Hobart Town. He has left a wife and four children to lament their loss. [NZ’er 
25 Sept 1852]

GRAHAME At the Glebe, Sydney, on 31st October 1852, John Grahame Esq, aged 35 yrs. 
[NZ’er 10 Nov 1852]

HAMILTON At the Colonial Hospital, yesterday, Alexander Hamilton, blacksmith, late of 
Auckland. [NZ’er 31 March 1852]

HAMILTON On 14th October 1852, Elizabeth, beloved wife of Mr Francis Hamilton, late 
residence Wahu. [NZ’er 16 Oct 1852]

INCHES At Remuera on Sunday morning, Mr James Nairne Inches, a member of a respectable 
family in Perthshire and an old colonist here. His illness was very short as he was in town at 
the Sabbath School Festival on Thursday and attended the religious services at the Scotch 
Church on that morning and during the hours of recreation in the Government Domain. He 
was taken ill on that night but seemed better on Saturday; next morning, however, he became 
worse and was soon no more. [NZ’er 4 Feb 1852]

IRELAND On the 14th January 1852, of enlargement of the liver and heart, at her residence
 in Shortland-street, Mrs Ireland, the wife of Mr John Ireland of Auckland. The deceased was the 
daughter of Capt Macdonnell, 64th Regt and grand-niece of the Right Hon. Henry Flood, Speaker 
in the Irish House of Commons. [NZ’er 17 Jan 1852]

LEIGH On Wednesday 3rd November 1852 after a short illness, Eliza Leigh, third daughter of 
Mr Francis White, aged 15 years. [NZ’er 6 Nov 1852]

LOCHEAD On Tuesday 10th August 1852, at her residence, Wakefield-street, Elizabeth Lochead,
 widow of the late James Lochead. [NZ’er 10 August 1852]

MACKENZIE On Monday 1st November 1852, Mr William Mackenzie, Druggist, Shortland-
street, aged 48 years. Mr Mackenzie was a native of Scotland but an old, respected and industrious
 colonist and generally esteemed by his friends and acquaintances. Although he had been for 
some time in delicate health, his death was almost sudden as on the previous day he had been 
able to attend services at his usual place of worship, the Scotch Church. He had acquired, it is 
said, considerable property but he has died intestate and has left no relatives in this neighbourhood 
or nearer than Adelaide where we believe his sister resides. The funeral will move from the 
residence of Mr Alexander Dingwall, West Queen-street, this afternoon at 3 o’clock. [NZ’er 3 
Nov 1852]

MEARNS At sea, in May 1852, aged 25, Mr William A Mearns, Commander of the Jane, only 
son of Mr A Mearns, Montrose, Forfarshire. [NZ’er 8 Sept 1852]

M’VAY At his residence Freemans Bay, on Wednesday 1st December 1852, Mr John M’Vay, 
aged 39 years. [NZ’er 4 Dec 1852]

PALMER On 18th November 1852 at Kawhia, in the 17th year of her age, Matilda Selina, second
 daughter of Mr Palmer, Parnell, Auckland. [NZ’er 11 Dec 1852]

PLUMMER On 28th August 1852, Charles John, infant son of William Plummer Esq. [NZ’er 
1 Sept 1852]

REES On Friday morning, 17th September 1852, at his residence, Queen-street, Mr Robert Rees, 
aged 51 years. [NZ’er 18 Sept 1852]

RUTHERFORD At Remuera on Sunday 31st October 1852, Robert, eldest son of James Rutherford, 
aged 8 years. [NZ’er 3 Nov 1852]

SOOLE On 7th November 1852 at her residence Bourke-street, Wooloomooloo, after a short 
but painful illness, aged 25 years, Agnes, beloved wife of William Soole Jnr and eldest daughter 
of the late Walter Robertson of Auckland. [NZ’er 18 Dec 1852]

SPEIRS At her residence, Chapel-street, on Saturday 22nd May 1852, after a short illness of 
three weeks, Mary Speirs, wife of John Commons, aged 24 years. [NZ’er 26 May 1852 & 29 
May 1852]

STOKES At Wellington on Sunday 1 August 1852 at Te Aro, after a protracted illness, Margaret, 
the beloved wife of Robert Stokes Esq., proprietor of the ‘Wellington Spectator’. [NZ’er 8 Sept 1852]

1853

BELL At Sydney on 6th March 1853 of Tubercular Consumption, in the 33rd year of her age, 
Mrs John Bell, late of Auckland and Tamaki.The regret with which this announcement will 
be received by those to whom Mrs Bell was personally known will be shared in, to no inconsiderable 
extent, by the wider circle of lovers of music who appreciated the excellence of her very superior
 performances on the pianoforte and harmonium at public concerts in this town. Mr Bell, in 
writing to us the fact of her death, addes ‘she ever retained a lively gratitude for the reception 
she met with in Auckland’. [NZ’er 26 March 1853]

BRIDGENS At Auckland on Thursday 6th October 1853, at his residence, Charges Bridgens 
Esq., Assistant Commissary General, aged 58 yrs. [NZ’er 8 Oct 1853]

BUCKHAM On Saturday 17th September 1853, in the 53rd year of his age, after a short illness, 
Mr Thomas Woodward Buckham, for many years a respected inhabitant of Auckland. The funeral 
will take place this day at 3 o’clock precisely in the Church of England burial ground. [NZ’er 21 
Sept 1853]

CHAMPION On the afternoon of 10th March 1853 at his residence, Melville-street, Hobart Town, 
in the 26th year of his age, Mr William Champion Jnr, after an illness of 14 days. His loss will be 
sincerely felt by relatives and friends by whom he was universally esteemed. He has left a young wife 
and infant child. [NZ’er 11 May 1853]

CHAMPION On Sunday morning 13th March 1853, the infant daughter (aged 10 days) of Mr 
William Champion Jnr who decease is noted above. [NZ’er 11 May 1853]

CHURTON On Wednesday 26th January 1853, at his residence Little Sutton, in the 56th year of 
his age, Rev John Frederick Churton, LL.B., Colonial Chaplain and Minister of St Pauls. [NZ’er 
29 Jan 1853]

COATES At Spanish Town, Jamaica, on 28th July 1853, Rev Henry Coates, late of Worcersor 
(sic) College, Oxford, aged 23 yrs. [NZ’er 4 Feb 1854]

CRAIG At Auckland on Thursday 26th May 1853, Jessie Craig, aged 1 yr 4 mths, third daughter 
of Thomas Craig, Carpenter. [NZ’er 28 May 1853]

DAVIS On the 4th September 1853 of pulmonary apoplexy, Alfred, infant son of Charles Davis, 
Queen-street, aged 8 months. [NZ’er 7 Sept 1853]

DECK At Wellington on the 21st October 1853, aged 5 weeks, Emma Charlotte Rosanna, infant
 daughter of Capt Deck, Commander, Government brig. [NZ’er 26 Nov 1853]

DENT In London, on 28th November 1853, Lancelot Dent Esq of the firm of Messrs Dent & Co., 
Hong Kong. (This gentleman was owner of the Northfleet, recently here). [NZ’er 15 March 1854]

ELLIOTT On 3rd June 1853, Harry Charles, son of Mr G E Elliott, aged 3 years. [NZ’er 8 June 1853]

ELLIS On Thursday 27th January 1853, Margaret, beloved wife of Mr William Ellis, Shortland-
street, aged 71 years. [NZ’er 29 Jan 1853]

GLAISTER On the 23rd February 1853, on board the ship Kate on her passage from Sydney to 
London, William Glaister Esq., aged 52 yrs, recently of Auckland. [NZ’er 6 August 1853]

GUILDING on 27th March 1853, Mrs Guilding, after a long and painful illness, to the deep 
regret of her sorrowful family. [NZ’er 30 March 1853]

HEPBURN On Wednesday 27th July 1853, Duncan Hepburn, sawyer, aged 43 years. [NZ’er 
30 July 1853]

HOGAN On Tuesday 12th April 1853 at the Garrison Hospital after a lingering illness, Cpl 
John Hogan of the Royal Sappers & Miners, deeply lamented by his relatives who are settlers 
to Auckland and by his comrades of the Company to which he belonged. [NZ’er 16 April 1853]

HORSLEY At Auckland, New Zealand, on Monday 28th March 1853, of dysentery, in the 61st 
year of her age, at the house of her son in law, Mr W Rattray, Mrs Dorothy Horsley, of Newcastle 
upon Tyne. [NZ’er 2 April 1853]

HUGHES On Monday 13th June 1853, Frederick William, second son of Mr S E Hughes, aged 
2 yrs 2 mths. Residence, Wakefield-street. [NZ’er 15 June 1853]

JOSEPH On Saturday 12th March 1853, after a short illness, at the residence of his brother, 
George-street, Sydney, Mr Israel Joseph (formerly of the firm of Joseph & Nathan, Auckland). 
Deeply regretted by a numerous circle of relatives and friends. This announcement will be received 
with regret by not a few in Auckland. Mr Joseph was one of the first settlers here and took part in 
the early business transacgtions of the place; and even since he left it he has always manifested 
a warm interest in the welfare of the settlement. Mr Joseph had lately been residing at Melbourne 
but his health failed there and he was on his way to Auckland for the benefit of its climate when 
he was seized at Sydney with the attack which proved fatal. [NZ’er 9 April 1853]

KELLS On Tuesday 26th July 1853, at the residence of her father, Mr B Lewis, Howick, after a 
long illness, Amelia, wife of Mr G Kells, aged 30 years.[NZ’er 30 July 1853]

KISSLING On 12th April 1853 at St Stephens School, Auckland, after a few hours illness, 
Gustavus Alfred, youngest son of Rev G A Kissling. [NZ’er 16 April 1853]

MAGEE On Saturday 18th June 1853, by a fall from his horse on Tamaki Rd James MAGEE 
of Pukake, aged 51 years. Particulars of this melancholy occurrence will be found in the account 
of the Coroner’s Inquest on the body which we publish elsewhere. Mr Magee was one of the 
earliest colonists of New Zealand, having come to the Bay of Islands with the first settlers and 
his sudden death by so [unfortunate] an accident, will long be deeply lamented by his family and 
numerous friends. Funeral to leave the Royal George, Newmarket. [NZ’er 22 June 1853]

MARAIA On 17th May 1853, near Mt Eden, Mrs Pere Perry Maraia, aged 23 years. [NZ’er 25 
May 1853]

McDONNELL On Sunday 4th April 1853, at Te Horeke, Hokianga, Anna, the beloved wife 
of Capt McDonnell, RN, to the deep loss of a sorrowing family. [NZ’er 16 April 1853]

McELWAINE At her residence, Killna, Co.Louth, Ireland, on the 8th July 1853, Mary, wife 
of Mr Richard McElwaine and mother of Mr George McElwaine, Governor of Auckland Gaol. 
[NZ’er 3rd Dec 1853]

McINTOSH Drowned in the Waikato River on the 15th September 1853, William McINTOSH, 
Carpenter to the Waikato Heads Institution, his brother Alexander and his eldest son. [NZ’er 
5 Oct 1853]

MATTHEWS At Auckland on the 13th October 1853, aged 3 yrs 2 mths, Harriet, daughter of 
E I Matthews Esq., R E Department. [NZ’er 15 Oct 1853]

McNAIR On Thursday 13th January 1853, Janet McNair, aged 27 years. Funeral from the 
residence of Mr Alexander Dingwall, West Queen-street.

MATHIAS On June 18, 1864 at his residence, Riccarton, Canterbury, the Venerable Archdeacon 
Mathias.

MOORE At Hobart-town, on 24th November 1853, Hannah, wife of Mr John Moore, printer,
 formerly of Auckland. [NZ’er 24 Dec 1853]

MORGAN At the Church Mission House, Otawhao, on Sunday the 17th July 1853 of Influenza, 
Samuel, aged 24 yrs, and on Thursday, 21st July 1853, Edward aged 13 yrs 11mths, youngest and 
eldest sons of the Rev John Morgan. [NZ’er 3 August 1853]

NINNIS On 28th April 1853 at Onehunga, Jessie, youngest daughter of Capt & Mrs Ninnis, aged 
7 months. [NZ’er 30 April 1853]

PARKER On 1st January 1853, at Remuera, after a short illness, Mr Edward Parker, aged 51 years. 
[NZ’er 2 Feb 1853]

PEACOCK At Sydney on the 2nd November 1853, of consumption, Isabella, beloved wife of Capt 
E A Peacock of the brig Victoria Packet after a lingering illness which she bore with exemplary 
patience, leav ing two children to deplore their irreparable loss. Mrs Peacock was among the first 
settlers at Wellington. [NZ’er 23 Nov 1853]

PRATT On March 1st, 1853, at Islington, aged 80, Elizabeth, relict of the late Rev Josiah Pratt, 
Vicar of St Stephens, Coleman-street. [NZ’er 10 Aug 1853]

RATHBONE At the Caledonia Hotel, Fort-street, on Sunday 20th February 1853, Mr Basil Rathboen, 
late of Liverpool, in the 25th year of his age. [NZ’er 23 Feb 1853]

SHALDERS In February 1853 at Worstead, Norfolk, England, Phoebe Shalders, the much loved 
mother of R B Shalders, Storekeeper, Queen-street, Auckland. [NZ’er 22 June 1853]

SMITHSON At his residence, Wyndham-street, on Sunday 1st May 1853, William Smithson, aged 
60 years. [NZ’er 4 May 1853]

SOMERVILLE On Tuesday the 8th November 1853, aged 2 yrs 3 mths, James Elliott Somerville, 
youngest son of Mr Thomas Somerville, Shortland-street. [NZ’er 9 Nov 1853]

VAILE On 16th January 1853 at 1.30 a.m., in the 55th year of her age, after a painful and protracted 
illness, Sarah the beloved wife of Mr George Vaile, at his residence Wellesley-street. [NZ’er 19 Jan 1853]

WALKER At Auckland on Saturday 1st October 1853, Mr Cooper Walker, printer, formerly of Strabane,
 Ireland, aged 52 yrs. [NZ’er 8 Oct 1853]

WILSON At Belfast on the morning of 27th May 1853, Mr W S Wilson, Auctioneer, aged 36 years. 
The deceased was a native of Van Diemen’s Land and formerly merchant and agent for the Church 
Mission Station, Korareraka, New Zealand. [NZ’er 20 July 1853]

WOOD On 28th December 1853, Henry Robinson, infant son of Mr S A Wood. [NZ’er 31 Dec 1853.   

 
1854

CLEGHORN At Honolulu, suddenly, on 24th September 1854, Thomas Cleghorn Esq, native of 
Scotland, late of Auckland, New Zealander. [Obit. Follows - NZ’er 7 Jan 1854]

CLIFFORD At York, on 31st January 1854, George L Clifford Esq, aged 75 yrs, youngest son of 
Hon. Thomas Clifford, late of Tixall in the County of Stafford. R.I.P.[NZ’er 1 July 1854]

COATES At Spanish Town, Jamaica, on 28th July 1853, Rev Henry Coates, late of Worcersor 
(sic) College, Oxford, aged 23 yrs. [NZ’er 4 Feb 1854]

COATES At his residence, Eden Crescent, on Saturday evening, 1st July 1854, in his 39th year, 
James Coates Esq, Clerk of the House of Representatives and for many years a well known and 
efficient officer of the Colonial Government. [NZ’er 5 July 1854]

COCKRAFT At Auckland on 28th June 1854, Anne La Trobe, beloved wife of Major Cockraft, 
58th Regt, aged 46 yrs. [NZ’er 1 July 1854]

DECK At Cambridge, aged 61, Mr Isaiah Deck, FGS, FRS. Universally regretted by a numerous 
circle of relatives and friends. [NZ’er 8 July 1854] Mr Deck was the father of Mr P A Deck, late 
Commander of the Government Brig Victoria and now Sergeant at Arms of the House of 
Representatives - Obit. Followed]

DENT In London, on 28th November 1853, Lancelot Dent Esq of the firm of Messrs Dent & Co., 
Hong Kong. (This gentleman was owner of the Northfleet, recently here). [NZ’er 15 March 1854]

DOUGLASS On Saturday last, 28th October 1854, of paralysis of the heart, Margaret, wife of 
Mr Thomas Douglass, aged 27 yrs. [NZ’er 1 Nov 1854]

FENNELL On the 26th July 1854, James Bromley, only child of Mr Arthur Fennell, aged 2 yrs. 
Funeral from the residence of the Ranger, Government Domain. [NZ’er 29 July 1854]

FIELDING At the residence of her father, Louisa Charlotte, second daughter of Joseph Fielding, 
Confectioner, Shortland-street, on Friday 29th September 1854, aged 12 years. [NZ’er 30 Sept 1854]

GEORGE On Saturday 6th May 1854, after a long and painful illness, Mary Ann Wilson, wife of 
Mr James George, baker of this city, aged 37 years. [NZ’er 10 May 1854]

GRACE On Sunday last, 11th June 1854, at Ivy Cottage, Parnell, Agnes Lavinia Grace, aged 2 yrs, 
daughter of Rev G S Grace, after a long and painful illness. [NZ’er 14 June 1854]

HUGHES On Thursday 21st September 1854, at 10 o’clock, at the residence of his father in law 
Mr William Gorrie, Pitt-street, Auckland, Mr William Hughes, Merchant, aged 36 yrs. (Obit. 
Followed) [NZ’er 23 Sept 1854]

JONES At the residence of her father, Railway House, Queen-street, on 25th December 1854, 
Emma Vaile, third daughter of Mr Alfred Jones, aged 5 yrs. [NZ’er 27 Dec 1854]

JOSLIN On Thursday night, Charles Edward, aged 2yrs 9mths, the son of Charles Joslin,
 Shortland-street NZ’er 29 July 1854]

KAWITI On 5th May 1854, the old Chief Kawiti, one of the leading opponents to the Government 
in the late war in the North in 1845. Two years since he embraced Christianity and was baptised 
by the name Tekuki. Prior to the forsaking of his heathen ways, he paid a visit to the tribes around 
who had been influenced by him, to enjoin them to live in peace with Europeans. He frequently 
said, though he disregarded the guns of the soldiers and the Governor, he was subdued by the sword 
of God. The old man was infirm but his death was hastened by the measles. [NZ’er 27 May 1854]

KELLY At Remuera, on the 4th October 1854, Alice, fifth daughter of Robert Kelly Esq, Registrar 
of Deeds, aged 3yrs 4mths. [NZ’er 7 Oct 1854]

KING On Saturday 6th May 1854, Mr King of Tepuna, Bay of Islands, full of years and full of 
faith, in the 67th year of his age and the 40th of his sojourn in New Zealand. [Followed by Obit. - 
NZ’er 27 May 1854]

LEVIN On the 2nd August 1854, at his residence, Sydney, Capt F A Levin, late Master of the 
Norman Hargreaves. Much lamented by his family. [NZ’er 9 Sept 1854]

LLOYD On Wednesday the 3rd May 1854, Mary, second daughter of Mr Henry Lloyd, aged 16 years. 
[NZ’er 6 May 1854]

LUSH On the 15th September 1854, at Howick, Alfred, second son of Rev Vicesimus Lush, aged 
2 yrs 6mths. [NZ’er 20 Sept 1854]

LUSH At Howick, on 23rd September 1854, Mary Eliza, third daughter of Rev Vic. Lush, in her 
8th year, and on the 25th September 1854, Charlotte Sarah, second daughter of the above, aged 
10 yrs. [NZ’er 30 Sept 1854]

MACKY On Friday evening, 9th June 1854, Josiah, youngest son of Mr James Macky, Queen-street, 
aged 4 yrs 1mth. [NZ’er 10 June 1854]

MARSHALL At Wellington, NZ, on Friday 20th September4 1854, Mary Frederica, beloved wife 
of Capt J Marshall, Paymaster of the 65th Regt., aged 28 yrs. [NZ’er 8 Nov 1854]

M’CAUL On Thursday, 27th April 1854, Ellen Laing, wife of Walter M’Caul, Tailor, High-street. 
[NZ’er 29 April 1854]

MILLER On Thursday, 27th April 1854, Mr G R H Miller, late Wesleyan Missionary, in the Feegee 
Island, aged 46 years. [NZ’er 29 April 1854]

ORMSBY At Onehunga Lodge, on 13th March 1854, of whooping cough, Louisa Maria, infant 
daughter of G O Ormsby Esq, aged 21 months. [NZ’er 18 March 1854]

PARTINGTON On Saturday 23rd September 1854, William, third son of Charles E Partington, 
Symonds-street, aged 4 yrs. [NZ’er 27 Sept 1854]

PARTINGTON On Sunday the 15th October 1854, Thomas, fifth son of Charles F Partington, 
aged 1 yr 8mths. [NZ’er 18 Oct 1854]

PARTINGTON On Sunday 22nd October 1854, at Symonds-street, Henry, fourth son of C F 
Partington, aged 3 yrs. [NZ’er 25 Oct 1854]

RICHARDSON On Friday morning, 5th May 1854, Louisa, aged 2yrs 6mths, youngest daughter 
of J Richardson, Printer, Wyndham-street. [NZ’er 6 May 1854]

ROBINSON Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Mr Charles Robinson of Albert-street, aged 3
 months. [NZ’er 21 Nov 1854]

ROUT On Wednesday the 4th January 1854, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr John Rout, High-street, 
aged 21 years. [NZ’er 7 Jan 1854]

SIMMS On Wednesday 6th December 1854, at Auckland, Eliza, wife of Mr James Simms, of 
this city. [NZ’er 9 Dec 1854]

SKEEN On Friday the 15th September 1854, aged 33 yrs, Catherine, beloved wife of Mr Robert 
Skeen. [NZ’er 18 Sept 1854]

SMALE At her residence, Parnell, on 14th June 1854, Emma, relict of the late Mr David Smale, 
aged 34 years [?54 yrs] [NZ’er 17 June 1854]

SMITH On Saturday 9th December 1854, aged 32 yrs, J Dalrymple Smith, of Auckland, only 
son of Mr Alexander Smith, Dundee. “His life and death was that of the righteous”.

SNODGRASS On Thursday the 18th May 1854, Catherine Berry, youngest daught of David 
and Mary Snodgrass of Queen-street, aged 13 months. [NZ’er 20 May 1854]

STEWART On Friday 5th May 1854, of measles, Charles Malcolm, only child of Mr & Mrs 
Charles  Stewart, aged 10 months. [NZ’er 10 May 1854]

SWINBOURN On Monday morning, 27th March 1854, at the residence of his father, Albert-street, 
of consumption, Alfred, fifth son of Mr William Swinbourn of this city, in his 26th year. [NZ’er 
29 March 1854]

THOMAS On the 5th May 1854 at Clifton, Elizabeth Ann, relict of the late Rev Sir John Godfrey 
Thomas, Bart., of Bodiam, Sussex, aged 67 yrs. [NZ’er 8 Nov 1854]

TURNER At sea, on the evening of 16th January 1854, aged 29 years, after a lingering illness, 
Mr Thomas Turner of the Union Bank of Australia, eldest son of the Rev Nathaniel Turner of 
Paddington. Deeply lamented by his afflicted family and a numerous circle of friends. Sydney 
Herald Jan 21st. [NZ’er 15 Feb 1854]

WILLIAMS On Sunday 22nd January 1854 at Penrose, Tamaki, Nancy, beloved wife of William 
Williams Esq, aged 42 years. Panmure Cemetery. [NZ’er 25 Jan 1854]

YOUNG On Thursday 2nd March 1854, Arthur, twin son of William Young Esq, aged 13 months. 
[NZ’er 4 March 1854]

1855

ALLOM On 28th September 1855 of consumption, Mr William Carey Allom, late of Melbourne, 
aged 29 years. [NZ’er 3 Oct 1855]

BACOT At Howick on Saturday 9th June 1855 of dysentery, John Leslie Bacot, aged 5 yrs 6 mths,
 only son of Staff Surgeon Bacot. [NZ’er 13 June 1855]

BOURNE At his residence, on Sunday evening, on 2nd December 1855, William Bourne, in the 
57th year of his age. [NZ’er 3 Dec 1855]

BRAITHWAITE On the 9th April 1855, at her residence near Auckland, Britannia, the beloved 
wife of Assistant Commissary Braithwaite. [NZ’er 11 April 1855]

BROWN On the night of the 12th November 1855, at St Stephen’s School, Auckland, Charlotte, 
the beloved wife of Alfred N Brown, Archdeacon of Tauranga, aged 59 yrs. Interred St Stephens 
burial ground. [NZ’er 14 Nov 1855]
BURTT At Windsor, Berkshire, on 4th February 1855, Francis Burtt Esq., aged 85 yrs. [NZ’er 
2 June 1855]

CAMPBELL On Tuesday 24th April 1855, in Wellesley-street, Auckland, Isabella, wife of William 
Campbell, aged 40 years. [NZ’er 25th April 1855]

CANTY On Wednesday 11th April 1855, at the residence of her son, Mr Thomas Canty, Mrs Mary 
Canty, aged 80 yrs. [NZ’er 21 April 1855]

CHAPMAN On Sunday 9th December 1855 at Maketu, Bay of Islands, Anne, beloved wife of Rev 
Thomas Chapman. [NZ’er 19 Dec 1855]

CLENDON On Saturday 11th August 1855, at Russell, Bay of Islands, of apoplexy, Sarah Isabella,
 aged 49 yrs, the wife of James Reddy Clendon Esq., Resident Magistrate. Her death is universally 
and sincerely regretted for her well known charity and disinterested benevolence have rendered 
her, for years, a beloved benefactress of the poor, the sick and the afflicted. Requiescat in pace. 
[NZ’er 18 August 1855]

CORNISH On 20th September 1855, Mary Wynn, second and beloved daughter of Sidney H 
Cornish. [NZ’er 22 Sept 1855]

CREW At Howick on 31st July 1855, Joseph, only son of Mr Joseph Ralph Crew, aged 3 yrs. 
[NZ’er 4 August 1855]

GILFILLAN On 18th April 1855, William Davies, infant son of J A Gilfillan, aged 7 months. 
[NZ’er 21st April 1855]

DUNN At his residience, Wakefield-street, on Monday evening 30th July 1855, Mr Tim Dunn, 
Blacksmith, aged 40 yrs.

DUNN At Auckl,and on Friday morning [3 Aug 1855] the widow of the late Timothy Dunn, 
aged 20 yrs. [NZ’er 4 August 1855]

EVANS On Sunday 22nd April 1855, Caroline, wife of Mr Robert Evans, Publican of Russell, 
Bay of Islands. [NZ’er 9 May 1855]

GELLINGHAM Suddenly on 4th February 1855, of a disease of the heart, at the Isle of Wight, 
in his 73rd year, David Gellingham of Canfield House, Shaftesbury, Dorset and of Gedshill Park, 
Isle of Wight. [NZ’er 13 June 1855]

GEORGE On Saturday 13th October 1855, at his residence, Royal Hotel, Onehunga, Mr Edward 
George, an early and much respected colonist of Auckland. [NZ’er 20 Oct 1855]

GILFILLAN At Sydney on 14th July 1855, John, infant son of Robert Gilfillan, aged 7 mths. 
[NZ’er 28 July 1855]

GOLDSWORTHY On Sunday 27th May 1855, at the residence of her son in law Mr William 
Dunne, Shortland-street, Elizabeth, beloved wife of Mr John Goldsworthy of this city, aged 40 
years. [NZ’er 30 May 1855]

GRAHAME On 16th April 1855, William Smellie, infant son of William Smellie Grahame,
 aged 5 months. (J Halyday, Undertaker) [NZ’er 18 April 1855]

GUNDRY On Thursday 20th December 1855, at his residence Albert-street, Mr William Richardson 
Gundry, in his 42nd year. [NZ’er 22 Dec 1855]

HANLEY On 7th May 1855, at Bay of Islands, Mr H E Hanley, Merchant, aged 38 yrs. [NZ’er 16 May 
1855]

HOLT On 9th March 1855 at his residence, Wedderburn House, Yorkshire, Thomas Holt Esq., 
aged 75 yrs. [NZ’er 7 July 1855]

HULME At Auckland on Tuesday 21st August 1855, in the 68th year of his age, Lt Col Hulme,
 late of HM 96th Regt., Postmaster and Manager of the Bank of Issue. The deceased officer at
 one time commanded the troops in New Zealand. His death is lamented by a large circle of 
friends by whom he was beloved and respected. [NZ’er 22 August 1855]

JOLLIFFE At Landguard House, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, on 18th November 1854, Col. 
William Jolliffe, RM. [NZ’er 14 March 1855]

JONES At the residence of her father on Sunday 18th May 1855, Emily Elizabeth, third daughter 
of Phillip and Sophia Jones. [NZ’er 16 May 1855]

LEWIS In Auckland on 5th May 1855, Jane, wife of Mr B Lewis, Howick, aged 58 yrs. [NZ’er 
9 May 1855]

LUNDON On Sunday 19th August 1855, at his residence, Queen-street, after a short illness, 
Mr David Lundon Snr, in the 52nd year of his age. [NZ’er 22 August 1855]

LYTH At the Wesleyan College, after a short but severe attack of diarrhoea, Eliza, daughter of 
Rev R B Lyth, aged 9 years. [NZ’er 7 March 1855]

MANEARY On Monday 21st May 1855, at the North Shore, Mr John Maneary, aged 66 years, 
formerly of Co. Armagh, Ireland, and for many years a respected settler at Auckland. Funeral 
will leave Wynyard-pier at Noon this day. [NZ’er 23 May 1855]

MAUNDRELL At Lyttelton on 1st March 1855, at the residence of her brother Major Hornbrook, 
Elizabeth Constantia, widow of the late Capt C F S Maundrell of the barque Norman Morrison.
 [NZ’er 1 April 1855]

McKAY On 17th August 1855, at the North Shore, of rheumatic fever, the wife of Mr Alexander
McKay, aged 36 yrs. [NZ’er 22 August 1855]

MONAGHAN Died, on Sunday 18th February 1855, at Mt Albert, Mr Patrick Monaghan, aged
 36 yrs. He leaves a wife and seven children to deplore his loss. [NZ’er 21 Feb 1855]

NATHAN On Thursday 5th July 1855, Miriam, youngest daughter of David & Rosetta Nathan, 
of this city, aged 2 yrs 6 mths. [NZ’er 11 July 1855]

PARTINGTON On Friday 24th August 1855, at his residence, Queen-street, George Partington, 
aged 63 yrs, after a long and painful illness. [NZ’er 25 August 1855]

PELICHET By an accidental shot from a gun, at Ahuriri, on 18th June last [1855] Charles Harris 
Louis Pelichet Esq., late Surveyor in the service of the New Zealand Company and the Government. 
His death is much regretted by all who were acquainted with him. [NZ’er 4 August 1855]

NICHOLL On Sunday 2nd December 1855 at Maxwell’s Station, of consumption, Mr William 
Nicholl, late of Fifeshire, Scotland, aged 28 yrs. [NZ’er 5 Dec 1855]

PHILLIPS On 13th April 1855, of consumption, at the residence of his brother P A Phillips, 
Shortland-street, John, youngest son of Mr S E Phillips, of Brighton, Sussex, England, aged 
21 yrs. [NZ’er 13 April 1855]

POTTER On Tuesday 26th March 1855, at Epsom, Mary, the wife of Mr William Potter. [NZ’er 
28 March 1855]

PURCHAS On Tuesday 17th April 1855 by drowning, Arthur Guyon, the beloved only son of the 
Rev A G Purchas, Minister of St Peter’s Church, Oneh7unga, aged 8 yrs 3 mths. [NZ’er 21 April 1855]

RUSSELL On 27th June 1855 at his residence, Hokianga, George Frederick Russell Esq., aged 
46 yrs. [NZ’er 18 July 1855]

RUST At Waitangei, Wangarei, on Saturday 27th January 1855, in his 23rd year, Joseph Hare 
Rust, junior partner of the firm J & J Rust, of this City. [NZ’er 3 Feb 1855}

SOMERVILLE On 25th May 1855, Thomas James, youngest son of Thomas Somerville, aged 
15 months. Residence Wynyard-street. [NZ’er 26 May 1855]

TAYLOR At his residence, Fernside, on 25th January 1855, Theophilus Edward Taylor, Chief 
Clerk and Warehousekeeper of HM Customs, Auckland, NZ. [NZ’er 27 Jan 1855]

THATCHER On 24th February 1855, at St Matthews Parsonage, Auckland, Robert Eton 
Thatcher, aged 12 months. [NZ’er 24 Feb 1855]

WEBB On 21st December 1854, (after giving birth to a daughter on the 6th) at her residence, 
Miller’s Point, Sydney, the beloved wife of H R Webb Esq, and second daughter of E Vaile Esq, 
MCC for this City. [NZ’er 27 Jan 1855]

WELCH At Otahuhu on Monday 17th December 1855, of palpitation, Mary, the beloved wife 
of James Henry Welch, aged 34 years. [NZ’er 22 Dec 1855]

WILD On 21st April 1855, at Onehunga, Marian Stuart, only child of William Stuart Wild, aged 

7 months. [NZ’er 28 April 1855]

WILLIAMS At Horotutu, Bay of Islands, on Tuesday 27th November 1855, Maria Jane, the 
beloved only child of Henry & Jane E Williams, aged 5 yrs 4 mths. She is not dead but sleepeth.
 [NZ’er 3 Dec 1855]

WILSON At Auckland on Thursday 1st February 1855, Mr John Ralph Wilson, Book-binder, 
aged 48 yrs. [NZ’er 3 Feb 1855]

1856

BOLGER On the 27th March 1856 at the residence of Mr George Duke, Auckland, 
Elizabeth  wife of Capt Edward Bolger of the Bay of Islands. [NZ'er 29 March 1856]

BUTT At her residence, Albert-street, on Wednesday 5th November 1856, Anne,
Beloved wife of Mr John Butt. [NZ'er 8 Nov 1856]

CAMPBELL On the 21st August 1856 at High-street, Auckland, Daniel Campbell, late 
of Paisley, aged 45 yrs. He was one of our oldest colonists, having arrived by the  Duchess 
of Argylle in 1842. [NZ'er 23 Aug 1856]

COLLARD At Waterloo Quadrant on 6th July 1856, the infant daughter, and on 7th July
1856, Mary Jane [next line indecipherable] COLLARD, of Her Majesty’s Customs. [NZ'er
 9 July 1856]

CONROY On Monday 1st September 1856, at Harbour View Hotel, Chapel-street,
John Conroy, aged 33 yrs. [NZ'er 3 Sept 1856]

CORBETT On 1st December 1855, of cholera, on board HMS St Jean de Acre (sic) at 
Constantinople, John Augustine Corbett Esq., MD, aged 34 yrs. [NZ'er 10 May 1856]

DAVIES On Monday 21st July 1856, William Davies Esq., MD, Provincial Surgeon,
Aged 52 yrs. [NZ'er 23 July 1856]

DERROM On 11th November 1856 at his residence, Victoria-street, Mr John Derrom,
aged 31 yrs. [NZ'er 12 Nov 1856]

de THIERRY At Ivy Cottage near Auckland, on Wednesday 19th March 1856, after a long
and lingering illness, Emily, wife of Baron de Thierry, aged 65 years. [NZ'er 22 March 1856]

ELLIS On 3rd June 1856, after a lingering illness at the Windsor Castle, Parnell,
George Ellis, aged 50 yrs. [NZ'er 7 June 1856]

FENTON At sea on 11th June 1856, on his passage to England on board the African steam
ship Ethiope, Abraham Boyd Fenton Esq., Queen’s Advocate, Bathurst. Mr Fenton was a 
very amiable and promising young man, much and deservedly loved by those who were related 
to or intimate with him. [NZ'er 18 Oct 1856] 

FIELDING On 5th August 1856 at the Steam Mill Flour Store, Shortland-crescent,
Catherine, wife of Joseph Fielding, aged 42 yrs. [NZ'er 6 Aug 1856]

FINLAY On 2nd October 1856, Jane, youngest daughter of Thomas Finlay, Mount 
Maringi, Panmure, aged 9 yrs. [NZ'er 4 Oct 1856]

GARLAND At Whanganui on 13th February 1856, at the house of her son in law, Rev 
WWoon, Mrs Garland, aged 73 [?75] lately of Brixton, London and formerly of Truro,
 Cornwall. [NZ'er 8 March 1856]

GILLINGHAM On Thursday morning 6th November 1856, Mr Robert Gillingham. [NZ'er 
8  Nov. 1856 

GRAHAM At Manukau on 6th November 1856, Mrs Mary Graham, mother of Mr William
Graham, late of Adelaide, formerly of Renfrewshire, Scotland, aged 76 yrs. [NZ'er 12 Nov 1856]

HADLOW Yesterday evening, Tuesday 2nd September 1856, at Shortland-street, Anne
Alice, wife of Mr Henry Hadlow, aged 61 yrs. [NZ'er 3 Sept 1856]

HALL At Otahuhu on Sunday 9th March, Thomas, son of John Hall, aged 14 
months. [NZ'er 12 March 1856]

HASLAM At Albert Barracks, on 23rd January 1856, Elizabeth, youngest daughter of 
Sergeant Patrick Haslam, 58th Regt, at the age of 9 months. [NZ'er 30 Jan 1856]

HENRY On Monday morning, 19th May 1856, Eliza, the wife of Mr John Henry, aged
63 years. Late residence West Queen-street. [NZ'er 21 May 1856]

HILL On 11th July 1856, Emily Margaret, infant daughter of Mr C H J Hill.
[NZ'er 12 July 1856]

JARVIS On 9th January 1856 at his residence, Circus-road, St John’s Wood, John
Jarvis Esq, aged 76 yrs, and of Bridge, Canterbury. [NZ'er 28 May 1856]

LAMACH On Monday 1st September 1856, William, infant son of James Lamach,
[LARNACH?] aged 3 months 26 days. [NZ'er 3 Sep 1856]

LAW At his residence, Barrack-street, on 6th March 1856, after a long and painful
Illness, borne with patience and Christian fortitude, Mr John Hague Law, aged 29 yrs. 
[NZ'er 12 March 1856]

MACDONALD At Howick, on Monday night, 10th March 1856, aged 56 yrs, from disease of
the heart, Capt Alexander Macdonald, Staff Officer of Pensioners. [NZ'er 12 March 1856]

McINTOSH At her residence, Bay-street, Wooloomooloo, on 13th September 1856,
Francoise, relict of the late Charles McIntosh Esq., Barrack Master and late
Of the 73rd Regt., aged 64 yrs. [NZ'er 18 Oct 1856]

McKELVEY On Friday 10th October 1856, at his residence Wellesley-street, after a few
days illness, Mr Alex. McKelvey. [NZ'er 11 Oct 1856]

MEARNS Accidentally drowned on 8th October 1855 off Nargen, whilst discharging
Stores into HMS Duke of Wellington, Mr Alexander Mearns, the Commander
of the Jessie, of Montrose. [NZ'er 22 March 1856]

MILLS On Friday morning, 4th January 1856, at his residence in Parnell, Mr James
Mills, Carter, in his 46th year. [NZ'er 5 Jan 1856]

MONK On 19th October 1856, William Henry, infant son of William Henry and Mary
Monk, aged 7 months. [NZ'er 22 Oct 1856]

MORISON On 12th March 1856 in the Military Hospital from a wound on the head
received at the battle of Inkermann, Gunner Neil Morison of the Royal Artillery. 
[NZ'er 15 March 1856] 

MURDOCH At his residence, Onehunga, on Monday morning, 29th September 1856, 
Mr John Murdoch formerly of the 1st Battalion, Scotch Fusilier Guard, aged 54 yrs. 
The deceased fulfilled his term of service in the Enrolled Pensioner Corps in this 
province and was highly respected by his fellow Pensioners and by all who knew 
him as a citizen. He was an intelligent and thoughtful man and by his industry 
has been enabled to leave his widow and family comfortably provided for. 
[NZ'er 1 Oct 1856]

NICOL On Tuesday 2nd September 1856, at Freemans Bay, of dropsy, after a long
and painful illness which she bore with Christian fortitude, Mrs Nicol, wife

of William Nicol, in the 47th year of her age. Much regretted by her friends
and acquaintances. [NZ'er 6 Sept 1856]

O’BRIEN At his residence, Eden Hill, Kyber Pass-road, Tuesday afternoon, 22nd
April 1856, in the 73rd year of his age, Mr Andrew O’Brien, one of the Earliest 
settlers of New Zealand. May he rest in Peace. Amen. The friends of the late Mr 
Andrew O’Brien are respectfully informed that his funeral will leave his late residence, 
Eden Hill, Kyber Pass-road, at 2 o’clock and St Patrick’s Cathedral at 4 o’clock on 
the afternoon of  Thursday 24th April 1856. James Halyday, Undertaker. 
[NZ'er 23 April 1856]

PEEK On the 11th February 1856, Mary Patey, daughter of William Patey Peek,
aged 8 months. [NZ'er 13 Feb 1856]

POWDITCH At Moreton Bay, in May 1856, W G W Powditch Esq., of Hunter’s River NSW,
only son of W Powditch of Auckland, aged 29 yrs. [NZ'er 2 July 1856]

RAMPLING On Wednesday morning, 4th June 1856, at his residence Wyndham-street,
after a long and painful illness, James Rampling, in the 80th year of his age.
[NZ'er 11 June 1856]

SHALDERS In August 1856, Mr J Shalders of Worstead, Norfolk, the late father of 
R B Shalders, Queen-street. [NZ'er 15 Nov 1856]

SKINNER On 23rd April 1856, William Skinner of Russell, storekeeper, aged 43 yrs.
[NZ'er 21 May 1856]

TURNER On Thursday 4th September 1856 at East Tamaki, William Turner Esq, Snr,
aged 69 yrs. [NZ'er 6 Sept 1856]

VAILE At her residence, Claydon Farm, Gloucestershire, on 5th September 1855
Emma, the beloved wife of Henry Purser Vaile Esq, who also sunk under his painful 
bereavement and expired on the 19th November 1855 following, in the 47th year of 
his age. [NZ'er 12 April 1856]

VICKERS On Thursday 24th July 1856, Harriet, wife of Samuel Vickers Esq, Epsom-
Road, late of New Plymouth. [NZ'er 26 July 1856]

WOLLASTON At the Parsonage, Albany, King George’s Sound, on 3rd May 1856, 
the Venerable John Ramsden Wollaston, MA, Archdeacon of WesternAustralia, at 
65 yrs. [NZ'er 2 July 1856]

YOUNG On the 26th April 1856 at St George’s Bay, the infant daughter of William
Young Esq., aged 8 months. [NZ'er 30 April 1856]

1863

ANDERSON Suddenly at Louden, Wanganui, on Sunday morning the 20th Dec 1863, 
Rebecca,  the beloved wife of Mr Henry Anderson, aged 19.

BLAKEY November 24th 1863, Mary Ann, second daughter of Mr T G Blakey, Vincent-
street,  aged  17 years.

COMBES Dec 4, 1863, at her father’s residence, Hobson-street, Kate, the infant daughter
 of Mr  Walter Combes.

CROUDACE At his residence, Chapel-street, on the 17th November 1863, Henry Croudace 
Esq,  Civil Engineer, son of the late Thomas Croudace Esq, late agent to the Earl of Durham, 
Lambton  Castle, aged 46 years. Much regretted. Sydney papers please copy.

CUNNINGHAM Dec 1, 1863, at Dedwood, Mrs S J F Cunningham, wife of Joseph Cunningham, 
Resident Magistrate’s Court, Auckland.

HAYDON Michael Haydon, aged 44 years, after a short and severe illness, which he bore 
with  Christian patience and resignation, died a very holy death at his residence, Mechanics 
Bay, at a  quarter to 8 o’clock a.m. yesterday. [Wednesday 16 December 1863] Requiescat in 
Pace. At 8 o’ clock this morning [Thursday 17 Dec 1863] there will be a funeral service for 
the repose of his soul in the Church of St John the Baptist, Parnell. At 3 o’clock this afternoon 
his remains will  leave the same church for interment. Friends will please accept this invitation.

HOBAN On Saturday last, the 26th December 1863, Austin McGarry, infant son of Mr D H G 
Hoban, Parnell.

HOBEN On Saturday last, the 26th December 1863, Austin McGarvey, infant son of Mr D A G 
Hoben, Parnell.

HOLDEN Dec 3, 1863, at St George’s Bay, George Percy Foster, the beloved child of Edward F 
Holden Esq., aged 4 months.

HOWARD On Saturday, December 26th 1863, at St John’s College, Tamaki, Mabel Kate, infant 
daughter of Fred’k Howard Esq.

LONNERGAN Dec 13, 1863, the beloved wife of Daniel Lonnergan, Wynyard Hotel.

MAIR December 13, 1863, at Deveron, Whangarei, Mary Elizabeth, the beloved daughter of Mr 
Robert Mair, aged 16 months.

MURPHY On Saturday the 12th December 1863, at her residence Wellesley-street, the beloved 
wife of Thomas Murphy, aged 49 years.

PATTERSON Dec. 4, 1863, at Victoria-street, Annie Maria Stewart, infant daughter of James 
Patterson, aged eleven months.

PAUL On November 10th, 1863, at her residence, Symonds-street, Auckland, Annette, the 
beloved wife of Major James Paul, H M’s 65th Regt and Major of Brigade, aged 34 years.

SLEIGH On the 30th December 1863 at Abbey Lodge, St Johns Wood, England, William 
Wilcocks Sleigh Esq, MD, FSA, aged 69 years. . [NZH]

STEWART On the 4th December 1863, at Victoria-street, Annie Maria Stewart, infant daughter 
of James Patterson, aged 11 months.

TROY On the 31st December 1863, at the Library, Barracks, Theodore Morgan Troy, aged 
8 months.

WARDELL Dec 21, 1863, Walter Longhurst Wardell, aged 5 months.

WHITE Dec 15, 1863, at Short-street, Arthur Fingall Esdmonde, infant son of Dr Thomas 
Esmonde  White, HM 65th Regiment.

WOOD On the 26th December 1863, Bessie, eldest daughter of Mr Michael Wood, aged 7 
years and  9 months.

1864

ALEXANDER On August 16th, 1864, of scarlatina, Mary Isabella, daughter of Frederick and 
Sarah Alexander, of Otahuhu, aged 5 years.[NZH] 

ALEXANDER On the 27th February 1864, Mrs John ALEXANDER, aged 67 yrs. Residence 
Symonds- street. [NZH 29 Feb 1864]

ALLEN On the 14th March 1864, at her son in law’s house, Henry Sherrard, Hobson-street, 
Elizabeth  Allen, aged 80 years, of Cookstown, Co.Tyrone, Ireland. . [NZH]

ALLENDER On 5th January 1864, George Allender of Londonderry, Ireland, aged 60 years. . 
[NZH] 

ANTROBUS At Auckland, on the 24th August,1864 Edward Crauford Antrobus Esq., Major 
2nd Regt., Waikato Militia.[NZH]

ARBUCKLE On the 27th February 1864 [NZH 1 Feb 1864] at Union-street, Freeman’s Bay, 
David A H Arbuckle, aged 18 months, youngest son of Robert Arbuckle, late of Edinburgh.

ASHTON On the 16th March 1864, Ada Ellen, only and beloved daughter of William and 
Jessie Ashton, aged 1 year 5 months. . [NZH]

ASHURT At her residence, Graham-street, Mary Ashurt, aged 52 years. [NZH 7 July 1864]

AUSTIN On 17 February 1864 at Papakura, Edward Adolphous Austin. (Victorian papers 
please copy). [NZH]

BALDERSTON On 6th April 1864, Henry Balderston Esq, late Surgeon on the ship 
John Duncan, 
aged 33 years. London papers please copy. [SC 20 April 1864]

BALLIMY At Plymouth, Dr Ballimy, RN, at the advanced age of 90. He was with Lord 
Nelson in  various actions. [NZH Saturday 5 March 1864]

BELL On the 23rd February 1864, William Armstrong, only son of Mr Thomas Bell, aged 
1 year and  10 months. Residence, Brook-street near Victoria-street East.[NZH]

BELLAIRS On the 16th March 1864, at North Head, Eugenie Amelia, aged 1 year 7 months,
 second daughter of Mr Eugene Bellairs. . [NZH]

BERRIDGE On July 21st,1864 Clara, only daughter of Mr H Berridge, aged three years and 
three months.[NZH]

BETTANY On June 25th, 1864 Elizabeth Ann, the beloved daughter of Arthur and Ann Bettany,
 of Nelson-street, Auckland.[NZH]

BETTS On the 18th January 1864, at the residence of her son in law, Mr James Baber Jnr, 
Remuera,  Mrs Betts, aged 70 years.[NZH]

BEVERIDGE On January 21st 1864, on board the Ulcoats, the day before the arrival of the ship 
in Auckland, William, second son of John Beveridge Esq., London-street, Edinburgh.[NZH]

BLACKBURN On August 30th 1864 at Rosewood Terrace, opposite the Newton Post-office, 
Rebecca,  infant daughter of George and Margaret Blackburn, aged 1 month.[NZH]

BLACKBURN On 11 February 1864, at St John’s College, Elizabeth daughter of Rev John 
Blackburn, Rector of Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, England. [NZH]

BOLGER On June 4, 1864 at the residence of his father, Walter John, eldest son of Capt 
Edward Bolger, Harbour Master, Russell, aged 21 years.[NZH]

BOND On 20th April 1864, at his father’s residence Nelson-street, Edrige A Bond, son 
of James Bond,  aged 1 yr 7 mths. [SC 22 April 1864]

BOND At his residence on Sunday, 25th September 1864, at the Criterion Hotel, Hobson-
street, after  a short and painful illness, Mr James Curtis Bond, aged 45 years.

BOULTER On Tuesday 5th January 1864, Thomas, youngest son of Mr J Boulter, British 
Hotel, Queen -street, aged 12 months.[NZH] BRACKENBURY On March 31st, 1864, at 
Queendon Rectory, Essex, the Rev Joseph Brackenbury, M.A., Rector of Queendon, aged 
77 years. [NZH]

BRADEY At Upper West Queen-street, on the 17th March 1864, Emily Catherine, beloved 
wife of James Chas Brady, in her 26th year, of scarlatina and consequently regretted by all 
who knew her. Residence opposite Mr Young’s, West Queen-street.

BRADLEY On July 22nd,1864 at Symonds-street, Margaret, fourth daughter of the late 
Mr Bradley,  farmer, Mongonui. [NZH]

BRAY On June 29th,1864 the eldest daughter of George Bray, Mount Albert, aged 4 years 
and 5 months. Wesleyan Chapel, High-street. [NZH]

BRAY John, youngest son of Mr Thos Bray, of Newton, in his 19th year. [NZH Sat 6th Feb 
1864]

BROPHY On September 15th, 1864, Margaret, aged 10 years, only daughter of Edward 
and Catherine Brophy. Funeral from residence Hepburn-street.

BROPHY At Takapuna, on Monday, 29th February 1864, Mary, daughter of Captain 
Brophy, aged  8 years, of tetanus. Funeral at Roman Catholic Chapel. [NZH]

BROWN On the 19th February 1864, William Walter Brown, son of L H Brown, aged 
14 months.  Residence, Cracroft-street. [NZH]

BRYCE On 12 September, 1864 Marion Stark, infant daughter of William Bryce, at his 
residence, Cook-street.

BUCHANAN At Grafton-road, on January 11th 1864, the infant son of Mr W Buchanan. 
[NZH]

CALEY On the 27th September,1864 John James, eldest son of Mr Daniel Caley, aged 
14 years. [NZH]

CARADUS On 19th July 1864 at his father’s residence, Napier-street, David, fourth son of 
James and Elizabeth Caradus, aged 3 years and 8 months. [NZH]

CARADUS On August 11th, 1864, Alexander John Grierson, youngest son of James and 
Elizabeth Caradus, aged 18 months. [NZH]

CASEY On the 28th March 1864 at Parnell, Eliza Frances, wife of the late John, aged 49 years. 
Funeral from St John the Baptist Church. . [NZH]

CHAPMAN On Wednesday morning, the 31st August, 1864 James Chapman, aged 2 months,
 infant  son of James Chapman, Victoria-street. [NZH]

CHARLTON On January 26th, 1864, of croup, Emilia, infant daughter of John Charlton, 
Otahuhu,  aged 8 months. [NZH]

CHRISP On January 20th, 1864, at his brother’s residence, Victoria-street, Wm Shiply Chrisp, 
after a lingering illness, aged 20 years. [NZH]

CLARKE On 20 February 1864, William O C Clarke, aged 10 years, son of Thomas Clarke 
of the ship Tyburnia. [NZH]

CLARKE On the 25th February 1864, Mary Jane, aged 1 year 3 months, daughter of John 
Thomas  Clarke of the ship Tyburnia. [NZH]

COCKRAM On June 9th, 1864 after a lingering illness, Luke Cockram, aged 36 years. Residence, 
Hobson-street. [NZH]

CONDON On 10th February, 1864, at his residence Albert-street, Thomas Condon, aged 48 years.
[NZH]

COOMBE On the 31st March 1864, at the Savings Bank, Florence Coombe, aged 29 years. [NZH]

COOPER On 27 February 1864 at her father’s residence, Eliot-street, the infant son of 
James Cooper. [NZH]

COSTELLO On the 10th January 1864, after a short illness, at the Hibernian Hotel, Onehunga, 
Mr Jas Costello, aged 40 years, late 58th Regt. [NZH]

COTTINGHAM On July 27th,1864 Rosina Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Wolfran and Rosina 
Cottingham. [NZH]

CRAMER On 23rd April 1864, Christian Frederick, aged 15 months, infant son of C Cramer, 
Albert-street. Melbourne and Hobart papers please copy. [SC 25 April 1864]

CRESS On 29th April 1864, Mary Cress, eldest daughter of William Cress Esq, Ballykelly, 
Ireland.  Home papers please copy.

CRISP On January 25th, 1864, Urquhart William, son of Mrs Crisp, at her residence, York-street, 
Parnell, aged 1 year and 4 months. [NZH]

CURRIE At the Provincial Hospital, on 27th September 1864, Mr David Curtis, son of the late 
Dr Currie, Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland.

CURTIS On the 25th September 1864, John Curtis, late of the 58th Regt., aged 37 years. Funeral 
from residence, Chancery-street.

DARBY On the 8th August, 1864 at 11 a.m., Isabella, eldest daughter of Mr P Darby, aged 3 years 
and 9 months. [NZH]

DAVIES On Wednesday 1st May 1864, beloved daughter of Samuel & Elizabeth Davies, Albert-
street, aged 2 yrs 8 mths. [NZH]

DAVIS On Tuesday, August 30th, 1864 Ephemia Ida Davis, aged 19 months, youngest daughter 
of Charles Davis, Victoria Point. [NZH]

DAWES On 18 March 1864, drowned in the Waipa River by the upsetting of a canoe, Joseph , 
aged  19 years, only son of Joseph Davies of Onehunga. [SC 11 April 1864]

DAY On the 17th February 1864, Mary Jane, infant daughter of Mr J S Day, aged six months. 
Residence, Albert-street. [NZH]

DAY August 14th 1864, Thomas John Day, son of J S Day, aged 4 weeks. [NZH]

DEANS On the 18th August, 1864 at her father’s residence, Isabella Margaret, youngest daughter 
of Mr Walter Deans, aged 2 years and 6 months.

De THIERRY At Auckland, on Friday 8th July, 1864 after a short illness, Charles, Baron de 
Thierry,  aged 71 years. The funeral to leave his late residence, Wellesley-street. [NZH]

DEVENPORT At the residence of his father, Wakefield-street, Oliver, only son of Samuel 
Devenport  Esq., aged 17 years, late of Walsall, Staffordshire. [NZH 3 March 1864]

De WITTE On 15th May 1864, at her residence, St George’s Bay Road, Adele Celestine, beloved 
wife of Charles de Witte Esq, Waiheke. Requiem Mass at St John the Baptist’s Church, Parnell. 
[NZ 16 May 1864]

DIMOND On May 6th, 1864 in Honolulu, aged 26 years, Ellen Dickenson Dimond, wife of W H 
Dimond, Esq., eldest daughter of J T Waterhouse Esq., and grand-daughter of the late Rev John 
Waterhouse, General Superintendent of the Wesleyan Missions in Australasia and Polynesia. [NZH]

DINNIN [September 1864] At the residence of his son, Ponsonby-road, Michael Dinnin, aged 84 years.

DOLPHIN On 5th May, 1864 Ann, relict of the late George Dolphin Esq., of Peachley-Hallow, 
Worcester and mother of Mrs Dalton of this town, Cheltenham.

DOONIN On the 17th March 1864, Amelia, youngest daughter of T W Doonin, aged 2 years 
3 months. . [NZH]

DOYLE On 24th April 1864, Thomas Doyle, aged 64 years. Residence West Queen-street. . [NZH]

DUDLEY On August 25th 1864 at Rangiora, Canterbury, NZ, Mary Frances, wife of the Rev B 
W Dudley, Rural Dean of the Northern District. [NZH]

DUDLEY On the 12th February 1864, at Parnell, Mary Catherine, daughter of the Rev B 
Thornton Dudley, aged 15 weeks. [NZH]

EADE On January 18th, 1864, at Remuera, Henry, third son of Mr Richd Eade, aged 10 years. [NZH]

ELLIS On the 8th March, 1864 drowned, Thomas Sidney Colebrook Ellis, second son of Oliver S 
Ellis, of Auckland, from the Ida Ziegler on her passage home to England, aged 6 years. [NZH]

ENSOR On August 11th, 1864 at the residence of his father, Nelson-street, James Alfred Villiers 
Ensor, aged 13 years. [NZH]

EWEN On the 7th April 1864, Laura Isabella, daughter of Charles Ewen, of West Tamaki, aged 
8 months. . [NZH]

FALLWELL On January 24th 1864, at Papakura, Edward William, youngest son of Mr S Fallwell. 
[NZH]

FARRELL On 11 February 1864, at her residence, Pitt-street, Elizabeth, beloved wife of Thomas 
Farrell, eldest daughter of Mr James Denis Kelly, North Shore, aged 20 years. [NZH]

FEATHERSTON At Wellington on Wednesday morning, the 16th March 1864, Bethia Campbell, 
wife of Dr I E Featherson, Superintendent of the Province, aged 18 years. . [NZH]

FENNELL On the 29th June, 1864, from diarrhea, Sarah Danning, infant daughter of Arthur 
Fennell, aged 3 months. [NZ’er 4 July 1864]

FLETCHER On Sunday 3 July 1864, to Mrs John Fletcher, Wesley College, of a son ???(birth???)

FLYNN Ann, on the 28th March 1864, at Onehunga, beloved wife of John, aged 30 years. 
[SC 1 Apr 1864]

FLYNN On 4th May 1864, at Onehunga, John, aged 57 years. [NZ 5 May 1864]

FOSTER On 20 February 1864, at Auckland, George Foster, late of Sydney. [NZH]

FRANKLYN At the North Shore, Wednesday 27th April 1864, Henry Bowles Franklyn, MB, 
aged 36 years. . [NZH]

FRASER On the 22nd March 1864 at Russell, Bay of Islands, Peter Law Fraser, late of Stirling, 
Scotland. English and Colonial papers please copy. . [NZH]

FRIEND On 2 March 1864, at her residence Hobson-street, Elizabeth, wife of G W Friend. . 
[NZH 3 March 1864]

FRIEND On Monday the 14th March 1864, Elizabeth, beloved child of G W Friend, aged 4 years. 
Residence Hobson-street.[NZH]

FURNESS On the 3rd January 1864, Henry James, son of Mr H Furness, aged 16 months. [NZH]

GAMBLE At Auckland on the 24th September 1864, Eleanor Mary, infant daughter of Lt-Colonel 
Gamble, CB, Deputy Quartermaster General.

GIBBES On the 29th February 1864 at Takapuna, North Shore, aged 25 years, Robert Osborn 
Gibbes, second son of Sir Samuel Osborn Gibbes, Baronet. [NZH 3 March 1864]

GILBERD January 11, 1864, James Henry Gilberd, aged one month. [NZH]
GILHAM On the 23rd March 1864, at Onehunga, Hannah Bella Gilham, aged 6 months. . [NZH]

GOOD On the 19th January 1864, Agnes, aged 17 months. The funeral will leave Mr Jackman’s, 
Fort Street. [NZH]

GRAHAM June 14th, 1864 Ellen, the second daughter of John Graham, painter, Remuera. [NZH]

GRAHAM On July 13th, 1864 John Anderson Graham, youngest son of Mr John Graham, painter, 
Remuera. [NZH]

GRAY On the 24th Jan, 1864, at Parnell, Joseph Wright, twin son of Jas Gray, aged five months. 
[NZH]

GREENWOOD On July 7th,1864 Walter, the infant son of William and Dorothy Greenwood, 
North Shore, aged 9 months. [NZH]

GUILDING On 14 September 1864 at his residence Alten-road, John Guilding, aged 65 years.

HAMLIN On August 8th, 1864 at the residence of the Rev J Hamlin, John George, youngest 
son of Mr Job Hamlin, of Papakura. [NZH]

HANNKEN On 22nd April 1864, of inflammation of the stomach, George Frederick, infant 
son of F Hannken, Queen-street. [SC 23 April 1864]
HANSON Catherine Mary Ann Hanson, on January 5th, 1864, aged 38 years. Funeral from 
residence, Newton. [NZH]

HARRISON On January 5th, 1864, Mary Ann Harrison, aged 38 years. [NZH]

HEAPS On January 21st, 1864, at his residence, Wellesley-street, Mr Geo Heaps, aged 49 years. 
[NZH]

HENDERSON On Wednesday 10th August, 1864, in Vincent-street, At Auckland, Sarah, 
daughter  of Adam and Jane Henderson, aged two months. [NZH]

HESKETH This morning [NZH Sat 28 May 1864] at Remuera, Emmanuel Hesketh, aged 51 yrs.

HILL On February 29th, 1864 of scarlet fever, John Boucher, eldest and beloved son of Mr 
T B Hill, Chemist, Victoria-street, Auckland, aged 5 years. Residence Victoria-street. [NZH]

HILL On Thursday, August 18th,1864 Charles Boucher, youngest and beloved son of Mr T B Hill, 
chemist, Victoria-street, aged 16 months. [NZH]

HILLS On January 20th, 1864, at her residence, Wynyard-street, Matilda Maria Hills, aged 43 years, 
the beloved wife of Mr Chas Hills, coachbuilder. [NZH]

HOOPER On the 5th May, 1864, Mary Jane Hooper, infant daughter of Walter Hooper, aged 13 
months. Residence, Lower Hobson-street

HOYE On January 26th 1864, at Newton, Josephine Sarah, infant daughter of Mr Geo Hoye, 
of Wairoa, aged 8 months. [NZH]

HUNTER On 26th April 1864, at his residence, Victoria Quadrant, George Edward Hunter, aged 
52. . [NZH]

HUNTER on 14th May 1864, Joseph, beloved son of Margaret and William Hunter, aged 15 yrs 
10 mths. [NZ 16 May 1864]

JACKSON On the 30th August, 1864 Nathan, fourth son of Mr Thomas G Jackson, Tarnsfield, 
Notts., England, aged 15 years. [NZH]

JACKSON On the 13th January 1864, at Remuera, Andrew, third son of Samuel Jackson, aged 2 
years and 4 months. [NZH]

JAMIESON On the 5th May 1864, Janet, infant daughter of William Jamieson, Union-street, aged 
1 yr 4 mths.

JOHNSON On Sunday 8th May 1864, Robert JOHNSON, aged 20 years, deeply regretted by all
 who knew him. Residence, Royal Hotel. [NZH]

KEALS On the 8th 1864 inst., Catherine, beloved wife of Mr Richard Keals, aged 37 years. Residence, 
Victoria-street. [NZH]

KELLY On the 12th June, 1864 at his residence, Cook-street, Captain Henry Kelly, aged 42 years. 
years. Premises adjoining Printing Office, Durham-street. [NZH]

KERTH On 10th May 1864, John, only son of the late Mr Kerth, aged 3 years, from the residence 
of his stepfather, Mr R Hewson of H M C, Parnell.

KIRKLAND On 28th May 1864, Mrs Jane Ann Kirkland, aged 53 years. Residence, Nelson-street.
 [NZ 30 May 1864]

KUNST On Friday 13th May 1864, William Henry [NZH]

LAW On January 10th, 1864, at the Mission House, at Tarawera, aged 28, Charlotte Grace, the 
beloved wife of Geo Law Esq., Civil Commissioner at Taupo. [NZH]

LEARY On 24th April 1864, at his residence Queen-street, F Leary, in his 58th year. . [NZH]

LEONARD On August 4th, 1864 at Camp Te Papa, Tauranga, of dysentery, Falcon Peter Leonard, 
Lieut. HM 18th Royal Irish, attached to the Commissariat Transport Corps. [NZH]

LEPINE On 27th May 1864, at Upper Queen-street, Nanny Alexander, youngest daughter of Mr 
W Lepine, aged 7 years. [NZH]

LEPINE On June 1st, 1864 at Walworth, London, Jane, wife of Mr William Lepine, formerly 
of Canterbury, Kent, aged 79 years. [NZH]

LOCKWOOD On 14th April 1864, Elizabeth, beloved wife of D Lockwood. . [NZH]

LONNERGAN On 6th June 1864, Mr Daniel Lonnergan, of the Wynyard Hotel. Members of the 
IOOFMU requested to attend. [NZ 7 June 1864]

LOOMB On the 25 Jan, 1864, at her father’s residence, Hobson’s Park, Parnell, Jane, the eldest
 daughter of Jas Loomb, aged 5 years and 7 months. [NZH]

LORIGAN June 14th, 1864 Jane Lorigan, relict of the late D Lorigan, of Auckland, aged 68 years, 
after a short but painful illness, borne with Christian fortitude, deeply lamented by a large circle 
of relatives and friends. Residence, Chapel-street. [NZH]

LORIGAN On 25th April 1864, at his mother’s residence Albert-street, John F Lorigan, son of the 
late P Lorigan, in his 17th year. . [NZH]

LUNDON On 9th Aug 1864 aged 69 years, Ellen, wife of P Lundon, at her residence, Green 
Park, Great South Road. Funeral at St Peter’s Cathedral, Auckland.[NZH]

MacGREGOR At Raglan on the 11th January 1864, the infant son of Major MacGregor, 65th 
Regt., aged one month. [NZH]

MACKEY On the 3rd September, 1864 Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr Thomas Hancock and the
 beloved wife of Mr Hugh Mackey, aged 34 years. [NZH]

MALLINSON On the 11th Jan 1864, at his residence, Edwardes-street, Samuel C Mallinson, 
aged 50 years. [NZH]

MARKS On Friday morning, Annie Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas and Ann Marks, aged one 
week. [NZH] ?

MASON On 2nd March, 1864, at Papakura, Rupert Mason, aged 5 months, youngest son of Sub-
Inspector Bower, CDF. [NZH]

MATHIAS On June 18, 1864 at his residence, Riccarton, Canterbury, the Venerable Archdeacon 
Mathias. MAY On the 25th July 1864, Mr Nathaniel May, aged 44 years., Neil Murray, second 
son of Mr Angus McFadyen, Charlotte Town, Ireland, of Moy, Invernesshire, aged 45 yrs. He 
was one of the earliest settlers in Auckland where he resided during the last nine years and 
has gained the universal respect of the inhabitants. He had frequent attacks of paralysis during 
the last twelve months, of one of which he died, after a week’s suffering, on Sunday last. His 
remains will be conveyed to the ground at 3 o’clock this afternoon. [NZH]

McFADYEN On the 20th March 1864, from exhaustion whilst clinging to the rig of the schooner 
Rapid . [NZH]

McMICHIAL On 18th April 1864, William McMichial, aged 23 years, a native of England. [SC 20 
April 1864]

McMILLAN On Thursday September 22nd, 1864, at the Waipu, after a long illness, Ann, the 
beloved wife of Archibald McMillan of that place, aged 34 years.

MITCHELSON On the 28th March 1864, Alexander James, aged 12 years. Residence, Nelson-street. . 
[NZH]

M’NAMARA On August 6th, 1864 aged 1 year and three months, Catherine, daughter of Mr John 
Scott M’Namara, dealer, Queen-street.

MONRO On June 24th,1864 at her residence, Parnell, Mary, relict of the late Mr William Monro,
 of Hokianga, aged 28 years. [NZH]

MONRO On the 9th October 1864, at his residence, Stockton-street, San Francisco, California, Mr 
P Monro, formerly of Auckland, aged 70 years. [NZH]

MOONEY On 3rd August, 1864 Edith, second daughter of Mr M Mooney, Dunnstown, aged 1 year 
and 6 months.

MOONEY On Thursday, August 18th, 1864 at her residence, Wellesley-street, after a short and 
painful illness, Anne Mooney, the wife of James Mooney, aged 49 years. [NZH]

MOORE On the 11th March 1864, at Geddes Point, Onehunga, David, youngest son of James 
Moore, aged 17 years. . [NZH]

MOSS On the 8th April 1864, at her residence Grey-street, Sarah Ann, beloved wife of Robert, 
aged 23 (or 25) years. . [NZH]

MULRENNAN On 12 March 1864, at his residence Lansdowne-crescent, Tamaki, Thomas 
Mulrennan,  aged 50 years, father in law of Sgt Crotty, 40th Regt. [SC 23 April 1864]

NAUGHTON At the residence of his father, Hobson-street, on Sunday 14 February 1864, Joseph 
Andrew, son of J F Naughton, aged 5 months. [NZH]

O’BEIRNE On Monday 18th July 1864, Mary Ann, third daughter of O’Beirne aged 14 yrs 6
 months, funeral will leave the residence at Chancery Street. [NZ/er 19 July 1964]

PAGDEN On the 5th My 1864, at her residence, Forest Hill near London, Auguusta, wife of 
J W Pagden Esq of Alfriston, Sussex and second daughter of J S Winstanley. [NZ/er 28 July 1864]

PAYNE On June 20th,1864 at Parnell, Maria Anne, aged 2 years and 6 months, only child of 
Thomas W and Fanny Payne. [NZH]

PAYNE On the 24th March 1864, Charles, beloved son of George & Ann Payne, aged 14 months. . 
[NZH]

PEARCE On Sunday, 7th February 1864, Margaret Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Thomas 
Pearce Esq, Surgeon, Newton, aged 11 months. [NZH]

PEIRCE On the 19th March 1864, Arthur, eldest son of Mr Peirs, Surgeon, Newton. . [NZH]

PENMAN On 6th February 1864, John Robert, son of John Penman. [NZH]

PETTIT On 12 September, 1864 James, son of John Pettit, cabinet-maker, at his residence, Albert 
and Wellesley-streets, aged 5 years.

PETTIT On 17th May 1864, William J Pettit, late of Sydney, aged 82 yrs. Sydney papers please 
copy. [NZ 18 May 1864]

PHAIR On 14th April 1864, at the William Denny Hotel, after a short illness, Francis Phair, 
formerly of Cork, Ireland, aged 49 years. Home papers please copy. . [NZH]

PHILCOX On 15th May 1864, Ellen, aged 4 years. Residence, Albert-street. [NZ 16 May 1864]

PHILLIPS On 14th April 1864 at the General Hospital, Auckland, Benjamin Phillips, Colour 
Sergeant, 65th Regt. . [NZH]

PIERCE On the 2nd March 1864, William John Patrick, infant son of George & Horatia Pierce, 
aged 13 months. . [NZH 3 March 1864]

PIERCE On the 18th March 1864, at Upper Symonds-street, Caroline Elizabeth, daughter of 
George & Horatia Pierce, aged 5 weeks. . [NZH]

PIERCE On the 25th March 1864, Annie, eldest and only surviving child of T D Pierce Esq., 
Surgeon, Newton, aged 3 years 9 months. . [NZH]

PORTER On June 30th, 1864 at the Albert Barracks, Arthur George, the eldest son of Sergeant
 C Porter, Royal Engineers, aged 9 years and 2 months. [NZH]

POWELL At his residence, Chapel-street, Auckland, on 25th April 1864, Mr Edward Powell,
 formerly of Fountain, Co.Clare, Ireland, aged 77 years. Funeral at St Patrick’s Cathedral. . [NZH]

O’BEIRNE On 18th July,1864 Mary Ann, third daughter of Paterick (sic) O’Beirne, at her 
father’s residence, Chancery-street, aged 14 years and 6 months. [NZH]

OWEN On 16 September 1864 at Mt Eden, Epsom, aged 14 days, Joseph, infant son of George 
Burgoyne Owen, Esq.

QUARTIER On June 27th 1864 at Dedwood, Marc Aurele, infant son of Mr and Mrs Quartier. 
[NZH] ?QUANTIER

RAINSFORD At Parnell, on 15th April 1864, Joseph M Rainsford, Deputy Asst Supt., Military 
Store Staff, New Zealand, youngest son of William E Rainsford Esq, Rainsford Lodge, Co.Wexford, 
Ireland, aged 33 years. . [NZH]

RAYMOND On 1st February 1864 at the Union Bank of Australia, Wellington, Phoebe Elizabeth, 
wife of J C Raymond Esq, at the Union Bank of Australia, Sydney. [NZH]

READING On January 6th, 1864, Chas Reading, aged 16 months, son of Mr J W Reading, 
tobacconist, Shortland-street, Auckland. [NZH]

REED On September 9th, 1864, at Onehunga, Alice, fourth daughter of Mr Nathaniel Reed, 
aged 7 years.

REED On September 12, 1864, Thomas, the only son of Mr Nathaniel Reed, aged 14 years.

REED At Onehunga, on September 21st 1864, Amelia, third daughter of Mr Nathaniel Reed, 
aged 9 years. Deeply beloved.

REED On the 1st January 1864 at Stokes Point, North Shore, Mr John Reed, aged 23 years. 
Universally esteemed and regarded. [NZH]

RICHARDS On June 17th, 1864 at his mother’s residence, West Queen-0sgtreet, Mathias Richards,
 third son of Mrs Catherine Cavanagh, aged 14 years. [NZH]

RIGG On the 7th March 1864, Louis Michael, youngest son of J Rigg, Auckland, aged 10 months. . 
[NZH]

RHODES On June 18, 1864 At Purau, Canterbury, Geo. Rhodes, Esq (brother of Captain Rhodes,
 of Wellington). [NZH]

RHODES On January 14th, 1864, at her father’s residence, Mechanic’s Bay, Idia Matilda Rhodes, 
aged 20 months.

ROBINSON On 23rd February 1864, at Onehunga, Ferdinand Warner, son of Mr T J Robinson, 
of Mauku, aged 7 months. [NZH]

RUSSELL On August 17th 1864 at her residence, on the Great North Road, after a short and 
painful illness, Elizabeth Mitchell Adam, wife of David Russell, aged 56 years. [NZH]


RYAN On August 17th, 1864 Michael, the ninth son of Mr Michael Ryan. [NZH]

RYLE On his passage to Sydney on board the barque Gazelle, on the 29th May 1864, Capt 
John Ryle, late of Auckland (formerly commander of the brig John Wesley) aged 28 years. 
[NZ 28 June 1864]

SCHAFER On the 24th March 1864, at West Queen-street, Frederic William, youngest son 
of Charles Schafer, aged 16 years. . [NZH]

SCOTT On September 3rd,1864 at the residence of his father, Pitt-street, after a painful illness, 
Thomas Scott, beloved son of Alice and Thomas Scott, aged 12 years. [NZH]

SCOTT On the 11th April 1864 at his residence, Grey-street, Thomas SCOTT, late of Mahurangi,
 aged 64 years. . [NZH]

SEABROOK On 21st April 1864, Algernon Russell, youngest son of John Seabrook, Vincent-
street, aged 11 months. [SC 22 April 1864]

SELLORS On Thursday morning, August 12th, 1864 at his residence, Victoria-street, Mr 
George Sellors, aged 52 years, formerly of HM 58th Regt., and lately of the Auckland Armed 
Police Force. [NZH]

SHANAGHAN On August 15th, 1864 Edward, youngest son of Quarter-Master Shanaghan, 
4th Regiment, W.M., aged 5 years and 10 months. [NZH]

SHEPHERD At the Provincial Hospital, on 31st July, 1864 Mr John Shepherd of this city. [NZH]

SHERRET On 22nd April 1864, at Onehunga, William Alexander Sherret, aged 6 years, at
 his stepfather’s residence. Presbyterian Burying-ground. [SC 23 April 1864]

SHORT On August 6th, 1864 Naomi, the beloved wife of Mr Thomas Short, of this city, aged 
46 years. [NZH]

SIMS On the 28th January 1864, Mr Frederick Sims, aged 39 years. Funeral from residence,
 Shortland-street. [NZH]

SIMPSON On 25th February 1864, at Onehunga, infant son of Ralph Simpson, aged 10 months. [NZH]

SLEIGH On the 16th January 1864, at Bayswater, London, Sarah, widow of the late William 
Wilcocks Sleigh, aged 66 years. . [NZH]

SMITH On August 22nd, 1864 at the residence of his father, Wakefield-street, William Leicester,
 youngest son of Mr George Smith, aged 8 years and 10 months. [NZH]

SMITH On July 5th, 1864 Sabina Charlotte, the beloved daughter of Mr W Smith, Hobson-street, 
aged 2 years and 9 months. [NZH]

SMITH On July 5, 1864 at his residence, Hobson-street, Thomas, third son of William Smith. [NZH]

SMITH On 16th June 1864 at the Military Hospital, Auckland, from inflammation of the brain, 
Capt Augustus Frederick Smith, formerly of HM 99th Regt and lately Inspector of Volunteer 
Artillery, Southern Division, Tasmania. Tasmanian and English papers to copy. [NZ 28 June 1864]

SOALL On July 3rd, 1864 Mrs Ellen Soal, aged 55 years. [NZH]

SOUTH On the 5th January 1864 at Otahuhu, Mary, the wife of Mr Pvte South, aged 36 years. [NZH]

SPEIGHT On 25th July, 1864 at Parnell, Amelia Brighton, daughter of Staff Sergeant Major 
Speight, aged 4 years and 11 months. [NZH]

SPICER On the 20th February 1864, Alexander Fredrick Woodhouse, youngest son of Mr A H 
Spicer, aged 3 years. Residence, Glenlaverock, Titirangi. [NZH]

STEPHENSON On 4th August, 1864 Francis, only son of Mr T Stephenson, at his father’s residence, 
corner Wellesley and Chapel-streets, aged 24 years.

STEPHENSON On January 30th 1864, Charles, infant son of Mr Chas Stephenson aged 8 weeks. [NZH]

STEPHENSON At Parnell, on the 6th inst., ? Sgt James Stephenson, 2nd Class, Auckland Militia,
 son of Frederick Stephenson Esq., of Eagleaston, Birmingham. . [NZH]

STEWART On 8th February 1864, drowned at Whaingaroa, Herbert, Frederick Alexander, eldest 
son of T S Stewart, of the Grove, Waitetuna, aged 3 years 11 months. [NZH]

SWINBOURN On 9th April 1864 at his residence, Trafalgar-street, Onehunga, Mr William Swinbourn,
 in his 79th year. [SC 12 April 1864]

SYMS On Wednesday evening, 28th September 1864, Emma, third daughter of Thomas Syms, Baker, 
Freeman’s Bay.

TATTERSALL On the 19th February 1864, Ralph, second son of the late Mr William Tattersall, 
aged 31 years. Residence, Dean-cresc. beside the Auckland Club. [NZH]TAYLOR On the 20th 
February 1864 at Alberton, Martha, wife of Allan K Taylor Esq, aged 24 years. [NZH]

TAYLOR On 15th July 1864 at Alberton, Allan Meredith, son of Allan K Taylor Esq., aged 
5 months. [NZH]

TAYLOR On the 20th February 1864 at Alberton, Martha, wife of Allan K Taylor Esq, aged 
24 years. [NZH]

THOMPSON On the 6th April 1864, at her brother in law’s residence, Upper Queen=street, 
James Quinlan, Mrs Mary Thompson (Colpey’s), late of Shannonview, Knock, Co.Clare, Ireland.

TODD [Paper of 9th Sept 1864] At the residence of her son in law, William Dick, Wellesley-street, 
Isabella Todd, aged 71 years.

TODD On the 9th April, 1864 after a short illness, Richard C Todd, son of Rev E Todd, Vicar
 of St Austell, Cornwall, England. . [NZH]

TURNER On the 22nd July 1864 instant, Amelia, the beloved wife of Captain Turner, of the 
American ship ‘Roslyn’, aged 27 years. [NZH]

VAILE On the 18 February 1864, Francis Samuel, son of J R Vaile, aged 13 months. . [NZH]

VERCOE At Takapuna on 21st May 1864, Joseph Lawry, youngest son of J L Vercoe, aged 
2 yrs 9 mths. [SC 30 May 1864]
VICKERY At her father’s residence, Albert Foundry, on the 25 March 1864, Ada Hutching, 
youngest daughter of Mr W Vickery, aged 6 months. . [NZH]

WAITE On 31st March 1864, Frederick, eldest son of Jerry W Waite, aged 16 years. Residence, 
West-street, Newton. . [NZH]

WALDIE On the 4th February 1864, at Auckland of dysentery, John Phillips Waldie, aged 10 
years, the beloved son of Jas Waldie. [NZH]

WALKER At Onehunga, on the 4th February 1864, in his 57th year, Mr F Walker, formerly of 
Egham, Surrey, England. [NZH]

WALKER At Onehunga, on the 4th February 1864, in his 57th year, Mr F Walker, formerly of 
Egham, Surrey, England. [NZH]

WALKER On 14th March 1864, Henry Walker, aged 14 yearsWALL On June 3rd, 1864 Mrs Ellen 
Wall, aged 55 years. Funeral from son in law’s residence, Epsom. [NZH]

WALSH On January 4th, 1864, Geo Henry, eldest son of Corpl Henry Walsh, 65th Regt., Abercrombie-
street, aged 18 months. [NZH]

WALL On June 3rd, 1864 Mrs Ellen Wall, aged 55 years. Funeral from son in law’s residence, 
Epsom. [NZH]

WALSH On January 4th, 1864, Geo Henry, eldest son of Corpl Henry Walsh, 65th Regt., 
Abercrombie-street, aged 18 months. [NZH]

WARBRICK At the residence of Mr John Taylor, Davenport-street, Parnell, Christiana 
Warbrick, aged 6 years. [NZ 1 June 1864]

WARD On the 6th Jan, 1864, after a long and painful illness, borne with Christian fortitude, 
Mr Bryant Ward, formerly of O’Connell-street, aged 70 years. [NZH]

WARREN On the 24th August, 1864 at the residence of Mr Lennant, Victoria-street West, 
Mr J Warren, bookbinder, (late of the ‘New Zealander’ Office), aged 56.[NZH]

WATERHOUSE  On the 8th July 1864, of diphtheria, at Amhurst, Victoria, Florence Alexandra,
 only daughter of Rev Samuel Waterhouse, aged 14 months [NZ’er 30 July 1864]

WATKIN On 4th May 1864, at Parnell, Mr William Watkin, Carpenter, aged 33. Private, 
No.5 Co., second-class Auckland Militia. [NZ 5 May 1864]

WATTS January 3rd, 1864, at her residence, Nelson-street, Anne, beloved wife of Mr John 
Watts, aged 34 years. [NZH]

WAYMOUTH On 27th April 1864, at his father’s residence, Napier-street, Freemans Bay, Walter,
 beloved son of John & Ann Waymouth, aged 6 years. . [NZH]

WEIR On the 30th January 1864, at his residence, Otahuhu, John Weir, pensioner, late Royal 
Artillery. [NZH]

WELBY On 7th September, 1864 at the Governor Brown Hotel, Patrick Welby, aged 29 years.

WHEELER On 27th April 1864, at his residence, Union-street, Freemans Bay, Mary, beloved 
wife of George Henry Wheeler, aged 29 years. . [NZH]

WHITE On the 2nd March 1864, Frances Elizabeth, aged 3 years, daughter of William White, 
carpenter, Howick. [NZH]

WILES On the 5th April 1864, at Newmarket, after a painful illness, Mr William Wiles, aged 43.
 Leaving a widow and 6 infant children. [SC 8 April 1864]

WILLIAMS On Monday 14th March 1864 at his father’s residence, Mr William Williams, Sergeant, 
No.3 Company, Auckland Rifle Volunteers, aged 19 years. Residence, Parnell.

WILLIAMS On the 29th March 1864, William J Williams Jr, stonemason, at his father’s residence, 
Vincent-street, aged 21 years. . [NZH]

WHITE On the 13th January 1864, Thos. Son of Mr R White, Shipwright, of this town, aged 2
 years. [NZH]

WINSTANLEY On the 18th March 1864 at her residence, Brighton, Sussex, Catherine, wife of 
John Winstanley Esq of 10 Paternoster Row, London. [NZ’er 28 July 1864]

WILSON On 27th July, 1864 Caroline Dixon, beloved wife of Capt. John Wilson, 3rd Waikato 
Militia,  at the residence of Mrs West, corner Wellesley and Chapel-streets [NZH]

WOOD On the 15th February 1864, Nellie, infant daughter of Mr Michael Wood, aged 15 months. 
[NZH]

WOOD On the 9th February 1864, Mary Theodora, infant daughter of Mr E Wood, aged 6 months. 
[NZH]WOOD On the 29th September 1864, from a fall from his horse, John Hutchinson Wood, Esq, 
late 2nd Waikato Regt., aged 29 years. Funeral from residence, Alten-road, below the Scottish Church. 
[A report on the inquest in NZH of 23 Sept

WOOD On the 29th September 1864, from a fall from his horse, John Hutchinson Wood, Esq, late 
2nd Waikato Regt., aged 29 years. Funeral from residence, Alten-road, below the Scottish Church.
 [A report on the inquest in NZH of 23 Sept

WRIGHT February 17th 1864, at his father’s residence, Albert-street, Frank, sixth son of William 
Wright, Waterman.[NZH

WYLIE At the Ferry Hotel, Panmure, on 6th January 1864, John, infant son of William Wylie. [NZH]

1868

LORRIGAN John, son of the late Patrick Lorrigan, on Monday 25th April 1868, at his mother’s 
residence, Albert-street. . [NZH]

1880

AVEY
On Marcth 26, George Augustus Avey, late of the Park Hotel, in the 41st year
of his age - Suffolk papers please copy.

GALLOWAY
On March 31, at the Manse, Pukekohe, the Rev James Galloway; age 37yrs. The
funeral will leave the Manse to-day ( Sat ), the 3rd, by train, for the
Presbyterian Burying ground near Otahuhu, at 12.30 p.m., reaching the
Papatoetoe Station at 2pm. Friends will please accept this invitation.

GREIRSON
On March 30 at Ponsonby, Walter Rae Grierson, of Waikato, aged 19yrs.

HESKETH
On March 29, at St John's Wood, Epsom, George Alfred, infant son of Edwin
and Jane Hesketh, aged 5m.

HIND
Drowned in the harbour of Auckland NZ., on March 14, Mr Hugh Hind, formerly
of Belfast, Ireland - Belfast papers please copy.

HUNTER
At Parnell, on March 30, Alexander Hunter aged 44yrs.

WATSON
On March 27 at West Queen St in the 55th year of her age, the beloved wife
of F Watson.

TURNBULL
On March 2 at 57 Gold St, Collingwood, Melbourne, William Turnbull, the
beloved son of Margaret McCallum and William Turnbull, aged 23yrs and
5months.

WALKER
On March 19, Austin B Walker, of Sydenham, England aged 28yrs.


1887


ASHTON    On Feb 15th, at his res, Church St Devonport, Herbert Ashton aged
81yrs.

BOOTH    On Feb 6  at her late res Marshfield, Archhill, Ann, the beloved wife of 
Thomas Booth,  in her 68th year, - Doncaster papers to copy

CHADWICK    On Feb 8 after a long illness, Florence, eldest d/o JohnChadwick, Pukekohe.

CROUCH    On Feb 5 at her late res Arney St, Sarah catherine, the w/o George Crouch and d/o 
Mr Colin McIntosh Archhill.

CUNNINGHAM
On Feb 23 at her daughters res, Nelson St, Mary, the relict of the late
George Cunningham, aged 82 yrs.  Sydney and Melbourne papers please copy.

DENNERLY    On Feb 11 at the res of her son (J Dennerly), Tararu, Thames,
Hannah Dennerly aged 68yrs

DODS
On Jan 4 at Salters Hill, Upper Norswood, near London, Andrew Chalmers Dods,
late of of Higham, Kent, youngest son of the late Dr Andrew Dods R N., aged
47yrs

FERGUSON    On Feb 7 at Karaka St, Newton, Margaret (Meta) Kenip, the elder
and beloved d/o Thomas and Emily J Ferguson, aged 5yrs and 10months.

FERRALL     On the evening of Feb 4 at her late res Mt Smart Rd, Onehunga, Sarah, 
relict of  the late George Ferrall aged 78yrs.

FOLEY    On Feb 7 at her res, Pitt St, Mrs John Foley.

GARDINER
On Feb 23, Jacob, the beloved son of Pearson and Ellen Gardiner aged 31 yrs.

GIBBS    On Feb 9 at his res, Hobson St, Charles Gibbs of Coromandel, aged
46yrs.

HILL
On Feb 27, at her res Mt Smart Rd, One-Tree-Hill Farm, Emma, the faithful
wife of C V Hill, aged 43 yrs, leaving ten of a family to mourn their loss -
five sons and five daughters.

HILL
On Feb 27, at her parents res, One-Tree-Hill, Emma infant daughter of C V
and Emma Hill aged 1 day.

HOPKINS    On the 9th Feb at the res of her son-in-law, T Moyle, Sandes St,
Block 27 Thames, Margaret Hopkins, relict of the late Charles Hopkins,
formerly Sergeant-Major H M, 58th Reg, aged 76ys.

HUME    At his res Willoughby St Shortland, after a long illness, Alexander Hume e
 s/o the late  Dr A W Hume, Belfast Victoria in the 51st year of his age.

JOHNSON
On Dec 27 1886, at Stranahil, Co Wicklow, Ireland, Mary, widow of the late
Charles Fraser Johnson, solicitor, Dublin, aged 70 yrs.

JOHNSTON     On Jan 10 at Tamanoa, Fiji, of acute dysentery, William Walter Harding, 
second  s/o Rev Canon Johnston of KatiKati NZ and Fort Johnston co
Monaghan Ireland aged ?

KENNEDY
On the 25th ult, at the res of her son-in-law, James WALKER, Ponsonby,
Catherine Kennedy, aged 82yrs. Napier papers please copy.

KENSINGTON On Feb 7 at Mt Albert, Roland Georffrey Kensington aged 14months.

KINGOn Feb 23, the infant son of Thomas King, Ponsonby Rd.

LASTON     On Nov 7  at Clifton Crescent London SE, Edward Saumbrex De Hault 
Laston second  s/o  the Captain Laston, R N and son-in-law to the late Mr George 
Ferrall of Onehunga aged 65

LINDSAY
On Feb 25, at Ngaruawahia, after a lingering illness, John Robert Reid,
eldest son of James Purvis and Lucia Eliza Lindsay, aged 16yrs.

McLEAN    On Feb 11 at his parents res, Franklin Rd, Dawson Barker, infant
s/o Neil McLean, builder aged 3/2months.

McNIECE
On Feb 24 at his fathers res, Waiotahi Creek, William John, infant son of
James McNiece.

MELVILLE    On Feb 10 1887, alexander Rovert Melville, eldest s/o Robert and
Janet Melville, aged 18mnths.

MINOGUE    On Feb 12 at her daughters res, Grey St, Johanne Minogue, in her
58th year, after a long and painful illness.

NICOL    On the 1st instant at the res of Mr McMath England St, Annie Harriet, 
second d/o  of  the late William Nicol, Masonic Hotel.

O'MEARA
On the 24th Jan, at the res of his son-in-law, Melbourne, Mr F H R COOK,
Michael O'Meara, aged 69yrs. A colonist of 58 yrs.

REILLY
On Feb 28 at View Ave Mt Eden, Ellen , wife of John Reilly, G.E., A.B,.
F.C.D. and daughter of James Hammond YOUNG, Esq., aged 25yrs.

RING    On Feb 3 at his late res Jervois Rd, Frederick Ring aged 63

SCOTT     On Jan 27 at the Provincial Hospital, Archibald Scott late of Ararimu 
South ( Opaheke )  aged 74

TAYLOR    On Jan 31 at the res of his parents, Three Kings, Joseph Hornecastle, second s/o J F and 
M C Taylor aged 13mnths.

TRENWITH     On Feb 6 James Harry Trenwith late of Penzance Cornwall England aged 38yrs. 
Penzance papers please copy

WILDING
On Jan 1, resulting from injuries suffered from a gas explosion at his res,
Holly Cottage, Sidcup, on Dec 30, Henry Wilding, aged 75yrs

WRIGHT     On Feb 3 1887 at her res Wellesley St East, Mrs Mary Elizabeth Winifred Wright aged 
27yrs, d/o Mrs Zeigler.

YOUNG    On Christmas Day, at Wingfield, Upper Norwood, London, aged 65yrs,
William Carr Young, only surviving s/o the late Rev John Lindsay Dent Young
M. A. and of Catherine, his wife.

IN MEMORIAM

O'BRIEN
In loving remembrance of Michael O'Brien, who died on the 22nd Nov 1886,
aged 88yrs, native of parish of Doors, Co Clare Ireland.  Inserted by his
loving daughter, Bridget DONNOLY.

 



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