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151 (Research):Mary Ann Butcher Estimated Birth Year: abt 1826 Year of Registration: 1876 Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun Age at Death: 50 District: Sudbury County: Essex, Suffolk Volume: 4a Page: «u»277 «b»1841 England Census «/u»about Margaret Flowers Name: «/b»Margaret Flowers «b»Age: «/b»15 «b»Estimated Birth Year: «/b»abt 1826 «b»Gender: «/b»Female «b»Where born: «/b»Essex, England «b»Civil Parish: «/b»Twinstead «b»Hundred: «/b»Hinckford «b»County/Island: «/b»Essex «b»Country: «/b»England Flower, Mary Ann (I11780)
 
152 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wyeth, K.J. (I1893)
 
153 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wyeth, K.G. (I1918)
 
154 (Research):parents John and Emma. 1861 living at home in Thames St. Abingdon, Berks. Sleep, Julia Jane (I12561)
 
155 (Research):Thomas Flowers Estimated Birth Year: abt 1797 Year of Registration: 1868 Quarter of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep Age at Death: 71 District: Sudbury County: Essex, Suffolk Volume: 4a Page: «u»306 «/u»(click to see others on page) «u»«b»1861 England Census «/u»about Thomas Flower Name: «/b»Thomas Flower «b»Age: «/b»64 «b»Estimated Birth Year: «/b»abt 1797 «b»Relation: «/b»Head «b»Gender: «/b»Male «b»Where born: «/b»Twinstead «b»Civil Parish: «/b»Twinstead «b»Ecclesiastical parish: «/b»Twinstead «b»County/Island: «/b»Essex «b»Country: «/b»England «b»Street address: Occupation: Condition as to marriage: Registration district: «/b»Sudbury «b»Sub-registration district: «/b»Bulmer «b»ED, institution, or vessel: «/b»11 «b»Neighbors: Household schedule number: «/b»24 «b»Household Members: Name Age «u»«/b»George Flower«/u» 14 «u»Robert Flower «/u»33 «u»Thomas Flower«/u» 64 «u»«b»1851 England Census «/u»about Thomas Flower Name: «/b»Thomas Flower «b»Age: «/b»55 «b»Estimated Birth Year: «/b»abt 1796 «b»Relation: «/b»Head «b»Gender: «/b»Male «b»Where born: «/b»Twinstead, Essex, England «b»Civil Parish: «/b»Twinstead «b»County/Island: «/b»Essex «b»Country: «/b»England «b»Street address: Occupation: Condition as to marriage: Disability: Registration district: «/b»Sudbury «b»Sub-registration district: «/b»Bulmer «b»ED, institution, or vessel: «/b»10a «b»Neighbors: Household schedule number: «/b»36 «b»Household Members: Name Age «u»«/b»Eliza Flower «/u»16 «u»George Flower«/u» 3 «u»John Flower «/u»33 «u»Robert Flower«/u» 23 «u»Thomas Flower«/u» 55 Flower, Thomas (I11790)
 
156 (Research):Thomas' place of birth is recorded as Willis St Wellington on 6 March 1849 the 3rd son 5th Child of Robert and Jane (nee Runnalls) Wyeth.

Thomas' youth was spent in the Hutt Valley; he had vivid recollections of the floods that occurred in the Silverstream area in 1858 and recollected standing upstairs in their two-story dwelling watching the floodwaters wash away adjacent building and their occupants.

Hutt Valley
The Hutt Valley in Thomas' time was very thickly wooded, one of the better Totara forests in New Zealand. It was from this bush chiefly was drawn the timber with which the infant city of Wellington was built. Every day the forest rang with the blow of axes, and the crash of falling timber. Then came fire, and then the yellow wheat, which ground in a handmill, and winnowed in the wind, found its way into the camp ovens, or as damper, was baked in the ashes of a camp fire. As an indication of the extent of the timber industry in the Hutt Valley at that time, there were at least 27 wagon teams operating in the district. Cotters (4), Smith (2), Spackman (2), Wyeth (2), Robertson (1), Dews (3), Harris (3), Burnett (3), Maybey (3), Bruce (1). Cotter's teams were carting for the Cruickshank mill at Upper Hutt. Robertson was milling at Stokes Valley.
As the four horse wagons each carried 2000 feet of pit-sawn timber, and made three of four trips into Wellington each week, that busy settlement must, at this time, have been absorbing over 80,000 feet of timber each week.

Thomas was a skilled reinsman, and, with his brother Charles, carried the materials for the first telegraph line from Wellington to Masterton in about 1867. This was at a time when the roads were not remarkable for the quality of their surfaces, and the only bridge between Masterton and the Hutt was the Black Bridge' over the Waiohine River, and driving a heavy wagon loaded with copper wire and insulators was a man's task. The first telegraph line consisted of two wires, and took a more direct route than does the present line. The task of laying it through bush, from spur to spur across the Rimutakas was a difficult one. Many of the posts were cut on the spot. It was later found necessary, however, to revert to the present route owing to the difficulty of maintaining a line that did not follow the road.

1865 - 72 Champion Athlete
From the Masterton "Times Age""AN EX-CHAMPION PEDESTRIAN The winning of the Old Men's Race at the recent St. Patrick's Day Sports Association meeting by Mr T. Wyeth, of Opaki, brings back to memory some of the great races Mr Wyeth won in various parts of New Zealand in his younger days. He was one of the best long distance runners ever seen in New Zealand.
In Mr Wyeth's running days handicaps were unknown and all men started off the same mark. Mr Wyeth used to compete in races from 100 yards up to three miles, but it was in the longer distance races that he was best known as a champion.
During the seven years he was running, from 1865 to 1872, he was never beaten in one mile, two miles, or three miles events, and at those distances was champion of New Zealand. He competed all over the colony, and against the best runners in Australasia.
Mr Wyeth's first race was at the New Year's Day Sports in Wellington in 1865. It was a two days' gathering, and was held in Martins paddock, opposite where the Panama Hotel now stands in Taranaki Street. It was the youths' race, under 16 years of age, distance 220 yards, and Mr Wyeth won easily. On the second day of the sports he appropriated two wore races he started in.
It was on January 23 following that Mr Wyeth made his debut in "big" company. In those days a regatta was hold on Anniversary Day and a sports meeting in Clapham's paddock, on Thorndon Flat, opposite the old Princess Hotel, the next day, January 23. Some of the beat-known pedestrians in the colony were competing that day. Among these was John Phillips, then champion of Wellington, McGuire (a crack long distance runner and afterwards member of the House of Representatives for Hawera), and C. Wyeth, brother of Mr T. Wyeth.
In the Mile Championship, for which there were thirteen starters, Including the before mentioned cracks, all starting off the same mark, Mr T. Wyeth created a great surprise by winning somewhat easily from C. Wyeth, who was second. McGuire was third, and Phillips fourth.
Mr Wyeth competed at Wellington, Hokitika, Invercargill and various other parts of the colony, always appropriating the long-distance events and occasionally striking his colours in the sprint events.
In 1867, Isherwood, champion long distance runner of Cambridge, and one of the cracks of England, came to New Zealand and issued a challenge to race anyone In the colony over two miles. Mr Wyeth promptly accepted the challenge, and the match came off at Silverstream, Mr Wyeth once again demonstrating his claim to being the champion long-distance runner of the Colony.
In 1871 at Invercargill, Mr. Wyeth met the redoubtable Dawson, of Invercargill, who was carrying everything before him in the long-distance events, and defeated him somewhat easily.
Hessey, the crack Tasmanian, came over to the colony about this time, but met his match in the subject of this sketch.
Other notable runners Mr Wyeth met and defeated in long-distance events in those days were, G. Yule (now of, Pahiatua), the late Duncan McMaster (of Tuhitarata Station, Lower Valley), probably the finest all-round athlete New Zealand has ever seen, John Cotter (of Greytown), and Harrison (of Otaki).
A great struggle took place in Wellington in 1868 between the latter, who was a half- caste Maori, and Mr Wyeth in the 11/4 Mile Championship, but Mr Wyeth eventually won.
Mr. Wyeth gave up running in 1873, about which year handicaps began to be introduced. This was the year the crack Wellington Pedestrian, G. Donovan, made his debut."
Timber Milling
Superintendent's Message No 4 dated 16/5/1867, recommended that the Provincial Government establish telegraph stations at Featherston and Greytown. Contract for telegraph line awarded to T Wyeth and Bro, of Landsdowne, Masterton, line completed the following year.[1]
Tom and George Sykes, his sister Maria's brother in law, assisted in clearing the across the Rimutakas for the Upper Hutt Featherston portion of the Wellington - Wairarapa railway. They introduced the American system of squaring timber into the Wellington Province, importing special axes with twelve-inch blades for the work. Prior to this ordinary ship's axes had been used for this tricky work and Tom described the difference as about the difference between sawn and dressed timber. During this time Tom squared over a half a million feet of timber for the construction of the railway line.
Tom and his brother in law Isaac Sykes were responsible for squaring the timber used in the Railway Bridge across the Hutt River at Haywards.

Wairarapa

Thomas moved with his family to the Wairarapa in the late 1870s.
Marriage
Thomas was married in Masterton on 17 January 1883 to Margaret Rachael Ann McLeod the youngest child of Angus and Catherine (nee Sinclair) McLeod. Rachael was born 12 January 1859 in Scotland.
Thomas and Margaret lived `Rosebank' Mt Bruce; the actual house has been shifted to Opaki and restored.
Bush Fires
His farm property is now farmed by one of his Wyeth Grandsons.
After he left Mt Bruce he built a house in Totara St Masterton. Using timber from the Mt Bruce sawmill. (2)
Golden Wedding
Thomas' Reminiscences 1933 Mr and Mrs Thomas Wyeth, who last week celebrated their Golden Wedding are very old and well known residents of the Wairarapa. Mr Wyeth, at the age of 84, is an interesting personality, with a keen mind and an active body. Practically the whole of his life has been spent in the Wellington province, and caught in reminiscent mood, he is an interesting talker. (1)

Thomas died 13 April 1940 in Masterton and is buried in Masterton Cemetery. Maggie died almost two years later on 12 April 1942 in Masterton and was buried with her husband in Masterton Cemetery.

[1] 'Early History of Wairarapa' by Charles Bannister "In 1867 Mr Thomas Wyeth of Lansdowne and his brother laid the telegraph wires, insulatots, and cross pieces from the Hutt to the Waiporia." 
Wyeth, Thomas (I35)
 
157 (Research):William Butcher Estimated Birth Year: abt 1828 Year of Registration: 1908 Quarter of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep Age at Death: 80 District: Sudbury County: Essex, Suffolk Volume: 4a Page: «u»407 «b»1841 England Census «/u»«/b»about William Butcher Name: William Butcher «b»Age: «/b»13 «b»Estimated birth year: «/b»abt 1828 «b»Household: Gender: «/b»Male «b»Where born: «/b»Essex, England «b»Civil parish: «/b»Little Henny «b»Hundred: «/b»Hinckford «b»County/Island: «/b»Essex «b»Country: «/b»England «u»«b»1891 England Census «/u»«/b»about William Butcher Name: William Butcher «b»Age: «/b»63 «b»Estimated Birth Year: «/b»abt 1828 «b»Relation: «/b»Head «b»Gender: «/b»Male «b»Where born: «/b»Little Henny, Essex, England «b»Civil Parish: «/b»Bulmer «b»Ecclesiastical parish: «/b»Bulmer «b»Town: «/b»Bulmer «b»County/Island: «/b»Essex «b»Country: «/b»England «b»Street address: Occupation: Condition as to marriage: Education: Employment status: Registration district: «/b»Sudbury «b»Sub-registration district: «/b»Bulmer «b»ED, institution, or vessel: «/b»5 «b»Neighbors: Household Members: «/b»Name Age «u»Elisabeth Butcher «/u»37 «u»Emma Butcher «/u»35 «u»John Butcher «/u»27 «u»William Butcher «/u»63 «u»«b»1901 England Census «/u»about William Butcher Name: «/b»William Butcher «b»Age: «/b»73 «b»Estimated Birth Year: «/b»abt 1828 «b»Relation: «/b»Head «b»Gender: «/b»Male «b»Where born: «/b»Henny, Essex, England «b»Civil Parish: «/b»Bulmer «b»Town: «/b»Bulmer «b»County/Island: «/b»Essex «b»Country: «/b»England «b»Street address: Occupation: Condition as to marriage: Education: Employment status: Registration district: «/b»Sudbury «b»Sub-registration district: «/b»Bulmer «b»ED, institution, or vessel: «/b»6 «b»Neighbors: Household schedule number: «/b»73 «b»Household Members: «/b»Name Age «u»Elizabeth Butcher «/u»47 «u»William Butcher «/u»73 Butcher, William (I12464)
 
158 (Research):William Flowers Estimated Birth Year: abt 1808 Year of Registration: 1880 Quarter of Registration: Oct-Nov-Dec Age at Death: 72 District: Sudbury County: Essex, Suffolk Volume: 4a Page: «u»311 <>«/u» (click to see others on page) «u»«b»1841 England Census LIVING WITH BROTHER DANIEL «/u»about William Flowers Name: «/b»William Flowers «b»Age: «/b»34 «b»Estimated Birth Year: «/b»abt 1807 «b»Gender: «/b»Male «b»Where born: «/b»Essex, England «b»Civil Parish: «/b»Twinstead «b»Hundred: «/b»Hinckford «b»County/Island: «/b»Essex «b»Country: «/b»England «u»«b»1861 England Census «/u»about William Flower Name: «/b»William Flower «b»Age: «/b»53 «b»Estimated Birth Year: «/b»abt 1808 «b»Relation: «/b»Pauper «b»Gender: «/b»Male «b»Where born: «/b»Twinstead, Essex, England «b»Civil Parish: «/b»Sudbury St Gregory «b»Town: «/b»Sudbury «b»County/Island: «/b»Suffolk «b»Country: «/b»England «b»Street address: Occupation: Condition as to marriage: Registration district: «/b»Sudbury «b»Sub-registration district: «/b»Sudbury «b»ED, institution, or vessel: «/b»Sudbury Union Workhouse «u»«b»1871 England Census «/u»about William Flower Name: «/b»William Flower «b»Age: «/b»63 «b»Estimated Birth Year: «/b»abt 1808 «b»Relation: «/b»Head «b»Gender: «/b»Male «b»Where born: «/b»Swinstead, Essex, England «b»Civil Parish: «/b»St Gregory «b»County/Island: «/b»Suffolk «b»Country: «/b»England «b»Street address: Occupation: Condition as to marriage: Disability: Registration district: «/b»Sudbury «b»Sub-registration district: «/b»Sudbury «b»ED, institution, or vessel: «/b»Sudbury Union Workhouse «b»Neighbors: Household schedule number: «/b»1 «b»Household Members: Name Age «u»«/b»William Flower «/u»63 «u»«b»1851 England Census «/u»about William Flower Name: «/b»William Flower «b»Age: «/b»43 «b»Estimated Birth Year: «/b»abt 1808 «b»Relation: «/b»Lodger «b»Gender: «/b»Male «b»Where born: «/b»Twinstead, Essex, England «b»Civil Parish: «/b»Twinstead «b»County/Island: «/b»Essex «b»Country: «/b»England «b»Street address: Occupation: Condition as to marriage: Disability: Registration district: «/b»Sudbury «b»Sub-registration district: «/b»Bulmer «b»ED, institution, or vessel: «/b»10a «b»Neighbors: Household schedule number: «/b»23 «b»Household Members: Name Age «u»«/b»Charlotte Flower «/u»13 «u»Daniel Flower«/u» 49 «u»Elizabeth Flower «/u»19 «u»Emily Flower «/u»8 «u»John Flower «/u»4 «u»Robert Flower«/u» 11 «u»Sarah Flower«/u» 17 «u»Susan Flower «/u»48 «u»William Flower «/u»43 Flower, William (I11791)
 
159 -In loving memory of Simon Fraser Died 17th Jany 1909 Aged 67 years For 12 years in the Imperial Army & Serg Major in the Royal Scotch Greys
-Their son Alexander Donn Died 21st Nov 1918 Aged 39 years
-Also Jane Donn Dearly beloved wife & mother Of the above died 22nd Oct 1919 Aged 80 years
-Also their daughter Catherine Margaret Robertson Fraser Died 12th Feb 1952 Aged 75 years Deeply mourned At rest
 
Donn, Jane (I17476)
 
160 ...reports at Camp, Trentham, as permanent driver for the Army Service Corps on Monday March 6th, per 10am train. Kilkolly, Joseph (I14660)
 
161 1 Bannister St Chch Frost, Vida Mason (I11864)
 
162 10 Hooper Avenue, Pukekohe Wright, Freeman Martin (I1695)
 
163 108 Ruskin St Sydenham; Frost, Walter Stanley (I11918)
 
164 11 May 2007
On 8th May 2007. Peacefully at Metlifecare, Masterton. Loved mother and mother-in-law of Warren and Judith (Masterton). Loved Nana of Malcolm and Selina, and Alastair. Great Nana of Hunter and Tessa, Jackson and Noah. A private service was held yesterday.
David Dew Funeral Services Masterton
 
Challis, Zelma Jean (Biddie) (I1520)
 
165 113 Windsor St, Invercargill Wyeth, Campbell (Cam) (I509)
 
166 147 Stanmore Rd Chch,at death; Frost, Walter Stanley (I11918)
 
167 18 Seamount Tce Sumner Frost, Vida Mason (I11864)
 
168 1841 Arksey House, Arksey, West Riding Yorkshire, Agricultural labourers 1841 - At the home of Thomas Otley, saddler, arksey - with son James
1851 - pauper inmate of `Doncaster Union Workhouse` aged 73 Doncaster - 2 miles from Arksey James Vaughan notes suggest b.4/1/1780 
Sykes, Isaac (I237)
 
169 1841 living in Stanford, Berks. 1851-1871 living in Sutton Courtenay, Berks. 1881 moved to Brickfield, East Hagbourne.1891 living at 4 The Lane (near The Southport Arms') Sutton Courtenay, also in the household are two granddaughter's Lydia (1879 ) and Julia (1880) Carter. 1901 living at Chapel Lane, Sutton Courtenay, Berks. also in the house hold is a grandson George Carter aged 17. Death 1901, Dec quarter, 2c/188 aged 93. Carter, Thomas (I12539)
 
170 1856 No 1 Henry Welch of the Taita, bachelor and Mary Anne Poad of the Hutt, spinster were married in the Church of St James by License with the consent of parents this 10th day of January in the year 1856
Witnesses Joseph Percy
Elizabeth Eliza Welch
Philippa Jane Poad
Both parties to the marriage and all the witnesses signed their names to the register. 
Family F10
 
171 1856 No 4 Henry Death of the Hutt bachelor and Eliza Ridler of the Hutt spinster were married in the Church of St James by License with the consent of parents this 21st day of February in the year 1856
Witnesses Caroline Death
Henry Collett. 
Family F20
 
172 1861 Census Piece 2379 Folio 85 Page 3
Louth Strubby Lincolnshire
Address Labourer Cottage Strubby
Joseph Taylor 44 Lab b. Strubby Linc
Isley Taylor 45 b. Alford Linc wife
George Wilkinson 7 Visitor Alford Linc
Elizabeth Kelk 1 Boarder Within Linc
 
Kelk, Elizabeth (I15723)
 
173 1861- 1871 living in Sutton Courtenay, Berks with parents. 1881 living with married sister, Ann Prior in Appleford, Berks, working as a machinist. Marriage 1888 Dec qtr, district of Abingdon, Berks, 2c/623. Carter, Sarah (I12553)
 
174 1880-81 Electoral Roll Wairarapa
Wyeth George, Residential, Greytown, Clerk
1887 Electoral Roll Wairarapa
Wyeth George, Residential, Greytown, Clerk
1890 Electoral Roll Wairarapa
Wyeth George, Residential, Greytown, Clerk 
Wyeth, William George Runnalls (I31)
 
175 1882 - 84 Electoral Roll, Wairarapa,
Wyeth George, Residential, Kurupuni, Storekeeper
1885 - 86 Electoral Roll, Wairarapa,
Wyeth George, Residential, Kurupuni, Storekeeper
1890 Electoral Roll, Wairarapa,
Wyeth George, Residential, Kurupuni, Storekeeper 
Wyeth, William George Runnalls (I31)
 
176 1891 census aged 9 (scholar) 1901 census aged 19 working as a servant for Mr and Mrs Hancock! It is believed that Elizabeth emmigrated to NZ in 1930 with husband and 4 children. BIRTH CERTIFICATE DETAILS Registration district Upton on Severn, 1881 in the Sub-District of Hanley Castle in the County of Worcester When & where born - Fourth August 1881, Pool Brook, Gt Malvern R.S.D Elizabeth Annie (girl) Father - Thomas Scrivens - Labourer Mother - Mary Ann Scrivens formerly Watkins Informant - Thomas Scrivens, father, Pool Brook, Gt Malvern Registration date - Twenty first September 1881 Registrar - James Doughty Scrivens, Elizabeth Annie (I5153)
 
177 1897/3492
George Joseph FENTON
Rosia Lilian LARKIN 
Family F13689
 
178 19 Little Pipitea Street Wellington was the home of Mrs W J Livingstone a nurse.(New Zealand Post Officer Directory page 1030) Kempton, Winifred May (I22389)
 
179 1912/5844 Carlson Violet Mary 16Y

This fits with Violet May born 1896 and ther is no Violet Mary born around 1896. 
Carlson, Violet May (I13233)
 
180 1960 Detective Sergeant Harry McCombe and Detectives Joe Sheehan, Bill Brien (founder of the Armed Offenders Squad) and Peter Faulkner, along with a firefighter, were wounded during a stand-off with a man armed with a .22 rifle in Manurewa, who subsequently killed himself. Efforts to capture the man bordered on the farcical, including an attempt to knock him over with a fire hose which he shot full of holes. McCombe, Harold Eric (I9116)
 
181 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Geary, M.J. (I17453)
 
182 2 Brightlings Lane Chch,1949 Frost, Hector Archibald Wallace (I11917)
 
183 2 Children Family F13661
 
184 20 Barrie St Chch, Frost, Ella May (I11915)
 
185 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5287
 
186 214 Adelaide Rd, Newtown, Wellington City
Thomas Vincent Connell and his wife lived here for many years. He was born in Wanganui. He worked originally as a lifter at the East Town railway workshops (replacing worn railway wagon wheels) then on marriage lived in Wellington and worked as Storeman . When he died he was working as a Barman so with that address perhaps the Tramway Hotel. Heart attack and Asthmatic.
Channel Vincent Connell lived there, after his separation and divorce from Joan Colby (nee Frost) Connell, and lived there for many years before ending up in rest home. I think mostly he was a Taxi Driver.
Source Trevor Gilligan 
Connell, Thomas Vincent (I18139)
 
187 23/655 S/Sgt. A.J.WYETH Engineers died 30.9.1973 1st N.Z.E.F. Also his loved wife Eva Annie died 29th April 1976. Beloved parents of Marion and Alan.  Dade, Eva Annie (I897)
 
188 23/655 S/Sgt. A.J.WYETH Engineers died 30.9.1973 1st N.Z.E.F. Also his loved wife Eva Annie died 29th April 1976. Beloved parents of Marion and Alan.  Wyeth, Albert John (Bertie) (I467)
 
189 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Shaw, A. (I15865)
 
190 25th.- Married Thos. William Tankersley to Sarah Draper - Mr. Telford and Mr. Burcham present, also Mr. Burgess and Mrs. Turner.
Source Journal of a Voyage out to New Zealand, 1840 by Hannah Butler, from the publication 'Earliest New Zealand' page 426 published Masterton, 1927.
New Zealand Electronic Texts Center - New Zealand Texts Collection
 
Family F86
 
191 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Thornley, J. (I15868)
 
192 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Legg, A.U. (I18506)
 
193 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wyeth, A.A. (I1650)
 
194 2nd Quarter(Apr-Jun) Family F2746
 
195 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F6665
 
196 3 Nutfield Lane Chch Frost, Barrie (I11927)
 
197 30 Garfield St Wgtn,1917;Part lots 103/4 DP1004 Section13 Ohiro Rd Wgtn,1921:" Frost, Edward (I11820)
 
198 31 Croziers Rd Chch,1956 Frost, Lyndsay E (I11926)
 
199 31 Croziers Rd St Albans Chch,1958; Frost, Frederick George (I11912)
 
200 34 Forest Road, Pinehaven. Gear, Edward Joseph Garrett (I17082)
 

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