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4051 Tenant of Farm at Makara,Wgtn until 31/3/1952; Frost, Charles Jabez (I11823)
 
4052 Terrey, Betty Margaret: Peacefully in Kowhainui Hospital, on Saturday June 5, 2010, in her 84th year. Dearly loved wife of the late Don. Much loved Mum of Buzz and Sabrina, Peter and Lyn, Annette and Dennis Brown (Australia), and Kim and Kelly.
Dearly loved Nana Bett of all her grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.
A loving sister, sister in law and aunt who will be sadly missed.
A service to celebrate Betty's life will be held in the Cleveland Funeral Home Chapel 179 Ingestre Street, Wanganui on Wednesday June 9, 2010, at 2pm, followed by private cremation.
Source - Cleveland Funeral Home, 173 Ingestre St, Wanganui, NZ http://www.clevelandfunerals.co.nz/

 
Henderson, Betty Margaret (I14930)
 
4053 Thanet Registrar copy certificate No. MB24681
Ceremony performed by: R.Payne Smith(Vicar)
Witnesses : James Edward Tutt and Jessie Maria Tutt 
Family F3286
 
4054 Thanks for your enquiry. The headstone also lists Richard Kibblewhite - dying 26 March 1889, aged 75 years - but we cannot confirm that he was buried there as he does not appear in the main cemetery register. However, mistakes did happen in some records so you may be correct in thinking he is also in the plot, because he is named on the headstone, there has long been an assumption that he is buried there.
City Archivist,
Ian Matheson City Archives
Palmerston North City Library
 
Kibblewhite, Richard (I14250)
 
4055 The "Lammershagen" left Hamburgh Germany on 01 April 1875 and arrived in Wellington on
the 11 July 1875. Number 15 on register - number of Adults 5. The passenger list reads:
H STEINMULLER age 43 male German Farm Labourer
T Aine STEINMULLER age 34 female German
Herman STEINMULLER age 15 male German
Wilhelm STEINMULLER age 13 male German
Frederick STEINMULLER age 9 male German
Lilly STEINMULLER age 5 female German
Tasman STEINMULLER age 2 male German
(Reference Archives NZ Wellington agency IM=Immigration series 15 item 208 repro IM 15/208)

Journey of the "Lammershagen" 1875 ship 890 place Paul
01 April sld Hamburg
06 April sld Suxhaven 8 days clearing England shore
May 08 Equator 24-25 w
June 05 CGH 42s 97D 420-331 immiga.
July 02 Ker Hobart 48s Fine weather voyage 1 death
July 09 Entered Cook Straight 5 births little sickness
July 11 Arrived Wellington (c/d July 30 Apia)
Sld Voyage details ODT 12-07-1875
1876 May 28 Arrived Hamburg from Fiji
(Reference Maritime museum now Wellington City & Sea Museum card reference Wellington Harbour board records)

The STEINMULLER family boarded the Ship at Hobart Tasmania Australia and settled in Wellington New Zealand 
Family F4593
 
4056 The 'Strathallan' Sailed from Gravesend on 12th October 1858 and Arrived 21st January 1859 at Lyttelton calling at Timaru on the way. The Thomas Wordsworth and family appear to have disembarked at Lyttelton.
Passenger List includes
WADSWORTH THOMAS 36 GARDENER
WADSWORTH HARRIET 32
WADSWORTH MARY ANN 14 DOMESTIC SERVANT
WADSWORTH WILLIAM 11
WADSWORTH ALFRED 9
WADSWORTH EMMA 3
WADSWORTH ELIZABETH 7
Click here for Passenger List on Christchurch City Council Website
Click here for a background article on the voyage


 
Family F14140
 
4057 The Aberdeen Directory, as stated in 'The Goldsmiths of Aberdeen', records Alexander as a jeweller employed by William Jamieson at 87 Broad Street in 1827. In 1827 Alexander lived at 34 St Andrews Street. In 1831 he had moved to 62 Guestrow and in the following year to 63 Guestrow where he lived until at least 1838. In 1840 he lived at 79 Guestrow. Alexander was not in business on his own account.
 
Shirreffs, Alexander (I87)
 
4058 The appellant deposed that during the 2 1/2 years he lived with his wife he had an interest in a sheep run at Tenui, and on leaving it he received 1500, which he invested in a store in the district.
In 1880 his wife wanted to live in Wellington, and giving her some money he went to Patea, where he got a billet as stockman at 80 a year and food. After he had been there some time he was arrested, brought down to Wanganui, and an order made against him for the maintenance of his wife.
He was now in partnership with the natives at Inland Patea. There were two mortgages on the sheep and cattle, and it took him all his time to find the interest. He put no money into the partnership. If the order of the Magistrate was enforced he would have to go to gaol, as he could not find securities. There were on the estate 13,000 or 14,000 sheep, and a number of head of cattle. The mortgages were for 6000 and 4500. The land and buildings belonged to the Maoris.
He was now living with a Maori woman, by whom he had had two children. She was one of the owners of the land.
When he was served with a divorce petition he instructed a lawyer in Napier to defend the action, and he was very much surprised when he found his wife bad abandoned the proceedings.
Source Evening Post, Wellington, 19 Aug 1896 Page 6 'A Peculiar Case'  
Family F15865
 
4059 The baby only survived for 29 hours the cause of death being recorded as "Convulsions". Robert and Jane had no further children. Wyeth, Male Child (I42)
 
4060 The baby's age at death was recorded as 30 hours. The cause of his death was not recorded Wyeth, Male Child (I37)
 
4061 The baptism of Lavinia weas recorded in the register of St Pauls Church Emily Place and at the Centenary Service held in 1941 it was said that she was the oldest person presetn who had been baptised in the old church.
 
Chandler, Lavinia (I22214)
 
4062 The barque 'Aurora' commanded by Captain Theophilus Heale, left Gravesend on 18 September 1839 anchoring under Somes Island in Wellington Harbour on 22 January 1840. Barrow, James (I12999)
 
4063 The Bridesmaids at Amy Florence Wyeth's wedding included two little maids, Edna Rouse and Kathleen Callaghan. Edna is probably Amy's niece i.e. Mary's daughter. Wyeth, Mary Elizabeth (I4208)
 
4064 The Bridesmaids at Amy Florence Wyeth'swedding included two little maids, Edna Rouse and Kathleen Callaghan. Kathleen is probably Amy's neice i.e. Bessie's daughter. Wyeth, Bessie (I4209)
 
4065 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Harris, J.D. (I5125)
 
4066 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2193
 
4067 The Chamberlain Key has Sussanah's birth as 12 Feb 1809. Bull, Sussannah Catherine (I283)
 
4068 The children they brought with them were:
William Robins Thomas, 6
Eliza Robins Thomas, 4
Henry Eddy Thomas, 2
Catherine Eddy Thomas, 5 mths
Source - Shipping List 
Family F115
 
4069 The copy of the registry entry is unclear. It shows Mary Ann's name as Maria Ann.
It shows the occupation of the father as being with the 18th Royal Irish Regiment.
The second Christian Name (William) was omitted from the original birth entry
The informant was not either parent but another soldier. The copy is not clear enough to identify this person (see below).
There is also doubt over the birth date.
Information from Lyn Hughes of Auckland:
Samuel Snr was in Taranaki at the time registration should have been made and it seems likely that he asked C/Sgt Doig of the 14th who was possibly returning to Auckland to enter the birth for him. He was probably given the correct details which nay have gone astray and he did his best with the information. The date we have was taken from Elizabeth Sarah's Bible which we think is more likely to be correct(29 July 1865), however the official date of birth must be 3rd August as the entry states. Also one name given then although I think he was meant to have two.
Source Caleb's Family Tree
 
Chandler, Samuel William (I22212)
 
4070 The early part of Jack and Essie's married life was spent at Karapoti where Jack and Bob ran the sawmill. All of Essie and Jack's children were born while they were living there. Bet at their home and the others at Nurse Lomas' in Upper Hutt. All the children attended the local Karapoti School though Judy moved on to Upper Hutt School.

They moved to King Street Upper Hutt, where Jack built a new family home, in time for June to start College.
 
Family F169
 
4071 The Evening Post 27 April 1948
Death Notice:
SUTHERLAND: On April 26 1948, at Wellington Hospital George Robert John, dearly loved husband of Ethel, and loved father of Thelma, Don, Dick and Keith,and father-in-law of Alice, Kath, and Phil and son-in-law of Sam. Asleep

SUTHERLAND: On April 26 1948 at Wellington Hospital, George Dearly loved brother of Thea, Seva, Lava and Lena A patient sufferer at rest.

 
Sutherland, George Robert John (I16451)
 
4072 The Evening Post 27 April 1948
Funeral Notice:
SUTHERLAND The friends of the late George Robert John Sutherland are respectfully invited to attend his funeral which will leave our chapel Kings Cresent, Lower Hutt, tomorrow Wednesday April 28 1948 at the conclusion of a service commencing at 11am, for the Taita Cemetery
J,R. Croft Ltd. Funeral Directors, Hutt and Petone.
 
Sutherland, George Robert John (I16451)
 
4073 The Evening Post Monday August 1 1949
Funeral Notice:
SUTHERLAND: The friends of the late Ethel Anne Sutherland are invited to attaen her funeral, leaving our chapel, Kings Cresent, Lower Hutt on Wednesday August 3 1949, following a service commencing at 11am for the Taita Cemetery. J.R. Croft Ltd Funeral Directors, Hutt and Petone.
 
Turner, Ethel Maud (I16465)
 
4074 The Evening Post Monday August 1 1949
SUTHERLAND: On 31 July at her residence 71 Randwick Crescent Lower Hutt, Ethel Anne, beloved wife of the late George Robert John Sutherland, and loving mother of Thelma, Don, Dick and mother-in-law of Alex, Kathleen, Phyllis and Sam.

SUTHERLAND: On 31 July at her residence 71 Randwick Crescent Moera, (suddenly) Etherl Sutherland dearly loved sister of Dick Arthur and sister-in-law of Nell
 
Turner, Ethel Maud (I16465)
 
4075 The family was living at Silver Stream Upper Hutt at that time but Upper Hutt did not have it's own Doctor until after the turn of the century and in these times Lower Hutt doctors would cover the Upper Hutt area. Doctor Wilford who saw Thomas on the 14th, the day before he died, was on the 17th visiting another patient in Wainuiomata. As travel in those days would have been by horseback he must have spent a lot of time in the saddle
 
Wyeth, Thomas Earnest (I460)
 
4076 The first Maori minister of religion to work in Indonesia has been appointed by the National Council of Churches in New Zealand. He is the Rev. Lane Tauroa, of Te Kuiti, who is expected to leave for Java with his wife and two young children early in December.
Source Te Ao Hou. No.45 December 1963 
Tauroa, Lane Matarae (I3770)
 
4077 The following is from a report prepared by Ian Brailsford to assist David Williams in preparation of his report 'Crown Policy Affecting Maori knowledge Systems and Cultural Practices' for the Waitangi Tribunal's Wai 262 inquiry, July\endash September 2000i
"Stanley Skeet & Basil Burch each received 2 strokes of the cane for disorder
b/iP H Clemance, 22 April 1898
/biBasil Burch for talking recd 2 str of the cane.
\endash do \endash neglecting his work 2 more.
Rawhiti talking 2 str cane
Joe King, trunacy 2 \endash do \endash
b/iP H Clemance, 11 May 1898"
/bihttp://www.waitangitribunal.govt.nz/doclibrary/public/wai262/knowledgecultural_pr/Appendix.pdf/i 
Burch, Basil Leonard (I9545)
 
4078 The Fuller family tree has William's wife as Florence Sherwood. This is incorrect. The CD of NZ Marriages 1838-1956 shows that she is the wife of his brother Fred Roland. Fuller, William Norman Kempton (I9542)
 
4079 The funeral service will be held in the Harewood Crematorium Chapel, Corner of Wilkinsons Road and Johns Road, Harewood, Christchurch, tomorrow Thursday at 3.00pm. Thompson, Betty (I5008)
 
4080 The Gleaner, for Wellington, sailed from Gravesend on July 29, with a full cargo and over 200 emigrants, despatched by Messrs. Morrison, Powell, and Co., under arrangement with the Provincial Government. The chief cabin passengers were Captain Mackesy and lady and Mr. R. Pemberton and lady.
Source Papers Past Otago Witness , Issue 312, 21 November 1857, Page 9
 
McLeod, Angus (I292)
 
4081 The gravestone Arthur Morton Ollivier also recalls Hilda, wife of Keith, who died on 14 October 1937. Von Dadelszen, Hilda (I11876)
 
4082 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Tankersley, J.E. (I1416)
 
4083 The Light Brigade, 1214 Tons, Captain: H. Evans Sailed London 18th May 1868 and arrived Lyttelton 26th August 1868.
Shipping list included
Johnson, Julia, 22, Middlesex, Domestic Servant
Johnson, Alice, 18, Middlesex, Domestic Servant 
Johnson, Annie Alice (I15458)
 
4084 The Marriage took place at house of the Rev R.O. Robb, Springlands. Family F5249
 
4085 The marriage was at the House of Richard Dewe the brides parents. Family F6850
 
4086 The marriage was solomised at Brides parents residence in Pakuratahi. Family F4130
 
4087 The name was prbably spelt without the "p". Thompson, James (I3307)
 
4088 The New Zealand Herald of 11\7\1895 has Barbara McQuarrie died 9 July 1895 aged 27 years, daughter of Hector McQuarrie, and buried 11 July 1895 in Symonds Street Cemetery.  McQuarrie, Barbara (I15453)
 
4089 The New Zealand Herald of 15\8\1903 has Hector McQuarrie died 12 August 1903 aged 76 years and buried 14 August 1903 in Symonds Street Cemetery. McQuarrie, Hector (I15450)
 
4090 The New Zealand Herald of 30\10\1888 has Mary McQuarrie died 29 October 1888 aged 14 years, daughter of Henry and Annie McQuarrie, and buried 31 October 1888 in Symonds Street Cemetery.  McQuarrie, Mary Ann (I15454)
 
4091 The New Zealand Herald of 31 December 1888 has Annie McQuarrie died 29 December 1888 aged 48 years, wife of Hector McQuarrie, and buried 31 December 1888 in Symonds Street Cemetery.  McLeod, Ann (I15451)
 
4092 The Newtons lived in Lyttelton, N.Z. Newton, Isaac Samuel (I4074)
 
4093 The ninth immigrant ship to be dispatched by the New Zealand Company, the 378 ton "Blenheim", sailed from Greenock, on August 25, 1840, with 197 passengers, 20 cabin and 177 steerage. She was the second ship to sail from the Clyde with Scottish immigrants, and almost all the passengers were composed of members of the clan of Laird Donald McDonald, who was leader of the party, or of neighbouring clans. The Blenheim made the passage in 125 days, and was under the command of Captain John Grey, with Dr Neill Campbell the surgeon. she arrived at Port Nicholson on December 27, 1840. Passenger list included ?McLachlan, Dugald 40 & Jane 35, Catherine 15, A 11, H 10, P4, and 1 other under 14.?
 
McLachlan, Dugald (I2998)
 
4094 The Official History of New Zealand in the Second World War 1939/1945
22 Battalion by Jim H. Henderson - Chapter 12 Adriatic

Over on the right 2 Company moved up parallel with the railway line as fast as it could, leaving mopping up until daybreak. Minor tussles took place with Turcomen holding fortified houses. The beach area was heavily fortified against assault from the sea: three or four heavy naval guns in camouflaged concrete emplacements disguised as ice-cream stalls faced out to sea, and land round about was mined thickly. In one of these minefields 10 Platoon foundered. Mines abruptly exploded in quick succession at chest height, a horrible sensation. Lewis. was killed; Roy Lorrigan, Jim Hill, Knuckey and Braybrook were among those wounded.
The party of wounded men, stricken in the minefield and taking refuge in the casa, was not left in peace. At dawn the men on the top floor repulsed an attack from the beach, and even succeeded in collecting some prisoners. In the house Hill and another were in a bad way, but the hot drinks made from the issue of cocoa, milk powder, and sugar which each man carried seemed to save Hill's life. Later in the morning the wounded were taken away.
One of the wounded died unexpectedly in hospital some days afterwards. His wound was not severe, but he developed pneumonia through lying wounded most of the night in soaked clothing. The battalion was still in summer clothing and battle dress would not arrive for a fortnight yet.
The body of the dead man, Lewis, had remained in the minefield. After dawn two of his pals, Gillon and Athol Jimmieson. gallantly determined to bring back their comrade's body, returned to the minefield. They met with disaster. Another mine exploded, killing Gillon, and Jimmieson later died of wounds.
NZETC
New Zealand Electronic Text Centre

 
Jimmieson, Athol Christian (I15249)
 
4095 The Rev. Robert Doig married them in the house of Thomas Black of St Nicholas, Aberdeen. William Jamieson and James Shirreffs were the witnesses. Elizabeth was born circa 1796, Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen.  Family F25
 
4096 The Rickerby family emigrated to Lyttelton, New Zealand in the Cardigan Castle, landed 15 Nov 1873. Information from a letter from National Archives Wellington, ref 6/1, 160 dated 15 Aug 1974. Rickerby, Robert (I4064)
 
4097 The Routenbeck.
The Rontenbeck, an iron barque of 930 tons, built in 1875 and chartered by the Shaw, Savill Co., made four voyages to New Zealand. Her first visit was to Port Chalmers in 1879, in command of Captain Steet. She sailed from London with passengers and general cargo on March 28, and took her final departure from the Lizard on April 4. She had a fine run to the Equator of 20 days from the Lizard, rounded the Cape on May 24, and made Stewart Island on June 22. Six days later, on June 28, she anchored at Port Chalmers, making the passage in 92 days, or land to land 79 days.
Source White Wings Vol I. Fifty Years Of Sail In The New Zealand Trade, 1850 TO 1900 - NZTEC
 
Family F13876
 
4098 The ship 'Conflict' 1171 tons under Captain Hardy sailed from London on 9th May 1874 and arrived in Wellington on 3rd August 1874.
Passenger list included
Blinkhorne William, 36 Worcestershire Railway Wagon Builder
Blinkhorne Hannah, 35
Blinkhorne John, 9
Blinkhorne Thomas, 7
Blinkhorne Alonzo, 4
Kite John, 32 Worcestershire Labourer
Kite Ellen, 30
Kite Eliza, 14
Source Peter and Denise
Archives New Zealand Reference IM15/125
 
Family F15536
 
4099 The ship 'Conflict' 1171 tons under Captain Hardy sailed from London on 9th May 1874 and arrived in Wellington on 3rd August 1874.
Passenger list included
Blinkhorne William, 36 Worcestershire Railway Wagon Builder
Blinkhorne Hannah, 35
Blinkhorne John, 9
Blinkhorne Thomas, 7
Blinkhorne Alonzo, 4
Kite John, 32 Worcestershire Labourer
Kite Ellen, 30
Kite Eliza, 14
Source Peter and Denise
Archives New Zealand Reference IM15/125
Note: John Kite and Hannah Blinkhorne are brother and sister. 
Family F15546
 
4100 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3969
 

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