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Deserters of the New Zealand Wars
What Happened to the St Pauli Passengers

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LESSELS Genealogy Lessels Pedigree chart male female marriage year country chart CAIRNIE James NESS Isabel 1754 Scotland 130-131 CAIRNIE James Katherine 1729c Scotland 260-261 COCHRANE Robert LESSELS Margaret 1856 Scotland 16-17-1 CUTHBERT John Unknown 1820c England 46-47 De LECELLES Alexander 1285c France De LESSEPS Ferdinand 1849c France De LASSELL John De RAMSAY Elizabth 1340c Scotland GILLIES Samuel SOMMERVILLE Elizabeth 1822 Scotland 18-19 GILLIES William WILSON Margaret 1790c Scotland 36-37 GILLIES Samuel MURRAY Margaret 1765c Scotland 72-73 GRAY Thomas MOYES Euphan 1735c Scotland 258-259 HANNAH John STARKIE Elizabeth 1795c England 90-91 HANNAH Matthew Mary 1769c England 180-181 HANNAH John NORTHING Anne 1732c England 360-361 HANNAH Matthew Margaret 1699c England 720-721 HENDERSON Robert KILGOUR Margaret 1802 Scotland 34-35 LESSELS James Smith MANSSEN Bertha 1900 New Zealand 4-5 LESSELS James Smith ORGAN Mary A 1895 New Zealand 4-5 LESSELS John GILLIES Margaret 1855 England 8-9 (refer Images) LESSELS John HENDERSON Mary 1829 Scotland 16-17 (refer Images) LESSELS John NEFKENS Gertrude A H 1873 Scotland 16-17 LESSELS John MURRAY Elizabeth H 1804 Scotland 32-33 LESSELS John CAIRNIE Mary 1783 Scotland 64-65 LESSELS John GRAY Christian 1760 Scotland 128-129 LESSELS John WATT Margaret 1732c Scotland 256-257 LESSELS John HENDERSON Geils 1709c Scotland 512-513 LESSELS Andrew MOORHEAD Elizabeth 1676 Scotland 1024-1025 LESSELS Patrick WATSON Isabel 1708c Scotland LESSELS John BROWN Christian 1701 Scotland LESSELS Thomas HENDERSON Margaret 1703 Scotland LESSELS John WHYT Margaret 1637 Scotland LESSELS Ancient Lessels families LESSELS Lessels family history MANSSEN Charles F H MARRIS Emma Elizabeth 1874 New Zealand 10-11 MANSSEN George H C LISAHL Johanna C E 1840c Germany 20-21 MARRIS William CUTHBERT Ann 1850 England 22-23 MARRIS William UTTING Betsy Ann 1862 England 22-23 MARRIS William HANNAH Elizabeth 1822 England 44-45 MARRIS William HARRISON Elizabeth 1822 England 44-45 MARRIS John Elizabeth 1793c England 88-89 MURRAY Robert SUTHERLAND Mary 1782 Scotland 66-67 NESS James SEITH Mary 1713c Scotland 262-263 NESS James Isabel 1690c Scotland 524-525 SCOTT Michael unknown 1285c Scotland SOMMERVILLE George BELL Helen 1788c Scotland 38-39 WATT Robert HEGGIE Helen 1709c Scotland 514-515
HARRIS Genealogy Harris Pedigree Chart male female marriage year country chart CROSS John Elizabeth 1823c England 50-51 FISHER Edward A LUESTRANGE Margaret I 1880 New Zealand 14-15 Luestrange / Lestrange Miscellaneous Information FISHER Thomas PALMER Harriet 1843 England 28-29 FISHER Thomas unknown 1815c England 56-57 HARRIS William John FISHER Harriet Agnes 1909 New Zealand 6-7 HARRIS George MORRIS Alice 1878 New Zealand 12-13 HARRIS George Thomas CROSS Ann 1849 England 24-25 MORRIS Richard WELLS Jane 1858 England 26-27 MORRIS William JOHNSON Constance 1875 New Zealand 26-27-1 MORRIS William BEAMISH Rosalie 1884 New Zealand 26-27-1 MORRIS Henry Joseph MOYLAN Honora 1884 New Zealand 26-27-2 PALMER Mary 1812c England 58-59 WELLS Lowden Alice 1823c England 54-55 Wallacetown Junction / White House Hotel Invercargill
YATES Genealogy Yates Pedigree Chart male female marriage year country chart CURTIS James Charles BROWN Honor/Hannah 1838c England 22-23 GODWIN Edward Unknown Female 1826c England 42-43 GREENHALGH John POLLITT Rachel 1784c England 70-71 RYMAN George Edward CURTIS Alice 1883 England 10-11 RYMAN William Robert GODWIN Emma 1848 England 20-21 RYMAN William Robert GEARING Mary 1820 England 40-41 RYMAN John HARRIS Jane 1789 England 80-81 RYMAN James HAREWELL Caroline Clara 1868 England 80-81-4-7 SCHOLES James TAYLOR Ann 1822 England 18-19 SCHOLES Scholes BROMERLEY Ann 1816 England 36-37 SCHOLES Scholes LOMAX Betty 1797 England 36-37 SCHOLES Richard LOMAX Martha 1769 England 72-73 SCHOLES James GREENHAULGH Ann 1733 England 144-145 SCHOLES Peter HAMPSON Isabell 1702 England 288-289 YATES Thomas RYMAN Florence 1904 England 4-5 YATES Thomas SCHOLES Ann 1856 England 8-9 YATES William Story by Percy Shipperbottom 8-9-6 YATES YATES Rachael England 16-17 YATES Peter GREENHALGH Dorothy 1815c England 34-35 The Early SCHOLES Family History
TAYLOR Genealogy Taylor Pedigree Chart male female marriage year country chart BLUNDELL George Ann 1814c England 62-63 BOYLE Thomas FANNING Ellen 1837 Ireland 54-55 [Above linked to BOYLE the Fencible Family of Howick] BOYLE Thomas FLANAGAN Frances 1853 New Zealand 54-55 ELLIOTT Alfred William TAYLOR Florence Stella 1918 New Zealand 12-13-3 KILSBY Thomas BLUNDELL Alice 1841c England 30-31 LECKIE Stewart BOYLE Margaret 1864 New Zealand 26-27 [Above linked to Leckie families in New Zealand & Boyle the Fencible Family of Howick] LECKIE Stewart COOK Janet Betsy 1890 Australia 26-27 LECKIE Stewart SEAGAR Lillian Annie 1894 Auckland 26-27-3 LECKIE James Edward C MARKS Frances Louisa 1891 Dunedin 26-27-4 LECKIE Stewart MCQUEEN Agnes 1840c Scotland 52-53 [Above link to Leckie families in New Zealand] LECKIE Archibald BOWIE Helen 1798 Scotland 104-105 MCQUEEN Robert Helen 1818c Scotland 106-107 TAYLOR Edward WILBY Minnie 1902 New Zealand 6-7 (refer Images) TAYLOR Charles Thomas LECKIE Agnes 1878 New Zealand 12-13 [Above family linked to the Leckie families in New Zealand & Boyle the Fencible Family of Howick] TRAINOR William Fredk. TAYLOR Edith Emily 1901 New Zealand 12-13-2 WILBY Thomas BLUNDELL Georgina 1862 England 14-15 WILBY Thomas WORKMAN Amelia 1895 New Zealand 14-15 WILBY Thomas MARMONT Amelia 1895 New Zealand 14-15 WILBY James CLAYSON Mary 1827 England 28-29 WILBY William WOODWARD Ann 1800c England 56-57 WILBY William PASEWELL Damaris England 56-57 WILBY Joseph CROFT Mary 1766c England 112-113 WILBY Joseph UNKNOWN Jane England 112-113 WILBY John KINGMAN Ann 1716c England 244-245 WILBY William UNKNOWN Ann 1692c England 448-449
BELL Genealogy Bell Pedigree Chart male female marriage year country chart ANTHONY William LUSHER Sarah 1811 England 234-235 ANTHONY William Mary 1790c England 468-469 ANTHONY William TILLETT Mary 1800England 468-469 ANTHONY William BRAGG Sarah 1801 England 468-469 BELL Charles Jamieson GARRATT Hilda Annie 1933c New Zealand 4-5 BELL Peter Jamieson WHALE Alice Rebecca 1905 New Zealand 8-9 BELL Peter Jamieson MURLEY Elizabeth 1871 New Zealand 16-17 BELL Neil JAMIESON Jessie 1849 Australia 32-33b BLY William COOK Susanna 1863 England 58-59 BLIGH Robert ANTHONY Mary Ann 1841 England 116-117 BLIGH John TOOLEY Mary 1797 England 232-233 COOKE William ANDREW Ann 1836 England 118-119 COOKE William MADDER Frances 1846 England 118-119 COOKE William CODMAN Mary 1797 England 236-237 EAST Sydney Colin WESTWOOD Nina Loyis 1936 New Zealand 6-7 EAST Sydney Robjohns WARREN Vesta Eleanor 1902 New Zealand 12-13 EAST James ROBJOHNS Mary Wilmot 1873c England 24-25 GARRATT Samuel SHAW Bridget 1906 New Zealand 10-11 GARRATT Samuel ALLEN Ann 1873 Australia 20-21 HART William GOOCH Frances 1769 England 958-959 LEWIS Arthur H VOYLE Rosetti 1885c England 30-31 LEWIS Abraham Mary 1838c England 120-121 LEWIS Thomas TAYLOR Ellen 1859c England 60-61 LUSHER Thomas UNDAY Mary 1776 England 470-471 MADDER John TOWERS Frances 1815 England 238-239 MADDER William Mary 1790c England 476-477 MURLEY William Walker OLIVE Rebecca 1835 England 34-35 MURLEY William EASTEAD Jane 1806c England 68-69 OLIVE Joseph CLARK Elizabeth 1807c England 70-71 ROBJOHNS Charles DRAKE Elizabeth 1829c England 50-51 SHAW Matthew COYLE Catherine 1878c Ireland 2-23 SLOAN SLOWAN Patrick JAMIESON Jessie 1836 Scotland 32-33a TOWERS Richard HART Frances 1789 England 478-479 VOYLE Thomas Mary 1857c England 62-63 WARREN John INGLIS Elizabeth 1867c New Zealand 26-27 WARREN John HEARD Harriet 1843c England 52-53 WESTWOOD George E B LEWIS Rose Ellen 1910 New Zealand 14-15 WESTWOOD Thomas BLY Sarah 1887 New Zealand 28-29 WESTWOOD Edward SMITH Elizabeth 1863c England 56-57 WESTWOOD Edward Hannah 1829c England 112-113 WHALE Isaiah RICHARDS Minnie 1878 New Zealand 18-19 WHALE Robert CAMPBELL Isabella 1850 England 36-37 WHALE Joseph Rebecca 1827c England 72-73
HUNT/HUNN Genealogy Hunt/Hunn Pedigree Chart male female marriage date country chart DAY Reginald Richard CAREY Eliza Jane 1903c England 12-13 DOWNHAM James MOSS Mary 1809c England 70-71 FRANCIS John PEARCE Mrs 1837c England 126-127 FOLLETT Charles GUDGE Sarah Ann 1849c England 46-47 FOLLETT John MONCKTON Hannah 1825c England 92-93 GUDGE John SPEARING Hannah 1822c England 94-95 HODDER Walter GOODING Emma Matilda 1839 England 122-123 HUNT Frederick John WOODHAM Noeline Evelda 1934 New Zealand 4-5 HUNN Levi Thomas KOK Maria Magdalena 1910 New Zealand 8-9 HUNN John MINCHIN Emma 1866 England 16-17 HUNN James JONES Martha 1833c England 32-33 KEMPTON Henry William SWAN Esther Jane 1892 New Zealand 30-31 KEMPTON Thomas HODDER Elizabeth M 1857c New Zealand 60-61 KEMPTON Thomas KING Mary Ann 1829c England 120-121 KEMPTON Edward WARE Jemima 1803c England 240-241 KOK Jacob Johannes SMIT Francina Sopia 1883 South Africa 18-19 KOK Jacob Johannes SCHOOMBIE Janetta A W 1897 South Africa 18-19 KOK Jacob Johannes FERREIRA Maria M 1843c South Africa 36-37 KOK Gideon Jacobus VERMAAK Jacomina J 1814c South Africa 72-73 KOK Cornelia DE JAGER Catharina R 1781c South Africa 144-145 KOK Johannes Jacobus VAN ROOYEN Johanna J 1749c South Africa 288-289 MARR Michael FOLLETT Mary Anne 1874 New Zealand 22-23 MARR Michael GASGOYNE Mary Anne 1848c Ireland 44-45 MINCHIN George DOWNHAM Kezia 1845 England 34-35 SUNNEX Clarence Percy KEMPTON Amy May 1923 New Zealand 14-15 SWAN Stephen FRANCIS Sarah Ann 1848c New Zealand 62-63 WILLS Edward Thomas HARKETT Louisa Edith 1900c England 14-15 WOODHAM William Gideon MARR Catherine Eliza 1898 New Zealand 10-11 WOODHAM James BURGESS Sarah 1859c England 20-21 WOODHAM James Martha 1831c England 40-41
FURJES Genealogy Furjes Pedigree Chart male female marriage date country chart COULL Thomas Philip CROXFORD Annie L 1874 New Zealand 26-27 FURJES Lajos GYARFAS Margit 1928c Hungary 4-5 FURJES UNKNOWN 1903c Hungary 8-9 GYARFAS Martin KEREKES Julia 1903c Transalvania 10-11 GOODE Frederick Arthur HIGGS Mary Ann 1896 New Zealand 14-15 GOODE John KEEN Sarah Ann 1867c England 28-29 HIGGS Charles WRIGHT Julia 1862c England 30-31 HIGGS William FISHER Caroline 1812c England 60-61 WILLIAMS Albert Edward GOODE Milicent Julia 1927 New Zealand 6-7 WILLIAMS Charles COULL Charlotte 1898 New Zealand 12-13 WILLIAMS William Henry HODGE Kezia 1854c England 24-25
FOOTE Genealogy Foote Pedigree Chart male female marriage date country chart BENNETT Benjamin SHARP Johanna 1860c Scotland 30-31 BOYD John BENNETT Joanna 1892 New Zealand 14-15 BOYD John RAE Ann 1859c Scotland 28-29 BRANIGAN Peter Nicholas RITSON Eliza Ann 1889 New Zealand 10-11 BRANIGAN Peter Thomas PETFORD Clara 1862 New Zealand 20-21 EVANS William KENDRICK Julia Ann 1829c England 46-47 FOOTE George Theodore BRANIGAN Gladys Pearl 1913 New Zealand 4-5 FOOTE George HOOK Caroline Amelia 1873 England 8-9 FOOTE George BOWEER Avice 1838 England 16-17 MARTIN Edward BOYD-STUART Annie Sharp 1932c New Zealand 6-7 PETFORD John CASSERA Merina Antene 1839 England 42-43 RITSON Thomas Hughes EVANS Matilda 1851 England 22-23 RITSON Thomas Hughes MATTHEWSON Ann 1837 England 22-23 RITSON Thomas HUGHES Mary 1820c England 44-45 STUART George Leslie BOYD Annie Sharp 1918 New Zealand 6-7 STUART George Leslie NIVEN Jean Hawthorne 1932c New Zealand 6-7 STUART William George FENSOM Matilda 1896c Australia 12-13
THORN Genealogy Thorn Pedigree Chart male female marriage date country chart HUMPHREYS John CAMPBELL Mary Jane 1847c India 10-11 NEWPORT Samuel WILLSDEN Ann 1824c England 18-19 ORGAN William Henry JACKSON Mary Ann 1870 New Zealand 14-15 THORN Cecil Walter LESSELS Ivy Gillies 1923 New Zealand 2-3 THORN Walter HUMPHREYS Frances Jane 1887 New Zealand 4-5 THORN John NEWPORT Mary Ann 1849 New Zealand 8-9
Other Miscellaneous Genealogies Over many years other family historians have contacted me about unrelated genealogies. I have compiled some of these unrelated genealogies and followed them up with additional research. I hope the contents will assist other family historians in locating additional information about their ancestors. BARR, MCNICOL & MCLAREN Genealogy Elizabeth HOPKINS & Elizabeth DAY Genealogy MCFLINN & HANLEN Genealogy PHILLIPS & DALEY Genealogy PORTMAN & BUCKLAND Genealogy ROLLS & HARTLEY & HANSEN Genealogy SLOSS & PAHL Genealogy STRANGE Genealogy
One Name Research and Family Histories Through the years I have created some draft family histories. Like all researchers I am always locating additional information and adding it to the manuscripts. By placing these draft publications on the web anyyone can print off the relative documentation that relates to their family tree. If you have any alterations or alterations to add please let me know. BOYLE the Fencible Family of Howick Introduction to Boyle family history The first generation from Ireland to New Zealand Thomas BOYLE and Ellen FANNING and Frances FLANAGAN = chart 54-55 [linked to Taylor genealogy chart 54-55] First born and descendants James BOYLE and Jane FAHEY = chart 54-55-1 Children and descendants of James and Jane Boyle= Mary Ellen BOYLE and Ernest Charles Frederick ZUGE = Chart 54-55-1-1 Thomas Edward BOYLE and Mary Ann Josephine SHERRY = chart 54-55-1-2 Michael Fahey BOYLE and Mabel Ann PEARCE = Chart 54-55-1-3 Second born and descendants Edward BOYLE and Ellen COYLE (5 Issue) = Chart 54-55-2 Children and descendants of Edward and Ellen Boyle Alice BOYLE and Frances William CONWAY = Chart 54-55-2-1 Ellen, Mary-Anne and Thomas BOYLE = chart 54-55-2-2/3/4 Ellen BOYLE and William Henry JOHNSON = chart 54-55-2-5 Second born and descendants continued Edward BOYLE and Hannah HILLS (3 Issue) = Chart 54-55-2 Children and descendants of Edward Boyle and Hannah Hills James HILLS-BOYLE and Anne MILBANK = Chart 54-55-2-6 Dorothy Margaret HILLS-BOYLE and James WILSON = Chart 54-55-2-7 Gladys Annie Matilda HILLS-BOYLE and Thomas William SAVAGE = Chart 54-55-2-8 Third born and descendants Thomas BOYLE and Georgina MILES = Chart 54-55-3 Children and descendants of Thomas and Georgina Boyle Thomas Charles BOYLE and Sylvia Ethel GILES = Chart 54-55-3-1 Fourth born and descendants Margaret BOYLE and Stewart LECKIE = chart 54-55-4 [linked to Taylor genealogy chart 26-27] Children and descendants of Margaret and Stewart Leckie Agnes LECKIE and Charles Thomas TAYLOR = chart 54-55-4-2 [linked to Taylor chart 12-13] Stewart LECKIE and Lillian Annie SEAGAR = chart 54-55-4-3 [linked to Taylor chart 26-27-3] James Edward Charles and Frances Louisa MARKS = chart 54-55-4-4 [linked to Taylor chart 26-27-4] Miscellaneous Boyle Information Other BOYLE families in New Zealand The 1997 BOYLE family reunion in Auckland
MANSSEN family in New Zealand Introduction to the Manssen Family History First generation from Germany to New Zealand George Heinrich Conrad MANSSEN and Johanna Catherine Elisabeth LISAHL [a] The Voyage to Nelson [b] Conditions in Nelson [c] Upper Moutere [d] Back to Nelson [e] Home in Wakapuaka Second Generation [1] Charles Henry MARTIN [2] Caroline Louisa Henrietta MANSSEN and William PAGE (12 Issue) William PAGE his parents & siblings [3] Charles Frederick Henry MANSSEN and Emma Elizabeth MARRIS (15 Issue) Emma Elizabeth MARRIS her parents & siblings [4] Mary Elizabeth MANSSEN [5] Eliza MANSSEN Third Generation Descendants of Caroline and William PAGE [1] Caroline Mary PAGE and Daniel BARNES [2] Amy Elizabeth PAGE and William Thomas FROST [3] Charles PAGE and Olive Gertrude WRATTEN [4] Lilian Ida PAGE and John Thomas BARNES [5] Edith PAGE and Alfred John SLOSS [6] Bertha PAGE and Frederick James LILEY [7] Albert William PAGE and Flora Alice BARNES [8] Florence PAGE and Thomas George FLOWER [9] Ethel PAGE and Archibald SIMPSON [10] Catherine Alice PAGE and Herbert Samuel CLOSE [11] Annie Amelia PAGE and Edward READ [12] Alfred Edgar PAGE and Ruby Florence MOWATT Third Generation Descendants of Charles and Emma MANSSEN [1] Carl William MANSSEN [2] Alice Edith MANSSEN and Edward Lewis BATT [3] John Harold MANSSEN and Malvina Louisa GIBSON [4] Bertha MANSSEN and James Smith LESSELS [5] Mary Ethel MANSSEN and Albert Ernest COOK Albert COOK/KOCH & STEINMULLER ancestors [6] Margaret Eva MANSSEN [7] Percy MANSSEN and Teresa Mary GOODE [8] Conrad Marris MANSSEN and Emily Ethel MILLS [9] Hilda Jane MANSSEN and Thomas John ROBERTSON [10] William Cuthbert MANSSEN and Inez Muriel RICKETTS [11] Frederick Henry MANSSEN and Ruby Julia SHAW [12] Norman MANSSEN and Eliza BATE [13] Francis Moss MANSSEN and Letitia Mary REYNOLDS [14] Ruby MANSSEN [15] May MANSSEN General information covering the first three MANSSEN generations [a] Education for the MANSSEN family in New Zealand [b] Churches and Religion for the MANSSEN family in New Zealand [c] Final Resting Place of the MANSSEN family in New Zealand [d] MANSSEN family in the New Zealand Armed Services Please Note:- Full references and sources are being added to the MANSSEN online documents but there are minimum details regarding living descendants. In 1993 I published the family history titled "The Manssen Family in New Zealand". The 1993 publication includes living details and is available at $50 per copy within New Zealand. Email request to (click on name) Lynly Yates. Please include your full name and contact details. A copy will be forwarded once funds have been received.
The LECKIE families in New Zealand Introduction LECKIE Births, Baptisms and School records in New Zealand LECKIE Deaths, Burials and Probates in New Zealand LECKIE Marriages and Intention to Marry in New Zealand LECKIE New Zealand matched Births, Deaths and Marriages LECKIE Electoral Rolls, Directories and Jury Lists in New Zealand LECKIE Shipping and Miscellaneous NZ documents and records LECKIE Military service with New Zealand LECKIE Newspapers in New Zealand LECKIE Victoria University Law Library transcriptions LECKIE Spouse miscellaneous matched NZ Births, Deaths and Marriages LECKIE Family Genealogy groups husband wife date place in NZ group LECKIE William CRAWFORD Mary 1840 Wellington 100 LECKY Alexander GODDARD Fanny 1856 Auckland 108 LECKIE John MUIRHEAD Agnes 1860 Auckland 101 LECKIE John SLATER-BROWN Mary 1860 Auckland 101 REID Alexander LECKIE Letitia 1861 Auckland 110 LECKY Alexander REID Mary 1862 Dunedin 110 BUNCE John Henry LECKY Matilda Ann 1862 Dunedin 110 LECKIE John [Militia NZ Wars] 1862 Dunedin 102 RIGG Mr LECKIE Katherine C 1862 Wellington 102 LECKIE Edward BRENNAN Mary 1864 Auckland 104 LECKIE John LYLE Isabella 1873 Dunedin 107 LECKIE Malcolm Marion surname unknown 1875 Auckland 111 LECKIE William WINNING Henrietta 1876 Wellington 105 LECKIE John SHAW Elizabeth 1876 Christchurch 112 LECKIE John [Scotland-New Zealand] 1837-1876 Dunedin 113 husband wife date place in NZ group LECKIE James G SMITH Ann 1856 Dunedin 103 LECKIE James MORGAN Ellen Gavin 1877 Dunedin 103-1 LECKIE Alexander WEIR Agnes 1875 Dunedin 103-2 LECKIE Archibald WADDELL Margaret 1883 Dunedin 103-3 LECKIE Robert GALBRAITH Lillian 1883 Dunedin 103-5 LECKIE John Smith ROBSON Sarah Philis 1893 Dunedin 103-8 LECKIE Richard MONEY Ellen 1897 Dunedin 103-9 LECKIE William Gunn FARQUHARSON Helen C 1894 Dunedin 103-10 husband wife date place in NZ group LECKIE John ALEXANDER Eliza Rose 1863 Dunedin 106 LECKIE James Alexander CROCKETT Jemima Maria 1885 Invercargill 106-1 GILLER Harry Arthur LECKIE Eliza Scott 1903 Invercargill 106-2 LECKIE John Thomas SHIELDS Esther 1896 Invercargill 106-7 LECKIE Alexander R MITCHELL Mary Ann 1894 Invercargill 106-8 MITCHELL CAMERON Misc genealogy 106-8-0 husband wife date place in NZ group LECKIE Stewart MCQUEEN Agnes 1857 Dunedin 109 [link to Taylor genealogy chart 52-53] LECKIE Stewart BOYLE Margaret 1864 Auckland 109-1 [link to Taylor genealogy chart 26-27] TAYLOR Charles Thomas LECKIE Agnes 1878 Westcoast 109-1-2 [link to Taylor genealogy chart 12-13] LECKIE Stewart SEAGAR Lillian Annie 1894 Auckland 109-1-3 [link to Taylor genealogy chart 26-27-3] LECKIE James Edward C MARKS Frances Louisa 1891 Dunedin 109-1-4 [link to Taylor genealogy chart 26-27-4] LECKIE Archibald COLLINS Mary 1884 Dunedin 109-2 LECKIE John WOOD Minnie 1884 Dunedin 109-3 LECKIE Robert MOWBRAY Barbara 1884 Dunedin 109-9 LECKIE William WATT Eliza Nicole Gore 1884 Dunedin 109-10
DE THIERRY families in New Zealand Baron Charles Philip Hippolytus DE THIERRY died on the 08 July 1864 in Auckland New Zealand. On the dawn of 08 July 2009 145 years later I unveiled the DE THIERRY Whakapapa/Genealogy on the website. The Baron took a major part in the early history of New Zealand and there are many descendants that still bear the surname of DE THIERRY. Introduction and contents Section 1 - First Generation [a] Baron DE THIERRY [b] Ancestors of Baron DE THIERRY [c] Royal ancestors of Baron DE THIERRY Section 2 - Second Generation [1] Charles Thomas Frederick DE THIERRY & Mary NYE & Martha TE MOANANUI & Mary Jane BROWN [2] Richard Louis Francis James DE THIERRY & Herana Te WHAKAURIKA aka Sarah Ann WAITAI [3] George DE THIERRY [4] Isabel Caroline Louisa DE THEIRRY & Henry MATSON [5] John William DE THIERRY & Bonyhady Lucas AMA & Unknown Maori Women Section 3 - Third Generation and descendants [1] Caroline Mary DE THIERRY & Seth PARSONS [1] Male DE THIERRY-PARSONS [2] Martha Mary PARSONS & Alexander William MORRIS(unsure) [3] Giles Leslie PARSONS [4] Dorothy Adelaide PARSONS [2] Charles Richard DE THIERRY [3] Emily Mary DE THIERRY & Robert Alfred BURGESS [4] Frederick James DE THIERRY & Harriett LAYCOCK [1] Ada Emily Isabella DE THIERRY & David MORRISON [2] Della Amy DE THIERRY & John Frederick (Jack) SLATER [3] Lionel Nye DE THIERRY & Beryl Josephine HARDY [4] Muriel Joy DE THIERRY & Leo Norman GRIFFITHS [5] George Hammond DE THIERRY & Martha AKARAUTI & Mary REYNOLDS [1] Charles Harvey DE THIERRY & Jean RYRIE [2] Richard Louis Francis James DE THIERRY & Moengaroa RIHARI [3] George Hammond DE THIERRY & Harriet Adelaide MONTGOMERY [4] Isabella Reynolds DE THEIRRY & Dennis Arthur ELLIOTT [5] Jack William DE THIERRY & Hazel Madeline BURKE [6] Isabella Margaret DE THEIRRY & George McLellan BROADFOOT [7] Thomas Henry DE THIERRY & Lucy COLENSO [1] Thomas Arthur Henry DE THIERRY & Lillian HARVEY [2] Onward DE THIERRY [3] William Richard DE THIERRY & Ruru Ngapera WERI or PURU [4] Mary Harriet DE THIERRY [5] Virginia Sarah DE THIERRY & Howell ST Clair WILLIAMS [8] William George or George William DE THIERRY [9] William DE THEIRRY & Mary JEFFERIES [1] George DE THEIRRY & Rora WILLIAMS [2] Charles DE THEIRRY [3] Isabella (Bella) DE THIERRY [4] Matilda (Tilly) DE THIERRY [5] Anne DE THIERRY & Raharuhi MATATANI [6] Whaiti (Te Whaiti) DE THIERRY [7] John DE THIERRY [8] Macrea DE THIERRY & Victoria NEPE [9] Emily DE THEIRRY & MArtin HEREWINI [10]Dorothy Elizabeth DE THIERRY & Pere Poti Epiha NETANA Section 4 - DE THIERRY Miscellaneous transcriptions [a] NZ Births [b] NZ Deaths [c] NZ Marriages [d] NZ Matched BDM [e] NZ Miscellaneous Information Section 5 - Other families with different spellings [a] Gerard De Thierry SAMPSON & Ellen MAHONY
Other Research Projects While researching the different family genealogies I became interested in other subjects and events relating to my families research. Soon I had gathered various pieces of information that did not relate to my family but I knew would be of interest to other researchers. The documents below cover some of the subjects and events that I became interested in over the years. By sharing the information with others then I beleive that my time has not been wasted.
Birth, Death and Marriage registration transcripts While researching the different genealogies on this website I collected numerous New Zealand and Overseas birth, death and marriage registrations. A few of the registrations are unrelated to the genealogies on the website so I have transcribed everything to assist other family historians. Part 1 - Birth, death & marriage transcripts (New Zealand & Overseas) A to G Births, deaths & marriages H to L Births, deaths & marriages M to Q Births, deaths & marriages R to Z Births, deaths & marriages Intention to Marry (New Zealand only)
Deserters of the New Zealand Wars While creating the website, research for the deserters project has been delayed. Introduction contents & index Combined List of Deserters A-Z A-C Deserters potted history D-K Deserters potted history L-Q Deserters potted history R-Z deserters potted history Transcrtions from New Zealand War and Militia records - work in progress Maori deaths & prisoners of New Zealand Wars New Zealand Gazettes 1871 List of Deserters New Zealand Medal Index Deserters list from R Stowers Wanganui Library Militia records New Plymouth Library Militia records Transcriptions Miscellaneous records & Army Department
What Happened to the St Pauli Passengers While researching the MANSSEN family history I soon gathered a lot of information about other German families who traveled to New Zealand with the MANSSEN family on the ship "St Pauli". Introduction and contents Part 1 - From Germany to New Zealand The Voyage of the St Pauli and the German Emigrants Appendix V1 Draft passenger list Appendix V2 Embarkation register Appendix V3 Arrivial passenger list & remarks Appendix V4 Wohlers travel diary Part 1 Germany to Bahia Appendix V5 Wohlers travel diary Part 2 Bahia to New Zealand Appendix V6 Heine's diary & memories Appendix V7 JMC Bisley formerly Karsten's memories Appendix V8 Written Complaint by St Pauli Passengers at Bahai Appendix V9 New Zealand Company reports & correspondence Appendix V10 Alexander Turnbull Library Library references Part 2 - Conditions for the German settlers in Nelson New Zealand Conditions in Nelson Appendix C1 New Zealand Company index to major records Appendix C2 New Zealand Company [NZC] reports & correspondence Part 3 - Moutere the first German Settlement The first German settlement Appendix M1 CH Martin newspaper transcriptions of Moutere Appendix M2 NZC invoices, reports and correspondence Part 4 - The Moutere settlers return to Nelson The German settlers in Nelson Appendix N1 Naturization transcripts Appendix N2 NZC Public works documents Appendix N3 Other NZC documents Appendix N4 Newspaper articles, reports & letters to the Editor Part 5 - German families leave Nelson for Australia Emigranting to Australia Appendix A1 Skiold passenger list Appendix A2 Shipping intelligence and Port of Nelson records Appendix A3 Palmya passenger list Appendix A4 Newspaper reports about Germans Part 6 - The German settlers who remained in Nelson German Settlers in Nelson Appendix S1 Nelson 1845 census (German settlers) Appendix S2 Nelson 1849 census (German settlers) Appendix S3 NZ Journal 1849 report on German settlers Appendix S4 Library miscellaneous collections (German settlers) Part 7 - Potted history of the St Pauli passengers A-Z Germans who remained or returned to New Zealand A-Z Germans who settled in Australia or Overseas St Pauli passenger Theodor Barth Part 8 - Potted histories of the Skiold passengers A-Z Germans who remined or returned to New Zealand A-Z Germans who settled in Australia or Overseas Part 9 - Chronological History of German Settlers in New Zealand History in chronological order
FAMILY HISTORIES AND GENEALOGIES - UPPER HUTT & HUTT VALLEY SETTLERS Alexander and Karry Family Alton and Harrison Family Ames and Roberts Family Auld and Sherman Family Avery and Tandy Family Baigent and Tuckwell Family (Leonard Joseph & Sophia May) Balcombe-Brown and Baillie Family Banks and Griffiths Families (Teachers Mungaroa/Te Marua School & Karapoti School & kia WW1) Barber and Woouldom Family Barton and Butler Family Baskett and Harper Family (UH Borough Councillor) Bates and Cowper Family (UH Borough Councillor) Bayliss and Williams Family Beechey and Harbidge and Dumbleton Family (UH Borough Councillor) Benge and Collett Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Benge and Mabey Family (UH Town Board Commisioner) Benge and Mabey and Magnus Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Benge and Roberts Family Bennington and Cotter Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Blewman and Mulhane Family (UH Town Board Commissioner & UH Borough Council Mayor & Councillor) Blundell and McGowan Family Bowler and Laver Family (Sections 4 & 5 Pakuratahi) Bowyer and Smith Family Brannen and McKeen Family Brown and Britten Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Brown and Flynn Family Burrell and Alexander Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Burrell and Benge Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Burt Brothers and Family (Henry, Richard & Thomas) Butler and Buckle Family Campbell and Kingsland Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Canning and Brown Family Carrick and Unknown Family Castle and Sussex Family (UH Borough Councillor) Chapman Taylor Family Cleland and Mabey Family Clifford and Stanley and Lauchlan Family Clough and Hooper Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Clouston and Creighton Family Clyma and Hoare Family (UH Borugh Councillor & Street) Collett and Russell Family (Street) Collins and Downey Family (James & Annie) Comeskey and McCready Family Connell and Williams Family Cooley and Mayfield Family (Cooley Gully & Cooley Stream Mungaroa) Corbett and Row Family Costin and Hall Family Cotter and Dixon and Haybittle Family Cottle and Gill Family Cottle and Pearce Family (UH Borough Councillor) Craig and Cudby Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Craig and Hodgson and Family Cruickshank and Mowat Family Cudby and Payne Family Dalton and Blanford Family Daroux and Redpath Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Davis and Judd Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Devine and Pratt Family (Sections 33, 34, 35 Mungaroa Valley & sections 43, 44 Whitemans Valley) Dew and Davis Family Downing and Friend Family Downs and Paley Family Duff and McCorkindale Family (UH Borough Councillor) Edwards and Ashcroft Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Edwards and Jones Family Elliott and Kirk Family (UH Town Board Commissioenr) Evans and Ladbrooke Family Fortune Hume Family Fortune and La Trobe Family (UH Borough Councillor) Francis and Barnes Family (Brethren) Francis and Benge Family Francis and Henrichs Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Gard and Hookham Family Gardner and Benge Family Geange and Barber and Satchell Family Gibbons and Young Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Golder and Martin Family (Golders Cottage) Golder and Taylor Family Goodwin and Keys Family Gorrie and McGregor Family Goss and Hulbert and Collett Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Greenwood and Hindle Family Greenwood and Page Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Greig and Scott Family (UH Town Board Commissioner & UH Borough Council Councillor) Guthrie and Mills Family (UH Town Board Commissioner & UH Borough Councillor) Hagan and Gillighan Family Hall and Goodwin Family (Hall Grove) Harris and Harris Family (Section No 7 & 10 Pakuratahi) Harrison and Mabey Family Harrison and Smith and Davis Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Hart David Family (Pakuratahi early sections) Hart and James Family Hartley and Greathead Family Haybittle and Gooding Family Hazelwood and Baker Family Hazelwood and Hewson Family (UH Borough Councillor) Herring and Eaton Family (first Minister St John's Anglican Church Trentham) Hercock and Baldwin Family Hinkley Families (Hinkley Way) Hirst and Sykes Family Hodgson and Skinner Family Hood and Wilson Family (UH Borough Councillor) Hounslow and Jones Family Howard Biffin Family (Pakuratahi early sections) Howell and Peare Family (UH Borough Councillor) Hurley and OSullivan and Lynch Family (Upper Hutt School teacher) Jameson and Murrow Family (UH Borough Councillor) Jensen and Bennett Family (General Store corner Station Street and Main Street) Johnson and Lankow Family Johnston and Jarvis Family (UH Borough Councillor) Jones and Cranton Family (UH Borough Council Councillor & UH City Councillor) Jones and Fisher Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Kearney and Unknown family Kelly and Hodgson Family Kemp and Burton Family (UH Town Board Commissioner & Doctor) Kemp and Nowell Family (buried St Johns churchyard) Keys and Blake Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Keys and Hills Family (UH Borough Councillor) Keys and Welch Family Kinsman and Mortimer and Williams and Spearman Family (UH Borough Council Mayor & UH City Mayor) Kitson and Richards and Storey Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Knox and Reynolds Family (UH City Councillor) Leach and Cook Family (Pakuratahi settler 1850s) Leckie and Crawford Family Lodge and Stansell and McCarthy Family (UH Borough Councillor) Lyster and Nickless Family McCulloch and Ranson Family McCurdy and Jones Family (UH Town Board Commissioner & UH Borough Council Mayor) McEwen and Neish Family (Mungaroa Valley Road) McGhie and Barnes Family McHardie and Sharley Family McManaway and Lysaught and Magee Family (Early Wellington Surveyor) Mabey and Croom Family Maher and Benge Family Martin and Brown Family Martin and Cudby Family (UH Town Board Commisioner) Martin and Edwards Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Mason and Whitehead Family Mills and Wright Family (Section 7 & 10 Pakuratahi) Molloy and Sampson Family (Molloys Road Te Marua) Morgan and Thomson Family Mudgway and Wilson Family Munn and Foster Family Nicholson and Baker Family Ockenden and Hatton Family O'Flaherty and Conrick Family (UH Borough Councillor) Patton and Drew Family Pearce and Cox Family (Pakuratahi section) Pearson and Von Keisenberg Family Perry and Dew Family Pike and Bell Family Poulson and Johnson Family Pudney and Davies Family Purvis and Cameron Family (UH Borough Councillor) Quinn and Houlahan Family (UH Town Board Commissioners - Richard Quinn & Thomas Quinn) Renshaw and Barker Family (Nurse Renshaw) Robertson and England and Finlay Family (UH Town Board Commissioner & UH Borough Mayor & Councillor) Robinson and Bates Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Robinson and Unknown Family Rogers and Raymond Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Ross and Falloon Family Salisbury and Smith Family Scholes and Symons Family Schwartz and Coutie Family Seagar and Haybittle Family Sim and Unknown Family Sinclair and Campbell Family (sections 45, 46, 47 Mungaroa) Smith and Wallace Family Southee and Brooks and Sharpe Family Spackman and Southam Family Spearman and Marshall Family (UH Borough Councillor) Stace and Lucas Family Stanley and Robinson and Banks Family (Teacher Mungaroa/Te Marua School & WW1 Influenza) Stokes and Pughe Family Sunnex and Webley Family Sutherland and Nicolson Family (UH Borough Councillor) Swainson and Parkes and Grasby Family Sykes and Childs Family Symons and Brown Family (1869 UH drowning & Long Firm sawmill UH) Thomas and Baker and Reilly Family Thomson and Thomson Family Udy and Clemence Family Wagg and Pearson Family Walker and Brown Family Walsh and Minihan Family Wardell and Thorne Family Webb and Holmden Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) White and Phippen Family Whitehead and Shirley Family (1860-1870 UH sawmiller) Whiteman and Martin Family Whitewood and Monteith Family Wilkie and Mabey Family (UH Town Board Commissioner) Wilkie and White Family Wilkins and Hills Family Williams and Blatchford Family Williams and Drummond Family Wilson and Brown Family Wood and Jamieson Family Wright Johnson Family Wyeth and Runalls Family
UPPER HUTT HISTORICAL PROJECTS EARLY MAORI SETTLEMENT - Upper Hutt District Maori Places and Pa's in Upper Hutt district Maori Iwi and People in Upper Hutt district Chief Te Kaeaea also known as Taringa Kuri Native Reserves Section No 3, No 4 & No 7 Pakuratahi Native Reserve Section No 84 Silverstream (Whirinaki) Native Reserves Section No 98 & 102 Wallaceville (Mauihakono) Native Reserves Section No 120 & 121 Upper Hutt central (Hokowhetu) Native Reserve Section 175 Maoribank (Haukaretu) Time line of Maori people and events associated with Upper Hutt district EARLY SETTLERS Births, Deaths & Intention to Marry Applications - Upper Hutt District Births Deaths & Marriages Registrars and Registration districts in Upper Hutt and the Hutt Valley Birth Death and Marriage Statistics 1853 onwards for Upper Hutt district and the Hutt Valley 1862 & 1863 & 1899 Intention to Marry Applications Upper Hutt district 1914-1918 Intention to Marry Application Upper Hutt district BUILDINGS, BUSINESSES, HOTELS & INFRASTRUCTURE - Upper Hutt District Heritage sites and buildings List for the Upper Hutt district Buildings and Houses Blockhouse & Stockade Wallaceville & Trentham district Section 94 Pumpkin Cottage Silverstream district Stonestead Te Marua district (Mungaroa) Section 111 Buildings and Business district Upper Hutt Main Street (only) Main Street 84-88 Hercocks & CBD Tower Main Street 111-113 Strouds & Wheeler Shoes Main Street 146-148 Benges Main Street 168 Cloustons Main Street Majestic Theatre buiding Main Street Mayfair Theatre building Main Street Hutt Queens Chambers Businesses Company Closed Files 1900-1950 Upper Hutt Businesses Company Closed Files 1950-1980 Upper Hutt Businesses Poultry Farms in Upper Hutt District Hospitals Private Hospital Huggins central Upper Hutt Private Hospital Nurse Renshaw Victoria Street Upper Hutt Hotel & Inns Hotels in Upper Hutt district Hotel Proprietors and Owners A-Z for all Upper Hutt hotels Barley Mow Inn Silverstream Section 81 Criterion Hotel & Shepherd Inn Upper Hutt Township Section 128 Golden Fleece Hotel Pakuratahi & Kaitoke district Section 7 Highland Home & Railway Hotel & Trentham Hotel & Quinns Post Hotel Trentham-Wallaceville district Section 94 Mungaroa Hotel & Bloomfield House-Tea rooms-Farm Te Marua district Section 112 Provincial Hotel Upper Hutt Township Section 119 Infrastructure and other local items Bridges in the Upper Hutt district Centennial Clock 1840-1940 in the Upper Hutt district Tea Shelter 1949 Akatarawa Road Birchville Maidstone Park Heritage Buildings CHURCHES AND CEMETERIES - Upper Hutt District St John's church research Trentham St John's church & churchyard Trentham St Joseph's church & churchyard Upper Hutt Township Wallaceville Cemetery Whitemans Valley St John's parish records compiled by Church Warden Burial Records Trentham Headstone Inscriptions Trentham EDUCATION AND SCHOOLS - Upper Hutt District Schools in the Upper Hutt district Akatarawa Primary School Upper Hutt Kaitoke Primary School Upper Hutt Karapoti Primary School Upper Hutt Maymorn Primary School Upper Hutt Maymorn School Pupils 1950-1955 (private) Mungaroa or Maungaroa Primary School Upper Hutt St Joseph's Orphanage and Industrial School St Joseph's Orphanage School Pupils 1912-1939 Upper Hutt Primary School Upper Hutt Upper Hutt District School Pupils1885-1897 Upper Hutt District School Pupils1907 Upper Hutt District School Pupils1910 ELECTORAL ROLLS, DIRECTORIES, PETITION, CENSUS & FREEHOLDERS LISTS - Upper Hutt District 1874-1966 Population Upper Hutt District 1874 Petition Upper Hutt Residents 1880 Petition Upper Hutt Residents 1903 Petition Upper Hutt Residents 1882 Freeholders of New Zealand Upper Hutt District 1853-1896 Electoral Rolls Upper Hutt Residents 1893 Electoral Roll Upper Hutt Women & Suffrage Petition 1904 Directory Upper Hutt Residents 1959-1961 Directory Upper Hutt Main Street (only) 1853-1862 Draft Census Upper Hutt Residents 1870-1879 Draft Census Upper Hutt Residents 1880-1889 Draft Census Upper Hutt Residents 1885-1889 Draft Census Upper Hutt Residents 1900-1909 Draft Census Upper Hutt Residents 1907-1908 Draft Census Upper Hutt Residents 1950-1951 Draft Census Upper Hutt Residents LOCAL GOVERNMENT - Upper Hutt District Upper Hutt Town Board 24 April 1908 - 26 February 1926 Commissioners 1908-1910 = George Issac Benge (Chairman), Richard Henry Williams, Alexander Gordon Martin, William Richard Keys, John Thomas Craig, Job Harrison, Frances Howard Wilkie Commissioners 1910-1912 = Job Harrison (Chairman), George Issac Benge, John Thomas Benge, William Burrell, Phillip David Davis, Harry Clifton Gibbons, Reginald Herbert Webb, Commissioners 1912-1914 = Reginald Herbert Webb, George Isaac Benge, Norman Joseph Bennington, William Burrell, Frederick William Kemp, Richard Quinn, Peter Robertson, Angus John McCurdy Commissioners 1914-1916 = Peter Robertson (Chairman), William Greig, Alfred William Kitson, James Brown, Reginald Herbert Webb, Angus John McCurdy, Edwin Bernard Elliott Commissioners 1916-1918 = Peter Robertson (Chairman), William Greig, Alfred William Kitson, Edwin Bernard Elliott, Leonard Clough, James Brown, Angus John McCurdy Commissioners 1918-1920 = George Archibald Campbell (Chairman), Job Mabey Benge, William Henry Edwards, William Greig, Job Harrison, Hedley Rayner Pearson, Peter Robertson, Angus John McCurdy Commissioners 1920-1922 = William Greig (Chairman), Louis Daroux, Edwin Bernard Elliott, William George Goss, James Greenwood, George Humphrey Guthrie, Thomas Quinn, William Robinson (replaced Elliott), Stanley Dick Rogers, (replaced Daroux) Commissioners 1922-1924 = William Greig (Chairman), William Robinson, William George Goss, James Greenwood, George Humphrey Guthrie, Stanley Dick Rogers, Thomas Quinn (resigned) Commissioners 1924-1926 = Angus John McCurdy (Chairman), James Blewman, Tom Samuel Burrell, William Greig, George Thomas Jones, James Martin, James Greenwood, Willian Charles Francis (replaced Greig) 1908 Upper Hutt Town Borough Petition Householders 1908 Upper Hutt Town Borough Petition Section Numbers Upper Hutt Borough Council 26 February 1926 - 28 May 1966 Councillors 1926-1927 = Angus John McCurdy (Mayor), Charles Lawrence Alexander Spearman, William Greig, Herbert Edward Lodge, James Blewman, James Mansfield Beechey, Amos Howell, John Kirkpatrick Johnston, Thomas Reginald Jameson Councillors 1927-1929 = Peter Robertson (Mayor), James Blewman, John Owen Duff, William Greig, George Humphrey Guthrie, Amos Howell, Thomas Reginald Jameson, John Kirkpatrick Johnston, Charles Lawrence Alexander Spearman Councillors 1929-1931 = Peter Robertson (Mayor), James Blewman, Edward William Cottle, John Owen Duff, William Greig, George Humphrey Guthrie, Malcolm Hopkins Hood, Amos Howell, Charles Lawrence Alexander Spearman Councillors 1931-1933 = Angus John McCurdy (Mayor), George Humphrey Guthrie James Thomas Hazelwood, Malcolm Hopkins Hood (resigned April 1933), Amos Howell, Thomas Reginald Jameson (resigned April 1933), Francis Percy Keys, James Peter O'Flaherty, Councillors 1933-1935 = Angus John McCurdy (Mayor), George Sterndale Bates (resigned), Wilfred Fortune, George Humphrey Guthrie, William Greig, Francis Percy Keys, Edward William Cottle, Amos Howell, James Purvis, James Blewman (replaced G S Bates) Councillors 1935-1938 = Angus John McCurdy (Mayor), James Blewman, George Humphrey Guthrie, Amos Howell (retired Oct 1937), John Seaman Baskett, William Greig, Francis Percy Keys, Arthur Sutherland (retired Oct 1937), James Purvis (appointed Aug 1937), Frederick Castle (replaced A Howell), Thomas Owen Sydney Clyma (replaced A Sutherland) Councillors 1938-1941 = Peter Robertson (Mayor died 14 May 1939), C A Rendle, H Polson, William Greig (died March 1940), James Blewman, (Deputy Mayor-elected Mayor 14 May 1939), A W Richardson, H Lancaster, Thomas Owen Sydney Clyma, P Gray, James Purvis (appointed May 1939),W A Stewart (appointed March 1940) Councillors 1941-1944 = James Blewman (Mayor), C A Rendle, G Stamp-Taylor (died June 1943), W A Stewart, Thomas Owen Sydney Clyma, F R Streeter, H Lancaster, K S Geange, P Gray, A W Richardson, (appointed June 1943) Councillors 1944-1947 = James Blewman (Mayor), K S Geange, P Gray, H Lancaster (resigned), R Cameron, R A Row (resigned September 1946), Thomas Owen Sydney Clyma, J A Taylor (resigned September 1946), James Purvis, A F W Jackson appointed September 1946, E W Nicolaus (appointed September 1946), A J Hayden (replaced H Lancaster) Councillors 1947-1950 = E W Nicolaus (Mayor resigned March 1950), G L Williams (Deputy Mayor-elected Mayor March 1950), S Northcote-Bade, K D Hall, T G Hutcheson (resigned March 1950), J E McCann (resigned March 1950), James Purvis, R R Sainsbury, A L Spears (resigned March 1950, Thomas Owen Sydney Clyma (appointed March 1950), F P Keys (appointed March 1950), L Moran (appointed March 1950), E E McCurdy (appointed March 1950) Councillors 1950-1953 = G L Williams (Mayor), James Purvis, E E McCurdy, F P Keys, Thomas Owen Sydney Clyma, W J Butler(resigned 1952), R R Sainsbury (resigned 1952), T Harte, A C Piper, G A Chapman (elected May 1952), R H E Slacke (elected May 1952) Councillors 1953-1956 = R H E Slacke (Mayor), George Alan Chapman (resigned), James Brandon Buchanan, Thomas Harte, Eric Robinson Neal, Melvin Hart Wellington, Anthony Rehill Wall (resigned), Francis Percy Keys, Elma Helen Wright Mrs, R I Craig Mrs (appointed), F Cormack (appointed) Councillors 1956-1959 = R H E Slacke (Mayor), J B Buchanan (resigned June 1957), E R Neal, R I Craig Mrs, W C Smith, R T Higgs, J R Scott, N A Forsyth, D Manson, C R Gibbs (appointed June 1957) Councillors 1959-1962 = Percy Henry Kinsman (Mayor), H Anderson, J D Armstrong, R I Craig Mrs (resigned 1961), C R Gibbs (resigned 1960), P C C Keeton, M A Pahani, J R Scott, A R Tarr, R F Wright (elected October 1960), D Manson (elected August 1961) Councillors 1962-1965 = Percy Henry Kinsman (Mayor), W V Bullen Mrs, W F Downs, M M Duffy, C O Gibbs, M J Gilloch, J G Jones, G T Reilly (resigned November 1964), B C Wilson (resigned 1964), A R Tarr (elected May 1964) Councillors 1965-1966 = Percy Henry Kinsman (Mayor), Hance Johnson Brannen, William Francis Downs, Colin Ogilvie Gibbs, Lionel George Jones, Doris Turner Nicholson Mrs, Ian Alexander Ross, Donald Hugh Sim, George Arnold Thomas 1932-1946 Upper Hutt Town Borough Statistical returns Upper Hutt City Council 28 May 1966 - Current Councillors 1966-1968 = Percy Henry Kinsman (Mayor), Hance Johnson Brannen, William Francis Downs, Colin Ogilvie Gibbs, Lionel George Jones, Doris Turner Nicholson Mrs, Ian Alexander Ross, Donald Hugh Sim, George Arnold Thomas Councillors 1968-1971 = G H Thomas (Mayor died 1970), D T Nicholson Mrs (Deputy Mayor-Mayor 1970), D L Fraser, W J Hansen (resigned), H L Heatley (deceased), L G Jones (Deputy Mayor 1970), Joan Mavis Knox Mrs, R Miller, B J Ruck, B M Seddon, D H Sim, N M Wetherall Mrs (elected), R M Christie (elected), J S Whitton (elected) Councillors 1971-1974 = Doris T Nicholson Mrs (Mayor), K G Barnard, R D Christie, D L Fraser, R G Jenkins, L G Jones (Deputy Mayor), Joan Mavis Knox Mrs, S A Macaskill, K E Moody, W Pearson, M M Thomas Mrs, N M Wetherall Mrs, J S Whitton, Rimutaka riding of Hutt County amalgamated 01 April 1973 included I K Andrews, K P Maher, D E Ormrod, F K Stewart, G W Yeates Councillors 1974-1977 = Doris Turner Nicholson Mrs (Mayor), City Ward = K G Barnard, R D Chrsitie, K J Garratt, D H Johnson, L G Jones, R S Kirton, Joan Mavis Knox Mrs, S A Macaskill, T N Moon, M M Thomas Mrs, N M Wetherall Mrs, J S Whitton, plus Rimutaka urban = D Ormrod, F K Stewart, G W Yeates, R Young, plus Rimutaka rural = K P Maher Councillors 1977-1980 = R S Kirton (Mayor), K G Barnard, K Boyd, R D Christie, D H Johnson, H D Kent, Joan Mavis Knox Mrs, S A Macaskill, J S Whitton, D E Ormrod, F K Stewart, R Young, R C Gudopp Councillors 1980-1983 = R S Kirton (Mayor), K G Barnard, P Bentley, R D Christie, T S Johnson, H D Kent, Joan Mavis Knox Mrs, I N Thomas Mrs, R Young, R G Brewer, N F Hansen, D E Ormrod (Deputy Mayor), K P Maher Councillors 1983-1986 = Rex S Kirton (Mayor), A F Anderson Mrs, K G Barnard, R G Brewer, Joan Mavis Knox Mrs, A K Mark, W M Nicholls, D E Ormrod, S M Russell Mrs, I N Thomas Mrs, G C Campbell Councillors 1986-1989 = Rex S Kirton (Mayor), K G Barnard, Hilda F Billington Mrs, R G Brewer, N F Hansen, W M Nicholls, D E Ormrod, P Richardson Mrs, S M Russell Mrs, M M Thomas Mrs (died before term ended), G C Campbell, Councillors 1989-1992 = Rex S Kirton (Mayor), Hilda F Billington Mrs, S M Russell Mrs, W M Nicholls, plus Northern Ward = D E Ormrod (Deputy Mayor), H Newell Mrs, P Richardson Mrs, R G Brewer, plus Southern ward = R M Miller, P R Christianson Mrs, H M Collins Mrs, S J Wilson, plus Rural Ward = J R Berkett Councillors 1992-1995 = Councillors 1995-1998 = Councillors 1998-2001 = Councillors 2001-2004 = Councillors 2004-2007 = Councillors 2007-2010 = Councillors 2010-2013 = Wayne Guppy (Mayor) Peter McCardle (Deputy Mayor), Mary Archibald, Pat Christianson, Nellie Gillies, John Gwilliams, Glen McCarthy, Deam Rabbitt, Hellen Swales, Nick Thomas, Dave Wheller, Councillors 2013-2016 = Wayne Guppy (Mayor), John Gwilliam (Deputy Mayor), Mary Archibald, Blair Griffiths, Paul Lambert, Glen McCarthy, Anglea McLeod, Deam Rabbitt, Hellen Swales, Steve Taylor, Dave Wheller, Councillors 2016-2019 = Wayne Guppy (Mayor), Chris Carson, Ros Connelly, Blair Griffiths, John Gwilliam, Paul Lambert, Glenn McArthur, Angela McLeod, Hellen Swales, Steve Taylor, Dave Wheeler Councillors 2019-2022 = Wayne Guppy (Mayor), Dyland Bentley, Christ Carson, Blair Griffiths, Paul Lambert, Angela McLeod, Heather Newell, Hellen Swales, Steve Taylor, Tracey Ultra, Dave Wheeler, NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS - Upper Hutt District Heath Department Silverstream Hospital Silverstream Justice Department - Police Stations - Magistrarte Courts Police Station & Court Cases Upper Hutt District Justice of Peace Upper Hutt District Coroners Inquests & Reports Court Cases in Upper Hutt Crime & Police in Upper Hutt Post Office Department Upper Hutt Post Office and Postmasters Upper Hutt District Post Offices and Postmasters Railway Department - New Zealand Railways 1866-1880 NZ Railways Wellington to Wairarapa Line 1950-1970 NZ Railways Maymorn Camp Residents and Housing LAND INFORMATION - Upper Hutt District Estates and Subdivisions Birch Tree Estate - Heretaunga 1929 - Section 101 Chatsworth Estate - Silverstream 1907 - Section 101 Deller Subdivision - Pinehaven 1951 - section unknown Dominion Estate - Upper Hutt 1908 - Section 119 Five Farms Subdivision - Upper Hutt (Totara Park) Keys Estate Ebdentown - Upper Hutt 1907 - Section 121 Maoribank Estate - Upper Hutt Melbarville Estate - Upper Hutt Palfrey Estate - Upper Hutt Trentham Estate - Upper Hutt 1915 - Section 96 Township of Hokowhitu & Township of Reayville - Upper Hutt 1905 - Section 120 Township of Trentham - The Lady Bentinck Estate - Trentham 1904 - Section 125 Township of Wallaceville - Trentham 1904 - Section 125 Waldegrave Park Estate - Upper Hutt 1907 - Section 119 Upper Hutt Township Land Company Limited - Upper Hutt 1907-1920 - Sections 119 & 120 & 121 Estates & Districts in Upper Hutt Area Estates & Subdivision Research in Upper Hutt District Street names and their origin - Upper Hutt Street Names A-Z and their origins Upper Hutt District UH Streets a Advertiser Lane - Avro Road UH Streets bc Bailey Grove - Cairo Street UH Streets cd California Drive - Dakota Grove UH Streets def Dante Road - Fulton Close UH Streets ghi Gaba Tepe Way - Independent Lane UH Streets ijkl Indiana Grove - Lyster Lane UH Streets m McLaren Street - Murray Street UH Streets nopq Nepoui Crescent - Queen Street UH Streets r Racecourse Road - Rutland Street UH Streets stu Sandford Street - Utah Grove UH Streets vwxyz Valley Road - York Avenue Street Names A-Z and their themes Upper Hutt District Street Origin Research Upper Hutt District Upper Hutt Districts and Topographic features 1954-1967 Road Development from Government Records for Upper Hutt Sections - Land Owners - Valuation Rolls - Rating Rolls Section 01 Pakuratahi Section 02 Pakuratahi Section 03 Pakuratahi (Native) Section 04 Pakuratahi (Native) Section 05 Pakuratahi Section 06 Pakuratahi Section 07 Pakuratahi (Native) Section 08 Pakuratahi Section 09 Pakuratahi Section 10 Pakuratahi Section 11 Pakuratahi Section 12 Pakuratahi Section 13 Pakuratahi Section 14 Pakuratahi Section 18 Rimutaka Sections Section 81 Silverstream Sections Section 82 Silverstream Sections Section 83 Silverstream Sections Section 84 Silverstream & Heretaunga Sections (Gower Township) Section 85 Silverstream & Heretaunga Sections (Gower Township) Section 86 Trentham Heretaunga Sections (Gower Township) Section 87 Trentham Heretaunga Sections (Gower Township) Section 88 Trentham Heretaunga Sections (Gower Township) Section 89 Trentham Sections (Township of Trentham) Section 90 Trentham Sections (Township of Trentham) Section 91 Trentham Sections (Township of Trentham) Section 92 Trentham Whakatiki Sections (Wakatiki Township) Section 93 Trentham Whakatiki Sections (Wakatiki Township) Section 94 Trentham Wallaceville Sections (Township of Trentham) (Blockhouse) Section 95 Trentham Sections (Mawaihakona Township) Section 96 Trentham Sections (Gower Township) Section 97 Silverstream Sections (Township of Silverstream) Section 98 Wallaceville Sections (Native) Section 99 Trentham Sections Section 100 Trentham Heretaunga Sections (Gower Township) Section 101 Silverstream Sections Section 102 Wallaceville Sections (Native) Section 103 Upper Hutt District Sections Section 104 Upper Hutt District Sections Section 105 Silverstream Sections (Chatsworth) Section 106 Trentham Sections (east) Section 107 Trentham Sections (east) Section 108 Wallaceville Sections (Trentham east) Section 109 Trentham Heretaunga Sections (east) Section 110 Silverstream Sections (Township of Te Marua) Section 111 Silverstream Sections (Township of Te Marua) Section 112 Pinehaven Sections Section 113 Pinehaven Sections Section 114 Pinehaven Sections Section 115 Pinehaven Sections Section 116 Upper Hutt Centeral Sections (Whakataki St) Section 117 Upper Hutt Centeral Sections (Golders Rd) Section 118 Upper Hutt Centeral Sections (Gibbons St) Section 119 Upper Hutt Centeral Sections (Pine Ave) Section 120 Upper Hutt Centeral Sections (Native & Reayville Township) Section 121 Upper Hutt Centeral Sections (Native & Hokowhetu Township) Section 122 Town of Maroibank Section 123 Upper Hutt North Section 124 Upper Hutt North Section 125 Bentinck Twonship Section 126 Upper hutt North Section 127 Melbaville Section 128 Upper Hutt Central Section 129 Upper Hutt North Section 130 Mungaroa Valley Section 131 Maymorn Township Section 132 (Native) Section 133 Maymorn Section 134 Maymorn Section 135 Maymorn Section 136 Maymorn Section 137 Maymorn Section 138 Maymorn Section 139 Maymorn Section 140 Whitemans Valley Section 141 Maymorn Section 142 Silverstream Section 143 Whitemans Valley Section 144 Whitemans Valley Section 145 Whitemans Valley Section 146 Whitemans Valley Section 147 Whitemans Valley Section 148 Whitemans Valley Section 149 Whitemans Valley Section 150 Whitemans Valley Section 151 Whitemans Valley Section 152 Whitemans Valley Section 153 Whitemans Valley Section 154 Whitemans Valley Section 155 Whitemans Valley Section 156 Whitemans Valley Section 157 Whitemans Valley Section 158 Whitemans Valley Section 159 Whitemans Valley Section 160 Section 161 Section 162 Section 163 Section 164 Section 165 Section 166 Section 167 Section 168 Section 169 Section 170 Section 171 Section 172 Section 173 Section 174 Section 175 Section 176 Section 177 Section 278 Whitemans Valley Section 279 Whitemans Valley Surveyors, Surveys, Field Diaries & Correspondence 1840-1962 Surveyors Index 1871 Survey Upper Hutt District Wellington to Wairarapa Railway 1874 Survey Upper Hutt District Wellington to Wairarapa Railway part 1 1874 Survey Upper Hutt District Wellington to Wairarapa Railway part 2 1840-1870 Survey Field Diaries and Correspondence associated with Upper Hutt district 1870-1900 Survey Field Diaries and Correspondence associated with Upper Hutt district Other Section information First Selection of Sections in Upper Hutt & the Hutt Valley 1840s Sections and Owners in Upper Hutt District Lands & Survey Department Correspondence for Upper Hutt District 1851-1896 Crown Grants in Upper Hutt & the Hutt Valley 1908 Land Development History for Upper Hutt 1908-1948 Valuation Rolls for Upper Hutt Town District 1909-1918 Rates & Valuation Rolls for Upper Hutt Town Borough 1948-1952 Valuation Rolls for Upper Hutt Borough 1929 Land Owners & Occupiers from Map Transcripts for Upper Hutt MISCELLANEOUS HISTORICAL EVENTS & DISASTERS - Upper Hutt District 1819-1991 Upper Hutt Time Line 1840-1871 Drownings 1858 Flood Silverstream Upper Hutt 1858 Flood Victims Silverstream Upper Hutt 1858 Onwards Coroners Inquests & Reports 1880 Accident at Rimutaka Incline 1897 Drowning Hope family 1897 Murder in Silverstream 1914 Explosion Benge & Pratt Store Upper Hutt 1940 Pioneers Centennial Emblems presented to Upper Hutt settlers Court Cases in Upper Hutt Crime & Police in Upper Hutt Fires in Upper Hutt Influenza Epidemic in the Upper Hutt district and Trentham Military Camp 1918 Influenza Epidemic Upper Hutt 1918 Influenza Epidemic Reserch Upper hutt 1918 Influenza Victims Trentham Camp 1918 Influenza Victims Upper Hutt ORGANISATIONS & CLUBS - Upper Hutt District Mungaroa Lodge 1903-1926 Rose of Sharon Lodge 1884-1969 Red Cross Upper Hutt district WAR & MILITARY HERITAGE - Upper Hutt District Early Volunteer Groups associated with Upper Hutt district 1870-1873 Fernground Volunteers Upper Hutt 1867-1874 Hutt Rifle Volunteers Hutt Valley 1880 Mungaroa Rangers Upper Hutt Territorials 5th Wellington Regiment Boer War service personnel associated with Upper Hutt district Boer War SA Upper Hutt World War One service personnel associated with Upper Hutt district World War One Introduction & Research Upper Hutt Service Personnel Roll Upper Hutt Service Personnel Roll Bios Upper Hutt Service Personnel Roll of Honour Upper Hutt Service Personnel Roll of Honour Bios Upper Hutt Reservists and Defaulters Upper Hutt Australian Imperial Force Service Personnel associated with Upper Hutt British Imperial Force Service Personnel associated with Upper Hutt Merchant Navy Service Personnel associated with Upper Hutt Canada and India Service Personnel associated with Upper Hutt Military Rolls of Honour and Memorials in Upper Hutt district Upper Hutt Rolls of Honour (with images) Upper Hutt Public School Roll of Honour Upper Hutt (WW1) Mangaroa District Roll of Honour Whitemans Valley Upper Hutt (WW1 & WW2) Animal Research Station Roll of Honour Wallaceville (WW1 & WW2) Returned Services Association Roll of Honour (WW1 & WW2) Masonic Lodge Roll of Honour Trentham Upper Hutt (WW2) St Mary's Church Grave Marker Silverstream Upper Hutt (WW1) St Patrick College Roll of Honour Silverstream (WW2) St Joseph's Orphanage Roll of Honour Upper Hutt (WW2) Upper Hutt District Roll of Honour Civic Centre Upper Hutt (WW1 & WW2) District Combined Rolls of Honour Upper Hutt Upper Hutt St John's Lychgate War Memorial Upper Hutt Memorial Park and Memorial Baths Upper Hutt Anzac Parades 1922-1941 Cemeteries and Memorial in Upper Hutt and Overseas Cemeteries in Upper Hutt District Cemeteries with Deaths in date order Cemeteries Combined Information Akatarawa cemetery Upper Hutt Wallaceville cemetery Upper Hutt St John's Church Trentham Upper Hutt St Joseph's Church Upper Hutt Commonwealth War Graves Cemeteries & Memorials Upper Hutt Residents during the World War One period Residents children from school records 1914-1918 Residents Intention to Marry Application 1914-1918 Residents Stones Directories 1914-1918 Residents Hutt & Otaki Electoral Rolls 1914-1919 Residents Land Valuation Rolls 1914-1924 Upper Hutt Land Owners listed on Military Manoeuvre Map 1915 Upper Hutt Population and Stories (work in progress) 1914-1918 Upper Hutt Housing conditions 1914-1918 Upper Hutt Remount Depot in Gibbons Street 1914-1918 World War Two World War Two Upper Hutt Service Personnel and Roll of Honour
GOLDERS COTTAGE Golder Cottage Information Resource for School visits to Golders Cottage Golder Cottage Displays - 707 Fergusson Drive Upper Hutt - Historical Place and Museum 2018 Infleunza Golder & Craig Family 1918 2018 Suffrage Upper Hutt 1893 2018 Influenza Trentham Camp 1918 2018 Soldiers Intention to Marry Applications 1914-1918 2017 Hazelwood's Father Christmas Leonard Rink 2017 Upper Hutt Streets Riverstone Terrace 2017 Upper Hutt Streets Royal Theme 2017 Upper Hutt Streets Military Theme 2016 Upper Hutt Memories of 1966 2016 WW1 Memorial Plaque 2016 Blockhouse & Section 94 2016 St Joseph's School & Church 2015 WW1 Relationship Chart Golder 2015 WW1 Relationship Chart Keys 2015 WW1 Relationship Chart Martin 2015 Upper Hutt Comeskey Family 2015 Upper Hutt Red Cross 2015 Blenheim ship & Brown settler 2015 Upper Hutt Ship Settler Subdivision Street 2015 Upper Hutt Quinns Post Connection 2014 WW1 Golder Boys & Cousins 2014 Upper Hutt Education Institutions
HUTT VALLEY HISTORICAL PROJECTS Hutt Valley Directories, Electoral Rolls, Census, Petitions & freeholders lists 1853-1978 Hutt Valley Electoral Rolls Information 1904 Hutt Valley Directory 1912 Hutt Valley Census Hutt Valley Schools and Education Schools in the Hutt Valley Hutt Valley Land information Land Deeds 1845-1851 in the Hutt Valley Land Deeds 1849-1858 in the Hutt Valley Land Information in the Hutt Valley Hutt Valley Miscellaneous Information Cemeteries in the Hutt Valley Churches in the Hutt Valley Funeral Directors in the Hutt Valley Historical Societies in the Hutt Valley Rest Homes and Hospitals in the Hutt Valley Hutt Valley War Information Hutt Rifle Volunteers 1867 World War One Hutt Valley Statistics World War One Eastern Bays Service Personnel Days Bay - Eastbourne - Lowry Bay - Rona Bay World War One Lower Hutt Service Personnel Alicetown - Epuni - Naenae - Stokes Valley - Taita World War One Petone Service Personnel World War One Wainuiomata Service Personnel World War One Western Hills Service Personnel Belmont - Maungaraki - Normandale
IMAGE GALLERY I would like to extend an invitation to anyone who would like to copy and email images such as photographs, paintings, maps and other historical miscellaneous documents that relate to the families recorded on the website so everyone can share the images along with the families genealogy. We can also place unidentified images on the website so that other family members can help to identify the immages. PAINTINGS MISCELLANEOUS IMAGES LESSELS genealogy TBA PHOTOGRAPHS of ancestors PHOTOGRAPHS of cemeteries & headstones TAYLOR genealogy BELL genealogy
PAINTINGS Some of our ancestors were artists and painted while other family members had their portraits painted. By sharing these images we share our heritage and we create different family galleries. LESSELS genealogy gallery of paintings Some of the Lessels ancestors who were Architects also painted while others were professional artist. Many of their watercolor and oil paintings have survived and have been copied to this website. I located on the internet information about 2 paintings by John LESSELS. [1]The painting was a framed watercolour of a Women washing laudry attribution Au Verco John Lessels 16 x 10 1/2 $60 Antique Auction 23 June 2005 Canada website http://www.kilshaws.com.images/050623_67.JPG [2]Painting went up for Auction (1992) at Christies London. I have been unable to locate any additonal information about these 2 paintings. John LESSELS 1809-1883 chart 16-17 1858 Blacadder House Scotland signed J Lessles watercolour John LESSELS 1833-1914 chart 8-9 1863 Country lane scene with faint image of a man signed Jno Lessels watercolour 1863 Seven cows grazing by the stream signed Jno Lessels watercolour 1864 Hayes County transport with mule and cart signed Jno Lessels watercolour 1884 Three cows crossing the river signed Jno Lessels oil 1884 Lady, child, dog and two cows by the stream signed Jno Lessels oil 1886c Person herding two cows for milking signed J Lessels oil 1890 County trees scene with faint image of church on hill signed J Lessels watercolour Church on the Hill signed J Lessels watercolour Two cows standing in the stream watercolour
MISCELLANEOUS IMAGES Early maps can often assist in locating were our ancestors once lived. There are many other valuable documents relating to our ancestors and by scanning and placing the images on the website we can then start to understand more about our ancestorís life.
PHOTOGRAPHS of ANCESTORS Many of us hold old photographs of our ancestors while others have none but by copying photographs to this website we can all share the images and see what our ancestors looked like. TAYLOR genealogy gallery of photographs 1892c Minnie WILBY refer Taylor-Wilby chart 6-7
PHOTOGRAPHS of CEMETERIES & HEADSTONES Many of us do not know where are ancestors are buried and others have not visited the last resting place of their ansctor. This section will assist those in learning where their ancestors are buried and perhaps visit the cemeteries and assist in maintaining their headstone. BELL genealogy gallery of photographs 1917 Peter Jamieson BELL Timaru refer Bell-Murley chart 16-17