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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday, 3rd September 1914
GRIFFEN 25 Aug 1914, Priestly Road, Napier, Mr & Mrs Hunter S Griffen, LMS Samoa, son. [WN 03.09.1914] PATIENCE 20 Aug 1814, Matangirau, Mr & Mrs Frederick Patience, daughter. [WN 03.09.1914] McGILL 31 Aug 1914, Nurse Kew's Home, Pokeno, Mr & Mrs A McGill, daughter.
CASSIDY - HETHERINGTON
31 Aug 1914, residence of Mr HUBAND, Lynwood, Maungaturoto, by Rev G A T RICKABY, Albert INCH, 5th s/o late Rev Fredk Cassidy of Donegal, Ireland & Motueka, Nelson, to Eliza, only d/o late John Hetherington of Carrigill, Cumberland and Mareretu, Kaipara. [WN 03.09.1914]
CHESTNUT 19 Aug 1914, Mairoa, Elizabeth, beloved w/o Robert Chestnut, aged 52 yrs. Deeply regretted. [WN 03.09.1914] CLARKE 26 Aug 1914, Dunmore, Waingaru, William Clark, late of Waikato North, aged 87. "At rest" [WN 03.09.1914] TAIT 2 Aug 1914, son's res. Mananui, King Country, Hugh Tait, late of Whananaki and Waro, Hikurangi, aged 75 yrs. [WN 03.09.1914]
MOLOUGHNEY ILMO Patrick Moloughney, 30 Aug 1909. Inserted by wife & family.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 10th September 1914
PRIME - CARMONT
16 Aug 1914, Otorohanga, King Country, Neville Vincent, third s/o F Prime, Devonport, to Lydia Susan, eldest d/o J C Carmont, Otorohanga. [WN 10.09.1914]
DALE sister/daughter Mary Ann, died 13.09.1908, sisters G RAYNER & E MONTGOMERY; parents George & Sarah PRATT, Pakiri. [WN 10.09.1914]
ROBINSON Henry Lyman, died 10.09.1911, h/o K Robinson. [WN 10.09.1914]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday, 17th September 1914
BENNETT Iris Urina, died 05.09.1911, aged 15.4 yrs, Tirohanga, Opotiki [WN 17.09.1914
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday, 24th September 1914
FECHT 5 Sept 1914, Ararimu, to Mr & Mrs A E Fecht, daughter. [WN 24.09.1914]
BUSHILL 10 Sept 1914, late res. Alison Ave, Devonport, Emily, w/o S G Bushill, 40 yrs. O'Neill's Point Cemetery. [WN 24.09.1914]
COLLIER 15 Sept 1914, Kaiwaka, Kaipara, Catherine, relict of late W A Collier, m/o A & J Collier, of Kaiwaka. In her 53rd year. [WN24.09.1914]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday, 1st October 1914
COLE 28 Aug 1914, Mairoa, to Mr & Mrs J M Cole, son
BERRIDGE 22 Sept 1914, Waikiekie, Whangarei, Henry, h/o Mary Berridge, 76 yrs. Arr. Auckland 1859.
STANTON 6 Sept 1914, Samuel Victor, youngest s/o Joseph & Sarah Frances Stanton, 11mths.
VICKERS 19 Sept 1914, at Mr A Verrall's res., Hikutaia, Opotiki, Arthur William Vickers, b/o Mr B S Vickers, aged 53.
DENNISTOUN - PYNE
19 September 1914 at res. of Mr & Mrs F H Pyne, Bealey Ave, Christchurch, Beatrice Pyne to Lt George Dennistoun, R.M., s/o Mr & Mrs G Dennistoun of Peel Forest, presently in England. Lt Dennistoun has been ordered home to join his ship & will be travelling on the Athenic with the Canterbury Expeditionary Force. Miss Jocelyn Pyne, the bride's youngest sister, was bridesmaid.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 8th October, 1914
FLAVELL 10 Sept 1914, Dargaville, Northern Wairoa, to Mr & Mrs Edwin Flavel, daughter
MARTIN 23 Sept 1914, Matakohe, Kaipara, Janet Alton, widow of late John Martin, native of Darvel, Ayrshire, Scotland, 77 yrs. Hope papers please copy.
WALKER 24 Sept 1914, Maungakaramea, Mary Hamilton, widow of late James Walker, of Maungakaramea and late of Clevedon (Wairoa South), 82 yrs.
BLACK - WILKIE
28 Aug 1914, St Barnabas Church, Mt Eden, by Rev E J McFARLAND, Guy Harris, youngest s/o late Wm Black of Opotiki, to Ella Mildred, youngest d/o late James Wilkie, Opotiki.
McADAM - MacMILLAN
3 Oct 1914, Presbyterian Manse, Hamilton, by the Rev Alexander GOW, George McAdam of Berwickshire, Scotland, to Maggie, d/o Duncan MacMillan, Tarbert, Argyleshire, Scotland.
FORD Wilfred Thomas, eldest s/o George & Annie Ford, acc. Drowned at Ohakune, 04.10.1913.
GOLDSMITH Charlie, acc. killed, Owens Road, Epsom, 09.10.1911, brother & brother in law M A & J F HUTCHINGS & family.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday, 15th October 1914
FYERS 25 Sept 1914, Naumai, Dr Low's Private Nursing Home, Huntly, to Mr & Mrs A B Fyers of Rua Nunakia, Waiterimu, a daughter.
ROBINSON 6 Oct 1914, Sperry Home, Thames, to Mr & Mrs G H Robinson, Ngatea, a son.
BRUNTON 12 Oct 1914, Waihi Hospital, Harriet, widow of late Robert Brunton of Wade, 72nd yr.
LAFFOLEY 5 Oct 1914, Tryphena, Great Barrier, John Laffoley, late of Jersey, 93 yrs. Jersey papers please copy.
HORSMAN Wife/mother, Ann Horsman, died 12.10.1913 at Mt Albert.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday, 22nd October 1914
ROSSITER 17 Oct 1914, Nurse Kew's Home, Pokeno, Mr & Mrs W H Rossiter, 'Churchill', a son
LOW 11 Oct 1914, res. Marua, Jane, w/o late John Low, 84th yr.
RADFORD James Walter Radford, died 17.10.1902, late of Commercial Road, Arch Hill, Auckland, f/o dau. Jeannie & son Percy, Brooklyn Road, Carterton.
ROUSE Son Tom, acc. Killed in Mercury Bay, 25.10.1913.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 29th October 1914
14.10.1914, St Helen's Nursing Home, to Mr & Mrs Wm Hetherington of Nelson, a son.
McDERMOTT 22.10.1914, Wgtn Hosp., pneumonia & measles, Clement, youngest s/o Peter & Bridget McDermott, Onetea, Nthn Wairoa, aged 20 yrs; late member Auckland Expeditionary Force. RIP.
CLUCAS 13.08.1914, London Rd, Northwick, Cheshire, Lily, w/o Rev J W Clucas, Foxdale, Isle of Mann, 52 yrs.
HILL 22.10.1914, Bella Vista, Waterloo Quad., Henry Wilson, h/o Mary V Hill, 77 yrs. Late of Mauku. Int. St Andrew's, Epsom, 24.10.1914.
GORDON - HINGE
16.09.1914, Northolt Church, Robert W Gordon of Huia, Auckland, to Kathleen, eldest d/o late Michael Hinge & Mrs Hinge, Northolt, Mdsx, Eng.
WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 5th November 1914
JACKSON Mr David Jackson - The death has occurred at his residence, Glasgow Terrace, Auckland, of Mr David Jackson, aged 83 years. Mr Jackson arrived in Auckland when quite a young man and saw service in Maori war. He married a daughter of the late Mr James Sims who, with his family, arrived here in the Duchess of Argyle in 1842. He leaves six children. Mr R Jackson of Auckland; Mr F Jackson, resident in Sydney; Mr David Jackson, of London; Mrs W E Baxter, and the Misses M & J Jackson of Auckland. Mr Jackson was very highly respected and possessed many friends.
MACKY Mr S C Macky, a very well known & highly respected resident of Auckland, Mr Samuel Cochrane Macky, passed away at the Auckland Hospital on Monday, after an illness Extending over a month. The late Mr Macky was the eldest son of the late Rev John Macky, Presbyterian minister at Otahuhu, and the first Moderator of the Presbyterian General Assembly, who came to NZ in 1854. Mr Macky was born in Londonderry, Ireland, in 1844, was educated in NZ and in 1859 was sent to Victoria to study farming. Returning to NZ two years later, he was engaged in farming at East Tamaki until 1873, when he sold his holding and became interested in mining at the Thames. As the result of a severe illness, he had to give up active participation in mining matters and accepted the appointment of collector for the Thames County Council. Mr Mackay (sic) was business manager for the Thames Advertiser for some years, after which he received an engagement as traveller for the firm of Messrs Ehrenfried Brothers. Mr Macky was legal manager for a number of gold mining companies and he floated the Victoria Gold Mining Company.
MASEFIELD Killed in Action - From the Christchurch correspondent - Major Robert MASEFIELD, King's Shropshire Light Infantry, a native of Akaroa, eldest son of Mr V Masefield, sheep farmer, Akaroa.
18 Oct 1914, at parents' residence, Marangai, Okaihau, Bay of Islands, Patrick, s/o Gilbert & Catherine Morrogh-Bernard, aged 8 yrs. RIP.
STEELE Killed in Action - 25 Oct 1914, Capt Oliver STEELE, Royal Berkshire Regt, eldest son of Mr T J Steele, Arney Road, Remuera, Auckland. The intimation from the War Office included a message from Earl KITCHENER. Capt Steele served in the Boer War and in India.
BEECHE - SIM 23 Sept 1914, Methodist Church, Paeroa by Rev T G Carr, assisted by Rev W Lea, John Blennerhassett, 2 s/o late John Beeche of Reefton, to Ada, eldest d/o late Richard Sim of Cambridge & Mrs A Forbes of Paeroa.
THIRWALL - FERGUSON
21 Oct 1914, at Mrs Ferguson's residence, Burwood Rd, Matamata, by Rev McInnes, Mr Aaron Thirlwall, late of Canterbury, to Miss Daisy, 3 d/o Mrs Ferguson and the late Mr Wm Ferguson of Matamata.
ANDERSON 26 Oct 1914, Te Kopuru Hospital, Charles Edward, of Ararua, Matakohe, Kaipara, late of Norrkoping, Sweden, aged 54.
HICKS 5 Nov 1914, Matiere, Lucy, w/o J Hicks & youngest d/o late Samuel KENNARD, aged 24. Dunedin papers please copy.
MATHIESON Killed in Action - Captain Kenneth MATHIESON, Irish Guards, near Ypres, 1st Nov 1914: resided near Marton, ex Rangitikei farmer.
O'NEILL 1 Nov 1914, at sister's (Mrs HENWOOD, Papatoetoe) res., John E O'Neill, aged 60.
PADDISON 28 Oct 1914, res. Gleneden, Matakana, Elsie, w/o Samuel George Paddison, aged 39.
SAUNDERS 9 Nov 1914, Waihi Hospital, Hazel, w/o J S Saunders, Princes St, Waihi, aged 18.
MELVILLE - SNELLING
1 Oct 1914, St Mark's Church, Remuera, by Rev W E S CONNELLY, John Morison Melville of the City of Auckland, formerly of Kaipara Flats, to Frances Olive Snelling, youngest d/o late Wm Henry SNELLING, Maungaturoto.
WAINWRIGHT - NORTHOVER
3 Nov 1914 at All Saints' Church, by Rev G W DENT, Charles Albert, eldest s/o Mr C S Wainwright, Auckland, to Mildred Agnes, youngest d/o Mr J NORTHOVER, Eltham.
COSTELLO Bridget Costello died 12 Nov 1913 at Te Pu, Rotorua, aged 56. From daus. Jennie DUNN, Bridget & Nellie.
KENNARD Charlotte, died 13 Nov 1907, Linton nr Palmerston North, w/o John Kennard, aged 65. S/o H Rodgers, Auckland.
WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 19th November 1914
GREEN - CARR 4 Nov 1914, by Rev H A Flavell, Harvey Holmes Green, Mangapai, to Charlotte Ann Carr, 2 d/o late W Broughton Carr of London, England.
CAMERON 4 Nov 1914 at Mangawai, John Cameron, h/o late May, formerly of Kaiwaka & Inverness, Scotland, aged 81.
PRATT 7 Nov 1914 at res. Pakiri, Sarah, w/o George, aged 75.
ELLIOTT Julia, died at Rukuhia, Hamilton, 16 Jan 1908, sister of Jeannie D Elliott.
LORD Weston George, died 15 Nov 1911.
PEARSON 28 Nov 1910, dau. A Lord.
WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 26th November 1914
GOVAN 17 Nov 1914, at res. cnr Baillie & Richmond Sts, Thames, Joseph, h/o Lily, aged 74.
HEMPHILL 8 Nov 1914, parents' res. Maungaturoto, Lance, eldest s/o F & P Hemphill, aged 2yrs 6mths.
McLEOD 16 Nov 1914 at Whakapara, Lucy, w/o D F McLeod, aged 35.
MADIGAN - STRONG
29 Oct 1914, Ponsonby Baptist Church by Rev W Rollings, John D'Lacy Madigan, late of Nelson, to Elsie May Strong of Wanganui.
McGUIRE Thomas McGuire, died 16 Nov 1913, father & f.i.l/o T T & l Bushby.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 3rd December 1914
HEARD 9 Nov 1914, at res. Warkworth, of pleuro-pneumonia, Mary Argyle, w/o George Heard & d/o Mrs J O Zanders, aged 35. Sth Aus. papers please copy NEVILLE 20 Nov 1914, Joseph, h/o Mary, Dairy Flat, eldest s/o Michael Neville, late of Parnell, aged 47.
ZANDERS 20 Nov 1914, at res. Warkworth, Caroline Wilhelmina, widow of late J O Zanders, aged 65. (4 sons, 2 daus.)
RUSTON - BROWNE
3 Nov 1914 at Devonport, Charles Samuel Ruston, 2 s/o Joseph Ruston, late of Napier, to Mary Munn Browne, eldest d/o Frank Browne Browne (sic), Napier.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 10th December 1914
MARSHALL 28 Nov 1914, at Opotiki Public Hospital, Noel Leslie Bain, s/o Mr & Mrs J A Marshall, Waimana, aged 3yrs 5mths. No mourning.
EARLE - CHRISTIE
26 Nov 1914, Christ Church, Wanganui, by Rev H Reeve, Maurice Earle, 2 s/o Dr R C Earle, Wanganui, to Dorothy, 3 d/o Mr H F Christie, St John's Hill, Wanganui.
HENSON - ELLIOTT
30 Nov 1914, Congregational Church, Mangawai, by Rev W Trigg, Edgar Somerville, 2 s/o late Mr Henson of Auckland, to Jessie Helena, eldest d/o Mr Rowland Elliott of Tara, Mangawai.
RATTENBURG - HALLIDAY
17 Nov 1914, Wesleyan Church, Waitara, by Rev J W Griffin, Leslie James, youngest s/o Mr James Rattenburg of Waitara, to Eileen Myrtle, 2 d/o Mr Thomas Halliday of Kawakawa, Bay of Island.
CADMAN Died 12 Dec 1913, m/o son & d.i.l, Alf & Zylpha.
CUFF Joshua Cuff, solicitor, Matata, Bay of Plenty, died 12 Dec 1908, f/o Louisa McKENZIE.
GEDGE Father, died at Stratford 8 Dec 1912, aged 68. Daus. E E Larsen, Otewa, and B E Metcalfe, Hamilton.
JENNINGS William, h/o Violet Ethel, acc. Drowned at Pakiri 13 Dec 1913.
McKENZIE Hugh, journalist, died Perth, West Aus, 8 Dec 1913; h/o Louisa McKENZIE
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 17th December 1914
KNAGGS 11 Dec 1914, at res. Leigh, Omaha, George, h/o Isabella, formerly of Kilham, Yorkshire, England, aged 70.
NEILL 8 Dec 1914 at Napier Hospital, Susan, relict of late Robert Neill, schoolmaster, Hawkes Bay.
BEALE - POLLARD
21 Nov 1914, Holy Trinity Church, Devonport, by Rev F W Young, Herbert William youngest s/o J A Beale, Devonport, to Florence Nellie, eldest d/o William John Pollard, Guildford, Surrey, England.
SKUDDER - CHEESEMAN
17 Nov 1914, St James Church, Kerikeri, Arthur Inwood Skudder of Moerewa to Evelyn, only d/o Mr & Mrs Horace Cheeseman, Kerikeri, Bay of Islands.
ANNETT Father, died 18 Dec 1913 at Kumeu, aged 76.
CRULLER Mother, died Kaeo 22 Nov 1913 (dau & s.i.l, Enid & Bart Elliott, Mangonui)
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 24th December 1914
CHOCQUEEL Killed in Action - Mr Mercel Chocqueel, b/o Andre Chocqueel of Hamilton, at the battle of Betheny on 17 Sept 1914. Mr Joseph Chocqueel, formerly a res. of Hamilton is among the missing at the fighting around Dixmunde.
SPENCER 16 Dec 1914, res. 6 James St, Archhill, George, h/o Esther, late of Pakiri, formerly of Nova Scotia, aged 81.
JOYCE - LEDGER
16 Dec 1914, at res. of Judge JONES, Stout St, Gisborne, by Rev H T Rownsley, Edward Pattricks Joyce of Spring Tce, nr Gisborne, to Emily Annie Ledger of Stout Street, Gisborne.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 31st December 1914
RUSSELL 26 Dec 1914, res. 67 Burnley Tce, Mt Albert, Jessie, widow of late John Russell of Waitakere Ranges, aged 74.
MARTINSON 21 Dec 1914, res. Katikati, h/o Julie, late of Norsewood, Hawkes Bay, aged 60.
SHEPHERD - PAGE
22 Dec 1914, St Paul's Church, Auckland, by Rev Cecil A Watson, Ernest, eldest s/o Mr & Mrs T Shepherd, Otahuhu, to Florence Bertha, 3 d/o Mr & Mrs W Page, Halcombe.
REA Father, 30 Dec 1912 (d. & s.i.l., E & D Morrow, Matamata) STRONGMAN Bertie, acc. killed 24 Dec 1913 (parents A & E Strongman) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 7th January 1915
LUSH 19 Dec 1914, res. River Bank, Wellsford, to Mr & Mrs Bertram Lush, a son.
ASHWIN 1 Jan 1915, res. Awaroa, Waiheki, William Charles Durham, h/o Elizabeth, aged 74.
HOOK 23 Dec 1914, Waimamaku, Hokianga, John Hook, formerly of London, England, aged 72. Canterbury papers please copy.
HOUSTON 16 Dec 1914 at a private hospital, Hastings, Robert Houston, late Electrical Engineer, Maraekakaho and late of Cummlock?, Ayrshire, Scotland, aged 40.
SUTHERLAND 20 Dec 1914, res. North River, Waipu, Hugh, h/o Margaret, aged 83.
WHITEHEAD 26 Dec 1914, res. Fairburn, Mangonui, Elizabeth, w/o Thomas, aged 65.
FRENCH Thursday night last, Mr Robert French, resident of Belmont Tce, Remuera, after a Short illness, aged 60. The deceased gentleman took a lifelong interest in political and temperance reform and some years ago displayed an active interest in the 'knights of labour' movement. The late Mr French was a candidate for Parliament on three occasions, standing twice for Auckland City and once for Eden. He was one of the best known temperance leaders in the Dominion. [AWN 07.01.1915]
HARNETT H/o Louisa, died 7 Jan 1914. [AWN 07.01.1915]
GILES Nellie, died 4 Jan 1913, sister of Charlotte. [AWN 07.01.1915]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 14th January 1915
SMITH 26 Dec 1914, Armidale, NSW, w/o A Campbell Smith, M.D.C.M., a daughter.
BENNETT 8 Jan 1915, at parents' res. Whitianga, Violet Louisa Bennett, w/o late W Bennett & eldest d/o Mrs H Bowman, aged 28.
BURLINSON George Vandergraff Burlinson, (s/o Major Burlinson, O/C Weraroa Training School, Levin), Wellington Mounted Rifles, from fall from a horse at Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt. (Photo on p.50). Served with the 9th NZ Contingent in the Boer War.
ANDERSON - WRIGHT
4 Jan 1915, Kaipono, res. of bride's parents, by Rev W J Robinson, Robert Lewis, 2 s/o late R S Anderson, M.D. (Edinburgh), to Emily May, youngest d/o Peter Wright, Poverty Bay.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 21st January 1915
GARDNER 6 Jan 1915, res. of son & dau., Isabella Reid, w/o Christopher P Gardner, late of Herekino, aged 81.
SNODGRASS 13 Dec 1914, res. Otumoetai, Barbara Rennie, widow of John Snodgrass, aged 91.
McINTYRE Nathaniel, died Morere 21 Jan 1913 (wife & dau. C & D McIntyre)
SIMPSON Gilbert, died 17 Jan 1914, h/o Nellie, Waimamaku, Hokianga. [AWN
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 28th January 1915
WHITE 10 Jan 1915, Coromandel, Mr & Mrs F G White, Cabbage Bay, a daughter.
HEALEY 14 Jan 1915 at the hospital, Opotiki, John Joseph, h/o Margaret, Waimana, aged 54.
McKENZIE 24 Dec 1914, res. Limestone Hill, Waipu, William, late of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, aged 88.
EGERTON - STONE
23 Jan 1915, All Saints Church, Birkenhead, by Rev A J Beck, William Arthur Egerton, late of Manchester, England, to Eleanor Osburne Stone, 2 d/o late R G Stone of Knockvale, Katikati, & Mrs Stone of Hillcrest, Albany.
EVANS - SUTHERLAND
16 Dec 1915, St David's Church, Khyber Pass, Auckland, by Rev J M Saunders, M.A., Thomas John, eldest s/o Mr David Evans, Herbert House, Moseley, Birmingham, England, to Elizabeth Sarah (Elsie), 3 d/o late Mr J D Sutherland of Waipu North.
KIRBY Edward Valentine Kirby, died Auckland Hospital, 27 Jan 1912. (Ins. by mother)
SMEATH John, acc. Killed Manorburn Dam, Otago, 26 Jan 1914. (Ins. by son & d.i.l., A & W Johnson).
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 4th February 1915
DUNNING 30 Jan 1915, Eliza Louisa Dunning, late Asst. Teacher, Wellesley Street school, at her sister's res. (Marion Middlemas, Campbell Road, Greenlane)
HODGSON - CLARKE
27 Nov 1914, at St Mary's, Parnell, by Rev MacMurray, Charles, 2 s/o late E Hodgson & Mrs Hodgson, Brighton Rd, Parnell, to Lucy Isabel Clarke, of Northern Wairoa, formerly of Maungakaramea, Whangarei. Present add. Okaha, Dargaville.
DENNIS Isabel, died 24 Jan 1914, d/o C H Dennis, Parua Bay.
DICKENSON A Dickenson, died 1 Feb 1914. (Ins. by dau & son, Grace & James WARE, Opua) [AWN 04.02.1915] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 11th February 1915
KENWORTHY Mother, died 8 Feb 1914 (Ins. by dau & s.i.l, S A G A HODGE)
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday, 18th February 1915
HARPER 13 Feb 1915, Leigh, Mr & Mrs E D Harper, a daughter
KEALS 10 Feb 1915, Auckland Hospital, Edith Emma, w/o Leslie W Keals, Onewhero & d/o Mr & Mrs George Eyre, Paterangi, aged 30. (Brother in law charged with murdering Edith & her baby son)
HAM Pvte W A Ham, Motueka, Nelson, fatally wounded in the Suez Canal engagement 3 Feb 1915, first of the NZEF to be killed in action. Photo p.44
MORETON Seaman John Thomas Moreton, Christchurch, HMS Philomel, died of wounds.
KNOWLES Seaman William Edward KNOWLES, Lyttelton, HMS Philomel of the NZ Squadron, Killed in action.
HODSON - BASKIN
3 Feb 1915, Presbyterian Church, Marton, by Rev A Porter, assisted by Rev D Gordon, Leonard J Hodson (Presbyterian Minister) to Martha Gordon, 2 d/o L Baskin, Midhurst, Taranaki.
TENNENT - COMMONS
11 Nov 1915 by Rev Thomas Scott, MA, Percy Douglas Tennent of Te Kuiti, to Elsie, d/o Wm Commons, Epsom.
FERGUSON Grace Muriel, died 14 Feb 1913, aged 15 yrs, youngest child of Tom & Emily Ferguson, Tekorua, Penrose.
HEARN William Hearn, died Whangarei 16 Feb 1914, h/o Annie Elizabeth Hearn.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 25th February 1915
THRUSTON 14 Feb 1915, Norwich, England, Mary, widow of late C F Thruston, Talgath Hall, Merionethshire, m/o Herbert E Thurston, Mangere, aged 89. .
TAYLOR 2nd Lt E H TAYLOR, Auckland, died from pneumonia while serving at the front. Photo on p.48. .
FOX Acc. Killed at Otorohanga, 26 Feb 1913, brother of Ella Fox.
HARVEY James Lawrence Kilgour, acc. Burned, Omanawa Falls, Tauranga, 26th Feb 1912, aged 1yr 7mths. .
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 4th March 1915
LONG - PATON 23 Jan 1915, St Barnabas Church, Mt Eden, Auckland, by Rev E J McFARLAND, B.A., H Victor Long, 2 s/o late J F Long and Mrs Long, Mt Eden, to Mary Maude, elder d/o late William Paton, Tallandoon, Tallangatta, Victoria, Australia.
GARDNER Lizzy, died 3 March 1913, h/o Joan.
NEIL 27 Feb 1914, h/o Mary, Matakohe.
SMITH David Smith, died Mt Albert, 3 March 1914, late of Wharehine. (Ins. by F D & J Smith)
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 11th March 1915
GEDDES 12 Feb 1915 of enteric fever, William James, s/o J & E Geddes.
KING 2 March 1915, at Rawene Hospital, James, h/o Emma Must King of Sudbury, Suffolk, England, aged 68.
MASEFIELD 3rd March 1915, at his nephew's res., (W N Channon, Helensville), John Masefield of Pahi, Kaipara, aged 71.
LAMONT - ARIELL
15 Feb 1915, St Mark's, Paparoa, by Rev G A T Rickaby, B.A., John Alexander Campbell Lamont to Nora, youngest d/o J B Ariell of Thorne, Paparoa.
BERG John Christopher, died 12 March 1914 at Kawhia, father of Alice.
BOWMAN Harry, died 2 March 1913, Whangarei Hospital.
HALLIDAY Mother, 13 March 1914, m/o Myrtle & Florrie.
SMITH David, died 3 March 1914, Mt Albert, husband & father, C H Smith.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 18th March 1915
CRIPPS 28 Feb 1915, s/o Mr & Mrs A Standish Cripps, Wairamarama, Tuakau, aged 12 days.
SORBY 12 March 1915, Whangarei, William, h/o Myra, late of Sheffield, Yorkshire, aged 76.
STURCH 12 March 1915 at a private hospital, Thomas, h/o Louisa, aged 77.
VENDT Amy Myrtle Rose Violet, aged 3yrs 7mths, died 6 March 1915, Motatau, Bay of Islands, infant d/o Mr & Mrs H Vendt.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 25th March 1915
MacEWAN 26 Lorne St, Wellington, 26 Feb 1915, Mr & Mrs John A M McEwan, of a son.
FRANCES 12 March 1915, at St Helen's Hospital, Auckland, Lily, w/o Joe Frances, Mangowai, aged 37.
PIRI, Lieut-Col, James, V.D.
Friday morning at his residence, Sarnia Lodge, Parnell, aged 80. Formerly Major & Adjutant, 1st Regt, Royal Guernsey Militia. Arrived in NZ 1879 & was actively connected with volunteer & Defence matters, was instructor in musketry & inspector of ammunition. Married eldest d/o late Mr John CAREY, Lord of the Manor of Sainte Helene, Guernsey who, with 2 sons & 2 daus. Survive him. Sons, Mr Carey J Pirie, is in China and Mr Cecil W Pirie is with the Union Steam Ship Co. Daughters Mrs COOK resides in Sydney and Mrs E Phillips TURNER, in Wellington. Funeral took place at St Marks Churchyard, Sunday. Conducted by Canon MacMURRAY & Rev W E GILLAM. The choir of St Matthew's under Mr PHILLPOT sang the hymn "Just as I Am" set to music composed by the late officer. Among the many wreaths was one from the Garrison Officer's Club, Carlton Bowling Club, Dr MACKELLAR, Misses F A & E
KISSLING. Among those at the funeral were members of the Carlton & Auckland Bowling Clubs, Col Arthur MORROW, Major HARRIS, representing the Garrison Officers' Club, Dr E D MacKellar, Rev J King DAVIS, Messrs A Wight-Thompson, W O Garland, Harrop, Cracknell, Walker, Thornes, Leslie Hunt & others.
MR T G BROWN
Mr Thos. George Brown, of the firm Brown & Stewart, died Sunday at his res. Dunnottar, Home Bay, aged 48. Born at Stonehaven, Scotland, 1866, 31 yrs in NZ. Served apprenticeship with Messrs John Walker & Co, London. Employed in NZ by Collins Bros. Was in partnership with Mr R L STEWART thus founding the firm of wholesale stationers. The deceased had been a traveller for the greater part of his life and was one of the best known and most popular men 'on the road'. The cause of death was cerebral haemorrhage.
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 1st April 1915
CAMERON 19 March 1915 at Ashburton, Hugh Cameron, late of Aviemore Station, Kurow and Carters Tce, Ashburton, aged 75. [AWN 01.04.1915]
KENNEDY 12 Jan 1915 at Brooklyn, New York, Andrew Kennedy, eldest s/o late Wm Kennedy of Cross House, Ballymoney, Co. Antrim, Ireland, and f/o W L Kennedy of Stratford, NZ, aged 84. Int. Mt Hope Cem., New York. [AWN 01.04.1915]
MUNRO - MACKAY
24 March 1915, res. of bride's uncle (Mr John Mackay, Newstead, Waikato) by Rev Alex. Gow, Alexander Ross Munro of Murumuru to Margaret Ellen Mackay. [AWN 01.04.1915]
JENNINGS Mary, died 3 April 1914. [AWN 01.04.1915]
LOW John, died Marua, 25 March 1914 (W & Z Low) [AWN 01.04.1915]
PHILLIPS Minnie, died 24 March 1914 [AWN 01.04.1915]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 8th April 1915
GRAHAM 14 March 1915, res. Kiversdale, Awanui North, Richard, eldest s/o late Wm Graham, Co. Tyrone, Ireland, aged 74. [AWN 08.04.1915]
MALINCK Killed in Action - Pvte John Malinck, Reservist from Petone (widow) [AWN 08.04.1915]
TAYLER At Hazelbrouck, France, 2nd Lt Eric H TAYLER, York & Lancaster Regt, of double pneumonia, eldest s/o Mr & Mrs Archdale Tayler, Auckland. [AWN 08.04.1915]
HARRIS - HOLLAND
3 April 1915, special license, at St Matthews, by Rev Gillam, Arnold Theophilus Harris, youngest s/o late W P & E R S Harris of Maketu, Bay of Plenty, to Ivy Gertrude Helen, d/o late John Francis Holland, M.A. & Mrs H P Richards, Kelmscott, Western Australia. WA papers please copy. [AWN 08.04.1915] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday, 15th April 1915
JONES - WATKIN
31 March 1915, Methodist Church, Huiroa, by Rev Aker, John Wm Thimblebe (sic) 3 s/o T W T Jones, Fitzroy, New Plymouth, to Myra Ella, 5 d/o D Watkin, Eaton Farm, Huiroa and granddaughter of late W Jones, Squire Hall, Shropshire, England. [AWN 15.04.1915]
THRUSH - SCOTT
21 Jan 1865 at Old St Paul's Church, Auckland, by Rev Archdeacon Lloyd, Isabella, eldest d/o late Wm Scott of the old Scottish Rifles, to George, eldest s/o George Thrush of Surrey, England. [AWN 15.04.1915]
GREENWOOD Louis 'our little son' died 31 March 1913 (Ins. by H & M Greenwood) [AWN 15.04.1915]
IVICEVICH Anthony (Tony), died 10 April 1913, h/o Mary Ann Ivicevich. [AWN 15.04.1915]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 22nd April 1915
CARTER 10 April 1915, private hospital, Auckland, Annie S Carter, widow of John W Carter of Mangapai & eldest d/o late Robert and Maria HILFORD of Holmwood, Waikiekie, aged 59. . [AWN 22.04.1915]
DYKES 12 April 1915, acc. Killed at Koriniti, Henry Augustus, youngest s/o Annie Dykes of Millbank, Wanganui, aged 30. . [AWN 22.04.1915]
WARD 6 April 1915, res. Kohukohu, Hokianga, Alfred, h/o Selina Louisa Ward, aged 67. . [AWN 22.04.1915]
HOWE William Francis Howe, died 21 April 19813 at Hokitika. . [AWN 22.04.1915]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 29th April 1915
CAUSER 21 March 1915 at Maungaturoto, Mr & Mrs Causer, son [AWN 29.04.1915]
POLE 4 April 1915, at Maungaturoto, Mr & Mrs W Pole, son. [AWN 29.04.1915]
SMYTH 13 April 1915, at Dr Bertram's Private Nursing Home, Rotorua, Mr & Mrs H T Smyth, son. [AWN 29.04.1915]
CARRAN - HOLCROFT
10 February 1915 at St Benedict's Church, by Rev Father Carran, brother of the bridegroom, James Andrew Carran to Matilda Mary, youngest d/o Robert Crofton Holcroft of Newmarket. [AWN 29.04.1915]
WHITFORD - KNIGHT
3 March 1915 at St David's, Auckland, by Rev Saunders, Harry Emanuel, 2 s/o Mrs Whitford, Pakuranga, to Martha Grace Fearnsides, elder d/o late Wm & Mrs Knight, Glenorchy, Brookby. [AWN 29.04.1915]
ORMANDY 16 April 1915 at Mangapai, Boulton Ormandy, aged 76, late of Dalton in Furness, England. [AWN 29.04.1915]
WILSON 15 April 1915, at his res. Kirikopuni, northern Wairoa, Henry Wilson, h/o Sarah Florence Wilson (nee Hardinge) [AWN 29.04.1915]
WILLIAMS 18 April 1915, at res. Bourne Dean, John S Williams, h/o Agnes Laura Williams, aged 75. [AWN 29.04.1915]
WENZLICK Gregory John, died 26 April 1914, h/o Mary, Tapu, Thames. [AWN 29.04.1915]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 6th May 1915
DOULL 15 April 1915, res. 24 Arthur St, Ponsonby, Mr & Mrs R M Doull, a son.
BOWDEN 18 March 1915, Scarboro' Run, Queen Charlotte Sounds, Ivy Crang, youngest d/o Mr & Mrs Thomas W Bowden, aged 21. . [AWN 06.05.1915]
KEMP 26 April 1915, residence, Sophie Louisa Kemp, aged 85, w/o late James Kemp, only surviving child of late Rev Richard Davis, early missionary at the Bay of Islands. [AWN 06.05.1915]
NIX 27 April 1915, at Wellington, William Lawson, eldest s/o Wm John & Kate Nix, Tauherenikau, Featherston, aged 30. . [AWN 06.05.1915
SEWELL 1 May 1915, res. Whitianga, Wm George, aged 56, eldest s/o late Wm George Sewell, Middlesex, England, h/o Mary. . [AWN 06.05.1915
GORDON-JONES - NICHOLLS
14 April 1915, res. of Mr H F Purnell, Mount Eden, by Rev R Gosnell, William Gordon, eldest s/o late Joseph Gordon-Jones of Punakitere, Hokianga, to Rachel Matilda, youngest d/o late William Nicholls of Buninyour, Victoria.
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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 13th May 1915
This issue contains pages on the fighting at the Dardenelles and Gallipoli.
HOOD 5 March 1915 at Auckland Hospital, Edward, h/o Emma Hood, late of Aranga, aged 65. [AWN 13.05.1915]
ROBSON Killed in Action 29 April 1915, from wounds received at the Dardenelles, Robert C Robson, eldest s/o Walter & C I Robson, Woodside Rd, Mt Eden, aged 21. [AWN 13.05.1915]
BARTLEET - WHEELER
31 March 1915, Trinity Methodist Church, Kingsland, by Rev A N Scotter, B.A., of Sydenham, Christchurch & Rev C C Harrison, Oswald Ernest, 2 s/o E W Bartleet, Mt Eden, late of Waiuku, to Albert, eldest d/o W J Wheeler, Mt Eden, NZ Survey Staff. [AWN 13.05.1915]
STERLING - SMITH
5 April 1915 at Matakohe Church, by Rev G A Rickaby, M.A., Joseph, 3 s/o Robert Sterling of Paparoa, to Jeannie Lamberton, only d/o Mrs David Smith, Big Hollow, Matakohe. [AWN 13.05.1915]
FREEMAN Mary Ann, died 14 May 1912 at Horopito, w/o J S Freeman & m/o M Blucher. [AWN 13.05.1915]
HOVELL 18 May 1908 at Coromandel, mother of Sara. [AWN 13.05.1915]
RUDD Mother, 11 May 1914. [AWN 13.05.1915]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 20th May 1915
JOHNSON 15 May 1915, res. Kamo, John Johnson, father of Willis & Frank Johnson, Kamo, aged 77.
McLEAN 13 May 1915, res. Kaiwaka, Daisy, 2 d/o John & Agnes McLean, aged 19 ½ yrs. [AWN 20.05.1915]
BAILLIE Killed in Action Died of wound received at the Dardenelles, David Shaw BAILLIE, youngest twin son of late John Baillie of Henderson and Mrs Agnes Clark of Dargaville, aged 21. [AWN 20.05.1915]
BOYD Mother, 15 May 1914 (Ins. by dau. A Hastie) [AWN 20.05.1915]
JACOBS Fanny, died Riverhead 20 May 1914, w/o Thomas Jacobs. [AWN 20.05.1915]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 27th May 1915
SAYLE KIA Lt Sayle, who served with the 6th NZ Contingent in the South African War, has been killed at Ypres. [AWN 27.05.1915]
CARLTON KIA Pte William (Billie) Carlton, eldest s/o John & Lillie Carlton, Otonga, Whangarei, who died on the 6th inst. of wounds received at the Dardenelles. [AWN 27.05.1915
TINDALL 17 May 1915, res. Matakana, Eliza, w/o Henry H Tindall, aged 68.
WALLACE KIA Alan, 5 s/o Florence & George Wallace, Devonport, Auckland, died of wounds received at the Dardenelles. [AWN 27.05.1915
HOLT - SHENTON
Towai, Bay of Islands, by Rev W Day, John, eldest s/o late Samuel & Ida Holt, Waimate North, late of Durham Massey, England, to Florence Ada, 5th d/o J J E Shenton, Silverhill, St Leonards-on-Sea, England. . [AWN 27.05.1915]
BARTLETT Sister Minnie, died 26 May 1913 [AWN 27.05.1915]
HAILEY Elizabeth Hailey, lost in the sinking of the CPR s.s. Empress of Ireland, Gulf of St Laurence, 29 May 1914. (Ins. by son, A P Hailey, Gisborne) [AWN 27.05.1915
ROUSE Minnie, aged 14, died 28 May 1913. (Ins. by sisters, A Rouse, E & L Bartlett & L Cotterill) [AWN 27.05.1915]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 3rd June 1915
NECKELSON 17 May 1915, at father's res. Mangawai, Auckland, Florence Ada May, 2 d/o Mr & Mrs Thomas Neckkelson, aged 6yrs 7mths. [AWN 03.06.1915]
BAXTER - BENNETT
23 April 1915, Holy Trinity Church, Devonport, Auckland, by Rev F W Young, Alan Baxter of Hunterville, eldest s/o late James Baxter of London, to Elinor Elizabeth, 2 d/o John Bennett of Devonport, Auckland. [AWN 03.06.1915]
DODD Thomas, died 1 June 1913, h/o Clara. [AWN 03.06.1915]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 10th June 1915
FARMER 3 June 1915, res. Wharehine, Ella Lucie, w/o Harry Farmer & youngest d/o late Henry MARSH , aged 43. [AWN 10.06.1915]
GOODMAN 5th June 1915, res. Arney St, Greymouth, Edward, h/o Annie Goodman, late engine driver with NZ Railways, formerly of Auckland. [AWN
MATHESON 22nd May 1915, res. Seaside, Leigh, Roderick Matheson, h/o Eva & eldest s/o late Capt & Mrs Duncan Matheson, late of Cape Brett, Nova Scotia, aged 54. [AWN 10.06.1915]
ELWOOD Died of Wounds, Alfred Terah, 2 s/o F & S Elwood of Kaeaeo (sic - ?Kaeo), Dardanelles, 22nd May 1915. [AWN 10.06.1915]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 17th June 1915
SCANSIE 5 June 1915 at Rawhiti Nursing Home, Mr & Mrs G L Scansie, Park Ave, a son. [AWN 17.06.1915]
HEBDEN 10 June 1915, res. of Mrs PHILLIMORE, Arthur St, Onehunga, Robert, h/o Elizabeth, Queen St, late of Waihopo, aged 55. [AWN 17.06.1915]
RICHARDSON 3 June 1915, res. of sister Mrs Le CLERC, Parua Bay, Elizabeth, eldest d/o late John Richardson, Longford, Ireland. [AWN 17.06.1915]
SULLIVAN Killed in Action, Dardanelles, 26 March 1915, Frank Arnold, eldest s/o late Walter Sullivan of Paeroa and Mrs J T Middlebrook, Manui St, Remuera, aged 28. [AWN 17.06.1915]
ARCHER John A, Cabbage Bay, 16 June 1914, old friend of Frank BERTRAM. [AWN 17.06.1915]
AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS Thursday 24th June 1915
COULTHARD 18 June 1915, Auckland Hospital, Joseph Coulthard, h/o Margaretta & f/o T S Coulthard of Whakapara & Mrs E T Fowler, Glen Massey, aged 69. [AWN 24.06.1915]
KEMPT 26 May 1915, res. Omaha, Margaret Ellen, relict of late Alexander Kempt. [AWN 24.06.1915]
MORROW 16 June 1915, Tapuhi, Robert Morrow, aged 76. [AWN 24.06.1915]
MOODY Killed in Action 26 May 1915, Gallipoli Peninsula, William ('Boy'), aged 24yrs 9mths, s/o Mr & Mrs W F Moody, Whakatane. [AWN 24.06.1915]
SIRCOMBE Killed in Action 25 April 1915, Dardenelles, ?19/861, Pte Richard William Sircombe, Main Body, Auckland Infantry Batt., eldest s/o R SW & H J Sircombe, Rangiatua, aged 24. [AWN 24.06.1915]
BILLING Died of Wounds, 16 June 1915, Dardenelles, Pte C B Billing, s/o C & J Billing of Dargaville, North Auckland, aged 21. [AWN 24.06.1915]
KERR - HOOD 14th May 1915, Auckland, Robert Cromwell Kerr to Isabel, d/o late Edward Hood of Aranga, Northern Wairoa. [AWN 24.06.1915]
LONGLEY Joseph, died Cambridge, Waikato, 21 June 1908, f/o Jeannie D Elliott, New Plymouth. [AWN 24.06.1915]
McLEOD Norman, 21 June 1914, Thistle Farm, Waipu, b/o Lena McKay. [AWN 24.06.1915]
PETERSON Edith Maud, died 21 June 1913. [AWN 24.06.1915]
SERJEANT Iris Margaret Janet, 24 June 1913, aged 1yr 3mths, Waimana. (Inserted by his daughter & Grand-daughter. [AWN 24.06.1915]
SHAW Willie, 24 June 1914, s/o W & M. [AWN 24.06.1915]
VICKERY At Burnley, Victoria, on 24 June 1914, William Vickery, engineer, founder of the firm Vickery & Masefield, Albert St, Auckland, late of the Thames, f/o Mrs Rose Sharp, 3 Vincent St, Auckland. [AWN 24.06.1915]
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