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Charles C F ABDERSON, aged 42 years, for rescuing Donald FOSTER, from drowning at Woolston, on 5th July 1914 - he received a letter of commendation. No other details.
Herald, August, 1930.
On August 7th 1930, at her late residence, 26 Bracken Ave, Epsom, Mary S Adams, widow of the late H E Adams, Solicitor, Patea and eldest daughter of the late Major Turner, 65th Regiment. The funeral will leave the above address at 2 30pm today Friday, for Hillsborough Cemetery.

Funeral notice.
On August 16th 1945, at her residence, 106 Great North Road, Grey Lynn, Mary, dearly loved wife of Ernest and loving mother of Florence, Mrs W H Woodbridge, Tuakau, aged 55 years. A service will be held at Weir's Chapel, 70 Ponsonby Road, today Friday at 1 45 pm, funeral then leaving for Pukekohe Cemetery.

On Dec 20 at Te Awamutu, Annie, wife of Geo Ahier, aged 35. No buriel details. (NZ Herald 23 Dec 1897)

Personal Paragraph. Weekly News, 14th June 1917.
Private W R Ahier, aged 23 years, was killed in action on the 6th of May, he was the youngest son of Mr G M Ahier of Te Awamutu. He had been for some months prior to his death in the firing line. He was educated at Hamilton High School, Auckland Grammar School and Auckland Technical College. He was a School Teacher and at the time of enlistment and had charge of Ranginui and Tokanui schools. An older brother, Norman, left with the Main Body and after seeing 2 years service, was invalided home and discharged. No other details.

Funeral Notice. Herald, 27th October 1952.
Sarah, on 24th October 1952, at her sons residence, 55 Bollard Ave, Avondale, Auckland, beloved wife of the late Charles Akast, and loved mother of Harry, Annie (Mrs Bailey) and Martha, (Mrs Thorpe, in her 99th year. A service will be held at the Chapel of J Weir and Co Ltd, 70 Ponsonby Road, today, Monday at 10 45 am, funeral then leaving for Waikumete Cemetery.

ALDERTON. Stephen. Accident. 1914. Wellington. scr.

Auckland Star, 17th June, 1948.
Obituary for Morton Aldis of Auckland. Obit (Scr)

Auckland Star, 8th June, 1948.
On June 7th 1948 at Auckland, passed away, Charles James, dearly beloved husband of Margurita Kathleen, late of 29 Esmonde Road, Takapuna. At Rest. Interred this day. No other details.

Funeral Notice, Herald, 28th June 1922.
On June 27th at 20 Cambria Road, Northshore, Auckland, Frances Charlotte, dearly beloved mother of Ina Faulbaum. Funeral will leave above address at 2pm today, Wednesday at 2pm, for O'Neills Point Cemetery.

Funeral Notice. Herald, 4th August 1914.
On 2nd August 1914, at Birkenhead, Dinah, the beloved mother of James Miller, of Sunnyside, Dairy Flat and William Miller, of Birkenhead, aged 76 years. The funeral will leave her late residence today, Tuesday, for the Birkenhead Cemetery.

Funeral Notice. Herald, 18th September 1940.
On September 17th, at 158 Richmond Road, Ponsonby, Ellen, widow of the late John Allen, of Burnley, England, and dearly loved mother of Amy Cottle, Edward, Joseph T and John A Allen. Private Cremation, from McIvor and Sons, tomorrow, Thursday, at 10 30am. No other details.

Personal Paragraph. Weekly News, 21st June 1917.
Lieut Col Robert Candlish Allen, is reported wounded, he is well known in the Piako district, where he was engaged in farming at Annandale before he left New Zealand. He went into camp in September 1915 with the rank of Major. He took a keen interest in the Territorial movement and was a Major in the 6th Hauraki Regiment. He was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in the field and was appointed to the command of a battalion in February last. He was well known as a successful and enterprising Farmer and a prominent member of the Farmers Union. No other details.

News Item. Weekly News, 26th July 1917.
Private Charles F Alison, reported missing, is the eldest son of Mr T Alison, Builder, Devonport, Auckland. He is 24 years of age and prior to enlisting, nearly two years ago was employed by Macky Logan Caldwell and Co. Ltd. He is a nephew of Messrs E W and Alex Alison. No other details.

Funeral notice.
Alfed Arthur Amon, Sheep farmer, died on the 6th of June 1896. No buriel info. No other details.

Funeral Notice. Herald, 27th June 1922.
On June 25th, at his late residence, Waikino, Phillip Henry Spencer, beloved husband of Margaret Anderson. At rest. No other details.

Funeral Notice. Weekly News, 12th November 1914.
On the 26th of October 1914, at Te Kopuru Hospital, Charles Edward, of Ararua, Matakohe, Kaipara, late of Norrkoping, Sweden, aged 54 years. No other details.

Funeral Notice. Herald, 18th September 1940.
On September 15th, at his residence, Tatarariki, Te Kopuru, Thomas, son of the late Mr and Mrs Alexander Andrew, Te Kopuru, and brother to Nellie-Mrs J Hendrickson, of Matamata, aged 58 years. No other details.

Personal Paragraph. Weekly News, 19th July 1917.
Private Clifford Andrew, was killed in action on the 27th of June 1917. He was the elder son of Mr John Andrew of 25 Ponsonby Road, Auckland and was 21 years of age. He was educated at the Hamilton West and Ponsonby Schools. After leaving school he was apprenticed to cabinetmaking, and served 4 years in his trade. No other details.

Weekly News, 5th July 1923.
Harold Andrews of Wellington.(SCR)

Herald, 6th July 1914.
An old Northern Wairoa identity, in the person of Mrs Alexander Andrews, of Te kopuru, died last week at the advanced age of 84 yrs and was interred in Mt Wesley Cemetery, on Tuesday, the cortege being a large one. The deceased lady, with her husband, arrived at Te Kopuru 45 years ago, and has since lived in the district. She assisted her husband to build up one of the most prosperous farms in North Auckland, and was widely known and esteemed for her kindness of character and her generosity. She leaves a husband and a large grown up family. No other details.

Personal Paragraph. Weekly News, 26th July 1917.
Private T Andrews, was killed in action on the 13th June 1917. He was born at Fingal, Tasmania. At the time of his enlistment he was employed in Hamilton by Messrs Hayter and Gunn. His only relative in NZ is Mr R A Andrews of Hamilton. No other details.

Auckland Star, 12th June, 1948.
Edward, on June 11th at Morrinsville, the loving father of Betty, Mrs Smith. and loved father inlaw of Leo, and loving grandad of Jeannette and Beverley. At Rest. No other details.

Herald, 23nd September 1914.
On September 22nd 1914, at his late residence, Saint Heliers Bay, William, dearly beloved husband of Eleanor J Appleyard, late of Hawera, Taranaki, aged 62 years. Waikato papers please copy. The funeral will leave for Purewa Cemetery at 2 30pm, tomorrow, Thursday. Friends please accept this intimation.

Funeral Notice. Herald,1st June 1922.
On May 30th, at Kaitaia, fallen asleep in Jesus, Charles, 3rd son of David and Lily Archibald, aged 16 1/2 years. Loved by all. Only till he comes. No other details.

Herald 1914.
Obituary for Lawrence Armitage of Kawhia, contact me for details.(SCR)

Herald 1914.
Obituary for Benjamin Armitage late of Auckland, Ireland. (SCR)

Info on Armstrong N G, of Aramoho, 1896. (21) Contact me for details.

Report of death. Otago Witness, 25th April 1857.
Fatal Accident.
A fatal accident occurred at the Taieri Ferry on Thursday last, by which a person of the name Charles Armstrong lost his life. From the information which has reached us, it appears that the unfortunate man was standing in a canoe, and was rocking it in a jocose manner from side to side, when it upset, and precipitated him into the water. He sank and rose once. No other details.

Herald, 24th June 1940.
On June 22nd, at his late residence, Puketarata Road, Otorohanga, Henry Wallace, beloved son of Mr and Mrs H Arnold, aged 32 years. Petane papers please copy. The funeral will leave the above address, at 2pm today Monday, after a short service, for the Otorohanga Cemetery.

Funeral Notice. Herald, 29th March 1924.
On March 28th, at her residence, 22 Hepburn Street, Flora Arnold, beloved wife of the late Alfred Jasper Arnold, in her 77th year. Funeral will leave the premises of J Weir, Ponsonby Rd, tomorrow, Sunday at 2pm for Waikumete.

Funeral Notice. Herald, 31st March 1924.
On March 29th, Minnie Bertha, age 32 years, beloved 3rd daughter of Mr and Mrs W T Arndt, Earle Street, Parnell, Auckland. Interment private. No other details.

Funeral Notice. Herald, 4th September 1940.
On September 2nd, at Hamilton, Helwin John, dearly beloved husband of Edith Ashby, in his 71st year. Funeral leaves W H Taylor and sons Chapel, on Thursday, at 2pm, after a short service, for the Hamiltom East Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.

Funeral Notice. Herald, 17th September 1940.
On September 13th 1940, at Hawera, Richard Wayne, loved infant son of Mr and Mrs F C Aston. No other details.

Personal Paragraph. Weekly News, 12th July 1917.
Private J Atkinson, was killed in action in France, he was the second son of Mr James Atkinson of Waihi. Prior to enlisting last year, deceased followed the occupation of Miner and was in the employ of the Waihi Gold Mining Co. No other details.

Weekly News, 29th October 1914.
J W B ATKINSON, aged 28 years, for rescuing Albert FRAUDSEN, aged 40 years, from drowning at Timaru, on 23rd tree while cutting branches. No other details.

July 1914 - Bronze Medal. No other details.

Funeral Notice. Herald, 27th June 1865.
On June 24th at her residence, Hepburn Street, Freemans Bay, Hannah, the beloved wife of Mr Samuel Attewell, Bricklayer, age 28 years. Deeply regretted. No other details.

Auckland Star, 15th June, 1948.
On June 14th 1948, at Greenlane Hospital, Beatrice, of 33 Ardmore Road, Herne Bay, beloved wife of the late Charles Henry, and loving mother of May, Mrs L B Casbolt, and Nita, Mrs B Brown and George, in her 70th year. A service will be held at Watney and Sibuns Chapel, Khyber Pass, Newmarket, at 1 30pm on Thursday, the funeral then leaving for Waikumete Cemetery. Grandchildren are Beverley, Pauline, Marguerite, Jeanette and Merle.