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CADMAN.
New Zealander, 24 February 1858.
On 20th February 1858, Catherine, infant daughter of J Cadman, age 7 months. No buriel info.

CAIN.
John Cain, of the 43rd Regiment, aged 24 years, gunshot to right forearm, very slight injury, at the Battle of Gate Pa, Tauranga on 29th April 1864.
. No other details.

CAINE.
Weekly News, 20th January 1916.
N C Caine, Field Artillery.

CALDWELL.
Evening Post, 8th May 1945.
On 7th May 1945, at Wellington Hospital, suddenly, Alice Marian of 4 Wesley Road, beloved daughter of T A and Jane Caldwell. Friends of the late Alice Marian Caldwell are invited to attend her funeral, which will leave our Chapel, 25 Kent Terrace, on Thursday May 10th, at the conclusion of the service, which commences at 11am, for Sydney Street Cemetery.

CALLAN.
Southern Cross, 31st May 1859.
Found drowned in the Waitemata, William Callan, age 17 years. The funeral takes place today at 1 O,Clock. Friends are invited to attend. No buriel info.

CAMBRIDGE.
Christchurch Star, September 10th 1958.
Arthur, September 9th 1958, of 33 George Street, Rangiora 76 years, husband of the late Mary Cambridge, father of Miles and Guy. No buriel info.

CAMERON.
Weekly News, 2nd November 1916.
Tui C Cameron of Whangarei.

CAMERON.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
On October 11th 1916, at his mothers residence, Ossian Street, Milton, Alexander, 3rd beloved son of Janet and the late William Chisholm Cameron. At rest. No buriel info.

CAMERON.
Weekly News, 1st April 1915.
On the 19th March 1915 at Ashburton, Hugh Cameron, late of Aviemore Station, Kurow and Carters Tce, Ashburton, aged 75 years. No buriel info.

CAMPBELL.
Christchurch Star, August 21st 1958.
Death in Burning House.
Joyce age 55 widow of the late D M Campbell, a Hawkes bay farmer. No other details.

CAMPBELL.
Herald, 26th April 1922.
Obituary for Felix Campbell of Greymouth.

CAMPBELL.
Weekly News, 2nd November 1916.
P Campbell of Hawera.

CAMPBELL.
November 5th 1931.
On November 5th, at her late residence, 9 Freemont street, Parnell, Elizabeth Campbell, mother of Mrs Lee, Mrs Pocock, Mrs Morris and W G and H Campbell, age 73 years. The funeral will leave the above address at 2pm tomorrow, Friday, for Waikumete Cemetery.

CAMPBELL.
New Zealander, 31 July 1858.
On 7th July 1858, at Christchurch, Lt Col James Campbell, age 71 years. No buriel info.

CAMPBELL.
Herald, 22nd January, 1936.
On January 21st, suddenly at Tokoroa, Ada, beloved wife of John Campbell, age 64 years. Christchurch papers please copy. Funeral today, Wednesday, at the Crematorium, Auckland, at 3 pm.

CAMPBELL.
New Zealander, 23 August 1856.
On the 21st August 1856 at High Street, Auckland, Daniel Campbell, late of Paisley, age 45 years. He was one of our oldest colonists, having arrived by the "Duchess of Argylle" in 1842. No buriel info.

CAMPBELL.
Info on Gordon Campbell of Ethelton, Cheviot. 1930. (22)

CAMPBELL.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On June 28th at Poukawa, the infant son of Hugh and Margaret, age 1 month. No buriel info.

CAMPBELL.
Weekly News, 24th December, 1914.
John A Campbell, of Napier, Hawkes Bay.

CAMPBELL.
Otago Witness, 13th January 1909.
On January 6th, at her residence, Waimera South, Elizabeth Campbell, age 69 years. No buriel info.

CAMPBELL.
New Zealander, 25th April 1855.
On Tuesday 24th Apr 1855, in Wellesley Steet, Auckland, Isabella, wife of William Campbell, age 40 years. No buriel info.

CANTELL.
Weekly News, 9th November 1916.
A Cantell of Kingsland, Auckland. Contact me for details.

CANTY.
New Zealander, 21st April 1855.
On Wednesday, 11th April 1855, at the residence, of her son, Mr Thomas Canty, Mrs Mary Canty, age 80 years. No buriel info.

CARWARDINE.
Herald, 15th November 1934.
On November 13th 1934, Thomas William, dearly beloved husband of Ellen Carwardine, of Manawaru, Te Aroha, late NZRB, in his 39th year. The funeral will leave Saint Marks Church, at 2 pm, today, Thursday, for the Te Aroha Cemetery.

CARMICHAEL.
New Zealander, 21st November 1860.
On 6th September 1860 on board the ship" Commodore Perry", between Melbourne and Auckland, Thomas Carmichael, age 2 years 5 months and on 18th November 1960 at Queen Street, Auckland, Mary, only surviving child of Captain James Carmichael, age 13 months.

CARR.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On October 13th, at 4 pm, at his residence, Chapel Street, after a short but painful illness, Mr Thomas Carr. No buriel info.

CARTER.
April 26th 1924.
On April 25th 1924, at the Costley Home, Francis, eldest son of the late W Carter, of Henry Street, Avondale, and dearly beloved brother of Florence Kerr, in his 65th year, after a long and painful illness, borne with Christian fortitude. The funeral will leave his sisters residence, 415 Manukau Road, Epsom, 2 30pm today, Saturday, for Waikumete Cemetery. By request, no mourning.

CARTER.
Weekly News, 22nd April 1915.
On the 10th April 1915,at a Private Hospital, Auckland, Annie S Carter, widow of John W Carter of Mangapai and the eldest daughter of the late late Robert and Maria Hilford of Holmwood, Waikiekie, aged 59 years. No buriel info.

CARTER.
Southern Cross, 11th February 1862.
At Auckland on the 8th instant, Caroline, the wife of Mr Peter Edward Carter. No buriel info.

CARTER.
Southern Cross, 13th September 1862.
On the 12th inst, at his residence, Epsom Road, opposite the Grammar School, Harry Carter, age 46 years. The funeral will take place tomorrow, Sunday at 3pm. Friends are requested to attend. No buriel info.

CARTER.
Southern Cross, 3rd November 1857.
At Matakana on the 25th October last, after an illness of 6 days, Mr John Carter, aged 37 years. No buriel info.

CASEY.
April 28th 1924.
On April 28th, at her late residence, Hamilton Road, Rose, dearly beloved wife of W L Casey. RIP. Private interment. No other details.

CASTLE.
Southern Cross, 14th November 1862.
On the 12th inst, after a long illness, Jane, wife of John Castle, age 25 years. The funeral will leave her late residence, Nelson Street, this afternoon at 3 O,Clock. No buriel info.

CAUDWELL.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
On October 15th, 1916, at Dunedin, Anne Eliza, loved mother of W E Caudwell, and Mrs W E Knight, aged 70 years. At rest. No buriel info.

CHALMERS.
Herald, 1883.
On April 23rd, at Huntly Lodge, Waikato, John Crawford Chalmers, aged 8 years. No buriel info.

CHAMBERS.
New Zealander, 5 May 1860.
At Wakefield Street, on 4th January 1860, deeply regretted by all who knew him, Mr Robert Chambers, age 23 years, eldest son of Captain R Chambers of the ship "Jura" of Glasgow and lately 2nd Officer of that vessel. No buriel info.

CHAPELL.
New Zealander, 28th April 1858.
On 27th April 1858, Mr Chas Chappell, age 53 years. Residence Parnell. No buriel info.

CHAPLIN.
Herald of 30th November 1887.
William Chaplin died 29 November 1887 aged 29 years, husband of Hannah Chaplin. No buriel info.

CHAPPELL.
New Zealander, 21 March 1860.
At Parnell on 16th March 1860, Mary Chappell. No buriel info.

CHAPMAN.
Weekly News, 4th May 1916.
A railway porter named Henry James, age 28 years, died in the Hospital at Wellington on Thursday, from shock following amputation of the left foot. Chapmans foot was crushed, owing to falling off a train. No buriel info.

CHAPMAN.
Weekly News, 24th June 1915.
L T Chapman, Canterbury. Contact me for details.

CHAPMAN.
New Zealander, 19th December 1855.
On Sunday 9th December 1855 at Maketu, Bay of Islands, Anne, beloved wife of Rev Thomas Chapman. No buriel info.

CHARMAN.
Weekly News, 9th November 1916.
W H Charman of Riccarton. Contact me for details.

CHATFIELD.
Herald, 1931.
On August 2nd, 1931 at Auckland, Clara, beloved wife of the Henry, aged 82 years. Private interment today Wednesday, at 2 pm.

CHEFFINGS.
Boer War, 20th February 1902.
C Cheffings, Taranaki Section of the Ninth Contingent. Contact me for details.

CHERRY.
New Zealander, 1 November 1851.
On the 24th November 1851. At Waikato Heads, Susan Cherry, wife of Rev Robert Maunsell. No buriel info.

CHERRY.
Info on Cherry Family of Clyde, South Island. (22).

CHESNEY.
Otago Witness, January 13th 1909.
On Monday, January 4th, at Dunedin Hospital, Samuel Chesney, in his 70th year. No buriel info.

CHILDS.
Info on Frederick Childs of Port Robinson, Cheviot. 1896. (22)

CHRISTIANSEN.
Weekly News, 9th November 1916.
H Christiansen of Patea.

CHRISTIE.
Weekly News, 24th June 1915.
A Christie, Wellington. Contact me for details.

CHRISTIE.
Otago Witness, 2nd February 1909.
At Christchurch, on February 1st 1909, Laura Searle, the dearly loved wife of John Christie. No buriel info.

CHRISTOPHER.
New Zealander, 31st March 1858.
On 30th Mar 1858, William Joseph, aged 14 months, youngest son of H Christopher, Grocer, West Queen Street. No buriel info.

CHRISTOPHER.
New Zealander, 4th March 1857.
On 22nd February, 1857 of apoplexy while on a visit at Wymondley near Otahuhu, Mr William Christopher, age 58 years, of Auckland. No buriel info.

CHURTON.
New Zealander, 28th April 1858.
At Mahurangi on 24th April 1858, Mary Charlotte, wife of Alexander Knowles Churton and eldest daughter of William Dyer, HEIC Service, Bengal Medial Establishment, age 19 years. No buriel info.

CHURTON.
Southern Cross, 28th June 1861.
On the 26th instant, in his 22nd year, at his mothers residence, Saint Georges Bay, Charles Cyril George Churton, 3rd son of the late Rev John Frederick Churton, Colonial Chaplain, and Minister of St Pauls. No buriel info.

CHURTON.
Southern Cross, 28th January 1853.
On Wednesday the 26th inst, at his residence, Little Square, in the 56th year of his age, the Rev John Frederick Churton, LLB, Colonist Chaplain, and Minister of Saint Pauls. No buriel info.
CLARE. At the residence, of Rev T Norrie, Drury, on the 30th October 1857, Jessie, beloved wife of William Clare, Hunua. No other details.

CLARK.
New Zealander, 5th May 1860.
On 2nd May 1860 at Onehunga, of convulsions, age 10 months, Frederick William, infant son of J F Clark, Auckland. No other details.

CLARK.
Weekly News, 13th January 1916.
W G Clark, Auckland. Contact me for details.

CLARK.
New Zealander, 29th June 1859.
On Mon 27th June 1859, Sarah, beloved wife of John Frederick Clark of Cook Street, age 19 years. No buriel info.

CLARK.
Auckland Star, 11th January 1954.
David Edwin, On January 10th, at his residence, 90 Prospect Road, Glen Eden. Beloved husband of Edna Clark and loved father of Davinia (Soloman Isld) and David, aged 58 years. Sadly missed. A service will be held in the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Avondale, at 2 pm tomorrow. Tuesday, funeral then leaving for Waikumete Lawn Cemetery.

CLARK.
Weekly News, 2nd November 1916.
Joycelyn Clark of Maramarua. Contact me for details.

CLARK.
Weekly News, 2nd November 1916.
Leslie Clark of Maramarua. Contact me for details.

CLARK.
Southern Cross, 28th June 1859.
On Monday June 27th, Sarah, the beloved wife of John Frederick Clark, of Cook Street. The funeral will leave her residence at half past 1 pm, this day. Friends please accept this invitation. No buriel info.

CLARKE.
Southern Cross, 22nd March 1850.
On Wednesday the 20th inst, Agnes Thompson, youngest daughter of Mr Archibald Clarke, of Shortland Street, age 10 months. No buriel info.

CLARKE.
Herald, 8th September 1941.
On September 7th, at Hamilton Susan, relict of George Clarke and loved mother of Mesdames A.Hodder, Green Lane, W Clough, Frankton. J Carmine, Paeroa.and Harold Clarke, Wellington. The late Mrs J, McCormick, Pukekohe, and William Clarke, Auckland. aged 81 years. RIP. Funeral leaves Catholic Church today at 3 pm. for Hamilton East Cemetery.

CLARKSON.
Info on Jack Clarkson, 1896, Port Robinson, Cheviot. (22)

CLARKSON.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On July 13th, at her fathers residence, Tararu Road, through injuries sustained from being thrown down from a horse on June 28th, Margaret Campbell, eldest daughter of Mr James Clarkson, age 14 years. No buriel info.

CLAY.
Settlers of Opotiki
In 1874, John and Caroline and their 20 yr old son Edward left Birmingham, England, in the sailing ship "Kemp' for NZ. They settled in Opotiki where Mr Clay, a Saddler by trade, had a farm at Waioeka, from which he walked to Opotiki each day. In his shop he displayed a little saddle that he had made as a sample of his work when he applied for his contract to make saddles for the Military. The saddle is now the property of his great grandson John Cresswell. (1977) Edward had a General store on the corner of Wellington and St Johns Street, later owned by Mr Charles Connelly. In 1882 Edward married Miss Alice Parkinson, daughter of Mr John P Parkinson, who had caome from Opotiki in 1868. with his family. Alice was a school teacher and was known to her pupils as Miss Alice, she was a honoured guest at the Opotiki Primary School 60th Anniversary in 1933. After their marriage in 1882, Edward and Alice were believed to be the first persons to drive a wheeled vehicle round the Southern side of the Ohiwa Harbour. One of Alices brothers rode first to cut a track and they followed the next day. Edward was the Manager of the Kauri Timber Company Mills at Mercury Bay for some years and then bought a farm in Whakatane, now most of the township of Kopeopeo.
Opotiki Country Districts Directory 1880 shows John Clay, Saddler and Farmer.
I have a newspaper photo of the General Store.

CLAYTON.
Southern Cross, 7th February 1851.
At San Francisco, of cholera, Emily, daughter of Captain George Thomas Clayton, late of NZ, in her 18th year. No other details.

CLAYTON.
Herald, 2nd May 1922.
Obituary for Captain Matthew Thomas Clayton of Auckland. Contact me for details.

CLEAL.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On July 10th at the residence, Karangahape Road, John Henry, infant son of Mr C Cleal, age 1 month. No buriel info.

CLEARY.
Herald 7th April 1934.
On April 5th, 1934, at Auckland, Thomas Cleary, 2nd son of the late Thomas and Mary Cleary, of Panmure, age 64 years. The funeral will leave the residence, of Mrs Douglas, Cleary Road, Panmure at 2 pm, tomorrow Sunday, for Panmure Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.

CLEGHORN.
New Zealander,7th January 1854
At Honolulu, suddenly, on 24th Sept 1854, Thomas Cleghorn, native of Scotland, late of Auckland. No other details.

CLEMENTS.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On July 3rd, at the residence of his brother, Cambridge, Mr William Clements, 2nd son of Mr William Clements, Keaden, County Roscommon, Ireland, age 31 years. No buriel info.

CLENDON.
Southern Cross, 17th August 1855.
On Saturday the 11th instant, at Russell, Bay of Islands, of Apoplexy, Sarah Isabella, aged 49 Years, wife of James Reddy Clendon, Resident Magistrate. Her death is universally and sincerely regretted, for her well known charity and disinterested benevolence have rendered her for years, the beloved benefactress of the poor, the sick and the afflicted. Requiescat in pace.

CLERK.
Southern Cross, 16th April 1862.
At Drury, on the 10th inst, Herbert Henry, 2nd son of Mr Alex Clerk. No buriel info.

CLEAVER.
Weekly News, 3rd April 1940.
On March 27th, at Whangarei, Frances Margaret, dearly beloved wife of the late Clement Cleaver, and mother of Alice, Jack, and Nita. No buriel info.

CLIFTON.
Southern Cross, 28th May 1852.
At Auckland on the 26th inst, Sergeant Major William Clifton, 58th Regiment, Sergeant Major Clifton had been upwards to 12 yrs in the Regiment, and served at Tuapekapeka and in the campaign in the North of Nz with credit to himself. His death is deeply lamented by the Officers and the whole of his Regiment.

CLIFFORD.
New Zealander, 1st July 1854.
At York, on 31st January 1854, George L Clifford Esq, aged 75 years, youngest son of Hon. Thomas Clifford, late of Tixall in the County of Stafford. RIP. No buriel info.

CLIFFORD.
Southern Cross, 21st September 1860.
At Parahuki, Wangerei, on the 29th August, Robert Clifford Snr, in his 73rd year, formerly of Melbourne and Aughnachloy, County Tyrone, Ireland. Melbourne papers please copy.

CLINKARD.
Weekly News, 13th January 1916.
G W Clinkard, Field Artillery. Contact me for details.

CLOUT.
Herald, 6th December 1906.
On December 2nd, at Auckland, Joseph Simpson, eldest son of the late James Clout, Huntly. No buriel info.

CLOUT.
Herald, 11th December 1937.
On December 11th, at Hamilton, William, loved husband of May Clout, and loved father of Patricia, Rotowaro, aged 36 years. The funeral will leave the Huntly Church of England tomorrow, Saturday, at 2.30 pm for the Kimihia Cemetery.

COAD.
Weekly News, 14th September 1916.
Mr and Mrs Coad, of Te Roti, Taranaki, suffered a sad bereavement last week owing to the death of their son Percy, who was in Camp at Featherston, he took ill there and passed away on Tuesday. The military authorities accorded the deceased trooper with a military funeral.

COATES.
New Zealander, 4th February 1854.
At Spanish Town, Jamaica, on 28th July 1853, Rev Henry Coates, late of Worcersor (sic) College, Oxford, age 23 yrs. No other details.

COATES.
New Zealander, 5th July 1854.
At his residence, Eden Cres, on Saturday, evening, 1st July 1854, in his 39th year, James Coates Esq, Clerk of the House of Representatives and for many years a well known and efficient officer of the Colonial Government.

COATMAN.
Weekly News, 24th June 1915.
A S M Coatman. Contact me for details.

COBINE.
Herald, 11th February 1921.
On February 10th, 1921, at the Auckland Hospital, Joseph, beloved husband of Elizabeth Cobine, age 54 years. The funeral will leave his late residence, Otahuhu tomorrow, Saturday at 2.30 pm friends please accept this intimation. No other details.

COCKRAFT.
New Zealander,1st July 1854.
At Auckland on 28th June 1854, Anne La Trobe, beloved wife of Major Cockraft, 58th Regimentt, age 46 years. No other details.

COE.
Herald, 27th July 1920.
On July 16th, accidentally killed at Taumaranui, Sergeant Henry Coe, late 2nd son of Daniel and Sophia Coe, and beloved husband of Elizabeth Coe, age 36 years. RIP. Deeply loved and sadly missed.

COFFEY.
Herald, 8th February 1913.
On February 7th, 1913, at his late residence, Howick, Henry James, the beloved husband of Mary Ann Coffey, age 76 years. RIP. The funeral will leave his late residence tomorrow, Sunday 9th at 1.45 pm, for the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.

COLDICUTT.
Southern Cross, 1st November 1862.
On the 30th ult, at his residence, Manuka Grove, Epsom, Mr William Coldicutt. The funeral will leave his late residence, at 3 O,Clock, tomorrow, Sunday. Friends are invited to attend.

COLE.
Weekly News, 24th June 1915.
R H Cole, Manawatu. Contact me for details.

COLES.
Herald, February 1920.
On 7th of February, 1920, At his parents home, Burch Street, Mount Albert, Charles Douglas, darling youngest son of Charles W and Helen I Coles, aged 2 years 7 months.

COLEY.
Weekly News, 13th January 1916.
J B Coley, Canterbury. Contact me for details.

COLGAN.
Southern Cross, 1873.
George Wellington Colgan, late of Limerick, age 60 years. Home papers please copy.

COLLARD.
New Zealander, 9th July 1856.
At Waterloo Quadrant on 6th July 1856, Mary Jane the inf daughter, and on 7th July 1856.

COLLINS.
Auckland Star, 26th August 1936.
One of the first settlers of the Tahuna district, Morrinsville, Mr William Joseph Collins, died yesterday, in his 68th year. In 1903 Mr Collins, in company with his brother-in-law, the late Mr Fred White, went to Tahuna then a bare-blocks district in its virgin state of tea-tree and fern. MrCollins was secretary of the Tahuna School Committee for about 25 years. He is survived by a family of nine children, all of whom reside in the districts surrounding Tahuna. His wife died in 1931.

COLLINS.
1931, (no other details of date).
The death occurred at Tahuna this morning of Mrs Sarah Rebecca Collins, wife of Mr W J. Collins senior, one of the earliest settlers of the Tahuna district, in her 59th year. Mrs Collins had been in ill health for some time, but her death was sudden. Mr & Mrs Collins came to Tahuna about twenty-five years ago from the Coromandel district and took up a block of unimproved land on the Morrinsville side of what is now the township of Tahuna. In those days there was no formed road to Morrinsville, and until comparitively recent times there was only a clay road. Mrs Collins was closely associated with all district activities, especially the Methodist church and the croquet club. Mrs Collins is survived by her husband and a family of nine children, all of whom reside at Tahuna. Her mother, Mrs R. Smith is living in Auckland. Her sisters are Mesdames E.A. White and Silvius (Auckland) and E.R. Whitechurch (Tahuna) Mr J T. Smith (Tahuna) is a brother.

COLLINS.
Herald, 1883.
On April 26th, at Richmond Road, Ponsonby, Eva Jane, beloved wife of Alfred Collins, aged 28 years. No other details.

COMAN.
Weekly News, 24th June 1915.
Frank Coman, Wellington. Contact me for details.

COMMONS.
Weekly News, 24th June 1915.
K W Commons, Auckland. Contact me for details.

CONN.
Otago Witness, 10th February 1909.
The retirement of Sergeant Conn, at South Dunedin Police Station. Contact me for details.

CONNELL.
Southern Cross, 23rd August 1859.
At his residence, Khyber Pass Road on Monday, 22nd instant, William Connell, age 53 years. The funeral will take place tomorrow, Wednesday at 3 O,Clock. No other details.

CONNELL.
New Zealander, 21 August 1852.
On Friday 20th August 1852, infant daughter of W Connell Esq, age 7 days. No other details.

CONNELL.
Southern Cross, 18th October 1862.
On the 17th inst, at his residence, Khyber Pass Road, George Edgar Connell, age 20 years. The funeral will take place this Saturday afternoon, at 3 O,Clock. No other details.

CONNOR.
Settlers of Opotiki
In 1853 at the age of 17 and a half James Connor, who was born in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland, enlisted in the 68th Light Infantry. After service in in the Crimean war, where he was taken prisoner by the Russians during the battle of Inkerman. He was released after the fall of Seastapol and the Regiment then did garrison duty at Malta thrn India. (contact me for more on this man.)

CONNOR.
New Zealander, 15th September 1860.
On 13th September 1860, William Connor, age 17 years. The funeral will leave from his father´┐Żs residence, Albert Street.

CONNORS.
Weekly News, 13th April 1916
The death is recorded of a old and respected resident, of the district, in the person of Mrs Connors of Kumara, which took place on Saturday morning, after a long illness. The deceased was for many years a well known resident of Ross. She was 75 years of age and leaves a family of 4 daughters and 4 sons. No other details.

CONROY.
New Zealander, 3rd September 1856.
On Monday 1st September 1856, at Harbour View Hotel, Chapel Street, John Conroy, age 33 years. No other details.

CONRY.
Southern Cross, 16th April 1850.
At his residence, Lower Queen Street, Auckland, on Monday the 15th inst, Thomas Edward Conry, solicitor, in his 39th year. The friends of the late Mr Conry are requested to accompany his remains to the Roman Catholic Cemetery, this morning at 11am.

CONWAY.
New Zealander, 18 September 1852.
On 16th September 1852, at his residence, West Queen Street, Mr John Conway. No other details.

COOK.
20th February 1902.
Inquest into the suicide of William Cook, of Hobson Street, husband of Martha Cook.

COOK.
Weekly News, 20th January 1916.
W Cook, Otago.

COOK.
Herald, February 1920.
On 8th February, 1920, at 68 St George Bay Road, Parnell, George, son of George Cook and the late Eliza Cook, age 44 years. Interred Waikaraka Cemetery.

COOKE.
New Zealander, 28th September 1859.
At her residence, Victoria Street, Mary, beloved wife of Alexander Cooke, age 75 years. No other details.

COOMER.
Weekly News, 2nd November 1916.
Percy Coomer of Kingsland, Auckland. Contact me for details.

COOPER.
Weekly News, 2nd November 1916.
W Collett Cooper of Parnell, Auckland. Contact me for details.

COOPER.
Weekly News, 9th November 1916.
A R Cooper of Cheviot. Contact me for details.

COLQUHOUN.
Colquhoun Mr, of Palmerston North. (21)

CORBAN.
Herald, 8th February 1950.
On February 5th at Auckland, David Rodger, beloved son of Rodger and Elizabeth Corban, of Knights Road, Murrays Bay, and loved brother of Mary and Helen, aged 38 years. A service will be held at St Matthews Church, Auckland, today, Wednesday at 11 30am, funeral then leaving for Waikumete Cemetery.

CORBETT.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On October 17th, at her fathers residence, Parnell, Auckland, Elizabeth, 4th daughter of William Corbett, age 22 years. No other details.

CORBETT. On 1st December 1855, of cholera, on board HMS "St Jean de Acre "(sic) at Constantinople, John Augustine Corbett Esq, MD, aged 34 years. No other details.

CORLETT.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On July 24th, at Tararu, Beatrice, youngest daughter of Mr C F Corlett, age 5 weeks. No other details.

CORLETT.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On November 24th at Tararu, Isabella Balfour, beloved wife of Claude F Corlett. No other details.

CORLEY.
Herald, 15th June 1908.
On June 14th, at her residence, Pitt Street, Auckland, Mary Ann, the beloved wife of J S Corley, in her 72nd year. The funeral will leave her son in law's, J Davis, residence, East Street, at 2 p m tomorrow, Tuesday for Purewa. By request no mourning.

CORNES.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On August 3rd, Clara H, daughter of Mr C A Cornes, age 3 years, of Moanataiari. No other details.

CORNES.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On August 11th, Edmond Morrin, infant son of Mr C A Cornes, age 9 months. Moanataiari Creek. No other details.

CORNISH.
New Zealander, 22nd September 1855.
On 20th September 1855, Mary Wynn, 2nd and beloved daughter of Sidney H Cornish. No other details.

CORNISH.
Southern Cross, 31st August 1858.
Suddenly, at the Glebe, Sydney, Mr S H Cornish, late of Auckland, aged 27 years. No other details.

COSSEY.
Herald, 14th January 1921.
On January 13th 1921, at his late residence, Drury, Solomon, dearly beloved husband of the late Martha Cossey, in his 82nd year. The funeral will leave his late residence at 2 pm today, Friday for the Church of England Cemetery, Drury.

COSTELLO.
Info on Costello family of Dommett, Cheviot. 1899. (22)

COSTIGAN.
D Costigan. Waiuta, 1928. Contact me for details.

COTTER.
April 28th 1924.
On April 26th, at a Private Hospital, Auckland, Emma Harriet, beloved wife of the late Richard Cotter, late of Mauku, in her 81st year. Funeral will arrive at the Mauku Cemetery at 2pm, tomorrow, Tuesday. Friends please accept this intimation.

COULAM.
Weekly News, 21st December 1916.
F Coulam, Ponsonby, Auckland. Contact me for details.

COULTHARD.
Weekly News, 24th June 1915.
On the 18th of June 1915, at Auckland Hospital, Joseph Coulthard, beloved husband of Margaretta, and father of, T S Coulthard of Whakapara, and Mrs E T Fowler, Glen Massey, aged 69 years. No other details.

COUPER.
Weekly News, 17th March 1927.
An old resident of Wairoa, Hawkes Bay, who was associated with the pioneering farming of the district, in the person of Mr John Couper, passed away at the Napier Hospital during the week. In the early days Mr Couper was engaged in sheepfarming in a large way, in the Frasertown district, and for many years prior to his death he was in business as a land and estate agent in Napier. No other details.

COURTNAY.
Southern Cross, 20th May 1851.
On the 28th November, on board the barque, "Clara", off the Island of Saint George, Azores, John Gannett Courtnay, Staff Surgeon, late Principal Medical Officer of NZ.

COWAN.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On Aug 12th, at the Provincial Lunatic Asylum, Henry Cowan, age 56 years. No other details.

COWDERY.
Weekly News, 21st December 1916.
C W Cowdery, Auckland. Contact me for details.

COWIE.
Herald, 1962.
Alice May, on July 24th 1962, at Auckland Public Hospital, dearly loved wife of the late Alexander John Cowie, late of Manly, and loved mother of Zena, Mrs Harris, Joan, Mrs Kingston, in her 78th year. A service will be held at W H Tongue and Sons Chapel tomorrow, Thursday at 3 pm. Funeral then leaving for Waikumete.

COWLEY.
Cowley W, of Palmerston North. (21)

COX.
Weekly News, 2nd November 1916.
Lionel Cox of Te Rapa. Contact me for details.

CRAIG.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On August 5th, at the residence of Captain Campbell, Nelson Street, Catherine, the beloved wife of Mr George Craig, Engineer, of Hobsonville, aged 48 years. English and Scotch papers please copy. No other details.

CRAIG.
Southern Cross, 23rd August 1862.
On the 22nd inst, Mr Robert Craig, age 68 years. The funeral will leave the residence, Vincent Street, tomorrow, Sunday at 3 O,Clock. Friends are invited. No other details.

CRAIG.
New Zealander, 28th May 1853.
At Auckland on Thursday 26th May 1853, Jessie Craig, age 1 year 4 months, 3rd daughter of Thomas Craig, Carpenter. No other details.

CRAMPTON.
Info on Crampton family of Dommett, Cheviot. 1899. (22)

CRANCH.
Southern Cross Supp, 1873.
Drowned in Auckland Harbour, on the evening of the 23rd of August, William Cranch, Master Mariner, age 49 years. No other details.

CRANEY.
Herald, 15th April 1965.
May Agnes, on April 14th 1965, at Middlemore Hospital, beloved wife of the late Thomas James and loving mother of Jim and Margaret, RIP. Funeral prayers will be said in the Church of the Assumption, Onehunga today,Thursday at 10 am, funeral afterwards leaving for Waikumete Cemetery. Requiem Mass will be celebrated in the church at 6.30am Monday.

CRAWFORD.
Herald, 22nd January 1936.
On January 19th, at a Private Hospital, Palmerston North, Margaret Mowrat(Rita), dearly beloved wife of Daniel Crawford, of Walton and youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs A Montgomerie of Kauwhata, Palmerston North, aged 29 years. No other details.

CRAWFORD.
Southern Cross, 4th March 1862.
At Howick, on the 23rd ult, Anne, eldest daughter of John and Bridget Crawford, age 9 years and 7 months. No other details.

CRAWFORD.
Herald, 1883.
On April 29th at the residence of his brother, David, youngest son of Hugh Crawford, Maungakaramea, aged 23 years, Ayrshire papers please copy. No other details.

CRAWFORD.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On September 23rd, at his fathers residence, Epsom, Matthew Crawford, youngest son of John Crawford, age 6 years and 9 months. No other details.

CRAWSHAW.
Herald, 28th April 1915.
On April 27, 1915, at the residence of his niece, Mrs S. O'Halloran, 28 Princess Street, Grey Lynn, John Crawshaw, late of Pakuranga, aged 85 years. The funeral will leave the above address for the Howick Cemetery tomorrow, Thursday at 1 pm. Friends please accept this intimation.

CRAWSHAW.
Herald, 10th December 1905.
On December 15th, 1905, at St Heliers Bay, Elizabeth Crawshaw, beloved wife of John Crawshaw, of Pakuranga, in her 72nd year. The funeral will leave St Heliers Bay for the Howick Cemetery at 1 pm tomorrow, Sunday, friends please accept this intimation.

CRAWSHAW.
Herald, 7th August 1940.
On August 6th, 1940, Edward George, beloved husband of Emma Amelia Crawshaw and loved brother of Frederick, Richard, Gordon and Ivan, late of Bridge Street, Grafton, age 81 years. Service at Morrison's chapel, Parnell Road at 1 45 pm today, Wednesday leaving at 2 pm, for the Howick Cemetery.

CREW.
Southern Cross, 7th August 1855.
At Howick on the 31st July, Joseph, the only son of Joseph Ralph Crew, aged 3 years. No other details.

CRIPPS.Weekly News, 18th March 1915.
On the 28th of February 1915, son of Mr and Mrs A Standish Cripps, Wairamarama, Tuakau, aged 12 days. No other details.

CROMBIE.
Herald, 3rd January 1865.
Died on Monday, 2nd instant, Elizabeth, wife of Mr Alexander Crombie, aged 21 years. The funeral will leave her late residence, Newton, this day, at half past 2 O,Clock. Friends are respectfully invited. No other details.

CRONIN.
Herald, 22nd January 1936.
On Jan 21st, at Auckland Hospital, Patrick, dearly beloved husband of Jane Cronin, aged 57 years. RIP. The funeral will leave his late residence, Mercer, tomorrow,Thursday for Pokeno Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.

CROOK.
Weekly News, 2nd November 1916.
H L Crook of Mount Eden, Auckland. Contact me for details.

CROSBIE.
Southern Cross, 26th October 1860.
On Thursday, October 25th, Elizabeth Crosbie, aged 17 years. The funeral will leave her mothers residence, Victoria Street, this day at 3 O,Clock. Friends please accept this invitation. No other details.

CROSSLEY.
Herald, 14th October, 1929.
On October 12th, at her late residence, 34 Warnock Street, Grey Lynn, Ethel Holmes, dearly beloved wife of B H T Crossley, in her 48th year, after a long illness. Funeral will leave her late residence, 2 pm for Hillsborough Cemetery.

CROSSMAN.
Herald, 13th November 1918.
On November 12th, at the Technical Temporary Hospital, of Pneumonia, William, beloved husband of Minnie, of 16 Karaka Street, Newton aged 38 years. Deeply regretted. No other details.

CROUCHER.
Auckland Star, 11th January 1954.
Elizabeth Ann, on January 9th, at her brothers residence, 25 Adam Street, Green Lane. Beloved sister of Fred, Mollie (Mrs Rogers, Napier) and the late Catherine (Mrs Walworth) and Ada (Mrs Aitken Wellington) Passed peacefully away. Cremated this day Monday. No other details.

CROWE.
Otago Witness, January 13th 1909.
On January 6th, at his residence, 44 Pine Hill Terrace, Michael James, beloved husband of Mary Crowe, aged 68 years. Deeply regretted. RIP. No other details.

CROWTHER.
Weekly News, 21st December 1916.
R M B Crowther, Tauranga. Contact me for details.

CROXON.
Weekly News, 3rd March 1927.
The body of Mr Ira Croxon, aged 23 of Tennessee Ave, Mangere, who was drowned at Panmure beach through the capsizing of a canoe, early on Sunday morning, was discovered floating in the Tamaki river, by Mr F Ross of the auxiliary scow Rover, on Friday.

COYLE.
Herald, March 1900.
On March 5th, 1900, at Summer Street, Eden Terrace, Mercy Ellen Pane Coyle, the dearly loved wife of Arthur Coyle, age 56 years. Requiem in pace. The funeral will leave her late residence, at 3 pm today, Tuesday, for the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Symonds Street. friends are invited to accept this invitation.

CRUICKSHANK.
Southern Cross, 27th May 1861.
At Sydney on the 27th ult, Mr Andrew Cruickshank. No other details.

CULLEN.
A V Cullen, Auckland, 3rd June 1915. Contact me for details.

CULLEN.
P O Cullen, Pakaraka, 13th July 1916. Contact me for details.

CUNNINGHAM.
Weekly News, 13th January 1916.
L J Cunningham, Wellington. Contact me for details.

CURNOW.
R Curnow. Waiuta, 1928. Contact me for details.

CURRAN.
T Curran, Otago, September 23rd 1915. Contact me for details.

CURRAN.
Curran H, of Palmerston North. (21)

CURTIS.
New Zealander, 17th March 1858.
On 15th March 1858, Emily Margaret, only surviving child of Mr Curtis, Surgeon, Auckland, age 8 months. No other details.

CURTIS.
Herald, October 1933
On October 17th 1933, at her late residence, 25 Vincent Ave, Remuera, Rose, wife of the late William Curtis in her 71st year. A loving mother at rest. Funeral will leave above address at 1 pm Wednesday, for Purewa Cemetery.

CUSSACK.
Christchurch Star, 7th December 1900.
On December 6th at Stanmore Road, Richmond. Burnard James Cusack only surviving twin son of James and Ellen. age 5mths. No other details.

CUTHBERTSON.
Herald, 17th October 1931.
On October 16th, Lucy, beloved wife of the late E B Cuthbertson, of Northcote. Funeral will leave residence of F Blott, Queen Street, Northcote, 2 30 pm Sunday. No other details.