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MacDONALD Mona.
Cheviot District, McKenzie School Pupil, 1915.
Photo available for copying.

MacDONALD.
New Zealander, 12th March 1856.
At Howick, on Monday night, 10th March 1856, age 56 years, from disease of the heart, Captain Alexander Macdonald, Staff Officer of Pensioners.

MacDONALD.
Weekly News, 1896.
On July 25th 1896, Amy Rebecca, beloved wife of John S MacDonald, HM Customs, Dunedin, and eldest daughter of Sergeant Major James Scully, Defence Department, NZ.

MacDOUGALL.
Otago Witness, 13th January 1909.
On January 2nd, at Bluff, Margaret MacDougall, formerly of Lovells Flat and Crichton.

MacFARLANE.
Herald, 24th July 1899.
On Sunday July 23rd 1899, James Macfarlane, aged 52 years. The funeral will leave his late residence, Remuera, at 3 pm tomorrow, Tuesday the 25th inst, for Saint Mark�s Cemetery.

MacGIBBON.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
S L MacGibbon of Gore. Contact me for details.

MacLAURIN.
Weekly News, 20th February 1902.
On Sunday, February 16th, 1902, at George Street, Rocky Nook, Gertrude Leila, infant daughter of Edward and Winifred Maclaurin, aged 7 months.

MacLEAN.
Annie MacLean, Dunedin. First Contingent, Nurse. 1915.

MacKENZIE.
Herald, 21st May 1927.
On May 20th at Auckland Hospital, Gwendoline Lovejoy, beloved only daughter of Nellie and Kenneth MacKenzie and Grand-daughter of Mrs Church, 6 Summer Street, Ponsonby, aged 6 years.

MacMURRAY.
The Daily Telegraph, Hawkes Bay, February 1st, 1871.
Advertisment, Shamrock Hotel, Tareha,s Bridge, James MacMurray, Proprietor. Good paddocks for sheep, cattle and horses. Well arranged Public Sale Yards. Commodious Stabling. Ladies and Gentlemen Plunge and Shower Baths, fitted with every convenience and supplied with artesian well water.

MACK.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
R Mack of Caterton. Contact me for details.

MACKESY.
Southern Cross, 12th October 1860.
On the 6th instant, aged 31 years Ernest R Macksey, late Captain of HM 97th Regiment.

MACKIE.
Herald, March 1901.
On March 5th, Rebecca Crane, relict of the late Peter Mackie, in her 80th year. The funeral will leave her late residence, Hepburn Street, for Symonds Street Cemetery, tomorrow Wednesday, at 3pm.

MACKIE.
Herald, 13th March 1865.
On March 11th, William Uttley, infant son of Mr James Mackie, Coach Builder, age 15 months. The funeral will leave Mount Street, tomorrow, Tuesday, at 3 pm. Friends will please accept this invitation.

MACKIE.
Southern Cross, 28th February 1862.
On the 27th inst, Mary Jane, only daughter of Mr James Mackie, Mount Street, age 9 months. The funeral will take place on Sunday at 3 O,Clock. Friends are invited to attend.

MACKY.
Southern Cross, 2nd Dec, 1859.
On Thursday evening, the 1st instant, Catherine Cochrane, aged 38 years. The beloved wife of Mr Thomas Macky, Merchant, of this city. The funeral will leave her late residence in Hobson Street, at 4 pm Saturday. Friends will please accept this invitation.

MACNAB.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
W A Macnab of Lawrence. Contact me for details.

MADDISON.
Southern Cross, 26th July, 1859.
Drowned by the Queen Street Wharf, on the 23rd instant, Thomas Maddison, a native of Norfolk, England, much regretted by all who new him.

MADILL.
Weekly News, 1896.
On October 6th, suddenly at her residence, "Woodview" Pukekohe, Annie, the beloved wife of W H Madill.

MAGINN.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On September 7th, at his fathers residence, Upper Shortland, Thomas Francis, youngest son of Michael Maginn, age 8 months.

MAHAN.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
A Mahan of Oamaru. Contact me for details.

MAHER.
Herald, 13th November 1918.
On November 10th, at Thames Hospital, Patrick dearly beloved husband of Hannah Maher and eldest son of the late John and Mary Maher, of Tararu. RIP.

MAHON.
Herald Supplement? 24 April 1891.
On April 2nd, at Park Road, Johanna, youngest daughter of the late Colour-Sergeant Mahon, 58th Regiment. No other details

MAHONY.
Napier District.
Mahony family, in 1879.

MAIDEN.
Southern Cross, 7th June, 1862.
On the 6th inst, at Newton, John Henry, infant son of Henry Maiden, age 2 months. The funeral will take place on Sunday next at 3 pm, 8th instant. Friends will please accept this invitation.

MAILER.
Weekly News, 12th August 1915.
On the 2nd Aug 1915, at Bridge of Earn, Perthshire, Scotland, Robert Mailer, late of Red Hill, Northern Wairoa, beloved father of William Mailer, aged 72 years.

MAIR.
Weekly News, 1896.
On August 7th, at Parawai, Thames, Jack, only son of Gilbert Mair, aged 7 years.

MAITLAND.
Herald, 20th September 1923.
Obituary for Mr Joseph Maitland, late of Clinton, Otago.

MAKEPEACE.
Southern Cross, 22nd June 1860.
On Wednesday, 20th June, at her residence Chancery Street, Sarah, the beloved wife of John Makepeace, aged 66 years. The funeral will leave Mr Makepeace,s residence, tomorrow, Saturday at 2pm. Friends will please accept this invitation.

MALCOLM.
V A Malcolm, Wellington, 17th June 1915, Contact me..

MALINCK.
Weekly News, April 8th. 1915
Killed in action, Private John Malinck, Reservist from Petone. Contact me.

MALLOY.
A Malloy. Waiuta, 1928. Contact me for details.

MALONE.
Herald, 29th June 1925.
At Thames on Friday June 26th 1925, Henry (Harry) Malone, beloved eldest son of the late Daniel and Elizabeth Malone in his 47th year. RIP. Funeral will leave Little's Mortuary, Hobson Street at 10am tomorrow, Tuesday for Waikaraka Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.

MALONE.
Herald 29th June 1925.
At Thames, on Friday June 26th 1925, Henry (Harry), beloved brother of Mrs M Brewer, Mrs L Childerhouse and Mrs R Andrew, and D and T Marlone in his 47th year. Late 12th Reinforcements NZEF. RIP.

MALTA HOSPITAL.
New Zealanders at Imtarfa Military Hospital. 1915.

MANDENO.
Southern Cross, 13th June, 1862.
On the 12th inst, at Remuera, age 22 years, Mr Thomas Lloyd Mandeno, of this city, solicitor and the 3rd son of the Rev J Francis Mandeno.

MANERY.
Southern Cross, 21st September 1858.
On Saturday the 19th instant in Hospital, William Manery, of Papakura, aged 43 years. The funeral will take place tomorrow, leaving the Hospital at 1 O,Clock. Friends are requested to accept this as an invitation.

MANEARY.
Southern Cross, 25th May 1855.
On Monday the 21st instant, at the North Shore, Mr John Maneary, aged 66 years, formerly of County Armagh, Ireland, and for many years a respected settler of Auckland.

MANEY.
Weekly News, 4th May, 1916.
A sign writer named Francis William Maney, aged 48 years, whose wife and family reside in Auckland, was found dead in a whare at Hastings on Sunday. He had been dead for 2 or 3 days.

MANN.
Weekly News, 11th November 1926.
Personal, Alfred Burnett and Harriet Hannah, both deceased. (contact me for details)

MANNING.
Herald, 5th September 1923.
Obituary for Mr A W Manning, Wellington.

MANNING.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On August 1st, at Kikowhakarere, Cecil, infant son of Mr and Mrs Manning.

MANNING.
Info on Manning Willie of Clyde, South Island. (22).

MANNING.
Herald, 13th November 1918.
On 12th November, at Kilbryde Hospital, Robert, dearly loved cousin of Ray MacPherson, Peary Road, Mt Eden, age 46 years. Private interment at Waikumete Cemetery.

MANNING.
George M Manning, Auckland, 17th June 1915, WW1.

MANSON.
T S Manson, Wellington, 3rd June 1915, WW1.

MARDELL.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
W A Mardell of Newtown, Wellington. Contact me for details.

MARETT.
Southern Cross, 24th May, 1859.
Found drowned on the Tamaki Sandspit, John Marett, aged 22 years, a native of Jersey.

MARFELL.
Weekly News, 22nd April 1915.
Trevor, a well known young farmer, whose body was found in a creek at Whangamomona, Taranaki, on Sunday. Indications are that his horse slipped and he fell Forty feet into the creek.

MARKS.
Herald of 1st August 1901.
Samuel Marks died 31 July 1901 aged 35 years.

MARKEY.
Herald, 13th November 1918.
On November 12th, at Auckland Hospital, from influenza, James Francis, dearly beloved husband of Florence Ellen Markey, 74 Norfolk Street, Ponsonby, age 37 years. Interment private.

MARKS.
Southern Cross,3rd August 1858.
On the 2nd instant, at the residence of his parents, Victoria Street, William, the 6th son of Captain Marks, aged 12 months. The funeral will take place at 3 pm tomorrow, to which friends are invited.

MARLOW.
J J Marlow, Otago, 3rd June 1915, WW1.

MARMONT.
Herald, 13th November 1918.
On November 11th, at the Technical School, Hospital, of pneumonia, Lionel Marmont, dearly beloved husand of Beryl Marmont, 24 Saint Albans Road, age 35 years. Deeply regretted.

MARONEY.
B J (Bert) Maroney, Wellington, 30th September 1915, WW1.

MARR.
Harry Marr, Canterbury, 17th June 1915, WW1.

MARRA.
G H Marra, Wellington, 30th September 1915, WW1.

MARRIOTT.
Weekly News, 23rd November 1916.
W J Marriott of Fendalton. Contact me for details.

MARSH.
William A Marsh, South Otago, 3rd June 1915, WW1.

MARSH.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On August 11th, at the residence, of her daughter, Mrs Besley, Howick. Mary Marsh, age 78 years.

MARSHALL.
On September 30th 1936, at the Auckland Hospital, Margaret, beloved wife of Angus Marshall, Albany, aged 72 years. Private interment. Dunedin papers please copy.

MARSHALL.
Weekly News, 27th January 1916.
C G Marshall, Wellington.

MARSHALL.
Southern Cross, 10th June 1859.
On Monday, 6th of June, Mrs Isabella Marshall, late of Hobson Street, aged 75 years.

MARSHALL.
Weekly News, 1896.
On August 20th, at her late residence, Otahuhu, Sarah, the beloved wife of George Marshall, aged 72 years.

MARSHALL.
October 1936.
On September 30th, at Auckland Hospital, Margaret, beloved wife of Angus Marshall, Albany, age 72 years. Private interrment, Dunedin Papers please copy.

MARSHALL.
Taranaki Herald, Friday, 11th September, 1903 - Waitara News (from the Correspondent).
It is with extreme regret that I have to record the death of Mr Charles Marshall, son of Mr H T Marshall of this town this morning, of diphtheria. The deceased was highly respected and was only 22 years of age. He was employed as a fireman on the Railway and had only been laid up for a short time. His sudden end was a severe shock to his relatives.

MARSHALL.
Taranaki Herald, Tuesday, 15th September, 1903 - Obituary.
THE LATE CHARLES MARSHALL.. Charles MARSHALL, who passed away after a short illness at his father's res, was a familiar figure in Waitara. He was only 22 years of age and had a bright future before him. His father was one of our earliest settlers. The deceased took an active interest in the occupation he was following: and up to the time of his death he was a fireman on the local branch of the Railway Dept, with which he has been connected for some yrs. In extending sympathy to the afflicted ones, I feel sure I can express the feeling of the whole community. The funeral took place on Sun afternoon, and was largely attended, people attending from all parts of the district. The Rev. J.S. Garlick officiated at the grave."

MARSHALL.
Taranaki Herald, Saturday, 19th September 1903 - Waitara News.
The funeral of the late H.T. Marshall took place on Sun afternoon. A large number of friends following the remains to his last resting place. The service at the graveside was impressively conducted by the Rev. S.J.[sic] Garlick, who made touching reference to the double bereavement sustained by the family. A number of wreaths were sent to be placed on the coffin, also one made by Miss Telfar at the request of the Waitara Town Board.

MARSHALL.
Weekly News, 10th December 1914.
On the 28th November, 1914, at Opotiki Public Hospital, Noel Leslie Bain, son of Mr and Mrs J A Marshall, Waimana, age 3years 5months. No mourning.

MARTIN.
Weekly News, 1896.
On September 27th at his late residence, Upper Queen Street, Lucas Jackson Martin, the dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth Martin, and eldest son of the late William Eustis, Barrister and Solicitor, and Grandson of the late Rev, Doctor Martin of Dean of St Patricks Cathedral, Dublin, aged 59 years.

MARTIN.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
W Martin of Dunedin. Contact me for details.

MARTIN. New Zealander, 21st April 1849.
On 10th September 1848, at Berbice, British Guiana, of which province he was a Stipendiary Magistrate, S M D Martin Esq, formerly a member of the Legislative Council to New Zealand.

MARTIN.
Herald, 17th September 1866.
On September 15th, at Mt Eden Road, the beloved wife of Mr Martin, age 28 years. The funeral will leave this day, Monday, at 3 o,clock. Friends are respectfully invited to attend.

MARTIN.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On October 22nd, at Sandes Street, Block 27, Shortland, Charles Martin, late of Adelaide, age 38 years.

MARTIN.
Bill Martin, Cheviot District, McKenzie School Pupil, 1915.

MARTIN.
Herald, 13th Novemmber 1918.
On November 11th, at Victoria Ave, Mt Eden, of influenza, Frederick William, dearly beloved husband of Ethel Martin, and eldest son of Henry Martin, age 44 years. Deeply regretted. Funeral will leave at 10 30 am tomorrow.

MARTIN.
Southern Cross, 1873.
On August 23rd, Newton Road, Carrie Emmeline, younger daughter of Mr Josiah Martin, of Grafton Rd School, age 6 years.

MARTINOVICH.
Herald, 21st May 1927.
On May 19th 1927, at Auckland Hospital, Ivan, eldest son of the late Anton and Ellen Martinovich, in his 17th year. RIP. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated at the Sacred Heart Church at 9 30 today, Saturday, the funeral leaving at 10 45 am, for Waikumete Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.

MARTINSON.
Weekly News 31st December 1914.
On the 2st December 1914, at his residence Katikati, loved husband of Julie, late of Norsewood, Hawkes Bay, aged 60 years.

MASEFIELD.
Weekly News, 5th November 1914.
Killed in Action, From the Christchurch correspondent,Major Robert Masfield , King's Shropshire Light Infantry, a native of Akaroa, eldest son of Mr V Masefield, sheep farmer, Akaroa.

MASEFIELD.
Weekly News, 11th March 1915.
On the 3rd March 1915, at his nephew's residence, W N Channon, Helensville, John Masefield of Pahi, Kaipara, aged 71 years.

MASEFIELD.
Herald, 23rd August 1923.
Obituary for Mrs J O Masefield, nee Young, of Auckland. Contact me.

MASON.
H Mason, Auckland, 30th September 1915, Contact me..

MASON.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 14th June 1922.
One June 12th at Onerahi, Whangarei. Alfred Hammond, youngest son of the late Rev Thomas and Emma L Mason, Somerset, England, and dearly loved father of A Charles Mason, Papatoetoe. Contact me for Obituary.

MASON.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
Francis Mason of Dunedin. Contact me for details.

MASON.
Otago Witness, 10th February. 1909
On February 6th, at his late residence, Puerua, Charles Adam Mason. Deeply regretted.

MASTERS.
Southern Cross, 21st January 1859.
On the 18th inst, Cecil Godfrey, 2nd son of Henry J Masters, age 8 months.

MATAURA.
Township, abt 1870. Contact me. (22)

MATAURA.
School, abt 1878 to 1882. Contact me. (22)

MATAURA.
School roll for 1878, contact me for lookup. (22)

MATHESON.
Weekly News, 10th June 1915.
On the 22nd May 1915, at his residence, Seaside, Leigh, Roderick Matheson, beloved husband of Eva and eldest son of the late Captain and Mrs Duncan Matheson, late of Cape Brett, Nova Scotia, aged 54 years.

MATHIESON.
Weekly News, 12th November 1914.
Killed in Action, Captain Kenneth Mathieson, Irish Guards, near Ypres, 1st November 1914, resided near Marton, ex Rangitikei farmer.

MATHEWS.
Weekly News, 20th February 1902.
On February 10th, at Okahu, Northern Wairoa, William Mathews, in his 51st year.

MATSEN.
Fred Matsen, Wellington, 2nd December 1915, WW1.

MATSON.
Southern Cross, 6th Nov. 1849.
At Brookside, on Saturday morning, Isabel, daughter of Major Matson, age 4 months.

MATSON.
Southern Cross, 19th March 1850.
At Brookside, on Sunday last, after a painful illnes, Isabel, the beloved wife of Major Matson, and only daughter of Baron De Thierry, age 22 years, most severely lamented. The friends of the deceased are invited to attend her remains from her late residence, to the place of interment at 2 O,Clock, on Thursday afternoon.

MATTHEWS.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 13th June 1890.
Elizabeth Austin Matthews died 12th June 1890, aged 48 years, wife of Edmund Israel Matthews.

MATTHEWS.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 14th October 1895.
Edmund Israel Matthews, died 13th October 1895 aged 85 years.

MATTSON.
Weekly News, 23rd November 1916.
J A Mattson of Palmerston North. Contact me for details.

MAUNDER.
On January 21st 1936 at his late residence, Te Puke, Charles Alexander, beloved husband of Bertha Maunder, aged 49 years.

MAUNDER.
Weekly News, 3rd April 1940.
On March 16th, at Whangarei, Alfred Henry, loved father of Mrs J W Forth, Whangarei. Mrs H S Rowe, Hamilton. Mrs H G Forth, Clare, Australia. Mrs W Everson, Great South Road, Auckland. Peacefully Sleeping.

MAUNSELL.
New Zealander, 7th March 1849.
On 27th February 1849 at Waikato Heads, the son of the Rev R Maunsell, aged 1 year.

MAXWELL.
Herald, 20th January 1865.
On the 20th instant, Mary, daughter of Mr Maxwell, aged 6 months. The funeral will leave the residence Newton, today at 4 O,Clock. Friends are respectfully invited to attend.

MAXWELL.
Weekly News, 1896.
On August 23rd, at the District Hospital, the dearly beloved son of James and Maria Maxwell, of Hokianga Heads, aged 20 years.

MAXWELL.
Weekly News, 1896.
Mary Kerr, relict of David Maxwell, late of Shiskin Island, Isle of Arran, aged 81 years. Glasgow papers please copy.

MAXWELL.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 5th June 1901.
Agnes Mary Ann Maxwell died 3 June 1901 aged 68 years, sister of the late John Maxwell.

MAXWELL.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 5th October 1898.
John Maxwell died 4 October 1898 aged 62 years, husband of Emma Maxwell.

MAXWELL.
Weekly News, 19th Jul 1901.
On July 10th at her late residence, Virgil Street, Waverley, Sydney, Emma, widow of the late William Maxwell, of Mangonui, late of Remuera, aged 65 years. Her end was peace.

MAY.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
Richard S May of Dipton. Contact me for details.

MAY.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 19th June 1922.
On June 17th 1922, at the residence of her bnrother-inlaw. W H James, West Street, Pukekohe, Rebeccxa May, aged 91 years. Funeral will leave for the Pukekohe Cemetery, tomorrow, Tuesday, at 4 pm.

MAYALL.
Weekly News, 19th July 1901.
On May 20th, 1901, accidentally killed in the London Dock, Herbert the dearly beloved husband of Hester Mayall, and eldest son of George and Annie Mayall, of Birkenhead. Deeply regretted.

MAYNE.
Southern Cross, 4th January 1853.
On the night of the 31st December 1852, at Glenburn near Auckland, at the residence of his relative, Edward Mayne, Commissioner of Crown Lands, Sedborough Mayne Esq, Ensign in her Majestys 58th Regiment of Foot, and eldest son of the Rev Edward Mayne, of Ballytrain, County of Monaghan, Ireland.

MAZETT.
Southern Cross, 4th January 1853.
In November last, suddenly, at the village of Collingwood, Near Melbourne, Thomas Frederick Mazett, formerly of Cawood, River Ouse, Van Diemans Land.

MEAD.
Herald, 19th October 1896.
Northern Wairoa Drowning. Mr and Mrs Mead of Tikinui. (very long article, email me ).

MEAD.
V Mead, Auckland, 17th June 1915, WW1.

MEALE.
Herald, 20th September 1940.
On September 14th 1940, at Northern Wairoa Hospital, beloved wife of John Aubrey Meale, Tangowahine, aged 20 years. No other details.

MEARS.
New Zealander, 14th June 1848.
On the 8th June 1848, the infant son of Mr A Mears, Shortland Street.

MEAGER.
Herald, 18th September 1940.
On 17th September 1940, at Auckland, Alfred, dearly loved husband of Annie, and loving father of Alf, Annie and Catherine, in his 82nd year. RIP. Private interment.

MEDHURST.
Herald, 24th April 1891.
On March 22nd, at Oxford North, Ethel Jane, youngest daughter of William and Emily Medhurst, aged 3 years and 9 months. Deeply regretted.

MEDHURST.
Weekly News, 5th May 1937.
Constable Gordon George Medhurst, of Port Chalmers, drowned at Mercer.( more on this story).

MEEHAN.
Herald, 18th September 1940.
On 17th September, suddenly at Te Kuiti Hospital, Gregory Charles Donnelly (Donnie), dearly beloved son of Mr and Mrs G Meehan, of Otorohanga, aged 3 and half years. Apatient little sufferer gone to rest. The funeral will leave the Catholic Church, Otorohanga, tomorrow, Thursday at 10am, after a short service, for the Otorohanga Cemetery.

MEIKLE.
Info Meikle family on of Dommett, Cheviot. 1899. (22)

MELDRUM.
Herald, 13th September 1923.
Obituary for Mrs A L Meldrum, of Whangarei.

MELLSOP.
Herald, 19th November, 1884.
On the 17th inst, at the residence of Mr Walter McElwain, Bayfield, Ponsonby, Leonora, the beloved daughter of J T and C R Mellsop, in her 18th year.

MELROSE.
J B Melrose, Ruahine, 3rd June 1915, WW1.

MENZIES.
Herald, 24th September 1940.
Obituary for Captain H G Menzies, late of Dargaville and Helensville.

MENZIES.
New Zealander, 8th January 1848.
Robert Menzies, Comb Maker, begs to apprize the inhabitants of Auckland, that he has commenced business as above, in Durham Street, opposite the Iron Store, Queen Street, where he will be able to supply, combs of all descriptions, of the best manufacture, in Tortoise-shell and Horn. Work performed for persons supplying their own shell. Jan 7th 1848.

MENZIES.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
Duncan Menzies of Lumsden. Contact me for details.

MENZIES.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
Stewart Menzies of Lumsden. Contact me for details.

MERRICK.
Southern Cross, 19th June 1860.
On the 18th instant, at Auckland, John Merrick, son of Isaac Merrick, of Waiheke aged 13 years. The funeral will leave the Wharf Hotel, this day at half past 2 O,Clock. Friends will please accept this intimation as a invitation

MERRILEES.
Taieri District.
Bio for Mr Alexander Merrilees.

MERSON.
Herald, 31st August 1923.
Obituary for John Edward Merson, Auckland.

MESSAGE.
Herald, 1960.
Ellen Elizabeth. On June 14th 1960, Late of Fiji, at a Private Hospital, dearly loved mother of Gladys (Mrs R P Rope, Helensvile), Thelma (Mrs Miller Auckland), Harold, Charlie and Jack, in her 80th year. A service will be held at Watney Sibuns Sons Chapel Newmarket at 2 30 pm, tomorrow Thursday. The funeral then leaving for Purewa Lawn Cemetery.

MESSENGER.
Herald, 17th April 1922.
Obituary for Colonel Messenger of Taranaki.

MESSENGER.
Weekly News, 1896.
At August 24th, at Queen Street, Auckland, Sarah, the beloved wife of R Messenger, aged 66 years. Deeply regretted.

MIDDLEMAS.
Southern Cross, 17th November 1862.
On the 14th inst, at Papakura, Mr J Middlemas, of Drury. The funeral will leave Drury, this day Monday at 3pm.

MIDGLEY.
Herald, 1st June 1940.
An elderly woman, Mrs Margaret Midgley, widow, aged 83 years, of 15 Waterview Road, Stanley Bay, Auckland, collapsed and died on the wharf, shortly before 4pm yesterday, while waiting for a ferry. No inquest will be held as Mrs Midgley had been under medical attention for some time. No other details.

MIDWOOD.
Weekly News, 2nd June 1937.
On May 28th, at Rotorua, George William, 23/518 (late Lord Liverpools own) dearly loved son of Thomas and Letitia Midwood and brother of Thomas Midwood amd Mrs P Fletcher, Auckland, age 40 years.

MILL.
Herald, 4th March 1865.
On March 3rd, at Altena Cottage, Remuera, James Mill, of Onehunga, eldest son of George Mill, late of Dollar, Perthshire, Scotland, in the 33nd year of his age. The funeral will leave Remuera at 4 pm, this day, Saturday. Friends are invited to attend- S L Goodall, Undertaker.

MILLER.
Weekly News, 1896.
On October 27th, at his parents residence, Clifton Road, Ponsonby, Edwin Stanley, beloved infant son of Thomas and Ida Miller, aged 5 months.

MILLER.
Weekly News, 1896.
On September 11th, at his late residence, Sale Street, Freemans Bay, John, the beloved husband of Ellen Miller, aged 80 years.

MILLER.
Southern Cross, 31st May 1859.
On Sunday the 29th instant, Ferdinand Albert, aged 2 years, second son of Mr A Miller. The funeral will leave the residence of his father, Durham Street, this afternoon at 3 O,Clock, Friends will please accept this invitation.

MILLER.
Southern Cross, 16th March 1855.
On the 14th instant, Jane, Wife of George Miller, Sergeant 58th Regiment, and daughter of George Marsh, Shopkeeper, High Street. The funeral will move from her fathers residence this day at half past 2 pm, friends are respectfully invited to attend.

MILLER.
Southern Cross, 13th September 1862.
On the 12th inst, at his residence, Cabbage Tree Road, Elizabeth, 4th daughter of Mr James Miller, age 5 years. The funeral will take place tomorrow, Sunday at 3 pm. Friends will please accept this invitation.

MILLER.
(See YOUNG).

MILLER.
Southern Cross, 3rd September 1862.
On the 1st inst, of Diptheria, Robert, 2nd son of Mr James Miller, of the Cabbage Tree Road, age 11 years. The funeral will leave this day at 3 O,Clock. Friends will please accept this invitation.

MILLER.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
James Miller of Houipapa. Contact me for details.

MILLER.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
Jim Miller of Napier. Contact me for details.

MILLER.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
A J T Miller of Houipapa. Contact me for details.

MILLER.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
C Miller of Mandeville. Contact me for details.

MILLER.
Weekly News, 22nd April 1915.
Henry, died on Sunday, an old resident of Auckland. Born 1846 at Gippsland, Victoria, arrived Otago 1863. Served on the East Coast and Wanganui during the Maori War. Gum merchant. Leaves a widow and grown-up family.

MILLIGAN.
Taieri District.
Bio for Mr William Milligan.

MILLIGAN.
Weekly News, 19th August 1915.
On the 13th of August 1915, at Auckland Hospital, John Cameron, beloved 2nd son of Anthony Milligan of Waikouiti, Otago, aged 44 years.

MILLS.
Herald, 1883.
On May 8th, Edward, the beloved and only son of Edward and Georgianna Maria Mills, aged 18 years.

MILLS.
D C Mills, Canterbury, 30th September 1915, WW1.

MILLS.
Southern Cross, 29th May 1857.
On the 27th instant, at her residence, Parnell, Mrs Ann Mills, aged 44, widow of the late John Isaac Mills, deeply regretted by a numerous circle of friends.

MILNE.
Otago Witness 13th January 1909.
On December 26th, 1908, at his residence, Queen Street, Levin. George, the beloved husband of Elizabeth Kate Milne, late of Gore aged 65 years.

MILNE.
Weekly News, 5th May 1937.
Rev W V Milne, killed by insane native, at Nguna.(more on this story)

MILNE.
Taieri District.
Bio for Mr James Milne.

MILNER.
Southern Cross, 24th May 1859.
Found drowned on the beach near Howick, on the 20th May, John Milner, age 28 years.

MINAHAN.
Herald, 1883.
On May 8th, at her late residence, the wife of the late John Minahan, aged 46 years.

MINCHAM.
Herald, 29th June 1925.
On June 26th at Auckland Hospital, William Thomas Mincham, Master Mariner, late teacher of navigation, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Mincham aged 72 years. At rest. Funeral will leave premises of T J McIVOR and Sons, Karangahape Road, today Monday, June 29th at 2pm. Private interment.

MITCHELL.
Weekly News, 8th April 1915.
On Monday afternoon, Henry Mitchell, a very old resident of the thermal district, died at Ohinemutu, in his 81st year. He came to Taupo in 1868 as surveyor and was native land purchase commissioner and negotiated the purchase of all the blocks acquired from the Arawas. He settled in Rotorua over 40 years ago.

MITCHELL.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
V Mitchell of Whangarei. Contact me for details.

MITCHELL.
Wounded at Gate Pa, Tauranga on 29th April 1864.
Andrew Mitchell, of the 12th Regiment aged 22 years. Gunshot wound to right arm, slight injury. No other details.

MITCHELL.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
H H Mitchell of Pukekohe. Contact me for details.

MITCHELL.
Herald 14th November 1894.
On November 12th, at the residence of his brother, James Cook Mitchell, on the property of Samuel Douglas, East Tamaki, Robert Mitchell aged 30 years.The funeral will leave his late residence, this day at 2 pm for the Otara Cemetery. Friends please accept his intimation. Home papers please copy.

MITCHELSON.
Southern Cross,1873.
On August 22nd, at his residence, Nelson Street, Mr Alexander Mitchelson, a faithful servant for 35 years in the employ of W S Grahame, age 62 years.

MITCHELSON.
Southern Cross, 28th June 1861.
On Tueday the 25th instant, Joanna, the wife of Mr Alex Michelson. The funeral will leave Nelson Street at 3 O,Clock this day, June 28th 1861.

MITFORD.
Southern Cross, 7th June 1859.
At Russell, on the 24th of May, Emma Mary, wife of George M Mitford.

MOGINIE.
Weekly News, 1896.
On July 21st at his late residence, "Kainga" Wooloowin, Bisbane, William Joseph Moginie, in his 39th year.

MOLLER.
Herald, 7th September 1923.
Obituary for Mrs Grace Moller, nee McIntyre, of Thames.

MONAGHAN.
Wounded at Gate Pa, Tauranga on 29th April 1864.
Pat Monaghan of the 12th Regiment, aged 23 years. Gunshot to the right thigh, severe. No other details.

MONK.
B H Monk, Wellington, 17th June 1915, WW1.

MONRAD.
Herald, August 1923.
Obituary for Mr Bigge Monrad, died Copenhagen, formerly of Manawatu.

MONSON.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
H J F Monson of Dunedin. Contact me for details.

MONTAGUE George.
Accident 3rd April 1914.
J H Monteith, Wellington, 30th September 1915, WW1.

MONTGOMERIE.
A W Montgomerie, Nelson, 30th September 1915, WW1.

MOONEY.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
John Mooney of Dunedin. Contact me for details.

MOORE.
D H Moore, Canterbury, 30th September 1915, WW1.

MOORE.
Weekly News, 28th September 1916.
G W Moore, Gisborne.

MOORE.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 14th June 1922.
On June 13th, at his late residence, 12 Naroma Road, John Ernest, dearly beloved husband of Margaret E Moore, aged 69 years. Private interment. Contact me for Obituary.

MORGAN.
Herald, 15th April 1922.
Obituary for John David Morgan of Cambridge. Contact me.

MORGAN.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
E S Morgan of Levin. Contact me for details.

MORGAN.
Weekly News, 25th October 1944.
K F Morgan of Auckland. Contact me for details.

MORRIS.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 16th June 1922.
On June 15th 1922, James, dearly beloved husband of Louie Morris, of Brentwood Ave, Auckland. At rest. Loved by all. Funeral leaves Hospital at 2 pm.

MORRIS.
The New Zealand Times, 1919.
Divorce, Ellen and James.

MORRIS.
July 12th, 1924.
On July 6th, Daniel Leonard, dearly beloved husband of Marion Morris, 14 Melford Street, after a short and painful illness. Inserted by his loving wife.

MORRISON.
Info on Morrison family of Port Robinson, Cheviot. 1896. (22)

MORRISON.
Herald, 17 August 1866.
On the 26th July last, at the Central Schoolhouse, Waipu, after a lingering and painful illness, Margaret, the beloved wife of K Morrison, Teacher. Home papers please copy.

MORRISON.
Weekly News, 1896.
On October 28th, at Langholm, Mt Albert, Archibald Morrison, in his 82nd year, formerly of Greenock, Scotland.

MOSES.
Weekly News, 1896.
On November 27th 1896, at her late residence, Upper Symonds Street, Dina, dearly loved wife of Simeon Moses, aged 32 years.

MOTION.
Herald, 18th August 1866.
On the 17th inst, William Robert Alexander, youngest son of Mr William Motion, age 6 years. The funeral will leave his fathers residence, "New Mill" on Sunday next, 19th inst, at half past 2 o,clock pm. Friends are respectfully requested to attend.

MOTUEKA.
Volunteers in camp at Nelson. 1914

MOULD.
Weekly News, 1896.
On September 25th, at Pineview, Maungaturoto, after a long and painful illness, Eliza the dearly bel wife of John Mould, aged 56 years. Deeply regretted.

MOWBRAY.
Weekly News, 1896.
On Sunday, October 4th at Manukau Rd, Parnell, Margaret Mure, the beloved wife of John Marshall Mowbray, in her 74th year.

MOWBRAY.
Weekly News, 1896.
On October 20th, at Manukau Road, Parnell, John Marshall Mowbray, late of Edinburgh, in his 84th year.

MOWAT.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
Walter J Mowatt of Mataura. Contact me for details.

MOYLE.
Otago Witness, 18th October 1916.
R A Moyle of Tapanui. Contact me for details.

MUDIE.
Herald, 23rd August 1923.
Obituary for Mr P Mudie, of Wellington.

MUIR.
Herald, 2nd August 1866.
On July 31st, Catherine Ann, wife of Mr A Muir, HM Customs, age 22 years. The funeral will leave her late address, Alma Street, near the head of the Roman Catholic Cemetery, this day, Wednesday, at 4 o,clock.

MUIR.
Herald, 26th September 1940.
Obituary for Mrs Margaret, of Alfriston, South Auckland.

MUIR.
H J Muir, Canterbury, 30th September 1915, WW1.

MUIRHEAD.
Otago Witness, 27th February 1858.
At Princes Street, Dunedin, on the 22nd February, Jane Warren, eldest Daughter of Mr John MUIRHEAD, lately of Alva, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

MULCAHY.
John Mulcahy, Wellington, 30th September 1915, WW1.

MULDROCK.
George Muldrock, Wellington, 17th June 1915, WW1.

MUNN.
Weekly News, 1896.
Memorial, In loving rememberence of my dear wife, Elizabeth Ellen Munn, who died July 6th 1895, inserted by her loving husband, David Hogg Munn.

MUNRO.
Info on Hector Munro of Spotswood, Cheviot. 1896. (22)

MURGATROYD.
Micky and Beryl, Cheviot District, McKenzie School Pupils, 1915.

MURPHY.
Weekly News, 1896.
On November 3rd, at Flat Bush, Emma, 4th daughter of Mrs Bellingham, Apple Farm.

MURPHY.
The New Zealand Times, 1919.
Divorce, John and Adelaide.

MURPHY.
Weekly News, 25th October 1944.
J A Murphy of Auckland. Contact me for details.

MURRAY.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 17th June 1922.
On June 16th 1922, at Kohimarama, Auckland, Ronald Graham Wilson, infant son of Mr and Mrs T W Murray, of Kohimarama, Ayre and Glasgow, Scotland.

MURRAY.
Weekly News, 1896.
On October 22nd, at his sons residence, Waitekauri, John Murray, late of Mt Stuart, Otago, in his 73rd year.

MURRAY.
Weekly News, 1896.
On Wednesday, August 12th, at Mokau, John Napier Murray, aged 27, eldest son of John Mitchell and Georgea Hannah Dorothea Murray.

MURROW.
Napier District.
Murrow family, in 1879.

MYERS.
Weekly News, 1896.
On October 31st, suddenly, at the Imperial Hotel, Henry S Myers, of Sydney, New South Wales, aged 49 years. New South Wales paper please copy.