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DEERY Died3rd October 1858, Michael Deery, drowned while in a state of intoxification, aged about 30 years. Informant - T. M. Philson, M.D. , Coroner.

DEERY Died 5th August 1879, Henry Deery, Pensioner.

DEERY Died 25th September 1880 at Parnell, David Deery, ropemaker, of Pulmonary consumption 7 years, aged 34 years. Last seen by Dr Wright 25th September 1880. Born Fermoy, Ireland, son of Henry Deery, Government messenger, and Catherine Curten, in New Zealand about 30 years.
Informant - C. H. Smith, brother in law, of Parnell.

DEERY Died 8th April 1896 at Parnell, Catherine Deery, female, of senile decay and syncope, aged 78 years. Last seen by Dr Wright 8th April 1896. Born Limerick, Ireland, daughter of David Curten, soldier, and Margaret ....., in New Zealand 48 years. Married Ireland at 16 to Henry Deery. Male issue living - aged 55, 40, 33. Female issue living - aged 61, 47, 36.

DEERY On April 8, 1896, at her residence, Eglington Street, Parnell, Catherine, relict of the late Mr Henry Deery, aged 78 years. R.I.P. The funeral will leave her late residence for Symonds Street Cemetery tomorrow (Friday) at 3 o'clock. Friends are respectfully invited to attend.
New Zealand Herald Thursday 9th April 1896.

DEERY Died 27th June 1919 at Eglington Street, Parnell, Samuel Henry Deery, labourer, aged 79 years. Born Jersey, son of Samuel Henry Deery, soldier,and Catherine ..... (should read Curten), in New Zealand about 70 years. Buried Wikaraka Cemetery with John Augustus Deery who died 24th June 1915. Funeral account to be sent to Mr Deery, 33 Cheshire Street, Parnell.

DEERY On April 10, 1921, at his late residence, No. 33 Cheshire Street, Parnell, William Richard Deery, dearly beloved husband of Jane Deery, aged 72 years. Requiem Mass and interment afterwards at Waikaraka Cemetery.
New Zealand Herald Friday 15th April 1921.

DEERY On February 10, 1936, at the Auckland Hospital, Jane, dearly beloved wife of the late William Richard Deery,, of 33 Cheshire Street, Parnell and loved mother of Arthur, samuel, Mrs Edwards and Mrs Wharfe, in her 82nd year. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St John's Church, Parnell at 9 a.m. Wednesday, funeral leaving after Mass for Waikaraka Cemetery.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 11th February 1936.

SIR GEORGE SEYMOUR, 867 ton barque, left Gravesend 12 Aug 1847, arrived in Auckland on 26
Nov 1847.

Sir George Seymour passengers were fencibles from London, England with a few of County Cork,
Ireland.

Major John Gray (Grey), 40th Regt (commandant RNZ Fencibles) commanded the 4th Detachment of pensioners
of the Sir George Seymour, most of whom settled in Howick.
Banan, John 1814 SCT - 1852 Howick Should have said Barron
Banan, Elizabeth (remarried) nee Deery
Banan, 3 children
Deery, Henry 1796 QNS IRE - 1879 Parnell
Deery, Catherine (Curtain) 1818 FRMY IRE - 1896 Parnell
Deery, 4 children

Most Noble Anchorage - Russell & the Bay Of Islands (NEW ZEALANDS FIRST CAPITAL)

Deery, James 1890

Funeral Notices

DEERY.
Herald, 11th February 1936.
On February 10th, 1936, at the Auckland Hosp, Jane, dearly beloved wife of the late William Richard Deery, of 33 Cheshire Street, Parnell and loved mother of Arthur, Samuel, Mrs Edwards and Mrs Wharfe, in her 82nd year. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St John's Church, Parnell at 9 am, Wednesday, funeral leaving after Mass for Waikaraka Cemetery.

 

BICYCLE LICENSES 1936-1948

DEERY, Godfrey Master 10 Cameron Street 14

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