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Epitaphs:

Haleigh Church, Suffolk

To free me from domestic strife Death called at my house but he spoke to my wife. Susan, wife of David Pattison, lies here, October 19th, 1706 Stop, reader, and if not in a hurry, shed a tear.

1845

BEATTY At Waikato on 11th July 1845, from wounds received at the assault on  the pah of Heke,  the rebel chief, Edward Beatty Esq, Lieut., HM’s 99th Regt, second  son of D Beatty Esq of Heathfield, Co.Wexford, Ireland. This gallant young officer  was highly esteemed and is most deeply regretted  by his brother officers.

BROWN At Tauranga, on Sunday 14th September 1845 in the fourteenth year of  his age, Alfred Marsh, only son of the Ven Archdeacon BROWN [NZ’er 4 Oct 1845]

CLARKE At Kaitaia on 27 Nov 1845, aged 28 yrs, Jane, eldest daughter of Mr James Brown,  Princes Street, Edinburgh, w/o Mr K S Clarke of Glendhure, Sutherlandshire, North Britain.

CLEGHORN On 24th June 1845, Janet, wife of Mr Thomas Cleghorn of the Tamaki, a truly  excellent lady of most unaffected exemplary piety. [NZ’er 28 June 1845]

DUDLEY On 20th Nov 1845, at the residence of the Bishop of New Zealand, Elizabeth, wife  of the Rev William Charles Dudley. [NZ’er 27 Nov 1845]

MITFORD On 16 ?Aug 1845, at Clontarf, Dublin, Bertram Mitford Esq LLD [NZ’er 30  Aug 1845]

MORRIS On Friday 19 November 1845, Joseph Morris, Surgeon, late of the firm of Conway  & Morris, aged 35 years. [NZ’er 27 Nov 1845]

SKEVINGTON On Sunday evening, 22 Nov 1845, the Rev John Skevington, Wesleyan  Minister. [Arr. NZ 1841 - NZ’er 27 Nov 1845]

WHITE On Tuesday, 14th October 1845, at her son in law’s house, Mr Commissary Spain,  at the Tamaki, North Auckland, New Zealand, Dame Anne White, relict of Sir Henry White,  formerly of Portsmouth, Hampshire, Knight. [NZ’er 18 Oct 1845]  Lady White, at an advanced  period of her life, accompanied Mr Spain and his family in the Prince Rupert on their voyage  to NZ which vessel was wrecked at the Cape of Good Hope, when this lady showed the greatest  coolness and resignation amidst the most appalling dangers. During her residence in NZ she  was always first to combat and smile at the many inconveniences that must, of necessity,  consistently occur in all new countries. She passed almost imperceptibly from life to death  at the advanced age of 78 years. The whole state of her well spent life was to  assist and do good unto her fellow creatures.

1846

APPLEYARD On Sunday 12th July 1846 at his residence, Auckland, Henry William Appleyard  Esq, youngest son of the late Richard Langley Appleyard of Lincoln’s Inn and Montague Street,  Russell Square, London. [NZ’er 18 July 1846]

BOURNE On the 8th September 1846 at the residence of his relative, Mr Conry, Solicitor, Master  William Bourne, aged 14 years, only son of Mr William Bourne, Engineer, formerly of Sydney.  [NZ’er 12 Sept 1846]

CRETNAY Yesterday morning, Friday 20 February 1846, at her residence, Queen Street, after  a lingering illness, Margaret the beloved wife of Mr H R Cretnay, aged 30 years. [NZ’er 21 Feb 1846]

FALWASSER On Saturday 24th January 1846, Mr Henry Falwasser, late Editor of the  ‘Auckland Times’ [NZ’er 31 Jan 1846]

HALLAMORE On Sunday 22 February 1846, Samuel Williams, only son of Mr T C  Hallamore, aged 5 months. [NZ’er 7 March 1846]

LANE On his passage from Australia to England on the 18th July 1846, Lt Dennys Lane of  HM Ship North Star, aged 31 years. [NZ'er 17 April 1847]

WILSON On 4th March 1846 at Vavau in the Friendly Islands, after an illness of several  months, Rev Francis Wilson, Wesleyan Missionary. [NZ’er 13 June 1846]

WOON At Official Bay, John Fletcher, infant son of Rev W Woon, Wesleyan Minister, aged  4 weeks 6 days. [NZ’er 28 March 1846]

1847

BLACKETT On the 23rd August 1847, at St George’s Bay, Auckland, Maria, wife of John  Blackett Esq, in the 33rd year of her age. [NZ'er 25 Aug 1847]

BUSBY At Bay of Islands, on the 16th February 1847, Agnes, youngest child of James &  Agnes Busby, aged 4 years. [NZ'er 27 Feb 1847]

CHURCHILL At Kaitotehe on Monday 11 October 1847, of disease of the heart, Benjamin,  only son of Mr B Ashwell, Church Missionary, aged 9 years. [NZ'er 6 Nov 1837]

GOODMAN NOPS On their passage to England in the Driver, steamer, J G Nops Esq, late  master of HMS Racecourse, on 11th February 1847, also Mr Goodman, Carpenter of the said  ship, on 5th March 1847.

LANGFORD On Monday 8th February 1847 at Albert Cottage, Louisa, daughter of Mr J  A Langford, aged 4 months. [NZ'er 30 Jan 1847]

MILLER Mr Frederick Miller, late of Wakatumutumu, Catechist in connection with the  Wesleyan Mission, who departed this life on 8th December 1847 aged 29 years. He died  happily, experiencing the allusions of that faith which when living he diligently endeavoured  to promote, leaving a wife and four children to deplore their loss. [NZ'er 22 Jan 1848]

MORGAN On Monday evening, 21st June 1847, at Kaitotehe, Waikato River, Alfred Henry,  infant son of Mr J Morgan, Otawhao, aged 2 months. [NZ'er 26 June 1847]

NOPS On their passage to England in the Driver, steamer, J G Nops Esq, late master of  HMS Racecourse, on 11th February 1847, also Mr GOODMAN, Carpenter of the said ship,  on 5th March 1847.

PILKINGTON On Friday, the 10th September 1847, Mr Pilkington, late Barrack Sergeant  at Auckland. His remains were interred with military honours on Sunday last. [NZ'er 15 Sept  1947]

RUSSELL On Thursday 4 November 1847 at Auckland, Mary, wife of Thomas F Russel,  builder, after a lingering illness, aged 36 years. [NZ'er 63rd Regt Nov 1847]

SPICER On the 10th September 1847, at General Hospital, Sydney, after a long and painful  illness which he bore with Christian fortitude, Mr Thomas Spicer, late of New Zealand.  [NZ'er 9 Oct 1847]

STARRAT On Thursday morning 25th March 1847, at the Royal Hotel, Asst Surgeon Starrat,  HM Steamship Inflexible. [NZ'er 27 Mar 1847]

WALKER At Albert-street, Auckland, on 25th August 1847, Jane Wilson, aged 27 years,  wife of John Walker Esq, and fifth daughter of William Wilson Esq, of Campbellfield,  Lanarkshire and Woodlands, Argyle, Scotland. [NZ'er 28 Aug 1847]

1848

ASHER On Wednesday 21 June 1848, at his parents residence, Shortland-street, Benjamin,  only child of Asher and Hannah ASHER, aged 15 months.

COLMAN At sea aboard the ‘St George’, 26th May 1848, William Avery Colman Esq, late  of Sydney, aged 35 yrs. [NZ'er 1 Nov 1848]

DUNBRICK On 17 June 1848, at Mokau, Archibald William Dunbrick, in his 29th year.  [NZ'er 19 July 1848]

FORD On Wednesday 4 October 1848, at 8 o’clock a.m., in Queen Street, of scarlet fever,  Ellen Charlotte, eldest daughter of Samuel & Martha Ford, aged 4 years. [NZ'er 7 Oct 1848]

FORD On Saturday 7 October 1848, at 5 o’clock p.m., of croup combined with scarlet fever,  Alfred Randall, youngest son of Samuel & Martha Ford, aged 2 years. ‘Of such is the Kingdom  of Heaven’. [NZ'er 11 Oct 1848]

FORD At his father’s residence, Queen-street, on the night of Thursday 12th October 1848,  of scarlet fever, John Wilcox Ford, aged 12 years, eldest son of Dr S H & Martha Ford. [NZ'er  14 Oct 1848]

FORD At the Tamaki, on Wednesday 1st November 1848, at 1 a.m., Samuel Ford, fourth  son of Dr & Mrs Ford, aged 63rd Regt years. [NZ'er 4 Nov 1848]

GORRIE On Thursday 21st September 1848, of water in the chest, Margaret Johnston,  fourth daughter of William Gorrie, Shortland-street, aged 6 years. [NZ'er 23 Sept 1848]

GRAY On Tuesday morning 26th November 1848, Mary Anne Gray, aged 12 years, youngest  daughter of the late Mr W Gray, Armagh, Ireland, and step-daughter of Mr Thos. Clark,  Chancery-street. [NZ'er 29 Nov 1848]

HAY On Monday 18th September 1848, after a short but painful illness, in the 30th year of  his age, Lt A M’Leod Hay, 58th Regt, eldest son of the late Col Hay of Westerton, Morayshire.  This officer served with his Regiment during the operations in the north and south of New  Zealand and died universally lamented by his brother officers. [NZ'er 20 Sep 1848]

HUNT At Vewa, Feejee, on 4th October 1848, the lady of John Hunt, Wesleyan Missionary,  Feejee District, aged 36 yrs. [NZ'er 7 Feb 1849]

JACKSON On Friday morning, 28th July 1848, at his residence, Auckland, John Jackson  Esq, MD, Col.Surgeon and Coroner of this District, aged 54 years. Much lamented by the  inhabitants. [NZ'er 29 July 1848]

KENNY On Friday 22nd September 1848, at St George’s Bay, Catherine Frances, infant  daughter of Capt Kenny, Staff Officer of the Pensioners, aged two months. [NZ'er 27 Sept  1848]

LANGFORD On Monday 19th June 1848, Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of J A Langford, aged  8 yrs. [NZ'er 21 June 1848]

LANGFORD On Sunday 16th July 1848, Harriet, daughter of Mr J A Langford, aged 5 years.  [NZ'er 19 July 1848

LANGFORD On 19th July 1848, Edward Richard, son of J A Langford, aged 3 years.  [NZ'er 22 July 1848]

LILLEWALL On Sunday 3 September 1848, John Walter, infant son of Capt Lillewall,  aged 9 months. [NZ'er 9 Sept 1848]

MARTIN 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. [NZ'er 21 April 1849]

MEARS On the 8th June 1848, the infant son of Mr A Mears, Shortland-street. [NZ'er 14  June 1848]

REAY At Waiapu, East Cape, Friday 31st March 1848, the Rev Charles L Reay, MA [NZ'er  19 April 1848]

WHYTLAW At Penang in February 1848, John Whytlaw Esq, formerly of this Colony. [NZ'er  11 Oct 1848]

YOUNG On Monday 20th March 1848, Frederick Winter, youngest son of William Young Esq  of HM Customs, aged 3yrs 7mths.

1849

ARNEY At sea, on 11th March 1849, on board the ship Kelso, Cecil Augusta, only child of  Major C A Arney, 58th Regt. [NZ'er 27 Oct 1849]

ATKINS At his residence, Parnell near Auckland, on Wednesday 25th April 1849, after ten  days suffering from acute dysentery, Thoms Ringrose Atkyns Esq., JP, Inspector of Armed  Police, in the 39th year of his age. Capt Atkyns was married to Susanna Augusta, third  daughter of the late Col. Green of Kilmainham Castle in the County of Tipperary and has  left his widow with four young children to lament their loss. [NZ'er 28 April 1849]

BUCKMAN On Wednesday 26th December 1849, after a long and painful illness, Joanna,  wife of Mr Thomas Woodward Buckman, of Wyndham-street. [NZ'er 29 Dec 1849]

EDGELEY On Saturday 9th June 1849, after a short illness, Mr John Edgeley of the Epsom- road, aged 35 yrs. [NZ'er 13 June 1849]

GILCHRIST At Sydney on Thursday evening 1st November 1849, Mary Gilchrist, the  beloved wife of Capt Jasper Creagh, late 86th Regt and daughter of Samuel Auchinleck  Esq of Antigua, West Indies. [NZ'er 1 Dec 1849]

LIGAR On Saturday 21st April 1849, Mary Charlotte, second daughter of C W Ligar Esq.,  Surveyor-General, aged 5 yrs. [NZ'er 25 April 1849]

LIGAR On Tuesday evening, 24th April 1849, Charles Edward, eldest son of C W Ligar Esq.,  Surveyor-General, aged 11 yrs. [NZ'er 28 April 1849]

MAUNSELL On 27th February 1849 at Waikato Heads, the son of the Rev R Maunsell,  aged 1 year. [NZ'er 7 March 1849]

M’DONALD On 22nd July 1949 at his residence in Fore-street, Mr William M’Donald

PANTON On Wednesday evening 13th December 1849, after a long and painful illness,  Agnes Hoyes, aged 15 months, second daughter of Rev Geo. Panton, Free Presbyterian  Church, Auckland. [NZ'er 16 Feb 1850]

PREECE Suddenly, at the Mission Station, Ahikereru, 27th August 1849, Charles Thomas,  sixth son of Mr J Preece, aged 1 yr 10 mths. [NZ'er 27 Oct 1849]

SCOTT On 4th January 1849, Mr Archibald Scott, aged 32 yrs. [NZ'er 10 Jan 1849]

SHARP At his residence in Mechanics Bay, on 2nd February 1849, Mr Archibald Sharp,  ship-builder, aged 48 yrs. [NZ'er 3 Feb 1849]

TURTON On 21st October 1849 at the Mission House, New Plymouth, Susanna, the wife  of the Rev M Manson Turton, leaving four sons with their bereaved father to lament her  loss. Pious and useful in life, she was peaceful and happy in death, leaving the fairest  assurance behind that she is now triumphant in glory. [We understand that a sermon to  improve this dispensation of Providence will be preached in the Wesleyan Chapel in this  town on Sunday evening next by the Rev Thomas Buddle. - Ed.] [NZ'er 7 Nov 1849]

WALLACE At the Tamaki, on 16th May 1849, Robert, fourth son of Mr Archd. Wallace,  Blacksmith of the same place. [NZ'er 19 May 1849]

1850

O’CONNELL At Wellington on 18th August 1850, after a short illness, in his 56th year, Capt  Richard O’Connell, HM 65th Regt of Foot. Native of Ennis, Ireland. Served in the 42nd Regt  during the Peninsular War and was severely wounded at the taking of Badajoz. He arrived in  New Zealand 1846 and took part in the operations against Rangihaeta in the Horowiki Valley.  He was buried with Military Honours, Col Gold officiating. [NZ'er 21 Sept 1850]

ADAMSON At the Tamaki, on 29th March 1850, Mrs Adamson, the wife of Mr Adamson, within  ten minutes of her 45th year. [NZ'er 30 March 1850

BRIDGES At the Parsonage, Onehunga, on Wednesday 18th September 1850, Mary Anne,  youngest child of the Rev A G Bridges, aged four & a half months. [NZ'er 21 Sept 1850]

CONRY At his residence, Lower Queen-street, Auckland, Thomas Edward Conry Esq, Solicitor,  aged ?39 yrs. [NZ'er 17 April 1850]

DENNY At Queen’s, of apoplexy, on 4th June 1850, Major Denny, 19th Regt of Foot, commanded  Light Company of the 58th Regt during the native dissipations at the Bay of Islands. [NZ'er 28  Dec 1850]

MARLOW At Kilkenny on Monday 10th June 1850, after a very short illness, much regretted,  the lady of Major Marlow, Commanding Royal Engineers, Kilkenny District. [NZ'er 19 Oct 1850]

MARTIN At sea on board the Sir Edward Paget, on 10th December 1850, Mrs Janet Martin, late  of Wigtonshire, Galloway, Scotland, aged 54 years. [NZ'er 21 Dec 1850]

MATSON At Brookside on Sunday 17th March 1850, after a painful illness, Isabel, beloved wife  of Major Matson and only daughter of Baron de Thierry, aged 22 yrs, most sincerely lamented.  [NZ'er 20 March 1850]

SPENCER At the Church Mission Station, Tararua, on 26th July 1850, Celestine Alma, aged  6 months, youngest daughter of Rev S M Spencer. [NZ'er 21 Aug 1850]

TATTERSALL On Monday morning, aged 41 yrs, at his residence Shortland-street, Mr William  Tattersall, formerly of Manchester. His remains were yesterday followed to the burying-ground  by a large number of his townsmen who appreciated his worth. [NZ'er 10 April 1850]

TUCKER On Monday 26th August 1850, at his residence, Woodland Villa, nr Auckland, Henry  Tucker Esq., Purser in the Royal Navy, aged 57 yrs. [NZ'er 28 Aug 1850]

VERNON At Manukau, on 4th June 1850, William George Vernon, aged 28 yrs, son of late  Capt William Vernon, Ayrshire, Scotland. [NZ'er 8 June 1850] 1851

BENT At the Benevolent Asylum, Sydney, on 26th August 1851, Mr Andrew Bent, printer, aged  55 years, formerly of Van Diemen’s Land. [NZ’er 20 Sept 1851]

BERREY On Monday last, 6th January 1851, at Fort-street, Mr Christopher Berrey, aged 51 yrs.  [NZ’er 8 January 1851] BOVAIRD On Friday last at the residence of her parents, Wakefield-street, Susanna Jane,  daughter of Mr William Bovaird, aged 5 years. [NZ’er 22 Feb 1851]

BROOKS On Friday 3rd inst., at the Colonial Hospital, Mr James Brooks, late of Hobart  Town, aged 25 years. [NZ’er 8 Oct 1851]

BENT At the Benevolent Asylum, Sydney, on 26th August 1851, Mr Andrew Bent, printer,  aged 55 years, formerly of Van Diemen’s Land. [NZ’er 20 Sept 1851]

BERREY On Monday last, 6th January 1851, at Fort-street, Mr Christopher Berrey, aged  51 yrs. [NZ’er 8 January 1851]

BOVAIRD On Friday last at the residence of her parents, Wakefield-street, Susanna Jane,  daughter of Mr William Bovaird, aged 5 years. [NZ’er 22 Feb 1851]

BROOKS On Friday 3rd inst., at the Colonial Hospital, Mr James Brooks, late of Hobart  Town, aged 25 years. [NZ’er 8 Oct 1851]

CHERRY On the 24th November 1851. At Waikato Heads, Susan Cherry, wife of Rev Robert  Maunsell. [NZ’er 1 Nov 1851]

DICKSON On Monday 6th October 1851, at Onehunga near Auckland, by a fall from his  horse, Charles Dickson Esq., son of the late Major General Sir Jeremiah Dickson, KCB.  [NZ’er 11 Oct 1851]

DUNNELL On Monday evening last, at his residence, Queen-street, Mr Frederick Charles  Dunnell, aged 38 years. [NZ’er 12 February 1851]

FAIRBURN At Tamaki Grove (the residence of her brother, Mr F C Lewis) on the 11th inst.,  Matilda Jane, wife of Mr John Fairburn, Otahuhu. [NZ’er 13 Dec 1851]

GEDDES At Epsom near Auckland, by a fall from his horse, Alexander Geddes Esq., of  Waihihi late of Kincardinshire, Scotland, aged 39 years. Presbyterian Burying Ground.  [NZ’er 30 April 1851]

LYND At his residence Chapel-street, on Wednesday evening, the 24th September 1851,  aged 53 years, Lieut Robert Lynd, Barrack Master, of Auckland. [NZ’er 27 Sept 1851]

MEURANT On Saturday November 1st 1851 at his residence, Parnell, Auckland, Mr  Edward Meurant, aged 49 years. [NZ’er 5 Nov 1851]

OSBORNE On his passage from Manila to Liverpool, Mr Edward Osborne, master of the  ship Reliance. [NZ’er 30 August 1851]

OSBORNE On the 10th September 1851 at his residence in Fort-street, after a long and  painful  illness, Mr Thomas C Osborne, aged 34 years. [NZ’er 13 Sept 1851]

PARKER On Friday last, 10th January 1851, Hariett, daughter of Mr W Parker, Freeman’s  Bay, aged 16 months. [NZ’er 11 January 1851]

PAUL At Wellington on 15th July, aged 53 years, Thomas Paul Esq., late Quarter Master of  HM 65th Regt. [NZ’er 27 August 1851]

PEACOCKE In Princes-street on 16th July 1851, of the croup, Ellen Louisa, youngest daughter  of Mrs E A Peacocke, aged 2 years. [NZ’er 19th July 1851]

QUIGGAN On Tuesday last, 16th December 1851, at the residence of his stepson Mr George  Hunter, Queen-street, Thomas Quiggan aged 63 years, a subscribing member of the IOOFMU  for 24 yrs before leaving England. [NZ’er 17 Dec 1851]

ROBERTSON On the 6th May 1851, at the residence of his son in law Mr Taylor, Freeman’s  Bay, Mr Walter Robertson, of Auckland, Architect, aged 48 years, after a sudden illness of only  30 hours. [NZ’er 7 May 1851]

GREGORY Died at Auckland on the 26th March 1851 after a long illness, Henry Mark, eldest  son of Mark Gregory Esq of London and Hornsey, in the County of Middlesex, aged 26 years.  [NZ’er 29 March 1851]

1852 BAILEY On Monday the 26th April 1852, after a protracted illness, Mr George Bailey, Queen- street and late of Hobart Town, aged 34 years. IOOFMU. [NZ’er 28 April 1852] BOLTON At Wahapu on 24th May 1852, five days after her confinement of a stillborn child,  Elizabeth Jane, the beloved wife of Colour Serjeant William Bolton, 58th Regt., aged 18 years.  [NZ’er 29 May 1852]

BOURNE On 7th November 1852, at her residence Bourke-street, Wooloomooloo, after a short  but painful illness aged 25 years, Agnes, beloved wife of William Soole Jnr and eldest daughter  of the late Walter Robertson of Auckland.

BOYLAN On 2nd February 1852, Maria Louisa, infant daughter of Mr & Mrs Boylan. [NZ’er  4 Feb 1852]

BULLER At Wesley College on 15th September 1852, James Martin, eldest son of Rev James  Buller, Kaipara, aged 16. [NZ’er 18 Sept 1852]

CLIFTON At Auckland on 26th May 1852, Serjeant Major William Clifton, 58th Regt. SM Clifton  has been upwards of 12 years in the Regiment and served at Ruapekapeka and in the campaign in  the North of New Zealand with credit to himself. His death is deeply lamented by the officers and  the whole of his Regiment. [NZ’er 29 May 1852]

CONNELL On Friday 20th August 1852, infant daughter of W Connell Esq., aged 7 days. [NZ’er  21 August 1852]

CONWAY On 16th September 1852, at his residence West Queen-street, Mr John Conway. [NZ’er  18 Sept 1852]

FITZROY In London on 9th April 1852, Mary Henrietta, wife of Capt Robert Fitzroy, R.N.,  formerly Governor of New Zealand. [NZ’er 7 August 1852]

FORD At Russell, Bay of Islands, on Monday 6th September 1852, Maria Christiana, beloved  daughter of Samuel and Martha FORD. [NZ’er 15 Sept 1852]

GALWAY At Hobart Town on 9th August 1852, Mr Edward Joseph Galway, Compositor, aged  6 years. The deceased was for many years employed at the ‘Monitor’ Office, Sydney and at the  ‘Courier’ Office, Hobart Town. He has left a wife and four children to lament their loss. [NZ’er  25 Sept 1852]

GRAHAME At the Glebe, Sydney, on 31st October 1852, John Grahame Esq, aged 35 yrs.  [NZ’er 10 Nov 1852]

HAMILTON At the Colonial Hospital, yesterday, Alexander Hamilton, blacksmith, late of  Auckland. [NZ’er 31 March 1852]

HAMILTON On 14th October 1852, Elizabeth, beloved wife of Mr Francis Hamilton, late  residence Wahu. [NZ’er 16 Oct 1852]

INCHES At Remuera on Sunday morning, Mr James Nairne Inches, a member of a respectable  family in Perthshire and an old colonist here. His illness was very short as he was in town at  the Sabbath School Festival on Thursday and attended the religious services at the Scotch  Church on that morning and during the hours of recreation in the Government Domain. He  was taken ill on that night but seemed better on Saturday; next morning, however, he became  worse and was soon no more. [NZ’er 4 Feb 1852]

IRELAND On the 14th January 1852, of enlargement of the liver and heart, at her residence in  Shortland-street, Mrs Ireland, the wife of Mr John Ireland of Auckland. The deceased was the  daughter of Capt Macdonnell, 64th Regt and grand-niece of the Right Hon. Henry Flood,  Speaker in the Irish House of Commons. [NZ’er 17 Jan 1852]

LEIGH On Wednesday 3rd November 1852 after a short illness, Eliza Leigh, third daughter  of Mr Francis White, aged 15 years. [NZ’er 6 Nov 1852]

LOCHEAD On Tuesday 10th August 1852, at her residence, Wakefield-street, Elizabeth Lochead,  widow of the late James Lochead. [NZ’er 10 August 1852]

MACKENZIE On Monday 1st November 1852, Mr William Mackenzie, Druggist, Shortland- street, aged 48 years. Mr Mackenzie was a native of Scotland but an old, respected and  industrious colonist and generally esteemed by his friends and acquaintances. Although he  had been for some time in delicate health, his death was almost sudden as on the previous day  he had been able to attend services at his usual place of worship, the Scotch Church. He had  acquired, it is said, considerable property but he has died intestate and has left no relatives in  this neighbourhood or nearer than Adelaide where we believe his sister resides. The funeral  will move from the residence of Mr Alexander Dingwall, West Queen-street, this afternoon  at 3 o’clock. [NZ’er 3 Nov 1852]

MEARNS At sea, in May 1852, aged 25, Mr William A Mearns, Commander of the Jane, only  son of Mr A Mearns, Montrose, Forfarshire. [NZ’er 8 Sept 1852]

M’VAY At his residence Freemans Bay, on Wednesday 1st December 1852, Mr John M’Vay,  aged 39 years. [NZ’er 4 Dec 1852]

PALMER On 18th November 1852 at Kawhia, in the 17th year of her age, Matilda Selina, second  daughter of Mr Palmer, Parnell, Auckland. [NZ’er 11 Dec 1852]

PLUMMER On 28th August 1852, Charles John, infant son of William Plummer Esq.  [NZ’er 1 Sept 1852]

REES On Friday morning, 17th September 1852, at his residence, Queen-street, Mr Robert  Rees, aged 51 years. [NZ’er 18 Sept 1852]

RUTHERFORD At Remuera on Sunday 31st October 1852, Robert, eldest son of James Rutherford,  aged 8 years. [NZ’er 3 Nov 1852]

SOOLE On 7th November 1852 at her residence Bourke-street, Wooloomooloo, after a short  but painful illness, aged 25 years, Agnes, beloved wife of William Soole Jnr and eldest daughter  of the late Walter Robertson of Auckland. [NZ’er 18 Dec 1852]

SPEIRS At her residence, Chapel-street, on Saturday 22nd May 1852, after a short illness of  three weeks, Mary Speirs, wife of John Commons, aged 24 years. [NZ’er 26 May 1852 & 29 May  1852]

STOKES At Wellington on Sunday 1 August 1852 at Te Aro, after a protracted illness, Margaret,  the beloved wife of Robert Stokes Esq., proprietor of the ‘Wellington Spectator’. [NZ’er 8 Sept 1852]

LANGFORD On 19th July 1848, Edward Richard, son of J A Langford, aged 3 years. [NZ'er  22 July 1848]

LILLEWALL On Sunday 3 September 1848, John Walter, infant son of Capt Lillewall, aged  9 months. [NZ'er 9 Sept 1848]

MARTIN 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. [NZ'er 21 April 1849]

MEARS On the 8th June 1848, the infant son of Mr A Mears, Shortland-street. [NZ'er 14 June  1848]

REAY At Waiapu, East Cape, Friday 31st March 1848, the Rev Charles L Reay, MA [NZ'er 19  April 1848]

WHYTLAW At Penang in February 1848, John Whytlaw Esq, formerly of this Colony. [NZ'er  11 Oct 1848]

YOUNG On Monday 20th March 1848, Frederick Winter, youngest son of William Young Esq  of HM Customs, aged 3yrs 7mths. 1852

BAILEY On Monday the 26th April 1852, after a protracted illness, Mr George Bailey, Queen- street and late of Hobart Town, aged 34 years. IOOFMU. [NZ’er 28 April 1852]

BOLTON At Wahapu on 24th May 1852, five days after her confinement of a stillborn child,  Elizabeth Jane, the beloved wife of Colour Serjeant William Bolton, 58th Regt., aged 18 years.  [NZ’er 29 May 1852]

BOURNE On 7th November 1852, at her residence Bourke-street, Wooloomooloo, after a short  but painful illness aged 25 years, Agnes, beloved wife of William Soole Jnr and eldest daughter  of the late Walter Robertson of Auckland.

BOYLAN On 2nd February 1852, Maria Louisa, infant daughter of Mr & Mrs Boylan.  [NZ’er 4 Feb 1852]

BULLER At Wesley College on 15th September 1852, James Martin, eldest son of Rev James  Buller, Kaipara, aged 16. [NZ’er 18 Sept 1852]

CLIFTON At Auckland on 26th May 1852, Serjeant Major William Clifton, 58th Regt. SM  Clifton has been upwards of 12 years in the Regiment and served at Ruapekapeka and in the  campaign in the North of New Zealand with credit to himself. His death is deeply lamented  by the officers and the whole of his Regiment. [NZ’er 29 May 1852]

CONNELL On Friday 20th August 1852, infant daughter of W Connell Esq., aged 7 days.  [NZ’er 21 August 1852]

CONWAY On 16th September 1852, at his residence West Queen-street, Mr John Conway.  [NZ’er 18 Sept 1852]

FITZROY In London on 9th April 1852, Mary Henrietta, wife of Capt Robert Fitzroy, R.N.,  formerly Governor of New Zealand. [NZ’er 7 August 1852]

FORD At Russell, Bay of Islands, on Monday 6th September 1852, Maria Christiana, beloved  daughter of Samuel and Martha FORD. [NZ’er 15 Sept 1852]

GALWAY At Hobart Town on 9th August 1852, Mr Edward Joseph Galway, Compositor, aged  36 years. The deceased was for many years employed at the ‘Monitor’ Office, Sydney and at the  ‘Courier’ Office, Hobart Town. He has left a wife and four children to lament their loss. [NZ’er  25 Sept 1852]

GRAHAME At the Glebe, Sydney, on 31st October 1852, John Grahame Esq, aged 35 yrs.  [NZ’er 10 Nov 1852]

HAMILTON At the Colonial Hospital, yesterday, Alexander Hamilton, blacksmith, late of  Auckland. [NZ’er 31 March 1852]

HAMILTON On 14th October 1852, Elizabeth, beloved wife of Mr Francis Hamilton, late  residence Wahu. [NZ’er 16 Oct 1852]

INCHES At Remuera on Sunday morning, Mr James Nairne Inches, a member of a respectable  family in Perthshire and an old colonist here. His illness was very short as he was in town at  the Sabbath School Festival on Thursday and attended the religious services at the Scotch  Church on that morning and during the hours of recreation in the Government Domain. He  was taken ill on that night but seemed better on Saturday; next morning, however, he became  worse and was soon no more. [NZ’er 4 Feb 1852]

IRELAND On the 14th January 1852, of enlargement of the liver and heart, at her residence  in Shortland-street, Mrs Ireland, the wife of Mr John Ireland of Auckland. The deceased was the  daughter of Capt Macdonnell, 64th Regt and grand-niece of the Right Hon. Henry Flood, Speaker  in the Irish House of Commons. [NZ’er 17 Jan 1852]

LEIGH On Wednesday 3rd November 1852 after a short illness, Eliza Leigh, third daughter of  Mr Francis White, aged 15 years. [NZ’er 6 Nov 1852]

LOCHEAD On Tuesday 10th August 1852, at her residence, Wakefield-street, Elizabeth Lochead,  widow of the late James Lochead. [NZ’er 10 August 1852]

MACKENZIE On Monday 1st November 1852, Mr William Mackenzie, Druggist, Shortland- street, aged 48 years. Mr Mackenzie was a native of Scotland but an old, respected and industrious  colonist and generally esteemed by his friends and acquaintances. Although he had been for  some time in delicate health, his death was almost sudden as on the previous day he had been  able to attend services at his usual place of worship, the Scotch Church. He had acquired, it is  said, considerable property but he has died intestate and has left no relatives in this neighbourhood  or nearer than Adelaide where we believe his sister resides. The funeral will move from the  residence of Mr Alexander Dingwall, West Queen-street, this afternoon at 3 o’clock. [NZ’er 3  Nov 1852]

MEARNS At sea, in May 1852, aged 25, Mr William A Mearns, Commander of the Jane, only  son of Mr A Mearns, Montrose, Forfarshire. [NZ’er 8 Sept 1852]

M’VAY At his residence Freemans Bay, on Wednesday 1st December 1852, Mr John M’Vay,  aged 39 years. [NZ’er 4 Dec 1852]

PALMER On 18th November 1852 at Kawhia, in the 17th year of her age, Matilda Selina, second  daughter of Mr Palmer, Parnell, Auckland. [NZ’er 11 Dec 1852]

PLUMMER On 28th August 1852, Charles John, infant son of William Plummer Esq. [NZ’er  1 Sept 1852]

REES On Friday morning, 17th September 1852, at his residence, Queen-street, Mr Robert Rees,  aged 51 years. [NZ’er 18 Sept 1852]

RUTHERFORD At Remuera on Sunday 31st October 1852, Robert, eldest son of James Rutherford,  aged 8 years. [NZ’er 3 Nov 1852]

SOOLE On 7th November 1852 at her residence Bourke-street, Wooloomooloo, after a short  but painful illness, aged 25 years, Agnes, beloved wife of William Soole Jnr and eldest daughter  of the late Walter Robertson of Auckland. [NZ’er 18 Dec 1852]

SPEIRS At her residence, Chapel-street, on Saturday 22nd May 1852, after a short illness of  three weeks, Mary Speirs, wife of John Commons, aged 24 years. [NZ’er 26 May 1852 & 29  May 1852] STOKES At Wellington on Sunday 1 August 1852 at Te Aro, after a protracted illness, Margaret,  the beloved wife of Robert Stokes Esq., proprietor of the ‘Wellington Spectator’. [NZ’er 8 Sept 1852]

1853

BELL At Sydney on 6th March 1853 of Tubercular Consumption, in the 33rd year of her age,  Mrs John Bell, late of Auckland and Tamaki.The regret with which this announcement will  be received by those to whom Mrs Bell was personally known will be shared in, to no inconsiderable  extent, by the wider circle of lovers of music who appreciated the excellence of her very superior  performances on the pianoforte and harmonium at public concerts in this town. Mr Bell, in  writing to us the fact of her death, addes ‘she ever retained a lively gratitude for the reception  she met with in Auckland’. [NZ’er 26 March 1853]

BRIDGENS At Auckland on Thursday 6th October 1853, at his residence, Charges Bridgens  Esq., Assistant Commissary General, aged 58 yrs. [NZ’er 8 Oct 1853]

BUCKHAM On Saturday 17th September 1853, in the 53rd year of his age, after a short illness,  Mr Thomas Woodward Buckham, for many years a respected inhabitant of Auckland. The funeral  will take place this day at 3 o’clock precisely in the Church of England burial ground. [NZ’er 21  Sept 1853] CHAMPION On the afternoon of 10th March 1853 at his residence, Melville-street, Hobart Town,  in the 26th year of his age, Mr William Champion Jnr, after an illness of 14 days. His loss will be  sincerely felt by relatives and friends by whom he was universally esteemed. He has left a young wife  and infant child. [NZ’er 11 May 1853]

CHAMPION On Sunday morning 13th March 1853, the infant daughter (aged 10 days) of Mr  William Champion Jnr who decease is noted above. [NZ’er 11 May 1853]

CHURTON On Wednesday 26th January 1853, at his residence Little Sutton, in the 56th year of  his age, Rev John Frederick Churton, LL.B., Colonial Chaplain and Minister of St Pauls. [NZ’er  29 Jan 1853]

COATES At Spanish Town, Jamaica, on 28th July 1853, Rev Henry Coates, late of Worcersor  (sic) College, Oxford, aged 23 yrs. [NZ’er 4 Feb 1854]

CRAIG At Auckland on Thursday 26th May 1853, Jessie Craig, aged 1 yr 4 mths, third daughter  of Thomas Craig, Carpenter. [NZ’er 28 May 1853]

DAVIS On the 4th September 1853 of pulmonary apoplexy, Alfred, infant son of Charles Davis,  Queen-street, aged 8 months. [NZ’er 7 Sept 1853] DECK At Wellington on the 21st October 1853, aged 5 weeks, Emma Charlotte Rosanna, infant  daughter of Capt Deck, Commander, Government brig. [NZ’er 26 Nov 1853]

DENT In London, on 28th November 1853, Lancelot Dent Esq of the firm of Messrs Dent & Co.,  Hong Kong. (This gentleman was owner of the Northfleet, recently here). [NZ’er 15 March 1854]

ELLIOTT On 3rd June 1853, Harry Charles, son of Mr G E Elliott, aged 3 years. [NZ’er 8 June 1853]

ELLIS On Thursday 27th January 1853, Margaret, beloved wife of Mr William Ellis, Shortland- street, aged 71 years. [NZ’er 29 Jan 1853]

GLAISTER On the 23rd February 1853, on board the ship Kate on her passage from Sydney to  London, William Glaister Esq., aged 52 yrs, recently of Auckland. [NZ’er 6 August 1853]

GUILDING on 27th March 1853, Mrs Guilding, after a long and painful illness, to the deep  regret of her sorrowful family. [NZ’er 30 March 1853]

HEPBURN On Wednesday 27th July 1853, Duncan Hepburn, sawyer, aged 43 years. [NZ’er  30 July 1853]

HOGAN On Tuesday 12th April 1853 at the Garrison Hospital after a lingering illness, Cpl  John Hogan of the Royal Sappers & Miners, deeply lamented by his relatives who are settlers  to Auckland and by his comrades of the Company to which he belonged. [NZ’er 16 April 1853]

HORSLEY At Auckland, New Zealand, on Monday 28th March 1853, of dysentery, in the 61st  year of her age, at the house of her son in law, Mr W Rattray, Mrs Dorothy Horsley, of Newcastle  upon Tyne. [NZ’er 2 April 1853]

HUGHES On Monday 13th June 1853, Frederick William, second son of Mr S E Hughes, aged  2 yrs 2 mths. Residence, Wakefield-street. [NZ’er 15 June 1853]

JOSEPH On Saturday 12th March 1853, after a short illness, at the residence of his brother,  George-street, Sydney, Mr Israel Joseph (formerly of the firm of Joseph & Nathan, Auckland).  Deeply regretted by a numerous circle of relatives and friends. This announcement will be received  with regret by not a few in Auckland. Mr Joseph was one of the first settlers here and took part in  the early business transacgtions of the place; and even since he left it he has always manifested  a warm interest in the welfare of the settlement. Mr Joseph had lately been residing at Melbourne  but his health failed there and he was on his way to Auckland for the benefit of its climate when  he was seized at Sydney with the attack which proved fatal. [NZ’er 9 April 1853]

KELLS On Tuesday 26th July 1853, at the residence of her father, Mr B Lewis, Howick, after a  long illness, Amelia, wife of Mr G Kells, aged 30 years.[NZ’er 30 July 1853]

KISSLING On 12th April 1853 at St Stephens School, Auckland, after a few hours illness,  Gustavus Alfred, youngest son of Rev G A Kissling. [NZ’er 16 April 1853]

MAGEE On Saturday 18th June 1853, by a fall from his horse on Tamaki Rd James MAGEE  of Pukake, aged 51 years. Particulars of this melancholy occurrence will be found in the account  of the Coroner’s Inquest on the body which we publish elsewhere. Mr Magee was one of the  earliest colonists of New Zealand, having come to the Bay of Islands with the first settlers and  his sudden death by so [unfortunate] an accident, will long be deeply lamented by his family and  numerous friends. Funeral to leave the Royal George, Newmarket. [NZ’er 22 June 1853]

MARAIA On 17th May 1853, near Mt Eden, Mrs Pere Perry Maraia, aged 23 years. [NZ’er 25  May 1853]

McDONNELL On Sunday 4th April 1853, at Te Horeke, Hokianga, Anna, the beloved wife  of Capt McDonnell, RN, to the deep loss of a sorrowing family. [NZ’er 16 April 1853]

McELWAINE At her residence, Killna, Co.Louth, Ireland, on the 8th July 1853, Mary, wife  of Mr Richard McElwaine and mother of Mr George McElwaine, Governor of Auckland Gaol.  [NZ’er 3rd Dec 1853]

McINTOSH Drowned in the Waikato River on the 15th September 1853, William McINTOSH,  Carpenter to the Waikato Heads Institution, his brother Alexander and his eldest son. [NZ’er  5 Oct 1853]

MATTHEWS At Auckland on the 13th October 1853, aged 3 yrs 2 mths, Harriet, daughter of  E I Matthews Esq., R E Department. [NZ’er 15 Oct 1853]

McNAIR On Thursday 13th January 1853, Janet McNair, aged 27 years. Funeral from the  residence of Mr Alexander Dingwall, West Queen-street.

MATHIAS On June 18, 1864 at his residence, Riccarton, Canterbury, the Venerable Archdeacon  Mathias.

MOORE At Hobart-town, on 24th November 1853, Hannah, wife of Mr John Moore, printer,  formerly of Auckland. [NZ’er 24 Dec 1853]

MORGAN At the Church Mission House, Otawhao, on Sunday the 17th July 1853 of Influenza,  Samuel, aged 24 yrs, and on Thursday, 21st July 1853, Edward aged 13 yrs 11mths, youngest and  eldest sons of the Rev John Morgan. [NZ’er 3 August 1853]

NINNIS On 28th April 1853 at Onehunga, Jessie, youngest daughter of Capt & Mrs Ninnis, aged  7 months. [NZ’er 30 April 1853]

PARKER On 1st January 1853, at Remuera, after a short illness, Mr Edward Parker, aged 51 years.  [NZ’er 2 Feb 1853]

PEACOCK At Sydney on the 2nd November 1853, of consumption, Isabella, beloved wife of Capt  E A Peacock of the brig Victoria Packet after a lingering illness which she bore with exemplary  patience, leav ing two children to deplore their irreparable loss. Mrs Peacock was among the first  settlers at Wellington. [NZ’er 23 Nov 1853]

PRATT On March 1st, 1853, at Islington, aged 80, Elizabeth, relict of the late Rev Josiah Pratt,  Vicar of St Stephens, Coleman-street. [NZ’er 10 Aug 1853]

RATHBONE At the Caledonia Hotel, Fort-street, on Sunday 20th February 1853, Mr Basil Rathboen,  late of Liverpool, in the 25th year of his age. [NZ’er 23 Feb 1853]

SHALDERS In February 1853 at Worstead, Norfolk, England, Phoebe Shalders, the much loved  mother of R B Shalders, Storekeeper, Queen-street, Auckland. [NZ’er 22 June 1853]

SMITHSON At his residence, Wyndham-street, on Sunday 1st May 1853, William Smithson, aged  60 years. [NZ’er 4 May 1853]

SOMERVILLE On Tuesday the 8th November 1853, aged 2 yrs 3 mths, James Elliott Somerville,  youngest son of Mr Thomas Somerville, Shortland-street. [NZ’er 9 Nov 1853]

VAILE On 16th January 1853 at 1.30 a.m., in the 55th year of her age, after a painful and protracted  illness, Sarah the beloved wife of Mr George Vaile, at his residence Wellesley-street. [NZ’er 19 Jan 1853]

WALKER At Auckland on Saturday 1st October 1853, Mr Cooper Walker, printer, formerly of Strabane,  Ireland, aged 52 yrs. [NZ’er 8 Oct 1853]

WILSON At Belfast on the morning of 27th May 1853, Mr W S Wilson, Auctioneer, aged 36 years.  The deceased was a native of Van Diemen’s Land and formerly merchant and agent for the Church  Mission Station, Korareraka, New Zealand. [NZ’er 20 July 1853]

WOOD On 28th December 1853, Henry Robinson, infant son of Mr S A Wood. [NZ’er 31 Dec 1853.      1854

CLEGHORN At Honolulu, suddenly, on 24th September 1854, Thomas Cleghorn Esq, native of  Scotland, late of Auckland, New Zealander. [Obit. Follows - NZ’er 7 Jan 1854]

CLIFFORD At York, on 31st January 1854, George L Clifford Esq, aged 75 yrs, youngest son of  Hon. Thomas Clifford, late of Tixall in the County of Stafford. R.I.P.[NZ’er 1 July 1854]

COATES At Spanish Town, Jamaica, on 28th July 1853, Rev Henry Coates, late of Worcersor  (sic) College, Oxford, aged 23 yrs. [NZ’er 4 Feb 1854]

COATES At his residence, Eden Crescent, 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. [NZ’er 5 July 1854]

COCKRAFT At Auckland on 28th June 1854, Anne La Trobe, beloved wife of Major Cockraft,  58th Regt, aged 46 yrs. [NZ’er 1 July 1854]

DECK At Cambridge, aged 61, Mr Isaiah Deck, FGS, FRS. Universally regretted by a numerous  circle of relatives and friends. [NZ’er 8 July 1854] Mr Deck was the father of Mr P A Deck, late  Commander of the Government Brig Victoria and now Sergeant at Arms of the House of  Representatives - Obit. Followed]

DENT In London, on 28th November 1853, Lancelot Dent Esq of the firm of Messrs Dent & Co.,  Hong Kong. (This gentleman was owner of the Northfleet, recently here). [NZ’er 15 March 1854]

DOUGLASS On Saturday last, 28th October 1854, of paralysis of the heart, Margaret, wife of  Mr Thomas Douglass, aged 27 yrs. [NZ’er 1 Nov 1854]

FENNELL On the 26th July 1854, James Bromley, only child of Mr Arthur Fennell, aged 2 yrs.  Funeral from the residence of the Ranger, Government Domain. [NZ’er 29 July 1854]

FIELDING At the residence of her father, Louisa Charlotte, second daughter of Joseph Fielding,  Confectioner, Shortland-street, on Friday 29th September 1854, aged 12 years. [NZ’er 30 Sept 1854]

GEORGE On Saturday 6th May 1854, after a long and painful illness, Mary Ann Wilson, wife of  Mr James George, baker of this city, aged 37 years. [NZ’er 10 May 1854]

GRACE On Sunday last, 11th June 1854, at Ivy Cottage, Parnell, Agnes Lavinia Grace, aged 2 yrs,  daughter of Rev G S Grace, after a long and painful illness. [NZ’er 14 June 1854]

HUGHES On Thursday 21st September 1854, at 10 o’clock, at the residence of his father in law  Mr William Gorrie, Pitt-street, Auckland, Mr William Hughes, Merchant, aged 36 yrs. (Obit.  Followed) [NZ’er 23 Sept 1854]

JONES At the residence of her father, Railway House, Queen-street, on 25th December 1854,  Emma Vaile, third daughter of Mr Alfred Jones, aged 5 yrs. [NZ’er 27 Dec 1854]

JOSLIN On Thursday night, Charles Edward, aged 2yrs 9mths, the son of Charles Joslin,  Shortland-street NZ’er 29 July 1854] KAWITI On 5th May 1854, the old Chief Kawiti, one of the leading opponents to the Government  in the late war in the North in 1845. Two years since he embraced Christianity and was baptised  by the name Tekuki. Prior to the forsaking of his heathen ways, he paid a visit to the tribes around  who had been influenced by him, to enjoin them to live in peace with Europeans. He frequently  said, though he disregarded the guns of the soldiers and the Governor, he was subdued by the sword  of God. The old man was infirm but his death was hastened by the measles. [NZ’er 27 May 1854]

KELLY At Remuera, on the 4th October 1854, Alice, fifth daughter of Robert Kelly Esq, Registrar  of Deeds, aged 3yrs 4mths. [NZ’er 7 Oct 1854]

KING On Saturday 6th May 1854, Mr King of Tepuna, Bay of Islands, full of years and full of  faith, in the 67th year of his age and the 40th of his sojourn in New Zealand. [Followed by Obit. -  NZ’er 27 May 1854]

LEVIN On the 2nd August 1854, at his residence, Sydney, Capt F A Levin, late Master of the  Norman Hargreaves. Much lamented by his family. [NZ’er 9 Sept 1854]

LLOYD On Wednesday the 3rd May 1854, Mary, second daughter of Mr Henry Lloyd, aged 16 years.  [NZ’er 6 May 1854]

LUSH On the 15th September 1854, at Howick, Alfred, second son of Rev Vicesimus Lush, aged  2 yrs 6mths. [NZ’er 20 Sept 1854]

LUSH At Howick, on 23rd September 1854, Mary Eliza, third daughter of Rev Vic. Lush, in her  8th year, and on the 25th September 1854, Charlotte Sarah, second daughter of the above, aged  10 yrs. [NZ’er 30 Sept 1854]

MACKY On Friday evening, 9th June 1854, Josiah, youngest son of Mr James Macky, Queen-street,  aged 4 yrs 1mth. [NZ’er 10 June 1854]

MARSHALL At Wellington, NZ, on Friday 20th September4 1854, Mary Frederica, beloved wife  of Capt J Marshall, Paymaster of the 65th Regt., aged 28 yrs. [NZ’er 8 Nov 1854]

M’CAUL On Thursday, 27th April 1854, Ellen Laing, wife of Walter M’Caul, Tailor, High-street.  [NZ’er 29 April 1854]

MILLER On Thursday, 27th April 1854, Mr G R H Miller, late Wesleyan Missionary, in the Feegee  Island, aged 46 years. [NZ’er 29 April 1854]

ORMSBY At Onehunga Lodge, on 13th March 1854, of whooping cough, Louisa Maria, infant  daughter of G O Ormsby Esq, aged 21 months. [NZ’er 18 March 1854]

PARTINGTON On Saturday 23rd September 1854, William, third son of Charles E Partington,  Symonds-street, aged 4 yrs. [NZ’er 27 Sept 1854]

PARTINGTON On Sunday the 15th October 1854, Thomas, fifth son of Charles F Partington,  aged 1 yr 8mths. [NZ’er 18 Oct 1854]

PARTINGTON On Sunday 22nd October 1854, at Symonds-street, Henry, fourth son of C F  Partington, aged 3 yrs. [NZ’er 25 Oct 1854]

RICHARDSON On Friday morning, 5th May 1854, Louisa, aged 2yrs 6mths, youngest daughter  of J Richardson, Printer, Wyndham-street. [NZ’er 6 May 1854]

ROBINSON Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Mr Charles Robinson of Albert-street, aged 3  months. [NZ’er 21 Nov 1854]

ROUT On Wednesday the 4th January 1854, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr John Rout, High-street,  aged 21 years. [NZ’er 7 Jan 1854]

SIMMS On Wednesday 6th December 1854, at Auckland, Eliza, wife of Mr James Simms, of  this city. [NZ’er 9 Dec 1854]

SKEEN On Friday the 15th September 1854, aged 33 yrs, Catherine, beloved wife of Mr Robert  Skeen. [NZ’er 18 Sept 1854]

SMALE At her residence, Parnell, on 14th June 1854, Emma, relict of the late Mr David Smale,  aged 34 years [?54 yrs] [NZ’er 17 June 1854]

SMITH On Saturday 9th December 1854, aged 32 yrs, J Dalrymple Smith, of Auckland, only  son of Mr Alexander Smith, Dundee. “His life and death was that of the righteous”.

SNODGRASS On Thursday the 18th May 1854, Catherine Berry, youngest daught of David  and Mary Snodgrass of Queen-street, aged 13 months. [NZ’er 20 May 1854]

STEWART On Friday 5th May 1854, of measles, Charles Malcolm, only child of Mr & Mrs  Charles  Stewart, aged 10 months. [NZ’er 10 May 1854]

SWINBOURN On Monday morning, 27th March 1854, at the residence of his father, Albert-street,  of consumption, Alfred, fifth son of Mr William Swinbourn of this city, in his 26th year. [NZ’er  29 March 1854]

THOMAS On the 5th May 1854 at Clifton, Elizabeth Ann, relict of the late Rev Sir John Godfrey  Thomas, Bart., of Bodiam, Sussex, aged 67 yrs. [NZ’er 8 Nov 1854]

TURNER At sea, on the evening of 16th January 1854, aged 29 years, after a lingering illness,  Mr Thomas Turner of the Union Bank of Australia, eldest son of the Rev Nathaniel Turner of  Paddington. Deeply lamented by his afflicted family and a numerous circle of friends. Sydney  Herald Jan 21st. [NZ’er 15 Feb 1854]

WILLIAMS On Sunday 22nd January 1854 at Penrose, Tamaki, Nancy, beloved wife of William  Williams Esq, aged 42 years. Panmure Cemetery. [NZ’er 25 Jan 1854]

YOUNG On Thursday 2nd March 1854, Arthur, twin son of William Young Esq, aged 13 months.  [NZ’er 4 March 1854]

For the above names I thank Lyn DEAR, Jacqueline WALLES and others..