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CADDIGAN.
E W Caddigan, Otahuhu, Auckland. 19th October 1916. Contact me for details.

CADE.
Joan Cade of Awapuni. Contact me for details.

CADE.
Percy M Cade, Pahiatua, 29th June 1916. Contact me for details.

CADIGAN.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 12th June 1922.
On June 10th 1922 suddenly, at her residence 26 Beresford Street, Auckland, Mary Cadigan. RIP. The funeral will leave the Mortuary of C Little and Sons, Hobson Street, at 10 45 am, today, Monday, for Howick Cemetery.

CADWALLADER.
Funeral Notice.
Henry Richard Cadwallader, late of Carterton, died 7th April 1904. No other details.

CADWALLADER.
Funeral Notice.
William Cadwallader, late of Greytown, died 16th March 1883. No other details.

CAFFERY.
Weekly News, 18th January 1917.
Private Michael J Caffery was reported believed killed in action in France. He was one of four sons of Mrs Mary Caffrery of Melford Street, Ponsonby, who have enlisted for service. He came to Auckland from Mangaia, Cook Islands, in order to volunteer. He was reported missing in September and is now believed to have been killed. Another brother, Private Robert, left with the Main Body, saw the Gallipoli campaign through in safety and later went to France. He was engaged as a bomb thrower in the battle of Armentieres early in July, was reported missing, and later reported to be a prisoner of war at Giessen, Germany. Another brother, Joseph, accompanied Michael and by latest advice, received two months ago, was in the firing line and well. A younger brother, Donald, is now in camp in Australia, only one son, a lad of 16, being left at home.

CAFFREY.
Weekly News, 10th August 1916.
R A Caffrey, Ponsonby, Auckland. Contact me for details.

CAHILL.
Funeral Notice.
Mary Cahill, died on the 9th of March 1926, aged 60 years, Lawrence. Otago. No other details.

CAIRNIE.
G J B Cairnie, Auckland, Personal Paragraph. WW1. Contact me for details.

CALDWELL.
Weekly News, 1915.
A Caldwell of Greymouth. Contact me for details.

CALLAGHAN.
C M Callaghan, 1933. Teacher at Spreydon School (22).

CALVERLEY.
F W Calverley, North Otago, 1st July 1915. Contact me for details.

CALVERT.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 21st June 1922.
On June 19th at Hamilton Hospital, Gilbert Calvert, of Taupiri, NZRB. Second son of the late Joseph and Jane B Calvert, Papakura, aged 53 years. Funeral at Papakura, tomorrow, Thursday by 9am train. No other details.

CAMERON.
Funeral Notice.
John Cameron, late of Pahaua and Opaki, died on the 8th of December 1900. No other details.

CAMERON.
Feilding.
Funeral Notice.
Elizabeth Cameron, Widow, died on the 17th July 1877. No other details.

CAMERON.
Feilding.
Funeral Notice.
John Cameron, died on the 16th of July 1875. No other details.

CAMERON.
Marie M Cameron, Owens District, Victoria, First Contingent Nurse. 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CAMERON.
Feilding.
Funeral Notice.
Ronald Cameron, died on the 29th of March 1899. No other details.

CAMERON.
W H Cameron, Otago, 17th June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CAMERON.
Cameron G, of Saint James Presbyterian Church, Newtown.(21)

CAMERON.
Funeral Notice.
Weekly News, 1896.
On October 18th, at the residence, of his father, Remuera, William J Cameron, the beloved son of William and Jessie Cameron, aged 29 years. No other details.

CAMPBELL.
Weekly News, 1915.
D P Campbell, of Northcote, Auckland. Contact me for details.

CAMPBELL.
Auckland Star, 10th June, 1948.
On June 10th 1948, at a Private Nursing Home, Mary Jane beloved wife of the late Robert Campbell, of 5 Cockburn Street, Grey Lynn and beloved mother of Clara, Mrs Meiklejohn. Robert. Jessie, Mrs Adams. Hilda, Mrs McCartie and the late John, Harry and May, in her 94th year. Private Interment from W H Tongue and Sons Chapel, tomorrow, Friday, at 1 45pm.

CAMPBELL.
Funeral Notice.
Archibald Campbell, late of of Carterton, died 10th September 1894. No other details.

CAMPBELL.
Date is 1922.
Info on J Campbell of Gisborne. 21.

CAMPBELL.
Herald, 14th July 1923. Obituary for Mrs E A Campbell.

CAMPBELL.
C H N Campbell, Wellington, 17th June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CAMPBELL.
C M Campbell, Auckland, 17th June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CAMPBELL.
J P Campbell, Wellington, 30th September 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CAMPBELL.
Weekly News, 22nd June 1916.
W Campbell, Matata, Bay of Plenty. Contact me for details.

CAMPBELL.
Weekly News, 24th August 1916.
W Campbell, Woodhill. Contact me for details.

CAMPBELL.
Funeral Notice.
Herald, 19th September 1940.
On September 18th, at Putaruru, Samuel John, aged 76 years. Funeral will leave Mr R Martin's residence, at 2pm today, Thursday, for Putaruru Cemetery.

CAMPBELL.
27th May 1915.
Thomas Campbell, Canterbury. Contact me for details.

CAMPBELL.
Herald, 14th April 1923. Obituary. Scr.
Obituary for Mr J J Campbell of Otahuhu, Auckland.

CAMPBELL.
M Campbell, Otago, 30th September 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CAMPBELL.
Funeral Notice.
Weekly News, 1896.
On September 1st, at his residence, Victoria Street West, Auckland, Thomas Campbell, formerly of Inverness, aged 73 years. No other details.

CAMPBELL.
William Campbell, Wellington, 3rd June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CAMPIN.
Funeral Notice.
William Benjamin Campin, Builder, late of Carterton, died 9th September 1890. No other details.

CANDY.
Funeral Notice.
Richard Candy of Petone, died 4th April 1882. No other details.

CANE.
Alice Cane, of Christchurch. (22)

CANTRICK.
W Cantrick, Otago, July 29th 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CAPSTICK.
23rd December 1915.
C Capstick, Canterbury.

CARD.
Funeral Notice.
John Card, late of Featherston, died 13th February 1909. No other details.

CARD.
Funeral Notice.
Mrs Florence Sophia Card, late of Featherson, died 22nd September 1912. No other details.

CARDON.
Herald, 2nd September 1914.
On August 26th, at Waihi Hospital, John Frederick Cardon, 2nd son of the late Thomas and Martha Cardon of Waiuku, in his 48th year. No buriel details.

CAREY.
Funeral Notice.
Otago Witness, 22nd December 1909.
On December 15th, at her residence, Outram Street, Mornington, Jane, the beloved wife of W H H Carey, aged 58 years. No other details.

CAREY.
Funeral Notice.
Otago Witness, June 1932.
On June 31st 1932, at Dunedin, Roderick Francis, dearly beloved husband of Mary Annie Carey, of 106 Glen Road. At rest. No other details.

CARKEEK.
Rikihana Carkeek, wounded, 30th September 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CARLETON.
Funeral Notice.
Herald, 19th September 1940.
On September 18th, at her late residence, Helensville, Elizabeth, relict of the late W H Carleton, and loved mother of Bill, Charlie, Lucy and Pat, in her 75th year. Requiem Mass at Saint Josephs Church, Helensville, at 7am tomorrow, Friday, funeral leaving church at 2 30pm. No other details.

CARLSON.
Funeral Notice.
On August 16th 1945, as the result of a accident, Neils Victor, 2nd NZEF, dearly loved brother of Ray, of Pukemiro, and Jack of Ponsonby, aged 35 years. A service will be held at the Presbyterian Church, Huntly, tomorrow, Saturday, at 2 pm, funeral then leaving for Kimihia Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimatiom.

CARLTON.
William Carlton, Auckland, 3rd June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CARLYLE.
The New Zealand Times, 1919.
Divorce, William and Ida. Contact me for details.

CARLYON.
Weekly News, 10th August 1916.
S J Carlyon, Ponsonby, Auckland. Contact me for details.

CARMAN.
Funeral Notice.
David Carman, late of Manaia near Masterton, died on the 26th of January 1894. No other details.

CARMICHAEL.
P Carmichael, Oamaru, 13th July 1916. WW1. Contact me for details.

CARMINE.
F J Carmine, Canterbury, 3rd June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CARNEGIE.
J K Carnegie, Otago, 17th June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CARNEY.
John Carney, Field Ambulance, 1st July 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CARPENTER.
Funeral Notice.
Herald, 13th September 1940.
On September 12th 1940, at Auckland, Mary Ellen, widow of the late J H M Carpenter, aged 85 years. Private interment. Email me for Obituary.

CARPENTER.
Herald, 30th July 1914, Obituary.
William Carpenter of Parnell, Auckland. Contact me for details.

CARR.
L McG Carr, Wellington, 3rd June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CARR.
Weekly News, 24th August 1916.
C T Carr, Remuera, Auckland.

CARROLL.
F Carroll, Ohinewai, 1st August 1918. WW1. Contact me for details.

CARROLL.
Weekly News, 10th August 1916.
Charles F Carroll, Linton. Contact me for details.

CARROLL.
New Zealand Times, 12th April 1919.
Story on James Carroll, born 1810/11. 14th foot Regiment. Contact me for details.

CARROLL.
T P Carroll, Wellington, July 29th 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CARSON.
C Carson, Havelock North, 13th July 1916. WW1. Contact me for details.

CARSON.
H J Carson, Wellington, September 23rd 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CARSON.
T R Carson, Otago, 3rd June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CARTER.
Funeral Notice.
Herald 1914.
On July 6th at his residence, Wallace Street, Ponsonby, Rev Charles Carter, formerly Baptist Missionary, in Ceylon. A short funeral service will be held at the residence at 1 30pm and at Tabernacle, 2 30pm tomorrow, Wednesday, on July 8th. No other details.

CARTER.
Funeral Notice.
Weekly News, 1896.
On July 20th at Ferndale Barton, Ruatangata East, Ena M Carter, the beloved child of Walter Raleigh and Louisa E Carter, aged 3 years and 10 months. No other details.

CARTER.
Weekly News, 12th October 1916.
Frank A Carter, Grey Lynn, Auckland.

CARTER.
Weekly News, 12th October 1916.
W L Carter, Grey Lynn, Auckland. Contact me for details.

CARTER.
Herald, 30th April 1923. Obituary. Scr.
Obituary for Mr William Carter of Kamo, Whangarei.

CARTER.
Weekly News, 24th August 1916.
N E Carter, Wellington. Contact me for details.

CARTERET.
John Carteret of Alfriston. Contact me for details.

CARTWRIGHT.
Earl and Jean Cartwright of Whakapirau. Maungaturoto District. (15)

CASELBERG.
Funeral Notice.
Mrs Francis Caselberg, late of Masterton, died on the 26th August 1890. No other details.

CASEY.
Funeral Notice.
Mrs Catherine Casey, late of Kaiwarra, died 24th November 1895. No other details.

CASHELL.
Funeral Notice.
Southern Cross, 1870.
Henry William, on June the 12th 1870, 2nd son of Arthur Cashell, Solicitor, of Borris O'Kane, County of Tipperary, Ireland, aged 33 years. No other details.

CASSIDY.
F C Cassidy, Paparangi, 1st August 1918. WW1.

CASSRY.
Info on Cassey V of Claremont, South Island. (22).

CASTLE.
Funeral Notice.
David Castle, farmer, late of Whangehu, died 20th of January 1894. No other details.

CASTLEHOW.
L F Castlehow, Field Ambulance, 2nd December 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CATCHPOLE.
T E Catchpole, Auckland, September 23rd 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CATT.
Funeral Notice.
William Catt, formerly of Masterton, died 6th December 1911. No other details.

CATT.
Funeral Notice.
William Catt, late of Carterton, died on the 15th of March 1900. No other details.

CATTELL
Funeral Notice.
James Cattell, Wellington, died 13th March 1899. No other details.

CAUKROGER.
Funeral Notice.
Nelson Colonist.
On 26th of April 1859, at his residence, Thomas Caukroger, aged 49 years, after a short illness. No other details.

CAULTON.
Date is 1922.
Info on V Caulton of Gisborne. 21.

CAVANAGH.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 26th June 1922.
On June 25th, at her late residence, Lake Road, Ohaupo, Ellen, beloved wife of Daniel Cavanagh, age 74 years. RIP. The funeral will leave the Catholic Church, for Ohaupo Catholic Cemetery, at 11am, tomorrow, Tuesday.

CERATI.
Herald, 2nd September 1914.
On July 19th 1914, at San Giovannis Hospital, Turin, Italy. Peter Cerati of East Tamaki, Auckland. RIP. No other details.

CHADWICK.
Chadwick B, of Napier, 1879. 1906 to 1922. (21)

CHAMBERLIN.
Herald, 2nd September 1914.
On August 31st at the Knoll, Poroaki, Ponui Island, Jean, infant daughter of Harry and Elsie Chamberlin, aged 2 and half months. No buriel details.

CHAMBERLAIN.
Len Chamberlain, of South New Brighton.(22)

CHAMBERS.
Chambers F W, of Saint James Presbyterian Church, Newtown.(21)

CHAMBERS.
Herald, 3rd September 1914. News Item.
The fine residence of Mr Mason Chambers, on ther Havelock Hills, known as "Tauroa" was completely destroyed by fire this afternoon, it is supposed that a defective chimney caused the outbreak on the first floor. Only the servants were at home and nothing was saved. The loss includes a valuable Library and collection of Curios which cannot be replaced.

CHAMP.
Champ Ces. Taylors Mistake. (22)

CHANDLER.
Weekly News, 14th May 1925. Obituary
Mr Edward Frederick Chandler of Auckland. Contact me for details.

CHAPLIN.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 26th June 1922.
On June 26th, suddenly, John Chaplin, dearly beloved husband of Annie Chaplin, of 27 Bond Street, Devonport, aged 54 years. Deeply regretted. The funeral will leave his late residence, for O'Neills Point Cemetery at 2 30pm today (Tuesday).

CHAPMAN - CUNNINGHAM.
Herald April, 1923. Golden Wedding Anniversary.
Contact if you want anymore details. Grooms surname is first

CHAPPELL.
Margaret Chappell of Alexandra/Pirongia. Contact me for details.

CHAPPELL.
Funeral Notice.
Herald, 1st June 1922.
On 26th May 1922, at his late residence, Grey Street, Hamilton. Thomas, beloved husband of S Chappell, in his 84th year.

CHITTY.
Weekly News, 4th November 1915. Obituary.
Mr Charles Chitty, who was the oldest settler in the Cambridge district, dropped dead at his residence at Leamington last week. The deceased, who was 70 years of age, arrived at Cambridge in 1863 with a Telegraph Transport, under General Cameron, when hostilities with the Maoris was in progress. He sub-sequently joined the Armed Constabulary of which he was a Sergeant, taking his discharge on the disbandment of that body. Mr Chitty also saw active service in the Maori War on the West Coast. Later he was Clerk of the old Resident Magistrate's Court here for many years. As a Freemason, licensed lay reader of the Church of England, and one of the original members of St Andrew's vestry, Mr Chitty was a useful and a highly esteemed citizen. He leaves a widow and married daughter, the latter residing at Remuera, Auckland, while the son, Mr Horace Chitty, is farming at Hinuera. Dr Stapley, who was the deceased's medical adviser, has given a certificate as to the cause of death, so an inquest will not be necessary.

CHITTY.
Auckland Star, 9th June, 1948.
On June 8th 1948, at Auckland Hospital, the Rev Ernest, dearly beloved husband of Margaret, and beloved father of Nancy, grandfather of Robert, aged 65 years. A service will be held at All Saints Church, Ponsonby, tomorrow, Thursday, at 1 45pm, funeral then leaving for Purewa.

CHONG.
Maud Chong of New Plymouth. 1900, (21)

CHURCHES.
John Churches of Alfriston. Contact me for details.

CLAPCOPP.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 24th June 1922.
At his late rtesidence, Anglesea Street, Hamilton, Frederick Bunter, beloved husband of the late Harriett Clapcopp, aged 85 years.

CLAPCOTT.
Obituary, Herald, 30th June 1922.
Obituary for Frederick Bunter Clapcott formerly of Hamilton then Auckland. Contact for details.

CLARE.
Charlie Clare of Awapuni. Contact me for details.

CLARK.
Weekly News, Death/Inquest. 14th May 1925.
Death of Wyatt Clark of Marton. Contact me for details.

CLARK.
Info on Clark Family of Claremont, South Island. (22).

CLARK.
Weekly News, 1915.
G K Clark of Rotorua. Contact me for details.

CLARK
Weekly News, 17th June 1915.
Sergeant Andrew Clark died on Thursday evening, he was a well known resident of Devonport, and was born in 1838, Co Armagh, Ireland, he came to Auckland on the ship "Ganges" in 1863. When the Maori war broke out, he left a farm at Otahuhu to join the Cavalry. After the war he joined the Police Force and was one of the mounted escorts during the Duke of Edinburgh's visit to Auckland. For some years he was in charge of the Newton Police Station and later transferred to Papakura. Promoted to the rank of Sergeant and for a while was in charge of the Auckland Water Police.

CLARKE.
Clarke E, of Napier, 1879. 1906 to 1922. (21)

CLARKE.
Clarke Stan. Taylors Mistake. (22)

CLARKE.
Herald, 28th August 1914.
On August 26th, at Dunmore, Waingaro, William Clarke, late of Waimate North, aged 87. At rest. No funeral details.

CLARKE.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 21st June 1922.
On June 19th, at Auckland after a long illness, James, beloved husband of Annie, in his 67th year. Sydney papers please copy. Funeral will leave his late residence 42 Surrey Street, Grey Lynn, tomorrow, Thursday, for Waikaraka Cemetery, Onehunga. Private interrment.

CLARKE.
Charles Clarke of Arapohue. 1911. Contact for details.

CLARKE - KAYES.
Herald April, 1923. Silver Wedding Anniversary.
Contact if you want anymore details. Grooms surname is first

CLARKE.
Weekly News, 11th January 1917.
Corporal S J Clarke of Masterton, who was lately reported as having been wounded on the 16th of November, is one of four brothers at the front. Corporal Clarke is well known in the cycling world of New Zealand, having at the age of 19, won the Timaru-Christchurch road race and the Mt Egmont road race and since then many path events.

CLEAVE.
Cleave family of Kerikeri. 1912. Contact for details.

CLEGG.
News Item, 1964.
G Clegg of Masterton. Contact me for details.

CLEMENTS.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 13th June 1922.
On June 12th 1922, at his sons residence, 62 View Road, Mount Eden, Auckland, Samuel Perry Clements, aged 81 years. No other details.

CLOVER.
Herald, 23rd July 1914.
On 21st July 1914, at her residence, Mount Smart Road, Onehunga, Emma, dearly beloved wife of Samuel Clover, aged 66 years. Private interment.

CLUCAS.
Weekly News, 29th October 1914.
On the 13th of August 1914 at London Road, Northwick, Cheshire, Lily, beloved wife of Rev J W Clucas, Foxdale, Isle of Mann, aged 52 years. No other details.

COATES.
Weekly News, June 1917.
Lieutenant Randolph E O Coates, whose death from wounds is reported, was the elder son of Mr Oswald Coates of Remuera. Lieut Coates was born in Adelaide in 1887 and came to NZ in 1893. He was educated at the Mt Eden Public School and Wanganui Boys High School. Upon leaving the latter, he assisted his father for a few years, finally leaving for Coromandel and North Auckland in charge of a survey party. At the outbreak of war, accompanied by his only brother, he enlisted as a private in the machine-gun section of the 3rd, Auckland, Infantry. Quickly gaining his stripes, he left with the Main Body and served throughout the Gallipoli campaign. Owing to illness, he was ordered to Egypt but in the act of embarking was wounded by shrapnel. Subsequently his name was mentioned in despatches for 'devotion to duty'. He was offered a commission in an English regiment but refused to leave his comrades. Shortly afterwards he accepted a commission in the NZ Infantry. He passed the examinations for the Royal Flying Corps, but his transfer was refused and he was ordered to the firing line where he met his death during the recent fighting. Lieut Coates' younger brother is at present a sergeant in a machine-gun section in Palestine.

COCHRAN.
Herald, 10th July 1923. Obituary for Alexander Cochran of Oratia.

CODLIN.
Weekly News, November 1917.
Leonard C Codlin, a farm hand of Waiuku, has three brothers at the front, another on a transport and the fifth was to go into camp shortly. Also a brother in law who is on active service.

COLEMAN.
Weekly News, 19 August 1915. Obituary.
William Coleman, Barrister and Solicitor, Auckland. Eldest son of William Coleman, merchant of Sydney and Auckland. Born Sydney, arrived Auckland in the 1850s. Early Mayor of the Borough of Parnell. Married in 1890 to Miss Rika Myers, only daughter of Mrs Louis Myers, sister of the Hon Arthur M Myers, Minister for Customs and Munitions. Survived by his widow, two children - Miss Ruby Coleman and Master Clive Coleman; three brothers - Edward Coleman of Auckland, John and Thomas A Coleman, Public Accountants of Gisborne; three sisters - Mrs F H Coombes, Remuera and the Misses Coleman, Parnell.

COLLIER.
Collier John. West Eyreton School. (22)

COLMAN.
Weekly News, 03.05.1917
Lance Corporal A T, who has been in the Walton on Thames Hospital for nine weeks suffering from debility, is now convalescent. He saw service in the South African war. His wife and family reside at John Street, Ponsonby. No other details.

COMER.
Comer Jim. Taylors Mistake. (22)

CONSTABLE.
Roy and Phyllis of Whakapirau. Maungaturoto District. (15)

COOK.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 26th June 1922.
On June 25th 1922, at the Mater Misericordiae Hospital. Theresa, dearly beloved wife of Thomas Cook, late of Matamata and Okoroire, aged 55 years. Private interment.

COOK.
Cook family of Maungakaramea. Contact for details.1895.

COOK.
Weekly News, 14th February 1934.
Accidents, and Deaths, Charles Cook of Dargaville.

COOK.
Weekly News, 20th February 1902.
Accidents, and Deaths, William Cook of Auckland.

COOKE.
Weekly News, 03.05.1917
Sergeant Lancelot Eric Cook, who has been reported wounded, is the only son of Mr W A Cooke of Queen Street. He left NZ with the Main Body in the mounted division and was at Gallipoli from about a fortnight after the landing till the evacuation, receiving his promotion in the field. He also fought in Egypt. Sgt Cooke was wounded in the hand in December and again, in the back, about 20th April.

COOKE.
Cooke Reynell. West Eyreton School. (22)

COOKSLEY.
Weekly News, 20th February 1902.
Report of the death of James Cooksley of Opawa. Contact me for details.

COOKSON.
Cookson A. Taylors Mistake. (22)

COOKSON.
W Cookson, 1912. Teacher at Spreydon School (22).

COOPER.
Weekly News, 11th January 1917.
Second Lieutenant A Cooper, Infantry, of Waihi, has been awarded the Military Cross: "Led his platoon with great courage and initiative. Later, although wounded, he remained at his post. Previously he captured an enemy machine-gun himself."

COOPER.
Cooper Don, of Napier, 1879. 1906 to 1922. (21)

CORBIN.
Corbin A, of Napier, 1879. 1906 to 1922. (21)

CORFIELD.
Herald, 13th April 1923. Obituary. Scr.
Obituary for Andrew Corfield of Auckland.

CORLETT.
Weekly News, 6th September 1917.
Private John N Corlett, who was admitted to Walton on Thames Hospital on 16 August, is reported to be seriously ill. He left with the Main Body, was invalided home from Egypt in 1915 and returned to the Front with the 7th Reinforcements. He came through the Messines battle unscathed and was subsequently in the first line trenches before he became ill. Four of the Corlett brothers have served at the Front. Corporal Alfred S Corlett died of wounds received at Gallipoli; Harold P Corlett went from Auckland with the 9th Reinforcement is still serving; Herbert, the eldest brother, is attached to the Divisional Ammunition Column, British Expeditionary Forces. Private Corlett is a brother of Mrs G M Rimblott of Albert Road, Devonport, and prior to enlisting was employed by the Auckland Harbour Board.

CORNISH.
Weekly News, 29th April 1915. Obituary.
Mr J H Cornish, died last week at Auckland Hospital, aged 73 years, he was one of the oldest shipwrights in Auckland. He arrived in Auckland in the ship "Ida Zeigler" 47 years ago.

COSSAR.
G R Cossar, 1933. Teacher at Spreydon School (22).

COSTELLO.
Weekly News, June 1917.
Private Patrick John Costello, who died of wounds in France on 11 May, was the eldest son of William Costello, Te Pu, Rotorua. He left with the Main Body and was wounded at the Dardanelles but recovered from his wounds and went to the front again, where he was again wounded. He was previously in the Public Works Survey Dept where he had been for 18 years. He was born in Gore and was later at Cheviot, Canterbury.

COTTLE.
Edwin J Cottle, Auckland, September 23rd 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

COTTON.
H M Cotton, Canterbury, September 23rd 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

COTTRELL.
News Item. Suicide, 1922
Wilfred Maxwell Cottrell of Christchurch. Contact me for details.

COTTRELL.
Obituary, Herald, 23rd June 1922.
Captain Cottrell of Christchurch, contact me for details.

COUPER.
Funeral Notice.
Herald, 13th September 1940.
On September 12th 1940, at Auckland Hospital, Joyce Edith, nee Turvey, darling loved wife of A J (Joe) Couper, aged 21 years. Also only daughter of Mr and Mrs L Turvey, Birkenhead, and beloved sister inlaw of Roy, Fan, Eileen and Ted. Funeral leaves 132 Crummer Road, Grey Lynn, for Waikumete Cemetery, tomorrow, Saturday, at 2 pm.only

COUTAYNE.
Funeral Notice.
Weekly News, 1896.
On September 21st, at North Shore, Auckland, Susanna Coutayne, age 62 years.

COURT.
Herald, 21st June 1940.
On June 20th 1940, Rose Gertrude, bel wife of J W and loving mother of John, Lynn Woodhams and Brian and sister of Eva Crisp. A short service will be held at her late residence, Marama Terr, Birkenhead, today, Friday at 2 pm The cortege will leave the Birkenhead Vechicular landing, Fanshaw Street, at 3 pm for Waikumete Cemetery.

COURTNEY.
Mary Courtney of Maungakaramea. 1895. Contact for details.

COWAN.
J J Cowan, 10th section, 6th Hauraki Company, 17th June 1915. WW1.

COWAN.
Weekly News, August 1917.
Private James L Cowan, who has died of wounds, was 20 years of age and was educated t Hunua school. He took an active part in all sports in the district and was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Prior to enlisting he was Manager of the Waikato Dairying Co's Cheese factory. Robert Cowan, a younger brother, who has been wounded, was 25 years of age, also was educated at the Hunua school. Mr Cowan, father of the two soldiers, who is 65 years of age, is managing his farm and has refused to appeal for exemption for any of his sons. He has three sons and twelve nephews at the front. They all volunteered for service. One son has been killed and one wounded, while three nephews have been killed and one wounded. Mr Cowan himself was a volunteer for a great number of years and his father saw service in the navy.

COWDREY.
E W Cowdrey, Stanway, 6th July 1916, WW1. Contact me for details.

COWLEY.
27th May 1915.
R H Cowley, Auckland. Contact me for details.

COWPER.
R Cowper, Auckland, 1st July 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

COX.
G T Cox, Wellington, 3rd June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

COX.
New Zealand Times, 24th May 1919.
Obituary for Mr W A Cox, Dunedin. Contact me for details.

COX.
Ed Cox, 6th Section, Hauraki Company, 17th June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

COX.
Funeral Notice.
October 7th, 1922.
On October 6th at the residence, of her son inlaw, F Rogers, 636 Manakau Road, Epsom. Joanna, dearly beloved wife of the late Henry Cox. NZR. age 81 years. The funeral will leave the above address, today, Saturday, at 3 30pm for Waikaraka Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.

COX.
Funeral Notice.
Weekly News, 1896.
On November 4th, at "Elleray" Prospect Rise, Mt Eden, the beloved wife of Edwin Cox. No other details.

COYLE.
Funeral Notice.
Weekly News, 1896.
On October 18th 1896, at the Homeopathic Hospital, the dearly beloved wife of John Coyle, late of Auckland NZ. No other details.

CRAIG.
John R B Craig, Auckland, Personal Paragraph. WW1. Contact me for details.

CRAIG.
Herald, 11th April 1923. Obituary. Scr.
Obituary for Mr Eric Craig of Auckland.

CRAIG.
24th June 1915.
John R B Craig, Auckland. Contact me for details.

CRAIG
R W Craig, Otago, 29th July 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CRAIGHEAD.
Craighead Family, of Ashburton. (22)

CRANE.
Weekly News, 25th January 1917.
Mrs A M Crane, Beresford St, Auckland, has four sons now either in the firing line or on the way. Frank S G Crane, the youngest of seven brothers, a Private in the AIB, at the Somme. Frederick William Crane, the eldest, joined the AIB during the Somme offensive, Bert and Charles Crane, are in camp, George James Crane, the sixth son, is en route to England with reinforcements. Bert and George both have wives who are resident in Auckland.

CRANSTON.
Funeral Notice.
Herald, 16th September 1940.
On September 14th 1940, at her residence, Waihite Road, Te Kuiti, Madeline Letitia, widow of the late Samuel Cranston, in her 68th year. Funeral from the Presbyterian Church, today, Monday at 2 pm.

CRAPP.
G V Crapp, Auckland, 29th July 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CRATHORNE.
Info on Crathorne M of Claremont, South Island. (22).

CRAWFORD.
Funeral Notice.
Mrs Isabella Crawford, formerly of Carterton, died on the 17th of October 1894. No other details.

CRAWFORD.
Crawford family of Maungakaramea. 1895. Contact for details.

CRAWFORD.
E Crawford, Field Artillery, 1st July 1915. WW1. Contact me for details,

CRAWFORD.
News item. Wellington Rowing Regatta, 25th February 1911.
Mr J R Crawford. Contact me for details.

CRAWFORD.
Info on E Crawford of Featherston. 21.

CRAWFORD.
Weekly News, 24th August 1916.
Jack Crawford, Howick, Auckland. Contact me for details.

CRAYNE.
Funeral Notice.
Holmes Crayne, Settler, late of Masterton, died on the 8th of May 1891. No other details.

CREAGH.
Funeral Notice.
June 14th 1924.
On June 13th, at his residence, 13 King Edward Ave, Epsom, Olive Mason Creagh, in his 91st year. The funeral will leave the above address at 2 30pm Sunday, 15th inst, for St Stephens Ave, Parnell. Private interment.

CREEVE.
Funeral Notice.
Caroline Creeve, of Pahiatua, died on the 16th September 1896. No other details.

CREIGHTON.
Funeral Notice.
Weekly News, 1896.
On October 28th, at Onehunga, John, the dearly beloved husband of Eliza and eldest son of Francis and Jane Creighton, Wairoa South, aged 45 years. No other details.

CRESSER.
D C Cresser, Auckland, September 23rd 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CRESSWELL.
A E Cresswell, Canterbury, 3rd June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CREWDSON.
Funeral Notice.
Herald, 16th September 1940.
On September 15th, suddenly, Robert Desmond (Des) dearly beloved only son of James and Ada A Crewdson, 10 Earl Street, Parnell, Auckland, and loved father of Audrey, in his 28th year. The funeral will leave T J McIvor and Sons, 434 Karangahape Road, at 10 30am, tomorrow Tuesday, for Waikumete Cemetery.

CRICHTON.
Funeral Notice.
Otago Witness, 22nd December 1909.
On December 17th 1909, at Wellington, George Crichton, loving husband of Annie Crichton, aged 49 years. No other details.

CRISPIN.
Fred J Crispin, Marlborough, June 29th 1916. WW1. Contact me for details.

CROCKER.
Funeral Notice.
Nelson Colonist.
On the 21st October 1863, at his residence Richmond, Mr John Crocker, late of Hobart town, aged 70 years. No other details.

CROCKETT.
Weekly News, 24th August 1916.
John Crockett, Dunedin. Contact me for details.

CROCKETT.
27th May 1915.
W Crockett, Wellington. Contact me for details.

CROFT.
Funeral Notice.
William Croft, Carter, late of Masterton, died on the 8th of May 1891. No other details.

CROLL.
Funeral Notice.
April 24th 1924.
On April 23rd 1924, at a Private Hospital, Rotorua, Annie, dearly beloved wife of Dave Croll, and beloved daughter of Mrand Mrs W H Gavin, Ellerslie. RIP. Interred at Rotorua.

CROLL.
Funeral Notice.
Herald, 9th September 1940.
On August 21st 1940, at Brisbane, Mary, widow of the late Andrew U Croll, of Sydney, formerly of Waiheke Island, Auckland NZ, mother of Gifford, Raleigh, John, Nell (deceased) and Darcy, aged 77 years .

CROMBIE.
A B Crombie, Canterbury, 17th June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CROMBIE, F W - Advice has been received of the death from wounds of the well known cricketer.

CROMPTON.
D J Crompton, Wellington, 30th September 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CROMPTON.
F Crompton, Wellington, July 29th 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CROMWELL.
Funeral Notice.
Weekly News, 1896.
On the 17th of July, about half past 4 O,clock, a young single man named John Cromwell, aged 26 years, who resides with his father, on the Great North Road, near the Kingsland Road, went into the closet, and putting, it is supposed, a dynamite cartridge in his mouth and blew his head off. About 5pm Mr Cromwell Senior, came to the Eden Terrace station and reported the tragic occurrence to Constable Hinton. ( A very long story, contact me). Funeral Notice reads... On July 17th 1896, through overstudy in working out problems in draughts, John Cromwell, Engineer, dearly beloved son of John and Mary Cromwell of New North Road.

CRONIN.
Funeral Notice.
Maurice William Cronin, late of Featherston, Carpenter, died on the 4th of October 1885. No other details.

CRONIN.
W Cronin, Auckland, 3rd June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CROPP.
Alf W Cropp, Nelson, 1st August 1918. WW1. Contact me for details.

CROSS.
Funeral Notice.
Donald Cross, formerly of Morrisons Bush, Greytown, died on the 20th of January 1892. No other details.

CROSS.
Funeral Notice.
Lot Cross, formerly of Cross Creek, Featherston, died on the 15th of December 1891. No other details.

CROSS.
Funeral Notice.
Mrs Annie Cross, formerly of Featherston, died on the 11th of November 1899. No other details.

CROSS.
Auckland Star, 7th June, 1948.
On June 7th 1948, at Auckland Hospital, Bill, dearly beloved husband of Con and loved friend of Hugh and Mary Dunn, and beloved Godfather of Ken. Sadly missed. No other details.

CROSS.
Funeral Notice.
Thomas Cross, formerly of Morrisons Bush, Greytown, died on the 1st of May 1892. No other details.

CROSS.
Funeral Notice.
April 30th 1924.
On April 29th, killed at Wellington, William Henry, beloved elder son of Richard Cross, late of Newmarket, aged 45 years. No other details.

CROSSAN.
G W Crossan, Otago, 17th June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CROSSAN.
Gilbert Crossan, Roslyn, Personal Paragraph. WW1. Contact me for details.

CROSSAN.
The New Zealand Times, 1919.
Divorce, Alexander and Agnes. Contact me for details.

CROSSE.
Weekly News, 23rd July 1930. Pioneer
Mrs C G Crosse of Palmerston North. Contact me for details.

CROTTY.
J Crotty, Hauraki, 17th June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CROUCH.
Funeral Notice.
September 14th, 1922.
On September 13th, at Auckland. George Crouch, of Waiuku, in his 91st year. The funeral will leave his daughters residence, Stoneleigh, 52 New North Road, at 10 30am today, Thursday, for Waikaraka Cemetery.

CROUCHER.
New Zealand Times, 28th May 1919.
Divorce, Edith and Martin Croucher. Contact me for details.

CROXTON.
Herald, 28th April 1923. Obituary. Scr.
Obituary for Charles Henry Croxton of Christchurch.

CROZIER.
Harry Crozier, Otago, 30th September 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CRUICKSHANK.
Funeral Notice.
Herald, 10th September 1940.
On September 9th 1940, at Auckland Hospital, Donald, beloved husband of Phyllis, and dearly loved son of Mrs A Cruickshank. A short service will be held at the Chapel of Watney and Sibuns, Newmarket, at 10 45am today, Tuesday, leaving afterward for Waikumete Cemetery.

CRUICKSHANK.
Weekly News, 12th October 1916.
Alex Cruickshank, Renwicktown. Contact me for details.

CRUICKSHANK.
Weekly News, 11th January 1917.
Lieutenant Graham Cruickshank, an ex Auckland boy, the son of the late Mr William Cruickshank, and who is serving with the Canadian Forces, has been promoted to the rank of Captain.

CRULLER.
H A B Cruller, Otoroa, 1st August 1918. WW1. Contact me for details.

CRUM.
Weekly News, 24.05.1917
Private Fred A Crum, reported died of wounds on 9 May 1917, was the eldest son of Mr Albert Crum of New Lynn. He was born at Ashburton and finished his education at the Auckland Grammar School where he was a keen rifle shot. At the outbreak of war, though only 19 years of age, he enlisted with his territorial unit, No.1 Field Ambulance. Leaving NZ with the Main Body, he went through the Gallipoli campaign and after the evacuation was laid up with appendicitis for three weeks, his only absence from duty. He was then transferred to the Mounted Field Ambulance with which he was serving at the time of his death.

CRUMP.
Crump J C, 1920. Wyndham Presbyterian Church.(22)

CRUMP.
New Zealand Times, 5th May 1919.
Inquest into the death of George Arthur Crump, Wellington. Contact me for details.

CRYSELL.
Crysell Walter. West Eyreton School. (22)

CUFF.
Lucy Cuff, of Christchurch. (22)

CUFF.
J C L Cuff, Otago, 3rd June 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CUFF.
Weekly News, 1915.
W M Cuff, of Halcombe. Contact me for details.

CUMMING.
Cumming J, of Saint James Presbyterian Church, Newtown.(21)

CUNDY.
Info on C Cundy of Featherston. 21.

CUNNINGHAM.
Funeral Notice.
Herald, 16th September 1940.
On September 14th, at the Auckland Hospital, James Wreford Cunningham, the beloved husband of Esther Cunningham, and eldest son of Mrs S G Cunningham, Catherine Street, Onehunga, and brother of George, Harry and William, aged 64 years. Asleep until the Resurrection Morning. Funeral will leave C H Barkers Chapel, Queen Street, Onehunga, at 10 30am. Private interment. No flowers.

CUNNINGHAM.
C Cunningham, Otago, July 29th 1915. WW1. Contact me for details.

CURNICK.
Weekly News, 24th August 1916.
James Curnick, Waikuku. Contact me for details.

CURRIE.
Funeral Notice.
Palmerston North.
Robert Currie, died on the 20th of April 1898. No other details.

CURRIE.
Funeral Notice.
Herald, 9th July 1923.
On July 6th 1923, Lawrence Watson, "Poll' youngest son of the late Edward Currie, and Mary Currie, 88 Union Street, killed in Ongarue Railway accident. aged 17 years and 10 months. The funeral will leave his late residence at 10 30am, tomorrow, Tuesday, for Waikumete Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.

CUTHBERTSON.
Sanson.
Funeral Notice.
Mr Cuthbertson, died on the 19th of September 1896, Baker, committed suicide. No other details.

CVITANOVICH.
Weekly News, News Item, 14th May 1925.
Matakohe Races. Mr Tadija Cvitanovich. Contact me for details.