GAINSWORTHY. Weekly News, 12th October 1916. Walter Gainsworthy, Auckland.
GAIR. Weekly News, 03.05.1917 Sergeant C Gair, NZRR, has been awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He has performed consistent good work throughout and has at all times set a splendid example.
GALBRAITH. Weekly News, 21st December 1916. R Galbraith, Wellington.
GALBRAITH. News Item. Wellington Rowing Regatta, 25th February 1911. Mr N Galbraith. Contact me for details.
GALBRAITH. Funeral Notice, Herald, 26th June 1922. On June 25th 1922, at the residence of her son, A S Galbraith, 7 Russell Street, Stanley Bay. Jessie Mitchell Galbraith, widow of the late Duncan Galbraith, Campbelltown, Argyllshire, and beloved mother of George, Archibald, and Malcolm Galbraith, in her 78th year. Private interment, no flowers by request of Deceased.
GALBRAITH. John Galbraith's Royal Hotel at Invercargill, 1860s , South Island.(22)
GALBRAITH. Weekly News, 20th January 1916. James Galbraith, Wellington.
GALE. 24th June 1915. J H Gale, Auckland.
GALLAGHER. Weekly News, 21st December 1916. E M Gallagher, Auckland.
GALLAGHER. Herald, 9th July 1914. Report of Death. An old resident of Auckland, Mr John Gallagher, died yesterday, at his residence, Jervios Road, Ponsonby. Some years ago, the deceased conducted the Metropolitan and British Hotels, also several country Hostelries, he was very popular in the trade. The interment takes place at the Symonds Street, Cemetery, this morning.
GALLAGHER. 2nd May 1945. C J Gallagher of Oamaru.
GALLAGHER. Weekly News, 3rd September 1914. A Trooper named Matthew Gallagher, of Sydenham, aged 28 years, fell off a tramcar while returning to camp from Christchurch on Sunday evening, and was severley injured. He was removed to the hospital, but died shortly after arriving. The deceased was one of the survivors of the Saltwater Creek boating fatality of 2 or 3 years ago. No other details.
GALLOWAY. Herald, 11th July 1923. In affectionate rememberance, of my loving wife Euphy, who passed away on July 11th 1922. Inserted by her loving husband Neil Galloway.
GAMBLING. Weekly News, 10th August 1916. E W Gambling, Paeroa.
GAPES VALLEY, School Roll. (22)
Contact me for lookups, 1881 to 1946.
GARAWAY. Herald, 17th August 1914. Funeral Notice. On August 11th 1914, at the Kawakawa Hospital, Annie Elizabeth, the dearly beloved youngest daughter of H and H Garaway, aged 25 years. No other details.
GARDEN. Info on Garden William Henry of Otago, 1940. (22).
GARDINER. At the Wairau Hospital, Blenheim, on the 7th August 1929, John, dearly loved husband of Celia Gardiner, of Tua Marina, Blenheim, aged 32 years. No other details.
GARDINER. Herald, 1st October 1957. Agnes Young, on September 29th 1957, at Hamilton, loved wife of the late David Gardiner, late of Albert Street, Hamilton and dearly loved mother of Nessie, (Mrs W Horsnell) Mag, (Mrs J A Wainscott of 11 Union Street, Hamilton and Norman. Aged 90 years. Service at Knox Presbyterian Church, today, Tuesday at 2pm, funeral then leaving for Hamilton Lawn Cemetery.
GARDNER. Info on Gardner C N of Otago, 1940. (22).
GARDNER. Weekly News, 4th June 1941. N N Gardner of Auckland. Contact me for details.
GARLAND. 20th August 1941. D W Garland, Auckland.
Weekly News, 11.01.1917
Second Lieutenant H G de F, Infantry, of Hamilton, has been awarded
the Military Cross: "Kept the Brigade continuously supplied with munitions
and stores under very heavy fire. He set a splendid example to his men
throughout. He had previously done very fine work."
GARMONSWAY. Edward Garmonsway of Alexandra/Pirongia. Contact me for details.
GARRIOCK. Weekly News, 18th June 1941. A I Garriock of Christchurch. Contact me for details.
GASPARICH. 27th May 1915. J G Gasparich, Auckland.
GATCHELL. 23rd July 1941. C S Gatchell of Timaru.
GAUDIN. News item. Wellington Rowing Regatta, 25th February 1911. Mr W J Gaudin. Contact me for details.
GAULT. Weekly News, 13th January 1916. R V Gault, Auckland.
GAVEY. Weekly News, 23rd July 1930. Death/Inquest. Motor Cyclists Death. Mr John Langford Garvey of Auckland, killed at Horotiu. Contact me for details.
GEANGE. Weekly News, 24th June 1915. J W Geange, Manawatu.
GEARY. Elizabeth Geary's North Star Hotel at Invercargill, South Island.(22)
GEDDES. Geddes Railway Hotel at Clinton, South Island. 1895. (22)
GEESON. Info on H Geeson of Dommett, Cheviot. 1899. (22)
GELSTON. A J Gelston of Northern Wairoa. 1902. Contact for details.
GEMMINGS. Weekly News, May 1917.
A returned soldier, Private T A C Gemmmings, died at Kopu on Friday and was accredited a military funeral on Sunday. He left with the main body and was invalided home twelve months ago, having been shot through the lungs at Gallipoli. Three sons of Mr & Mrs Gemmings have given their lives for their country during the present war, the other two having been killed in action, while a fourth has been invalided to England. Two sons in law are also serving.
GEMPTON. Weekly News, 27th August 1925. Report of death. The death occurred on Sunday at Napier of Mr Samuel Gempton, Verger at Saint Pauls Cathedral. The late Mr Gempton was born in Cornwall and was a deep-sea fisherman by occupation. On arrival in New Zealand he carried on his calling a Port Ahuriri, but later gave it up and for the past 12 years was Verger at the Cathedral. Four sons are left to mourne their loss. No other details. No other details.
GENNON. 1st October 1941. P Gennon of Granity, Westport.
GENTIL. Mr Gentil of Alexandra/Pirongia. Contact me for details.
GEORGE. Auckland Star, 7th June, 1948. On May 26th, at Green Lane Hospital, Lydia Fanny, dearly beloved 3rd daughter of Mr and Mrs E T Price, Bird in Hand Hill, Thames. No other details.
GEORGE. Fanny George, of Christchurch. (22)
GEORGE. Herald, 23rd July 1914. On 21st July 1914, at his residence, 44 Hobson Street, Richard, dearly loved husband of Sarah George, and only son of Mary Jane George, aged 48 years. Private interment, Thursday at 2 30pm.
GEORGE. Weekly News, 4th June 1941. T S George of Alfredton, Eketahuna. Contact me for details.
GEORGE. Weekly News, 10th August 1916. R George, Wellington.
GERRAND. Weekly News, News Item, 14th May 1925. A question of age. Harry Gerrand of Auckland.
GIBB. 24th June 1915. William James Gibb, Auckland.
GIBBON. Weekly News, 31.05.1917. Private Harold Gibbon, reported as killed on 5 May, was well known in Auckland as a seaman. For the last three years being enlisting, he was in the employ of the Auckland Harbour Board as deck hand on the tug Te Awhina. He is the third employee of the Harbourmaster's department who has been killed fighting for his country. His father and mother reside at Masterton.
GIBBS. 27th May 1915. P F Gibbs, Field Engineers.
GIBBS. Herald 1914 O Scr. Report of death for Isaac Gibbs.
GIBBS. Info on Gibbs G E of Otago, 1940. (22).
GIBBS. Weekly News, 21st December 1916. A C G Gibbs, Dannevirke.
GIBSON. Weekly News, July 1917.
Private Albert J B Gibson, reported wounded, is the eldest son of Mr F R Gibson, late of Te Awamutu. He had been only a short time in France when he was wounded. His young brother, Noel P Gibson, sailed with the Main Body, and was present at the landing at Gallipoli but was lost at Hill 60 on 28 August 1915. Another brother, George W Gibson, sailed with an early reinforcement drafts and after a few months in Egypt, was killed in action at Kantar on 9 August 1916. His youngest brother Fred is now on active service. The only brother of the family left is married.
GIFFORD. At Blenheim, on the 7th October 1929, Lois Ngaire, dearly loved daughter of Bernard and Rose Gifford, of Rapaura, aged 11 months. No other details.
GILCHRIST. Auckland Star, 10th June, 1948. On June 9th 1948, at 103 Grange Road, Mount Eden, Margaret Kincaid, widow of the late John Gilchrist, and loved sister of Isabell and Frank Alexander, Mrs L H Carroll and Mrs T Trower. Private Cremation from Watney and Sibuns Chapel, Khyber Pass, Newmarket, at 11 30am, tomorrow, Friday.
GILBERD. Herald, 26th April 1922. Obituary for James Brouse Gilberd, late of Wanganui.
GILL. Weekly News, 23rd November 1916. G Gill, of Otago, died of wounds. Contact me for details.
GILL. Weekly News, 27th August 1925. The death is announced of Mrs Edmund Gill, aged 91 years, who for 50 years was a resident of the Auckland Province. Mrs Gill arrived in Auckland with her husband over 50 years ago and they settled in the Tuakau district. Mr Gill died 30 years ago, and latterly Mrs Gill resided with her daughter Mrs H H Abbott of Mt Eden.rs Gill was the mother of 19 children of whom 14 survive her. There are 53 Grandchildren and 43 Great grandchildren.
GILL. 1st October 1941. T F Gill of Wellington.
GILL. Funeral Notice, Herald, 26th June 1922. On June 25th, at the residence of Mr J Richards, Seddon Street, Pukekohe, suddenly, James Alfred Gill, aged 52 years. Funeral will leave the Methodist Church at 2 30pm , today, Tuesday. Friends please accept this intimation. No other details.
GILLANDER. 24th June 1915. F N Gillander, Auckland.
GILLARD. Weekly News, April 1917.
The family of Mrs Gillard, East Tamaki, has already provided three soldiers for the NZEF and will shortly make a number up to five. F Gillard was killed at Gallipoli, Tom has been wound and is in hospital in France; Ben is in camp at Trentham, while Louis and D Gillard have enlisted and will go into camp shortly.
GILLESPIE. R Gillespie of Albany. Contact me for details.
GILLESPIE. Herald, 1st October 1957. Violet Evelyn, On September 28th 1957, at Auckland, dearly beloved wife of the late Thomas Ernest Gillespie and loved mother of Hean, (Mrs E Short, Waiuku.) Joan, (Mrs F Owen, Melbourne and Dianne, (Mrs A Hansen, Te Kuiti) and loved Nana for Peter, David, Wayne, Alayne, aged 69 years. RIP. A service will be held at W H Tongue and Sons Chapel today, Tuesday at 1pm, funeral then leaving for Hillsborough Cemetery. Other notice has the following people. Aunt of Moya and Lionel Smith,
GILLETT. Herald, 13th June 1940. On June 12th 1940, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs A E Collis, Kelvenside Terrace, Avondale, after a long illness, Emily, late of Gloucestershire, England, in her 80th year. Dearly Loved. Funeral will leave the above address, Tomorrow (Friday) at 2pm for Rosebank Road Cemetery.
GILLEY. Weekly News, 14th February 1934 . Accidents, and Deaths, John Gilley of Te Tumu.
GILLIES. Info on Gillies Arthur William of Otago, 1940. (22).
GILLIES. Info on Gillies Archibald of Otago, 1940. (22).
GILLIGAN. Weekly News, 12th October 1916. B Gilligan, Patea.
GILLINGHAM. Edna and Jack Gillingham of Maungakaramea. 1895. Contact for details.
GILMORE. W O Gilmore, 1933. Teacher at Spreydon School (22).
GILMOUR. Weekly News, 24th August 1916. A J Gilmour, Manaia.
GILMOUR. 27th May 1915. J B Gilmour, Otago.
GILROY. Weekly News, August 1917.
Private Neil Gilroy, who was killed in action on 7 June, in his 22nd year, was the youngest of three brothers who have been serving in the war. His eldest brother, Private John Gilroy, was wounded at the Somme in September last and has been invalided home. Private James Gilroy, the fourth brother, enlisted in the Main Body of the Australian Forces and also was invalided home to Australia from Gallipoli. Private Neil Gilroy, who was born at Coromandel, worked for some years in Auckland prior to enlistment in the 7th Reinforcements. His mother resides at 18 Rile St, Ponsonby.
GIRVEN. Weekly News, 4th June 1941. J W Girven of Moerewa, Bay of Islands. Contact me for details.
GITTOS. Herald, 21st September 1940. Obituary for Mrs Annie Christian Gittos, late of Stanley Point, Auckland.
GLASGOW. Weekly News, 20th January 1916. D C Glasgow, Wellington.
GLASGOW. Herald, 7th August 1914. Funeral Notice. On August the 5th, at Avondale Road, Avondale, Robert the dearly beloved husband of Nancy Glasgow, late of Pukekohe, aged 84 years. The funeral will leave his late residence for Waikumete Cemetery, today, Friday at 2 pm. Friends please accept this intimation. No flowers, no mourning.
GLASS. Herald, 25th August 1914. On August 21st 1914, at Auckland, suddenly, Archibald Glass, late of Maioro, Waiuku. Interred yesterday at Waiuku.
GLASSFORD. Merv Glassford of Awapuni. Contact me for details.
GLAZER. Weekly News, 2nd April 1941. S Glazer, Wellington.
GLEDHILL. Weekly News, 24th June 1915. G Gledhill, Waikato.
GLEDHILL. Weekly News, 23rd August 1944. J A Gledhill of Wellington. Contact me for details.
GLEESON. Auckland Star, 15th May, 1948. On May 14th, at the Auckland Hospital, Bronwen, dearly loved youngest daughter of Thelma and George Gleeson, Waiharara, North Auckland, age 8 months. RIP. Funeral will leave the Chapel of James McIvor and Co, Otahuhu, at 1pm Monday for the Otahuhu Lawn Cemetery.
GLENGARRY. 1st October 1941. O H Glengarry of Sawyers Bay, Otago.
GLEW. Glew Samuel. West Eyreton School. (22)
GLINK. Weekly News, 10th August 1916. Fred Glink, Northern Wairoa.
GLINK. Red Hill, Northland. 1913. Emma and Lenna Glink. Contact me for details.
GLYNES. Auckland Star, 1st June, 1948. On May 31st 1948, at Auckland, William Randall, late of Avondale, second son of the late John and Susan Glynes. A service will be held at Arthur Holmes and Sons Ltd McColl Street, Newmarket, tomorrow, Wednesday at 11am, funeral then leaving for the Crematorium. No flowers by request. (Second notice), Uncle of Wilfred and Donald Webster and Alice Wilson.
GODFREY. Weekly News, 24th June 1915. J A Godfrey, Canterbury.
Weekly News, 6th September 1917.
Two sons of the late Mr John Godsell of the Waikato District have been killed in action and another has been wounded. Private Amos William Godsell, who was killed at Messines on the 7th of June was educated at one of the Roman Catholic convent schools and the Onehunga High School. He went to Samoa with the Advance Guard and 8 months later returned to New Zealand and left again with the 17th Reinforcements. He was killed by shrapnel whilst carrying ammunition to the front lines, death being instantaneous. He was aged 20 years and resided for some time in Wellington where he identified himself with every RC movement. Private John Amos Godsell, who also left with the 17th reinforcements, Was killed in action at Flanders on the 15th of August, aged 24. Another brother, James Richmond Godsell, who is doing duty in Palestine has been wounded.
GOING. Weekly News, 15th July 1915. On the 6th of July 1915, Victoria Hospital, Wellington, Private Charles Going, 3rd son of
Joseph C and Annie Going, Kamo, Whangarei, died of pneumonia following measles, aged 20years and 9 months. No other details.
GOING. Info on L Going of Dommett, Cheviot. 1899. (22)
GOLD. Weekly News, 21st December 1916. R E Gold, Kowai Bush.
GOLDER. Funeral Notice, Herald, 23rd June 1922. On 22nd June 1922, at Hospital, dearly beloved wife of Henry, aged 23 years. Deeply regretted. Funeral will leaver Mr Fowlers, 35 Aitkin Terrace, tomorrow, Saturday at 2 pm. Friends please accept this intimation.
GOLDIE. Herald 1914. Acc Scr. Report of accident for Thomas and wife of Gore.
GOLDSMITH. Weekly News, 24th June 1915. A W Goldsmith, Field Artillery.
GOMEZ. Weekly News, 23rd July 1930. News Item Escape from Hospital. Francis Gomez of Auckland. Contact me for details.
GOODALL. Weekly News, 12th October 1916. Les S Goodall, Motueka
GOODALL. 13th July 1916. A Goodall, Auckland.
GOODALL. 12th October 1916. Les S Goodall, Motueka.
GOODALL. 13th July 1916. J C Goodall, Auckland.
GOODALL. Weekly News, 18th June 1941. H N Goodall of Matamata. Contact me for details.
GOODARE. Herald, 24th June 1940. On June 22nd 1940, at his late residence, Kenderdine Road, Papatoetoe, Benjamin Watson, dearly beloved husband of Jean, aged 75 years. Funeral will leave the above address today, Monday at 2pm for Papatoetoe Public Cemetery.
GOODMAN. Herald, 24th August 1914. Report of accident, Mr H Goodman of Auckland. Contact me for details.
GOODWIN. 20th August 1941. V Goodwin, Auckland.
GOODWIN. Auckland Star, 10th June, 1948. On Sunday June 6th 1948, at his residence, Queens Road, Fitzroy, New Plymouth, Isaac, widower of the late Catherine Goodwin, and loved father of Frances and Kate, in his 84th years. No other details.
GOODWIN. Auckland Star, 8th June, 1948. On June 8th 1948, at Auckland Hospital, Donald Joseph Goodwin, of Whangarei, beloved husband of Leah Josephine, and devoted father of Jill and Judy, in his 45th year. A service will be held at Watney and Sibuns Chapel, Khyber Pass, Newmarket, at 3pm on Thursday, the funeral then leaving for the Crematorium.
GOODWIN. 20th July 1916. N P Goodwin, Hukanui.
GORDON. C Gordon, of South New Brighton.(22)
GORDON. Herald, 17th June 1940. On June 15th, at the Whakatane Hospital, Albert Hector, dearly loved husband of Gladys Gordon and father of Ron of Gisborne and Doug of Te Teko, aged 53 years. No other details.
GORDON. Info on Gordon William Ralph of Otago, 1940. (22).
GOUGH. Weekly News, 2nd April 1941. D W Gough, Palmerston North.
GOVAN. Weekly News, 23rd November 1916. J A Govan, of Tuakau. Contact me for details.
Weekly News, 26th November 1914.
On the 17th of November 1914, at his residence, cnr Baillie and Richmond Streets, Thames, Joseph, husband of Lily, aged 74 years.
GOW. Herald, 29th April 1922. Obituary for John D Gow of Auckland.
GRAFTON. Weekly News, 17th March 1927. Horse and car collide, A deep wound was sustained by a lad of 16, Lionel Howard Grafton, who resided with his parents in Abbotts Way, Remuera. The boy was riding on horseback along Panmure Road, and when close to Panmure he collided with a motor car driven by Mr G Gensen, of Massey Road, St Heliers. Mr Gensen drove the lad to hospital.
GRAHAM. Weekly News, 23rd November 1916. J L Graham, of Gisborne. Contact me for details.
GRAHAM. Auckland Star, 15th May, 1948. On May 13th 1948, suddenly at Coromandel, Violet Mavis, loving eldest daughter of Eliza and the late William Graham, of Bird in Hand Hill, Thames, and loving sister of William, Ivy, Adeline, Nancy, Gladys and Winnie, aged 49 years. A service will be held at the above address at 3 15pm today, Saturday, funeral then leaving for Totara Cemetery.
GRAHAM. Herald, 11th June 1940. On June 8th 1940, at a Private Hospital, suddenly, Olive Mabel, dearly loved daughter of Mr and Mrs E George of Pokeno, aged 21 years. Safe in the arms of Jesus.
GRAHAM. Weekly News, Death/Inquest. , 14th May 1925. Horotiu accident. Hector and Winifred Graham killed in motor accident. Contact me for details.
GRAINGER. 4th June 1941. C K Grainger of Henderson, Auckland.
GRANT. 1st October 1941. R S Grant of Hamilton.
GRANT. Boer War, 20th February 1902. A Grant, Ninth New Zealand Contingent, Number Four Squadron.
GRANT. Weekly News, 24th June 1915. Charles Grant, Waikato.
GRANT. Weekly News, June 1917. Private Harold Grant, who died of sickness on 28th May last, was born at Mahurangi Heads and was the eldest son of Mr Angus Grant of Warkworth. He was 27 years of age. From his early youth he was fond of aquatics and was a keen yacht and launch man. At the age of 16 he joined the barque Aldebaran. Captain Matheson, in the inter-colonial trade, afterwards joining the Northern Steam ship Co. At the time of his enlistment Private Grant was mate of the Waipu.
GRANT. Weekly News, 20th January 1916. C K Grant, Wellington.
GRANT. 13th July 1916. G J Grant, Maungaturoto.
GRANT. Herald, 10th July 1923. Obituary for A M Grant, Te Whaiti, Bay of Plenty.
GRANVILLE. Weekly News, 4th June 1941. J J Granville of Auckland. Contact me for details.
GRATTAN. Weekly News, 4th June 1941. P S Grattan of Auckland. Contact me for details.
GRAVESON. Info on Ella Graveson of Spotswood, Cheviot. 1896. (22)
GRAY. Info on Gray family of Ethelton, Cheviot. 1930. (22)
GRAY. Weekly News, 18th June 1941. W C Gray of Dunedin. Contact me for details.
GRAY. Weekly News, 14th April 1943. B Gray, Auckland.
GRAY. Herald, 10th August 1914. Funeral Notice. On August the 8th 1914, at Taupaki, James Brodie, dearly beloved 2nd son of R and M Gray, in his 26th year. The funeral will leave his late residence for Kumeu Cemetery, at 1pm, today, Monday.
Weekly News, 11th January 1917
2nd Lieutenant W A Gray, Rifle Brigade, of Mt Eden, has been awarded the
Military Cross: "Assumed command of his company and led it with great
courage and determination, capturing the position and re-organising his
line. He set a splendid example to his men."
GRAY. 20th August 1941. J A Gray, Paekakariki.
GRAY. 20th August 1941. P M Gray, Wellington.
GRAY. Weekly News, March 1918. Private Alexander Gray, well known in scholastic and rugby football circles in Canterbury, died in Christchurch Hospital on Friday from the effects of wounds received in action in France. He left NZ with the 23rd Reinforcements as a Sergeant, was wounded in the hip and invalided back to New Zealand, arriving in Christchurch last Tuesday. He took his BA degree at Canterbury College in 1895 and was master in charge of the secondary department at Akaroa District High School when he obtained leave of absence to enable him to go on active service. In his younger days he was an enthusiastic rugby footballer and was one of the earliest members of the Canterbury College Club in whose first fifteen he played as a forward.
GRAY. Weekly News, March 1918. Flight Lieutenant F Gray, whose parents reside in Auckland, and who has returned on Transport No. 147, enlisted in Eketahuna as a gunner in the Main Body. He exchanged into the Royal Flying Corps and qualified in two months. He is home on furlough.
GRAY. Weekly News, 7th March 1962. Gray family, Reunion.
GREER. Brookby 1930. Bill and Kathleen Greer. Contact me for details.
GREEN. 27th May 1915. Gerald Green, Otago.
GREEN. Dorothy Green of Awapuni. Contact me for details.
GREEN. Weekly News, 24th June 1915. Thomas Green, Canterbury.
GREENHALGH. Weekly News, 12th October 1916. E D Greenhalgh, Ponsonby.
GREENOUGH. Otaki William Greenough, died on the 12th of January 1882, Publican.
Herald, 2nd January 1866.
On 23rd December at Russell, Bay of Islands, after a short illness, Louisa, youngest daughter of Mr George Greenway, of that place, age 25 years, much respected and deeply regretted, by a numerous circle of friends.
GREENWOOD. Auckland Star, 2nd June, 1948. On May 31st 1948 at Middlemore Hospital, Adelaide, dearly loved wife of Richard George, of Manurewa, formerly of Croydon, London, loved mother of Edwin of Manurewa, Cecil of Masterton, and Gwen of Manurewa, formerly of Croydon, loved mother inlaw of Rae and Lorne and grandma of Doreen, Moyra, Ronald, Pamela, Lynette and Fay, aged 68 years. Safe in the arms of Jesus A service will be held at Watney Sibuns Chapel, Khyber Pass, New market, at 12 30pm today, Wednesday, the funeral then leaving for Waikumete Cemetery.
GREENWOOD. Weekly News, 13th January 1916. G C Greenwood, Auckland.
GREGORY. Weekly News, 20th February 19O2. A good farm in a good neighbourhood, all ploughable and mostly in grass, 217 acreas, close to Railway Station, Creamery, Store, and Church, splendid Native bush,, deep water creeks, one acrea orchard, in full bearing, seven roomed house, large outbuildings, inspection invited. Full particulars from owner. E Gregory, Buckland.
GREGORY. Herald, July 30th 1914. An old man named James Gregory was found dead in his Whare, Helensville, Kaipara Heads, on Sunday. An inquest was held at Helensville, when a verdict was returned that death was due to heart failure and senile decay. The deceased was a very old resident of the district and highly respected. In his younger days he was in the Navy, and he also fought in the Maori War.
GREIG. B "Jock" Greig, Wellington. 2nd December 1915, WW1.
GREIG. 29 June 1916. Robert W Greig, Ngaere.
GREIG. 13th July 1916. Alex Greig, Rangiora.
GRELLETT. Taieri District. Bio for Mr George Grellett.
GREVILLE. Herald, 7th September 1923. Obituary for Mr R P Greville, of late of Invercargill and Auckland.
Weekly News, 1896. On September 3rd, at Avondale, John Grey, Cordial Manufacturer, Eden Cres, aged 68 years.
GREY. Auckland Star, 18th June, 1948. Wedding Anni for Mr and Mrs George William Grey of Auckland.
GRIBBON. Auckland Star, 16th June, 1948. Obituary for Nicholas Gribbon of Te kuiti.
Herald, 1st December 1866.
On the 2nd November, at Mt Blackwood, Victoria, by the accidental falling in of a shaft, Henry, the beloved brother of Charles Gribble of Melbourne, and James Gribble of Wakefield Street, Auckland, and formerly of Camburn, Cornwall, age 35 years, leaving a widow and 6 children to lament their loss. Cornwall papers please copy. No other details.
GRIEVE. Grieve A, 1905. Wyndham Presbyterian Church.(22)
GRIEVE. Herald, 10th August 1914. Funeral Notice. On August 8th 1914, at her late residence, O'Rorke Ave, Remuera, Elsie Brown, beloved wife of Robert Grieve, aged 45 years. Funeral will above address for Waikaraka Cemetery, today, Monday at 3pm. Friends please accept this intimation.
GRIFFIN. Paddy Griffin of Maungakaramea. 1895. Contact for details.
GRIFFITH. 27th May 1915. J C Griffith, Wellington.
GRIFFITHS. 1st October 1941. V H Griffiths of Auckland.
GRIFFITHS. Weekly News, April 1917.
Rifleman George Arthur Griffiths, lately reported to have died of disease, was a member of a family which has sent three sons on active service. Their father, Mr Thomas Griffiths, lives at Okoroire. At the time of enlistment he was employed at Huntly. In Egypt he was engaged in desert operations. After arrival in France he fought in the early part of the Somme advance but just prior to his fatal illness he was employed on railway construction. His brother Ralph enlisted early in the war and fought at Gallipoli. He is now in France where he was wounded on 16th September. Another brother, Thomas, has volunteered for the Army Postal Corps.
GRIMSHAW. Herald, 20th September 1940. Obituary for Mrs Gertrude Mary Grimshaw, nee Wolley, of Kamo, Whangarei.
GRIMSTONE. Boer War, 20th February 1902. A Grimstone, Ninth New Zealand Contingent, Number Four Squadron.
GRIMWADE. Weekly News, 24th June 1915. L R Grimwade, Auckland.
GROVES. Herald, 11th October 1952. Diamond Wedding Anniversary of Mr and Mrs F W Groves of Masterton. Contact me for details.
GRUBB. Boer War, 20th February 1902. F T Grubb, Taranaki Section of the Ninth Contingent.
GRUBB. 2nd May 1945. J H Grubb of Wanganui.
GUDGEON. Weekly News, 24th June 1915. R F Gudgeon, Canterbury.
GUILFORD. Weekly News, 16th March 1916. G E Guilford, Auckland.
GUISE. Herald, July 30th 1914. On July 24th at Marrickville, N.S.W. Waller, the dearly beloved husband of Mary Guise, late of Papakura. No other details.
GUNN. Otago Witness, 28th June 1932.
Mr and Mrs Rose Gunn, celebrated their Golden Wedding last Friday evening, the former having, tho still a hale and hearty man reached the advanced age of 84 years simultaneously with the event. Mr Gunn was for years a resident of Lawrence and the surrounding district and while there he engaged in many occupations. He was by turn closely identified, with Gold mining, Coal mining, Brickmaking and Farming, and was for a long period of years well known as the popular local carrier of goods in Lawrence. Some years ago he retired from active business pursuits and took up his abode at 7 Moana Cresent, Andersons Bay, where the function alluded to was held. The party present consisted almost entirely of relatives of Mr and Mrs Gunn, but included one or two very old friends of Mr Gunn. A thoroughly enjoyable evening was spent, principally in card playing, and the entertainment of the guests was of a most hospitable character.
GUNN. Weekly News, 10th August 1916. Charles Gunn, Waitara.
GUNN. Herald, 19th June 1940. On June 17th at the Auckland Hospital, Donald Albert Gunn, late of Pebble-ton, Canterbury and Te Teko. NZEF, aged 63 years. Funeral will leave the Chapel of Tilton and Opie, 150 Great North Road, Grey Lynn, today, Wednesday at 11am for the Waikumete Soldiers Cemetery .
GUNN. 15th April 1942. R V Gunn of Papakura, Auckland.
GUTHRIE. Weekly News, 23rd November 1916. G W Guthrie, of Merivale. Contact me for details.
Weekly News, 11.01.1917
Second Lieutenant R Howard, previously reported missing on 1 October 1916, was killed by shell fire on that date. He is the son of Mr R Gutteridge of the Colonial Sugar Refining Co. staff.
GUY. Herald, 17th June 1940. On June 15th 1940, at his residence, 12 Cameron Road, Napier, Matthew, dearly beloved husband of Emily and father of Robert and Cecil Guy, late of Raurimu, Main trunk, aged 81 years.
GWYER. Auckland Star, 15th May, 1948. On May 14th 1948, suddenly at Auckland Hospital, William Thomas, most respected loyal friend of Lily and the late John Kelsall, aged 59 years. A service will be held at Watney and Sibuns Chapel, Khyber Pass, Newmarket, at 10 30am on Monday, the funeral then leaving for the Crematorium.