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HACKER.
Wairarapa.
Mrs Elizabeth Hacker, of Masterton, died on the 18th of January 1888. No other details.

HADDLER .
Wairarapa.
Sophia Haddler, of Featherston, died on the 23rd of January 1889. No other details.

HADDON.
Wellington Paper.
John Haddon, died on the 8th March 1889. No other details.

HADFIELD.
John Hartry Hadfield of Marlborough, South Island. Obituary.(22)

HAIGH.
Haigh N, of Saint James Presbyterian Church, Newtown.(21)

HAINES.
Wairarapa.
William Henry Welch Haines, of Greytown, died on the 6th of April 1885. No other details.

HAINES.
Nelson Colonist.
On the 28th of April 1859, in her 86th year, Mrs Elizabeth Haines, the mother of Mr Thomas Butler of Blackland Farm, the oldest female and probably the oldest person in the Province.

HALCOMBE.
Marton.
Christopher Henry Halcombe, Clerk Holy Ord, died on the 13th of May 1877. No other details.

HALE.
Mr A M Hale of Marlborough, South Island.(22)

HALES.
Wellington Paper.
William Henry Hales, died on the 13th July 1909. No other details.

HALEY.
A Healey of Albany. Contact me for details.

HALL.
Obituary, Weekly News, 27th May 1915.
Mr John William Hall, a very old and respected resident of Thames, died on Monday, aged 85 years. He was a chemist and a native of Leicestershire, and came to New Zealand on the ship "Egmont" in 1857. With his cousin, Mr Bassett, he made a tour of the North by a Cutter, inspecting land. He then purchased a farm at Mangere in partnership with the late Colonel Lyon, and served with the Militia for Home Defence during the Maori Wars, and was at Thames at the opening of the goldfields where he went into business as a Chemist, having served his apprenticeship in London. He was in partnership with Mr Thomas Spencer. His native tree plantation near Thames is well known to botanists and he has distributed native tree seeds all over the world. He was a veritable encyclopaedia on all matters relating to New Zealand plants and ferns.

HALL.
Wellington Paper.
Albert Hall, died on the 19th June 1894. No other details.

HALL.
Herald 1914. O Scr.
Obituary for Joseph Hall of Lower Hutt.

HALL.
Wellington Paper.
David Hall, died on the 8th November 1907. No other details.

HALL.
Wellington Paper.
Edward John Hall, died on the 18th June 1907.No other details.

HALL.
Wellington Paper.
George Hall, of Tawa Flat, died on the 3rd of December 1896.No other details.

HALL.
Marton.
Joseph Hall, died on the 16th of February 1894, Farmer. No other details.

HALL.
Wellington Paper.
Thomas Wray Hall, died on the 5th June 1898. No other details.

HALMSHAW.
Weekly News, 23rd July 1930. Obituary
Tom Halmshaw of Palmerston North. Contact me for details.

HAMDLIN.
News Item, 1911.
H Hamdlin of Canterbury Rowing Club.Contact me for details.

HAMILTON.
Weekly News, 1915.
C E Hamilton, of Christchurch. Contact me for details.

HAMILTON.
Herald, 22nd June 1940.
On June 21st 1940, at Auckland Hospital, Jane, eldest daughter of the late Hugh and Agnes Hamilton, Thames, beloved sister of Mennie, Jeffrey and the late Hugh Hamilton. Funeral leaving for Tararu, Thames, after service at W H Tongues Chapel, Mount Eden Road, 9 50am today.

HAMLYN.
George Hamlyn of Arapohue. 1911. Contact for details.

HAMMERICH.
Nelson Evening Mail, 16th July 1869.
On July 5th at her residence, Upper Moutere. Catherine, 3rd daughter of Mr Charles Hammerich, aged 18 years and 6 months. No other details.

HAMMOND.
Herald, 29th July 1914. Funeral Notice.
On July 28th, at the residence of her son, W J Adams, Tararu, Thames, widow of the late Thomas Hammond, aged 81 years. No other details.

HAMPTON.
Herald, July 30th 1914. Funeral Notice.
On July 29th, at the Auckland Hospital, Caroline Hampton, nee Crawford, beloved wife of Robert Hampton, aged 63 years. The funeral will leave her sons residence, Edwin Crawford, (next Coyles Coach Factory. ) New North Road, Eden Terrace, for Waikumete Cemetery, Friday at 2 pm. Friends please accept this intimation.

HANISEY.
News Item, 1943
Caroline Hanisey. Auckland. Contact me for details.

HANNA.
Weekly News, 15th July 1915. Funeral Notice.
On the 12th June 1915, Mercury Bay, Anne Jane, relict of late John Hanna, late of Tulleyvallen, Co. Armagh, Ireland, aged 75 years. No other details.

HANRAHAN.
Weekly News, 2nd April 1941.
D T F Hanrahan, Ashburton.

HANSEN.
Herald 1914. Acc Scr.
Report of accident for Fred Hansen of Motu, Gisborne.

HANSON.
Hanson Jack of Levin. Contact me. (21)

HARDING.
of Northern Wairoa. 1902. Contact for details.

HARE.
News Item, 1883
W Hare of Auckland, Personal Column. Contact me for details.

HARESNAPE.
Auckland Star, 1st June, 1948.
On June 1st 1948, at Auckland Hospital, Edith Alice, dearly beloved wife of Donald (Dinnie) Haresnape, 21 King Street, Grey Lynn, and loved mother of Don and mother inlaw of Gwen and grandmother of Brian, aged 59 years. A service will be held at W H Tongue and Sons Chapel, Thursday at 1 45pm, funeral then leaving for Waikumete Crematorium.

HARLEY.
Weekly News, 11 January 1917.
Captain H S Harley, Infantry, of Nelson, has been awarded the Military Cross: "Handled his men with great courage and skill under very trying circumstances. Later during an enemy attack he himself bombed the enemy from the open."

HARRINGTON.
News item. Wellington Rowing Regatta, 25th February 1911.
Mr W Harrington. Contact me for details.

HARRIS.
Harris family of Alexandra/Pirongia. Contact me for details.

HARRIS.
Christchurch Star, 5th December 1900.
On December 4th 1900 at Langdons Road, Papanui, Christchurch, William Albert Harris, beloved husband of Grace harris in his 75th year. Deeply Regretted. No other details.

HARRISON.
Harrison K, of Napier, 1879. 1906 to 1922. (21)

HASLAM.
Haslam J, of Saint James Presbyterian Church, Newtown.(21)

HARVEY.
Audrey Harvey of Awapuni. Contact me for details.

HASTIE
Robert Hastie of Kaiwaka, 1920. Contact me. (15)

HAUGHEY.
Weekly News, 1915.
C Haughey of Auckland. Contact me for details.

HAVERFIELD.
Weekly News,12th of August 1915. Obituary.
Mr John Haverfield, an old identity of Auckland, died on Sunday, at his residence Elgin St, Grey Lynn, Auckland, aged 79 years. He arrived on the ship "Pegasus" in 1865. He resided in Auckland then went to the Thames Goldfields with his wife. He is survived by two sons and four daughters.

HAWKE.
Arthur Hawke of Arapohue. 1911. Contact for details.

HAWKE.
Herald, 20th June 1940.
On June 19th, William James, dearly beloved husband of Mary Elizabeth Hawke, of Ocean View Road, Northcote, late of Thames and Waihi. Funeral will leave N C Davies Chapel, 294 Dominion Road at 11am today for Waikumete Cemetery..

HAWKINS.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 28th June 1922.
On June 20th, suddenly, Lillian Hawkins, nee Ramsbottam, beloved wife of H J Hawkins, Sydney. NSW, aged 62 years.

HAYES.
Weekly News, 23rd November 1916.
Bernard Hayes, of Oturehua, Contact me for details.

HAYHURST.
Herald 1914. Acc Scr.
Report of accident for Colonel Hayhurst of Timaru.

HAYWARD.
Harry Hayward of Maungakaramea. 1895. Contact for details.

HAZARD.
Herald, 17th April 1923. Obituary. Scr.
Obituary for Eliza Ann Hazard of Parnell, Auckland.

HEASLIP.
Auckland Star, 2nd June, 1948.
(Clark) On June 1st, Middlemore Hospital, as the result of a accident, Agnes, late of Onehunga, dearly beloved wife of the late John Campbell Clark of Whitianga, loved mother of Maud (Mrs Nielson, Onehunga) Arthur (AHB) Effie, (Mrs McKenzie, Onehunga) John, (Argentina) James (Dominion Rd, Auckland) Ethel (Mrs Morrison, England) Rowena (Mrs Alexander, Wellington) Irene (Mrs Gillman, Onehunga) and Hilton of Onehunga, and the late Albert, in her 89th year. A service will be held at the Salvation Army Hall, Onehunga, at 2pm tomorrow, Thursday, funeral then leaving for Waikaraka Park Cemetery.

HEATH.
Thomas Heath of Ararimu. Contact me for details.

HEBDEN .
Auckland Weekly News, 17th June 1915. Report of Death.
On the 10th of June 1915, at the residence of Mrs Phillimore, Arthur Street, Onehunga, Robert, husband of Elizabeth, Queen Street, late of Waihopo, aged 55 years. No other details.

HEGGLUN.
News Item, 1911.
E T and C Hegglun of Blenhiem Rowing Club. Contact me for details.

HEGH.
News Item, 1922.
Bertram Alexander Hegh, of Ormondville. Contact me for details.

HELDT.
Katie Heldt of New Plymouth. 1900, (21)

HELLIER.
Herald 1914 O Scr.
Report of death for John Hellier of Croydon, Southland.

HELSBY.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 21st June 1922.
On June 19th 1922, at her late residence, South Road, Henderson, Jane, widow of the late John Helsby. The funeral will leave the above residence, today, Wednesday at 2pm, for Waikumete Cemetery. (by motor.)

HEMPHILL.
Weekly News, 26th November 1914.
On the 8th of November 1914, at his parents residence, Maungaturoto, Lance, eldest son of F and P Hemphill, aged 2 years 6 months.

HENDRY.
Weekly News, 1915.
J C Hendry, of Mosgiel. Contact me for details.

HENRY.
Auckland Star, 2nd June, 1948.
On June 1st 1948, at Taupo, Vera Mabel, beloved wife of Selwyn and loved mother of Joan and Murray.

HERBERT.
Herbert M, of Ormond. (21)

HERON.
Gladys Heron of Albany. Contact me for details.

HESTER.
Hester Family of Saint James Presbyterian Church, Newtown.(21)

HEVELDT.
Weekly News, 20th October 1914.
Another old resident of the West Coast, Mr Joseph Heveldt, died at Hokitika last week. He came to Jacksons Bay settlement in the early days, having resided in the district ever since. He was a native of Pomerania, Germany, and was 75 years of age. A widow, 5 sons and 2 daughters are left to mourn their loss. The sons are Frank, Henry, Joseph, and August and the daughters are Mrs J Clarke (Hokitika) and Mrs J W Thompson (Okarito) No other details.

HEWAT.
Hewat Miss D, of Pahiatua. (21)

HEWSON.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 26th June 1922.
On June 25th, at his late residence, Miro Road, Greenlane, suddenly. Arthur John Tatlock, beloved husband of Ethelinda Hewson, aged 44 years

HEYWARD.
Mrs Mary Heyward of Christchurch, celebrates her 100th birthday. 1957. Contact me for details.

HEYWOOD.
Auckland Weekly News, 18th November 1915. Report of death. No other details.
On the 15th November 1915, at Auckland Hospital, Harry, husband of Rose Heywood, North Albertland; aged 51 years.

HIGGIE.
Weekly News, 25th February 1911. News Item
Marriage of Alexa Higgie of Wanganui. Contact me for details.

HILBORNE.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 30th June 1922.
On June 28th 1922, at the Costley Home, Auckland, George Hilborne, aged 57 yaers. The funeral will leave Watney Sibuns Mortuary, Khyber Pass, Newmarket, at 2pm today, Friday, for Waikumete Cemetery

HILL.
Weekly News, 23rd July 1930. Obituary
Isabella Hill of Kamo.

HILL .
Auckland Weekly News, 19th August 1915. Report of death.
On the 29 July 1915 at Waharoa, Waikato, George, husband of Sarah Jane Hill, aged 36 years. No other details.

HILL.
Herald 1914. Acc Scr.
Report of accident for Arthur Edward Hill of Auckland.

HINDER.
Herald, 11th September 1940.
On September 8th, suddenly, at 39 Shaw Street, Petersham, Sydney, Edward Kenneth, dearly beloved husband of Betty Hinder, and loving father of Bobbie, Bill and Randal. Deeply mourned.

HIPWORTH.
Herald, 1st August 1914, Suicide.
Sydney Hipworth of Christchurch. Contact me for details.

HIRSCHBERG.
Wairarapa.
Mrs Jane Hirchberg, of Greytown, died on the 3rd of March 1885. No other details.

HIRSCHBERG .
Wairarapa.
Moritz Hirchberg, Settler, died on the 25th of November 1876. No other details.

HISLOP.
Hislop J, of Napier, 1879. 1906 to 1922. (21)

HISSHION.
Herald, 17th August 1914. Divorce.
Robert Hisshion has applied for a divorce from Hilda Hisshion, on account of her alleged misconduct with George Powell. The petitioner strated that he married his wife at Waihi in 1909. Soon afterwards she endeavoured to runaway, but he bought her back. Later they removed to Auckland, and on two further occasions, the respondent ran away, but not withstanding the fact that she had gone to live with another man, he had taken her back. Finally some 18 months ago she disappeared once more. A witness stated that she had traced Powell, who was the father of her 4 children, to Clevedon, where he was living. A decree nisi was granted.

HITCHENS.
Herald, 18th September 1940.
On 16th September 1940, at the Whakatane Hospital, Alexander Michael Joseph, 3rd son of Hector and Rosie Hitchens, and darling nephew of Alexander and Dorothy Robb, aged 6 months. Safe in the arms of Jesus.

HIVES.
Wairarapa.
Mrs Cecelia Frances Hives, of Fernridge, Masterton, died on the 7th of September 1908. No other details.

HOAR.
Herald, 6th September 1940.
On September 5th, at his residence, 789 Mount Eden Road, Joseph loved husband of Margaret Hoar and father of Mabel, Mrs A Brown, of Dargaville, and Grace, in his 78th year. Perfect peace. A service will be held at Wiremu Street Hall, Balmoral, on Saturday, at 1 15pm, funeral then leaving for Hillsborough Cemetery at 2pm.

HOCKLEY.
Christchurch Weekly Press, 7th July 1920.
On July 1st, at 4 Edward Street, East Kew, Melbourne, Alice Maud, dearly loved wife of Peter Hockley. (suddenly)

HODDER.
Wairarapa.
Edward Thomas Hodder, Farmer, of Featherston, died on the 21st of March 1882. No other details.

HODDER.
Wairarapa.
Joseph Hodder, Settler of Featherston, died on the 14th of May 1880. No other details.

HODGE.
Feilding.
Ann Hodge, widow, died on the 5th of August 1890. No other details.

HODGE.
New Zealand Times, 2nd April 1919.
Injury to William Ernest Hodge, Dunedin. Contact me for details.

HODGSON.
Betty Hodgson of Awapuni. Contact me for details.

HODGE.
Wairarapa.
John Hodge, of Greytown, died on the 10th of July 1905.

HODGINS.
Wellington Paper.
Thomas Hodgins, died on the 17th December 1894.

HODGKINSON.
Herald, 2nd September 1940.
On August 31st at Hamilton, Lydia, beloved wife of the late Edmond Hadley Hodgkinson and loved mother of Hadley, Nesta, Alf and Dexie, in her 68th year. Funeral will leave the Chapel of W H Taylor and Son, today, Monday at 2 30pm after a short service, for the Hamilton East Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.

HOFFERN.
Wairarapa.
Charles Hoffern, of Featherston, died on the 9th of October 1881. No other details.

HOGAN.
Canterbury Times. 21st June 1911.
On June 17th, at Cheviot, Mary Condon, mother of John Hogan, aged 70 years. Funeral on June 20th at 2 pm.

HOGAN.
Herald, 2nd September 1940.
On August 31st 1940, Michael Patrick, dearly loved husband of Eva Hogan, of 118 West End Road, Westmere and loverd father of Francis (Wellington) in his 66th year. Funeral will leave Watney and Sibun and Sons Chapel, Khyber Pass Road, Newemarket at 9am today, Monday for Waikumete Cemetery.

HOGARTH.
Canterbury Times. 21st June 1911.
On June 18th 1911, at his mothers residence, Southbridge, John, beloved husband of Violet Hogarth, Greymouth and youngest son of Kate Haley and the late John Hogarth, aged 26 years. Loved by all who knew him, Greymouth papers please copy.

HOGG.
J Hogg of Northern Wairoa. 1902. Contact for details.

HOGGARD.
Wellington Paper.
John Farr Hoggard, died on the 4th September 1871.

HOGGARD.
Wellington Paper.
Thomas William Hoggard, died on the 25th May 1862. No other details.

HOGAN.
Herald, 22nd July 1914.
Obituary- An early settler, Mr Michael Hogan, who had resided in Auckland for over 50 years, died at his residence, Bradford Street, Parnell, yesterday morning at the age of 77 years. For a number of years deceased was engaged in trading on the coast, and he was the owner of various vessles which traded out of Auckland. The interment will be private.

HOLDEN.
Wellington Paper.
Hannah Holden, died on the 25th November 1852. No other details.

HOLDEN.
Weekly News. 29.07.1915.
On the 15th of July 1915 at Kaeo, Eileen Isabel Holden, 2nd daughter of Esther and the late Henry Alfred Holden of Kerikeri, aged 16 years and 4 months. No other details.

HOLDING.
Otago Witness, 1st December 1909.
On November 21st, at his residence, Blackstone Hill, Seth Holding, aged 71 years.

HOLLAND.
Wairarapa.
Charles Holland, of Greytown, died on the 14th of December 1884. No other details.

HOLLAND.
Auckland Star, 18th February 1948.
On February 17th 1948, at Ohakune Junction, Selwyn, dearly loved and only child of Nelson Frederick and Rose Holland, age 15 years. Funeral at Christchurch.

HOLLINGSWORTH.
Bulls
William Hollingsworth, died on the 9th of November 1885.

HOLLIS.
New Zealand Times, 19th April 1919.
On April 18th 1919, at her residence, 300 Rintoul Street, Wellington, Isabella Jane, beloved wife of Mr Joseph Hollis, aged 51 years. At rest. Funeral will leave the residence 20th April 1919, at 3 15pm, for Karori Cemetery by motor.

HOLMAN.
Feilding.
Maggie Holman, died on the 1st of March 1890, aged 26 years, 4th daughter of Mrs Jane Holman. No other details.

HOLMES.
Wellington Paper.
Mrs Elizabeth Holmes, died on the 28th June 1888. No other details.

HOLMES.
Wellington Paper.
John Holmes, died on the 5th October 1888. No other details.

HOLMES.
Wellington Paper.
Lancelot Homes, died on the 7th November 1891. No other details.

HOLMES.
Wellington Paper.
William Holmes, died on the 13th April 1882. No other details.

HOLMES.
Auckland Star, 18th February 1948.
On February 17th 1948, at a Private Hospital, Auckland, Elizabeth Kate, beloved wife of the late George Thomas, and loved mother of Alice, (Mrs Wright, Puni) Eva, (Mrs Gurney, Waiuku) Jessie, (Mrs Trust, Waiuku) Marion, (Mrs Johnson, Otaua), John, Waiuku, Norman, Morrinsville, and the late Eliza, (Mrs Dromgool) and Etta, in her 87th year. A service will be held at the residence of her daughter, Mrs Trust, King Street, Waiuku, at 2pm tomorrow, Thursday, funeral then leaving for Waiuku Cemetery.

HOLT.
Holt C, of Napier, 1879. 1906 to 1922. (21)

HOTHAM.
Auckland Star, 1st June, 1948.
On June 1st, at Auckland, Joseph, late of Matatoki, beloved husband of the late Rosina and loved father of Josie ( Mrs T Casby) Alice (Mrs C Jamieson), Joseph Lionel and Alfred, in his 77th year. Service will be held at Omahu Cemetery, tomorrow, Wednesday, at 1 30pm, prior to interment.

HOLMS.
Wairarapa.
Mrs Elizabeth Holms, of Gladstone, died on the 29th of August 1894. No other details.

HOLMS.
Wairarapa.
James Holms, of Gladstone, Farmer, died on the 16th of June 1891. No other details.

HOLSWORTH.
Wellington Paper.
Joseph Godfrey Holsworth, died on the 16th August 1884. No other details.

HOLT.
Herald, 5th July 1923.
On July 4th, at his late residence, Te Puke, Alfred Thomas, dearly beloved husband of Mary Holt and youngest son of Sarah Holt, of Henderson, aged 50 years.

HONISS.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 9th June 1922.
On June 8th, at Hamilton, Stanley, eldest son of Mrs Honiss, Turua. Funeral will leave his Uncles, Mr S Clarkin, residence, Claudelands, tomorrow, Saturday, at 2 pm for Hamilton East, Cemetery.

HONORE.
Foxton.
Christian Honore, died on the 6th of May 1892, Storekeeper. No other details.

HONORE.
Honore Family, of Tiritea, about 1899. Contact me. (21)

HOOD.
Weekly News, 23rd July 1930. Death/Inquest.
Body found in Pool. James Hood of Paparata. Contact me for details.

HOOD.
Nelson Colonist.
On the 27th July 1866, at the Grove, near Picton, Mr Augustus Hood, late member of the Marlborough Provincial Council, for Queen Charlotte Sound, was drowned.

HOOK.
Weekly News, Death Notice, Announcement only.
On the 23rd of December 1914, at Waimamaku, Hokianga, John Hook, formerly of London, England, aged 72 years. Canterbury papers please copy.

HOOKER.
Wairarapa.
Thomas Hooker, of Carterton, died on the 6th of April 1892. No other details.

HOOPER.
Wellington Paper.
William Hooper, died on the 9th of December 1866. No other details.

HOOPER.
Wairarapa.
Henry Hooper, of Masterton, died on the 8th of August 1912. No other details.

HOOPER.
Wairarapa.
James Hooper, of Carterton, died on the 12th of January 1898. No other detials.

HOOTEN.
Hooten family of Albany. Contact me for details.

HORN.
Info on J Horn of Clyde, Vincent County. 22.

HORNBLOW.
Wairarapa.
Charles William Hornblow, of Greytown, died on the 9th of July 1899, Cabinet Maker.

HORNER.
New Zealand Times, 11th June 1919.
Obituary for Mrs Mary Horner, Christchurch.

HORSLEY.
Herald, 21st June 1940.
On June 20 at his late residence, 7 Hanlon Street, Devonport, Joseph Gerorge, dearly beloved husband of Barbara Horsley and loved father of Stan, Bert, Jim, Louie and Bill, aged 83 years. Funeral will leave the Chapel of H Morris Ltd, Devonport at 11 am, tomorrow, Saturday, for O'Neills Point Cemetery.

HOSKING.
Herald, 26th June 1922.
Obituary for Mr Thomas Hosking, late of Thames and Auckland.

HOSKING.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 26th June 1922.
On June 24th 1922, at his late residence, 8 Albany Road, Herne Bay. Thomas, the beloved husband of Mary Hosking, aged 73 years. Passed peacefully away. The funeral will leave the above address at 3 15pm today, Monday, for Waikumete Cemetery. Private interment.

HOUCHEN.
Wellington Paper.
Mrs Selina Houchen, died on the 10th October 1900. No other details.

HOUGH.
Weekly News, 20th October 1914.
An old identity of Takaka, of over 40 years standing, in the person of Mr W Dawson Hough, was found dead outside his Whare at the Bubu on Saturday. Deceased had been complaining of ill health for sometime past, so a inquest was deemed unnecessary. No other details.

HOUNSLOW.
Wairarapa.
Benjamin Hounslow, of Masterton, Cabinet maker, died on the 11th of February 1893. No buriel details.

HOUSTON.
Weekly News, Death Notice, Announcement only.
On the 16th of December 1914 at a Private Hospital, at Hastings, Robert Houston, late Electrical Engineer of Maraekakaho and late of Cummlock?, Ayrshire, Scotland, aged 40 years.

HOUSTOUN.
Info on Houstoun H of Claremont, South Island. (22).

HOWARD.
Herald, 27th October 1952.
Fanny Elizabeth, on October 25th 1952, at her residence, 6 Queens Way, Three Kings, Auckland, beloved wife of the late Charles Caleb Howard and loved mother of Eric, Bernard, Alma and the late Colin, and Nanna of Joy , Shirley and Marie, in her 84th year. A service will be held at W H Tongue and Sons Chapel, tomorrow, Tuesday, at 10 am, funeral then leaving for Waikumete Cemetery.

HOWARD.
Herald, 15th August 1914. Funeral Notice.
On August 13th, suddenly at 1 Collingwood Street, Helen Frances, 2nd daughter of the late William Howard of Milford Street, Ponsonby. Private interment today, Satirday at Symonds Street, 3 pm.

HOWATSON.
Weekly News, 26th October 1916.
A S Howatson of Wanganui.

HOWE.
Herald, 2nd May 1922.
Obituary for Mrs William Howe, of Gate Pa, Tauranga.

HOWELL.
Wairarapa.
Victoria Howell, of Masterton, died on the 25th of January 1907. No buriel details.

HOWELL.
Evening Post, Wellington, 8th May 1945.
At Wellington on May 8th 1945, Ernest Alexander, Auckland Mounted Inf, and South African Veteran, beloved husband of Gladys Olive Howell, 158 Russell Terrace. Late of Wairoa, Hawkes Bay. Funeral will leave our Chapel on Thursday, May 10th 1945 at the conclusion of a service commencing at 10 30 am for the Soldiers Cemetery, Karori.

HOWELL.
Herald, 6th July 1923.
On July 5th 1923, at the residence of her daughter, Mr J Olberg, 6 Regina Street, Grey Lynn, Harriett, dearly beloved wife of William Howell, Upper Waiwera, aged 51 years. Funeral will leave above address for O'Neills Point Cemetery, tomorrow, Saturday, at 12 45pm.

HOWELL.
Pahiatua.
Arthur John Howell, Schoolmaster died on the 10th of August 1898. No funeral details.

HOWES.
Herald, 24th July 1914, Funeral Notice.
On 23rd July, suddenly John George Howes, the beloved husband of Catherine Ann Howes. More on this, contact me for details.

HOWIE.
Otago Witness, 11th May 1926.
On May 8th, at Woodhaugh, Elizabeth, widow of John Howie, aged 80 years. No buriel details.

HOWIE.
Howie I, of Ormond. (21)

HOWLISON.
Otago Witness, 22nd March 1927.
On March 16th, at Dunedin, Margaret, the 2nd daughter of the late Robert Howlison, Architect, Dunedin.

HUBBARD.
Obituary, Ohinemuri. 10 and 11.
Percy Richard Hubbard, of Paeroa.

HUDSON.
New Zealand Times, 5th April 1919.
Obituary for John Robert Hudson, Hokitika.

HUDSON.
Herald, 7th August 1914. Funeral Notice.
On August the 4th 1914, at the Waikato Hospital, Mary, (late nurse of Waikato Hospital,) dearly beloved daughter of the late Robert and Margaret Hudson, of Pollock Settlement, aged 33 years. Interment at Pollock Settlement, today, Friday.

HUGHAN.
Taieri District.
Bio for Hughan Family.

HUGHES.
Pahiatua.
Selina Taylor Hughes, wife, died on the 31st of December 1897.

HUGHES.
M D Hughes, Field Artillery, 28th October 1915, WW1.

HUGHES.
Weekly News, 1915.
A L Hughes of Pukekohe, South Auckland. Contact me for details.

HUGHES.
The Hughes brothers of Alexandra/Pirongia. Contact me for details.

HUGHES
Settlers of Hawera.
One of the best known residents of South Taranaki, up to the day of his death in 1914 was Mr Daniel Hughes, who arrived in Taranaki by way of Australia in the early 1860s, as a young man from Tipperary, Ireland. When asked what bought him to New Zeland the late Mr Hughes would reply "an accident" As a matter of fact, when he left his Irish home it was with the intention of following his 2 sisters to America, and it was not till the boat was well clear of the shore that he found that he had boarded the wrong vessel and instead of being on his way to America, he was headed for Australia, it was thus that a good Irish American was lost to the States and a sturdy pioneer gained by this young colony. After a short sojourn in Australia, mainly spent in stumping gum trees in Queensland and a stay in Melbourne, where he made the acquaintence of Rhody Slattery, then in a big way as a livery stables proprietor in Melbourne and later to become a coach driver known to everybody up and down this coast. Mr Hughes came over to New Zealand for the Gabriel's Gully gold rush. Later he came on to Wanganui and Patea, engaging in road contracting, at the latter place, when the Maori War broke out he joined the Military settlers, and with the well known Martin Coffey became one of the 2 guides to the Forces operating against the natives. He took part in many engagements The full story of his life and adventures as a settler and soldier would have made a very interesting book He became one of the first purchasers of land on the Waimate Plains, settling at Manaia in 1880. In his day he was a great athlete, excelling as hammer thrower, shot putter, high jumper and wrestler. Of his sons, 2 were killed in the Great War, one was killed in a railway accident, another (Andrew) settled in the Wanganui district, and the other is Mr D J Hughes of Normanby, himself a well known settler and athlete of other days, having been a member of the NZ Rugby Team of 1894 and champion pakeha wrestler of the coast.

HUGHIE.
New Zealand Times, 13th and 17th June 1919.
Obituary for David Hughie, Waikanae.

HUME.
Wairarapa.
Peter Hume, of Tauanui, died on the 25th of November 1892. No funeral details.

HUME.
Herald May, 1923.
On April 26th at Tauranga, Eleanor Annie (Nell) the beloved wife of J L Hume and second daughter of Mr J Reynolds, late Government Tourist Department, Rotorua, age 24 years. No other details.

HUMPHRIES.
Feilding.
Richard Humphries, died on the 25th December 1890. No buriel details.

HUMPHREY.
Marton.
Graham Humphrey, died on the 27th of November 1900, aged 14 years, eldest son of Harvey Humphrey. No funeral details.

HUNSLEY.
Christchurch Weekly Press, 7th July 1920.
On June 29th 1920, at his residence, 33 Montreal Street, Sydenham, William, beloved husband of Elizabeth Hunsley, aged 77 years. No flowers and no mourning. Private interment.

HUNTER.
C Hunter of Albany. Contact me for details.

HUNTER.
Weekly News, 14th February 1934. Morrinsville.
A well known settler of Patetonga for many years, Mr L L S Hunter, died during the week after a long illness, aged 56 years. Mr Hunter was born at Little Akaroa, Banks Peninsula, and came to the Auckland Province over 20 years ago. He is survived by his wife, two sons and two daughter. (no other details)

HUNTER.
Wairarapa.
Samuel Hunter, of Featherston, died on the 25th of November 1906. No other details.

HUNTER.
Nelson. 18th July 1866.
John Hunter, a Miner, met his death in a Drive, on the Hau Hau diggings, through a heavy fall of Earth.

HUNTER.
Weekly News, 31st October 1896.
Obituary for Mrs Margaret Hunter, Napier.

HUNTER.
Weekly News, 22th July 1915. Obituary.
Peter Hunter, aged 75 years, born in Scotland. Arrived Auckland on the ship "Devonshire" in 1863. Served in the Maori War with the Waikato Regiment. Member of the Auckland Telegraph staff and later Postmaster at Miranda and Collingwood. Retired in 1907 after 40 yrs service and has since lived with his family at Birkenhead.

HURLE.
Funeral Notice, Herald, 26th June 1922.
On June 24th 1922, at Auckland Hospital. Edward Henry, the beloved husband of Jessie Hurle, Alison Avenue Devonport, aged 58 years. Funeral will leavce Weirs, Undertaker, Ponsonby Road, 11am today, Monday. Private interment.

HURST.
Herald, 7th September 1940.
On September 6th 1940, suddenly, at his residence, Kingsmere, Linwood Road, New Lynn, Harry Martin, dearly loved husband of Florence and loved father of Betty, aged 57 years. Funeral will leave the above address today, Saturday, at 2pm for Waikumete Cemetery.

HUSBAND.
Info on Husband A of Claremont, South Island. (22).

HUTCHISON.
Auckland Star, 1st June, 1948.
On May 25th, at his residence, 3rd son of the late David Hutchison of Taranaki, and loved brother of Mrs William McFarland, and Miss C Hutchison of Remuera, and Mrs C Oram of Devonport. No other details.

HUTSON.
Herald, 9th September 1940.
On September 8th, suddenly, at Auckland Hospital, Maude Elizabeth, of Air Base, Hobsonville, dearly beloved wife of the late Peter Hutson, beloved mother of Hinemoa Holliday, of Hobnsonville, Gladys Stewart, and Connie Fergusson of Auckland, and Roland Hutson of Birkenhead. The funeral will leave C Little and Sons Chapel at 11am, tomorrow, Tuesday, for the Waikumete Cemetery.

HUTTON.
Herald, 5th July 1923.
On July 4th 1923, at a Private Hospital, Emma, beloved wife of Reginald Hutton, King Street, Auckland, and daughter of Mr and Mrs T Brain, of Selwyn Street. Onehunga, aged 36 years. Funeral will leave her parents residence for Mangere Public Cemetery, tomorrow, Friday, at 3 pm.

HUTTON.
S Hutton of Arapohue. 1911. Contact for details.

HYDE.
Hazel Hyde of Awapuni. Contact me for details.

HYDE.
Hyde J, of Napier, 1879. 1906 to 1922. (21)

HYNDMAN.
Canterbury Times. 21st June 1911.
On June 18th, at 857 Colombo Street, Christchurch, Jessie Hart, beloved wife of Peter Hyndman. Private interment