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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ELECTORAL ROLL
TE PUKE AND MAKETU NAMES FROM TAURANGA ROLL
1881

The 1881 New Zealand election was the first to include ALL males 21 and over who either owned property or had lived in New Zealand for one year and in an electorate for at least six months*. Maori who owned property on individual titles were also eligble to register as electors in any European electorate where they were so qualified. One man one vote was not introduced until 1889. In 1893 all women of 21 and over were eligble to vote and Maori electorates were introduced. * This would explain why the Lady Jocelyn settlers who arrived in Tauranga in January 1881 are not included.

ADDIS Thomas Maketu Police Force
BARRINGTON John Peddle Te Puke Farmer
BELL Allen Te Puke Labourer
BERRIDGE William Charles Te Puke Farmer
BESWICK John George Maketu Postmaster
BIRD John Te Puke Bushman
BIRD William Te Puke Farmer
BIRD William Henry Te Puke Farmer
BOUNDY William Te Puke Labourer
BRENNAN John Te Puke A C Force
BROWNLIE James Te Puke Settler
CARNACHAN Fox Maule Te Puke Storekeeper
CHAYTOR Brian Tunstall Maketu Storekeeper
CONNELL Timothy Te Puke Labourer
COOPER Edward John Maketu Labourer
CRAWFORD Samuel Te Puke Farmer
CURTIS Henry Thomas Te Puke Cook
FLANAGAN Charles K Te Puke Farmer
GASCOINE George Te Puke Carrier
GRANT Peter Te Puke Contractor
HAMMOND Charles Te Puke Farmer
HARVEY David Highland Te Puke Carpenter
HILL Charles John Maketu Telegraphist
KENNY Edward Geils Morgan Courtney Maketu Settler
MALYON Joseph Te Puke Farmer
MITA Terangitua Koha Maketu Native
MURCH George Te Puke Settler
O'SULLIVAN Michael Te Puke Contractor
PIERCY James John Maketu Interpreter
PINKER Alfred Maketu Schoolteacher
PRATT Charles Fradelle Te Puke Settler
RAMSON Joseph Te Puke Settler
RAWIRI Tukiwato Maketu Native
RAYMOND Thomas Te Puke Road Contractor
RENATA Akuhata Maketu Native
REYNOLDS William Te Puke Settler
ROACH James Te Puke Labourer
ROBERTSON Duncan Maketu Publican
SIMPSON Leonard Maketu Surveyor
SMITH Thomas Hawkins Maketu Farmer
SMITH William Thomas Te Puke Butcher
SNODGRASS Archibald Te Puke Farmer
SPENCE Samuel Te Puke Farmer
SPENCER Seymour Mills Maketu Clergyman
SYMONDS Alfred Te Puke Carpenter
TAPSELL Hans Maketu Assessor
TAPSELL Phillip Maketu Settler
TAPSELL Retreat Maketu Settler
TAYLOR Barrie Te Puke Settler
TEMPLETON James Te Puke Carpenter
TIMI Waata Maketu Native
TIMOTI Reoni Maketu Native
VERCOE Henry Maketu Farmer
VERCOE Henry Albert Maketu Settler
VERCOE Henry Walter Maketu Farmer
WARMINGTON James Albert Maketu Labourer
WHELAN Patrick Te Puke Labourer
WHITE Maurice Te Puke Bushman
WILLIAMS Henry Te Puke Contractor


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