Births, Deaths and Marriages Notices 1877

Births, Deaths and Marriages Notices from
Weekly Mercury and Hawke’s Bay Advertiser, 1877

6/1/1877

BIRTH.
LINDSAY. – At Napier, on the 30th December, the wife of D. E. Lindsay of a daughter.

MARRIAGES.
DOBSON – POTTS, – On the 27th December, at St. Cuthbert’s Governor’s Bay, by the Ven. Archdeacon Willock, Robert Dobson, of Wellington, fourth son of Edward Dobson, C.E. Canterbury, to Clara, second daughter of Thomas H. Potts, of Ohinitahi, Canterbury.ASHTON – GRAY, – At the Registrar’s office, Napier, on the 28th December, John, second son of Mr. James Ashton, of Napier, to Minnie, second daughter of Mr. James Gray, also of Napier.

DEATH.
HADFIELD. – On January 2, at the Bishop’s residence, Napier, Octavius Hadfield, second son of the Bishop of Wellington, aged 20 years.

3/2/1877

BIRTHS.
BARKER – At Napier, on January 25th, the wife of Mr John Barker, of a son.
WILKIN – At Clive Grange, on January 31, the wife of Mr Robert Wilkin, of a son.

MARRIAGES.
MANOY – MOSS. – On the 24th January, at the Jewish Synagogue, by the Rev. M. D. Isaacs, Abraham Manoy, of Napier, to Miss Maira Moss of Wellington.
CARLILE – BEGG. – At Napier, on the 20th January, by the Rev. David Sidey, William W Carlile, Esq, to Julia Jane, fourth daughter of Samuel Begg, Esq.

DEATHS.
McKAY – At Glasgow on November 19. John, son of William McKay, miller and grandson of James Campbell and Jane Gordon, of Clunie, Scotland, who served under Colonel Anderson Gordon, of the 50th Regiment of foot, aged 67 years. He left three children to lament his loss. – Inverness papers please copy.
CARLEY. – At the Bank of New Zealand, Opotiki, on the 30th January, of typhoid fever, Laura Frances (Connie) the third dearly beloved and affectionate child of Isaac and Lily Carley, aged six and a half years.
SUTHERLAND. – At the Napier Hospital, on January 30, William K. Sutherland, late of Dunedin, aged 26 years, – Dunedin papers please copy.
BISHOP. – At Hastings, on January 31, Arthur Gaisford, the infant son of Thomas Bishop, Esq., aged nine months.

10/2/1877

BIRTH.
GRAHAM. – At Havelock, on the 11th February, the wife of Mr F. Graham, of a daughter.

MARRIAGE.
JOHNSON – OAKLEY. – At Sandon, on February 8, by the Rev. A. Towgood, J. T. Johnson, of Napier, to Amelia Mary Oakley, second daughter of J. Oakley, Esq., Sandon, Rangitikei.

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DEATH.
DROWER. – At Waipukurau, on the 12th February, Maude Harriet Drower, aged 3 months.

17/2/1877

BIRTH.
GRAHAM. – At Havelock, on the 11th February, the wife of Mr F. Graham, of a daughter.

MARRIAGE.
JOHNSON – OAKLEY. – At Sandon, on February 8, by the Rev. A. Towgood, J. T. Johnson, of Napier, to Amelia Mary Oakley, second daughter of J. Oakley, Esq., Sandon, Rangitikei.

DEATH.
DROWER. – At Waipukurau, on the 12th February, Maude Harriet Drower, aged 3 months.

24/2/1877

BIRTH.
KARL – At Hastings on the 16th February, the wife of Mr. John Karl, of a daughter.

MARRIAGE.
JENSEN – MORTENSEN – At Trinity Church on February 16, by the Rev. J.S. Smalley, Rasmus Waldemar Jensen to Marem Mortensen, both of Napier.

DEATHS.
McKNIGHT – At Waipukurau, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand, on February 18, 1877, Emily May, the beloved child of Mr. Robert McKnight, aged nine months. – Newry and Belfast papers please copy.
GIBBES – At Napier, on the 21st February, Heneage Murray, infant son of Florence Hyde and John Murray Gibbes, aged 10 weeks.

3/3/1877

BIRTHS.
HARDING. – At Mount Vernon, Waipukurau, on the 26th February, the wife of R. Harding, Esq., of a son.
HOADLEY. – At Napier, on the 26th February, the wife f Mr. C.B Hoadley of a son.

MARRIAGES.
SLUCE – O’CONNELL. – At St. Mark’s Church West Clive on the 21st February, by the Rev. W. Marshall, George Edgar Sluce, to Mary eldest daughter of Patrick O’Connell, West Clive.
MOGRIDGE – BROWN. – At Gisborne, on the 21st February, by the Rev W.H Root, John the eldest son of Mr. Charles Mogridge, Napier, to Emma Phoebe, youngest daughter of Mr. John Brown, Wellington. – Wellington papers please copy.
KNOWLES – O’GORMAN. – At Napier on February 22nd, by the Rev. J.S. Smalley, James Knowles to Mary O’Gorman, both of this town.
BEATSON – HARVEY. – At Napier on the 23rd February, by the Rev. J. Parkin, Mr. John Beatson, of Meanee, to Mary Jane Harvey, daughter of Mr. John Harvey of this town.
NICHOLSON – COOPER.-  At Trinity Church, Napier, on February 28th, by the Rev J.S. Smalley, George Nicholson to Rosa Emeline Cooper, only daughter of Joseph Henry Cooper, of this town.

DEATHS.
JENNINGS. – At Meanee, on February 24. Albert Thomas, infant son of William and Martha Jennings, ages 11 months.
MACDONALD. – At her parents’ residence, Taradale, on February 25, after a long illness, Jessie, the eldest daughter of Alexander Macdonald of Taradale.

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17/3/187

BIRTHS.
MOULDER. – At Milbourne Valley, Kaikora, on the 6th March, the wife of Mr James Moulder, of a daughter.
BALDWIN. – At Waitangi, on March 12th, the wife of Mr M. Baldwin, of a daughter.

DEATH.
FELGATE. – At the Napier Hospital, on March 14. John Charles Felgate, aged 60 years.

24/3/187

BIRTHS.
OLLEY. – At Waipawa, on March 16th, the wife of Mr. Olley, butcher, of a daughter.
MCKENZIE. – At Port Ahuriri, on March 17th, the wife of J.A. McKenzie, of a daughter.
WHITE. – At Kaikora, on March 20, Mrs W. White, of a son.
PALLOT. – At Shakespeare Road, Napier, on the 20th March, the wife of Mr. Alfred Pallot, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES.
DONALDSON – KNOWLES. – On 17th March, at St. Peter’s Church, Wellington, by the Venerable Archdeacon Stock, James, second son of the late Thomas, Donaldson, County Down, Ireland, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of the late Samuel Knowles, of Kent, England.
McCARTNEY – HARE. – On Sunday, the 18th instant, in St. Marks Church, West Clive, by the Rev. William Marshall, Arthur McCartney, to Annie, second daughter of John Hare Esq.

7/4/1877

BIRTHS.
MOULDER. – At Milbourne Valley, Kaikora, on the 6th March, the wife of Mr. James Moulder, of a daughter.
BALDWIN. – At Waitangi, on March 12th, the wife of Mr. M. Baldwin, of a daughter.
OLLEY. – At Waipawa, on March 16, the wife of Mr Olley, butcher, of a daughter.
MCKENZIE. – At Port Ahuriri, on March 17, the wife of J.A. McKenzie, of a daughter.
WHITE. – At Kaikora, on March 20, Mrs W. White, of a son
PALLOT. – At Shakespeare Road, Napier, on the 20th March, the wife of Mr Alfred Pallot, of a daughter.
MYHILL. – At Clive Square, Napier, on the 22nd March, the wife of Mr R. G. Myhill, of a son
DENNAN. – On March 22nd, at Barrack Hill, Napier, the wife of Mr J. J. Dennan, of a daughter.
BENDALL – At Napier, on 23rd March, Mrs W. Bendall, of a son.
GUILLARD. – At Dalton-street, Napier, on March 24, the wife of Mr, Henry Guillard, of a daughter.
COSGROVE. – At Milton-road, Napier, on the 25th March, the wife of Mr. J. Cosgrove, of a son.

MARRIAGES.
MCCARTNEY – HARE – On Sunday, the 18th March, in St. Mark’s Church, West Clive, by the Rev. William Marshall, Arthur McCartney to Annie, second daughter of John Hare, Esq.
CASS – CURTIS. – At Kaikora, on the 21st march, by the Rev. Joseph White, Thomas N. Cass to Miss M. A. J. Curtis.
McCRAE – MUIR. – At Napier, on the 31st March, by the Rev. D. Sidey, Duncan McCrae to Janet Muir, both of Napier.

DEATHS.
FELGATE. – At the Napier Hospital, on March 14. John Charles Felgate, aged 60 years.
BETHELL. – At the Napier Hospital, on the 23rd March, Henry Bethell, aged 23 years.
ASHFORTH. – At Clive Square, Napier, on March 24, after a long and painful illness, Henry William Ashforth, Manager at Te Aute saw mill, aged 52years.  Auckland papers please copy.

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CROSS. – At Napier, on March 24th, George Hedley Cross, only son of G. T. Cross, aged 2years and 2 months.
DENNAN. – At Barrack Hill, Napier, on March 26, the eldest son of Mr. J. J. Dennan, aged 14 years.
WILLIAMS. – At Tuohu, Wairoa, on the 30th March, Lionel Dalzell, beloved son of Herbert and Elizabeth Williams, aged 17 months.
JOHNSTON. – At the Napier Hospital, on 30th March, John Johnston, aged 46 years.

14/4/1877

BIRTHS.
McKNIGHT. – At Hastings, on the 6 7th April, the wife of Mr. J. McKnight, of twin daughters (all well.)
MOORE. – On Sunday, the 8th April. At the old Bank House, Mrs. E Moore of a daughter.
O’SHANNASSY. – At Napier, on the 10th April, the wife of Mr. J. O’Shannassy, of a daughter.
WATKINS. – At Carlyle-street, on April 10th, the wife of Mr. Rees Watkins, of twins (son and daughter.)

MARRIAGES.
LORY. – JACOBS – At Napier, on the 7th April, by the Rev. Mr. Berry, Hannibal Line Lory, to Mary, relict of the late Mr. Jacobs.

DEATHS.
GUILLIARD. – At Napier, on the 6th April, Ethel Mary, infant daughter of Henry and Eliza Guilliard.
DRIBERG. – At Napier, on the 6th April, William Simla, infant son of William Driberg
SIMON. – At Port Ahuriri, on April 8th, Charles Simon, aged nineteen and ten months.
PALMER. – At Napier, on the 11th April, after a short illness, Clara, second daughter of Mr. Charles Palmer, age 3 years and 6 months.

21/4/1877

BIRTHS.
MORICE.  –  At the Manse, Hokitika, on the 5th April, the wife of the Rev. George Morice, formerly of St Paul’s Church, Napier, of a son.
SCRIVENER – At the White-road, Napier, on April 15, the wife of Thos. Scrivener, of a son
BURKE – On the 17th April, at Napier, New Zealand, the wife of W. Urlick Burke Esq, of a son.

MARRIAGE.
PELHAM – SHIRLEY. – On 18th March, at St Peter’s Church, Wellington by the Ven. Archdeacon Stock, Thomas, only son of Mr Thomas Pelham, of Wellington, to Ellen, youngest daughter of Mr James Shirley, of Napier.

DEATHS.
WEBB – At Gisborne, on the 13th April, Frederick Charles, infant son of Mr H.E. Webb, aged six months.
BROUGHTON. – At Napier, on the 15th April, Francis Henry Joseph, only son of Mr Frank Broughton, aged 4 years. Wellington papers please copy.
PALMER. – At Te Aute Hotel, on the 18th April, Louisa, eldest daughter of Charles and Mary Ann Palmer, aged 7 years and 10 months.

28/4/1877

BIRTHS.
CONNOR – At Napier, on the 18th April, the wife of T. Connor, of a daughter.
STONE. – At Port Ahuriri, on the 20th April, the wife of Mr. S. Stone, of a son.
SCORGIE. – At Napier, on the 22nd April, the wife of Mr. Alfred Scorgie, of a daughter.

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DEATHS.
PURCELL. – At Carlyle-street, Napier, on the 20th April, Mr. John Purcell.FLETCHER. – At Napier, on 21st April, after a protracted illness, Anne, wife of Mr. William Fletcher, aged 68 years.

5/5/1877

BIRTHS.
MORICE. – At the Manse, Hokitika, on the 5th April, the wife of the Rev. George Morice, formerly of St Paul’s Church, Napier, of a son.
MILLER. – At Oamaru, on the 6th April, the wife of M.R. Miller, Esq., of a son.
McKNIGHT. – At Hastings, on the 6-7th April, the wife of Mr. J. McKnight, of twin daughters (all well.)
MOORE. – On Sunday, the 8th April, at the old Bank House, Mrs. E. Moore of a daughter.
O’SHANNASSY. – At Napier, on the 10th April, the wife of Mr. J. O’Shannassy, of a daughter.
WATKINS. – At Carlyle street, on April 10th, the wife of Mr. Rees Watkins, of twins (son and daughter.)
PARSONS. – At Matawero, Poverty Bay, on April15, the wife of Mr. S. Parsons, of a son.
SCRIVENER. – At the White road, Napier, on April 15, the wife of Thos. Scrivener, of a son.
BURKE. – On the 17th April, at Napier, New Zealand, the wife of W. Ulick Burke, Esq., of a son.CONNOR. – At Napier, on the 18th April, the wife of T. Connor, of a daughter.STONE. – At Port Ahuriri, on the 28th April, the wife of Mr. S. Stone, of a son.
SCORGIE. – At Napier, on the 22nd April, the wife of Mr. Alfred Scorgie, of a daughter.
STEVENS. – At Mohaka, on the 26th April, 1877, the wife of Mr. Bartlett Stevens, of a son.
POLLOCK. – At Auckland, on the 26th April, 1877, Mrs. James Pollock, of a son.
COHEN. – At Hastings street, Napier, on the 2nd May, the wife of Mr. H.P. Cohen, of a son.

MARRIAGES.
CAPPER – HARDING. – On the 1st of March, at Edith Grove Congregational Church, Manchester, by the Rev. J. Morgan, Samuel Capper, Esq., agent for the Canadian government, to Laura, fourth daughter of John Harding, Esq., of Mount Vernon, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand. No cards.
PELHAM-SHIRLEY. – On 18th March, at St. Peters Church, Wellington, by the Ven. Archdeacon Stock, Thomas, only son of Mr. Thomas Pelham, of Wellington, to Ellen, youngest daughter of Mr. James Shirley, of Napier.
LORY – JACOBS – At Napier, on the 7th April, by the Rev Mr. Berry, Hannibal Line Lory, to Mary, relict of the late Mr. Jacobs.
LAURENSON – EBBETT. – At the residence of Samuel Begg, Esq., Napier, on the 28th April, by the Rev. D. Sidey, Mr John Laurenson, to Miss Jane Ebbett. – Dunedin papers please copy.

DEATHS.
GUILLIARD. – At Napier, on the 6th April, Ethel Mary, infant daughter of Henry and Eliza Guilliard.
DRIBERG. – At Napier, on the 6th April, William Simla, infant son of William Driburg.
SIMON. – At Port Ahuriri, on April 8th, Charles Simon, aged nineteen and ten months.
PALMER. – At Napier, on the 11th April, after a short illness, Clara, second daughter of Mr. Charles Palmer, aged 3 years and 6 months.
WEBB. – At Gisborne, on the 13th April, Frederick Charles, infant son of Mr. H.E. Webb, aged six months.
BROUGHTON. – At Napier, on the 15th April, Francis Henry Joseph, only son of Mr. Frank Broughton, aged 4 years. Wellington papers please copy.
PALMER. – At Te Aute, Hotel, on the 18th April, Louisa, eldest daughter of Charles and Mary Ann Palmer, aged 7 years and 10 months.
PURCELL. – At Carlyle-street, Napier, on the 20th April, Mr. John Purcell.
WATKINS. – At Carlyle-street, Napier, on April30, Sarah, the beloved wife of Rees Watkins, railway guard, aged 29 years.
FLETCHER. – At Napier, on the 21st April, after a protracted illness, Anne, wife of Mr. William Fletcher, aged 68 years.

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12/5/1877

BIRTHS.
O’HANLON – At Taradale, on April 26, the wife of J.F. O’Hanlon, of a daughter.
McLEAN – On the 2nd May, at Tuki Tuki Station, the wife of Mr. Allan McLean, of a daughter.
HANLON – At Napier, on the 3rd May, the wife of Mr W. Hanlon, of a daughter.GRAHAM – At Napier, on May 7, the wife of Mr W.J. Graham, of a daughter.

MARRIAGE.
GIBBONS – WYLLIE – On the 26th April, by Rev. W. H. Root, at the residence of the bride’s mother, Mangapapa, Gisborne, Robert George Gibbons, junior, of Napier, son of Mr. R. G. Gibbons, of Gisborne, Poverty Bay, to Hannah Tungia Ralston, eldest daughter of the late Mr. James Wyllie of Poverty Bay.

19/5/1877

BIRTHS.
NAIRN – At Pourerere, on May 9, the wife of John Nairn, Esq, of a son.
MAYO – At Napier, on the 11th May, the wife of Mr. William Mayo, of a son.
PARKER – At the Victoria Hotel, Napier on the 14th May, the wife of Mr. J M Parker, of a son.
ROBINSON – At Emerson -street, Napier, on May 15, the wife of Henry Robinson, Marine Engineer, of a daughter.
WORDSWORTH – On the 16th May, at the residence of T Gore Graham Esq., the wife of C.F. Wordsworth. Esq., of a daughter.

MARRIAGE.
COTTERILL – STUART. – On the 17th May, 1877 at St. John’s Church, Napier, by the Rev. J. Townsend, Arthur James Cotterill to Julie Moore, eldest daughter of Robert Stuart, Esq.

DEATHS.
NESBITT – At Lucknow, India, on the 3rd March, 1877. James Nesbitt, of the Band of H.M.’s 65th regiment, aged 37 years. – A “Royal Tiger”, from the cradle to the grave, his loss has been deeply and deservedly regretted. – Wellington papers please copy.
LYSNAR – At the residence of his brother, Omahu, on May 11, Charles Lysnar aged 47 years.
HOLLAND – At Emerson-street, Napier, on the 12th May, James Edward Holland, late of Brighton, Sussex, England, aged 31 years – Sussex papers please copy.
DAVIES – At Wellington, on May 12, W.E. Davies, fourth son of the late Rev C.P. Davies, ages 24 years.
TANNIEN – At Barrack Hill, Goldsmith Road, on the 13th May, Mr. John Tannien, aged 51 years.

26/5/1877

BIRTHS.
HARRIS – On the 10th of May, at Tonk’s Cottage, Webb-street, Wellington, the wife of J.J. Harris, of a daughter.
CARTER – At Wairoa, on May 15, the wife of Mr Edwin Carter, of a daughter.
SCRAGG – At Taradale, on May 19, the wife of Mr Scragg, of a daughter.

2/6/1877

BIRTHS.
O’HANLON – At Taradale, on April 26, the wife of J.F. O’Hanlon, of a daughter.
McLEAN – On the 2nd May, at Tuki Tuki Station, the wife of Mr Allan McLean, of a daughter.
HANLON – At Napier, on the 3rd May, the wife of Mr W. Hanlon, of a daughter.
GRAHAM – At Napier, on May 7, the wife of Mr W.J. Graham, of a daughter.
NAIRN – At Pourerere, on May 9, the wife of John Nairn Esq., of a son.
HARRIS – On the 10th of May, at Tonk’s Cottage, Webb-street, Wellington, the wife of J.J. Harris, of a

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daughter.
MAYO – At Napier, on the 11th May, the wife of Mr William Mayo, of a son.
PARKER – At the Victoria Hotel, Napier, on the 14th May, the wife of Mr J.M. Parker, of a son.
ROBINSON – At Emerson-street, Napier, on May 15, the wife of Henry Robinson, Marine Engineer, of a daughter.
CARTER – At Wairoa, on May 15, the wife of Mr Edwin Carter, of a daughter.WORDSWORTH – On the 16th May, at the residence of T. Gore Graham Esq., the wife of C.F. Wordsworth Esq. of a daughter.
SCRAGG – At Taradale, on May 19, the wife of Mr Scragg, a daughter.
NORTHE – At Parnell, Auckland, on May 24, the wife of Mr M.F. Northe, of a daughter.
BENNETT – At Omaranui [ Omarunui ], on the 26th May, the wife of Mr John Bennett, of a son.
LOCKE – At Napier, on the 28th of May, the wife of S. Locke Esq., of a son.
GLEN – At Napier, on the 29th instant, the wife of Mr P. Glen, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES.
GIBBONS – WYLLIE – on the 26th April, by the Rev. W.H. Root, at the residence of the bride’s mother, Mangapapa, Gisborne, Robert George Gibbons Junior, of Napier, son of Mr R.G. Gibbons, of Gisborne, Poverty Bay, to Hannah Tungia Ralston, eldest Daughter of the late Mr James Wyllie of Poverty Bay.
COTTERILL – STUART – on the 17th May, 1877, at St John’s Church, Napier, by the Rev. J. Townsend, Arthur James Cotterill to Julie Moore, eldest daughter of Robert Stuart, Esq.

DEATHS.
NESBITT – At Lucknow, India, on the 3rd March, 1877, James Nesbitt, of the Band of H.M.’s 65th Regiment, aged 37 years. A “Royal Tiger”, from the cradle to the grave, his loss has been deeply and deservedly regretted. Wellington papers please copy.
VAUGHAN – On board the Falcon, at sea, on the 23rd April, David Vaughan, of Napier, aged 39 years.
CARRINGTON – At Taranaki, New Plymouth, on the 7th May, Nelson, eldest son of O. Carrington Esq., of Taranaki and late Assistant Engineer Public Works Department, aged 32 years.
LYSNAR – at the residence of his brother, Omahu, on May 11, Charles Lysnar aged 47 years.
HOLLAND – At Emerson-street, Napier, on the 12th May, James Edward Holland, late of Brighton, Sussex, England, aged 31 years. Sussex papers please copy.
DAVIES – At Wellington, on May 12, W.E. Davies, fourth son of the late Rev C.P. Davies, aged 24 years.
TANNIEN – At Barrack Hill, Goldsmith Road, on the 13th May, Mr John Tannien, aged 51 years.
GODDARD – At Napier, on the 23rd May, Mr James Robert Goddard, aged 53 years.
NORTHE – At Parnell, Auckland, on the 31st May, Christina, the wife of Mr H.F. Northe, late of Napier.

16/6/1877

BIRTH.
REDWARD – At Port Ahuriri, on the 11th June, the wife of Mr Leicester Redward, of a daughter.STUART – At Napier, on the 9th June, the wife of Mr John Stuart of a son.

23/3/1877

BIRTHS.
McDONELL – At Meanee on June 14th, the wife of D.R. McDonell, of a daughter.
MASSEY – At Tennyson-street, Napier, on the 17th June, the wife of Mr John Massey, of a daughter.
BEAR – At her residence, Tennyson-street, Napier, on June 19th, the wife of Mr Percival Bear, a son.

MARRIAGES.
FRASER – BROOK – At St. Andrew’s Church, Auckland, on the 6th June, by the Rev D. Bruce, assisted by the Rev. R.F. Macnicol, the Rev. J.M. Fraser, of Waipawa, Hawke’s Bay, to Ada Elizabeth, only daughter of J. Brook, Parnell.
HAULTAIN – TORR. – At Petane, on the 4th June, by the Rev. G.H. Johnstone, Arthur Terrick, youngest son of the late Major-General Haultain, Royal Artillery, to Louisa Josephine, second daughter of Joseph Torr, Esq., Petane.

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30/6/1877

BIRTHS.
STUART – At Napier, on the 19th June, the wife of Mr. John Stuart of a son.
REDWARD – At Port Ahuriri, on the 11th June, the wife of Mr. Leicester Redward, of a daughter.
McDONELL – At Meeanee, on June 14th, the wife of D.R. McDonell, of a daughter.
MASSEY – At Tennyson-street, Napier, on 17th June, the wife of Mr. John Massey, of a daughter.
BEAR – At her residence, Tennyson-street, Napier, on June 19th, the wife of Mr. Percival Bear, of a son.
BUCHANAN – At Hampden, on June 21st, the wife of J.J. Buchanan, of a daughter.
CAULTON – At Napier, on the 25th June, the wife of Mr. H. O. Caulton, of a daughter.
GARNHAM – At Waipawa, on the 26th June, the wife of Mr. WR. Garnham, of a daughter.
WILKIE – At Port Ahuriri, on the 26th June, the wife of Mr. W. Wilkie, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES.
MAY – HILLS – At the residence of William McBeath, Esq, Eglinton-road, Mornington, Dunedin, on the 31st May, by the Rev. Dr. Stuart, Mr. William May, of Dunedin, to Jessie Emma Gertrudel second daughter of Mr. Edwin Hills, of Napier – Auckland papers please copy.
NORMAN – QUEREE – At her uncle’s residence, Springfield, Puketapu, on June 6, by the Rev. P.C. Anderson, Lizzie Queree to John Norman, both of St. Heliers, Jersey.
FRASER – BROOK – At St. Andrew’s Church Auckland, on the 6th June, by the Rev D. Bruce, assisted by the Rev. R.F. Macnicol, the Rev. J.M. Fraser, of Waipawa, Hawke’s Bay, to Ada Elizabeth, only daughter of J. Brook, Parnell.
PARSONS – LE COUTEUR – At St. Mark’s Church, Clive, on June 2, by the Rev. W. Marshall, Thomas Parsons, of Puketapu, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand, to Eliza LeCouteur, of St. Helliers, Jersey.
MCLEAN – COLLINS – In the Presbyterian Church, Havelock, on the 20th June 1877, by the Rev. Alex. Shepherd, Mr. Peter McLean, farmer, Pukahau, to Eliza, sixth daughter of Mr. S. Collins, Pukahu.

DEATHS.
HENDERSON. – On 30th May, at his father’s residence, Woolcombe-street, Wellington, Harcourt Herbert Henderson, youngest son of John Henderson, Esq., C.E., aged 1 year and 9 months.
PATON – at Napier, on June 5th, Joseph fifth son of Mt. T. Paton. Aged 17 years and 6 months.
NILSSON – At the Napier Hospital, on the 6th Jun, Gustaf Nilsson, ages 27 years.
HITCHINGS – At Napier, on the 26th June, from tetanus, Claude Walter Hampton son of Thomas Hitchings, aged 13 years.
MCINTYRE – At West Clive, on June 26. Mary Ann McIntyre, the eldest daughter of David and Agnes McIntyre, aged 4 years and 8 months.

7/7/1877

BIRTHS.
BARRY. – At Taradale on the 29th June, the wife of Mr. John Barry, of a son.
RIGGIR. – At Olrig, Maraekakaho, on the 2nd July, the wife of Mr. John Riggir, of a daughter.

MARRIAGE.
CAREY – GARBUTT – On the 23rd June, at the residence of Mr. George Ross, Wellington, by the Rev. J. Moir, George Nicholas, eldest son of the late Captain Carey, to Martha Jane, youngest daughter of the late Captain Garbutt, of Liverpool.

DEATHS.
BRETT. – At the residence of Mr. George Clampitt, Dickens-street, Napier, Catherine Brett, adopted daughter of Mr. G. Clampitt, aged 10 years.
INGLIS. – At Napier, on July 3, of croup, A. St. Clair, youngest son of A. St. Clair Inglis, Esq., aged 8 months.

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14/7/1877

BIRTHS.
NASMITH – At Port Ahuriri, on the 5th July, the wife of Mr James Nasmith, of a son.
JOHNSTON. – At Oruawharo, on the 7th July, the wife of Sydney Johnston, Esq., of a son.
HIRTZEL. – At Porangahau, on the 8th July, the wife of Charles A. M. Hirtzel, of a daughter.
NIGHTINGALE. – At Napier, on the 11th July, the wife of W. F. Nightingale, of a son.

DEATH.
WILLIAMS. – At Napier, on the 10th July after a long and painful illness, Annie Maria, the beloved daughter of John and S. Williams, aged 20 years. – Auckland and Wellington papers please copy.

21/7/1877

BIRTHS.
MOORE. – On July 15, at Carlyle-street, Napier, the wife of Mr. T. Moore, of a son.
ALLEN. – At Napier, on July 16th, the wife of Henry Allen, of a son.

MARRIAGES.
WRIGHT – GOODWIN. – At Hastings, on the 12th July, at the bride’s residence, by the Rev. W. Marshall, D. A. Wright, youngest son of the late Henry Wright, of New Plymouth, to Ellen Pinyon Goodwin, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Goodwin, of Hastings.
WARMAN – LAFFOLEY. – At St. John’s Church, Napier, on the 15th July, by the Rev. D’Arcy Irvine, Alfred Edward Warman to Eliza Margaret Laffoley, eldest daughter of Philip Laffoley, late of St. Lawrence, Jersey, Channel Islands.

DEATH.
MORRISON. – At Napier, on the 17th July, after a long and painful illness. Isabella, the beloved wife of Mr. Thomas Morrison, watchmaker.

28/7/1877

BIRTHS.
BARRY. – At Taradale on the 29th June, the wife of Mr John Barry, of a son.
RIGGIR. – At Olrig, Maraekakaho, on the 2nd July, the wife of Mr John Riggir, of a daughter.
NASMITH. – At Port Ahuriri, on the 5th July, the wife of Mr James Nasmith, of a son.
JOHNSTON. – At Oruawharo, on the 7th July, the wife of Sydney Johnston, Esq., of a son.
HIRTZEL. – At Porangahau, on the 8th July, the wife of Charles A.M. Hirtzel, of a daughter.
NIGHTINGALE. – At Napier, on the 11th July, the wife of W.F. Nightingale, of a son.
MOORE. – On July 15, at Carlyle-street, Napier, the wife of Mr M. Moore, of a son.
ALLEN. – At Napier, on July 16th, the wife of Henry Allen, of a son.
LANGLEY. – At Cameron Road, Napier, on the 22nd July, the wife of Mr J. Langley, of a son.

MARRIAGES.
CAREY – GARBUTT – On the 23rd June, at the residence of Mr George Ross, Wellington, by the Rev. J. Moir, George Nicholas, eldest son of the late Captain Carey, to Martha Jane, youngest daughter of the late Captain Garbutt, of Liverpool.
WRIGHT – GOODWIN. – At Hastings, on the 12th July, at the bride’s residence, by the Rev. W. Marshall, D.A. Wright, youngest son of the late Henry Wright, of New Plymouth, to Ellen Pinyon Goodwin, eldest daughter of Mr W. Goodwin, of Hastings.
WARMAN – LAFFOLEY. – At St John’s Church, Napier, on the 15th July, by the Rev. D’Arcy Irvine, Alfred Edward Warman to Eliza Margaret Laffoley, eldest daughter of Philip Laffoley, late of St Lawrence, Jersey, Channel Islands.

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DEATHS.
BRETT. – At the residence of Mr. George Clampitt, Dickens-street, Napier, Catherine Brett, adopted daughter of Mr G. Clampitt, aged 10 years.
INGLIS. – At Napier, on July 3, of croup, A. St Clair, youngest son of A. St Clair Inglis, Esq., aged 8 months.
WILLIAMS. – At Napier, on the 10th July, after a long and painful illness, Annie Maria, the beloved daughter of John and S. Williams, aged 20 years. – Auckland and Wellington papers please copy.
MORRISON. – At Napier, on the 17th July, after a long and painful illness, Isabella, the beloved wife of Mr Thomas Morrison, watchmaker.

11/8/1877

BIRTH.
MURROW. – At Napier, on August 3rd, the wife of W.H. Murrow, of a son.

MARRIAGES.
MILLER – EDSER. – At Napier, on 28th July, R.M. Miller, late Lieut. 33rd (Duke of Wellington’s) Regiment, to Mary J., youngest daughter of Mr. A. Edser.
VILLERS – McKAIN. – At Petane, on the 2nd August, at the residence of the bride’s mother, by the Rev. Father Reignier, Mr. Charles Villers, of Petane, to Robina, fourth daughter of the late Mr James Buchanan McKain.

18/7/1877

BIRTHS.
ALLARDICE – At Danevirk [ Dannevirke ]. On August 3, the wife of J. Allardice, of a son.
TYLER –  At Waipawa, on August 4, the wife of Mr W. Tyler, of a son.

MARRIAGE.
NEWMAN – BOSWELL – At Onga Onga, Ruataniwha, on the 9th August, by the Rev. J.C. Eccles, Mr James M. Newman, to Adaline Caroline, second daughter of Henry Boswell, Esq., of London.

25/8/1877

BIRTHS.
MURROW. – At Napier, on August 3rd, the wife of W.H. Murrow, of a son.
ALLARDICE – At Danevirk, on August 3, the wife of J. Allardice, of a son.TYLER – At Waipawa, on August 4, the wife of Mr W. Tyler, of a son.
BISHOP. – On the 17th August, at Hastings, the wife of Thomas Bishop, of a son.
JONES. – At Napier, on the 19th August, the wife of Mr J.S. Jones, of a son.
McLEOD. – At Napier, on the 23rd August, the wife of Mr John McLeod, of a son.

MARRIAGES.
TUPPER. – MORDACQUE. – On the 29th May last. At the church of St. Peter, Port Guernsey, by the Rev. R.J. Oxanne, M.A., Rector, uncle of the bridegroom, Henry De Lisle, youngest son of the late Henry Tupper (of Les Cotils), Esq.,to Florence Harriet, sixth daughter of the late Rev. H.L. Mordacque, Rector of Hastington, Lancashire.
WALLIS – BEAMISH. – At Okawa, on July 26, by the Rev. P.C. Anderson, Arthur Henry, second son of F Wallis, Esq., F.R.C.S., of Beshill [Bexhill], Sussex, to Jane, eldest daughter of N.E. Beamish, Esq., Okawa, Hawke’s Bay.
FLEMING – McKENZIE. – On July 27th, at the residence of the bride’s father, by the Rev. R. Fraser, Mr John Scott Fleming, of Blackhead, to Harriet Ruddiford, eldest daughter of Mr John McKenzie, of Tamumu.MILLER –
EDSER. – At Napier, on 28th July, R.M. Miller, late lieut. 33rd (Duke of Wellington’s) Regiment, to Mary J., youngest daughter of Mr.A. Edser.
VILLERS – McKAIN. – At Petane, on the 2nd August, at the residence of the bride’s mother, by the Rev.

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Father Reignier Mr Charles Villers, of Petane, to Robina, fourth daughter of the late Mr. James Buchanan McKain.
NEWMAN – BOSWELL – At Onga Onga, Ruataniwha, on the 9th August, by the Rev .J. C. Eccles, Mr James M. Newman, to Adaline Caroline, second daughter of Henry Boswell, Esq., of London.
LOVE – MERRYMAN. – At St. John’s Church, Napier, on the 11th August, by the Rev. D’Arcy Irvine, Mr George Love. of Hastings, to Emma, eldest daughter of the late Mr William Merryman, of Gloucestershire, England.
BROWN – BUCKINGHAM. – At the residence of the bride, on 21st August, by the Rev. D. Sidey, Mr Henry Brown, Gas Manager, to Sarah Ann Georgiana, only daughter of Mr. George Buckingham, Napier.

DEATHS.
TRASK – At Wellington, on July 25, Thomas Trask, aged 86 years, father of J.H. Trask, Napier.
REID. – At the County Hospital, Napier, on the 1st August, Thomas Glen Reid, aged 26 years.

1/9/1877

BIRTHS.
BURTON. – At Taradale, on August 23rd, the wife of W.J. Burton, of a son.
WELLWOOD. – At Maxwell Lea, Hastings, on August 25th, the wife of Robert Wellwood, Esq., of a son.
ELMES. – At Napier, on August 28th, the wife of Mr John Elmes, jun., of a son.

MARRIAGE.
McVICAR – CARBIS. – At the Free Methodist Chuch [Church], Napier, on August 25, by the Rev. J. Parkin, Mr James McVicar, of Lochmaddy, Scotland, to Miss Catherine Carbis, of St. Gist, Cornwall, England.

DEATH.
SMITH. – At Cameron Road, Napier, on August 29, Rosa, fourth daughter of William and Mary Smith.

8/9/1877

BIRTHS.
BRADLEY. – At Taradale, on September 2nd, the wife of Mr. George Bradley, of a son.
LAMBERT. – At West Clive, on September 5, the wife of Mr. G. Lambert, of a son.

MARRIAGE.
ALLANACH – O’HANLIN. – On the 5th June, at Napier, by the Rev. D. Sidey, Alexander Allanach, to Annie O’Hanlin, both of Taradale.

DEATHS.
WINDUSS. – At Shakespeare Terrace, Napier, on September 2, Mary Ann Winduss, second daughter of George and Elizabeth Winduss.
SINCLAIR. – At West Clive, on September 5, Mr George Sinclair.

15/9/1877

BIRTHS.
BALFOUR – At Springfield, Puketapu, on September 5, the wife of Mr David P. Balfour, Mangawhare, of a son.
WATTS – At Kaikora, on September 6, the wife of Mr Edward Watts of a daughter.
BENJAMIN. – At Napier, on September 9th, the wife of Mr. H.G. Benjamin, of a son.

DEATH.
CARLEY. – On September 12th, at the Bank of New Zealand, Opotiki, Alice Florence Isabel, the seventh and youngest daughter of Isaac and Lilly Carley, aged seventeen months.

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29/9/1877

BIRTHS.
BOGGS. – At Napier, on September 20, the wife of Mr. George Boggs, of a son.
NEAL. – At Napier, on September 24, the wife of Mr H. Neal, of a daughter.
GARNER. – At Napier, on September 24, the wife of F.W. Garner, of a son.

DEATH.
UDALL. – At the Napier Hospital, on September 21, of consumption, Thomas Udall, aged 49 years.

13/10/1877

BIRTHS.
MOORE. – At Milton-road, Napier, on October 6, the wife of Mr. George Moore, of a son.
SCOTT. – At the Kaikora Hotel, Kaikora, on the 7th October, the wife of Mr. James Scott, of a daughter.

DEATHS.
LYSNAR. – At the residence of her sister, Camden Road, London, England, on August 12, 1877, Emma, youngest sister of William D. Lysnar.
GRAINGER. – At Napier, on October 5, Emma Grainger, aged 18 years.
O’REGAN. – At Napier, on the 7th October, after a long and painful illness, Michael O’Regan, printer, formerly of Limerick, Ireland, and late of Auckland, aged 64 years. – Auckland and Limerick papers please copy.
DUNN. – At her late residence, White-road, Napier, on the 9th October, Sophia, beloved wife of W. Dunn, aged 28 years.

3/11/1877

BIRTHS.
NEAL. – At Napier, on the 25th October, the wife of Mr. John Neal, of a son.
WILLIAMS. – At Frimley, on the 1st of November, Mrs. J.N. Williams, of a son.

DEATHS.
GOLDEN. – At her father’s residence, Port Ahuriri, Ada Jane, the beloved daughter of Mr. Joseph Golden, aged 15 years.
McINTYRE. – At Greenmeadows, Taradale, on October 30, Helen, the wife of James McIntyre, aged 42 years.

10/11/1877

BIRTH.
O’CONNELL. – At West Clive, on November 5, the wife of Mr. Patrick O’Connell, of a son.

MARRIAGES.
STUART – WATERS. – At Port Ahuriri on November 1st, by the Rev. J. Campbell, Mr A.L. Stuart to Miss Henrietta Waters.
WILLIAMS – WARREN. – At Napier, on November 4, by the Rev. J. Berry, Mr C.T. Williams, of Shrewsbury, England, to Miss J. Warren, of Ballyhenry, County Wicklow, Ireland.

DEATH.
DENTON. – At the residence of Mr Thomas Gore Graham, on November 6, Elizabeth Jane, the beloved wife of Mr John Henderson Denton, aged 27 years.

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24/11/1877

BIRTHS.
CARR. – At Vernon, near Waipukurau, on November 18, the wife of Mr Samuel Carr, of a son.
SCOTTER. – At Waipukurau, on November 19, the wife of Mr. W.G. Scotter, of a daughter.
SLUCE. – At the residence of her father, West Clive, on November 20th, the wife of George Edgar Sluce, of a daughter. – Sydney papers please copy.
SAINSBURY – At Napier, on November 20th, the wife of Mr G.E. Sainsbury, of a son.

DEATHS.
BEST – On November 16, at his residence, White-road, Napier, Thomas R. Best, aged 32 years. – Auckland and home papers please copy.
WOODS – At Napier, on November 20, Mr. Daniel Woods, senr., aged 78 years.
SHEPHERD. – At the Manse, Havelock, on the 22nd November, Elizabeth Mary Speirs, the beloved wife of the Rev. Alexander Shepherd, aged 40 years.

1/12/1877

BIRTHS.
CLAYTON. – t his residence, Gisborne, Poverty Bay, on Thursday, the 15th November, the wife of Mr H. Clayton, of a son.
VILLERS. – On the 19th of November, at Ormond, the wife of Mr John Villers, of a son.
WILLIAMS. – At Milton-road, Napier, on the 22nd November, the wife of N. Williams, of a son.
LYNN. – At Hastings, on 24th November, the wife of I. Lynn, of a son.
SNELLING – At her residence, Tennyson-street, on the 26th November, the wife of Mr. S. A Snelling, of a daughter.

MARRIAGE.
BOWLER – COLDICUTT. – On November 19, at Gisborne, Poverty Bay, Alexander, youngest son of the late W. Bowler, Esq., of Wellington, to Edith Florence Coldicutt.

DEATHS.
WHITE. – At Exmere, Te Aute, on Nov. 17th Reginald Franklin, youngest son of J. Franklin White, aged 7 months.
BISHOP. – At Hastings, on the 23rd November, Sydney Thomas, infant son of Thomas and Elizabeth Bishop, aged 13 weeks.

15/12/1877

BIRTHS.
TANNER. – At Norton House, Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, on October 1, the wife of Thomas Tanner, a daughter.
CLAYTON. – At his residence, Gisborne, Poverty Bay, on Thursday, the 15th November, the wife of Mr. H. Clayton, of a son.
CARR. – At Vernon, near Waipukurau, on 18 November, the wife of Mr. Samuel Carr, of a son.
VILLERS. – On the 19th of November, at Ormond, the wife of Mr John Villers, of a son.
SCOTTER. – At Waipukurau, on November 19, the wife of Mr. W.G. Scotter, of a daughter.
SLUCE. – At the residence of her father, West Clive, on November 20th, the wife of George Edgar Sluce, of a daughter. – Sydney papers please copy.
SAINSBURY – At Napier, on November 20th, the wife of Mr. G.E. Sainsbury, of a son.
WILLIAMS. – At Milton-road, Napier, on the 22nd November, the wife of N. Williams, of a son.
LYNN. – At Hastings, on 24th November, the wife of I. Lynn, of a son.
SNELLING. – At her residence, Tennyson-street, on the 26th November, the wife of Mr. S.A. Snelling, of a daughter.

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HALL. – At Tikokino, near Hampden, on December 2, the wife of William Hall, of a son.
HARVEY. – At Port Ahuriri, on December 12, the wife of Mr. T. Harvey, of a son.

MARRIAGES.
BOWLER – COLDICUTT. – On November 19, at Gisborne, Poverty Bay. Alexander, youngest son of the late W. Bowler, Esq., of Wellington, to Edith Florence Coldicutt.
DONNELLY – KARAURIA. – On the 6th December, at St. John’s Church, Napier, by the Rev. H.W. St. Hill, George Prior Donnelly, of Omahu, third son of the late P. Donnelly, Esq., County Tipperary, Ireland, to Airini, daughter of the late Karauria Tania-whakakiti-i-a- te-rangi, chief, and a neice of Renata Kawepo, chief, Omahu.
ABRAM – JAMES. – At St. Johns Church, Napier, on the 8th December, by the Rev. H.W. St. Hill, Mr John Abram, of Letheringsell, Norfolk, England, to Agnes James, of London.
MACAULAY – CARTER. – At the residence of J. McCormick, by the Rev. A Reid, T.H. Macaulay, Webb-street, painter, to Elizabeth Carter, second daughter of J. Carter, builder, Wellington.

DEATHS.
BEST – On November 16, at his residence, White-road, Napier, Thomas R. Best, aged 32 years. Auckland and home papers please copy.
WHITE. – At Exmere, Te Aute, on Nov. 17th, Reginald Franklin, youngest son of J. Franklin White, aged 7 months.
WOODS. – At Napier, on November 20th, Mr Daniel Woods, snr., aged 78 years.SHEPHERD. – At the Manse, Havelock, on the 22nd November, Elizabeth Mary Spiers, the beloved wife of the Rev. Alexander Shepherd, aged 40 years.
BISHOP. – At Hastings, on the 23rd November, Sydney Thomas, infant son of Thomas and Elizabeth Bishop, aged 13 weeks.
McCORMICK. – At Napier, on December 6th, Williams James, the only son of Mr. A. McCormick, aged 1 year.
McRAE. – At Napier, on December 8th, after a short illness, Kitty McRae, aged 3 years.
GALBRAITH. – At the Clarendon Hotel, Napier, on the 12th December, Duncan Galbraith, aged 47 years, through the bursting of a blood vessel in the stomach.
ROBINSON. – At Napier, on December 13, Henry Robinson, marine engineer, of Strauron, aged 28 years.

22/12/1877

BIRTHS.
DROWER. – At Waipukurau, on December 13, the wife of Mr Frederick Howe Drower, of a daughter.
HAIR – At Port Ahuriri, on December 16, the wife of Mr John Hair, of a son.

29/12/1877

BIRTH.
HASTINGS. – At Napier, on December 21, 1877, the wife of W.G. Hastings, of a son. – West Australian papers please copy.

MARRIAGE.
POLLEN – BOURKE. – At Holy Trinity Church, Gisborne, on the 18th December, by the Rev. E. Williams, Henry Pollen, B.A., M.D. of Dublin, to Katherine J. Bourke, second daughter of Peter Bourke, Esq., Gisborne, formerly of County Mayo, Ireland.

DEATH.
PALMER. – At Battery Road, Napier, on the 23rd December, Charles, infant son of Mr Arthur Palmer, aged five months.

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