A llkn.—On the 10th of September, at his residence* Papakura Valley, Mr. Thomas Allen, aged 50 y^ars. Bkown.—On cseptember 16th, ,at the Bean Rock Lighthouse. George John BrownyVon-'ef'Hugh and Elisabeth Brown, aged 11 months. Carlet.— On September 12tb, at the Bank of New Zealand, upotiti, Alice Florence Isabel, the seventh aud youngest daughter of Isaac and Lilly Carley, tged 17 mouths. ' Caklyle.—On the Gth August, at his residence, Graiiou Road, John Carlyle, aged 62 years. i,o(juhanb —On August 19, at his residence, Herd's Point, Mokianga, Dennis Urowne Cochrane, ago 1 00, ono of HoUiaoga'a earli-st settlers. CirsNisaUAii.—On Sept»mber 7th, at his parents' residence,. Kobert Patterson CunninKham, youngest son of Andrew and Helen Cunningham, aged 6 monlhs, Elttards.—On August 22, at his residence, Oruru Valley, Mongonui; William Edwards, blacksmith, sged Of, formerly of Port Stanley, Canada West.— Melbourne and Canadlau papers please copy. Fortune.-—On September 20, Mary Anno, wife of Joseph Fortune, and fecond daughter of Poter O'Keilly. Gorrii —At Shelly Beach, on September 10th, in her 68th year, Mary Morton, relict of the late William Gorrie » . ~ w T 3 Jokdak.—At Honolulu, on 30th Juno, Jire. Jordon, daughter of Mr. G. B. Owen, of this city. Lindsay.—On September 14, at the residence of tho parents, Mary Ann, infaut daughter of Alfred James and Martha Lindsay, hr- d 14 months. . MoE"wen.—At the North Shore, on September 17tb, at hi* father's residence, James McEwcn, eldest son of James and Mary McKwen, aged 9 years. Munro.—On September I*, at his rrsiden«'e, iJpper Pitt-street. Newton, after a long aud painful illness, Mr. I'auiel Munro, aged 71 years. Pa<«e.—On the 27th Auguot, Mr. Thomas Page fell asleep in Jesus, aged 67. Pkarhk.—on 19tb, Mary Jane Cotton, dourly be'oved wife of John W. Pearso, in her 44th yisar; deeply regretted. R KC3 ,_On the Ist September, at Parlinghurst, Sydney, David Henry Reea, aged 34 years, ScoTr.—On tieptember 15, at the residence of his parents, Charles £rnest, the iieloved child of John and Jinnett .-cott, aged 10 months. c.tocks.—On September 4,1877, Mr. Joseph "Walker Stocks (iato butcher), Karanganapo Road. utuerland.—On 4lh Sept., at the Wairoa South, Jessie, a native of Brora, scot and, the beloved wife of Mr. Hector autherlaud, at tho advanced age of 80 years, regrotted by all who knew her, leaving a numerous family of daogbters acd sons, besides thirteen grand-daughters arid twenty-five grand-sons to lament her loss. Her end was peace, trusting In her Heavenly Father. Svmons.—On August 10, *at the residence of his parents; Gyndry-stiee', Newton, William Symonds, eldest aon of Mr. Will am aged 6 years. T/lslky.—Oa the 2<Uh August, Mr. John Tilbloy, Veterinary Surgeon, Parawai, Thames Guldfields.— Home papers please copy. Wayla.nd.—On the Ist September, at Onehunga, from injuries received by a kick from a horse, Charles a. P. Wayland. "Welsh.—on August 22nd, at Waiplp!, Michael Welsh, Hged 53 years. Weston. — On September 18, at tfokittka. of scarlet fever, Louis* Mary, aged 3 years ; on the 20th, John James, aged years, children of Thomas S. Weston, Esq. ' •
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DEATHS., New Zealand Herald, Volume XIV, Issue 4948, 25 September 1877
DEATHS. New Zealand Herald, Volume XIV, Issue 4948, 25 September 1877
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