BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.
BIRTHS. Aubik. —On June 24, at her residence, Alexandra, the wife of Mr. J. Autin of a daughter. Bpllek.—On July 2. at her residence, Karao, Charlotte, the wife of 15. S. Euilen of a sod. Coleh&">ook.—At Cjromandel, on July 6, Mrs. J. D. of a son. Coytley. -On Juno 29, at her residence, O'Neillstreet, Ponsonby, the wife of W. Cowlsy of a daughter. Crockzr.—On June 17, at Dargaville, ths wife of C. H. Crocker of a sou. Djjwaville.—At Pam ell, on Juae IS, ilrs. J, M. Dargaville of a daughter. Digvak.—On June IS, the wife of Mr. Anthony M. Dignan of a daughter. GEiiitELL.—On Juae 23, at P&nmure, the wife of Mr. Robert Gemmellof a daughter. Goldswoktht. —On Jnns 20. at her residence, Wellwood, Mauku, the wife of William Gold*worthy of a son. Hay.—On July 2, at her residence, Collingwoodstreet, Hamilton, the wife of William Macgregor Hay of a daughter. Hill.—On July S, at Grafton Road, the wife of the Rev. J. S. Hill of a son (stillborn;. Hirst. —On June 2D, at her residence, Pollenstreet, Thames. Mrs. S. L. Hirst of a daughter^ Hudson.—On June 25, at her residence, Po~sonby, the wife of John H. Hudson of a daughter. liEKXAEJ).—At the Three icings, cn June 17, Mrs. J. I*. Lennard ol a son. Mauos.—On July 3, at Edinburgh-street, Newton, the wife of Owen Mahon of a son. McLrot>. —At Waipu, on June 20/ Mrs. D. M. McLeod of a daughter. Kairk.—On the 11th July, at ?carbro Terrace, Pamell, the wife of George Nairn, of Gisborne, of a son. Nicnonn. — On July 2, the wife of Mr. William Nicholl, Ellerslie, of a daughter. ' Peacocke.—On July 5, at Onehtmga, the wife of Fitzroy Peacocke of a ton. Peek.—On June 20. a: Cambridge, the wife of Mr. Thos. N. Peek of a son. Pkiestley. —On June 25, at her residence, Waikomiti, the wife of \Y. E. Pries thy of a daughter, i Both doing well. > Ruddell.—At Buakaka, Waipu, on June 24, the 1 wife "of -. W. Rnddell of a son. Ktbubk.—At Bosebank. North Shore, on June IS, Mrs. ii. N. Pyburn of a son. Slade.—On June 30, at Primrose Cottage, Newton, the wife of G. A. Slaae of a daughter. Taylor.—On M j .y 17, at Ponsonby, the wife of John Taylor of a son. Tudfhopc.—On June IS. at her residence, Frank* i n Road, the wife of R. Tndahopj of a son. MARRIAGES. Adams—Strongman.—On June 25, at the Registrar's Oifics, Coromandel, Henry Adams to Elizabeth Davy Strongman. Aickix—Doxildsos*.—On July 4, by the Rev. T. G. Carr, George Gordon, fifth son of Thos. Aickin, Esq., 11.D., to Margaret, enly daughter of the late James Donaldson, Esq., C.E., Victoria. Bassett — Chattcics—On June 7th, at th* residence of the bride's father,'- by the Rev. T. Hodgson, Thomas, third son of E- Basse;t, Esq., Northern Wairoa, to Minnie, third danghter of J. Chadirick, Esq., Park-road, Auckland. Bowp.ikg— McEwiv.— On June 23, at the residence of Mr. T. McEwin. by the Rev. J. Robertson, M.A., Sydney, second soa of Mr. Alfred Bowring, Symonrfsstreet, to Margate- Eiiber, eldest daughter of Mr. Andrew 31c:.win, Auckland! Bilkky—M^atyard.—On June CO, at Papakura, John, second son of Robert Bilkey, Pine Farm, Buckland, to Nellie. eldest daughter of Mr. Me»tyard, Papa.-au, Bom'Diy.—Cornwall, Somersetshire, papers please copy. Bcrxs—Carlyle.—On July 12, at Cotele Villa, by the Kev. S. MacfarUne, Charles .Burns, to Charl"tte Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late John Carlyle, of Auckland. Clinkard—Hooper- -On July 11. at the residence of Mr. Isaac Glenny. Onshunga, by the Rev. J. Bruce, Cecil Henry, only son of ilr. Thomas Clinkard, Postmaster, Makarau, to Julia Leiitia, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Charles Hooper, of "t^arkworth, Courtsey—Price. —On the 22nd June, Daniel Courtney, of this city, to Hannah Graves Price, daughter of Joseph Price, of Chris:churcb, New Zealand.—Home papers please copy. Coze>*j3—Hooper.—On July 11, at the residence of Mr. Isaac Glenny, Onehunga, by the Rev. J. Bruce, George Cozen?, cf Aucklanl, to Anna, second daughter of the late Mr. Charles Hooper, of Warkworth. Flewellyn—Olxey.—On June 21, at St. Mark's, Remuera, by ths Ten. Archdeacon Pritt, Henry Fleweilyn, builder, of Newton, to Charlotte Alice, eldest daughter of Richard Olnsy, of Epsom.—Somersetshire papera please copy. Ford — Clemow. —On June 20, at the Henui Church, by the Ven. Archdeacon Govett, William second son of John S. Fori of Hall Toirs, Devon, to Sarah Jane, eldest daughter of Robert demow, of Brookiands, New Plymouth, TaranakL Harwood— Carlyle.—Oo July 10, at Cotele Villa, by the Rev. S. Macfarlane, E. Harwood, Bookseller, of Wapaua, Hawke's Bay, to Charlotte, widow of the late John Carlyle, of Auckland. j Hawseswood—Smith.—On June IS, at St. Mary's 1 Church, Pamell, by the Rev. G. H. S. Walpole, M.A., Charles Samuel, eldest son of Charles Hawkeswood, Ironfounder, of Birmingham, England, to Ediih Ellen, fourth daughter of Joseph Smith, Esq., of Colchester, Englandl— Home papers please copy. Herd—Rowlands.—On July 6, at St. Matthew's, by the Rsv. Wm. Tebbs, M.A., David Herd, son of the late David Her-i. Belfast, Ireland, to Frances, j daughter of the late Horace T. E. Rowlands, *Waipu, I Auckland, y.Z. So cake, no cards. Lucas— Bayts.—On May 9th, at Old Hunstanton Church, Norfolk, Edwin Lucas, late of Cambridge, Waikato, X.Z.. son of Thomas Lucas, E<q.. The Briers, Bedford, to Mary Bayes, of Soham, Cambridgeshire. Mau>uer—Murray.—On June the 12th, at St. Bride's Church, Mauku, by the Rev. C. Frith, Alfred Henry Mounder, of Auckland, to Annie Louisa, youngest daughter of Mr. M. Murray, of Mauku. Mcifupjao —Hargreayes.—On June 22. at Kaipara, by the Rev. W. Gittos. Henry E. F. Mc>«urdo. fifth son of General Sir Montague McMurdo, to Blanche, third daughter of ihe late Joseph Hargreavts, Esq.. of Kaipara. Heme papers please copy. Murray—Bodes.—On June 12, at St. Bride's Church, Mauku, by the Rev. C. Frith, William Joseph Murray to Margaret Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. James Bod en, cf Mauku. Owess—Allixsok.— On June 6th, at Holy Trinity Church, Spring Cr<ek. Blenheim, by the Rev. A. Hermon. Charges Henry, eldest son of'the late Charles Owens, Esq , Dublin, and nephew of Sir George B. Owens, of the ssme nlace, to Adi, third and only surviving daughter of thelate William Aliinson, Esq., of Nelson, and ward of Thomas Carter, Esq., Hillersden, Wairau Valley, Marlborough. Peacock—Wilsok.—On April 21, at the residence of A. J. Cartwright, Esq., Honolulu, W. C. Peacock, of Honolulu, to Mary Alice (Lily), eldest daughter of James Wilson, of Nelson, formerly of Auckland.— No cards. Saxdef. l ?—KiXGtON".—On June 6, at St. Andrew's Church, Cambridge, by the Rev. R. O'C. Biegs, Frederick James Sanders to Emma Kate, youngest daughter of Jonathan Kingdon. Sayer—Forgie.—On April 21, at St. Leonard's Church, Upper Deal, ty the Rev. T. L. L. Griffiths, Henry William, only soa of Henry Thomas Sayer, of Dahlia Villa, Deal to Jeannette„ eldest daughter of Richard C*mpbeU r orrie, of Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand. Stoks—Hodge.—On Jane 30, at Remuera, by the Kev. G. B. Monro, Uriah, third son of Mr. John Stoks, of Onehunga, to Julia, youngest daughter of tbe latd Samuel Hodge, England.—Home pipers please copy. Vincent—Rowley.—On Jtme 13, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Smallfield, Pukekohe Eii-t, Robert, the eldest son of Robert Vincent, Northern Wairoa, to Catherine, second daughter of Timothy Rowley, Pukekohe East. Wigmoke—Bradlet.—-On June 27, at the Registrar's Ofiice. Mercury Bay. Alma, eldest son* of Robert Wigmcre, J P.. to M. A. Bradley, of Tairua.— Poverty Bay papers please copy. DEATHS. Adams.—On June 16, at Helens?ille, Amelia Jane, the beloved wife of Captain William Ad&ms, aged 33 years. BssxErr.-On Jane 19, at Ivy Lodge, Ponsonby Frank Wallis Livingstone, son of t\ J. and Ellen Bennett, age<i 3 years. Bupdle.—At his residence, Grafton Road, at 1 a.m on tho 26th June, Rev. Thomas Buddie, Wesleyan 1 Minister, in .his 72nd year, after a painful illness of a few hours* BußXri.—On July 2, at Alexandra, Waikato, after a long and painfal illness, Catherine, the beloved wife of John Burns,"aged 50 years. Dooley.—On June 17, at Coromandel, after a lone and painful illness, John Patrick Dooley, aged 19 years and 2 months. Edmoxds. On July S, at the residence of his parents, Brown-street, Ponsonby. Alfred Thomas infant son of Alfred John and Rose Edmonds aeed 10 months. ' 5 Poster.—On -Juno IS, James B. Foster, late scrgeant Aucidand police force and corporal sSth Regiment, aged W. 6 Guxnikg.—On July C, Patrick Christy Gunnin? aged 33 years. bt * ?ri t3I ? SD ii -0n 21 * at Provincial Hospital, Charles Hammond, aged 23 years. Hahris.—On July 9. accidentally killed at Greystreet, Herbert Henry Harris, aged 20 years. Hepbcrk.—On June 19, at Waikomiti, James, Hepburn, aged 42 years. lIoDL3.—On Juns 24. rtt hi< residence, Beresford- ! street, in his 54th year,- ;he Sev, John Hobbs, Wes- i leyan Missionary i- New Zealand and Friendly islands since 1523, 1 LA>-E.-On June 20, at his residue, 3 off top of Hepburn-Street. William Lane,"ien., late < of whangaroa, aged SO, deeolv lamented. His end i was peace. ~ 1 Lawfokd.—Oe Jans IS, a: Emily Place, Georgina, I wife cl John LiwforiL S.CUOL. On Jaly S, at 'Wiucsley-street East, alter, second son uf J. V,". Xichol, .-iged 20 years. Paeker. —At Whakatane, on Jnno IS, SteDhan ' Parker, aged 3C years. Pr.°L:-:r.T- —Oa July 0. a: the rtsitlence of lt>. J K falters.Three Kings, KUzibeth.-.he beloved wile of G. Piobert, of tht Thames, aged C 3 years. . Reau.—On 20, at the residinee of his hrother(ilr 1; - jJcVeash), Cai):b.id3e, Wailsato »ilium M. Read, late of Lame, Ireland. — Belfast ■, papers please cony. 1 Suoit.—DrownedatWbanjarei, on June 23, James " Hamilton, third son o* Mr. K. Scott, Puma Bay , Wliangarie, and grandson of -Mr. G. lionciaan Papa' toitoi, aj;ed 22 years. ' Severs.—'On April 17, in tho W}-n 3 ad, Devalah. Southern India, H. A. Severn, Mem. in-t. CE. F.R.G.S.. F.K.A.S., and Mem. Soc. Tel. E., aged 43 years.—lf. Z. papers please copy.
Permanent link to this item
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS., New Zealand Herald, Volume XX, Issue 6758, 16 July 1883, Supplement
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. New Zealand Herald, Volume XX, Issue 6758, 16 July 1883, Supplement
Using This Item
NZME is the copyright owner for the New Zealand Herald. You can reproduce in-copyright material from this newspaper for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons New Zealand BY-NC-SA licence . This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of NZME. For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer to the Copyright guide.
This newspaper was digitised in partnership with Auckland Libraries and NZME.