CADMAN Died 20th February 1858, Catherine Cadman, aged 7 months.

CAFFREY Died 12th February 1852, Francis Caffrey, Fencible, Otahuhu, committed suicide by shooting, aged 46 years.

CALLAGHER Died 3rd January 1888 at Otahuhu, Francis Callagher, settler, of chronic bronchitis 7 years, aged 84 years. Last seen alive by Dr Elmsley 29th december 1887. Born Longford, Ireland, son of ........... Callagher, farmer, and Ann Hughes, in New Zealand 40 years. Married at Fermoy, Ireland at age 37 to Ann Fox. Male issue living at time of death - aged 45, 43, 36, 27. Female issue living - aged 47, 41, 38, 34, 32, 29.
Informant - C. Farnsworth, settler, butcher, Otahuhu.

CALLAGHER Died 14th July 1889 at Otahuhu, Ann Callagher, widow, of old age, aged 70 years. Last seen alive by Dr Bewes 14th July 1889. Born Leitrim, Ireland, daughter of James Fox, labourer, and Ann ...., married at age 18 to Francis Callagher. 4 Male issue living at time of death. 6 Female issue living. Buried Otahuhu 16th July 1889.
Informant - C. Farnsworth, butcher, Otahuhu.

CALLAGHER Died 18th April 1916 at Auckland Hospital, Marguerite Callagher, married woman, aged 50 years. Born Glasgow, Scotland, daughter of John Taylor, farmer, and Agnes Cameron. Married to John F. Callagher. Buried Otahuhu Public cemetery, private interment, account to husband at Artillery Barracks, Hamilton.

CALVERT Nurse Calvert, On May 16, at the Gisborne Hospital, of typhoid, Alice, fourth child of the late Joseph Calvert, teacher.

CAMPBELL Died 23rd February 1850, Isabella Campbell, aged 15 months.

CAMPBELL Died 1st March 1850, James Campbell, aged 5½ weeks.

CAMPBELL Died 5th April 1850, John Campbell, aged 43 years.

CAMPBELL On February 18, 1892, at his late residence, Pakuranga, William, the beloved husband of Eliza Campbell, aged 58 years. R.I.P.

CAMPBELL The funeral of the late Mr William Campbell, of Pigeon Mountain, Pakuranga, who expired on February 18, took place on February 21, and was attended by a large concourse of settlers residing in the immediate neighbourhood, augmented by a contingent of friends from town and a number of relatives from New Plymouth. The deceased had long been resident in the district - about 33 years - and by dint of thrift and industry had become the possessor of one of the most flourishing farms to be found in the vicinity of Auckland. When the cortege arrived at the pretty Roman Catholic Cemetery overlooking an arm of the Tamaki river, it was met by a procession of children, marshalled by Monsignor Macdonald, and singing the favourite hymn of the latter, led the way to the grave. Here "Father Walter" - as the reverend gentleman is more popularly known - took occasion to refer to the many good qualities of the deceased, of the high esteem in which he was held for his obliging disposition, and of his readiness to assist in every good work. Mr Campbell has left a widow and a grown-up family of sons and daughters.

CAMPBELL On November 8, at her late residence, Pakuranga, after a long and painful illness, Eliza, relict of the late William Campbell, aged 62 years. R.I.P. Interred at Howick on Nov. 10.

CANE Died 28th December 1848, Robert Cane, aged 4½ years.

CANTY Died 12th April 1849, Charles Canty, aged 58 years.

CANTY Died 26th October 1849, Rebecca Canty, aged 7 years.

CAPRON Died 22nd March 1849, John Capron, New Zealand Fencible.

CARADUS On November 5, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs Geo. Taylor, Emmett Street, Pnosonby, Elizabeth Russell, relict of the late James Caradus, aged 81 years. Passenger by the Jane Gifford, 1842. By request, no flowers. The funeral will leave her late residence from Symonds Street at 3 p.m. today (Thursday) 1912?

CARGO On January 31, at his parents' residence, Fairfield, East Tamaki, David Oswald, third son of James and Bell Cargo, aged 4 years.

CARGO On August 6, at her son's residence, Riverside, East Tamaki, Eliza, relict of the late David Cargo, in her 87th year.

CARINA Died 13th June 1905 at Epsom, Catherine Carina, widow, of senile decay, aged 82 years. Last seen alive by Dr King 11th June 1905. Born Argyleshire, daughter of Murdoch Mclean, farmer, and Isabella McMillan, in New Zealand 45 years. Married at Auckland to Thomas Carina, no age or issue entered.

CARMICHAEL Died 6th April 1851, Thomas Carmichael, son of Duncan Carmichael, carpenter, and Mary Chapman, aged 3 months.

CARPENTER On July 27, 1909, at his residence, Alexandra Road, Remuera, James Henry Moore, beloved husband of Mary Ellen Carpenter and eldest son of the late Rev Robert Carpenter, New Ross, Co. Wexford, Ireland, in his 71st year. The funeral will leave his late residence for St Mark's Cemetery at 2.30 p.m. today (Wednesday).

CARR Died 1st April 1848, Robert John Carr, aged 11 months.

CARR Died 3rd September 1849, William Carr, aged 3 months, son of William Carr, blacksmith, and Jane Jammison.

CARROLL * Buried 11th September 1868 from St Patrick's Cathedral, Auckland, Eugene Carroll, of the 2/18th Royal Irish Regiment, aged 38 years.

CARWOOD Died 26th February 1850, Jabez Theophilus Carwood, son of John Curwood, tailor, Bank Street, Auckland, and Elizabeth Ford, aged 11 weeks.

CASEY Died 17th October 1851, Thomas Casey, aged 46 years.

CAVANAGH Died 22nd August 1851, Denis Cavanagh, aged 42 years.

CAVANAGH Died 19th September 1931 at Remuera Road, Daniel Cavanagh, farmer, aged 83 years. Born Howick, son of Denis Cavanagh, soldier, and Bridget O'Connor. Married at Auckland at age 27 to Ellen Kerr. Male issue living at time of death - aged 53. Female issue living - aged 55, 49, 47, 44. Buried Ohaupo Catholic Cemetery.

CAWKWELL On October 29, 1887? ,at his residence, Panmure, suddenly, Mr Thomas Cawkwell, in his 71st year.

CAWKWELL On August 20, at her residence, Amy Street, Ellerslie, Agnes Young, relict of the late Thomas Cawkwell, in her 77th year. Interment private.

CHAPMAN On June 21, 1884, David Chapman, of The Star Hotel, Otahuhu, aged 42 years.
Husband of Eliza Stanley who arrived on the "Berwick Castle" 1852.

CHERRINGTON The gumdigger Cherrington, found dead in his whare at Ngapipito, a few miles from Kawakawa, was a man on in years, and was well-known in the district for fifty years past. When a young man he fought with the 58th Regiment at Ruapekapeka. He was mixed up with the Maoris, and had been married to Maori women, having half-caste children. He was of a quiet, sober, and retired disposition, generally found fencing, gardening, etc., with the natives of Waiomio, or gumdigging when occasion required. (1892)
RG 1892/647 as John Charrington - Discharged in N.Z. lists this man as No. 2173, Corporal John Charrington, born Suffolk, labourer, discharged at Auckland 31st March 1853.

CHILDERHOUSE Died 9th June 1916 at Karaka Creek, Thames, Mary Isabella Childerhouse, domestic duties, of cholecystitis 7 days and heart failure 7 days, aged 69 years. Last seen alive by Dr B. Walsh 8th June 1916. Born Parnell, daughter of .... Moss, Marine in Navy and ....... Newton (believed to be the daughter of Fencible James Morse and Isabella Newell), married at Howick at age 17 to John Childerhouse. Male issue living at time of death - aged 48, 27. Female issue living - aged 44, 36, 30.

CHILDERHOUSE On June 13, (suddenly) at Auckland Hospital, John Richard, beloved husband of Elizabeth (Lilla) Childerhouse, of 33 Ariki Street, Grey Lynn, and loving father of Jack and Inez, aged 67 years. The funeral will leave the chapel of Messrs C. Little & Sons' Ltd, 209 Hobson Street at 3.30 p.m. today (Tuesday) for Waikaraka Cemetery. New Zealand Herald Tuesday 15th June 1937.

CHIPLIN On November 30, at Auckland Hospital, Joseph Chiplin, Pokeno, late Whangarata, aged 70 years. Funeral will leave D. Gilland's residence, Pokeno, at 2 p.m. tomorrow (Saturday) for Pokeno Presbyterian Cemetery.
New Zealand Herald Friday 1st December 1933.

CHIPLIN On November 18, at Hamilton Hospital, Thomas Walter, youngest son of the late Joseph and Margaret Chiplin, of Whangarata. Funeral will leave Tuakau Station on arrival 12.30 train Friday.
New Zealand Herald Friday 21st November 1919.

CHITHAM Died 3rd May 1847, James Chitham. aged 3 months.

CHRISTMAS Died 17th January 1951 at 13 Scarborough Street, Mairangi Bay, Auckland, Frederick George Christmas, retired Transport Board employee, of hypostatic pneumonia 2 days, cerebral thrombosis 1 week and vascular hypertension 14 years, aged 64 years. Born Auckland, son of Frederick Samuel Christmas, printer, and Mary Agnes McSweeney. Buried 18th January 1951 at waikumete cemetery. Married at Auckland at age 20 to Ann Rose Gilroy. No male issue living. Female issue living - aged 27.

CHRISTOPHER On June 20, 189?, at Scarboro Terrace, Parnell, Osmond, infant son of Kate and John Christopher.

CHURCHES On February 21, at Ellerslie, Thomas, the beloved husband of Phoebe Churches, aged 62 years. (19??)

CHURTON Died 9th June 1844, William James Churton, Officer "City of Derry", aged 22 years.

CHURTON Died 26th January 1853, John Frederick Churton, Incumbent of St Paul's Church, aged 53 years.

CHURTON Died 24th April 1858, Mary Charlotte Churton, aged 19 years.

CHURTON Died 26th June 1861, Charles Cyril George Churton, Surveyor, aged 22 years.

CLARE Died 25th July 1848, Comfort Clare, aged 40 years.

CLARKE Died 24th December 1848, William Clarke, aged 9 months 2 days.

CLARK Died 20th March 1850, Agnes Thompson Clark, aged 10 months.

CLEARY On January 18, at his late residence, Panmure, after a long illness, Thomas Cleary, late Colour Sergeant of the 70th Regiment, aged 63 years. R.I.P.

CLEARY On April 5, 1934, at Auckland, Thomas Cleary, second son of the late Thomas and Mary Cleary, of Panmure, aged 64 years. The funeral will leave the residence of Mrs Douglas, Cleary Road, Panmure at 2 p.m. tomorrow (Sunday) for Panmure Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 7th April 1934.

CLEARY Died 11th November 1931 at Cleary Road, Panmure, Mary Cleary, widow, aged 88 years. Born Galway, Ireland, daughter of ....... McLean, gardener, and Mary ..........., in New Zealand about 84 years, being away a few years when her husband's regiment went to England. Married at Panmure at age 19 to Thomas Cleary. Male issue living at time of death - aged 68, 61, 58, 56, 54, 52, 49, 47. Female issue living - aged 65, 63, 59, 44. Buried at Panmure with her late husband, funeral account to be sent to Mrs Creamer, Cleary Road, Panmure.

CLEARY On Nov.11th, 1931, at her residence, Cleary Road, Panmure, Mary, widow of the late Thomas Cleary (Colour Sergeant 70th Regt), aged 88 years. Requiescat in pace. A Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St Patrick's Church, Panmure, at 9 a.m. Friday 13th inst., interment taking place immediately afterwards. Grandmother of Mrs Creamer.

CLEARY April 5, 1934, at Auckland, Thomas Cleary, second son of the late Thomas and Mary Cleary, of Panmure, aged 64 years. The funeral will leave the residence of Mrs Douglas, Cleary Road, Panmure at 2 p.m. tomorrow (Sunday) for Panmure Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 7th April 1934.

CLEMOW On November 22, at her residence, Penrose Road, Mount Wellington, Jane, widow of the late William Clemow, aged 72 years.

CLIFTON Died 26th May 1852, William Clifton, aged 29 years.

CLOSE According to the Hawke's Bay Herald, the estate of the late Mr John Close, formerly a grocer and draper in that town, has been proved by the executors. Seven shares in a local company are to be transferred to the Napier corporation, in trust to maintain the grave of the late Mrs Close, the balance to be expended in a yearly gift of a ham and a bottle of ale to as many old people on December 24 in each year. Another five shares are vested in the same corporation to provide a hundredweight of coal to as many poor people as possible on June 21, each year, in commemoration of the birthday of Mrs Close.

CLOUT On December 2, at Auckland, Joseph Simpson, eldest son of the late James Clout, Huntly.
New Zealand Herald Thursday 6th December 1906.

CLOUT On December 11, at Hamilton, William, loved husband of May Clout, and loved father of Patricia, Rotowaro, aged 36 years. The funeral will leave the Huntly Church of England tomorrow (Saturday) at 2.30 p.m. for the Kimihia Cemetery.
New Zealand Herald 11th December 1937.

CLOUT Died 31st May 1918 at Walter Street, Thames, Elizabeth Jane Clout, widow, domestic duties, of cancer of the bowel 2 years and asthenia 1 month, aged 58 years. Last seen alive by Dr B. Walshe 31st May 1918. Born Wernamboul (Warnambul?) Australia, daughter of William Keddie Paterson, engineer, and Dorothy Wood, in New Zealand about 56 years. Married at Thames at age 24 to Joseph Clout. Male issue living at time of death - aged 27. Female issue living - aged 32.

COBINE On Feb. 10, 1921, at the Auckland Hospital, Joseph, beloved husband of Elizabeth Cobine, aged 54 years. The funeral will leave his late residence, Otahuhu tomorrow (Saturday) at 2.30 p.m. friends please accept this intimation.
New Zealand Herald Friday 11th February 1921.

COE On July 16, accidentally killed at Taumaranui, Sergeant Henry Coe, late second son of Daniel and Sophia Coe, and beloved husband of Elizabeth Coe, aged 36 years. R.I.P. Deeply loved and sadly missed.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 27th July 1920.

COFFEY Another veteran colonist in the person of Mr James Coffey, of Vermont Street, Ponsonby, passed away at his residence suddenly yesterday morning, the cause of death being heart disease. The deceased came out to the colony nearly 50 years ago with the 58th Regiment, under the late Colonel Wynyard and Major Nugent. On his arrival here, the deceased was promoted to the rank of sergeant, and was engaged with the troops in road-making in the North. He shortly afterwards purchased his discharge, and settled at Onehunga, where he was engaged in agricultural pursuits, also as a carting contractor, during the Maori war, under the Commissariat Department. Subsequently he entered the service of the Department of Justice, being appointed as warder of the Mount Cook Gaol, Wellington. He was afterwards removed to Auckland, and served here for 27 years at Mount Eden Gaol. He retired on reaching the age limit, about three years ago, since when he has resided at Ponsonby. The late Mr Coffey was a man of exemplary character, and was highly respected. He owned a considerable extent of property at Onehunga, where his remains will be interred today at the Waikaraka Cemetery. The deceased leaves a widow and five daughters, three of whom are married, one being Mrs Banks, wife of Mr Banks, of the S. M. Court, Wellington, and formerly of Coromandel, another, Mrs Green, of Raglan, and the third, Mrs Donovan, of Sydney. May 1905?

COFFEY On February 7, 1913, at his late residence, Howick, Henry James, the beloved husband of Mary Ann Coffey, aged 76 years. R.I.P. The funeral will leave his late residence tomorrow (Sunday) 9th at 1.45 p.m. for the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 8th February 1913.

COLDICUTT Died 29th September 1851, Sarah Coldicutt, aged 56 years.

COLE On June 23, at his daughter's residence, Mrs W. Kirkman, Narrow Neck Camp, Joseph, dearly beloved husband of the late Helen Catherine, and loved father of Joseph, Herbert, Mary (Cis), Albert and Charles, aged 67. The funeral will leave the above address 4 p.m. Thursday for O'Neill's Point Cemetery, Devonport.
New Zealand Herald Wednesday 23rd June 1937.

COLEMAN Died 25th July 1930 at 25 Claremont Street, Grafton, Johanna Coleman, widow, aged 67 years. Born Cork, Ireland, daughter of John Murphy, Naval Officer, and Nola Cullimore, in New Zealand 18 years. Married at age 29 at Cork, to Michael Coleman. Male issue living at time of death - aged 32. Female issue living - aged 33, 31.

COLLEDGE On December 20, 1922, suddenly, at her late residence, Neilston Street, Onehunga, Mary, dearly beloved wife of William Colledge, in her 72nd year. Buried Waikaraka Cemetery.

COLLETT Died 10th March 1852, Catherine Collett, aged 2 years.

COMMONS Died 22nd May 1852, Mary Commons, aged 24 years (probably née Spiers, wife of John Commons).

CONCANNON Died 4th Otober 1849, Daniel Concannon, Fencible of Panmure, aged 44 years.

CONGDON Died 19th August 1863, at the Provincial Hospital, Richard Congdon, labourer, of general debility, aged 77 years.
Informant - Thomas Bradshaw, messenger, Provincial Hospital..

CONLEY Died 21st November 1849, Celia Helen Conley, aged 4 months.

CONNELL Died 8th November 1862 at Panmure, Daniel Connell, son of a Pensioner, of convulsions, aged 5 days.
Informant - John Connell, brother, of Panmure.

CONNOLLY Died 1st February 1934 at the Little Sisters' Home, Mary Connolly, spinster, of trafalgar Street, Onehunga, born Auckland, daughter of Francis Connolly, wood and coal merchant, and Mary Evers, in Auckland whole life except eight years in Australia. Buried Otahuhu Cemetery, account to Miss Piper, 20 Atkins Avenue, Otahuhu.

CONNOLLY Died 8th November 1934 at 7 Marine Parade, Herne Bay, Catherine Jane Connolly, widow. Born Auckland, daughter of Patrick Haslam, Drill Instructor, and Margaret Fox. Married at age 20 to Michael Andrew Connolly. Male issue living at time of death - aged 58, 54. Female issue living - aged 56. Buried Waikaraka Cemetery, account to Mr F. L. Connolly, 5 Marine Parade, Herne Bay, printer.

CONNOR Died 28th January 1848, Daniel Connor, aged 14 months.

CONRY Died 30th March 1848, Thomas Costello Conry, aged 9 months 2 days.

CONRY Died 15th April 1850, Thomas Edward Conry, aged 38 years.

CONWAY Died 16th September 1852, John Conway, aged 37 years.

COOK Died 28th January 1848, William Henry Cook.

COOMBE On September 16, at the residence of Mr William Arthur, Hobson Street, Herbert Coombe, second son of the late John Coombe, Mile End, London. The funeral will leave the house at 4 o'clock p.m. this day (Friday).
New Zealand Herald Friday 18th September 1874.

COOPER Died 2nd June 1851, Alfred Cooper, aged 35 years.

COOPER On January 16, at Seaview House, Howick, Mrs Chas. Cooper, aged 73, after a lingering illness. Deeply regretted. Home papers please copy.

COOPER On September 17, at his father's residence, Howick, Robert, third eldest son of Mr George Cooper. (1892?)

COOPER On October 6, 1889, at Sydney, Major Isaac Rhodes Cooper, formerly of the 58th Regiment.
N.S.W. RG 1889/01576 as the son of Isaac S. Rhodes and unknown mother.

CORLEY On June 14, at her residence Pitt Street, Auckland, Mary Ann, the beloved wife of J. S. Corley, in her 72nd year. The funeral will leave her son in law's (J. Davis) residence, East Street at 2 p.m. tomorrow (Tuesday) for Purewa. By request no mourning.
New Zealand Herald Monday 15th June 1908.

CORLEY Died 1st October 1910 at 35 Vincent Street, James Corley, baker, aged 68 years. Born Monaghan, Ireland, son of James Corley and Mary Simpson, in New Zealand about 42 years. Married at Auckland about age 30 to Winifred Boland. Male issue living - aged 36. Female issue living - aged 34, 30, 28. Funeral from 35 Vincent Street (near Hacketts) to the Symonds Street Cemetery, Roman Catholic section.
Vol 11, page 58, C. Little records, Auckland Public Library.

CORLEY Died Hobson Street 19th November 1918, Jane Ann Corley, married woman, aged 48 years, usually of Corley's Bakery. Born Auckland, daughter of Anthony Regan, farmer, and Matilda Jane Wilson, married at Auckland at age 22 to James Corley. 1 Female issue living aged 13 years. Buried Roman Catholic Cemetery, Otahuhu. Account to Mr J. Corley, baker, Hobson Street.
Vol 27, page 79, C. Little records, Auckland Public Library.

CORLEY Died 27th November 1927 at the Auckland Hospital, James Corley, labourer, usually of Sale Street, aged 53 years. Son of James Corley, baker, and Winifred Boylan, married at Auckland at age 25 to Jane Ann Regan. 1 Female issue living - aged 22. Buried Roman Catholic Cemetery, Otahuhu. Account to Mr Farrelly, Torrance Street, Onehunga.
Vol 44, page 86, C. Little records, Auckland Public Library.

CORLEY On November 27, 1927, at the Auckland Hospital, James Corley, the beloved husband of the late jane Ann Corley and father of Winifred Corley, aged 53 years. R. I. P. A Requiem Mass at the Sacred Heart Church at 9 a.m. today (Tuesday) the funeral leaving for the Otahuhu Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 29th November 1927.

COSSAR A sudden death occurred yesterday afternoon in the rooms in Hobson Buildings, occupied by Dr Purchas, Mr Walter Dodds Cossar, of Mason's Avenue, Ponsonby, dying under chloroform. Mr Cossar injured his hand some time ago, in consequence of which the fingers had become drawn up, and yesterday afternoon an operation was to have been performed to loosen the ligature. Dr Grant administered the anaesthetic, but immediately stopped, as Mr Cossar was seen to apparently have a fit. The usual methods were resorted to restore respiration, but without avail. Artificial respiration was also tried by both Dr Grant and Dr Purchas, who was to have performed the operation. The deceased gentleman, who was about 40 years of age, was employed as an accountant by Mr E. Mahony, solicitor, and was well-known in legal circles. The late Mr Cossar was married, but had no children. The Coroner (Mr T. Gresham) will hold an inquest at Mr C. Little's, at two p.m. today.

COSSEY On Jan. 13, 1921, at his late residence, Drury, Solomon, dearly beloved husband of the late Martha Cossey, in his 82nd year. The funeral will leave his late residence at 2 p.m. today (Friday) for the Church of England Cemetery, Drury.
New Zealand Herald Friday 14th January 1921.

COTES In our obituary column will be found recorded the death of Mr A. E. Cotes, of Brick Bay, North Shore, who died on Dec. 10 at the comparatively early age of 45. The deceased was the representative of Mr R.T. Rycroft, Warehouseman, Manchester.

COULDREY On June 12, 1912, at Clevedon, Emily Sophia, the dearly beloved wife of Robert Couldrey, aged 69 years.

COWAN On August 20, Charles, dearly beloved husband of Mary Cowan, in his 66th year. Wellington papers please copy. Funeral will leave his late residence, 23, Ponsonby Road, on Tuesday, 23rd inst., at 2 p.m, for Purewa Cemetery.

COWIE On April 6, in London, Alexander John Cowie, Esq., Deputy Surgeon General of the Indian Army; younger brother of the Bishop of Auckland.

COWLEY On June 6, at his late residence, Pakuranga, Robert, the beloved husband of Hannah Cowley, in his 86th year. Buried 8th June 1895 at All Saints" Cemetery.

COWSILL On December 27, at his late residence, East Tamaki, Joseph, beloved husband of Ellen Cowsill, in his 59th year.

COYLE Died 10th November 1848, Mary Coyle, aged 1 day 11 hours.

COYLE Died 10th November 1848, Ann Coyle, aged 1 day 11 hours, twin daughters of Anthony Coyle, Fencible, Panmure, and Margaret Connell..

COYLE Died May 25, 1849, Arthur Coyle, Fencible, husband of Margaret Mary Coyle, aged 40 years.

COYLE Died 27th February 1851, Charles Coyle, son oP Peter Coyle, fencible, Otahuhu, and Mary Maguire, of sunstroke, aged 7 months.

COYLE Died 23rd February 1872, John Coyle, son of Fencible Anthony and Catherine Coyle, aged 23 years.

COYLE Died 12th April 1873, Catherine Coyle, wife of Fencible Anthony Coyle, aged 50 years.

COYLE Died 27th February 1882, Anthony Coyle, Fencible of Panmure, of old age, aged 75 years.

COYLE On January 15, 1885, at his son's residence, Fernleigh Street, Ponsonby, Patrick Coyle, late H.M. 58th Regiment, aged 75 years.
This man became a Fencible after taking his discharge from the regiment but it is not known whether he left New Zealand and returned, or decided to stay when his regiment returned to England.

COYLE On March 5, 1900, at Summer Street, Eden Terrace, Mercy Ellen Pane Coyle, the dearly loved wife of Arthur Coyle, aged 56 years. Requiem in pace. The funeral will leave her late residence at 3 p.m. today (Tuesday) for the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Symonds Street. friends are invited to accept this invitation.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 6th March 1900.

CRAGO Died 29th March 1875 at Otara, Julia Helena Crago, suddenly following a fall from a horse, aged 12 years. Born England, daughter of John Charles Crago, in New Zealand 1 year. Buried Otahuhu.

CRAGO At Melbourne, William Huddy, second son of Charles John Crago, of East Tamaki, aged 25. Bay of Plenty and home papers please copy. (1888?)

CRAWFORD Died 13th March 1849, Mary Crawford, aged 51 years.

CRAWFORD Died 13th May 1851, Ellen Crawford, aged 31 years.

CRAWFORD On April 28, at his residence, Whatawhata, Waikato, Alexander, eldest surviving son of the late Mr James Crawford, Wairoa South, aged 53.

CRAWSHAW On December 15, 1905, at St Heliers Bay, Elizabeth Crawshaw, beloved wife of John Crawshaw, of Pakuranga, in her 72nd year. The funeral will leave St Heliers Bay for the Howick Cemetery at 1 p.m. tomorrow (Sunday). friends please accept this intimation.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 10th December 1905.

CRAWSHAW Died 15th December 1905, Elizabeth Crawshaw, loved mother of Edward.

CRAWSHAW On April 27, 1915, at the residence of his niece (Mrs S. O'halloran), 28 Princess Street, Grey Lynn, John Crawshaw, late of Pakuranga, aged 85 years. The funeral will leave the above address for the Howick Cemetery tomorrow (Thursday) at 1 p.m. Friends please accept this intimation.
New Zealand Herald Wednesday 28th April 1915.

CRAWSHAW On November 20, 1918, at the Christchurch Hospital, Emma Hancock (Emmie), dearly beloved only daughter of Edward and Emma Crawshaw, 5 Bridge Street, Auckland and granddaughter of the late John Crawshaw of Pakuranga, and F. and M. Hunt, Auckland, late of the Waikato, in her 26th year.

CRAWSHAW On August 6, 1940, Edward George, beloved husband of Emma Amelia Crawshaw and loved brother of Frederick, Richard,. Gordon and Ivan, late of Bridge Street, Grafton, aged 81 years. Service at Morrison's chapel, Parnell Road at 1.45 p.m. today (Wednesday) leaving at 2 p.m. for the Howick Cemetery. New Zealand Herald Wednesday 7th August 1946.

CRAWSHAW On June 18, at Papatoetoe, Samuel, loved husband of Elizabeth, and loving father of Reg, Ernie and Bert, and son of the late John Crawshaw of Pakuranga. A service will be held at W. Morrison's chapel, 367 Parnell Road at 3 p.m. today (Saturday) prior to interment at Purewa.

CREAVY ** On November 22, 1860, Ann Creavy, wife of Pensioner Thomas Creavy, aged about 70 years.
Buried at Panmure but the age given above is probably incorrect. Compiler believes she would have been younger than this.

CREW ** On January 9, 1857, at Onehunga, Susanna Crew, of convulsions, aged 12 months.
Informant - Patrick Crew, father, Pensioner, of Onehunga.

CREWE ** On February 28, 1865, Patrick Crewe, Pensioner of Onehunga, aged 59 years.

CROMBIE Died 15th February 1848, Harriett Crombie, aged 4 months.

CROSBIE Died 9th April 1878 at Symonds Street, Barbara Crosbie, widow, of cancer of the stomach, aged 58 years. Last seen alive 25th May 1878 by Dr T. M. Philson. Born Cumberland, daughter of Adam Clarke, farmer, and Agnes Armstrong, in new Zealand 36 years. Buried Symonds Street Presbyterian Cemetery by the Rev R. F. Macnicol. Married at Liverpool at age 20 to David Jardine Crosbie, tailor. 5 Female issue living at time of death.

CROSS Died 6th March 1848, Thomas Henry Smith Cross, aged 1 year 16 days.

CULLEN On February 28, 1875, Michael Cullen, Pensioner, aged 67 years. RG 1867/47

CULLEN Died 10th March 1875, John Donovan Cullen, aged 12 years.

CULLEN Died 10th December 1878, Mary Cullen, of dropsy, aged 80 years.

CULLEN Died 16th March 1884, at Philadelphia, Jonathan Cullen, son of Jonathan and Mary Cullen, aged 19 years.

CULLEN Died 25th September 1889, James Cullen, Pensioner, of East Street, Auckland.

CULLEN Died 20th January 1892, Mathew Cullen, aged 62 years.

CULLEN Died 31st May 1892, Joseph Andrew Cullen, aged 26 years.

CULLEN On February 13, 1900, at her parents' residence, Richmond Road, Mary Josephine, eldest daughter of John and Rachael Cullen, aged 21 years. R. I. P. Private interment. No flowers.
New Zealand Herald Wednesday 14th February 1900.

CULLEN Died 18th October 1901, John Cullen, son of Jonathan and Mary Cullen, aged 26 years.

CULLEN On September 27, 1914, Julia, widow of the late Matthew Cullen,. aged 74 years.

CULLEN On December 27, 1918, at his late residence, 242 Mt Eden Road, James, the beloved husnband of Sophia Cullen, in his 71st year. Private interment tomorrow (Sunday).
New Zealand Herald Saturday 28th December 1918.

CULLEN On October 27, 1920, Sophia, dearly beloved wife of the late James Cullen, aged 87 years.

CULLEN OnDecember 29, 1927, at Puru, Thames. Charles, eldest son of the late Jonathan and Mary Cullen, aged 71 years. Intement at Purewa Cemetery.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 31st December 1927.

CULPAN Died 18th January 1848, Mary Culpan, daughter of William Culpan, messenger, aged 1 month.

CULPAN Died 28th January 1850, Ann Culpan, daughter of William Culpan, messenger of the Supreme Court, and Sarah Ann Gartside, aged 10 months.

CULPAN Died 28th June 1850, William Culpan, son of William Culpan, messenger, and Sarah Ann Gartside, aged 13 days.

CULPAN Died 8th July 1857, William Culpan, native of Halifax, Yorkshire, aged 71 years.

CULPAN Died 1st June 1878, Alice Mary Culpan, granddaughter of the late William Culpan, aged 20 years.

CULPAN Died 22nd March 1890, at St Mary's Road, Ponsonby, Arthur Brierly Culpan, of Phthisis Pulmonis and Laryngia 5 months, aged 23 years. Last seen alive by Dr Lindsay 22nd March 1890. Born Auckland, son of William Culpan, settler, and Sarah Ann Gartside. Buried 25th March 1890 Symonds Street Wesleyan & General Cemetery by the Rev Calder, Church of England ceremony.

CULPAN Died 22nd May 1890, Sarah Ann Culpan, aged 67 years. Widow of William Culpan.

CULPAN Died 29th May 1904 at Wakefield Street, Auckland, William Culpan, settler, of cardiac failure, aged 85 years. Last seen alive 29th May 1904 by Dr Grant. Born Halifax, son of William Culpan, settler, and Mary Brierly. Married at Greenock at age 23 to Sarah Ann Gartside. Male issue living at time of death - aged 59, 53, 51, 49, 42. Female issue living - aged 48.

CUMBERLAND Died 9th October 1852, Joseph Cumberland, aged 4 weeks.

CUMMINGS Died 12th or 2nd May 1854, James Cummings, Pensioner, of consumption, aged 43 years. RG 1854/687.
Informant - G. B. Walker, labourer, Cemetery, Auckland.

CUMMINS Died 3rd March 1850, William Cummins, aged 3½ months.

CUMMINS Died 10th August 1851, at the Auckland Hospital, John Cummins, of chronic dysentery, aged 44 years.
Informant - Jane Cummins, widow and late wife, of Parnell.

CUMMINS Died 12th May, 1886, William Cummins, Pensioner, of Otahuhu. RG 1886/592

CUNNINGHAM Died 9th September 1851, William Cunningham, settler, of drwoning and the effects of apoplexy, aged about 44 years.
Informant - William Davies, M.D.

CUNNINGHAM Died at Howick 20th May 1888, William Cunningham, male, labourer, of senile decay, aged 85 years. Born England, son of William Cunningham, labourer, in New Zealand 40 years. Married at London atage 40 to Mary Ann Poley. Buried at Howick. 1 male issue living at time of death.
Informant - Daniel Strong, Deputy Agent of Thomas McInness, undertaker, Howick.

CUNNINGHAM Died 9th September 1890 at the Auckland Hospital, Mary Ann Cunningham, widow, of senile decay, aged 78 years. Born England, from Howick, in New Zealand 40 years.

CURLEY On 16th December 1877, at the Auckland District Hospital, Michael Curley, Pensioner, of old age and general debility, aged 73 years. Son of John Curley, carpenter, in New Zealand 33 years. Married at age 33 toEllen Lyons, in New Zealand 33 years. 3 male issue living at time of death.
Informant - James Nash, Hospital messenger.

CURTEN Died 11th September 1849, David Curten, aged 40 years.

CURTEN Died 11th January 1850, John Curton/Gurton, aged 36 years.

CUTHBERTSON Died 20th March 1916 at Fort Street, Auckland, Ernest Cuthbertson, aged 35 years. Born Parnell, son of Henry Cuthbertson, merchant, and Jessie Dinnison. Married at age 27 to Elsie Hulme. Buried Presbyterian Ceremony, Waikaraka Cemetery.

CUTHBERTSON On October 5, at a private hospital, Edward B., beloved husband of Lucy Cuthbertson, late Northcote, aged 72 years. Funeral will leave for Birkenhead at 2 p.m. today (Tuesday) from residence of F. Blott, 47 Mount Te Grande Road, Mount Eden.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 6th October 1931.

CUTHBERTSON On October 16, Lucy, beloved wife of the late E. B. Cuthbertson, Northcote. Funeral will leave residence of F. Blott, Queen Street, Northcote, 2.30 p.m. Sunday.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 17th October 1931.