KALKA Died 11th May 1918 at Normanby Road, William Henry Anzac Kalka, aged 16 days. Son of Richard John Kalka and Annie Boggs, buried Waikumete Cemetery. Funeral account to be sent to Mr R. J. Kalka, Normanby Road, Mount Eden.

KALTOR Died 28th January 1848, Elizabeth Kaltor, aged 35 years. (Wife of Benjamin Smith)

KEENAN Died 26th August 1945 at Whenuakite, Mercury Bay, Mary Ann Marion Keenan, widow, of hypostatic pneumonia and senility, aged 89 years. Last seen alive 26th August 1945 by Dr W. S. Davidson. Born Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, daughter of Donald Campbell, farmer, and Sarah Isabella Mclean, in New Zealand 58 years. Buried Whitianga 27th August 1945. Married at Auckland at age 33 to Henry William Keenan. Male issue living at time of death - aged 55. Female issue aged - 53, 51, 48.

KEITH Died 19th October 1849, John Keith, aged 35 years.

KEITH On May 28, at Mauku, James Hodgson Keith, aged 72 years.

KEITH On April 6, at Laurel House, Pukekohe, Sarah Jane, the dearly beloved wife of John Keith, and also eldest daughter of the late John Gill, of Pakuranga, aged 36 years. "Blessed are those which die in the Lord." (Died post 1889.)

KELEHER An old Kihikihi identity, William Keleher, passed away on June 11 after a residence at Kihikihi of 28 years. He was one of the survivors of the 2nd Waikato Regiment, and from the first stood well to his post, and bore the privations and hardships incidental to early settlement. He also served for 14 years in the 58th Regiment, and took part with it in the Bay of Islands war of 1845, and was present at the capture of Ruapekapeka. (1892)

KELLS On January 29, 1891, at his late residence, Pakuranga, George Kells, aged 68 years.

KELLS The death of the late Mr George Kells, has left another blank in the ranks of our pioneer settlers. The deceased gentleman came to the district nearly forty years since, during which time he has held the respect and esteem of his fellow settlers for his many sterling qualities. He received a captain's commission in the New Zealand militia, and had charge of the transport corps under General Cameron during the Waikato War, where he was regarded as one of the smartest officers in the colonial forces. For the past twenty years the deceased has led a quiet uneventful life, attending to the duties of his farm, and has acted in his capacity as a magistrate, and as deputy-coroner of the district since Colonel de Quincey left Howick. A large number of relatives and neighbours followed the remains from his late residence to the Church of England cemetery at Howick on January 30. He leaves a widow and a family of two sons and six daughters.

KELLY Died 28th January 1848, Michael Kelly, aged 3 years 4 months.

KELLY Died 28th January 1848, Charles Kelly, aged 5 months.

KELLY Died 24th November 1849, Elizabeth Louisa Gray Kelly, aged 1 year 4 months.

KELLY Died 17th January 1851, Ann Kelly, daughter of fencible Thomas Kelly, Panmure, and Johanna Lennon, aged 25 days.

KELLY On October 24, at her residence, Whitford, Sarah, the beloved wife of Martin Kelly, aged 68 years. deeply regretted.
New Zealand Herald Wednesday 28th October 1908.

KENEALY Died 26th September 191?, at Remuera, William James Kenealy, contractor, aged 53 years. Born Howick, son of David Kenealy and Bridget Murphy, not married. Buried Panmure Catholic Cemetery, funeral account to Miss Catherine Kenealy, Orakei Road, Auckland.

KENNY Died 3rd April 1848, Ann Kenny, aged 8 months.

KENNY Died 4th March 1848, Augustus Stock Kenny, aged 3 years.

KERR Died December 5, 1864, at the Provincial Hospital, John Kerr, Pensioner, of a fracture of the left tibia with repeated haemorrhinging due to damage to the tibial artery which resulted in amputation, aged 52 years.

KERR Died at the Provincial Hospital 5th December 1864, John Kerr, Pensioner, of congestion of the lungs, aged 52 years.
Informant - Thomas Bradshaw, messenger, Hospital.

KERR On April 14, suddenly, James, dearly beloved husband of Mary M. Kerr, aged 62 years. Deeply regretted. R.I.P. The funeral will leave his late residence today (Thursday) the 16th inst. for the Roman Catholic Cemetery, at 3.30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
New Zealand Herald Thursday 16th April 1903.

KERR SUDDEN DEATH AT HOWICK - Mr James Kerr, a very old resident of Howick, was found lying dead in one of his paddocks on Tuesday afternoon. Deceased was generally considered a very healthy man. On Tuesday, at lunch time, he complained of a pain in his chest. After lunch he took some soda and milk and went to look after the cows. His wife went to him about 4 p.m., and found him lying on his face apparently dead. He was removed at once to the house. Dr Bewes was telephoned for. When he arrived he found deceased dead. In the doctor's opinion he had been dead about 2 hours. An inquest was held before Mr S. Luke (Coroner) and a jury of six was held at deceased's residence on Wednesday morning.

KEVEN Died 10th April 1851, Alfred Keven, son of Thomas Keven, boot and shoe maker, and Emma Otto, aged 17 months.

KIDD On November 27, at her late residence, Gillies Avenue, Fairfax Avenue, Epsom, Christina, wife of Alfred Kidd, in her 54th year. The funeral will leave the late residence of the deceased at 3.30 o'clock this (Thursday) afternnon for St Mark's Church, Remuera. By request of the deceased, np mourning to be worn.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 20th November 1904.

KILFOYLE Another old identity, in the person of Mr Francis Kilfoyle, of Gladstone Road, Parnell, died on Wednesday. He arrived in the Dominion in 1847, and entered the service of the Provincial Government. For the last 30 years he was in the Lands and Survey Department, and retired on superannuation two years ago.

KILFOYLE On February 7, 1934, at Auckland, Michael Kilfoyle, late of Parnell and Hamilton. R.I.P. Interment today (Thursday) at Howick.
New Zealand Herald Thursday 8th Febraury 1934.

KING Died 8th April 1849, Mary Elizabeth King, aged 14 days, daughter of Major King, seaman, and Ann Abraham.

KING Died 1st December 1849, Elizabeth KIng, aged 26 years.

KINLOCH Died 29th January 1851, Jane Kinloch, aged 21 months.

KINLOCH Died 22nd September 1851, William Kinlock, aged 10 months.

KIRK Died 30th September 1923 at 17 Clark Street, Kingsland, Mary Matilde Kirk, married woman, of valvular heart disease 2½ years and ureamia 36 hours, aged 55 years. Last seen by Dr A. W. Horsley 29th September 1923. Born Papakura, daughter of Henry Welch, farmer, and Elizabeth Leaning. Married at Hamilton at age 22 to Samuel Kirk. Male issue living - aged 29, 25, 22. Female issue living - aged 31, 27. Buried 1st October 1923 at Purewa.

KISSLING Died 22nd August 1849 at Auckland, Gustavus Kissling, aged 4 days, son of George Adam Kissling, clergyman, and Margaret Moxon..

KYLE Died 8th April 1880 at New Plymouth, John Kyle, aged 3 years. Son of Bernard Kyle and rachel Shaw.

LAKE Died 21st July 1870 at the Thames, Annie Marcella Lake, daughter of a miner, of diarrhoea, aged 3 months.
Informant - Frank Lake, father, of Shortland.

LAMBERT Our readers will note with regret in our obituary column the decease recorded of Major Lambert, formerly of the Military Train, and an old colonist, who passed away on July 13,, at his residence, Epsom, at the age of 77. Major Lambert arrived in Auckland in 1864 and took part in the New Zealand campaigns. He was vice-president of the United Cricket Club. Deceased leaves a family of four sons and two daughters, both widows, Mrs Robert Hunter and Mrs Bruce Morpeth. Major Lambert was all through the Crimea war, and was present at the battles of the Alma, Inkerman, the attack on the Redan, and the fall of Sebastopol, September 8, 1898. He took part in the expedition to Kinburn, and was present at the surrender of the garrison. Major Lambert was employed in the demolition of the docks at Sebastopol. Subsequently served with the expedition in North China in 1860-1, and was at the capture of the Taku forts, under Sir Hope Grant. He came to New Zealand with the Military Train, serving in the Waikato and West Coast campaigns, under General Cameron and Sir Trevor Chute. Major Lambert held the Crimea medal with clasps for Alma, Inkerman, and Sebastopol, and also the Turkish Crimean medal, the China medal, with clasp, for the Taku forts, and the New Zealand war medal. Interment of deceased is announced to be private.

LANGFORD Died 19th June 1848, Sarah Ann Langford, aged 7 years 6 months.

LANGFORD Died 16th July 1848, Harriett Langford, aged 5 years.

LANGFORD Died 19th July 1848, Edward Richard Langford, aged 3 years.

LANGSFORD Died 15th October 1860, Margaret Langsford, aged 10 months.

LANGSFORD On August 17, Margaret, the beloved wife of Charles Langsford, in her 78th year. The funeral will leave her late residence, Curran Street, Ponsonby, for the Symonds Street Cemetery, tomorrow (Sunday), 18th inst. at 2.30 p.m.

LARRYMORE Died 26th June 1849, Henry Larrymore, aged 42 years.

LAURIE Died 8th April 1848, John James Astley Laurie, aged 9 years 11 months.

LAVERY Died 1st November 1907 at Te Aroha, Elizabeth Lavery, aged 71 years. Daughter of John Tatton and Elizabeth Matthews, married to James Lavery.

LAWRENCE Died 7th January 1849, Thomas Lawrence, aged 41 years.

LAWRY Died 12th May 1849, John Lawry, aged 30 years.

LAXON On August 12, 1924, at her late residence, Kamo Road, Whangarei, suddenly, Mary Teresa, dearly beloved wife of Edward Banks Laxon, and third daughter of the late Owen Curran and Mary MacGee, of Otahuhu. R.I.P. The funeral will leave the residence of her sister, Panmure Road, Otahuhu at 3 p.m. today (Wednesday) for the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Otahuhu.
New Zealand Herald Wednesday 13th August 1924.

LEAHY On January 10, at Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Romuald William, third beloved son of the late George and Sarah Leahy, of Auckland. R. I. P. Sydney papers please copy.
New Zealand Herald Thursday 19th January 1928.

LEANING Died 10th January 1878, Matilda Emma Leaning, of flooding after childbirth (probably placenta pravia), aged 28 years. Born Motueka, daughter of Thomas Stovenden, labourer, and Annah Burgess. Married at 22 to John Leaning. 2 male issue living at time of death. Inquest held.
Informant - William George Burrell, undertaker, Motueka.

LEANING Died 4th May 1883 at Victoria Street, Auckland, John Leaning, labourer, of cancer of the mouth, parotid gland and maxilla 13 months, aged 64 years. Last seen alive 3rd may 1883 by Dr Dawson. Born Lincolnshire, son of George Leaning, bricklayer, and Susannah ...., in New Zealand 28 years. Buried at Auckland Church of England ceremony 5th May 1883 by Thomas J. Dickinson. Married at Manchester at age 23 to Jane Hinde. Male issue living at time of death - aged 42, 38, 36. Female issue living - aged 45.

LEANING Died 11th June 1888 at Tauranga, Jane Leaning, widow of John Leaning, tinsmith, of paralysis 2 days, aged 76 years. Last seen alive 11th June 1888 by Dr James Moore. Born Manchester, daughter of John Hinde, carpenter, married at age 28 to John leaning. Buried 13th June 1888 at Tauranga. Issue living at time of death - John, aged 43, George Hinde aged 38, Thomas aged 36 and Fanny Haigh aged 47.
Informant - Edward Davies, undertaker having charge of the funeral.

LEANING Died 21st September 1893 at Pakuranga, George Leaning, farmer, of senile decay, aged 78 years. Last seen alive by Dr Bewes 18th September 1893. Born England, son of John Leaning, builder, in New Zealand 40 years. Buried at Howick 24th September 1893. Married in Ireland at age 21 to Elizabeth Scanlan. Male issue living at time of death - aged 38. female issue living - aged 49, 44, 33.
Informant - George H. Leaning

LEANING The funeral of the late Mr George Leaning, who died at Pakuranga on September 21, took place on September 24, and was one of the largest ever seen in the district, people coming from far and wide to attend. The cortege was a very long one, and was headed by the hearse, followed by two carriages, containing the chief mourners:- Mr G. Leaning (son of the deceased), Mrs Leaning (the widow), Mr G. H. Leaning (nephew), Mr H. Welsh and Mr T. W. Rhodes, J.P. (sons in law), Mr F. Littlewood, and other relatives. The funeral service was read by Mr Clifford in an impressive manner, and the interment took place in the Howick Cemetery. Mr George Leaning held the rank of sergeant in the Imperial forces, and had an eventful career. He was a native of Lincolnshire, England, was born in 1816, and came of a good family. At the age of 19 he enlisted in the 22nd Regiment of Infantry, , and served two years in the West Indies. After his return to England he was stationed in Ireland for three years and a half, during which time he was married. His regiment was next ordered to India, and on landing at Bombay orders were given to proceed to Poonah, in the Scinde country, on active service. The 22nd Regiment was brigaded under Sir Charles Napier, and Mr leaning was one of those who did such good work for his country under this commander in 1843. Mr Leaning was present at the battles of Meanee, Hyderabad, and the taking of several of the enemy's forts and was awarded a medal for distinguished service. He was also present at several of the engagements during the Mahratta war. In 1853 (should read 1852) Mr Leaning arrived in New Zealand, as quartermaster-sergeant of the New Zealand Fencibles, and was subsequently entrusted with the duties of drill-sergeant. At the time of the withdrawal of the forces from New Zealand, he obtained his discharge, and decided to settle in the Auckland district. He resided at Takapuna in the early days, and had been a property owner and resident of Pakuranga for about 20 years. In 1868, Mr Leaning's brother Robert was killed through an accident in America, and he being possessed of a large amount of property, Mr Leaning went to the United States to take possession of the same, and had a good experience of American law, being engaged in litigation for the greater part of five years. Since his return to New Zealand in 1873, he had led a quiet life, and was held in very high esteem by a wide circle of friends. He was of a studious turn of mind, and well-informed on most subjects.

LEANING Died 30th September 1905 at Epsom, Elizabeth Leaning, widow, of senile decay, aged 87 years. Last seen alive 30th September 1905 by Dr King. Daughter of ...... and Elizabeth Scannell. Buried at Howick 3rd october 1905. Married in Ireland at age 17 to George Leaning. Male issue living at time of death - aged 42. Female issue living - aged 62, 46, 43.

LEANING Died 11th December 1930 at Cambridge, Catherine Margaret Leaning, aged 70 years. Daughter of James Magee and Mary Ann Shea, married to George Henry Leaning.

LEANING Died 15th October 1959 at Auckland, George Henry Leaning, aged 78 years. Son of George henry leaning and Kate Magee, married to Alice Edith MaudTurner.

LEARY Died 28th January 1848, Catherine Leary, aged 2 months.

LEECH Died 28th February 1849, John William Leech, aged 23 years 2 months.

LE LONGE Died 5th March 1851, John Baptiste le Longe, aged 40 years.

LENNAN Died 10th June 1848, Michael Lennan, aged 44 years.

LEPPARD Died 10th March 1852, William Thomas Leppard, son of Fencible Philip Leppard, deceased, and Cjarlotte Stackhouse, aged 18 months.

LEPPER Died 20th February 1851, Edward Lepper, aged 18 months.

LEWIS Died 20th March 1848, Richard Lewis, late Sergeant 58th Regiment, aged 25 years.

LEWIS Died 26th March 1853, Charles Edward Lewis, aged 11 years.

LEWIS Died 20th August 1863 at Tamaki, Benjamin Lewis, farmer, of consumption, aged 64 years.
Informant - James Halyday, undertaker, Auckland.

LEWIS It will be seen from our obituary column that another colonist has gone over to the great majority, in the person of Mr Francis Charles Lewis, who died at his residence, Remuera, on July 17, at the age of 78. In 1862 he entered the public service, and was for years the chief inspector of stock in the Auckland district. About 10 years ago he retired , and has since lived at Remuera. The deceased served through the Maori war, holding a commission as captain. Mr Lewis has been in indifferent health for some time past. He was a native of Ireland, and emigrated to the colony while a young man. Deceased leaves a widow and five sons. The funeral left his late residence on July 20, at half past three p.m., for St Mark's Cemetery, where the interment took place.

LIGAR Died 21st April 1849, Mary Charlotte Ligar, aged 5 years.

LIGAR Died 24th April 1849, Charles Edward Ligar, aged 11 years.

LIGHTFOOT Died 6th March 1860, Elizabeth Jane Lighfoot, aged 17 months.

LILLEWALL Died 3rd September 1848, John Walter Lillewall, son of Robert John Lillewall, master mariner, and Eleanor Hughes, aged 9 months.

LILLEWALL On April 8, at the Auckland Infirmary, Joseph Samuel, youngest son of the late Captain John and Ellinor Lillewall, aged 74 years. Interment this day at Symonds Street Cemetery.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 11th April 1933.

LILLEWALL On September 27, at her brother's residence, Devonport, (suddenly) Amelia Sophia, younger daughter of the late Captain and Mrs Lillewall, aged 61 years. Interment private leaving the above residence 10.30 Saturday.
New Zealand Herald Friday 28th September 1923.

LINDSAY Died 5th June 1852, Samuel Lindsay, aged 39 years.

LINDSAY An old settler in the person of Mr James Lindsay died somewhat suddenly at his residence in Otahuhu early yesterday morning. Mr Lindsay, who appeared to be in good health the previous evening, was suddenly seized with a fit of coughing and passed away before medical assistance could be summoned. The deceased was for many years, a highly esteemed farmer in the Pakuranga district, and the news of his sudden death will be received with deep regret by a large number of residents there.

LIPPIATT We regret to announce the death of Mr Edward Lippiatt, the well-known nurseryman and florist, who expired at his residence, Otahuhu, on Nov. 25, at the age of 69, the cause of death being paralysis. Mr Lippiatt was for a number of years a resident in the city, prior to his removal to Otahuhu, and his sterling qualities gained for him a large number of friends. He leaves a family to mourn his loss. (1887)

LITTEN On December 31, 1888, at the residence of his grandfather (John Litten), John Street, Mount Eden, of inflammation, Alfred John Boughton, the dearly beloved child of Alfred John Litten, head master Coromandel School, aged 5 years and 3 months.

LITTLE On Aug. 21, 1908, at his brother's (Mr George Little) residence, Howe Street, Archill, Francis Joseph, the beloved husband of Hannah Little, aged 59 years. The funeral will leave the above address for Otahuhu Cemetery tomorrow (Sunday) at 2 p.m.. Friends please accept this intimation.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 22nd August 1908.

LITTLE Died 4th September 1908 at the Auckland Hospital, Charles John Little, contractor, of cardiac disease, aged 71 years. Born Devonshire, son of Charles John Little, Revenue Officer, in New Zealand over 40 years. Married at Auckland to Margaret Fowler, no age or issue entered on death certificate. Buried 6th September 1908 at Waikumete Cemetery.

LITTLE Died 6th January 1917 at Thames Hospital, Elsie Gabrielle Little, married woman, usually of Wakefield Street, aged 23 years. Born Thames, daughter of William Gibson Rae, publican, and Eliza Seymour French. Married at age 19 to Cornelius Little, no issue. Buried Waikaraka Cemetery from 5 Kilmarna Avenue.
Vol 23, page 220, C. Little records, Auckland Public Library.

LITTLE Died Takapuna Beach 4th May 1912, Anna Sophia Little, married woman, of a cerebral haemorrhage, aged 59 years. Born Ludiana, India, daughter of James John Mills, furniture dealer, and Anne O'Brien, in New Zealand 50 years. Married at Auckland at age 22 to Cornelius Little. Male issue living - aged 36, 32, 25. Female issue living - aged 34, 27, 21, 18.
Vol 14, page 270, C. Little records, Auckland Public Library.
The obituary states that she took ill at the beach and died several days later.

LITTLEDALE Died 8th November 1859, John Littledale, late 58th Regiment, aged 39 years.

LTTLEDALE On July 28, at her daughter's residence, Mrs J. Allen, 67 Seafield View Road, Mary Ann, wife of the late Sergt. Littledale, of Onehunga. Private interment.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 29th July 1916.

LITTLEDALE On June 22, at Auckland Hospital, William, only son of the late Mary Ann Littledale, late of Onehunga, aged 72.
New Zealand Herald 24th June 1918.

LITTLEWOOD On October 26, at his residence, 2 Acorn Street, Royal Oak, Harry Hyde, dearly loved husband of Emma Littlewood, aged 76 years. Funeral will leave the above address tomorrow (Wednesday), for the Mangere Cemetery, at 2 p.m. No flowers by request of deceased.
New Zealand Herald Monday 26th October 1931.

LLOYD Died 19th March 1850, James Phillips Lloyd, aged 39 years.

LOCHEAD Died 2nd January 1852, James Lochead, publican, aged 50 years.

LOCHEAD Died 9th April 1852, Marion Lochead, daughter of James Lochead, publican, and Elizabeth Hamilton, aged 10 months.

LOCHEAD Died 10th August 1852, Elizabeth Lochead, née Hamilton, wife of James Lochead, aged 36 years.

LOCHEAD Died 6th June 1861, Robert Lochead, tinsmith, aged 28 years.

LOGAN On November 20, at the residence of her son in law, Mr J. Irvin, Pakuranga, Esther Logan, relict of the late John Logan, formerly of County Tyrone, Ireland,, aged 74, Deeply regretted by a large circle of friends.

LONERGAN On June 16, 1894, at his late residence, Wyndham Street, Thomas Lonergan, dearly beloved husband of Margaret Lonergan, aged 72 years May his soul rest in peace.

LONERGAN In our obituary column will be found recorded the death of one of one of Auckland's identities, in the person of Mr Thomas Lonergan, tailor, of Wyndham Street. The deceased, who leaves a large family, most of whom are grown up and settled in life, arrived in the colony in 1845 with the 58th Regiment, and took part in the engagement at Ruapekapeka, in Heke's war being all through that trying campaign. Desiring to settle in Auckland he purchased his discharge from the Regiment, and engaged in business, which he has carried on for over 40 years. He leaves a widow, six sons, four daughters, and 43 grandchildren to mourn their loss. Mr Lonergan married a daughter of the late Mr Lorrigan sen., who arrived in the "Westminster", the third immigrant ship to Auckland. The deceased was a well-known figure in our streets, and was noted for his kindness of heart and sympathy with others in bereavement. Thus another name is added to the death roll of Auckland's first citizens who endure the hardships of early colonisation. The funeral of the deceased took place on Tuesday, June 19, and was largely attended there having been at least 400 persons in the cortege. Amongst those present were many old colonists, conspicuous amongst them were some of his former old comrades of H. M. 58th Regiment. The body was carried from the deceased's late residence by six of his sons, to St Patrick's Cathedral, where the first part of the service was held. The Rev Father Hackett officiated at the Cathedral, and on the conclusion of this part of the obsequies addressed the congregation. After the sermon and while the corpse was being carried out of the church, the "Dead March" from "Saul" was played by Mr Hartwell on the organ. The corpse was carried by relays of relatives and friends from St Patrick's Cathedral to Symonds Street Cemetery (the hearse, which was in the procession not being used, such being the esteem in which the deceased was held), where the latter portion of the service was conducted by the Rev Father Downey, O.S.B., the Rev Father Hackett being also present. A prominent feature in this funeral was the number of wreaths and floral crosses, the gift of friends, which were borne by the numerous grandchildren and nephews of the deceased. Mr Rout of Wyndham Street, wore the uniform of a soldier of H.M. 58th Regiment in compliment to the deceased, as he had served in the same corps as the deceased only a few years ago. Monsignor Macdonald, who had celebrated a requiem mass for the repose of the deceased's soul at Panmure, was also present at the funeral cortege.

LONERGAN Died Mater Hospital Wednesday 4th March 1908, Mary Lonergan, aged 50 years Born Sydney, N.S.W., daughter of Patrick Sweeney, hotel keeper, and Mary Armstrong, married at Auckland at age 23 to Francis Augustus Lonergan. Male issue living - aged 24, 21, 18, 15, 10. Female issue living - aged 26, 25. Buried Roman Catholic ceremony Waiko Cemetery next to Thomas Lonergan who died near four years ago. Funeral from Queen Street to go to St Patrick's Cathedral.
Vol 8, page 240, C. Little records, Auckland Public Library.

LONERGAN Died 29th June 1919 at the Auckland Hospital, Edward Francis Lonergan, plumber, usually of 7 Emmett Street, aged 62 years. Born Auckland, son of Thomas Lonergan, tailor, anf Margaret Lorrigan. Buried Waikumete Cemetery with Mary Lonergan who died 1908. Married at Auckland at age 23 to Mary Sweeney. Male issue living at time of death - aged 31, 28, 24, 19. Female issue living - aged 36, 33.

LOOMB On December 17,1887, at her residence, Panmure, Sarah Alice, the beloved wife of Alfred J. Loomb, after a long and painful illness borne with Christian fortitude, aged 31 years.

LOOMB On November 5, 1889, at her residence, Panmure, Mary Ann, the beloved wife of James Loomb (late of Panmure Hotel), aged 50 years.

LORD On March 25, suddenly, at his late residence, Mountain Road, Eltham, Edmund J. Lord, sen., and beloved husband of Mary Ann Lord, aged 71 years. Deeply regretted.
New Zealand Herald Monday 10th April 1905.

LORIGAN Died 19th November 1848, John Lorigan, aged 33 years.

LORIGAN Died 28th December 1852, Daniel Lorigan, aged 62 years.

LOVEROCK On April 10, 1891, at his residence, Howick, James Allport Loverock, aged 67.

LUNDON Died 10th May 1852, John Lundon, aged 12 years.

LUNDON On September 25, 1914, at the residence of her son in law, Mr T. Foley, Eden Vale Road, Mount Eden, Johanna, relict of the late William Lundon, aged 87 years. R.I.P. The funeral will leave the above address tomorrow (Sunday) at 3 p.m. for Symonds Street Cemetery. Friends please accept this intimation.

LUSH On Sunday, June 4, at Newton, J. Martin H. Lush, third son of the late Ven Vicesimus Lush, aged 38 years.

LUSHINGTON Mr Charles Hugh Lushington of "Redmersham", Mahurangi Heads, died at his residence on Thursday last. He had been in failing health for some time past. His loss will be severely felt by his numerous friends. Mr Lushington was the son of the late Mr Justice Hugh Lushington, of the Indian Civil Service. He was educated at Eton College. He purchased the Greenmount Estate, East Tamaki, and resided there for a number of years, and afterwards acquired the Redmersham property, at Mahurangi Heads, a most charming and picturesque seaside residence, and resided there up to the time of his death. He was one of the survivors of the wreck of the "Kapanui", about 18 months ago. Mr Lushington was for many years an ardent follower of the hounds, and he and his horse Tearaway are well-remembered by the old members of the Pakuranga Hunt Club as being always to the fore of the field. Subsequently, on removing to Mahurngi heads, Mr Lushington devoted his attention to yachting, and was the owner of the yacht Muritai. He was most hospitable, and his numerous friends, and yachtsmen in particular, retain pleasant memories of happy times spent at his beautiful home. Mrs Lushington, who survives him, has the sympathy of her many friends in her sad bereavement. July 1907.

LYNCH Died 17th September 1850, Mary Ann Lynch, aged 10 years.

LYNCH Died 12th April 1852, Susannah Lynch, aged 5 days.

LYNCH On July 25, 1899, at Ngaruawahia, Eulalie Clara, beloved child of John A. and Clara Lynch, aged 19 and a half months. Plucked but to be planted in the garden of our Lord. J.A.L.

LYND Died 24th September 1851, Robert Lynd, aged 53 years.