PAGE On June 11, 1891, at his residence, Fern Glen, Howick, Michael Page, late Sergeant H. M. 13th Light Infantry, aged 74, late of Woodford, County Galway, Ireland. Home papers please copy.
PAGE The funeral of the late Mr Thomas Page, of Turanga Creek, who died at New Plymouth and whose remains were interred in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Howick on December 28, was much attended by sympathising friends. The deceased was a general favourite in the locality, and a mosr consistent member of his Church. Monsignor Macdonald peformed obsequesies in a vey feeling and impressive manner.
PAGE On Thursday, June 11, at his residence, Fern Glen, near Howick, there passed away at the ripe age of 74 years, Mr Michael Page, late sergeant of Her Majesty's 13th Light Infantry. He was highly esteemed by his neighbours, and of a kindly, charitable disposition. He was a native of Woodford, County Galway, Ireland. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon, and the procession was one of the largest witnessed at Howick for a considerable time. Father Walter conducted the burial service in a very impressive manner.
PALMER Died 28th January 1852, John Palmer, aged 5 weeks.
PALMER On June 17, at Edward Street, Devonport, Annie Cameron, the beloved wife of D. Palmer, aged 36 years. No mourning to be worn by her expressed wish.
PARAGEE Died 31st July 1850, Mary Ann Paragee, daughter of Angelo Paragee, boatman, and Rosa McMullen, aged 8 days.
PARIS At Te Mata, on September 23, after a long and painful illness, George Paris, late of Basingstoke, England. Basingstoke, Hampshire papers please copy.
PARKER Died 14th February 1849, Mary Ann Parker, aged 2 years.
PARKER Died 10th January 1850, Harriet Parker, daughter of William Parker, brickmaker of Freeman's Bay, and Harriet Austin, aged 16 months.
PARKER Died 10th October 1920 at Queen's Parade, Henry Parker, Customs Officer, aged 75 years. Born London, son of Peter Parker, settler, and Bridget Burke, in New Zealand 73 years. Married at Auckland at age 19 to Mary Ryan. Male issue living - aged 53, 52, 43, 32. Female issue living - aged 50, 49, 46, 40, 38, 35. Tjis man saw military and civil service . Buried Symonds Street Roman Catholic Cemetery with son William, aged 45, and daughter, Florence, aged 30.
PARSONS Died 1st November 1887 at Ormond, Henry
Parsons, of acute double pneumonia 5 days, aged 43 years. Last seen by Dr Henry Pollen
31st October 1887. Son of George Parsons, farmer, and Catherine Gillice, married at Napier
at age 29 to Julia Gillice. Male issue living - aged 11, 9, 3, 18 months. Female issue
living - aged 13, 6.
Informant - A. Parsons, brother, of Ormond, Poverty Bay.
PARSONS Died 7th September 1897 Frederick Parsons, labourer, of peritonitis 10 days, aged 30 years. Last seen by Dr Hitchings 5th September 1897. Born Three Kings, son of James Parsons, farmer, and Franklin Gillice. Married 16th July 1878 at St John's Church, Napier at age 25 to Sarah Cheer. Female issue living - aged 10, 6.
PARTINGTON Died 12th December 1861, Angelina Partington, daughter of Henry Partington, aged 1 year 6 months.
PATERSON The funeral of the late Mr John Paterson (of the firm of Paterson and Co.) took place on the 15th of December, the cortége, comprising 70 vehicles, leaving his late residence, Avondale, at two p.m., for Purewa Cemetery. It was one of the largest and most representative gatherings of the kind that has taken place in the district.
PEACOCK Died 16th July 1851, Ellen Louisa Peacock, daughter of Edward Andrew Peacock, master mariner of Victoria Street, and Isabella Wakefield, aged 2 years.
PEACOCKE On May 14, 1892, at Devonport, Georgina, eldest surviving daughter of the late Hon. Colonel Ponsonby Peacocke, aged 48 years.
PEACOCKE Died 11th June 1917 at Woolton
Road, Remuera, John Fitzroy Peacocke, nil occupation, aged 70 years. Born
Switzerland, son of Stephen Ponsonby Peacocke, British Army officer, and Isabella Brydges,
in New Zealand 60 years. Married at Auckland at age 29 to Florence Pilling. Buried Roman
Catholic Cemetery, Howick. Male issue living - aged 36, 33, 28, 26. Female issue living -
aged 40, 38, 34, 30.
Vol 23, page 297, C. Little records, Auckland Public Library.
PEARCE In her 78th year, Mary Ann, relict of the late Patrick Pearce, Colour-Sergeant of the 51st Regiment of Foot. Melbourne and Newcastle (N.S.W.) papers please copy.
PENNELL On March 29, at the Thames Hospital, Joseph Pennell youngest son of the late Thomas Pennell, of Panmure, aged 24 years.
PENNELL On November 19, 1898, at the residence of John Pennell, Paeroa, Hetty, the dearly beloved wife of James Pennell, of Under Rock, Hikutaia, aged 38 years.
PENNER Died 18th January 1850, William Penner, aged 26 years.
PERKINS On June 9, at his residence, corner of Upper Queen Street and East Street, Joseph,, the beloved husband of Helen Perkins, aged 64 years.
PETERS Died 19th April 1849, David Peters, aged 35 years.
PETTIT Died 23rd January 1850, John Thomas Pettit, aged 2 years.
PHILP Died 4th April 1849, John Philp, aged 63 years.
PHILSON Died 31st March 1848, Eliza Mary Philson, aged 8 months.
PHILSON On November 22, 1899, at his residence, Grafton Road, Thomas Moore Philson, M.D., aged 82 years.
PHILSON On September 28, 1899, at Redehurst, Sussex, England, William Ball Philson, M.D., aged 80 years.
PHILSON On Sept. 5, at Glen Eden, Grafton
Road, Matilda Willmet, widow of the late Dr Philson, in her 85th year. Private
New Zealand Herald Monday 7th September 1908.
PIGGINS Died 8th May 1855, George Piggins, Fencible of Onehunga.
PILCHER Died 28th November 1854, at the
Lunatic Asylum, Thomas Plicher, an idiot with no occupation, aged 20 years.
Informant - John Billey, attendant, Lunatic Asylum.
PILCHER Died 19th October 1908 at Wellington, Maria Martha Pilcher, aged 76 years. Daughter of John May, married to Henry John Pilcher.
PILCHER On April 5, 1911, Hannah Pilcher, wife of H. J. Pilcher, Buried at Purewa Cemetery.
PILCHER Died 3rd August 1913, Henry John Pilcher, aged 78 years.
PILCHER On November 9, 1931, Arthur James Pilcher, second son of A. and F. Pilcher, of Princes Street, Otahuhu, aged 20 years 9 months. Buried Otahuhu General Cemetery.
PIPER Died 8th September 1847, Jesse Piper, Pensioner Sergeant, aged 48 years.
PIPER On November 5, 1878 at Newton, Mary Piper, widow of a soldier, grandmother of William H. Piper, of Edinburgh Street, Newton, of chronic disease of the brain, aged 80 years.
PITT Died 8th January 1851, George Dean Pitt, Governor of New Zealand, aged 70 years.
PITT On April 3, at her late residence,
Alexandra Road, Remuera, Isabella Lloyd, relict of the late Major William Augustus
Dean Pitt, aged 80 years. Interment at Purewa on Sunday.
New Zealand Herald Monday 6th April 1908.
PITTS The funeral of the late Mr H. Pitts, contractor and builder of Devonport, took place atthe Church of England cemetery on July 4, and was largely attended. The Rev Mr Bates, assisted by the Rev James Hill, read the burial service at the grave, and the first-named reverend gentleman made a few very feeling remarks on the deceased, who was an old resident of Devonport.
PITTS Ivy, the second daughter of C. H. and A. N. Pitts, aged 24 years. The funeral leaves her late residence for O'Neill"s Point Cemetery today, at 2.30p.m. 1911.
PLACE On September 1, at the residence of her daughter (Mrs J. Granger), Turanga Creek, Maria, relict of the late Sampson Place, aged 75 years.
PLUMMER Died 28th August 1852, Charles John Plummer, aged 2˝ months.
POND Theresa (Tessie) - On January 15, 1954,
at a private hopsital, Auckland, beloved wife of Albert A. Pond of Mairangi Bay. A service
will be held at Watney Sibun's Chapel, Khyber Pass, Newmarket at 3.30 p.m. today (Monday)
the funeral then leaving for the Crematorium.
New Zealand Herald Monday 7th May 1945.
PORCH On September 25, at Ellerslie, Eileen Olive Ida, beloved child of W. Porch, aged 11 months.
PORCH On March, 2, Mrs Porch, widow of the late James Porch, of Tamaki East.
PORCH On December 18, 1887, at the residence of his brother in law, Mr Terrim, Panmure, Henry Norman Porch, aged 38 years.
PORTER On October 9, 1858, at Onehunga, James Porter, Pensioner, of disease of the heart, aged about 50 years.
POWELL Died 27th October 1849, Joseph Powell, aged 44 years.
POWER Died 26th July 1849, Richard Power, aged 46 years.
POWLEY Died 30th December 1852, Charles Powley, son of Thomas Powley, policeman, and Harriet Gentan, aged 1 day.
PRESS On March 9, at the Auckland Hospital, John Sydney Press, inhis 80th year. "At rest." The funeral will leave the residence of his son in law, William Green, of Pakuranga, for the Anglican Cemetery, Howick, tomorrow (Wednesday) at 3 p.m.
PRETTY Died 1st June 1851, Mary Jane Pretty, daughter of Benjamin Pretty, Bandsman 58th Regiment, and Pamela Booth, aged 2 years.
PRICE Died 15th March 1849, James Price, aged 31 years.
PRIDEAUX On July 12, 1924, at New Plymouth, Christopher Codrington Prideaux, beloved husband of E. M. Prideaux, aged 62 years.
PRINDLE Died 9th January 1848, William Prindle, aged 65 years.
PRIOR Died 17th January 1848, Thomas Johnson Prior, aged 4 months.
PULLENG Died 6th September 1920 at the Auckland Public Hospital, Mary Ann Pulleng, widow, usually of Ponsonby Road, aged 73 years. Born Woolwich, daughter of ........ (John) Brailey, Navy paymaster, and Emma Lee, in New Zealand over 50 years. Married (1) at age 17 to Robert Dartnell Kelsher and (2) at about age 40 to Alfred George Pulleng. Buried Symonds Street Anglican Cemetery with her husband who died over 5 years ago, and daughter, Emma Kelsher, buried over 3 years ago. Funeral account to Mr W. R. R. Pulleng, Deverine House, Ponsonby Road. male issue living at time of death - aged 43. No female issue living.
PURCELL Died September 13th 1855, Sarah Purcell, aged 13 years.
PURCELL Died 17th March 1876, Patrick Purcell, Pensioner, of Auckland.
PURCELL Died 4th December 1885, at the Thames Hospital, Martin Purcell, Pensioner, of old age, aged 83 years.
PURCELL Accidentally killed at Mamaku on May
27th 1912, James Henry, the dearly loved husband of Elizabeth Ann Purcell, aged 40
years. Interred at Mamaku on May 29th.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 4th June 1912.
PURCELL On 18th July 1920, at the Auckland Hospital, Mary Ann Purcell, of senile debility, cardiac failure and bronchitis, aged 80 years.
PURCELL On October 5, at his residence, Tutanekai Street, Rotorua, William Kirwan Purcell, beloved husband of Agnes Purcell, aged 76 years. The funeral will take place tomorrow (Sunday), the cortege leaving St Michael's Church at 2 p.m... Friends please accept this intimation.
PURCELL The death occurred yesterday at
Rotorua of Mr William Purcell, who was employed for many years as a mecanician at
the Rotorua Baths. The late Mr Purcell, who was 76 years of age, was born at Athlone,
Ireland, and as an infant came to Auckland with his parents on the ship
"Ramillies". The family settled at Onehunga, and in 1863 he joined the Waikato
Militia, with which he served throughout the campaign, and gained the New Zealand war
Medal. he was a pasenger by the third boat to the Thames after the openeing of the
goldfield, and remained there until 1878. He settled in the Rotorua district in 1879, and
received his appointment to the Baths in 1882. He took a keen interest in the library
activities in the thermal town and was for some time chairman of the local school
committee. In 1885 he married Miss Agnes Boyd of Katikati, and is surbived by his widow
and grown-up family. The funeral will take place tomorrow, the cortege leaving St
Michael's Church at 2 p.m.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 6th October 1923.
PURCHAS Died 18th September 1850, Mary Ann Purchas, daughter of the Rev A. G. Purchas and Olivia Challinor, Onehunga, of an ulcerated throat (scarlet fever), aged 20 weeks.
PURCHAS Died 18th April 1855, Arthur Guyton Purchas, son of the Rev A. G. Purchas and Olivia Challinor, accidentally drowned, aged 8 years and 2 months.
PURCHAS Arthur Guyton - On May 28, 1906, at
Hastings, somewhat suddenly, the Reverend Arthur Guyton Purchas, in his 85th year.
The funeral will leave Flintoft, Epsom, for St Mark's Church, Remuera and Purewa today
(Friday). By request there will be no flowers.
New Zealand Herald Friday 1st June 1906.
PURDY Died 26th May 1851, Elvin Harry Purdy, son of William Purdy, carpenter, and Ann Mullen, aged 6 months.
PURTELE On February 8th 1852, William Purtele, Fencible, Onehunga, of a rupture of a blood vessel just as it leaves the heart, aged 48 years. (Should read Purtell?)
PYE At Pakuranga, on February 26, 1893, Charles Pye, farmer, Pakuranga, aged 52 years, son of the late Rev Francis Wilcox Pye, of Cornwall, England. 1898.
PYE On April 20, at the residenc e of P. Speechlay, Pakuranga, Francis Woolcott, dearly beloved husband of Joanna Pye, Rukuhia, Waikato, and eldest son of C. Pye, late of Pakuranga, aged 48 years. The funeral will leave the residence of his brother in law, T. Speechlay, for the Presbyterian Cemetery, Howick, at two p.m. today (Saturday). Friends please accept this intimation.
QUAILL Died 22nd February 1848, Thomas Quaill.
QUARTIER On May 9, at his residence,
Dedwood, Mr March Aurele Quartier, aged 36 years. The funeral of the late Aurele Quartier
was held at 4 p.m. yesterday. The deceased was well known and highly respected by a large
circle of friends, and being a member of the craft, his remains were followed to their
last resting place by the Brethren of various Lodges of Freemasons.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 11th May 1867.
QUARTIER On the 17th inst., at Dedwood, Elizabeth,
relict of the late March Aurele Quartier, aged 35 years. The funeral will leave the
residence this day, at half past 3 o'clock. Friends are resapectfully invited to attend.
New Zealand Herald Monday 29th March 1869.
QUEENIN On February 4, at his late
residence, Crescent Road, Birkenhead, Francis Ormsby, dearly beloved husband of
Christina Queenin, aged 50 years. A loving husband and father at rest. The funeral will
leave the above address for the Public Cemetery, Birkenhead at 10.30 a.m. on Wednesday,
New Zealand Herald Wednesday 6th February 1924.
QUIGGIN Died 16th December 1851, Thomas Quiggin, aged 63 years.
QUIGLEY Died 11th January 1856, at Howick, John Quigley, Pensioner, of disease of the spine, aged about 51 years.
QUIGLEY Died 11th October 1890, at the Auckland Hospital, John Quigley, labourer, of fibroid phthisis, aged 67 years.
QUIGLEY Died 3rd May 1918 at the Auckland Hospital, William Quigley, of carcinoma of the prostrate, aged aged 56 years. RG 1918/858
QUINLAN Died March 29, 1875, John Quinlan, son of Patrick and Mary Quinlan, of Panmure, aged 19 years.
QUINLAN Died July 22nd 1877, Patrick Quinlan, Pensioner, of Panmure, husband of Mary Quinlan, aged 74 years.
QUINLAN Died October 22nd 1882, Mary Quinlan, widow, of Panmure, aged 1bout 60 years.
QUINLAN Died 30th September 1884, Andrew Quinlan, Pensioner, of Howick and Napier.
QUINLAN On August 16, 1896, at the
District Hospital, Patrick Fitzgerald, the beloved son of William and Ellen
Quinlan, aged 4 years 7 months. The funeral will leave his parents' residence, Panmure,
today (Tuesday) at 3 p.m. Friends please accept this intimation.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 18th August 1896.
QUINLAN On August 17, 1899, at Otahuhu, Ellen,
the beloved wife of William Quinlan, after a long and painful illness, aged 46 years. R.
I. P. The funeral will leave her late residence for the Panmure Cemetery at 2.30 p.m.
tomorrow (Sunday) 20th
New Zealand Herald Saturday 19th August 1899.
QUINLAN On November 23, 1918, at Gisborne Hospital, Albert (Bert), dearly beloved husband of Dolly Quinlan, of Waihi, and youngest son of the late William and Ellen Quinlan of Panmure, in his 33rd year, of double pneumonia and influenza.
QUINN On February 14, 1914, at his
residence, Canberra, Great South Road, Remuera (late Market Hotel) after a long and
painful illness, John, dearly beloved husband of Mary Quinn, aged 52 years. R. I.
New Zealand Herald Monday 16th February 1914
QUINN On February 25, 1943, at a private
hospital, Mary Jane Quinn, beloved mother of Ethel Casey, Mary O'Neill, J. H. Quinn
and the late Margaret Coombes. R. I. P. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St Michael's
Church, Remuera, at 9 a.m. tomorrow (Saturday). Private interment.
New Zealand Herald Friday 26th February 1943.