SADGROVE On January 17, 1934, at Kuaotuhu, Mercury Bay, Robert, youngest son of the late William and Charlotte Sadgrove, and brother of Annie Watson, aged 76 years.
New Zealand Herald 18th January 1934.

SADLIER Died 2nd December 1859, George Forster Sadlier, Major 47th Regiment, aged 73 years.

SAGE That popular omnibus driver, Mr Sage, who died at the District Hospital last week from typhoid, and was buried on May 1at Panmure, was insured in the Australian Provident Society for £200. The deceased was in charge of one of Messrs Paterson Brothers' vehicles, which ran from the City to Archill, and was well liked by all his late patrons during his employment by the firm in question. His funeral was very numerously attended. (1892)

SAGE Died 17th September 1931, Jessy Albert Sage, gardener, aged 68 years. Born Panmure, son of Jessy Sage, farmer, and Honora McGlone. Married at age 27 at Auckland to Johanna Charleston. Male issue living - aged 39, 36. No female issue living. Buried Otahuhu Cemetery. Funeral account to be sent to Mrs A. H. Sage, 23 The Crescent, Roseneath, Wellington.

SAGE On August 26, 1907, at her residence, 5 Winchester Street, Newton, Norah Mary, beloved wife of Jesse Sage, aged 73 years. R.I.P. The funeral will leave the above address for Panmure tomorrow (Wednesday) at 2 p.m. Friends please accept this intimation.

SAMBELL Died 11th July 1848, Mary Ann Sambell, aged 2 years 10 months.

SAMBELL Died 2nd August 1848, William Sambell, aged 11 months.

SAMBELL Died 5th August 1848, Sophia Sambell, aged 11 months.

SANDERS Died 31st March 1852, Edward William Sanders, son of Thomas Sanders, clerk, and Sarah Ackinstall, aged 15 months.

SATELDAY Died 23rd January 1848, Elizabeth Satelday, aged 19 months.

SAVAGE Died 8th May 1849, James Savage, aged 49 years.

SAVORY Died 4th June 1882 at Jermyn Street, Auckland, Jane Savory, wife of a brewer, of general debility, aged 62 years. Born North Curry, Somersetshire, daughter of John Hardwicke, saddler, and Fanny Wilshaw, in New Zealand about 24 years. Married at Somersetshire at about 21 to John Savory. 1 Male issue living. 1 Female issue living.

SCALLAN Died 21st September 1859, Margaret Scallan, aged 67 years.

SCALLY Died 14th April 1921, at Kopu Hospital, Eileen Marie Scally, school teacher, aged 29 years. Daughter of Daniel Scally, farmer - deceased, and Margaret May Kelly. Buried O'Neill's Point Cemetery, North Shore.

SCELLY Died 27th November 1891 at Waharoa, William Scelly, of pnuemonitis and exhaustion 3 months, aged 14 years. Last seen alive 26th October 1891 by Dr Wilfred. Born Waharoa, son Of Daniel Scelly, farmer, and Ellen Locksley. Buried Te Aroha Cemetery 29th November 1891.

SCELLY Died 31st July 1894 at Auckland, Catherine Scelly, aged 67 years.Wife of Fencible Peter Scelly. (née Barden)

SCELLY On Nov. 4, at her son's residence, Spencer Street, Remuera, Ellen, beloved wife of D. Scelly. Funeral at Waharoa at 2.30 today (Tuesday).
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 6th November 1917.

SCELLY On January 19, 1933, at his late residence, 6 Spencer Street, Remuera, Henry James (Harry), loved husband of Laura Scelly and loving father of Norman and Una, aged 54 years. Interred Sunday at Purewa.
New Zealand Herald 21st January 1933.

SCELLY Died 1st March 1954 at Auckland, Daniel Murphy Scelly, aged 76 years. Thought to have been the son of James Scelly and Mary Lavinia Geldard, and husband of Maud Eveline Morgan.

SCOTT Died 4th January 1849, Archibald Scott, aged 32 years.

SCOTT On May 12, at Mount Terrace, Remuera, James Thomas, the dearly loved second son of the late Alexander and Elizabeth Scott, of Wainui, aged 20 years and 11 months.

SCULLY Died 9th October 1862 at Auckland, Patrick Scully, private 2nd Battalion 40th Regiment, of Phthisis, aged 21 years
Informant - Cornelius Sorrell, Sergeant 40th Regiment, Auckland.

SEDDON On December 6, at Hamilton, Samuel Thomas Seddon, aged 78 years. The funeral will leave the residence, Hamilton East, for the Hamilton East Cemetery at 2 p.m. this day (Tuesday).

SEDDON On September 1, 1886, at Knighton, Hamilton, Amy Elizabeth, youngest daughter of S. T. and M. Seddon, aged 16.

SEDDON Mr Samuel Thomas Seddon, one of the early settlers of the Waikato, died on Sunday, after a lingering illness (writes our Hamilton correspondent). The deceased, who came from Leicestershire, arrived in New Zealand with his wife in 1859, and took up residence at Howick. Subsequently he came to Hamilton, and purchased the Knighton farm, where he established a first class flock of Lincoln. About four years ago he divided up and disposed of his estate and came to Hamilton to live. For many years Mr Seddon took a keen interest in local matters, and served for some years on the Waikato Counciland the Kirikiriroa Road Board. he was also a lay reader in the Anglican Church. He had reached the age of 78, and leaves a widow and a son and daughter in Mr R. J. Seddon, of Hillside, and Mrs J. B. Smith, of Sydney.

SEDDON On February 27, at the Waikato Hospital, Mary (May), eldest daughter of S. T. and Mary Seddon of Knighton, Hamilton, aged 39.

SEDDON On September 8, Samuel Seddon, of Gorton, Cambridge, aged 42 years.

SELWYN Died 25th February 1851, Margaret Frances Selwyn, aged 5 months 3 weeks.

SHALDERS On Aug. 31, at her late residence, Upper Queen Street, Eliza Rooke Shalders, beloved wife of Richard Barcham Shalders, aged 82 years. "Asleep in Jesus" Burial at Purewa Cemetery at 2.30 p.m. tomorrow. Friends are invited to accept this intimation.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 1st September 1908.

SHALE ** On July 28, 1924, at his daughter's residence, Mrs Moore, Athens Road, Onehunga, Josiah, the beloved husband of Eleanor Shale, in his 72nd year. Private interment.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 29th July 1924.

SHANAHAN Died 29th September 1848, Catherine Shanahan, aged 1 year 4 months.

SHANAGHAN Died 2nd January 1849, James Shanaghan, aged 32 years.

SHANAGHAN * On June 22, at his residence, Randolph Street, Newton, Patrick, the beloved husband of Margaret Shanaghan, formerly Drum Major of the 58th Regiment, and Bandmaster of the late Naval and Fife Band, aged 72 years. R.I.P.

SHALE On July 28, 1924, at his daughter's residence, Mrs Moore, Athens Road, Onehunga, Josiah, the beloved husband of Eleanor Shale, in his 72nd year. Private interment. New Zealand Herald Tuesday 29th July 1924.

SHAW Died 22nd August 1848, Matthew Shaw, aged 55 years.

SHARP Died 2nd February 1849, Archibald Sharp, aged 48 years.

SHEARD Died at Auckland 7th June 1862, Ellen Sheard, of Typhoid, aged 10 years. Daughter of John Sheard.
Informant - Mary Ann Sheard, sister, of Chancery Street, Auckland.

SHEPTON Died 13th October 1850, Richard Shepton, adult male.

SHIELDS Died 27th April 1849, Mary Ann Shields, aged 1 year 5 months.

SHINE On December 23rd 1927, at the Auckland Hospital, William, dearly beloved husband of Lavinia Shine, (late of Helensville), aged 71 years. R.I.P.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 24th December 1927.

SIBLEY Intelligence has been received that Mr Henry Sibley died at Waihi on the 1st inst. Deceased belonged to the 70th Regiment, to which he was born. He commenced service at an early age as a bugler and band boy. He served in the Indian Mutiny, and in 1863 came down from India with his regiment and served through the war. When his regiment was ordered Home he, with several others, took his discharge and remained in New Zealand, and settled at Te Awamutu, and subsequently joined Von Tempsky's Rangers, and saw a good deal of active service. He was present at the disastrous fight in which his leader was killed, and had on that occasion many hair-breadth escapes. He had on one occasion occupied a tent with ten others, and in the evening after a brush with the natives only two turned up - Mr Richard Bell of Te Rahu, and the deceased. There were nine empty beds, which had previously been occupied by as many strapping young fellows the night before. After the fighting was over deceased returned to Te Awamutu and joined the Te Awamutu Cavalry as bandmaster. Mr Sibley was a man of lively disposition, sober, steady, and reliable. The immediate cause of death was cancer in the neck, and he was in his 59th year. He leaves a widow, two sons, and six daughters, who are all grown up. (18??)

SIMCOX On July 2, at Forest Lakes, Otaki, William Henry Simcox, beloved husband of Frances Mary Simcox, in his 82nd year.
New Zealand Herald Friday 13th July 1923.

SIMS Died 10th July 1891 at Mount Street, Auckland, James Sims, gardener, of senile decay and bronchitis, aged 89 years. Last seen alive by Dr Wise 10th July 1891. Born Paisley, no parents entered, in New Zealand 49 years. Married at Paisley at age 22 to Margaret Adam. Male issue living - aged 59, 56, 53, 40. Female issue living - aged 69, 53, 49. Buried 12th July 1891 Symonds Street Cemetery, Presbyterian section.
Informant - Alexander Sims, son, of Auckland. (Settlers by the Duchess of Argyle.)

SKALLIE Died 25th May 1919 at Wellington, Ellen Skallie, aged 62 years. Daughter of John Aldridge and Hannah Belcher, married to Thomas Skallie.

SKELLY Died 8th May 1905 at Christchurch, Thomas Skelly, aged 65 years. Son of ..... Skelly and Mary Steel.

SLATTERY Died 21st January 1849, Robert Slattery, aged 22 months.

SLATTERY Died 1st April 1851, Matthew Slattery, aged 1 year 4 months.

SMALE Died 6th March 1851, Benjamin Henry White Smale, son of David George Smale, overseer of Government stock, and Anna White Davey, aged 8 days.

SMALE Died 7th October 1851, David Smale, aged about 55 years.

SMALES On August 14th, at Hampton Park, East Tamaki, Elizabeth, widow of the late Gideon Smales, aged 94 years.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 16th August 1924.

SMITH Died 18th February 1848, John William Smith, aged 14 months.

SMITH Died 27th February 1848, Thomas Smith, aged 45 years.

SMITH Died 6th February 1850, Ellen Smith, aged 14 months.

SMITH Died 15th December 1851, John Smith, aged 43 years.

SMITH Died 27th March 1852, James Smith, aged 22 years.

SMITH Died 18th April 1852, Frederick Smith, aged 27 years.

SMITH Mr William Smith, a settler at Huntly West, also joined the great majority last week at the age of 74 years, having been a colonist of 36 year's standing. He also died very suddenly, for he had worked in his garden on Friday, and was taken ill in the evening, dying next morning, early.

SMITH Another early pioneer passeed away in the person of Captain T. Meredith Smith, at Howick, on Sunday last. Deceased, who was 71 years of age, was a colonist of 52 years' standing. He was educated at the old Endowed College, Bedford, England, and afterwards went to Manchester to read for the law. He abandoned his legal studies, however, at the age of 19, when he was appointed to a post in the service of Sir Charles Hotham, Governor of New South Wales. Subsequently he came to New Zealand, and proceeded to Otago at the time of the famous gold rush, and did detective work there. During the time of the Ballance Administration deceased retired on a pension. Hepurchased a farm at Stratford, but eventually came to Auckland. He was a justice of the peace. The funeral, which took place on Wednesday, was largely attended.

SMITH On August 5, 1893, at the Auckland Hospital, Annie Theresa Smith, nurse, aged 20 years.

SMITH Died 14th March 1921 at 2 Hinemoa Road, Auckland, Elizabeth Smith, widow, aged 77 years. Born Grey Lynn, Auckland, daughter of Thomas Churches, farmer, and Phoebe Reeves, married at age 24 to Henry James Smith. Buried Symonds Street Anglican Cemetery with her husband who died 11 years ago and a daughter who died 1873. Male issue living at time of death - aged 51, 36. Fmale issue living - aged 51, 40, 39. Funeral account to Mr Whitnall Smith at 2 Hinmoa Road.

SMYTH On May 8, 1885, at Howick, Margaret, the beloved wife of Patrick Smyth, aged 60 years. May she rest in peace.

SNELGAR Died at Karaka Creek Road, Thames 29th October 1905, Henry Snelgar, Imperial Pensioner, of pneumonia 10 days, aged 83 years. Last seen by Dr J. H. Bond 26th October 1905. Born England, son of George Snelgar, farmer, and Maria Belthum, in New Zealand 62 years. Married at Otahuhu at age 31 to Lucy McAnulty. Male issue living - aged 51, 47, 41, 39, 34, 29. Female issue living - aged 45, 43, 37, 31. Buried Tararu Cemetery 1st November 1905.
Informant - Robert Twentyman, undertaker, Thames.

SNELGAR On November 7, at her residence, Vincent Street, Anastasia (Tessie), dearly beloved sister of Mrs Rickman, Mrs Spencer, Miss Roche and brother J. Roche, and third daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Roche, Thames. A patient sufferer at rest.
New Zealand Herald Saturday 9th November 1929.

SNELGAR, ANASTASIA On November 7th, at her late residence Vincent Street, Auckland, after along illness, Anastasia, dearly beloved wife of Harry Snelgar. R.I.P. The funeral will leave the residence of the undersigned tomorrow (Saturday) 9th inst. at 2 p.m. for Shortland Cemetery, calling at St Francis Church en route. Friends please accept this intimation.
Informant - Robert Twentyman, undertaker.
Thames Star Friday 8th November 1929.

SNELGAR On June 19, 1937, at the Auckland Hospital, Bessie Beata, dearly belovd wife of Harry Snelgar of Bushby Street, Avondale, aged 65 years. R.I.P. The funeral will leave C. Little & Sons' Ltd, 209 Hobson Street at 2 p.m. today for Waikumete Cemetery.
New Zealand Herald Monday 21st June 1937.

SOALE Died 24th April 1849, Louisa Soale, aged 4 years 6 months.

SOARES Died 23rd July 1923 at 259 Balmoral Road, Martha Soares, widow, Roman Catholic, aged 72 years. Born Lancashire, England, daughter of Phineas Mayall, cotton weaver, no mother's details entered. Buried Waikumete Cemetery. Married at age 18 to Manuel Soares. Male issue living at time of death aged 49, 45, 43, 38. Female issue living - aged 53, 51, 47, 41, 36.

SOUTHGATE Died 15th May 1852, George Southgate, aged 10 months.

SPARE Died 18th August 1850, Mary Selina Spare, daughter of James Spare, carpenter, and Dorcas Thomas, aged 6 weeks.

SPARE Died 19th August 1850, Cecelia Spare, aged 16 years.

SPEAKMAN On September 6, 1909, at Stratford, Eliza (Lily), third daughter of the late William and Elizabeth Speakman, of Mangere. Interred at Midhurst, Taranaki.

SPEARS Died 30th July 1850, Harriet Spears, aged 30 years.

SPICER On September 15, 1932, (suddenly), at his residence 10 Oliver Street, Remuera, John Edward Diggle, son of the late A. H. Spicer and dearly beloved husband of Eleanor Juliet Spicer, aged 73 years. Funeral to leave the above address at 11 a.m. tomorrow (Saturday) via St Aidan's Church, Remuera, where a short service will be held prior to interment in Symonds Street Cemetery.
New Zealand Herald Friday 16th September 1932.
This man's sister, Anne Augusta Spicer, was the wife of Wynne Peyton Gray, and daughter in law of Major John Gray. She was buried in the Holy Trinity Cemetery at Otahuhu but her husband, who died much earlier, was buried in a now remote and inaccessible part of the Anglican Cemetery, Symonds Street.

SQUIRE Died 15th November 1848, Jane Squire, aged 50 years.

STACEY Died 30th August 1851, James Stacey, aged 2 years 2 months.

STACEY Died 16th January 1852, James Stacey, aged 33 years.

STACEY Died 20th May 1852, Eliza Jane Stacey, aged 5 years.

STAPLETON Died 23rd July 1850, John Stapleton, aged 40 years.

STAPLETON Died 22nd June 1852, Martin Stapleton, farmer, of Epsom, husband of Anastasia Dalton, aged 37 years.

STEEL Died 2nd March 1850, Mary Caroline Steel, aged 5 weeks.

STEEL Died 5th April 1852, Sarah Jane Steel, aged 5 years 6 months.

STEEL Died 30th June 1858, Elizabeth Jane Steel, second daughte r of Fencible Thomas Steel, aged 19 years.

STERLING Died 28th January 1848, Benjamin Sterling.

STITCHBURY Died 2nd October 1848, Charles Stitchbury, aged 7 years 8 months.

STITCHBURY Died 6th September 1904 at Newmarket, Ann Sophia Stitchbury, widow, of angina pectoris and senile decay, aged 85 years. Born London, daughter of William Turner, weaver, and Ann .... Married at Wellington at age 21 to Charles Stitchbury. Male issue living at time of death - aged 62, 58, 56, 54, 50. Female issue living - aged 50. Buried Remuera 9th September 1904.

STIMPSON On September 7, at his late residence, Flat Bush, East Tamaki, Robert, the dearly beloved husband of Emma Maria Stimpson, aged 70 years. The funeral will leave for the Church of England Cemetery, Flat Bush, at 2 p.m., tomorrow (Thursday).

STOKES Died 6th March 1849, Ann Stokes, aged 57 years.

STOKES Died 13th January 1851, Harry Stokes, aged 2 years.

STONE On September 9, 1896, at her late residence, Mackay Street, Thames, Mary Ann, dearly beloved wife of Robert Stone, shipbuilder, late Auckland, aged 65. Deeply regretted.

STOWELL On November 23, at his late residence, 18 Charlotte Street, of heart failure, .James Farley, dearly beloved husband of Grace Stowell, and son in law of Julia and the late Patrick Corr, late of Haslett Street, Eden Terrace, aged 32.
New Zealand Herald Monday 25th November 1918.

STOWELL On December 7, at Hamilton Hospital, of bronchial pneumonia, Amy Gertrude, the beloved wife of Herbert Rudolph Stowell, Frankton, aged 32 years.
New Zealand Herald Wednesday 11th December 1918.

STOWELL On March 26, drowned in the Manukau Harbour, Harry Matthew, beloved husband of Minnie Stowell, Rossmay Terrace, Morningside. Funeral notice later.
New Zealand Herald Monday 27th March 1933.

STOWELL On March 3, 1941, at his residence, Newcastle,New South Wales, Samuel Asa Stowell, in his eighty fourth year.
New Zealand Herald 19th April 1941.

STOWELL At his parents' residence, Eric, youngest son of Harold and Annie Stowell, aged 10 years 11 months. A little sufferer at rest.
New Zealand Herald 30th November 1942.

STOWELL On November 27, 1944, at Green Lane Hospital, Herbert Rudolph, loved husband of the late Amy Gertrude, and father of Athel, aged 59 years. Funeral will leave C. Little and Sons' Chapel, Hobson Stret, at 2 p.m. tomorrow (Wednesday) for Waikaraka Cemetery.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 28th November 1944.

STUBBINGTON Died 2nd November 1851, John Stubbington, aged 31 years.

SULLIVAN Died 19th February 1849, William Sullivan, son of Jeremiah Sullivan and Mary Connor, pensioner, Onehunga, aged 14 days.

SUTHERLAND Died 21st August 1848, Jennet (Janet?) Sutherland, daughter of Fencible Alexander Sutherland, of Onehunga, and Elizabeth Fitzgerald, aged 6 years.

SYMS Died 8th December 1859 at Auckland, Honora Jane Syms, daughter of Thomas Syms, baker, of general debility, aged 8 months
Informant - Joseph Syms, grandfather, tailor, Wyndham St

SYMS Died 12th February 1860, Joseph Syms, son of Joseph Syms, butcher, and Elizabeth George, aged 9 months.

SYMS Died 20th March 1861, Celia Catherine Syms, aged 6 months.

SYMS Died at Parawai, Thames, 20th April 1881, Joseph Syms, slaughterman, male, of apoplexy and natural causes, aged 45 years. Born Dublin, son of Joseph Syms, tailor, and Catherine Enright, in New Zealand 34 years. Married at Auckland at age 18 to Elizabeth George. 1 female issue living at time of death.
Informant - James Kilgour, Coroner, Thames.

SYMS On June 16, at her residence, Mount Street, Auckland, Mary, the beloved wife of H. J. Syms, in her 64th year. The funeral will leave her late residence for the Howick cemetery at 11 a.m. tomorrow (Tuesday).
New Zealand Herald Monday 17th June 1895.

SYMS Died 17th January 1897 at Auckland, Elizabeth Syms, wife of a baker, of nephritis, aged 55 years.
Informant - Thomas Dickinson, undertaker, Victoria Street.

SYMS On July 2?, 1914, at his late residence, No. 26. Surrey Street, Grey Lynn, Thomas Syms, aged 87 years. Private interment.
Auckland Star Tuesday 21st July 1914.

SYMS On July 27, accidentally killed on the Paeroa-Te Aroha Road, Ernest, dearly beloved husband of Martha Syms, aged 36 years. The funeral will leave the Shortland Railway Station tomorrow, Wednesday, 29th inst., on arrival of the midday train for the Shortland Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation. Robert Twentyman, undertaker, Thames.
Thames Star Tuesday 28th July 1914.

SYMS Died 16th January 1922, Margaret Catherine Syms, aged 69 years.

SYMS On October 5, J. J. Syms, loved husband of the late Elizabeth Caroline Syms. Funeral will leave McIvor's, Karangahape Road, at 9.15 a.m. today (Thursday), for Crematorium.
New Zealand Herald 6th October 1943.

SYMS On October 4, at Auckland Hospital, John (Jack), late Papatoetoe and Karangahake. Inserted by his loving cousin, Mrs D. Moran.
New Zealand Herald 7th October 1943.