TAIT On June 14, 1894, at his late residence, Ayr Street, Parnell, Alexander Tait, aged 76 years. RG 1894/1195

TAPNELL Died 17th March 1849, Mary Ann Tapnell, aged 32 years.

TAPP Died 3rd April 1921, at 204 Great South Road, Auckland, Leslie Tapp, aged 4 days. Son of Henry Tapp, painter, and Kathleen Robinson.

TAPPER Died 24th March 1848, Elizabeth Tapper, aged 36 years.

TAPPER Died 12th March 1852, James Tapper, aged 70 years.

TATTERSALL Died 7th April 1850, William Tattersall, aged 41 years.

TAYLOR Died 28th January 1848, John Taylor, aged 8 days.

TAYLOR Died 15th July 1852, Thomas Taylor, adult male.

TAYLOR Died 22nd August 1852, Samuel Taylor, aged 4 weeks.

TAYLOR Another old pioneer settler has passed away in the person of Mr William Innes Taylor, son of the late General Taylor, of the West Tamaki. Mr Taylor went home to England and was brought up as a farmer, and came to Auckland about 40 years ago. He married here, and settled down at West Tamaki, where he has remained ever since. Mr Taylor was a director in several of our leading institutions. In his last illness, which was somewhat sudden, he wa attended by Drs Haines and Lindsay. He leaves four sons and five daughters to mourn their loss. The eldest son is Mr William Taylor, of Te Awamautu, and Mr James Taylor, of Cambridge, and two sons are at the homestead, West Tamaki. The deceased gentleman was 68 years of age at the time of his death. Mr Taylor was highly esteemed and respected for his geniality and probity, and his face will be greatly missed in the circle of his acquaintances.

TAYLOR News has been received today of the sudden death of a very old resident of Auckland, Mr George Taylor, who for over 33 years was stationed in the Auckland Post Office, and made many friends by his uniform courtesy and quiet sense of charity. On the 7th inst. Mr Taylor was at Katoomba, New South Wales, and in splendid health when he went to bed, but just as he was lying down he was siezed by an apoplectic fit, from which he never recovered. Some time ago Mr Taylor broke a blood vessel in the nose, and was then in great danger. Several times since similar attacks occurred, but on this occasion, the blood failing to escape by the former channel, went to the brain and caused death. A sad feature of the affair is that deceased had only been married a week when death occurred. Mr Taylor was one of the veterans of the Maori war, having arrived here in 1845, being then a sergeant in the 58th Regiment, in which capacity he saw service in the Hutt campaign. Later on Mr Taylor was an officer in the Auckland Rifle Volunteers, and served in the Waikato campaign of 1863. He was a native of Suffolk, England, and had attained the age of three score years and ten. His death will be sincerely regretted by numerous friends, to many of whom in earlier days he acted as a benefactor. (1896?)

THOBURN On August 2?, 1907, at Cheshire Street, Parnell, Alfred John Thoburn, late of the 58th Regiment. The funeral will leave for Purewa Cemetery today (Wednesday) at 2 p.m.

THOMAS Died 2nd September 1849, Mary Anne Thomas, aged 2 days.

THOMPSON Died 7th August 1849, Honora Thompson, aged 8 years.

THOMPSON Died 22nd February 1851, John Thompson, aged 24 years.

THOMPSON On January 18, 1889, at the Auckland Hospital, W. C. Thompson, of Howick, from cancer in the mouth, aged 58 years. Home papers please copy.

THOMPSON On August 5, at Lowe Bank, East Tamaki, John, second son of the late David Thompson, aged 43 years.

THOMPSON On May 1, on board s.s. Clansman, William Archibald, the beloved husband of Mary Anne Thompson and Manager of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of U.S. at Auckland, aged 59.

THOMPSON On 25th March, 1914, accidentally drowned at entrance to Tauranga Harbour, Joseph May, third son of A. S. and M. J. Thompson, of Pakuranga, aged 28 years.

THORBURN On July 16, 1901, at his residence, after a long and very painful illness, Andrew Wetherspoon Thorburn, aged 70 years.

THOBURN * On August 2?, 1907, at Cheshire Street, Parnell, Alfred John Thoburn, late of the 58th Regiment. The funeral will leave for Purewa Cemetery today

TIERNEY Died 24th May 1848, John Tierney, aged 26 years.

TITCHENER On June 18, 1894, at College Road, Ponsonby, Albert Alfred, second son of the late Mr E. Titchener, Dunedin.

TODD Died 18th August 1848, Catherine Todd, aged 20 years.

TODD Died 14th January 1849, Mary Todd, aged 11 months.

TODD On February 11, at the Auckland Hospital, William, brother of John Todd, Otahuhu. Date of funeral in later issue.

TRAINER Died 16th February 1850, Charles Traner, aged 35 years.

TREVITT Died 10th September 1849, William Trevitt, aged 31 years.

TRICE On April 21, at the residence of her mother, Liverpool Street, Ellie, the beloved wife of Frederick Trice, and only daughter of Mrs Meddins.

TRICE On August 6, 1907, at Poplar Farm, Turanga Creek, William, brother of the late George Trice, in his 91st year. Interment at Howick tomorrow (Thursday) at 11 a..m.

TRIMBLE On July 2, at the residence of Mrs A.B. Dowling, 89 Bellwood Avenue, off Dominion Road, Margaret, the widow of the late William Trimble, Jermyn Street, Auckland, aged 97 years. Funeral will leave the above address for Waikaraka Cemetery at noon today (Thursday).
New Zealand Herald Thursday 3rd July 1924.

TRIMMER On July 30th, AnnieTrimmer, niece of Mrs R. Coombes of Kauaeranga, Thames Private interment.
Thames Star Wednesday 31st July 1895. Vol 27, page 310, C. Little records, Auckland Public Library.

TRIMBLE On July 2, at the residence of Mrs A. B. Dowling, 89 Bellwood Avenue, off Dominion Road, Margaret, the widow of the late William Trimble, Jermyn Street, Auckland, aged 97 years. Funeral will leave the above address for Waikaraka Cemetery at noon today (Thursday).
New Zealand Herald Thursday 3rd July 1924.

TRUST On April 28, 1893, at his late residence, Pakuranga, Henry, the youngest surviving son of the late Ambrose Trust, aged 31 years. Deeply regretted.

TRUST On May 13, 1893, at her late residence, Turanga Creek, Mary Ann, the dearly beloved daughter of Ambrose and Jane Trust, aged 20 years. Deeply regretted.

TRUST At Pakuranga, on October 12, 1898, Ann, widow of the late Ambrose Trust, aged 76 years. The funeral will leave the Stone Bridge for the Howick Cemetery at 3.30 p.m. Friends please accept this intimation.

TRUST The late Mrs Trust, of Pakuranga, was buried on October 13, at Howick, beside her husband and children. In 1863, shortly after the opening of the Waikato war, the natives attacked the homestead of the Trusts, and murdered two of her children, Nicholas and Richard, aged 11 and eight years respectively, both being tomahawked, while her eldest son (who was the chief mourner at the funeral) was shot in the shoulder, and narrowly escaped death. The homestead was then at the head of the Turanga Creek, on what is now Whitford Park, or Nathan's ostrich farm, about four miles from Howick, and in 1863 was very isolated. For the past four years Mrs Trust has been suffering from paralysis.

TUCKER Died 26th August 1850, Henry Tucker, aged 57 years.

TUDEHOPE Died 3rd July 1852, Robert Tudehope, aged 3 years.

TURNER On November 9, at Onehunga, Arthur, fifth son of the late William Henry Turner, barrister and solicitor, of Clevedon, Auckland, New Zealand, aged 67 years.

TURNER The death has been announced at Loom near Sacramento (South Australia), of Major George Henry Turner. Major Turner served with the 50th Regiment in New Zealand from November 15, 1863, to 1866, and was present at the assault and capture of Rangieowhaia, the repulse of the enemy's attack at the camp at Nukumaru, and the affair at Kakaramoa (medal). Served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the capture of Ali Muaji (medal with clasp). Major Turner completed his career as an army paymaster. He purchased a large fruit ranch near Sacramento about 10 years ago, on which he resided until his death.

TURTLEY Died 6th September 1848, Sarah Turtley, aged 7 years.

TWAMBLEY Died at the Auckland Provincial Hospital 9th February 1870, Richard Twambley, labourer, of Phthisis Pulmonis, aged 63 years.

UDY On September 24, at his son's residence, Eden Grove, George Udy, in his 93rd year.

UDY Another veteran has passed away in the person of Mr George Udy, of Mount Eden, who expired at his son's residence on Sept. 24 in his 93rd year. His health had been failing for some time, but it was only within the last three days that he had to keep to his bed, and he passed peacefully away without a struggle. Mr Udy arrived with his family in the ship Nimrod, some 34 years ago, and has since lived a settler's life. He went with his family first to Mount Eden, the present residence of his son, Mr R. Udy, chairman of the Board of Education, and a member of the University College Council.

UDY On August 20, 1910, after a painful illness, Emily, dearly beloved wife of John Udy, Pakuranga, aged 50 years. Interred yesterday at St Matthias's, Panmure.
Presumed to be from the New Zealand Herald 23rd August 1910

UNDERWOOD Died 23rd June 1886 at Inkerman Street, Onehunga, Margaret Underwood, of an abdominal tumour of 4 months, aged 36 years. Last seen by Dr Isaac Mullen 22nd June 1886. Born Onehunga, daughter of Benjamin Palmer, schoolmaster, and Martha Carson. Married to Emanuel Underwood by the Rev Thomas Hudson at age 28. No living issue of this marriage. Buried Waikumete Cemetery 24th June 1886.