Sarah Brown (Sunckell) (deceased)

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1879
May 28, 1879
Akaroa, New Zealand

Brown—Sunckell- On May 28, at St. Peter's Church, Akaroa, by the Rev. H. Stocker, Campbell Brown, to Sarah, daughter of Mr John Sunckell, both of Akaroa.

(Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, 3rd June 1879)

1880
March 2, 1880
Akaroa, New Zealand

Brown—On the 2nd instant, at Akaroa, the wife of Campbell Brown, of a son.

(Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, 5th March 1880)

1881
1881
Akaroa, New Zealand

New Zealand BDM Registration 1881/13370

1883
1883
Akaroa, New Zealand

New Zealand BDM Registration 1883/18842

1886
November 27, 1886
Akaroa, New Zealand

Brown.—On Nov, 27th, at the Criterion Hotel, Akaroa, the wife of Campbell Brown, of a daughter.

(Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, 30th November 1886)

1889
1889
Akaroa, New Zealand

New Zealand BDM Registration 1889/15875

1892
1892
Lyttelton, New Zealand

New Zealand BDM Registration 1892/225

1895
1895
Lyttelton, New Zealand

New Zealand BDM Registration 1895/7764

1904
September 1, 1904
Lyttelton, New Zealand

LICENSING COMMITTEES.
LYTTELTON. The quarterly meeting of the Lyttelton District Licensing Committee was held at the Magistrate' s Court, Lyttelton, at noon to-day; present Messrs J. Richardson (in the chair), W. H. R. Dale S. W. Mitchell, J. S. Monck and Captain Willis. The police report on the licensed houses in the district was of a favourable character. The license of the Wheatsheaf Hotel, Teddington, was transferred from John Magnus to Patrick Macnamara, and that of the Heathcote Valley from Agnes Johnston to John Gough. The licence of the Canterbury Hotel, Lyttelton, was conferred upon Mrs Sarah Brown, executrix of the late licensee.

(Star, 1 September 1904)

1906
December 5, 1906
Lyttelton, New Zealand

LICENSING COMMITTEES.
LYTTELTON. The Lyttelton Licensing Committee met at noon to-day; present Messrs H. W. Bishop, S.M. (chairman), P. Pender and W. H. E. Dale. A permanent transfer of the Canterbury Hotel from Sarah Brown to Campbell Ernest Brown was confirmed, the police report-being favourable.

(Star, 5 December 1906)