Photo
Name
Blanche Plimmer MP (1848 - 1879)

Follow
John Francis Rogers MP (1848 - 1914)

Follow
Catherine Scott (1854 - 1926)

Follow
Robert Martin Scott (1840 - 1898)

Follow
Amy Flyger MP (1820 - 1870)

Death Notice On the 8th inst., at her late residence, Willis Street, Mrs. Amy Ann Flyger, relict of the late William Flyger, Esq., merchant, of this city. Aged 50 years. Source: Evening Post, Volum...

Follow
William Henry Flyger MP (1818 - 1861)

Settlers who were qualified to serve as Jurors for the District of Port Nicholson, (Wellington) New Zealand, on 10th February 1843: FLYGER - William, Willis Street - butcher Death Notice Flyger.&#x...

Follow
Eleanor Cattell MP (1853 - 1937)

OBITUARY MRS ELEANOR CATTELL, The death occurred recently at Wellington, in her eighty-fifth year, of Mrs Eleanor Cattell, a very old resident of the city, who came out from England in the ship Alma ...

Follow
Eliza Cattell (1841 - 1859)

Follow
Caroline Rebecca Cattell (1833 - d.)

Follow
Harriet Cattell (1828 - d.)

Follow
Mary Cattell (1807 - d.)

Follow
James Cattell (1803 - d.)

Follow
James Cattell MP (1833 - 1899)

Follow
Mary Ann Izard MP (1828 - 1900)

Follow
Charles Beard Izard MP (1829 - 1904)

Charles Beard Izard (1829–1904) was a 19th-century Member of Parliament and lawyer in Wellington, New Zealand. He was born in Brighton, England, and educated at King's College London and Magda...

Follow
Christina Allan Massey MP (1863 - 1932)

Massey, Christina Allan 1863 - 1932 Homemaker, political hostess, community leader Christina Allan Paul was born in Forbes, New South Wales, Australia, on 11 January 1863, the eldest of four chil...

Follow
Sir Robert Stout MP (1844 - 1930)

Sir Robert Stout, KCMG (28 September 1844 – 19 July 1930) was the 13th Premier of New Zealand on two occasions in the late 19th century, and later Chief Justice of New Zealand. He was the only p...

Follow
Henry Worthington Dyer (1869 - 1892)

Follow
Christina Watson Forsyth (1842 - 1911)

Follow
William Moses Forsyth (1840 - 1887)

Follow
Mary Forsyth (1839 - 1917)

Follow
Elizabeth Forsyth (c.1818 - 1887)

Emigrated to New Zealand on the Jane Gifford in 1842. Emigrated to Melbourne, Australia on the Spencer, arriving on 15 Aug 1853.

Follow
William Forsyth (c.1809 - 1885)

Emigrated to New Zealand on the Jane Gifford in 1842. Emigrated to Melbourne, Australia on the Spencer, arriving on 15 Aug 1853. Occupation: Builder

Follow
Mary Gardiner (1826 - 1896)

Emigrated to New Zealand on the Jane Gifford in 1842. Emigrated to Port Augusta, Australia on the Princess Alice, arriving on 5 Jan 1865.

Follow
George Gardiner (1823 - 1906)

Emigrated to New Zealand on the Jane Gifford in 1842. Emigrated to Australia on the Princess Alice, arriving on 5 Jan 1865.

Follow
Otho Barber (1807 - 1871)

Burial Otho was originally buried in Sydney Street Cemetery, Wellington. He now lies in a large vault beneath the Early Settlers Memorial Lawn situated behind the replica Chapel, in the Bolton Street...

Follow
Elizabeth Barber MP (1841 - 1873)

Elizabeth was born at sea on the way to New Zealand, on the ship "Lady Nugent" Elizabeth died at 33 years old during Child birth. Her Twins, a boy James and a girl Lizzy only lived a short time. Elizab...

Follow
James Otho Barber MP (1833 - 1901)

Burial James Otho Barber was originally buried in Sydney Street Cemetery. He now lies in a large vault beneath the Early Settlers Memorial Lawn situated behind the replica Chapel, in Wellington, New ...

Follow
Anne Sophia Harvey (1841 - 1894)

Follow
Rev. Dr. Bache Wright Harvey (1835 - 1888)

Bache Wright Harvey was was a distinguished graduate in mathematics from St John's College, Cambridge, who became an Anglican clergyman and in 1861 married Anne Sophia Turrell. With their three childre...

Follow
Arthur George Harvey (1866 - 1927)

Arthur George Harvey was born on 28 December 1866 at Steyning, Sussex, England, into a comfortable middle-class family. His father, Bache Wright Harvey, was a distinguished graduate in mathematics from...

Follow
Sarah Jane Kirk (deceased)

Follow
Thomas Kirk (deceased)

Follow
Thomas William Kirk (1856 - 1936)

Thomas William Kirk was born in Coventry, Warwickshire, England, on 30 June 1856, one of nine children of Sarah Jane Mattocks and her husband, Thomas Kirk, a timber merchant's clerk. His family emigrat...

Follow
Margaret Dixon McBeth (1828 - 1891)

Follow
Jonathan Walter Callcott (1824 - d.)

Follow
Rose Woodward (1840 - d.)

Follow
Mary Ann Woodward (c.1837 - d.)

Follow
Elizabeth Woodward (1836 - d.)

Follow
Christina Callcott (1835 - 1914)

Follow
Joseph Frank Dyer (1861 - 1938)

Follow
Margaret Isabella Mansfield (1839 - 1906)

Follow
Joseph Dyer (1821 - 1877)

Follow
Annie Burnell Dyer MP (1863 - 1918)

Follow
Mary Elizabeth Stanley (1836 - 1917)

Follow
Arthur Beauchamp MP (1827 - 1910)

Arthur Beauchamp (1827 – 28 April 1910) was a Member of Parliament from New Zealand. Beauchamp came to Nelson from Australia on the Lalla Rookh, arriving on 23 February 1861. He lived much of ...

Follow
Harold Beauchamp, Sir MP (1858 - 1938)

Sir Harold Beauchamp (15 November 1858 – 5 October 1938) was a New Zealand banker, and is remembered as the father of author Katherine Mansfield. Harold Beauchamp was born at Ararat, Victoria,...

Follow
Thomas Todd (1866 - 1950)

Thomas arrived in New Zealand aboard the "Nelson" in Setember 1888 at Port Chalmers, Dunedin, from Greenock, Scotland. In 1891 he became a pioneer leaseholder in the Upper Waihora Valley (Te Karaka). B...

Follow
Edward Moorhouse MP (1834 - 1917)

Edward moved to New Zealand in 1859 and was sheep farming at Owhoaka and Murimutu on the North Island. Edward was the brother of Sarah Ann (wife of William Barnard Rhodes) and of William Sefton Moorh...

Follow
Sarah Rhodes MP (1839 - 1862)

The obvious age difference between William and Sarah may suggest an arranged marriage of convenience. William had fathered a child in 1851, Mary Ann Rhodes, to an unknown Maori woman a year before the ...

Follow
George Rhodes, Snr MP (1816 - 1864)

George Rhodes, second of the brothers to reach New Zealand, arrived in December 1843 and became manager of William's South Island property and then a partner. In 1847 they purchased Purau from the Gree...

Follow
Thomas William Adams MP (1842 - 1934)

Alfred Albert Thomas William Adams (generally known as Thomas William Adams) was born in the village of Gravely, Cambridgeshire, England, on 24 June 1842. He was the son of Mary Giddings and her husban...

Follow
Jorgine Marie Andersen MP (c.1871 - c.1944)

Follow
Johanne Marie Andersen MP (c.1846 - c.1905)

Follow
Jørgen Andersen MP (c.1846 - 1926)

Navn: Alder: Civilstand: Stilling i husstanden: Erhverv: Fødested: Anders Mads Jørgensen 46 Gift Arbeidsmand, huusfader Brenderup sogn, Odense amt Maren født Jensen 39 Gift hans ko...

Follow
Johannes Carl Andersen MP (1873 - 1962)

Johannes Carl Andersen (14 March 1873 – 19 June 1962) was a New Zealand clerk, poet, ethnologist, librarian, editor and historian. He was the first librarian of the Alexander Turnbull Library. ...

Follow
Sarah Maria Barraud MP (c.1823 - 1895)

Sarah Maria Style was baptised on 10 August 1823 at Wraysbury, near Windsor, England. She was the daughter of Robert Style, a farmer, and his second wife, Elizabeth Haines. Sarah Style married Charles ...

Follow
Catherine Chapman (b. - 1866)

Catherine Brewer, (daughter of T. G. Brewer, a London barrister) was drowned while returning to Australia from visiting England along with two sons and a daughter when the ship SS London foundered in t...

Follow
Henry Samuel Chapman MP (1803 - 1881)

Henry Samuel Chapman (21 July 1803 – 27 December 1881) was an Australian and New Zealand judge, colonial secretary, attorney-general, journalist and politician. Henry Samuel Chapman was born i...

Follow
Harriett Gardner (1809 - 1878)

Follow
Thomas Broham (1840 - 1900)

Thomas Broham is said to have been born on 20 July 1840 into a Roman Catholic family in County Limerick, Ireland, the son of Bridget Corney and her husband, William Broham, a farmer. After a good educa...

Follow
Archdeacon Henry Govett (1819 - 1903)

Second Vicar of St. Mary's and first Archdeacon of Taranaki. Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by SmartCopy : Aug 28 2015, 9:58:03 UTC

Follow
John Hugh Bethune (1827 - 1894)

Arrived in New Zealand in 1851. In 1877 he started the business of J. H. Bethune & Co., and remained at the head of the firm up to the time of his death. Links and Sources Death of Mr. J. H. Beth...

Follow
Kenneth Bethune (1812 - 1854)

Bethune, Kenneth, arrived in the survey ship “Cuba” in 1840. Partner with Mr. George Hunter in establishing one of the oldest stock and station agencies in the colony. They were establish...

Follow
Robert Hunter MP (1833 - 1909)

Hunter, Robert, was the youngest of ten children of George Hunter, Esq., first Mayor of Wellington. He arrived in the “Duke of Roxburgh,” 1840, and became a member of the firm of Bethune ...

Follow
Catherine Mary Hunter (1832 - d.)

Follow
William Henry Hunter (1830 - d.)

Follow
David Souter Hunter (1828 - 1903)

Follow
Frances Bethune (1827 - 1904)

Follow
Isabella Mary Hunter (1825 - d.)

Follow
Helen Jemina Hunter (1824 - 1882)

Follow
Margaret Francis Govett (1823 - 1896)

Follow
George Hunter, MP MP (1821 - 1880)

George Hunter (1821 – 6 August 1880) was a New Zealand 19th century politician. Biography Hunter was born in Banffshire, Scotland in 1821.He was the eldest son of George Hunter, the first Ma...

Follow
Jessie Hunter (1820 - 1848)

Follow
Helen Hunter (1791 - d.)

Follow
George Hunter MP (1788 - 1843)

George Hunter Esq., JP (1788 – 19 July 1843) was the first Mayor of Wellington, New Zealand in 1842–43. He was also the first mayor in New Zealand. Family Born in McDuff Parish, Banff...

Follow
Jessy Herbertina Keene (1833 - 1882)

Marriage Notice Keene - St. Hill. - On the 26th Sept., at St. Paul's Church, Wellington, New Zealand, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Wellington, assisted by the Rev. H. Woodford St. Hill, broth...

Follow
Walter Empson MP (1856 - 1945)

Walter Empson was born at Eydon, Northamptonshire, England, on 19 February 1856, eldest of the eight children of Anna Delicia Hook and her husband, Arthur John Empson, an Anglican clergyman. He was edu...

Follow
Charles Robert Blakiston MP (1825 - 1898)

Charles Robert Blakiston (6 July 1825 – 1 September 1898) was a New Zealand politician. Blakiston was born in 1825. His parents were Sir Matthew Blakiston, 3rd Baronet and Lucy Mann (daughter ...

Follow
Rt Rev Henry John Chitty Harper MP (c.1804 - 1893)

Henry John Chitty Harper was the first Anglican bishop of Christchurch, from 1856 to 1890. From 1868 until 1890 he was also primate of the Anglican Church in New Zealand. He was baptised at Holy Trinit...

Follow
Charles George Tripp MP (1826 - 1897)

Charles George Tripp (1 July 1826 – 6 July 1897) was a pioneering sheep farmer in South Canterbury, New Zealand. Together with his friend and business partner John Acland, he was the first to us...

Follow
Ashton St Hill (c.1822 - 1904)

Applications to the New Zealand Company for passages to New Zealand 1839 Oct 16 Ashton St Hill of St Omer, France, Clerk aged 15½ years applies for 1st class cabin passage Source: Arrived ...

Follow
Anne St Hill (1807 - 1887)

Follow
Hon. Henry St Hill (c.1807 - 1866)

Applications to the New Zealand Company for passages to New Zealand I, James Henry St Hill, of No. 6 Half Moon Street in the City of Westminster and County of Middlesex do hereby declare, that if my ...

Follow
Henry Charles St Hill MP (1783 - 1861)

Death Notice At his residence, Hawkestone-street, Wellington, on Tuesday, 12th March, Henry St. Hill, Esq., aged 78 years. Source: Wellington Independent, Volume XVI, Issue 1505, 15 March 1861, Page 2

Follow
Mary Ann Eleanor Walmesley (1826 - 1885)

Follow
Hon. Henry William Petre MP (c.1820 - 1889)

Henry William Petre (1820 – 3 December 1889) was colonial treasurer of New Munster Province. He was a member of the New Zealand Legislative Council from 31 December 1853 to 6 November 1860, when...

Follow
Francis Alexander Molesworth (1818 - 1846)

Francis Alexander Molesworth was a Wellington pioneer, taking up land in the Hutt and supplying cattle and horses. He was injured while tree felling and returned to England where he died in 1846. He ...

Follow
Dudley Sinclair (1818 - 1844)

Dudley Sinclair, came out to Wellington in the "Oriental" in January, 1840 and served as a contact for his uncle‟s business. He was part of Edward Jerningham Wakefield‟s immediate circle,...

Follow
George Sisson Cooper (1825 - 1898)

[The Press Association] Wellington, August 16.- Mr G. S. Cooper, formerly Under-Secretary for the colony, died to-day, aged 73. He had long been a victim to bronchitis, the disease attaining a critical...

Follow
Ellen Chaffers Cooper MP (1839 - 1928)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via father Daniel Riddiford by SmartCopy : Aug 26 2015, 8:43:10 UTC

Follow
Henry COOK MP (1807 - d.)

Thomas and his brother Henry entered the land ballot of the New Zealand Company held in London on 29th July, 1839. Each lot consisted of one acre in town and 100 acres in the country at one pound per a...

Follow
Johann Maximilian Goethe, John (c.1809 - 1893)

Name of this man is Gotty and not Goethe. Why should he be a profile of this project?

Follow
Henry John Pilcher (c.1837 - 1906)

Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree via brother Thomas William Pilcher by SmartCopy : Aug 25 2015, 0:09:24 UTC

Follow
Harriet Pilcher (1804 - 1889)

Immigration : To New Zealand - 1864 - Wild Duck* Residence : 1804 - Folkestone, Kent, England** Updated from FamilySearch Family Tree via son Thomas William Pilcher by SmartCopy : Aug 25 2015, 0:09:24 UTC

Follow
Thomas William Pilcher (1835 - 1901)

NZGBMD - Married - 1860/2957 NZGBMD - Died - 1901/1004 aged 66 yrs Buried: plot 31 O, CH ENG at Karori, Wellington, NZ 20Jan1901. Emigrated to NZ 1851. In 1864-65 they resided at Dixon Street Te Aro Wa...

Follow
Edward Catchpool (1805 - 1874)

Edward sailed to New Zealand, arriving in Wellington by the "Oriental," on January 31st ,1840. Published a short-lived Wellington newspaper, The New Zealand Colonist. Updated from FamilySearch Fa...

Follow
Edward Betts Hopper (1798 - 1840)

Edward Betts Hopper, Esq. A Director of the N.Z. Company. Arrived by the “Oriental,” 1840, and was drowned in the Hutt River, 17th September, 1840. Death of Mr. Betts Hopper. Another ...

Follow
Lawrance Daniell (1835 - 1874)

Follow
Juliana Pennick Daniell (1808 - 1870)

One of first permanent settlers in Wellington, New Zealand, came on ship "Adelaide" in 1840.

Follow