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Tauranga Methodist and Children's Cemetery, New Zealand

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  • Annie Orme Turner (1850 - 1918)
  • Alfred Byron (c.1885 - 1957)
  • Edith Bessy Byron (1881 - 1957)
    On the death of Elva’s mother the property was shared between Elva and her sister Bessie, the two unmarried daughters. Elva became the sole owner of the house in 1957 when Bessie and her friend Alfred ...
  • Elva Phoebe Brain-Watkins (1891 - 1979)
    In 1979 Elva Brain Watkins gifted the Tauranga Historical Society the Brain Watkins House. Elva was born in the house built by her father in 1881 and saw her three older sisters marry in the garden. Fr...
  • Kate Brain (1844 - 1933)
    Arrived New Zealand 'Countess of Kintor' along with her mother, three brothers and two sisters.

Surrounded on its southern boundaries by residential dwellings, the Tauranga Methodist and Children's Cemetery is located at 520 Devonport Road on the corner of 17th Avenue and Devonport Road in Tauranga, New Zealand.

Burial records start in 1882.

The earliest date recorded is 4 November 1883: Isabella Taylor, wife of George Galbraith died 4 November 1883, 67 years.