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Te Henui Cemetery, New Plymouth, New Zealand

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Te Henui Cemetery, also known as New Plymouth Cemetery, is the oldest public cemetery in New Plymouth, New Zealand. It was first used in 1861. The cemetery is the resting ground for the last eight victims of Titokowaru's War (1869) and contains the Commonwealth war graves of 12 men who served in the First World War, and 19 men who served in the Second World War.

World War I:

World War II:

Vietnam:

Notable burials:

  • Frederic Carrington (1807–1901), local Member of Parliament, Taranaki Superintendent, and "Father of New Plymouth"
  • Paddy George (1883–1950), representative rugby league player
  • Monica Brewster (1886-1973), the lady behind the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery
  • Leila Hurle (1901–1989), senior school inspector[
  • Thomas King (1821–1893), local Member of Parliament and one of the original settlers of New Plymouth
  • Abraham Salaman (1885/1886?–1941), merchant, dyer, herbalist and charlatan
  • Thomas S. Weston (1836–1912), judge and 19th-century Member of Parliament