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                                 ROLL OF HONOUR

                                     HOWE O.W.
                                    HUDSON W.G
                                      IRWIN G.R
                                      IRWIN A.T
                                  JOHANSSON A.V.
                                   JOHANSON D.A.
                                   JOHANSON H.N.
                                    PETERSON .C
                                     SCOPES C.H.
                                     SHORT C.W.
                                   THOMSON C.W.
                                    THOMSON C.S

                                    TURNER R.
                                     VOSS J.H.
                                   WESTHEAD W.




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ERECTED IN MEMORY OF THE MEN FROM AWHITU DISTRICT WHO FOUGHT AND DIED IN THE GREAT
                                   WAR 1914-1918

                                      FALLEN
                                     ALLAN J H
                                      BELL D I
                                 COULTHARD R.M.
                                  HAMILTON J.H.
                                 JOHANSSON C.O.C.
                                   JOHANSON OH
                                  JOHNSTON M.W
                                      SHORT O




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                                     ANDERSON
                                  BROWNLEE N.S.
                                     BRYAN W.C.
                                      CLARK F.
                                     CLARK L.D.
                                     CLARK R.N.
                                  COULTHARD L.C
                                  HAMILTON A.C.
                                   HAMILTON H.A
                                    HMILTON J.T.
                                  HAMILTON J.W.
                                  HAMILTON R.G.
                                    HAMILTON T
                                  HAMILTON W.G
                                     HARTNER J.
                                     HARTNER I
                                     HOCKING E




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ERECTED IN MEMORY OF THE MEN FROM AWHITU DISTRICT WHO FOUGHT AND DIED IN THE GREAT
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                                      FALLEN



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                                  ALLAN J H
                                   BELL D I
                              COULTHARD R.M.
                               HAMILTON J.H.
                              JOHANSSON C.O.C.
                                JOHANSON OH
                               JOHNSTON M.W
                                   SHORT O




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                              ROLL OF HONOUR

                                  HOWE O.W.
                                 HUDSON W.G
                                   IRWIN G.R
                                   IRWIN A.T
                               JOHANSSON A.V.
                                JOHANSON D.A.
                                JOHANSON H.N.
                                 PETERSON .C
                                  SCOPES C.H.
                                  SHORT C.W.
                                THOMSON C.W.
                                 THOMSON C.S

                                 TURNER R.
                                  VOSS J.H.
                                WESTHEAD W.




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                                  ANDERSON
                               BROWNLEE N.S.
                                  BRYAN W.C.
                                   CLARK F.
                                  CLARK L.D.
                                  CLARK R.N.
                               COULTHARD L.C
                               HAMILTON A.C.
                                HAMILTON H.A
                                 HMILTON J.T.
                               HAMILTON J.W.
                               HAMILTON R.G.
                                 HAMILTON T
                               HAMILTON W.G
                                  HARTNER J.
                                  HARTNER I
                                  HUCKING E




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                           GARLAND FAMILY PLOTS
                               RIGHT FRONT
                            EDWARD R.L GARLAND
                                 DIED 14 ?
                               AGED 79 YEARS




                                                                                3
                               CENTRE FRONT
                         SACRED TO EUSEBIA GARLAND
                              WIFE OF EDWARD

                             LEFT FRONT - LARGE

                          EDWARD ARTHUR GARLAND
                               19TH DEC 1907
                              AGED 25 YEARS

                                    EUSEBIA
                              MOTHER OF ARTHUR
                               DIED JUNE 9TH 1929
                                 AGED 70 YEARS
                           A FAITHFUL AND MOTHER

                        BEHIND SEE THEIR HEADSTONES




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                           GARLAND FAMILY PLOTS
                               RIGHT FRONT
                            EDWARD R.L GARLAND
                                 DIED 14 ?
                               AGED 79 YEARS

                               CENTRE FRONT
                         SACRED TO EUSEBIA GARLAND
                              WIFE OF EDWARD

                             LEFT FRONT - LARGE

                          EDWARD ARTHUR GARLAND
                               19TH DEC 1907
                              AGED 25 YEARS

                                    EUSEBIA
                              MOTHER OF ARTHUR
                               DIED JUNE 9TH 1929
                                 AGED 70 YEARS
                           A FAITHFUL AND MOTHER

                        BEHIND SEE THEIR HEADSTONES




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                           GARLAND FAMILY PLOTS
                                RIGHT FRONT
                            EDWARD R.L GARLAND
                              DIED 4TH JAN 1933
                               AGED 79 YEARS

                               CENTRE FRONT
                         SACRED TO EUSEBIA GARLAND
                              WIFE OF EDWARD

                             LEFT FRONT - LARGE

                          EDWARD ARTHUR GARLAND
                               19TH DEC 1907
                              AGED 25 YEARS

                                    EUSEBIA
                              MOTHER OF ARTHUR
                               DIED JUNE 9TH 1929
                                 AGED 70 YEARS
                           A FAITHFUL AND MOTHER



                                                                                4
                          BEHIND SEE THEIR HEADSTONES




                              IN LOVING MEMORY OF
                               SARA LYDIA GARLAND
                             WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
                                 AUGUST 10TH 1900
                                 IN HER 56TH YEAR

                      THROUGH THE CROSS TO THE CROWN
             BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART FORTHEY SHALL SEE GOD

                               ALSO JOHN GARLAND
                                DIED 2ND AUG 1917
                                 AGED 74 YEARS

      I WILL TRUST AND NOT BE AFRIAD THE LORD IS OWN STRENGTH AND SHIELD




                              IN LOVING MEMORY OF
                                  TOM GARLAND
                                ENTERED INTO REST
                                   2TH SEPT 1917
                                     AGED 39

                    ÏN THY PRESENCE THERE IS FULNESS OF JOY"




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                    SACRED IN THE MEMORY OF HENRY GARLAND
                                     OBIT
                                 MARCH 2ND 1876
                                 AGED 68 YEARS

"THE CHIDREN OF THY SERVANT SHALL CONTINUE, AND THEIR SEED SHALL BE ESTABLISHED
                                 BEFORETHEE"

                                   LEFT SIDE
                               ALSO OF ELIZABETH
                             BELOVED WIFE OF HENRY
                                     OBIT
                                    NOV 1891
                                 AGED 76 YEARS

                     "FOR I KNOW THAT ME REDEEMER LIVETH"


    A GARLAND From Quatt - Pioneer Family History




              No reserve
          Closed: Tue 23 Nov 2010, 10:58 pm
          Listing #: 332695847




                                                                                  5
          "A Garland from Quatt"
          The story of a pioneering ancestor as told by her granddaughter
          by Marjory F.E. Adams


          Story of a pioneer family from Quatt in Shropshire who settled at Awhitu on the shore
          of the Manukau Harbour in 1860.


          Families included are GARLAND, PERRY, ROACH, WATKIS, GILBERT, GIFFNEY, ADAMS


          Book includes family tree how how these families connect to pionners Henry Garland &
          Elizabeth Perry.


          "A Garland from Quatt tells the story as seen through the eyes of the youngest
          daughter, Emma, of the family's emigration from the little English village of Quatt to
          begin their pioneering in New Zealand at Awhitu on the shore of the Manukau Harbour
          in 1860. A book in three parts, it traces Emma's life in New Zealand with her family and
          grandchildren and great-grandchildren..


          Places mentioned in the contents page : Quatt, Bridgnorth and Coalbrookdale in
          Shropshire, Onehunga, Awhitu, Waiuku, Auckland, Invercargill, Clevedon, Northcote,
          Waiheke Island, Te Awamutu in New Zealand.


          2001 cardcover, 235x155mm, 333 pages, 12 pages of photo plates, ex library with a
          little edge wear to the cover




http://www.trademe.co.nz/Books/Nonfiction/Genealogy/auction-332695847.htm




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                               SACRED IN THE MEMORY OF HENRY GARLAND
                                                OBIT
                                            MARCH 2ND 1876
                                            AGED 68 YEARS

    "THE CHIDREN OF THY SERVANT SHALL CONTINUE, AND THEIR SEED SHALL BE ESTABLISHED
                                     BEFORETHEE"

                                                LEFT SIDE
                                            ALSO OF ELIZABETH
                                          BELOVED WIFE OF HENRY
                                                  OBIT
                                                 NOV 1891
                                              AGED 76 YEARS

                                "FOR I KNOW THAT ME REDEEMER LIVETH"

                                           PLUS RIGHT SIDE
                                        ALSO OF HENRY WILLIAM
                             ELDEST AND BELOVED SON OF HENRY & ELIZABETH
                                                 OBIT
                                             SEPT 23RD 1865
                                            AGED 28 YEARS




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                   "YET IN MY FLESH SHALL I SEE GOD; WHOM I SHALL SEE FOR MYSELF"




                                         IN LOVING MEMORY OF JOHN IRWIN
                                              WHO DIED 14TH SET 1886
                                                  AGED 54 YEARS
                                                    ALSO MARY
                                                WIFE OF THE ABOVE
                                              WHO DIED 13TH SEPT 1901
                                                  AGED 70 YEARS

 "THE GRACIOUS SHEPHERD HAS IN LOVE, OUR DEAR ONES CALLED AWAY, AND BORNE THEMTO HIS
                      FOLD ABOVE, WHERE THEY CAN NEVER STRAY.




                                          IN LOVING MEMORY OF WILLIE
                                       DEARLY LOVED SON OF W.J & A.C.IRWIN
                                                  CALLED HOME
                                           DEC 23RD 1916 AGED 24 YEARS

         "FOR THE TOUCH OF A VANISHED HAND AND THE SOUNDOF A VOICE THAT IS STILLED"



Re: Charles McGORLICK/Rosanna MALMAUGH/Mary Jane McGORLICK - Co. Tyrone, IRL


    beejham (View posts)Posted: 20 Aug 2009 11:55PM GMT
Classification: Query
Your ancestor Mary Jane married John Irwin as stated and they came to NZ, Awhitu, Sth Auckland where they had many
children. One of them, Elizabeth Agnes Irwin married James Hamilton, my husbands grandparents. If you would like what I
have on this, please email me at the above addy. Thank you for posting in the first place.

Liz Hamilton
                    http://boards.ancestry.com.au/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=1&p=surnames.mcgorlick

                                  1.    Edward Logan and the
                                        Beginning of the Logan
                                        Family in New Zealand ....
                                        (12) Nils August Walters,
                                        born Oct. 16, 1893 in
                                        Awhitu, N.Z.. 2 - Ellen
                                        Jane Logan b. ...
                                        freepages.genealogy.roots
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                                                      Chapter 5
                                              MARTHA HEDLEY (1808 - 1887)
                                            and THOMAS MORGAN (1793-1859)
                                                    generation (ii)
Pedigree
Descendancy

Martha Hedley, the third child of John Hedley and Frances Lawes, was born January 19, 1808 and baptized April 17, 1808 in
Ovingham Parish, Northumberland, England. At the time of her birth she had two older brothers, Thomas, 8 and John, 3 and a
sister Frances, age 6. Three younger siblings were born in 1810, 1813 and 1815. When Martha was four and a half, her two-year-
old sister Hannah died (1812). When Martha was 11, her parents and their six children (ages four to twenty) sailed across the
Atlantic, to begin a new life in the Ottawa River Valley as indentured servants in the employ of retired Capt. James Dent
Weatherley. Shortly after their arrival in Canada, Mary Ann, the youngest of John and Frances‟s children, was born. She is
believed to have been the first child of European descent born in March Township. Martha was 13 years old when her sister
arrived. Within a short time the family had purchased land of their own further inland in March Township and had constructed a
“shanty” that served as living quarters while John and his two elder sons, Thomas and John cleared the land, planted crops, built
a log house and harnessed the creek that ran through their property to produce power for a sawmill. A census taken in 1823
showed the family living on Concession 4, one of only 49 families living in March Township. About this time Thomas, Martha‟s



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eldest brother was drowned.

Martha, age16, was the first of the family of John and Frances Hedley to marry. About 1824 Martha Hedley married Irish-born,
31-year-old Thomas Morgan (b.1793; d. July 13, 1858). The couple farmed in March Township and had a family of nine
children (gen.iii). (Children of Martha Hedley and their spouses are in red print, grandchildren and spouses are in green):

1. Frances Morgan, b. 1825
2. George Hedley Morgan (b. 1827; d.1894), was the second child of Martha Hedley and Thomas Morgan. George married
Mary Ann Young (b.1830; d 1898). They farmed lot 6 on concession 2 of March Township. George and Mary Ann Morgan had
12.children:
     1 - Aran Morgan b.1850
     2 - William Morgan b.1850
     3 - Robert Morgan b.1853
     4 - Mary Ann Morgan b. 1854
     5 - Jane Morgan b.1856; d.1927 at age 71
     6 - John Morgan b. 1857
     7 - Luther Byron Morgan b. abt 1860; d. Aug. 8,1902 (age 42)
     8 - Susanna b. 1860
     9 - Frances Adeline Morgan b.1865; d.1938 at age 73, never married
    10 - Victoria Eleanor Morgan b.1866; d.1940 at age 73, never married
    11 - Alonzo S. Morgan b.1867; d. Apr.15, 1880 (age 13)
    12 - Alfred Ira Morgan b. 1869; d. Jan.1, 1922 (age 53)

George died Jan. 15, 1894 at age 67. Mary Ann died four years later, on Sept. 30, 1898 at age 68. The graves of George Hedley
Morgan, his wife Mary Ann Young and their twelve children are in St. John‟s Anglican Cemetery, South March. Headstone

3. Mary Ann Morgan, b. abt. 1829, married Richard Abbott. born in Goulbourn, Ont. of Irish Ethnicity, Aug. 10,
1839. Richard Abbott died Dec. 29, 1903 in Nepean Twp., Carleton Co. Mary Ann (Morgan) and Richard Abbott had six
children:
    1 - Eloise C. Abbott b. abt. 1857 in Ontario
    2 - Emma H. Abbott b. abt. 1859 in Ontario
    3 - Martha Elizabeth Abbott b. Dec. 16, 1861 in Ottawa, Ont., married Edward Cooney
        (b. Feb. 28, 1860 in Ottawa) Martha and Edward were married Sept. 27, 1900 in the residence of C.A
       Abbott, Nepean. Witnesses were Charles A. Abbott and Richard Abbott of Nepean. Martha (Abbott)
       and Edward Cooney had one known child:
            (1) George Edward Cooney b. Sept. 21, 1901 in Ottawa
    4 - Charles Albert Abbott b. Feb. 21, 1863 in Ottawa; occup. printer; married Jennie Louisa Fallis
         (b. Sept. 22, 1872 in Montreal. P.Q.) Witnesses: John James Paynter and Mary Ann Abbott of Ottawa.
         Two known children:
           (1) Vera V. Abbott b. Aug. 26, 1899
           (2) Ester Abbott b. Dec. 1903 in Ont.
   5 - Gertrude Florence Abbott b. July 15, 1865 in Aylmer, P.Q., married James Herald (b. Apr. 24, 1852
        in Kenice Muir, Scotland; married Oct. 4, 1884 in Port Arthur (Thunder Bay), Ont. Seven children:
           (1) Edna G.B. Herald b. July 22, 1885 in Manitoba
           (2) Aimee F. Herald b. Dec. 10, 1886 in Manitoba
           (3) Claud R Herald b. Dec. 10, 1890 in Manitoba
           (4) Charles C. Herald b. Aug. 9, 1891 in Manitoba
           (5 ) George Herald b. Sept. 11, 1892 in Manitoba
           (6) Cora B. Herald b. Jan. 11, 1895 in Manitoba
           (7) Willie F. Herald b. Nov. 17, 1886 in Manitoba
    6 - Mary Ann Abbott was b. abt. 1871 in Ont. There is no record of Mary Ann after the 1881 Census.
Mary Ann and Richard Abbott's great granddaughter is Gwen Brouse (Mrs. Norman R. Brouse) of Riverside, California, with
whom Anne Storey corresponded.

4. Jane Morgan born in 1830 (d. 1879) was married in 1846 to Jacob Logan 1815-1888. Jane was 16 years old and Jacob was
34. They farmed in March Twp., Conc. 3, Lot 6. Jacob Logan was born in Ireland on Aug. 23, 1812, the son of Captain Edward
“Loggan” of the British army and Margaret Rusk of Antrim County, Northern Ireland. Jacob was the youngest of six children
born to his parents before their mother‟s early death at age 36 (1777-1813). Two years later Jacob‟s father remarried and had two
more children. In 1820, when Jacob was 8, his sister Ellen Jane, 13, and his brother Edward, 17, the family emigrated to Canada.
(See Addendum at the end of this chapter for Edward Logan [elder brother of Jacob Logan] and the beginning of the Logan
Family in N. Zealand.) Jane Morgan and Jacob Logan had 11 children (gen. iv):

   1 - Ellen Jane Logan b. Apr. 4, 1847 m. James Adam (Jim) Burch (1851-1922) and migrated to
       Manitoba. Ellen and Jim Burch had six children, but three died during childhood.

   2 - Thomas Logan b. May 21, 1849 (baptized Aug. 1849) died 1879 married Annie Hopewell
       (1856-1941) on June16, 1879. One child:
          (1) Lillie Logan (1880-1943) m. Fred Davison * (b.1881)
          After the death of Thomas Logan, Annie (Hopewell) Logan married William Loney
          (See Chap. 7 - 4. Anna (Annie) Hopewell)
         Thomas and Annie Logan were grandparents of Anne Storey*:
         Thomas and Annie Logan ---> Lillie (Logan) Davison ---> Anne (Davison) Storey


   3 - Edward William Logan, born Aug. 6, 1851; died 1887 was a “well-known blacksmith” in South




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      March.(from obituary). He married Catherine Eliza Wetherly, b. 1848. Edward Logan died Nov.
      16, 1887 at age 36. Catherine, his wife, lived another 45 years. She lived with her daughter Jennie
      (Logan) Robertson in Bell‟s Corners and with her son Alvin O.Logan in South March, where she died
       Nov.7, 1932, at age 83. The graves of Edward and Catherine (Wetherly) Logan are in St. John‟s
      Anglican Cemetery, South March. Headstone. Catherine was the daughter of Thomas Wetherly
      (who was the son of Frances Hedley) and thus the granddaughter of John and Frances Hedley.
      Thomas and Catherine (Wetherly) Logan had two children:
           (1) Alvin Omar Logan (1880-1956); lived in S. March; burial St. John‟s Cem.
               m1 Mina Edna Boucher (1887-1925)
               m2 Amelia Margaret McGinnes (1880-1957)
               (Obituary for Catherine (Wetherly) Logan in Carp Review, Nov. 10, 1932)
           (2) Jennie Logan m. Ebinezer Robertson, lived in Bell‟s Corners.

   4 - John Albert Morgan Logan b. May 15, 1855; died 1928; m. Frances Louise Hayes.
       (1856- 1927). John and Frances Hayes migrated to Saskatchewan. Eight sons, one daughter.

   5 - Martha Frances Logan b. May 15, 1855; d. Aug.7, 1910 at age 55; married William Hopewell
       b. April 1,1854; d. May 8, 1938 at age 84; burial St. John‟s Cemetery. Five children. Two died in
       infancy. (See Chap. 7 for more about this family.)

   6 - Samuel Logan b. June 5, 1859; d. Dec. 5,1918, age 58
      m1 Martha E. Kelly on Oct. 3, 1883 (b.1864; died Nov.26, 1910 at age 46). Three Children:
          (1)
          (2)
          (3)Velma Logan
      m2 Mary Jane (Loney) Garvin (a sister of William Loney, who married Annie Hopewell (Logan),
      the widow of Thomas Logan)
      Samuel Logan's daughter Velma Logan was the mother of Ruth Cunningham*,
      a contributer to this chapter.

   7 - George Logan b. July 2,1861; never married; lived in Saskatchewan and Manitoba
       (died in a hotel in Winnipeg.)

   8 - Margaret Ann Logan b.May 2, 1864; d. in infancy Aug 1, 1864

   9 - Jacob Logan Jr. b. Jan. 23, 1866; d. in infancy Jan. 24, 1866

   10 - Abraham Logan b. Apr. 21, 1867, migrated to Washington State, then Oregon. At age 41 he
        married 15-year-old Maude Stockwell. Maude was placed in a mental home. She died in 1964 at
        age 71. Abraham died of liver cancer. Maude (Stockwell) and Abraham Logan had five children.
        Two died in childhood and three were placed in an orphanage when Abraham became ill and died           .

   11 - Effie Jane Logan b. Feb. 22, 1871 m. Ed Briddon from Surrey, England (d. 1907). When Effie
        turned 90 an article in the Verdun, P.Q. newspaper stated that she had eight children, but only one,
       Freida Briddon, survived to adulthood.

5. John Morgan (b.1833; d.1886); married (–?–) One daughter:
    1 - Maria (–?–) married William Callen

6. Thomas Morgan (b.1835; d.1864) was married in 1856 to Ann Wheeler (d. 1864).
   Thomas and Ann had two children:
   1 - William Morgan b. 1857
   2 - John Morgan b.1858, died in infancy

7. Charlotte Morgan, b. 1837, d. 1887, never married.

8. William Morgan, was b. in 1839 when his mother Martha was 31. William d. 1844 at age 5.

9. Alfred Morgan died in infancy

                                            1851 census for March Township:
Thomas Morgan, 52, farmer, born in Ireland, Church of England, married, living in a log house.
Martha Morgan, 42, born in England, Church of England
Mary A. Morgan, 21 single, born in March Twp.
John Morgan, 18, single, born in March Twp.
Thomas Morgan, 16, attending school
Charlotte Morgan, 14, attending school

Thomas Morgan, Martha Hedley's husband, died July 13, 1859 at age 66. The grave of Thomas Morgan is in St. John's
Cemetery, South March. Martha (Hedley) Morgan, born in Northumberland, Eng. on Jan. 19, 1808, daughter of Frances (Lawes)
and John Hedley, died June 28, 1887 at age 80. Although her name is not on her husband‟s headstone, she is listed in the St.
John’s Anglican Cem. Burial Registers, S. March.

                                               1861 Census for March Township:




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      Martha Morgan, age 52, widow, living in a log house with her son
      Thomas Morgan, 26
      Ann Morgan, 25, wife of Thomas
      Charlotte Morgan, 24, single, Martha‟s daughter.

                     The Nine Children of Martha Hedley and Thomas Morgan (all b. in March Twp.)
1. Frances Morgan b.1825
2. George Morgan b.1827; d.1894 in March Twp; m. Mary Ann Young (1830-1898) 12 children
3. Jane Morgan (1830-1879) March Twp; m. Jacob Logan (1815-1888); 11 children
4. Mary Ann Morgan b.1829; m. Richard Abbott; 4 children
5. John Morgan (1833-1886) m. (–?–) d. 1886; one daughter
6. Thomas Morgan (1835- 1864) March Twp; m.1856 to Ann Wheeler; 2 children
7. Charlotte Morgan (1837-1887) never married
8. William Morgan (1839-1844) d. in childhood
9. Alfred Morgan died in infancy

                                                        Addendum
                           Edward Logan and the Beginning of the Logan Family in New Zealand
                                (an extension of “section 4. Jane Morgan” of this chapter)

Captain Edward “Loggan” was born in Ireland in 1773, the son of John “Loggan.” Both Captain Edward Loggan and his
father John Loggan served in the British army. In 1796 Edward Loggan married Margaret Rusk (1777-1813) in Randalstown,
Antrim County, Northern Ireland. Margaret died at age 36 in October of 1813. Margaret (Rusk) and Edward Loggan had six
children: John, Edward, Ellen Jane, Eliza, James and Jacob Logan.

On July 25, 1815, Captain Edward Loggan married his second wife, Mary Jane Duncan. Edward and Mary Jane had two more
children, Elizabeth and David Duncan Loggan. In 1820 Captain Loggan and his second wife Mary Jane Duncan emigrated from
Ireland to March Township, taking with them Edward‟s three youngest children from his first marriage, Edward, 17, Ellen
Jane,13, Jacob, 8 and the two children from his second marriage, Elizabeth, 4 and David Duncan, 3.
Edward Logan died in March Twp. on Nov.18, 1846 at age 71. His wife, Mary Jane (Mary Ann on the headstone) lived another
32 years. She died Aug.29, 1878 at age 88. Their graves are in St. John‟s Anglican Cemetery in South March.

                                         Children of Captain Edward Logan and Margaret Rusk:
1. John Logan, born Nov.5, 1797, was 23 when his family emigrated to Canada in 1820.
   He did not come to Canada with the rest of his family.
2. Edward Logan was born August 2, 1803 in Ireland. He was 17 when his family emigrated from
   Ireland to March Township, Carleton County in 1820.
3. Ellen Jane Logan, born May 4, 1807, never married. She was drowned at sea en route to
   New Zealand about 1854.
4. Eliza Logan, born in 1808, died at age 3 on Oct. 28, 1811.
5. James Logan, born in Feb. 1811 died at age 8 months in Sept. 1811.
6. Jacob Logan, born Aug. 23, 1812, married Jane Morgan, granddaughter of Martha Hedley.
    Jacob and Jane (Morgan) Logan farmed on Conc. 3 of March Twp. 11 children (see above).

                                       Children of Captain Edward Logan and Mary Jane Duncan:
7. Elizabeth Logan, born Apr. 29, 1816, married Henry Edwards.
8. David Duncan Logan, born Nov. 6, 1817, was married in Quebec. He attended McGill
   University and worked as a doctor in London, England. His name suddenly disappeared from
   the medical list of doctors, and no further trace has been found of him.

Thirty years after coming to March Township with his father, on January 1, 1850 Edward Logan, age 47, married Susan
Fuller “by special levy of the Governor General” in St. John‟s Anglican Church in South March. Edward and Susan Logan
started the New Zealand branch of the Logan family. Before departing for New Zealand Edward and Susan (Fuller) Logan had
two children in March Township:
           1 Margaret Rusk Logan
           2 Ellen Jane Logan.
In 1850 Edward and Susan and their two little girls as well as Ellen Jane, Edward‟s unmarried sister, left Boston harbour to begin
their sea voyage to Australia. After working in the gold fields of Australia for awhile Edward decided to migrate to New Zealand,
where he could get free land. On the voyage to New Zealand they were shipwrecked and Ellen Jane, Edward‟s sister, was swept
overboard and drowned. Edward and his family survived and reached New Zealand, where they had seven additional children.

                                    The 11 Children of Edward and Susan (Fuller) Logan

1 - Margaret Rusk Logan, b. in March Township in 1850; d.1929 in New Zealand; married Vincent Walters [pictured below]
in 1871 in Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand. .Vincent Walters was born in 1846 in New South Wales, Australia, the son of Ann
Sandey and Vincent Walters (b. abt 1828 in Cornwall, England) Margaret and Vincent Walters lived in New Zealand until 1880,
when Vincent moved to Australia. Vincent died in 1928 at age 82. Margaret and Vincent Walters had eleven children:
         (1) James Samuel Logan Walters b. 1871
             m1 to Uru Raumati, a Maori woman, in 1906
             m2 to Mary Aileen „Edna‟ Brooke; Three children
         (2) Eva Margaret Walters b.1873, d.1936; m. Alexander Brewster; 3 children
         (3) Edward Vincent Walters, b. 1875, married 20-year-old Elizabeth Reed on
             June 29, 1906 in Waitangi, N.Z. where Edward was a settler. They had three



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             children. They later separated and Edward left N.Z. and settled in Australia,
             where he remarried and had five more children.
       (4) Richard Walters was also born in 1875.
       (5) Susannah Elizabeth (Eliza)Walters b. in 1876; m.1896 to Fredrich Wilheim Denecker
           (b.1860) Two children.
       (6) Edwin Walters b. 1878; d. 1959; m. Sarah Jane Bangham Granger (1869-1931)
            Eight children. (Edwin and Sarah Jane Walters were great grandparents of
            Murray Foley, husband of Marlene Foley*.)
       (7) Alice Maud Walters was b. abt 1879; m. in 1901 to Walter Hutton Champion
            (1873-1906) two children.
Margaret and Vincent Walters were divorced in 1880 and Vincent moved to Australia; however, the family continued to use
the Walters name.
       (8) Thomas Walters b.1881, married Elizabeth Reed (the former wife of his brother
            Edward Vincent) Eight children
       (9) Mary Walters was born in1883 (birth documentation lists Vincent Walters
            as father). Mary married Robert Foote (1880-1955). Two children.
      (10) Albert Walters (1886-1942) (birth documentation lists Vincent Walters as
             father)
      (11) Christina Walters (1895-1981) (birth documentation lists Vincent Walters
            as father) m. in 1923 Albert William Hazeldine Bailey
             (1895-1967)
      (12) Nils August Walters, born Oct. 16, 1893 in Awhitu, N.Z.

2 - Ellen Jane Logan b. April 6, 1852; died July 23, 1924; m. Captain John Featon in 1871 in
    New Zealand. One child.

3 - Susanna Eliza Logan b. June 22, 1854 in N.Z; died Jan. 29, 1929; married Patrick Edwin
    Dillon in 1885. Two sons

4 - Marion Graham Logan b. Sept. 21, 1856; died May 4, 1936; married April 30, 1878 Henry
    Greensmith Wade (born in England in 1853; died 1900) Nine children

5 - Edward Logan b. Feb. 21,1859 in Kauri Point, N.Z; died Nov.11, 1942; m. Harriett Irwin in
    1882 in N.Z. Ten children

6 - Emma Logan b. Nov. 22, 1861 in N.Z; died Jan.1927; m. 1883 to Robert Millen (b.1858
    in Tyrone, Ireland; died April 19, 1949) Eleven children

7 - Mary Ann Logan b. June 8, 1864 in N.Z; died July 24, 1942; m. James Hayes (1879-1936)
    in 1898 in N.Z. Two daughters--or one son

8 - Sarah Jane Moore Logan b. April 2, 1867 in N.Z; died 1959; m. Archibald Sidney Slater
    (1870- 1949) in 1894, N.Z. Three Children

9 - Julia Gertrude Logan (twin) b. Dec. 21, 1869 in N.Z;
    m1 Caude Walson Slater in 1896 in N.Z; Claude d. in 1897.
    m2 Albion Sumner Howe b.1860; died 1943 in San Francisco. Three children.

10 - Angelina Logan (twin) b. Dec.21, 1869 in N.Z; died Sept. 23, 1938; m.1894 in N.Z. to Ernest
     Edward Faber (1869-1946) Seven children.

11 - Robert Logan b. 1873; died in infancy

Note: The original spelling of the family name was “Loggin” but eventually one of the g‟s was dropped. Most of the above
account was provided by Peter Loney of Edmonton.
The names of the children of the New Zealand family of Edward Logan and Susan Fuller were provided courtesy of Marlene
Foley of New Zealand.




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            Vincent Walters, husband of Margaret Rusk Logan who emigrated from
            Carleton Co. to New Zealand with her parents Susan (Fuller) and Edward
            Logan in 1854. Vincent is shown posing in Free Mason regalia.


Our thanks to Rick Morgan and *Peter Loney for information on the family of Jane (Morgan) and
Jacob Logan; to *Ruth Cunningham and Marilyn Rivington, descendants of Jacob Logan and Jane
Morgan for Logan information and photographs and to *Marlene Foley of New Zealand for the photo
and information on the Logan family in New Zealand.




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               JANE
 THE BELOVED WIFE OF JOHN ROSSER
     DIED 19TH SEPTEMBER 1902
           AGED 71 YEARS

        ALSO JOHN ROSSER
    BELOVED HUSBAND OF ABOVE
         DIED 27T NOV 1910
          AGED 80 YEARS




      BROWNLEE FAMIY PLOTS

           FRONT NEAR
         JESSE BROWNLEE
        DIED NOV 23RD 1919
          AGED 26 YEARS

       ELSIE MAY BROWNLEE
         DIED SET 8TH 1926
          AGED 26 YEARS

    GLADYS VICTORIA BROWNLEE
      ARTHUR ROY BROWNLEE

     TALL HEADSTONE PILLAR
         JANE BROWNLEE
WHO ENTERED INTO HER ETERNAL REST
          JULY 27TH 1940
          AGED 73 YEARS
        THY WILL BE DONE

        AGNES BROWNLEE
     WHO FELL ASLEEP IN JESUS
         JUNE 14TH ?? 1965
          AGED 85 YEARS




      BROWNLEE FAMIY PLOTS

           FRONT NEAR
         JESSE BROWNLEE
        DIED NOV 23RD 1919
          AGED 26 YEARS

       ELSIE MAY BROWNLEE
         DIED SET 8TH 1926
          AGED 26 YEARS

    GLADYS VICTORIA BROWNLEE
      ARTHUR ROY BROWNLEE

     TALL HEADSTONE PILLAR
         JANE BROWNLEE
WHO ENTERED INTO HER ETERNAL REST
          JULY 27TH 1940
          AGED 73 YEARS
        THY WILL B DONE

        AGNES BROWNLEE
     WHO FELL ASLEEP IN JESUS
         JUNE 14TH ?? 1965
          AGED 85 YEARS




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Chart 10056.1 Thomas Brownlee born 1755Thomas BROWNLEE (William, Thomas) was born 18 Aug 1825 in
Pollokshaws, Eastwood, Renfrewshire, Scotland13. He died 21 Aug 1899 in Awhitu, New Zealand14 and ...
www.brownlee.com.au/Pages/Charts/Chart%2010056.1.html - Cached?Chart 10056He married Veronica Mary Agassiz
in 1981. Thomas Brownlee and Agnes Dick ...
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Thomas BROWNLEE & Agnes DICK, both born in Pollokshaws, Renfrewshire, ... Marion, married James CLARK,
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                                      24 Apr 2002 ... Agnes,
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          From: Jane Curry < vaderd@ihug.co.nz>
          Subject: [NZ] BROWNLEE / IRWIN / DICK / CLARK, Awhitu
          Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 13:35:05 +1200


          I've just rejoined the list after a couple of years. Is anyone else
          researching the above names?
          Some details:
          Thomas BROWNLEE & Agnes DICK, both born in Pollokshaws, Renfrewshire,
          brought their family to Auckland on the "Ganges" in 1863 and settled at
          Awhitu. Their children were
          1. William, (builder) married Agnes Matilda LITTLE in Auckland in 1874
          - my
          line.
          2. James, (storeman) married Isabella WALKER in Mt. Albert in 1882.
          Living
          at Stewart St., Ponsonby in 1884.
          3. Marion, married James CLARK, Farmer of Pollok Settlement, Awhitu.
          4. Thomas, (farmer at Awhitu), married Jane GARTON 1886.
          5. Agnes, married John IRWIN of Awhitu.

          I have pushed the BROWNLEE, DICK, and LITTLE lines back as far as I can
          and
          would be pleased to share this information with anyone interested in
          this
          family.

          Jane Curry in Upper Hutt.




This thread:


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          [NZ] BROWNLEE / IRWIN / DICK / CLARK, Awhitu by Jane Curry < vaderd@ihug.co.nz>


http://searches2.rootsweb.com/th/read/NEW-ZEALAND/2002-04/1019611761




                                          BROWNLEE FAMIY PLOTS

                                               FRONT NEAR
                                             JESSE BROWNLEE
                                            DIED NOV 23RD 1919
                                              AGED 26 YEARS

                                           ELSIE MAY BROWNLEE
                                             DIED SET 8TH 1926
                                              AGED 26 YEARS

                                     GLADYS VICTORIA BROWNLEE




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                                         ARTHUR ROY BROWNLEE

                                     TALL HEADSTONE PILLAR
                                         JANE BROWNLEE
                                WHO ENTERED INTO HER ETERNAL REST
                                          JULY 27TH 1940
                                          AGED 73 YEARS
                                        THY WILL B DONE

                                           AGNES BROWNLEE
                                        WHO FELL ASLEEP IN JESUS
                                            JUNE 14TH ?? 1965
                                             AGED 85 YEARS

                                        OTHER SIDE (SHOWN)
                                       IN LOVING MEMORY OF
                                        THOMAS BROWNLEE
                                 WHO ENTERED INTO HIS ETERNAL REST
                                            AUG 21ST 1899
                                           AGED 74 YEARS

                                             PEACE PERFECT PEACE

                                           ---------------------------------
                                            IN LOVING MEMORY
                                         THOMAS BROWNLEE JUNR
                                         WO FELL ASLEEP IN JESUS
                                                   JAN 3RD 189
                                                AGED 39 YEARS

                  THERE REMAINETH THEREFORE A REST TO THE PEOPLE OF GOD




                                               IN MEMORY OF
                                                JOHN BROOK
                                             WHO DIED 14 JULY 1886
                                               AGED 60 YEARS

                                               BEHIND SEE NEXT


English immigrants John and Sarah Brook built the Brook homestead, originally called Brook Haven, in

1878. It remains a central feature of the park. The family added the bach in front of the homestead in

1907. The old jetty, which remains at Kauritutahi Bay, was also built by the Brook family.



It was a lifeline to the outside world when this far-flung place had no roads. Basic supplies and visitors came in

across these boards and kauri posts and farm products went out. In 1971, John Brook's grandson Fred sold his

land to the ARC. Awhitu Regional Park was officially opened in 1975 and continues to operate as a working

farm.




Awhitu


On the south west shores of the Manukau Harbour, Awhitu Regional Park is a peaceful retreat. It has tranquil

bays, rolling pastures and a rich history.




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Transformed wetlands lie behind the park's two long, sandy beaches (Kauritutahi Beach and Brook Beach) and

provide a wonderful habitat for the rare fernbird (matata) and banded rail (moho pereru).


Both the Awhitu Peninsula and the park take their names from the pre-European Maori settlement of Awhitu,

which was located at the western end of Orua Bay to the north of the park. It was named because of the

'yearning' (awhitu) felt by Hoturoa, the commander of the Tainui canoe (waka), when he left the district.


The traditional name for the park's location was Kauritutahi, so named for the single kauri tree which stood on the

small islet of the park.



History


The Ngāti Te Ata and Ngāti Kahukoka people originally occupied the Awhitu Peninsula. Their descendents still

maintain strong links to this land, with marae located in and around Waiuku. The large waka Toki-a-Tapiri, which

now rests at the Auckland Museum, came from this area.


Evidence from middens on the park indicates Māori used the local area extensively for fishing and resource

gathering. English immigrants John and Sarah Brook built the Brook homestead, originally called Brook Haven,

in 1878. It remains a central feature of the park. The family added the bach in front of the homestead in 1907.

The old jetty, which remains at Kauritutahi Bay, was also built by the Brook family.


It was a lifeline to the outside world when this far-flung place had no roads. Basic supplies and visitors came in

across these boards and kauri posts and farm products went out. In 1971, John Brook's grandson Fred sold his

land to the ARC. Awhitu Regional Park was officially opened in 1975 and continues to operate as a working

farm.

                       http://www.arc.govt.nz/parks/our-parks/parks-in-the-region/awhitu/




                                        IN LOVING MEMORY OF
                                       FRANK ARTHUR NORMAN
                                 DIED AUGUST 11TH 1918 AGED 21 YEARS

                                            THY WILL BE DONE




                                            FALLEN HEADSTONE

                                             IN MEMORY OF
                                         GEORGE EDWARD BROOK
                                          WHO DIED JULY 26, 1861
                                             AGED 1 MONTH




                                                                                                                  17
                            IN LOVING MEMORY OF
                                JOHN TAYLOR
                           WHO DIED 17TH MARCH 1895
                                 AGED 67 YERS

                                    ALSO
                              CHRISTIA TAYLOR
                             WIFE OF THE ABOVE
                            WHO DIED 18TH AUG 1889
                               AGED 39 YEARS

                                ALSO WILLIAM
                              SON OF THE ABOVE
                            WHO DIED 13TH SEPT 1891
                                AGED 9 YEARS




                        MODERN HEADSTONE - OLD BURIAL

                         DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF
                                WILLIAM GRAHAM
                     DIED AT KAURI POINT (GRAHAM'S BEACH)
                             20th aug 1889 aged 73 years
                       DEARLY LOVED HUSBAND OF MARION
                           ALSO DIED AT KAURI POINT
                          1ST APRIL 1887 AGED 70 YEARS

       "TENDERLY UNITED DURING A LONG LIFE THEY REST TOGETHER IN DEATH

                     ALSO MARY, WIDOW OF JAMES GRAHAM
AND MOTHER OF WILLIAM WHO DIED AND WAS BURIED AT KAURI POINT 6TH NOVEMBER 1856




                          SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
                               EDWARD LOGAN
                        FORMERLY OF BRITISH AMERICA
              AND FOR UPWARDS OF 25 YEARS RESIDENT OF THIS PARISH
                             DIED JUNE 27TH 1879 ?
                                AGED 75 YEARS

                          ALSO HIS WIFE SARAH LOGAN
                            WHO DEPARTE THIS LIFE
                               MARCH 10TH 1913
                                AGED 86 YEARS

                                   AT REST




                    IN MEMORY OF MARGARET RUSK WALTERS
                                   NEE LOGAN
                           WIFE OF VINCENT WALTERS
                             BORN IN CANADA 1851
                          DIED 26-9-1929 AGED 78 YEARS
                          EARLY SETTLER AWHITU 1854

                               REAR HEADSTONE

                            IN LOVING MEMORY OF
                              ELEANOR WALTERS
                           DIED 19TH SEPTEMBER 1925




                                                                                 18
            AGED 1 YEAR 4 MONTHS
             EVER REMEMBERED




            IN LOVING MEMORY OF
           JAMES MILNE SHEPPARD
             WHO DIED SEP 17.1950
                AGED 50 YEARS




           IN LOVING MEMORY OF
          CATHERINE LAURA SCOPES
          WHO DIED MACH 4 TH 1911
               AGED 60 YEARS

                   ALSO
        ALFRED WITHERINGTON SCOPES
           WHO DIED SEPT 7TH 1900
               AGED 13 YEARS

         NOT LOST ONLY GONE BEFORE




            IN LOVING MEMORY OF
           ELLEN PRESTON WALKER
THE BELOVED WFE OF THOMAS EDMONDSON WALKER
            DIED OCTOBER 22ND 1904
                AGED 85 YEARS

    MESSAGE "TILL THE DAY BREAK AND THE .




               R.A.D.TURNER
               NO 19569 PTE
            MAORI PIONEER PATTN

          DIED 4.11.1965 AGED 78 YEARS




             MIRIAMA PALTRIDGE
                1838 - 29.1.1888




        IN LOVING MEMORY OF ROBERT
          DEARLY LOVED HUSBAND OF
               JANE MORRISON
              DIED NOV 28TH 1926
                AGED 71 YEARS
                   AT REST




          IN MEMORY OF HUGH EVANS
             WHO DIED 4TH AUG 1910



                                             19
              AGED 86 YEARS




          IN LOVING MEMORY OF
          WILLIAM JACOB BIRCH
      WHO PASSED AWAY DEC 14TH 1908
      "THER SHALL BE NO MORE PAIN "
          ALSO WILLIAM ARTHUR
            DIED JUNE 8TH 1906
               AGED 3 DAYS
                   ALSO
             ANNIE ELIZABETH
       BELOVED WIFE OF THE ABOVE
            DIED 26TH MAY 1917
              AGED 52 YEARS

             THY WILL BE DONE




            FRONT HEADSTONE
       JOSEPH EDWARD BRETHERTON
            DIED 30TH SEP 1928
                 AGED 87

             REAR HEADSTONE
        IN MEMORY OF HUGH EVANS
           WHO DIED 4TH AUG 1910
              AGED 86 YEARS




         IN LOVING MEMORY OF
                 ALBERT
   BELOVED HUSBAND OF ELLEN PETERSEN
           DIED 13TH JULY 1927
             AGED 69 YEARS

            "THY WILL BE DONE"




               ROBBIE 5/7/36




           IN LOVING MEMORY OF
             CATHARINE ELLEN
           DEARLY LOVED WIFE F
                 H.J. MOORE
             DIED 24TH AUG 1932
                AGD 36 YEARS

SLEEP ON BELOVED: SLEEP, AND TAKE THY REST.




          TOP HEADSTONE UNREAD

             BOTTOM PLAQUE
              IN MEMORY OF




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                                         ALBERT VICTOR JOHANSSON
                                              1.1.1891 - 11.5.1959




                                              IN LOVING MEMORY OF
                                              ALEXANDER MORRISON
                                                BORN 28TH JAN 1858
                                                 DIED 5TH FEB 1937

                                               AND JANET WALKER
                                                HIS BELOVED WIFE
                                               BORN 12TH JULY 1858
                                                 DIED 1ST FEB 1939

                                                     AT REST

                                                      BOTTOM
                                                  IN MEMORY OF
                                              ALEXA JANE JOHANSSON
                                                 10.3.1902 - 5.8.1981




                                                  IN MEMORY OF
                                               DAVID CUNNINGHAM
                                                DIED 25TH DEC 1891
                                                  AGED 53 YEARS

                                                      ALSO
                                                JANE CUNNINGHAM
                                                DIED 9TH JULY 1908
                                                  AGED 73 YEARS




                                                       RIP
                                                   JOHN SHORT
                                                    DIED 1910
                                                      13 Y

                                                      RIP
                                                 AGNES M SHORT
                                                   DIED 1896
                                                      7M




    1.   Search SHORT Family Tree Websites at
         TribalPages.com

    Agnes SHORT 1786 - 1791. Born in Barony, Glasgow,
    Scotland. Src: Rhona's Family Tree contact: ... Born in
    Awhitu, New Zealand. Died in Awhitu, New Zealand ...
    tribalpages.com/family-trees/SHORT/5 - Cached

 Agnes May SHORT 1896 - 1896
 Born in Awhitu, New Zealand
 Died in Awhitu, New Zealand
 Src: My Leverton and Ass Family contact:


http://tribalpages.com/family-trees/SHORT/5




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                              SEE OTHER WEBPAGES ON SHORT FAMILY HISTORY

                                      LINKS IN WAIUKU CEMETERY ARTICLE.




                                               IN LOVING MEMORY OF
                                                CHARLES H. ROBSON
                                                 DIED 24TH FEB 1893
                                                   AGED 62 YEARS

                                                    AND HIS WIFE
                                                     JEANETTE M.
                                                  DIED 19TH OCT 1900
                                                    AGE 64 YEARS

                                  PLAQUE BRONZE
  TO COMMEMORATE & CELEBRATE 125? YEARS IN NEW ZEALAND OUR DESCENTANTS REMEMBRED
                               HERE 10 MARCH 1999??


ROBSON family
Charles Hepburn Robson [b. 1830], his wife Jeanette Maria Lucy nèe NORRIS and their children Charles Hepburn
Orlando [b 1855], Isabel Mary [b. 1857] and Edmund Henry [b. 1859]. Charles (b. London) and Jeanette (b. Merrion,
Ireland) married in USA, where two eldest children born, returned to Ireland before the birth of Edmund in Cork. Four
more children were born in New Zealand; Henry Ernest, Ada Rosetta, Herbert Cecil and John Baylee. Charles briefly took
over the photographic business of J.N Crombie in Auckland before the family moved to Napier. In 1869 Charles entered
the Lighthouse service and over the next 20 years moved round the coast with his family keeping lighthouses from
Moeraki to Manukau. Charles died in Auckland in 1893 and is buried at Awhitu. Jeanette died in 1900 in Auckland and is
buried with Charles at Awhitu. If you have a connection with this family or would like to know more please contact
Margaret Couch.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ourstuff/BlackEagle1861.htm

ROBSON, Charles Hepburn. Arr. Auckland, 1862 "Black Eagle". Lighthouse keeper, lived
at various places round the coast, buried at Awhitu on the Manukau Harbour. Married
Amelia Mabel CARVER

Margaret Couch
(nee Pegler)

Hamilton NZ

http://www.mail-archive.com/new-zealand-l@rootsweb.com/msg02616.html




                                     IN LOVING MEMORY OF FREDERIC BRINE
                                            WHO DIED 3RD JUNE 1899
                                                AGED 65 YEARS

                                                        MESSAGE




                                         MODERN HAMILTON FAMILY PLOT




                                            HAMILTON EARLY SETTLERS



                                                                                                                         22
                       IN LOVING MEMORY OF
            MARGARET THE BELOVED WIFE OF JAMES HAMILTON
                      WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
                             AUG 19.1898
                           AGED 62 YEARS

                  MESSAGE AT BOTTOM (HARD TO READ)

                             RIGHT SIDE
                        IN LOVING MEMORY OF
                           JAMES HAMILTON
                        WO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
                             JULY 26, 1895
                            AGED 59 YEARS

                  MESSAGE "THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD"




                         IN LOVING MEMORY OF
                        ADA ELEANOR SWANWICK
                    DIED 18TH AUG 1944 AGED 81 YEARS

                  BELOVED WIFE OF SAMUEL SWANWICK
                    DIED 21ST SEPT 1907 AGED 41 YEARS
                              BURIED AT SEA
                                RE-UNITED




         HAMILTON FAMILY GROUP PLOTS AWHITU CEMETERY 2011

                        THIS ONE HARD TO READ.




                             FRONT LEFT
               CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH AUDREY HAMILTON
                    APRIL 29TH 1900 - AUG 19TH 1994
                       LOVED WIFE OF HECTOR
                 LOVING MOTHER OF PATRICIA (PIXIE)
                      REMEMBERED WITH LOVE

                               RIGHT SIDE

                           HECTOR HAMILTON
                      14TH NOV 1902- 25TH? JULY 1964




                    HAMILTON FAMILY GROUP PLOTS
                         AWHITU CEMETERY




                   MODERN GREENSTONE HEADSTONE

ROBERT IAN CRAIG - PATRICIA MARGARET BTTEN (PIXIE) CRAIG (NEE HAMILTON)




                                                                          23
  REST CHAIR - AWHITU CEMETERY

       IN LOVING MEMORY OF
        KATIE JEAN POWLES
           12.04.82 - 03.06.08




        AWHITU CEMETERY

A BEAUTIFUL QUARTZ ROCK HEADSTONE




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