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1 1911 Hugh married Margaret at Plantagenet in Western Australia on 8 April http://www.wamarriage.info/ - Hugh was listed as Henry H. Molloy).  MOLLOY, Hugh (I421)
 
2 Ashes Disposal: Garden Of Remembrance 13 Dec 1963  WAN, Leonard Henry (I1210)
 
3 Block B, Ashes Plot 205 TUNNICLIFFE, Betty Agnes (I1589)
 
4 Erebus Ash Gardens Row L, Plot 74  ROE, Gladys Amy Maude (I769)
 
5 No 3 Lawn, Block 36, Plot 37 EDEN, Mary Anne (I2289)
 
6 1 Anglican Section Row C STEWART, Mary Ann (I2734)
 
7 1 Anglican Section Row C EVELEIGH, James (I2735)
 
8 1 Apr 1905: YEA, Friday.?The dead body of Mr. Hezekiah Holden, an old resident of the Glenburn district, was found this morning. at about 8 o'clock, crushed under a tree HOLDEN, Hezekiah (I2085)
 
9 11 Anglican Section Row P HENDERSON, Florence Jane (I2744)
 
10 11 Anglican Section Row P BULMAN, Thomas (I2745)
 
11 148 OLD PART ROE, Matthew (I143)
 
12 1863 James came to New Zealand with his parents (vide infra) MOLLOY, James (I412)
 
13 1864 Kate arrived in New Zealand with her parents (vide infra). Lewison arrived about the same time (son Hugh?s military records). MOLLOY, Catherine (I419)
 
14 1864 Patrick arrived in New Zealand with his parents (vide infra) MOLLOY, Patrick Albert (I414)
 
15 1872 Hugh was at Gropers Bush School during its first decade. The school opened in 1872 (Records of Early Riverton and District, Centenary Celebrations, Riverton N.Z., 1837-1937, page 108).  MOLLOY, Hugh (I421)
 
16 1872 James was one of the pupils at the opening of Gropers Bush School
(Records of Early Riverton and District, Centenary Celebrations, Riverton
N.Z., 1837-1937, page 106).
 
MOLLOY, James (I412)
 
17 1872 Kate was one of the pupils at the opening of Gropers Bush School (Records of Early Riverton and District, Centenary Celebrations, Riverton N.Z., 1837-1937, page 106).
 
MOLLOY, Catherine (I419)
 
18 1872 Patrick was one of the pupils at the opening of Gropers Bush School (Records of Early Riverton and District, Centenary Celebrations, Riverton N.Z., 1837-1937, page 106). MOLLOY, Patrick Albert (I414)
 
19 1872 William was at Gropers Bush School during its first decade. The school opened in 1872 (Records of Early Riverton and District, Centenary Celebrations, Riverton N.Z., 1837-1937, page 108).  MOLLOY, William Albert (I423)
 
20 1881 Invercargill, January 29th. While some boys were bathing in the Aparima, a son of Hugh Molloy, aged 10 years, was carried out with the current and drowned (Otago Daily Times, Issue 5912, 31 January 1881, Page 2).  MOLLOY, Dennis (I403)
 
21 1887 Serious Charge Against A Sewing Machine Agent. (By Telegraph - Our Correspondent.) Invercargill, this day. At Riverton, yesterday, Michael Lyttelton was charged with indecently assaulting Catherine McFeely, at Otaitai bush on the 27th August. The accused, a widower with a
family, is the Invercargill agent for the Wertheim Sewing Machine Company, and the complainant is the wife of a farmer. Evidence was given to the effect that the accused drove up to the house in a trap, and began a conversation about sewing machines. Observing no one in the room of the house, he entered uninvited, caught hold of Mrs McFeely and pulled her down on a chair, but it broke, and while Lyttelton was lying on his back on the floor the complainant rushed outside and ran away to a neighbour?s house. Accused then drove off, but was afterwards arrested and charged with the offence. The Bench committed him for trial at next sittings of the Supreme Court, bail being fixed at  
MOLLOY, Catherine (I419)
 
22 1888 Riverton Art-Union (Continued). 1 The Rev. M. Walsh desires to acknowledge with many thanks, the receipt of blocks of tickets with accompanying amounts from the following  MOLLOY, Patrick Albert (I414)
 
23 1894 The Selection Committee of the Southland Rugby Union have chosen the following to represent the province in the match against Otago at Invercargill on the 12th inst. ? T. Molloy (Riverton), ? (Oamaru Mail, Volume XIX, Issue 6044, 8 September 1894, Page 2).  MOLLOY, Thomas Henry (I404)
 
24 1896 Football Matters. To The Editor. Sir, I see by your paper of yesterday's date, that Rugby again states, that which is contrary to fact. In the first place it was not known to the I.F.C. that the Molloys and Clarke were going to play for them until after the Riverton annual meeting, as T. Molloy wrote to us on the 9th of March stating, that at the general meeting of the Riverton club on 29th February only eleven members signified their intention to play, therefore they would not have a team, and that he and his brother wished to play for the I.F.C. I did not say, as stated by Rugby, that the reason of the players mentioned for joining us was to qualify for the Southland trials, but that they wished to play for a senior club, as reference to my letter will show nor did I attempt to make even a feeble excuse, as Rugby calls it, as I only wrote to correct the unsportsmanlike misrepresentations made by him. Certainly Winton have had a representative in the Southland team, but all footballers are aware that this club has always played as senior until this season, when they decided to join the junior ranks. The latter clause of his letter is also incorrect as the player mentioned was not suspended for a month but his application for a transfer was held over until the 6th June. I am, &c, Thos. F. Smyth, Hon. Sec. I.F.C. [The letter from Messrs Molloy, which has been shown to us, bears out Mr Smyth's contention and the correspondence must terminate here. Ed.] (Southland Times, Issue 13453, 13 May 1896, Page 3).  MOLLOY, Thomas Henry (I404)
 
25 19 Presbyterian Section Row C TEMPLETON, Agnes (I2723)
 
26 1901 A small cottage at Gummies Bush, owned by Mr T. Molloy, was destroyed by fire together with its contents last week. There were no insurances. Mr and Mrs Molloy were in Riverton at the time (Southland Times, Issue 14887, 5 March 1901, Page 2).  MOLLOY, Thomas Henry (I404)
 
27 1901 A small cottage at Gummies Bush, owned by Mr T. Molloy, was destroyed by fire together with its contents last week. There were no insurances. Mr and Mrs Molloy were in Riverton at the time (Southland Times, Issue 14887, 5 March 1901, Page 2).  EVELEIGH, Rhoda (I405)
 
28 1902 Western District A. and P. Show. ? Aylesbury drake and duck ? 1 Mrs P. A. Molloy, 2 Mrs J.Fraser, only entries ? (Southland Times , Issue 16067, 19 June 1902, Page 4).
After a spell of two years, the Western District A. and P. Association held a winter show at Riverton last Wednesday. ? The poultry prizes were pretty well distributed among Mrs Corrie, Mrs Frederick, Mrs G. L. Tweedie, Mr Walter Southern, Mr G. Anderson, M. Port, Mr C. Hopgood, Mr G. Willas and Mr P. A. Molloy (Otago Witness, Issue 2519, 25 June 1902, Page 48). 
MOLLOY, Patrick Albert (I414)
 
29 1903 Land Board. ? Assistant Ranger Forrester reported inspection of reserve of six acres adjoining sec. 15, block 2, Centre Hill District, applied for by P. Molloy on lease for term of nine years. The writer stated that the land is good, and valued it at  MOLLOY, Patrick Albert (I414)
 
30 1906 Land Sales. The National Mortgage and Agency Co. report the following land sales during the past week: On Saturday last we offered Mr William Watt?s dairy farm opposite the Aparima factory, by auction, in the presence of a fair number of interested farmers. The bidding did not come up to the owner?s reserve, but we sold the home farm to Mr Charles Molloy of Gummies Bush immediately after the auction, leaving 115 acres, only from the dairy factory, still to dispose of (Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume II, Issue 71, 11 September 1906, Page 5).  MOLLOY, Charles (I401)
 
31 1909 Margaret and Christopher emigrated to Australia.  PETERSON, Margaret Ann (I2110)
 
32 1909 Margaret and Christopher emigrated to Australia.  HUGHSON, Christopher Sandison (I2690)
 
33 1913 Mr T. Molloy, of Riverton, has been appointed to the position of railway ganger at Wairio. Prior to his departure from Riverton Mr Molloy, who acted as coach to the Riverton Football Club, was entertained at a ?smoke-oh? and presented with a handsome travelling rug and dressing case. Mrs Molloy was also presented with a silver teapot by friends in the township (Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume IX, Issue 444, 11 November 1913, Page 4).  MOLLOY, Thomas Henry (I404)
 
34 1913 Mr T. Molloy, of Riverton, has been appointed to the position of railway ganger at Wairio. Prior to his departure from Riverton Mr Molloy, who acted as coach to the Riverton Football Club, was entertained at a ?smoke-oh? and presented with a handsome travelling rug and dressing case. Mrs Molloy was also presented with a silver teapot by friends in the township (Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume IX, Issue 444, 11 November 1913, Page 4).  EVELEIGH, Rhoda (I405)
 
35 1913 Four days after giving birth, Louisa died on 25 November aged 39, and was buried in Riverton Cemetery, 39.00, Catholic Section Row A (Southland County cemetery records).
It is with feelings of regret that we have to announce the death of a well known and esteemed resident of the Gummies Bush district, in the person of Mrs Patrick Molloy, aged 30 years. The deceased lady had been ailing only for a short time (says the Western Star), and her sudden death created a feeling of sorrow among her circle of acquaintances in the district. She leaves a husband and seven of a family, who will have the sincere sympathy of a large circle of friends in bereavement. The remains will be interred in the Riverton Cemetery to-day (Southland Times, Issue
17514, 29 November 1913, Page 5).
 
BATT, Louisa Margaret Frances (I415)
 
36 1914 Wairio Notes. ? Mr Alex. Cuthbertson, railway surfacman here, and a resident of 18 years?, had received notice of his promotion to the position of gang at Clinton, his fellow employees and friends decided to entertain him at a smoke concert. Although the function was got up at practically a moment?s notice it was in every way a success. Mr Tom Molloy occupied the chair, and in proposing the toast of ?Our Guest,? and presenting him with a handsome travelling bag, referred to the many good qualities of Mr Cuthbertson. ? (Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume IX, Issue 458, 24 February 1914, Page 5).  MOLLOY, Thomas Henry (I404)
 
37 1914 Wallace County Council. ? Chas. Molloy, Gummies Bush, asked for renewal of lease for fourteen years, over section 58, block 4, I.R.H. - Tenders to be called for the lease of the section (Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume X, Issue 487, 22 September 1914, Page 4).  MOLLOY, Charles (I401)
 
38 1914 Wallace County Council. ? P. Molloy, Gummies Bush, asked permission to remove a building from Wild Bush to his farm. Left to engineer to see that the usual conditions are complied with (Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume IX, Issue 462, 24 March 1914, Page 5). This may have been Peter rather than Patrick
 
MOLLOY, Patrick Albert (I414)
 
39 1915 C. Molloy, Gummie?s Bush, applied for a continuance of lease of section at present held by him, offering  MOLLOY, Charles (I401)
 
40 1915 Clearing Sale at Fairfax. ? 1 heifer C. Molloy, Gummies Bush, at  MOLLOY, Charles (I401)
 
41 1923 Nightcaps Notes. ? It is with deep sorrow we record the deaths of Mrs Ernest Meyer and Miss Winnie Catherine Molloy, second and fifth daughters of Mr and Mrs Thos. Molloy, of Wairio. The sorrowing family have the heartfelt sympathy of a wide circle of friends and acquaintances in the distressing double bereavement (Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume XVIX, Issue 939, 24 July 1923, Page 3).  MOLLOY, Margaret Mima (I408)
 
42 1923 Nightcaps Notes. ? It is with deep sorrow we record the deaths of Mrs Ernest Meyer and Miss Winnie Catherine Molloy, second and fifth daughters of Mr and Mrs Thos. Molloy, of Wairio. The sorrowing family have the heartfelt sympathy of a wide circle of friends and acquaintances in the distressing double bereavement (Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume XVIX, Issue 939, 24 July 1923, Page 3).  MOLLOY, Winifred Catherine (I410)
 
43 1923 Nightcaps Notes. ? It is with deep sorrow we record the deaths of Mrs Ernest Meyer and Miss Winnie Catherine Molloy, second and fifth daughters of Mr and Mrs Thos. Molloy, of Wairio. The sorrowing family have the heartfelt sympathy of a wide circle of friends and acquaintances in the distressing double bereavement (Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume XVIX, Issue 939, 24 July 1923, Page 3).  MOLLOY, Thomas Henry (I404)
 
44 1923 Nightcaps Notes. ? It is with deep sorrow we record the deaths of Mrs Ernest Meyer and Miss Winnie Catherine Molloy, second and fifth daughters of Mr and Mrs Thos. Molloy, of Wairio. The sorrowing family have the heartfelt sympathy of a wide circle of friends and acquaintances in the distressing double bereavement (Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume XVIX, Issue 939, 24 July 1923, Page 3).  EVELEIGH, Rhoda (I405)
 
45 1957 Her will and probates are held in the Dunedin office of New Zealand Archives - Molloy Isabella Fleming - Gummies Bush - Widow (R22087131).  JOHNSTON, Isabella Fleming (I402)
 
46 55 New Survey Block II BELL, Catherine McMaster (I2715)
 
47 9 Block I GALBRAITH, Jane (I2736)
 
48 A George Thomas Peter Race has been a director of Twizel Holiday Park Limited since 11 Nov 2003 (https://opencorporates.com/companies/nz/1444579).  RACE, George Thomas Peter (I76)
 
49 A meeting of the Country School Teachers was held at the Technical School, Invercargill, on Friday ? The following office bearers were elected President, Mr H. McFeely (Tuatapere) ? (Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume IX, Issue 425, 1 July 1913, Page 4).
 
MCFEELY, Hugh (I2090)
 
50 Accident, NZBDM Record: 1988/33717 HARMAN, Eva Gwen (I2479)
 

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