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2801 Reg 40464, Div Sigs, WWII. 2ND NZEF SGT N.Z. ARMY - NZ Army Postal Corps VALENTINE, James (I3193)
2802 Relatives in Elmira received the news this week of the death at Doon on Tuesday evening of Nelson Wilfong who passed away suddenly at seven o'clock. Mr. Wilfong, who was the for over half a century an employee of the Doon Twines of Kitchener, is the father of Mrs. A. Bricker of Elmira and brother of Mr. Menno Wilfong of this town. He was born at Doon where he always resided. Besides his wife four sons and six daughters survive: Dr. James Wilfong of Philadelphia, Herbert of Kitchener, Gilbert and Reginald of Doon, the Misses Ethel, Marguerite and Doris Wilfong, all of Doon, Mrs. A. Bricker of Elmira, Mrs. W. Spaetzel, Kitchener and Mrs. George Ayres of Doon. The funeral will be held at Doon on Friday afternoon. WILFONG, Nelson (I2002)
2803 Residence 1855: Murragh, Rahan, County Offaly, Ireland. MOLLOY, James (I395)
2804 Residence: 1859, Athgarvan, Carragh, Kildare, Ireland,  MOLLOY, Hugh (I394)
2805 Resident on Ohai district for 33 years. Constructed the railway connecting the Ohai mines with the Government line at Wairio. Then employed in the coal-mining industry working in the Mossbank and Wairaki mines. Source - Southland Times, 30 July 1958. MOLLOY, Hugh (I1461)
2806 Returned serviceman and Prisoner of War in the Steel Mines in Germany MOLLOY, John James (I2138)
2807 Returned Servicemen Are, Block 06D, Plot 42 SOWMAN, Ian Jeffrey (I2492)
2808 Returned Servicemen Area, Block 06D, Plot 042 HARMAN, Aileen Fay (I2489)
2809 Richard BOWYER was born January 26, 1839 in Nelson Township, Quebec, Canada, the son of Thomas BOWYER and Susannah (BANNISTER) BOWYER.

He married first an unknown woman and had a daughter named Jemima Elizabeth BOWYER, born July 6, 1868 in Gorrie, Ontario, Canada. (Jemima married George W. COOPER on December 19, 1884 on Drummond Island; she died March 15, 1935 at Long Lake, Florence Co., Wisconsin.)

Richard BOWYER then married Susanna FOREMAN on April 9, 1872 in Teeswater, Culross Township, Bruce County, Ontario, Canada. They had three children: Sarah Jane (born September 20, 1874 in Howick Township, Huron County, Ontario, Canada; married John GATES (1865-1938) on Drummond Island December 8, 1894; died 1950; buried with her husband in Riverview Cemetery, DeTour, Michigan); Emily; and George. The family seemed to have moved from Canada to Drummond Island by the 1880s.

Richard BOWYER died, age 51 years, on February 12, 1890 in Chippewa County, Michigan. 
BOWYER, Richard (I389)
2810 Robert Henderson's brother Alexander Gordon Henderson married Mima Everlyn sister Catherine May HENDERSON, Robert Andrew (I2147)
2811 Robert was declared bankrupt in 1997 (MacBeath, Robert William -
Invercargill - Driver {R10080197}. Dunedin office of New Zealand Archives).  
MACBEATH, Robert William (I2663)
2812 ROMAN CATHOLIC DIVISION D Row 3, Plot 68  ROE, Frances Mary (I83)
2813 Rose's aunt, Rhoda Emily Eveleigh, had previously married Joseph's uncle Thomas Henry Molloy (vide infra). Rose died the year of her marriage on 4 September aged 22, and was buried in the Eastern Cemetery, Invercargill, block 9, plot 131.
EVELEIGH, Rose Lily (I2115)
2814 Row 11 MEADS, John (I3015)
2815 Row 13 RIKIHANA, Aniharea (I3023)
2816 Row 13, Plot 32 ROE, Richard (I619)
2817 Row 3 Plot 7 Cem NC2 TUNNICLIFF, Dianne Claire (I1905)
2818 Row 3 Plot 9 Cem NC2 HUNT, Constance Alice (I1899)
2819 Row 3 Plot 9 Cem NC2 TUNNICLIFF, Henry Leonard (I1895)
2820 Row 4 Plot 4 Cem NC2 BAIGENT, Sylvia Pheobe (I1904)
2821 Row 4 Plot 4 Cem NC2 TUNNICLIFF, Lewis Allan (I1903)
2822 Row 5 ROACH, Isabella Ellen (I3024)
2823 Row 5 Plot 6 Cem NC1 SAVAGE, Rowena Catherine (I1883)
2824 Row 5 Plot 6 Cem NC1 TUNNICLIFF, Olive Rita (I1884)
2825 Row 5 Plot 7 Cem NC1 BAIGENT, Laura Ann (I1894)
2826 Row 5 Plot 7 Cem NC1 TUNNICLIFF, Henry (I1179)
2827 Row 6 TUNNICLIFFE, Selina Mary Anna (I1175)
2828 Row 6 PEART, Alfred (I2216)
2829 Row 9 TUNNICLIFF, Caroline Lucy (I1176)
2830 Row VIII Plot 7 BISHOP, Mary Winifred (I1168)
2831 Row X, Plot 14 WHITEFIELD, Gertrude May (I1435)
2832 Sec: CH ENG2, Plot 311G BARNES, William Frederick (I2495)
2833 Sec: CH ENG2, Plot 311G JOHNSON, Ellen (I2496)
2834 Section 4, Row 4 BIRCH, Frances Margaret Cora (I3075)
2835 SECTION CBI ROW 5 SITE 921  BOWYER, James Marston Jr (I1287)
2836 Section D, Block 4, Rows 11 & 12, Plot 695 WILLIAMS, William Frederick John (I3034)
2837 Section D, Block 4, Rows 11 & 12, Plot 696 HARMAN, Sarah (I2461)
2838 Section Garden of the Last Supper, Lot 142 D Grave 1 PERRY, Philip Charles (I4187)
2839 Section Garden of the Last Supper, Lot 142 D Grave 2 POIRIER, Mary Zelie Ann (I4188)
2840 Section/Area Unknown, Block 09A, Plot 064 MURCOTT, Gwendoline Myrtle (I2476)
2841 Section: Church of England, Plot 541 X BREWER, Annie Orthelia (I498)
2842 Section: Church of England, Plot: 541 X TUNNICLIFF, Charles Philip (I497)
2843 Section: Lawn, Block: 1, Row: 7, Plot: 22 WIN, Norah Winifred (I2189)
2844 Seddon Park Funeral Home Ltd ROE, James Thomas (I41)
2845 Sep 1916: Mary and James Boniface living at Burnside, Green Island, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand. James is a Railway Employee. They have 3 children - source NZ WW1 Service Personnel and Reserves Index.
BONIFACE, James Lewis (I2650)
2846 Services Area Block E Plot 101 THATCHER, Mervyn Harman (I2444)
2847 Son-in-law, Q.W Gray collected his ashes in 1993.
PETERSON, James Thomas Giffen (I2127)
2848 Southland Education Board. Friday, September 6. The monthly meeting, The following appointments have been made: Orepuki, Hugh McFeely, temporary second assistant (Mataura Ensign , 7 September 1907, Page 3).
MCFEELY, Hugh (I2090)
2849 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1300
2850 Steeplechase Fatality. Winton Jockey Killed. (By Telegraph - Press Association). Dunedin,
Thursday. At the racecourse this afternoon, while the Wingatui Steeplechase was being run, Isla Bank, belonging to Morgan brothers, fell very heavily at a brush fence after going about seven furlongs, and came down on its rider, T. W. O'Connell. The horse had to be lifted off O'Connell, who was immediately picked up by the ambulance. The unfortunate jockey, on being examined by Dr. Fergus, was found to be dead, his skull being fractured. Deceased was a married man with four children. His home was at Winton. He was in the employ of A. Gerrard (Auckland Star, Volume LV, Issue 132, 6 June 1924, Page 6).
Fund For Jockey's Widow. (By Telegraph.Press Association.) Dunedin, this day. The fund raised for the widow and family of the jockey O'Connell, killed at Wingatui.  
O'CONNELL, Thomas William (I232)

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