Both Private and public, in no particular order - just added as I find them,
1890 Pupils:- GRICE x 2; CUNNINGHAM x 7; BENSEMANN x3 ; DAVIES; x4; PHYN x 2; NORTHCOTT x 3; FITTON x 3; FREDERICKS x 3; PUSSELL x3; RUTHERFORD x 3; BAER x2;
1890: EDDIE, CROAD, SINCLAIR, BANFIELD, BARNETT, HEARD, PREBENSEN
1891: HOLDAWAY, BROWN, KAYSER, MURPHY, ,CLEOD, COOPER, REED, KIPPENBURGER.
1892: BARNETT, JOLLY, MCLEOD, HOLSTED, HEARD, CROAD.
1893; FOSTER, BROWN, HOLSTED, ROBINSON, SINCLAIR, HARRIS, MARRIOT, MORRISON, STAVELEY, SINCLAIR, JOLLY, KIPPENBERGER, EDDIE, REED, COOPER SAYWELL.
1894; MCDAVITT; MCCARDLE, SHUTE, MILLER, O'NEILL, BARNETT, SAYWELL, HIRST, BANFIELD, FOSTER, MARRIOT.
1895; THOMPSON, MCDAVITT, COOPER, SHUTE, WATKINS MORRIS, EDDIE, HARPER, LANG MARRIOT, HYDE, KIPPENBERGER, MCONIE, MILLER, JOWERS
Pupils 1891: Francis & george COKER; Wm FOWLER; Ada & Edith HARVEY; Cyril, Elsie, Hugh & Noel GOLDSBURY; Walter HILLS; Newton E & Walter G KIFFORD; Rose MAIR; Agnes, Phoebe, & Victor MORINE; Christina, Fred 7 Paul NISSEN; Ethel, Hilda & Oscar ROWLING; Alice M SHEPHERD;Arthur & Eric THESSMAN; Agnes, Edwin, Elizabeth, Harold, Percy & Rose THOMAS; Pupils 1899; May BASSETT; Herbert GEUSCHKAT; Mildred HILLS; Arthur JEFFERIES; Donald MATHESON; Gilbert MORINE; Stanley SUISTED; Allan WILSON;
BELL Alfred, Lily, Ernest, Hilda ;MATHESON Peter, Dugald, Roderick, William. Mary;
RYMAN William, Charles, Thomas, Clara.; BURMEISTER Max, Elise, Botilla, Emelia, Johannes;
GLADSTONE Hannah, Annie, Mabel ;HURLEY Michael, Maggie, Annie, Mary;
DAVEY, Ambrose, Susan, George, Jane ;SHEERIN, Miriam, Thomas;
VOSS, Christian, Jacobina ;KEARINS, Julia;
Kindergarten School approx 1914:
children;- D. & N. HITCHINGS; L. & E. HUGHES; H. MURRAY; J. & M. MACKENZIE; J. BLENKHORN; F. PYKE; L. SILK;
pupils included EISLING, NESS, RANBY, WINSTONE, SOWRY, MCLEOD, ROWSE, ALEXANDER, EBBETT, GARLICK, DYER, GARDNER, WALSH, GROVES, TAIT, SARGENT, ROSS, MACDONALD, CORKILL, BAILEY;
Pupils include; 1886, LANG, WOODLEY, SHUTE, EDDIE, MCCARDLE, HARPUR, QUINLIN,MICHOLSON, ,ICKLESON, CUMBER, LOGAN;
1897; KIPPENBERGER, SINCLAIR, KNIGHT, EDDIE, SHUTE;
1898; TWISELTON, MCLEOD, MORRIS, MCHARLICK, JUDD, WOODLEY.
1899; HALL BARNETT, EDELSTON, GARLICK, HOLDAWAY,
1900; WOODLEY, SMITH, MATHEWS.
THSON, & HICKS.
1887; McDOUGALL, Effie, Ellen, Septimus & William: McMASTER Hilda & Helen: Croot Mary, Eliza & Louisa: PIRIPI Anehe: RUIHA Margaret; WHITE Catherine, Alice & James; HARVEY Helen & James; FROST William; HEMI Taka & George; IHAKA Taka; KAHU Te Whana; SORRENSON James;
1890; BESWARICK Joseph, Emma, Ada & Walter: HEHE Rongo; WOOD Fred; RETENI Rongo; O'CALLAGHAN Nellie; JOHNSON Dick: KINSEY Thomas; IRAHIA Kake: IHAKA Iho;
1892: MCMASTER Drummond: ANDREWS Bella: HARVEY Jessie: ISSAC Mary; REPPA Annie:
1893; DARLING Fanny; TE WHAITI Henry & Joseph : McKENZIE Annie; HARVEY Margaret: O'CALLAGHAN Kate; PIRIPI Emily: WHITE Maude:
1894: BARTON Rose: BROWN Jack; FREEMAN Frank: MCKENZIE Hughey: MCPHEE Duncan: RETENI Jack: ABRAHAM Emma: KINSEY Lizzie:
1895: MCMASTER Earl & Henry; WHITE Ada; THOMPSON Edward; BARTON Lydia:
1900; RATAMA Annie; THOMPSON Lucy;
On 28th March 1881, eleven pupils from Campbelltown arrived for their first
school day in their fine new building. It is not difficult to immagine their freshly scrubbed faces, brightly polished boots tucked under their arms ready to be donned after trudging down the rough track, and their minds full of expectation of one kind or another. The pioneering eleven were;
HUNT, Warrren, 14 HUNT, Martin, 12 TUCKER, Levi, 11 BROWNING David, 10 HUNT, Kate, 10,
BULL, Albert Edward 9 HUNT, George, 6 STAFF, Henry 5 RANSOM, Ethelbert, nearly 5
BROWNING, James, 4 and a half
The BROWNING family had obviously taken Mr REIDs speech to heart
and even sent their underage son to boost the numbers. He was withfrawn
twomonths later until he reached his fifth birthday. On the folowing three
days, 13 more children were enrolled from the Douglas Block, two more from Campbelltown. The extreme difficulties to be overcome getting over the track were too much for three of the children. They did not return after the first day.
NOTE: The law stated that No children could be compelled to attend school
who lived more than 2 miles away by the nearest road.
Pupils in the 1880-90's include; ADSETT, BAILEY BAXTER, BINGHAM, BISHOP, CAMERON, CAMPBELL, CHRISTIANSEN, DALLINSON, DICKLE, DURIE, BOURNE, EVANS, ETHERINGTON, CORKERY, CAMPION, COWAN, CURTIS, MEXTED, MAHON, MAXWELL, MCLEOD, MCDONALD, MCKEAQUE, JENSEN HUMPHRIES, HODGE, HASSE, HENDERSON, GOLDFINCH, GILCHRIST, FOWLER, GEORGE, GRANT, GOSLING, HITCHMAN, HUGHES, JOHANSEN, MILLAN, MINIFIE, MORELL, MORPHY, MUNROE, NIX, OLSEN, READE, RIKE, ROSOMAN, ROSOMOND, RUFF, PRENDERGAST, POWELL, POAD, PITCHER, PENHIRA, PAWSON, PARKES, YOUNG, YARELL, SANSON, SEXTON, SIMEON, SLIPPER, SOPP, STIMPSON, SUTHERLAND, WELSH, WHISKER, WILDBORE, WILSON, WRAT.
School May 1893
PRICHARD x 2, MCBRIDE x 4, LIGGINS x 4, JUDD x 3, THOMPSON x 4, WILTON x 1, BOYD x 1.
Whakarongo (Stoney Creek)
**Foundation Pupils in 1877**
ANDERSON Johan & Frederick CHRISTIANSEN Albert & Dagne
CAVANAGH Patrick & John ERSTROM Charles & Ana
GERKE Frederick & Ernestina HENDERSON John
McKENZIE Kenneth, Agnes, Jennet, Catherine, Thomas
BERG Avilda BLIXT Ellen GORE Mary, Emily, Louisa
MILSEN Katherine THOMSEN Helen
First Day Pupils; George, Alfred, Andrew, Elizabeth & Clarissa HART; Charles & Frank MABBETT; Edgar, Victoria, Ellen & Eliza RYAN; Herbert DAVIS; John McLEAN; John COCHRANE; Ellen & Sophia McMULLIEN;
Anything to add??