named after the ship 'Adelaide' (arr.1840)residents in 1866 were Mrs F BRADEY;
Messrs McELROY: G LAWRENCE: J A HAZELDEAN.
Patrick WICKHAM; Henry WALTERS, labourer; John S HARRIS; Charles F WORTH; Thomas BRATTLE, plumber; James SHANNON; James BROOKER, labourer; George BLANDFORD; Charles WARMAN; Joseph McINTYRE; James BLANDFORD;
William ANDREWS, cabinetmaker; Matthew BOYD; John CALLAGHAN, wood and coal dir; John ARCUS; John MERRY, shoemaker; John NENO; John HOSKINS; Mrs PYE;
Charles Albert WATSON; Mrs HART; Peter THOMPSON, labourer; Benjamin CLIFTON; Frederick ARNOLD, carpenter; Peter HODGE; Robert V SMITH; Thomas WILLIAMS; Frederick H CARRICK, mariner; Joseph BIRKETT, labourer; William MUNRO; Daniel MURPHY, nightwatchman; Mrs McLAUGHLAN; Mrs BROWN; John GREGORY, labourer; Henry BRENTON, plasterer;
Alpha Street - 1885
William COOK, sailmaker; Alexander JAMES; Mrs SHEARER, a laundress; Robert SCOTT a setter; Henry KEELEY; Francis LEUOURY, contractor; William HOOK; Edward WEGHT a printer; James KELLOW, clerk; John NIXON carpenter; William BECK, tailor; Thomas DONOVAN; Henry BENNETT; George E PRINCE; Frederick THIRKELL; Joseph JERVIS a carpenter; Mrs CHOTE, laundress; Johnathon BURTON plasterer; John FIRTH carpenter; Edward MILLIGAN; Robert WALLACE patternmaker;
CAMPBELL, Thomas; SIMMONDS, Mrs, Laundress; HAWKER, Samuel
NORTON, John, Mrs, Setler; HARDCASTLE, William; HART, Edward, bricklayer MILHUNT Louis, fisherman; JOHNSTON, John James MUIR John; PERRY James, labourer; ORR, Mrs Andrew; MITCHELL, James, settler ; FURNESS Robert, labourer; FURNESS James, carter; JOHNSTON Thomas, labourer; WOODS Henry; TILLER William; WOODWARD Thomas, carter; LIBLINE, Charles, Labourer.
Charles H SNOW, civil servant; Richard B GORE, secretary, museum; Edward William MILLS, merchant; Edward TOOMATH, settler;
1885 - Bolton St
WHITTAKER Bernard; BROWN, Charles T, Detective; COWIE Peter, clerk
GUMBLEY Arthur, clerk; WEST Rev, William H (Congregational); CARR Thomas(sexton); Cemetary (C of E); PRENDERGAST Sir J, chief justice; TAYLOR William H, gardener; POWLES Charles P, accountant; BARBOR Harry H, clerk; GARDINER William A, accountant.; ROBERTSON J H Physician
TURNBULL A inspector, P.W.O.; CARTER; EVANS Robert; ANDERSON John, storeman; THOMAS George; THORPE Rev RJ (Church of E); KANE Mrs, settler
WALLACE Jas, sec, Manawatu Ry.; DALEY, Joseph; SMITH Mrs , nurse;
WILSON James, labourer.
1885:-EAMES Joseph; COLLINS John; SULLIVAN William; George SHORT, labourer; John REID; Joseph William BALLINGER; George CASTLES; Edward HILTON;
David M LUCKIE, commissioner of Annuities; Ministerial residence of Hon Maj ATKINSON the Colonial Treasurer; Jacob FRANKEL, pawnbroker; J ANDERSON police sergeant; Daniel ARCHIBALD; Miss BIRMINGHAM:
Street - 1885
Elijah WILTON farmer; Nun WILTON, gardener; Michael GREEN;
Levi PEARCE; James BAIRD; Joseph SAY; George FRANCE, cabinetmaker; James GIBSON;
Herbert SHAW; Alfred SMITH, tailor; Edward GRANT; Ebenezer EAST; Leonard PERRANT; John DUFF;
Brooklyn - 1912
Richd EVANS salesman; Edwd L GARNER labourer; Wm WESTON (Jones & Co); Thos H PORTER salesman; Jas Edwin HODSON corp empl; John Albt WIREN wheelwrt; Jas CLARK grcrs asst; Waltr NASH dir Jones & Ashdown Ltd; Thos P CUMMINGs telgphst; Herbert DUNCALF labourer; Ern SCOBIE salesman; Geo Thos KELLAWAY labr; Wm CAMPBELL hrb bd empl; Wm BUTLER butcher; Arth COWARD clerk;
William & Joseph JAMIESON, grocers; Joseph HYDE, drill instructor; John WILLIAMS; William D BUTTLE; Mrs CHEESEMAN; Gregory RUSSELL builder; Frederick DORIZAC, printer; Thomas BOSHER, gardener; HF BOVIS, painter; Te Ara(o) School for Girls;
Burwah Street -
Fredk BADLEY, comm trav; Robt RICHMOND, draper; Wm EARNSHAW, engineer; Jno PEEK, labourer; Chas ARCHER, stevedor; Arth DARTNALL, compositor; Jeremiah DUNBAR, carpenter;
ANDERSON Mrs A; DENNIS Lawrence, joiner;
Bernard DE VERE, tailor; William WITHERS; James WALDEN storemen; George LESLIE; Mrs BEYER; Alfred TOINTON; Arthur HOSKINS; Giovanni Bastista CALCUIDI, carpenter; William ENISS; William BROWN; Joseph SMITH; Eugene MOUSSON, carpenter; William DUFF, carpenter; William S OUTTRIM; Henrick TAMM; Seuge BROOKS; Arthur GUISE;
Cable Street 1912
ODLINS Timber & Hardware Co; ODLIN & Co, builders & joiners; STEFFENS Hy, fireman; WHITZEL Geo Hy, bookbinder; NOYE Robt, labourer;
Jas ROBINSON, ironmoulder; Mrs Ann Holmes; Robt SMITH, labourer; Alex Williamson TYSON, strm; Wm Henry CONSTABLE, painter; Miss Mary PATERSON; Geo LACKLAND jnr, labr; Louis REA, coach painter; Patk BOYLE, labourer; Mrs Annie JOHNSON; Chas Edwd CUTTS, engineer; Michl BROSNAN, storeman; Thos COSTELLO, dealer;
Karori - 1912
Percy SHOTTER driver; Albt J DYER driver; Thos W LEWER: Rev Jas R CLARK (Meth): Mrs Caroline BROOKER; Chas J FROST: Thos CAMPBELL(jp); Robt ATKIN gardener; Wm SMITH (B Smith& Co) Miss Louisa C READING; Alfd Jos HENDERSON butcher; Michl KENNEDY labourer; Fdk KILMISTER farmer; Allan LEWER builder; Miss Anna DONALD; Miss Margaret DONALD;
Newtown Park; 1912
Carlo ANTICO, settler; Mrs BEAVER; Mrs Eliz HENDERSON; Mrs Helen STAVELEY; Jos MOORE, driver; Francis BEERE, cabt maker;
Edward Duncan ALEXANDER, HB empl; Jno Danl COUSINS capenter; Thos BREEDON bricklayer; Arth PERKIN tram conductor ; Mrs Lucy BEAUMONT; Edward CREED chairmaker; Leonard G CHISHOLM clerk; Henry Alfre d SMITH electrician; George Canterbury TIBBS motorman; Chas REDDING blksmth;
Rd - Roseneath 1912
Jas DUNCAN asst Dir Ag Dept; Alex LOW settler;
Street, Karori 1912
Frank Edgar GREENISH, draughtsman; Mrs Margaret GREENISH; Frobel High School;
Church Street 1912
WARDELL Hy, (W Bros & Co); Capt Hy JOHNSON, harbr mastr; WL THOMPSON builder; Mrs Mary GREAVES; Thos Fredk PALMER driver; Geo ROTHERAM club steward; Jen Peter CHRISTENSEN, cook; Walter Thos CHRISTENSEN cprsmth; Peter Hy CHRISTENSEN, hrdrsr;
Victoria Bowling Clob, Harold OGDEN, custodian; Stuart RICHARDSON city eng; Arth HOGGARD, clerk; Alex VEITCH (V & Allan); Fdk Geo CRAY, asst gen mngr Royal Exch Assr Co; Wm S SHORT, asst under sec pub works;
COLE Mrs Annie; DAVIES Jas, printer; Mrs Annie GORDON; Wm Hy TUCKER, labourer; Mark LEATHWICK butcher; Diamond Confecty Ltd office( CH JONES);
Street - 1885
John WISE, clerk; James Robert CORNISH mesenger; Susan GASKIN; Pietro POLESI; William COCK; John ANDERSON;
Jno BEVERIDGE labourer; George STUART; Mrs BRETT; William Henry DOBSON; Samuel LANE blacksmith;
Extended in 1841 from the waterfront behind Manners St to Ingestre (Now Vivian) St. In 1945 a worthy citizen plodded thru fern & ti-trees to Te Aro flat looking for a surveryors peg which had been driven in at the corner of Cuba & Dixon. Upon this spot a small house & shop was erected in which a very successful drapery business was carried on by 2 ladies names SMITH. Later Mr J SMITH (No relation) bought thebusiness which became long and favourably known as Te Aro House.There was only one house in Cuba St in 1850. In 1857 a 5 roomed house and garden was offered for sale by Mr W.H. ROTERMUND. The garden was stocked withfruit trees, a well of water & outhouse. in 1863, anarea known as Market Reserve, offered stalls whence country settlers might dispose of their produce but practicallyno effort was made to use these facilities. Later one end was converted to a morgue, and a hotel built. this was the first Royal Oak, destroyed by fire in 1879:
Some Cuba St names:- T.WHTEHOUSE (arr1841); E CAMPBELL: W HAYBITTLE: COLQUHOUN: NICHOLSON: C WARD: Mrs LAWRIE: BREWER & KNIGGE:HANNAHs Buildings now occupy these sites (late 20's); WP BARBER: J RENALL: G LONDON: The bridge over the stream coming from Polhill (Aro St) Gully & was known as LONDON bridge. EH CREASE afterwards known as KIRKALDIEand STAINS branch establishment then later THOMPSON & BENNETT: Mrs WRIGLEY: J TOLLEY and J HURLEY: Then came the White Swan (CHURCHILLs): R MARTIN & R MILLERs establishments, Edward GODBERs garden ajoined. JH HORNER; AP STUART: Leiut. WILLIS (later by Major PAULs daughter founded the Paulina Home, the site of the Salvation Army hostel, or Peoples Palace.) Higher up was Mr BILLMANs residence, W TONKS(snr), John GELL & W BENNETT.TONKS brickyard was at the top of the street and LOVELOCKS house ajoined it.: LYNCH; E BANNISTER: JW CHISHOLMand W ASHBRIDGE: B SMITH: Mrs MILLS: WH MEEK: W NICHOLSON: MITCHELL and GANDY (W SCOTT in 1870)and HF LOGAN up to 1884: Mr E MILLER, banker lived in a house next to the VEITCH and ALLAN corner. J DIXONs brewery. The Galatea Hotel (1868): E WILTON: Mrs MARIOTT: Miss HARRIS, later YOUMANNs building (1922): J LETT, Gordon BAILLIE bookseller; DIXONs cordial factory, W GRIGG barrack sargent, Dr FRANCE; D KINNIBURGH (arr Geo Fife), Te Aro House, Miss TAYLOR and Misses SMITH (1845) and Jas SMITH (1868): The Nags Head Inn, an old fashioned hostelry. Mr J LOWRY was the landlord. This was destroyed by fire in 1879 and the Alhambra Hotel built. A cottage on the corner of Cuba & Manners was occupied by Capt MUNDLE.
Alfred OLIVER; W SCOONS; Henry KIDMAN; John REECE; Geo Thomas RICHARDSON, tailor; Robert PAGE; George SMITH; Thomas DOWLING labourer; JA SORWALL; William STEPHENS, engineer; George ROBINSON; William GOTT; John ADAIR:
Ebor Sreet -
William REES; James FAGG; John GOODWIN carter; John COOMBS; Abraham BIRD storeman; Mrs Janet DALGETY; Louis FERLLANI; Thomas STEWART; Patrick C LEE;
Henry A DUNCAN, clerk; James SHORE; Jerry FERN labourer; Walter HARE bookbinder; William FISHER storeperson; John James RYAN carpenter; William FRANKLYN bookbinder; Michael FLYNN messenger; William A DURNETT clerk; James GORE; Joseph JAMES
Eva Street -
CRABTREE, William and Son, engineers;
Evans Bay Road
John PATTERSON, manager Patent Slip; Robert FLINT; Mrs HART settler; Zachariah NIMMO dairyman; Samuel WILLIAMS; Thomas HOWARTH:
Evelyn Place -
Matthew DOICK; William C SMITH; John McKIRDY; George RICHARDS; John TOWERS: Charles CUNNINGHAM; John Leonard KRAFT;
Peter WARNE expressman; Stephen WARNE expressman; Charles RICHARDS expressman; Joshua BEARD; Frederick BEARD; William HOPPY; John LATHAM; James FERRINGTON;
MILLS EW & CABLE Wm, ironmongers; EDMONDSON, WARMINGTON & Co (John A Edmondson, R F.; Warmington, Thos B JOBSON & James T SIGGINS) importers BISHOP Wm jun, commission agent; BISHOP John C, importer; BRANDON & Son (Alfred DE BATH BRANDON & Alfred DE BATH BRANDON jun, solicitors.; BETHUNE & Co (JH) merchants & auctioneers; OSHEA James, commission agent; United Press Assn Ltd, George HUMPHRIES, manager; QUICK, Wm Hy., barrister & solicitor; TRAVERS, Wm, Thos LOCKE, solicitor; Union Steamship Co.,,F WHEELER, agent; YOUNG Thomas, W. merchant; Railway Station; MILLS EW & Co's implement yards; TURNBULLS W & G & Co's stores; DAWSON & Co, stores; MURRAY Roberst & Co,station agents; Evening Press Office, WF ROYDHOUSE & Co; DE COURCEY & HATHAWAY, herbalists
City Council Offices, Thos MARTIN, town clerk; DAWSON & Co (Wm), ironmongers GARDNER, Rt & Co, ironmongers
KNOWLES, Walter; FRIEND Miss, settler; WHARTON CH, accountant
DEAN Rev William J. (P.Meth); RAYNER Mrs; KINGDON Charles
FRANKLAND FW, civil service; VERCOE John; ORR Thomas, carpenter
LEWIS, William H, Teacher; WILLIAMSON David, clerk
EVANS Miss, settler; RICHMOND CW, judge; BUSHELL CH; CALCOTT Mrs.
GIBBS Charles, lithographer; PATRICK Alfred, platelayer; BANKS Richard, gardener; RUSHBROOK Charles T. draughtsman; CLARKE E Fuhrman, civil engineer; JOHNSON William; PIPER F; BLACKLOCK Mrs James.
(sometimes referred to as John St North)
Thorndon, off Aiken & Wingfield Sts.
1866 residents were;-
RS BARKER; J DIDSBURY; B FRANKLIN; B GEORGE; J GIBSON;
THOMPSON Frederick George; TURNBULL Thomas, architect; DUNNIE Francis; CROWE Mrs; TRAINER Charles; JACKA Stephen, builder; KNOWLES Mrs. settler; CLAPHAM Mrs Thomas H, settler; PELHAM Thomas, labourer; BROMWITCH Frederick; BEAN John Phillip, settler; DORSET Mrs settler; FLUX Edward T, boilermaker; BEALE William, currier; WILLINGHAM Peter; WEBB John; WITHERS, William, clerk.
, Thorndon; is off Hill St. 1863-66 residents;-
Messrs W ALLEN; J ELLIOT; Mrs CARMONT;
Mr SPIERS; J H NORTHWOOD;
Te Aro, off Webb & Hankey Sts is named after E B HOPPER Esq. head of the
firm HOPPER, PETRE and MOLESWORTH. 1863 & 1866 residents include:-
Mrs F RUSH; Messrs F SIDEY; R S CHEESMAN: ANDERSON; J STODDARD; J PORTER: H PILCHER; and E GODBER. Mrs WILKINSON's school was in operation in 1872.
ESTALL Charles; YOUNG John; DAY Charles, bricklayer
HILL Walter; WEBB John, gardener; THOMAS Frederick; ASTON Josiah; Joseph McCARTY John; TWENTYMAN Wilson; HEWITT William
TRAVERS KF tally clerk; PERRIN L, cabinetmaker; ANDERSON David, settler
Street, Te Aro
Off Manners & Dixon Streets is named after Sir Wm Fitzherbert, who owned the land and subdivided it. The residents in 1843 (Burgess Roll) were; R LANGDON and CH SQUIB (Town Crier). LANGDON's store and Hansard's place were damaged by the earthquake of 1848. In 1852 Mr Joe BISHOP's name appears as resident. A little later Mr TW PILCHER of Customhouse Wharf advertised for lease('Independant' 23 Apr 1858) "That desirable warehouse situated in Herbert St, lately occupied by the Provincial Government as an emmigration depot."
Residents in 1863 were: Messrs. J GILLARD; T WILLIAMS; W JACKSON; W SPINKS at corner; WW TAYLOR, W GREENFIELD and G PACKMAN.
Mr Waring TAYLOR's house still stands (1929)
named after Governor HOBSON.A Suspension bridge spans a deep gully that was once a dumping ground for an assortment of rubbish, butnow (1927) is densely clothed in greenery. Mr J TOMLIN, emmigration agent, appears to have
been one of the earliest residents. His name is on the Burgess roll for 1843.
Careeks map dated 1861 bears the following names;
W HICKSON: WM SMITH: C CLIFFORD: Makarita DAVIS: Arahia DAVIS: Archdeacon WILLIAMS: DE B BRANDON: Rob HART: A INGRAM-JOHNSTON: C CHIPPENDALE: WM BANNATYNE: TD McMANNAWAY and Sir C CLIFFORD.
The hospital reserves were at the corner of Pipitea and Hobson Sts and Tinakori Road, and a grant of land for a college with four buildings on it, at Molesworth St corner and Hobson St.Records for the years 1865-66 shows Messrs TC WILLIAMS and J FUTTER.
ANDREWS, shoemaker; G BAKER, firewood dealer; N BENGE, gardener; GT BELL founder; JD BENGE, labourer; Joseph BOWLER; JD CALWAY storeman; COSGROVE government messenger; D DUCK carter; FIRTH carpenter; S GAWITH; GIBSON storeman; HAWTHORNE founder; K IRONS general dealer; J LEIGHTON founder; Mrs S MASON; MARTON schoolmaster; MONK shearer; O'NEILL W milkman; J PEERS overseer; RANDALL bricklayer; CSIMMONDS bricklayer; J SMITH carpenter; E THORBY carpenter; TABOR clerk; WAMBY shearer;
Lambton Quay 1885. Left hand side from Govt Buildings;
St George Hall, Charles LANGLEY
NATHAN JOSEPH & Co, warehouse
NZ Times Office, John CHANTREY HARRIS, Man.
MOUNTAIN T.J, agent
SAGE George & Co, sailmakers
Oxford Hotel, Michael MANAHAN
REICHARDT George, music seller
KIRKALDIE & STAINS (John KIRKALDIE & Robert
WILSON & RICHARDSON (Henry CONDY WILSON &
John RICHARDSON), drapers.
BARRAUD & Son Charles D. & William F BARRAUD)
HUXLEY James, tailor
LAERY CAMPBELL & Co (Frederick NOBLE CAMPBELL
& Robt LAERY) auctioneers &c.
HUGHES J. Engraver & printer
WARBURTON Arthur & Co, financial agents
CARROL S, commission agent
MOFFIT John L. dentist
SCOTT Wm J & Co, accountants
FOWNES George C. Sharebroker
KIRK R. chemist
Chamber Of Commerce, Samuel CARROL, sec.
SMITH & Co (Benj) estate agents
TRINGHAM Charles, architect
BARNETT Alfred Abraham, auctioneer
ALLAN Gordon, solicitor
COLEARIDGE John N, civil engineer
CHATFIELD William C, architect
Colonial Fire & Marine Insurance Co
NZ Insurance Co. R.M. SIMPSON, agent
KING RM civil engineer
Hutt County Council, W JONES, clerk
Underwriters Assn Office, W WIDDOP, sec
Wellington Trust Loan & Investment Co
HALL A & Co
SLOAN J & R, tailors
Union Bank Of Aust. W JAMIESON man.
WATERS Wm R, commission agent
FRANCE Brothers (charles E & Frderick J) sharebrokers
JONES & ASHDOWN (Edgar Jones & Frederick ASHDOWN)
REID & MEIKLEJON (andrew R. & Alexander M.)
shipping & commission agents
BOWERN J.E.C. sharebroker
BYCROFT & Co (Auc) T.F. MORLEY, man
Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Soc, C. Munro agent
AUGARDE H.J.L. Financial agent
ALLAN & FLETCHER (John A & William F) hotel brokers
Wellington Clothing Co, Charles Reid, manager
McLEAN W. & Co, land agents etc.
OLLIVER & BROWN (Frank Morton OLIVER &
Edward Balcombe BROWN) solicitors.
Bank of NZ. G. TOLLHURST, man.
right hand side from Govt Buildings;
MANKTLOW John Henry
COOPER Mrs George, Cordial Manufacturer
O'SHEA Patrick, general store
McCOLL John, Cab proprietor
Royal Hotel, John McGINTY
Govt Printing Office
DIDSBURY George, Govt printer
BURRETT R. manufacturing stationr
Government House & grounds
MACLELLAND Mrs, tobacconist
MASTERS Henry, herbalist
COOK Miss W, toyshop
COOK & Son (John), tailors
PRICE HT, hairdresser
BROWN Arthur W, grocer
STEELE J.T, draper
New Zealand Leather Manfr. Co.
WEBBE Frederick, cabinetmaker
CURTIS & Co, manufacturing c? (illegible)
MEE George, chemist & druggist
BIRREL John, imp & fancy work.
GIBBS William B photographer
MACKAY Wiliam bookseller
Criterion Hotel, James R. BROWN
Wellington Biscuit Co Ltd
Gear Meat Pres & Freezing, Walter GOALEN
McCREDIE Matthew, ironmonger
TIPPLER H. H. Grocer
WHITTAKER Bros, George Joseph & Bernard F )booksellers
BIDDLE John, watchmaker
TOWERSEY George, baker
SHARPE Samuel & Ainley, shoeing, smiths
WARCUP Henry E bootmaker
TIER Mrs confectioner
KIMBELL James L, cabinetmaker
THOMSON J.W. Painter
LEWIS E, cooper
CLARK William, draper
CASEY & McDONALD (John James Casey & Ed McDONALD)
LEVY Benjamin, fancy repositor
LEVY Mrs B, millner
Queens Hotel, William LIGHT
LIARDET, Frederick, fishmonger
PRESTON F.J, wine vaults
FRANKEL Joseph, pawnbroker
EVANS John Edward, saddler
CARR John, baker
POWNCEBY J. oyster saloon
O'SHEA Donald, tobacconist
National Hotel, H. SULLIVAN
MORIS MYER & LEVY, Abraham clothing factory.
NATHAN Walter & Co, merchants
HARCOURT & Co (John Bateman HARCOURT, Robert HARCOURT
and Charles DUNCKLEY( warehousemen & importers.
FERNANDOS Nicholas, fishmonger
SCOTT Bros, (Sydney & Manders), jewellers
LINDSAY Alfred, boot importer
Branch Hotel (Alfred LEECH)
TABOR Mrs, greengrocer
Wellington Meat Preserving & Refrigerating Co,
Wgton Meat Export Co's Office Henry WRIGHT, sec)
JAMES, William, cabinetmaker
ALDOUS Geo, hairdresser & tobacconist
PAUL, Mrs Millner
GEORGE Mrs M, confectioner
SHELLEY John & WEBB Thos, tailorss
LITTLEJOHN & Son (Wilson & Alexander Littlejohn, watch and
clock mftrs, jewellers & opticians to his excellency the Governor
makers of the chiming clock in the post office & at Queen St
HAYES John Edward, plumber
LUDWIG Christaph, jeweller
LAAING Petr, confectioner
WILSON Edward, tailor
SMART G & W, oyster saloon
GAMBLE Charles, tailor
ORR & Sons, dining room
City Buffet Hotel, D. McKINLAY ORR
GARDNER Robert & Co, wholesaale & retail ironmongers.
CARPENTER William, fruiterer
BULLOCK John, bookseller &c.
HANNAH Robt & Co. boot importers
HOLIDAY Robert & Co, stationers
WIGGINS William, saddler
REID James, tailor
WILLIAMSON G.B. & Co, sharebrokers
JONES E.F, architect
GARDNER Wm A. commission agent
HURRY Bros (Frederick A.& Augustus W.) teachers of
BOCK & COUSINS (William R. BOCK & Alfd E. COUSINS) engravers
BRAGGE James, photographer
BUCKLEY,STAFFORD & FITZHERBERT (Patrick A BUCKLEY, Edward
STAFFORD, & Henry S FITZHERBERT) solicitors.
HISLOP & Co (Alex R HISLOP & Thomas LORIMER) watch makrs
MARRIOTT James Henry, optician
HILL Charles, hatter
KOHN & Co (siegfried Kohn) jewellers
NZ Clothing Factory (branch)
CAZNEAU & CONNOLLY (Pierce M. CAZNEAU & James
B. CONNOLLY) photographerss
MILLS EW & Co ironmongers
WILLESTON C. E. W. Tobacco factory
DUTTON George W. bookseller
HASELL Arthur & Co, auctioneers
Star Hotel C. O'DRISCOLL
BISHOP George, solicitor
BAKER Brothers, commission agent
TABOR William J, hotel broker
Wellington Jockey Club E GOLDSMITH sec.
Island Bay Work Co, E GOLDSMITH, sec.
KING AE, tobacconist.
LYON & BLAIR, (John Rutherford BLAIR) booksellers
and manufacturing stationers
BULLER & GULLY, barristers
Bankof New South Wales - R.C .TENNANT manager
South British Insurance Co. Alfred BOARDMAN, agent
Wellington & Manawater Railway Co Ltd ((sp. is theirs))
Wellington Woollen Manufacturing Co Charles ST.BARBE.sec
Colonial Bank Of NZ. Arthur TODD acting Manager
Permanent Equitable Building & Investment Co.O.SCHWARTZ.sec
TOXWARD C.J. architect
GEORGESON & Co, tailors
Athenaeum. William Hamilton. lib
Young Mens Christian Assn. J. MILLAR SMITH sec
GIESLER W. Professor of painting
CLARK David, bookseller
BROWN Mrs settler
Barretts Hotel, Alfred WAKEFORD
FREEMAN Mrs Walter, confectioner
MCTAVISH TATUM & Co (A.J. MCTAVISH & Charles T. TATUM)
LANKSHEAR Wm J. bookbinder etc
HYDES D.D. haridresser
ROSS William F, fruiterer
MCDOWALL Brothers, drapers
Working Mens Club
MCDOWELL James, clothier, hosier, hatter & outfitter of
men & boys clothing
Harbour - 1840 census
Messrs. WILLIS storehouse
DURIE & Co
Mr GRACE's Academy
Messrs WATERS & SMITH's stores
Col. WAKEFIELDS house
H. ST.HILL, Esq., JP.
R. STOKES Esq
Temporary Exchange & Library
F.A. MOLESWORTH's houses
HAY & McHATTIE Store
. Dr DORSET"s
New Zealand Company Immigration Barracks.
H.S. HARRISON Esq
Path to Owhariu
South road to Porirua Valley
Belsize Point (Pipitea)
NZ Company Barque 'Cuba'
American Brig 'Emigrant'
Chilian ship 'Morley'
Chilian Brig 'Heron'
NZ Company barque 'Brougham'
ship 'Martha Ridgeway'
Town Acre No 512
Native Potato plantations;
Names after Commodore Lavaud, Captain of the French frigate L'Aube that was involved at Akaroa.
J. CREAMER; Mrs COOPER; R CRAIG; M.T. CONNELLY; J. PRINCE:
PAYNE Edwin; DOIGE John; WILSON John; HATFIELD John
GEOGHEGHAN Phillip, cabman; COTTERILL James, cabman
STRIKE & FAIRLIE (Strike, George A & Fairlie, Charles A.cordial Manufacturers) TRUEMAN Henry; BARBER Richard, butcher; GRAHAM John Joseph; GRIMSTONE Mrs Margaret; MASON Wm Frederick, blacksmith; CLARK John
STEWART, Alexander; BARLOW Squire, fruiterer; WILKINSON John; COLLINS Miss Mary; HILDRETH William, marine store; FRASER Alexander; MURRAY Alexander, clerk; WRIGHT James, carpenter; CAPLING Charles, Labourer
FEEK Edward; SANSON Joseph; CARRISON James; HARRIS William
MALLOWERS Charles, labourer; HAGUE Jacob, cabinet maker; MCGILL John
Names after the Rev Macfarlane, first Scottish minister.
Named after J MAGINITY, wine merchant;
named after Stewart MAJORIBANKS Esq, who wrote
"Travels In NZ' and was a director of the NZ Co. L HARRIS; RS LEDGER; P
MORAN; W FITZHERBERT;
J HILL; J HARRISON ; H BRACKEN ; E ROE
Mansfield Street;- 1885
Names after Judge Mansfield of NZ;
Houses the Bowling green; The Electric Tram shed, and, leads to Newtown Park (reccreational grounds), The Zoological Gardens; Chinese gardens
Charles REES-MOGG, tutor: Robert NEIDERGESAESS, engineer; Miss Augusta GODFREY; William Henry BREWER, gardener;
(Not to be confused with Martin Street.)
GALLAGHER, James, Cab proprietor; COACHMAN, Frederick; RABB, William
BEW, John CF; BASTIN, Richard; PACOE, Thomas; MORRIS, Joshua; BARBER, Charles; WALTERS, Adolph; MYERS, John H, carpenter
AANENSEN, Mrs mary; HOFFMASTER, Reynold; LAWTON, Mrs George; MCNEIL, Alexander; RENNER, Frederick, storeman; BOWATER, Mrs; KOCH, Ludwig, Labourer; GILCHRIST, Mrs Matilda; SUTHERLAND, Mrs, settler; THORNHILL, James; JANSEN, Frederick, tailor; PEPPERHILL, Louis; MARRIOT, John; DALY, Peter, painter; STAPLES, Arthur; SORRENSON George, expressman; HEMMINGSON, John; OLSON, Peter; ROBINSON, John; NEILSSON, Charles, mariner; PETERS, Henry, labourer.; PEARMAN, Thomas, carter; MYERS, Thomas; HOWE, Arthur W; CARR, Charles, labourer
off Lambton Quay and Wellington Terrace was part of Mr W F MASON's section 489. This was the site of the first smithys in the forties. The right-of-way was owned by Mr MASON until it was forfeited by the trustees not complying with
the rule regarding the periodical closing of it to the public.
Joseph GILES; William John LOBB; Thos KIRK, lecturerin nat science: Robert T HOLMES, clerk: John RADFORD; Edgar JONES, civil engineer; Mrs G COTTERILL, teacher of Music; James J CURTIS, express proprietor; William MILLHANE; John CUNNINGHAME; Adolph COOK; TW MANSFIELD; Mrs HORNER; Robert MEDLAND, printer; FM FLANAGAN, clerk; J HURLEY, millwright; John DRISCOLL; Robert KEENAN;
Named after Thomas Wilmour McKENZIE , apprentice of Samuel Revans, proprietor of the NZ Gazette.
Named after Capt Mein Smith;
Housed the State School.
Named after Miss MERCER, who married John DUTHIE; Was once officially known as 'College Passage'; Houses the city engineers office, Central fire station, Railway booking office, and Tourist bureau.
Moir Street -
James LAURENCE; Henry SUTTON; George JANES; Edward JOHNSON: David BELL: James WARD: James MCGRATH;
Moore Street -
Charles T RICHARDSON, ironmonger; Mrs Thomas NICHOLAS, settler; John HAMILTON; John ELLIS;
Geard SAMPSON, messenger; James BARRY, builder; Thomas SMITH; Miss DEVEREUX;
1863 names inc; Govt House; Old SMITHs store; W BAMPTON; RH CARPENTER; A JOHNSTON; W MOXHAM; Mrs E STYLES; E COOK; C HARTMANN; H YATES: G WEBSTER: W FREEMAN: D ANDERSON: J WILSON: J RUSSELL: Mrs PILCHER: JH CLELAND: JH COOK; C MILWARD (Police agent); Mrs S COOPER: A MANEY: W MASON: J ASTILL: S CIMINO: F JONES P BROGAN, (cordwainer); Levi BUCK: C CULL: J GREAVES; Mrs McINDOE: HS SCHULTZE: F BOLTON: Mrs WHITTAKER: W WEBSTER:
The Thistle Inn was kept by C. BROWN; 1861 H. St. Hill & S MASON (section 537) and some scattered buildings along Thorndon Beach;
1863:- S COOPER;, Thistle Inn C BROWN, Publican
W FREEMAN ; Miss COCKRAN ;A MATTHEWS ;AT THORPE; GH WILSON (mesmerist) ; Mrs MILLS; W OAKLEY ; J FRANCIS;W HUMPHRIES; FJ PAGON;R LYALL;Mrs PHELPS;J HALL;WJ HALL; T COOPER (ginger beer maker); Miss BURBRIDGE; The Bishop of Wellington
M SAUNDERS; T LOCKYER; J VAUGHAN;
The Diocesan Office Bishop SPROTTs residence is next to St Pauls
Named after mr M Murphy, police magistrate & sub sherriff; 1863 residents;
W. LYALL; G. ROE; Mrs KAY; C. STENT;
Mrs FLORANCE; P. KINGDON (solicitor);
Te Aro, off Willis and Hankey Sts. Named after Alderman Alexander NAIRN , a director of the NZ Company. This street is wrongly spelt on the early maps. Dense bush covered the area in the early days and a fine pohutakawa is growing at the present time in the valley between Nairne & Thompson Sts. Residents in 1863 were; The Rev H W SCOTT, S MOORE, W MANSELL, G SMITH, J HAYES :
Names recorded in the Almanac of 1866 were J BAMFORD,
G BILLMAN, J CORNER and W FITCHETT.
Names for 1885 were:
BLUNDELL John; DeCASTRO, Charles Daniel; CRAWFORD Mrs; BRUCE, James, Labourer; FOLLIS, John Thomas; JOUNUX William; SEE Chung, gardener; COLLIER, John; HALL, Mrs McINTYRE, Malcolm; MANSI Rudolph; WALTERS Stanley; (?)ADDER, James Henry, clerk FITCHETT, William HOOD, George P, painter; HILL, George, brickmaker; VAN DADELSZON EJ; MARSHALL, John Taylor FRECKHOFFER, Carl, clerk; WALLIS, William, settler; ELLIOT William GRANT. William N, clerk; HAYES, James, messenger
Ohiro Road -
John FITCHETT coachbuilder; Thomas RICHARDS; John UPTON; James MATHISON; James GEORGE; Job WATTS; Alexander CONNELL; William OSBORNE; Albert WIREN;
Customhouse St (Later, Bond St)
Was the beach frontage; 1863 business houses listed were; H. MEECH, shipwight; J. DRANSFIELD, merchant; T.W. PILCHER ship agent; I.C.R.M. Co office; G.S. O'HALLORAN merchant; J.F. WILLS, lighterman; C SEAGER, engineer; E. Thirkell, shipwright; DUNCAN & VENNELL auctioneers; STUART & Co, merchants; RHODES & Co, merchants; The Custom House; BETHUNE & HUNTERs; HICKSON & Co, merchants; J. & T. KEBBELL, millers; THOMPSON Bros, shipwrights;
John PRICE, clerk; George BROWN, clerk; Charles COWAN, salesman; Charles MUNRO:
Oxford Road -
William TAIT; John WEBBER; Mrs LEWIS; David WATT;
OVEREND, Frederick, providore; PIERLEONI Raphael, fisherman
BALL, Frederick, carpenter; OAKLEY, John Butcher; ROBERTSON, James
WARD Thomas; STOTT Abraham; SOUPER John; GURNEY Eliza
COUSINS Robert; CHRISTIE Walter; BAUMGART Richard.
extends from Courtenay Place to Point Jerningham. It absorbed Clyde & Oriental Quays in 1841. The beach road from The Canal Reserve
(Kent Terrace) to Fitzgerald Point, was named Cyde Quay after the ship
'Clyde' , which struck a rock on her way from Whanganui to Wellington, and
was beached at Kaiwharawhara. The continuation of the beach was called
Oriental Quay. The residents here in 1866 were Mrs GREER, STANDARD and DOWNES (bathing establishment), and Messrs J HARRIS and O'LOUGHLIN. Mr & Mrs MEECH were closely identified with this locality. The arrived in the
'Oriental' on the 1st Feb 1840. Mr MEECH assisted in building the first
surf boats and lighters used in the harbour; is credited with having reared
the first fowls in the settlement in Dec 1840. He was proprietor of the
TeAro Swimming Baths for many years.
WORTH Richard; FRASER Malcolm; NUN George
RUSSELL John; LAWSON;
William CHALMERS, cooper; Charles A POLL mesenger; James CARSON; Mrs COLLINS; WH TRIGGS, journalist; F SHERIFF clerk; Robert Thomas PELL, clerk; Mrs RYAN; William FRENCH; James MAYHEW; Laurence T JAMIESON;
Revans St. -
Thomas HOWELL, Storekeeper; J KITCHEN & Son (Joseph & Thomas) soap & candle works; Stephen Percy CURTIS, clerk; Job PINFOLD, painter; Mrs William CLOUT;
Ms PRESTIDGE; Thomas Martin STEPHENS; Thomas GINGELL; Mrs JACKSON; Thomas COX: William NEWMAN;
extends from John St to Mansfield St, off Adelaide Rd. initially the section between John & Rintoul sts was known as Revans St. Residents in that section
in 1866 were:- R CARSWELL and R EMMETT. Mr Henry DOBSON, storekeeper resided in another portion of Riddiford St in 1875. The first portion of Wellington hospital on R.Street was opened on 12 July 1882. The bricks were made
on the ground and the building erected by prison labour. 4 wards were made and the addition of theALLEN & FRASER wards ,ade in 1894.
N Joseph; GARRY Mrs
Named after RS Rintoull Esq, editor of the Spectator;
Housed Athletic Park, South Wellington School and the Baptist church;
Named after Sir Robert STOUT; Chief Justice Of NZ;
Principal buildings were; Public Trust; Bank; Government Buildings; Seamans Memorial Missions Hall; Telephone Exchange;
Sturdee St -
previously Quin St , Maori Row or
Sutton Row prior to the earthquake of 1848;
Mr GERARD's clay house and Mr QUINN's villas were damaged more or less. The almanac of 1852 mentions JW BROWN's brewery and Michael QUINN's farrier establishment. Residents in 1863 were; H LOVE; J MEE; W PARRIS; Mrs NICHOL: G STRATFORD: Mrs A COOPER: R JOHNSON: A HERD: RJ SEDCOLE: T HOWELL: M MURPHY: C PAYTON: J RICHARDS: G GWYNNE: J NOBLE: Mrs CROW: H TEPPIEN: Mrs PARKER: FA BIRCH.
Included; Primitive Methodist Church (a sod building); Artcraft Theatre; Mrs GREENs school; Mrs FOX's school;
1863 Names include; L HOOK: D BELL: Lieut FURNEAUX (14thReg) R ROSE (dairyman); E.H. GRIGG (printer); J.F. FLOWERDAY (Capt); H.W. JONES: R.WOODGATE: G. TANDY: E. THIRKILL: J. BULL (Printer): G. GRAY: T. JONES: W.H. BARNARD: R. REID: R. MITCHELL:
1866 names also included; W BARBER; - BEAGLEHOLE: BLACK; J BLUNDELL; T COLLINS: W CLEMENTS: DALTON: MASTERS: T STEVENSON: Captain W. THOMPSON: E.D. TOOMATH: M. TOOMEY: W. WHITING: Mrs YATES: H.W.ESTALL:
J WALDEN; Mrs CAMPBELL; J BRIGHT;
B EDLINGTON; W JOHNSON: E GIESON:
J CLAPHAM; H PITT & Geo ALLEN (Boatbuilder)
(Extends from Thorndon Quayto Glenmore Road by the main entrance to the Botanical Gardens. Section 659 & 600 Te Wai Paikaka under the names RETA ABRAHAM HORI and MIA WIREMU TAMAHANE: Section 652 Henrietta C JOHNSTON, Wm BARNARD and Lord PETRE(opposite a grant for Hospital land):
Section 642 W O'NEILL Section 643 J SAUNDERS
Section 640 James FORBES Section 546 Louis NATHAN (between Hill & Hawkestone St, opp Harriet St) others were; Dr Issac E FEATHERSTON, Superintendant of the province (In a house afterwards known as the Caledonian Hotel, Cnr Cottleville Tce): A KNOWLES: W TURNBULL: STEWART's Dairy: Cottle C J LOMAS: C. STANHALL: W DORSET: Mr Justice JOHNSTON: W BRAGGE: F ATCHISON, Police Inspector: G PICKETT: GH VENNELL: Mrs MILLS: Mrs BUXTON: F BILLS: G BOLTON: R COLLINS: JG HOLDSWORTH, inspector of roads: D LEWIS, clerk: T GEORGE and D WILLIAMSON: N CURTIS: CB BORLASE, solicitor; ? LIGHT: CH GILLESPIE: J CATTELL: D. RIVERS: Mrs REDDING: G. DIXON (Karori Hotel): J. SPIERS, Crier of Supreme court.
1863 residents; J SIMMONS: W EDWARDS: R EDWARDS: J HOLMES: J TRASK (store); H SMITH: Mrs KENNEDY (hotel); Mrs C COOPER; J EDGE: WGF MOODY; Mrs FRANCE: Mrs PARSONAGE: McCARTHY; WB ROBINSON; J RAMSAY: W SCOTT: J HASTINGS: J MURRAY: Ensign CURTIS (14th Reg); J TOMPKINS (store); R WAKELIN (printer & journalist); C MEADOWS; J MILNER;
surveyed in 1841 it was given 2 names, viz., Ingestre Street:
Residents on the south side were BREVET Major Lepper14th Regt: ATHOMPSON: GE NATHAN: W BISHOP (Chemist):WF JONES (Ogan builder): Capt BUCK 14th Regt:G CRAWFORD(Merchant): F RENNER: J PUDNEY: On the north side; J LOVE: R MUDGWAY: M SMITH: EH MCELWAIN: P JENKINS: Ed BULL: J CROUCHER: ? COLEMAN: G RICHARDSON (clerk): F MEIER (clerk) W BANNISTER (clerk)
Named after W Waring Taylor, speaker of the Provincial Council; Buildings inc; State Fire Office; Police Headquarters rear entrance; Wellesley Club;
Named after Sir George Whitaker; off Ghuznee St.
(Appears on some very early maps as Little Ghuznee St)
W STORY: J PIKE: W PRINCE: J FULLER:
J GAFFNEY: T EDMUND: T CARR: A FORGIE:
D CALMAN: ? DIXON: Mrs CROWE: ? DORAN:
Webb St 1885
BAMFORD, Johnathan, settler; TAYLOR, Mrs, Settler; HICKSON W. E. S ,
NICHOLS, Mrs; SHORTT Robert F, accountant; RALPH, Thomas,clerk
TONKS, Enoch, brickmaker; COAD, Thomas; SMITH, William, storeman; MAHONEY, Dennis; BLOWERS, Thomas, storeman; CARRICK, Patrick, labourer
SMITH, Sydney William; COE, George; BACKHOUSE,Tom
NIGHTINGALE, Willaim George; HOUGHTON, Louis; ODLING Mrs, shopkeeper; EMBURY James, bootmaker; BLAKEY, Mrs; GARDNER, George; COOK Mrs, laundress; HOPKINS Patrick; GALLAGHER, Michael; STUDLEY John; CRICHTON John; ELLA John P; ROBERTS John H. labourerPEARCE Mrs McLAUCKLIN Henry LINLEY Mrs; WITTON Thomas; SANDIFORD Horace Leigh; KING Henry HUNTER Timothy Barton; KEBBELL George M, settler; MACE Henry; Catholic Apostilic Church; PHELPS Mrs, settler; YUILE John, settler; BLAIR Hugh, labourer ACKROYD Mrs George; MANN George, gardener; PARRIS William, gardener SMITH Henry F, mechanican <sic>; WARREN E.F; SCOTT William, grocer Primitive Methodist Chapel; SHORE Issac, labourer; BUCHANAN, Mrs KING John Labourer; ANDERSON Mrs; MACKIE Mrs.
1885;-Mrs DONALD; Rev W.H. WEST, Congregational Church; Alfred LINDSAY, bootmaker; Bernard PHELPS; Alexander CHAMBERS; Mrs DUST; Charles WISE; John GANDELL;
In 1885 William James BOTT, painter; John LINKLATER; Thomas JACKSON; William SIGNAL; John COLINS, storekeeper; George COUSINS, cook; John SKELLY, commerical traveller; George CROXFORD, clerk; William JACKSON; Thos BEADNALL, picture frame maker; Mrs WEST; Robert ROBINSON, carpenter; Peter BLACK; Wm C OLIVER; William STEVEN;