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Births, Marriages and Deaths
from early New Zealand Newspapers
that mention India, HEIC, China or Japan


BIRTHS

LORD - On the 17th May, at Hydrabad, Scinde, Mrs Charles Lord, of a daughter.
The Daily Southern Cross 27 November 1857

NATION - At Parnell, Auckland, on the 27th April, the wife of Major H M Nation, HM Indian Army (Bengal).
The Daily Southern Cross 15 May 1861


MARRIAGES

BADDELEY - DYER - on Tuesday the 10th instant, at St Maryís Church, Parnell, by the Rev Thos Lanfear, Henry Clinton, son of Major-General Baddeley RE, to Constance Louisa, third daughter of William Dyer Esq, HEICS, Bengal
New Zealand Herald 13 November 1863

BROWN - CATTO - On the 6th March, at Dunedin, George Henry, fourth son of S J Brown Esq, Bank of London and Leeds, and grandson of the late Sir Joseph Radcliffe Bart, of Rudding Park, Yorkshire, to Isabella Beatrice, youngest daughter of the late W Catanach Catto, formerly of the Honourable E I Company's Civil Service.
The Otago Daily Times 25 April 1874

CURTIS - ROBERTSON - On Friday the 1st June at St Paul's Church by the Rev T F Churton, Lieutenant C F Curtis, of the Hon East India Company's Service, to Ann Gifford, second daughter of Robertson Esq, of Auckland.
The Daily Southern Cross 9 June 1849

DANVERS - REVELL - On February 4th, at Kaiapoi, Danby H Danvers, son of the late Edward Danvers Esq, of Bombay, to Mary Grace, fifth daughter of the late John Revell Esq, of Korotueka, Kaiapoi.
The Otago Daily Times 15 February 1871

DALRYMPLE - RICHARDSON - On the 3rd January by the Rev R L Standford, at Willowmead, South Molyneux, the residence of her uncle, the Honourable Major Richardson, Fanny Louisa, daughter of the late Captain Taylor Campbell Richardson, 18th Bengal Native Infantry, to William Dalrymple, Dunedin, eldest son of William Dalrymple Esq, late of Coupar Angus, Perthshire, Scotland.
The Otago Daily Times 5 January 1871

GRANT - RUTHERFORD - On the 6th April, at St Paul's Church, Dunedin, by the Rev M H Martin, Alexander Innes Grant Esq, of Beaumont Station, son of William Grant Esq, Maderia, to Frances Anne, eldest daughter of Lieut-Colonel H Rutherford, late of Royal Bengal Artillery. No cards.
The Bruce Herald 14 April 1869

HOWDEN - FRASER - On the 12th November at the residence of the bride's father, Captain Fraser, Dunedin, by the Rev D M Stuart, Charles R Howden Esq, to Aline Louise Constance Fraser, only daughter of Captain Thomas Fraser, HM's Indian Army.
The Otago Daily Times 13 and 15 November 1869

HOYT - WARE - On the 23rd June, at the United States Consulate, Hioge, Japan, by the Rev D H Greene, Charles James Hoyt, of Yokhama (sic), Japan, to Mary Ann, only daughter of Mr C M Ware, late of Dunedin, NZ.
The Otago Daily Times 19 September 1870

LORD - RUSSELL - At Melbourne, on the 19th December last, by the Rev Irving Hetherington, Charles Owen Lord Esq, HEICS, to Rowena Lang, daughter of John Russell Esq, Rose Bank, Epsom, Auckland, New Zealand.
The Daily Southern Cross 2 February 1855

MACKAY - MACKENZIE - On Wednesday 2nd May, at Victoria street, by the Rev George Brown, William Mackay, Architect, late of Glasgow, to Charlotte Amelia, third daughter of the late Capt A R MacKenzie of the Hon East India Company's Service.
The Daily Southern Cross 8 May 1860

O'CONNOR - CLARK - On the 23rd March, at Moray Place, by the Rev R Scrimgeour, Benjamin, youngest son of the late Capt O'Connor, HEICS, to Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Mr Robt Clark, Edinburgh.
The Otago Daily Times 24 March 1871

OWEN - SEWELL - On the 4th September in the Chapel of Merton College, Oxford, Sidney Owen Esq, Fellow of St Peter's College, Radley, and Professor of History and Political Economy in the Elphinstone College, Bombay, to Mary Ellen, eldest daughter of Henry Sewell Esq, Colonial Secretary and first Minister of New Zealand.
The Daily Southern Cross 24 February 1857

TAYLOR - DAVIS - On the 6th june, by Special Licence, at St Mary's Church, Parnell, by the Venerable Archdeason Mauncell, Allan K Taylor Esq, fourth son of Major-Gen Taylor, HM Madras Army, to Sophia Louisa, third daughter of J Davis Esq. No cards.
The New Zealand Herald 10 June 1865

TAYLOR - WHITE - At Mount Wellington, on the 21st March, by the Rev John Macky, George Chambers, fifth son of General M Taylor, East India Company's Service, to Catherine, eldest daughter of David White Esq, of Mount Wellington.
The Daily Southern Cross 3 May 1861

MARTIN - TAYLOR - On the 27th January, at Boat Harbour, Saddlehill, by the Rev Wm Alves AM, brother-in-law of the bride, Thomas James Martin Esq to Sarah Falconar, second daughter of the late Lieut-Colonel John Taylor, HEICS, Bengal Army. No Cards.
The Otago Daily Times 29 January 1870

WRAY - WILLIAMS - At St Marks, Remuera, on the 21st inst, by the Ven Archdeacon Lloyd, Charles Allen Wray, late HM's Indian Navy, son of the late Captain Luke Henry Wray, RN, to Emily, second daugher of George Williams Esq, Fairfield, formerly of Exmouth, Devon. No cards.
New Zealand Herald 22 December 1865


DEATHS

BEGG - At Bhicanpore, Indigo Factory, Tirtwall, Bengal, India, David William, third son of Mr A S Begg, Glenomaru, Port Molyneux.
The Bruce Herald 16 June 1874

BODKIN - On 23rd May at sea, on board the SS City of Sydney, on the homeward bound voyage, John Charles Bodkin, MD, surgeon, HIM Customs and Navy, Chefoo, China, brother of James Bodkin, Queenstown.
The Wakatipu Mail 24 August 1888

BRIND - On the 26th January on the Ganges, on his way to New Zealand, after a lingering illness, James Frederick, eldest son of Colonel J Brind, CB, Bengal Royal Artillery.
The Daily Southern Cross 14 May 1861

CAMPBELL - On the 6th February last, at Demerara, West Indies, of yellow fever, Robert, only son of Colonel Robert Campbell, Bengal Army. Deeply regretted.
The Otago Daily Times 1 June 1868

COTTIER - On the 25th January off the Island of Gasper, in the China Sea, of apoplexy, Captain E G V W Cottier, of the ship Harkaway, second son of the late Rev A Cottier, of Hertfordshire, England and brother of Mrs Macintosh, pianist, Dunedin. Melbourne and Sydney papers please copy.
The Otago Daily Times 8 July 1873

EATON - On the 12th October at Allahabad, India, of disease of the heart, Lieut George Welby Eaton, EICS, in his 24th year.
The New Zealand Herald 28 and 31 January 1865

ELPHINSTON - On the 27th May 1871, at Fiji, Louisa Lowis, wife of A E Elphinston, and second daughter of Colonel Phillans, Broome Hall, Norfolk, late of the East India Company Service.
The Otago Daily Times 4 August 1871

FULTON - On the 27th July, at her residence, Fendaltown, near Christchurch, after a long and painful illness, Harriet Frances Georgiana Fulton, widow of the late Frank Graham Fulton Esq, formerly of Berhampore, Bengal, in her 67th year.
The Otago Daily Times 31 August & 1 September 1871

HOPKINS - At her residence, Porirua, Wimbledon Common, Surrey, Mrs Emma Hopkins, daughter of the late Captain John Drake, East India Company, and sister of the late Mr T J Drake, late Johnsonville.
The Evening Post 10 February 1900

JOHNSTONE - On the 10th June, at Melbourne, Mrs M C Johnstone, relict of the late Captain William Johnstone, 51st Regiment Madras Native Infantry.
The Otago Daily Times 7 July 1875

LOGIE - On the 25th March, at the residence of Mr A N Logie, Stafford Avenue, Emma Eliza, only daughter of the late Major Alex M Logie HEI Companyís Service, aged 64.
The Otago Daily Times 26 March 1872

LORD - On the 6th July at Hydrabad, Sinde, Rowena, wife of Lieutenant Charles Lord, HEICS, and eldest daughter of J Russell Esq, Rose Bank, Epsom, Auckland.
The Daily Southern Cross 27 November 1857

LOUGHNAN - On the 17th of February, drowned in the "Strathclyde", of Dover, Andrew Robert Loughnan, Major, Bengal Staff Corps. Aged 38. RIP.
Dunstan Times 12 May 1876

MACKAY - On the 17th October at Shanghai, China, George Mackay, late of Rattray and Stuart streets, Dunedin. Friends will please accept this intimation.
The Bruce Herald 29 January 1875
The Otago Daily Times 27 January 1875

MARR - At Hakedad, Japan, on the 19th May, Mr James Marr, of the firm of Blakiston, Mar and Co, late of Aberdeen and brother of Mr Beaton Marr, of Balclutha.
The Bruce Herald 30 August 1871

PILLANS - On the 2nd March, at Norfolk, England, Lieut-Colonel Pillans, late of the Bengal Royal Horse Artillery.
The Otago Daily Times 12 June 1873

RICHARDSON - On 6th December, at Dunedin, the Hon Mjaor Sir John L C Richardson, late of the Bengal Horse Artillery, HEICS, and speaker of the Legislative Council of New Zealand; aged 68 years.
The Bruce Herald 10 December 1878

ROBERTSON - On the 8th July, at Yokohama, Japan, Capt Thomas Robertson, lately of Port Chalmers, suddenly, through the bursting of a blood vessel.
The Otago Daily Times 4 September 1873

RUTHERFORD - On the 27th February at Yokohama, Japan, of small-pox - Mr Frank Rutherford, long in the employ of Cobb and Co, Dunedin.
The Bruce Herald 26 April 1871

RUTHERFORD - On the 25th December, at Anderson's Bay, Lieut-Colonel Rutherford, late of the Bengal Artillery, in his 72nd year.
The Otago Daily Times 26 December 1874

SCOTT - On the 6th February, suddenly at East Strathdownie, Castleton, Victoria, Jane Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Rev John Scott, HEICS, Hourah, Calcutta, and sister of Mr D MíP Scott, schoolmaster, Macetown.
The Otago Daily Times 23 March 1874

SHUTE - At sea on the 28th December 1860, on board the freight-ship Castilian, on the passage from Bombay to New Zealand, Captain H D M Shute, of HM 57th Foot, aged 24.
The Daily Southern Cross 23 January 1861

STOUT - On the 1st January, at Calcutta, on board the British India Steam Navigation Companyís ss Vibilia, William Stout, aged 28 years, eldest son of Thomas Stout, solicitor, Glasgow. Friends are requested to accept this intimation. Australian and New Zealand papers please copy.
The Otago Daily Times 24 January 1874

TAYLOR - On the 11th August, at Laveham, Halfway Bush, the residence of her son-in-law, Thomas James Martin, Sarah Falconar, widow of Lieutenant-Colonel John Taylor, Bengal Army, aged 72.
The Otago Daily Times 14 August 1871

WHITE - On the 12th November at Napier, after a protracted illness, Anthony, aged 28 years, second son of the late Thomas White Esq, Surgeon Madras Army, HEICS, Deputy Inspector General of Hospitals and brother of Mr Alfred White of Wanganui and Mr Clement White, of Dundin.
The Otago Daily Times 14 November 1872

WHYTE - On the 18th December 1874, at Inver Cottage, Strathtay, Perthshire, Barbara Campbell Gibson, wife of John Whyte, late Norwood Estate, Ceylon, second daughter of the late Charles Gibson, merchant Pitlochry. - Friends will kindly accept this intimation.
The Otago Daily Times 22 March 1875

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INDEX

Baddeley
Begg
Bodkin
Brind
Brown
Campbell
Catto
Clark
Cottier
Dalrymple
Danvers
Danvers
Dyer
Eaton
Elphinston
Fraser
Fulton
Grant
Hopkins
Howden
Hoyt
Logie
Lord
Lord
Lord
Loughnan
Mackay
Mackay
MacKenzie
Marr
Martin
Nation
O'Connor
Owen
Pillans
Pillans
Revel
Richardson
Robertson
Russell
Rutherford
Rutherford
Scott
Sewell
Shute
Stout
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
Ware
White
White
Whyte
Williams








INDEX

Baddeley
Begg
Bodkin
Brind
Brown
Campbell
Catto
Clark
Cottier
Dalrymple
Danvers
Danvers
Dyer
Eaton
Elphinston
Fraser
Fulton
Grant
Hopkins
Howden
Hoyt
Logie
Lord
Lord
Lord
Loughnan
Mackay
Mackay
MacKenzie
Marr
Martin
Nation
O'Connor
Owen
Pillans
Pillans
Revel
Richardson
Robertson
Russell
Rutherford
Rutherford
Scott
Sewell
Shute
Stout
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
Ware
White
White
Whyte
Williams








INDEX

Baddeley
Begg
Bodkin
Brind
Brown
Campbell
Catto
Clark
Cottier
Dalrymple
Danvers
Danvers
Dyer
Eaton
Elphinston
Fraser
Fulton
Grant
Hopkins
Howden
Hoyt
Logie
Lord
Lord
Lord
Loughnan
Mackay
Mackay
MacKenzie
Marr
Martin
Nation
O'Connor
Owen
Pillans
Pillans
Revel
Richardson
Robertson
Russell
Rutherford
Rutherford
Scott
Sewell
Shute
Stout
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
Taylor
Ware
White
White
Whyte
Williams




















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