People

 

A searchable list of people that
Clarke mentions in his diaries.

The list can be searched by entering a string in the Person Search box below.  All instances of the string, whether contained in a person’s name or contained in a persons description, will be shown.   By clicking in the ‘Show Dates’ box a list of links to where the person is mentioned in the diary can be viewed.  Click the box again to collapse the box. This list of people and dates continues to grow as the work indexing the people continues.   Corrections are continually being made as work continues on reading and interpreting the diaries.  We would be very interested to hear from anyone who has further information on any of these people. Please use the comments box on the front page to contact us.

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Mildred Isabel ADSETT (nee DUNNING) (born 1919)

Third child of James Alexander (Jim) and Jane Dunning. Married Roy Adsett. Died Aug 2000

1928

Mr AKED

Do not know who this person is. Maybe a photographer as he brought Mary Anne Clarkes portrait to CS Clarke.

1899

Alfred

We are not sure of Alfred's origins. Clarke puts a fair amount of trust in him and he was working for Clarke for wages. (See also references to him in February 1865). Possibly he was a fellow passenger on the Queen of Beauty. If so, then there are three possible names, Alfred Curtis, Alfred Nicholson and Alfred Carter. All of them were in Steerage. He left Little Omaha in September 1865 for the Hokitika Gold Fields.

1865

Mrs Cordelia Charlotte MEIKLEJOHN (nee ALLEY)

CSC mentions her death in the 28th Jan 1914 entry. She was buried in the Whangateau Cemetery.

1914

Mr ALLISON

A friend of McKenzie's. In 1865 he was building a house near North Head

1865

1867

Mrs Grace BROWN (nee AMOS)

Second wife of Kiri Brown. Married on October 8 1900 in Rotorua.

1901

1929

James (Jim) ANDERSON (born 1844)

The eldest son of James (also known as Jim) and Caroline Anderson

1865

1866

1867

Mr James ANDERSON (born 1807)

The head of the Anderson family. Has the same birthday as his son, Jim. Charles Clarke records that Mr Anderson ran a grocery business in Auckland while his wife and family lived at Little Omaha.

1865

1866

1867

1891

Sidney (Sid) ANDERSON (born 1849)

The fourth son of Jim Anderson.

1865

1866

1867

Herbert Ashton ANDERSON (born 1852)

The sixth son of James and Caroline Anderson The Ashtons lived at Big Omaha

1865

1866

1894

Joe ANDERSON (born 1850)

The fifth son of James & Caroline Anderson

1865

1866

1867

Thomas (Tom) Henry ANDERSON (born 1846)

Second son of James & Caroline Anderson

1865

1866

Charles John ANDERSON (born 1847)

The third son of James and Caroline Anderson

1866

1891

William Warner (Willie) ANDERSON (born 1855)

Youngest child and seventh son of James and Caroline Anderson

1865

1866

Caroline Elizabeth (Lizzie) ANDERSON (born 1853)

Only daughter and seventh child of James and Caroline Anderson

1866

Mr ANDERSON

A cousin of Mr Matthew of Great Omaha

1867

Captain ANDERSON

Captain of the cutter Wangarei

1867

Mr ANDERSON

Died Nov 1889. unknown

1889

Alice Maud Mary WYATT (nee ANDERSON) (born 1878)

Married George Wyatt in 1898. (George was the 7th child of John Wyatt the younger). They had 5 children between 1899 and 1909. Died June 1961.

1898

1900

1901

1902

Mrs Caroline Maria ANDERSON

The wife of James Anderson. Lived with her children at Little Omaha.

1865

1866

1867

ANDERSONS

The head of the family was Mr James Anderson, who ran a grocery business in Auckland while his wife and family lived at Little Omaha.

1865

1866

1867

Mr ANGOVE

Warkworth Coroner

1889

Mr ANGOVE

Agriculture statistics

1890

Charlie ASHTON

1888

1889

George ASHTON

1888

1889

1891

1893

1895

Emma ASHTON

1889

Guy Bruce ASHTON

George Ashton's infant son (1889)

1889

Harry ASHTON

1889

Tom ASHTON

1888

1889

1890

1901

Mr ASHTON

May be Mr Ashton Senior.

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1897

1900

1903

Mrs ASHTON

1888

1891

1900

1901

Miss ASHTON

1890

1892

Mabel ASHTON (nee WYATT) (born 1880)

Third child of Joseph and Emily Wyatt. Married Harry Ashton

1893

1895

1897

1898

1900

1901

1903

1910

1911

Mary AUSTIN (nee WYATT) (born 1877)

Mary Wyatt was the 9th child of John (the younger) and Elizabeth Wyatt. She may have been registered as Marion Wyatt. Mary Wyatt married Charles Austin.

1903

1910

Mr AVEY

Engineer of the "Rose Casey"

1902

1903

Lem AVEY

Son of Mr & Mrs Avey

1903

Mrs AVEY

Wife of Mr Avey. Has a son called Lem.

1903

Aveys

The Avey family seem to be Mr, Mrs and son Lem. The live in Warkworth.

1903

Mr BAILEY

A preacher.

1888

Edward BAINES

1862

Mr BANSOM

1862

Mr BARNES

1862

Thomas BARNES

Wilson BARNES

1862

William BARNES

1862

Basil

Unknown

1888

Captain BAYE

1891

  • December: 1st

1892

Revd W BEATTIE

Mr Thomas BELL

1862

Miss BELL

1862

  • February: 4th

James BENNETT

1889

1890

Mr BENT

1866

Mr BENTHAM

Owns a flax mill on the Te Araroa flat. He is a friend of Mr Torkington (William?) being a Lancashire man.

1903

Mr BERRIDGE

1862

Mr BIDDLE

Owner of Biddles Station, Jack and Henrys nearest neighbours at Te Araroa.

1903

Anne COLTMAN (nee BIERLEY) (born 1791)

Anne Coltman (Nee Bierly) was Samuel Coltman's wife. (Samuel Coltman was the third child of John and Elizabeth Coltman). Anne and Samuel Coltman married in 1836 and Samuel died in 1861. Anne died in 1865. In Jan 1867 Clarke received a share of Anne's estate. From the England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1995

1867

Mr G W BINNEY

Paster BIRCH

1890

Bowden BIRDSALL (born 1866)

May be a son of Mr & Mrs John Birdsall.

1888

1889

1890

1893

1894

1899

1901

1902

  • November: 4th

1903

Mr J. B. BIRDSALL (born 1833)

This might be the senior Birdsall

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1894

1896

1897

1901

Thomas Henry Hoggett BIRDSALL (born 1869)

May be a son of Mr & Mrs John Birdsall

1888

Maria DARROCH (nee BIRDSALL)

Possibly a daughter of Mr & Mrs John Birdsall. She married James Darroch 1st May 1893 or a few days before.

1888

1893

1902

Hannah GREENWOOD (nee BIRDSALL)

Married John Greenwood in 1891

1891

1901

Dawson BIRDSALL

Married to Sarah Buchanan. Died in September 1901 by a fall from a horse. He had son Henry. Duplicate of William Dawson Birsdall #576

1892

  • November: 7th

1896

1897

William Dawson BIRDSALL (born 1864)

Married Sarah Buchanan Dec 1892. They had one child, John Henry Birdsall in 1893. William Dawson Birdsall was killed by a fall from a horse 23 Sept 1901.

1901

Mrs Ethel BRYAN (nee BIRDSALL) (born 1880)

9th child of John and Elizabeth Birdsall nee Roose. Ethel married Ellis Bryan and had 8 children

1902

Mrs BIRDSALL (born 1833)

Her name prior to marriage to John Birdsall might have been Elizabeth Roose

1888

1890

Mrs Thomas BIRDSALL

1895

Mrs Sarah BIRDSALL (nee BUCHANAN)

Married to William Dawson Birdsall. They had one child in 1893.

1901

Mrs Rebecca Blanche WYATT (nee BIRKETT) (born 1878)

Married Walter Thomas Wyatt in 1898

1900

1901

Ted BIRKETT

Possibly related to Rebecca Blanche Birkett who married Walter Wyatt

1902

BISHOP

A young fellow. Works at Biddles at Te Araroa

1903

Black Charlie

Captain of several ships that brought goods to Omaha, including the "Dot", the "Agnes" and possibly the "Stag". Could be Charlie Moller, who was a captain of the "Stag".

1866

Mr BOIRKLAND

unknown. Maybe misspelt

1889

Mrs Eliza GREENWOOD (nee BOLES)

Wife of James Greenwood.

1892

1898

Mr BOND

unknown

1888

Miss Mary MATHESON (nee BOND) (born 1874)

Wife of Norman Matheson who was the 2nd son and 6th child of Angus Matheson. Possibly also a cousin to Jim Dunning. (Mr Dunning's sister was Mrs Bond)

1889

1890

  • November: 3rd

Charlie BOND

Is this Charles Edward Bond who died aged 25?

1890

Mr BOND

Mr Bond married Mrs O'Driscol, sister to Mrs Sadler

1896

Miss BOND

Friend of Grace Clarkes ie Willie's wife.

1911

Charlena DUNNING (nee BOND) (born 1890)

Wife of Archibald McArthur (Jnr) Dunning. Married in 1920 and had two children

1917

1920

1922

1923

1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

Mrs BOND (nee DUNNING)

Mr Dunning's sister

1895

Mr BOON

Preacher

1889

1890

1892

Mr William BOURTON

preacher

1890

Mrs Christina (Chris) BOXALL (nee YOUNG) (born 1881)

DOB may be 1885. Daughter of William Young and Isabella Matheson

Mr R. O. BOYD

Mr Boyd seems to be an orchardist. I remember a Boyd's orchard from my young days. The old Boyd house is situated at the northern end of the Whangateau harbour, between the harbour shoreline and Ti Point Rd. The 50 acre property was adjacent to Joe Torkingtons property.

1892

1895

1898

1899

1900

Mr Chris BOYD

Attended to the Librarian 1903. May be related to Mr R.O. Boyd the orchardist.

1902

1903

Mr BRADBURY

unknown

1888

Mr BREE

Mr Bree of St Matthews Auckland.

1865

1866

Mrs BREE

Revd T P Hewlett's daughter

1889

Mr Albert BRITTON

Possibly the A. Britton mentioned in the 1897 Omaha & Pakiri Agricultural Show results.

1900

Mrs Eliza BRITTON

An inquest was held on April 27 (1892) on Mrs. Eliza Britton, wife of a special settler at Omaha, who died somewhat suddenly, by Mr. Angove, coroner. It appears that on the morning of April 26 she took pains in her head, and later in the day pains in her stomach, and died in the evening unobserved by the attendant. The jury, after hearing the evidence, returned a verdict of Death from natural causes." It appears that deceased had complained of her heart, and was an excessively stout woman, weighing over 15 stone.

1892

Mrs BRITTON

Assume that she is a local resident. A person named A. Britton is mentioned in the 1897 Omaha & Pakiri Agricultural Show results.

1900

G BRODIE

A cricketer from Auckland and friend of Charlie Harding

1898

Mr BROOKING

unknown

1889

Willie BROOKMAN

Son of Mr and Mrs Brookman, who left the district in 1890 to return to England.

1888

1889

Mr BROOKMAN

A lay preacher. The Brookmans left the district in 1890 to return to England.

1888

1889

Mrs BROOKMAN

Mr and Mrs Brookman and their son Wille left the district in 1890 to return to England.

1890

Mr BROWN

Lived in Leicestershire

1862

Mrs BROWN

1862

  • February: 6th

1894

1897

  • December: 6th

Captain BROWN

Lived in Leicestershire. Same as #640?

1862

Henry BROWN

Lived in the district for many years and served on the Omaha Road Board. Owned the Millbrook estate at Pakiri, which he sold in 1912.

1889

1891

1894

1897

1898

1900

1903

1912

Janie BROWN

1889

Mr James BROWN

1890

Mr Edward BROWN

Lived at Wellsford

1892

Leah BROWN

1897

Ringi Tenetahi BROWN

Son of Rahui Te Kiri and Tenetahi Brown.

1897

1922

1926

Miss W BROWN

1901

Captain BROWN

A government entomologist who came over to New Zealand on the "Queen of Beauty" with CS Clarke and the Wyatts.

1895

1896

Harvey BROWN

A son of Willie Brown (Tenetahi). Harvey fought in the WW1 and died in Ak hospital Feb 1925. Buried at the Pa in Leigh

1925

Tenetahi BROWN (born 1833)

Husband of "Princess" Rahui Te Kiri, the daughter of chief Te Kiri. Died in 1923 and buried at the Pā.

1903

Luley BROWN

Son of Mrs Kiri Brown, found drowned January 1929.

1929

Parata BROWN

Probably lived at the Pā. Fell into a boiling spring and drowned at Rotorua in July 1914.

1902

1909

1914

1915

Mr Kiri Tenetahi BROWN

Son of Ringi and Rāhui Tenetahi? Died in 1920 from influenza.

1909

1911

1920

1923

Mr John BROWN

Pioneer settler at Te Arai and father of Henry Brown of Pakiri. Judge at the first Omaha agricultural show.

1891

Ted BROWN

Lived at the Pā?

1910

1925

Ethel MEIKLEJOHN (nee BROWN) (born 1886)

Daughter of Henry Brown of Pakiri. Married Lewis Meiklejohn in 1910.

1901

Addie BROWN

Daughter of Henry Brown of Pakiri.

1910

George BROWN

Probably a son of Henry Brown of Pakiri, owner of the Millbrook Estate.

1903

  • November: 2nd

Jimmy BROWN

Part of the Brown family that lived at the Pā.

1897

Eric BROWN

Son of Rahui Te Kiri and Tenetahi Brown.

1923

Rebekah (Beckie) BROWN (born 1888)

A daughter of Rahui Te Kiri and Tenetahi Brown.

1897

1898

  • February: 8th

Emma BROWN (nee GRAVATT) (born 1868)

A daughter of Mr and Mrs Gravatt. Married James Brown in 1890.

1890

1903

Mrs BROWN

First wife of Kiri Brown. Died in January 1900.

1900

1902

Mrs Catherine BROWN (nee GOZAR)

Wife of Henry Brown of Pakiri, who owned the Millbrook estate.

1909

Mr BROWNETT

unknown

1889

1890

BROWNS

Descendants of the Māori chief Te Kiri. They lived at the Pā house.

1892

Mr BRUCE

A presbyterian minister from Auckland

1867

Mr BURBRIDGE

1862

Mr BURDETT

Mr BURGESS

1862

Dr CAIRNS

A Warkworth Doctor

1898

Mr CALLIS

1862

Miss Phillis CAME

1888

1891

1892

  • November: 6th

Mr John CAME

1888

1890

1891

1892

Mrs CAME

1891

CAMPBELL

Was in charge of McLivers Mill

1866

Neil CAMPBELL

Owned land at Omaha

1866

Dr CAMPBELL

Lived in Warkworth

Mr CAMPBELL

Biddles Station at Te Araroa. They are Jack and Henrys nearest neighbours

1903

Samuel CARDWELL

Works for Clarke. He started work in August 1866

Dr CAROLAN

A Warkworth physician

1889

Mr CARRIE

1890

  • December: 4th

1891

1892

1896

Bob CARSWELL

Biddles Station manager Te Araroa

1903

Mrs CASEY

Housekeeper to Mr Campbell at Biddles Station at Te Araroa

1903

Mr CHADWICK

A travelling Salesman

1893

Mr CHAPLIN

1890

Charlie

Master or Captain of the Ferry Steamer Enterprise No2

1866

Mr CHEW

preacher

1889

Mr CHRISTIAN

Had 100 sheep delivered.

1893

  • February: 1st

Mr CHRISTIE

Married Miss Ashton

1890

Maggie WYATT (nee CLARK) (born 1862)

Wife of John Charles Wyatt who is the son of John Wyatt (born 1842).

1889

1890

1891

1892

1895

1897

1900

1901

1903

Jean CLARK (nee DUNNING) (born 1913)

Second child of Jim and Jane Dunning. Married Charles Alexander Clark and had 3 children. Died 1992.

1913

1918

1928

Henry CLARKE (born 1841)

Charles Clarkes brother in England

1862

1865

1867

1892

1893

1897

1911

  • February: 6th

Jane (Janie) HUDSON (nee CLARKE) (born 1835)

Charles Clarkes sister in England.

1862

1865

1866

1889

1892

1901

1911

  • February: 6th

Frances (Fanny) Cooper WAY (nee CLARKE) (born 1839)

Frances Cooper Clarke, the 10th child of John and Sarah Clarke. (Charles Septimus was the 12th child) She lived in England. She married Charles Way.

1862

1865

1866

1888

1890

1892

1894

1897

1898

1900

1902

1910

Henry CLARKE (born 1874)

CS Clarke & Mary Ann Clarke's third child. Born in 1874.

1866

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1902

1903

1911

John CLARKE (born 1872)

Charles and Mary Clarke's second child. Born 11 January 1872. Also referred to as Jack.

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1902

1903

Elisabeth (Lizzie) HUDSON (nee CLARKE) (born 1830)

Elisabeth Clarke, Charles Clarke's sister. She is mentioned in the diaries when Clarke was living at Ridlington. I have a photograph of Elisabeth.

1865

Maud Mary PRATT (nee CLARKE) (born 1870)

Maude Mary Clarke is the eldest child of Charles Clarke. Born on 15 September 1870 when the Clarke family were living at Little Omaha. She died of a sudden illness in 1898 aged 28.

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1902

William (Willie) CLARKE (born 1883)

Charles Clarke's youngest child, born when the family was living in Auckland. Married Grace Davey in 1910 at Leigh.

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

1911

1912

1913

Jane DUNNING (nee CLARKE) (born 1878)

Charles Clarkes youngest daughter and fifth child. She married James Alexander Dunning in a double ceremony with Willie Clarke who married Grace Davey. Jane had 3 children.

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

1905

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1918

1920

1927

1928

Minnie TORKINGTON (nee CLARKE) (born 1876)

Charles Clarke's 2nd daughter and 4th child. Was married in 1899 to Joe Torkington. They had seven children, the eldest being Alma Torkington.

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

1922

Thomas (Tom) Worthington CLARKE (born 1836)

C S Clarkes brother. Lived in Leicester. Was married on 18th Sep 1862. See the diary entry for this date.

1865

1866

1889

1890

Thomas CLARKE

Charles Clarkes sixth child. Died in infancy

John Saunders CLARKE (born 1828)

Charles Clarkes eldest brother. Lived in England

1862

1888

1890

1891

1893

1898

Johny CLARKE

I think this is John, C S Clarkes son. It may be a Pratt. See the entry 27 April 1889

1889

1892

Sarah Dorothy PARKES (nee CLARKE) (born 1827)

Charles Clarkes eldest sister. Died at 65. Charles Clarke was godfather to one of Sarah Parkes children, Frances William Parkes.

1866

Mary Elizabeth CLARKE (nee CLARKE)

Known as Polly. Wife of John Saunders Clarke, Charles Clarkes brother. Both John Clarke and Polly are mentioned in Charles' diaries he wrote when he was at Ridlington

Christopher James CLARKE (born 1838)

Charles Clarkes brother. The 9th child of John and Sarah Clarke.

1911

  • February: 6th

Herbert George CLARKE

Eldest son of Thomas Worthington Clarke, CSClarke's brother

Elliot Henry CLARKE

CSClarke's nephew and son of Henry Clarke. Lived in Hinckley, Leicester.

Margaret Laura CLARKE

CSClarke's niece and daughter of his brother Henry.

Mary Anne CLARKE (nee WYATT) (born 1847)

Charles Clarkes wife. They were married in 1869

1865

1866

Grace Emily CLARKE (nee DAVEY) (born 1885)

Born in Australia, married Willie Clarke in 1910, died 1945. Before they were married Charles Clark referred to her using her mothers remarried surname of Simpson.

1901

1902

1903

1910

1911

  • February: 5th

Lily CLARKE (nee KIRVELL) (born 1881)

Wife of John Clark, son of CSClarke. John & Lily had 2 sons, George b 1918 and Peter born 1919.

Mr CLEMENTS

A lay reader at Kaipara Flats

1892

Mr COLEMAN

Probably a solicitor in Auckland

1900

Ina May COLLINS (nee DUNNING) (born 1923)

Eldest child of Angus Roderick and Dorothy Dunning. (Pat and Dolly). Married Herbert Collins and had 5 children between 1950 and 1965.

1928

  • November: 5th

Miss Mary Anne COLTMAN (born 1778)

Mary Anne Coltman was Charles Clarkes aunt (Aunt Anne) and lived in Leicester, England; she was the youngest daughter of John and Elizabeth Coltman and was born in 1778. She is mentioned frequently in "Catherine Hutton and her Friends" and was a close friend of Catherine Hutton. When writing to Clarke she seemed to employ a friend to script the letter on her behalf. A letter from Aunt Anne was written by Miss Cooper. (August 3 1865). Another one was written by Mrs Turlington (December 15 1865). At this time Aunt Anne would have been aged 87. She died in 1871 aged 92

1862

1865

1866

1867

Uncle John COLTMAN (born 1800)

Sarah Coltmans brother.

1865

  • February: 2nd

Alice COMBES

Lives in Auckland. Probably the daughter of Eleanor Combes.

1865

Mr Walter COMBES

Lives in Auckland. Part of the legal firm Combes & Daldy. Husband to Eleanor Combes, daughter of Captain Pulhman.

1866

Mrs Eleanor COMBES (nee PULHAM)

Lived in Auckland with her husband Walter Combes. Her father was Captan Pulham. She kept a diary of her daily life in which she mentions Mr Clarke calling on her several times, coinciding with the same events being recorded in Clarke's diary.

1866

Mr COOKE

From Leicester

1865

Miss COOPER

The writer of some of Aunt Anne's letters to C S Clarke

1865

Mavis Irene COOPER (nee DUNNING) (born 1915)

Fourth child of William John and Annie DUNNING. Married Alan Cooper

1920

1926

  • September: 5th

1928

Mr COPELAND

1866

1896

1898

Mrs MASEFIELD (nee COPELAND)

1896

1898

Mrs COPELAND

1898

  • February: 7th

Tillie COPLESTONE

First mentioned in the diaries in March 1904. Seems to be associated with the Wallaces who live on the North Shore, Auckland

Revd E. M. COWIE

Clergyman

1897

1898

1900

1901

1902

Mr CROWE

A School Inspector

1893

  • November: 6th

1894

  • November: 7th

1895

  • November: 2nd

Mr John Alexander CRUICKSHANK (born 1876)

Sometimes referred to as Mr Jack Cruickshank. Son of Alexander Cruickshank. Married Sarah Kate Niccol in 1900.

1897

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

1904

Mr George CRUICKSHANK

Brother of Alexander Cruickshank. Married Marianne Wann in 1895.

1892

  • December: 9th

1896

Miss Emily Ada CRUICKSHANK (born 1887)

One of 5 daughters of Alexander Cruickshank.

1903

1904

1906

Miss Mildred CRUICKSHANK (born 1891)

Referred to as Millie. Youngest of the 5 daughters of Alexander Cruickshank.

1903

1906

Ernest CRUICKSHANK

Son of Alexander Cruickshank. A sibling of Emily and Millie.

1901

1903

  • February: 8th

Dr John CRUICKSHANK

A medical doctor in Matakana in 1865 and 1866. Unclear if he is related to the Matakana Cruickshank family.

1865

1866

Mr Alexander CRUICKSHANK (born 1844)

Father of Ernest, Emily, Millie and the other Miss Cruickshanks. Ran several stores in the area under the business name "Cruickshank Bros", including at Ti Point / Dacre's Claim, at Big Omaha and at Pakiri. Lived at Matakana. Died in 1916.

1892

1897

1901

1903

1904

1905

1906

Miss Lina CRUICKSHANK (born 1883)

Third daughter of Alexander Cruickshank.

1903

Miss Ethel Julia CRUICKSHANK (born 1881)

Second daughter of Alexander Cruickshank. Married in 1903.

1903

Mr James CRUICKSHANK

Possibly the brother of Alexander Cruickshank.

1902

Marianne CRUICKSHANK (nee WANN)

The teacher at Little Omaha School from 1892. Married George Alexander Cruickshank in 1895, at which time she resigned her appointment. Died in 1909. She was the aunt of Eddie Wann who skippered steamers in the area. The Wann family lived at Lower Matakana. She died in May 1909 and was buried at Matakana.

1892

1893

1894

1898

  • February: 2nd

1909

Mrs Sarah Kate CRUICKSHANK (nee NICCOL)

Teacher at the Little Omaha School from February 1897 to August 1900. She boarded as Clarke's house. Sister of Annie Niccol and Ernest Niccol. Married John Cruickshank 8 October 1900 at North Shore. Later lived at Morningside in Auckland (1910). Referred to as Mrs John Cruickshank or Mrs Jack Cruickshank in post-1900 entries.

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

1903

1904

1907

Miss CRUICKSHANKS

Alexander Cruickshank had five daughters, four of them unmarried in the early 1900s. Clarke often refers to them in plural and It is unclear to whom he is referring to.

1900

  • December: 5th

1901

1907

Miss CULPAN

Clarke met Miss Culpan at Te Araroa on his way back to Auckland. She seemed to have an uncle in Whangarei.

1903

Mr CUMMING

A surveyor at Te Araroa

1903

Messrs CUTHBERTSON & MORTON

Maybe a retainer in Auckland?

1890

1891

1901

Mr CUTTING

1862

Mr E DALE

Mr and Mrs Dale seem to live in Pakiri. Clarke visits them infrequently. In the 1920s they seem to be living in Big Omaha.

1900

1901

1902

1903

Dr DALTON

From Te Arai. A visiting doctor and surgeon to Pakiri and Omaha

1867

Mr DALTON

Probably an English solicitor

1865

David Mackey DARROCH (born 1859)

Son of James and Margaret Darroch. Married Vida Meiklejohn and had 13 children. He died in 1949

1889

1892

1901

1902

1905

G DARROCH

Mr James DARROCH (born 1870)

James Darroch married Maria Birdsall 1st May 1893 or a few days before

1893

1898

1901

1902

1903

Miss DARROCH

1899

1900

1901

Mrs J W DARROCH

On December 9, at Ponsonby, Mrs. J. W. Darroch aged 62

Jessie Matheson DARROCH (nee NEELY) (born 1886)

Second child of William and Margaret Neely. Married David Watt (Wattie) Darroch and had 4 children between 1912 and 1918.

1898

1901

  • September: 6th

Jessie Matheson DARROCH (nee NEELEY) (born 1886)

Second child of William and Margaret Neeley. Married David Watt (Wattie) Darroch and had 4 children from 1912 to 1918.

1902

1903

Fred Charles DAVEY (born 1883)

Fred was born Fred Charles Davey, the third child of Raglan and Frances Davey. Raglan Davey, died about 1886 and Frances remarried Francis Simpson about 1891 Fred and his two sisters lived with their mother in Auckland. Their father died in Australia about 1886 They Lived in Ponsonby. Friends of Clarkes. For further info see Frances Simpson

1902

1903

Alice Florence TORKINGTON (nee DAVEY) (born 1879)

Married Harold Torkington. Before they were married Charles Clark referred to her using her mothers remarried surname of Simpson.

1900

1901

1902

1903

1911

Mr Raglan George Thomas DAVEY (born 1881)

Second child of Raglan and Frances Davey. Known as George Simpson. He is a brother of Alice Florence Davey (Harold Torkington's wife) and a brother of Grace Emily Davey (Willie Clarke's wife) and a brother of Fred Davey. Clarke refers to these people with a surname of Simpson. For further info see Frances Simpson.

1902

  • November: 3rd

1903

Mrs Isabella Gertrude DAVEY (nee REVELL) (born 1888)

The wife of Raglan George Thomas Davey.

1910

Mr DAVIES

unknown

1889

Mrs DAVIES

1892

1894

Dorothy DAVIES (nee TORKINGTON) (born 1904)

Eldest child of Harold and Flo Torkington. Married Jack Davies abt 1925, died 1991

1911

1912

Revd J K DAVIS

1889

Mr Archie DE LAUTOUR

Owner of the De Lautours Station, Te Araroa

1903

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Samuel DENBY

1893

Mr Tom DERECOURTS

Lived in Matakana

1893

  • November: 1st

1895

Mr DIBBLE

1893

Mr DICKINSON

The school inspector (October 1890)

1890

Captain DIXON

The captain of the Elfin Queen that was wrecked near Manukau Heads

1865

Mr DOUSE

A "good earnest preacher" who lived in Warkworth until September 1889.

1888

1889

Archdeacon DUDLEY

1866

1890

1892

1896

  • December: 6th

1897

Miss DUNCAN

Staying at Mr & Mrs Youngs place at Matakawa Point, Te Araroa.

1903

Charles (Charlie) DUNNING (born 1871)

Fifth child of John and Mary Dunning. Known as Charlie. Married Jessie Matheson in 1901. They had two children: John Angus the Rhodes Scholar and Mary Kathleen.

1888

1889

1897

1898

1899

1901

1903

1904

1906

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1917

1918

1920

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1925

1926

1929

John DUNNING (born 1829)

Married Mary McArthur about 1857. They had 10 children. The fourth child was Jim Dunning who married Jane CLARKE. John Dunning died in 1883. The Dunnings family home may have been in the vicinity of Goat Island Rd (See The Rock and the Sky, p115)

1888

1891

1895

James Alexander DUNNING (born 1869)

Also known as Jim. He lived at Whangateau and married Jane Clarke, C S Clarkes daughter. Clarke spent the last years of his life in their house. The 4th child of John & Mary Dunning

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1902

  • December: 8th

1903

1906

  • December: 3rd

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1916

1918

1920

1921

1922

1923

1924

1927

1928

1929

Miss Blanche DUNNING (born 1876)

8th child of John and Mary Dunning

1889

1892

1893

1903

Ivy DUNNING (born 1889)

Died 1892 aged 3 years. Parents were Archie and Catherine Dunning (nee Catherine Matheson)

1892

Mr Archibald McArthur (Archie) DUNNING (born 1858)

The 3th child of John & Mary Dunning. He married Catherine Matheson. They had 8 children. He died in 1930.

1892

1897

1898

1899

1901

1902

1903

1904

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1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

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1917

1918

1919

1920

1921

1922

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1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

Henry Bond DUNNING (born 1876)

Ninth child of John & Mary Dunning. Jim Dunning's younger brother

1897

1905

May DUNNING (born 1874)

Mary Elizabeth Dunning, known as May. Birthday may be 25 March. Seventh child of John and Mary Dunning. She never married.

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

1905

1906

  • February: 6th

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1916

1917

1919

1920

1923

1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

Mr James DUNNING

Lived in Devonport. Not related to the Dunnings of Omaha. Building the new Steamer for the coastal trade

1891

1896

1898

Mrs Martha MEIKLEJOHN (nee DUNNING) (born 1862)

Married Heber Meiklejohn about 1887. Died around 31 October 1894

1894

Edgar DUNNING (born 1901)

Youngest child of Archie and Catherine Dunning

1901

1912

1920

  • February: 7th

1924

William John DUNNING (born 1888)

Son of Archie Dunning (Archibald McArthur) Married Ann Harper in 1908. They had 9 children between 1910 and 1924. Known as Bill Dunning.

1902

  • November: 1st

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1905

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1907

1908

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

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1917

1918

1919

1920

1921

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1929

Ivy WYATT (nee DUNNING) (born 1895)

Fifth child and 2nd daughter of Archie & Catherine Dunning. Their first daughter who was also called Ivy died at age 2 in 1892. Ivy Dunning married John Charles Edgar Wyatt (Eddie Wyatt)

1905

1907

1911

1913

1914

1916

1918

1919

1920

1921

1923

1929

Hector James DUNNING (born 1911)

Eldest child of Jim and Jane Dunning. Married about 1936 to Marie Cullen

1911

1918

Hilda Mary DUNNING (born 1910)

Eldest child of William and Annie Dunning. Married John Duncan in 1947

1918

1928

Elsie DUNNING (born 1911)

Second child of William and Ann Dunning, married Leslie Came.

1911

  • September: 5th

1915

1918

Gertrude Elsie DUNNING (born 1913)

Died 25 Sep 1915 aged 2.

Alfred DUNNING (born 1899)

Son and 7th child of Archibald McArthur Dunning Brother of Ivy Dunning who was married to J.C.E.Wyatt

1899

1915

1920

1921

1922

1923

1924

  • February: 6th

1925

1926

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1928

1929

Gladys Irene DUNNING (born 1897)

Sixth child and 3rd daughter of Archie & Catherine Dunning. Sister of Ivy Dunning who married J.C.E.Wyatt. Gladys married Eric Greenwood and had three children.

1897

1907

1913

1914

1916

1917

1918

1920

  • February: 8th

1929

John DUNNING (born 1873)

Sixth child of John and Mary Dunning. Brother of Jim and Charlie Dunning. Remained single.

1888

1889

1891

1892

1896

1902

1903

1906

1907

1913

John Angus DUNNING (born 1903)

Eldest child of Charles and Jessie Dunning. Became a Rhodes Scholar in 1925 and represented NZ in cricket. Married Gwen Smith about 1925. Charles Clarke refers to him as Jack Dunning in the diary.

1912

1925

1928

Angus Roderick DUNNING (born 1891)

3rd child of Archibald (Archie) and Catherine Dunning. Known as Pat Dunning. Married Dorothy Greenwood Sep 1921.

1904

1910

  • November: 6th

1911

1912

1913

1914

1919

1920

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

Mary Kathleen DUNNING (born 1905)

2nd child of Charles Edward (Charlie) and Jessie Dunning

1905

  • September: 6th

1916

1924

1925

1927

Archibald McArthur Jnr DUNNING (born 1893)

Fourth child of Archibald McArthur (Archie) and Catherine Dunning. He married Charlena Bond in Jan 1920 and had 2 children.

1911

1917

1919

1920

1921

1923

1924

1925

1927

1928

Edward James DUNNING (born 1913)

Third child of William and Annie Dunning. Drowned at Murrays Bay in 1947

1918

1922

1923

1925

1926

  • September: 5th

1928

  • November: 4th

1929

Ronald DUNNING (born 1920)

Seventh child of William John and Annie Dunning. Married Ida May Thomson

1920

Winifred DUNNING (born 1916)

Fifth child of William and Annie Dunning. Died of diphtheria aged 5 years.

1922

Nancy May TOMICH (nee DUNNING) (born 1926)

Second child of Angus Roderick and Dorothy Dunning. (Pat and Dolly). Married Ivan Frank Tomich act 1947 and had 7 children between 1947 and 1960

1927

1928

Owen John DUNNING (born 1928)

Third child of Angus Roderick and Dorothy Dunning. (Pat and Dolly). Married Marie Isabelle Ansell and had 3 children between 1952 and 1956.

1928

Mrs Catherine DUNNING (nee MATHESON) (born 1863)

Fifth child of Angus and Jessie Matheson. She married Archibald Dunning and had 8 children between 1888 and 1901. She died in 1941.

1901

1902

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1911

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1914

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1918

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1920

1921

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1929

Mrs Mary DUNNING (nee MCARTHUR) (born 1839)

Married John Dunning (who was born in 1829) in about 1857 and had 10 children which included Jim Dunning (Clarkes son in law). She is referred to in the CSC diaries variously as 'Mrs Dunning, 'Old Mrs Dunning' and then later 'Mrs Dunning Senr' She died in 1916 aged 77. (In the TNG ancestors she is I2809)

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1890

1891

1900

  • September: 7th

1901

1902

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1904

  • November: 5th

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1911

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1914

1915

1916

Annie DUNNING (nee HARPER)

Daughter of William Harper, married William Dunning 1908, they had 9 children between 1910 and 1924. The 5th child, Winifred, died of diphtheria aged 5 in 1922.

1898

1901

1903

1908

  • December: 2nd

1910

  • November: 2nd

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1917

1918

1919

1920

1921

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1926

1927

1928

Mrs Jessie DUNNING (nee MATHESON) (born 1876)

11th child and 7th daughter of Angus and Jessie Matheson. Married Charles Edward Dunning (Known as Charlie Dunning). Died 1950

1901

1905

  • September: 6th

1911

1915

1916

1923

1924

1926

1929

Dorothy Elizabeth DUNNING (nee GREENWOOD) (born 1893)

Second child of John and Mary Greenwood. Married Angus Roderick Dunning in 1921 and had 7 children between 1923 and 1936. Died April 1982.

1922

1924

1927

1928

DUNNING BEACH

Temporary entry till we sort out where the Dunning family home was located. See entry for John Dunning Snr (288) and various diary entries referencing 'Dunnings Beach'

1890

1892

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1897

1898

1900

1904

1909

1910

1911

1912

1915

1916

Mr Ellis DYER

Mr Dyer has a place in Pakiri on level ground with a deep creek close by. He ran the Pakiri Post Office

1865

  • November: 5th

1866

1867

1889

1891

1892

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1898

1899

1901

  • December: 8th

William Ellis DYER (born 1890)

One of Mr Dyers sons. Known as Billy

1866

1867

Charlie DYER (born 1851)

A son of Mr Ellis Dyer. Charlie Dyer died 21 December 1897 from cancer of the lip.

1866

1867

1892

1897

Miss Alice Ruth DYER (born 1888)

One of Mr and Mrs Dyer's two daughters. Probably known as Ruth

1900

1901

Harry DYER

1894

1896

Ralph Neaton DYER (born 1892)

One of Mr and Mrs Dyer's sons.

1901

Mrs DYER

Wife of Mr Ellis Dyer. The have 2 daughters, Ruth and ?

1900

1901

Messrs EARLE & MONTGMERY

Retailer in Auckland

1888

1893

Miss EDE

1890

Mr EDWARD

1862

Mrs EDWARD

1862

Captain EDWARD

1862

Mr ELLINGHAM

1890

Mr A ELLIOTT

Edith ENGLAND (nee TORKINGTON) (born 1908)

Second child of Harold & Flo Torkington, Married William England 1930. Died 1993

1911

  • September: 3rd

1912

Revd A ENGLISH

1896

Mrs EYRE

1888

1890

Mr FABLING

1862

Mr Francis FENTON

1890

Ernest FENTON

Possibly lived in Wangaripo Valley

1894

Annie FENTON (nee MATHESON) (born 1875)

10th child of Angus and Jessie Matheson Married abt 1905 to Francis Fenton

1897

1898

1900

1901

1902

1903

Mrs Catherine MATHESON (nee FINLAYSON) (born 1826)

Duncan Mathesons wife. Married 1858 in Waipu by Norman McLeod. Died 1914

1867

1891

1910

Archibald FINLAYSON (born 1835)

Was born about 1835

1893

Miss FLATT

A pupil teacher at Little Omaha school

1888

1891

George FLETCHER

1890

1894

1896

1901

1902

Mrs Matilda Augusta FORDHAM

Fordham family mother. Her husband Sydney died in 1880. They had 5 daughters and 2 sons. Their youngest daughter, Laura, died at age 18 in 1887. They were a very musical family. They lived in "Ferndale House, Omaha". Mr and Mrs Fordham arrived in Auckland in 1855. Their house is described in the Daily Southern Cross in 1876 as "one of the finest in the district".

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1889

1890

1891

1892

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1895

  • November: 2nd

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

Herbert FORDHAM

Son of Mrs Fordham.

1889

1890

1891

1896

1898

1901

Mr Sydney George FORDHAM

Eldest son of Mrs Fordham.

1889

1890

1891

1892

1897

1901

Emily FORDHAM

Daughter of Mrs Fordham.

1892

1895

  • December: 5th

1896

  • November: 1st

Miss Clara FORDHAM

Daughter of Mrs Fordham. She was a music teacher and often played the harmonium in church. Her birthday 3 May

1888

  • December: 7th

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1899

1900

1901

Miss Eunice FORDHAM

Eldest daughter of Mrs Fordham. Married Richard James Clark in 1889.

1893

1895

  • September: 8th
  • December: 5th

1896

1897

Miss FORDHAM

The Miss Fordhams included Emily, Clara and Eunice

1898

Mr FOSTER

An old ship mate of Charles Clarke

1865

1866

Eva FREARSON

1888

1894

1896

1898

1902

  • September: 9th

Walter FREARSON (born 1891)

Owned neighbouring property to C S Clarke at Omaha. In 1912 they bought property in Henderson

1888

1889

1890

1891

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1900

1901

1902

1903

Mrs Amy FREARSON (nee LANGDON)

Walter Frearson's wife. They married in December 1902 in Auckland. Amy died in childbirth in Leigh aged 27 on 21 Nov 1905. The child also died.

1902

Frearsons

The Frearson family consisting of Walter and Amy. Amy died in 1905.

1903

Mr H. R. FRENCH

Wesleyan minister

1902

1903

Mr FRISBY

1862

Revd G. FROST

Clergyman

1900

1901

  • February: 3rd

Lord GAINSBOROUGH

1862

Ada GREENWOOD (nee GALLIE)

Miss Gallie, Leigh School teacher from May 1904 to April 1906. She married Arthur Greenwood.

1906

Mr GEORGE

Has a farm at Waitakere

Mr GIBBONS

C S Clarke met the two Mr Gibbons at Onehunga during a visit to Mr Philp's place.

1865

Miss GIBBS

1862

Thomas GIBBS

1862

  • December: 1st

Dave GLASS

Mr GLASS

Mrs GLASS

Mr GOATLY

1890

Miss GODFREY

1862

Mr Andrew GOLDIE

A friend of Clarkes who lives at Shoal Bay, North Shore. Mr Goldie came out to NZ on the same ship as Clarke. Andrew Goldie is listed among the passengers who arrived on the Queen of Beauty with Clarke. He is listed on on Lake Rd, Devonport in the 1875-1876 Wise's directory.

1865

1866

1867

Mr John S GOODWIN

A school inspector

1891

1892

Erdie GOODWIN

A returned trooper and husband of Walter Frearson's sister

1901

Annie GOODWIN

1900

Mrs GOODWIN

A sister of Walter Frearson. She has 2 daughters, Annie and ?

1901

George GOYAR

A friend of Charles Clarkes son, John

1896

Mr GRAHAM

Was in hospital with a cut foot. unknown

1889

1890

Mrs GRANTS

Probably a boarding house keeper in Hobson St, Auckland

1866

Alfred GRAVATT

1889

1890

1894

1901

Charles Edward (Charlie) GRAVATT (born 1866)

Married Edith Harding in 1897. Died in 1959.

1889

1891

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1901

1902

1903

Mr Edward GRAVATT (born 1836)

Father of Alfred and Charlie Gravatt. Lived at Pakiri. Died in 1892 aged 58. "For many years a school teacher and layreader in this district"

1888

1891

1892

Ernest GRAVATT

Lived at Coromandel. Was killed by a log rolling on him in 1901, buried in Pakiri. His wife was Jessie Witten.

1899

1901

Trevor Edward Harding GRAVATT (born 1902)

Third child of Charles and Edith Gravatt

1902

Mrs Mary Ann GRAVATT

Mother of the Gravatt family that lived at Pakiri. Wife of Edward Gravatt. She died in 1903 in her 60th year.

1893

1895

1896

  • December: 6th

1898

1899

1900

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1903

Jessie GRAVATT (nee WITTEN)

Wife of Ernest Gravatt who was killed in the Coromandel by a falling log.

1889

1890

  • September: 2nd

1894

1896

Edith GRAVATT (nee HARDING)

One of the Miss Hardings. Married Charles Gravatt in 1897.

1895

1896

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

Mrs Mary GRAVATT (nee LLOYD)

Ellen (Nellie) Lloyd's elder sister. Lived at the Lloyd family home at Ti Point before marrying Alf Gravatt of Pakiri.

1893

1899

1902

Elizabeth Jessie GRAVATT (nee WYATT) (born 1900)

Daughter of John Charles Wyatt (Charlie) and Maggie. And sister of John Charles Edgar Wyatt (Eddie), George Wyatt and Jim Wyatt. Married Trevor Gravatt in March 1925

1900

William GREENWOOD

William and Dorothy Greenwood were the senior Greenwoods and had 3 sons and 3 daughters. Another William Greenwood elder brother who was a widower. William Greenwood also leased land at Devonport while he and the sons developed the Omaha property.

1865

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1901

1902

Willie GREENWOOD

Son of William Greenwood

1866

1867

James (Jim) GREENWOOD

Son of Willam Greenwood. He was sentenced to three years for forgery in March 1891

1867

1888

1889

1891

1893

1901

Joseph (Joe) GREENWOOD (born 1854)

Third son of William Greenwood. Married Isabella Matheson who died suddenly aged 31 in 1890. Joe Greenwood remarried Annie Irving Laybourn in 1892.

1867

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1889

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1901

1902

  • February: 2nd

Sarah WRIGHT (nee GREENWOOD) (born 1866)

William Greenwood's youngest daughter who married William Wright. She played harmonium in church.

1888

1892

1894

John GREENWOOD (born 1865)

A son of William Greenwood Snr. Married Hannah Birdsall in 1891. The couple lived at the top of the Leigh Hill on a sheep and beef farm known as Dovedale and had seven children all of whom either became or married farmers. There is another Greenwood called Johny. Is it #481? He is married to Winnie, see diary entry 16 June 1922

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  • February: 3rd

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1900

1901

1902

1903

Ted GREENWOOD

1889

1890

Miss GREENWOOD

This is possibly Sarah Greenwood.

1890

1892

1893

Martha WRIGHT (nee GREENWOOD)

1891

1896

John GREENWOOD (born 1817)

The brother of William Greenwood senior. John Greenwood died in 1901 aged 84. See the diary entry for Feb 5th & 6th 1901. BDM online reference 1901/538

1901

Mrs Alice HANDBY (nee GREENWOOD)

Daughter of William Greenwood. Married Thomas Handby in 1887. Mr & Mrs Handby lived on the old Pakiri road just past the Goat Island turnoff from Leigh. Alice died in 1936 aged 78.

1892

1893

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1900

1901

1902

Evelyn GREENWOOD

1893

1895

1897

Joseph Elliot GREENWOOD

Was baptised 5 Nov 1893. Son of Mr Joseph Greenwood

1893

  • November: 5th

1900

Irwin Dawson GREENWOOD (born 1902)

Fifth child of John and Mary Hannah Greenwood.

1902

Mrs Isabella GREENWOOD (nee MATHESON)

Joseph Greenwood's wife - also a Matheson cousin. She died in 1890 aged 31.

1888

1889

1890

Mrs Dorothy GREENWOOD

"Old Mrs Greenwood". Died in 1891 aged 71.

1890

1891

Mrs Anne Irving GREENWOOD (nee LAYBOURN)

Second wife of Joseph Greenwood. Were married August 1892

1891

1892

1901

GREENWOODS PROPERTY

Land grant of 113 acres next to Kirkbrides section

1865

1896

Revd GRIFFITH

1892

Mr GUBB

Maybe an ancestor of the people who ran Gubbs Motors in Warkworth

1888

Mr HADWICK

Lived at Dacres Claim.

1888

1891

1894

1896

1897

1898

1903

Mrs HADWICK

Lived at Dacres Claim.

1889

Thomas HANDBY (born 1849)

Friends of Charles Clarke. Thomas died in 1913 when he was knocked off the Leigh wharf road by a runaway horse. Mr & Mrs Handby lived on the old Pakiri road just past the Goat Island turnoff from Leigh.

1888

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1902

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1911

Miss HANDBY

Clarke possibly meant to write Mrs Handby here. It doesn't appear that Mr and Mrs Thomas Handby had any children. "Miss Hanby" (or Handby) appears only once in the diaries.

1894

Mr HANLEY

Possibly a teacher at Little Omaha school.

1867

HANSEN

A crew member of the Isabella

1865

Mr HANSEN

The blacksmith at Te Araroa

1903

Miss Alice Maude HARDING

1896

Miss Francis Sarah HARDING (born 1869)

A teacher at the school from April 1895 until 1897. One of the daughters of Mary and Charles Harding. She was married in 1903. She is probably the "Miss Harding" referred to after her sister was married as she is the second eldest. Stayed with the Clarke family for Christmas for several years running.

1895

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1899

1900

1901

1902

Miss Mary Eliza HARDING

Mary Eliza Harding was the eldest of the Harding girls, so is probably who CS Clarke refers to as Miss Harding, at least prior to her marriage in 1897. Her sister Francis Harding became a teacher at the school in 1895. After this date "Miss Harding" refers to her.

1893

1895

1896

1897

Charles HARDING

Brother of the Miss Hardings.

1894

1895

1896

1898

1899

Mr Charles HARDING

Father of the Miss Hardings. Died in London in 1895. He was a "vocalist" who had toured the colonies with an opera company.

1895

Mrs Mary HARDING

Mother of the Miss Hardings and wife of Charles Harding who died in 1895 in London. Lived in Auckland from 1896.

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

  • November: 4th

1903

Miss Hardings

Mary and Charles Harding had four daughters but only two of them are referred to individually by name by CS Clarke. At least three of these daughters were musically talented. They left the district in 1896. They were very friendly with the Clarke girls.

1893

1894

1895

1896

Mr HARDWICK

1892

1900

  • February: 3rd

Mrs HARDWICK

1889

Edward Joseph HARPER

Proprietor of the Cumberland Hotel and Store. In PapersPast it is recorded that he took over the hotel and store in December 1890

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

Mrs HARPER

Wife of Joe Harper (E J Harper)

1891

1893

  • December: 3rd

1898

  • November: 7th

1900

1901

Harpers

The store at the Cumberland Hotel

1903

Miss HARRISON

1862

Mr HARRISON

1862

Harry

Associated with the vessel The Dot

1867

Mr HARVEY

Lived in the district until about 1898.

1892

1893

1894

1895

1898

Mrs HARVEY

Wife of Mr Harvey.

1892

1895

Revd J HASELDEN

Reverend J. Haselden. Clarke refers to him as both 'Mr' and 'Revd'

1888

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

Alexander John HASKELL (born 1864)

Married Evelyn Sullivan in 1896

1888

1889

1890

1891

1893

1895

1896

1898

1900

1901

1902

1903

Mary Anne MATHESON (nee HASKELL) (born 1868)

Alexander Matheson's wife.

1890

1892

1893

1895

Evelyn HASKELL (nee SULLIVAN) (born 1864)

Alexander Haskell's wife.

1895

1896

1900

Ann HASKELL (nee MATHESON) (born 1823)

Married Cyrus Haskell in 1859. Cyrus died in 1885. They had 3 children, the eldest being Alexander (Alex) John born in 1864 who married Evelyn Sullivan in 1896. The youngest was Mary Anne born in 1868 who married Alexander Matheson in 1893. Ann Haskell died in 1901.

1892

  • December: 8th

1894

1896

1901

HASKELLS

They owned a neighbouring property. The family consisted of Alex Haskell, his sister Mary Anne (she married Alexander Matheson in 1893), their mother Mrs (Ann) Haskell. The father Cyrus Haskell died in 1885. Alex Haskell married Evelyn Sullivan in 1896.

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

  • September: 5th

1896

1897

1900

1901

  • December: 7th

1903

Revd HASLAM

Mr HAY

1862

John HAYNES

1862

Mr George HEALD (born 1880)

Mr Heald of Heald Bros station, situated up the Taurangakautuku River, passed the De Lautours station and passed the Maori 500 acre block. Te Araroa

1903

Mr Harold HEALD (born 1883)

Brother of George Heald. Both brothers own the Heald Bros Station, situated up the Taurangakautuku River, passed the De Lautours station and passed the Maori 500 acre block. Te Araroa.

1903

George HEDGER

1888

1892

Mrs HENEY

A relieving teacher in place of Miss Sarah Niccol who had lost her voice in September 1898

1898

Hetty

Revd T P HEWLETT

Lives at Mt Eden, Auckland

1889

1890

Mr HILLS

A soliciter in Auckland

1866

Mrs HILLS

Probably Mrs Walter's sister

1889

Miss HILLS

1891

Mr HILLS

brother in law of Mr Walters

1891

Mr HOLGATE

From Kawau

1892

1895

Alfred HUDSON

Husband of Elisabeth (Charles Clarke's sister). They lived in Leicester

1862

Mr HUDSON

A lay reader

1867

Mr HUGHES

A Solicitor in Auckland

1865

HUNTER

Miss HUTCHINSON

A teacher at the Little Omaha school. She took over from Miss Sarah Niccol and arrived with her mother on September 4th 1900

1900

1901

1902

1903

Willie HUTTON

1862

Miss HUTTON

1862

HUTTONS

1862

Mr ISLIP

1862

Mr Thomas ISLIP

1862

Jack

Do not know who Jack was except that he was married and lived at Big Omaha.

1865

Mr JACKSON

1889

1890

1897

Mr JAMES

Lived in Avondale

1894

Mrs JAMES

Lived in Avondale

1894

Mr Thomas JENNINGS

Son of Mr G. Jennings. Lives at Te Arai. His wife was Miss Annie Young

1897

John

Known as John the Portuguese. Is captain of the Ono

1865

Dr JOHNSON

Dr Johnson is included in a story told by Middlewood Kirkbride to Clarke

1866

Revd JOHNSTON

Mr & Mrs JONES

1888

Miss KEARY

1891

James Angus KEMPT (born 1845)

A son of Gregor Kempt who was lost on the ship "William Pope" in 1861. Died in 1872.

1865

1866

1900

Alexander (Alex) KEMPT

The Senior Kempt.

1866

1888

1893

1895

1900

1902

Mrs Catherine MCKENZIE (nee KEMPT)

Margaret KNAGGS (nee KEMPT)

Margaret Kempt married Thomas Knaggs

1866

1867

Miss KEMPT

1865

1866

1894

1899

1901

John KEMPT

John Kempt owned a block of land adjacent to Clarkes in the 1860s. He married Annie and they lived at Waipu in their later years. John Kempt died in Auckland Hospital, Oct 1907. Annie died in 1902.

1866

1867

1902

  • September: 6th

1907

Alex KEMPT

Alex Kemp Junior

1866

Miss Jessie KEMPT

Died 20th November 1889

1889

Ellen Marjory Margaret Agnes MATHESON (nee KEMPT) (born 1875)

Wife of Duncan John Matheson, son of Angus Matheson

1893

1894

Daniel KEMPT

Eldest son of Alexander Kempt. Father of William Daniel Kempt who was born 1886

1890

  • February: 2nd

1895

  • September: 8th
  • December: 8th

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

Alister KEMPT (born 1869)

Third son of Alexander Kempt. He died in Auckland Hospita after an illness of several months.

1892

William Daniel KEMPT (born 1886)

See BDM online. Father was Daniel. Mother was Harriet

1901

Isabella KNAGGS (nee KEMPT)

Wife of George Knaggs, married in 1866. Died in 1915.

1902

Mr KENSINGTON

unknown

1888

Mr KING

Husband of Mrs King whom C S Clarke cites as "my friend Mrs King of Brookville"

1865

Mrs KING

Friend of C S Clarke. Lives in Auckland and came from Brookville

1865

Middlewood KIRKBRIDE

After leaving Little Omaha, he bought a farm at Mangere, Was a lay reader and became Vicar of Mangere. A good friend of Clarkes

1865

1866

1867

1888

1900

Matthew KIRKBRIDE

The second son belonging to Mrs Kirkbride. He died in November 1906.

1866

1889

1892

  • November: 6th

1903

Mrs Frances PICKEN (nee KIRKBRIDE)

Frances was the only daughter in the Kirkbride family. She married Captain Picken

1866

1867

Mrs KIRKBRIDE

A widow and mother of the 4 children living at Little Omaha

1865

1866

1867

KIRKBRIDES

The Kirkbride family home at Little Omaha. The family consisted of a widowed mother and three sons and one daughter.

1865

1866

1889

Mr KIRKBY

1862

Willie KIRKBY

1862

George William KNAGGS (born 1841)

Married Isabella Kempt in 1866. Died 1914 Leigh. See http://atonz.com/carol/family/

1866

1867

1889

1890

1891

1893

  • November: 8th

1894

1896

1897

1900

1903

Thomas Wilson KNAGGS

The elder of the senior Knaggs brothers, so probably who is referred to as "Mr Knaggs". Married Margaret Kempt in 1867. Thomas Wilson Knaggs was also the name of one of George Knaggs' sons, who he seems to refer to as just Wilson Knaggs.

1867

1891

1896

  • November: 6th

1897

1898

1900

1902

Duncan William KNAGGS (born 1868)

Son of George and Isabella Knaggs. Probably lived at Ti Point. Married Eva Clara Rollinson on 25 May 1891 (Online BDM 1891/250)

1888

1889

1890

  • February: 2nd

1891

1892

1893

1894

1900

1901

1902

Wilson KNAGGS

This is probably Thomas Wilson Knaggs, son of George and Isabella Knaggs.

1896

1897

1900

Richard John KNAGGS (born 1870)

Married Miss Anna Wilhelmina Caroline Zanders 27 July 1898, probably at Ti Point. She was born 1875, died 1912 There was a house marked 'Zander's House' situated quite close to the actual point at Ti Point. See the "Portion of Parish of Omaha" maps 1887.

1898

1911

John Blythe KNAGGS (born 1900)

Son of Duncan and Eva Knaggs. Born 24 July 1900 BDM online registration number 1900/6008

1900

  • September: 7th

Mr J. W. KNAGGS

Leonard Gilbert KNAGGS (born 1901)

First child of Duncan and Eva Knaggs who probably lived at Ti Point

1901

Eva Clara KNAGGS (nee ROLLINSON)

Duncan Knaggs' wife. Died June 1912 from an illness following childbirth.

1891

1892

1900

  • September: 7th

1903

1911

Elizabeth Jane WYATT (nee KNIGHT) (born 1842)

Wife of John Wyatt (John the younger). She had 12 children. Often referred to as "Aunt Jane", as she was the aunt of CS Clarke's children.

1865

1889

1895

1898

1900

1910

Mrs Isabel KNOWLES

The school teacher from August 1917 who came to Leigh with her three children and her mother. She wrote and recited a poem in honour of CS Clarke called "The Early Settlers" at Willie and Grace's send off in 1920.

Miss LABOURN (nee TIPLADY)

Married Mark Labourn

1897

Mrs LANE

unknown

1889

Mr W LANE

unknown

1888

  • December: 9th

1889

1890

1892

1893

1898

Arthur LARKINS

Unknown

1888

Mr Ernest LATHAM

Charles Clarke's great nephew who visited Clarke in 1892

1892

Revd F. LATTER

Clergyman

1903

Mr LAUCHAU

1890

Revd J LAW

Weslyan clergyman

1894

1895

Adam LAYBOURN

The Adam Laybourn estate

1888

1889

Mr Mark LAYBOURN

Married Miss Tiplady whom Clarke knew prior to meeting he again as Mrs Laybourn

1897

Mr C E LEEDS

From Matakana. A banker? Possibly an election official.

1902

Mr LEGGE

1889

Mr LEPPER

unknown

1889

Miss LIDDELL

1867

Mr LIDDELL

1867

Mr LIDDELL

The storekeeper at Te Araroa. He is a bachelor.

1903

Mr LIVOCK

Lived at Dacres Claim

1889

Miss Ellen LLOYD (born 1874)

Known as Nellie. She was born in 1874 and died in 1960. Never married. For around 50 years she lived alone in the old farming cottage across the road from Joe and Minnie Torkington at Ti Point.

1893

1897

1902

1913

Miss LLOYD

Friend of Grace Clarkes ie Willie's wife. No relation of the Lloyds at Ti Point.

1911

Captain William LLOYD (born 1844)

The father of Ellen (Nellie) Lloyd and Mary Lloyd. The Loyd family lived opposite Joe and Minnies property on Ti Point road. Captain Lloyd died in 1912 and his wife a few years later.

1902

  • November: 9th

Mrs LLOYD

The mother of Ellen (Nellie) Lloyd. Mrs Lloyd died about 1914. Lloyds house and property was situated opposite Joe and Minnies property on Ti Point road.

1896

1897

1899

1901

  • September: 3rd

1903

Mr LOTHIAN

1890

Mr LOVEROCKS

Lives in Edwards St, Auckland

1865

Revd W. E. LUSH

Clergyman

1898

Dr MACKELLOR

1890

1894

Mr MAIMBURG

1888

Henry MAITLAND (born 1842)

First husband of Joanna Matheson

1902

Johanna MAITLAND (nee MATHESON) (born 1827)

Johanna Matheson was the daughter of Alexander and Margaret Matheson. She married Henry Maitland in 1868 with whom she had 2 children between 1863 and 1870. Henry Maitland died in 1884 and Johanna re married George McKay in 1888. She died in Auckland in 1902.

1902

MARSHALL

Mr & Mrs and family

1867

Mr MARSHALL

He owned a saw mill at the junction of Queen & Grey St, Auckland.

Revd G. T. MARSHALL

Wesleyan Minister

1902

1903

Mr MASEFIELD

1895

1896

1897

1898

Mr W F MASSEY

Parliament candidate

Revd J J MATHER

1888

1889

1890

Angus MATHESON (born 1825)

Second son of Ewen and Isabella Matheson and brother of Duncan Matheson. They sailed the Immigrant ship Spray from Nova Scotia to NZ. Both brothers settled and raised families at Mathesons Bay near Leigh. Died in 1887.

1866

Duncan MATHESON (born 1822)

Eldest son of Ewen and Isabella Matheson and brother of Angus Matheson. They sailed the Immigrant ship Spray from Nova Scotia to NZ. Both brothers settled and raised families at Mathesons Bay near Leigh

1865

1866

Alexander MATHESON (born 1856)

The eldest son and second child of Angus and Jessie Matheson, ie Christina's eldest brother. Owned (or was given or inherited) the block of Matheson land near Goat Island and Cape Rodney. Married Mary Anne Haskell, daughter of Cryus Haskell and Anne Matheson on 30 March 1893. Alex & Mary's children included Angus Matheson who died at Trentham, Cyrus Matheson killed in France during WW1, Annie Whalen, Alexander Jessie Matheson (Sandy), Jessie Birdsall, Roderick Douglas Matheson (Roddy), Rosa Mary Haskell Matheson (Rosa).

1888

1892

1893

1894

1898

1900

1901

1902

1903

Norman McLeod MATHESON (born 1864)

Sixth child and second son of Angus and Jessie Matheson. Married Mary Bond about 1895 and had 6 children.

1888

1894

1901

1902

1905

1911

Roderick MATHESON (born 1871)

A son of Angus Matheson. He died about 1940

1888

1891

1898

Mrs Jessie MATHESON (nee MATHESON) (born 1834)

Wife of Angus Matheson. Lived at Matheson's Bay. Died in 1900. Had 11 children between years about 1854 and 1887.

1900

Duncan John MATHESON (born 1869)

Sixth child and third son of Angus Matheson

1888

Roderick MATHESON (born 1861)

A son of Duncan Mathesons. He married Eva Cordelia Meiklejohn in 1894. He died 1915

1898

1901

Ian Meiklejohn MATHESON (born 1898)

Born 11 January 1898. Father was Roderick Matheson. Mother was Eva Cordelia Matheson Nee Meiklejohn.

Miss Margaret (Peggy) MATHESON (born 1815)

Born about 1815. Sister of Jessie Matheson, sister in law of Angus Matheson. She never married.

1893

1899

Mrs Christina SMITH (nee MATHESON) (born 1861)

Paternal Grandmother of Vern Smith. Married John Smith. The Smith family lived at Ti Point and moved to Auckland in August 1898

1898

Miss Christina Ann MATHESON (born 1863)

Daughter of Duncan & Catherine Matheson. Was known as Christy and also as Aunty Chris. Never married. Lived with her mother at Matheson Bay. Later moved to Kamo

1899

1901

1910

Annie Catherine WHALEN (nee MATHESON) (born 1897)

Married Frank Whalen in 1922

Alexander Jesse MATHESON (born 1900)

Known as Sandy, he was the fourth child of Alexander Matheson who in turn was the second child of Angus Matheson. Sandy married Agnes Torkington in 1926

Mrs Margaret NEELEY (nee MATHESON) (born 1859)

Wife of Mr Willliam Neeley. They had 10 children between 1884 and 1901. She died 1923

1901

Agnes Mary MATHESON (nee TORKINGTON) (born 1903)

Second daughter of Joe & Minnie Torkington and Charles Clarkes grand daughter. Married Alexander Jesse Matheson (Sandy) 1926

1911

Frances Eileen MATHESON (nee TORKINGTON) (born 1908)

Fourth child of Joe & Minnie Torkington and Charles Clarkes grand daughter. Married Roderick Douglas Matheson 1927 and had eight children. Died 1988

MATHESONS BAY

1865

1892

1893

MATHESONS PROPERTY

1865

1888

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

  • December: 8th

1897

1899

Mr MATTHEW

Possibly Sandy Matthew

1867

1888

1891

1897

Mr MATTHEW

Lived at Warkworth or possibly Matakana

1894

Mr MATTHEWS

Lived at Big Omaha.

1898

Miss MAUNDER

Unknown

1902

May

unknown

1889

Charlie MAYALL

Friend of the Simpsons in Ponsonby

1903

Mr MAYOS

Lived at Drury

Ernest MCCARTHY

Died at Little Barrier Island

P MCDEVIT

1894

Mr MCDONALD

Miss MCGILL

Captain Alexander MCGREGOR

Captain and founder and owner of the McGregor Steam Ship Co. Died in January 1901. NZ Herald 14 Jan 1901 ...Messrs William and Malcolm G. McGregor are sons. ...Allen and Roy McGregor are grandsons. ...John McGregor is a brother. ...Alexander McGregor is a cousin.

1891

Mr W. A. MCGREGOR

Manager of the McGregor Steamship Co

1902

  • November: 3rd

Hector MCGUIRE

Ship builder, built vessel at Little Omaha

1865

1866

Mr MCKEE

Miss MCKENZIE

From Waipu. Christened the Banshee.

1865

Captain Johnny MCKENZIE

Owns and captains the schooner Isabella. Clarke's notes on the history of Leigh has his name as Kenneth a cousin of Red Kenneth whose name was also Kenneth McKenzie. But Clarke refers to him as Johnny in his diary.

1865

1866

Kenneth (Red Kenneth) MCKENZIE

Kenneth McKenzie. Known as Red Kenneth. Seems to be Johnny McKenzies cousin. Clarke bought 80 acres of land from Red Kenneth.

1865

1866

Mr Dan MCKENZIE

Perhaps married in early 1901. See diary entry 14 May 1901

1901

Miss MCKENZIE

1902

1903

Joanna MCKENZIE

A MCKENZIE

Alexander MCKENZIE (born 1825)

Married Catherine Kempt

1866

Revd Robert MCKINNEY

A much respected and energetic minister who carried out his work in Warkworth from 1856 until retirement in 1904. Died in 1905.

1866

1893

1897

1898

1900

1901

1902

1903

Mrs MCKINNON

Purchased Clarke's land on the hill, 55 acres for £27 . 10 . 0.

1900

Captain MCKINVAN

Captain of the steamer ??

1902

Captain MCKINVEN

A ships officer on one of the steamers that called in to Leigh.

1891

1901

Mr MCLACHLAN

Hotel keeper at Te Araroa. He has a son called Oliver.

1903

Oliver MCLACHLAN

Son of Mr McLachlan the Hotel keeper at Te Araroa. Oliver seems to run the McLachlan Station at Pukeamaru

1903

Mr MCLAUGHLIN

Mr MCLEAN

A passenger on board the ferry

John MCLEOD

Tendered to build a new church / school.

1866

Murdoch MCLEOD

Miss MCLEOD

1901

Mr MCLIVER

Has a sawmill somewhere on the new road to Pakiri

1865

Revd MCMURRAY

Clergyman at St Marys , Parnell

Mr MCQUARRY

1866

  • November: 4th

Mrs MCQUARRY

1867

Mr MEIKLEJOHN

Lived in Big Omaha. This was probably John, though its possible it was Jim. See website http://bomht.org/ for history of the Meiklejohn family.

1865

1866

1867

Alexander MEIKLEJOHN

1867

1890

1895

1901

Mr Septimus MEIKLEJOHN

1888

1892

1903

Mrs Septimus MEIKLEJOHN

1888

Mr John MEIKLEJOHN (born 1834)

Son of James Strange Meiklejohn. He married Cordelia Alley and they had 10 children. He died 5 Nov 1902

1892

1893

1902

  • November: 6th

Mr W MEIKLEJOHN

Edgar MEIKLEJOHN (born 1875)

10th child of James Strange & Catherine Meiklejohn Married Stella McLeod

1891

1914

Mr Heber MEIKLEJOHN (born 1861)

Married Martha Nahor Dunning about 1887 and they had 3 children. Martha died about 1894. Heber married again to Janet Maud Serjeant in 1901 and they had 1 child.

1900

1901

Kate MEIKLEJOHN

1897

Miss Nellie MEIKLEJOHN

1900

William Alfred Douglas MEIKLEJOHN (born 1864)

Possibly this is the Wm Meiklejohn associated with the Matakana butter factory.

1902

Janet Maud MEIKLEJOHN (nee SERJEANT)

Married Heber Meiklejohn about Sept 1901 and they had 1 child, Serjeant Frederick.

1901

  • September: 4th

1902

Dame Nellie MELBA (born 1861)

Dame Nellie Melba GBE was an Australian operatic soprano.

1903

MILLER

1890

1891

Mrs Emily WYATT (nee MILLS) (born 1852)

Emily Mills married Joseph Wyatt

1891

Mrs T MILLS

Probably a relation of Emily Mills who married Joseph Wyatt

Miss MILLS

1893

  • December: 3rd

1901

Sam MILLS

1895

William MIREHOUSE

William Mirehouse was the Licensee of the Accommodation House at Little Omaha. He died August 1889. The following notice appeared in the NZ Herald on 14 May 1888. I, WILLIAM MIREHOUSE, of Omaha, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, and will, at the next Licensing Meeting to be holden at Omaha, on the fifth day of June, apply for a certificate authorising the issue of an Accommodation License for premises situate at Omaha. Dated the 7th day of May, 1888. WILLIAM MIREHOUSE.

1888

1889

Mrs MIREHOUSE

1889

Miss MITCHELL

Miss Michell seems to have been a companion to Miss Sarah Niccol who also provided domestic help for Sarah.

1898

1899

1900

Mr MITTON

1862

Mr MOAT

unknown

1888

Charlie MOLLER

Captain of the "Stag". Black Charlie?

1866

1867

Mr MONK

1893

Mr Thomas Stewart MONKHOUSE

Came over from England in 1863 with 2 or 3 children. Lived in Little Omaha on flat land near the beach. They also had a land grant next to Kempts 80 acres. Mr Monkhouse was a scenic artist and also painted sets for theatres in Thames. After a few years they returned to England leaving their residence in the possession of Joe Battersby, their manservant.

1865

1866

1867

Joe MONKHOUSE

One of the Monkhouse sons?

1865

  • November: 6th

Mrs Ellen MONKHOUSE

Wife of Thomas Stewart Monkhouse.

1866

Earle MONTGOMERY

Unknown

1888

Mr MOODY

Seems to be associated with Miss Harding Mentioned in the diary on 7th Mar and 22 July, 1900

1900

1903

Mr Geo MOOR

A valuer and also a preacher?

1888

1889

  • December: 8th

1890

1891

Mr MOREHOUSE

unknown

1888

Mr Jas MORGAN

1890

1894

1896

Sarah Anne MORRIS / WILLETTS (nee WYATT) (born 1870)

Fifth child of John Wyatt (John the younger) Married David Joseph Morris 17 Feb 1897 (BDM)

1891

1894

1897

Mr Edward MORRISON

Orchardist. Lived in Warkworth

1888

1890

1893

1894

1900

Mrs MORRISON

Married to Mr Morrison the orchardist.

1894

1900

Miss MORTIMER

Lives in Ponsonby, Auckland

1903

Mary Ann WYATT (nee MORTON) (born 1819)

Wife of John (the elder) Wyatt

1865

1866

1888

1891

1892

1896

1900

Mr MOUNTSEYS

Lived near Mangere

Mr J M MURRAY

A teacher from Hamilton

John NASH

1889

Frank NEEDHAM

1862

Gilbert NEEDHAM

1862

John NEEDHAM

1862

William NEEDHAM

1862

William NEELEY (born 1855)

Probably William Neeley. Married Margaret Matheson. Should be verified.

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1900

1901

1902

1903

Willena Dawn WYATT (nee NEELEY) (born 1894)

Seventh child of William and Margaret Neely. She married George Knight Leonard Wyatt in 1916 who was killed at Ypres during WW1. They had no children. She remarried William Roland Greenwood in 1933. She died in 1986.

Robert (Bob) NEELEY (born 1884)

Eldest child of William and Margaret Neeley (Nee Matheson). He married Hilda May Darroch and they had 6 children between 1910 and 1920.

1902

1903

Neeleys

The Neeley family. William and Margaret Neeley and 10 children between 184 and 1901

1903

Mr NELSON

1890

1891

1892

Malcolm NICCOL

A brother of Miss Niccol, the school teacher

1897

1899

1903

Annie NICCOL

Sarah Niccol's sister

1897

1900

Ernest NICCOL

A brother of the Niccol sisters

1898

1901

Mrs H NICCOL

Possibly the mother of the Niccol sisters and brothers

1900

Dr NICHOLSON

Was a fellow passenger on the "Queen of Beauty". Lives somewhere beyond River Head, Aririmu (?)

1867

Mrs NICHOLSON

Wife of Dr Nicholson, fellow passengers on the "Queen of Beauty".

1867

Mr NICOL

Mr NOTON

A travelling Salesman

1894

1895

Miss NUTALL

1867

Jocelyn OAKLEY

1862

OAKLEYS

1862

Mr OTWAY

Surveyed the road up from the wharf in1898.

1898

Mr OWEN

Possibly an Auckland retailer. Referred to as Mr G. W. Owens on the 6th August 1866

1865

1866

Mrs PALETHORPE

1862

Mr PALETHORPE

1862

Mr PALMER

Worked on the Steamer

1889

  • November: 5th

Jackson PALMER

Not sure who this person is or what the letters M H R signify. Maybe Member of the House of Representatives. That is, an MP.

1893

1894

Mr PARKER

Associated with the vessel The Dot

1867

Mr Charles Henry PARKES

The husband of Sarah Dorothy Clarke, C S Clarkes eldest sister.

1865

1892

Francis William PARKES (born 1862)

A son of Sarah and Charles Parkes. to whom Charles Clarke was godfather

Mrs T PARKINSON

1900

  • November: 6th

Mr PEACH

1862

Mr PEARSON

1893

1894

Mr William PERCIVAL

unknown

1888

PHILLIPSON

1893

Mr PHILP

An acquaintance of Clarkes. Lives in Onehunga and manages a branch of the Bank of Auckland.

1865

1866

1867

Mrs PHILP

Mr Philps wife. They live at Onehunga. He is the Bank Manager.

1865

Mr POND

Unknown

1866

Miss PORRIT

There were two young Porrits associated with Mrs Dyer

1901

  • December: 8th

Mr George PORTER

Clarke wrote in his History of Leigh that Mr Porter was a compositor by profession and several times went to Auckland to work on the Auckland newspapers to provide necessaries for the family, He was the first one to plant an orchard or make a flower garden, he also introduced water cress into the creeks. The family left the district in 1866 having sold the place to Capt McKenzie, his next neighbour for £70. Mr Porter seems to work and live in Auckland though he sometimes visits and stays at the Porters' house in Little Omaha.

1865

1866

Mrs PORTER

Mr and Mrs Porter lived close to Leigh Village. Mr Porter often spent time in Auckland for his work as a compositor for the Auckland newspapers. Mrs Porter did laundry for Clarke.

1865

1866

Portuguese Joe

Sent firewood to Auckland in October 1865.

1865

1866

William Nathan PRATT (born 1869)

Married CS Clarke's daughter Maud in 1892. One of George and Sarah Pratt's sons. Known as Willie

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

Charlie PRATT (born 1870)

Charley Pratt. One of George and Sarah Pratt's sons.

1888

1889

1892

1893

1894

1895

Thomas Henry PRATT (born 1864)

The eldest of the 13 children of George and Sarah Pratt. Married Annie Elizabeth Stanton, Feb 24 1891

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

Miss Sarah PRATT (born 1875)

Daughter of George and Sarah Pratt.

1888

1889

1890

  • September: 7th

1891

  • December: 7th

1893

Mrs Sarah PRATT

Wife of George Pratt.

1888

  • December: 4th

1889

1890

1892

1894

Mr George PRATT

George and Sarah Pratt were born in Warwickshire, England and came to New Zealand some time before 1867. They had thirteen children, twelve of them born in New Zealand.

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

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1895

1899

1901

1903

Fred PRATT

One of George Pratt's sons

1889

1890

1892

1893

1894

1895

1898

1899

Emma PRATT (born 1867)

One of George and Sarah Pratt's daughters.

1889

1894

Mary Ann PRATT (born 1879)

One of George and Sarah Pratt's daughters.

1890

1891

1892

1893

  • November: 5th

1895

1900

1902

Miss PRATT

This may be Georgina Pratt, who married George Henry Rayner in 1900.

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

George PRATT (born 1873)

Son of George and Sarah Pratt.

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1898

1899

Mrs Sarah PRATT

Wife of George Pratt.

1890

1901

Eunice PRATT

1893

1899

Minnie PRATT

Sister of Willie Pratt who married Maud Clarke.

1893

1901

Florence Mary (Florrie) PRATT (born 1895)

Second child of Maud Mary Pratt, eldest daughter of Charles Clarke and William Nathan Pratt.

1898

1899

Horace William PRATT (born 1892)

Eldest child of William and Maud Mary Pratt. Maud was the eldest daughter of C S Clark who died in 1898. Horace was CSClarkes first grandchild.

1893

1894

1895

1898

1899

1900

1903

1915

Frank PRATT

1899

1901

1903

  • February: 7th

Annie Elizabeth PRATT (nee STANTON)

Thomas Henry Pratt's wife Eldest daughter of James Stanton, Auckland. Were married Feb 25 1891

1892

1893

1894

PRATTS

George and Sarah Pratt were born in Warwickshire, England and came to New Zealand some time before 1867. They had thirteen children, twelve of them born in New Zealand. The family home was on the ridgeline towards Mt Tamahunga. I have a photo of the old derelict house taken about 1960.

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

Mrs PULHAM

1867

Captain PULHAM

Clarke visits him in Auckland. He was an officer of the East India Company's Sea Service and "an active member of the Parochial Committee formed in 1853, and was one of the earliest members of St Matthew’s church in Auckland." He died in 1867.

1865

1866

Mr PULHAM

Possibly Henry William Pulham who was a son of Captain Pulham and lived in Warkworth. He was married to a daughter of George Darroch the boatbuilder.

1892

QUICK

1889

Mr RAQUER

1890

Mr H RAYNER (born 1863)

This is likely George Henry Rayner who married Georgina Pratt in 1900.

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1896

Mrs RAYNER

1889

Miss REED

Mrs Suter's sister

1865

Miss Elizabeth Georgina REVELL (born 1877)

Lily Revell, bridesmaid for Willie and Grace's wedding at Leigh in 1910 and a good friend of Grace's. Lived at Remuera with a Jonathan William Smith, but never married. Sister of Grace's brother's wife (Isabella Gertrude Revell).

1910

Revd I RICHARDS

A visiting clergyman

1889

Robert

Unknown. May not be Robert Wyatt

Mr ROBINSON

Fens of Lincolnshire

1889

R ROBINSON

Caretaker of Little Barrier

1896

Mr ROGER

1893

Miss ROGERS

1892

1893

1894

Mrs ROGERS

1893

Mr ROGERS

1894

1903

Robert ROGERS

Known as Bob. Helped in plum picking Jan 1902

1902

  • February: 3rd

1903

Joe ROGERS

Has been in command of the steamer when the captain is sick.

1902

Miss ROLLINSON

unknown

1891

Miss Julia ROLLINSON

Sister of Mrs D. Knaggs (nee Rollinson)

1901

1903

Mr ROOSE

A travelling salesman for the Direct Supply Company (D.S.C.). The DSC was situated in the corner of Queen and Victoria Sts in Auckland. When the company was purchased by John Court it became known as John Courts Ltd. John's brother, George, owned another department store in Karangahape Rd called George Courts Ltd. Roose also travelled for other Stores: Bridgman & Bridgman

1896

1897

1898

1900

1901

1902

1903

1905

Mrs ROSS

Lived at Dacres Claim

1889

R ROSS

A judge at the 1894 Agriculture Show

Mr John RUNCIMAN

Lived in Grafton Rd, Auckland

1888

1889

1890

1891

1893

Kenzie RUNCIMAN

1889

1897

Mrs RUNCIMAN

1889

1890

1893

1897

1903

Mr G H SADLER

Lived near Dacres Claim. Was a lay reader for the Sunday services at Dacres Claim. NB. Clarke also spells his name with a double 'd'

1888

1890

1891

1897

1900

1901

Jim SADLER

Trooper. Was in the Boer war. He has a family

1902

Mrs SADLER

Wife of Mr G H Sadler

1901

Miss SAIGENT

1896

Mr SAINSBURY

1892

1894

1900

Mrs SAINSBURY

1892

1894

1900

  • December: 3rd

Miss SAINSBURY

1894

John SALT

Jane Madeleine Wyatt's husband - ie. son in law of John Wyatt (the younger). Henry Clarke worked for him on and off in 1890. John Salt and Jane Wyatt were married about 1890.

1888

1889

1890

1891

1896

1898

1900

1901

1902

1903

Jane Madeleine SALT (nee WYATT) (born 1865)

Daughter of John Wyatt (the younger).

1888

1889

1890

1891

1895

1896

1898

1901

Mr SAVAGE

Probably Edward Bracey, the father of Clara Savage who married Robert Henry Wyatt, son of John Wyatt the younger.

1888

1889

1893

1895

1900

Fred SAVAGE

Probably related to Clara Savage, the wife of Robert Henry Wyatt, son of John Wyatt the younger

1893

1895

1897

Clara WYATT (nee SAVAGE)

Married Robert Henry Wyatt in 1896.

1892

1893

1894

1896

William SAVAGE

Probably the brother of Clara Savage who married Robert Henry Wyatt.

1904

Mrs William SAVAGE

1896

Mrs SAVAGE

Wife of William Savage who was probably related to Clara Savage, the wife of Robert Henry Wyatt son of John Wyatt the younger

1900

A SCHOLLUM

1895

Hon Richard SEDDON

Palmiamentarian and Premier of New Zealand

Miss SELWOOD

unknown

1890

  • December: 4th

Mrs SELWOOD

1892

Martha Jane WYATT (nee SELWOOD) (born 1871)

Tom Wyatts second wife. They married in 1893.

1895

1901

1902

1903

Mr SHAKESPEAR

Caretaker at Little Barrier

1902

Mr SHARP

1862

Mr SHEFFIELD

1862

J SHEPHERD

SHEPPARD

A school teacher at one of the local schools. Was it Ti Point?

1901

Mr SHOEBRIDGE

Mr Shoebridge lived near Hobart. He gave Mr Anderson some carrot seed which he subsequently gave to C S Clarke.

1865

Mr SIM

Apart from being Mrs Sims husband we know very little about him.

1900

1902

1903

Mrs SIM

She played the organ at some of the services that Clarke conducted at the Leigh hall.

1902

Mr Francis SIMPSON (born 1857)

Born in 1857, probably in Australia. Married Frances Emily Davey (Nee Webb) in 1891 in Australia. Died in 1900 in Auckland. Clarke refers to him as 'Mr Simpson'. They had 1 child - Victor Simpson

1888

Miss SIMPSON

unknown

1889

Victor SIMPSON (born 1892)

Probably born between 1892 and 1900. His parents were married in 1891 and his father died in 1900

1901

1902

1903

Mrs Frances SIMPSON (nee WEBB) (born 1850)

Mrs Simpson was born Frances Emily Webb. She married Raglan Davey in Australia and had three children, Alice Florence Davey, Fred Charles Davey and Grace Emily Davey. Raglan died in 1886 and Frances then married Francis Simpson. They had Victor Simpson in about 1893 and then the six of them moved to NZ. Charles Clarke became friendly with the family and always referred to the two girls by using Mrs Simpsons married surname (ie 'Simpson') in preference to the girls birth name of Davey. It is not known why he chose to do this but it may be to preserve the niceties of the family structure and deter unwanted questioning.

1901

1902

1903

1910

Simpsons

The Simpson family centred around Mrs Frances Simpson. Her husband Mr Francis Simpson died in 1900. The family included the Simpson girls, Alice Florence & Grace Emily.

1903

Mr J SINCLAIR

1888

Mr & Mrs SKEATS

Unknown

1866

Mr SMALLWOOD

Drowned in the wreck of the coastal steamer ruby. Lived at Mangawai.

1893

John Benjamin SMITH (born 1854)

Paternal Grandfather of Vern Smith. Married Christina Matheson. His son Victor married Alma Torkington, CS Clarke's grand daughter. The Smith family moved from Ti Point to Auckland in August 1898

1897

Mr Victor Harvey SMITH (born 1887)

Third son of John Benjamin Smith and Christina Matheson. Victor (known as Vic) married Alma Smith. They had 4 sons.

1918

1929

Thomas SMITH

A farm worker that Clarke dismissed for insolence in March 1867.

1866

1867

Mr Alphonso SMITH

Deputy returning officer

1890

  • December: 4th

Mr SMITH

A cousin of John Cruickshanks

Tony SMITH

May be a cousin of John Cruickshank

1897

Mrs Tony SMITH

Wife of Tony Smith from Matakana

1897

Herbert SMITH

1893

1900

Alma Winifred Maud SMITH (nee TORKINGTON) (born 1900)

Grand daughter of C S Clarke. Eldest daughter of Joe and Minnie Torkington . Married Norman Smith in September 1923 who died of influenza in October 1924. Alma married Victor Smith in June 1926 and had 4 boys, Alvin, Kevin, Ivan and Vernon. She died in 9 September 1971

1900

1901

1902

1927

1928

1929

Mrs Joe SMITH

An aunt of Noel Wallace. Wife of Joe Smith

1903

Mr James SNELL

1890

Captain SOMMERVILLE

Lived in Cook St, Auckland

1890

Mr SOWERBY

1862

Mr SPENCER

1888

  • September: 3rd

Miss SPENCER

1897

Miss STANTON

1894

Mr STAUNTON

1862

Mrs STEWARTS

Probably runs a Lodging House in Barrack St in Auckland

1865

Mrs Emma Grace WYATT (nee SULLIVAN) (born 1882)

Wife of Albert Wyatt, she died in July 1910 aged 28

1905

Jim SULLIVAN

1901

Mrs SUTER

Aquaintence of C S Clarke.

1865

Mrs SUTHERLAND

1891

Mr SYME

Probably a travelling salesman

1902

Te Kiri

The Māori chief who originally owned all the land in the district and lived at the Pā at Little Omaha, Pakiri was named after him. His only daughter and heiress was Princess Rahui Te Kiri. A chief of Ngāti Wai, and of Te Kawerau and Ngāti Manuhiri hapū of Ngāti Whāua.

1866

1915

Princess Rahui TE KIRI (born 1830)

Only daughter and heiress of the chief Te Kiri. Died in 1930 in her hundredth year.

1923

Wi Taiawa TENETAHI

Son of Rahui & Ringi Tenetahi. Took the European name Willie Brown. Lived at the Pa in Little Omaha. Drowned in April 1912 aged 44. A memorial to him was erected at the Pa in 1913.

1888

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1897

1902

1925

Mr THOMPSON

He seemed to be a candidate for parliament

1890

  • December: 5th

1891

1902

Mr TIPLADY

unknown

1888

1889

1890

Mr TOLES

Owned land opposite Goat Island

Tom

1889

TOMBLIN

1862

Miss TOMBLIN

1862

Tommy

1866

Harold TORKINGTON (born 1874)

Fourth son of William Torkington (born 1844) and elder brother of Joe Torkington, Minnie's husband. His wife was Florence Davey. (known as Flo). The familly lived at Ti Point

1894

1895

1896

1898

1900

1901

1902

  • November: 3rd

1903

1905

1911

Joseph (Joe) TORKINGTON (born 1876)

Fifth child of William and Eliza Torkington. Joseph married Minnie Clarke, daughter of C S Clarke. Youngest of the three brothers who emigrated with their father arriving in NZ in 1886

1896

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

James TORKINGTON (born 1856)

Brother of William Torkington (born 1844). Married Clara Wright and had 6 children, the last 2 being born at Omaha. The family lived at Ti Point.

1901

William TORKINGTON (born 1844)

Emigrated aboard the Ionic with his 3 sons, Herbert Arthur (known as Arthur), Harold & Joseph. They arrived in NZ in 1886 and all settled at Ti Point.

1894

  • November: 8th

1900

1901

1902

1903

1911

Herbert Arthur (Arthur) TORKINGTON (born 1869)

Known as Arthur. Eldest of the three brothers who emigrated with their father arriving in NZ in 1886

1899

Florence (Florrie) TORKINGTON (born 1880)

Eldest child of James and Clara Torkington. She was born in England

1899

1900

Miss Annie TORKINGTON (born 1884)

Third child of James and Clara Torkington. Was born in Stockport, England

1899

1900

1911

Wilfred TORKINGTON (born 1882)

Son of James Torkington, who was a brother of William Torkington. Never married

1900

1901

1903

William Arthur TORKINGTON (born 1905)

Third child and eldest son of Joe & Minnie Torkington and Charles Clarkes grandson. Married Catherine Mary Haughton (Cath) 1932. No children. Died 1981

1911

Clara TORKINGTON (nee WRIGHT) (born 1855)

Married James Torkington,

Mrs Clara TORKINGTON (nee WRIGHT) (born 1856)

Married James Torkington, brother of William Torkington about 1879. There eldest child was Florence.

Miss TOWNSEND

Seems to be a friend of Maud and Minnie.

1898

Mr TRAGEIR

A surveyor who lived at Mahurangi.

1867

Captain TRAYTE

1866

Mr TROTTER

1892

1895

Mrs TURLINGTON

One of the people in Leicester who wrote letters to Charles Clarke on behalf of Aunt Anne.

1865

Mr TUTIN

1890

Mr W VOICE

1894

C A W

Professor Paul WAGNER

1892

Mr WAITES

Lives in Queen St, Auckland

1865

Mr James WALDEN

Mr Walden Snr

Jack WALDEN

Lived at Whangateau and owned the store. Son of James Walden

1910

Alan WALLACE

Alan and Alma Wallace are friends of Clarke who live in Devonport In the 1920s they shifted to Big Omaha where they built a house

Noel WALLACE

First mentioned by CSC in Sep 1902. Friends of the Clarke family. Son of George Wallace. Lives in Ponsonby, Auckland

1902

1903

George WALLACE

Father of Noel Wallace. Lives in Ponsonby, Auckland

1903

Alma WALLACE

Alan and Alma Wallace are friends of Clarke who live in Devonport In the 1920s they shifted to Big Omaha where they built a house

1911

Miss WALLET

Lives in Auckland

1903

Mr WALLIS

1867

George WALTER

Son of Mr and Mrs Walter.

1888

1891

1899

Mr C A WALTER

Possibly lived at Goat Island with their son George. A teacher at the Little Omaha school

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1895

Mrs WALTER

Possibly lived at Goat Island with their son George.

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

Mr WALTON

Unknown

Eddie WANN

Skippered some of the steamers sailing around the Mahurangi Coast and up the Puhoi River in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The Wann family lived at what was called Lower Matakana.

1911

1924

1925

Mr WARD

An immigrant who came from the area near Ridlington where C S Clarke spent time on Wortley's Farm

1866

Alec WARIN

1897

Mr & Mrs WEST

1867

Mr WESTNEY

unknown

1889

Frank WHALEN

Married Annie Catherine Matheson, daughter of Alexander Matheson (2nd child of Angus Matheson)

Mrs WHITBY

1889

Frederick WHITTAKER

A surveying Superintendent involved in the survey of Wyatts and Clarke land at Omaha

1865

  • December: 1st

Mr WHITTAKER

1894

  • November: 1st

1902

Mrs WHITTAKER

Had a daughter in Jan 1900

1900

William

This William seems to be working for Clarke

1867

Captain WILLIAMS

Was on board a cutter that called in at Omaha

1865

Mr John WILLIAMS

lived at Big Omaha

1866

1888

1892

1896

1897

1900

Mrs WILLIAMS

May be Eliza

1890

Revd Percy WILLIAMS

Probably lived in Auckland

1894

Miss WILLIAMS

Lived in Leigh, but not sure who she is. She has a brother Robert. She seems to be a friend of Janes.

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

Mr Robert WILLIAMS

1901

Mr Nathaniel WILSON

Unknown

1865

1889

1892

Mssrs J WILSON

Messrs J Wilson & Co. Cement works at Warkworth

Mr J WITTEN

Mr Witten ran a nursery at Pakiri from which Clarke purchased fruit trees for his new orchard. Clark purchased from Wittens nursery right up to the 1920s.

1865

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1897

1901

1903

Annie WITTEN

Daughter of Mr J Witten who supplied Clarke with fruit trees

1889

1900

Frank WITTEN

Mr Witten's son

1889

Mrs WITTEN

1865

1888

1892

1893

Miss WITTEN

1889

Burton WITTEN

Possible he is a son of Mr J. Witten

1902

Mrs Reader WOOD

1867

Mr Reader WOOD

A banker at the Bank of Auckland

1866

Revd J. W. WORBOYS

1896

1897

1898

Mr Edward WORTLEY

Mr Edward Wortley was a noted breeder of Shorthorn Cattle and Shropshire Down Sheep. He owned a 400 acre farm in Ridlington, Leicester.

Mrs WORTLEY

1862

WRAGGS

1897

Mr William WRIGHT

Lived at Pakiri

1866

1867

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1903

Arthur WRIGHT

Probably the son of William Wright. Lived at Pakiri and later (1903) lived at Whangarei.

1891

1899

1901

  • September: 6th

1902

1903

Thomas (Tom) WYATT (born 1845)

John (the elder) Wyatts 4th child and 2nd son. The 2 eldest daughters did not emigrate with the Wyatt family and remained in England Thomas is two years older than Mary Anne Wyatt. Tom married Margaret Ann Grant in 1874 who died in 1881 at the Auckland Lunatic Asylum. Tom remarried Martha Jane Selwood in 1893 and they had 3 children. Tom died in October 1898.

1865

1866

1867

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1895

1897

1898

John (the elder) WYATT (born 1818)

John Wyatt the elder. Arrived in NZ on the Queen of Beauty with Charles Clarke. In Clarkes early diaries he refers to John Wyatt with the title 'Mr'. In later years John Wyatt became known as John the elder to distinguish him from his son, who was then known as 'John the younger'. Clark, however, continued using the title 'Mr Wyatt' in his diaries right up to John Wyatts death.

1865

1866

1867

1888

1889

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1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

Joseph (Joe) WYATT (born 1849)

Sixth child of John Wyatt the elder. Arrived with his parents on the Queen of Beauty. Married Emily Mills

1865

1866

1867

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

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1897

1898

1900

1901

1902

1903

1911

John (John the younger) WYATT (born 1842)

John Wyatt the younger. Eldest son of John (the elder) Wyatt. Born in england and came on the Queen of Beauty with his parents. His wife was Elizabeth Jane Knight.

1865

1866

1867

1888

1889

1890

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1899

1900

1901

  • September: 8th

1902

1903

John Charles (Charlie) WYATT (born 1863)

Eldest son of John the younger and father of John Charles Edgar. Husband of Maggie Mathieson Baillie Clark.

1888

1889