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From: Jacqueline Walles <>
Subject: [NZ] Daily Southern Cross
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 14:37:14 +1300


If you think any of these entries belong to you, they can be researched in greater detail through the Papers Past website. There are sometimes follow-ups at later dates.



16 February 1872 - From Wellington - Patrick MORAN, formerly of the 65th Regiment and for many years storeman to Mr Waring Taylor, was found drowned this morning. Page 2



19 Feb 1872 - A young man named McGLONE, aged 28, drowned at Freeman's Bay. Page 3



19 Feb 1872 - Elizabeth W(H)ITTEN, a resident at Mr Taylor's farm, near Henderson's Mill, was admitted to the Asylum suffering from mental derangement brought on by puerperal fever. Page 3



20 Feb 1872 - Inquest on Edmund McGLONE, Page 2



20 Feb 1872 - A seaman of the Lapwing named Joshua STOREY was struck by the boom and knocked overboard. It is believed he was stunned by the blow as he never rose to the surface after he was immersed. Page 3



21 Feb 1872 - Funeral of Benjamin BROWN, corporal of marines on the American war ship St Mary. Page 2



21 February 1872 - Body of Joshua STOREY not yet recovered. Page 4



21 Feb 1872 - WHITTEN Very long report of the circumstances of this death. Page 5



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