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From: June Keating <>
Subject: Re: [nz] Clareville Cemetery
Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2009 14:21:24 -0700 (PDT)
I can assure you that Clareville is on the NZSG CD.
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From: "Adele" <>
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2009 8:09 AM
Subject: [nz] Clareville Cemetery
> Now that the Council have located more lost graves, but it would be very
> hard to find out who they belong too, as records are not available, this
> is because the area is out of the present cemetery over the fence, I have
> said all along the perimeter fence had been moved... 8 graves found, two
> of which belong to children, I could possibly give a list for lost
> childrens graves and adults! All from 1870 plus... have been making a list
> of lost Clareville graves.
> Modern technology found the graves, I thought there would be more found..
> Ground Penetrating Radar...
> Two graves are of course for Scott and Sayers as the council some years
> back, removed the headstones from the plots, to the actual cemetery, I
> have written to them, to ask them to return the headstones to the actual
> On the plans, and yes I have checked Burial CD (don't think any Clareville
> burials are on this CD?) one grave I would dearly love to find the
> christian name is for WILLIAMS buried 1885.. no headstone, but know the
> locality well enough, its on the plans..this one is not on Council data,
> have checked.
> I used to spend hours pouring over St. Mark's burial records to find first
> names for burials, to no avail in some cases, at least they benefited from
> my donations!
> So if any subscriber, has lost a grave at Taratahi. Clareville. Carterton
> Cemetery please get in touch with me, then I can add the names to the
> The cemetery used to be called Taratahi Cemetery... then Clareville... but
> its part of Carterton to confuse one and all, and the prettiest cemetery
> around, with beautiful flower beds planted by the council.
> Adele Pentony-Graham
> Carterton District Early Settlers Researcher
> Carterton Cemetery Clareville Taphophile Group
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