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CADZOWJohn Philip Paul 19111916Clerk, HM Customs Nelson.
CALDEREbenezer19211922Pupil, Technical School Nelson.
CALDERSHugh McGregor 18951896. Died on 09 11 1906
CALDERSOtto Ivan 19021903Motor Mechanic, Wanganui Served in WW1
CALDERSWilliam Fox 18981898. Came from Nelson
CALVERTEric Tuson 19241924Fruitgrower, Redwoods Valley,
CALVERTLeslie Harold 19181923Traveller for J. Collie Smith,
135 Featherston Street,
Scoutmaster, Kilbirnie Troop Boy Scouts
CALVERTRussell John 19231923Pupil, Wesley College
CAMERONDuncan Thomas 18811882Formerly of Glendhu Station,
Hinakura Martinborough
Died on 08 05 1913
CAMERONEric19211921Farmer, Ronga Valley,
Carluke Martinborough
CAMERONGeorge A. A. 18821886 .Came from the Wairarapa. Deceased
CAMERONNorman George19191919Clerk, c/o G. Cameron,
Land Agent Nelson
CAMERONRichard18631863Formerly Manager, Auckland
Savings Bank, Auckland
Died on 27 08 1913
CAMERONWilliam18811884.Came from the Wairarapa. Died in 1910
CAMPBELLAlexander Bulwer 1869 1874Barrister & Solicitor [Messrs.
Sainsbury, Logan and
Williams], Napier
Admitted 1880 `Stafford' Scholar,
`Richmond' Scholar 1873;
Winner Senior Cup 1873;
two University Scholarships 1874
CAMPBELLGeorge Frederick Colin 18691874Controller & Auditor-General
Government Buildings,
Formerly Lieutenant-Commanding Wellington
Navals, now Commander Naval Brigade,
Wellington with rank of Lieutenant-Colonel
CAMPBELLHarman Kingsland 1921* . . .
CAMPBELLThomas Hugh 18661871Accountant, Disraeli Street
Hawera Taranaki
CAMPBELLWilliam1876 1878Formerly in Bank of NSW Deceased
CANAVANEdward O'Hara18791880Formerly JournalistDied at Westport in 1898
CANNELLWilliam Otway 18951895Artist, 96 Hampstead Way,
Golders Green, London
Won Art Scholarship & National Scholarship at
Royal College of Art, Kensington, London &
Royal Exhibition 1905
Exhibited a picture called `The Devil's Chessboard'
at the Royal Academy Pictures Exhibition, May
1924. Professional name `Otway McCannell'
CANNINGWilliam Davis 18791880Formerly Solicitor, Thornbury
Gloucestershire UK
Drowned off Cornish coast in 1914
Came from Richmond
CANNINGTONCharles Walter19201922Clerk, City Council Nelson.
CANNINGTONHarold William 19061909 Formerly in Public Trust
Office Nelson
Served in WW1 and killed in action on 09 07 1917
CANNINGTONSydney19101910Accountant, Anchor Shipping
Company Nelson
Served in WW1
CANTONJohn Robert 19201921Farmer, Orinoco Nelson .
CANTONLawrence19211922Farmer, Orinoco Nelson .
CAPPERThomas Gordon Bailey 19181920Clerk, HM Customs Head
Office Wellington
CAREYDenis Keeble 1924* . . .
CARKEEKMorgan James Cooper1859 1862Surveyor, Otaki Wellington Former member of Surveyors' Examination
Board for NZ
CARLSSONCarl Peter19101911Farmer, Kikawa, Kohatu
CARMINEVincent19141915Hotel Employee, Millerton
CAROEdward Robert St John18841888Dentist, NelsonM.D. [Michigan 1894]
CAROPercy Herman Malcolm18801888. `Fell' Scholar 1883; `Richmond' Scholar 1886;
`Simmons' Prize 1886; `Newcombe' Scholar 1887
B.A. [Tripos, Cantab] 1892; LL.B. [cum Hon] 1893
`After a brilliant career at Cambridge, he was on his
way home to New Zealand, via America, where he
was visiting his brother, when he was suddenly
prostrated with brain fever, to which he succumbed
on April 9th, 1894, after a short illness of five days.'

Reference `Nelsonian' August 1894. Deceased
CARPENTERRobert William 19071911Clerk, Evening Post Wellington Served in WW1
CARR Clyde Leonard 18991903Congregational Minister,
Christchurch and member of
Christchurch City Council
CARRDonald Arthur 19181919Student, Normal Training
School Christchurch
CARRWilliam Allan 19041904.Served in WW1 and killed in action on 07 10 1916
CARROLLJames19081908.Came from Nelson
CARTERWilliam Alfred18861887Solicitor RotoruaEBS [Marlborough] 1886
CARTYDenis Arthur 19171920Traveller, British Textile
Company, Wellington
Captain NZ Territorial Forces
CASELBERGHarry Phillip Walter
1922* . ..
CASSHarold19221924 Watchmaker, c/o W Moyes,
CASSMelvin Leslie 19091910Warehouseman, Butterworth
Bros. Ltd., Dunedin
Served in WW1
CASSStanley Frank 19171918 Clerk, J H Cock & Co.,
CATLEYRalph18781884Secretary, Nelson College,
President, Nelson Rifle Club
CATLEYRalph Jnr 1923* . . Godley Cup [Cadets] 1924
CAVEDrayton19181919Farmer, Pinohia, Pelorus
Sound, Marlborough
CHALLIESClarence Clifton 19141914Clerk, Union Bank of
Australia Ltd., Nelson
CHALLIESEdgar19131913Farmer, Appleby Nelson .
CHALLIESEdward19071907Farmer, Mahakipawa,
Served in WW1
CHALLIESGordon Alexander19191919Cheesemaker Martinborough
Wairarapa Wellington
CHALLIESPercy John 19091910Farmer, Appleby Nelson .
CHALMERSWilliam19141915Farmer, Awakeri, Bay of
Plenty Auckland
CHALMERSWillis18631863.Came from Otago. Died in 1865
CHAMBERSSelwyn19021903Formerly Sheepfarmer,
Havelock North, Hawkes Bay
Served in WW1, Major, killed in action on
07 08 1915
CHAPMANCecil Palmer D'Oyley 1893 1893. England
CHAPMANGeorge Parsons 19061908Secretary, Hospital Board,
Served in WW1, 2nd Lieutenant
CHAPMANLeslie Albert 19211921Telegraphist, Telegraph Office
CHAPMANPeter Alfred 19181919Shepherd c/o R. S. Lilburn,
Mangamahu Wanganui
CHAPMANWalter William 19111911127 Shirland Road,
Maida Vale London W9
Served in WW1, Captain M.C.
CHAPPELLKenneth James 19221924Clerk, Anchor Shipping
Company, Nelson
CHAYTORAlfred Henry18801884Barrister, Clervaux Castle,
Croft Yorkshire
LL.B. and B.A. [Law Tripos, 1st Class]
Cambridge and Legal Medal 1892;
K.C. Fellow Clare College, Cambridge 1894
Served in WW1 with London Regiment B.E.F.
CHAYTORD'Arcy18881890Formerly Farmer, Marshlands,
Now residing at Pooley Hall, Polesworth
Went as Lieutenant, First Contingent N.Z.M.I.
on active service in South Africa.
Present at the relief of Kimberley, Paardeburg
& actions of Poplar Grove, Driefontein & Colesburg.
Lieut. Colonel Commanding 1st Regiment Mounted
Rifles, Nelson District President Farmer's Union,
Served in WW1 with Royal Marines in Belgium.
Afterwards transferred to NZ Expeditionary Forces
C.B.E. [Military] C.M.G. Order of the Nile,
Mentioned in Despatches. Lieutenant Colonel
CHAYTORSir Edward William
18801884Major-General, The Terrace,
Late Commander of NZ Defence Forces.
Saw active service in South Africa with 3rd
Contingent N.Z.M.I. [Rough Riders] and subsequent
wounded at Reit Spruit; mentioned in despatches
for conspicuous gallantry at Reitfontein,
December 1900.
In command 3rd NZ Contingent, May 1900.
In command 2nd Regiment 8th NZ Contingent
March 1902
Despatches London Gazette, 07 05 1901
Queen's Medal with 3 clasps. King's Medal with
two clasps.
Served in WW1 in Egypt, Gallipoli and Palestine.
General Officer Commanding NZ Expeditionary
Forces in Egypt and General Officer Commanding
Australian and NZ Mounted Division.
K.C.M.G., K.V.C.O., C.B., Order of the Nile [2nd
Class], Order of the White Eagle [3rd Class with
Swords], Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal;
Mentioned in Despatches
CHAYTORHenry Clervaux 19021903.Died at Picton on 25 02 1911
CHAYTORJohn Clervaux 19081914British Army Officer,
United Service Club,
Pall Mall, London SW1
Head of School 1914
Served in WW1 with Royal Field Artillery
[B.E.F.] Captain
CHAYTORLawrence Clervaux 19071912Sheepfarmer, Marshlands
`Hawkes Bay Old Boys' Prize' 1912 [equal]
`Adams Cup' [Shooting] 1912
Major in charge of 8th NZ Mounted Rifles [Nelson]
Served in WW1 in Egypt, Gallipoli and France,
Major, M.C.
CHEELErnest Charles 19111912Warehouseman, Mackay,
Logan, Caldwell Ltd.,
CHEELPercy Arthur 19171920Clerk, Public Trust Office,
CHILDSBonnie Alfred Hill 19081909Farmer, Mangaonoho,
CHINGHarold Louis 19081909Teacher, State School,
Black Point Reefton
Served in WW1
CHINGLeonard Charles 19111914Head Teacher, State School,
Wai-utu Reefton
Formerly Teacher Nelson College
CHINGMaurice James 19131917Relieving Teacher, Education
Board Nelson
CHISHOLMBurston Duncan 19031904 Commercial Traveller,
30 Cameron Road, Napier
CHISHOLMCecil Ashburn 18991900Dental Mechanic, Wadestown
Served in WW1
CHISHOLMDudley Sedman 18971901Assistant Master Waitaki
High School, Oamaru
EBS [Town] 1897; `Fell Scholar' 1897;
`Richmond Scholar, 1900;
University Junior Scholar 1900 [declined]
and 1901; B.A. 1905; M.A. 1906;
Master at Nelson College 1906
Served in WW1, Captain, mentioned in
CHISHOLMEric Walter 19101910Bank Clerk, Levin WellingtonServed in WW1
CHISHOLMPercy Ethelbert18981903Medical Superintendent, St
Mary's Hospital Hanmer
Springs Christchurch
L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. [Edin], L.R.F.P.S.
Served in WW1 in Royal Army Medical
CHISHOLMSedman Arthur 19121913Live Stock Auctioneer,
Farmers' Co-op Association,
Stratford Taranaki
CHISNALLEdmond18781881Farmer, Stoke Nelson .
CHISNALLGeorge Edward18861888Retired Farmer, Tasman
Street Nelson
CHISNALLRaymond Buxton19141915Farmer, Hope Nelson.
CHISNALLThomas Buxton18791880Farmer, Hope Nelson .
CHISNALLWilliam18821884.Died in 1903
CHISNALLWilliam Waring19151916Clerk, E. Buxton and Co.,
Ltd Nelson
CHIVERSEdgar Frank19121912Engineer, 20 Queen's
Parade Devonport Auckland
Served in WW1
Motor Mechanic, Royal Naval Volunteer
Reserve D.S.M.
CHRISPArnold Dickson 19191921Clerk, Clere & Clere,
CHRISPDawson Ernest 19171919Solicitor, Chrisp & Chrisp,
Junior Swimming Cup 1918;
Chaytor Cup [Miniature Rifle Shooting] 1919
LL.B. 1924
CHRISPEric Townley 19101912Manager, NZ Breweries,
Swimming Champion 1911, 1912
Served in WW1, 2nd Lieutenant
CHRISPHarry Dawson19101913Barrister and Solicitor,
LL.B. 1919
Served in WW1
CHRISPHugh Rowcliffe19151916Manager, Tarewa Station
CHRISTALLCyril Frederick 19231924Carpenter, Nelson.
CHRISTIANWilliam Isaac 19181918Farmer, Tui Nelson.
CHRISTIEWilliam Crowther 19071909Farmer, Potter Street,
Dandenong Melbourne
Served in WW1 with Australian forces
CHRISTOPHERSArthur Cuthbert 1898
Sheepfarmer, Ngatapa Gisborne .
CHRISTOPHERSOwen18941898Farmer, Pouawa Gisborne .
CHURCHESJoseph18791879Formerly Commission Agent,
Hokitika, now Australia
CLAPCOTTAlexander Allan 18831884Late Stock Inspector,
Cambridge Waikato
Served in South African War
Died in December 1918
CLARIDGEReginald Arthur Whitwell 19111913Railwayman, 103 Richmond
Street Petone Wellington
CLARKArthur Colin Pennycuick19191922Farmer, Onawe, Akaroa
CLARKArchibald Hugh18591859.Formerly of Waihi Auckland. Deceased
CLARKClaud Henry19011907Clerk, Levin & Co, Nelson Served in WW1
CLARK George Harold Freer 19031909 Teller, Bank of N.S.W,
Served in WW1
CLARKPercy Macquarie 19051911Clerk, Bank of NZ, Suva, Fiji Served in WW1
CLARK William John Robertson 19161921Teacher, State School, Riwaka
CLARKEJames 18671867. Deceased
CLARKEJohn 1867 1867. .
CLARKEWilliam Claxton 18881888Late member Stock Exchange
CLARKSONEric Fleming 19091910Farmer, Onga Onga,
Hawkes Bay
CLAYDouglas Sidney 19161920 Student, Teachers' Training
College, Wellington
CLAYTONHerrick Frederick 19181918Motor Mechanic c/o Pier
Hotel, Nelson
Eric19161917. Came from Wellington
CLIFFORDWilliam Patrick 18991902Dentist, Naini-Tal,
Wahroonga, N.S.W
CLINCHHenry Thomas 18761876Formerly Tailor, Temuka Died at Temuka on 29 05 1919
CLOUGHERJohn Laird 19061907Motor Driver c/o Motor
Transport Co., Hamilton
Served in WW1
CLOUGHERSergius19161917Farmer, Whata Whata,
CLOUSTONAlfred Stewart 19141914 Clerk, Levin & Co., Ltd,.
Served in WW1
CLOUSTONBalfour Stewart 18731874Formerly Manager,
Levin & Co., Blenheim
Died at Blenheim on 23 10 1919
CLOUSTONJames Rodgerson 18881888.Died at Gisborne on 04 11 1918
CLOUSTONRobert Edmund18921893Curator, Bird Sanctuary,
Bainham, Collingwood
CLOUSTONRodgerson Henry19131915Engineer WanganuiAdams Cup [Shooting] 1914
CLOUSTONWilliam Edward
18681872Formerly Merchant
[Clouston & Co.], Blenheim
Died at Blenheim on 07 02 1903
COCKHenry Chynoweth 18961901Merchant Managing Director,
J. H. Cock & Co., Ltd.,
`Simmons Prize,' 1901; Junior University
Scholar, 1901
Champion, Nelson Golf Club, 1909
Served in WW1, 2nd Lieutenant
COCKJohn Herbert 19051910Formerly Clerk, J. H. Cock
& Co., Ltd., Wanganui
`Richmond' Scholar, 1909. Served in WW1.
Lieutenant in NZEF and afterwards Flight
Lieutenant in RAF
Killed in Action on 14 04 1917
COCKERThomas Clifford 19241924Pupil, Wellington College,
COLBECKCharles Austin 18791881Formerly in Bank of NZ Died at Auckland on 13 06 1913
COLBECKEdmund Henry 18791881Surgeon,
55 Upper Berkeley Street,
Portman Square London
B.Sc. [1st Class Hons Nat. Sc. Tripos]
Cambridge, 1887; M.B. 1889;
M.D. Cambridge, 1892; M.R.C.P. [London],
1890; F.R.C.P. [London], 1904;
Diploma of Public Health [Cantab.];
Exhibitioner & Prizeman in Science [Caius
College Cambridge];
Late Demonstrator in Anatomy & Histology
at University of
Cambridge; University Scholar of St. Mary's
Hospital, London;
Elected Physician to out-patients at City of
London Hospital
for Diseases of the Chest, 1892;
Physician to the Metropolitan Dispensary, 1901;
Author of `Diseases of the Heart' and `The
Science and Art of Prescribing,'
and many papers
on medical subjects.
COLBECKRoy Wilfred 19061909Farmer, Pirongia WaikatoServed in WW1, Captain
COLBECKWilfred Bruno 18801881Barrister & Solicitor [not
practising]; now Sharebroker,
Royal Insurance Buildings,
University Junior Scholar [from Wellington
College] 1886;
B.A., LL.B., Caius College Cambridge, 1891;
Barrister, Inner Temple, 1891;
Barrister and Solicitor [NZ], 1893;
Late member of Auckland University College
Champion Auckland Golf Club; also Taranaki
Provincial Golf Champion
COLEJohn Wilkie 18751878Farmer Brightwater Nelson .
COLEThomas Edward 19201922Farmer Brightwater Nelson .
COLEMANFrancis Athol Stuart 19171918c/o F. Coleman, Collingwood
Street Nelson
COLEMANFrank18841890Dental Surgeon, 131
Harley Street, London
Also qualified for medical profession.
L.D.S., M.R.C.S. [Lond], L.R.C.P.[Lond].
Dental Surgeon to St Bartholomew's Hospital;
Dental Surgeon to Royal Dental Hospital of
late Honourary Secretary, Royal Society of
Medicine [Odontological Section].
Author of `Extraction of Teeth' [with Dr. H.
Hilliard] and
`Anaesthetics in Dental Surgery.'
Article `Development of Jaws and Teeth in
Science and
Practice of Dental Surgery.'

Served in WW1 with Royal Army Medical
Corps, Captain, M.C.
COLEMANMaurice William18841888Surgeon, Reading England M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. [Lond], 1896;
M.B. [Honours], 1896; M.D. [Lond], 1901
COLLIGANGeorge Kelvin19221924Engineering Apprentice,
Russell Street Nelson
COLLINSAlan Henry 19191921Teacher, State School,
Hamana, Takaka, Nelson
COLLINSDesmond Eyre 19231924Seaman, c/o Anchor
Shipping Co., Nelson
COLLINSHenry Norman19171919Able Seaman. c/o Anchor
Shipping Co., Nelson
COLLINSLawrence Maxwell 19211923Seaman, c/o Anchor
Shipping Co., Nelson
COLLINSNorman Reeve 19221924Cadet, Ruakura State
Farm, Hamilton
COLLINSRichard Henn 1920*. . .
COLLINSWilliam Jonathan Henn 1922* . . .
COLLYNSArthur Wrangham 18911895Formerly Sheepfarmer,
Puhipuhi Kaikoura
Died in November 1920
COLLYNSGodfrey Blake 18991900Clerk, Forestry Dept.,
Served in WW1
COLLYNSGuy Stukeley Shuckburg 1899 1904Civil Engineer, Ibadan
Nigeria, British West Africa
Served in WW1, Captain, M.C.
COLLYNSJohn Ulric 18801885First Assistant Master,
King's College Auckland
B.A., 1894
Won NZ Men's Champion Tennis Doubles
several times.
Assistant Master at Christ's College,
Christchurch for many years
COLQUHOUNArchibald Donald 19121912.Served in WW1 and died of wounds
on 12 09 1918
COLTCharles Russell 18801882 Farmer, Richmond Nelson .
COLTRonald Gilbert 1924* . . .
COLTWalter Raleigh Gilbert 18711874Station Manager, 47
Leonard Street, Victoria
Park, Perth WA
COMMONSDonald Gray 19191920Law Clerk, c/o Morpeth,
Gould & Wilson, Auckland
Lawn Tennis Champion 1920
COMMONSKeith Wrigley 19111912 .Served in WW1 and killed in action
on 08 05 1915
CONDELLEric Bernard 19061910Clerk, Union Bank of
Australia, Ltd., Christchurch
Served in WW1
CONDELLLawrence Stuart 19091910Salesman, E. Buxton & Co.,
Junior Swimming Cup 1910
Served in WW1, 2nd Lieutenant
CONDELLThomas Henry18801883Draper, Tasman Street Nelson.
CONDELLVernon Henry 19071908Sawmiller, Rockville Nelson Served in WW1
CONNELLThomas R 18581864 Formerly in Bank of NZDeceased
CONNELLWilliam H 18631864. Deceased
CONOLLYAlfred1876 1876. Deceased
CONOLLYGeorge18771878Former Mercantile Marine
Died in London some years prior to 1924
CONOLLYWalter18801880.EBS [Marlborough] 1880, Deceased
CONROYArthur Clive 19021904Clerk, Ingham River,
Herbert, North Queensland
Served in WW1 with Australian forces
CONROYHarold Rowe 19041906Engineer, Ingham River,
Herbert, North Queensland
COOGANJohn William Frederick 19201920Motor Agent, Hopetown
House, Church Street, Sydney
COOGANLeo Cyril 19201920Clerk, c/o S. G. Nathan & Co.,
COOKDouglas George19021905Agent, International Harvester
Co., Hamilton Waikato
COOKJohn Edgar 19111912Watchmaker, c/o J. R.
McQueen, Blenheim
Served in WW1
COOKKenneth Sydney 19031903. Came from Moutere.
Died at Richmond in December 1911
COOKLeslie Lawrence 19031903Farmer, Hinuera Auckland.
COOKMontague18761880The Weld Club, Perth
Western Australia
COOKRobert Charles 19161917Clerk, J. H. Cock & Co., Ltd.,
COOKSpencer Farquhar Cargill 18751877Land and Estate Agent,
Hannan's Land Co.,
Koolgardie Western Australia
COOKEArthur Campbell 19051905Surveyor and Engineer,
Served in WW1, 2nd Lieutenant M.M.
COOKEGordon Campbell 19111913Accountant, 500 Park Avenue,
East Orange, New Jersey USA
Served in WW1
COOKELeonard Campbell 19111913Dairy Factory Employee,
Frankton Auckland
Served in WW1
COOKE Lisle Howard 1920* . . .
COOKERudolph Grettin 1907 1910. Served in WW1 and killed in action on 23 12 1916
COOKEWalter Philip18961896Salesman, J P Cooke & Son,
COOMBEGilbert Walpole19061911Law Clerk, Levin Road,
Epsom Auckland
COOPERAhmed Akbar 19051906Sheepfarmer, Yaldhurst
Riccarton Christchurch
COOPERClaudius Aurelian 19051908Wool Expert, 155 Sea View
Road, New Brighton,
COOPERArthur Charles 19021903Farmer, Hamilton Waikato.
COOPERGeorge Ormond19111915Law Clerk, Chapman, Skerrett,
Tripp & Blair, Wellington
Head of School 1915
'Hawkes Bay Old Boys' Prize 1913 [equal]
Represented Victoria College in combined
University debating competition.
Honourary Secretary, Wellington
Branch, Nelson College Old Boys' Association
Served in WW1
COOPERHarold Alexander 19031903Medical Practitioner, Eltham
M.B.B.S., M.R.C.S. [UK] L.R.C.P. [Lond]
COOTEEric Royds Methuen 19151918Eastern Extension Telegraph
Co., Wellington
COOTEFrederick Stanley 19091911Eastern Extension Telegraph
Co., Adelaide
COOTEJohn Cecil 19041909Motor Garage Proprietor,
Coote & Hall, Waimea
Street Nelson
Swimming Champion 1906, 1908-1909.
Shooting Champion 1907
Lieutenant NZ Territorials [Nelson
Marlborough West Coast Regiment].
Served in WW1, 2nd Lieutenant M.M.
CORBETTGeorge Harold Seymour 19041906 Formerly in Post and
Telegraph Department Nelson
CORDERCyril Ashton 19061906Telegraphist, Telegraph
Department, Nelson
Served in WW1
CORDERKenneth Minter 19071907Farmer, Wakapuaka Nelson.
CORDERMostyn Leslie19121913Clerk, Railways, WanganuiServed in WW1
CORDERPercy John19141914Clerk, Railways, Wellington.
CORNWALLIsaac Henry 19011902Manager, Bank of NZ, Bulls EBS [Reefton] 1901
Criffel19121916Sawmiller, Pokororo, Motueka Champion Shot 1914
Malcolm19101915Sawmiller, Pokororo, Motueka `Richmond' Scholar 1913;
`Andrew Memorial Prize' 1915;
Godley Cup [Cadets] 1914 Served in WW1
COSTABADIEHugh Palliser 18951897Victoria, British ColumbiaFormerly of Stoke Nelson
COSTABADIEVincent Ackroyd Palliser 18951897Victoria, British Columbia Formerly of Stoke Nelson
COTTERELLCharles Edward 18771879Boardinghouse Proprietor,
Otaki Wellington
COTTERELLFrederick William 18781881Formerly Accountant,
National Bank, Timaru
COTTERELLGeorge B 18791881.Drowned in English Channel on sailing
vessel `Waitara,' sunk in a collision
COTTERELLPhilip Graham 1884 1886Newcastle N.S.W. Served in South African War with Australian forces
COTTONHenry Arthur19171918Cabinetmaker, Wakatu Nelson .
COTTRELLEdward18671867.Came from Westport
COTTRELLJoseph18671867.Came from Westport
COUPERDonald McLean18801881Shepherd, Havelock North,
Hawke's Bay
COUPERWilliam Alexander 19021903Farmer, Otane, Hawke's Bay.
COWANJames Alexander 19081908Mechanical Engineer,
COWINFrank Edmund 19161916Farmer, Thorpe Nelson.
COWINRobert Ashley 19141918Teacher, State School,
Kaituna Nelson
COWLESAlfred18871888Inspector of Schools,
Education Board, Wellington
Formerly Lecturer on Physiology and Military
Drill, Wellington Training College
EBS [Richmond] 1887; B.A. 1901
Captain and Adjutant, 1st Battalion,
Wellington Rifle Volunteers 1907;
Lieutenant Colonel, Wellington Infantry
Served in WW1, Lieutenant Colonel.
Volunteer Long Service decoration
COWLESJohn Richmond19011901Former Clerk, J. Duthie & Co.,
Served in WW1 and killed in action
on 25 11 1917
Major, M.C. Mentioned in despatches
COWLESStephen Glanville18971898NZ Representative of
Andrew Clement & Son,
Dominion Farmers' Institute
Buildings, Wellington
Served in WW1, Lieutenant
COXAlfred Ewen 18681870.Deceased
COXEdmund Blatchford18681870Retired Farmer, Cambridge
Winner of J. S. Williams [Canterbury]
Cup for rifle shooting
COXHarold Mahn 19231923c/o Mrs. Cox,
Ngatitama Street Nelson
COXRonald Walter 1923* . . .
COZENSAllan Roy19061907Dairy Farmer, Wakapuaka
Served in WW1
CRAIGChristopher Albert 18871890. Formerly Roman Catholic priest, Maynooth,
EBS [Distant Schools] 1887;
`Simmons' Prize and University Junior
Scholar, 1890;
B.A. [Senior Scholar] 1894; M.A. 1895;
Assistant Master, Nelson College, 1900
Died in 1910
CRAIGHerbert19141914Came from Nydia Bay,
Pelorus Sound
CRAIGRobert Francis 18991900Farmer, Crushington Reefton .
CRAWFORDGeorge Philip 19001901Formerly Clerk, Levin & Co.,
Served in WW1 and killed in action
on 05 04 1918
CRAWFORDGordon Kinross 19021905Farmer, Kaipara Flats,
Winner Senior Gym Cup 1905
Served in WW1
CREASYNelson Layton 1862 1864 .Deceased
CRESSEYCyril Benjamin 19171919Solicitor c/o A. A. Wilson,
CRESSWELLEdward Silvers 18841885Commercial Traveller, Nelson.
CROMBIEEdward Nicoll19191919 ..
CROPPThomas Arthur 19061907Farmer, Wai-iti, Nelson.
CROSSCharles Edward 19011901Farmer, Alfredton, Masterton.
CROSSThomas18901891Formerly Engineer, Wellington
Meat Export Co.,
Ngahauranga Wellington
CROSS William 1858 1859 ..
CROUCHERAlbert John Hayes 1911 1912 Flourmiller, Richmond Nelson Junior Sports Cup 1912
CROUCHERCyril Martin 19221924Clerk, J. M. Croucher
& Sons, Richmond, Nelson
CROUCHERRoy19161918Farmer, Lagoon Hill,
Martinborough, Wairarapa
CROUCHERSydney Arthur 1917 1917Flourmiller, Richmond Nelson .
CROWETimothy Joseph 1923 1924Messenger, Telegraph Dept.
CRUMPArthur Rainsford 18921895 Formerly Assistant Master,
Scotch College, Melbourne
EBS [Richmond School] 1892 B.A. 1902;
M.A. 1903
Died in Australia in April 1912
CUNDYRawi Tawa 1916 1919 Farmer, Hinakura, Wairarapa .
CURNOWNorman Gilbert 19151919Farmer, Kaituna, Nelson.
CURNOWCharles William Hall 19121915Farmer, Kaituna, Nelson.
CURTISEvin Ross19201923Engineering Student, Canterbury
College, Christchurch
CURTISGeoffrey Robert 19161920Journalist, representing
Christchurch Press Co., Timaru
CURTISHarry Stewart 19021902Poultry Farmer, Papakura
CURTISHerbert Stuart18821886City Engineer's Dept.,
Served in South African War
CUSSENJohn James Roy 19231924Clerk, Lankshear's Ltd.,
CUTFIELDErnest19031904Farmer, Tututawa, Taranaki.
CUTFIELDGeorge Eric 19071908Agent for Archibald Clark
& Sons, Ltd., Wanganui
Served in WW1
CUTHBERTGeoffrey Townley 19171918Electrical Engineer, Mangahao
Power Station, Shannon
CUTHBERTSONAllan Alexander 18841885County Inspector, Opunake
DAGGERRobert Brophy 19211924Clerk, Dalgety & Co., Ltd.,
DALGLEISHDavid Peter 19031904Formerly Purser, U.S.S.Co.'s
Maori Wellington
DALGLEISHDouglas James 19201921Law Clerk, Buddle, Anderson
& Kirkcaldie, Wellington
DALGLEISHRobert Graeme Gilbert 19201923Teacher, State School,
Hampden Street Nelson
DARNELLLancelot Coleridge 18711871Farmer, Norfolk Road,
Inglewood Taranaki
DARTCharles William Raynor19151920Student, Training College,
DARTGerald Francis John 19181924Teacher, Boy's Central
School, Nelson
`Stafford' Scholar 1922 [equal]
Cooper Cup [cross-country run] 1924
DARTNALL Charles 1857 1857 . Deceased
DARTNALLEdmund Ryland 18621864Settler, 3 Aikman's Road
DAVEYAlbert Edward 19021904Farmer, Jerusalem, Pipiriki
DAVEYCharles18991900Farmer, Halswell Canterbury.
DAVIDSONAlexander Richardson 18751880Sheepfarmer, Pakawau Nelson.
DAVIDSONEdmund John 18931894Formerly of Onetana,
Collingwood, later of N.
Battery, 3rd Artillery,
USA, garrisoning Fort
Munro in Virginia.
Saw active service in South Africa with
the Canadian Scouts.
In 1906 saw active service against rebel
Zulus as Captain of mounted troops; wounded;
mentioned in despatches and awarded
Distinguished Service Medal.
Served in WW1, Foreign Legion, Colonel, DSO
DAVIDSONGeorge Alexander 18781884c/o Miss Ashe, Middle
Brighton, Melbourne Victoria
DAVIDSONJames Mories 19221924Farmer, Seddon Marlborough.
DAVIDSONNorman Alexander 19131918Electrical Engineer, Waitaki
Power Board, Oamaru
`Simmons' Prize 1918
DAVIDSONNorman Charles 18871888Farmer, Te Horo Wellington .
DAVIDSONSisley Richard 18781888Retired Major-General
India Army, Address: c/o
Lloyd's Bank, 6 Pall Mall,
London SW
Winner Senior Gymnastics Cup 1886, 1888
Military Scholar 1888
Passed Sandhurst exam 1889 and received
commission as 2nd Lieutenant in 13th
Somersetshire Light Infantry 1890
Joined Indian Army 1892.
Saw active service in Chitral Campaign
1895; medal and clasp;
Mohmand expedition, 1897, clasp;
Tirah campaign 1897-1898, clasp;
Somaliland expeditions 1903 and 1904,
medal and clasp, and mentioned in despatches,
London Gazette, 18 04 1904
Lieutenant Colonel 1916; Colonel 1920
Honourary Colonel 47th Duke of Connaught's
Own Sikhs, a life appointment.
Served in WW1 in France, Mesopotamia
and Palestine.
Brigadier General.
Promoted Major-General in command Delhi
area, India, 1920.
Retired 1922. C.B., C.M.G., Russian Order
of St. Anne.
Mentioned in dispatches.
Medals: 1895, Relief of Chitral, medal
and clasp; 1897, Mahmand expedition, clasp;
1897-1898, Tirah expedition, clasp;
1903-1904, operations in Somaliland, medal
and clasp; 1914-1915, France, Mons star;
1918, Victory medal
DAVIDSONWill Lambert 19151917Law Clerk, Bell, Gully and
Co., Wellington
`Stafford' Scholar 1916
DAVIESAlfred Naden 19181919Law Clerk, Menteath, Ward
and Macassey, Wellington
Solicitor. Admitted 1925
DAVIESAlbert Strallen Morgan1924*. . .
DAVIESEdwin Braithwaite 19201924Cadet, Census & Statistical
Department Wellington
Passed Public Service Entrance Examination,
first in NZ
DAVIESWilliam Bolland 18601861Formerly Land and Estate
Agent, New Plymouth
Died at New Plymouth 11 09 1925
DAVISDavid 18671869 .Deceased
DAVISIvan19101914Sheepfarmer, Anatimo Takaka
Served in WW1
DAVISJoseph18671874 Wine and Spirit Merchant,
Grierson & Davis Christchurch
DAVISKenneth Robert 19221924Clerk Bank of New South
Wales, Wellington
DAVISWilliam R 19061906Otaki. Originally came from
DAWSONFrank Innes 19111913Fruitgrower, Tasman Nelson Served in WW1
DAWSONReginald18991903Brewer c/o Speight & Co.
Served in WW1
DAWSONThomas Howard 19081909. Served in WW1, Lieutenant
Died of injuries on 11 06 1918 while
on active service
DAYMANFrank Scott 19031906Formerly in Agricultural
Department Wanganui
Died on 20 10 1912
DEACONErnest Wade 19041905Clerk, Hine Street
New Plymouth
DEANHarland Holmes 19031904Captain British Army
c/o Cox and Co.,
16 Charing Cross London
Served in WW1 with Dorsetshire Regiment
[B.E.F.] in Mesopotamia
DEANRoy Stuart 19031904. Died on 21 05 1913 as a result of a motor
accident near Dannevirke
DE ATH George Ivor 19181918Farmer, Ohinewai Waikato.
DE CASTROAlan Hirst 19041906Formerly Orchardist, Stoke Served in WW1, killed in action on 06 08 1915
DE CASTROKeith19151916 Clerk, British Imperial
Oil Co., Dunedin
DECKCharles James 18791879Formerly Dentist Nelson Died at Stoke on 31 07 1920
DECKGeorge Ronald Massy 19211922Orchardist Harakeke Nelson.
DECKHenry Jeafferson 19101911.Died in Chicago in 1914
DECKHenry O'Brien 18791879Formerly a Medical
Practitioner, Motueka
M.B.B.S. [Melbourne].
At Nelson College one term only.
Served in the South African War
Died at Motueka on 02 12 1925
DECKHugh Richard Samuel 18841884Land Agent, 25 Ridings
Road Remuera Auckland
DECKJohn Bertram 19231924Student Technical School
DECK James George Massy 18911891Farmer, Riwaka Nelson Served in the South African War
DECKJohn Massy 18831884Shipping Manager, Wright,
Stephenson & Co, Wellington
EBS [Distant Schools] 1883
DECKMax Edward 19121912Fruitgrower, Tasman Nelson Served in WW1
DECKRobert Massy 1924* . . .
DECKRobin Howell 19031909. Winner, Senior Gym Cup 1908
Served in WW1, Lieutenant, killed in action
on 29 08 1915
DEEKenneth Albert19121913Warehouseman, Ross and
Glendining, Wellington
Represented Nelson at hockey on many occasions
Served in WW1
DEEMuir Brown 19151919Medical Student Otago
University Dunedin
DENTAlfred George Malaby 19191919Cadet on sheep station,
c/o A.W. Elliott
Waipukerau, Hawke's Bay
DE SCHRYVERJames Murray 19221923Town Traveller, c/o de
Schryver & Co, Auckland
DEVENISHWilliam 18801881Formerly Collector of
Customs, Greymouth & Nelson
Now retired in New Plymouth
First President Nelson College Old Boys'
Football Club 1908;
President Nelson College Old Boys' Association
Compiler of 3rd edition of Old Boys' Register
DICK Gordon Joseph 19191919Farmer Reefton .
DICKEYJohn Charles 18921892Ironmonger, 10 City Road
DICKINSONWilliam Goss 1923* . . .
DICKSONJohn Lewis 19011902Farmer, Murchison Nelson Served in WW1
DICKSONStanley Alexander 19051906Minister of Religion,
4 Princess Road,
Claremont, Western Australia
Served in WW1
DOLLARLancelot George 19141915Farmer, Seddon Marlborough.
DOMETTAlfred Nelson 18571860.Son of Alfred Domet, one-time Premier
of New Zealand
Left New Zealand many years ago and became
an artist
The Auckland Art Gallery holds a large
picture by him
DONALDJames Eadie 18781884 NZ Representative of
Arthur & Co., of Glasgow,
DONALDPeter Louden18831884 Farmer, Ashburton Canterbury.
DONALDWilliam Macgregor 18781884Farmer, Ashburton Canterbury.
DOUGLASArcher Maxwell 19201920Clerk, Bank of NZ Nelson.
DOUGLASRonald Camnethan 19201921Electrician Electric Power
Board Martinborough
DOUGLASThomas1901 1902 England.
DOUSLINErnest Alphonzo 18911892Painter, Russell Street
DOUSLINHorace Balfour 18821883Former Manager Public Works,
Rhodesia, South Africa
EBS [Marlborough] 1882
Retired, Private Bag, Rotorua
DOWDELLPressley Gerald 19201923 Medical Student, University
College, 10 Challoner Mansions
West Kensington London W14
DOWNERJack Lawrence 1923* . . .
DOWNESFrederick George 18601860 . Deceased
DOWNIERobert 1919 1920 .Came from Wellington
DRAKEAlfred 1900 1901Grocer, Oakura Taranaki .
DRAKEWilfred Daniel 1918 1918Seaman, c/o E.D. Drake,
107 Vanguard Street
DRANSFIELDHarold Percy 19171920Clerk Bank of NZ,
Pongaroa Wellington
DRANSFIELDLawrence Rutledge 1924* . . .
DREWAlfred1861 1863Formerly Watchmaker, New
Plymouth & Palmerston North
Died at Sanson Rangitikei on 13 02 1925
DREWGordon Lionel Kingsley 1924* . . .
DREYERJoseph18791881 Formerly Surveyor, Perth
Western Australia
Died at Mornington, Victoria Australia in 1917
DRONDouglas Alexander 19041909Formerly Teacher, State
School, Tarakohe Nelson
Served in WW1, Major, and killed in action
on 08 10 1918
DRONLawrence Campbell 19101915Farmer, Lower Moutere Nelson Junior Sports Cup 1910 [equal],
Adams Cup [Shooting] 1915
Served in WW1
DRONWallace Drummond 19071908Farmer, Wakefield Nelson .
DRUMMONDAlexander Ransome 19101912Farmer, Tapawera Nelson Served in WW1
DRUMMONDFergus Basil Pearson 19181919Farmer, Tapawera Nelson .
DRUMMONDFrank Thomas Forsyth 19101911. Served in WW1 and killed in action
on 07 06 1917
DRUMMONDLeo Roderick19111915Farmer, Gordonton WaikatoServed in WW1
DUDGEONEllis John Scott 1919 1920 Taxi Proprietor Nelson .
DUFFAlexander Murray Bonar 18871888Formerly of Defence
Department Nelson
Died at Palmerston North in August 1918
DUFFJames Archibald Cecil 1889 1890Assistant Manager, Melbourne
S.S. Co., Sydney
Served in WW1 with Australian Forces
DUIGANDenis Frank 19071910Pastoralist, c/o Abercorn
Post Office, Rhodesia,
South Africa
Junior Swimming Champion 1908
Served in WW1, Captain, M.C.
DUKESCuthbert Melrose 19181919Cadet, H.M.Customs
DUNCANDonald James 19081909Station Cadet, Revans
Street, Featherston Wairarapa
DUNCANJohn18631864 Formerly Farmer, The
Grove, Picton
M.P. for Wairau 1908
Died 02 02 1924
DUNCANRichard Spencer 1920* . . .
DUNCAN Sholto Russell 1921* . . .
DUNCANWilliam 18641867Farmer, Hamilton Waikato.
DUNN Edwin Dacre 1924* . . .
DURBRIDGEIra Leo 19191920 Police Constable, Wellington .
DUTHIEEdward Martin 1863 1864Formerly Farmer, Milton
Died in 1923
DUTHIEJohn Alexander 18631864Formerly Auctioneer, Milton
Retired, St. Clair Dunedin
DWANAlonzo1873 1876 .Deceased
DWANPatrick Michael George19231924Farmer, Owen Junction Nelson.
DWYERFrank Penny 1914 1915Clerk, Blenheim .
DYCEJohn Pittendreigh19151916Plumber, Wakefield Quay,
DYERDenis Hardwicke19211924Clerk, Bank of NZ,
Masterton Wairarapa
DYKESRobert Preshaw 18991902 Solicitor, Native Trust
Office, Wellington
`Tinline' Scholar 1899
DYSONFrederick Selwyn 18971899District Engineer, Public
Works Dept., Tauranga
EBS [Richmond School] 1897 A.M.I.C.E.
DYSONHubert Weston 1896 1897 Accountant, Combined Buyers,
Dixon Street Wellington
.Came from Hokitika originally
DYSONStanley Wilson 19001905Formerly Assistant Master,
District High School
EBS [Richmond School] 1900
Died at Stratford on 19 06 1919

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