Daniel Pollen grave monument in George Maxwell Memorial Cemetery, Avondale, Auckland, New Zealand

Daniel Pollen grave monument: legible names and details

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Daniel Pollen
1896821814first name on monumentborn Dublin 1813 ninth Prime Minister of New Zealand
Jane Henderson Pollen
1903751828wife of Daniel Pollen


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Location of the above Daniel Pollen monument

George Maxwell Memorial Cemetery, Avondale, Auckland, New Zealand

George Maxwell Memorial Cemetery, Avondale
George Maxwell Memorial Cemetery

Notes about George Maxwell Memorial Cemetery

Also known as the Rosebank Road Cemetery and Orchard Street Cemetery. Many parishioners from St Ninian's, St Lukes Mount Albert, and St Jude are buried here. All but the most recent burials have been photographed and indexed. Useful website links: http://cemetery.stjudes.co.nz/StJudes_Cemetery/Cemetery-Home.html http://www.archives.presbyterian.org.nz/nzmarriageregisters/avondalemarriages1.htm And a published history of the Avondale area, mentioning many of the people buried in this cemetery: http://www.scribd.com/doc/3680815/-Heart-of-the-Whau-Introduction

Reasons why the image for this memorial was requested

My dad has a passion for local history of the Dublin village of Ringsend, where Pollen was born. I'd love to get a copy for him. Thank you so much for a lovely service.

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