The name Acheson Thompson is the first name on the monument.
The monument is in South Kaipara Co-operating Anglican Methodist church burial ground, Kaukapakapa, Rodney, New Zealand.
Acheson Thompson was buried in the grave in 1883. The actual date of death is not currently recorded on the GPR database but it may be on the grave monument photograph.
Acheson Thompson age is given as 76.
Acheson Thompson calculated year of birth is 1807.
There are 246 other graves within this cemetery that are listed within the GPR database.
Acheson Thompson is listed as the first name on monument on the grave monument.
Acheson Thompson has the record number within the GPR person name database table.
The record was added to the GPR on 31 March 2012
There is one image available for the monument listing Acheson Thompson (see below).
The follow note is stored against Acheson Thompson record:
retired Army Officer - a founder of St Cuthbert's Church. Acheson Quintin Dick Thompson was born on 22 October 1806 in Newry, County Down, Ireland, and was the son of Quintin Dick Thompson (1785-1809) and Mary Ann Raffles (1789-1837, sister to Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore). He married Isabella Madden, (1803-1875, daughter of the Reverend Michael Dodgson Madden (1777-1809) and his wife Frances Hamilton (1775-1862) on 21 September 1837.