Morrinsville Residents from 1852 to 1912


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Notes:

  • These files were started on 30 September 1990 and updated since then as names and references became available. If you have any family members that you wish to add to the list please leave a comment at the bottom of this page or send us a message through our contact form.
  • Names are listed according to the earliest written record or family information obtained. Not all arrival dates are accurate – in one occasion there were 20 years between the first written record and the actual arrival to Morrinsville.
  • Departure date is either the date of death or the date recorded as leaving the district.
  • Names marked with (*) indicate that the museum holds further information or photographs of this person.

The references used in the list are as follows:

A Electoral Main Roll 1894 M Newspaper Waikato Times
B Electoral Main Roll 1898 N Newspaper New Zealand Herald
C Electoral Main Roll 1899 O Morrinsville Town Boards Rate Book, 1911
D Electoral Main Roll 1902 P Cyclopedia of New Zealand Auckland Ed. 1902
E Electoral Main Roll 1908 Q Newspaper Morrinsville Star
F Electoral Main Roll 1911 R Book Early Morrinsville by S Allen.
G Electoral Supplementary Roll No1 1907 S Dated photograph held in Museum collection. eg P/095
H Electoral Supplementary Roll No1 1908 T Newspaper Weekly New
I Electoral Supplementary Roll No2 1909 U Morrinsville School Reunion Booklet
J Book Diamond Jubilee of the Piako County V Information from a family member
K Book Land of Three Rivers W Information supplied by a non family member
L Land Title Records

3 Comments to “Morrinsville Residents from 1852 to 1912”

  1. Annmaire Barnhill

    hey, im just looking for history on my old morrinsvlle house, if a family of a father and girl maybe mother lived in it and maybe something happened? it would of most likely been early years of morrinsvlle but not sure,
    Can you please help me find out and tell me how i could find out.
    my address is 23 cureton street, morrinsvlle.

    yours sincerly,
    Annmarie Barnhill. thanks

  2. My great grand mother was Elizabeth Hogan,wife of William Hogan i found her grave in the Morrinsville cemetary from Gael Williams nee Harding Do you know if there was a Louisa Harvey Rochfort or Harding living in Morrinsville 1890sThanking you from GAEL.

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