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Te Araroa Cemetery
Te Araroa, Gisborne Region, New Zealand

GPS: -37.627962, 178.351774

Te Arawapia Rd
Te Araroa, Gisborne, 4087
New Zealand

Published: June 17, 2020
Total records: 15

Te Araroa Cemetery is owned and managed by Gisborne District Council. Note: This is not the Te Araroa Public Cemetery located inside the town center of Te Araroa.

Cemetery History

Te Araroa is a town in the Gisborne Region of the North Island of New Zealand. It is situated 175 km north of Gisborne city, along State Highway 35 between Tokata and Awatere.

This cemetery is located near the beach, about 500 meters west of the town center of Te Araroa. There is also the "public cemetery" in the town center of Te Araroa, as well as two other cemeteries near Orutua River by Horoera.

Cemetery Records

Records linked below were acquired from Gisborne District Council on June 14, 2020.


APUWAI, Anne Ngareta (Hovell), Adult, Age: 46, Block: ROW2
BOYD, Tapita, Infant, Block: IFE
BRADSHAW, Lionel Henry, Adult, Age: 37, Block: OFE
BROWNLIE, George Charles, Adult, Age: 71, Block: IFE
ENSOR, Elizabeth Joan, Adult, Age: 26, Block: OFE
GOLDSMITH, Olivia, Infant, Block: ROW1
HOVELL, Edwin Wilson, Adult, Age: 28, Block: IFE
HOVELL, Hilton James Lonewood, Adult, Age: 80, Block: IFE
HOVELL, Sarah Paku, Adult, Age: 77, Block: IFE
HOVELL, Thomas Speakman, Infant, Block: IFE
KOORIE, Elias Abraham, Adult, Age: 60, Block: OFE
LIMA, Manuel, Adult, Age: 66, Block: ROW1
PEARCE, Biddy Patricia Charlotte Rose, Infant, Block: OFE
RICKARD, Edward Ranfurly Garth (Ted), Adult, Age: 26, Block: IFE
TRENUE, Frederick Charles, Infant, Block: OFE

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