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From: Maureen Donwen <>
Subject: [NZ-FENCIBLES] Coyle
Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2002 20:13:33 -0700
This from a file of death notices from the New Zealander, this may or
may not be the correct COYLE Family.
COYLE On 1st February 1865, at Freemans Bay, Alice, third daughter of Mr
Patrick Coyle of Chapel-street, aged 9 years. [NZ'er 2 Feb 1865]
This is the only Coyle Notice I could find - The following records are
from a file of Early Auckland Deaths provided by Shirley Kendall.
COYLE Died 10th November 1848, Mary Coyle, aged 1 day 11 hours.
COYLE Died 10th November 1848, Ann Coyle, aged 1 day 11 hours, twin
daughters of Anthony Coyle, Fencible, Panmure, and Margaret Connell..
COYLE Died May 25, 1849, Arthur Coyle, Fencible, husband of Margaret
Mary Coyle, aged 40 years.
COYLE Died 27th February 1851, Charles Coyle, son oP Peter Coyle,
fencible, Otahuhu, and Mary Maguire, of sunstroke, aged 7 months.
COYLE Died 23rd February 1872, John Coyle, son of Fencible Anthony and
Catherine Coyle, aged 23 years.
COYLE Died 12th April 1873, Catherine Coyle, wife of Fencible Anthony
Coyle, aged 50 years.
COYLE Died 27th February 1882, Anthony Coyle, Fencible of Panmure, of
old age, aged 75 years.
COYLE On January 15, 1885, at his son's residence, Fernleigh Street,
Ponsonby, Patrick Coyle, late H.M. 58th Regiment, aged 75 years.
COYLE On March 5, 1900, at Summer Street, Eden Terrace, Mercy Ellen Pane
Coyle, the dearly loved wife of Arthur Coyle, aged 56 years. Requiem in
pace. The funeral will leave her late residence at 3 p.m. today
(Tuesday) for the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Symonds Street. friends are
invited to accept this invitation.
New Zealand Herald Tuesday 6th March 1900.
GAVEN Died 7th November 1918, at Mount Smart Road, Thomas Austen Gaven,
ironmonger, aged 44 years. Born Ohaupo, son of Patrick Gaven, farmer,
and Margaret Coyle. Married at Auckland at age 30 to Maud Lye, widow
aged 40 at time of death. Male issue living - 5, 12. Buried Waikumete
Cemetery. (should be Gavin?)
Vol 11, page 58, C. Little records, Auckland Public Library.
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Subject: [NZ-FENCIBLES] Coyle.
Resent-Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 20:55:58 -0600
Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2002 15:57:14 -0700
From: "Anne Sandford" <>
I have an interest in the family of Ann nee Riley (of Naas, Ireland) and Patrick COYLE (married 1827 Naas Ireland) who came to Auckland as Fencible family in the 1840's. They had 3 children ? 1 male and 2 females in 1877 when Ann Coyle died. She is buried at Grafton and Patrick at Waikumete, West Auckland. Their son John born in 1851 in Auckland, married Mary Matilda COXHEAD, and they had three children here in Auckland NZ, then moved to Melborne, Australia and had another son. They stayed and died there. Contact sought with the daughters, descendants, and any family?. Can anyone name the females? or add any futher data to my records. There was another family in Auckland at the same time with similar names. They were Ann nee Finn and Patrick Coyle, a Publican by trade.
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