Council seeking owners of damaged headstones
Council is asking families whose headstones were damaged by the tree fall in the Taumarunui New Cemetery to contact about their reinstatement.
The large Redwood which came down in high winds damaged around 16 headstones.
Council has been contacted by a number of families but there are others for who we do not have any contact information.
If Council is unable to connect with the affected families we will do what we can to reassemble the damaged pieces and lay them on top of the graves.
Please call Council on 07 895 8188 or email Rina with your contact details.
The graves affected by the tree fall are on rows F, G and H of the Taumarunui New Cemetery.
|F||3||HASTIE, Robert Alexander|
|F||4||Hastie, Sarah Maria|
|F||61||Gaby, Muriel Edith|
|F||63||SITEMAN, Slonzo Andrew|
|F||65||ASTBURY, Vincent Robert|
|G||4||WILLIAMS, Arnold Gavin|
|G||11||WILSON, Hector Campbell|
|G||15||LE GROS, Philip Wayne - Laurence Vandin - Noel Raymond|
|G||16||GOODWIN, Sheryll Joy|
|G||73||BALLANCE, Clarence - Christina Maisie|
|G||74||BALLANCE, Julian (Ash)|
|G||75||STUBBINGTON, Winifred Louise - Herbert Leo|
|G||76||TAYLOR, Gilbert Arthur Colin|
|H||17||HINGSTON, Murray Frederick|