He was buried on Friday last, the Rev. W. H. Bawden officiating in the unavoidable absence of Mr Pattullo.
Deceased came to the Colony some 16 years ago and settled in Nol Road where he remained until his end. He fought in the Crimean War from the first till the last, and was during the last few years in receipt of a pension from the Imperial Government.
He was a native of Glasgow. He leaves behind him a widow and a grown up family of sons and daughters.
Bay Of Plenty Times, Volume XXIX, Issue 4364, 20 October 1902, Page 2