Reports of meetings on Māori Church matters, 1872-1888
Scale of Fees and Charges For the Purewa Cemetery
Scale of Fees and Charges For the Purewa Cemetery.
|Breaking Ground.||Sinking Grave.||Total.|
|For an Adult||0||10||0||0||10||0||1||0||0|
|For Child under 7||0||7||6||0||7||6||0||15||0|
|For Still Born||0||5||0||0||7||6||0||12||6|
On payment of a fee of 15s. within two years from date of burial the permission will be given to fence.
The fee for breaking ground may be remitted, under special circumstances, by the Trustees.
Grave Space, including
|Permission to Fence.||Breaking Ground.||Sinking Grave 7ft.|
Special application must be made for larger spaces.
Re-opening vault or tomb, 20s.
Interment on Sundays, 20s. additional.
Church of England Cemetery,
Licence for Permanent Enclosure.
Lot Block Section
Whereas of member of the Church of the Province of New Zealand, commonly called the Church of England, is desirous of constructing an enclosure of iron or other durable material in the burying ground of Purewa, and hath paid to the Trustees of the said burying ground the sum of for to be occupied by such enclosure:
The said Trustees do hereby license the said to construct such an enclosure as aforesaid. Provided that the land so to be enclosed and occupied as aforesaid shall not be used for any purpose or in any manner otherwise than for the burial of the dead according to the rites of the said Church. Provided also that neither the enclosure to be constructed under this licence, nor any monument, gravestone, railing, or enclosure, shall be placed on or within the land so to be occupied as aforesaid, without a previous written approval of the design of such monument, gravestone, railing or enclosure, or of i such inscription, approved of by the Trustees.
Dated the day of 18
Signed, Trustees of the burying ground of Purewa
Church of England Cemetery.
Warrant to Sexton to Inter.
Lot. Block Section.
The Sexton in charge of the Purewa Cemetery is authorised to inter, as above, the body of 18 Secretary. The body of was by me interred as above, on the 18 Sexton.
Wm. S. Cochrane,
Secretary to the S. John's College Trust.