Samuel CRAWSHAW, 18711942 (aged 71 years)

Name
Samuel /CRAWSHAW/
Surname
CRAWSHAW
Given names
Samuel
Birth May 14, 1871
Baptism July 9, 1871 (aged 1 month)
Occupation
Farmer,Transport Operator

Residence
Note: From Christening Field:

From Christening Field:

Lived for many years in Kamo

Death June 18, 1942 (aged 71 years)
Burial June 20, 1942 (2 days after death)
Cemetery: Plot 38-E-54 Purewa Cemetery
Residence

From Christening Field:

Lived for many years in Kamo

Note

Passenger Transport in St Heliers. from 1904 to 1913The St Heliers stop was in front of the 'Fairy Bower' a tearooms run by the Norris family From St Heliers to Auckland, Sam Crawshaw's buses made regular trips at long intervals. One bus carried 18 and was by three horses. Another carried 24 passengers and was drawn by five horses. The city Terminal was at Crowther's Stables which became the Embassy Theatre. It left town at 9pm went via Green Lane to St Heliers but if the Opera was on they left at 11pm. The trip took about an hour. The St Heliers stop was in front of the Fairy Bower, a tearooms run by Sam's wife Mary and her sister Eva Norris. The buses and horses were housed at 30 St Heliers Bay Road and Sam and family lived next door. The business was sold in 1913 to Mary's husband, Percy Norris.

Note

Admitted to Auckland Hospital. 16 Jan 1907 Sam Crawshaw (25) of St Heliers , Bus driver with febris enterica, (Yellow Fever) Discharged !4th June 1907