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David Cameron Simson 1851-1901
David married Elizabeth PUTT (1860-1930) in 1888

Elizabeth was 1 of 15 children of John PUTT (1822-1895) &
Susannah HART (1834-1899) of Omata, New Plymouth
David Cameron & Elizabeth Simson: had 9 children
Evening Star, 8th January 1897
WARDENS COURT
David Cameron Simson applied for a licensed holding for twenty-one years in respect to section 6, block 11, Nenthorn district, comprising 30 acres.
It was proposed to invest £4,000 in the working of fee land by means of tunnelling.
Mr Calvert appeared in support of fee application, which was granted subject to machine site and dam now on the land.

A similar application by David Cameron Simson was made in respect to section 7, block 11, Nenthorn district.
to drive a 2,000 ft tunnel at the battery site about half a mile below Bare? wood railway station. Cost of construction of such tunnel to be about £2,600,
Mr Calvert appeared in support of the application, which was granted.

Evening Star, 8th May 1897
WARDEN’S COURT.
D. C. Simson applied for the right to construct a water race, two miles and a-half in length, on the west bank of the Taieri River.
Right granted for fourteen years.

D. C. Simson and Henry Piper applied for five acres on block 11, Nenthorn, as a machine site.—Application granted.
Evening Star, 6th August 1897
WARDENS COURT
David Cameron Simson applied for a licensed holding of 30 acres, block 11. Nenthorn, adjoining sections 6, 7, 8, and 15, block 11.
No objection ; granted


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Auckland Star, 25th May 1901
SIMSON; on 24th May 1901, at Oakleigh Park, Avondale, David cameron, dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth Simson, in his 50th Year.
The funeral will leave his late residence on Monday 27th May, at 2pm,
Friends kindly accept this intimation.


Auckland Star, 28th February 1902
SUPREME COURT
An order was made that the real estate of David cameron Simson deceased , now in the hands of Thomas cameron Simson, be delivered to
Elizabeth Simson.


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