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New Zealand Herald, 19th February 1889
MARRIAGES.
MURCHIE MONCUR.
At the the residence of the bride's parents, on February 12, by the Rev. A. Carrick.
Alexander, son of E. Murchie, merchant, Isle of Arran, Scotland, to
Mary Anderson, second daughter of A. Moncur
(late of Kinross, Scotland), View Road, Mount Eden, Auckland.
Mary Anderson Moncur
Mary anderson Moncur




New Zealand Herald, 22nd February 1889
At the Burns' social last night a letter was read from Mr. Alexander Murchie, thanking the club for the handsome souvenir with which they had presented Mrs. Murchie on the occasion of her marriage. The chairman expressed the hope, on behalf of the club, that Mrs. Murchie might be long spared to assist in their socials in the future as aho had done in the past, when Miss Moncur.


Observer, 7th March 1891
Newsy Notes
Burns Club:
President, Mr James Stewart;
Vice-presidents,
Messrs Fowlds, J. Lyle, and G. Lankham treasurer, Mr R. Geddes; secretary, Mr J. Home; committee, Messrs G. Carter, Alexander Murchie, J. Moncur, James Robertson, and J.Parker auditors, Messrs Sommerville and Forbes. J. Wendel,


Auckland Star, 29th February 1894
Burns Club;
At the annual meeting of the Burns' Club, held last night in the Masonic Hall, Karangahape Road, Mr Alex. Murchie occupied the chair.
The Secretary, Mr John Home, submitted a report of the past year's proceedings. It stated that while the year had been one of pleasure and success the membership had nob increased as much as mighb have been expected. The monthly entertainments had proved successful while the class for dancing had also been maintained. The report continued,
"The finances are in a satisfactory condition, but if the arrears were paid up there would be a substantial credit balance. The Club was much indebted to the Hon. Wm. Swanson, M.L.C., for a copy of the 'Illustrated Songs of Burns,' and record their beat thanks to him for the genuine interest he had always taken in tho welfare of the Auckland Burns Club."

The Treasurer's statement; showed the total receipts to have been 50 16s lid while the expenditure left a email credit balance. The assets were valued at 51 17s 7d and the liabilities amounted to 12 9s 6d. Election of Officers; Officers were then elected for the ensuing year:-
President, James Stewart, C.E. Vice-presidents, Hon. W. Swanson, Messrs George Fowlds and Alexander Murchie; Treasurer, John Henry; Secretary, John Home; Committee, Messrs William Henry, R. Geddes, Charles Dunn, Alex. Wright and D. Finlayson.
Vote of thanks were accorded the retiring officers, and also to the Hon. W. Swanson for his presence. Seven new members were elected.



Auckland star, 9th February 1900
In Bancruptsy
Alexander Murchie, tailor, of Auckland, to-day filed a petition to be adjudged a bankrupt. His liabilities are 465 19/, of which 361 19/ is unsecured, and 104 secured.


Auckland Star, 10th February 1900
In his sworn statement before the Official Assignee, Alexander Murchie,: who filed a petition in. bankruptcy yesterday, stated that up to about three years ago he Was in the employ of his uncle, Mr M. Murchie, as traveller and cutter. His salary did not cover expenses, and he now owed Mr Murchie 100. He began business about 18 months ago in Karangahape Road, but had to give up nine months ago. Since then he only had occasional employment. Of his liabilities of 361 19/, 185 was borrowed money.


Auckland star, 15th February 1900
At a meeting- of creditors US the estate of Alexander Murchie, tailor, a bankrupt, held yesterday, it was decided:
"That the creditors sympathise with the debtor in his'present trouble, and are satisfied that his misfortunes are due'to' causes beyond his control: also-that the Official Assignee be requested to facilitate the debtor's discharge."


Auckland Star, 9th December 1901
In Bancruptsy
At the Supreme Court this morning orders were granted releasing the Official Assignee in Bankruptcy from the administration of the estates of the following persons;
Alexander Murchie Taylor Auckland.



1900 Manawatu-Wanganui, Rangtikei
Alexander     Murchie, Beatie Street, Fielding? , Cutter
Mary anderson Murchie, Beatie Street, Fielding? domestic duties


1905-6 Manawatu-Wanganui, Rangtikei
Alexander     Murchie, Tailors Cutter, 47 Wicksteed street
Mary anderson Murchie, household duties, 47 wickstead street

1914 Manawatu-Wanganui, Rangtikei
Alexander        Murchie, 72 Wicksteed street, Tailors Cuitter
Mary anderson    Murchie, 72 Wickstead street, married
Irene jessie     Murchie, 72 Wickstead street, spinster
Catherine lenore Murchie, 72 Wickstead street, spinster

1919 Manawatu, wanganuui
Alexander        Murchie, 72 Wicksteed street, Tailors Cuitter
Mary anderson    Murchie, 72 Wickstead street, married
Donald McGregor  Murchie, 72 wickstead street, Law Clerk
Catherine lenore Murchie, 72 Wickstead street, spinster 

1928 Wanganui
Mary anderson   Murchie, 72 Wicksteed street, Widow
Donald McGregor Murchie, 72 Wicksteed street, Law Clerk
Molly stanley   Murchie, 72 Wicksteed street, married

1935 Wanganui
Donald McGregor Murchie, 72 Wicksteed street, Law Clerk
Molly stanley   Murchie, 72 Wicksteed street, married


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