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Mt. Wesley Cemetery
Dargaville
Kaipara District
Northland  New Zealand

Cemetery notes and/or description:
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Mt. Wesley was the original cemetery for the town of Dargaville, which is itself on the northern extremity of the Kaipara Harbout. Nearby is Te Kopuru, and behind the hill country that provided much of the timber shipped out of the north.

Today the town is a quiet little place on the edge of the Wairoa river, steep green mountains rising to the north and west. Several kilometers directly west is the coast and the wild beaches that also have toheroa shellfish.

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There are two cemeteries that are referred to as Mt. Wesley. Many will designate one as the NEW Mt. Wesley while the other will be called the OLD Mt. Wesley.

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Directions to the New Mt Wesley

Location Information:

To reach this cemetery take the Dargaville to Taingaehe road, called River Road, from the west end of Dargaville. After about 2.5 kilometres, approximately half a kilometre past the Public Cemetery, turn right into Mount Wesley Coast Road and the cemetery is about 150 metres on the right.

There is a separate area for services' intements within the cemetery and the 3 burials are within this area.

Historical Information:

There are 3 Commonwealth burials of the 1939-1945 war here.

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Cemetery and information added by Carole Elizabeth Nurmi Cummings while working on the descendants of Johannes Barrow, Magistrate of Wedmore, Somerset, England.
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