Waikumete Cemetery Chapel

Glenview Rd, Waikumete Cemetery, Glen Eden

  • Waikumete Cemetery Chapel.
    Copyright: Waitakere City Council. Taken By: Alina Wimmer. Date: 5/11/2008.

List Entry Information

List Entry Status Listed List Entry Type Historic Place Category 2 Public Access Private/No Public Access
List Number 2605 Date Entered 7th April 1983 Date of Effect 7th April 1983


City/District Council

Auckland Council


Auckland Council

Legal description

DP 11643 Allots 248 248A Pt Lot 416 Waikomiti Psh


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Morris, Ebenezer

Ebenezer Morris (1849?-1929)

Scots-born Morris came to New Zealand in 1877. He was in business at Thames, Matakohe and Auckland. One of his early contracts was the single-classroom Matakohe School (1879) (NZHPT register # 470, Category II historic place). During the 1890s he went into business with a Mr McLean. The partnership constructed St Paul's Anglican Church, Symonds Street in 1894-1895 (NZHPT Registration # 650, Category I), but appears to have ended by November 1895 . At the turn of the century Morris, in business on his own account, undertook a number of government contracts including alterations and additions to the Auckland Magistrates Court and to the Courthouse in Te Awamutu (1900); and to the Auckland Asylum (1904), now known as the former Carrington Hospital, or Unitech (NZHPT Registration # 96, Category I historic place). He constructed the Devonport Post Office in 1907 and the Huntly Post Office in 1908.

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Construction Dates

Original Construction
1886 -

Other Information

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