Allan Charles O’Neil was one of the early European colonialists, an Irish immigrant who arrived in New Zealand in 1842, and surveyed the North Shore on behalf of the government.
He was a member of the Auckland Provincial Council and settled in Devonport peninsula.
The eldest son of Allan, John Henry O’Neil was also a surveyor who settled in Waitakere in 1878, after a stint in the Thames goldfields. He was on the Waitakerei Road Board for five years, a member of the Waitemata Licensing Committee and twice chairman of the Waitemata Country Council.
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