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Headstone of Arthur, Elizabeth & Charlotte Crapp.
Captain Arthur Algernon Crapp was born in France in c1842 to Samuel and Charlotte Crapp (nee Field). When he came to New Zealand he fought in the New Zealand Wars, being a member of
Faulkner House, Tauranga.
John Lees Faulkner was an early Tauranga trader, arriving in the area in 1840. His house, Okorore, was located at Beach Road, Otumoetai, before being moved to Tauranga's Historic Village
2011, 1935, 1945
Faulkner Family Reunion Plaque (2004-2005.
Plaque laid at Tauranga Mission Cemetery (Otamataha Pā) for the Faulkner Family Reunion (December 2004-January 2005). It reads: In Memory of John Lees Faulkner. His first wife Ruawahine of Ngaiukairangi
Headstone of Ruawahine, John and John Lees Faulkner.
Ruawahine Irihapeti (Elizabeth) Faulkner was the wife of early Tauranga trader John Lees Faulkner. She belonged to the Ngāi Te Rangi iwi, the last people to occupy the Otūmoetai Pā. Ruawahine and John had
Headstone of Robert Farrell (1827-1873.
Robert Farrell was born in County Meath, Ireland, in 1827 (at this stage the correct name of his parents is unknown). In 1846 he joined the British Army's 31st Foot
Headstone of Ada & Eleanora Turner.
Headstone of Ada Campbell Turner and her sister Eleanora Grace Turner who were the children of Capt. Archibald Campbell and Eleanora Jane Turner (nee Simson). Ada was born in Brockville, Ontario, Canada on 10 October
Headstone of William McAuley (c1837-1865.
Private William McAuley drowned at Tauranga on 4 August 1865 at the age of 28 (death registered under spelling 'McCauley' reg. 1865/6770). He was buried in Mission Cemetery (Otamataha Pā)
High Trees: Tauranga residence of Henry Harpur Greer.
The Greer family arrived in Tauranga on 10 March 1864. They made their home in one of Tauranga’s earliest houses 'High Trees'. It was in the grounds of the Greer
2013, 1859, 1869
Headstone of Henry Emus (1836-1867.
Henry Emus was born at Preston in Lancashire, England in 1836. His parents were John and Alice Emus (nee Livesey) who married on 8 November 1833 at St John in Preston. John was
Headstone of Henry Jeffs (c1844-1867.
Henry Jeffs was born in c1844. He was 19 years old when he enlisted in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on 1 September 1863. He served in the No. 8 Company of
Kōkiri on Site at the Tauranga Historic Village (2008.
Kōkiri (Meaning in Māori: empowerment through knowledge and education), is the name of the building purchased by the Tauranga Waldorf School in 2008 and relocated from Tauranga Historic Village to
Headstone of Thomas and Frances Wrigley (2016.
Thomas Dale Wrigley was born in Manchester, England in c1828. He emigrated to Melbourne, Australia in 1853 and then to Auckland, New Zealand in 1871, settling in Tauranga in 1874.
Headstone of Selina Hannah Gellibrand (nee Evans) (1831-1878.
Selina Hannah Evans was born in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England on 5 May 1831. Her parents were Samuel and Selina Evans (nee Kerby) who married in Sussex, England, in 1826. On 26
Headstone of Robert MacAlister (1809-1871.
Robert MacAlister was born in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland on 6 November 1809 (baptised 19 November 1809). His parents were John and Mary MacAlister (nee McKirdy). On 1 February 1844 Robert married Jane
Headstone of James Patton Brockman Fraser (c1841-1870.
James Patton Brockman Fraser was born in Inverness, Scotland, in c1841. His family moved to Canada, from where he joined the 73rd Regiment. James served during the Indian Mutiny (unsuccessful rebellion
Headstone of Patrick McDonald (c1839-1864.
Patrick McDonald was born in Galway, Ireland in c1839. He enlised in the 68th (Durham) Light Infantry (The Faithful Durhams) on 24 February 1858 (Regimental No: 208). Patrick was a
Headstone of James Harmer (c1836-1864.
James Harmer (Hanner) was born at Leeds in Yorkshire, England in c1836. He was a Labourer before he enlisted in the 68th (Durham) Light Infantry (The Faithful Durhams) on 10 November 1853
Headstone of John Twinen and Thomas Bayly.
John Twinen (Twinnen/Twinam) was born at Portadown in County Armagh, Northern Ireland in c1834. He was a farmer before arriving in New Zealand on board the 'Claremont' in 1862. John joined the 3rd Waikato
Headstone of John Cady (c1842-1869.
John Cady was born in London, England in c1842. He joined the 40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment of Foot (Regimental No. 3376), arriving in New Zealand in the early 1860s. On 2 August 1866 John applied to
Headstone of Thomas Harden Dixon (c1828-1870.
Thomas Harden Dixon was born at  Rothwell in Yorkshire, England in c1828. It is not yet known when he arrived in New Zealand. He joined the Armed Constabulary (Division 2) on 7 February