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Cecil Gledstanes and family (1900.
Cecil Gledstanes with his three daughters (from left): Helen (Dolly) Louisa, Mary (Florrie) Florence (1899) and Caroline (Edie) Edith. Cecil Ambrose Frederick Hornridge Gledstanes married Caroline Jane Crossley at Fairlight in Katikati
2012
Stanford House, Katikati (1900.
This photograph of Stanford House and surroundings was taken by Emily Surtees in 1900. Stanford House was owned by Richard and Emily Surtees. It was located in Surtees Road [since renamed Hikurangi
2012
Stanford House, Katikati (1910.
Stanford House in Katikati was owned by Richard and Emily Surtees. It was located in Surtees Road [since renamed Hikurangi Road] in Katikati. This black and white photograph was made available to
2013
Stanford House, Katikati (c1910.
Stanford House in Katikati was owned by Richard and Emily Surtees. It was located in Surtees Road [since renamed Hikurangi Road] in Katikati. This black and white photograph was made available to
2013, 1905, 1915
Mary Florence Gledstanes (1900.
Known as 'Florrie', Mary Florence Gledstanes was born in 1885. Her mother Caroline died on 29 May 1899. Mary married Angus Herbert McLean in 1918. She died in Auckland in 1938 and
2012
Helen Louisa Gledstanes with dog (1900.
Known as 'Dolly', Helen Louisa Gledstanes was born in Katikati in 1889. Her mother Caroline died on 29 May 1899. Helen married Adrian Arnold Ramsey in 1922. She died in Pukehoke
2012
Cecil Gledstanes with daughters Helen, Caroline and Mary (1899.
Cecil Gledstanes with his three daughters (from left): Helen (Dolly) Louisa, Caroline (Edie) Edith and Mary (Florrie) Florence (1899). Cecil Ambrose Frederick Hornridge Gledstanes married Caroline Jane Crossley at Fairlight in Katikati
2012
Grace and Douglas Andrews (1900.
Grace and Douglas Andrews were brother and sister. They were the ninth and tenth children of William and Mary Andrews (nee Gilmer) who married in Ballymean, Country Antrim, Ireland, in 1863. Emily
2012
Mary, Helen and Caroline Gledstanes (1900.
From left: Mary (Florrie) Florence Gledstanes; Helen (Dolly) Louisa Gledstanes and Caroline (Edie) Edith Gledstanes (1900). The three daughters of Cecil Ambrose Frederick Hornridge Gledstanes and his wife Caroline Jane (nee
2012
Castle Grace, Katikati (1900.
Born at Castle Grace in County Tipperary, Ireland in 1826, Fitzgibbon Louch named the land allocation he received at Katikati in 1875 after his birth place. The land was situated
2012
Castle Grace, Katikati (side view) (1900.
Born at Castle Grace in County Tipperary, Ireland in 1826, Fitzgibbon Louch named the land allocation he received at Katikati in 1875 after his birth place. The land was situated
2012
Franz & Elizabeth Hoeing's house (1900.
Elizabeth MacDonnell was born in Shamrock, Colliery, Herne, Westphalia, Germany, in 1866. She arrived in New Zealand in 1878 with her family. Her father was Barney MacDonnell who ran the
2012
Franz Schulze Hoeing (1852-1918.
Franz Schulze Hoeing was born in Unna, Prussia, Germany, in 1852. He arrived in New Zealand in c1880. On 20 July 1897 Franz married Elizabeth MacDonnell in Tauranga. Elizabeth's father was Barney
2012
Elizabeth (nee MacDonnell) and Franz Hoeing (1900.
Elizabeth MacDonnell was born in Shamrock, Colliery, Herne, Westphalia, Germany, in 1866. She arrived in New Zealand in 1878 with her family. Her father was Barney MacDonnell who ran the
2012
Agnes McClung (nee Logan) (1853-1910.
Agnes Logan was born in Straiton, Ayrshire, Scotland in 1853. In 1877 she married Gilbert McClung (c1851-1897) in Maybole, Ayrshire. They were on board the 'Lady Jocelyn' when it arrived
2012
Anne Mark Canning (1875-1961.
Anne Mark Canning [Nancy/Nannie] was born in Belfast, County Down, Ireland, in 1875. Her parents were Maria Calcot Freeman Mark (daugher of Rev John Mark) and her husband William James
2012
Reverend Katterns' Ostriches (1900.
In around 1895 Reverend William Katterns establised an Ostrich Farm on the main road south of Katikati to supplement his stipend. The birds frequently escaped their enclosure and ran down
2012
Two of Reverend Katterns' Ostriches (1900.
In around 1895 Reverend William Katterns establised an Ostrich Farm on the main road south of Katikati to supplement his stipend. The birds frequently escaped their enclosure and ran down
2012
Adam Johnston's House (1900.
Adam Johnston was born in Edergoole in 1866, the son of Noble and Elizabeth Johnston (nee Lammie) who married in County Tyrone, Ireland, in 1852. Adam married Mary Ann Lockington in
2012
Aongatete House (1900.
This house was likely situated at Aongatete Farm and owned by Nathaniel Dickey who moved to Aongatete from Paeroa. It is situated behind some large gum trees with some chickens roaming
2012