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Mary Ashfield (c1823-1903.
Mary Ashfield appears on the 1893 and 1896 New Zealand Electoral Rolls. It appears that she worked in Katikati for Frances Stewart (nee Vesey), wife of Captain Mervyn Stewart. In
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Donald and Eliza McLean outside their house (1900.
Donald McLean was a member of the 1st Waikato Militia (No 794). He enlisted in Melbourne on 1 September 1863 at the age of 27. He was also a jockey.
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Donald and Eliza McLean (1900.
Donald McLean was a member of the 1st Waikato Militia (No 794). He enlisted in Melbourne on 1 September 1863 at the age of 27. He was also a jockey.
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William Taylor's House at Katikati (1900.
William Taylor was born in Holtby, Yorkshire, England in c1854. In 1881 William purchased a 40 acre farm [Surtees Road] from early Katikati settler John Hamilton. This land was called
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William Taylor sitting on a log (1900.
William Taylor was born in Holtby, Yorkshire, England in c1854. In 1881 William purchased a 40 acre farm [Surtees Road] from early Katikati settler John Hamilton. This land was called
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William Taylor sitting on a chair (1900.
William Taylor was born in Holtby, Yorkshire, England in c1854. In 1881 William purchased a 40 acre farm [Surtees Road] from early Katikati settler John Hamilton. This land was called
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Annie and William Taylor (1900.
William Taylor was born in Holtby, Yorkshire, England in c1854. In 1881 William purchased a 40 acre farm [Surtees Road] from early Katikati settler John Hamilton. This land was called
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Mary Tanner, Margaret Tanner and Annie Parker (1900.
Mary Jane and Annie Wylie were sisters. Mary Jane married Jonathan Tanner and Annie married John Rollo Comerford Parker (Katikati No. 1 School: Tuapiro headmaster). Mary Jane died in Katikati
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Katikati No. 1 School: Tuapiro (1900.
Photograph of schoolteacher John Rollo Comerford Parker (c1850-1914) with his class of students from Katikati No. 1 School at Tuapiro. John was also known as 'Rollo'. He married Annie Wylie in 1876,
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Hugh and Christina Stewart in a wheelbarrow (1900.
Two of the children of Hugh Alexander Montgomery Moore and Susan Iven Stewart (nee Clark) who married in 1895. Hugh was the seventh child of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart;
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James, Francis, Hugh and Christina Stewart (1900.
Four of the children of Hugh Alexander Montgomery Moore and Susan Iven Stewart (nee Clark) who married in 1895. Hugh was the seventh child of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart.
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The Parker children at Katikati (1899.
Photograph taken by Emily Surtees at Katikati of the four youngest Parker children. Their parents were John Rollo Comerford and Annie Parker (nee Wylie) who married at Katikati in 1876. Thomas
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Mary Tanner, Annie Parker and children (1899.
Mary Jane and Annie Wylie were sisters. Mary Jane married Jonathan Tanner and Annie married Katikati No. 1 School: Tuapiro headmaster, John Rollo Comerford Parker. Mary Jane died in Katikati
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John Parker's house at Katikati (1899.
Annie Wylie was born in County Armagh, Ireland in c1850. Her parents were Joseph and Mary Ann Wylie who married in 1838. The family arrived in New Zealand on board
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John and Annie Parker and family (1899.
Katikati school teacher John Rollo Comerford Parker was also known as 'Rollo'. He arrived in New Zealand on board the Carisbrooke Castle with George Vesey Stewart's first party of settlers. The ship
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Martray House at Kauri Point, Katikati (1900.
Martray House was Captain Mervyn and Frances Stewart’s home at Kauri Point in Katikati. The couple married in Dublin in 1922 and purchased Martray House at Ballygawley, overlooking Martray Lough.
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Martray House from the front (1900.
Martray House was Captain Mervyn and Frances Stewart’s home at Kauri Point in Katikati. The couple married in Dublin in 1922 and purchased Martray House at Ballygawley, overlooking Martray Lough.
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Katikati Flour Mill (c1895.
William John Gray and Robert Crozier Simms built a store for Edward Killen Gilbert on the corner of main road (Waterford Road) and Hyde Street. Unfortunately the store did not
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Katikati Post Office, Police Station and Court House.
After it had been decided to site the new township at the Uretara Landing, the Uretara Post Office was opened on 28 December 1880 and the telegraph office four days later.
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Nick Robinson (1899.
Photograph of a man called Nick Robinson at Katikati taken by Emily Surtees in 1899. Emily Surtees Photographic Collection. Photographer: Emily Surtees (nee Stewart) (eldest child of George Vesey and Margaret Stewart). Courtesy
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