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Mrs Fred Faulkner, Mrs Alf Faulkner, two children and Euphemia Jones (1899.
Euphemia Jones was likely born in Gisborne in around 1880. She was a cousin to Mrs Alf Falkner of Katikati and while visiting in 1898 was taken on by Adela
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Twickenham (side view), Katikati (1900.
The name Gledstanes has been associated with Katikati since early 1879 when Mary Gledstanes (1836-1919), a widow with an adult family of sons and daughters arrived in the district. Mary was
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Brothers William and Harry Stewart smoking on a tree stump (1900.
Andrew Charles Henry Arbuthnot (Harry) Stewart and William Nassau Stewart were the youngest sons of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart, arriving in New Zealand as children on board the Carisbrooke Castle on
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Maori family with four children at Katikati (1899.
This photograph of a Maori family at Katikati was 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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Maori family at Martray, Katikati (1899.
Photograph of a Maori family at Martray in Katikati, taken by Emily Surtees in 1899. The parents are holding the two youngest children whilst the older two stand in front
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Euphemia Jones and friend (1899.
Euphemia Jones was likely born in Gisborne in around 1880. She was a cousin to Mrs Alf Falkner of Katikati and while visiting in 1898 was taken on by Adela
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Euphemia Jones and friend (1899.
Euphemia Jones was likely born in Gisborne in around 1880. She was a cousin to Mrs Alf Falkner of Katikati and while visiting in 1898 was taken on by Adela
2012
Bay Window at Athenree Homestead (1899.
Athenree Homestead (built 1878) is where George Vesey Stewart’s younger brother Hugh and his wife Adela made their home. Hugh and Adela had arrived in Auckland, New Zealand, with their seven-year-old son
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Alexander Honeyman's from the hills (1898.
Photograph of the home of Alexander and Rosa Honeyman near Marton, New Zealand. Rosa Stewart Honeyman was born in c1863 and died in New Zealand in 1936 (reg. 1936/14545). She was
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Mary Gledstanes, Miss Dibble and Miss D Stewart outside Twickenham (1898.
Mary Stewart was the sister of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart. She was born in Ballygawley, County Tryone, Ireland in 1836. Mary married Robert Gledstanes in Ireland in 1857. Robert's
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Twickenham: Mary Gledstanes house (1898.
Mary Stewart was the sister of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart. She was born in Ballygawley, County Tryone, Ireland in 1836. Mary married Robert Gledstanes in Ireland in 1857. Robert's
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William Villers Tuthill and daughter Mary Hannah Tuthill (January 1899.
William Villiers Tuthill was born in New Abbey, Newbridge, County Kildare, Ireland, in 1857. He arrived in New Zealand in 1878 on board the 'Lady Jocelyn' as a cadet to
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William Villiers Tuthill and horse (January 1899.
William Villiers Tuthill was born in New Abbey, Newbridge, County Kildare, Ireland, in 1857. He arrived in New Zealand in 1878 on board the 'Lady Jocelyn' as a cadet to
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Boat House Bay, Martray, Kauri Point, Katikati (1899.
Boat House Bay was on the 'Martray' estate property at Kauri Point in Katikati.  Emily Surtees Photographic Collection. Photographer: Emily Surtees (nee Stewart) (eldest child of George Vesey and Margaret Stewart). Courtesy of
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Fishing nets at Boat House Bay, Martray, Kauri Point, Katikati (1899.
Boat House Bay was on the 'Martray' estate property at Kauri Point in Katikati.  Emily Surtees Photographic Collection. Photographer: Emily Surtees (nee Stewart) (eldest child of George Vesey and Margaret Stewart). Courtesy of
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Reginald, Alice and Kathleen Hagerty at Boat House Bay, Katikati (1899.
Boat House Bay was on the 'Martray' estate property at Kauri Point in Katikati. Pictured are Reginald, Alice and Kathleen Hagerty. Alice was the second wife of George Vesey Stewart; Reginald
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John and Annie Parker and family (1899.
Katikati school teacher John Rollo Comerford Parker was also known as 'Rollo'. His marriage in 1876 to fellow settler Annie Wylie was the first reported wedding in the Katikati district.
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Evyleen Stewart atop Pharoah the horse (1900.
Evyleen Frances Stewart was born at Ferndale in Katikati in 1885. She was known as 'Dolly'. Her parents were Mervyn Archdale and Phoebe Louisa Hornridge Stewart (nee Gledstanes) who married in
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Hugh Stewart's children sitting outside (1900.
Five 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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Girl and dog on the beach, Katikati (1900.
Photograph possibly of Kathleen Norah Hagerty (1890-1973), also known as Norah Stein. Emily Surtees Photographic Collection. Photographer: Emily Surtees (nee Stewart) (eldest child of George Vesey and Margaret Stewart). Courtesy of Elizabeth Smith
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