All Results in Katikati History topics

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Emily Charlotte Sophia Surtees (nee Stewart) was the eldest child of George Vesey and Margaret Stewart. She was born in 1857, possibly at Lisbeg House, County Tyrone, Ireland. Emily was
2012, 1894, 1904
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An article written in 2016 by Katikati Historian Ellen McCormack about her relationship with the historic Athenree Homestead. The history ranges from the 1880s to 2010.
2016
Genealogy Record
Cherry Chamberlain wrote this account of her life at Katikati in 2003 with the assistance of Ken Smith and the Tauranga Historical Society. Her article was printed in the Bay
2014
Genealogy Record
Emily Charlotte Sophia Surtees (nee Stewart) was the eldest child of George Vesey and Margaret Stewart. She was a photographer and her photographs appear in this kete as the Emily
2012
Genealogy Record
Alice Macmillan farmed in Beach Road, Katikati, for fifty-two years. She was the mother of Katikati Historian Ellen McCormack.
2015
Genealogy Record
Doctor Joe was a much loved Katikati identity for over 40 years. His early years were scarred by his experiences in the concentration camps of NAZI Germany after the German
2013
Genealogy Record
Remembered as one of 'nature’s true gentlemen' my grandfather was a 'prolific painter' during his retirement years, signing his work 'Len McCauley'. Currently the location of only six of his
2013
Genealogy Record
Lily lent money to the Roads Board in 1914 to purchase and erect Black Wattle posts for a telephone system for the Katikati district. This is her story as told
2013
Genealogy Record
The following article on former Mayor and Member of Parliament for Tauranga, Charles Macmillan, was written by Ellen McCormack (nee Macmillan) in 2012.
2012
Genealogy Record
John Glen McCauley from Katikati was declared missing-in-action during World War II on 19 December 1942. He and his wife, Joan, wrote a series of letters to his older sister
2013
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During World War II John Glen McCauley and his wife Joan Dorothy McCauley wrote a series of letters to John's older sister Hazel Emily Anderson (nee McCauley) who lived at
2013
Genealogy Record
Ethel Louisa Latham married Charles Macmillan who would later become Mayor and Member of Parliament for Tauranga. She was a painter. Ethel died in Tauranga on 22 July 1942 after
2016
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John Hamilton was a pioneer who, along with his wife and family, contributed much to Katikati. He was my second great grandfather. Story by Debbie McCauley.
2013
Genealogy Record
Kathleen Ivy Lecky appears in a Waitekohe No. 3 School photo taken in 1914. She was the wife of my first cousin twice removed - Debbie McCauley
2012
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In 1969 May Nolan recollection's of her life in Katikati were printed in the Waihi Gazette. She was my first cousin twice removed - Debbie McCauley.
2013
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Rachel Hamilton was the daughter of Katikati pioneers and lived her whole life in Katikati. She was my great grandmother - Debbie McCauley.
2013
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Sarah Ann Crawford (nee Birkett) served the Katikati community as a midwife, even delivering several of her own grandchildren. She was my second great grandmother - Debbie McCauley.
2013
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These two stories were written in 2009 for my children about their third great grandmother, Rachel Hamilton (née Lennard). Part 1 is titled Rachel: an Irish Immigrant to Katikati &
2013
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Margaret Ann Hamilton was a devoted employee of Captain Mervyn and Frances Stewart (née Vesey). She was my third great aunt - Debbie McCauley.
2013
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Maria Gallaher was the first teacher at the Katikati No. 2 School in Beach Road after it was built in 1879. Three of her son's were killed during World War
2013