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Alicia Mary Kelly (1874-1942.
Alicia Kelly nursed hundreds of wounded from Gallipoli. While nursing at the No. 3 Australian Casualty Clearing Station (3ACCS) in Ypres she refused to leave her patients during heavy shelling.
2014
Elizabeth Kelly (nee Taylor) (c1807-1889.
Elizabeth Taylor was born in Ireland in c1807. In c1825 she married Thomas Kelly who was born in Ireland in c1798. They had eleven children together. Elizabeth died in Baltinglass, County Wicklow, Ireland in
2013, 1845, 1855
Rachel Hamilton (nee Lennard) (c1836-1904.
Rachel (née Lennard) and John Hamilton were one of the seventy-seven foundation families of Katikati. They arrived in Auckland, New Zealand with their children aboard the ‘Ocean Mail’ on 23 November 1875. The family were
2011, 1880, 1890
Letitia Ann Garmonsway (nee King) (1809-1892.
On the way to New Zealand aboard the Inchinnan from England in 1852, Letitia Garmonsway gave birth to her daughter Martha. On the same voyage, another daughter Jane died during a severe outbreak
2013, 1880, 1890
Ann Gordon (nee King) (1795-1868.
Ann Gordon spent nine years as the superintendent and matron of the Female Factory at Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia. She tried to implement policies designed to achieve the smooth running
2013, 1845, 1855
Plaque of Geoffrey Michael William Hodgkins (1902-1965.
Michael Hodgkins, nephew of the artist Frances Hodgkins, was a well known figure around Tauranga from the 1940s to the 1960s. Michael was known as "Spring Heel Jack" because of the
2017
James William Geraghty (1929-2013.
James (Jim) Geraghty fought in the Korean War (1950-1953). Later he drove logging trucks for many years. One of his Rimu logs formed part of the Ngatuhoa Lodge facilities that
2013, 1948, 1958
James Geraghty at the Old Te Puke Cemetery (2012.
Photograph of James William Geraghty at the grave of his grandmother Eliza at the Old Te Puke Cemetery on 10 February 2012 during the McCauley Family Reunion. James (Jim) Geraghty fought
2013
James Geraghty with his grandmother's headstone (2012.
Photograph of James William Geraghty at the grave of his grandmother Eliza at the Old Te Puke Cemetery on 10 February 2012 during the McCauley Family Reunion. James (Jim) Geraghty fought
2013
James Geraghty at his grandmother's house (2012.
Photograph of James (Jim) William Geraghty in Te Puke with the home of his grandmother Elizabeth (Eliza) Jane Geraghty (nee McCauley) (1871-1937) in the background on 10 February 2012 during
2013
Teen Mean Reads: The Hunger Games (2012.
Teen Mean Reads is a summer reading programme for Tauranga City Libraries teen users. To register in the programme teens needed to be aged 10-18 years old. Those participating had
2013
Teen Mean Reads: The Hunger Games (2012.
Teen Mean Reads is a summer reading programme for Tauranga City Libraries teen users. To register in the programme teens needed to be aged 10-18 years old. Those participating had
2013
Teen Mean Reads: The Hunger Games (2012.
Teen Mean Reads is a summer reading programme for Tauranga City Libraries teen users. To register in the programme teens needed to be aged 10-18 years old. Those participating had
2013
Teen Mean Reads: The Hunger Games (2012.
Teen Mean Reads is a summer reading programme for Tauranga City Libraries teen users. To register in the programme teens needed to be aged 10-18 years old. Those participating had
2013
Summer Reading Programme: The Great Book Mystery (2012.
The Summer Reading Programme encourages children to read Library books and “report-in” to library staff on their reading. At each report-in the child receives a small prize. Children who complete
2013
Brooke Doherty with her book prize (2013.
The Summer Reading Programme encourages children to read Library books and “report-in” to library staff on their reading. At each report-in the child receives a small prize. Children who complete
2013
Michelle Anderson (2013.
The Summer Reading Programme encourages children to read Library books and “report-in” to library staff on their reading. At each report-in the child receives a small prize. Children who complete
2013
Penny Guy and Claire Cooper (2013.
The Summer Reading Programme encourages children to read Library books and “report-in” to library staff on their reading. At each report-in the child receives a small prize. Children who complete
2013
The Wattles, Waitomo Caves Boarding House (c1935.
In 1931 Mildred Caroline Garmonsway (nee Bell) separated from her husband Thomas. She later owned 'The Wattles' boarding house at Waitomo Caves. 'The house was built in 1910. Initially it was the home
2013, 1930, 1940
The Whitehouse, Waitomo Caves (1996.
'The house was built in 1910. Initially it was the home of one of the teamsters from the Hotel. It was first run as 'The Wattles Private Hotel' by Mrs
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