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Everard and Mary Buckworth and family (1900.
Everard Buckworth arrived in Tauranga on 31 May 1878 on board the SS Hawea from Auckland. On 30 November 1880 he married Mary Leech in Devonport, Auckland. In 1891 he took
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Everard and Mary Buckworth with Tom, George, Molly and Jack (1900.
Everard Buckworth arrived in Tauranga on 31 May 1878 on board the SS Hawea from Auckland. On 30 November 1880 he married Mary Leech in Devonport, Auckland. In 1891 he took over
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Cecilia Isabella Stewart (nee Anderson) (1900.
Cecilia Stewart (nee Anderson) was born in Newcastle, England, in 1863. Her parents were Thomas Goldsborough and Cecilia Anderson (nee Hutchinson) who married in 1859. Cecilia married George Vesey Stewart (Jnr)
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Cecilia Stewart and daughters Erin, Georgina and Daisy (1900.
Cecilia Stewart (nee Anderson) was born in Newcastle, England, in 1863. Her parents were Thomas Goldsborough and Cecilia Anderson (nee Hutchinson) who married in 1859. Cecilia married George Vesey Stewart (Jnr)
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Erin, Daisy and Georgina Stewart (1900.
Erin (Bubbles), Daisy and Georgina Stewart were the children of George Vesey Stewart (Jnr) and Cecilia Stewart (nee Anderson) who married in St Peter's Anglican Church in Katikati on 5 March 1890. George
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Mervyn Stewart & Charles Gledstanes (1900.
Mervyn James Stewart was the son of Hugh and Adela Blanche Stewart (nee Anderson). He was one of the main driving forces behind the Katikati Dairy Factory. Charles Gledstanes arrived
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Mervyn Stewart & Charles Gledstanes (1900.
Mervyn James Stewart was the son of Hugh and Adela Blanche Stewart (nee Anderson). He was one of the main driving forces behind the Katikati Dairy Factory. Charles Gledstanes arrived
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Woman with umbrella (1900.
Photograph taken by Emily Surtees in 1900 of an unidentified woman holding a closed umbrella and leaning against a tree stump in Katikati. Emily Surtees Photographic Collection. Photographer: Emily Surtees (nee
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Lena and daughter Louis Kettle (1900.
Lena was the daughter of Gustavus Ferdinand Von Tempsky (1828-1868), Major in the Forest Rangers. She married Nathanial Kettle in Waipukurau on 22 June 1880. Lena is pictured here during a visit to Katikati.
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Louis Gordon Kettle (1900.
Louis was born in Napier on 17 April 1881 (date from death registration). Her parents were Nathanial and Lena Kettle (nee Von Tempsky) who married in Waipukurau on 22 June
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Athenree Post Office (1900.
In 1890 a post office was established on the Stewart’s property at Athenree. Adela Stewart writes, ‘On June 2nd he [Hugh] was appointed Postmaster at Athenree – salary £5 per annum
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Athenree Homestead (1900.
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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Captain Hugh and Adela Stewart next to the Summer House (1900.
George Vesey Stewart’s younger brother Hugh and his wife Adela made their home at Athenree in Katikati. Hugh and Adela had arrived in Auckland, New Zealand, with their seven-year-old son Mervyn on
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Woman sighting a gun (1900.
Photograph of an unidentified woman sighting a gun, most likely at Katikati, New Zealand. Emily Surtees Photographic Collection. Photographer: Emily Surtees (nee Stewart) (eldest child of George Vesey and Margaret Stewart). Courtesy of
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Woman holding a gun (1900.
Photograph of an unidentified woman holding a gun, most likely at Katikati, New Zealand. Emily Surtees Photographic Collection. Photographer: Emily Surtees (nee Stewart) (eldest child of George Vesey and Margaret Stewart). Courtesy of
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Harry and William Stewart with a dog (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
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Harry and William Stewart with a bicycle (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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Reginald Hagerty with a toy boat (1900.
Reginald Stuart Hagerty (aka Reggie Stein) was born in Camberwell, Surrey, England in 1887. He was baptised at St Mary Magdalene, Peckham, London on 10 August 1888, his parent's names given
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Martray Cottage 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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Kathleen Nora Hagerty and dog (1900.
Kathleen Nora Hagerty (aka Nora Stein) was born in Ponsonby, Auckland in 1890. Nora and her brother Reginald were enrolled in the Katikati No. 2 School on 7 February 1897 from
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