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Tauranga genealogist and researcher Heather McLean was born in Tauranga and has lived in Tauranga for most of her life. This story was compiled during a series of interviews with
2016
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Tauranga painter Leslie Parmenter Stewart died of disease in France on 5 January 1917 whilst serving during World War I. Story and photograph by Debbie McCauley.
2014
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Tauranga farmer Robert Francis Willis Wall was killed in action in Bapaume, France on 30 August 1918 whilst serving during World War I. Story and photograph by Debbie McCauley.
2014
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Anglo-Boer War veteran Charles Alfred Walter Clarebrough was killed in action in France on 26 August 1916 whilst serving during World War I. Story and photograph by Debbie McCauley.
2014
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Ninety-seven year old Alf Rendell has produced a stunning work in collaboration with his friend, respected Tauranga historian Fiona Kean. This very special book features aerial photographs of Tauranga and
2015
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Botanist and explorer Allan Cunningham may have been the first non-Maori to walk over much of what is now central Tauranga on 4 December 1826 during a visit to the
2016
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Mount Maunganui school teacher George Fisher Stephenson was killed in action in Belgium on 26 July 1917. He is remembered on the Anzac War Memorial Cenotaph at Mount Maunganui.
2014
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Recently when I was at the Tauranga Presbyterian Cemetery I walked past a small headstone. It was very non descript but the wording on it had me intrigued. Who was
2015
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Philip Tapsell was a mariner, whaler and early trader. He first landed in New Zealand in 1809, arriving in Maketu in 1830. His marriage in 1823 was the first registered
2015
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When long time Bay of Plenty resident Bernard Sladden died in 1961, his collection of rare books became the property of the Tauranga Historical Society. Because of the value of
2015
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Edward Douglas was the great grandfather of Wayne McCormack, husband of Katikati historian Ellen McCormack. He ran a half-way house between Tauranga and Rotorua, known as the Bush Hotel.
2015
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In 1964, at the age of 93, Charles wrote a letter to his cousin in which he remembers early days at Alexandra (Pirongia since 1896). Charles was my first cousin
2015
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Alwina Clarice Hazel Garmonsway was married at age sixteen, left her abusive husband after a couple of years to live with another man, bigamously married a third man in 1925
2015
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Tauranga settler William John Douglas died when he swallowed a staple whilst fencing.
2015
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Sir William Herbert Herries was a parliamentarian and MP for Tauranga. He is commemorated via Herries Memorial Arch on The Strand in Tauranga.
2015
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Claudia Jarman has been described as 'one of Tauranga's most respected artists and art teachers'.
2015
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Frenchman Louis Bidois was an early Tauranga trader, arriving in the area in 1844. His daughter would marry the son of Te Puna French trader Emile Joseph Borel (1814-1885).
2015
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Koraurau was the leading chief at Otamataha Pā in Tauranga. He was killed in 1828 along with around 500 of his people when the pā was raided by iwi from
2015
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Omokoroa bushman Edwin John Plummer was killed in action in France on 6 May 1918.
2014
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Commission agent John Vernon Herbert Bellers was killed in action at Belgium on 4 August 1916.
2014