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During World War I George Nicholas was a Corporal in New Zealand Maori Pioneer Battalion.
2015
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This is an outline of the lives of Hubert and Edith Cooper and their descendants. It was written by their daughter, Gretta Louisa Binet (nee Cooper) on 3 February 2007.
2012
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This piece was written by Hubert's daughter Alma who married Noel Lansdale. Alma wrote it for Katikati Historian, Ellen McCormack, possibly around 1998.
2012
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The grandparents of New Zealand author John Alan Edward Mulgan (1911-1945), known as Alan Mulgan, were some of the first settlers to arrive in Katikati in 1875 on the 'Carisbrooke
2011
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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
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George Vesey Stewart (MBE, JP) was born in Brighton, Sussex, England on 3 October 1831. He was christened there on 20 January 1832. Stewart was elected the first Mayor of
2011
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Henry Stewart was known as 'Harry', He drove coaches for R.M. Coaching Co. in Rotorua before enlisting during World War I. Henry died of his wounds in France on 24
2014
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Self-employed Mount Maunganui carpenter Alban Taylor was killed in action in Bapaume, France on 27 August 1918. He was buried in the Grevillers British Cemetery. Story researched and written by
2014
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Frederick Butt and his brother Edward operated the Butt Brothers Phoenix Bakery and Cheap Grocery Store on The Strand in Tauranga up until the 1880s.
2016
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Julia Maria Tovey (nee Martin) and her husband, Captain Alexander Charles Hughes Tovey, arrived in New Zealand in May of 1862 from India with the 70th Regiment. Julia wrote this
2016
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Hugh Robison arrived in Dunedin on 6 March 1850, on the 'Lady Nugent' and left there for Sydney on 3 March 1856, on the 'Thomas Henry'. This biography of Hugh
2016
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Tauranga labourer James Frew served during World War I under the assumed name 'James Henry Francis'. He was killed in action at Ypres in France on 26 July 1917. Story
2014
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Edward Victor Simpson worked as a photojournalist. One of his articles appeared in the book 'Tauranga and the Mount' which was published in 1947. He was my second cousin twice
2016
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'Tales of an Old-Fashioned Warrior: The George Muir Story' by Barry Leabourn was his entry in the 2012 Memoir and Local History Competition.
2013
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This story 'How the Theobald Family Came to Manawahe' was written by Anne Fenton. Anne was the step-daughter of Herbert Norman Theobald who made this journey along with his wife,
2016
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Tauranga Motorcycle Club president Roy Alexander Lovell died on 19 July 1990 in Tauranga Hospital. He was seriously injured at Whanganui on 10 June 1990 whilst sidecar racing at Cemetery
2016
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James Williamson Fedarb sailed from Paihia on board the 'Mercury', arriving in Tauranga on 22 May 1840 where he was given James Stack’s forged copy of the Treaty of Waitangi (Sheet 6)
2016
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Andrew Dougall Blair (1872 - 1955) A responsive version at http://clayjars.5gbfree.com/adblair/adblair.html (archived at https://perma.cc/7PXG-XUJN)  Table of Contents. The New New Zealaders (John and Martha Blair of Dunedin)  Dunedin during Andrew's childhood
2013
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Arthur Washington Burrows was a prominent architect of early Tauranga designing such iconic buildings as the Star Hotel, the Mechanic's Institue (1872), Holy Trinity Church (1875), the Public Library (1881)
2016
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John Lucius Davoren died at age 27 during the 1918 Influenza Pandemic. The previous year John had given evidence at the inquest of John McKenzie who died in Dunedin Hospital
2016