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4/1639 Sapper Michael Tobin, NZETC. First NZEF death on Western Front.
2014
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Sam Middlebrook had a long association with Katikati. When Vesey Stewart came to Tauranga in 1874 to look for land, the Survey office assigned young Sam Middlebrook to assist him.
2013
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Lieutenant Charles John Langlands was aged 21 when he was killed during the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina on 29 April 1864.
2013
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Te Mete Raukawa fought in the Battle of Gate Pa on 29 April 1864.
2013
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Lieutenant Charles Hill was a survivor of the wreck of the H.M.S. Orpheus and one of those killed during the Battle of Gate Pa on 29 April 1864.
2013
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Lieutenant George Graham Duff led a storming party during the Battle of Gate Pa (29 April 1864). He received two gunshot wounds to the back which he survived.
2014
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Captain Charles Reginald Mure was one of those killed during the Battle of Gate Pa on 29 April 1864.
2013
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When investigating the Battle of Gate Pa, curiosity about who actually built the original gate led to Samuel Ludbrook Clarke who ploughed the area now known as Cameron Road. In
2014
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Captain Edwin Utterton was one of those killed during the Battle of Gate Pa on 29 April 1864.
2013
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Sheila Armstrong has published two books of short stories, The Luck of the Draw and Travels with the Essex. She followed them with two historical novels about British Guiana, The
2012
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Jane Carswell is the author of Under the Huang Jiao Tree: Two Journeys in China, which was winner of the 2010 Whitcoulls Travel Book of the Year award and shortlisted
2012
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Leonie Couper was raised in Martinborough in the Wairarapa District.  She and her husband Ian have two adult children and three grand-daughters all of whom have been coerced and cajoled
2012
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New Zealand author and member of NZSA BOP
2012
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Alison Brown introduces Alison Brown... freelance non-fiction creative writer.
2013
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After enlisting for World War I (1914-1918) Joseph (Joe) Albert McCauley embarked as a Sapper with the Samoan Advance Party, Railway Engineers, on 15 August 1914 from Wellington for Apia.
2013
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  Virginia came to New Zealand in the 1940s from Apia, Samoa. She was a young woman travelling alone to a new job with the Island Territories government department in
2011
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Kenneth Mason served in the R.A.F. during World War II. He was my husband's first cousin twice removed - Debbie McCauley.
2012
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Joseph Arnaud Govan served in Japan during World War II. He also started the Te Puke Piano Accordian Band.
2012
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Dr Kathleen Chang retired to Tauranga with her husband, Professor Francis Chang, in 1969 where they created a Chinese garden in Sherwood Street, Otumoetai.
2011