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Katikati man Samuel Dickey was a victim on the 1918 Influenza Pandemic that swept through New Zealand.
2013
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Edgar's life involved anything that was beneficial to Katikati; the Town Committee, Masonic Lodge and amateur radio, which was vital during storms and disasters. He was the first and only
2013
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Constable Charlie Dunne was an early policeman in Katikati. A versatile man, he was secretary for the Roads, Cemetery and Domain Boards, as well as a bandmaster and choirmaster.
2013
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Wally Baker was a champion axeman who invented a time recording machine in the early 1950's that is still being used for chopping competition's today.
2013
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Denis Stephen Foley lived at Rereatukahia, Katikati. He married Heni Te Kiri Karamu (1840-1933) who claimed she gave water to the wounded in the aftermath of the Battle of Gate
2013
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John Houston Douglas Stewart, known as Douglas, was the grandson of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart.
2013
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Adela Stewart was an outstanding pioneer who played a major part in the social life of the Katikati settlement. Story by Debbie McCauley.
2013
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George Cecil Stewart (1883-1918) was the grandson of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart. He was Killed in Action during World War I (1914-1918).
2013
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Walter Hamilton was born in Katikati. He was my second great uncle - Debbie McCauley.
2013
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Rachel Hamilton was the daughter of Katikati pioneers and lived her whole life in Katikati. She was my great grandmother - Debbie McCauley.
2013
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Known as 'Toady', George Archdale Stewart was the grandson of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart.
2013
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Frances Vesey Montgomery Moore Stewart was the fifth child of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart. She was known as 'Fanny'.
2013
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Michael Patrick Stewart married Francis Stewart, the daughter of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart.
2013
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Evyleen Frances Stewart, known as 'Dolly', was the grandaughter of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart. Her parents were Mervyn Archdale and Phoebe Stewart (nee Gledstanes).
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Mervyn Archdale Stewart was a son of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart. His home at Katikati was called Fincoul.
2013
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The Buckworth family were pioneers of Katikati.
2013
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Lily lent money to the Roads Board in 1914 to purchase and erect Black Wattle posts for a telephone system for the Katikati district. This is her story as told
2013
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Reverend William Katterns took care of the birth, death and marriage needs of the Katikati pioneers. He also established an ostrich farm at Katikati.
2013
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John Hamilton was a pioneer who, along with his wife and family, contributed much to Katikati. He was my second great grandfather. Story by Debbie McCauley.
2013
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In 1969 May Nolan recollection's of her life in Katikati were printed in the Waihi Gazette. She was my first cousin twice removed - Debbie McCauley.
2013