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Suffragette Eliza Wallis (nee Hart) actively sought the Vote for Women which was granted in 1893. She was a founding member of the National Council of Women which was formed
2013
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Women’s stories have often been relegated to the background in the roles of wives, mothers, daughters and housekeepers. This page is dedicated to the stories of the women in my
2013
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Tauranga born wood machinist John James Grant enlisted to serve during World War I with the Australian Imperial Force and saw action in Gallipoli. He transferred to the Camel Corps
2014
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Tauranga farmer and 4th Waikato Territorial William Leslie Charles Reeve was killed in action in Belgium on 7 June 1917, the first day of the Battle of Messines. He is
2014
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William John Francis was from Warrenpoint in County Down, Northern Ireland. He was working as an engineer at Omokoroa near Tauranga when he enlisted in World War I. William was
2014
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Artist Wilfred Stanley Wallis served with the Medical Corps during World War I. He was also an Orthopaedic Surgeon and Hospital Superintendent. Wilfred was my first cousin four times removed
2013
Person
Born in the shadow of a Zeppelin: Early recollections of Ynys Fraser (née Wallis) by Alison Brown was an entry in the 2012 Memoir and Local History Competition.
2013
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Long-time Tauranga resident and Bank of New Zealand Clerk, Claude Montefiore Samuel served during World War I with the New Zealand Machine Gun Corps, 34 Specialist Company. He was taken
2014
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John Lees Faulkner was an early Tauranga trader, arriving in the area in 1840. The following information is from the Tauranga City Council and Historic Places Trust sign about John
2013
Event
Maurice Sendak, acclaimed author and illustrator of the children's story book "Where the Wild Things Are" passed away recently aged 83.
2012
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Horatio Gordon Robley recorded many Tauranga scenes and people around the time of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina on 29 April 1864. Much of his spare time was
2012
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Hōri Kingi Tūpaea was the principal chief of Tauranga's Ngāi Te Rangi iwi. He lived at Ōtūmoetai Pā. In 1831 he destroyed Haramiti's hostile expedition at Mōtītī Island. Story by
2013, 1875, 1885
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Hone (John) McLeod Taipari was present at the Battles of Gate Pa and Te Ranga in 1864. He was the nephew of Maungatapu Pa chief and Treaty of Waitangi signatory
2014
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This page lists the British Military (including Regiments) that were present at the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina) on 29 April 1864 and the Battle of Te Ranga on 21
2013
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Sarah Hart (nee Culley) was pregnant with her second child when her husband committed a burglary and went on the run for eighteen months before being caught and sentenced to
2013
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The grandson of Rev. Canon Jordan, Sydney Carl Jordan was reported 'missing believed dead' during the Battle of Passchendaele at Ypres in Belgium on 12 October 1917. On 13 July
2014
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Tītore Tākiri was an intelligent and influential Ngāpuhi chief who married a sister of Hongi Hika. He led the expeditions to Tauranga and Maketu in 1832 and 1833.
2013
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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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Events relating to Katikati from 1832 to 1872. Compiled by Katikati Historian Ellen McCormack (2017).
2017
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Katikati events in 1873. Compiled by Katikati Historian Ellen McCormack (2012).
2017