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The Katikati Hot Springs were discovered by the pioneers. Known as various names such as the Rereatukahia Hot Springs and the Waiora Hot Springs, they are now known as Sapphire
2013
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The Eliza Mine was an early attempt at mining in the Katikati area.
2013
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Discussion of the establishment of the Tuapiro Mill appeared in the Bay of Plenty Times.
2013
Genealogy Record
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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The Bay of Plenty Times reported this Working Bee at the Katikati Cemetery on 15 April 1889.
2013
Genealogy Record
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 1880 discussions were taking place among the new settlers about a possible bridge across the Tuapiro River.
2013
Genealogy Record
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
Genealogy Record
These two stories were written in 2009 for my children about their third great grandmother, Rachel Hamilton (née Lennard). Part 1 is titled Rachel: an Irish Immigrant to Katikati &
2013
Genealogy Record
William Lomas worked in the Waihi mines, the Te Puke and Katikati dairy factories and for the Tauranga County Council. He farmed at Aongatete before establishing a carrying business at
2013
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In which Joan writes Hazel to congratulate her on being pregnant and talks about rationing, English clothing, the price of food, a friend who has been declared missing in action,
2013
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In which Joan writes Hazel about John who is swotting for his pilot's exams at Uxbridge, in training and was working on London's A.R.P. (Air Raid Precautions) before signing up.
2013
Genealogy Record
Serving during World War I and known as 'Henry Evans', George was severely wounded at Gallipoli in 1916. He was invalided home, but died in Katikati during the 1918 Influenza
2017
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Katikati Roll of Honour, August 1914 to August 1918. To be added to this list the people had to be either born in Katikati, schooled in Katikati, had Katikati recorded
2012
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The 1918 Inflenza Pandemic (Spanish 'flu) was to leave it's mark on Katikati.
2012
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During World War II John Glen McCauley and his wife Joan Dorothy McCauley wrote a series of letters to John's older sister Hazel Emily Anderson (nee McCauley) who lived at
2013
Genealogy Record
Margaret Ann Hamilton was a devoted employee of Captain Mervyn and Frances Stewart (née Vesey). She was my third great aunt - Debbie McCauley.
2013
Genealogy Record
Robert John Cumming Macmillan was the grandfather of Katikati Historian Ellen McCormack. Ellen wrote the following biography of her grandfather in 2012.
2013
Genealogy Record
Known as Ray, Ethel Macmillan was a philanthropist and major contributor to the establishment of the Tauranga Art Gallery.
2013
Genealogy Record
Tauranga surveyor Sidney Carlton McCarthny was serving during World War I when he was wounded in action at Armentières in Northern France in July 1916. He never recovered, and died
2014