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Commander Edward Hay was Captain of the HMS Harrier. He led the Naval Brigade storming party during the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina on 29 April 1864. Edward was
2012
Genealogy Record
Captain John Fane Charles Hamilton (1820-1864) was killed during the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina) on 29 April 1864. His cousin Robert Thomas Francis Hamilton (1835-1864) was also killed during
2012
Genealogy Record
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Harpur Greer (1821-1886) was a key figure in the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina (29 April 1864) and the Battle of Te Ranga (21 June 1864). This
2012
Genealogy Record
General Sir Duncan Alexander Cameron (1808-1888) was in overall command of the Victorian British troops in New Zealand including those at the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina on 29
2012
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A small island located off Mount Maunganui's main beach, Moturiki Island has been the site of Moturiki Pa, Moturiki Quarry, Marineland and Leisure Island. Today it is a protected reserve
2015
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This article by an unidentified SAS personnel was written in March 2005 and appeared in the 60th Hauraki News (August 2010).
2015
Genealogy Record
The wife of Reverend John Alexander Wilson, Anne Catherine was the first European person buried in Tauranga's Mission Cemetery (Otamataha Pā).
2015
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View of a powhiri or welcome between two Maori groups, outside Otumoetai Pa, with the outline of Mount Maunganui [Mauao] in the background at the east entrance to Tauranga Harbour.
2015
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A Very New Zealand Family is a family history book produced in 2014 by Tauranga family researcher Cushla Randle (nee Weston). ISBN: 978-0-473-30883-4
2014
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The Treaty of Waitangi was first signed in the Bay of Islands on 6 February 1840. Over the following months a further eight Treaty sheets were also signed in a
2014
Genealogy Record
For sixty years Alice Heron Maxwell worked tirelessly to preserve The Elms and its contents, a place that has become a true treasure and historical icon of Tauranga.
2014
Genealogy Record
Albert Tauranga Lemon is often purported to be the first pakeha child born in Tauranga, however as Christine Clement writes 'registration of births began in Tauranga in 1860 with two
2014
Genealogy Record
Tauranga General Merchant and ship owner Ebenezer Goddard Norris had in store in Wharf Street.
2014
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Bay of Plenty Times article appearing August 11 1988 (page 2)
2014, 1935, 1945
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An article appearing in the 1998 "Souvenir Book" subtitled "Take a walk in living history". May contain minor OCR errors.
2014, 1945, 1955
Event
Librarian Jocelyn Mist writes about International Literacy Day (2014) - the day that the Mayor's chair went to Red Square and became the focus of a mass reading event. Photographs:
2014
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An article appearing in the 1998 "Souvenir Book" subtitled "Take a walk in living history". May contain minor OCR errors.
2014
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The Foresters’ Lodge Hall was constructed in 1908 in Spring Street, Tauranga. The local branch of the Foresters’ Lodge began in Tauranga when a meeting was called at an establishment
2014
Place
An article appearing in the 1998 "Souvenir Book" subtitled "Take a walk in living history". May contain minor OCR errors.
2014, 1945, 1955
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(Ex “Empire Jane”). An article appearing in the 1998 "Souvenir Book" subtitled "Take a walk in living history". May contain minor OCR errors.
2014