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This page is an index to photographs contributed to the Tauranga Memories Kete by Lee Switzer.
2015
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There are many different reasons why people kill and Tauranga is in no way immune, having had it's fair share of murder victims from historical times to the present. This
2013
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This paper on Identity and the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina (29 April 1864) was written by Debbie McCauley on 5 August 2011 as part of a BA in
2012
Genealogy Record
Ngāi Te Rangi leader Rāwiri Puhirake Tuaia was the most influential chief in Tauranga during the time of the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina (29 April 1864) and Battle
2012
Genealogy Record
Pene Taka Tuaia [Penetaka] was taken prisoner during an attack on Mauao in 1820. He was taken up north, but returned to Tauranga during an exchange of prisoners in c1828.
2012
Genealogy Record
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Harpur Greer and family arrived in Tauranga on 10 March 1864 and made their home at 'High Trees', one of Tauranga's earliest houses. He was in command of
2012
Genealogy Record
During World War I William Nelson Spratley's father was wounded whilst fighting at Gallipoli and his uncle died of disease whilst serving in Egypt. Sergeant William Nelson Spratley died from
2014
Genealogy Record
Tauranga surveyors assistant Alfred William Kent was killed in action during the Battle of Chunuk Bair at Gallipoli on 8 August 1915. He was a trooper with the Auckland Mounted
2014
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The Legion of Frontiersmen J Troop, led by Captain Val Baker, won the 2010 TrustPower Western Bay of Plenty Community Awards for the restoration of the Katikati Cemetery. Val and
2013
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On Friday, 9 August 2013, I was privileged to have the opportunity to take Katikati Historian Ellen McCormack on a drive around the Katikati area to visit significant historical sites
2013
Genealogy Record
Charles Hagerty was the brother of the Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart's second wife, Alice Amelia Ellen Hagerty (1856-1930).
2013
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The year before his death, the 'Father of Katikati,' George Vesey Stewart, made his Farewell Address from his home at Martray. Original documents courtesy of Ellen McCormack and Tauranga City
2013
Genealogy Record
Born in Katikati, Albert James King worked as a coal miner. He was my first cousin thrice removed - Debbie McCauley (2013).
2013
Genealogy Record
Te Puke clerk John Leslie Hartland was wounded in action in France on 30 March 1918. He died of his wounds the following day. Story by Debbie McCauley.
2014
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Te Puke farmer John Gilmore Fenton was killed in action during the Battle of the Somme in Northern France on 27 March 1918. Story by Debbie McCauley.
2014
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This article was written by local historian Christine Clement in 2014 for the centenary of Tauranga Hospital which opened 100 years earlier on 5 March 1914.
2014
Genealogy Record
Duncan Henry James McArthur was in the New Zealand Training Unit at Featherston Military Camp at his time of death from influenza on 19 November 1918 during the 1918 Influenza
2014
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Tauranga auctioneer Frederick Hugh Dodson was killed in action at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915. Newspapers reported that after falling mortally wounded he 'got up on his knees and emptied
2014
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With his parents too poor to care them, Henry Phillips and his two brothers were sent to the Caversham Industrial School. Henry would later become a photographer, owning the Alma
2014
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The following article by Joan Dorothy McCauley (nee Harvey) appeared in the 'Taranaki Daily News' on 13 September 1939 (p. 6). Many thanks to Bob Anderson for providing the original
2013