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Elizabeth Wilson was born in Porirua, Wellington, on 2 August 1893. She had an illegitimate child in 1910, and it is not yet known what happened to her beyond this
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Elizabeth Ellen Cutten was born in Whanganui, New Zealand. She was my second great grandmother - Debbie McCauley (2013).
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Ann Watt arrived with her husband Alexander Watt on the "Queen of the Avon' in 1859. She was my third great grandmother - Debbie McCauley (2013).
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Widow Hannah Bell emigrated to New Zealand in 1859. Nine years earlier, her first husband had been accidentally killed when he fell off a steeple. She was my third great
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On the way to New Zealand aboard the 'Inchinnan' in 1852, Letitia gave birth to her daughter Martha. On the same voyage, her daughter Jane died during a severe outbreak
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Albertina arrived in New Zealand when she was aged 11 aboard the 'Orari'. She was to have thirteen children. Albertina was my second great grandmother - Debbie McCauley (2013).
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Born in Germany in 1825, Johanna Pasmun emigrated to New Zealand aboard the 'Orari' in 1876. She was my third great grandmother - Debbie McCauley (2013).
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Said to be the oldest tree in Tauranga, the Tapu Tītoki at Otumoetai Pa is a tree of historical significance.
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Ann Gordon spent nine years as the superintendent and matron of the Female Factory at Parramatta. She was my fourth great grandmother - Debbie McCauley (2013).
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Roseanna Jane Garmonsway (nee Willson) died a pauper in a Shoreditch Workhouse in England. She was my fourth great grandmother - Debbie McCauley (2013)
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In 2012 Tauranga Libraries Specialist Information Librarian Stephanie Smith created an informative display on White Island that show cased the early history, hopes, plans and disasters of White Island. Her
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Long-time diners at the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic’s Atrium training restaurant recall good times there over the past sixteen years. This article appeared in Info News on 22 January 2013.
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Olive Matheson was the mother of Tauranga Historian Alister Hugh Matheson (1925-2011).
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Alister Matheson was a respected Tauranga Historian whose family arrived in Otumoetai in the late 1860s. In 1999 he received the Tauranga Heritage Award from the Bay of Plenty branch
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Dave Allan was a valued customer of the New Zealand Room at the Tauranga City Library.
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The obituary of Joan Bidois appeared in the Tauranga Historical Society Journal in August 1969 (No. 37, p. 2-3):
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Reginald Eric Crabbe was the grandson of 1st Waikato Militia member George Crabbe who came to Tauranga in January 1864.
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Doris Myrtle Williams was my grandfather's second wife's sister, but always known to me as Aunty Do [pronounced Dough] - Debbie McCauley (2012).
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During the 1980s the Thurst soft drink brand was sold throughout Mount Maunganui, Maungatapu and Greerton.
2012
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The SS Captain Hobson left Glasgow in June 1953, arriving in New Zealand on 7 August 1953. This is the story of the voyage as recalled by my mother-in-law, Barbara
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