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Charles and Alice Stead
*Charles and Alice Stead nee Honour: Seaview Cemetery Block 6 Plot 113, 114.* Charles was born in about 1856 and died in 1946, aged 90. stead The headstone of Charles...Read more about "Charles and Alice Stead"...
Whekenui School, Tory Channel One of New Zealand's most remote schools, Whekenui School operated only from 1951 to 1962. Local children had previously been enrolled in the Correspondence School, with an untrained...Read more about "Whekenui School"...
Arthur Griffin and Nelson Hospital
The first hospital in Nelson was a primitive building, put up in the 1840's, attached to the barracks on Church Hill[piki-mai/]. The first permanent building was erected in 1853...Read more about "Arthur Griffin and Nelson Hospital"...
The hilltop overlooking Whakatü is known to Mäori as Pikimai, which translates as ‘climb hither'. Piki mai was a staging point for the pakohe[pakohe-argillite/] (argillite) industry, the nearest quarries...Read more about "Piki mai "...
John and Ann Doidge nee Branton
*Seaview Cemetery Block 24, Plot 475 * John and Ann (née Branton) Doidge, pioneer immigrants from Launceston in Cornwall, England, arrived in Nelson on board the Inchinnan in 1856...Read more about "John and Ann Doidge nee Branton"...
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