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Although there is no record of Maori settlement in the bay, the original name, Kaipupu, (eating shellfish) shows that it was a well-known food gathering place. The English...Read more about "Shakespeare Bay"...
The Edwin Fox
Overlooking Picton township, showing the ships Edwin Fox and Maori Overlooking Picton township, showing the ships Edwin Fox and Maori, Alexander Turnbull Library, 1/2-031025-F. Click image to enlarge The...Read more about "The Edwin Fox"...
*Seaview Cemetery, Block 24, Plot 462* Thomas born in Dublin in August 1798. He was the only son in a large Catholic family and was destined for the...Read more about "Thomas Sullivan"...
Alfred and Amy Allport
*Alfred Valentine Allport and Amy nee Hill, later Biddle: Seaview Cemetery Block 8, Plot 148 & 149* Alfred Valentine Allport was born in 1869 to Alfred and Ellen.1 Alfred allport The...Read more about "Alfred and Amy Allport"...
A leading voice in the separation of the Provinces Eton and Oxford educated barrister, William Adams[http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Cyc05Cycl-t1-body1-d2-d2-d2.html] was a leading voice for the Wairau’s discontented settlers and became the province’s first...Read more about "William Adams"...
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