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Picton and Blenheim's Literary Institutes
New Zealand's early European colonists soon established many associations and organisations, including debating and literary societies, libraries and mechanics' institutes.1 Picton Picton Library. Marlborough Historical Society. Marlborough Museum Archives Click image...Read more about "Picton and Blenheim's Literary Institutes"...
Edmond and Eleanor Chisnall
*Edmond and Eleanor Chisnall nee Flett: Seaview Cemetery Block 23, Plot 455 & 456* Edmund Chisnall was born in 1865 to Adeline and Thomas Henry Chisnall. Edmund's brothers were...Read more about "Edmond and Eleanor Chisnall"...
The Brothers Islands and Lighthouse
Off the north end of Arapawa Island in Cook Strait lie a group of islets known as The Brothers. In Maori tradition, these are Ngawhatu Kai-ponu: ‘the eyeballs...Read more about "The Brothers Islands and Lighthouse"...
Thomas and Sarah Roil
Thomas and Sarah Roil and five of their children from Alton, Hampshire emigrated to New Zealand on the Bolton, with 350 passengers, arriving in Nelson 15 March 1842....Read more about "Thomas and Sarah Roil"...
Fairweather and Sons of Scott Street.
William Fairweather[http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Cyc05Cycl-t1-body1-d2-d21-d13.html] came out to New Zealand in 1876 on the Rangitikei[http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-Bre01Whit-t1-body-d169.html] with his wife Christina McKay and daughter Violet. His eldest son was born during the voyage on the 27th...Read more about "Fairweather and Sons of Scott Street."...
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