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Enoch and Ann Jellyman and nephew Enoch Jellyman
*Seaview Cemetery. Block 24, plot 477.* Enoch and Ann Jellyman1 arrived in Nelson on the Bolton[http://www.museumnp.org.nz/early-settlers/voyageDetails.aspx?voyageid=8] in 1842. They settled in Poormans, now Marsden, Valley, as tenants.2 jellyman The Jellyman headstone at...Read more about "Enoch and Ann Jellyman and nephew Enoch Jellyman"...
James Marsden and his Isel Farm
At the age of 34 years, James Marsden inherited Isel estate[nelson-isel-house/], a 930-acre property laid out by his father, Thomas Marsden, who died in a carriage accident in 1876. ...Read more about "James Marsden and his Isel Farm"...
Whekenui Leading Lights
One of the sites recently added to the Marlborough District Council’s Heritage Register is the Tory Channel Leading Lights, plus a former oil store, at Whekenui (part of Okukari...Read more about "Whekenui Leading Lights"...
Artist, draughtsman and explorer The young Charles Heaphy was initially employed by the New Zealand Company as an artist and draughtsman, but his duties were varied and included helping to chart...Read more about "Charles Heaphy 1820-1881"...
Fiery, ambitious Scotsman was ‘King of the Beaver’ Born in Caithness, in the north of Scotland,1 James Sinclair was described as a clear-headed, strong-minded Scotsman, who, by his dominating...Read more about "James Sinclair"...
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