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Aubrey Bryan Huruata Kenny
Aubrey Kenny was born in Johnsonville, in 1923. When his father died, the family came to Picton to join the extended family. He came to Nelson in 1996. ...Read more about "Aubrey Bryan Huruata Kenny"...
Marlborough's Early Churches
There was a tradition of tolerance and goodwill between Marlborough's Christian churches from the earliest days when dedicated ministers and priests covered hundreds of miles of the undeveloped and...Read more about "Marlborough's Early Churches"...
Matthew Campbell is typical of many of the early Nelson immigrants. He flourished in the egalitarian colonial society he settled in, and was instrumental in laying the foundation of...Read more about "Matthew Campbell 1815-1883"...
Opened officially as Pioneers Park in 1929, the name unofficially dropped the 's' in the mid 1930s and today is known by both names. Over the decades the...Read more about "Pioneers Park"...
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"...
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