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Wreck of the City of Newcastle
City of Newcastle was a three-masted barque, 133 feet long and, at the time of her wreck, 39 years old. A frequent traveller between New South Wales and...Read more about "Wreck of the City of Newcastle"...
The scandalous Chieftain
In the days when Nelson was more like a remote English village than a real New Zealand town, the settlers got pretty excited over the arrival of a...Read more about "The scandalous Chieftain"...
Stranding of the Lutterworth
Lutterworth on Rocks. Lutterworth on Rocks. Nelson Provincial Museum, Tyree Studio Collection: 180994 Click to enlarge The threat of losing our famous Tāhunanui Beach has people scurrying for ways to...Read more about "Stranding of the Lutterworth"...
Capt William Tinney
*Capt William Tinney (1860 - 1930): **Nelson seaman and Patea Harbour Master* Captain William Tinney, was born in London, in May 1860 , son of Fredrick Tinney. While working in...Read more about "Capt William Tinney"...
William Bishop - Early Nelson Settler
William Bishop (born 1817 and died 1884), my grandmother’s father, arrived in New Zealand from Bath in 1843 on the barque London (388 tons). William would appear to be...Read more about "William Bishop - Early Nelson Settler"...