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Seaview Cemetery was opened in 1916 at the end of Seaview Road in Stoke. It was developed to cater for the growing population of the Stoke area. Since the...Read more about "Seaview Cemetery"...
Nestled away behind tall standing trees protecting it from noise and debris lies the Kaituna Cemetery in Marlborough, just north of the North Bank Road turn off. A quaint...Read more about "Kaituna Cemetery"...
The Fairfield graveyard, along with the popular Fairfield house was for a long time thought to be haunted (as are most graveyards). Nelson Cemeteries Nelson Cemeteries. Nelson City...Read more about "Fairfield Graveyard"...
*Wakapuaka *Over the years the spelling of this area has altered between Whakapuaka and Wakapuaka, as has the pronunciation, depending upon changing dialects. The name originates from the legendary explorer...Read more about "Wakapuaka Cemetery"...
Albert Branton Doidge
Eight Stoke men are known to have died fighting in World War One. Seven of these are listed on the Stoke Memorial Gates[http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/photo/stoke-memorial-gates], but Albert, for some reason is...Read more about "Albert Branton Doidge"...