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Blenheim's Seymour Square was, officially, named after Henry Seymour who, with his son-in-law Alfred Fell, owned the land on which The Beaver[blenheim-or-the-beaver/] (Blenheim) was built. It is also said...Read more about "Seymour Square"...
Quakers Acre Cemetery
The Society of Friends Quakers, from the earliest days in seventeenth century England, hold strongly to the value of peace. When the founder, George Fox, was asked to enlist...Read more about "Quakers Acre Cemetery"...
1916 to present day Since the opening of Marsden Valley Cemetery[http://nelson.govt.nz/services/facilities/cemeteries/cemeteries-in-nelson-2/marsden-valley-cemetery/] in 1956, Seaview Cemetery[http://nelson.govt.nz/services/facilities/cemeteries/cemeteries-in-nelson-2/seaview-cemetery/] has been used principally by those with close relatives already buried here. If you walk up the...Read more about "Seaview Cemetery"...
George and Susan Landon-Lane
George and Susan Landon-Lane lived for much of their married life in New Zealand. The story of their earlier lives in England is an interesting one. George and Susan...Read more about "George and Susan Landon-Lane "...
The Hale family and the second Colonial landscape
The work of early nurserymen can be seen in Nelson and all over New Zealand. Their work marks significant milestones from the Queen’s Jubilee[http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/anniversaries/page-1] to the commemoration of the lives...Read more about "The Hale family and the second Colonial landscape"...
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