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Captain Arthur Wakefield (1799-1843) was regarded as a fine naval officer and after retiring early from the Royal Navy, became resident agent of the new Nelson settlement. He was...Read more about "Captain Arthur Wakefield"...
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"...
Effie and Ralphine Richardson
Effie Newbigging Richardson, 1849? - 1928, and Ralphine Zealandia Regina Richardson, 1887-1969. *Euphemia [Effie] Johnstone* was born sometime between 1849 and 1859 in Argyllshire, Scotland. Her father had died...Read more about "Effie and Ralphine Richardson"...
Resolution Bay or Atapu
It has been suggested that the Māori name for this bay should perhaps be O-Tapu, (a sacred place) or Ata-po (early dawn). Captain Cook[sitetree_link,id=140] named it Shag Cove, but...Read more about "Resolution Bay or Atapu"...
Brightwater's School for Girls - 1880-1889
In the late 1870s the population of Brightwater grew very quickly. Schools in the area included Spring Grove School and River Terrace School. Both schools were very overcrowded and...Read more about "Brightwater's School for Girls - 1880-1889"...
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