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Maggie and Cora Mills, signatories
*Maggie and Cora Evlyn Mills (1854—1939; 1871—1945)* Marlborough women Mills Maggie and Cora Mills (1854—1939; 1871—1945). Image supplied by author Maggie Mills (mother) and Cora Evlyn Mills (daughter) signed the...Read more about "Maggie and Cora Mills, signatories "...
The Brownlees enterprise
William Brownlee, and later his son John's, sawmilling enterprise was far more of a struggle than most reports suggest. The Brownlee family, with a number of close relatives, who...Read more about "The Brownlees enterprise"...
Edward Baigent - Man of many mills
The mill which Edward Baigent built at Ryversdale, at the entrance to Pigeon Valley[http://www.google.co.nz/maps/place/Pigeon+Valley,+Tasman+7025/@-41.3992349,173.0398135,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x6d3ba27cd64e6969:0x936e74b826a0f3b0] in 1855, was not the first he had built in the Wakefield[sitetree_link,id=430] area, nor was it...Read more about "Edward Baigent - Man of many mills"...
William Brownlee (1828-1917) and Edward Baigent (1813-1892) were two of Marlborough/Nelson's most successful sawmillers. Generations of both families continued to work in the timber and forestry industries until the...Read more about "Timber Pioneers - Brownlee and Baigent"...
Havelock's General Store
The colourful store building painted with tuataras in Havelock’s main street has a long history. The building dates back to the 1870's and was built with high quality milled...Read more about "Havelock's General Store"...