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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[http://www.museumnp.org.nz/early-settlers/voyageDetails.aspx?voyageid=10] (388 tons). William would appear to be the oldest...Read more about "William Bishop - Early Nelson Settler"...
Laura Ingram, JP, MBE
Motueka Borough Councillor 1944 - 1947 Photograph of Laura Ingram from Nelson Provincial Museum Laura Ingram, 1977. Nelson Provincial Museum, Geoffrey C Wood Collection: GCW3 3916_fr24. In 1944 thirty-two year...Read more about "Laura Ingram, JP, MBE"...
Our Anzac losses - the Jackson family
So many Picton and Sounds families lost loved ones during World War I; four grandsons of the original James (Jimmy) and Emma Jackson were killed. Jimmy Jackson was...Read more about "Our Anzac losses - the Jackson family"...
Making the Cut
It was a great day in the history of Nelson when the Cut opened on July 30 1906. The report in the Nelson Evening Mail on July 31...Read more about "Making the Cut"...
Takaka's Second and Third Libraries
TakakaServiceCentre The Council building on Commercial Street. The library was housed in a dark and small office on the right hand side of the door. On 3 June 1947...Read more about "Takaka's Second and Third Libraries"...
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