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Nelson City Luncheon Club
One of Nelson's older Institutions - the Nelson City Luncheon Club voted to cease activity at the end of 2016. The Club had been active for 72 years...Read more about "Nelson City Luncheon Club"...
Mary Caroline Bisley was born near Hamburg on 23 Dec 1836 and called Johanna Maria Karalina [Lina] Karsten . She emigrated to NZ with her parents from...Read more about "Mary Caroline Bisley (1836-1917)"...
Telegraph Made World of Difference
The South and North Islands were connected by an under-sea telegraph cable across Cook Strait in 1866. Ten years later, the telegraph connection between London and Wakapuaka, Nelson, spanned...Read more about "Telegraph Made World of Difference"...
Picton's Anzac losses
Many Picton and Sounds families suffered losses during World War One. The original Jackson[sitetree_link,id=653] settlers lost four grandchildren. This is the story of two other families. The Godsiffs John Godsiff, known...Read more about "Picton's Anzac losses"...
Albert Charles Jennings (1879-1917)
Bert (as he was known to his friends) was born 09 September 1879 in Nelson. Albert attended the Bridge Street School[education-in-nelson/] from May 1, 1888 to November 1889, reaching...Read more about "Albert Charles Jennings (1879-1917)"...
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