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St John's Methodist Church Nelson
A Wesleyan Church, the first Church built in Nelson, was opened in 1843 on the corner of Haven Road and Rutherford Street. This building was sold in 1857...Read more about "St John's Methodist Church Nelson"...
It is believed that Wakefield (originally known as Pitfure)1 was named after the Yorkshire birthplace of an early settler, William Hough; however it is also widely accepted that the...Read more about "Early Wakefield"...
N. W Jellyman (1895-1917)
In May of 1916, Norman Jellyman enlisted in overseas service, reportedly in Wellington as he wanted to do his part in the conflicts which were painted across every newspaper...Read more about "N. W Jellyman (1895-1917)"...
Rosina Buckman, opera singer
Rosina Buckman, 1881-1948, was born in Blenheim, New Zealand, on 16 March 1881, the second child of Henrietta Matilda Chuck, a skilled singer and organist, and her carpenter husband,...Read more about "Rosina Buckman, singer"...
Nelson's Dress Circle
The streets around Brougham Street and Upper Collingwood Street are often known as Nelson's Dress Circle, due to their elevated position and the number of large old houses sited...Read more about "Nelson's Dress Circle"...
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