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The Beginnings of Library Services in Golden Bay / Mohua
Public libraries in New Zealand were set up not long after European settlement began in 1840. Recognised as the first library in the country was the one which...Read more about "The Beginnings of Library Services in Golden Bay / Mohua "...
John and Ann Doidge nee Branton
*Seaview Cemetery Block 24, Plot 475 * John and Ann (née Branton) Doidge, pioneer immigrants from Launceston in Cornwall, England, arrived in Nelson on board the Inchinnan in 1856...Read more about "John and Ann Doidge nee Branton"...
Edmond and Eleanor Chisnall
*Edmond and Eleanor Chisnall nee Flett: Seaview Cemetery Block 23, Plot 455 & 456* Edmund Chisnall was born in 1865 to Adeline and Thomas Henry Chisnall. Edmund's brothers were...Read more about "Edmond and Eleanor Chisnall"...
The Town that Wilkes Built and a Lucky Escape from Friendly Fire
*Richmond - the town that Wilkes Built* The firm of W.E Wilkes is synonymous with house building in Richmond. The company built many of the major buildings in Richmond...Read more about " The Town that Wilkes Built and a Lucky Escape from Friendly Fire"...
At the Bay Enga Washbourn's heart was in Golden Bay. "She absolutely loved it," her son Jeremy Goulter says. Long treasured family connections with the bay inspired her to...Read more about "Enga Washbourn "...
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