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  1. K M Black of Nelson
    K.M. Black was a well known grocery store in Nelson. The building is still there, and brings back memories read more
  2. Thomas Nelson Neal
    Thomas Neal was from an early Nelson setter family, who later became a well-known flax farmer in the Marlborough Sounds read more
  3. Edward Landon-Lane (1871-1945)
    Edward was a common face in Marlborough's early days and especially in his later life when he lived down at the Wairau Pa. read more
  4. Fairweather and Sons of Scott Street.
    Thomas Fairweather was a well-known Marlborough business man, patenting the Fairweather Stripper, much loved by flax dressers. read more
  5. The Neal Canoe1902
    A waka, or Maori canoe, was a an object of play for the Neal family for many years, before its value was realised, and it was given to the Marlborough... read more
  6. Bartlett's Creek Cottage
    Bartlett's Creek Cottage is an cob cottage at Bartlett's Creek, built and lived in by the Bartlett family. read more
  7. William Bishop - Early Nelson Settler
    William Bishop arrived aboard the ship London, in Nelson in 1844 read more
  8. Omaka Cemetery
    Omaka Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in the Marlborough District and is the resting place of many well known people. read more
  9. John Henry Gay
    John Gay was an active member of the early Nelson community, running stables, acting as a vet, a Freemason and member of the Volunteer Fire Brigade. read more
  10. St Mary's convent
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