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Todd came to Dunedin in the 'Nelson' about 1882 and in 1891 became a pioneer leaseholder in the upper Waihora Valley (Te Karaka). By 1899 he was occupying circa 700 hectares and had his own woolshed.

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Dates covered: 1888 - 1950     

Minutes, reports, newspaper cuttings, logbooks, correspondence, financial papers, engineering drawings, newsletters. The Society was incorporated in 1973.

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Dates covered: 1973 - 1999     

William Henry Turner, his wife Emma and their children immigrated to Auckland on the 14th February 1861. William Henry Turner was a lawyer.

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Dates covered: 1860 - 1878     

Waddell served as a draper's apprentice before beginning theological study at Queen's College, Belfast. He was turned down for missionary service in Syria and came to New Zealand in 1877.

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Dates covered: 1874 - 1931     

This collection consists of a selection of mounted photographs for a display on the shipwrecks of the Wairarapa coast, they include the Progress, Addenda, Jenco Iti, Opua, Rona, Thermopylae, Cleopatra

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Dates covered: 1841 - 1863     

Edward Ward was born in County Down, Ireland in 1825 and came to New Zealand on the 'Charlotte Jane' with his two younger brothers, Henry and Hamilton.

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Dates covered: 1850 - 1851     

Robert Ward was a minister in the Primitive Methodist Church who worked in New Zealand from 1844 until his death in 1876. Ivan R.

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Dates covered: 1844 - 1875     

Robert Ward was born in Sporle, Norfolk in 1816. He became a local preacher for the Primitive Methodist Church and was ordained in 1835, after which he spent nine years on circuit duty in Norfolk.

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Dates covered: 1836 - 1945     

This is the diary of E. Watson-Watson who was ship's surgeon on board the 'Carnatic' which set out from Gravesend for New Zealand on 20 December, 1876.

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Dates covered: 1876 - 1877     

Watt was born in Wanganui in 1892 and became a senior lecturer at the medical school in Dunedin.

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Dates covered: 1840 - 1950     

Worsley was born in Akaroa. New Zealand and went to sea in 1887. He was skipper of the 'Endurance' during the ill-fated British Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition of 1914-1917.

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Dates covered: 1933 - 1933     

Biography: Ethel Wright emigrated with her New Zealand-born husband, Dennis from London to Dunedin, February 1912.

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Dates covered: 1912 - 1912      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

A typescript copy collected by Horace Fildes of the original held at the Alexander Turnbull Library (reference qMS-2302).

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Dates covered: 1839 - 1840     

William Curling Young was the eldest son of G.F. Young, M.P. for Tynemouth in 1832-1838 and New Zealand Company director.

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Dates covered: 1841 - 1842     
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