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F.T. Berry married Elizabeth Jane Warden in 1839, and they came to New Zealand on the 'London' in 1840. By 1845 he was farming at Happy Valley, north of Nelson.

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Dates covered: 1838 - 1879     

In preparation for a book Penny Bicknell collected many handwritten notes mainly from Freda Humphries nee Parker and Iris Clarke nee Parker describing life in the Wairarapa, from the turn of the cent

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Dates covered: 1898 - 1985     

Thomas Black was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, son of Thomas and Margaret (Sanderson) Black. He married Mary Ann Lyons and had four sons: Robert, William, Thomas and Sanderson.

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Dates covered: 1874 - 1887     

Bockmann came to Nelson in 1855, to join other German immigrants who had earlier settled in the Waimea and Moutere districts.

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Dates covered: 1878 - 1879     

The 1936-1946 papers relate to the Addington Railway Volunteer Fire Brigade.

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Dates covered: 1874 - 1946     

The manuscript comprises part (pp 87-135) of a typescript entitled 'My life in New Zealand' by Rev. T.A. Bowden, B.A., typed ca 1898 and addressed to one of his sons.

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Dates covered: 1855 - 1883     

Diaries / Morley Edmund Selous Boyce.

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Dates covered: 1926 - 1972     

Brancepeth was owned by the Beetham family from 1856 . It was managed by William, George Hugh and Richmond Beetham who were later joined by Thomas Coldham Williams.

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Dates covered: 1862 - 1984     

Oral history interview with long time local Pakuranga resident Brenda Scott (nee White) by Karen Lawson and Geoff Pollard from Pakuranga Library, Auckland Libraries, on 2 July 2014.

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Dates covered: Circa 1940 - Circa 1969      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Cyprian Bridge Brereton (1876-1962) was a dentist by profession and was battalion commander of the Nelson 12th Regiment at Gallipoli during World War 1.

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Dates covered: 1851 - 1950     

William Brittan was in the forefront of the moves to promote the colonisation of Canterbury in England as chairman of the Society of Canterbury Colonists, and of the Society of Canterbury Land Purchas

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Dates covered: 1853 - 1858     

James Elder Brown arrived in Otago on the 'Ajax' in 1849. He erected the first threshing machine, along with his brother and father.

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Dates covered: 1850 - 1887     

Bruce Bay Timber Co. was a sawmilling company formed in 1932 by David Stuart in Bruce Bay, South Westland.

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Dates covered: 1932 - 1947     

Drainage engineering records of a technical nature. Only one rate book (refer to territorial authority). Functions taken over by Manawatu Catchment Board 1959.

Minutes, Ratebooks, Valuation Roll, co

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Dates covered: 1924 - 1959     

Butler Bros.

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Dates covered: 1919 - 1967     

The papers comprise a letter-book containing copies of letters from Butler to C.G. Tripp and J.B.A.

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Dates covered: 1861 - 1864     

Edmund Buxton established his general merchant business in Nelson in 1854.

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Dates covered: 1876 - 1941     

The diary is presumed to have been written by one of the shepherds employed to run the sheep station on Campbell Island. Scope and contents: This collection consists of a handwritten diary and a

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Dates covered: 1918 - 1918     

The Canterbury Meat Export Company was the first meat export company in Canterbury, formed on 3 May 1869 to utilise the unsaleable meat of Canterbury by canning it.

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Dates covered: 1869 - 1869     

Captain William Walter Cargill a soldier, merchant, coloniser and provincial superintendent was born in 1784. Cargill married Mary Ann Yates in 1813 and they had seventeen children.

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Dates covered: 1843 - 1862     
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