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The logbook was kept by the company commander and refers to preparation for drills and parades, promotions, and includes newspaper reports of corps events.

Logbook

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Dates covered: 1885 - 1910     

Harry Atmore (1870-1946) represented Nelson on local bodies, being an Education Board member and Nelson City Councillor, the later from 1905.

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Dates covered: 1901 - 1973     

Leslie Averill, MB ChB Edin 1922, MD Edin 1924, FRCSEd 1925, MRCOG 1933, FRCOG 1942. Reg 26 Aug 1925: Christchurch. Served in WW1: MC 1918.

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Dates covered: 1925 - 1981     

The early Baigent family materials relate to Clifton Hillier Baigent (1893-1971), a draughtsman who married Edith Newness.

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Dates covered: 1917 - 1999     

Robert Bakewell, MRCS LSA 1854, LM RCS 1856 MD St And 1856, MD NZ 1877 Regd 31 July 1873: Dunedin/Motueka/Ross/Hokitika/Auckland. MO Staffordshire Gen Infirmary.

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Dates covered: 1856 - 1908     

Collection of documents and photographs relating to the Royal New Zealand Air Force service of Warrant Officer Barry Gordon Ballingall, NZ4215138. Collection contains Air Gunner's Log Book, Royal A

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Dates covered: 1944 - 1955     

Samuel Delabere Barker was the son of Dr Alfred Charles Barker and Emma Bacon. He arrived in Lyttelton on the Charlotte Jane in 1850 and attended Christ's College 1854-1865.

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Dates covered: 1837 - 1924     

Mrs Barnesley died in 1993. During her life she took submissions to Parliament to get a benefit for war widows.

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Dates covered: Circa 1800 - 1993     

Robert Hector Quentin-Baxter, MB, ChB NZ 1916, MRCP 1925, FRACP 1938, FRCP 1952. Regd 19 May 1916: Wellington Hosp/Queen Mary Hosp, Hanmer Springs/Christchurch. Name changed to Quentin-Baxter.

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Dates covered: 1916 - 1979     

Charles Mackie Begg was born in Dunedin on 13 September 1879.

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Dates covered: 1859 - 1994     

Personal papers and documents relating to the Bell family, a long-established farming family in the Pakuranga area. Items include farm ledger books 1882-1925 and letters home during World War I from

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Dates covered: 1868 - 1935     

Leslie George Bell, MB ChB NZ 1919. Regd 26 April 1920:Kawhia/Millerton, Buller/Greymouth/Lumsden. Born in Richmond, Nelson 17 Feb 1892. Served in WW1 as student, in Egypt and Gallipolli.

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Dates covered: 1920 - 1963     

E B Bishop worked as a distiller in London for 21 years before emigrating to Canterbury in 1850 on the "Charlotte Jane" with his wife, two sisters and younger brother Frederick Augustus Bishop.

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Dates covered: 1842 - 1914     

Davidson and Margaret Blackie migrated from Dundee to Otago in 1859 with their children Allan (14 years), James (10), Alexander (8) and Margaret (5).

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Dates covered: 1856 - 1881     

James Booth was born in Westmoreland, England and came to New Zealand with his wife Maria, in connection with the Church Missionary Society in 1852.

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Dates covered: 1860 - 1918     

Alex Bowman was born on 18 December, 1916. He started his architectural studies at the University of New Zealand in Canterbury in 1935 studying at the Art School and School of Engineering.

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Dates covered: 1942 - 2001     

Born at Otaio, South Canterbury, A.D. Boyle served as a naval officer in the First World War. Under Admiral Lord Jellicoe he saw action on the H.M.S.

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Dates covered: 1914 - 1919     

Born in Kings County, Ireland, Branigan came to Otago from Victoria, Australia, in 1861 aboard the Oscar bringing a detachment of mounted police. He was the first Commissioner of Police in Otago.

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Dates covered: 1824 - 1971      Contributor: Toitū Otago Settlers Museum     

Willoughby Brassey arrived in New Zealand in 1850 after service in the East India Company.

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Dates covered: 1850 - 1867     

George Brier enlisted in the British Army in 1864, and after brief training in Ireland he was sent out to New Zealand as a reinforcement to the 68th Regiment (Durham Light Infantry).

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Dates covered: 1864 - 1866     
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