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Graeme Ayson 1912-1990 lived for much of his life in Masterton. He was a photographer with interests in music, theatre and aviation.

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Dates covered: 1935 - 1989     

Barker was born in London and educated at King's College, London, where he qualified as a doctor. He came to New Zealand on the 'Charlotte Jane' in 1850 as ship's surgeon and purchased a town section

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Dates covered: 1842 - 1873     

Photocopies of thirteen family letters, 1887 and 1913-1925, two genealogical tables, one page of headstone inscriptions of the Barker family and other relatives, and the passengers' contract ticket fo

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Dates covered: 1858 - 1925     

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     

Barker came to New Zealand with his parents and family in the 'Charlotte Jane' in 1850.

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Dates covered: 1871 - 1871     

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     

Correspondence, account books and other financial records of the Beachlands Community Library. The library was established on a voluntary basis in 1964.

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Dates covered: 1968 - 1974     

J.C. Beaglehole was sometime research fellow in Pacific history and then Professor of British Commonwealth history at Victoria University of Wellington.

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Dates covered: 1924 - 1968     

Collection includes literary and political papers, speech notes, a scrapbook, pacifist leaflets, and printed matter which illustrate Bell's wide-ranging interest in Maoritanga, para-psychology, the In

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Dates covered: Circa 1920 - 1940     

Henry Jones and family arrived in Wellington from England in 1842. He moved to Wairarapa in 1855 where he produced vegetables and butter for sale.

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Dates covered: Circa 1900 - Circa 1909     

This entry is an expansion of NRAM A324. Professor Bickerton was born in England and came to New Zealand in 1874 to take the first Chair in Chemistry at Canterbury College. He was primarily known as

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Dates covered: 1872 - 1954     

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     

David Billborough was an Historian, Archivist and Vintage car collector. He owned 'Crewe Cottage' near Gladstone and had a strong interest in local history.

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Dates covered: Circa 1891 - 1996     

G E Billson was born in England. An expert swimmer and life-saver, he was on the City of London police force. In 1908 he and his wife Ellen and two children came to Christchurch.

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Dates covered: 1895 - 1943     

Two diary records of the voyage of the 'Charlotte Jane', the first ship bearing Canterbury Association immigrants to reach Lyttelton, on 16 December 1850, and of immigrant life in Christchurch, 2 Apri

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Dates covered: 1850 - 1851     

A child of one of the first families to settle in 1871 in the new township of Gisborne where her father was a jeweller, Mary Blair was also one of the first telephone girls, 1897, in the town.

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Dates covered: 1900 - 1935     

The minutes describe a public meeting at which the managing committee of the Blue Spur Library was formed. Subsequent meetings describe the committee's operations in running the Library.

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Dates covered: 1865 - 1884     

The Blueskin Districts Mutual Improvement Association was formed by residents in 1867 to promote the religious, moral and intellectual improvement of the district.

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Dates covered: 1867 - 1949     

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     

Mrs Dorothy Bramble (nee Mansbridge of Broadwood) was married to Mr Basil Bramble, who was postmaster of Awanui for many years. She was a great supporter of the Catholic Women's League. A104/1 Minut

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Dates covered: 1950 - 1962     
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