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Hannah Rebecca Frances Caverhill (nee King) emigrated to New Zealand with her mother and siblings aboard the 'Cressy' in 1850. She married John Scott Caverhill in 1855.

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Dates covered: 1850 - 1896     

Edward Palmer Chapman was a son of William Chapman. He first came to New Zealand on the "Simlah" in 1851, when he invested in sheep which he left with MacDonald.

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Dates covered: 1851 - 1864     

The Old Girls' Association of Chilton House School was not formed till 1925, after the retirement of the longest serving Lady Principal, Mrs Henry Smith. Chilton House closed in 1930.

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Dates covered: 1925 - 1941     

The Old Girls' Association of Chilton Saint James was founded in 1930 by a group of ex-pupils who formed its first governing committee, and a small printed magazine, referred to as the "news sheet" wa

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Dates covered: 1930 - Current     

Charles Chilton came to New Zealand with his parents in 1861 and the family settled on a farm at East Eyreton, near Kaiapoi.

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Dates covered: 1896 - 1930     

This church was built in 1896 at the instigation of the Rev. Alexander Don to provide a focus for Presbyterian missionary work to the Chinese in Dunedin and the goldfields of Central Otago.

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Dates covered: 1896 - 1989     

This is a fragile scrapbook relating to Mary Cholmondeley's family and social circle, possibly compiled by other family members as well.

Papers

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Dates covered: 1864 - 1940     

This Collection is comprised of correspondence, press cuttings and souvenirs from the International Air Race London to Christchurch, 10 October 1953; include his diaries well as personal papers of H.D

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Dates covered: 1936 - 1955     

After study at Edinburgh and Glasgow Universities, Christie came to New Zealand in 1862 as a probationer for the Presbyterian ministry.

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Dates covered: 1865 - 1909     

The committee was formed in response to the disastrous floods which struck Dunedin on 23 April 1923. The committee was chaired by the Mayor (James S.

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Dates covered: 1923 - 1923     

Research materials gathered for the book "East Tamaki including the adjoining areas of Flat Bush and Otara", Papatoetoe Historical Society, 2002.

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Dates covered: Circa 1840 - 2000     

Mary Anne Clifford was the wife of Sir Charles Clifford and lived at Flaxbourne Station in Marlborough. These papers consist of 19 letters written between 1846 and 1858.

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Dates covered: 1846 - 1858     

Charles Clifford, born in Liverpool, came to New Zealand in 1843 on board the George Fyfe.

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Dates covered: 1831 - 1896     

An oral history series concerning the lives of Nelson region women, recorded by Veronica Coffey, who was awarded a Ministry of Mathematics Science and Teaching fellowship administered by The Royal Soc

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Dates covered: 2003 - 2003     

The Country Girls' Club was established in 1949. Its aims were to provide a social and educational venue for young women in a rural environment.

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Dates covered: 1949 - 1967     

Historical Notes The Country Women's Institute (CWI), or Women's Institute as it was named up to 1952, was set up to provide country women with support and education.

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Dates covered: 1933 - 1975     

These are the reminiscences of five Christchurch men, interviewed and compiled by Charles Cox: Denis Cotterill, George Stewart, Mr. Patterson (or Paterson), Mr. Smith and Arthur Sims.

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Dates covered: 1904 - 1945     

Biorgraphy: Meredith Criglington was a School Certificate student at Queen’s High School, Dunedin, when she completed an oral history assignment in which she interviewed Dame Dorothy Fraser. Dame

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Dates covered: 1989 - 1989      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

Andrew Hunter Cunningham sailed to New Zealand aboard the "Minerva" in 1859 with his wife, Mary Cunningham (nee Avery), and his sons James Alexander and Charles Avery.

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Dates covered: 1859 - 1873     

Edward Curry and his wife, Ann Elizabeth Isbister Curry (nee Treadwell) came to New Zealand on the "Glentanner" in 1861. He bought Mt Torlesse Station, but sold it in 1868.

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Dates covered: 1831 - 1875     
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