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Butler was in business for twenty years in London before being ordained a minister. He arrived in the Bay of Islands in 1819, settling in Kerikeri.

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Dates covered: 1819 - 1824     

Mr Cecil Lochan, former Environmental Health Officer for Manukau City Council, worked for local government for 30 years. He was interviewed in his home by Dionne Christian on 8 November 2011.

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Dates covered: 2011 - 2011     

The collection includes papers relating to Clarke's term as Chief Protector of Aborigines, journals and letters to the Church Missionary Society, letters to his family, and Clarke family papers.

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Dates covered: 1822 - 1871     

William Colenso was born probably on 7 November 1811 to Samuel and Mary Colenso, and was baptised on 13 December 1811 in Penzance, Cornwall, England.

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Dates covered: 1834 - 1903     

Williams was born on 11 February 1792 and was baptised on 13 April at Gosport, Hampshire, England. He entered the Navy in 1806, retiring on half pay in 1815.

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Dates covered: Circa 1822 - 1864     

Rev. Samuel Marsden was a chaplain, magistrate, agriculturalist, and missionary who founded the Christian mission in New Zealand.

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Dates covered: Circa 1813 - 1937     

Samuel Marsden was born on 25 June 1765, at Farsley, Yorkshire, England, the eldest of the seven children of Bathsheba Brown and her husband, Thomas Marsden.

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Dates covered: Circa 1794 - 1838     

Hilda Phillips is an Auckland writer who has researched the Maori land issue, with particular reference to the use of the term "Maori land". Scope and contents: The collection includes a submiss

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Dates covered: 1860 - 2004     

Edward Shortland arrived in New Zealand in 1841 and on 25 June succeeded James Coates as private secretary to the governor.

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Dates covered: Circa 1840 - Circa 1885     
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