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Predominantly correspondence and other sundry photographs, postcards, posters and cuttings. Most of the letters are written by Arthur Aldred, writing from Tonga to his wife in New Zealand during the

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Dates covered: 1851 - 1920     

John Aldred was a Methodist minister with the Wesleyan Missionary Society who arrived in New Zealand in 1840 and served at Kawhia, Nelson, Christchurch and Wellington.

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Dates covered: 1839 - 1864     

Connie M. Hopkinson, originally from Suffolk England, worked as a trained nurse for the Presbytarian Church Missionary Society (CMS) in Foochow, China.

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Dates covered: Circa 1927 - 1971     

The history of the Church of England in the Far North began with the establishment of the Mission Station at Kaitaia, under the auspices of the Church Missionary Society in 1834. These registers from

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Dates covered: 1834 - 1952     

The history of the Church of England in the Far North began with the establishment of the Mission Station at Kaitaia, under the auspices of the Church Missionary Society in 1834. These registers, fro

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Dates covered: 1887 - 1954     

The history of the Church of England in the Far North began with the establishment of the Mission Station at Kaitaia, under the auspices of the Church Missionary Society in 1834. This register was ca

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Dates covered: 1861 - 1880     

The history of the Church of England in the Far North began with the establishment of the Mission Station at Kaitaia, under the auspices of the Church Missionary Society in 1834. This register is fro

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Dates covered: 1886 - 1937     

The collection consists of originals, photocopies, publications, and copies of photographs relating to Shirley Baker's activities in Tonga.

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Dates covered: 1852 - 1978     

The British Resident's Archives consist of Inwards Letters written between 12 October 1832 and 28 October 1834, and addressed to James Busby, New Zealand's first and only British Resident.

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Dates covered: 1832 - 1839     

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     

The London-based Church Missionary Society began its missionary activities in New Zealand with the arrival of Samuel Marsden at the Bay of Islands in 1814.

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Dates covered: 1824 - 1863     

Joseph Matthews was born in 1808 in Deddington, Oxfordshire England, the son of a weaver. At 22 he entered the Church Missionary Society training college in London.

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Dates covered: 1831 - 1878     

The London-based Church Missionary Society began its missionary activities in New Zealand with the arrival of Samuel Marsden at the Bay of Islands in 1814.

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Dates covered: 1831 - 1868     

The Church Missionary Society was based in London (see Letters & Journals of William G Puckey). Richard Matthews was born in Deddington, Oxfordshire, England in 1811.

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Dates covered: 1837 - 1842     

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     

Hamlin was born in England in 1803 and trained as a flax dresser and weaver. Hamlin and his wife Elizabeth arrived at the Bay of Islands in 1826 with William Williams.

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Dates covered: Circa 1830 - 1865     

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     

Kendall was a Church Missionary Society missionary, orthographer and linguist. He founded the Rangihoua Mission in the northern Bay of Islands, with fellow settlers William Hall and John King.

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Dates covered: 1813 - 1953     
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