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The Hinds Presbyterian Church includes churches in Hinds, Earling, Lowcliffe. The collection includes minutes of the Management Committee and Session, offertories and communicants' registers, a bapti

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Dates covered: 1908 - 1993     

The collection includes letters, lectures and documents (some pasted in bound collections) relating to the early history of New Zealand, Otago and Canterbury, and Maori.

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Dates covered: 1820 - 1919     

Aldred recounts in his first entry the departure of the "Triton" from Bristol on September 14, 1839.

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Dates covered: 1839 - 1840     

This collection includes a volume of transcriptions of letters, reports and estimates entitled 'Correspondence of James Kemp' and a volume of transcriptions of the journals of James Kemp.

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Dates covered: 1823 - 1846     

This collection includes journals, letters, and other papers.

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Dates covered: 1825 - 1831     

Booklet titled "The parochial district of Upper Hutt: a record of events in its history" by Rev. G. V.

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Dates covered: 1861 - 1935     

Hilda Kenworthy (later Hilda Zambra) worked at the Whakarewarewa Anglican Mission in the early 1920s. The scrapbook contains 59 fully captioned original photographs, one copy print, 3 cuttings, 1 ty

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Dates covered: 1922 - 1960     

Anna Trudinger was a member of a religious family with a strong missionary background. She trained as a missionary and taught in the China Inland Mission. She married Rev.

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Dates covered: 1867 - 1993     

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     

Richard Henry Matthews was the eldest son of Kaitaia Missionary, Joseph Matthews. Born at Kaitaia in 1835 he was educated by his father and a tutor.

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Dates covered: 1864 - 1912     

James McNeur emigrated to New Zealand from Scotland in 1859 and in 1872 married Margaret Hunter. George McNeur was born in 1874.

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Dates covered: Circa 1813 - 1992     

The Wesleyan Methodist Mission to the Maori began in the Far North when the mission based at Kaeo moved to Mangungu in the Hokianga area in 1828. This volume contains entries of baptisms and marriage

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Dates covered: 1837 - 1847     

The Priests and Brothers of The Society of Mary arrived in Hawkes Bay in 1850 to establish a Roman Catholic Mission to the Maori people, firstly at Turanga (Gisborne) in 1850, Pakowhai (Napier) in 185

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Dates covered: 1850 - Current     

Father Mulcahy was a Marist priest, seminary lecturer, archivist and editor.

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Dates covered: 1934 - 1980     

Gordon Parsonson was an Associate Professor in the History Department at the University of Otago.

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Dates covered: 1578 - 1981     

Sayers trained in tropical medicine in London and then went as a medical missionary to the Methodist mission in Gizo, in the Solomon Islands, from 1927 to 1934.

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Dates covered: 1839 - 1985     

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Dates covered: 1880 - Current     

'Episodes in the recollections of an old missionary': a t/s copy of musings and reflections on his life by the Reverend Gideon Smale, a Methodist missionary who arrived in New Zealand in 1840 and, aft

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Dates covered: Circa 1998 - 1998     

The Priests and Brothers of The Society of Mary, a congregation of the Roman Catholic Church, arrived in the Hokianga in 1838 to establish the first missions of the Church in New Zealand. Bishop J.F.

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Dates covered: 1838 - 1970     

File of correspondence relating to Rev. C.T.J.

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Dates covered: 1866 - 1965      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     
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