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James Herries Beattie (known as Herries) was born in Gore in 1881, the son of Scots immigrants James Beattie and Mary Roden, who arrived in Otago in 1862.

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Dates covered: 1848 - 1970     

James Elder Brown arrived in Otago on the 'Ajax' in 1849. He erected the first threshing machine, along with his brother and father.

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Dates covered: 1850 - 1887     

The Canterbury Association was set up by John Robert Godley and Edward Gibbon Wakefield in 1848 to plan a Church of England colony in New Zealand.

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Dates covered: 1848 - 1853     

Captain William Walter Cargill was a soldier, merchant, founder of the Otago settlement and its first Superintendent. Cargill married Mary Ann Yates in 1813 and they had seventeen children.

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Dates covered: 1784 - 1984     

Captain William Walter Cargill a soldier, merchant, coloniser and provincial superintendent was born in 1784. Cargill married Mary Ann Yates in 1813 and they had seventeen children.

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Dates covered: 1843 - 1862     

Joseph South, a brickmaker, his second wife Mary, and the five youngest of his children immigrated to New Zealand from London, arriving in 1874 on the 'Buckinghamshire'.

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Dates covered: 1906 - 2003     

William Henry Cutten was born in London in 1822, the eighth of nine children of Charles and Rebecca Cutten.

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Dates covered: Circa 1847 - Circa 1861     

James Edward FitzGerald is said to have been born in 1818 at Bath, England.

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Dates covered: Circa 1840 - 1957     

Sir William Fox, an explorer, politician, social reformer, journalist and artist, arrived in Wellington on the 'George Fyfe' in 1842.

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Dates covered: 1842 - 1893     

Catherine Henrietta Elliot Valpy was born on 19 December 1829.

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Dates covered: 1849 - 1919     

John Robert Godley was born in 1814 in Dublin, the eldest son of John and Catherine Godley.

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Dates covered: 1849 - 1861     

Through an active career beginning in the mid 1960s, Dr Jill Hamel has established herself in a line of distinguished field archaeologists of southern New Zealand.

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Dates covered: 1994 - 2009     

Sarah Higgins was baptised at Lydden, Kent, in 1830 and arrived at Nelson aboard the 'Bolton' in 1842. Here she kept house for her father and brothers, who worked as labourers.

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Dates covered: 1830 - 1918     

John Jones was a sealer, whaler, ship owner, trader and entrepreneur, who helped establish the settlement at Waikouaiti, and had many commercial shipping interests in Otago.

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Dates covered: 1845 - 1862     

William Swainson was born in Liverpool in 1789.

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Dates covered: 1839 - 1850     

William Henry Sherwood Roberts was born in Wales in 1834. He immigrated to New Zealand on the 'John Phillips' in 1855.

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Dates covered: Circa 1803 - 1916     

Henry Selfe was born in 1810 near Worcester and was educated at Glasgow University.

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Dates covered: 1849 - 1870     

Watson Shennan was one of the first and most influential runholders in Central Otago. He was born in Scotland in 1835, the son of Robert Shennan.

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Dates covered: 1847 - 1997     
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