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Frank Yates Lethbridge

Frank Yates Lethbridge

Frank Yates Lethbridge was an independent conservative Member of Parliament in New Zealand, representing first the Rangitikei electorate from 1896 to 1902, and ... Read More

 
Alexander John Perry

Alexander John Perry

Alexander John Perry was born in Wellington in 1852, after his father came to Aotearoa with the 65th Regiment. Perry's father had a farm in Turakina, where Perr... Read More

 
Arch Campbell, c. 1911

Arch Campbell, c. 1911

The man in this photo is believed to be Arch Campbell, who was Chairman of the Oroua County Council between 1924 and 1943. According to _Pioneering to Prosperit... Read More

 
Herbert Cuthbert Levett

Herbert Cuthbert Levett

Herbert Cuthbert Levett was a settler who came to New Zealand on the _Orient _in 1891. Levett was born in Derbyshire in 1867, was educated there, and was a memb... Read More

 
Feilding Post Office Reunion, c. 2013

Feilding Post Office Reunion, c. 2013

Feilding Post Office Reunion, in June 2013. The people in this photo were part of the Clerical Department for the Post Office. Read More

 
Feilding Post Office Reunion, c. 2013

Feilding Post Office Reunion, c. 2013

Members of the Lines Depot and Technicians for the Feilding Post Office, at a staff reunion in June 2013 ​ Read More

 
Muir & Moodie Postcard - Feilding Post Office, c. 1900s

Muir & Moodie Postcard - Feilding Post Office, c. 1900s

A postcard by Muir & Moodie, with a photo of the original Feilding Post Office on the front. The photo was likely taken between 1905 and 1910. Read More

 
Original Feilding Post Office, c. 1900s

Original Feilding Post Office, c. 1900s

Photograph of the original Feilding Post Office, located on the corner of Manchester Square and Kimbolton Road. Read More

 
Feilding Post Office

Feilding Post Office

Feilding Post Office, built in 1949 after the original buildings were damaged in the 1942 earthquake. Read More

 
Feilding Post Office, c. 1950

Feilding Post Office, c. 1950

The interior of the new Post Office, built after the 1942 earthquake damaged the original Post Office and clock tower. In 1946, tenders were called for a new Po... Read More

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1950
 
Feilding Post Office, c. 1953

Feilding Post Office, c. 1953

The Post Office buildings that were erected after the 1942 earthquake damaged the original building and clock tower. This photograph was taken on June 2, 1953, ... Read More

 
Original Feilding Post Office, c. 1910

Original Feilding Post Office, c. 1910

The original post office in Feilding, located on Manchester Square. ​ Writing on photograph reads "Post & Telegraph Offices, Feilding, N.Z.: Tourist Series, ... Read More

 
Dismantling Feilding Post Office Tower, c. 1942

Dismantling Feilding Post Office Tower, c. 1942

After a major earthquake in 1942, the Feilding Post Office tower was dismantled as it had suffered substantial damage. It was decided that the clock and bell wo... Read More

 
Post Office Staff, c. 1900s

Post Office Staff, c. 1900s

Telephone Exchange staff in the original Feilding Post Office. Photograph taken between 1902 and 1942. Read More

 
Thomas Manson

Thomas Manson

Thomas Manson was a sheep farmer in Bunnythorpe during the 1800s. He was born in Kilmarknock in 1848, and emigrated to New Zealand around 1875. He was sub-contr... Read More

 
Jonathan Burton

Jonathan Burton

Jonathan Burton was a farmer in Colyton during the late 1800s and early 1900s. He was born in 1844, in Reading, Berkshire, and was originally apprenticed to the... Read More

 
David Henry Guthrie

David Henry Guthrie

David Henry Guthrie was born in 1856. He held a long career as a politician of the Reform Party. He was the Minister of Railways (1922-1923), the MP for Oroua (... Read More

 
Feilding Agricultural High School First XV, c. 1923

Feilding Agricultural High School First XV, c. 1923

FAHS First XV, in 1923. The boys in the photo are as follows: Top: Frank Heard; Gilbert Read; Basil Kitchen; Ray McKay; Les Anderson; Tom Mickleson; Joe Wells ... Read More

 
Names

Names

This is what appears to be a list of names for a school photo. Read More

 
Toi Toi Potiri

Toi Toi Potiri

Toi Toi Potiri was the son of Waikato chief, who lived at Awahuri on his own land. Potiri was married to a woman from Kawhia, and they had one son together who ... Read More

 
John Gemmell

John Gemmell

John Gemmell was a sheep farmer in Waituna, who ran a flock of almost 10,000 Lincoln sheep and a herd of 250 shorthorn cattle, on land that was originally part ... Read More

 
William Hight

William Hight

William Hight was a local farrier and general blacksmith, who had a shop on Taonui Road, Colyton. Hight was born in 1862 in Christchurch, to David Hight, one of... Read More

 
Stanway Public School, c. 1908

Stanway Public School, c. 1908

Students and teachers outside Stanway School in 1908. ​ The school was opened in 1882, and its classrooms had the capacity for 100 students. A house for the ... Read More

 
William George Haybittle

William George Haybittle

William George Haybittle was Mayor of Feilding in the late 1800s and early 1900s. He was born in London in 1850, and came to New Zealand with his father in 1853... Read More

 
Feilding Racecourse

Feilding Racecourse

Construction of the Stewards' Stand at the Feilding Racecourse. Read More

 
George Kirton

George Kirton

George Kirton was Captain and Quartermaster of Feilding Mounted Rifles, and proprietor of the Feilding Star Newspaper. He died in 1915. Read More

 
Lena Dradar

Lena Dradar

Lena Dradar, a teacher at Feilding Agricultural High School, during Mr. Pearcey's stint as Headmaster. Read More

 
Catherine & George Smith

Catherine & George Smith

Catherine and George Smith. The cap and jacket that George is wearing indicate that the family were members of the Salvation Army. Both George and Catherine die... Read More

 
W. F. Craine

W. F. Craine

W. F. Craine, 1885-1965. Read More

 
John Gould

John Gould

John Gould was a Feilding Borough Council member, elected in November 1890. Gould was born in Warwickshire, England, in 1844. After completing his education a... Read More

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