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Three Original Settlers

Three Original Settlers

Left to right: Frederick Ellis; John Wilkinson; and Frederick Pope. The caption on the photo mistakenly uses an 'E' instead of an 'F' for Pope's initial. Read More

 
Stewart Family

Stewart Family

This photo shows several members of the Stewart family outside their family home. The date is unknown. John Tiffin Stewart (back middle) was a Scotsman, born o... Read More

 
W J Swainson

W J Swainson

William John Swainson was the eldest son of William Swainson, an English ornithologist and artist who emigrated to New Zealand in 1841. Born on June 18, 1824, h... Read More

 
F Pope

F Pope

Frederick Pope was born in 1824, and received his education at the Grammar School, Hanley, Staffordshire. He then entered the service of Coxon & Son, as an arch... Read More

 
J Manson

J Manson

John Manson was the eldest son of teacher Donald Manson, originally from Morayshire, Scotland. John was born in 1820, and received his early education from his ... Read More

 
S Goodbehere

S Goodbehere

Samuel Goodbehere, 1819-1899. Goodbehere was born in Whitechapel, Middlesex, England, before emigrating to New Zealand. He was a Borough Councillor from 1882 to... Read More

 
E S Halcombe, c. 1874

E S Halcombe, c. 1874

Edith Stanway Halcombe (nee Swainson), wife of A W Follet Halcombe. Edith was an accomplished painter and sketcher, having been instructed by her father Willaim... Read More

 
Cheltenham Co-operative Dairy Company, Ltd.

Cheltenham Co-operative Dairy Company, Ltd.

Machinery at the Cheltenham Co-operative Dairy, founded in 1893. Read More

 
H Burrell

H Burrell

H Burrell, an Oroua County Councillor from 1907 to 1920. He owned a farm near Cheltenham. Read More

 
H J Booth

H J Booth

Hector James Booth, 1854 - 1938. His wife was Emma Volkner (1866 - 1941). They married on July 28, 1891, in Foxton, and had a son in September 1893, and a daugh... Read More

 
Short's Cutting Water Main

Short's Cutting Water Main

Water main trench at Short's Cutting. Date and photographer unknown. Read More

 
L E Jackson

L E Jackson

Louis E Jackson, Chairman of the Kimbolton School Committee from 1904 to 1908. He accepted a position with the Loan and Mercantile Agency Company in 1908 and wa... Read More

 
R Wood & G Pitman

R Wood & G Pitman

Right: Roly Wood, Feilding Borough Librarian from 1937 to 1968. Left: George Pitman, electrician. Read More

 
E H Fisher

E H Fisher

Edward Henry Fisher, 1862 - 1931. Fisher was elected secretary and treasurer of the Feilding Bicycle Club in October 1894, and he was the secretary for the A & ... Read More

 
Awahuri Road

Awahuri Road

View of Awahuri Road, date and photographer unknown. Read More

 
Highfield Road Water Mains, c. 1956

Highfield Road Water Mains, c. 1956

Water mains to water storage parts on Highfield Road. The pipe runs across Victoria Park towards Highfield Road. Photograph taken in March 1956. Read More

 
Trench for Water Mains

Trench for Water Mains

Location and date unknown. Read More

 
A W Follett Halcombe

A W Follett Halcombe

Arthur William Follett Halcombe, an attorney and agent of the Emigrant and Colonist's Aid Corporation for the Manchester block settlement. Originally from Londo... Read More

 
L J Wild

L J Wild

Leonard John Wild, founding headmaster of Feilding Agricultural High School. He was widely regarded as one of New Zealand's foremost educators due to the succes... Read More

 
L J Wild

L J Wild

Leonard John Wild, founding headmaster of Feilding Agricultural High School. He was widely regarded as one of New Zealand's foremost educators due to the succes... Read More

 
S. A. Monckton, c. 1901

S. A. Monckton, c. 1901

Portrait of Sarah Anne Monckton, taken on August 9, 1901. Monckton was elected the Governor, first secretary, and Vice-President of the Ladies Club, which has s... Read More

 
North Street Footbridge, c. 1961

North Street Footbridge, c. 1961

View of the North Street footbridge over Makino Stream, captured in 1961 by an unknown photographer. Read More

 
Manchester Block Early Settlers, c. 1940

Manchester Block Early Settlers, c. 1940

Early settlers of the Manchester Block at Kowhai Park, taken on March 18, 1940, as part of the New Zealand Centennial celebrations. The men and women are posed ... Read More

 
King George V's Silver Jubilee Celebration, c. 1935

King George V's Silver Jubilee Celebration, c. 1935

Celebration for King George V's 25th Jubilee, held in Manchester Square on May 6, 1935. Read More

 
Wildbore Family Farm, c. 1900s

Wildbore Family Farm, c. 1900s

One of Charles Wildbore's children surrounded by chickens, on the family farm in Pohangina. Wildbore was a well-known amateur photographer during the early 1900... Read More

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1900s
 
Macfarlane's Cafe, c. 1990s

Macfarlane's Cafe, c. 1990s

Staff at Macfarlane's Cafe on Manchester Street, Feilding. The cafe was opened in 1997 by Craig and Kate Macfarlane, but was sold two years later. Read More

 
First Feilding Industrial Show, c. 1905

First Feilding Industrial Show, c. 1905

The crowd at the first Feilding Industrial Show, on 22 February, 1905. The show was held on the Jockey Club grounds, and hosted by the Feilding Industrial, Agri... Read More

Date
February 22, 1905
 
Manchester Square

Manchester Square

View of Manchester Square with Post Office clock tower and Rotunda. The appearance of the clock tower suggests that this photo was taken between 1902 (when it w... Read More

 
Presentation of Roy Craig Cup, 1951

Presentation of Roy Craig Cup, 1951

Presentation of Roy Craig Cup on 30/7/1951 at the Rongotea Coronation Hall. Recorded in newspaper 7th August 1951 Page 3. Left - Right: Ernest Lange, Agricultu... Read More

Date
1951
 
Fire at Hastie's Hotel, c. 1909

Fire at Hastie's Hotel, c. 1909

In the early morning of October 5, 1909, Hastie's Hotel (Feilding Hotel) caught fire for the second time in 5 years. Spreading quickly through the walls and cei... Read More

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