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Mary Ellen loved sailing with her Dad, they had shared ownership of a small yacht. Mary Ellen was one to admire for her steadfast kindness to all. Awful - her
Kia ora, Does anyone know the name of the store owner? Was his son Jack Whitely? Where did the Whitely family come from?    H
Thanks for your memories Roy, but I seem to think you left quite a bit out. On the retirement of Bob Hall, didn't you take over as Manager of 1YZ?
Hi Thirwell House was on the corner of Eruera & Tutanekai Streets, this was demolished c1955. The building that is there now was built c1956 by a Mr Jaffe.
Howard shared this memory from the day of the Erebus disaster. He said a normal evening in the DB was packed out, but on this day no-one came to the
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Mrs Carlsen was also appointed representative of the world prime body ---The World Irish Wool Board ;such was her expertise.You can see web pages of top fashions by typing in
Mrs Carlsen had given a lot by way of fashion , training in fashion and business, social good such as fashion parades to packed audiences (some of which included the
Do u have a photo of Willy Bow fruiter
Do u have a photo of Willy Bow fruiter
i Rember this well lived in Rotorua from the age of three till  i was about 45 first lived at 63 Henimoa street beside the daly post building them lived
This is a cool pic ... I have'nt seen everyone in like forever. How are you and what are you doing these days?
Hi Lois, Thanks for the information about Guide Kate, any other information you know about any of the Hot Lakes Guides would be much appreciated. Regards, Kete Rotorua
Thanks for the names, we really appreciate it. Regards, Kete Rotorua
Not a bad memory Manda. I can fill in some gaps Of your unknowns starting top left. Anthony Thornborough, Andrew Cameron Second Row down Ron Falconer, Phil Potter, after Astrid,
Maggie Rangitukia Middlemass was this kuia’s given birthname, she was born approx 1824/1834(?) in Opotiki. The name ‘Keita’ was adopted much later, when a loved Aunt passed away pre 1882,
In John Cresswell's "Hot Lakes Guides" he writes that she was also known as Keita Rangitukia