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- Born in England. Came out to New Zealand aboard the Douglas around 1874 with his parents William and Dianha. Lived at Kakori then Newtown, Wellington, later moving to Masterton in the Wairarapa. They had a grocery store in Kuripuni near Blair Street. Although Arthur married, he did not have any children and he is buried in the Masterton Cemetery. Public - Pete - Direct descendant - 17 January 2017 - Family records and Masterton District Council cemetery records
- Came from Warwickshire in England. Had a grocery store in Kuripuni (not near Blair Street). Public - Pete - Direct descendant - 18 January 2017 - Family records
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Public - Pete - Direct descendant - 17 January 2017
Stowers, R. (2009). Rough riders at war : history of New Zealand's involvement in the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902 and information on all members of the 10 New Zealand contingents. Hamilton, N.Z.: R. Stowers. AWMM
|17 January 2017||Pete||Masterton, New Zealand||Direct descendant||
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