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McChesney/Stevenson. Sarah Jane Randle, formerly McChesney, nee Stevenson.
McChesney/Stevenson. Sarah Jane Randle, formerly McChesney, nee Stevenson.
1920s or '30s? 
 
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McChesney/Stevenson. Thomas McChesney
McChesney/Stevenson. Thomas McChesney
Circa 1918, aged 75? 
 
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Murphy/Seed.  Milton house
Murphy/Seed. Milton house
224 Union Street occupied by the Murphy family from c1890 to 1923 
 
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Murphy/Seed.  Murphy house, 224 Union St, Milton, 1965.
Murphy/Seed. Murphy house, 224 Union St, Milton, 1965.
The Murphy/Seed family home, 1890-1923. 
 
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Murphy/Seed. Elizabeth Ellen Murphy nee Seed, Milton
Murphy/Seed. Elizabeth Ellen Murphy nee Seed, Milton
Circa 1907, aged 58? 
 
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Murphy/Seed. Elizabeth Ellen Murphy nee Seed, Milton.
Murphy/Seed. Elizabeth Ellen Murphy nee Seed, Milton.
Circa 1912, aged 63? 
 
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Murphy/Seed. Milton shop and flat
Murphy/Seed. Milton shop and flat
122 Union Street. Purchased by James Murphy in 1918, four months before his death, after which Sarah Murphy occupied the flat and ran the shop as a stationery business. Her mother Elizabeth Ellen Murphy moved there on selling the family home in 1923 and died there eight months later. 
 
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Murphy/Seed. The Milton Salvation Army Band, 1895.
Murphy/Seed. The Milton Salvation Army Band, 1895.
Is it William Hamilton Jnr standing next to the drummer? Is William Murphy in the band? -- probably not. 
 
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Stevenson/Kennedy.  239 Ythan Road, Appleby, Invercargill.
Stevenson/Kennedy. 239 Ythan Road, Appleby, Invercargill.
This old cottage, much renovated and 'modernised', is on the section owned by John Stevenson from 18 June 1878 to 17 August 1909 -- probably the cottage in which Sarah Jane Stevenson was born in 1880. 
 
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Stevenson/Kennedy.  John Stevenson, blacksmith.
Stevenson/Kennedy. John Stevenson, blacksmith.
In his 20s, Belfast? 
 
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Stevenson/Kennedy.  Waianiwa house
Stevenson/Kennedy. Waianiwa house
Built by John Stevenson in 1880 and occupied by the family until 1962 when Nellie died. The blacksmith's forge was next door (to the left of the photo). 
 
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Stevenson/Kennedy. John Stevenson (at left), Waianiwa
Stevenson/Kennedy. John Stevenson (at left), Waianiwa
with the plough that he invented, manufactured and sold. 
 
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Stevenson/Kennedy. John Stevenson, Invercargill
Stevenson/Kennedy. John Stevenson, Invercargill
Circa 1905, in his 50s? 
 
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Stevenson/Kennedy. Sarah Jane Stevenson (middle of back row)
Stevenson/Kennedy. Sarah Jane Stevenson (middle of back row)
Probably the Nursing Division (formed 1908) of the Invercargill branch of the St John Ambulance Brigade, c1910. Sarah is wearing her silver St John medallion above the rosette. 
 
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Wallace/Maise. John and Esther Wallace.  House. Matarawa, Whanganui.
Wallace/Maise. John and Esther Wallace. House. Matarawa, Whanganui.
Site of house of John and Esther Wallace on No.2 Line, Matarawa, Whanganui. The house was situated in the field between the Presbyterian cemetery and the new house. No.2 Line is out of the photo to the left. 
 
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Wallace/Spurdle. Wallace house, Lowther St, Whanganui.
Wallace/Spurdle. Wallace house, Lowther St, Whanganui.
4 Lowther St, Whanganui. Joseph Wallace and family lived here for at least the period 1896-1906. George Major and 'Essie' Wallace were married here. (QV date the house only to c1910 -- but this is an informed guess only.) 
 

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