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Named after Donald Coutts (1827-1899). Coutts was a flourmiller of Kaiapoi Island. First mentioned in the Lyttelton Times in 1857.
Black marble spire set on square marble base which in turn sits on a concrete plinth and steps. Memorial to
L Harris was a First World War soldier with links to Christchurch
Halswell Quarry Park is a 60.4 hectare park, with a combination of recreational walks, historic sites and botanical collections. Important
Memorial tablets laid in concrete on the ground, in memory of men of the district who died in World War
Eric Percy Greenwood was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton.
Tapered stone pillar on concrete base as a memorial to those people from Belfast and adjoining areas who died in
A soldier from World War One with connections to New Brighton
Leo Clyde Richardson was a First World War soldier with links to Riccarton
The Woolston war memorial is the Cricket Pavilion Building on Woolston Park, Ferry Road.
Memorial gate and plaques at the entrance Wharenui school in Matipo Street Christchurch. Wharenui School 1914- 1918 In Memory of
Wharenui School was established in 1907.
1st World War soldier with links to the Riccarton area. He is listed on the Wharenui School Memorial Gate.
Russell Hodder was a First World War soldier with links to Wharenui School, Riccarton.
Albert Thomas Henery was a World War I soldier.
Harold Charles Eaton was a First World War soldier with links to Wharenui School, Riccarton.
Basil Tavender was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton.
Gascoigne Cecil Greenwood was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton.
Walter Cookson was a World War One soldier with links to New Brighton
Percy Leonard was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton
Named on the Lyttelton War Memorial. Nona Mildred Hildyard (Nursing Sister).
The building was built circa 1914 on the site of the businesses first premises. It was built primarily for retail,
Named on the Lyttelton War Memorial.
The bronze statue in Victoria Square commemorates the Golden Jubilee of the founding of the Canterbury Settlement (1900). It is
The original Edmonds Factory Garden and factory (built in 1923), featured on the cover of the best-selling Edmonds CookeryBook, has
646 Colombo St was built in 1904 as an investment for Joel Falkinder. The building has housed a great variety
Jack Stirling was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton.
John Charles Leversedge was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton.
Built in 1904 for businessman and philanthropist Matthew Barnett Demolished July 2011
John Frederick Haynes was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton
The Durham Street Methodist Church opened on Christmas Day 1864. Built of stone it was the first church to be
Horse Bazaar Flower Market Legends Bar The Bedford venue Demolished
Bower Urban Corner Cafe sits where the Bower Hotel used to be.
The New Brighton Surf Bathing and Lifesaving Club decided after the First World War to erect a memorial window in
Carl Bailey was a New Brighton resident who fought and died in WWI.
Walter Charles Bryden was a soldier in the First World War with ties to New Brighton.
GREAT WAR S. R. Archer L. A. Caygill C. E. Coffey R. Dalton C.v. Dickey W. K. Dougall F. W.
Albert Bryden was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton.