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Robert John Cogle (Service no. 6/1000) was a First World War soldier with links to Heathcote.
Ernest John Rhind (Service no. 6/3140) was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton.
Gilbert George Porter (Service no. 6/816) was a First World War soldier.
Charles Kenneth Cotton (Service no. 26995) enlisted for the First World War with a Peterborough Street address.
A collection of photographs of the Radcliffe family.
Douglas James Guiney (Service no. 50173) was a First World War soldier with links to the Halswell area.
John Dudley, an early Christchurch resident, who lived in the area now known as Dallington.
Well known early Christchurch residents
Well known Shirley Resident
Built in 1903, the Clarendon Hotel on the corner of Worcester Street and Oxford Terrace hosted many important international visitors. Its facade was retained during the construction of Clarendon Tower
The Cracroft Caverns, also known as the Cashmere Caverns, were constructed in 1942 during World War II in response to the perceived threat of a Japanese invasion.
Christchurch City Libraries’ annual Photo Hunt is an opportunity to discover photographic treasures that reconnect Cantabrians to cherish, celebrate and commemorate our past.
The Citizen's War Memorial in Cathedral Square was unveiled on the 9 June, 1937.
The Cave Rock Apartments on the beachfront in Sumner. Designed by Peter Beaven and built by Mainzeal in 1998. They were badly damaged in the February 2011 earthquake and were
Named after the bishopric of Cashel. The early days of Canterbury, pp 43-44 says it is named after Rt. Rev. Robert Daly, Bishop of Cashel and Waterford (d. 1872). This