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Phillip John McTeigue (Service no. 51867) was a First World War soldier with links to Halswell
Frank Reginald Reynolds Nicholson (Service no. 62878) was a First World War soldier with links to Woolston.
History of the immigration barrack and quarantine depot systems in Canterbury by Grant Hughes
646 Colombo St was built in 1904 as an investment for Joel Falkinder.  The building has housed a great variety of tenants over the decades, including grocers, furnishers, clothing and
Charles Donald Lilley (Service No. 46958) was a First World War soldier with links to the Waltham area.
Lawrence Frederic Corson (Service no. 24306) was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton
Westlake Park was created after a gravel pit on this site closed
Joseph Henry Smith (Service no. 7/1897) was a First World War soldier with ties to Manchester Street, Christchurch.
Samuel Arthur Carroll (Service no. 4/1494) was a soldier in the First World War who lived on Manchester street.
Alfred Rides (Service no. 53968) was a first World War soldier with links to New Brighton
George Frederick Bryant (Service no. 6/3999) was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton
Images of Halswell Quarry and formation of the Quarry Park compiled or taken by John Moore, Park Ranger,1992 – 2005.
Ollivier’s Road is first mentioned in the Star in 1869. Tenders were opened in June 1870 for forming it – this being won by W. Parish.Olliviers Road first appears in
Cemeteries of Greater Christchurch lists the Public and Church Cemeteries in the area.
Named after Donald Coutts (1827-1899).  Coutts was a flourmiller of Kaiapoi Island. First mentioned in the Lyttelton Times in 1857.
The Stone monument in Halswell Road is a memorial to the men of the Halswell district who died in World War I. Subsequent plaques commemorate WWII, Korean, Malaya-Bornea and Vietnam
Daniel Joseph Foley (Service no. 60928) was a soldier in the First World War with ties to Burwood.