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The Christchurch suburb of New Brighton
In October 1855 Town Section 37 was part of the land granted to Jesse Watts Russell and two others. In 1862 the lease of TS 37 was assigned to a
St John the Evangelist (1131 Okains Bay Road) is an Anglican church in Okains Bay built in 1863.
The iconic modernist building at 163-173 Tuam Street was completed in 1939 for Millers Ltd. textile business. From 1980 - 2010 it was the main offices of the Christchurch City
Cecil Humphries was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton
The Halswell Pottery Group has been a force on the Christchurch ceramics scene since its inception in the 1970s.
The Mona Vale Homestead and grounds at 63 Fendalton Road are now a public park of 4 ha in the Christchurch suburb of Fendalton.
Neville Toohey protesting against ACC in Cathedral Square.
Frederick Everard Turner (Service no. 2/103) was a First World War soldier with links to Woolston.
Public art refers to art works displayed in public places either temporarily or permanently.
Henry Gill McKenzie (service number 6/1915) was a First World War soldier with links to Upper Riccarton
A description of the role of Sexton and the Sexton's Lodge in Linwood Cemetery.
Helpful hints for those wanting to find an ancestor in the complex, irregular layout of Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch, NZ.
A description of the Friends of Linwood Cemetery's Suffrage Project which sets out to identify those who signed the Suffrage Petition of 1893 and are buried in Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch,
A collection of inscriptions and their source or meaning, found on the headstones of Linwood Cemetery
Comprehensive alphabetical lists of all the known service personnel (war casualties and Veterans) buried or memorialised in Linwood Cemetery.
A short history of the Monumental Masons who worked in Linwood Cemetery.