Northern News : April 27th 2011
6 NORTHERN NEWS, APRIL 27, 2011 NEWS 3646016AB Home D cor At Clearance Prices Vases, wall art, lamps, mirrors, throws, occasional furniture and much more! by the Warehouse, Waipapa T: 09 407 9270 Mon-Fri 10-5pm Sat & Sun 10-2pm easy living homestore BAYLEYS REAL ESTATE LTD, KERIKERI, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. MORTGAGEE SALE 22 Koutu Beach Rd D D Beautiful views D Across road to water D Sea, sand dunes, sunsets D Area 936m more or less CT: NA14C/1099 Auction (will not be sold prior) 2pm Fri 6 May 2011 View Sat 12-1pm Cobham Road, Kerikeri www.bayleys.co.nz/294143 Lyn Campbell M 027 478 9945 Jane Nelson M 027 214 1393 B 09 407 9221 Opononi Cute two bedroom cottage Turner Centre Large shed/garage Is this your best buy on the Hokianga Harbour? Free childs hair cut with your cut and colour - mention this advert - offer expires 29th April! - Subject to availability. Phone 09 407 8561 Call now for an Appointment Open Monday to Saturday! Late nights Tuesday & thursday! (Opposite the Warehouse in Waipapa) www.hermanas.co.nz The Launch and Opening Day for Infinite Scope Health and Fitness Well Being Centre Affordability & Community Saturday, 30th April, From 9am to 1pm 127 North Road, Kaitaia. (next to McKenzie Welding and opposite KaitaiaTolls) Special Offer No Joining Fee for the month of May (conditions apply), if you join up on the opening day yougointhedrawtowina Portable Gas BBQ, we also have other prizes throughout the day Also on the Day, We Have: Live Entertainment, Nutrition Workshop, Miri Miri and Rongoa Maori, Healthy Products Presentations, Xyngular Presentation (new health & weight loss product on the market that's taken off in Kaitaia), Herbal Products on display PH (09) 408.0048 or 021 123 3277 Family historian needs information ARE THESE YOUR RELATIVES? BAKER, Arthur Wilmott from the Bay of Islands BAKER, Phillip Leonard and Varley Howard, killed in action BAKER, Theodore Russell, died from war wounds in New Zealand in 1921 BOWYER, Archibald Herbert Oliphant, killed in action CARROLL, Francis James (Jack) from Taranaki CORBETT, Albert (killed in action) and brother Edward from Taranaki CRULLER, Bertram Addison from Kaeo CRULLER, Henry Archibald CRULLER, Reuben from Kaeo DOWER, John Maurice from Gisborne FLOWERDAY, Albert Edward, killed in action FRANCIS, Phillip Roland from Oruru HANSEN, Alfred Charles from Opua, Bay of Islands HANSEN, Frederick Alfred from Te Puna, Bay of Islands HANSEN, Henry Arnold from Mangawhare, Dargaville HANSEN, Ivan Roy, killed in action HANSEN, Wilfred Roland, killed in action HARGRAVES, Elwyn Lawrence from Ohaeawai, Bay of Islands MADDOX, Ernest Alfred from Kaeo MADDOX, Charles from Kaeo McCORQUODALE, James Henry from Auckland POOLE, James William George from Devonport Do you have an ancestor descended from the Hansen and King children who were born at Oihi, Bay of Islands, from 1815 to 1837? Did your forebear fight in World War One? Family historian Kath Hansen is writing a book to record the contribution that Hansen descendants made to the Great War. She has identified 33 Han- sen soldiers/cousins who enlisted in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force, but is having difficulties finding information about 16 men with roots in the Far North. I would love to hear from any family member who has any information about their war service or how they coped after returning home. If anyone can provide a photograph, I would include it in the book.'' She and husband Stan plan to visit battle sites and soldiers' cemeteries in France and Belgium in July to gather information for the book they hope to have published by September 2012. I will visit each and every grave of the 11 soldiers killed in action. I want my book to carry either a photo of the soldier or his last resting place.'' Call Kath Hansen on( 09) 268-6505 or email her at email@example.com. Putting names to the faces Tupuna: Are any of these people related to you? Who are they: One of the photos in Debbie Taylor's collection. Do you know any of the people in these photos? If so, Kaikohe photogra- pher Debbie Taylor would like to hear from you. Debbie collects and makes digital copies of old photos and negatives, including glass plates. She is keen for people to help her identify people in the photos and has dis- played some of these in the window of her Kaikohe Photographic Centre win- dow. My aim is to try and find names for these people and provide a data base where family members can come and get images of their relations which they may not have.'' Email Debbie at bead firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on (09) 401-1886 or visit the Kaikohe Photographic Centre, 89 Broadway, Kai- kohe. Correction to Rosalie's ancestors In our story The Mayflower of NZ (Northern News, April 13) we said that Rosalie Maihi was descended from Hannah King who was married to missionary John King. We should have reported that Rosalie is descended from Hannah King Hansen, the daughter of Captain Hansen's son Thomas. She married and became Hannah King Letheridge. We apologise to the famil- ies for the error.
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