Eon, Neville and Arthur Holt at Holt Family Home. On back of photo: "Our present home & urchins "in undress uniform:"". "Eon has had his hair cut short lately and is so like mother".
My mother holding me, getting ready for church. (Nice hat, handbag and gloves).
Family photo taken Xmas Day after youngest brother's christening. I still remember the complete dress- pink and cream, hairstyle seems to be the same as older sister. Socks and sandals.
Left - Right: Duncan Taylor, 4th; Hamish Duncan Taylor, 5th; Duncan James Taylor, 6th. By the Blacksmith memorial plaque and sculpture erected in recognition of the pioneers of the Orari District...
Subjects unknown. Photo reproduced from a glass negative by Glyn Williams. Highly commended
Probably taken at Lyttelton; not sure of occasion. Left - Right: Charity, Alfred, Ernest (boy), Mary (nee Foster), Daisy. Leonard, Elsie Symonds. The Symonds family lived in Lyttelton.
Alfred and Mary Symonds with children Leonard (left) and Elsie (right).
"Cousins from Sutton and Carter Family at 29 Ford Road on Christmas day. Potato plants in the background." - Contributor's note
"Elizabeth and older sister Jean at New Brighton beach." - Contributor's note
Smith Family, Gloucester Street.
"Photo taken early 1950 at 358 Tuam Street, Christchurch. House located at Fitzgerald Ave end of Tuam Street. The city population resided within the 4 belts (Avenues). This man had 4 children under 5...
"Taken with a box brownie camera by a friend at 9 Albemarle Street, Sydenham. Christchurch. The group composes of 4 grandchildren, the twins are seated on their father and paternal grandfather's knee...
"This photo was taken in the backyard of 358 Tuam Street. It was common practice to put very young children like the twin boys in the front of a play pen to keep them safe from running out the gate...
Duncan Taylor (1834-1911) was the first blacksmith in Temuka. He and his family then moved to Orari and later to Rangitata. Photo taken in Christchurch by H. H. Clifford. Caption: Taylor family. Tom...
Patrick and Eleanor Phillips left the Chathams and moved to New Plymouth due to complications with their daughter Gillian's health. This is them as a young couple with their family.
The Treleaven sisters at Sumner.
Lunch on Christmas day Oram family house in Cass Street Kaiapoi.
Lynne, Sally and Kerry examine their presents..
Oram Family at Godley Head lighthouse.
Second from right is Jacqui Taylor with her sister, two brothers and cousins. Parents of Jacqui built the house at 157 Condell Avenue, Papanui.
Oram Family at Kaiapoi (Cass Street).
Family Reunion Christchurch
"Mary Ann Arthur (nee Hastie) born 1864, who married Charles Arthur in NZ in 1885 died 1951. Her parents were Margaret and John Hastie who owned the Hurinui Hotel. Mary's daughter, Florence Templeton...