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John Massy Stacpoole 1919 – 2018

Remuera Heritage was very sad to hear of the death of John Stacpoole on September 5th 2018.

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WW1 Frederick George Holland (57847)

Frederick was born on 4th September 1891, the younger son of John and Emily Holland.

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WW1 Remuera Families With More Than One Son Killed in WW1

There were several Remuera families with more than one son killed in WW1.

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WW1 Sister Barbara Sibyl Greig

Barbara Sibyl Greig, sister of Elsie Stewart Greig (1886-1966) and Roysie Alma Greig (1891–1969).

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WW1 Sister Elsie Stewart Greig RRC

Elsie was born on 10 April 1886 to Barbara Mary Stewart and James Dickson Greig.

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Trinity Methodist Theological College transformation to Church of Scientology

Remuera Heritage and Parnell Heritage had a joint visit to 136 Grafton Road to learn about the history, heritage restoration and recent work done to the building.

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Dunholme

Dunholme was built in the 1870s by Auckland businessman Samuel Morrin on the corner of Remuera Road and what is now Ridings Road.

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History of the Remuera Shops 1911 to 2016

Here you can find out about the history of some of the Remuera shops as a Story Map. 

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Ellerslie Racecourse Makeover

Ellerslie racecourse has demolished the old totalisator building, retaining only the "totaliser machine" and dividends board inside. 

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Dr Grace de Courcy LRCP LRCS Edinburgh, MD (with Distinction) Brussels

Grace de Courcy of Remuera was amongst the first New Zealand women to qualify as a doctor.

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Skelton’s Buildings

Skelton's Building 339-345 Remuera Rd was built in 1928 for Robert Skelton.

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WW1 Frederick Charles Spratt

Frederick Charles Spratt was part of the 2nd New Zealand Cyclists Corps.

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WW1 Edward Newton Matthews 10081

Edward Newton Matthews was born 6 March 1896 in Auckland, the eldest son of Ellen and Newton Matthews.

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Burial Service for Jack Walker at Leper Belgium

A burial service has been held for Captain Henry John Innes Walker, Royal Warwickshire Regiment and six ...

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4 Victoria Avenue

Sue Cooper and Iain Valentine of the Remuera Residents Association presented to the Orakei Local Board on 19 April 2018 about the need for a community centre in Remuera.

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The Walsh Brothers — Leo and Vivian

Leo and Vivian Walsh lived in Remuera in Orakei Road with their father Austin and sisters, Veronica and Doreen.

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Jean Batten Aviator CBE OSC Chev LH

Jean Batten was born in Rotorua in 1909.

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411-413 Remuera Road Shops

411-413 Remuera Road was first the site of the offices of the Remuera Road Board from 1902 until it merged with Auckland City Council in 1915.

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385 Remuera Road

This wooden-façade shop was built about 1909 and is one of the oldest commercial buildings still standing in Remuera.

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Early buildings of King’s College Remuera

King’s College was founded in The Tower, the former home of James McCosh Clark in 1896, at 258 Remuera Rd...

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Cole’s Buildings

George Cole, a local real estate and land agent, owned all the buildings from 142 to 144, now 382 to 396 Remuera Road.

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WW1 Gordon Harrison Larner 2/2178

Gordon Harrison Larner was born on 25 November 1894 to Victor John and Margaret Larner.

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WW1 Major George Henry Holland M.C. (Service Number 12/373)

George Holland was born on 12 July 1885 in Onewhero, South Auckland, the older son of John and Emily Holland.

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