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He pārongo atu anō"The Sharp and Parker families ...from Northern Ireland and Yorkshire to Rongotea"

A family history as written by Patricia Reesby about her Sharp and Parker ancestry. She recounts their history prior to emigrating to New Zealand, and subsequently. Pat is the daughter of Win (nee Parker) and Bill Reesby. Win was the daughter of John and Sarah (nee Sharp), who emigrated to New Zealand c. 1910. After living in Bunnythorpe they settled in Banks Line, Rongotea, where they established a dairy farm. The history largely recounts life on the Rongotea farm and vicinity.

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2019Pa_2018-45_026265
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"The Sharp and Parker families ...from Northern Ireland and Yorkshire to Rongotea"
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Patrica Reesby on tractor
Hannah Parker with dairy herd
John and Sarah Parker with sons Robert and Ted
Sarah Parker and daughters knitting
Man and woman with horse and gig
"The Sharp and Parker families ...from Northern Ireland and Yorkshire to Rongotea"
Parker farmhouse, Banks Line, Rongotea
Win and Patricia Reesby with Hannah Parker
Farmhouse, Banks Line, Rongotea
Rongotea Rugby Football Team
Te Kawau Rugby Representative Team
Mr and Mrs Wilf Hunt

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Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Rongotea, Manawatū

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Ian Matheson City Archives

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rongotea,
Tūtohu Hapori

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Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Patrica Reesby on tractor
Hannah Parker with dairy herd
John and Sarah Parker with sons Robert and Ted
Sarah Parker and daughters knitting
Man and woman with horse and gig
"The Sharp and Parker families ...from Northern Ireland and Yorkshire to Rongotea"
Parker farmhouse, Banks Line, Rongotea
Win and Patricia Reesby with Hannah Parker
Farmhouse, Banks Line, Rongotea
Rongotea Rugby Football Team
Te Kawau Rugby Representative Team
Mr and Mrs Wilf Hunt

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