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He pārongo atu anōMonro Family at 'Craiglockhart'

Charles Monro (1851-1933) is known as the founder of rugby in New Zealand, and was a businessman in Palmerston North. He built 'Craiglockhart' 1889-1890, on Riverbank Road, Fitzherbert West where he lived with his wife, the former Helena MacDonald (1866-1962) and family. The family sold 'Craiglockhart' to Massey Agricultural College in 1944, and it was used as a women's student hostel called Moginie House. Today it is still a student hostel but the name has reverted to 'Craiglockhart'. Photograph shows the family at 'Craiglockhart' with Ben the dog. From left: Mary; Mrs Helen Monro; Linda; Hector (known as Peter); Charles J Monro; David; John, known as Jack (lying in front).

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Image
Tautuhi matihiko
2007N_Pi118_PEO_0357
Ingoa
Monro Family at 'Craiglockhart'
Pākanga
Public Photograph Collection Pi 118
E puritia ana ki
Coolstore

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Monro Family at 'Craiglockhart'
Agnes and Mavis George
Slack Family and Friends
Monro Family
Peter and Maria Bares, with children Mercina and John
Andrews Collection: Andrews' Family
Brian Stewart
Andrews Collection: Woman and Baby
Picnic beside Cart
Wedding of Marie Ihle and Arthur Gallichan
Susan Woolcock
Harriet holding baby

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Palmerston North
Te rā
circa 1898

Te manatārua

Ngā whakamihi
Palmerston North City Library

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Tūtohu Hapori
historic places trust,

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Monro Family at 'Craiglockhart'
Agnes and Mavis George
Slack Family and Friends
Monro Family
Peter and Maria Bares, with children Mercina and John
Andrews Collection: Andrews' Family
Brian Stewart
Andrews Collection: Woman and Baby
Picnic beside Cart
Wedding of Marie Ihle and Arthur Gallichan
Susan Woolcock
Harriet holding baby

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