Campion, E J, fl 1871 :Plan of an estate at Terawiti, belonging to the late James McManaman, Esq., Wellington New Zealand, 1869 [ms map]. E. J. Campion, architect and surveyor, August 1869
Reference Number: MapColl-r832.47gbbd/1869/Acc.24571
Cadastral map, with some topographic features, of the South Makara District from Te Kaminaru, now known as Te Ikamaaaru Bay, Ohao Bay now known as Ohau Bay, Portugese Point and Oterongu Bay now known as Oteranga Bay, Waiariki Creek which adjacent to the site of Mrs. McManaman's house, known as the Old Terawhiti Station, to Cape Terawiti, the Karori Stream, Sinclair Head to Ohiro Bay, now known as Owhiro Bay. Sections are numbered, some with acreages and owners' names. A reference key refers to 82 numbered sections with acreages. Several sections are marked as Crown Grant and includes pencilled numbers, also Native Reserves. References are made to C.T. 64 to 295 and 187/205. A pa site is marked adjacent to Mrs. McManaman's house and Waiariki Peak is named. A boundary fence is marked. Names include Janet ?Drum, J. Locket, Jackson, Furlong, Monaghan, Cately, J. McLeavy, W. Mowbray. Some names are written in pencil, believed added at a later date.
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Campion, E J, fl 1871 :Plan of an estate at Terawiti, belonging to the late James McManaman, Esq., Wellington New Zealand, 1869 [ms map]. E. J. Campion, architect and surveyor, August 1869, Reference Number MapColl-r832.47gbbd/1869/Acc.24571 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink, pencil, colourwash, coloured pencil on paper, linen backed, coloured, scale [1:31 680], 125 x 212 cm.. Map
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