Cripps, Thomas, fl. 1940 :Castlepoint, 1848-1860 [ms map] / compiled by T. Cripps, H. Groves; [drawn by?] T.J. French. [1848-1860?]
Reference Number: MapColl-832.45gbbd/1848-1860/Acc.2736
Map of the area from Smiths Creek and Mataikona River to the Mangapeka Stream and the Whareama River. Includes names of early runholders in the Castlepoint area and the years in which they first settled their runs. Names include John Valentine Smith, Isaac Cripps, Peter Hales, John Groves, Henry Groves, William Groves, John Alfred Perry, Arthur Nicholls, Henry Clarke, Thomas Guthrie, Edwin Meredith, Henry Buxton, John Frederick and Robert Maunsell, Robert Langdon. Includes names of some runs. Original tracks and existing roads are marked.
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Cripps, Thomas, fl. 1940 :Castlepoint, 1848-1860 [ms map] / compiled by T. Cripps, H. Groves; [drawn by?] T.J. French. [1848-1860?], Reference Number MapColl-832.45gbbd/1848-1860/Acc.2736 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink on card, coloured, scale not given, 52.8 x 41.9 cm.. Map
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: Aperture card available
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Recto - bottom right: T J French
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