[Creator unknown] :Plan of part of the Rev. S. Williams freehold property, Patangata County, Hawkes Bay [ms map]. Compiled from Native Land Court plans and other records deposited in the Survey and Deeds Offices at Napier, [189-?]
Reference Number: MapColl-832.3gbbd/[189-?]/Acc.25686
Map of Rev. S. Williams property adjacent to Te Aute College estate, Pukehou Railway Station, Kaikora township, Patangata Road and part of the lake, Roto a Kiwa. Includes some named and some numbered land blocks, and also acreages with some owners' names. The old bed of the Waipawa River, the road from Napier to Waipawa and the railway line are all marked, as are private roads and one labelled 'The conveyance from Rathbone shews right of road on this boundary'. Names of landowners are: R. Todd, W. Rathbone, J. Small, J. Collins, Rev. S. Williams.The inset is an enlarged map of sections adjacent to the Pukehou Railway Station. These include names, acreages and railway acreages. The Cemetery Reserve of Te Aute College is marked and the land block belonging to Rev. W. Williams. A drain and the road to Napier cross these land blocks. Includes some pencilled markings and revised acreages.
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[Creator unknown] :Plan of part of the Rev. S. Williams freehold property, Patangata County, Hawkes Bay [ms map]. Compiled from Native Land Court plans and other records deposited in the Survey and Deeds Offices at Napier, [189-?], Reference Number MapColl-832.3gbbd/[189-?]/Acc.25686 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink, pencil and watercolour on card, linen backed, scale [1:15 840], 70 x 43.5 cm.. Map
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