Dennan, James John, fl 1840s :Plan of Pihautea Estate and Native lands in the occupation of C. R. Bidwill Esq Wairarapa [ms map]. Compiled and drawn by J. J. Dennan, [184-?]
Reference Number: MapColl-832.45gbbd/[184-?]/Acc.39363
Cadastral map with topographical features showing Pihautea Estate and surrounding Maori land in south Wairarapa occupied by Charles R Bidwill. Freehold and native land are referred to in a key. Identifies land blocks with Maori names and unnamed land blocks, both with acreages. Ruamahanga River, Te Maire Creek, Jury's Island and the Road to Kahautara are shown. Other bordering settler properties are named as G Goodrick, W Bicknell, B.W.O. and B Williams, W. Nichol, G. Hunter, YuleMaori land blocks include Maramamau.
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Bidwill, Brian Carne, 1923- :Maps, Reference Number MapColl-Collection-Bidwill-01 (2 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink, pencil and colourwash on card, linen backed, coloured, scale [1:15 840], 87.8 x 66.9 on sheet 99.96 x 72.4 cm.. Map
Historical Notes: C.R. Bidwill's station is called Pihautea Station
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: Colour Transparency available
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