Appendix

SPELLING VARIATIONS in reference to the same found in old documents:

  • Stanaway – Stanoway – Stannaway – Stanway
  • Clark – Clarke
  • Sanders – Saunders
  • Helen – Ellen (or vies versa – these were interchangeable)

TRANSLATION OF NAMES Maori to English:

  • Hone – John
  • Henare – Henry
  • Ariki – Alexander
  • Ihapere – Isabella
  • Rokena – Rogan
  • Stanaway – Taniwe (in reference to John James Stanaway)
  • Stanaway – Haira (in reference to John and Alexander Stanaway)
  • Anihana – Anderson
  • Marena – Marriner
  • Mohi – Moses
  • Paraone – Brown
  • Rahera – Racheal

MUSEUMS:

  • The Kauri Museum (Matakohe)
  • Hokianga Museum
  • Dargaville Museum
  • Helensville Museum

REFERENCES:

NEWSPAPERS:

  • N.Z. Herald
  • Daily Southern Cross
  • Auckland Star
  • Northern Wairoa Gazette
  • Kaipara Lifestyler
  • Kaipara and Waitamata Echo
  • Sydney Hearld

BOOKS:

  • “Colonial Experiences” – William Pratt
  • “Men Can Voyaging” – C.M Sheffield
  • “Early Northern Wairoa” – John Stallworthy
  • “Taina”  – Ada Clark (unpublished)
  • “The Story of My Life” – Ada Clark (unpublished) *1
  • “The Great Northern Wairoa” – E.K. Bradley *2
  • “100 Years Maori Rugby League 1908-2008”  – John Coffey & Bernie Wood
  • “Longwater” – Stephen Fordyce
  • “The Unknown Kaipara” – T.B. Byrne

PUBLIC & PRIVATE COLLECTIONS:

  • Sir George Grey Special Collections
  • Alexander Turnbull Library
  • Barney Thomas Daniel Collection – Captain John James Stanaway a link to Barney’s story of JJ Stanaway.
  • Daniel Family Collection
  • Bell Family Collection
  • Hill Family Collection
  • Old letters, photos, wills, births, death and marriage certificates – Stanaway & Skinner family Collections

*1             This was incomplete – 2 proofs exist. A combination, the best of each was used.

*2             A lot of information on the Clark family in this book is incorrect

 

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