Photo Album

album1We have put together a collection of family Photograph Albums for each of John James Stanaway’s children, showing his children and grand children and in some cases great grand children.

We are updating this album all the time.

If you have any photographs you would like to share please contact us and we will include these in this section.

John James Stanaway’s  – Family Photo Album

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Mary Ann Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

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William Henry Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

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Ngaere Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

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Irahapetei Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

Ihapere Stanaway’s – Photo Album

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Kataraina Stanaway’s – Photo Album

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Henare Joseph Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

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Ngati Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

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Elizabeth Heath Stanaway’s Family Photo Album

Sarah Ann Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

Charles George Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

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Laura Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

Phoebe Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

Helena Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

James John Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

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Frederick Stanaway’s – Family Photo Album

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2 thoughts on “Photo Album

  1. briskiwiron

    Hi, I was doing a little fossicking in my Family tree when i found that a great uncle Arthur Henry Kendall had died in Tokatoka in 1943.> my interest was peaked because my late Grandmother Kath Nepia Lived in Dargaville and the name Stanaway was familiar to me, .My Grandmother was a litchfield before Marrying Tame Puhipi Nepia. . .In the early 1960’s my family along with several uncles and Aunts went to Tokatoka for a day trip, and I remember as young kid, Climbing to the top of the mountain (!) .Until i read your post, I had never realized it was so well settled. Cheers! Ron Bunting.

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    1. gregorypaulskinner Post author

      Thanks for you comments Ron – It looks as though Tokatoka reached its peak around 1890-1910, much like a lot of the northern Wairoa River – once the forests had been felled and the mills closed the area turn to farming and most of the people moved away.

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