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Oral history, family photos

Family History

18 items

Buggy

Probably the buggy that the Reverend Alexander Whyte and family travelled in from Gisborne to Tiniroto in August 1897

Chambers Family at Mokopeka

Kate and John Chambers with their son, Hugh, who married Grace Couper in 1940 at Mokopeka

David Whyte and Family

David and Marion Whyte (both born in 1837) and family who came to live in Tiniroto near Wairoa from Glasgow
The children in order of age are – Alexander, Elizabeth, Ann, Hugh, Walter, David, Marion (May), Helen and Jean [Jean not born when photo was taken, about 1880].

Doctors Whyte and Wilson 1948

Dr Harry Wilson, surgeon, and Dr Alexander (ADS) Whyte, 7 March 1948

Photo caption on rear – “EMERALD 7.3.48”

Dr Alexander Whyte

Dr Alexander (ADS) Whyte, possibly after graduation

Dr Alexander Whyte

Dr Alexander (ADS) Whyte in military uniform

Dr Alexander Whyte

Dr Alexander Duncan Shanks Whyte

Dr Whyte and Reverend Williams

Doctor Alexander Whyte and Reverend Owen Williams who was celebrant at the marriage of Dr Whyte’s daughter, Jennifer, and Roger Bate

Jennifer Jane Bate Interview

Mokopeka Homestead

Mokopeka Homestead – home of Mr and Mrs John Chambers and Irene Chambers, as well as Mr and Mrs Hugh Chambers
Two-storeyed extension with a car in front

Reverend Alexander Whyte

Reverend Alexander Whyte at Poporangi, Kereru, the home of Mr and Mrs John Anderson

Reverend Alexander Whyte

Reverend Alexander Whyte

Photo caption on rear –

“Photo Artist
Alex Ayton
43N Bruntsfield Place
Edinburgh
Also at Ship Quay Place
Londonderry”

Reverend Alexander Whyte

Reverend Alexander Whyte

Photos taken by John Fergus of Blackdales, Largs [Scotland] and Cannes, France

Reverend Whyte and Family

Photo caption on rear –

“Helen and Alexander Whyte
David standing
ADS in front between parents
Helen and Marion on parents’ legs
Peggy not yet born in NZ”

Reverend Whyte and Family 1897

The Reverend Alexander and Helen Whyte and family on board “SS Waikare” en route from Glasgow to Port Chalmers, 1897

Left to right – Mrs Helen, Marion, David, Helen (front), Reverend Whyte and Alexander (Sandy)

Reverend Whyte and Family

The Reverend Alexander and Helen Whyte and family

Left to right – Marion, Alexander, David, Mrs Helen, Helen and Alexander DS (Sandy); Peggy in front

Reverend Whyte at Kereru

Reverend Alexander Whyte at “Poporangi”, Kereru, the home of Mr and Mrs John Anderson
Miss T Anderson at the wheel

Whyte Brothers 1947

Doctor Alexander (Sandy) Whyte, headmaster WT Foster and David Whyte at the Napier Boys’ High School 75th anniversary

Photo caption on rear – “Duces Duo 1906 1909” – referring to the fact that both brothers had been dux at Napier Boys’, David in 1906 and Sandy in 1909