Hawke’s Bay Herald-Tribune 6 January 1954
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Special edition to commemorate the visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh to Hawke’s Bay on 7 January 1954
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Other surnames mentioned –
Acklin, Audley, Avison, Ball, Bayliss, Beaumont, Benson, Berkahn, Berry, Bishop, Boag, Boyd, Brian, Bromley, Buckman, Burden, Butt, Campbell, Cassin, Charters, Clark, Collins, Cooper, Creagh, Crosbie, Denton, Donaldson, Dunn, Eagle, Foote, Foster, Glazebrook, Goldfinch, Grant, Griffin, Groves, Hallgarth, Hammond, Harding, Harland, Hassall, Hastings, Helmore, Hollaran, Horan, Hunt, Jobey, Kennedy, Kidd, King, Lett, Lowe, Makahue, Malone, Marven, Matthews, Mayhead, McCarthy, McIvor, McKerick, Mercer, Mills, Morgan, Naisbitt, O’Dwyer, O’Meara, Pattullo, Place, Raxworthy, Rayner, Reid, Retemeyer, Richardson, Riddell, Russell, Sissons, Smith, Snaddon, Sparks, Spence, Spriggs, Stanton, Thirkell, Thomas, Treacher, Walker, Warnes, Watt, Watters, Whitlock, Wilkinson, Williams, Wilson, Winter, Withers