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Wilford Street

Sir Thomas Mason Wilford was M.P. for Hutt for 26 years, and Mayor of Wellington 1909-11. He was leader of the Liberal Opposition in 1919 and later became New Zealand High Commissioner in London. He was a grandson of “Quaker” Mason.

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Eruera Love Lane

Named after Lt Colonel Eruera (Edward) Te Whiti o Rongomai Love, who was a former Māori All Black and Lieutenant Colonel. Nearby Te Whiti Park is also named after him. The street was unveiled on the 26th March 2021, and the following dedication was written and presented by his granddaughter Susan Love de Miguel. The […]

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Waterloo, Lower Hutt

Pinny Avenue

Frederick James Pinny resided on the western hills above Natusch’s from at least 1903-18. He was a musical instrument importer. His sister Hattie married John Mitchell.

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Waterloo, Lower Hutt

Knights Road

William Knight, his wife Mary Ann, nee Penrose, and family arrived in the ”Duke of Roxburgh” February 1840. They owned land in what is now Penrose Street and Knights Road.