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Below are some names of early residents of the Hokianga from various sources
    
see also Cleaves 1894 Directory of residents and occupations

Bachelor’s Ball, 27 October 1911, organised by the The Bachelors of Rawene
(Source:  Rawene – heart of the Hokianga by Drew Brownson, 1984)
R Pearson, Honorary Sectretary
Miss Bawdens (invited)


1901 - Hokianga Mounted Rifles, First Annual Ball, Rawene Hall
(Source:  Rawene – heart of the Hokianga by Drew Brownson, 1984)
Percy W Bourke, Secretary.
Organising Committee:
Capt. W F. Henderson
Lieut. G. F, Webster
Lieut. A. Andrews
Sergt. Major Cochrane
Sergt. Clendon
Corpl. H. M. Webster
Corpl. W. S. Field
Corpl. S. Letts
Trooper A. C. Winkelmann
Trooper J. Bryers
Trooper F. Andrews
M.S.C.  Sergt. Clendon & Trooper J. Bryers


1911 - Rawene's Professional Hockey Team (as related by Nora Tuckey, Rawene)
(Source:  Rawene – heart of the Hokianga by Drew Brownson, 1984)
Mr Arnold (mill hand),
Mr Butland (stevedore)
Mr Cochrane (millband)
Mr Keay (mill engineer)
Mr Smith (schoolmaster)
Mr C. Lane (post office)
Mr Currie (millhand)
Mr Baldwin (joinery factory)
Mr Fisher (millhand)
Mr Fountain (Presbyterian Minister)
Mr Guthrey (mill manager)
Mr Kearney (P.O. lines)
Mr Lones (hospital)
Mr Stan Butland (mill)
Mr Tom Flood (farmer)
Mr Thronson (mill)
Mr Allen (mill)

1890's - Hokianga's first Rugby Team (not all are named) (as related by Nora Tuckey, Rawene)
(
Source:  Rawene – heart of the Hokianga by Drew Brownson, 1984)
Messrs Hawkins, Hawkins
Jack Cochrane
Tom Cochrane
Tom Donnelly
Ned Beasley
Norman Beasley
Dennis Cochrane
Hawkins
Reddy Cochrane
Hawkins
Some Early Residents of Hokianga
updated - 30 May 2013
Contact:
Hokianga Historical Society

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