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Surveyor Frederic Carrington, who was contracted by the Plymouth Company to lay out New Plymouth’s streets, only borrowed the names of two English towns on his plans. Holsworthy Road was
  This 1890s two storey villa is located at 25 Maranui Street, Welbourn. The land was originally owned by the well known businessman Newton King, with the ownership transferred to
                                        This building was erected in 1907 as a warehouse for the wholesale company Macky, Logan, Caldwell and Co. The company was one of the largest wholesalers in the
Courtenay Street was named after William Reginald Courtenay (1807-1888), one of the trustees of the Plymouth Company. His father, the tenth Earl of Devon, was governor of the company and
On 11 February, 1897 the foundation stone for this Anglican church in Okato was laid by Archdeacon Govett of New Plymouth. The church was designed by noted New Plymouth architect Frank Messenger. It