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From: "Jack Phillips" <>
Subject: Re: [nz] the sawyer debate
Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2011 18:22:08 +1200
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Thanks for that Christine, My interests are either Inglewood or Ngaere in that time frame. But have saved what you have mentioned for further research.

Ta. Jack


----- Original Message -----
From: Christine Tregonning
To: 'Jack Phillips' ;
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2011 6:08 PM
Subject: RE: [nz] the sawyer debate


Hi Jack,



I don't know whether the Sawmill had an actual name. The family name was SMALL. What I know is that they lived near Brightwater in Nelson. Around 1875 they moved north to Halcombe and sometime after 1882 moved to Midhurst where they had their Sawmill. I would have to go back and check my notes but I believe that my Great Grandfather continued to run the sawmill after his father's death until about 1912. At one stage I believe that the business was run under the name of SMALL & SCHERER.



Regards,



Christine





From: Jack Phillips [mailto:]
Sent: Friday, 22 July 2011 5:41 p.m.
To: Christine Tregonning; 'gemwood';
Subject: Re: [nz] the sawyer debate



Hi Christine,



What was the name of the sawmill family c1860 and where?



Jack ex Taranaki





----- Original Message -----

From: Christine Tregonning

To: 'gemwood' ;

Sent: Friday, July 22, 2011 5:33 PM

Subject: Re: [nz] the sawyer debate



Hi,

Just to jump in on the debate. My Great, Great Grandfather was a Sawyer.
His family settled in Nelson when he was fifteen and the family later moved
to Taranaki where they owned their own sawmill. On his intention to marry
in 1860 his occupation is listed as Sawyer however he is recorded as being a
farmer on the actual church marriage certificate.

Regards,

Christine





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