Mentioned in the Will of Amelia Dennett. "Title Years In the matter of The Settled Land Act 1908 and the Will of Amelia Dennett. Associated names. Charles Stuart, Franklin Skevington Shepherd, Mary Elizabeth Harvey, Charles Bailey, Charles William Harvey, Flora Mason Dennett Bailey, Lillian Harvey, Elsie Mary Harvey, Ernest Morley Harvey, George Marriott Harvey, Anna Rebecca Thomson, Mary Burdett Thomson, John Harvey, Thomas Scott, George Shepherd, Francis Charles Shepherd, Amelia Elizabeth Thomson, Margaret Stains, George Stains and Robert Martin Watt. (R23402748) 1910 - 1910"
Auckland Star, Volume LXVI, Issue 24, 29 January 1935
WIDE HATS FOR THE SUN. AT ELLERSLIE TO-DAY. Despite the heat of the sun, many women at Ellerslie to-day compromised by wearing suits. The younger girls looked attractive, but their elders looked doubly so. Large flower trimmed hats proved most becoming, and are certainly more sensible than the small beret. Stripes were seen in many guises, and some lovely materials were patterned or flowered on a background of white or black. The accessories of bag, shoes and gloves were nearly all the one colour, white, but here and there on the lawn one caught sight of a blue or red shoe to match the tonings of a gown. Among those seen on the lawn were: Lady Sinclair Lockhart, black crepe with coffee lace, black hat; Miss Craddock, mustard pebble crepe, Bangkok hat; .... Mrs. P. V. Craddock, blue frock, black coat and black hat; ....
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