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by. Wilson, James Glenny, Sir, 1849-1929. Maori (New Zealand people) - History, Land tenure - New Zealand, Rangitikei River Region (.

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James Glenny Wilson was born in Hawick in Scotland in 1849, scion of an. .Early Rangitikei, Wilson, J. G. (1914). Life and Times of Sir James Wilson of Bulls, Wild, L. J. (1954).

James Glenny Wilson was born in Hawick in Scotland in 1849, scion of an old-established family of woollen manufacturers. His father, George Wilson, was the youngest of the 15 children of William Wilson, many of whom achieved more than local fame. In his early years he was active in field sports, played cricket in 1881 for a Wanganui XXII that defeated the first Australian cricket team to visit New Zealand, and next year played for a Wellington XXII against A. Shaw's English team of professionals.

Rangitīkei (before 2008 styled as Rangitikei without a macron) is a New Zealand parliamentary electorate, returning one Member of Parliament to the New Zealand House of Representatives. The current MP for Rangitīkei is Ian McKelvie of the National Party. He has held this position since 2011. The electorate has existed continuously since the 1861 general election.

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James Glenny Wilson was born at Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland, probably on 29 November 1849. James Glenny Wilson died at Bulls on 4 May 1929. His father, George Wilson, was a woollen manufacturer, and his mother, Jane Law, the daughter of a minister in the Church of Scotland. He also published a local chronicle, Early Rangitikei, in 1914, and in 1919 joined the New Zealand Institute and became president of its agricultural section. Little wonder that he became known in later life as the village 'squire'. He was buried in the village cemetery under the shade of an old tree, a spot he had selected with some care. His funeral was as well organised as his very full life.

James Glenny Wilson married Ann Adams and had 5 children. He passed away on 04 May 1929 in Bulls, Rangitikei, Manawatu-Wanganui, New Zealand. Relatives of James Glenny Wilson.

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Early Rangitikei download epub
Author: James Glenny Wilson
ISBN: 1116979284
Category: History
Language: English
Publisher: BiblioBazaar (November 18, 2009)
Pages: 288 pages