Written in a conversational style, H W Insull relates the story of Reverand Henry Handley Brown's theological training in England, the leasing of land 'Brookwood' at Omata, the Battle at Waireka and how Brown's house was awarded 'sanctory' status by Maori, Brown's role in the wreck of the Lord Worsley.
Maker
Insull, Herbert W.
Primary Maker
H.W. Insull
Department
Archives
Production Date
1860-1861
1860-1869

Archive Contents

  Part 1

Research notes. Compiled by Insull they relate the story of Reverand Henry Handley Brown's theological training in England, the leasing of land 'Brookwood' at Omata, the Battle at Waireka and how Brown's house was awarded 'sanctory' status by Maori, Brown's role in the wreck of the Lord Worsley. (5p)

Accession No
ARC2001-72

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