George Rhodes of the Levels and his brothers

early settlers of New Zealand : particularly the story of the founding of the Levels, the first sheep station in South Canterbury by Airini Elizabeth Woodhouse

Publisher: Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd in Auckland(N.Z.), London

Written in English
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Statementby A.E. Woodhouse.
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Paginationxv,227p. :
Number of Pages227
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G. Rhodes arrived there in the s, worked land in the Hawkes Bay and Canterbury. For his full story, see A.E. Woodhouse's "George Rhodes of the Levels and his brothers - Early settlers of New Zealand: particularly the story of the founding of the Levels, the first sheep station in South Canterbury". The Rhodes brothers. Rhodes was the oldest of 14 children. Three brothers followed him to New Zealand; Robert Heaton (–), George (–) and Joseph (–). References. George Rhodes of the Levels and his brothers by A.E. Woodhouse (, Whitcombe & Tombs, Auckland) External links.   George "Dusty" Rhodes, MSgt (retired) USAF Octo to December 3, George "Dusty" Rhodes, born Octo in Chipley, Florida, died December 3, at a local hospital. He was the son of James Andrew and Mannio Mayday Morris Rhodes. He graduated from Chipley High School and began a 20 year career in service to his country in the Army and then later . Early life. Rhodes was the son of George Rhodes. He was born on his father's station, The Levels, near Timaru. He received his education at Christ's College, Christchurch, where he captained the cricket and the football teams. He then attended Jesus College, graduated with a BA and L.L.B. from the English college in He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in and in.

George was preceded in death by his father the late John Edwards Sr., his brother the late Johnny Perry Rhodes, and his nephew the late Fritz Rhodes all of Durham NC. Home going service will be at Holloway Memorial Funeral Home, NC Durham, NC., on Saturday, J , at pm, visitation at pm. Biography. George was born on Ap , in Washington County, Kentucky. He was the son of James Rhodes and Mary Willcocks.. George was married twice. His first wife, who he wed on Janu , in Daviess County, Kentucky, was Lucy Jane . The best result we found for your search is George M Rhode age 50s in Zimmerman, MN. They have also lived in Henriette, MN and Princeton, MN. George is related to Madison Rhode and Melanie M Rhode as well as 1 additional person. Select this result to view George M Rhode's phone number, address, and more.

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InGeorge Rhodes arrived from England to take over his brother’s operations in Port Cooper as William had settled in Wellington and was making quite a name for himself. George purchased ‘Purau’ from the Greenwood brothers and this became the main hub of the Rhodes.

George Rhodes was a New Zealand pastoralist. He was born in Epworth, Lincolnshire, England in William Barnard Rhodes, his eldest brother, was the first from his family to settle in New Zealand in George Rhodes' third son Arthur Rhodes went on to be a member of parliament and mayor of Christchurch.

The biography of her other grandfather, George Rhodes of the Levels and his brothers (), was highly praised and led to an invitation to edit Tales of pioneer women for the women's institutes of New Zealand. Airini managed Blue Cliffs during the Second World. The Rhodes brothers were four of the 14 children of William Rhodes (–), a tenant farmer of Epworth, Lincoln; Plains House, the Levels, Yorkshire; and of Balby, near Doncaster, who came to New Zealand in the days before organised settlement and played an active part in the early political, business, and pastoral life of this country.

George Rhodes and his brothers profited from the growth of Timaru by selling their sections of land in the town centre. They also contributed to community life: St Mary's Church (Anglican) at Timaru was built between and on land given by them, and George was one of the first wardens.

George Rhodes of the Levels and his Brothers. Woodhouse, A E, George Rhodes of the Levels and his Brothers, Other Information. Please note that entry on the New Zealand Heritage List/Rarangi Korero identifies only the heritage values of the property concerned, and should not be construed as advice on the state of the property, or as a.

George Rhodes of the Levels and his Brothers () The History of the Parish of Otaio and Blue Cliffs (with J. Hay, ) Bidwill of Pihautea: the life of Charles Robert Bidwill () References This article about a New Zealand writer or poet is a stub.

You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Date: [ca ] By: Ryle-Hodges, Eddie, ; Sartoni, Giulia, active Ref: PAColl Description: Photographs and transparencies of The Levels, the Rhodes family home in Epworth, Lincolnshire; two photographs of a portrait of Mary Ann Rhodes by Giulia Sar.

George farmed at the ‘Levels’ until his untimely death from a chill in His death spelt the end of the Rhodes brothers being in business together. The ‘Levels’ and Purau were sold with Robert moving his family to the estate of Elmwood in Christchurch, now the suburb of Elmwood.

The Levels Station, named after his Yorkshire home, was first settled by George Rhodes and his brothers in George took his new wife, Elizabeth, whom he’d married at Lyttelton, to her new home in It took them eight days to ride from Banks Peninsula to The Levels, a journey you can do these days between breakfast and morning smoko.

The first known letter addressed to Timaru was a letter sent in July by William Rhodes to his brother George – who set up the Levels sheep station in The letter was delivered to George at Plains House, on Beach Road which no longer exists but was located by the Landing Service building.

On arriving in Canterbury Rhodes took up his residence at the main station at Rhodes Bay, Purau, on Lyttleton Harbour which had been purchased from the Greenwood brothers in Three of the brothers William, Robert and George [died ], were thus established in New Zealand before the first four ships arrived in Lyttelton, on the South Island.

In George Rhodes and his brothers William and Robert established the Levels, South Canterbury’s first pastoral run. George and his wife Elizabeth (seen here) built and lived in this two-roomed, 9- by 3-metre cottage. It had slab walls, a thatched roof, and a clay floor.

George Hermann Rhodes, 58, of Wellington, died Wednesday, Januin Amman, on January 2, in Berlin, Germany, he was the son of the late Robert and Siglinda Rhodes. George Rhodes of the Levels and his brothers by A.E. Woodhouse (, Whitcombe & Tombs, Auckland) External links. The Rhodes Brothers from the Encyclopaedia of New Zealand; This article about a New Zealand politician is a stub.

You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. William Barnard Rhodes (. – 11 February ), casually referred to as Barney Rhodes, was a New Zealand landowner, pastoralist, businessman and politician. He was probably born in Lincolnshire, England, but took up a career at sea at an early he settled in Wellington New Zealand and remained there for the rest of his life.

He brought three of his younger brothers to New. George H. Rhodes was an innovator in his own life, always "taking the bull by the horns" so to speak. He did things his own way. I respect that, for it takes a big man to do what he wants, despite.

Rhodes and his brothers were great land owners not only in the North Island but also in Canterbury. George Rhodes founded South Canterbury’s first sheep station, the ‘Levels’ – his first homestead now the oldest building in the area, dating back to George R. Rhodes, son of George and Irene Marian (Raeder) Rhodes, was born on Jin Scranton, Pa.

He served in World War II from to George was united in marriage to Helen. Lynn Rhodes, Sr. passed away on November 3, at the age of 72 in Gloucester, Virginia. Funeral Home Services for Lynn are being provided by Andrews Funeral Home - Gloucester.

The obituary was.Date: From: Wellington, A. R. Carley, 16, 74 p. By: Carley, Adrienne Ray, b. Description: Year of first arrival in New Zealand: "Some further alterations were made to the family tree at the time of the family reunion held near Timaru, Rhodes, author of Ghost Boys and Towers Falling, tackles prejudice and racism in Black Brother, Black Brother, in a way that’s both relevant and accessible.

Donte Ellison is the protagonist, a boy who is unfairly targeted by both classmates and staff at his private school because he’s Black/5().