Mrs Brown (nee Sutton)

Transcript of the Oral History Interview with Mrs Brown

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Abstract

Mrs Brown (nee Sutton) was the Granddaughter of William Stanley Sutton. The Sutton Family owned numerous houses and a considerable area of land in central Richmond, from Queen Street through to William Street.(Tasman, New Zealand) William Street is named for William Sutton

Points of Interest

  1. The Sutton Family  (William Stanley Sutton)
  2. Homemade treatments for pneumonia
  3. Food and family meals
  4. Hobbies and children's games
  5. Band of Hope - Temperance meetings
  6. Richmond Primary School
  7. Christmas treats
  8. Home births

Interview Information

  • Date of Interview:           March and June 1984
  • Interviewer:                    D. J. Runnacles
  • Length of Transcript:     25 Pages
  • Notes:                            Mrs Brown's first name is not recorded

Copyright Statement

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