Laishley, Richard, 1844-1907

Auckland solicitor and son of Rev Richard Laishley (1816-1897). He was involved in taking down Te Kooti's depositions in 1889. Member of Auckland Board of Education. (see NZ National Bibliography, Part 1 p 568).

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Date: 1883 - 1887 By: Laishley, Richard, 1816-1897; Laishley, Richard, 1844-1907; Ryan, Thomas, 1864-1927 Ref: A-114-004 Description: Recto: Head and shoulders profile portrait of a bearded, bare-headed man, with a smaller portrait, also in profile of Te Kooti wearing a wide-brimmed hat. V...
Date: 1887-1908 Ref: MS-Papers-0103-04 Description: Quantity: 1 folder(s). Finding Aids: See inventory for piece-level description of contents.
[Ryan, Thomas Aldworth] 1864-1927 :Te Kooti or Turuki addressing Rotorua natives at Tama te Kopua in 1887. [i.e. December 1883?]
Date: 1887 - 1883 By: Laishley, Richard, 1844-1907; Laishley, Richard, 1816-1897; Ryan, Thomas, 1864-1927 Ref: A-114-004-1 Description: Recto: Head & shoulders profile portrait of Te Kooti and smaller portrait below, also of Te Kooti, wearing a European wide-brimmed hat, turned up at the fron...
Date: 1879 Ref: 1/2-096149-G Description: Standing (l to r); Capt G B Beere, Rev W Calder, J McLernon, Richard Laishley, John Knox, Booth (?), Lewis O'Neil. Sitting (l to r); Dr John Carey, Kennedy ...