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Pace, Alessandra, 1963-

Born in Italy. Independent art curator and writer. Based in Berlin from 1997. Studied art history at the Centre National d'Art Contemporarin de Grenoble and University of London.

McCormick, Frances, active 1880s-1901

Resident of Tararu in the Thames area ca 1900.

Brown, Emma, active 1920s

Possibly Margaret Emma Brown (d 1941), eldest daughter of James Brown (1827?-1904), of 'The Knoll', Wellington.

Teretiu, Mare, active 1890s

Sold land to Thomas Brown from the Pure Block, near Thames, ca late 1890s.

McKinnon, Don, active 1920s

Sheep farmer near Napier. Home address 38 Cameron St [i.e. Cameron Road], Napier. Listed in Wise's Post Office Directory in 1927. Client of photographer Robert Percy Moore

Puna, Hera, active 1890s

Sold land to Thomas Brown from the Pure Block near Thames, ca late 1890s.

Betts, Reginald Charles, -1953

Son of Reuben and Flo. Sister of Val. Served in J-Force with 27th Battalion. Died of TB in 1953 aged 30 years old.

Cutts, Simon, 1944-

British artist, poet, and publisher. Born in West Sussex. Well known for his own artist books. Co-editor of 'Tarasque' magazine and press (1966-1970). Established Coracle Press in 1975, expanding to run a gallery (circa 1986), and 'workfortheeye' bookshop (1993-1997). Lives in South Tipperary Ireland. Has collaborated with New Zealand artist Bill Culbert (see profiles at www.printedmatter.org and www.tate.org.uk/aboutprojects/artist/simoncutts retrieved 6 Jan 2015)

Tomoana, Akenihi Patoka, -1908

A chieftainess of Ngai Te Rangiita, Ngati Turahi, Ngati Kahungunu, Ngai Te Whatuiapiti and Ngati Tuwharetoa descent. She married the chief Henare Tomoana in 1852. She was a political secretary, land advocate and women's suffrage advocate. They had one surviving child Paraire Henare Tomoana, who was a sportsman, composer and newspaper publisher.