Roberts, John Mackintosh, 1840-1928

Soldier, resident magistrate, administrator. Officer of the N Z Armed Constabulary. See Dictionary of New Zealand Biography (1990, Vol 1, 1769-1869, p368-369)

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Date: 1908 Description: Folder comprises a copy of a letter from Ward to the Prime Minister Joseph G Ward in 1908 regarding soldiers' pensions. Included with this letter is a detail...
Date: 1922-1923 From: Cowan, James, 1870-1943 : Papers Description: A letter written and signed by [Colonel] J M Roberts, describing the bowie knife, its construction, uses and an illustration of the knife, dated 3 August 192...
Date: [1868-1923] From: Cowan, James, 1870-1943 : Papers Description: Three handwritten letters from J M Roberts to Cowan dated 1922 and 1923. Also two typescripts titled 'Taranaki Campaigns' and 'The defeat at Te Ngutu, Colone...
Date: 13-31 Oct 1881 Description: Identifiable recipients entered in name field Quantity: 1 volume(s).
Date: 13-21 Oct 1881 Description: Mainly telegrams. Identifiable correspondents entered in name field Quantity: 1 folder(s).
NZ Armed Constabulary at Parihaka
Date: Nov 1881 Description: Officers of the NZ Armed Constabulary at Parihaka in November 1881. Back, left to right: Captains W E Gudgeon, H Morrison, Gordon, Taylor, Powell, Fortescue,...
Date: Feb 1881 Description: Identifiable correspondents entered in name field Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Date: 1869 From: McDonnell, Thomas, 1832-1899 : Papers Description: Includes: Two letters thanking McDonnell for his services Letter from Ormond to McDonnell re employment Three telegrams of instructions from Ormond to McDonn...
Inward letters - Surnames, Rob - Roc
Date: 1843-1876, n d From: McLean, Donald (Sir), 1820-1877 : Papers Description: Correspondents: John Robertson & Co, Auckland, 1863 (1 letter); J M Roberts, Opepe & Auckland, 1870-1876 & undated (5 letters); C A Robertson, Auckland, 1874...
NZ Armed Constabulary at Parihaka
Date: Nov 1881 Description: Officers of the NZ Armed Constabulary at Parihaka. Back, left to right: Captains W E Gudgeon, H Morrison, Gordon, Taylor, Powell, Fortescue, S Newall and Maj...