Nixon, Marmaduke George, 1814?-1864

Soldier, farmer. Served with British 39th Regiment of Foot; arrived in New Zealand aboard the "Cresswell" and served with local militia forces rising to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. See DNZB (1990, Vol 1, 1769-1869, p319-320)

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Wilson, J A :The fight at Rangiaohia for the recovery of McHale's body. February 21 1864. Colonial Defence Force. McDonnell. Col. Nixon. Wilson, Alexander. Dunn. Forest Rangers. 65th Regiment. Gen. Cameron and staff. [Auckland, Brett, 1887]
Date: 1863 - 1887 - 1864 By: Wilson, John Alexander, 1829-1909; Brett, Henry, 1843-1927 Ref: A-109-050 Description: Battle scene with groups of soldiers from the Forest Rangers and the 65th Regiment, plus General Cameron and staff, with guns firing and horses, several dead...
Date: 1831-1864 By: Nixon, Marmaduke George, 1814?-1864 Ref: MS-Group-0569 Description: Family correspondence; official papers relating to Nixon's army career; newspaper clippings relating to his career and death Diaries describing his voyage to...
Photographer unknown :Portrait of Lieutnant Colonel Marmaduke George Nixon
Date: [ca 1863] Ref: PA2-2728 Description: Lieutenant Colonel Marmaduke George Nixon, circa 1863. Photographer unidentified. Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s).
[Nixon, Marmaduke George (Lieutenant Colonel), 1814?-1864] :[Map showing sections and Native land on Manukau Harbour] [ms map]. [186-]
Date: 1860 - 1863 By: Nixon, Marmaduke George, 1814?-1864 Ref: MapColl-832.12gbbd/[186-]/Acc.427 Description: Cadastral map of Manukau harbour Auckland, depicting Native Land blocks, named settler sections (with acreage between 74 and 303 acres), a reserve (over 74 a...
Messenger, Arthur Herbert, 1877-1962 :Mauku - Church and military camp, 1863. 1922
Date: 1863 - 1922 By: Messenger, Arthur Herbert, 1877-1962; Norbury, G W, active 1863 Ref: A-389-017 Description: Shows a view, after a sketch by G. Norbury in 1863, of a fortified St Bride's Church, Mauku, surrounded by a tent encampment. The camp was the right wing of ...