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SADDLERS, BLACKSMITHS, WHIPMAKERS, - Wellington, New Zealand 1866

Journal by ngairedith

Before the introduction of cars into New Zealand (1898) and even for many years after, horses were extensively used by men, women and children.
Saddles, bridles, whips and spurs were necessary purchases
(it could be said that bootmakers could be in this category)

Some of the men who worked with leather etc and with horses in general in Wellinton in 1866 to produce such goods were:

Armstrong P. J. - Saddler - Lambton Quay
Bampton W - Saddler - Molesworth St
Banks W - Coachman - Ghuznee St
Black W - Coachmaker - Ingestre St
Bowater - Blacksmith - Dixon St
Brown J - Currier - Town Belt
Buck H - Blacksmith - Molesworth St
Clark R - Blacksmith - Tinakori Rd
Cockroft A. - Tanner - Brougham St
Death G - Coach & Horses - Manners St
Evans J - Saddler - Willis St
Howe A - Fellmonger - Howe's Lane
Howe W - Fellmonger - Howe's Lane
Inkersell C - Tanner - Britomart St
Kershaw J - Leather Merchants - Lambton Quay
Krull & Co - Leather Merchants - Custom House Quay
Levy L - Leather Merchant - Lambton Quay
Mears J - Saddler - Willis St
Parsons - Whipmaker - Tinakori Rd
Redding G. H. - Blacksmith - Tinakori Rd
Rochfort - Blacksmith - Thorndon Quay
Scutliffe R - Blacksmith - Willis St
Smith J - Blacksmith - Manners St
Smith J - Tanner - Ghuznee St
Waters - J Wheelwright - Tory St

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on 2009-08-01 08:19:47

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