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Sir George Grey
14 April 181219 September 1898
(Person)

Also known as: He Mea Kohikohi Mai; Kawana Kerei.

Soldier, explorer, colonial governor, premier, scholar.

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Captain Grey, Governor of South Australia. — From a war model by Mr. Walker(?) in the Art Gallery, South Australia Fig. 46.—Uhi, or chisels in the British Museum (actual size). Presented by Sir George Grey, K. C. B., &c Fig. 98.—Plaster cast of a Rotorua native, 1854. — (Presented to the British Museum by Sir George Grey. Pattern only partly chiseled.) — This is a cast from the living face of Tapue Te Whanoa, a leading chief of Ngati Whakaue, Arawa tribe, Rotorua. It was done for Sir George Grey when at Rotorua in 1854. Sir George however had left N.Z. for England, 31.12.1853, did not return until 1861. 1853 is perhaps the correct year Photo by Wrigglesworth and Binns. — Sir George Grey In 1892 Sir G. Grey Sir George Gray, K.C.B Sir George Grey Sir George Grey Sir George Grey SIR GEORGE GREY Sir George Grey, 1854 Sir George Grey, K.C.B Sir George Grey (1812-1898), ca 1880s. ap neg. a13113 Sir George Grey — (From a photograph about 1860) Sir George Grey — (Period about 1860) Sir George Grey in1861 — From a Photograph in possession of Mr. S. W. Mamergh, Capetown Sir George Grey In 1877 The Rev. B.Y. Ahwell's Mision Station, Kaitothehe, Waikato River — The site of this pre-war mission station was on the left bank of the Waikato, opposite Taupiri. this picture is a sketch made shortly before the war in 1863, by Lieut. (afterwards Colone) H. S. Bates of the 65th regiment, who was an A.D.C. to Sir George Grey and Staff Interpreter to General Cameron. Governor Grey's camp, on one of his Waikato Expeditions, is shown on the river bank (see Note in Appendices, p. 103.) Vincent Brooks, Day & Son Lith. — Sir George Grey K.C.B. — Sampson Low & Co. London

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