Mr. George Turner Seymour
, eldest son of Mr. A. P. Seymour, Picton, was born at “Tyntesfield,” Wairau. He was educated at Nelson College, and also studied for two years at Lincoln College, Canterbury. Mr. Seymour acted as manager of “Tyntesfield” from 1885 till 1893, when he took up his present holding. He is a prominent man
in rowing circle, and rowed stroke for the New Zealand representative crew against the Australian colonies in 1896. Mr. Seymour is also associated with the Marlborough Hunt Club.