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A Life of J. C. Beaglehole: New Zealand Scholar

1 Forebears

1 Forebears

1 Register of baptisms in Breage, 12 September 1805. Cornwall Record Office. William's occupation is given on the register of John's first marriage.

2 John Rowe, Cornwall in the Age of the Industrial Revolution (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1953), pp.158–9

3 ibid., p.162

4 St Austell marriage register, 1826. Cornwall Record Office

5 This paragraph draws on Rowe, Cornwall in the Age of the Industrial Revolution, pp.151–6

6 Eric Richards, ed., The Flinders History of South Australia Social History (Netley: Wakefield Press, 1986), p.126

7 ibid., p.117

8 Claude Berry, Cornwall (London: Robert Hale, 1949), pp.146–7

9 Absalom to Joe Beaglehole, 10 March 1907. J.S. Beaglehole Papers. MS-Papers-2068-10. ATL

10 ibid.

11 The following three paragraphs owe a great deal to Margaret H. Alington, Unquiet Earth: A History of the Bolton Street Cemetery (Wellington: Wellington City Council and Ministry of Works and Development, 1978), pp.233–52

12 This is taken from an autobiographical fragment which Ernest wrote in his old age.

13 Alington, Unquiet Earth, p.244

14 For this account of the Society I have drawn on J.C. Dakin, 'Mutual Improvement Societies: The Way They Worked', in New Zealand Journal of Adult Learning, vol.19, nos.1, 2 (May/October 1987), and the records of the society. MS-Papers-1185. ATL

15 Leader, vol.5, no.186 (19 April 1889)

16 Citizen, vol.1, no.1 (September 1895), p.1

17 ibid., p.2

18 Charles Stubbs to DEB, 8 December 1894

19 New Zealand Methodist, 20 February 1892

20 Citizen, vol.1, no.8 (1896)

21 Typescript copy of a diary kept by Joseph Butler on the Ionic

22 Amy Ward to JCB, undated (c.1961)