The Cyclopedia of New Zealand [Taranaki, Hawke's Bay & Wellington Provincial Districts]
Mr. Alfred Henry Price
Mr. Alfred Henry Price, sometime of “Tangarewa,” Ashley-Clinton, was born in London, England, on the 6th of March, 1836, and was a son of a barrister. He came to New Zealand on account of ill-health in the early “fifties,” and was subsequently for a considerable time on Mr. Henry St. Hill's stations. At twenty-nine years of age he became proprietor of “Mototara,” near Waipukurau, and, later on, in conjunction with Mr. Ashton St. Hill, acquired a large station on the coast, of which he was manager for about nine years. In the year 1891 he took up “Tangarewa,” to the improvement of which he devoted the remaining years of his life. Mr. Price was a member of the Ashley-Clinton Road Board and other public bodies. He left a widow, six sons, and five daughters.
The Late Mr. A. H. Price.