Hemingway, Edward Frederick Henry (Ned)

Son of Captain E.F. Hemingway, Ned was born in France in 1873 and educated in England. He came out to New Zealand in 1892 and taught at Matau School 1897 - 1898 before moving to Stratford as Town Clerk 1902-1911. From 1911 to 1942 he edited the Patea and Waverley Press. From 1938-1941 he was Mayor of Patea .
A member of the Wanganui Education Board 1916-1947 he was chairman from 1933-1947.
Ned married Eva Dixon of Stratford in 1901and had two daughters. He died on the 8 February 1947 aged 74 years.
Correspondence and documents belonging to E.F.H.(Ned) Hemingway.
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  Folder 1

Correspondence 1892 - 1917

  Folder 2

Correspondence 1938 - 1948

  Folder 3

Two Freemasons certifcates awarded to Edward F.H. Hemingway to the Patea Kilvinning Lodge. 1911 and 1913

Conditions of sale poster. 'The Elms', West Worthing, Sussex. 1893

Monthly nominal descriptive roll of wounded. (2 copies) for the 4 May 1863 incident at Waimouku and the Wairau Streams, where nine members of the 75th Regiment were killed in ambush.

  Folder 4

Envelopes (5) and single 2d stamp with covering note stating that they are written by W F Massey

Typescript. 'Men I have met. E F Hemingway of Patea'

Typescript. 'My most interesting Experience' recollections of E F H Hemingway plus biographical notes on Hemingway written on Education Office , Wanganui paper.

School reports (7) of E F H Hemingway, Sutton Valence Grammar School, 1889 - 1891

Testimonial. For EFH Heminway from G.L. Bennett, headmaster, Sutton Valence Grammar School.

Confirmation card. EFH Hemingway at East Farleigh Church.

Testimonials for EFH Hemingway. Stratford 24 July 1909

  Folder 5

Letter from Massey to Hemingway 1914

Photocopies of family documents, photographs and notes on Hemingway family

Photograph. Patea Womens Institute. 25th birthday party 1956

Wedding invitation. EFH Hemingway and Eva Dixon. 5 Sept. 1901

Newspaper clippings. Obituaries for EFH Hemingway 1947

Pamphlet. Order of Service Patea School Diamond Jubilee 1938

Typescript (copy) 'A country newspaper office'. Description of the office of the Patea & Waverley Press written by EFH's daughter.

Copy of marriage certificate. EFH and Eva Dixon

Images and information about Beaconsfield. Two storied house at Patea owned by Henimgway.

  Folder 6

Envelope containing a bullet picked up by B. Helverson after the Jamieson Raids.

Family emphemera for the Haarer and Hemingway families. Includes 2 copies of poem placed with knitted articles sent to troops overseas World War Two.

Copy of The story of Turi and his canoe. E F H Hemingway. c1933

Newspaper clipping. Obituary of Hori Teira. Taranaki herald 29 July 1935

First issue of the New Zealand Herald. 13 Nov. 1863

Three copies of Patea & Waverley Press; 30 Sept 1940, 31 Dec 1941 and 13 Feb 1947 contains obituary for EFH Hemingway

  Folder 7

Certificates. (2) Charles Alfred Hemingway. Appointment as Assistant Surgeon in 29th West Riding of Yorkshire Rifle Volunteers. 1864 and as Surgeon 1867

Marriage certificate. EFH hemingway and Eva Dixon. Stratford, 1901

Poster. Sale of freehold property 'The Elms". 1893


Autograph album. Freda Hemingway. 1922

Booklet. 'Teaching in the Back Blocks'. EFH Hemingway 1930

Booklet. 'Report on character training and citizenship. Wanganui Education Board. 1944. Preface by EFH Hemingway

  Part 9

Dixon Bible

  Part 10

Publication. Forty years in New Zealand / James Buller. 1878. 1st ed. Annotated.

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