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Notable New Zealanders

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    Pte. Winiata Rewi Tapihana (1892 - 1974)
    Maketu war hero immortalised by Scott Yeoman. "Te Arawa took those trenches," wrote Private Winiata Tapihana from his hospital bed in 1915. The 23-year-old from Maketū was describing the outcome of a d...
  • Rev. Rota Waitoa (b. - 1866)
    Rota Waitoa (? – 22 July 1866) was a New Zealand Anglican clergyman, of Māori descent. Waitoa identified with the Ngati Raukawa iwi. He was born in Waitoa, Waikato, New Zealand.[1] Waitoa's ordination ...
  • https://www.teawamutu.nz/community/people/lloyd-mandeno/
    Lloyd Mandeno, OBE (1888 - 1973)
    Lloyd Mandeno was born on 3 October 1888 at Rangiaowhia, near Te Awamutu, the son of farmer William Henry Mandeno and his wife, Mary Graham Snodgrass. After boarding at St John’s Collegiate School, Auc...
  • British Medical Journal (18 May 1974)
    Sir George Douglas Robb, CMG (1899 - 1974)
    Sir George Douglas Robb b.29 April 1899 d.28 April 1974 CMG(1956) Kt(1960) BSc MB ChB Otago(1922) MRCS LRCP(1925) MDOtago(1929) FRACS(1930) ChM(1938) FRS NZ(1961) FRCP(1966) Hon FACS(1959) Hon LLD Belf...
  • Robert Thompson Batley (1849 - 1917)
    Robert Thompson Batley (15 November 1849 – 14 July 1917) was a New Zealand seaman, farm worker, storekeeper and sheepfarmer . He was born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England on 15 November 1849.[1]

Kia Ora! Welcome. This project is to document the genealogies for notable people who were born in or lived in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Prime Ministers

List of New Zealand Prime Ministers

  1. Henry Sewell (1856-1856)
  2. Sir William Fox (1856-1856)
  3. Sir Edward Stafford (1856-1861; 1865-1869; 1872-1872)
  4. Alfred Domett (1862-1863)
  5. Frederick Whitaker
  6. Frederick Weld
  7. George Waterhouse
  8. Sir Julius Vogel (1873-1875) (1876-1876)
  9. Daniel Pollen
  10. Harry Atkinson
  11. Sir George Grey (1877-1879)
  12. John Hall
  13. Robert Stout
  14. John Ballance
  15. Richard John Seddon (1893-1906)
  16. William Hall-Jones
  17. Joseph Ward
  18. Thomas Mackenzie
  19. William Massey
  20. Francis Bell
  21. Gordon Coates
  22. George Forbes
  23. Michael Joseph Savage (1935-1940)
  24. Peter Fraser
  25. Sidney Holland
  26. Keith Holyoake (1957-1957; 1960-1972)
  27. Water Nash
  28. Jack Marshall
  29. Norman Kirk (1972-1974)
  30. Bill Rowling (1974-1975)
  31. Robert Muldoon (1975-1984)
  32. David Lange (1984-1989)
  33. Sir Geoffrey Palmer (1989-1990)
  34. Mike Moore (1990)
  35. Jim Bolger (1990-1997)
  36. Jenny Shipley (1997-1999)
  37. Helen Clark (1999-2008)
  38. John Key (2008-2016)
  39. Sir Simon William English, KNZM (2016-2017)
  40. Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand (2017-

Governors

New Zealand Creative Artists

Creative arts include drama or theater, music, film, creative writing, graphic design, photography and visual arts.

Politicians

Media

Religious Leaders

Athletes

Tangata Whenua O Aotearoa - Notable People of Maori Descent

New Zealand Wars

Scientists and Inventors

Explorers

Entertainment

Literature

  • Ivy Amelia Batistich
  • Lyn McConchie, a native of New Zealand, has collaborated with Andre Norton on the Beast Master series.

Feminists

Notorious