About: Ann Lovell

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Ann Lovell (c. 1811 – 15 December 1869), her husband James and their children were the first European settlers in Golden Bay at Motupipi, east of Tākaka, New Zealand. Lovell was described in her biography as a homemaker, gold courier and shopkeeper. She was born about 1803/4.

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  • Ann Lovell (c. 1811 – 15 December 1869), her husband James and their children were the first European settlers in Golden Bay at Motupipi, east of Tākaka, New Zealand. Lovell was described in her biography as a homemaker, gold courier and shopkeeper. She was born about 1803/4. (en)
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  • Ann Lovell (c. 1811 – 15 December 1869), her husband James and their children were the first European settlers in Golden Bay at Motupipi, east of Tākaka, New Zealand. Lovell was described in her biography as a homemaker, gold courier and shopkeeper. She was born about 1803/4. (en)
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