St Augustines Church (Anglican)

Waitangi-Big Bush Rd, Te One, CHATHAM ISLAND

Private

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This historic place was registered under the Historic Places Act 1980. The following text is from the original Proposal for Classification report considered by the NZHPT Board at the time of registration. Built 1885. Social/Historical Significance: The church was built at the initiation of some of the islands best known 19th century families, especially the Chadleigh and Raynor families, who were major station owners. Chadleigh was the islands first JP, and he raised money for the church in England. The interior has fine kauri panelling and lining. Townscape Significance: Forms a focal point for Te One.

St Augustines Church (Anglican) | Vivienne Morrell | 02/09/2012 | NZ Historic Places Trust
St Augustines Church (Anglican) | Vivienne Morrell | 02/09/2012 | NZ Historic Places Trust

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Overview

Detailed List Entry

Status

Listed

List Entry Status

Historic Place Category 2

Access

Private/No Public Access

List Number

5389

Date Entered

8th August 1991

Date of Effect

8th August 1991

City/District Council

Chatham Islands Territory

Region

Chatham Islands

Legal description

Kekerione Pt 1R - 1ETe One Township

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