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John Alexander Algie gallery

John Alexander Algie gallery

The New Zealand branch of the Algies.

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John Alexander Algie
John Alexander Algie
digging in the garden with the boys, Arrowtown 
 
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Algie crest in the castle at Thornes Bay, NZ
Algie crest in the castle at Thornes Bay, NZ
Argent, two pallets gules, on a chief of the last, two mullets of the first.
Mantling gules, doubled argent.
Crest — On a wreath of his liveries, a bear sejant proper, muzzled gules, supporting with its fore-paws a club sable.
Motto —
" Gang warily."
 
 
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Colvin Algie
Colvin Algie
age 13 
 
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David Algie
David Algie
 
 
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Donald Colvin Algie
Donald Colvin Algie

photo is taken 1938 - 1939 
 
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Donald Colvin Algie and Alice Algie
Donald Colvin Algie and Alice Algie
 
 
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Ron, Doric, John Alexander Algie, and Colvin
Ron, Doric, John Alexander Algie, and Colvin
 
 
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Ronald MacMillan Algie
Ronald MacMillan Algie
Algie proved to be a skilled Parliamentary debater, and has been described by Hugh Templeton as the best debater of his time. ...Wikipedia 
 
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John Alexander Algie
John Alexander Algie
1941

photo courtesy Elizabeth Bayliss 
 
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James Stewart Algie
James Stewart Algie
 
 
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Colvin Algie
Colvin Algie

"We had an early start this morning. The Turk shrapnel and machine guns started about 4am and bombarded our position for 3 and a half hours." -from his diary, May 1st 1915 
 
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Algie castle, New Zealand
Algie castle, New Zealand
 
 
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Algie family tree, 1st page
Algie family tree, 1st page
 
 
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Colvin Algie bereavement letter
Colvin Algie bereavement letter
 
 
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'at the post office'
"at the post office"
Colvin Stewart Algie birth announcement 
 
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born at the post office
born at the post office
Doric Laird Algie 
 


Linked to Colvin Stewart Algie, Donald Colvin Algie, Doric Laird Algie, John Algie, Capt. John Alexander Algie, Sir Ronald Macmillan Algie, Alice Victoria Elizabeth Corlett, Agnes Macmillan