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June 23, 2015
Charles HAWES joined another family site: rowley Web Site
June 20, 2015
Charles HAWES joined another family site: Witney Web Site
June 14, 2015
Lara Sedcole published a new version of the Sedcole family tree from the Family Tree Builder
June 12, 2015
Charles HAWES joined another family site: WINTER Web Site
June 08, 2015
Charles HAWES joined another family site: Waldon - Delacourt Family Web Site
May 29, 2015
Lara Sedcole updated the details of Margaret Shirley Anderson (born Grinlinton) in family tree Sedcole
May 18, 2015
Lara Sedcole updated the details of Elisabeth (Bessie) Sedcole (born Chatfield) , Emma Alice Chamberlain (born Jacobs) , Emma Joan Annabell (born Prouse) , Walter Stanley Neville Burfield-Mills and 24 other people in family tree Sedcole
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Media:Pahiatua's Sedcole Flagstaff
Posted by: Lara Sedcole on July 10 2010 04:51

Bush Telegraph Tuesday, May 9, 1995

Pahiatua's Flagstaff, situated in Square 4 of Main Street, is strictly known as the Sedcole Flagstaff, and is listed under Category 2 with the Historic Places Trust.

The Flagstaff was designed and erected by Mr H Sedcole in 1900, and he presented it to the town. He had a mill by the old Masonic Hotel and milled the timber for the Flagstaff himself.

The first flag, a Union Jack, was made by his daughter, Mrs Annie Bentley.

In 1972 the pole was thought to be unsound and as it would cost $820 to repair, it was suggested that it be replaced by a fountain. However the Borough Council of that time decided that with the expenditure of $200, it would last 15 or 20 years and now it seems it will last into next century.

As a Lion's Project, a shelter was built at the base of the Flagstaff, with tables and seating. A low concrete wall surrounds a paved walkway.

Each Anzac Day, the flag s hoisted up the old F...

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