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 Welcome to the Sedcole family website

My name is Lara Sedcole and I started this site.
This site was created using MyHeritage.com. This is a great system that allows anyone like you and me to create a private site for their family, build their family tree and share family photos. If you have any comments or feedback about this site, please click here to contact me.
Our family tree is posted online on this site! There are 506 names in our family site. The earliest event is the birth of Thomas Sedcole (1735). The most recent event is the birth of <Private> (Oct 26 2013).
The site was last updated on Apr 5 2014, and it currently has 32 registered member(s). If you wish to become a member too, please click here.   Enjoy!

Enjoy looking around - Click the family tree tab then search for your name.

I FIND THAT CLASSIC VIEW IS THE BEST EXPERIENCE

I've only just started so please let me know if you have any more info, details, photos that I can add.

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Apr 05, 2014
Charles HAWES joined another family site: Husher Web Site
Mar 18, 2014
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Jan 18, 2014
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Jan 15, 2014
Lara Sedcole published a new version of the Sedcole family tree from the Family Tree Builder
Lara Sedcole updated the details of <Private> Sedcole and <Private> Sedcole in family tree Sedcole
Jan 04, 2014
Lynn Trass joined another family site: Colquhoun Web Site
Charles HAWES joined another family site: Leach Web Site
Jan 03, 2014
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Dec 04, 2013
Murray Peters commented on event 30th birthday of Kylie Andersen:
 Dear Kylie

Thinking of you on your special day , many happy returns of the day, hope you have a lovely day, I couldn't believe it when I read that you were 30, makes me feel really old.

Love Dianne and Murray 
Dec 02, 2013
Charles HAWES joined another family site: WILLIAMS Web Site
Dec 01, 2013
Lara Sedcole invited Christine Dailey to the site.
Lara Sedcole published a new version of the Sedcole family tree from the Family Tree Builder
Nov 30, 2013
Charles HAWES joined another family site: Roberts Web Site
Nov 16, 2013
Charles HAWES joined another family site: bolton Web Site
Nov 13, 2013
Charles HAWES joined another family site: Robinson/Oates Web Site
Nov 10, 2013
Charles HAWES joined another family site: gordon Web Site
Nov 01, 2013
Lara Sedcole published a new version of the Sedcole family tree from the Family Tree Builder
Oct 27, 2013
Lara Sedcole added <Private> , <Private> Buttimore and <Private> to family tree: Sedcole
Lara Sedcole added the photo Luca 2012.5.03.jpeg to album Family photos
 
Lara Sedcole updated the details of <Private> , <Private> Buttimore , <Private> , <Private> Jones (born Sedcole) and 1 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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