Whanganui has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Family Tree Circles Journals' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Whanganui had the highest popularity figure in March last year.
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[...] North, aged 29 * On 28 Feb 1915 his daughter Hilda (Mrs John Dalrymple Oliphant) died in Wanganui giving birth, she was 29. She had only been married 2 years and left 2 sons (her son later died [...]
[...] of the East Cape area. With an Interisland crossing booked for 27 September we went west to Whanganui before heading down to Wellington. Picture number 1 is indeed at Whanganui, this stainless [...]
[...] [earthquake] I’ve ever felt,” Tamara Hunt said. She was with her husband at their home in Whanganui when the earthquake struck. “It started off so small, like the cat moving in the bed, but then [...]
[...] , if you peek down the valley, you can see a cluster of distant islands: Waimate, Motutapere, Whanganui, Rangipukea and Motuoruhi. As the road drops back away from the peak of the hill towards the [...]
[...] , Canada Muelheim an der Ruhr, Germany New Taipei City, Taiwan Surrey, British Columbia, Canada Whanganui, New Zealand Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Hsinchu City, New Taipei City, Surrey and Winnipeg are [...]
[...] the adjacent church hall next door. Inside the church Re-boarding the bus, we then drove on to Wanganui, passing a caravan on the road and we noticed something white fluttering in the wind as we [...]
[...] Jenkins it flew from Paraparaumu to Auckland, Nelson, Christchurch, Blenheim and for a time Wanganui. More on Associated Airlines can be found here http://3rdlevelnz.blogspot.co.nz/2010/05/ [...]
[...] Franz Vaughan Siedeberg 7 Dunedin 1893/94 Joseph Edwards 8 Wellington 1894/95 William MacKay 9 Wanganui 1895/96 William Meldrum 10 Christchurch 1896/97 Richard James Barnes 11 Auckland 1897/98 Richard [...]