|The Journey of the "London" and her passengers
from England to New Zealand in 1842. Thomas & Susannah Chamberlain, together with their four
children sailed aboard the London on this voyage to Port Nicholson. The author is Jenny Robin Jones
a descendant of one of the passengers. The book was published in 2011 by Random House ISBN 978 1
86979 510 8
The Pioneer Story of Robert Wilton and Elizabeth Denman from Montacute,
Somerset, England and continued through their children and grand-children in New Zealand.
Mary Wilton married Arthur Joseph Chamberlain, and this is the story & record of her
This book was compiled by descendant Jo Wilton and published in 2007 by Colin Watson & Colin
ISBN 978 0 473 11318 6
Stories of New Zealand's North Island women of the colonial pioneering
era compiled and recorded for us by author Miriam Macgregor. Two of the women featured in
this book are Susannah Catherine (Bull) Chamberlain and her daughter -in-law (Catherine
McKenzie) Kitty Chamberlain.
This book was published in 1973 by A.H.& A.W. Reed, Wellington, New Zealand.
ISBN 0 589 00771 8
The true story of an Airedale dog who captured the heart of the city of
Wellington during the dark days of depression. Also captured here is Paddy's association with
Blue Taxicab manager, Merlin Chamberlain. The author is Dianne Haworth, a dog-lover and
editor of Animal's Voice, who lives and works in Auckland.
The book was published in 2007 by HarperCollins NZ.
ISBN 978 1 86950 625 4
On the Trail
Parker & Walker
This 2015 self-published family history has been put together by Marjorie Prictor on
the trail of Parker and the Walker families who came to New Zealand in the 1860s. Marjorie is a descendant still
living in the Northland district of Port Albert where each of these families settled.
A family history of the Douglas Family in Australia, compiled in 1981 for a family
reunion by sisters Grace Douglas & Rosalie Vanstan of Bendigo, Victoria.
Downloadable as file-093 from the Supplements Page.