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Post  TonyK Mon 13 Mar - 15:01

"At the back of the National Gallery is Hill Lane, whose houses were built and owned by the Hill family whose bricks form parts of many a building in the locality. The Hill brick works were in Rolleston Street and presided over by Mr. Herbert Hill, potter and brick manufacturer, who had arrived on the "Alma" from his birthplace, Southampton, in 1857." from http://www.wcl.govt.nz/wellington/streetspart2chap15.htm

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