In the 1870s about 1,000 families settled in the Feilding area of Manawatū. Colonel H. W. A. Feilding had negotiated a purchase of land on behalf of the Emigrant and Colonists’ Aid Corporation, which was set up to assist people out of work. The town of Feilding is named in his honour.
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