Places named for colonial politicians seemed to survive in inverse proportion to their namesake’s political success. Gisborne, an important public servant but not an influential colonial politician, is remembered by a city. But the fate of Vogel and Seddon, both major figures, is to be remembered by obscure suburbs or minor country towns.
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