Biographical research by Anne Hodgson:
Avery, Max Colwill, Arthur Huia Honeyfield, published by John Honeyfield under the auspices of the Tauranga Historical Society Inc., and distributed by the Society as Monograph Number One, 2016
Bentley, Trevor, Pakeha – Maori, Penguin Books, 1999
Caughey, Angela, The Interpreter: The Biography of Richard ‘Dicky’ Barrett, David Bateman, 1998
Corbett, Nola, Morris Family Tree, Tapuae, 1880 – 1993, 1993
Honeyfield, Alison, The Honeyfields of Taranaki, Evagean Publishing Ltd, 2014
Mitchell, Hilary and John, Te Tau Ihu Te Waka A History of Maori of Nelson and Marlborough, Vol 1 Huia in association with Wakatu Trust, 2004.
Mitchell, Hilary and John, Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka A History of Maori of Nelson and Marlborough, Vol 4: Nga Whanau Rangatira o Ngati Tama me Te Atiawa – The Chiefly Families of Ngati Tama and Te Atiawa, Ngati Tama ki Te Waipounamu Trust and Te Atiawa o Te Waka-Maui Trust, 2014
Monin, P, Hauraki Contested 1769 – 1875, Bridget Williams Books, Wellington, New Zealand, 2006
Smith S Percy, History and Traditions of the Taranaki Coast, North Island of New Zealand prior to 1840, Polynesian Society, 1910.
Wakefield, Edward Jerningham, Adventures in New Zealand from 1839 to 1844: With Some Account of the Beginning of the British Colonization of the Islands, J Murray, London, 1845
Wells, B, The History of Taranaki, 1878, enzc.auckland.ac.nz
Honeyfield reunion March 2015:
‘Manu Whenua, Mana Moana‘, Mana Whenua Reference Group, position paper prepared for New Plymouth Coastal Strategy, New Plymouth District Council, 2006
New Plymouth District Barrett Domain Management Plan, August 2013, New Plymouth District Council
Revision of Report No.1 to the Waitangi Tribunal: “The Purchase of Maori Land in Taranaki, 1839-59”, Ann Parsonson, November 1991
The Te Atiawa Whaling Station: An Essay on Whaling In and Around Cook Straight. MA thesis, RD Caygill, University of New Zealand, 1948
Research into the Family History of the North Dorset Honeyfields from 1700, initiated by Evelyn Anna Honeyfield (Pearce) and Cecil Pearce and continued by Francis Mary Honeyfield (Toogood)
Kua Hiri Mai Te Rā – A journey of self-identification for the descendants of Ngāti Rāhiri ki Taranaki, M Marsh, Thesis, Master of Arts, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Retrieved from https:hdl.handle.net/10289/6080
If walls could talk … the Stories, family stories compiled by Kevin Honeyfield, for the Honeyfield 150 celebrations, 2019
If walls could talk … Succession, by Kevin Honeyfield, written for the Honeyfield 150 celebrations, 2019
Journal of the Polynesian Society, University of Auckland
Donald McLean dairy notes as sub-protector, Protectorate of Aboriginies 1844, Papers Past, NZ National Library, Te Puna Mātauranga Aotearoa, MS-papers-0032-0001
Letter from Donald McLean to Colonial Secretary, 17 August 1847, Papers Past, NZ National Library, Te Puna Mātauranga Aotearoa, Folder qMS-1206-1212
Letter from Harcourt Richard Aubrey to Donald McLean, Inspector of Police, 19 December 1846, Papers Past, NZ National Library, Te Puna Mātauranga Aotearoa, MS-Papers-0032-0123
Native Reserves Assimilation and Self-determination: Te Ātiawa, the Crown and Settlers, North Taranaki, 1840 – 1875, Thesis for Master of Arts, University of Canterbury, Leanne Boulton, 2004.
Nga whenua Tautohetohe 0 Taranaki; Land and conflict in Taranaki, 1839-59, Ann Parsonson, November 1991, report to the Waitangi Tribunal.
Schedule of land purchases and native reserves Taranaki 1839-1860, Waitangi Tribunal Division, Janine Ford, 26 April 1991
Tautara’s Book, Waitara Districts History & Family’s Research Group
Te Whanganui-a-tara Customary Tenure, 1750-1850, Penny Ehrhardt, 1993, report for the Waitangi Tribunal
The Taranaki Report: Kaupapa Tuatahi, Waitangi Tribunal Report, Wai 143, 1996
Title Histories of the Native Reserves made in the Bell Block, Taturutangi, Hua, Cookes Farm and Waiwhakaiho purchases in Taranaki, 1848-1859, Aroha Harris, report for the Waitangi Tribunal, WAI143, F23
Waikato Wesleyan Missions, Robin Astridge, November 2013