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ADAMSColonelTauherenikau Camp01-Sep-1715Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110342.JPGPresiding over official opening of Church Institute Lt Col Noel Percy Adams was commandant of Featherston Military Camp from the opening in January 1916 until war’s end. He was responsible for over 60,000 men who trained there in addition to the large staff which ran the camp. http://www.wairarapa100.co.nz/lieutenant-colonel-noel-adams-featherston-camp-commandant
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ANDREWSJimLance-SgtGreymouth01-Jul-177Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110315.JPGIn memorial service for the fallen (KIA or DoW)ANDREWS, James, Lance Sgt, Service No 24/2513, d 11 June 1917 belgium, son of John & Florence Andrews, Hokitika http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C333?rs
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ATKINSONS ACaptainUnknown01-Jul-172Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110310.JPGKIA, old boy of Nelson College"Captain A. Atkinson, who was killed while rescuing a brother officer on the Western front, was born in Nelson 42 years ago, and was an Old Boy of Nelson College. .. The late Captain Atkinson, who was the fourth son of the late Sir Harry Atkinson, leaves a widow and six children... A Christchurch Press message to-day says that a relative of the late Captain A. S. Atkinson has received a message showing that the report that he died some time after being wounded, was incorrect." Nelson Evening Mail , 14 June 1917, Page 4ATKINSON, Samuel Arnold, Captain, Service No 14714, d 5 Jun 1917 Belgium, son of Sir Harry Albert Atkinson, K.C.M.G. (Prime Minister of New Zealand, 1876-77, 1883-84, 1887-91), and Annie Atkinson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C503?rsAtkinson, Samuel Arnold, attended Nelson College 1887, then Wanganui Collegiate 188-1892 http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson1.html
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AUSTINMrUnknown01-Mar-176*Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1100274.JPGDischarged as Chaplain of British Army, liable for service when he takes up position as Curate of Cathedral*Suspect page is misnumbered "AUSTIN, Rev H W CF 4th class, RACD M 1910 Queen's College Cambridge University, in The War List of the University of Cambridge, ed G v Carey 1921 https://books.google.co.nz/books?id=ff88AAAAIAAJ "The magnificent gift by Miss Marsden has enabled them to appoint the Rev. H. W. Austin, M.A.. of England, as curate to the parish. … Mr Austin has served his time with the Imperial Army, in France and , has received his discharge." Annual parish meeting Christ Church Cathedral Nelson Evening Mail , 3 May 1917, Page 3
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AUSTINH WarrenAssistant CurateCathedral01-Jun-174Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110297.JPGAdvises that Compulsory Military Service to come into force in 2 months, & comments on submarine menace so no passports issued to womenAUSTIN, Rev H W CF 4th class, RACD M 1910 Queen's College Cambridge University, in The War List of the University of Cambridge, ed G v Carey 1921 https://books.google.co.nz/books?id=ff88AAAAIAAJ
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AVERILLDr, Bishop of Auckland01-Jan-179Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1100261.JPGIn letter by Rev W H Whibley; set up 'Weber Church Black Wool Fund' that endowed hospital beds in CA Hospital, FranceAVERILL, Alfred Walter, Rev, CMG http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/3a24/averill-alfred-walter; See also in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf (aka Wally) AVERILL, 2nd Lieutenant Leslie C L, reported wounded, is the second son of Dr A W Averill, Anglican Bishop of Auckland. He obtained his commission in NZ and left with the 34th Reinforcements, being later attached to B Company, Rifle Brigade. Bishop Averill’s eldest son Captain W W AVERILL, embarked with the 7th Mounted Rifles and has been continuously on active service ever since. [AWN 12.09.1918] P.45 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sooty/awnppsep1918.html
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AVERILLBishopEngland01-Oct-1718Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110349.JPG "Waifs and Strays Society" (providing for children of soldiers and sailors)AVERILL, Alfred Walter, Rev, CMG http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/3a24/averill-alfred-walter
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BAILLIET DPrivateFlanders01-Nov-176Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110354.JPGKIA, son of Colonel BailliePossibly BAILLIE, Thomas Douglas, Private, Service No 34325, d 4 Oct 1917 Ypres, Belgium, wife late Alic Baillie, Otorohanga, formerly Upper Hutt http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C578?rs
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BAKERAlexander StanleyCorporalFrance01-Sep-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110339.JPGKIA, parents at WaiauBAKER, Alexander Stanley, Sgt, Service No 11580, d 7 June 1917 Belgium, son of Edward & late Elizabeth Baker, Waiau, later Christchurch http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C607?rs
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BAKERLeonard FrancisSgtGallipoli01-Sep-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110339.JPGKilled 1915, brother of A S BakerBAKER, Leonard Francis, Sgt, Service No 6/1084, d 21 Aug 1915, Egypt to Gallipoli, son of Edward & late Elizabeth Harold Baker, Waiau, later Christchurch http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C625?rs
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BEAMANI (sic)PrivateGreymouth01-Dec-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110369.JPGMemorial service for deadNot in cenotaph db. "Mrs H. Moore, of Wellington, and formerly of Greymouth. has received advice that her son, Private J. T. Beaman. has been killed in action. He enlisted in Greymouth in one of the early contingents, and was invalided home about twelve months ago. He returned to the front and saw service in France. He was about 22 years of age. and prior to, enlisting was employed by Kennerly Brothers. He was a native of Brunner and was very popular." Grey River Argus , 27 October 1917, Page 2
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BEATTYDavidAdmiral SirUnknown01-May-1714Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110293.JPGAppointed Commander of the Grand Fleet, comments on religious revivalAdmiral of The Fleet, David Richard Beatty, 1st Earl Beatty, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Beatty,_1st_Earl_Beatty
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BECKMAN (sic)OscarCorporalGreymouth01-Jul-177Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110315.JPGIn memorial service for the fallen (KIA or DoW)BACKMAN, Oscar, Rifleman, Service No 25/365, d 26 Mar 1917 Farnce, son of Nils Parson & Hannah Backman, Sweden, wife Mrs Florence Backman, Greymouth, later Wellington http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C539?rs
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BEDWELLW WRevSounds parish01-May-172Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110284.JPGCalled upBEDWELL, Walter William, Rev in Blain Biographical Directory of Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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BEDWELLW WRevUnknown01-Jun-172Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110295.JPGCalled up in BallotNot researched further
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BEDWELLW WRevUnknown01-Jun-173Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110296.JPGAssigned to Home ServiceNot researched further
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Bishop of NelsonBlenheim01-Jun-1713Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110303.JPGBlenheim Festival 6th in the series all successful in fund raisingSADLIER, William Charles, Bishop of Nelson
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Bishop of NelsonTrentham01-Jul-171Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110309.JPGActing Chaplain in Camp while Rev W H Roberts on leaveSADLIER, William Charles, Bishop of Nelson
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Bishop of WaiapuTauherenikau Camp01-Sep-1715Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110342.JPGAt official opening of Church Institute The Rt Rev William Walmsley Sedgwick (1858–1948) was 5th Bishop of Waiapu 1914-1929 (preceded by Alfred Walter Averill). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Sedgwick_(bishop)
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Bishop of WellingtonTauherenikau Camp01-Sep-1715Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110342.JPGAt official opening of Church Institute The Rt Rev Thomas Henry Sprott, MA, DD, OBE (26 September 1856 – 25 July 1942) was Bishop of Wellinton 1911-1936. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Sprott_(bishop)
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BOYDKaikoura01-May-1710Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110290.JPGLost in war, son of oldest Vestryman Kaikoura and brother of recently deceased Mrs JA Robinson"At Kaikoura, Amy Alice Robinson, aged twenty-five, wife of Mr J A Robinson, was heating beeswax arid turpentine when the mixture caught alight, the flames igniting her clothing. She was badly burnt. After she extinguished the flames by rolling herself in a blanket she went some distance to a neighbour for assistance. The sufferer was conveyed to the hospital where she died. The deceased was a daughter of Mr Alex. Boyd, a well-known resident of Kaikoura." Marlborough Express, Volume LI, Issue 83, 10 April 1917, Page 5Boyd, Arthur Alexander, Sgt,Service No 24/355, d 12 Oct 1917, son of Alexander and Lucy Jane Boyd, of Rosedale, Kaikoura http://www.nzwargraves.org.nz/casualties/arthur-alexander-boyd
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BOYDArthurCorporalUnknown01-Dec-175Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110363.JPGMissing, son of A Boyd, KaikouraBOYD, Arthur Alexander, Sgt, Service No24/355, d 12 Oct 1917 Ypres, Belgium, son of Alexander & Lucy jane Boyd, Rosedale, Kaikoura http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1476?rs
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BOYDHarryPrivateUnknown01-Dec-175Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110363.JPGKIA, twin brother of Arthur & son of A Boyd, KaikouraBOYD, Henry Richard, Service No 12/4139, d 15 Sep 1916, Somme, France, son of Alexander Boyd, Rosedale, Kaikoura http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1479?rs
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BOYDGeorgePrivateUnknown01-Dec-175Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110363.JPGPartially disabled, returned to Front, son of A Boyd, KaikouraBOYD, Thomas George, Service No 30342, son of A Boyd, Rosedale, Kaikoura http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C81902?rs
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BROOKEJackMrFeatherston Camp01-Apr-177Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110280.JPGIn report from KaikouraProbably: BROOKE, Frederic John Medows Zachary, Trooper, Service No 43296, d of disease 18 Dec 1917 Palestine, son of Frederick Brooke, Kaikoura http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1674?rs. Re name Medows, see 1919 entry.Brother of Cecil JRF Brooke"Trooper F. J. (Jack) Brooke, elder son of Mrs F. Brooke, of Kaikoura, died at the Kantara base hospital (Egypt) on December 18 from malarial fever. Trooper Brooke left with the 24th Reinforcements." Marlborough Express, Volume LI, Issue 301, 27 December 1917, Page 3 Roll of Honour
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BROOKECecilMrFeatherston Camp01-Apr-177Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110280.JPGIn report from KaikouraBROOKE, Cecil John Rhodes Frederick,Trooper, Service No 43297, son of Frederick Brookes, Kaikoura http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C92574?rs
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BROOKSGVicar's WardenWairau Valley01-Jun-176Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110299.JPGVolunteered for active service at the Front"Brooks, Cordon, Wairau Valley" in Nelson Evening Mail , 4 July 1917, Page 5, The Reinforcements, Ninth ballot
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BROWNC HBrigadier-GeneralGreymouth01-Jul-177Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110315.JPGIn memorial service for the fallen (KIA or died of wounds DoW)BROWN, Charles Henry, Jeffries, Brigadier General, DSO, MiD 3x, Service No 15/14, d 8 June 1917 France, wife Mrs Millie J Brown, Greymouth http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1714?rs
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BROWNJames Clephane PatonPrivateFrance01-Sep-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110339.JPGKIA, born Lyttelton moved to WaiauBROWN, James Clephane, Paton, Private, Service No 29202, d7 June 1917 Belgium, son of Robert & Anne Brown, Waiau http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1763?rs
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BROWNJPrivateGreymouth01-Dec-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110369.JPGMemorial service for deadThree possibilities: 1. "Following died of sickness Private J. Brown…. " Grey River Argus, 4 January 1917, Page 3 Roll of Honour2. Brown John Patrick, bushman, Elmer's Lane, Greymouth listed among 4th ballott Westcoast names Grey River Argus , 14 February 1917, Page 3 3. "Mrs M. Weaver, wife of Mr. J. Weaver. Blaketown, has received advice from the Defence authorities at Melbourne that her brother, Private J. R. Brown, was killed in action on October 4th. Private Brown, who wa.s 27 years of age, sailed from Sydney on November 23rd 1915, with the 23rd Reinforcements of the Australian Imperial Force. Prior to leaving New Zealand, Private Brown was employed at Big River and Waiuta and was well known in this district." Grey River Argus , 27 October 1917, Page 2
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BRUNTMajor, AdjutantTauherenikau Camp01-Sep-1715Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110342.JPGAt official opening of Church Institute "11th Regiment (Taranaki Rifles). Major John Wallace Brunt is appointed Camp Adjutant, Tauherenikau Camp, loth (North Auckland) Regiment." Dominion, Volume 10, Issue 3158, 9 August 1917, Page 5
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BRYAN-BROWNG SRev, ChaplainFrance01-Nov-179Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110357.JPGWas Chaplain at Christ's College, 1st NZ Chaplain killedBRYAN-BROWN, Guy Spencer, Chaplain, Service No 41286, d 4 Oct 1917, Passchendaele, Belgium. son of Rev Willoughby & Gace Margaret Bryan-Brown, Oxford, ENG http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1848?rs
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BURGINJ RRev, ChaplainFeatherston Camp01-Aug-173Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110322.JPGWas Vicar of AshburtonBURGIN, John Robert, Chaplain, Service No 18/29, son of John and Ann Burgin, husband of Mrs H J Burgin, Parnell, Auckland http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C17673?rs
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BURGINJ RRev ChaplainAuckland01-Oct-1718Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110349.JPGAppointed Chaplain to returned soldiers
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CARRINGTONChrisCaptainUnknown01-Mar-174Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110275.JPGKIA, one of 3 sons of Dean of ChristchurchCARRINGTON, Christopher, Captain, Service No 2/773, d 8 Oct 1916 France, son of Mrs MC Carrington, Deanery, Christchurch http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C2346?rs
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CARTERChaplain CaptainWaitahu Camp, Reefton01-Apr-178Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110281.JPGSalvation Army, at annual West Coast camp for 250 Territorials"Captain-Chaplain Carter congratulated the men who were going forward. ..That was his first trip to Greymouth…." Grey River Argus , 3 May 1917, Page 3 Farewell to the 29th Reinforcements
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CARTERThomasMrsBlenheim01-Dec-178Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110366.JPGGifts to church and to Church for work in NZ training camps
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CHAMBERLAIN (sic)A OMrEngland01-Feb-174Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1100266.JPGFrom Sounds Mission, training for commission"CHAMBERLIN, 2nd Lieut A O T of Okoroire, who has returned on Transport No.148, left as a private, was invalided from Gallipoli through sickness but later went to France where he was wounded at La Basseville in [August] 1916. After gaining his commission in England he returned to France where he was again wounded. [AWN 21.03.1918] http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/NEW-ZEALAND/2002-06/1024613147CHAMBERLIN, Augustus Ofa Talau, Chaplain, Service No 6/180. enlisted at Picton, son of Augustus Frederick Chamberlin, Waimarino, King-country http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C40216?rs
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CHAVASSEN G Captain, MC VCFrance01-Dec-176Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110364.JPGDied of wounds after saving 20 men, son of Bishop of LiverpoolCaptain Noel Godfrey Chavasse VC & Bar, MC (9 November 1884 – 4 August 1917) was a British medical doctor, Olympic athlete, and British Army officer from the Chavasse family. He is one of only three people to be awarded a Victoria Cross twice. The younger of identical twin boys born to the Rev. Francis Chavasse (later Bishop of Liverpool and founder of St Peter's College, Oxford) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noel_Godfrey_Chavasse
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CHAVASSEAidanFrance01-Dec-176Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110364.JPGMissing, brother of N G ChavasseLieut Aidan Chavasse: d 4 Jul 1917 (1 month before his elder brother Noel Godfrey, VC & bar). Aidan served with the 17th Bn. The King's (Liverpool Regiment). He was 26 .http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=102140661 Another brother, Christopher Maude Chavasse, OBE MC TD, twin of Noel,the elder of the two by 20 minutes,also served in the First World War. He was a Chaplain in the Royal Army Chaplains' Department of the British Army. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=102140661
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CHAYTORL CCaptainFrance01-Dec-176Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110364.JPGAwarded Military Cross, old boy Nelson College, brother of Brig-Gen E Chaytor & 4 other brothers on active serviceCHAYTOR, Lawrence Clervaux, 2nd Lieut, Service No 7/180, son of John Clervaux Chaytor, Marshlands, Blenheim http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C40278?rsOther brothers are: 1. CHAYTOR, Edward William (sic) Clervaux, Colonel, CB KCMG KCVO, Service No 15/6, son of Emma & John Clervaux Chaytor, Motueka, bn 1868, d 1939 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C35494?rs 2nd name Walter not William see also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Chaytor: 2. CHAYTOR, Alfred Henry, Attended Nelson College 1880-1884 Barrister Yorkshire Served in WW1 with London Regiment B.E.F. http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson2.html; 3. CHAYTOR, D'Arcy, Service No 15/29 (previously served in South Africa) http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C127477?rs4. CHAYTOR, John Clervaux, Attended Nelson College 1908-914 Served in WW1 with Royal Field Artillery [B.E.F.] Captain http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson2.html
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CHISNALLPrivateUnknown01-Dec-175Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110363.JPGWounded, son-in-law of A Boyd, KaikouraCould this be CHISNALL, Collinwood Dunbar, Service No 43957, wife F A Chisnall, Kaikoura
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CLIFTONCaptainHanmer Convalescent Home01-Nov-178Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110356.JPG
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CLOUGHE EPrivateFrance01-Dec-175Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110363.JPGDied of wounds, so of E R Clough, MurchisonCLOUGH, Enoch Edgar, Private, Service No 6/3659, d17 Oct 1917 Belgium, son of Enoch Richard & Mary Clogh, Murchison http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C2783?rs
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COLEMAN Francis AllanPrivateFrance01-Jul-172Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110310.JPGWounded, son of W F Coleman, Motupiko COLEMAN, Francis Allan, Private, Service No 29219, son of WF Coleman, Motupiko, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C78572?rs
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COOKERSgtUnknown01-Feb-174Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1100266.JPGKIA, only son of Mrs Cooke, RichmondCOOKE, Rudolph Grattan, Sgt, Service No 7/703, d 23 Dec 1916 Egypt, son of Mrs Jane (GS) Cooke, Richmond, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C3091?rs
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COULTHARDI (sic)Greymouth01-Dec-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110369.JPGMemorial service for deadCoulthard, John, Blacksmith, Runanga listed among West Coasters called up for military service Grey River Argus , 2 October 1917, Page 3"Coulthard, J. (Mr. T. Coulthard of Brunnerton.)" Grey River Argus , 13 May 1918, Page 3 Returned Men
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COURSEYF JRev, ChaplainStationary Hospital01-Feb-174Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1100266.JPGCOURSEY, John Francis, Chaplain, Captain, Service No 18/22, NoK wife Mrs N C Coursey, Westport http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C61903?rsSee also in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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COURSEYJ FRevLondon01-Jun-172Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110295.JPGAt Royal reception
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COURSEYJ FRevUnknown01-Aug-178Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110325.JPGIn report "Our Chaplains"
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COURSEYJ FRevIreland & England01-Aug-179Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110326.JPGIn report "Our Chaplains"
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COURSEYJ FRev, CFNelson01-Sep-175Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110336.JPGReturned home
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COURSEYJ FRev, CFNelson01-Sep-176Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110337.JPGReturn home warmly welcomed
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COURSEYJ FRev, CFNelson01-Oct-179Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110345.JPGWelcomed home with acclamation by Synod
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CRAMPTONJohn DonaldEgypt01-Dec-179Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110367.JPGEldest son of Martha & William Crampton, AmuriCRAMPTON, John Donald, Trooper, Service No 7/2247 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C64284?rs
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CRAMPTONHugh DalzielTraining Camp01-Dec-179Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110367.JPGYounger son of Martha & William Crampton, AmuriCRAMPTON, Hugh Dalziel, Corporal, Service No 57507 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C101352?rs
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CRAWLEYA S Rev, ChaplainUnknown01-Feb-1712Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1100269.JPGIn article "Clergy & War"; awarded MC, Vicar of Bishopthorpe, YorkArthur Stafford Crawley, 1876-1948, MC and Bar 1916, canon of Windsor http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/nra/lists/GB-0260-M.126.htm
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CREEDThomasPrivateFrance01-Sep-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110339.JPGKIA, of WaiauCREED, Thomas Richard, Private, Service No 21663, d 8 June 1917 Belgium, son of William Richard Creed, Waiau http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C3397?rs
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CREEDW H PSgtPalestine01-Sep-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110339.JPGIn active service, brother of T Creed, WaiauCREED, William Herbert Percival, DCM, Trooper, Service No 7/643, son of WR Creed, Wairau http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C41320?rs
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CREEDAPrivatePalestine01-Sep-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110339.JPGIn active service, brother of T Creed, WaiauCREED, Albert George, Trooper, Service No 7/1060, son of William R Creed Wairau http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C41316?rs
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CREEDC R(sic)PrivateFrance01-Sep-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110339.JPGIn active service, brother of T Creed, WaiauCREED, Claude Hamilton, Private, Service No 8/910, son of WR Creed, Waiau http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C41317?rs
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CROSSMANChaplain CaptainWaitahu Camp, Reefton01-Apr-178Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110281.JPGAt annual West Coast camp for 250 TerritorialsProbably Rev George Arthur Crossman, bn 1879 Nelson http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Crossman-328Listed in Nelson Diocese clergy George Arthur Crossman, Reefton Colonist, Volume LVIII, Issue 14515, 19 September 1917, Page 2
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DEBENHAMHenry EdwardPrivateFrance01-Dec-179Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110367.JPGKIA, well known in CulverdenDEBENHAM, Henry Edward, Private, Service No 29230, d 12 Oct 1917 Ypres, Belgium, son of HE & ME Debenham Cobden, (formerly Jackson's) http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C3833?rs
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DEBENHAMH EPrivateGreymouth01-Dec-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110369.JPGMemorial service for deadDEBENHAM, Henry Edward, Private, Service No 29230, d 12 Oct 1917 Ypres, Belgium, son of HE & ME Debenham Cobden, (formerly Jackson's) http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C3833?rs
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DERRETTThomas LlewellynCorporalFrance01-Mar-174Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110275.JPGKIA, yongest son of T Derrett, WaiauDERRETT, Thomas Llewllyn, Corporal, Service No 24/414, d 15 Sep 1916 Somme, France, son of Thomas Derret Waiau, North Canterbury http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C3897?rs
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DOBSONC J HRev, ChaplainBrockenhurst Hospital01-Feb-174Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1100266.JPGDOBSON, Charles James Hamilton, Chaplain, Service No 9/633, NoK John Howard Dobson, Alexandra South http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C42126?rsSee also in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf (died in Lisbon, Portugal)
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DOBSONC J HRevThe Front01-Jun-172Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110295.JPGTo replace Rev Coursey with 2nd Auckland Battalion
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DOBSONC J HRevFrance01-Aug-178Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110325.JPGIn report "Our Chaplains"
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DOBSONC J HRevUnknown01-Nov-178Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110356.JPGWounded, in hospitalDOBSON, Charles James Hamilton, Chaplain, Service No 9/633, NoK John Howard Dobson, Alexandra South http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C42126?rs
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DOULTONE WRevGerman East Africa01-Mar-1717Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110279.JPGMissionaries & others released from prison as country taken over by Belgian Army"The Rev. E. W. Doulton narrated an incident of camp life at Tabora which illustrated the cruelty practised by the Germans." Dominion, Volume 10, Issue 3053, 14 April 1917, Page 7 Native Loyalty. Misssionary's story of East African Christians
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DUIGAND FLieutFrance01-Dec-176Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110364.JPGAwarded Military Cross, old boy Nelson College, of WanganuiDUIGAN, Denis Frank, attended Nelson College 1907-1910, served in WW1, Captain, M.C.http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson2.html: Also; DUIGAN, Denis Frank, 2nd Lieut,Service No12/3622, son of Mrs ME Duigan Wanganui http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C60671?rsBrother of DF: DUIGAN, John Evelyn, KBE DSO CB MiD, Major NZ Satff Corps, Service No 5036 & 4/1325 served in South Africa, WW1 & WW2 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C33558?rs
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EATWELLHerbert JPrivateFrance01-Sep-176Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110337.JPGWounded, convalescing in hospital, son of J Eatwell, Stanley BrookEATWELL, Herbet John, Service No 33708, son of J Eatwell, Stanley Brook, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C83613?rs
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EVANSD SMrUnknown01-Jun-172Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110295.JPGCalled up in Ballot"Bishop Sadlier appealed on behalf of David Sydney Evans … The Chairman said Mr Evans was classed for home service (C2), It was hardly likely tha£ Mr Evans would be taken from his present position." Nelson Evening Mail , 11 June 1917, Page 4 Miltary Service Appeal Board
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EVANSD SMrUnknown01-Jun-173Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110296.JPGAssigned to Home ServiceNot researched further
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FARNELLA JMrTrentham Camp01-Feb-174Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1100266.JPGAt TrenthamFARNELL, Allen James, 2nd Lieut, Service No 44191, son of Mrs Jane Farnell, Havlock Marlborough http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C94386?rs
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FERRYF J RevMotueka01-Feb-174Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1100266.JPGSelected in Ballot, Bishop to appeal (vicar of Murchison)Recrded officiating at funeral, Murchsion Colonist, Volume LVIII, Issue 14390, 18 April 1917, Page 9
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FRIBERGNRevPicton01-Jun-175Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110298.JPGUrged that Roll of Honour be considered should peace be declaredFRIBERG, Nils Arnold, Rev, in Blain Biographical Directory of Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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GIBSONMackenzieLieut01-Nov-177Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110355.JPGKIA, son of Rev A GibsonGIBSON, McKenzie, Lieut, Service No 6/635, d 12 Oct 1917 Ypres, Belgium, son of Rev Mackenzie & Mary Coates Alice Gibson, of Esher, Surrey, ENG: http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C5469?rs
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GIBSONMRev, ChaplainUnknown01-Nov-177Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110355.JPGChaplain on active service, father of Lieut M Gibson Probably GIBSON, Mackenzie, Chaplain, Service No 18/9, bn Brstol, ENG, enlited Sumner http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C44054?rs
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GIBSON-McKENZIELieutGreymouth01-Dec-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110369.JPGMemorial service for deadProbably: GIBSON, McKenzie, Lieut, Service No 6/635, d 12 Oct 1917 Ypres, Belgium, son of Rev Mackenzie & Mary Coates Alice Gibson, of Esher, Surrey, ENG: http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C5469?rs
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GRACEHumphreyCaptainMesopotamia01-Jun-171Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110294.JPGAwarded Military CrossGRACE, Humphrey Gilbert (1883-1953) , MC at Mesopotamia http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson3.html
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GRACEHandley MouleCaptainBelgium01-Sep-172Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110335.JPGKilled in Battle of the Dunes, son of Rev George Grace, Stanstead, England, formerly curate of BlenheimProbably GRACE, Handley Carleton, bn 1892 NZ, son of Frederick George & Caroline GRACE, Alton, Surrey
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GRACE, son ofArchdeaconBlenheim01-Jun-1712Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110303.JPGWon a Military Cross , an "honour to Marlborough" (Hon A T Maginnity)Probably GRACE, Humphrey Gilbert (1883-1953) , MC at Mesopotamia http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson3.html
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GUYHectorCompany Sgt-MajorUnknown01-Nov-177Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110355.JPGKIA, son of John A Guy, NgatimotiGUY, Albert Hector, Sgt-Major, Meritorois Service Medal (MSM), Servce No 6/244, d 12 Oct 1917, Ypres, Belgium, son of John Arliss & Elizabeth Mouter Guy, Ngatimoti, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6041?rs
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HAKAWAI (sic)PeneRevNew Zealand01-Dec-1713Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110370.JPGIn report of Military Affairs Committee, appointed Chaplain to Maori soldiers in EnglandHAKIWAI, Pene Rev: "Rev. Pene Hakiwai was on his way to England as Chaplain to Maori soldiers in England". Diocesan Standing CommitteeWaiapu Church Gazette, Volume VIII, Issue 6, 1 January 1918, Page 51HAKIWAI, Pene Te Uamairangi, see also in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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HAMPSONGeorgeSgtUnknown01-Nov-177Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110355.JPGWounded, son of W Spencer HampsonHAMPSON, George Albert, Private, Service No 6/468, son of William S Hapson, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C45077?rs
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HAMPSONTheoUnknown01-Nov-177Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110355.JPGIn active service, son of W Spencer HampsonHAMPSON, William Theodore, Private, Servce No 31638, son of Mrs WS Hampson, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C83011?rs
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HARBORDF RRev, ChaplainFrance01-Nov-1710Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110358.JPGKilled by shell, extracts of letters to Dunchurch AdvertiserRev Frank Robert Harbord, Chaplain 4th class, died from his wounds on 8 August 1917 near Ypres. He was 49. http://www.theygavetheirtoday.com/army-chaplains-ww1.html. Army Chaplains
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HARBORDF RRev, ChaplainFrance01-Nov-1711Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110359.JPGExtracts of letters to Dunchurch Advertiser & wife
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HARDHAMWCaptain, VCNew Zealand01-Nov-178Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110356.JPGFit for service, may leave for front again, of PetoneHARDHAM, William James, Major, VC (South Africa), Service No 11/661, son of George & Ann (nee Gregory) Hardham, Wellington http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C33953?rs
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HARDHAMWCaptain, VCQueen Mary Hospital, Hanmer Springs01-Nov-179Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110357.JPG
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HARDHAMW JCaptain, VCHanmer01-Dec-1710Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110368.JPGReported for active serviceHARDHAM, William James, Major, VC (South Africa), Service No 11/661, son of George & Ann (nee Gregory) Hardham, Wellington http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C33953?rs
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HARLEYW CCaptainUnknown01-Jun-172Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110295.JPGOn leave from Front, son of late William Charles Harley, Waimea Rd, NelsonHARLEY, William Carroll, Captain, Service No 25/11, wife Mrs WC Harley, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C62646?rs
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HARLEYHubertCaptainFrance01-Jun-172Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110295.JPGKIA at the Somme, son of late William Charles Harley, Waimea Rd, NelsonHARLEY, Hubert Satchell, Captain, MC, Service No 7/2109, d 2 Oct 1916 Somme, France, son of late William Charles & Edith Florence Harley, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6375?rs
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HAYCOCKHenryPrivateFeatherston Camp01-Dec-176Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110364.JPGDied at Featherston, son of J A Haycock, Churchwarden, RichmondHAYCOCK,Henry, Private, Service No 63152, d of meningitis 13 Nov 1917 At featherston camp, son of James Albon Haycock and Jessie Patterson Haycock (nee Scott)., bn Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C33099?rs
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HAYCOCKHenryPrivateFeatherston Camp01-Dec-177Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110365.JPGDied of meningitis
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HAYCOCKPercyMrFrance01-Dec-177Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110365.JPGIn active service, brother of Henry & son of A J Haycock, RichmondHAYCOCK, Percy Scott, Private, Service No 6/3345, son of J.A. Haycock, Richmond, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C64739?rs
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HEALE RMrWakarewa01-Nov-1710Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1917\P1110358.JPGCalled up for Military Service, Bishop to appeal
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