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Bishop of NelsonUnknown*14-Nov-18-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070008Named.JPG8 NZ Chaplains; 5th from leftSADLIER, William Charles; 1917 VD, in colonial auxiliary forces; Jun 1918-May 1919 active service with NZEF especially at Le Quesnoy’& visiting the members of the chaplains at the front - in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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BUCKPadreUnknownUnknown-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070025crp.jpgPossibly: BUCK, [Laurence} Frank Hepworth; Sep 1916 resigned Ykon Diocese to join as private Yukon infantry company Canadian armed forces, Jan 1917 overseas duty on military leave from diocese of Yukon
-1918- chaplain in Canadian forces, a captain; awarded MC [Military Cross] - in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
Or could he be? The Rev Cyril Bernard Wilson BUCK MC; Chaplain 4th Class attached to 1st/5th Battalion, The Leicestershire Regiment, killed on the battlefield on 29 September 1918, son of William Richard and Alice Emmeline Buck, Tabards, Ewell, Surrey http://www.theygavetheirtoday.com/army-chaplains-ww1.html. Also http://www.epsomandewellhistoryexplorer.org.uk/OtherWW1Fatalities.html .Listed in Memorial to the Royal Army Chaplains Department http://1914-1918.invisionzone.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=53895
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BURTONH DRevUnknown*14-Nov-18-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070008Named.JPG8 NZ Chaplains; 7th from leftBURTON, Harry (or Henry) Darwin; 1914 year’s leave England; Dec 1915-Jun 1916 chaplain hospital ship MARAMA & New Zealand Convalescent Hospital, 1915-1918 senior Anglican chaplain to NZEF & leutenant-colonel chaplains unit, Hospital Ship MARAMA, Jun 1918 OBE - in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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Caption for Rev Fielden-Taylor photoUnknownUnknown-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070021.JPG
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Caption for Rev McComb (sic) photoUnknownUnknown-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070014.JPG
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Caption for WW1 NZ ChaplainsUnknown14-Nov-18-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070009.JPGL to R: Rev J Jermyn; Rev H Parata; Rev CJ H Dobson; Rev JR Young; Bishop of Nelson; Rev G C Cruickshank; Rev HD Burton; Rev GT Robson
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CHAMPIONPadreUnknownUnknown-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070025crp.jpgNot in cenotaph db, google, Nelson newspapers 1914-1919Uniform (especilaly helmet) suggests they were in Middle East
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Church of England Institute - exteriorTrentham Military Camp01-Aug-16-Nelson Diocesan MagazinePhotographs\P1100213crp.jpgPage not numbered: between pp 10 -12
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Church of England Institute - interiorTrentham Military Camp01-Aug-16-Nelson Diocesan MagazinePhotographs\P1100214crp.jpgPage not numbered: between pp 10 -12
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CRUICKSHANKG CRevUnknown*14-Nov-18-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070008Named.JPG8 NZ Chaplains; 6th from leftCRUICKSHANK, George Craig; Nov 1915-1919 chaplain New Zealand forces at camps Tauherenikau and Featherston, Jun 1916 departed Nz as chaplain to 14th reinforcements 1916 wounded at the Somme, World War 1 - in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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DOBSONC J HRevUnknown*14-Nov-18-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070008Named.JPG8 NZ Chaplains; 3rd from leftDOBSON, Charles James Hamilton; 1914 chaplain-captain in main body Otago Mounted Rifles, 1915 wounded at Gallipoli; 30 Nov 1918 MC, chaplain 2nd battalion Auckland regiment on western front; Feb 1920 officially discharged from the army - in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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DOBSONC J HRevUnknownUnknown-Nelson Diocesan officePhotographs\P1140378crp.jpgDOBSON, Charles James Hamilton; 1914 chaplain-captain in main body Otago Mounted Rifles, 1915 wounded at Gallipoli; 30 Nov 1918 MC, chaplain 2nd battalion Auckland regiment on western front; Feb 1920 officially discharged from the army - in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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FIELDEN-TAYLOR (sic)TRevUnknownUnknown-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070021crp.jpgTAYLOR, Thomas Fielden; 1914 chaplain Egypt Gallipoli France; Jun 1915 wounded Dardanelles Gallipoli; Jan 1917 returned wounded and discharged from War service to Nelson - in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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German crucifix (facing)UnknownUnknown-Dean Emeritus Charles Tyrrell, Nelson Diocesan OfficePhotographs\P1080052crp.jpgWriting "GOTT MIT UNS" - beginning "G" & ending "S" obscuredGott mit uns (God with us) is a phrase commonly used on armour in the German military from the German Empire to the end of the Third Reich, although its historical origins are far older. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gott_mit_uns
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German crucifix (medallion component)UnknownUnknown-Dean Emeritus Charles Tyrrell, Nelson Diocesan officePhotographs\P1080055a.jpgMore detail of medalllion component
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German crucifix (reverse face)UnknownUnknown-Dean Emeritus Charles Tyrrell, Nelson Diocesan officePhotographs\P1080053crp.jpgCross made of cartridges
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HEDGESA EMr, Diocesan SecretaryUnknownUnknown-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070020 rightcrp.jpgHEDGES, Alfred Ernest, Sgt Major, Service No 60 (South African war) 32565 (WW1), died of wounds No 2 Canadian Casualty Clearing Station, 13 Dec 1917 France, son of Sarah and the late George Hedges; husband of Grace C. Hedges, of Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6725?n
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JERMYNRRevUnknown*14-Nov-18-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070008Named.JPG8 NZ Chaplains; 1st on leftJERMIN, James Alexander; 1917 chaplain New Zealand Expeditionary Forces World War 1 - in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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McCOMB (sic)R H BRevUnknownUnknown-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070010crp.jpgMcCOMBIE, Robert Hercules Brideoak; 16 Nov 1917 embarked for Liverpool regimental number 3/3507 private, T G F; clerk in holy orders; medical corps, with
the 32st Reinforcements; died 09 Nov 1918 of wounds received Le Quesnoy France - in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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PARATAHRevUnknown*14-Nov-18-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070008Named.JPG8 NZ Chaplains; 2nd from leftPARATA, Hoani; 09 Aug 1917 appointed chaplain to Māori contingent at the front, 1917-1919 chaplain 1st NZEF with machine gun battalion - in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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ROBSONG TRevUnknown*14-Nov-18-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070008Named.JPG8 NZ Chaplains; far rightROBSON, George Trevor ('Robbie'); Feb 1917-1919 chaplain NZEF; 22 Mar 1919 at Buckingham palace invested by King GEORGE V with Military Cross - in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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ROLLISON (sic)G MrUnknownUnknown-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070016crp.jpgSgts stripes on great coat. This photo matches that in cenotaph database from Auckalnd Weekly news 1917.ROLLINSON, Gilbert Oswald, Sgt, Service No 27143, d 11 Jun 1917 Messines, France, 11th child of George and Ann Rollinson, of 41 Bassett Rd, Remuera, Auckland http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C13273?n
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TAYLORT FRevUnknown01-Jun-14-Nelson Diocesan MagazinePhotographs\P1070033crp.jpgNot in cenotaph db, google, Nelson newspapers 1914-1919Uniform (especilaly helmet) suggests they were in Middle East
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WW1 NZ ChaplainsUnknown*Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070008Named.JPG8 NZ Chaplains*Probably taken in England
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YOUNGJ RRevUnknown*14-Nov-18-Photo Album vol 1, People inside & outside the DiocesePhotographs\P1070008Named.JPG8 NZ Chaplains; 4th from leftYOUNG, James Rarity; 1917-1919 chaplain1st Brigade NZ Field Ambulance - in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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