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Archbishop of CanterburyEngland01-Dec-193Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160614.JPGExtracts from address: in total 88 chaplains killed, 170 wounded, 3 won VC, 10 CMG, 27 DSO Randall Thomas Davidson, 1st Baron Davidson of Lambeth GCVO PC (7 April 1848 – 25 May 1930) was an Anglican bishop of Scottish origin who served as Archbishop of Canterbury from 1903 to 1928 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randall_Davidson.
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Archbishop of CanterburyEngland01-Dec-194Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160615.JPGExtracts from address: in total 27 chaplains won DSO, 205 MC & bar, several other foreign decorations received. Randall Thomas Davidson, 1st Baron Davidson of Lambeth GCVO PC (7 April 1848 – 25 May 1930) was an Anglican bishop of Scottish origin who served as Archbishop of Canterbury from 1903 to 1928. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randall_Davidson.
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Bishop of NelsonLe Quesnoy01-Jan-191Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150517.JPGWith the NZ Brigade in the advance on the siteSADLIER, William Charles (bn 29 May 1867, d 1 Feb 1935) 4th Bishop of Nelson 1912-1934 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Sadlier. 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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Bishop of NelsonEurope01-Feb-191Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150527.JPGWith force marching into Cologne
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Bishop of NelsonAt sea01-Apr-191Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150544.JPGReturning from England on the ss Remuera"
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Bishop of NelsonNelson01-Jul-198Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160577.JPGTribute to the NZ soldier
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Bishop of NelsonNelson01-Jul-1912Nelson Diocesan GazetteTribute to the NZ soldier
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BROOKEFrederic John Medows ZacharyEgypt01-Jan-194Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150520.JPGIn memorium: He & wife Emma (nee Theobald) d of malaria 18 Dec 1917. Son of Frederick Brooke KaikouraBROOKE, Frederic John Medows Zachary, Trooper, Service No 43296, d 18 Dec 1917 of disease, Palestine, son of Frederick Brooke, Kaikoura http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1674?rs
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Brownlie (sic)MissHavelock01-Jan-192Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150518.JPGHome became Temporary hospital for influenza cases"Owing to the increase in the number of cases advantage is being taken of the offer made by Miss Brownlee to hand over her house as. a hospital if necessary. This fine, large residence is now being converted into a temporary hospital. It is anticipated that accommodation will be required for several patients from the outdistricts." Marlborough Express, Volume LII, Issue 287, 22 November 1918, Page 5
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BULLOCKWilliamRev, ChaplainEngland01-Aug-194Nelson Diocesan GazetteServed with NZEF in England & France to visit Nelson
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COOTEJLieut, MMNelson01-Feb-197Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150533.JPGWelcomed home by The CathedralCOOTE, John Cecil, Sgt, Service No 22586,wife Mrs J C Coote, Tophouse, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C75652?rs
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COURSEYJ FRevNelson01-Nov-1910Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160606.JPGIn address to Synod by President, after war service, settled in WestportCOURSEY, James Francis, Chaplain, Service No 18/22, wife Mrs NC Coursey, Westport http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C61903?rs
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COURSEYJ FRevNelson01-Nov-1911Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160607.JPGIn address to Synod by President, after war service, settled in Westport
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DOBSONC J HRev, CF MCThe Sounds01-Mar-191Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150537.JPGAwarded Military CrossDOBSON, Charles James Hamilton, Chaplain, Service No 9/633 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C42126?rs (No record of MC)"The Rev C. H. J. Dobson, an ex. pupil of the Marlborough High School, who left New Zealand with the Main Body and has seen lengthyservice in the capacity of chaplain, has been awarded the Military Cross. ".Colonist, Volume LXI, Issue 14934, 3 December 1918, Page 4
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DOBSONC J H Rev, MCNelson01-Oct-191Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160593.JPGWelcomed home after war service
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DOBSONC J HRev, MCNelson01-Nov-1911Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160607.JPGIn address to Synod by President, after war service is expected back soon
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EditorNelson Diocese01-Jan-196Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150522.JPGArticle entitled "Peace"
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EditorNelson Diocese01-Jan-197Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150523.JPGArticle entitled "Peace" with excerpts of message from the King
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EditorNelson Diocese01-Jan-198Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150524.JPGArticle entitled "The Victory..and After" with excerpts of speches in House of Commons
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EditorNelson Diocese01-Jan-199Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150525.JPGArticle entitled "The Victory..and After"
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EditorNelson Diocese01-Jan-1916Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150526.JPGPractice in USA to sew a star onto flag for every family member in service
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EditorNelson Diocese01-Feb-193Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150529.JPGArticle "Our Chaplains"
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EditorNelson Diocese01-Feb-194Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150530.JPGArticle "Our Chaplains" outling duties to the wounded
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EditorNelson Diocese01-Feb-195Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150531.JPGArticle "Our Chaplains" outling duties to the dead on No-Man's land
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FARNELLA JCaptainNelson01-Oct-192Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160594.JPGServed with NZEF, late of Durham, to be ordainedFARNELL, Allen James, 2nd Lieut, Service No 44191, church student, son of Mrs Jane Farnell, Havelock http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C94386?rs
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FARNELLA JCaptainNelson01-Nov-1910Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160606.JPGIn address to Synod by President, studying for ordinationFARNELL, Allen James, 2nd Lieut, Service No 44191, church student, son of Mrs Jane Farnell, Havelock http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C94386?rs
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HAMPSONGSgtNelson01-Feb-197Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150533.JPGWelcomed home by The CathedralHAMPSON, George Albert, Private, Service No 6/468, son of William S Hampson, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C45077?rs
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HANBYChaplainNew Zealand01-Jan-195Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150521.JPGReport of Military Affairs Committee: Recovering from illness, of Rotorua Institute"Chaplain HO Hanby, who for eleven months had been in charge of the Church of England Institute for Soldiers m Rotorua, left on August 14th to return to his parish of Fairlie, South Canterbury." Waiapu Church Gazette, Volume X, Issue 3, 1 September 1919, Page 8
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HARDYTheodore Bailey (sic)Rev, VC DSO MCNorthern France01-Jan-194Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150520.JPGDied of woundsTheodore Bayley Hardy, VC, DSO, MC (20 October 1863 – 18 October 1918) was a Chaplain in the British Army and English recipient of the Victoria Cross, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodore_Hardy
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HARDYTheodore BaileyRev, VC DSO MCNorthern France01-Jan-195Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150521.JPGBorn & educated in England, Chaplain to Forces from Aug 1916
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Havelock parshHavelock01-Jun-1915Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160571.JPGEvening service for the Dead & Heroes of Gallipoli on May 2 1919
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HEDGESA ENelson01-Nov-199Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160605.JPGIn address to Synod by President
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HERONJ HVet-SgtHavelock01-Oct-196Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160597.JPGWelcomed by his father (Vicar) home after 4 yrs of warHERON, James Henry, Sgt NZ Vet Corps, Service No 17/407, wife Mrs Margaret E Heron, Clive, Hawke's Bay http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C62482?rs "Rev. A. H. HERON: album of postcards with some family photos including Lil and Gay, both offspring of the Rev. His parishes included Petone and Granity (West Coast) http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/NEW-ZEALAND/2000-01/0947834728
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JELLICOEAdmiral, LordPicton01-Nov-194Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160601.JPGVisited
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JERMYNJ ARevNelson01-Oct-191Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160593.JPGWelcomed home after war serviceJERMYN, James Alexander, Chaplain, Service No 66223, son of James Jermyn, Seddon http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C102612?rs
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JERMYNJ A RevNelson01-Nov-1910Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160606.JPGIn address to Synod by President, ordained at beginning of war, still on active serviceJERMYN, James Alexander, Chaplain, Service No 66223, son of James Jermyn, Seddon http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C102612?rs
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JERMYNJARevNelson01-Nov-1911Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160607.JPGIn address to Synod by President, after war service is expected back soon
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JOHNSONChaplainNew Zealand01-Jan-195Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150521.JPGReport of Military Affairs Committee: away sick
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King George VEngland01-Jul-192Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160576.JPGProclamation of services of thanksgiving in the Dominions on Sun 6 July
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McCOMBIER H BRevNelson01-Nov-1910Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160606.JPGIn address to Synod by President, in Ambulance Corps, died of at Le Quesnoy, FranceMcCOMBIE, Robert Hercules Brideoak, Rev, Private, NZ Med Corps, Service No 3/3507, d 9 Nov 1918 of wounds at Le Quesnoy, France, son of TGF McCombie, Monktown, Co Dublin, IRE, Rector St Petrer's Granity http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C9215?rs
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Military Affairs CommitteeNew Zealand01-Jan-195Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150521.JPGDemobilisation in progress: Tauherenikau & Narrow Neck closed; Trentham & Featherston a few invalids & Home Service men
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MULESChaplainNew Zealand01-Jan-195Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150521.JPGReport of Military Affairs Committee: temporarily in charge of Trentham Camp"MULES, Edmund Kennedy; born 08 Nov 1877 Brightwater Nelson died Jun quarter 1962; 6 Nov 1916-1922 vicar Otaio and Bluecliffs; 1918 chaplain with the forces World War 1: second reserves, clerk in holy orders, classification b residing the vicarage St Andrews South Canterbury." http://www.bushtown.co.nz/OtaioChurch.html
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Nelson Ministers' Association Church Steps, Nelson06-Jul-19United Service of Thanksgiving for PeaceAnglican Records 1919\P1160622.JPGSix page service pamphletpages 2-3pages 4-5page 6
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NZ Trained Nurses AssociationNelson01-Oct-194Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160596.JPGTo hold memorial service to those who died during war & influenza epidemic a Sunday nearest the anniversay of sinking of the "Marquette"See: "The 'MARQUETTE' Angels - 23rd October 1915 - Aegean Sea" http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nzlscant/marquette.htm
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POWELLVMr?01-Mar-196Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150538.JPGMoved to Picton parish? Returned soldier & officerPossibly POWELL, Victor Lionel, 2nd Lieut, Service No 19217, wife Mrs EAG Powell, Blenheim http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C84684?rs
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ROBINGeneralUnknown01-Jan-194Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150520.JPGReported that 89 Chaplains still serving abroad with NZ Forces, 4 KIA & 10 decoratedRobin, Alfred William, (bn 12 Aug 1860, Victoria, AUS - d 2 Jun 1935 Wellington), moved with family to NZ 1861, educated Otago, served in South Africa with distinction, then WW1 as brigadier general responsible for organizing reinforcements & training for the Expeditionary Force. http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/3r25/robin-alfred-williamROBIN, Alfred William, Colonel, CB MiD 4x CMG http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C34317?rs
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ROGERSJ ARevNelson01-Nov-1911Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160607.JPGIn address to Synod by President, finishing special service in Camps
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STANTONChaplainNew Zealand01-Jan-195Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150521.JPGReport of Military Affairs Committee: temporarily in charge of Featherston Camp"The Rev. R. J. Stanton, chaplain to the forces at Trenthain, and also Featherston camps, has been appointed vicar at Inglewood." Auckland Star, Volume L, Issue 153, 28 June 1919, Page 6
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TAYLORChaplainNew Zealand01-Jan-195Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150521.JPGReport of Military Affairs Committee: away sick
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TAYLORCanonNelson01-Nov-1911Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160607.JPGIn address to Synod by President, after war service in poor health & now at St Peter's Wellington
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WHITEChaplainNew Zealand01-Jan-195Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150521.JPGReport of Military Affairs Committee: temporarily in charge of Rotorua Institute
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WHITEH B WRevFeatherston Camp01-Apr-195Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1150548.JPGChaplain at Camp after period in hospitalWHITE, Harold Bayne Winsbury, 1918-1919 temporary chaplain to the forces; in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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WHITEH B WRevNelson01-Nov-1911Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1919\P1160607.JPGIn address to Synod by President, finishing special service in CampsWHITE, Harold Bayne Winsbury, 1918-1919 temporary chaplain to the forces; in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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