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ADAMSN PColonel Featherston Military Camp01-Mar-184Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140403.JPGCommandant of Camp"Colonel N. P. Adams, C.M.G., Camp Commandant, Featherston ….was responsible for the training of the men and the administration of the camp. He had to see that the syllabus of training was carried out, but was not responsible for the efficiency of the men.... " in Sun, Volume V, Issue 1326, 14 May 1918, Page 9, Defence Expense
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All Saint's ParishNelson01-Dec-184Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150511.JPGAll churches closed because of influenza epidemic
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AMBROSEG MRev, ChaplainCanadian Casualty Clearing Station01-Jun-185Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150438.JPGWrote letter to Mrs Hedges re wounds to her husband
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AnonymousThe Front01-Sep-187Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150483.JPGExtracts from reports by NZ Officers: NZ patients in hospital is 25 in quiet times to 50 during a German push; soldiers pleased to see any NZ padre (regardless of denomination)
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Archbishop of PerthNelson01-Jun-181Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150434.JPGIn report from Bishop of Nelson, one of 3 Australian ministers at Front Riley, Charles Owen Leaver (1854–1929) http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/riley-charles-owen-leaver-8213
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Archdeacon of GreymouthGreymouth01-Feb-1810Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140393.JPGThanksgiving service for recent victories at PalestineYORK, George William (1858-1944), Archdeacon Mawhera Greymouth 1903-1919 http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_dunedin2003.pdf
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BAIGENTJoeCorporalUnknown01-Feb-185Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140390.JPGWounded, previously awarded Military Medal, son of Mrs Baigent, WakefieldBAIGENT, Joseph Thomas, Private, Service No 29214, son of Charlotte White Baigent and Joseph Baigent. Wakefield, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C78558?rs
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BAMFORDE E Rev, ChaplainMoascer Camp, Egypt01-Apr-1816Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140417.JPGIn report "The Church & our boys"BAMFORD, Eric Ellerslie, Chaplain, son of FA Bamford, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C99506?rs
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BARRATTGeorgePrivateFrance01-Feb-187Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140392.JPGDied of wounds, son of H J Barratt, KaikouraCould be BARRATT, George William Frank, Service No 29208 d 25 Dec 1917 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C760?rs
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BERRYMANStanleyLieutPalestine01-Apr-1811Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140414.JPGKIA, son of H G Berryman Stanley DownsBERRYMAN, Stanley, Lieut, Service No 7/166, d 30 Mar 1918 Palestine, son of Henry Giles Berryman and Mary Redman Berryman, of Stanley Downs, Kohatu, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1101?rs
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Bishop of AucklandRotorua01-Sep-189Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150485.JPGAt official opening of Rotorua Soldiers' Institute AVERILL, 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)
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Bishop of BathurstNelson01-Jun-181Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150434.JPGIn report from Bishop of Nelson, one of 3 Australian ministers at Front George Merrick Long https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Long_(bishop)
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Bishop of JerusalemJerusalem01-May-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140419.JPGWith permission of the military he has returned to Jerusalem
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Bishop of JerusalemPalestine01-Oct-1810Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150496.JPGExtract of report, calling for support for hospitals at Gaza, Jaffa, Nablus & Salt
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Bishop of KalgoorlieNelson01-Jun-181Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150434.JPGIn report from Bishop of Nelson, one of 3 Australian ministers at Front Cyril Golding-Bird https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyril_Golding-Bird
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Bishop of NelsonFeatherston Military Camp01-Mar-184Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140403.JPGVisited Camp
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Bishop of NelsonFeatherston Camp01-Mar-186Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140405.JPGLed service noting harmony from chaplains helping each other
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Bishop of NelsonHavelock01-Jul-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150454.JPGInvolved in Home Mission Fund Festivals supporting soldiers & the Diocese
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Bishop of NelsonHavelock01-Jul-183Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150455.JPGInvolved in Home Mission Fund Festivals spoke of his call to The Front
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Bishop of NelsonUnknown01-Jul-1811Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150461.JPGDeparted for the Front
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Bishop of NelsonUnknown01-Jul-1812Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150462.JPGDeparted as Chaplain for the Front
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Bishop of NelsonNelson01-Oct-184Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150490.JPGThanksgiving for safe arrival in England
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Bishop of NelsonNelson01-Dec-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150509.JPGReport of journey home; as well as Chaplain, he was Chief Censor of correspondencehttp://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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Bishop of WaiapuRotorua01-Sep-189Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150485.JPGAt official opening of Rotorua Soldiers' 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 WellingtonRotorua01-Sep-188Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150484.JPGAt official opening of Rotorua Soldiers' Institute (also Chairman of Military Affairs Committee)Thomas Henry SPROTT, Bishop of Wellington 911-1936 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Sprott_(bishop)
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BLACKBURNEH GRev, ChaplainAwapuni01-Aug-1811Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150472.JPGIn report of Military Affairs Committee BLACKBURNE, Harry Gordon, 04 Jun 1915-1924 vicar Palmerston North, in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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BOYESEsmondBomardierUnknown01-Jun-184Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150437.JPGIn hospital with wounds, son of E E Boyes, NelsonBOYES, Esmond Ernest Cave, Service No 12879, son of EE Boyes, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C71858?rs
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BRENTBishopNelson01-Jun-181Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150434.JPGIn report from Bishop of Nelson, American minister withdrawn from Philippines now at Front Charles Henry Brent, Bishop of the Philippines, and of Western New York, 1929 https://liturgyandmusic.wordpress.com/2011/03/27/march-27-charles-henry-brent-bishop-of-the-philippines-and-of-western-new-york-1929/
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BROOKS (sic)F J M J (Jack)TrooperKaikoura01-Feb-187Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140392.JPGMemorial service of his deathProbably: BROOKE, Frederic John Medows (sic) 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 I919 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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BROWNINGFrankFrance01-May-1819Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150433.JPGIn Report from Melanesia Mission, with RAMCCould be: "Rev W Frank Browning RAMC, brother of Captain John Selwyn Browning of Norfolk Island, who enlisted in Canadian Cavalry (Dke of Wellington's Rgt 1915) winning MC, Ccroix de Guerre and Belgian Ordre de Leopold." Otago Daily Times , Issue 17312, 11 May 1918, Page 8
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BRYAN-BROWNG SRevThe Front01-May-1810Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150425.JPGChaplain at front, killedSee 1918 records
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BURGINJ RRevRotorua01-Sep-188Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150484.JPGAt official opening of Rotorua Soldiers' Institute BURGIN, John Robert, 28 Sep 1917-1918 honorary assistant curate S Mary cathedral Auckland, chaplain to returned soldiers Auckland district; in Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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BURTONCanonLondon01-Jun-1813Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150446.JPGPrincipal Chaplain to NZ Forces. In letter by A H Lloyd, Church Army, London.Canon Burton & Bishop of Nelson visited troops in isolation at Lark Hill, England. Colonist, Volume LXI, Issue 14942, 12 December 1918, Page 4. (Lark Hill camp was on the Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire)BURTON, Rev Canon H D, Chaplains’ Dept; in Page 19, MENTION FOR SERVICES, Men of the NZEF who have been brought to the notice of the Secretary of State for War for valuable services rendered in connection with the war: AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS 20 JUNE 1918
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CARLILEWilsonHon Chief SecretaryLondon01-Feb-1815Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140396.JPGReport of activities for troopsWilson Carlile, CH (1847–1942) was an English evangelist who founded the Church Army https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilson_Carlile
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CHARTERTMrRotorua Institute01-Nov-189Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150505.JPGTo leave for Egypt to serve troopsCHARTER, T, Church Army Represenatative (Indulgence Passenger), embarked on Moeraki 11 Oct 1918 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C115678?rs
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Chiefs of Arawa tribeRotorua01-Sep-189Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150485.JPGTwo at official opening of Rotorua Soldiers' Institute, made gifts of money for billiard table
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Church ArmyEngland, France, Germany01-Jan-1813Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140384.JPGReport of activities for troops
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Church ArmyEngland, France, Germany01-Jan-1814Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140385.JPGReport of activities for troops
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Church ArmyEngland, France, Germany01-Jan-1815Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140386.JPGReport of activities for troops
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Church ArmyFrance01-Jun-1813Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150446.JPGHuts at Front providing soldiers with place for rest, food and drink
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COLEMANMotupiko01-Oct-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150488.JPGWounded, one of 3 sons of FJ Coleman, MotupikoCOLEMAN, Robert Alwyn, Private, Service No 29220, son of Mrs F J Coleman, Motupiko, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C78573?rs
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COLEMANMotupiko01-Oct-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150488.JPGKilled, one of 3 sons of FJ Coleman, Motupiko"Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Coleman, of Motupiko, have received advice that their son, Private E. A. Coleman, was killed in action on August 25th. He left with the Thirteenth Reinforcements. They have also been advised that their son Lance-Corporal E, A. Coleman was wounded on September 3rd. No details are yet to hand as to the nature of -his wound. This is the second time he has been wounded." Colonist, Volume LX, Issue 14868, 17 September 1918, Page 4COLEMAN, Ewart Ashton, Private, Service No 24140, d 24 Aug 1918, Bapaume, France, son of Frederick James & Alice Louisa Coleman, Motupiko, later Kohatu, Nelson
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COLEMANNelson Hospital01-Oct-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150488.JPGWounded in France, invalided home, one of 3 sons of FJ Coleman, MotupikoCOLEMAN, Phillip Leslie, Rifleman, Service No 44577, son of FJ Coleman, Kohatu, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C89330?rs No evidence that he was wounded or invalided homeIs this a relative?? COLEMAN, Francis Allan, Private, Service No 29219, son of WF Coleman, Motupiko, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C78572?rs, Wounded France 3 June 1917 Colonist, Volume LVIII, Issue 14435, 20 June 1917, Page 12
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COOKETPrivate, VCKaikoura01-May-185Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140420.JPGKIA, son of Mrs T CookeSee 1918 records
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COURSEYJRevWestport01-Feb-1816Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140397.JPGIn report by Canon Taylor
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COURSEYJ FRevWestport01-Apr-1811Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140414.JPGParish responsible for supplying Camp Insitutes with cake & fruit in May
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COURSEYJ FRevKaramea01-May-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140419.JPGFrom Karamea, he & Rev Jermyn selected as Chaplains to Expeditionary Forces
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COURSEYJ FRevWestport01-Jun-186Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150439.JPGLike other Clergy from Diocese on active service, he had worked on West Coast (Westport)
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COURSEYJ FRevRichmond01-Jul-186Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150456.JPGInvolved in Home Mission Fund Festivals, spoke of the need in the trenches
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COURSEYRevBlenheim01-Oct-183Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150489.JPGTalk of of war experiences in FranceCOURSEY, 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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COURSEYRev MrBlenheim01-Nov-184Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150504.JPGAssiisted raising funds for church Army to buy 4 Army Huts
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CRAVENLeslieLieutBlenheim Hospital01-Feb-186Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140391.JPGReturned home, patient in local hospital, of GrovetownCRAVEN, Leslie Alec, MC, Service No 7/511, 4 Oct 1918 NZ, son of Alexander Craven, Grovetown, Blenheim http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C20009?rs
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CRAVENLeslie AlexLieu, MCWairau Hospital01-Nov-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150501.JPGDied of wounds at Gaza, Palestine, youngest son of A Craven, GrovetownCRAVEN, Leslie Alec, MC, Service No 7/511, 4 Oct 1918 NZ, son of Alexander Craven, Grovetown, Blenheim http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C20009?rs"Lieut. Leslie Alex Craven died at the Wairau Hospital this morning ... was 24 years of age, was the youngest son or Mr A. Craven, of Grovetown. ...he was a member of the teaching staff of the Grovetown School .... he was awarded the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry in action at the second battle of Gaza, in tle Palestine Campaign, on which occasion he was disabled by a shrapnel wound in the spine. He came back to New Zealand grieviouslv paralysed, reaching Wellington on Christmas Day, 1917. After an interval of a few weeks there, he was removed to Blenheim and placed in the Wairau Hospital, where he remained throughout." Marlborough Express, Volume LII, Issue 241, 3 October 1918, Page 4
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DAVISRRevTauherenikau Camp01-Aug-1811Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150472.JPGIn report of Military Affairs Committee was on hospital ship "Maheno"
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DAVISP CRevTauherenikau Camp01-Dec-187Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150514.JPGIn report of Military Affairs Committee and author of Camp reporthttp://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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DAVISPercy CCFTauherenikau Camp01-Dec-188Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150515.JPGReport of Camp & embarking on troopship
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DOBSONC J HRevFrance01-Mar-187Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140406.JPGWounded again, appointed Assistant Principal Chaplain for the Division, FranceDOBSON, 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 Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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DOBSONCRevWestport01-Jun-186Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150439.JPGLike other Clergy from Diocese on active service, he had worked on West Coast (Runanga)
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DOBSONMrUnknown01-Aug-188Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150470.JPGIn extracts of letter from Corporal H W Sadlier
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DRUMMONDA RPrivateHornchurch Hospital01-Jun-184Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150437.JPGWound healing, son of Alex DrummondPrivate AR Drummond: listed among wounded not severely. Nelson Evening Mail, Volume LII, Issue 87, 16 April 1918, Page 2
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EATWELLSapperNew Zealand01-Oct-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150488.JPGWounded, invalided home, recovering slowlyEATWELL, Herbert John, Private, 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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EditorNelson Diocese01-Dec-181Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150508.JPGArticle "Cessation of Hostilities", asserting "Right has been vindicated"
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FARNELLA JLieutFrance01-Jan-1810Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140382.JPGWith 26th Reinforcemnts2nd Lieut Farnell promoted to Lieut, Canterbury Regt, Promotions in the Field Otago Daily Times, Issue 17397, 19 August 1918, Page 6 FARNELL, Allen James, 2nd Lieut, Service No 44191, church student, son of Mrs Jane Farnell, Havelock Suburban, Marlborough http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C94386?rs
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FENEMOR Unknown01-Oct-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150488.JPGDied of wounds, of Stanley BrookNot in cenotaph. "January 22nd. Mr William Fenemor, of Stanley Brook, has been further advised that his two sons, Privates W. H. J.:and R. A. Fenemor, who were admitted to the Military Hospital at Endell street, London, were transferred to a convalescent depot at Hornchurch on. December 29th.' Colonist, Volume LX, Issue 14641, 20 February 1918, Page 4Sons of William Fenemor, Stanley Brook, Nelson;FENEMOR, William Henry Joseph, Private, Service No 42796 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C87156?rs: FENEMOR, Robert Ashley, Rifleman, Service No 52076, http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C95476?rs
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FRIBERGRev MrPicton01-Aug-186Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150468.JPGAt his retirement he saw "the days of the great war" now drawing to a close".Rev N Friberg served on West Coast, Kaikoura & Picton, see Farewell in Marlborough Express, Volume LII, Issue 152, 1 July 1918, Page 4
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GILFILLANV TRevTrentham Camp01-Jul-1813Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150463.JPGFrom Auckland, now Assistant Chaplain to Canon Taylor
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GILFILLANTrevor VCFTrentham Camp01-Aug-1812Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150473.JPGNotes fewer men accepting Church's teachingGILFILLAN, Trevor Vincent Gould, Jun 1918 on active service in New Zealand armed forces World War 1: Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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Governor GeneralRotorua01-Sep-188Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150484.JPGAt official opening of Rotorua Soldiers' InstituteEarl of Liverpool, GCMG, MVO, PC; 1912-1920; https://gg.govt.nz/the-governor-general/historical/former.htm
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GRACEWilliam T HLieutEngland01-Sep-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150478.JPGIn hospital, wounded again, son of L M Grace, WellingtonGRACE, Lawrence William Te Heu Heu http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C90052?rs=
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GRACERichardFrance01-Sep-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150478.JPGWounded, son of L M Grace, WellingtonGRACE, Richard Tukino Fairfax, served with B E F WW1 while medical student at Edinburgh http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson3.html http://teaohou.natlib.govt.nz/journals/teaohou/issue/Mao47TeA/c36.html
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GRACEHamiLieutGallipoli01-Sep-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150478.JPGKIA ot Sari Bair, son of L M Grace, WellingtonGRACE, Thomas Marshall Percy (Hami) bn 11 Jul 1890, d 8 Aug 1915 2nd Lieut http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C5756?rs
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HANBYH O TRevRotorua01-Oct-188Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150494.JPGAppointed Chaplain Rotorua Institute, was Vicar of Fairliehttp://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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HANNENsonUnknown01-Oct-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150488.JPGLost in war, of KiwiCould be HANNEN, John KIA Gallipoli son of Hugh Hannen Tadmor http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6285?rs3rd son Hannen Stanley served overseas mother Elizabeth Ann Hannen Tadmor
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HANNENsonUnknown01-Oct-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150488.JPGLost in war, of KiwiCould be HANNEN, Steve, L-Corp, KIA 17 Aug 1918 France son of Hugh & EA hannen Tadmor http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6286?rs
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HARKNESSC A LieutHospital, Dover01-Jan-1811Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140383.JPGWounded, son of Dixon (sic) HarknessHARKNESS, Charles Dickson, attended Nelson College 1906-1907, served in WW1, Captain http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson4.html; see also HARNESS, Charles Dickson, 2nd Lieut, Service No 8/4063, W. Dickson Harkness, Richmond, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C66650?rsBrother Noel Spencer Harkness, Gunner, Service No 2/2838, son of WD Harkness Richmond, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C64960
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Havelock ParishHavelock01-Dec-185Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150512.JPGThanksgiving service held on day Armistice signed by Germany
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HEDGESSgt-MajorFrance01-Jan-1810Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140382.JPGWounded, with 26th ReinforcemntsHEDGES, Alfred Ernest, Sgt Major, Service No 60 & 32565, d 13 Dec 1917 France or Belgium http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6725?rs
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HEDGESA ESgtThe Front01-Feb-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140387.JPGDied of wounds, tribute by BishopHEDGES, Alfred Ernest, Sgt Major, Service No 60 & 32565, d 13 Dec 1917 France or Belgium http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6725?rs
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HEDGESA ESgtNelson01-Feb-185Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140390.JPGMemorial service for his deathHEDGES, Alfred Ernest, Sgt Major, Service No 60 & 32565, d 13 Dec 1917 France or Belgium http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6725?rs
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HEDGESA ENelson01-Apr-183Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140413.JPGIn Memorium, for him and other prominent members of Diocese recently diedHEDGES, Alfred Ernest, Sgt Major, Service No 60 & 32565, d 13 Dec 1917 France or Belgium http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6725?rs
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HEDGESMrsNelson01-Jun-185Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150438.JPGReceived 3 letters re he husband, 1st re his wounds, 2nd re his burial in Military Cemetery, Lyssenthoek, Belgium; 3rd from him re his forthcoming battle
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HEDGESA ENelson01-Oct-185Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150491.JPGSynod expresses its loss & sympathy to hs family on his deathHEDGES, Alfred Ernest, Sgt Major, Service No 60 & 32565, d 13 Dec 1917 France or Belgium http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6725?rs
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HILLJohn GeorgeThe Front01-Jun-1816Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150449.JPGKIA, of Dobson TownHill, George (John George), Private, Service No 53859, KIA 14 Apr 1918 France, son of the late William and Mary Jane Hill, of Dobson; husband of Annie Hill, of Dobson, Brunnerton, Greymouth. NZ WW1 Roll of Honour http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sooty/nzefrohHI-HY.html. In cenotaph db, named just George Hill, Service No 53859,d Somme France
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HOUCHENClementRev, ChaplainNew Zealand01-Aug-1812Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150473.JPGSeverely wounded when Chaplain with forces
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HOUCHENClementRevNew Zealand01-Aug-1813Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150474.JPGSeverely wounded when Chaplain with forcesHOUCHEN, Clement, Chaplain, MC at Flers, France, Service No 18/12, wounded at Flers http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C35061?rs=
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House of LordsLondon01-Feb-1818Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140399.JPGPraising the work of the 2200 army chaplains
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House of LordsLondon01-Feb-1819Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140400.JPG130 decorations awarded to chaplains include 2 VCs
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HUDSONWLieutNelson01-Jul-181Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150453.JPGOn furlough from France, with Imperial Forces, son of James Hudson, TapaweraHUDSON, William, attended Nelson College 1908-1914 Served in WW1 as Lieutenant, 1st London Regiment B.E.F. http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson4.html. Brother of Lieut W Hudson was HUDSON, Athol, 2nd Lieut, Service No 24/1527, d 14 July 1916 Somme, France, son of Dr James & Beatrix Hudson, Tapawera, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7277?rs Dr James Hudson (bn 1854 ENG, d 1912 in motor acccident Spooner Range Nelson) emig to NZ in 1880 http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/2h53/hudson-james
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INNES-JONESEvanLieutEngland01-Dec-185Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150512.JPGWounded at Gallipoli, 4th son in active service of Herbert Innes-JonesINNES-JONES, Evan Scott, Service no 13/374, 2nd Lieut, d 7 Nov 1918, son of Herbert & Mary Innes-Jones http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7496?rs
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INNES-JONESEvanLieutEngland01-Dec-186Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150513.JPGWounded at Gallipoli, died of pneumonia on arriving in EnglandINNES-JONES, Evan Scott, Service no 13/374, 2nd Lieut, d 7 Nov 1918, son of Herbert & Mary Innes-Jones http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7496?rs
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JERMYNJ A RevKaramea01-May-182Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140419.JPGFrom Karamea, he & Rev Coursey selected as Chaplains to Expeditionary Forces
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JERMYNJ A RevWestport01-Jun-186Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150439.JPGLike other Clergy from Diocese on active service, he had worked on West Coast (Karamea)
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JERMYNJ A RevUnknown01-Aug-188Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150470.JPGIn extracts of letter from Corporal H W Sadlier & has written to Diocese JERMYN, 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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JOHNSONH ARev, CFFeatherston Camp01-Mar-1814Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1140411.JPGTo whom cake & fruit gifts to be sent "for our boys"
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JOHNSONRevFeatherston Camp01-Aug-1811Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150472.JPGIn report of Military Affairs Committee grateful for gifts of cake
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JOHNSONA MRevWellington01-Aug-1812Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150473.JPGNotes that of 40 Chaplains from Church of England NZ, 4 have won the VC JOHNSON, Allan Macdonald, 15 Oct 1911-1929 vicar S Paul pro-cathedral Wellington; Blain Biographical Directory for Anglican Clergy in the South Pacific http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_directory/directory.pdf
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JOHNSONH RevUnknown01-Dec-187Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150514.JPGIn report of Military Affairs Committee; left on active service
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Kaikoura parishKaikoura01-Sep-184Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1918\P1150480.JPGSpecial Intercession service held marking 4th anniversary of outbreak of War
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