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ABRAHAMWilliam PercivalSgtKaikoura1-Oct-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090139.JPGKIA, memorial serviceABRAHAM, William Percival, Sgt, Service No 7/152, d 6 Aug 1915 Gallipoli, son of Edward & Mary Abraham, Kaikoura http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C15?rs
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ABRAHAMWilliam PercivalSgtKaikoura1-Oct-156Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090140.JPGKIA, memorial service
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ANDREWP ODrStoke, Nelson1-Aug-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090115.JPGVolunteered for service"Dr. P. O. Andrew will shortly leave for England, where he will .place his services at the disposal of the British Government for war service in any capacity. Mrs Andrew, it is understood, will accompany the doctor." Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XLVIII, 15 June 1915, Page 4 ANDREW, P O, Lieut-Col NZMC, In "Historic Trentham, 1914-1917", Camp HQ Staff, page 18 http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-WH1Hist-t1-body-d2.html
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ANDREWMajor DrMilitary Camp, Trentham1-Dec-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090155.JPGOf StokeANDREW, P O, Lieut-Col NZMC, In "Historic Trentham, 1914-1917", Camp HQ Staff 1916 photo, seated 3rd from right, page 18 http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-WH1Hist-t1-body-d2.html. Not in cenotaphdb. ANDREW, Philip Oswald, attended 188-1888, Medical practitioner, M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. [Lond]; O.B.E. [Military] School list Nelson College http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson1.html. Also ANDREW, Philip Oswald, school # 576, attended 1889/90, served 1914/18, Lt-Col NZMC, OBE (Milit) 1919: From Wanganu Collegiate WW1 records http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sooty/wcollegiateww1.html"Dr. P. O. Andrew will shortly leave for England, where he will place his services at the disposal of the British Government for war service in any capacity. Mrs Andrew, it is understood, will accompany the doctor." Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XLVIII, 15 June 1915, Page 4"Te Rangi Hospital, where hundreds of Nelsonians drew their first breath, opened in 1915. The hospital was located on Collingwood Street, on the block between New and Halifax Streets …..In 1915 the property was bought by Doctors Phillip Andrew, Stanley Lucas, Francis Bett and William Johnston for the purpose of creating a dual maternity and surgical private hospital. http://www.theprow.org.nz/society/maternity-care-in-nelson)
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ATLAYHaroldLieut-CommanderUnknown1-Sep-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090129.JPGKIA, son of Bishop of HerefordATLAY, Harold Trevelyan, Lieut-Commander http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/D7602759. Revenge, pre-Dreadnought battleship, later Redoubtable, d 11 Non 1914, UK http://www.naval-history.net/xDKCas1914-11Nov.htm
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ATLAYHugh WordsworthMajorUnknown1-Sep-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090129.JPGKIA, son of Bishop of HerefordATLAY, Hugh Wordsworth, Major, Royal Field Artillery, d 11Apr 1915 Ypres, Belgium, son of James, sometime Bishop of Hereford and Frances Turner Atlay, his wife, of Hereford. http://www.everymanremembered.org/profiles/soldier/446339/
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BAIGENTCyrilSurgeon-CaptainDardanelles1-Sep-156Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090130.JPGWounded, son of H Baigent, Waimea St, NelsonBAIGENT, Cyril Victor Atmore, Major, NZ Med Corps, Service No 3/314, son of Henry Baigent, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C31957?rs
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BAIGENTCyrilSurgeon-CaptainUnknown1-Nov-152Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090144.JPGRecovered from woundsBAIGENT, Cyril Victor Atmore, Major, NZ Med Corps, Service No 3/314, son of Henry Baigent, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C31957?rs
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BAIGENTEPrivateUnknown1-Nov-152Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090144.JPGConvalescent, son of Mrs J Baigent, WakefieldProbably BAIGENT, Edward John, Private, Service No 6/752, son of Charlotte White & Joseph Baigent Wakefield Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C37734?rs
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BERNARDRobertLieutUnknown1-Sep-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090129.JPGKIA, son of Bishop of OssoryBERNARD, Robert, Lieut, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, d 26 Apr 1915 Gallipoli, son of the Most Rev. & Rt. Hon. J. H. Bernard, D.D., http://www.everymanremembered.org/profiles/soldier/605063/
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BESTPercy DPrivateAustralian Hospital, Ghezireh1-Sep-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090129.JPGWounded, son of John Best, ApplebyBEST, Percy Daniel, Private, Service No 6/1465, son of John Best, Appleby, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C38450?rs
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BESTPHospital, The Front1-Dec-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineSon of J Best, Appleby, recoveringBEST, Percy Daniel, Private, Service No 6/1465, son of John Best, Appleby, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C38450?rs
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BESWICK EMr Left for Trentham Camp1-Apr-1512Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090086.JPGOf Ward parish, to CampCould be BESWICK, George Ernest, Service No 7/1032, enlisted Ward, son of J G Beswick, Lyttelton http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C38454?rs
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Bishop of JerusalemNZ Camp, Cairo1-Apr-156Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090081.JPGLetter to Parish re NZ CampBishop of Jerusalem: in 1914 image P1090062, named as Dr Blyth. Re: Dr (George Francis Popham) Blyth see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Blyth
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Bishop of JerusalemNZ Camp, Cairo1-Apr-157Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090082.JPGLetter to Parish re NZ Camp
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Bishop of NelsonLiner "Osterley"1-Jun-159Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090096.JPGEncounter wirth German decoySADLIER, William Charles (bn 29 May 1867, d 1 Feb 1935) 4th Bishop of Nelson 1912-1934 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Sadlier
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Bishop of NelsonLiner "Osterley"1-Jun-1510Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090097.JPGEncounter wirth German decoySADLIER, William Charles (bn 29 May 1867, d 1 Feb 1935) 4th Bishop of Nelson 1912-1934 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Sadlier
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Bishop of NelsonNelson1-Aug-151Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090112.JPG7,000 men in Military campsSADLIER, William Charles (bn 29 May 1867, d 1 Feb 1935) 4th Bishop of Nelson 1912-1934 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Sadlier
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Bishop of NelsonNelson1-Sep-151Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090125.JPGFund raising for camps at Trentham and FeatherstonSADLIER, William Charles (bn 29 May 1867, d 1 Feb 1935) 4th Bishop of Nelson 1912-1934 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Sadlier
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BLYTHReginald C PophamCaptainUnknown1-Sep-156Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090130.JPGKIA, son of late Bishop BlythSee Captain REGINALD CROMMELIN POPHAM BLYTH - Killed in action 4th June 1915 - 1st Battalion; "Gloucestershire Regt Officers killed 1915", http://glosters.tripod.com/1915off.html. In 1914 image P1090062, the Bishop of Jerusalem is named as Dr Blyth. Re Dr (George Francis Popham) Blyth see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Blyth
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BOSOMWORTHJSgtUnknown1-Dec-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090156.JPGOf Kaikoura, recovered from woundsBOSOMWORTH, John, Corporal, Service No 7/172, enlisted Kaikoura, son of Mrs Amelia Bosomworth, Cheviot http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C38819?rs
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BOWDENKebleDardanelles1-Jul-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090102.JPGRemembering his death, son of Walter Bowden, Sunday school teacher Toi Toi ValleyBOWDEN, Keble Reginald, Corporal, Service No 10/645, d 8 May 1915 Gallipoli, son of Walter E & Clara Bowden, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1431?rs
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BOWDENK RSgtNelson1-Jul-156Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090103.JPGMemorial service, NelsonBOWDEN, Keble Reginald, Corporal, Service No 10/645, d 8 May 1915 Gallipoli, son of Walter E & Clara Bowden, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1431?rs
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BUSH-KINGC JRevUnknown1-Oct-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090139.JPGLetter re Rev T F TaylorBUSH-KING, Charles John Chaplain, Service No 2/626, enlisted with NZ Field Artillery, d 1 Nov 1950, NoK mother Mrs A King, Auckland http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C33862?rs
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CAMPBELLMajorUnknown1-Jul-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090102.JPGKIA, Of Cheviot Hills, son of Sir Charles Campbell, BartCAMPBELL, William Robinson (bn 26 Nov 1879, d 13 May 1915, son of Sir Charles Ralph CAMPBELL, 11th Bart & Sara (nee ROBINSON) see http://www.nzwargraves.org.nz/casualties/william-robinson-campbellSee also: Major William Robinson Campbell, DSO of the 14th Hussars, KIA 13 May 1915 near Ypres; Press, Volume LI, Issue 15284, 21 May 1915, Page 7
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CAMPBELLThe Front1-Jul-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090102.JPGAnother son of Sir Charles Campbell, BartProbably: Sir Charles Ralph Campbell, 12th Bart, bn 14 Dec 1881-d 19 Apr 1948, married Nancy Sarah Chapman 1915, became Captain in the service of the Reserve Regiment, 2nd Life Guards http://www.thepeerage.com/p20112.htmOther possibilities are: Sir Norman Dugald Ferrier Campbell of Auchinbreck, 13th Bart,.b. 19 October 1883, d. 20 January 1968, Captain in the service of the HQ Staff as OC Signals; or: Sir Louis Hamilton Campbell of Auchinbreck, 14th Bart. b. 29 September 1885, d.13 October 1970, fought in the First World War, with the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve. http://www.thepeerage.com/p20113.htm#i201122 (Both were also sons of Lady Sara & Sir Charles Ralph Campbell, 11th Bart).
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CARLYONDardanelles1-Aug-1513Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090122.JPGKIA, son of Mr Carlyon, WestportCARLYON, Samuel, MiD, Sapper, Service No 8/911 & 4/911A, d 1 June 1915 Gallipoli, son of Percy Frederick & Margaret Carlyon, Westport http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C40011?rs
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CHAMBERLINA OUnknown1-Jul-151Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090099.JPGStudentCould be: "The following are progressing satisfactorily at Cairo:— ... Canterbury Battalion: (Diarrhoea) Pvt. A. O. T. Chamberlin. …" Marlborough Express, Volume XLIX, Issue 262, 5 November 1915, Page 2 Roll of Honour. CHAMBERLIN, Augustus Ofa Talau, Service No 6/180, son of Augustus Frederick Chamberlin, Waimarino, King-country http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C40216?rs
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CHAYTORE W CColonelUnknown1-Jul-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090101.JPG
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CHAYTORE W CColonelUnknown1-Jul-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090102.JPGRecovering from woundsCHAYTOR, Edward William 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
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CHAYTOREdwardColonelUnknown1-Oct-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090137.JPGSon of J C Chaytor, Marshlands, MarlboroughCHAYTOR, Edward William 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
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CHAYTORD'ArcyColonelAlexandria1-Oct-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090137.JPGSon of J C Chaytor, Marshlands, MarlboroughCHAYTOR, D'Arcy, Service No 15/29 (previously served in South Africa) http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C127477?rs
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CHAYTORLawrenceLieutEngland1-Oct-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090137.JPGSon of J C Chaytor, Marshlands, Marlborough; wounded in DardanellesCHAYTOR, 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?rs
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CHAYTORAlfredCaptainFrance1-Oct-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090137.JPGSon of J C Chaytor, Marshlands, MarlboroughNot in cenotaph db
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CHAYTORLLieutLondon1-Nov-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090145.JPGIn 3rd General HospitalCHAYTOR, 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?rs
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CHINGHMrNew Zealand1-Dec-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090155.JPGSon of M Ching, Stoke, invalided homeCHING, Harold Louis, Private, Service No 6/756, son of Michael Ching, Stoke, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C40306?rs
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COCKJPrivateNelson1-Aug-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090115.JPGReturned on hospital ship Willochra, son of J H Cock, NelsonCOCK, John, Private Service No 10/305 in NZ Rifle Brigade, later 2nd Lieut Royal Flying Corps, d 14 Apr 1917 France, son of Joseph Henry & Elizabeth Mary Cock, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C33668?rs
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COLEMANSMrMilitary Camp, Trentham1-Dec-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090155.JPGSon of Major Coleman, RichmondCOLEMAN, Sydney James Murray, Service No 4/1756, son of W Coleman snr, Richmond, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C61777?rs
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COLEMANTomThe Front1-Dec-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090155.JPGSon of Major Coleman, RichmondCOLEMAN, Thomas Selwyn, Service No 7/1056, son of William Coleman (snr), Richmond, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C40736?rs
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COOKER GTrooperAustralia1-Sep-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090129.JPGJoined machine gun section, son of Mrs Cooke, RichmondCOOKE, Rudolph Grattan, Trooper, Service No 7/703, d 23 Dec 1916 Egypt, son of Mrs Jane (GS) Cooke, Richmond http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C3091?rs
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COURSEYJ FRevNelson1-Nov-1511Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090148.JPGMoved to Synod that too few Chaplains appointed to military COURSEY, 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?rs
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CROSSMANChaplainMilitary Camp, Totara Flat1-Apr-159Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090083.JPGGA Crossman listed in clergy of Nelson Diocese, Colonist, Volume LVII, Issue 13914, 21 October 1915, Page 3. Not in cenotaph dbRev George Arthur CROSSMAN (1878-1958, Takaka/Reefton. From "All Guts, No Glory" NSG-Nelson Branch.
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CUMPSTYCharles EStipendary ReaderNelson1-Aug-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090115.JPGEnlisted with ReinforcementsProbably Charles Edwin Cumpsty, school master, Greytown (previously Rangitumau Wairarapa), father of Pilot Officer Frederick William Ruakawa (Buster) Cumpsty, RNZAF (Squadron 75, RAF), KIA 31 Jul 1943 over Germany in WW2 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C17972
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CURLEG H Rev, ChaplainMilitary Camp, Tapawera1-Apr-1510Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090084.JPGThe Revs. J. R. Dart and G. H. Curle will be in attendance at the approaching military camps at Tapawera as Church of England chaplains. There will be a C.E.M.S. tent for the use of the men, and it will be in charge of Mr Ferry, of Greymouth. The Diocesan Secretary will be glad to receive gifts of illustrated papers and magazines for the use of the troops attending the camps." Colonist, Volume LVII, Issue 13734, 24 March 1915, Page 4The Rev George Henry Curle was Vicar of Motupiko. From "All Guts, No Glory" NSG-Nelson Branch. Not in cenotaph db
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CURLEG H Rev, ChaplainCasual Camp, Tapawera1-Jun-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090095.JPGThe Rev George Henry Curle was Vicar of Motupiko. From "All Guts, No Glory" NSG-Nelson Branch. Not in cenotaph db
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DALTONW HTrooperDardanelles1-Jul-157Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090104.JPGKIA, of HavelockDALTON, William Henry, Trooper, Service No 7/185, d 19 May 1915 Gallipoli, son of William Henry & Annie Dalton, Canvastown http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C3631?rs
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DALTONW HHavelock1-Aug-1512Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090121.JPGMemorial serviceDalton, William Henry, Trooper, Service No 7/185, d 19 May 1915 Gallipoli, son of William Henry & Annie Dalton, Canvastown http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C3631?rs
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DARTJ RRev, ChaplainMilitary Camp, Tapawera1-Apr-1510Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090084.JPGThe Revs. J. R. Dart and G. H. Curle will be in attendance at the approaching military camps at Tapawera as Church of England chaplains. There will be a C.E.M.S. tent for the use of the men, and it will be in charge of Mr Ferry, of Greymouth. The Diocesan Secretary will be glad to receive gifts of illustrated papers and magazines for the use of the troops attending the camps." Colonist, Volume LVII, Issue 13734, 24 March 1915, Page 4
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DART J R RevWakefield, Nelson1-Jul-151Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090099.JPGProposed as chaplain of hospital ship, Vicar of WakefieldNot searched for this
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DAVIDSONLieutUnknown1-Oct-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090138.JPGCommanded unit in which Lieut J P Hanmer served
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DAVIDSON (sic)FrancisLieutDardanelles1-Sep-156Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090130.JPGKIA, son of J H Davidson, St Leonards, Culverdon (sic)DAVISON, Francis, Lieut, Service No 7/639, d 7 Apr 1915 Gallipoli, son of John Hawdon & Margaret Davison, Culverden. (JH remarried Alice Wilmot Davison) http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C3773?rs
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de CASTROAllanTrooperDardanelles1-Oct-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090138.JPGKIA, son of W W de Castro, formerly of NelsonDe CASTRO, Alan Hirst, Trooper, Service No 7/187, enlisted Motueka, KIA (no date) Gallipoli, son of W De Castro, Invercargill http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C3835?rs
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de LAMBERTRRev, ChaplainMilitary Camp, Totara Flat1-Apr-159Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090083.JPGR de Lambert listed in clergy of Nelson Diocese, Colonist, Volume LVII, Issue 13914, 21 October 1915, Page 3. Not in cenotaph dbRev Richard de Lambert (1880-1949, Westport) . From "All Guts, No Glory" NSG-Nelson Branch.
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DECKR HLieutDardanelles1-Nov-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090145.JPGKIA, son of Dr Deck, MotuekaDECK, Robin Howell, 2nd Lieut, d 29 Aug 1915 Gallipoli, son of Henry O'Brien & Ethel Deck, Motueka wife Mabel Annie Deck, Wellington http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C3837?rs
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DIGGES-LA-TOUCHEEverardRevDardanelles1-Oct-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090138.JPGKIA, with AustraliansDIGGES LA TOUCHE, Everard, Lieut, ANZAC clergyman, bn IRE, enlisted in AIF, mortally wounded 6 Aug 1915 Lone Pine, Gallipoli https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/1DRL/0243/
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DOBSONC J H RevCairo1-Jul-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090101.JPGIll in hospital
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DOBSONC J HRevAlexandria1-Aug-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090114.JPG
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DOBSONC J HRev, ChaplainHospital ship1-Sep-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090127.JPGAlexandria to Gallipoli
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DOBSONC J HRev, ChaplainGallipoli1-Sep-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090128.JPGMet friends in Gallipoli
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DOBSONC J HRevGallipoli1-Nov-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090145.JPGBack in trenches
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DOBSONC J HCapt-ChaplainHospital, Mudros1-Dec-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090156.JPGIllDOBSON, 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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DOBSON C J HRevCairo1-Jul-151Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090099.JPGIn 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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EAGERN FEgypt1-Jul-151Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090099.JPGStudent of St John's College AucklandNeale Fitzgerald Eager, born 6th November 1887. Recently digitised service records shows that he actually survived the war. The occupation listed on his form was ‘Divinity Student’ and was then changed to ‘Chemist’. He was discharged from the New Zealand Expeditionary Force and commissioned into the Royal Flying Corps in 1917. died 1920 in Suez, Egypt. Died of exposure, aged 32. https://jktlibrary.wordpress.com/
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EASTONWMrLeft for Egypt1-Apr-1512Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090086.JPGOf Ward parish, to EgyptCould be EASTON, William Boult, Trooper, Service No 7/1459, Nelson College, mother Mrs E B Easton http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C42597?rs
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EDINGERP ALeaving for Front1-Jul-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090102.JPGFrom BlenheimEDINGER, Philip Arthur, Service No 6/3006, son of Mrs S.A. Edinger, Farnham, Blenheim http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C42636?rs
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EDWARDSH L GLieutUnknown1-Sep-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090129.JPGKIAEDWARDS, Hugh Laidley Garland, Lieut, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, d 16 May 1915 France, son of Alfred George Edwards, Bishop of St Asaph http://www.clwydfhs.org.uk/cofadeiladau/stasaph_wm.htm
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EDWARDSH L GLieutUnknown1-Sep-156Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090130.JPGSon of Bishop of St Asaph
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FAIRC (sic)PrivateUnknown1-Aug-1514Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090123.JPGWounded, of WestportFAIR, Charles Patrick, Sapper with NZ Engineers Coy, Service no 4/67, enlisted England Sep 1914, wounded Gallipoli, invalided to NZ Jan 1916. Elder brother of Ernest & Arthur FairNB, a brother of Charles Patrick Fair: FAIR, Ernest, Service No 2/1773, NZ Field Artillery, enlisted Westport, NoK brother JW Fair, Westport http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C42949?rs"Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fair, jun., of Westport left for Wellington by the Mapourika, to meet Gunner Fair, returning from the Dardanelles by tne Tahiti." Grey River Argus , 10 September 1915, Page 3Another brother of Ernest Fair: FAIR, Arthur, attended Nelson College 1900-1904, served in WW1 in Palestine with the Suffolk Regiment, B.E.F., Captain, M.C http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson3.html
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FERRYF JMrMilitary Camp, Totara Flat1-Apr-159Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090083.JPG"The Revs. J. R. Dart and G. H. Curle will "be in attendance at the approaching military camps at Tapawera as Church of England chaplains. There will be a C.E.M.S. tent for the use of the men, and it will be in charge of Mr Ferry, of Greymouth. The Diocesan Secretary will be glad to receive gifts of illustrated papers and magazines for the use of the troops attending the camps." Colonist, Volume LVII, Issue 13734, 24 March 1915, Page 4Rev Francis James Ferry (1889-1988) Vicar of Murchison. From "All Guts, No Glory" NSG-Nelson Branch. Not in cenotaph db 
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FERRYF J MrMilitary Camp, Tapawera1-Apr-1510Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090084.JPG
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FRYSON (sic) OliverUnknown1-Sep-156Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090130.JPGKIA, son of Bishop Fyson (sic)Correct name FYSON, Oliver (Pvt) (1884-1915) KIA 23 Apr 1915 Ypres, Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment), Son of the Rt. Rev. Bishop P. K. Fyson and of Eleanor Fyson, of Elmley Lovett Rectory, Droitwich, England.http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/1592329
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GALEJohn F EPrivateKaikoura1-Oct-156Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090140.JPGKIA, memorial servicePossibly: "The flag was half-masted at Booth, Macdonald, and Co.'s Carlyle works at Christchurch for Jack Gale, who was killed in action at Longido, German East Africa.... He studied engineering at Canterbury College in 1908-9, and was about twenty-five years of age. He was a son of the late Dr Gale and grandson of Mr Estcourt Parsons (Kaikoura). Marlborough Express, Volume XLIX, Issue 30, 5 February 1915, Page 5
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GARRETTH FLieutDardanelles1-Sep-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090129.JPGKIA, son of Mrs E T Garrett, missionary, India, and grandson of Mrs Hunter-Brown, NelsonGARRETT.—Lieutenant Hubert Frederick Garrett, East Yorkshire Regiment, elder son of E. T. Garrett, Melbourne, aud grandson of Mrs Hunter-Brown, Lung Look Out, Nelson. Killed in action at the Dardanelles about June 4th, aged 21. Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XLVIII, 10 August 1915, Page 4Lieutenant Hubert Frederick GARRETT, East Yorkshire Regiment, d 4 June 1915, memorial Turkey (including Gallipoli), son of Son of Edward Thomas Garrett and Norah Garrett. http://www.everymanremembered.org/profiles/soldier/1416110/Not: Captain Henry Fawcett GARRETT, 6th Battalion, The East Yorkshire Rgt "went out to Gallipoli in July, 1915, and took part in the landing at Suvla Bay on August 7th, and it was there that he met his death on August 22nd, 1915. Age 29. http://www.yorkshireindexers.info/wiki/index.php?title=GARRETT,_Henry_Fawcett
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GIBLINWMrNew Zealand1-Dec-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090155.JPGOf Stoke, home from DardanellesGIBLIN, Wilfred Robert, Private, Service No 6/1538, d 14 Feb 1916 of wounds at Gallipoli, son of David Giblin, Stoke, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C35037?rs
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GRACEHastingsGallipoli1-Sep-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090128.JPGSon of Archdeacon GraceGRACE, Francis Hastings, Lance Corporal, Service No 7/513, son of Archdeacon Thomas Samuel & Rhoda Caroline Grace, Blenheim http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C44433?rsBrother of Francis H Grace, (son of Archdeacon Grace jnr), Humphrey Gilbert GRACE, was Captain, Indian Army, who won a MC in Mesopotamia
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GRACECampbellNorth sea1-Nov-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090146.JPGIn Navy, son of Rev G F GracePossibly GRACE, Walter Keir Campbell, son of Rev George Frederick & Caroline Grace, for birth see NZ BMD online: late of Alfold Surrey, ENGRev George Frederick Grace of Alfold Surrey, ENG was a brother of Thomas Samuel Grace jnr, Archdeacon of Blenheim; see NZ BMD online Grace, Walter Keir Campbell, Date of Birth: 18 June 1890, Rank: Paymaster Lieutenant; Date of Appointment: 15 July 1907; Admiralty Officers records http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/D7576431
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GRACEHandleyLieutFrance1-Nov-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090145.JPGPossibly GRACE, Handley Carleton, Captain, Northamptonshire Rgt http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C1073986. Son of Rev George Frederick & Caroline Grace, late of Alfold Surrey, ENGRev George Frederick Grace of Alfold Surrey, ENG was a brother of Thomas Samuel Grace jnr, Archdeacon of Blenheim; see NZ BMD online
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HAMMONDGSgtDardanelles1-Sep-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090129.JPGWounded, of RichmondHAMMOND, Godfrey John, Sgt, Service No 6/247, son of Alexander G Hammond, Richmond, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C45063?rs
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HAMMONDGSgtNew Zealand1-Dec-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090155.JPGSon of A Hammond, Richmond, invalided homeHAMMOND, Godfrey John, Sgt, Service No 6/247, son of Alexander G Hammond, Richmond, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C45063?rs
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HAMPSONGPrivateUnknown1-Jul-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090101.JPGWounded, son of E W Hampson, NelsonCould be HAMPSON, George Albert, 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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HAMPSONGPrivateThe Front1-Aug-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090115.JPGSon of W S Hampson, NelsonHAMPSON, George Albert, Service No 6/486, son of William S Hampson, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C45077?rs
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HAMPSONGeorgeCorporalPaignton, Torquay1-Nov-152Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090144.JPGIn American Women's HospitalHAMPSON, George Albert, Service No 6/486, son of William S Hampson, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C45077?rs
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HANMER"Tony"TrooperUnknown1-Oct-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090138.JPGKIA, son of George HanmerHANMER, Anthony Hugh, Lance Corporal, Service No 7/515, d 10 Aug 1915 Gallipoli, son of George & Ruth Hanmer, Christchurch http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6273?rs
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HANMERJ PLieutThe Front1-Oct-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090138.JPGWith Australians, wounded, son of George HanmerHANMER, John Percy, Medic AIF, Service No 1832, d 28 Mar 1918 Bailleul France, son of George Hanmer, Christchurch http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/80486?rs
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HARKNESSC D LieutMilitary Camp, Trentham1-Dec-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090155.JPGSon of Dixon (sic) Harkness, RichmondHARKNESS, Charles Dickson, Service No 8/4063, son of W Dickson Harkness, Richmond http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C66650?rs
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HARLEYWMrsNelson1-Apr-1510Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090084.JPGReport re troops at front
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HOULKERJamesCaptainDardanelles1-Jul-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090102.JPGRecovering from woundHOULKER, James, Major, Service No 6/1572, d 10 Aug 1915 on hospital ship, NoK mother Mrs William Houlker, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7218?rs
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HOULKERJamesCaptainDardanelles1-Sep-157Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090131.JPGReported dead, memorial service held, then reported living but wounded a 4th timeHOULKER, James, Major, Service No 6/1572, d 10 Aug 1915 on hospital ship, NoK mother Mrs William Houlker, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7218?rs
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HOULKERJamesMajorEngland1-Oct-154Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090138.JPGWounded not killed
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HOULKERJamesCaptainHospital ship, "Valdez"1-Nov-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090145.JPGDied, en route to EnglandHOULKER, James, Major, Service No 6/1572, d 10 Aug 1915 on hospital ship, NoK mother Mrs William Houlker, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7218?rs
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HUDSONPhilipSurgeon ProbationerHMS Laurel1-Aug-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090116.JPGReturned to medical school from HMS Laurel, one of 3 sons of Mrs Hudson, NelsonPossibly HUDSON, Philip, at Nelson College 1902-1904, served in WW1, Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson4.html
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HUDSONCLance CorporalUnknown1-Aug-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090116.JPGWith Australian engineers, wounded, one of 3 sons of Mrs Hudson, NelsonPossibly HUDSON, Charles, attended Nelson College 1902-3, served in WW1 with Australian Forces as Lieutenant, M.C. & MiD http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson4.html
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HUDSONWLieutLondon1-Aug-155Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090116.JPGJoined Kitchener's army, recently left Nelson College, one of 3 sons of Mrs Hudson, NelsonHUDSON, William, attended Nelson College 1908-1914, Served in WW1 as Lieutenant, 1st London Regiment BEF. http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson4.html
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HUDSONT HCorporalTaplow1-Nov-152Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090144.JPGIn Canadian Hospital, son of R P Hudson MP MotuekaHUDSON, Thomas Henry, Corporal, Service No 10/727, d 18 May 1916 of disease, England son of Richard Phineas Hudson, Motueka http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7284?rs
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HUDSONCCorporalAlexandria1-Nov-153Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090145.JPGImproving, in Bombay HospitalPossibly HUDSON, Charles, attended Nelson College 1902-3, served in WW1 with Australian Forces as Lieutenant, M.C. & MiD http://shadowsoftime.co.nz/nelson4.html
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HUGHESR F APrivateDardanelles1-Jul-157Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090104.JPGKIA, of HavelockHUGHES, Robert Francis Augustus, Service No 6/267, d 8 May 1915 Daisy Patch Gallipoli, son of James & Sydney A Hughes, Canvastown http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7311?rs
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HUGHESR F AHavelock1-Aug-1512Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090121.JPGMemorial service HUGHES, Robert Francis Augustus, Service No 6/267, d 8 May 1915 Daisy Patch Gallipoli, son of James & Sydney A Hughes, Canvastown http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7311?rs
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INGRAME APlatoon SgtDardanelles1-Aug-156Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican records 1915\P1090117.JPGDied of wounds, son of J B Ingram, RichmondINGRAM, Ernest Arthur, Sgt, Service No 6/656, d 3 May 1915 Gallipoli, son of J B & Annie Ingram, Richmond, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7484?rs
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