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ALLENJ H LieutNelson01-Jun-166Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100189.JPGSynod vote of sympathy to relativesProbably: ALLEN, John Hugh, Lieut Essex Rgt, 1st Battalion, d 6 June 1915 Gallipoli, son of Colonel the Honourable Sir James Allen, KCB (Minister of Defence & High Commissioner in London for New Zealand) http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C18043?rs
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AVENTFrankCorporalGreymouth01-Dec-166Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1916\P1100252.JPGMemorial service, died of wounds in France Could be AVENT, Francis Richard, Corporal, Service No 6/585, d 30 Sep 1916 France, son of Mary & late George Avent, Cornwall ENG http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C518?rs
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BAIGENTR HSub-LieutUnknown01-Apr-167Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100178.JPGGrandson of Henry Baigent, with Royal Naval Flying ServiceBAIGENT, Reginald Henry, Sub-Lieut, Royal Naval Reserve, Service No N/N 1408, son of Albert Henry & Mary Ann Baigent, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C145787?rs
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BAKERThe Front01-Aug-162Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100206.JPG1st of 2 sons of Mr Baker, Little Wanganui, at the FrontPossibly: BAKER, Cecil Charles, Karamea, Rgtl No 1/6/2532 Connaught 187 Freemasons who Served in WW1, p 10 http://www.freemasons.co.nz/wp/articles-and-publications/ww1-list/ Also, BAKER, Cecil Charles, Private, Service No 6/2532, wife Mrs CC Baker, Wellington http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C37797?rsSee also: Portrait of Cecil Charles Baker & bride Hannah Irene Baker and bio of him: http://collections.tepapa.govt.nz/object/369098
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BAKERThe Front01-Aug-162Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100206.JPG2nd of 2 sons of Mr Baker, Little Wanganui, at the FrontPossibly: BAKER, Herbert William, Karamea, Rgtl No 9/995 Connaught 187 Freemasons who Served in WW1, p 10 http://www.freemasons.co.nz/wp/articles-and-publications/ww1-list/ Also BAKER, Herbert William, Trooper, Service No 9/995, son of Arthur Baker, Little Wanganui, Karamea, Westport http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C37816?rs"WOUNDED: OTAGO MOUNTED RIFLES. (August 27.) Baker, Tpr. Herbert. William (No. 9/995). Next-of-kin, Mr. Arthur Baker, Little Wanganui, Westport (father)." Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2572, 21 September 1915, Page 6
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BAKERFredCamp01-Aug-162Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100206.JPG3rd son of Mr Baker, Little Wanganui, gone into Camp after death of wifeBAKER, Frederick John, 2nd Lieut, Service No 9002 25435 (earlier in South Africa), son of A Baker, Little Wanganui, Karamea http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C91478?rsFrom NZ BMD historical Marriages: Registration No 1914/2753 Bride Cecile Marie Catharine MUMM, Groom: Frederick John BAKER
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BAKERBertFrance01-Aug-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100208.JPGWas wounded at Gallipoli, in hospital London; of Little WanganuiBAKER, Herbert William, Karamea, Rgtl No 9/995 Connaught 187 Freemasons who Served in WW1, p 10 http://www.freemasons.co.nz/wp/articles-and-publications/ww1-list/ Also BAKER, Herbert William, Trooper, Service No 9/995, son of Arthur Baker, Little Wanganui, Karamea, Westport http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C37816?rs
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BAKERCecilEgypt01-Aug-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100208.JPGOf Little WanganuiBAKER, Cecil Charles, Karamea, Rgtl No 1/6/2532 Connaught 187 Freemasons who Served in WW1, p 10 http://www.freemasons.co.nz/wp/articles-and-publications/ww1-list/ Also, BAKER, Cecil Charles, Private, Service No 6/2532, wife Mrs CC Baker, Wellington http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C37797?rs
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BAKERFredTrentham01-Aug-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100208.JPGIn camp for non-commissioned officers Trentham, to leave with 19th Reinforcements, of Little Wanganui
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BALCOMBE-BROWNRainsfordFlight CommanderUnknown01-Sep-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100218.JPGSon of E Balcombe-Brown, Wellington: Awarded MC for downing German balloonBALCOMBE-BROWN, Major, MC MiD, Royal Air Force, d 2 May 1918 France, son of Edward & Eliza Mary Balcombe-Brown, Upper Hutt http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C35216?rs
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BARTLETTT(sic) G SRevFeatherston01-Sep-1614Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100225.JPGIn report by Rev Roberts, assisting at Featherston CampBARTLETT, John Geoffrey Sherry, Rev, Vicar of Featherston 1914-1922, later at Nelson Cathedral http://www.geni.com/people/Reverend-John-Bartlett/6000000007470678394
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BELLE (sic)MrUnknown01-Aug-169Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100210.JPGOf Ward, Parish of Seddon, with forces in warBELL, John Ernest, Rifleman, Service No 24/689, NoK Miss Bell (sister) Ward, Marlborough http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C38302?rs"June 26. Bell. John Ernest, Rifleman (head) (Miss Bell, Ward, Marlborough, sister)." Sun, Volume III, Issue 753, 10 July 1916, Page 9, Casualties John Ernest Bell, farmer, listed among wounded of NZ Rifle Brigade returning to NZ on hospital ship; Auckland Star, Volume XLVII, Issue 276, 18 November 1916, Page 6
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BIRDKMrNelson01-Feb-165Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100171.JPGOf Richmond, invalided home from The FrontBIRD, Kenneth Charles, Private, Service No 6/191, son of Charles W Bird, Richmond, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C38547?rs
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Bishop of NelsonNelson01-Jun-166Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100189.JPGMoved that Synod accept early closing of pubs and ban "shouting" to support War effortSADLIER, 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 NelsonNelson01-Jul-167Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100193.JPGEulogy of Lord KitchenerSADLIER, 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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BOSOMWORTHJackThe Front01-May-163Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100182.JPGLetter to Vicar, wounded twice, appendicitis operation BOSOMWORTH, 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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BOYDTommyThe Front01-May-163Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100182.JPGLetter to VicarBoyd, Thomas George, Service No 30342, son of A Boyd, Rosedale, Kaikoura http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C81902?rs
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BOYDHenry RichardKaikoura01-Dec-166Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1916\P1100252.JPGKIA, mourned by ParishBOYD, Henry Richard, Private, Service No 12/4139, d 15 Sep 1916 at the Somme, France, son of Alexander Boyd, Rosedale, Kaikoura http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1479?rs
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BOYDHenry Richard (Harry)Kaikoura01-Dec-167Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1916\P1100253.JPGKIA, son of Alexander Boyd, KaikouraBOYD, Henry Richard, Private, Service No 12/4139, d 15 Sep 1916 at the Somme, France, son of Alexander Boyd, Rosedale, Kaikoura http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1479?rsHenry Richard Boyd was twin of Arthur Alexander Boyd: North Otago Times , Issue 13692, 6 October 1916, Page 2
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BOYDArthurFrance01-Dec-167Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1916\P1100253.JPGWounded in France, son of Alexander Boyd, KaikouraBOYD, Arthur Alexander, Sgt, Service No 24/355, d 12 Oct 1917 Ypres, Belgium, son of Alexander & Lucy Jane Boyd, Rosedale, Kaikoura http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C1476?rs
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BOYDGeorgeNew Zealand01-Dec-167Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1916\P1100253.JPGIn training, leaves soon, son of Alexander Boyd, Kaikoura, BOYD, Thomas George, Service No 30342, son of A Boyd, Rosedale, Kaikoura http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C81902?rs
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BOYESGeorgeGunnerUnknown01-Aug-163Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100207.JPGWounded, 3rd son of E E Boyes, Vanguard St, NelsonBOYES, George Edward, Service No 2/20267 NoK Mrs J Boyes, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C38931?rs
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BOYESPercy SBombardierUnknown01-Nov-163Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100248.JPGWounded, has two brothers also in war serviceBOYES, Percy Stratton, Service No 2/2068, son of E E Boyes, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C38934?rsPercy Stratton Boyes—E. E. Boyes, Nelson (father) listed in wounded Field Artillery 16 Sep at the Somme, New Zealand Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 16354, 7 October 1916, Page 10
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BURGINJ RRevUnknown01-Jul-1612Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100198.JPGIn letter from Rev Coursey, of Ashburton, with 3rd Battalion Rifle Brigade BURGIN, John Robert, Chaplain, Service No 18/29, son of John & Ann Burgin, ENG, wife Mrs H J Burgin, Auckland http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C17673?rs
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BURGINRevEgypt01-Sep-169Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100220.JPGIn letter from Rev TaylorBURGIN, John Robert, Chaplain, Service No 18/29, son of John & Ann Burgin, ENG, wife Mrs H J Burgin, Auckland http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C17673?rs
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BURROWSEricHobart01-Mar-1611Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100176.JPGNephew of Rev A H Heron, Havelock; left for FrontNot in cenotaph db. Possibly: "(11) Eric Roy Burrows (27), bootmaker and repairer. On the ground that he had been up to enlist on several occasions before the proclamation was passed, and had been rejected by two different doctors....Granted" in The Mercury (Hobart, Tas.1860 - 1954) Tuesday 17 October 1916 p 5 of 8. Exemption Courts
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BUSH-KINGRevEgypt01-Sep-169Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100220.JPGIn letter from Rev TaylorBUSH-KING, Charles John, Chaplain, Service No 2/626, mother Mrs A King, Auckland http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C33862?rs
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C E M S Camp, Waitahu, Reefton01-Apr-168Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100179.JPGArchdeacon of Greymouth, ChaplainYORK, George William (1858-1944), Archdeacon Mawhera Greymouth 1903-1919 http://anglicanhistory.org/nz/blain_dunedin2003.pdf
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C E M S Camp, Waitahu, Reefton01-Apr-169Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100180.JPG350 Territorials
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CAMPBELLCaptainTroop ship to Gallipoli01-Jan-1610Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100168.JPGMet Rev Taylor, brother of R J Campbell of City TempleRev. Dr. Reginald John Campbell (29 August 1867 – 1 March 1956). British Congregationalist and Anglican divine who became a popular preacher while the minister at the City Temple and a leading exponent of 'The New Theology' movement of 1907. His last years were spent as a senior cleric in the Church of England. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reginald_John_Campbell
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CHALLIESEMr Trentham01-Feb-165Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100171.JPGOf Richmond VestryCHALLIES, Edward, Gunner, Service No 10522, son of William Challies, Richmond, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C68737?rs
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CHAMBERSLeonardPrivateKaramea01-Oct-168Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100238.JPGReturned ANZAC, recovered from wounds, marrried Miss Beatrice James, ArapitoCHAMBERS, Leonard, Service No 10/2099, NoK mother Mrs Charlott (sic) Powick, Westport http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C40226?rs
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COOKEThomasKaikoura01-Dec-166Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1916\P1100252.JPGKIA, mourned by Parish, wife & childrenServed with Australian forces, KIA France, awarded Victoria Cross https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Cooke_(VC); http://100nzmemorials.blogspot.co.nz/2014/08/private-thomas-cooke-kaikoura-memorial.html
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COOKEThomas (Tom)Kaikoura01-Dec-167Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1916\P1100253.JPGKIA, awarded Victoria CrossServed with Australian forces, KIA France, awarded Victoria Cross https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Cooke_(VC); http://100nzmemorials.blogspot.co.nz/2014/08/private-thomas-cooke-kaikoura-memorial.html
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COURSEYJ FRevUnknown01-Feb-166Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100172.JPGLeft NZ with 9th Reinforcements: not asked to resign placeCOURSEY, 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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COURSEYJ FRevNelson Diocese01-May-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100183.JPGOne of 3 Clergy serving as Chaplain at The FrontCOURSEY, 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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COURSEYJ FRevEgypt01-Jul-168Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100194.JPGLetter praising work of Rev Taylor
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COURSEYJ F Rev Unknown01-Jul-1611Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100197.JPGLetter, with NZ Expeditionary Force in desert training campCOURSEY, 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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COURSEYJ FRevFrance01-Jul-1612Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100198.JPGLetter, with NZ Expeditionary Force in desert training camp
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COURSEYEgypt01-Aug-165Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100209.JPGIn letter by Rev Taylor
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COURSEYRevEgypt01-Sep-169Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100220.JPGIn letter from Rev Taylorhttp://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C61903?rs","COURSEY, James Francis, Chaplain, Service No 18/22, wife Mrs N C Coursey, Westport http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C61903?rs
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COURSEYJ FRevStationary Hospital01-Oct-1611Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100241.JPGInformed Diocese about ill health of Rev Taylor
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COURSEYJ FRevStationary Hospital01-Nov-169Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100251.JPGSynod notes he is well suited to Hospital chaplaincy
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CRUICKSHANKE CRev, ChaplainFeatherston Camp01-May-165Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100184.JPGReport of daily work & needs
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CRUICKSHANKE CRev, ChaplainFeatherston Camp01-May-166Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100185.JPGReport of daily work & needs
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CRUICKSHANKChaplainFeatherston Camp01-Jul-1613Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100199.JPGIn short article by H F Tracey
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CRUICKSHANKG CChaplainFeatherston Military Camp01-Jul-1615Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100202.JPGShort article about Featherston MCCRUICKSHANK, George Craig, Chaplain, Service No 16472, http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C72203
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CRUICKSHANKG CChaplainFeatherston Military Camp01-Jul-1616Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100202.JPGShort article about Featherston MCCRUICKSHANK, George Craig, Chaplain, Service No 16472, http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C72203Rev G C Cruickshank wounded. Was Vicar of Whangarei. Otago Daily Times , Issue 16826, 16 October 1916, Page 7Rev G C Cruickshank wounded at Gallipoli http://www.wanganuilibrary.com/ww1/2011/09/29/wednesday-28th-september-1916/
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DOBSONCRevDardanelles01-Jan-1610Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100168.JPGMet Rev Taylor, with MountedsSee 1915 records
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DOBSONCRevDardanelles01-Jan-1611Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100169.JPGSickSee 1915 records
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DOBSONC J HRevThe Front01-Feb-166Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100172.JPGDOBSON, Charles James Hamilton, Chaplain, Service No 9/633, NoK John Howard Dobson, Alexandra South http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C42126?rs
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DOBSONC J HRevNelson Diocese01-May-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100183.JPGOne of 3 Clergy serving as Chaplain at The FrontDOBSON, 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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DOBSONC J HRevEngland01-Aug-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100208.JPGRecovering from illness in LodonDOBSON, Charles James Hamilton, Chaplain, Service No 9/633 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C42126?rs
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DOBSONEngland01-Aug-165Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100209.JPGIn letter by Rev Taylor, "health is quite broken"
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DOBSONC J HRevEngland01-Nov-168Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100250.JPGSynod approved leave of absence, weakened by illness but ministering to NZ troops
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DOUGLASKennethUnknown01-Oct-168Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100238.JPGWounded, son of Mrs J Blythe, OpararaDOUGLAS, Kenneth James, Rifleman, Service No 26/665, d 7 June 1917 Belgium, son of George Douglas & Emily Blythe (formerly Douglas), Oparara, Karamea http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C4114?rs
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FOSTERCharlieFrance01-Oct-168Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100238.JPGKIA, son of James Foster, KarameaFOSTER, Charles James, Private, Service No 6/3321, d 14 Aug 1916 Somme, France, son of James & Teresa Foster, Karamea http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C5042?rs
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FOSTERBertUnknown01-Oct-168Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100238.JPG2nd son of James Foster, Karamea, sailed with 14th ReinforcementsFOSTER, Bertie, Private, Service No 14090, d 9 Apr 1918 France, son of Mrs Teresa Foster, Karamea http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C5041?rs
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GAHANH S TRev ChaplainBrussels01-Dec-1615Nelson Diocesan GazetteAnglican Records 1916\P1100255.JPGOf Colonial & Continental Mission, imprisoned by GermansProbably "British chaplain H. Stirling Gahan of a meeting with English nurse Edith Cavell on the night preceding her execution in Brussels by German military authorities." http://www.firstworldwar.com/source/cavell_gahan.htm
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GAVINRevEgypt01-Sep-169Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100220.JPGIn letter from Rev Taylor, of AucklandPossibly GAVIN, Gordon Hay, Chaplain, Service No 18/1, enlisted Auckland http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C43921?rs
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GODSIFFJackUnknown01-Sep-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100218.JPGKIA, son of Henry Godsiff, Waitaria, Marlborough SoundsGODSIFF, John Carrol Hetherington, Private, Service No 6/2633, d 11 July 1916, son of DH Godsiff, Waitaria Bay Pelorus Sound http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C5626?rs
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GOODAlexander HEgypt01-Oct-166Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100236.JPGKIA, mourned by Greymouth ParishGOOD, Alexander Harold, Trooper, Service No 7/1732, d 7 Aug 1916 Egypt, son of Mrs I Good, Greymouth http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C5651?rs
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GOODHarryTrentham & Featherston Military Camps01-Oct-166Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100236.JPGBrother of Alexander H Good, of Greymouth, to leave for front in next ContingentGOOD, Henry, Rifleman, Service No 29575, son of Mrs Bella Good, Greymouth http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C80952?rs
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GRACEArchdeaconNelson Diocese01-May-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100183.JPGOne of 9 Clergy with son/s in War serviceGRACE, Francis Hastings, Lance Corporal, Service No 7/513. son of [Archdeacon] Thomas Samuel Grace jnr and Rhoda Caroline Grace (nee Colt). http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C44433. Also, Humphrey Gilbert Grace, son of Archdeacon TS Grace jnr, served in WW1 winning a MC at MesoptamiaLawrence Marshall Grace, a brother of Archdeacon TS Grace jnr, had 3 sons in WW1: GRACE, Lawrence William Te Heuheu, 2nd Lieut, wounded; GRACE, Thomas Percy Marshall [aka Hami], 2nd Lieut, MiD, KIA Gallipoli; GRACE, Richard Fairfax Tukino, wounded, with Royal Scots.Another brother of Archdeacon TS Grace jnr, Arthur Volkner Grace of Brightwater Nelson, had a son (GRACE Clare Garsia, Trooper, Service No 7/202) who served in Egypt in WW1 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C44431Rev George Frederick Grace of Alfold Surrey, ENG was a brother of Thomas Samuel Grace jnr, Archdeacon of Blenheim; see NZ BMD online: Two of his sons Walter Keir Campbell Grace & Handley Carlton Grace served in WW1 (see 1915 index)
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GREENWOODRoyFrance01-Aug-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100208.JPGKIA, 3rd son of Dr John Greenwood, formerly Christchurch, then AUS"Dr.Greenwood has cabled to his daughters in Christchurch that the death of his son, Private Roy Greenwood, has been officially contradicted. He is now reported wounded in one of the hospitals in France or Belgium." Press, Volume LII, Issue 15684, 1 September 1916, Page 8
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GRIFFITHSGrahamLieutUnknown01-Jul-169Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100195.JPGIn letter from Rev Coursey, re work of Padre Taylor in NZ campProbably GRIFFITHS, Graham, 2nd Lieut, Servce No 6/3229, d 13 Feb 1916 Egypt, son of CJW & Mrs BSR Griffiths, Blenheim http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C5954?rs
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GRIFFITHSGrahamLieutUnknown01-Jul-1610Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100196.JPGLetter, commending work of Padre Taylor in NZ camp
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GRIFFITHSGeorgeMajorUnknown01-Jul-1610Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100196.JPGIn letter from Lieut G M SpencePossibly: GRIFFITHS, George Cruickshank, Major, Service No 6/243, born & enlisted Blenheim http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C44741?rs
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HARDIESamuelPrivateGranity01-Jan-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100164.JPGMemorial service, died of woundsNB, record on part facing (left) page. HARDIE, Samuel, Private, Service No 6/2155, d 6 Oct 1915 Gallipoli, son of A Hardie Granity (then Rotorua) http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6329?rs
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HARKNESSD ESub-LieutFrance01-Apr-167Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100178.JPGSon of G A Harkness, Nelson, with Royal Naval Flying ServiceHARKNESS, Donald Ernest, Flight Sub-Lieut, Royal Naval Air Service, DSC, prisoner of war 17 Sep 1916, Service No 1894, son of George Alexander & Mary Blanche Harkness, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C141352?rs
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HARKNESSDonFlight Sub-LieutHolland01-Oct-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100234.JPGInterned after forced descentHARKNESS, Donald Ernest, Flight Sub-Lieut, Royal Naval Air Service, DSC, prisoner of war 17 Sep 1916, Service No 1894, son of George Alexander & Mary Blanche Harkness, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C141352?rs
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HAWKINSArchdeaconUnknown01-Jul-1612Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100198.JPGIn letter from Rev CourseyHAWKINS, Hector Alfred, Chaplain, Service No 16/1021, wife Mrs MA Hawkins, Auckland http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C45528?rs
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HAWKINSRevEgypt01-Sep-169Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100220.JPGIn letter from Rev Taylor, of AucklandHAWKINS, Hector Alfred, Chaplain, Service No 16/1021, wife Mrs MA Hawkins, Auckland http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C45528?rs
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HAWKINSMajorFrance01-Sep-1610Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100221.JPGIn letter from Rev TaylorPossibly Archdeacon HA Hawkins: "Archdeacon H. A. Hawkins, of Auckland, senior Anglican chaplain to the New Zealand Expeditionary Force in France, is at present in the Walton-on- Thames Hospital, suffering from a mild attack of bronchitis." New Zealand Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 16365, 20 October 1916, Page 9Chaplain-Major Hawkins recorded among officers with Maori reinforcements on troopship 'Waitemata" arriving at Suez http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-CowMaor-t1-body-d5-d2.htmlHAWKINS, Hector Alfred, Chaplain 2nd Maori Contingent, Service No 16/1021, wife Mrs MA Hawkins, Remuera, Auckland http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C45528?rs
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HEDGESA EDiocesan SecretaryNelson01-Jul-162Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100190.JPGEnlisted, granted leave of absenceHEDGES, Alfred Ernest, Sgt, Service No 60 32565, Bombardier, d 13 Dec 1917 France or Belgium, son of Sarah & late George Hedges, wife Grace C Hedges, Wellington http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6725?rs
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HEDGESA EDiocesan SecretaryNew Zealand01-Nov-166Nelson Diocesan Magazine*Anglican Records 1916\P1100251.JPGSynod notes he is in Training Camp as NCO*NB from 1 Dec 1916, the Nelson Diocesan Magzine became Nelson Diocesan Gazette
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HERONJamesHavelock01-Mar-1611Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100176.JPGSon of Rev A H Heron, Havelock; left with Veterinary Corps & 700 horsesProbably HERON, James Henry, Lance Corporal, NZ Vet Corps, Service No 17/407, wife Mrs Margaret E Heron, Clive, Hawkes Bay http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C62482?rs
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HERONA HRevNelson Diocese01-May-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100183.JPGOne of 9 Clergy with son/s in War serviceHERON, 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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HILLUnknown01-Aug-162Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100206.JPGOf Little Wanganui family, losing son/s at War HILL, Leonard Johnston, Trooper, Service No 9/987, d of wounds 30 Aug 1915 Gallipoli http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C6935?rsTrooper Leonard Johnston Hill, son of Jessie McNarn, Kongahu, Karamea, died of wounds at Gallipoli: in ANZAC edn Karamea Chronicle http://ketewestcoast.peoplesnetworknz.info/documents/0000/0000/0552/merged_document_9.pdf
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HORNERRMrAlbany01-Feb-165Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100171.JPGOf Hope, off hospital ship "Marama" with pneumoniaHORNER, Raymond, Private, NZ Med Corps, Service No 3/1446, d 19 May 1916 of dsease NZ, son of Hugh & Charlotte Dolores Horner, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7190?rs
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HOUCHENRevEgypt01-Sep-169Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100220.JPGIn letter from Rev Taylor, of Te KuitiHOUCHEN, Clement, Chaplain, Service No 18/12, enlisted Te Kuiti http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C35061?rs
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HOULKERJamesMajorNelson Cathedral01-Sep-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100218.JPGBrass tablet memorial unveiledHOULKER, James, Major, Service No 6/1572, d 10 Aug 1915 of wounds on hospital ship at sea ex Gallipoli, son of William & Hannah Maria Houlker, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7218?rs
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HOULKERJamesMajorNelson Cathedral01-Sep-165Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100219.JPGMemorial service
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HUDSONTCorporalUnknown01-Jul-163Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100191.JPGDied of pneumonia on active service, son of R P Hudson, MP MotuekaHUDSON, Thomas Henry, Service No 10/727, d of disease 18 May 1916 at No 2 NZ General Hospital London, son of Richard Phineas Hudson and Ellen Phyllis Hudson, Motueka, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7284?rs
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HUDSONAtholLieutUnknown01-Sep-165Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100219.JPGMissing believed killed, of Tapawera, son of late Dr James HudsonHUDSON, 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
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HUTCHENMajorUnknown01-Jul-1611Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100197.JPGBase Paymaster, in letter from Lieut G M SpenceHUTCHEN, James William, major, Service No 15/20 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C46603?rs
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INGRAMNurseEgypt01-Feb-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100170.JPGHoping to go to SalonikaINGRAM, Jean Grant Skinner, Nurse, Service No 24/24, dau of John Ingram, Richmond, Nelson http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C46702?rs
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JENKINSUnknown01-Aug-162Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100206.JPGOf Little Wanganui family, losing son/s at War JENKINS, Thomas James Morris, Trooper, Service No 9/986, d 21 Aug 1915 Gallipoli, son of William Morris Jenkins and Henrietta Jenkins, of Little Wanganui http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7701?rs From NZ BMD historical Births: JENKINS, Thomas James Morris, Registration no 1893/17243, Mother's given name Heneritta (sic), Father's given name William MorrisThree brothers, Thomas James Morris-Jenkins, Otago Rifles, KIA; Henry Griffiths Jenkins, Canterbury Infantry Battalion; & John Malcolm Jenkins, Wellington Mounted all saw action in Gallipoli, sons of William & Henerietta Morris Jenkins, Little Wanganui: in ANZAC edn Karamea Chronicle http://ketewestcoast.peoplesnetworknz.info/documents/0000/0000/0552/merged_document_9.pdfJENKINS, Henry Griffiths, Private, Service No 6/2171, son of William Jenkins, Little Wanganui http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C46974?rs From NZ BMD historical Births: JENKENS (sic), Henry Griffiths Morris, Registration no 1895/1150, Mother's given name Henrietta, Father's given name William MorrisJENKINS, John Malcolm Morris, Trooper, Service No 11/303, son of W.M. Jenkins, Little Wanganui http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C46980?rs From NZ BMD historical Births: JENKINS, John Malcolm Morris, Registration no 1891/5439, Mother's given name Henrietta, Father's given name William Morris
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JENNINGSC WRevNelson Diocese01-May-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100183.JPGOne of 9 Clergy with son/s in War serviceJENNINGS, Lancelot Shadwell, Captain, MiD, Service No 8/2502, d 15 Sep 1916 Somme France son of Charles William & Agnes Lavinia Jennings (nee Grace) http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7709?rs. Son of Rev C W Jennings, Riwaka
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JENNINGSLancelot ShadwellCaptainFrance01-Oct-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100234.JPGKIA, son of Rev C W Jennings, RiwakaJENNINGS, Lancelot Shadwell, Captain, MiD, Service No 8/2502, d 15 Sep 1916 Somme, France, son of Charles William & Agnes Lavinia Jennings (nee Grace) http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C7709?rs
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JENNINGSLancelot ShadwellCaptainFrance01-Oct-165Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100235.JPGKIA, son of Rev C W Jennings, Riwaka
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KEMPTHORNEArchdeaconNelson Diocese01-May-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100183.JPGOne of 9 Clergy with son/s in War serviceKEMPTHORNE: "1880-1917 - Harold Sampson (served with the Royal Field Artillery of UK as Lieutenant, husband of May Clunies Kempthorne of "High Barn," Sheridan Rd., Merton Park, London, died in Ypres WWI on 24-8-1917, buried in Menin Rd South Military Cemetery)" RESIDENTS of CHRIST CHURCH TAITA Cemetery, Lower Hutt, http://www.familytreecircles.com/the-residents-of-christ-church-taita-cemetery-lower-hutt-new-zealand-24056.htmlHarold Sampson, was the 2nd of 16 chn of Rev John Pratt KEMPTHORNE & Mary Louisa BOW http://www.familytreecircles.com/the-residents-of-christ-church-taita-cemetery-lower-hutt-new-zealand-24056.html
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KITCHENERLordUnknown01-Jul-163Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100192.JPGDeath reported Field Marshal Horatio Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener KG, KP, GCB, OM, GCSI, GCMG, GCIE, ADC, PC (24 June 1850 – 5 June 1916), senior British Army officer and colonial administrator who won fame for his imperial campaigns and later played a central role in the early part of WWI.... Ktchener drowned on 5 June 1916 when HMS Hampshire sank west of the Orkney Islands, Scotland. He was making his way to Russia .. to attend negotiations but the ship struck a German mine. He was one of more than 600 killed on board the ship. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herbert_Kitchener,_1st_Earl_Kitchener
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KITCHENERLordUnknown01-Aug-169Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100210.JPGMemorial service in Kaikoura for his death in the loss of the "Hampshire" and others lost in naval fightField Marshal Horatio Herbert Kitchener ... drowned on 5 June 1916 when HMS Hampshire sank west of the Orkney Islands, Scotland. He was making his way to Russia .. to attend negotiations but the ship struck a German mine. He was one of more than 600 killed on board the ship. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herbert_Kitchener,_1st_Earl_Kitchener
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LUCASW S RevNelson Diocese01-May-164Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100183.JPGOne of 9 Clergy with son/s in War service"The Rev. W. S. Lucas has" been advised by cable that his son, Surgeon- Captain Reginald H. Lucas, of the R.A.M.C, whio was on duty on the Western front, is in a London hospital with a bullet wound in the left foot, and is progressing favourably." Personal War Notes, Colonist, Volume LVII, Issue 14165, 16 August 1916, Page 3
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LUCASReginald HSurgeon-CaptainLondon Hospital01-Aug-163Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100207.JPGWounded, at Western Front, son of Rev W S Lucas"The Rev. W. S. Lucas has" been advised by cable that his son, Surgeon- Captain Reginald H. Lucas, of the R.A.M.C, whio was on duty on the Western front, is in a London hospital with a bullet wound in the left foot, and is progressing favourably." Personal War Notes, Colonist, Volume LVII, Issue 14165, 16 August 1916, Page 3
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MAGINNITYH A Hon, M L CWellington01-Aug-1613Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100216.JPGMilitary Services Bill coming into Legislative Council
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MALDENRevEgypt01-Sep-169Nelson Diocesan MagazineAnglican Records 1916\P1100220.JPGIn letter from Rev Taylor, of AucklandMALDEN, Edward Elliot, Chaplain, Service No 18/11 http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C50123?rs
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