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White cross for Moa Wahia (1890-1915.
Tauranga bushfaller Moa Wahia was from Matakana Island. He served with the 1st Maori Contingent during World War I, seeing action at Gallipoli. Moa died at sea from a fever
2014
White cross for John Andrew Bathurst Kerr (1876-1917.
John Andrew Bathurst Kerr served with the Camel Corps during World War I. He was killed in action at Sheikh Abbas Ridge on 19 April 1917 during the Second Battle
2014
World War I Memorial: St George’s Church (Gate Pā.
The Gate Pā World War I memorial comprises a St. Anne marble tablet with a scroll border in red and black and dark wood panel mounting. It was unveiled on 14
2014
White cross for Richard Wearne Sharplin (1894-1916.
Whakamarama bushman Richard Wearne Sharplin was a Tauranga Rugby representative and part of the Whakamaramara fifteen. After signing up to fight during World War I, he died of pneumonia following
2014
White cross for Andrew Charles Haua (1894-1915.
Bookkeeper Andrew Charles Haua was on board the Hospital Ship 'Delta' when he died on 11 August 1915 of wounds received in action. He had sustained a gunshot wound to
2014
White cross for Sidney Carlton McCarthny (1894-1916.
Tauranga surveyor Sidney Carlton McCarthny was serving during World War I when he was wounded in action at Armentières in Northern France in July 1916. He never recovered, and died
2014
White cross for George Rangitikei Rewa (1892-1916.
George Rangitikei Rewa from Motiti Island was killed in action at the Somme in Northern France on 31 August 1916. In 2014 Tauranga's 'Field of Remembrance' was created comprising 107 white
2014
White cross for Samuel Tanner (1894-1917.
Marine engineer Samuel Tanner was with the Merchant Navy during World War I. He was aboard the ship 'City of Perth' when it was torpedoed without warning by a German
2014
White cross for Waru Davie Rewi (1894-1920.
Te Puke farmer Waru Davie Rewi served on the Western Front with the Maori Pioneer Battalion during World War I. He became ill and was deemed no longer physically fit
2014
White cross for William McKinlay (1893-1918.
William McKinlay farmed his father's 'Racecourse Farm' at Greerton in Tauranga. He served during World War I, receiving serious injuries to both legs and his left shoulder during the Battle
2014
White cross for William Harcourt Lochhead (1895-1918.
Te Puna farmer William Harcourt Lochhead was serving during World War I when he died of gunshot wounds to the head in Cairo, Egypt, on 11 May 1918. Just three months
2014
White cross for Thomas Leslie Lochhead (1890-1918.
The younger brother of Te Puna farmer Thomas Leslie Lochhead died of his wounds at Cairo in Egypt on 11 May 1918. Just three months later, on 26 August 1918,
2014
White cross for William Leslie Poad (1897-1918.
After signing up underage, William Leslie Poad received a gunshot wound to the scalp whilst serving during World War I. He was sent to Hornchurch Convalescent Camp to recover before
2014
White cross for Cecil George Guinness (1894-1917.
Cecil George Guinness worked as a warehouseman for Guinness Brothers at No. 1 The Strand in Tauranga. During World War I he was killed in action at Ypres in Belgium
2014
White cross for Herbert Pengelly Mansel (1895-1918.
Tauranga farmer Herbert Pengelly Mansel was serving during World War I when he died of malaria at the 34th Clearing Station in Palestine on 23 October 1918 at the age
2014
Mansel Memorial: St George’s Church (Gate Pā.
Photo: Debbie McCauley
2014
White cross for Harry Dickson Rikihana (1894-1918.
Harry Dickson Rikihana [aka Rongoihaere Rikihana] worked as a labourer for Gamman's Mill at Omanawa Falls in Tauranga. While serving in Étaples in northern France during World War I he contracted
2014
White cross for William Howard Swindley Masefield (1895-1915.
Ohauiti farmer William Howard Swindley Masefield died of head and abdomen wounds in France on 14 July 1916. His older brother Keith was killed at the Somme three months later. In
2014
White cross for Charles Ebenezer Bannatyne (1882-1917.
Tauranga bushman Charles Ebenezer Bannatyne worked for Gamman's Mill. During World War I he was killed in action at Ypres, Belgium on 20 December 1917. In 2014 Tauranga's 'Field of Remembrance' was
2014
White cross for Charles Joass (1886-1916.
Charles Joass worked as a fisherman for Sanford Ltd in Tauranga. He enlisted during World War I and was reported missing in action at the Somme in Northern France on
2014