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A 2013 Memoir and Local History Competition entry.
2014, 1911, 1921
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Private Albert Davenport (1892-1916) served with the Royal Marine Light Infantry aboard the H.M.S Exmouth. He was serving during World War I when he was killed in Greece on 1
2013
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Edward James Crawford was wounded in action on 7 June 1917 in Flanders, Belgium, during the Battle of Messines. When he returned home from war he purchased a farm in
2013
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Private Leslie Cracknell was born in London on the 28 October 1833 the second son of Arthur Thomas Cracknel and Eva Cracknel (nee Winters ) and died in the field,
2014
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Corporal George William Collingwood who fought in the Great War as part of the N.Z.R.B. 2nd Battalion was remembered in 2015 by his son Ron Collingwood during the Tauranga City
2015
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Alexander Law Bell was aged 21 when he died of his wounds on the battlefield in France during World War I (1914-1918). His brother, John Edward Bell, was also killed
2013
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Ernest Menzies Beagrie was a boy immigrant to New Zealand in 1914 when there was a shortage of farm boys. He joined up for World War I from Katikati and
2015
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Tauranga man and soldier Robert Sherer Baikie was killed in action in France on 28 March 1918 during the German Spring Offensive of 1918. This series of German attacks along
2014
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During World War II Katikati man Halford Douglas Pye was a member of crew of an Avro Lancaster bomber that one of 519 which took off from an airfield near
2016
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Horatio Douglas Dumbleton was born in Katikati, the grandson of the founder, George Vesey Stewart. He was killed in action at Ypres, Belgium, on 12 October 1917. Researched and written
2012
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Former Tauranga District High School student Frank Sidney Norris was killed in Italy in 1944 whilst serving during World War II.
2015
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Robert Bole Morrow was born in Ireland and served most of his adult life with the British Military in India. He followed his brothers, including Arthur and Edward Morrow out
2016
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Henry Thomas Chipper was killed in action at Gallipoli on 7 August 1915. He was my second great uncle's brother - Debbie McCauley
2015
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Arthur Rupert Chipper served during both World War I (1914-1918) and World War II (1939-1945). He married Alicia Mary Kelly (1874-1942), a Gallipoli nurse awarded the Croix de Guerre (War
2015
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Frederick Kamu Rogers from Maketu served during World War I with the Australian Army. Three of his brothers, Whakarongotai, Augustus and Wynyard, served with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Frederick
2015
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Former Tauranga District High School student Albert Heke was killed during the Battle of Cassino in 1944.
2015
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Patu Andy Williams was a Company Bootmaker which earned him extra pay during World War II. He was killed whilst fighting with the Maori Battalion on 23 May 1941.
2016
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In 2009 the Tauranga RSA unveiled a new cenotaph at their new premises in Greerton. A water feature is at the centre of the memorial, which features the old roll
2012
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Corporal Donald Duncan Bain was aged 34 when he was killed in action during World War II in Italy on 15 December 1943. He is remembered on the Anzac War
2016
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Ernest Cooper was a native of King's Heath, Birmingham, England. His parents were William and Alice Cooper who lived in Gate Pa, Tauranga. Ernest was killed in action on 9
2016