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During World War II Tauranga linesman Cyril Arthur Carter was killed in an explosion, the cause of which was never determined.
2015
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Tauranga carpenter Geoffrey Hugh Edgar Carswell was killed on 5 July 1942 when enemy aircraft attacked his convoy in North Africa. He was aged 26.
2015
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Tauranga post and telegraph linesman William Eric David Bell received severe head wounds whilst fighting in Egypt. He was returned to New Zealand as medically unfit, and died in 1945.
2015
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In 1852 Edward Watts Garmonsway joined the Royal New Zealand Fencibles, sailing to New Zealand with his family aboard the 'Inchinnan'. Edward was my third great grandfather - Debbie McCauley
2012
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On Friday 22 January 2016 a large crowd gathered at Gilmour Lake Reserve, Waihi, to take part in the dedication of the WW1 New Zealand Tunnelling Company Memorial. Photos: Fiona
2016
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World War I (1914-1918) was a defining moment in New Zealand's history and its effects continue to be felt today. As we commemorate 100 years since the First World War
2015
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Thomas Garmonsway was in the 2nd Waikato Militia. He was my second great grandfather - Debbie McCauley
2015
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John Henry Garmonsway was in the 2nd Waikato Militia. He was my third great uncle - Debbie McCauley
2015
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  6th (Hauraki) Battalion Group Newsletter - Kia Kaha Photograph of Major Russell Skeet taken during the 1980s and digitised at Tauranga City Libraries as part of a 6th (Hauraki)
2016, 2000, 2010
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Threads of Memory was a 100th commemoration project by Tauranga City Library to record people's memories of their World War I ancestor. Many thanks to Tauranga City Library staff members
2015
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Charles Dalston Charlton served in Samoa during World War I.
2015
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Katikati born Thomas Murray Boyd served with the First Australian Imperial Force (1AIF) during World War I. He saw action in Egypt, Gallipoli and the Western Front. On 30 September
2015
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Katikati born William Henry Busby served during World War I. He was killed in France on 20 January 1918.
2015
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Tauranga World War One nurse Jeanne Spiers Sinclair was on board the 'Marquette' when it was torpedoed by a German submarine on 23 October 1915. She was one of the
2015
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In October 2015 the WW100 Tauranga Committee contributed a Memorial Stone to the New Zealand Engineers Tunnelling Company Memorial Wall project in remembrance of the Tauranga men who served with
2015
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On Saturday 10 October 2015, a Hauraki Patriots Passchendaele Memorial Service was held at the Cenotaph at Mount Maunganui. Photos: Fiona Kean.
2015
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During the First World War, letters to and from home were an essential part of the Allied Forces well being. Today they're a valuable insight into the events, hearts and
2015
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To mark 75 years since the Battle of Britain in 1940 Lee and Lynn White, in their capacity as leaders of the 16 Squadron ATC Tauranga, organised a commemoration which
2015
Genealogy Record
Phil Sinclair came in to Tauranga City Library during the 'Threads of Memory' project to tell us about this three great uncles who served during World War I. Interviewer: Stephanie
2015
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Yola Swindells came in to the library to tell us about her father who was a Territorial and served from the first day of the war to the last day
2015, 1910, 1920