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Corporal Mark Wilmot Rowe was killed in action during the Second Battle of the Somme in France on 27 March 1918. He was aged 24. Story by Debbie McCauley.
2014
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Aged two when his mother died, Francis Alvar Fenton was adopted by James and Elizabeth Lever and raised on their Tauranga farm. He enlisted to fight during World War I.
2014
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Accountant Cecil Louis Walker saw action during both the Gallipoli Campaign and on the Western Front. He was killed in action at the Somme in Northern France on 16 September
2014
Place
Tauranga's Memorial Park is home to a cenotaph commemorating local people who have died in wartime. Text and photographs by Debbie McCauley.
2012
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After spending two days at the Front during World War I, Tauranga labourer Te Mete Smith developed trench fever. Tuberculosis followed and he was sent from France to Brockenhurst in
2014
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Arthur Alexander Ramsay died at Featherston Military Camp on 17 November 1918 during the 1918 Influenza Pandemic. Story by Debbie McCauley.
2014
Event
This page is dedicated to relatives of mine who either served in wartime, took part in wartime activities, protested against war, were part of military organisations between wars, or paid
2012
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William Findlay Turner served in the Army during the Second World War. He was my husband's first cousin, twice removed - Debbie McCauley.
2012
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Ronald Turner served in the Royal Navy during World War II. He was my husband's first cousin twice removed - Debbie McCauley.
2012
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Oliver Turner served with the Durham Light Infantry during World War I. He was my husband's second great uncle - Debbie McCauley.
2012
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Charles Philip Turner suffered a mustard gas attack whilst serving in France during World War I. He was my husband's second great uncle - Debbie McCauley.
2012
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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
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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
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Tauranga farmer Robert Francis Willis Wall was killed in action in Bapaume, France on 30 August 1918 whilst serving during World War I. Story and photograph by Debbie McCauley.
2014
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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
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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
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Omokoroa farmer Harry Wensley Kirk served with the Auckland Infantry Regiment during World War I. He died of measles and purulent bronchitis in England on 24 February 1918 and was
2014
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Thomas Clemson was a farmer at Gate Pa in Tauranga. He signed up for World War I and was killed in action in France on 27 September 1916.
2014
Topic
Three memorials at St George’s Anglican Memorial Church in Gate Pā stand in tribute to members of the Tauranga and Bay of Plenty Volunteer Cavalry who died at Opepe on
2014
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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