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18-Pounder Shell Casing Cap (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries to remember his great grandfather John McLaren Lett, as part of the Threads of Memory project. He owns a metal
2015
World War I Bayonet & Stick (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries as part of the Threads of Memory project to tell the story of his great grandfather John McLaren Lett. This
2015
18-Pounder Shell Casing Cap (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries to remember his great grandfather John McLaren Lett, as part of the Threads of Memory project. He owns a metal
2015
Debbie McCauley & John Foster (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries as part of the Threads of Memory project to tell the story of his great grandfather John McLaren Lett to
2015
John Foster & Debbie McCauley (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries as part of the Threads of Memory project to tell the story of his great grandfather John McLaren Lett to
2015
John Foster's with the Policeman's Whistle (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries as part of the Threads of Memory project.  In this photograph John shows us the policeman's whistle that belonged to
2015
Policeman's Whistle (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries as part of the Threads of Memory project.  This photograph is of the the policeman's whistle that belonged to James
2015
World War I Bayonet (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries to remember his great grandfather John McLaren Lett, as part of the Threads of Memory project. He brought in
2015
War Medals of John McLaren Lett (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries to remember his great grandfather John McLaren Lett, as part of the Threads of Memory project. He brought in
2015
"Dead Man’s Penny" (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries to remember his great grandfather John McLaren Lett, as part of the Threads of Memory project. He brought in
2015
John Foster and the "Dead Man’s Penny" (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries to remember his great grandfather John McLaren Lett, as part of the Threads of Memory project. In this photograph
2015
John Foster (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries to remember his great grandfather John McLaren Lett, as part of the Threads of Memory project. Photo: Lee Switzer.
2015
John Foster (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries to remember his great grandfather John McLaren Lett, as part of the Threads of Memory project. Photo: Lee Switzer.
2015
John Foster (Threads of Memory, 2015.
In 2015 John Foster came in to the Tauranga City Libraries to remember his great grandfather John McLaren Lett, as part of the Threads of Memory project. Photo: Lee Switzer.
2015
Headstone of Richard Dodd (1831-1865.
Richard Dodd was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1831. He arrived in New Zealand from Melbourne on board the Caduseus in 1863. He joined the 1st Waikato Regiment (Regiment No. 352)
2016
Headstone of Benjamin Cordwell (1845-1865.
Benjamin Cordwell was born in Middlesex, England in 1845, likely to Edwin Cordwell (1819-1880) and his wife Harriett (nee Sutton) (1819-?). It is not known when he arrived in New
2016
Headstone of James McAnary (c1835-1865.
James McAnary was born in c1835. He enlisted in the  68th (Durham) Light Infantry (The Faithful Durhams) and likely arrived in New Zealand with the regiment from Burma in 1864. James
2016
Headstone of Edwin Dee (c1838-1865.
Edwin Dee was born in c1838. He was a Private. Edwin died at Te Papa (Tauranga) on 29 August 1865 at the age of 29. He was buried in Tauranga Mission Cemetery
2016
Headstone of Patrick Falcon Leonard (1833-1864.
Patrick Falcon Leonard was born at Dunnichen in Angus, Scotland, on 2 June 1833. His parents were Peter and Ann Cargill Leonard (nee Roger) who married on 1 February 1830 at Arbroath
2016