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Transcribed by Ted’s wife Dot with minor corrections and editing by Dianne Noonan (nee Sherlock) of Wellington in May 2007. Dianne is Ted’s youngest grandchild. Published in the 48th Hauraki
2015
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Katikati man James Passfield served in World War I (1914-1918) and was wounded on the Etaples front in 1917. He was my second cousin once removed - Debbie McCauley.
2013
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Does this article look wrong. View an archived version here. Military Record: http://ndhadeliver.natlib.govt.nz/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE19804772  George was named after his mother's brother George Tahere Faulkner also known as Puhi Faulkner. George had a prodigious
2015
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This description of Sloan Morpeth (18899) was in the introduction of Allan Philip Morpeth's book,The “Waiheathens” at Gallipoli.
2014
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This description of Robert N (Nick) Morpeth (1892-1959) was in the introduction of Allan Philip Morpeth's book,The “Waiheathens” at Gallipoli.
2014
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This description of Moore Morpeth (18899) was in the introduction of Allan Philip Morpeth's book,The “Waiheathens” at Gallipoli
2014
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Tad Morpeth served in both World Wars. During the First World War he kept diaries which were later transcribed by his son Allan Morpeth.
2014
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This description of George (Chap) Morpeth CSM (1889-1950) was in the introduction of Allan Philip Morpeth's book,The “Waiheathens” at Gallipoli.
2014, 1910, 1920
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This description of Allan Morpeth (18899) was in the introduction of Allan Philip Morpeth's book,The “Waiheathens” at Gallipoli.
2014
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Frank Gordon Morrow joined the first NZEF and was shipped to Egypt for training, then Gallipoli where he was wounded.
2016
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Arthur, known as Uncle Nelson by his family, served two tours during the First World War and within New Zealand during the Second World War. Family lore has it that
2016
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William George Lomas was from Katikati. He served in World War I (1914-1918) and was my first cousin twice removed - Debbie McCauley.
2013
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Joseph Alexander Govan lay severely wounded on a battlefield for two agonising days before he could be rescued and treated. He received three white feathers whilst convalescing at his mother’s
2012
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ROBERT THOMSON (BERT) GOULDING (1886-1987) was a Tauranga Town Planner. He was part of the Hauraki Regiment and 8th Survey Company, Royal Engineers during the First World War and present
2014, 1909, 1919, 1915, 1925
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Does this article look wrong? Click here for an archived version.  New Plymouth born Leonard Garfield Goodacre worked as a Clerk for Hal Garfield (father). He signed up in August 1915 and
2015
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Eric Lucas Goodacre (13/2324) was a First World War soldier in the Auckland Mounted Rifles.
2015
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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