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Edgar James Hammond from the Medical Corps died in Tauranga after being gassed during World War I. His headstone reads: 'In memory of our dearly loved son Edgar James Hammond
2015
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Staff Sergeant James Fredrick Seymour died in November 2011. The following year (Feb 2012) the 66th Official Newsletter of the 6th Battalion (Hauraki) Regimental Association ran the following Obituary in
2015
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Abbott William Thrift took part in the Battle of Te Ranga (21 June 1865). He received a gunshot wound to his right thigh. This page has been compiled with the
2015
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Emily Charlotte Greer was the daughter of Henry Harpur Greer who commanded British troops at during the Battle of Gate Pā at Pukehinahina (29 April 1864) and the Battle of
2015
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An obituary appearing in the 65th Hauraki News (November 2011).
2015
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This article by Kenneth Brown originally appeared in the November 2014 Issue No 77 of the Hauraki News.
2014
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Ian Lowman (NZ413204/132420) was a Second World War Spitfire fighter pilot with the RNZAF, RAF and RCAF. He was entitled to the 1939-45 Star, Aircrew Europe Medal, Defence Medal, Africa
2014
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Leslie Charles Kenney served at Gallipoli and on the Western Front. In 1921 he died from the effects of being gassed during the war.
2014
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Longest-stay Permanent Patient in New Zealand
2014
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Ruby Bruning (Johanson), Patient, 1920’s. Early Life in the Children’s Ward. In 1914 parents were discouraged from visiting their sick child in hospital. Today, parents are encouraged to be part
2014, 1915, 1925
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Urologist, Head of Clinical School at Tauranga Hospital.
2014
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Fred Hollows was at Tauranga Hospital from 1958-1959. It was here that he made his first significant move towards becoming an ‘eye doctor’. He had completed an ‘eye term’ as
2014
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Gastroenterologist, New Zealand Order of Merit.
2014
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Rifleman Davies, "The Dinks" served in the member of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force (NZEF). He was injured by a shell explosion and wrote the following postcard from Hospital. He
2014
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Tauranga man William Storrier Dashwood was taken Prisoner of War during World War II. "Generally we went hungry, we suffered tortures both physical and mental and saw the most shocking
2014
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Private John Tims was aged 27 when he was killed during the Battle of Te Ranga.
2014
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Maurice Edward William Fitzgerald was a major during World War I.
2013
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George Victor Clark was a Machine Gunner and Bugler during World War I. The information in this article was compiled by his relative, Lisa Clark.
2014
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Text from BOP Times 13 August 1982 (a series or articles as part of the "Add life to years" project by the community health department of the Tauranga Public Hospital).
2013
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4/1639 Sapper Michael Tobin, NZETC. First NZEF death on Western Front.
2014