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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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Katikati settler William John Stewart brought a consignment of blackbirds, thrushes and starlings to New Zealand on board the Lady Jocelyn in 1878. He was also the father of the
2014
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These photographs of Grace Andrews were taken in 1900 by Emily Surtees. Grace's parents arrived in New Zealand on board the 'Carisbrooke Castle' on 8 September 1875, the year prior
2012
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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
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Margaret Torrens Miller was the wife of Katikati founder George Vesey Stewart. They had nine children together before an application was made for divorce, citing Margaret's adultery with her nineteen
2013
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Heni Te Kiri Karamu (1840-1933) (also known as Heni Pore, Jane Russell and Jane Foley) claimed to be at the Battle of Gate Pā (Pukehinahina) which took place on 29
2012
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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
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Bookkeeper Andrew Charles Haua was on board the Hospital Ship 'Delta' when he died on 11 August 1915 of wounds received in action. He had sustained a gunshot wound to
2014
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Maria Gallaher was the first teacher at the Katikati No. 2 School in Beach Road after it was built in 1879. Three of her son's were killed during World War
2013
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Esme Francis Jack was the wife of Katikati Chemist John Edgar Bongard Warn (1904-1969).
2013
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Addeen Emma Goss married Edward George Gledstanes in Katikati in 1885. Her father, Stephen Goss, was a Katikati farmer.
2013
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Katikati settler, George Thomas Hyde, arrived in New Zealand at age 33 as a single man on the Broderick Castle on 23 March 1876.
2013
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Barney MacDonnell was a jovial big bearded Irishman who stood over six fee tall (1.8m), weighed over 20 stone (130kg) and owned the Uretara Hotel. He became a legend for
2013
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Katikati man and Boer War Veteran James Thorpe was a victim on the 1918 Influenza Pandemic that swept through New Zealand.
2013