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Lance Corporal Andrew Patrick Hughes signed up with the Wellington West Coast Mounted Rifles in his thirties but already had experience in the South African War in his twenties. Andrew
2014
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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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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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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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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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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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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 Moore 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
Genealogy Record
This description of Sloan Morpeth (18899) was in the introduction of Allan Philip Morpeth's book,The “Waiheathens” at Gallipoli.
2014
Genealogy Record
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 View an archived version here.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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Does this article look wrong? See an archived version here. This close up photograph was staged as part of a public relations exercise showing the Australian Light Horse and New Zealand
2014
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ONE KIWI FAMILY'S WW1 SACRIFICE. Remembered by local Tauranga man Pete Morris. This story was picked up by the New Zealand Listener Magazine in the 2014 (August 16-22) edition.
2014
Genealogy Record
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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A 2013 Memoir and Local History Competition.
2014, 1911, 1921
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Does this article look wrong? Click here for an archived version. Corporal Claude Patrick Quinlan (12/2916) was of Matamata in the Waikato. His service record identifies he served in several theatres of operations:
2014
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Ernest Alfred Rogers (1898-1993) was a WWI pilot in the era famous for the Red Baron. He is remembered by Tauranga resident and granddaughter Carolyn Mooney.
2013, 1913, 1923
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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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Miner Michael Tobin worked for the Public Works Department in Tauranga. He was the first New Zealand soldier to die on the Western Front during World War I.
2012
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Arnold Henfrey Watson was a farmer at Pongakawa when in March 1916 he took a trip to the recruiting office in Rotorua to join up.
2013