Topic: Lest We Forget by Debbie McCauley

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This page is dedicated to relatives of mine who either served in wartime, took part in wartime activities, protested against war, were part of military organisations between wars, or paid the 'ultimate sacrifice' - Debbie McCauley.

Field of Remembrance (Tauranga)Royal New Zealand Fencibles (1847-1852)

  1. Henry Brierly (1804-1890) Berhampore
  2. Edward Watts Garmonsway (1809-1875) Inchinnian

Waikato Militia (1860-1866)

  1. Edward Watts Garmonsway (1809-1875) (2nd Regiment)
  2. Edward Watts Garmonsway (1840-1935) (2nd Regiment)
  3. John Henry Garmonsway (1835-1915) (2nd Regiment) 
  4. Thomas Garmonsway (1843-1918) (2nd Regiment)

Royal Irish Constabulary

  1. Thomas Henry Kelly (1862-1942)

South African Conflict (Boer War 1899-1902)

  1. Arthur Benjamin Birkett (1876-1908)
  2. Francis Garmonsway (1876-1958)
  3. Thomas Albert Garmonsway (1881-1977)
  4. George Arthur Kelly (1871-1932) & WWI
  5. John Bell Kelly (1869-1901) Killed in Action: Battle of Bakenlaagte
  6. John Richard McCauley (1879-1938) & WWI
  7. Charles Watt (1880-1918) WWI & Hunterville Mounted Rifles
  8. John Walker Watt (1874-1963) WWI & Hunterville Mounted Rifles

Hunterville Mounted Rifles

  1. Charles Watt (1880-1918) Boer War & WWI
  2. John Walker Watt (1874-1963) Boer War & WWI

Waikato Mounted Rifles

  1. Arthur Edward Kelly (1886-1918) Influenza Pandemic
  2. Frederick James Kelly (1896-1971)
  3. Walter George Kelly (1907-1981)

World War I (1914-1918)

  1. Charles Hallard Allan (1893-1966) 1918 Influenza Pandemic
  2. Cyril John Allan (1897-1969) Wounded: France (20 September 1916)
  3. Walter Barraclough (1894-1969) Wounded: Battle of the Somme (29 October 1918) & 1918 Influenza Pandemic
  4. Alexander Law Bell (1897-1918) Killed in Action: Battle of Amiens (9 August 1918)
  5. John Edward Bell (1889-1917) Killed in Action: Belgium (17 June 1917)
  6. Hugh Carlisle Birkett (1895-1917) Somme: died on active service from meningitis in Belgium
  7. Samuel Hastings Brierly (1895-1974)
  8. Arthur Rupert Chipper (1886-1956) & WWII
  9. Henry Thomas Chipper (1893-1915) Killed in Action: Gallipoli (7 August 1915)
  10. Edward James Crawford (1888-1944) Wounded: Battle of Messines, Belgium (7 June 1917) 
  11. Frederick Kahui Crawford (1895-1960) Wounded: France (7 June 1917 & 11 December 1917)
  12. Charles Vincent Garmonsway (1890-1968)
  13. Edward Watt Garmonsway (1885-1967) Wounded: France (9 May 1918)
  14. Harold Gordon Garmonsway (1889-1918) Killed in Action: Somme, France (27 March 1918)
  15. Roy Leslie Garmonsway (1894-1966)
  16. Joseph Alexander Govan (1896-1969) Wounded: Somme, France (15 September 1916) 
  17. Stewart Angus Govan (1898-1953)
  18. Raymond Beaton Howie (1896-1918) Killed in Action: Le Cateau, France
  19. Alicia Mary Kelly (1874-1942) Gallipoli nurse awarded Croix de Guerre (War Cross), Military Medal and Royal Red Cross
  20. Charles Edward Kelly (1873-1957)
  21. George Arthur Kelly (1871-1932) & Boer War Wounded: France (5 October 1917)
  22. Albert James King (1890-1971)
  23. Irwin Wendon Kingdon (1894-1953)
  24. William George Lomas (1897-1966) Wounded
  25. John Richard McCauley (1879-1938) & Boer War Wounded: France (25 May 1918)
  26. Joseph Albert McCauley (1892-1977) Samoan Advance Party
  27. William Patrick Murdoch (1890-1974) 1st NZEF Engineers
  28. Henry Ernest Passfield (1894-1962) Wounded: Gallipoli (25 April 1915)
  29. James Passfield (1896-1969) Wounded: Etaples (16 November 1917)
  30. John Andrew Stewart Pickens (1896-1918) Died of gunshot wounds: France
  31. Thomas Francis Quinn (1894-1923) Died after discharge from wounds inflicted or disease contracted while on active service
  32. William Edward Quinn (1896-1984) Wounded: France (March 1918)
  33. Arthur Joseph Simpson (1893-1951)
  34. Percy Donaldson Simpson (1895-1966)
  35. William George Simpson (1890-1970)
  36. Reginald George Smith (1888-1918) Killed in Action
  37. Charles Francis Stewart (1893-1987)
  38. Barnabas Turner (1880-1962) Gassed
  39. Charles Philip Turner (1894-1976)
  40. Oliver Turner (1892-1974)
  41. Frank Walker (1883-1953) Gallipoli: Distinguished Conduct Medal
  42. Wilfred Stanley Wallis (1891-1957) Medical Corps
  43. Peter Wallace (1897-1965)
  44. Charles Watt (1880-1918) Killed in Action: Gallipoli (30 May 1915)
  45. John Walker Watt (1874-1963) & Boer War
  46. Ernest Edward Weston (1886-1951)
  47. William George Weston (1885-1945)
  48. Frank William Yearbury (1895-1918) Killed in Action: Somme, France (5 April 1918)

1918 Influenza Pandemic (Spanish 'flu) 

  1. Charles Hallard Allan (1893-1966) & WWI
  2. Walter Barraclough (1894-1969) & WWI
  3. Emmett Dennis Birkett (1909-1918) 
  4. John Alexander Govan (1873-1918)
  5. Arthur Edward Kelly (1886-1918) & Waikato Mounted Rifles

World War II (1939-1945)

  1. Albert Charles Adams (1915-1995)
  2. Charles Albert Allan (1922-1967)
  3. Edward Allan (1908-1988)
  4. Frank Leonard Allan (1918-1978)
  5. James Brown Allan (1915-1966)
  6. William Henry Allan (1913-1961)
  7. William Burnett Allen (1919-1942) Killed in Action: Egypt
  8. Alan Arthur Burcher (1916-1945) Died as a POW
  9. William Edward Burcher (1922-1945) Killed in Action
  10. Arthur Rupert Chipper (1886-1956) & WWI
  11. Allen Crawford (1906-1986). 
  12. Eric William Crawford (1924-1988)
  13. Colin Godfrey Crawford (1919-1964)
  14. George Frederick William Crawford (1913-1977)
  15. John Anzac Crawford (1916-1982)
  16. Noel Crawford (1922-1975)
  17. Charles William Dixon (1909-2002) Wounded: 1944 Battle of Monte Cassino
  18. Arthur Harry Garmonsway
  19. Galvan Gordon Garmonsway (1921-2017) D Company, 24 Battalion http://www.newzealandersatwar.com/Interviewees.html
  20. Ronald Francis Garmonsway - 22 Battalion
  21. Joseph Arnaud Govan (1924-1995)
  22. Eric Grant (1912-1999)
  23. Alfred Leslie Hamilton (1915-1994)
  24. Alice Joyce Hamilton (nee Leigh) (1923-1975) Land Girl
  25. Charles Douglas Hamilton (1920-1999) POW
  26. Wilfred Arthur Hamilton (1911-1996)
  27. Andrew Edward Jensen (1917-1941) Killed in Action: sinking of the SS Chakdina
  28. Clarence Lloyd Kelly (1921-1942) Killed in Action: Mediterranean
  29. Edward George Lecky (1906-1970)
  30. David Augustus Lemme (1919-1999)
  31. Arthur Edward McCauley (1910-1979) (known as 'Arthur James McCauley')
  32. Bernard McCauley (1905-1964)
  33. John Glen McCauley (1912-1942) Lost at Sea: Bay of Biscay
  34. Lennard John George McCauley (1904-1980) Pacifist and Conscientious Objector
  35. William Stanley McCauley (1920-2011) - Service No. 64021 2NZEF 2nd Lt Pacific Commando
  36. Colin Mason (1925-1944) Killed in Action: Northern France
  37. Kenneth Mason (1920-2003)
  38. Eric William Henry Muir (1914-2004) POW: Stalag 18A 
  39. Audrey Jean Robinson (nee Govan) (1921-2005)
  40. Renee Sells (nee Turner) (1923-1999) 207 Squadron (RAF)
  41. Jack Malcolm Smith (1921-2000)
  42. Ronald Turner (1920-2004)
  43. William Findlay Turner (1922-1997)
  44. Basil Alexander Walker (1919-1941) Killed in Action: Egypt (Wellington bomber aircraft)
  45. Henry Luke Walker (1912-1975)
  46. Albert Douglas Wood (1916-1941) Accidental death on active service (Defiant Nightfighter) 

Korean War (1950-1953)

  1. James William Geraghty (1929-2013)

Vietnam War (1955-1975)

  1. James Robert Gatenby (1938-1969) Killed in Action: Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam

 

Other pages

Article Index: Debbie McCauley.

Benjamin Burkett was my fourth great grandfather. In 1841 he arrived in New Zealand with his wife and three children on board the 'Slains Castle'.

Edward Hart (1802-1884) Bricklayer Edward Hart was sentenced to seven years jail aboard a prison hulk for stealing food and drink to feed his wife and family in 1825. The Hart family later arrived in New Zealand on board the 'Tyne' in 1841. Edward was my fourth great grandfather.

John Hamilton (1835-1892) My second great grandfather and a Katikati pioneer.

Herstory: Women of my family Women’s stories have often been relegated to the background in the roles of wives, mothers, daughters and housekeepers. This page is dedicated to the stories of the women in my family and stands as a tribute to the part they all played in the shaping of history.

McCauley Letters to New Zealand from Wartime Britain During World War II John Glen McCauley and his wife Joan Dorothy McCauley wrote a series of letters to John's older sister Hazel Emily Anderson (nee McCauley) who lived at the time in Wellington and then Wanganui. Since Hazel's death in 1990 the collection, which consists of over thirty letters, has been preserved by her daughter Patricia (Trish) Rae Bowden (nee Anderson).

War, Culture and Memory (2011).

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Year:1914