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DENNISTON soldiers of New Zealand

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some DENNISTON young men served in war for New Zealand

ARTHUR Denniston
served as: Private 46310
unit: 26th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Regiment, A Company
occupation: tanner
next of kin: R. Denniston (brother), Great South Road, Ellerslie, Auckland
embarked: from Wellington 9 June 1917


CHARLES PITT Denniston (1883-1966)
served as: Lance Corporal 14402
unit: 14th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Battalion, A Company
occupation: orchardist
next of kin: Mrs Jeanne Eugene Mabel Denniston (wife), Waikumete
embarked: from Wellington 26 June 1916


DAVID BRUNTON Denniston (1896-1977)
served as: Rifleman 24/114
unit: 2nd Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, A Company
enlistment address: c/o McDonald, Annat, Canterbury
next of kin: Reverend A.E. Axelsen (guardian), 41 Clyde Street, Dunedin
embarked: from Wellington 9 Oct 1915
born: Fremantle, WA to Robert Archibald DENNISTON & Susan Jane BRUNTON
- an older brother, Robert Blair Denniston was also born in Perth, WA, the 6 younger siblings were born in Otago


FRED Denniston
served as: Sapper 4/1255
enlisted from: Box 7, Hamilton
unit: Headquarters (available for transfer), Tunnelling Company
next of kin: Fred Dennison (nephew), Hamilton
embarked: from Auckland 18 Dec 1915


GEORGE GORDON Denniston (1885-1958)
served as: Second Lieutenant 9/918
unit: Otago Mounted Rifles, 4th Reinforcements
enlisted from: 36 Melville Street, Dunedi
next of kin: Mrs Frances Dorothea Denniston (wife), care of Hon. Justice Sim, Musselburgh Rise, Dunedin
embarked: from Wellington 17 April 1915
- George married Frances Dorothea SIM in 1915
he also served in 1918:
GEORGE GORDON Denniston
served as: Lieutenant 9/997
unit: Headquarters Staff, Officer Commanding Troops
occupation: auctioneer
next of kin: Mrs F. D. Denniston (wife), c/o Mr Justice Sim, Musselburgh Rise, Dunedin
embarked: from Wellington 16 May 1918
son of: George Lyon DENNISTON & Eleanor Bissell REYNOLDS


JAMES ARCHIBALD Denniston (1898-1917)
served as: Rifleman 24/115
unit: 2nd Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, A Company
enlisted from: c/o G. L. Rutherford, McDonald Downs, Hawarden
next of kin: Reverend A. E. Axelsen (guardian), 41 Clyde Street, Dunedin
embarked: from Wellington 9 October 1915
son of: Robert Archibald DENNISTON & Susan Jane
JAMES ARCHIBALD Denniston was KILLED IN ACTION 12 Oct 1917 at Ypres


JAMES Denniston
served as: private 4520
unit: No 25 Company, Otago Section, South African War
occupation: blacksmith in Southland
enlisted from: Fox St., Avenal
nest of kin: Samuel Edward Denniston, father, Fox Street, Avenal
embarked: 27 Feb 1901


LESLIE HUNTER Denniston (1890-1965)
served as: 14538
unit: 9th Reinforcements 4th Battalion, H Company
occupation: Judge's associate
next of kin: G. L. Denniston (father), Bond Street, Dunedin
embarked: from Wellington 11 October 1916
son of: George Lyon DENNISTON & Eleanor Bissell REYNOLDS


MAURICE EDWARD Denniston (1879-1935)
served as: Captain 3/1810
unit: Hospital Ship No. 1, "Maheno" (Second Charter)
occupation: surgeon dentist
next of kin: Mrs M. Denniston (wife), Pendarves, Lower Hutt, Wellington
embarked: from Wellington 25 January 1916
son of: John Edward DENNISTON & Mary Helen BATHGATE


THOMAS GIBSON Denniston
served as: Private 8/3890
unit: 10th Reinforcements Otago Infantry Battalion, D Company
occupation: bank clerk
next of kin: Mrs M. I. Denniston (mother), Glasgow Street, Balclutha,
embarked: from Wellington 4 March 1916


THOMAS HILLIER Denniston (1892-1915)
son of: George Lyon DENNISTON & Eleanor Bissell REYNOLDS
served as: Sergeant 3/195
unit: New Zealand Medical Corps, Field Ambulance
enlisted from: 36 Melville Street, Dunedin,
next of kin: G. L. Denniston, Noble Street, Dunedin,
embarked: from Auckland 16 October 1914
THOMAS HILLIER DENNISTON died of enteric fever 28 July 1915 in Malta, aged 23

Surnames: BATHGATE BRUNTON DENNISTON REYNOLDS SIM
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