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KIWIS on Chunuk Bair Memorial to the Missing - DOBBIE to GOSLING

Journal by ngairedith

There are more than 850 New Zealanders dedicated on the
CHUNUK BAIR MEMORIAL to the MISSING at Gallipoli

- this is PAGE 3 - DOBBIE to GOSLING

- - - a highlighted name indicates photo - - -
- - - number in brackets is panel number at memorial

PAGE 1 - ABBOTT to BUTLER
PAGE 2 - CAMERON to DIXON
PAGE 3 - DOBBIE to GOSLING
PAGE 4 - GRACE to LYNCH
PAGE 5 - MacDONALD to McLENNAN
PAGE 6 - McLEOD to RIST
PAGE 7 - ROBBIE to TERRY
PAGE 8 - THAXTER to YOUNG

- the BATTLE OF CHUNUK BAIR
- the meaning of
MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES at Encyclopaedia of WWI

SOURCES USED
* ANZAC.GOVT.NZ Kiwis in Gallipoli Cemeteries
* COMMONWEALTH WAR GRAVES COMMISSION
* NEW ZEALAND ELECTRONIC TEXT CENTRE - NZ in WWI
* NEW ZEALANDs ROLL OF HONOUR - all wars
* FIND A GRAVE at Chunuk Bair
* CENOTAPH at Auckland Museum
* ARCHIVES NZ
* LOST LEADERS OF ANZACS
* GENIES' JOTTINGS - newspaper transcripts

DOBBIE, Private, REGINALD HENRY VICTOR, 10/1470. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 3rd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 27
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 10 Milton Road, Napier
Son of Henry Dobbie of Bungay, Suffolk, England
NEXT OF KIN: Mr Henry Dobbie (father) Ditchingham, Norfolk, England

DOBSON, Trooper, CHARLES RUBE, 13/320. (2)
4th (Waikato) Squadron Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 27
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Hamilton, Waikato
Son of Charles & Hannah Dobson of Kai Iwi, Waitotara, Wanganui

DONELLEY, Private, ROBERT EDWARD, 12/973. (10)
15th Company, North Auckland Infantry Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 27 - wounded twice
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Thomas William Henry & Harriett Donelley, of Kohu Kohu, Hokianga.
- Also served in Egypt (Suez Canal)
- Family Memorial at Kohukohu Cemetery, Northland
- Native of Kohukohu, Hokianga

DONKIN, Private, WILLIAM SCOTT, 10/1795. (20)
Ruahine Company, Wellington Infantry Battalion, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 23
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 76 The Terrace, Wellington
Son of Algernon Percy and Emma Nottage Donkin of 219 Harrow Rd, London, England - also of 58 Third Avenue, Queen's Park, London

DOOLEY, Lance Corporal, FRANK MARK, 9/32. (7)
Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th or 7th August 1915 age 22
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Ravensbourne, Dunedin
Son of Joseph Benjamin and Annie Dooley of Ravensbourne, Dunedin

DORE, Private, ALBERT FREDRICK CAMPBELL, 8/356. (15)
Otago Infantry Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th August 1915 age 33
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Mossburn, Wallace County, Otago
Brother and Next of Kin of James B.C. Dore of Mossburn, Wallace, Southland,

DOUGLAS, Trooper, GEORGE ALEXANDER, 13/480. (2)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 28
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Gisborne, Poverty Bay
- DOUGLAS, Trooper George Alexander, and DOUGLAS, Trooper Thomas Lewis (see below) sons of Mrs Annie Douglas of Rocklands Avenue, Dominion Road, and of the late Mr William John Douglas of Tauranga, were killed in action during the recent heavy fighting on Gallipoli. Both young men were born and educated at Tauranga where the family is well known and widely respected. Trooper G A Douglas was 28 yrs of age. He was a farmer by occupation and for about five years prior to the outbreak of war resided near Gisborne. He enlisted with the main body of the North Auckland Mounted Rifles and was killed in action on August 8. His brother, Trooper T L Douglas, was 26 years of age at the time of his death in action on August 9. For about six years prior to enlisting he resided at Ohakune where he carried on a successful business as a builder and contractor and had a promising future before him. He left in the main body with the 6th, Manawatu, Mounted Rifles. Both brothers took a keen interest in military matters and served in the old volunteers at Tauranga and Gisborne. The young brother was a particularly good rifle shot and won a number of medals and other trophies at various shooting competitions. "Both were fine young fellows" said their mother "They have done good work for their country but I expected to get one back." [AWN 02.09.1915]

DOUGLAS, Sergeant, JOHN JAMES, 13/323. (1)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 27 - Death date was Determined by Court of Enquiry.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Te Puke, Tauranga, Bay of Plenty
Son of Hugh and Jane Douglas, No.3 Road, Te Puke
- Native of Te Puke

DOUGLAS, Trooper, THOMAS LEWIS, 11/37. (5)
Wellington Mounted Rifles, 6th Manawatu Mounted Rifles N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 9th August 1915 age 26
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Ohakune East
Son of - read his brother George Alexander above ...
- Native of Tauranga

DOW, Trooper, JAMES, 9/28. (7)
Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th or 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Hawea Flat, Vincent County, Dunedin - Son of Mr & Mrs John Dow of 476 Leith St, Dunedin (also of 10 Albany Street, Dunedin)

DOWNING, Sergeant, ALBERT JOSEPH, 10/2119. (17)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 5th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 28
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Harding Road, Port Ahuriri (formerly The Spit or Iron Pot - The Iron Pot was a natural basin with the Eastern Spit (now Ahuriri) on the north, and Gough and Maori Islands on the south), Hawke's Bay
Eldest son of Mr & Mrs John Downing of Port Ahuriri, Napier

DRIVER, Private, THOMAS WILLIAM, 10/580. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 23
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Dannevirke, Hawke's Bay
Son of George & Louisa Alice Driver of 29 Elizabeth St, Timaru (also of Fairlie, Mackenzie, South Canterbury

DRYDEN, Private, GEORGE HENRY, 8/186. (15)
Otago Infantry Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 24
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Kaitangata, Otago
Nephew of J. B. Hage of Circle Hill, Milburn, Otago

DUFF, Trooper, ALBERT, 9/268. (7)
7th (Southland) Squadron Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 23
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Half-Moon Bay, (Apart from the Falkland Island Monument, the most southern War Memorial in the world is on Halfmoon Bay on Stewart Island)
Son of Margaret Hibbs (formerly Duff) of Long Bush, Southland, & the late William Duff

DUGGAN, Private, CLARENCE KIMBER, 10/1801. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Rutland Hotel, Wanganui
NEXT OF KIN: Mrs Lucy Duggan (mother) 240 Cashel St, Christchurch
Son of the late Mrs Lucy Duggan of 223 Karangahape Rd, Auckland

DUNBAR, Private, ALEXANDER COBB, 10/1802. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 21
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Club Stables, Wanganui,
Son of Mary & the late David Dunbar of Talka House, Garvock St, Laurencekirk, Scotland
- Please note this soldiers middle name is recorded as "CORN" on his birth certificate

DUNCAN, Private, ALEXANDER, 8/360. (15)
Otago Infantry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Lora Gorge, Winton, Southland
Son of Mrs Agnes Duncan of 133 Liddle St, Invercargill

DUNCAN, Corporal, ALEXANDER GRINDELL, 10/966. (18i)
Mentioned in Despatches London Gazette, 5 November 1915, p11003: Mentioned in General I. Hamilton's despatch of the 26th August 1915. (Commander in Chief, Meditterranean Expeditionary Force)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 25
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Avoca House Shakespeare Road, Napier
Son of George and Minnie Duncan of Coronation Rd, Epsom, Auckland
Next of Kin: Mrs Minnie Duncan, Burnage, Wynyard Road, Auckland
- Native of Napier

DUNCAN, Private, VICTOR, 6/1832. (12)
Canterbury Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Timaru, South Canterbury
Son of Francis & Mary Duncan of Dee Street, Timaru

DUNLEAVY, Company Sergeant Major, THOMAS, 6/623.(12)
- one source says Warrant Officer Class 2
Canterbury Infantry Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 28
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Globe Hill, Reefton, Westland
Son of Thomas & the late Mary Ann Dunleavy of 106 Bonsall St, Mill Hill, Blackburn, England
Next of Kin: T. Dunleavy, Henry Whalley Street, Blackburn, Lancashire, England

DUNLOP, Private, GORDON, 8/359. (15)
Otago Infantry Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 21st August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADSRESS: Lowe Street, Avenal, Invercargill,
Son of Mrs Alice B. Dunlop of 24 Lance St, Avenal, Invercargill NEXT OF KIN: Huntley Dunlop (brother) 38 Avenal Road, Invercargill

DUNN, Private, JOHN ROBERT, 10/594. (20)
Ruahine Company, Wellington Infantry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 26
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Commercial Club, Masterton, NZ
Son of Matthew and Sarah Dunn of Solway, Masterton
- was a journalist prior to war
- John Dunn was one of 28 New Zealand servicemen who was court martialled during WWI (5 were executed, they were given a pardon by the NZ Government on 14th Sept 2000) his offence was "Sleeping At Post' 18 July 1915, his sentence was 'Death/Mercy"
- Native of Whakataki, Masterton, Wairarapa

DUNN, Private, PETER DAVID, 8/781. (15)
Otago Infantry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Otekaieke, Waitaki, North Otago, NZ
Son of Mr & Mrs John Dunn of 5 Holmes S, Waimate
Next of Kin: Alan Dunn (brother) 5 Holmes Street, Waimate, Timaru

DUNN, Private, ROBERT CHRISTY, 10/328. (20)
Wellington Infantry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Waikanae, Horowhenua, Wellington
Brother of Mr J. A. Dunn of Silverstream, Wellington
Next of Kin: J.A. Dunn of Silverstream, Wellington

DURHAM, Lance Corporal, DONALD, 13/179. (1)
ALSO Waipu War Memorial
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Waipu, Bream Bay, Northland
Son of Mary Durham of Waipu, Auckland & the late John Durham
- Brother of: 12/3223 Corporal Norman Durham, died U.K, X France, 1st June 1917. CWGC records the late John Durham. KIA 6 Aug 1915, Dardenelles, Donald, s/o Mr & Mrs John Durham. [AWN 09.09.1915].

DUTTON, Private, JAMES HEYWOOD, 12/969. (10)
Auckland Infantry Battalion, Main Body, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: c/o Auckland Mental Hospital, Auckland
did this become a barracks?
FROM NEWSPAPER CUTTINGS for James - GENIES' JOTTINGS (above link)
- June 10 1915 Sick/wounded, Cairo: returned to Front
- June 17 1915 Wounded
- June 17 1915 In hospital
- July 01 1915 Wounded June 5
- Sept 09 1915 Wounded Aug 8 (2nd)

EARLEY, Private, EDWARD JOHN, 10/1232. (20)
Wellington Infantry Battalion, 2nd Reinforcements, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Manunui, King Country
Son of Mr & Mrs Robert Earley, of Mananui
Next of Kin: Mrs E.M. Kelly, Manunui

EBBETT, Private, ALBERT WINTER JAMES, 8/1459. (15)
Otago Infantry Battalion, 3rd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: c/o G. Blackmore, Eketahuna, Wairarapa
Son of Mary & the late William Ebbett, Rimu Rd, Kelburn, Wellington
- Also written: W. Ebbett (father), Aberfoyle, Bourke Street, Palmerston North

EDGAR, Trooper, JOHN, 9/271. (7)
Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th or 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Glenure, Balfour, Southland
Son of Mr & Mrs J. Edgar of Green Island, Dunedin
Next of Kin: Mr John Edgar (father) Green Island, Dunedin, Otago

EDWARDS, Private, JOHN HENRY, 10/1475. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 3rd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 25
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Coswell Point, Mount Cameron, possibly Upper Rakaia,
Son of John & Frances Edwards
Next of Kin: Mrs W. Notley (sister) 32 Trunbleys Road, Deptford, London, England

ELLABY, Private, CECIL ANNESLEY, 10/2124. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 5th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 27
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Holmbush, Gisborne,
Son of the Rev. A. H. and Mrs. Ellaby, of Thornham Vicarage, King's Lynn, England
Next of Kin: Mrs Margaret Julia Ellaby (mother), Rectory Kings, Lynn Norfolk, England

ELLINGHAM, Private, CLAUDE, 10/1476. (20)
Wellington Infantry Battalion, 3rd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Pacific Hotel, Hastings, NZ
Son of Mr & Mrs A. Ellingham, of Hastings, Hawke's Bay
Next of Kin: Alfred Ellingham (father) Pacific Hotel, Hastings

ELLIS, Private, SYDNEY ROBERT, 8/2264. (15)
Otago Infantry Battalion, Samoan Advance Force, 4th Reinforcements
Died of wounds 8th August 1915 age 20
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 17 Upland Road, Kelburn,
Son of Robert Henry & Lottie Ellis of Kelburn, Wellington
- Left New Zealand for Samoa 15th August 1914 then for Gallipoli, 17th April 1915

ELLIS, Private, THOMAS, 8/2424. (15)
Otago Infantry Battalion, 5th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Died of wounds 20th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Mosgiel, Taieri Plains, Mosgiel,Otago
Son of Mr & Mrs J. Ellis of Mosgiel, Otago

ELMSLIE, Major, JAMES McGREGOR, 11/629. (4)
- ALSO BIO HERE
Mentioned in Despatches - London Gazette 28th January 1916 (list death date). ELMSLIE, Major J McG, of Waverley, who has died of wounds, served in the South African war with the second NZ contingent and was the recipient of a medal with five clasps. He held the rank of captain at the time he offered his services with the expeditionary force and when Major CHISHOLM was invalided, Capt Elmslie was promoted to the rank of major. He was an old representative footballer. [AWN 26.08.1915]
Wellington Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Born on 21st August 1876 in Wanganui
Killed in action 9th August 1915 age 38
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Waverley, Taranaki
- Son of Anne & the late Peter Elmslie of "Hillside" Waverley - also: parents Peter & Anne Elmslie, Burwood, Sydney
Husband of Martha Jean Elmslie of "The Shack" 2 Kelso St, Burwood, Sydney, Australia
- Next of Kin: Mrs James Elmslie (wife) Blair, Asher Street, Coogee, Sydney, Australi
- SERVICE MEDALS & CLASPS: 1914-1915 Star - British War Medal - Victory Medal - Gallipoli Medallion - Queens South Africa Medal & 5 Clasps, Johannesburg, Diamond Hill, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, South Africa 1901
- 10 August 1915, Major Elmslie was buried at Old No.3 Post.

ELSMORE, Private, FREDERICK JOHN, 12/1949. (10)
Auckland Infantry Battalion, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 27
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 9A Spring Street Ponsonby, Auckland, NZ
Son of Mr & Mrs Frederick John Elsmore of 156 Great North Rd, Auckland

ELSTON, Trooper, WILLIAM ALLAN, 9/33. (7)
Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th - 7th August 1915 Age 26
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Kauroa Hill, via Oamaru,
Son of Charles H.B. & Agnes B. Elston of Georgetown Oamaru

ENRIGHT, Corporal, PERCY, 10/337. (18)
Wellington Infatnry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 24
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 49 Terrace Street, Palmerston North, Son of Michael H. & Mary Jane Enright of 51 Tanner St, Richmond, Melbourne, Australia - Native of Toongabbie, Gippsland, Victoria

ERICKSEN, Lance Corporal, ALFRED GEORGE, 11/761. (5)
Wellington Mounted Rifles, 2nd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 9th August 1915 age 33
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Pongaroa, Pahiatua
Son of Christopher and Eliza Maria Ericksen
Next of Kin: Mrs C. Ericksen (mother) deceased, Mauriceville, Masterton, Wairarapa
- Native of Mauriceville, Wairarapa

EVANS, Private, WALTER, 8/1232. (15)
Otago Infantry Battalion, 2nd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th August 1915 age 26
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 19 Martin Street, Waikanae, Wellington
Son of Richard and Christine Evans of Kowai Bush, Canterbury
Next of Kin: Mr R.R. Evans (father) Springfield, Canterbury

FALCONER, Private, WILLIAM CHARLES, 10/777. (20)
Wellington Infantry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Eltham, Taranaki
Son of Mr & Mrs L. Falconer of Riwaka, Nelson
Next of Kin: L. Falconer, Wairoa, Hawke's Bay

FARR, Trooper, ARTHUR JOHN, 13/185. (2)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 23
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Waimate, South Canterbury
ALSO WRITTEN UP AS:
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Waimate North, Bay of Islands, N
Son of Mrs M.J. & the late Wiliam Farr, of Llangaview, Usk,
Monmouthshire, UK
Next of Kin: Mr W. D. Farr (brother) Police-Station, Auckland

FARRAR, Thomas, 11/763 - real name HALL, Albert Edward

FARRELLY, Trooper, OLIVER LAWRENCE, 13/334. (2)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 28
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Ngaruawahia, Waikato, NZ
Son of Robert Goodfelow & the late Clara Maria Farrelly of 3 Rawlings St, Eden Terrace, Auckland
Next of Kin: Robert Goodfellow & Clara Maria Farrelly, Ohinemuri, Waikato, NZ - ALSO:
Next of Kin: R.G. Farrelly (father), Waitekauri, Waikato

FAWCETT, Sergeant, THOMAS, 11/623. (4)
Wellington Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 19th December 1915 age 24
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Manunui, Kaitieke, King Country
Son of John and Eliza Fawcett of St. Andrews, Blenheim, Marlborough

FEARON, Private, HENRY GUY, 10/704. (20)
Wellington Infantry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Midhurst, Stratford, Taranaki
Son of Mr & Mrs Henry William Fearon of Hillsborough Onehunga Auckland - also of Chatham Street, Mount Roskill, Auckland

FIELD, Private, HENRY GEORGE, 10/347. (20)
Taranaki Coy. Wellington Infantry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 23
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: c/o Mrs Luks, Ohingaiti, Rangitikei, Manawatu
Son of William Edward & Jane (nee Ridgway) Field of High St Carterton, Wairarapa
- 4th May 1892 Picton, Marlborough, NZ

FITCHETT, Private, ALFRED VICTOR, 6/1027. (12)
Canterbury Infantry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Died 7th August 1915 age 25
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Wakefield Avenue, Sumner, Christchurch, Canterbury
Son of Thomas and Alice Fitchett of Hook Basingstoke England

FITZGERALD, Private, PATRICK GREGORY, 6/1842. (12)
Canterbury Infantry Battalion, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 20
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Timaru, South Canterbury, NZ
Son of William and Mary Fitzgerald of Wellington Street, Timaru

FLETCHER, Private, HERBERT, 10/1812. (20)
Wellington Infantry Battalion, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Cape Runaway, Bay of Plenty
Next of Kin: Mr George Fletcher, c/o Mrs Harrison, Taumarau, Gisborne, Poverty Bay

FLETCHER, Trooper, SAMUEL, 13/556. (2)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 24
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Trafalgar Street, Onehunga, Auckland, New Zealand
Son of William Thomas & the late Sarah A. Fletcher of Trafalgar St, Onehunga Auckland

FLETCHER, Trooper, WILLIAM, 13/799. (2)
Auckland Mounted Rifles,3rd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT AFDDRESS: Ruawara, Huntly, Waikato, NZ
Son of Frank Fletcher, Waterworks Street, Hull, England

FLYNN, Private, ROBERT SHANNELL, 10/1157. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 2nd Reserves N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Hawera, Egmont Hotel, Taranaki,
OCCUPTAION: Hair Dresser for A. Colson, High Street, Hawera, Taranaki
Son of Michael & Florence Maria Flynn (nee Old), 92 Bell Street, Wanganui

FORREST, Sergeant, JOHN, 8/1047. (14)
- CWGC has Joh's name as "Joseph" this is incorrect.
Otago Infantry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 12th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: c/o Central Hotel, Dundein, NZ
Son of David Forrest, Dunback Farm, Bowling, Scotland

FORREST,trooper, LIONEL GORDON, 13/50. (2)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 14 Park Road, Grafton, Auckland, NZ NEXT OF KIN J. E. Forrest, PO Box 740, Johannesburg, South Africa.

FRANCIS, Trooper, CHARLES WALTER, 13/172. (2)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 27
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Taneatua, Whakatane, Bay of Plenty
Son of Mrs E.S. Francis, Whakatane, Bay of Plenty, NZ
CWGC has: Son of John and E.J. Francis of Short St, Whakatane

FRASER, Private, ALBERT JOHN, 12/2294. (10)
Auckland Infantry Regiment, 5th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: SS Ngapuhi, Auckland, New Zealand
Son of Jane & the late William Fraser of 26 Warbreck Moor, Aintree, Liverpool, England

FRASER, Private, ARTHUR JOHN, 10/1817. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Watsons Boardinghouse, Masterton, Wairarapa
Next of Kin: Mr James Watson (friend), Masterton, Wairarapa

FRASER, Private, MALCOLM, 10/252. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Marquis of Normanby Hotel, Carterton, Wairarapa - The Marquis of Normanby Hotel was named after the 2nd Marquis of Normanby, George Augustus Constantine Phipps, who was Governor of New Zealand from 1872 to 1879 - this is the original Marquis of Normanby Hotel, built in 1876. It burnt down and was rebuilt in 1924.
Son of Malcolm Fraser, 02 Mayfield Avenue, Cardiff, Wales

FREEMAN, Private, JOSEPH ALEXANDER, 10/1489. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 3rd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 23
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 42 Dublin Street, Wanganui, NZ
Son of Frederick George & the late Sarah Freeman of Tainui St, Ohakune, near Mount Ruapehu - also of Upham St, Ohakune

FREW, Corporal, ANDREW, 12/542. (9)
Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 10th August 1915 age 25
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Hikurangi, Whangarei, Northland, NZ Son of Andrew and Janet Frew of 5 Alba Rd, Epsom, Auckland Native of Kirkmuirhill, Scotland

FRYER, Trooper, ANTHONY THOMAS, 13/330. (2)
4th (Waikato) Squadron Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 31
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Te Kuiti, Waitomo, Waikato, NZ
Son of Thomas and Fanny (bee Barnard) Fryer of Westacre, Swaffham, Norfolk, England
- born West Acre, Swaffham, County Norfolk, England

GAFFNEY, Private, OWEN, 6/1696 - real name John QUEENAN. (13)
Canterbury Infantry Battalion, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Denniston, West Coast, NZ
Next of Kin: John Queenan (father) 59 North Church Street, Dundee, Scotland
Son of Owen and Margaret Queenan Gaffney of 59 Church St, Dundee, Scotland

GALLOWAY, Private, ROBERT, 10/2147. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 5th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 22
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Gisborne, Poverty Bay, New Zealand
Son of Thomas and Margaret Galloway of Kutene Rd, Kaiti, Gisborne
- Native of Waerengaahika, Gisborne

GARDINER, Private, ANDREW, 6/459. (20)
Canterbury Infantry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Fairlie, Mackenzie District, South Canterbury NZ
Son of Mr & Mrs Andrew Gardiner of 139 Vincent St, Glasgow Scotland also of Carluke, Lanarkshire, Scotland

GARDINER, Trooper, HERMAN, 7/478 (4)
- served as Herman JARDINE
Canterbury Mounted Rifles,2nd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th or 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Queenstown, Otago, New Zealand
Son of Mr & Mrs W. Gardiner of Gladstone, Invercargill
Next of Kin: Mr William Gardiner (uncle), Leven Street, Gladstone, Invercargill, Southland, New Zealand

GARDNER, Private, ALFRED, 10/923. (20)
Wellington Infantry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: c/o A. Davison, Waipawa, Hawke's Bay
Son of Mrs Fanny Newson (formerly Gardner), of Ohinemutu, Rotorua - also of Te Aroha, Piako NZ

GARDNER, Private, WILLIAM NELSON, 12/1955. (10)
Auckland Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 37 Marine Parade, Ponsonby, Auckland
Son of Mr & Mrs R. Gardner of c/o Bank of New Zealand, Newton, Auckland

GARLICK, Private, JAMES PERCY, 8/2338. (5)
Otago Infantry Battalion, 4t Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 20
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Makomako, Pahiatua, Wairarapa
Son of James and Mary Rachel Garlick, of Makomako Pahiatua, Wairarapa

GEARY, Lance Corporal, JOHN, 16/36A. (24)
Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z. Maori Contingent, Main Body
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 28
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Portobello Camp Mental Hospital, Dunedin NZ - I believe this Hospital was turned into a Military Camp ..
Son of Mary Elizabeth Ann & the late William Geary, of Portobello, Otago - New Zealand Nominal Rolls have service number as "16/36A", also drafted as New Zealand Maori Contingent

GEMMING, Private, THEOPHILUS JOHN, 12/1956. (10)
6th (Hauraki) Company. Auckland Infantry Battalion, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 22
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Kopu, Thames, Coromandel - schoolteacher by profession and was in charge of Maii school, Matamata
Son of Charles W. G. and Agnes C. Gemming of Mackay St, Thames
Next of Kin: C.W.G. Gemming (father), Kopu, Thames, NZ
One of three brothers who served
* - 12/359 Private Thomas Alfred Clare Gemming died of wounds, 26th April 1917 (fought Egypt & Gallipoli)- buried plot 3641 Shorland St Cemetery Thames NZ
* - 12/4309 Sergeant-Major Frederick Effrice Gemming born 31st July 1887 died 1st Nov 1941 - buried Te Puke

GIFFORD, Private, ROBERT, 10/1822. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand
Son of Mr Alexander Gifford, James Street, Dunfermline, Scotland

GILES, Corporal, RALPH, 12/1637. (9)
Auckland Infantry Regiment, 3rd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 44
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Te Whare, Victoria Street, Hamilton, Waikato
Son of George Charles and Ann Giles of Manor House, Risca, Newport, Monmouthshire, England
Nest of Kin: Mr William Charles Giles (brother), Tymawa, Pontymister, South Wales, UK

GILL, Private, ARCHIBALD JOHN, 8/380. (15)
Otago Infantry Battalion, N.Z.E.F.
Died of wounds 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 162 Tay Street, Invercargill, Southland
Son of the late Richard Gill of Nightcaps, Invercargill
- Private Gill was wounded in action at the Daisy Patch 8 May 1915, evacuated to HMS Gloucester and admitted to hospital in Cairo. On his recovery he embarked from Alexandria 16 June 1915, rejoining his unit at Anzac 22 June.
- He was wounded again on Rhododendron Spur near the Apex early on 7 August during the August Offensive, dying of his wounds shortly after. His body was never recovered.

GILLARD, Lance Corporal, FREDERICK, 13/60. (1)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Waimate, South Canterbury
Son of Mrs M. H. Gillard of Howick, Auckland
Next of Kin: Mrs Tom Gillard, East Tamaki, Auckland

GILLETT, Trooper, WILLIAM JOHN, 9/283. (7)
Otago Mounted Rifles, D Squadron, 9th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th or 7th August 1915 age 28
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Criterion Hotel, Invercargill, Southland
Son of William Henry and Jessie Gillett of Sebastopol, Victoria, Australia
Next of Kin: Mrs H.F. Gillett (mother), Watts Road, North-east Valley, Dunedin, New Zealand
- Native of Warrambeen, Australia

GINDERS, Private, JOSEPH EDGAR, 6/2140. (12)
Canterbury Infantry Regiment, 5th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Died of wounds 14th August 1915 age 31
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 447 Durham Street, Christchurch, Canterbury
Son of Thomas and Annie Ginders of Pear Tree Lake, Balterley, Crewe, England
- Brother of 51716, N.Z.E.F. 27th Reinforcements F ComanyGeorge Percy Ginders died of Disease U.K. to France 15th March 1918

GLASSEY, Private, ROBERT JOHN, 8/1242. (15)
Otago Infantry Regiment, 3rd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Private Glassey was wounded in action during the August Offensive.
He died of his wounds on Gallipoli 9th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Opotiki, Bay of Plenty
Brother of William Glassey, of Pahiatua, Wairarapa
Next of Kin: Miss Mary Glassey (sister), Ruapuna, Ashburton, Canterbury

GOLD, Private, ROBERT HENRY, 6/1540. (12)
Canterbury Infantry Regiment, 3rd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 28
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Peoples Palace, Wellesley St, Auckland - The first New Zealand Peoples Palace opened on the corner of Wellesley and Lorne Streets in Auckland on 1 August 1903 providing accommodation for travellers and working people. The People's Palace occupied a prominent position in the centre of the city close to public transport. The building had been a former stable which The Salvation Army converted into very acceptable accommodation for single people and families, with a dining room that provided low cost but nourishing meals. In the same building, but accessible by a separate entrance down the street, they also provided cheap but clean accommodation for men who needed a meal and a bed.
[taken from the above link]
Son of James Gold of 23 Selbourn St, Grey Lynn, Auckland
Next of Kin: Mr James Gold (father), Peoples Palace, Wellesley Street, Auckland

GOLDSTONE, Private, WILLIAM, 10/2159. (20)
Wellington Infantry Battalion, 5th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 19
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Frasertown, Wairoa, Hawke's Bay
Son of William & Helen Goldstone of Frasertown, Wairoa, Hawke's Bay

GOODWIN, Private, CHARLES, 10/1495. (20)
Wellington Infantry Battalion, 3rd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Hinau, Pemberton, Feilding, Manawatu
Son of Mrs S. A. Goodwin of Rangaroa, Taumarunui
Next of Kin: Mrs W. Goodwin (mother), Hinau, Pemberton, NZ

GORDON, Private, PETER, 8/2427. (15)
10th (North Otago) Company, Otago Infantry Battalion, 5th Reinforcements, N.Z.E.F.
Died of wounds 11th August 1915 age 24
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Duntroon, Waitaki County, Otago, New Zealand
Son of Robert and Elizabeth Gordon of 97 Eden St, Oamaru
Next of Kin: Mrs E. Gordon (mother), Kokoamo, Oamaru
- Native of Alma, Marlborough ?

GOSLING, Private, JOHN THOMAS, 10/2392. (20)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, Samoan Advance & 5th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 48 McFarlane Street, Mt Victoria, Wellington
Son of Mr & Mrs M. Gosling of Tua Marina, Picton
NEXT OF KIN Mrs M. Gosling, 48 McFarlane Street, Wellington

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