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New Zealand MILITARY CROSS recipients WWI - A

Journal by ngairedith

the following is a list of men who received the MILITARY CROSS in WWI

the names were taken from the site: The PRO PATRIA PROJECT
- some names lead to bios

WORLD WAR 1

WORLD WAR 2

KOREA + MALAYA + VIETNAM

NOTE
because of updates (starting 1 March 2013) which will include Serial Numbers, Next Of Kin etc the journal will become too large and will now be posted on separate pages

B ° C ° D onwards

A
ABBOTT, William Norman, Major 3/382, New Zealand Medical Corps
* 2nd Reinforcements, Ambulance
* enlisted from Auckland General Hospital
* Next of Kin: R.H.S. Abbott, Rowan St, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

ABERNETHY, Rex Clifford, 2nd Lieutenant 14185, New Zealand Rifle Brigade
* 8th Reinforcements 1st Battalion, E Company
* School Teacher
* next of kin: Reverend C. Abernethy (father), Grey Street, Woodville

ACLAND, Leopold George Dyke, Major 14/97, New Zealand Army Service Corps
* enlisted from 25 Armagh Street, Christchurch, embarked from Auckland
* next of kin: H.M. Reeves, 43 Fendalton Road, Christchurch

ADDISON, Arthur Stanley, Captain 3/823, New Zealand Medical Corps
* enlisted from Auckland Hospital
* next of kin: Mrs J.G. Addison, Cole St, Elsternwick, Melbourne, Australia

ADOLPH, Victor Emiel, 2nd Lieutenant 13/225, NZ Imperial Camel Corps
* born Waihou, Te Aroha, Waikato
* enlisted from Kaipara Flats, North Auckland
* next of kin: William Gustav Emil Adolph, Farmer, Kaipara Flats
* Victor DIED OF WOUNDS 31 March 1918 in Palestine

AITKEN, WilliaM, Major 3/158, NZ Medical Corps Mounted Field Ambulance
* enlisted from 496 George Street, Dunedin
* next of kin: Peter Aitken, Paerau, Otago Central

AITKEN, William Patrick 18898, Lieutenant, Auckland Regiment
* 10th Reinforcements 4th Battalion, H Company
* next of kin: Robert Mark Aitken (father), Paeroa

ALLEN, JOHN EDWIN, MM, 2nd Lieutenant 14045, Canterbury Regiment
* 5th Reinforcements 3rd Battalion, G Company
* Next of Kin: William Allen (brother), Waihao Forks, Waimate

ANDERSON, E. J., Lieutenant, 4th Otago Regiment

ANDERSON, Forbes Herbert, Major, New Zealand Army Service Corps
* born 15 April 1887 Scotland - died 6 June 1955, Cambridge, New Zealand
* Mentioned in Despatches

ANDREW, R. E., Lieutenant, Otago Regiment

ANNABELL, Norman, Major, New Zealand Engineers
* born 11 Oct 1892 in Waverley, Wanganui, died 21 Nov 1968 in Hamilton, Waikato
* 2nd youngest son of 13 children
* 2 days after he landed back in NZ, his father died
* wrote History of the New Zealand Engineers during the Great War, in 1927

ARDAGH, Patrick Augustine
* born 30 Aug 1891 Ngapara, NZ, died 6 April 1944 in England, buried Brookwood Military Cemetary, England
* WWI: Captain 3/2859, 21st Reinforcements, NZ Medical Corps
* WWII: Lieutenant Colonel 31821, Second NZEF, (2NZEF) General Hospital
Campaigns: France - Middle East - Italy
Military Awards: Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE)
Distinguished Service Order (DSO)
Military Cross (MC)
British War Medal (1914-1920)
Victory Medal
Mentioned in Despatches (MiD) twice
1939-1945 Star
Africa Star
Italy Star
Defence Medal
War Medal 1939-1945
New Zealand War Service Medal
New Zealand Territorial Service Medal

ARMSTRONG, David Cecil, Captain 36/8, NZ Rifle Brigade
* 4th Battalion, B Company
* Bank Clerk
* next of kin: Walter Armstrong (father), 126 Britomart St, Berhampore, Wellington

ASHBY, Frederick Edwin, Lieutenant 11768, Wellington Regiment
* 12th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Battalion, B Company
* Bank Clerk
* next of kin: Edwin Ashby (father), Mangatainoka

ASHBY, Paul Calverly, Lieutenant 7/2580, NZ Machine Gun Corps
* 11th Reinforcements Canterbury Mounted Rifles, C Squadron
* next of kin: E.L. Ashby (father), 15 Elgin Road, Mornington, Dunedin

ATMORE, Charles Frederick, Lieutenant 22736, Otago Regiment
* 18th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Battalion, A Company
* next of kin: E. Atmore (father), 31 Upland Road, Kelburn, Wellington,
* law Clerk

AVERILL, Leslie Cecil Lloyd, 2nd Lieutenant 46219, New Zealand Rifle Brigade

AVEY, George Augustus, Captain 24/19, NZ Railway Battalion
* Samoan Advance Party 1914 & 2nd Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade 1915
* enlisted from Pine Street, Edendale, Southland
* next of kin: Mrs Bedelia Avey (mother), Pine Street, Edendale, Auckland
* on 21 August 1931, George Augustus Avey became the Publican of the
Waipa Hotel, Ngaruawahia, containing 20 rooms (now a tavern), his father, (George Augustus Avey 1869-1939), transferring the License over to him. George snr's father was also a hotel owner


PHOTO
Joseph & Emily (nee Symons) ALLEN

parents of John Edwin Allen above
taken from Waihoa Forks

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on 2012-09-01 23:13:17

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