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ALAN's New Zealand WWI Roll of Honour

Journal by ngairedith

the known NZ ALAN's who died in WWI


Alan Cecil BARKER
- RANK & SERIAL No: Driver 10535
- LAST UNIT: NZEF, 13th Reinforcements New Zealand Field Artillery
- NEXT OF KIN: Mrs M. Barker (mother), 100 Ranfurly Street, Christchurch
- SON OF: Willie James BARKER (1854-1948) & Mary Barker DODD
- EMBARKED: Wellington 27 May 1916
- DATE OF DEATH: 7 July 1917
- PLACE OF DEATH: DIED OF DISEASE United Kingdon
- AGE AT DEATH: 24
- BURIAL/MEMORIAL: Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England
NOTES
Alan Cecil was born 1893 and appears to have been an only child


Alan BEGG
- RANK & SERIAL No: Private 36306
- LAST UNIT: NZEF, 21st Reinforcements Canterbury Infantry Battalion, C Company
- NEXT OF KIN: Mrs A. Begg (wife), 945 Colombo St, Saint Albans, Christchurch
- SON OF: James BEGG & Sarah KELSO
- HUSBAND OF: Alice HOWLE (married in 1914)
- EMBARKED: Wellington 19 Jan 1917
- DATE OF DEATH: 14 August 1917
- PLACE OF DEATH: DIED OF WOUNDS France
- AGE AT DEATH: 27
- BURIAL/MEMORIAL: Trois Arbres Cemetery, Steenwerck, Nord, France
NOTES
11th of 12 children (5 sons)
1878 - Henry Begg
1879 - Florence Begg (died aged 11 weeks)
1880 - Florence Begg
1881 - Jessie Begg
1882 - William Begg
1883 - Rose Begg
1884 - Ethel Begg
1886 - Christina Begg
1887 - Agnes Begg
1889 - Irene Begg
1890 - Alan Begg
1893 - George Begg


Alan BROWN
- RANK & SERIAL No: Private 10/806
- LAST UNIT: Wellington Infantry Battalion, Main Body
- NEXT OF KIN: Mrs Helen Brown (mother), Tollemache Road, Hastings
- SON OF: Robert BROWN & Helen 'Nellie' Sheddan/Sneddan ?
- EMBARKED: Wellington 16 October 1914
- DATE OF DEATH: 7 May 1915
- PLACE OF DEATH: KILLED IN ACTION Gallipoli
- AGE AT DEATH: 25
- BURIAL/MEMORIAL:
NOTES


Alan Douglas CHARLESTON
- RANK & SERIAL No: Lance Corporal 6/3651
- LAST UNIT: NZEF, 9th Reinforcements Canterbury Infantry Battalion, C Company
- NEXT OF KIN: Mrs J. Charleston (mother), 161 Tweed Street, Invercargill
- SON OF: James CHARLESTON & Eliza Jane BOWERS
- EMBARKED: Wellington 8 January 1916
- DATE OF DEATH: 1 October 1916
- PLACE OF DEATH: KILLED IN ACTION Somme, France
- AGE AT DEATH: 24
- BURIAL/MEMORIAL: Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval, Somme, France
NOTES
2nd of 7 children (6 sons)
1890 - Alexander Angus Charleston Private 10/845, KILLED IN ACTION Somme
1892 - Alan Douglas Charleston
1894 - Evan McQuarrie Charleston served as Driver 14/156
1895 - James Steven Charleston served as Trooper 9/1658
1899 - Winifred Margaret Jane Charleston
1900 - Gordon Powell Charleston
1908 - Ian Adrian Te Parewha Charleston


Alan Douglas Gibb DAWSON
- RANK & SERIAL No: 2nd Lieutenant Territorial Military Service
- LAST UNIT: Australian Imperial Force (AIF), 2 Infantry Battalion
- NEXT OF KIN: Alexander Robinson Dawson, 45 Shelly Beach Rd, Ponsonby, Auckland
- SON OF: Alexander Robinson & Margaret Anne Dawson
- EMBARKED: Melbourne, Australia
- DATE OF DEATH: 25 April 1915
- PLACE OF DEATH: KILLED IN ACTION Gallipoli
- AGE AT DEATH: 22
- BURIAL/MEMORIAL: Lone Pine Memorial, Lone Pine Cemetery, Anzac, Turkey
NOTES
Born in Sydney, Alan came to New Zealand aged 8 years. He entered Auckland Grammar School in 1906 and was a champion swimmer; shooter and also a prefect.


Alan Ramsay FERGUSON
- RANK & SERIAL No: Gunner N/N|24887|l/24887
- LAST UNIT: Royal Field Artillery, Royal field Artillery, "X" 57th T.M. Battery
- NEXT OF KIN: John Rankin Ferguson (father), "Wharehou", Gisborne
- SON OF: John Rankin FERGUSON & Ethel Hannah ?
- EMBARKED: ?
- DATE OF DEATH: 5 April 1918
- PLACE OF DEATH: England
- AGE AT DEATH: 36
- BURIAL/MEMORIAL: Birmingham (Lodge Hill) Cemetery, Warwickshire, England
NOTES
5th of 6 (known NZ born) children:
1876 - Finlay Ferguson
1877 - Mary Ann Ferguson
1879 - Christina Ferguson
1880 - Ethel Ferguson
1883 - Alan Ramsay Ferguson
1886 - John Ramsay Ferguson


Alan Thomas GORDON
- RANK & SERIAL No: Sergeant 24/1056
- LAST UNIT: 2nd Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, D Company
- NEXT OF KIN: Angus W. Gordon (father), East Tamaki, Auckland
- SON OF: Angus William GORDON & Gertrude Adelaide Byron Chaworth MUSTERS
- EMBARKED: Wellington 9 October 1915
- DATE OF DEATH: 25 May 1916
- PLACE OF DEATH: DIED OF WOUNDS France
- AGE AT DEATH: 22
- BURIAL/MEMORIAL: Cite Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres, France
NOTES
1st of 4 known children (2 sons)
1893 - Alan Thomas Gordon
1898 - John Nesham Gordon served as Corporal 76565
1902 - Alison Lucy Gordon
1905 - Jean Harriet Gordon


Alan MILLER
- RANK & SERIAL No: Second Lieutenant 1/405
- LAST UNIT: Samoan Advance Party, 5th (Wellington) Regiment
- NEXT OF KIN: D. Miller, Chief Inspector of Post-offices, Wellington
- SON OF: David MILLER & Annie Deuchar McVAY of Palmerston North.
- EMBARKED: Wellington 15 August 1914
- DATE OF DEATH: 14 October 1916
- PLACE OF DEATH: DIED OF WOUNDS France
- AGE AT DEATH: 24
- BURIAL/MEMORIAL: Dartmoor Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt, Somme, France
NOTES
son of Mr. David Miller, late Chief Inspector, Postal Department, NZ. He was educated at the High School and Collegiate School, Wanganui, N.Z., and at Victoria University, where he studied law. He was a prominent athlete in NZ and later was well known in Army football in Yorkshire.
4th of 4 known children (3 sons)
1887 - William George Miller
1888 - David Deuchar Miller
1890 - Marjorie Miller
1892 - Alan Miller


Alan McLean PATERSON
- RANK & SERIAL No: Private 30635
- LAST UNIT: NZEF, 20th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Battalion, B Company
- NEXT OF KIN: Mrs F.I. Paterson (mother), 96 Abel Smith Street, Wellington
- SON OF: Allan McLean PATERSON & Florence Isabella MURPHY
- EMBARKED: Wellington 7 December 1916
- DATE OF DEATH: 27 March 1918
- PLACE OF DEATH: KILLED IN ACTION Somme, France
- AGE AT DEATH: 25
- BURIAL/MEMORIAL: Grevillers British Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France
NOTES
Educated at the Normal School. Played football for the Boys' Gordon Hall and Albion fourth grade teams
3rd of 9 known children (3 sons)
1888 - Arthur Ernest Paterson
1890 - Florence Isabella Paterson
1891 - Allan McLean Paterson
1893 - Ethel Maud Paterson
1895 - Ruby Emily Paterson
1896 - Ivy Eileen May Paterson
1898 - Frederick William Charles Paterson
1907 - Esme Lillian Paterson


Alan Lawson SIMPSON
- RANK & SERIAL No: Private 10/690
- LAST UNIT: Wellington Infantry Battalion, Main Body
- NEXT OF KIN: William Simpson, 25 Campbell Street, Port Ahuriri, Napier
- SON OF: William SIMPSON & Annie Isabella MORRISON
- EMBARKED: Wellington 16 October 1914
- DATE OF DEATH: 11 June 1915
- PLACE OF DEATH: DIED OF WOUNDS Gallipoli, Turkey
- AGE AT DEATH: 21
- BURIAL/MEMORIAL: Beach Cemetery, Anzac, Turkey
NOTES
... Alan was the 3rd of 3 known children (2 sons)
1887 - Claude Elliott Simpson served as Private 10/1985
1890 - Annie Aline Simpson
1893 - Alan Lawson Simpson


Alan Richard SQUIRE
- RANK & SERIAL No: Sergeant 10/782
- LAST UNIT: Wellington Infantry Battalion, Main Body
- NEXT OF KIN: R. J. Squire, (father) of 256 High St, Hawera
- SON OF: Richard James SQUIRE & Charlotte Louisa CLARIDGE
- EMBARKED: Wellington 16 Oct 1914
- DATE OF DEATH: 8 August 1915
- PLACE OF DEATH: KILLED IN ACTION, Gallipoli
- AGE AT DEATH: 23
- BURIAL/MEMORIAL: Chunuk Bair Cemetery, Gallipoli, Turkey
NOTES
... Alan was the 2nd of 5 children (3 sons)
1890 - Seaby Christine Squire
1892 - Alan Richard Squire
1896 - Morton James Squire served as Corporal 38082
1900 - Clara Maida Squire
1909 - Kenneth Rae Squire


Alan WALLACE
- RANK & SERIAL No: Sergeant 4/72A
- LAST UNIT: New Zealand Engineers
- NEXT OF KIN: Mrs Wallace, Devonport, Auckland
- SON OF: George WALLACE & Florence CREIGHTON
- EMBARKED: from England
- DATE OF DEATH: 10 May 1915
- PLACE OF DEATH: At sea, HMT Lutzow ex Gallipoli
- AGE AT DEATH: 24
- BURIAL/MEMORIAL: Lone Pine Memorial, Lone Pine Cemetery, Anzac, Turkey
NOTES
... Alan was the son of the first Manager of the Devonport Gas Works. Attended Balliol College, Oxford where his name is on the Roll of Honour. As a 1912 Rhodes Scholar, he enlisted in the U.K. in the Engineers.
... His brother, Bertram 'Bert' Wallace, served as Gunner 2/1110 & was killed in action Somme, France 14 months after Alan
... MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES
5th of 7 known children (6 sons)
1882 - Allan Wallace
1884 - Noel Wallace
1886 - Gordon Wallace
1889 - Kenneth Wallace
1891 - Alan Wallace
1894 - Bertram Wallace (link above)
1896 - Alma Wallace



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Second Lieutenant 1/405 ALAN MILLER

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