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John DEW + Ann DAVIS - Kingston-upon-Thames to Taita, New Zealand 1841

William DEW (1804-1862) was born in Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey
He married Annie Rebecca DAVIS (1801-1884) in 1829

They had
1825 - Ann Dew
1830 - Harriet Dew
1831 - Thomas Dew
1832 - William Dew
1834 - Martha Dew
1836 - John Dew
1839 - Charlotte Dew
1840 - George Dew

When George was 5 months old, (in January 1841) they all boarded the LORD WILLIAM BENTINCK to emigrate to New Zealand.
They arrived in Wellington on 19 May 1841

ALSO on board was Ann Dew (aged 15) - seamstress, possibly William`s sister.

If ou can help with any further descenants of this family please leave a message

I would especially like info on Ann Dew, did she marry ?

1 comment(s), latest 2 years, 4 months ago

Samuel John GAMMAN + Eliza WOODCOCK - Canterbury & Manawatu

Samuel John GAMMAN was born 1834 in Sheldwich, Faversham, Kent.

He was a private and later a corporal with the Royal Engineers, stationed at Shorncliffe and Chatham in Kent as well as Port Louis Mauritius.

Samuel married Eliza WOODCOCK (1840-1930) in 1859 in Brompton, an ancient village near Chatham, 37km north west of Sheldwich - it was once in the Kent county but now is in the Medway Conurbation, England.
It is the home of the Royal Engineers and now houses the
Royal Engineers Museum

He emigrated to New Zealand on the 1st March 1859 shortly after marrying Eliza and arrived in Lyttelton on 11th July 1859, on the 'CAMEO' which left from London. Eliza followed him in 1863

All their children were born in Canterbury, New Zealand:
... 1
1863 - 1959 Francis Henry Gamman

- Francis married Ada NEILSEN on 16 Oct 1907

... 2
1866 - 1932 George Albert Gamman

- George married Jessie Mary MURPHY in 1890

... 3
1867 - 1939 William Alfred Gamman

- William married Annie Matilda TERRY in 1909

... 4
1870 - 1960 Charles Walter Gamman

- Charles married Flora Beatrice BROOME in 1902
- he died in Tauranga aged 90

... 5
1871 - 1958 Rosina Gamman

- Rosina married Samuel SERGEANT in 1891

... 6
1873 - 1874 Elizabeth Jane Gamman

- Elizabeth died aged 10 months

... 7
1874 - 1874 Thomas Gamman

- Thomas died aged 6 weeks in West Oxford, Canterbury

... 8
1875 - 1935 Ernest Edward Gamman

- Ernest married Alice TURNER on Christmas Eve 1906
- Ernest died aged 6 days from 60 in Tauranga

... 9
1877 - 1966 Laura Gamman

- Laura married Arthur William CARMICHAEL on 16 April 1906

... 10
1883 - 1971 Arthur Frederick Gamman

- Arthur married Delilah May COLE on 20 Dec 1906 (4 days before brother Ernest)


SAMUEL JOHN Gamman died 27 May 1901 aged 66 & is buried at
SETTLERS CEMETERY, Dannevirke OR Ormondville Cemetery
Manawatu Times, 30 May 1901 A sudden death occurred at Makotuku on Monday evening, when Mr S. J. Gamman, sen., contractor for the Hawke's Bay Timber Company died at the Makotuku Hotel
... Quite a sensation was caused this afternoon when it was reported that Mr Gamman, senior, the sawmiller, had died at the Makotuku hotel. It appears that Mr Gamman had been in Makotuku since Thursday and Dr Francis had been attending him the last day or two. The cause of death is stated to have been heart disease
Bush Advocate, 1 June 1901 ESTATE OF SAMUEL JOHN GAMMAN, of Smith's Siding, makotuku, Sawmiller, deceased. All Persons having claims against the above are hereby requested to furnish particulars forthwith to T. H. G. LLOYD, Solicitor, Dannevirke
ELIZA Gamman died 23 May 1930 aged 90 & buried at Plot 323, Block 1 at Ormondville cemetery next to 5 month old granddaughter, Lilla Joyce Gamman, daughter of son Arthur

List of the Wellington, NZ wounded at war, for September 1915

An article in the EVENING POST, New Zealand
dated 22nd September 1915

SICK and WOUNDED - - HOSPITAL REPORTS

The following Wellington men are mentioned in the latest hospital and progress reports:

* WOUNDED ADMITTED TO NEW ZEALAND GENERAL HOSPITAL, PONT DE KOUBBEH, CAIRO - 1st to 4th SEPTEMBER 1915:
- WELLINGTON MOUNTED RIFLES -
COOMBS, Arnold 11/982, Sergeant
MORGAN, James Moncur, 11/902, Trooper
BIRRELL, Oswald George, 11/974, Trooper
HOWSE, James Hayward, 11/1009, Trooper
GRIFFEN, Eward, 13/808, Trooper
SPOONER, Gerard Edmund, 11/1060, Trooper
JAMESON, Noel Rutherford, 11/301, Trooper
HUNT, William George, 11/775, Trooper
THOMPSON, Herbert William, 11/932, Trooper
WILSON, Thomas Emerson, 11/556, Trooper
BALDWIN, Charles Cameron, 11/529, Trooper
WISE, Gilbert, 11/840, Trooper - seriously ill enteric
DOUGLAS, James, 11/736, Trooper - seriously ill, enteritis and septic sores
GRAY, William Roy, 10/2164, Private - seriously ill, enteric

* RETURNED TO FRONT FROM CAIRO:
- WELLINGTON BATTALION -
GOSLING, Thomas, 10/1497, Private
HEATH, Arthur Ernest, 10/1842, Private
ROGERS, Charles Alfred, 10/733, Private
BRICKELL, Paul Francis, 10/2080, Private

- NEW ZEALAND FIELD ENGNEERS -
BATH, Frank Herbert, 4/593, Sapper

* WOUNDED ADMITTED TO NEW ZEALAND GENERAL HOSPILAT PONT DE KOUBBEH, CAIRO - 13th SEPTEMBER 1915:
- CANTERBURY MOUNTED RIFLES -
EDWARDS, Victor Clive Stuart, 11/38a, Trooper

*WOUNDED TRANSFERRED TO NEW ZEALAND GENERAL HOSPITAL, PONT DE KOUBBEH, CAIRO - 13th SEPTEMBER 1915:
- WELLINGTON BATTALION -
CAKEBREAD, Edward Eric, 10/2093, L.Corporal - seriously ill

* ADMITTED TO 19th GENERAL HOSPITAL, ALEXANDRIA:
- WELLINGTON BATTALION -
HISS, Percival George, 10/406, Private - enteric

* DANGEROUSLY ILL:
- OTAGO MOUNTED RIFLES -
HOWIE, William Gladstone, 9/557, Lieutenant
(John Howie, Waikiwi, Invercargill), 13th Sept.
- AUCKLAND MOUNTED RIFLES -
WILSON, James Gilmoure, 13/153, Trooper
(Mrs J. Wilson, Whatawhata, Auckland)
BISHOP, Kenneth, 13/19, Trooper
(Benjamin Bishop, King Edwards avenue, Epsom)
- WELLINGTON BATTALION -
WILEY, William Robert, 10/1701, Private
(Mrs David T. Wiley, sen., Fulford Street, New Plymouth, mother)
- CANTERBURY BATTALION -
O`DONNELL, William Henry, 6/924, Private
(Mrs M. O`Donnell, Greymouth)
BOLLARD, John Henry Allen, 6/2452, Private
(W.A. Bollard, Moray place, Dunedin, father)
SMITH, William Ernest, 6/1722, Private
(W. Smith, Mount street, Nelson)
WALSH, Amos, 6/735, Bugler
(T. Walsh, Queenstown, Tasmania)
- OTAGO BATTALION -
FITNESS, Robert Duntan, 8/1976, Private
(Charles D. Fitness, 24 Cecil road Ilford, London, father)

SHUTKOWSKI from Gdansk, Poland to Carterton, New Zealand 1884

Peter Joseph Shutkowski was born 1851 in Gdansk
- (on the southern edge of Gdansk Bay (of the Baltic Sea) Poland)
- his parents were Peter and Kathleen SHUTKOWSKI
- he married Rosalia Christina LIPINSKI
- Rosalia was born 1846 also in Gdansk
- her parents were Francis and Catherine (nee REDMAN) Lipziski

- Peter died in Carterton, Wairarapa 10 April 1918 aged 67
- Rosalia died in Carterton 5 February 1938 aged 91


Peter & Rosalie married about 1875 and had 3 children. They then emigrated to New Zealand on board the * VICTORY which left Plymouth on the 29 March 1884 and arrived in Wellington on the 30 May 1884. They were nominated by her brother Franz Lipinski who was already settled in Carterton
- I would like the passenger list for this voyage if you have one
- It brought out 470 passengers including 370 Government assisted immigrants.

6 months after arrival in New Zealand Peter and Rosalia had another 4 children


The children of Pete and Rosalie:

1
1875 - 1957 Francis "Frank' Shutkowski
- born in Gdansk
- Frank married Annie HARGREAVES in St Mary`s Catholic Church, Carterton, New Zealand on 27 June 1905
- they had 10 chidren (see 2nd comment below)
- he died 16 June 1957 aged 82
- Annie died 19 August 1953 aged 73
- They are buried in Clareville Cemetery Carterton
NOTES
... 26 April 1910 - An oat stack belonging to Frank Shutkowski, South Carterton, was damaged by fire this morning. It contained about seven tons and had been sold to a Wellington firm at a fair price.here was no insurance. The cause of the fire is unknown

... 13 February 1929 WEDDING, A wedding was solemnised at Carterton when Florence Catherine Gibson, of Armagh, Irelan, was married to John Shutkowski, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Frank Shutkowski of Carterton.
The bride was escorted by the bridegroom's father, and wore a lovely gown of beaded silk marocaon, with uneven hem. Her veil was held in place by a coronation crown of orange blossom. She carried a handsome bouquet of white roses, carnatins, and asparagus fern.
Miss Anastasia Rosalia Shutkowski (Carterton) and Miss Elsie Burcher (of Masterton) were bridesmaids, the former wearing a frock of bois de rose silk marocain and black crinoline hat, and carrying a bouquet of roses, carnations, and asparagus fern to tone. The latter wore a frock of peach silk marocain with black crinoline hat, and carried a lovely bouquet of dahlias to tone.
Little Mary Burcher (Masterton) was flower girl, wearing a blue frock of mariette and a head bandeau of forget-me-nots. She carried a dainty basket of flowers to tone.
Mr Clifford McPhee was best man, and Mr Francis Shutkowski groomsman.
The bridegroom's mother was in a beige frock of marocain with hat to match, and carried a posy of dahlias. The reception was held at the residence of the bridegrooms parents. The bridegroom's present to the bride was a toilet set, bride's present to the bridegroom being a set of gold sleeve-links. Each bridesmaid received a gold cross.
The future home of Mr and Mrs Shutkowski will be in Wellington. The Rev Father Keavey performed the ceremony

... SHUTOWSKI, On January 15, 1944, at Waipoi, Otago, Francis William Carroll, beloved husband of Mary Russell Shutkowski, and second son of Francis and Annie Shutkowski, 3 Grey St., Masterton, and late of Carterton; aged 30 years. R.I.P. The friends of the late Francis William Carroll Shutkowski are invited to attend his Funeral which will leave St Mary's Church, Carterton, Tomorrow (Saturday 22 Jan 1944) after Requiem Mass at 9am for the Clareville Cemetery, King's Funeral Service, Broaway, Carterton


2
1876 - 1930 Constance Anastasia Shutkowski
- born in Gdansk
- Constance married Herbert GREATHEAD 16 June 1903
- Herbert was a brother of George Greathead who married her sister Francisca
- (sons of John GREATHEAD & Mary BRIGHT married 1872)
- she died 11 August 1930 aged 54
- she is buried in Clareville cemetery Carterton
- Herbert died 4 June 1938 in Greytown, Wairarapa aged 63
NOTES
... CARTERTON. Yestrday, (16 June 1904)) Mr Herbert Greathead, of Gladstone, was married to Miss Shutkowski, of Carterton, and the ceremony was the first of the kind to take place in the Catholice Church in its new position


3
1883 - 1937 Francisca Magdalena Shutkowski
- born in Gdansk
- Francisca married George GREATHEAD 28 Jan 1904 St Marys Catholic Church, Carterton, brother of Herbert Greathead who married her sister Constance
- she died 10 Sept 1908 of tuberculosis aged 25
- George died 29 years later on 16 Oct 1937 of tuberculosis aged 58
- They are both buried in Clareville Cemetery Carterton.


4
1884 - 1929 John Michael "Jack" Shutkowski
- born 23 November in New Zealand
- Jack married May PAASKE 21 April 1909 in St Mary`s Catholic Church, Carterton
2 children found to date:
1909 - Walter Douglas Shutkowski
1911 - Myrtle Annie Shutkowski
- May's birth and death dates are unknown - do you know who she was?
- Jack died 2nd June 1929 aged 44
NOTES
... 22 April 1909 A quiet wedding was soleminised at the residence of the bride's parents, Carterton, yesterday afternoon, when May Paaske, daughter of Mr G. J. Paaske, was married to Mr John M. Shutkowski, second son of Mr Peter Shutkowski. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Bowe, of St Mary's Church, and the young couple will reside in Carterton


5
1886 - 1904 Rosalia Shutkowski
- born 22 August in Carterton, Wairarapa
- Rosalia married ? GOUGH, unknown year
- she died on 18 June 1904 aged 17
- he is buried in Clareville Cemetery Carterton
Do you know who her husband ? Gough was?


6
1894 - 1942 Joseph Shutkowski
- born in Carterton
- Joseph's marriage (if at all) details are unknown
- - do you know who he was?


7
1891 - Barbara Shutkowski
- born 9 January in Carterton
- Barbara died 11 August 1897 aged 5
- she is buried in Clareville Cemetery Carterton


* N O T E S

24 May 1884 - WELLINGTON
... The Shaw, Saville-Albion Company's chartered steamer Victory, Capt. Elcoate, arrived here from London via Plymouth at 9 o'clock this morning. She came direct from Pymouth and the passage, which was uneventful, occupied 56 days. The Victory brings 50 steerage passengers, and 370 Government immigrants (including 117 single girls) for all ports. Two deaths occurred among married immigrants, those being Wm. Harrison aged 40, from apoplexy on 11th May, and Bathilde Pearson, aged 38, from an abscess on 24th May. Dr Miley in his report speaks highly of the attention paid to the passengers by the officers of the ship, and he states the provisions and water were in abundance and of good quality. The health and behavious of the immigrants is mentioned as having been exceptionally good. The Victory has 2000 tons of cargo for all ports. The single women were landed this afternoon, and sent to the immigration barracks

29 May 1884 - AUCKLAND NEWS
... The Auckland portion pf the Victory's immigrants arrived at Onehunga to-day. The whole of the Victory's immigrants have been engaged. One hundred were sent to the country districts







GDANSK coat of arms


4 comment(s), latest 2 years, 5 months ago

looking for McGUORGUODALE - anywhere

Private John Cooper went to war on the 17th April 1915.
He was with the Otago Infantry Battalion 4th Reinforcements.
He left Wellington New Zealand for Gallipoli where he was killed in action on 27th September 1915

As is next of kin he had put: Mrs M. Cooper (mother) care of
M.A. McGuorguodale, Waikaka Valley, Otago, New Zealand

ALSO: Son of the late Jesse & Mary Ann Cooper of Waikuahuna Gorge

I cannot find one person of the name McGuorguodale anywhere in New Zealand - or for that matter, anywhere in the world - so the spelling must be wrong.

Do you know anyone in New Zealand with that name?
Do you know how it should have been spelt?

3 comment(s), latest 3 months, 2 weeks ago

Who was James Andrew HUXTON ? married Maria Greathead in Greytown New Zealand 1883

James Andrew Huxton was born in 1827 in Deal, Kent.

When did he emigrate to New Zealand?
Who were his parents?
Did he and Maria have any children?
Where is he buried?

He apparetnly married Jane Anderson - unknown when. She died in September 1867.
He remarried to Maria "POLLY" Greathead who was born in Nelson, Marlborough in January 1847.
Maria's parents were George Greathead and Dorothy Turnball who had emigrated on the MARTHA RIDGWAY arriving in Wellington 1841 - they both died in 1885 in the Wairarapa, buried in Greytown.

William Henry WACKROW, Mayor of Taumarunui

I have come across a number of references of a Mr Wackrow being the Mayor of Taumarunui, King Country New Zealand in 1911
- "the Mayoress, Mrs Wackrow, of Taumarunui 1913" was Annie Jane nee Ruddell (1865-1918), from Portasown, Ireland.
They married in 1889 and had the following children:
* 1889 - Margaret Sophia Wackrow
- nothing known
* 1891 - 1962 August Henry Wackrow
- August married Pauline Annie CARROLL (1897-1966) in 1916
* 1892 - 1972 Mabel Wackrow
- Mabel married Edward Alfred JACOBSON (1887-1941) in 1913
* 1894 - 1929 Etty Wackrow
- Etty married Leslie Duncan Douglas FAIRLEY (1891-1962) in 1919
* 1897 - 1975 Allan Wackrow
- Allan married Susan Ethel TUCK in 1918

ANNIE JANE WACKROW died in Taumarunui 9 Aug 1918 aged 53
William next married Fanny McDONALD (1879-1953) in 1920

Can anyone please help

TAUMARUNUI is a town in the King Country of the central North Island of New Zealand. The name Taumarunui is reported to be the dying words of the Maori chief Pehi Turoa - taumaru meaning screen and nui big, literally translated as Big Screen, being built to shelter him from the sun. There are also references to Taumarunui being known as large sheltered location for growing kumara.

Taumarunui MAYORS Timeline
1910 - George Henry THOMPSON defeated Rev John E. WARD & was first borough council mayor
1913 - Mr. WACKROW
1915-1917 - G. S. STEADMAN
1917-1919 - A. S. LAIRD
1919-1923 - G. S. STEADMAN
1923-1925 - C. C. MARSACK
1925-1929 - G. E. MANSON
1929-1944 - Crawford BOLES
1947-1953 - D. H. HALL
1953-1956 - David C. SEATH (later Member of Parliament for the King Country)
1956 - Frank D. HOUSE (later Taumarunui High School governor)

Town Mayors immediately prior to 1988 include:
* Charles BINZEGGER
* Les BYARS
* Terry PODMORE

PHOTO
William Henry Wackrow (1869-1948)
c1935


1 comment(s), latest 11 months, 3 weeks ago

passengers ANDROMACHE arriving Melbourne 25-12-1851

I would like the passenger list for the ANDROMACHE which left Devon (my passenger embarked at Devonport), arrived Melbourne on Christmas Day 1851
This may have been a stop off before going on to South Australia.

some arrivals of The ANDROMACHE in Australia:
31 October 1837
.. ....... 1838
31 January 1839
24 June 1840
13 February 1842
8 November 1848
25 December 1849
17 December 1850
25 December 1851


big thanks to tonkin for supplying the passenger list:
unfortunately, it is the list of Dec 1850

from the SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER Tuesday, December 17 1850
The barque Andromache, 465 tons, Passmore, master, from London 4th September, and Plymouth 11th September.

I will add his list here for researchers looking for that year

Ship "Andromache"
Captain M. PASSMORE
From London 4 September 1850 via Plymouth 11 September 1850.
Arrived Port Adelaide, South Australia 17 December 1850, then to Port Phillip.

Cabin Passengers
A BECKETT with wife and family.
Mr & Mrs WAINWRIGHT.
Mrs. WAYGOOD.
Miss YORKNEY.

Steerage Passengers
ACOURT, Elizabeth
ACOURT, Jacob
ACOURT, W C S
ANDREWS, J.
ASHWIN, Alfred
ASHWIN, Edward
BARKER, E. and wife
BRADSFORD, Richard, wife and family
BROCKLEY, Frederick, wife and family
BROWNS, S.
BROWN, Samuel, wife and family
BROWNE, A, wife and child
CLARENBULD, W, and wife
DRAPER, Anna
EATHEN, R.
ELLIOTT, James
ELLIOTT, Joseph
FARLEY, Leonora
FITZMAURICE, Henry and two children
FOUCE, W.
FREEMAN, J, wife and family
GREEN, J.
HAGG, Charles and Mary
HAMLIN, Mary
HARVEY, B, and wife
HEALING, George and wife
HEMMINGWAY, Richard
HILL, William
KING, Alfred
LINDLOW, A.
LITCHFIELD, F, wife and family
MATTHEWS, Edwin, wife and family
MOODY, Francis and wife
MORRIS, J. S.
NETHERWOOD, J and C.
NEW, J.
PASSELL, Henry, wife and family
PHILLIPS, Joseph
RICE, S, wife and family
RODD, Emma
SARSON. Richard
SEPELL, Richard, wife and family
SNELLGROVE, William
TABOR, John
TAYLOR, J, wife and child
THOMPSON, H.
WELLER, John and wife
WHEELER, S and wife
WHITTAKER, W.
WILSON, Henry, wife and family
WRIGHT, James

5 comment(s), latest 1 year, 3 months ago

KIWIS on Chunuk Bair Memorial to the Missing - THAXTER to YOUNG

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

- this is PAGE 8 - THAXTER to YOUNG

- - - 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
* GALLIPOLI GRAVEYARDS Mem-Chunuk Bair
* COMMONWEALTH WAR GRAVES COMMISSION
* The GALLIPOLI CAMPAIGN - from NZ History
* 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

THAXTER, Private, WILLIAM, 10/1351. (23)
- Real name William COPLAND. He was born as Copland, but his maternal grandparents were called Thaxter and he was brought up by them when his parents died. He appears in Roll of Honour and on WWI Hall of Memory Wall as William Albert Copland, but as Thaxter in the Cenotaph database, on his Army Service Record and on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
- see COPLAND on PAGE 2

THOMAS, Private, HUGH FRANCIS, 10/2005. [23]
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 41 Harrison St, Wanganui
NET OF KIN - George David & Agnes Thomas 41 Harrison St, Wanganui

THOMAS, Lance Corporal, RUPERT JENNINGS, 10/1038. (18)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 20
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Awamate, Wairoa
NEXT OF KIN - David & Mary Stewart Thomas of Carter's Terrace, Tinwald, Ashburton

THOMPSON, Private, ARCHIBALD, 6/1997. (13)
Canterbury Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915
NEXT OF KIN - Mr Archibald Thompson (father), Bright St, Westport
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Bright Street, Westport
Son of Mr & Mrs G. W. Thompson of Lynleton St, Westport, Westland

THOMPSON, Private, CHARLES WALTER, 10/57. (23)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 26
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: c/o H.A. Speedy Takapau, Waipawa, Hawke's Bay
- this was HECTOR ALBERT SPEEDY - there is now a Speedy Road in Takapau
NEXT OF KIN - Mrs W. West (mother) Napier South
Son of Peter John & Mary Ann Thompson of Rua St, Mangapapa, Gisborne
- Native of Takapau, Hawke's Bay.

THOMPSON, Private, ERNEST HENRY, 8/775. (16)
Otago Infantry Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 27th September 1915 age 23
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Moerika Estate, Hampden, Otago
NEXT OF KIN - David & Mary Ann Thompson, Table Hill, Milton, Otago
Son of David & Mary Ann Thompson of Waianiwa, Southland
- Native of Milton, Southland

THOMPSON, Sergeant, GEORGE TINSLEY, 13/144. (1)
- also listed as GORDON Tinsley
Auckland Mounted Rifles, 3rd Auckland Squadron N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 24
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Port Albert, Rodney County, Auckland
NEXT OF KIN - George Edward & Emily Thompson (nee Shepherd) Port Albert, Rodney County, Auckland

THOMPSON, Private, JOHN BLAIR, 8/299. (17)
Otago Infantry Battalion , N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 21
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edendale,_New_Zealand" target=blank>Edendale,</a> Southland,
Son of Mrs Annie Thompson of 499 St. Asaph St, Linwood, Christchurch
- Native of Lyttelton

THOMPSON, Trooper, JAMES SUTHERLAND, 9/400. (7)
Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th or 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: <a href="http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-Cyc04Cycl-t1-body1-d5-d34.html" target=blank>Patearoa,</a> Maniototo, Otago
Next of Kin: Mr James Thompson (father), Berridale, Caithness, Scotland

THOMSON, Private, HAROLD JAMES, 10/2338. (23)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 19
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Rangiotu, Manawatu
Son of Thomas Dodds Thomson & the late Isabella of 10 Webb St, Wellington
- Native of Wainuiomata, Wellington

THOMSON, Private, JOHN, 8/2160. (17)
Otago Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 27
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 45 Stuart St, Dunedin, Otago
NEXT OF KIN: Mrs A. Thomson (mother) Berry St, Kaitangata
Son of Neil & Mary K. Thomson of 9 Hobbs St, Timaru

THOMSON, Private, JOHN, 12/2490. (11)
Auckland Infantry Battalion, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 66 Vauxhall Road, Devonport, Auckland
NEXT OF KIN: Mrs Agnes Thomson (mother) Ceres, Fifeshire, Scotland

THURLOW, Private, WILLIAM HENRY, 10/1545. (23)
- enlisted under the alias KERSLAKE
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 3rd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Died 8th August 1915 age 26
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Terminus Boardinghouse, Wanganui
NEXT OF KIN: Mrs Marsh 57 Beckton Rd, Canning Town, London
Son of the late John & Elizabeth Thurlow
Husband of Mary Ann Thurlow of 44 Whitfield Rd, East Ham, London, England

TONKIN, Sapper, JOHN RASMUS, 4/446. (8)
N.Z. Engineers
Killed in action 28th August 1915 age 22
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of J.H. & P.F.E. Tonkin of 34 Pine Hill Terrace, Dunedin

TOTHILL, Private, COMPTON, 8/2320. (17)
Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Brother of Mr G.C. Tothill of Ngamatapouti, Upper Waitotara, Taranaki

TRAVERS, Private, GEORGE SELWYN, 10/527. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 23
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of the late Robert David &Matilda Elizabeth Travers of Mt. Somers, Canterbury

MAYNE,vate, ANTHONY RETALLACK, 10/1686. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 35
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Cuthbert & Susan Tremayne of Vicarage Terrace, Constantine, Penryn, Cornwall, England

TRIMBLE, Trooper, WILLIAM, 13/147. (3)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 30
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of the late John & Sarah Fulton Trimble of Papatoetoe, Auckland

TURNER, Private, JOHN, 6/852. (13)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Brother of Miss Violet Turner of 61 Havelock St, Mornington, Dunedin.

TURRELL, Private, ARTHUR GEORGE, 10/249. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Died 9th August 1915 age 28
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of G. H. & Eliza Turrell of 47 Lansdown Rd, Purley, Surrey. England.

TURVEY, Private, CLIFFORD, 12/1814. (11)
Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 33
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mrs F. & the late F. Turvey of Orielton, Sorell, Tasmania

TURVEY, Private, RICHARD, 8/1350. (17)
Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 9th August 1915 age 26
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of William Hughes & Marian Turvey of Humber St, Oamaru

TWISLETON, Trooper, FRANCIS DARBYSHIRE, 11/158. (6)
Wellington Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 9th August 1915 age 26
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Frederick Fiennes & Rachel Twisleton of Ashhurst

UNDERWOOD, Private, WILLIAM PETTET, 12/653. (11)
Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 25
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Kate & George Underwood of Kokako, Kaipara, North Auckland

URQUHART, Trooper, ALEXANDER MILLER, 7/904. (4)
Canterbury Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th or 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Sarah & the late D. Urquhart of 37A Shelly Beach Rd, Ponsonby, Auckland

VALE, Trooper, NOBLE, 11/864A. (6)
Wellington Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Died 9th August 1915 age 24
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of William Croxton & Marie Zelie Vale of "Pineholme," 120 Richmond Park Rd, Bournemouth, England

VALENTINE, Trooper, GEORGE ALFRED COOKSON, 9/225.
Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 9th August 1915.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Moa Flat, Tuapeka County, Otago
Half-brother of Mr Rueben Jane of Moa Flat, via Heriot, Tuapeka, Otago (7)

VEITCH, Private, ARCHIBALD, 8/1159. (17)
Otago Regiment N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th August 1915 age 33
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of John & Mary Ann Veitch of 10 Sheen St, Roslyn, Dunedin

VERE, Private, HARRY EDGAR, 6/2049. (13)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 9th August 1915.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Brother of G.F. Vere of Auckland

VEREY, Private, WILLIAM HENRY, 6/1237. (13)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 11th August 1915 age 28
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of William Arthur & Margaret Verey of Humber St, Oamaru.
- Native of Invercargill

VICKERS, Private, FRANK LAWRENCE, 10/898. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mrs T. & the late W. Vickers of 403 Nelson St, Hastings, Hawke's Bay

VICKERY, Private, CHARLES, 12/2502. (11)
Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 10th August 1915 age 25
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mrs Maud & the late J.J. Vickery of 21 Cromwell Rd, Mount Albert, Auckland

VIRTUE, Private, WILLIAM EDWARD, 10/2014. (23)
Wellington Infantry Battalion, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 29
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: The Pines, Hill Street, Wanganui
NEXT OF KIN: Mr Percy Virtue (brother), c/o William Newton 12 Quality Lane, Leith, Scotland
Brother of Percy Virtue of 58 Marchmont Crescent, Edinburgh, Scotland.
- Native of Edinburgh
- Prominent Athlete and Swimmer

WAHIA, Private, THOMAS, 16/426. (24)
N.Z. 1st Maori Contingent A Company
Killed in action 6th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Tauranga, Bay of Plenty
NEXT OF KIN: Mrs Wahia Te Moananui (mother) Tauranga, Bay of Plenty
Son of the late Mrs Te Aira Wahia

WAINWRIGHT, Private, FREDERICK, 10/2016. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS;
Son of Mr & Mrs Frederick Wainwright of 3 Montague St, Newton, Auckland

WAITE, Lieutenant, GEORGE EBINGTORI, 8/1855. (14)
Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 23
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of the late George & Isabella Edington Waite.
- Native of Dunedin

WAKE, Private, HEREWARD LANGDALE, 10/2347. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 19
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS;
Son of Charles Hereward Wake & Rose Alice Wake of Pukekoke

WALDIE, Private, ROBERT BROOMFIELD, 10/78. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Died 8th August 1915 age 35
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Mangatoro, Dannevirke, Hawke's Bay Son of Robert & Jane Broomfield Clapperton Waldie of Glencairn, Jedburgh, Roxburgh, Scotland

WALKER, Trooper, EDMUND, 9/428. (7)
Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Died of wounds 8th August 1915 age 25
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mr & Mrs William Walker of Wendon, Southland

WALKER, Private, FRANK ERNEST, 10/2017. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Brother of Mr J.R. Walker of 19 Abercrombie St, Sydney, New South Wales.

WALKER, Driver, JOHN RUSSELL, 6/11427. (8)
N.Z. Field Artillery.
Killed in action 18th August 1915 age 24
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Alexander & Marion Walker of Ferntown, Collingwood, Nelson

WALKLEY, Trooper, JAMES ERNEST, 11/613. (6)
Wellington Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 9th August 1915.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Brother of Mr S. Walkley of Auckland

WALL, Private, RICHARD, 6/378. (13)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
NEXT OF KIN:

WALLACE, Sergeant, JOSEPH HENRY, 6/568. (12)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 24
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of James & Mary Elizabeth Wallace of 16 Chalmers St, Timaru

WALLACE, Private, JOHN ROY, 10/1690. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mr & Mrs W. Wallace of Kaiti, Gisborne

WALLACE, Lance Corporal, SAMUEL WILLIAM, 10/1061. (18)Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Died of wounds 10th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mrs M.J. Dunstone (formerly Wallace) of Lytton Rd, Gisborne

WALMSLEY, Trooper, EDWARD, 9/357
Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th or 7th August 1915 age 23
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Joseph & Margaret Walmsley of 2 Bedford St, Mill Hill, Blackburn, England

WALMSLEY, Trooper, GEORGE, 9/981. (7)
Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 9th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS;
Brother of Mrs M. McKinnon of 64 Belgrave St, Roslyn, Dunedin

WALSH, Trooper, EDWARD, 9/98. (7)
Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th or 7th August 1915 age 23
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Edward & Elizabeth Walsh of Hanover St, Dunedin

WALSH, Corporal, JAMES, 12/1822. (9)
Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 33
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Stephen & Mary Walsh of Clyde St, Ohakune

WALSH, Private, PATRICK JOSEPH, 10/2020. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mr & Mrs P. Walsh of Side Brook, Ben Lomond, NSW

WANSBROUGH, Private, FRANCIS JAMES, 8/961. (17)
Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 26
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Fred Wansbrough of Cheviot, Canterbury.
- Native of Christchurch

WARD, Private, ARTHUR EDWIN, 12/2148. (11)
Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 27
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Edgar U. & the late Jane Ward of 27 Park Avenue, Auckland

WARD, Private, CHARLES, 6/2023. (13)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 37
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of the late Frederick & Jane Ward of Torrington, Devon, England

WARD, Private, HENRY JAMES, 10/2021. (23)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 35
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Railway Buffet, Palmerston North, Manawatu
Son of Thomas Samuel & Elizabeth Sarah (nee Mabey) Ward, of Russell St, Marton, Wanganui - ALSO WRITTEN: Blackwell Street, Marton, Rangitikei

WARD, Private, ROLAND LESLIE, 8/2325. (17)
Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 16th August 1915 age 24
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of William Hugh & Joan Elizabeth Ward of 58 Oriental Bay, Wellington

WARDEN, Private, COLIN AIRLIE, 12/1114. (11)
Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 27
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Amy Lissetie & the late Arthur Airlie Warden of Malna, Neutral Bay, Sydney, Australia
- Also served in Samoa

WATSON, Gunner, ROY CAMERON, 2/1690. (8)
N.Z. Field Artillery
Killed in action 14th December 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mr & Mrs R.G. Watson of Trafalgar St, Nelson

WEBB, Private, DANIEL, 10/2025. (23)
11th (Taranaki) Coy. Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 32.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of the late Frederick Thomas & Emily Webb.
- Native of Bulls, Wanganui

WEBBER, Lance Corporal, ALLEYNE GORDON, 9/431. (7)
Otago Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 6th - 7th August 1915 age 27
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS;
Son of Alfred Septimus & Emily Esther Webber of 55 Balmoral Rd, Mount Eden, Auckland.
- Assistant City Engineer of Invercargill.

WELLINGTON, Sergeant, THOMAS HAEHAE, 13/244. (1)
11th Squadron Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 25
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Margaret & the late Thomas S.H.Wellington of Ngunguru, Whangarei, North Auckland

WELLS, Private, EDWARD GORDON, 12/2151. (11)
Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 25
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Charles Edward & Jane Wells of Lynchford, West Coast, Tasmania.
- Native of Huonville, Tasmania

WELLS, Second Lieutenant, EWART LINLEY, 10/2029. (17)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Died 8th August 1915 age 31
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Hadfield House, Collegiate School, Wanganui,
Son of Arthur Wells, F.R.I.B.A, of 25 Cornwallis Gardens, Hastings, England.
- Honours, B.A. London University.
- Assistant Master in the Wanganui Collegiate School
- Came from England to Wanganui as a master in May 1914, and was appointed tutor of Hadfield House in succession to Mr Hodges. In the short space of two terms he established himself firmly in the life and affections of the school. He at once interested himself in the Cadet Corps and the workshop, was captain of No.6 Coy., and given a comission in the N.Z. Territorials. He planned and supervised the building of the cricket shed, which in its unpretentious usefulness stands as a symbol of his own character. In the class-room, he inspired as well as taught, out of it his kindliness and sincerity earned one of those whose presence enriches the community they serve, and it was with sense of vital loss that we heard that he would not return to us again. He accompanied the 4th Reinforcements, and spent only four days in Egypt before sailing for Gallipoli. He died from wounds received at Chunuk Bair on the morning of August 8th, his company commander, a distinguished old boy of the school, referring to him a "a very gallant soldier who had shown himself just what an officer ought to be.
Thankyou to Richard Bourne of the Wanganui Collegiate School Museum for this information.

WELSH, Sapper, FREDERICK STANLEY, 4/859. (8)
N.Z. Engineers.
Died of wounds 4th October 1915 age 19
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of James & Jessie Welsh of 9 Antiqua St, Sydenham, Christchurch

WHARERAUPO, Private, TUAKANA KORE, 16/145. (24)
N.Z. Maori Contingent
Died of wounds 6th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mrs Te Whareraupo of Te Waite, Rotoiti, Rotorua

WHEATLEY, Trooper, MICHAEL LAWRENCE, 11/617. (3)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915
Son of Mrs H. Swanton (formerly Wheatley) of "Haymarket," Albert St, Auckland

WHICHELO, Private, HUBERT MAXWELL, 10/1698. (23)
- surname also written WHICHELS
Wellington Infantry Battalion, 3rd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Died 8th August 1915 age 38
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Ngatapa, Gisborne, Poverty Bay
Son of the late Fredrick & Amelia Whichelo 50 Elms Road, Leytonstone, England
Husband of Alice Elizabeth Whichelo of 5 Wayland Avenue, Dalston, London, England.

WHITAKER, Private, JAMES HIGHTON, 10/1138. (23)
9th (Hawke's Bay) Coy. Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 28
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS;
Son of James Highton Whitaker & Agnes Whitake, of 13, Eye St, Invercargill

WHITCOMBE, Private, DOUGLAS JAMES AUBREY, 6/176. (13)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS;
Son of Mr & Mrs F. Whitcombe of 259 Gloucester St, Christchurch

WHITCOMBE, Trooper, GERALD AUBREY, 13/750. (3)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, 2nd Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Moeatoa, Awakino
NEXT OF KIN Mr Joe Whitcombe, Kawhai
Brother of Mr H.G. Whitcombe of Maratopa, Te Kuiti

WHITE, Lance Serjeant, HAMISH WINSBURY, 6/390. (12)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mr & Mrs J.J.W. White of Blenheim, Marlborough

WHITE, Private, PERCY HENRY, 8/1675. (17)
Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 27th September 1915 age 25
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Henry & Ellen White of Aotea S., Anderson's Bay, Dunedin.
- Native of Mornington, Dunedin.
- School Master at Hyde, Otago

WHITEMAN, Private, WALTER THOMAS, 10/2033. (23)
Wellington Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: c/o Milman, Tawa Street, Gonville, Wanganui
Next of Kin: W.T. Whiteman (father), 119 St, George's Road, Hastings, England

WHITTINGTON, Lance Corporal, HORACE KNIGHT, 10/746. (18)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mr & Mrs H.K. Whittington of Hawera

WILD, Trooper, JOHN, 13/243. (3)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 23
Son of Walter & Mary E. Wild of School House, Lostock Hall, Preston, England.

WILLCOCKS, Private, ADDERLEY JAMES, 6/1759. (14)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mrs E.J. Willcocks of Apia, Samoa

WILLIAMS, Private, ARTHUR, 8/1090. (17)
Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS;
Son of Mr & Mrs C.J. Williams of Prosser St, Burnside, Dunedin

WILLIAMS, Sergeant, ARTHUR CHARLES, 10/2035. (18)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mr & Mrs T. Williams of Masterton, Wairarapa

WILLIAMS, Trooper, GEORGE HENRY, 11/163. (6)
Wellington Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 9th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS;
Son of Mr & Mrs Walter Williams of Charlotte St, Eden Terrace, Auckland

WILLIAMS, Sergeant, HARRY ERROL, 6/738.
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mrs Howells (formerly Williams) of Ballarat South, Victoria, Australia.

WILLIAMS, Private, WILLIAM STEPHEN, 10/1705. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mr & Mrs G. Williams of Awarua, Invercargill

WILLIAMSON, Corporal, REGINALD MILES, 11/415. (5)
Wellington Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 9th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS;
Son of Mrs K. Williamson of St. Stephen's Avenue, Parnell, Auckland
Husband of Mary Williamson of Hastings, Hawke's Bay

WILSON, Private, CHARLES, 12/480. (11)
Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
NEXT OF KIN:

WILSON, Private, CARSON, 10/238. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mr & Mrs T.H. Williams of Matarawa, Carterton, Wairarapa

WILSON, Lance Corporal, EDWARD DOUGLAS, 6/2012. (12)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Husband of Edith Eliza Wilson of 94, Glen R., Dunedin

WILSON, Private, EDWIN JOHN, 8/1862. (17)
Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Died 7th August 1915 age 42
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Ellen Adelaide Wilson of 16 Crothes St, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, England

WILSON, Private, JAMES GRANT, 10/2037. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mrs H. Wilson, of Humphreys, Hokitika, Westland

WILSON, Trooper, LESLIE, 13/475. (3)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 32
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Peter & Matilda Eleanor Wilson of Newstead, Waikato
- Native of Taranaki

WILSON, Private, ROBERT, 8/1682. (17)
Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 12th August 1915 age 31
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of the late Robert & Catherine Wilson.
Native of Milton, Otago

WILSON, Private, THOMAS LAWRENCE, 10/2039. (23)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
NEXT OF KIN:

WINDER, Lieutenant, HOLLOWAY ELLIOTT, 13/758. (1)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 28.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of George & Florence Winder of Wellington

WINTER, Sergeant Major, WILLIAM HENRY, 10/524. (17)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS;
Husband of Mrs Marian Winte, of High St, Masterton

WISE, Private, WILLIAM, 12/1838. (11)
Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Died 8th August 1915 age 35.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Brother of Mr Ismay Wise of 3 Palmerston S, Consett, Co. Durham, England

WOOD, Private, PERCY, 10/897. (24)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENTADDRESS:
Son of Mr & Mrs Reuben A. Wood of Barrett Rd, New Plymouth

WOODGER, Private, JOHN, 10/2364. (24)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mr & Mrs James Woodger of 6, St. Asaph Rd, Brockley, London, England

WOODS, Lance Corporal, WILLIAM, 10/1110. (18)
Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Mr & Mrs G E. Woods of Ohaewai, Bay of Plenty

WOODSIDE, Private, ANDREW WHITE, 6/576. (14)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 24
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of the late Robert & Agnes Woodside of Ayrshire, Scotland
- Native of Newmilns, Ayrshire

WOTTON, Lance Corporal, HENRY ERNEST JOHN, 6/1059. (12)
Canterbury Infantry Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 27
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: 40 Donegal Street, Belfast, Waimairi, Canterbury
Son of Ernest John & Philadelphia Wotton of 20 York St, Belfast, Christchurch - also of 40 Donegal Street, Belfast, Waimairi

WRIGHT, Private, HARRY DOUGLAS, 8/1686. (17)
Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 27th September 1915 age 21
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of John Inglis Wright & Rankeilor Kilgour Wrigh, of Springhill Rd, Mornington, Dunedin.
- Art Student at Otago University

WRIGHT, Lieutenant, HARRY MARSHALL, 6/2016. (12)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 7th August 1915 age 24.
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Sidney Robert & the late Jessie Susan Wright of Hororata, Canterbury
- Native of Ohoka, Canterbury

WROBLESKE, Private, WILLIAM FREDERICK, 12/2161. (11)
- Also known as Wroblfski
Auckland Infantry Regiment, 4th Reinforcements N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 27
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS: Cremona House, Morrinsville, Piako, Hamilton
Son of Joseph & Bertha Wrobleske of Kanieri, Westland
Brother of - *32977 Private Francis Wrobleske New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 10th Reinforcements 4th Battalion, H Company, killed in action Ypres, Belgium, 28th December 1917
- {Auckland Weekly News 2.9.1915} - WROBLESKE, Private F W, whose name appears in the recent list of Auckland Battalion men who are missing, was about 26 yrs of age and was employed as a tailor at Morrinsville for about 12 months prior to enlisting early in the present year. He has relations living at Morrinsville and his mother resides at Kanieri, Westland.

WYLDE, Private, ARTHUR THOMAS, 6/747. (14)
Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 9th August 1915 age 22
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Robert E. & Caroline Wylde of Thompson St, Greymouth
- Native of Kumara

WYlLIE, Private, JAMES BULLOCH, 12/2162. (11)
Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F.
Died 8th August 1915 age 25
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Joanna Gibson & the late Andrew Wyllie of 19 Marmion Rd, North Berwick, Scotland
- Educated at Daniel Stewart's College, Edinburgh

WYNTER, Trooper, ROY CECIL, 13/219. (3)
Auckland Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Killed in action 8th August 1915 age 22
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Only son of Mrs F. M. Wynter of Parnell, Auckland

YOUNG, Corporal, ROBERT MACGREGOR, 7/487. (3)
Canterbury Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F.
Died of wounds 19th August 1915 age 25
ENLISTMENT ADDRESS:
Son of Frederick William & the late Jeanie Wright Young of All Saints Vicarage, Ponsonby Rd, Auckland

RICHARD SOUTHEE 1804 Kent, England to 1873 Victoria, Australia - via St Petersburg

Dr Richard Southee was born in 1804 In Bekesbourne, Kent, England.
His parents were John Southee and Charlotte Brice.

The Doctor and his wife Martha Hatfield had two children:
Martha Amelia born 1831, and Richard Brice born 1838 and christened Richard Brice John Elistrateff SOUTHEE at the British Chaplaincy in St. Petersburg, Russia on 15th May 1846.

Dr Richard Southee is mentioned a few times on the net as born in 1799 - this is incorrect.
He arrived in Melbourne on the 25th December 1851.
Was in Castlemaine in 1854 and Forest Creek in 1857.

He died in Marjorca - 172km NW of Melbourne on 12th June 1873

I would like to know more of his parents, his siblings and why his son was christened in Russia - was he also born there?

Who was his wife Martha Hatfield, where did they marry and where were his children born?

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