The Weekly News  -    31 October 1917

  Photos of servicemen 


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Photo - 001
ABERNETHY - 2nd Lieut. K.S.  (Papanui)  died of wounds.

Photo - 002
AIREY - Lieut. F.A.  (Morningside)  died of wounds.

Photo - 003
ALLEN - Private F.  (Christchurch)  wounded.

Photo -  004
ARMSTRONG - Private G.W. (Kaikorai)  died of wounds

Photo -  005
Collage of photos Athletics, Christchurch Boy's High  v  Christs College
F.W.M.Cowlishaw,    G. L. Tapley,  P.P. Boulnois,   T.W. Tothill,  H.S.Hindmarsh,  G.E.Talbot, 

Photo  - 006
BARNES -  Private R.J.  (Gisborne)  wounded in Beer Ferrers railway accident.

Photo - 008
BREWER - Lieut. T. (Devonport)  died of wounds.

Photo - 009
BROCKELSBY -  Private L.  (Onehunga)  died of wounds.

Photo   - 010
COBELDICK - Private W.  (Rotorua)  killed in action.

Photo - 011
CONDON - Private J.J.  (Jack)  (Kurow) wounded.

Photo - 012
COX - Private J.R.  (Linwood, Christchurch)  wounded.

Photo - 013
CRAWFORD - Private R.A. (Upper Riccarton, Christchurch)  died of wounds.

Photo  - 014
ELL -  Lieut. A.H.  (Sumner, Christchurch)  wounded.

Photo - 015
FOSTER - Private F.  (Springston,  Canterbury)   wounded.

Photo - 016
GIBB - Private G. I. (Christchurch)  wounded.

Photo  - 017
GIBSON - Lieut. Mackenzie  (Sumner, Christchurch)  killed in action.

Photo  - 018
HARRINGTON - Private C.H. (Linwood, Christchurch)  wounded.

Photo  -  019
HARROLD - Private W.H.  (Lepperton)   killed in action.

Photo - 020
HATCHER - Private T.W.  (Stratford)  died of wounds.

Photo  -  021
3 South African contingent comrades who met at Sling Camp
Sergt. E. H. Hunter:    Corpl Morran:    Corpl Newman: 

Photo -  022
JAMIESON - Private J.C.  (Lumsden)  killed in action.

Photo - 023
KEMP - Rifleman C.  (Hampden)  missing, believed killed

Photo - 024
LARGE - Private H.  (Christchurch)  killed in action.

photo - 025
LOFFHAGEN - Corporal J.A.  (Ashley Bank, Nth Canterbury)  wounded.

Photo - 026
LORY - Rifleman T.S.  (Otane)  died of wounds.

Photo - 027
LUCAS -  2nd Lieut.  R.B.  McG.  (Christchurch)  wounded.

Photo - 028
MANTTAN - Staff Sergt. H.B.  (Fendalton, Christchurch)  mentioned in despatches.

Photo - 029
Garden Party at Bishopcourt, Christchurch on Sat. 20 October
a very large group of people Miss Marchant  was the speaker,  Dean Carrington mentioned. --   about 50 people in photo.

Photo - 030
MARSH - Private S.C.  (Glentunnel, Canterbury)  wounded and concussion.

Photo - 031
McKAY - Private W.J.  (Fendalton, Christchurch)  died of wounds.

Photo - 032
MEDDINGS - Major W.H. (Christchurch)  killed in a ction.

Photo   - 033
MILLER - Private W.A.  (Lyttelton)  wounded.

Photo - 034
MONSTEDT - Lance-Corpl.  J.A.  (Glenfield)  killed in action.

Photo -  035
MOODY - Private D.S.   (Woolston, Christchurch)  killed in action.

Photo -  036
MONRO - Private F. R.  (Linwood, Christchurch)  wounded and gassed.

Photo - 037
NOONAN - Lance-Corpl  W.S.  (Little River,  Banks Peninsula)  wounded.

Photo - 038
New Zealand Nurses at Walton-on-Thames Hospital,   no names
15 soldiers and 4 nurses in photo.

Photo - 039
O'MALLEY - Private P.F.  (Sydenham, Christchurch)  wounded.

Photo - 040
Royal NZ Artillery at Chadderton Camp, Lancashire, England.
Back row -   Sgts Duncan,   Harper,  Preston,   Bain.
Middle row -  Rgt.  Sgt.-Major Pierad,  Sgt-Major Joyce, 
Front row -  Sgts Beaumont,  Nolan.

Photo - 041
PANNELL - Private E.D.  (New Brighton, Christchurch)  killed in action

Photo - 042
QUINN - Private F.H.  (Christchurch)   wounded and gassed.

Photo - 043
RATCLIFFE - Private W.  of South Lancashire Regiment,  The Dockers first V.C.  --- more --

Photo - 044
REES - Lance-Corpl A.W.  (Linwood, Christchurch)  wounded

Photo - 045
Group of the crews of the Johnson,  The Slade and The Manila, captured by the German Corsair
photo of 27 men --  lots more ---

Photo - 046
Group photo NZ Field Artillery Reserve in Sling Camp, England,  December 1916
over 100 men in photo.

Photo  - 047
SOLOMON - Flight Lieut.  H.P.  (Christchurch)  killed in action.

Photo  - 048
WALKER - Private S.  (Belfast, Christchurch)  Australian Forces,  wounded.

Photo -  049
WILLS - Corporal E.J.  (Linwood, Christchurch) died of wounds.

Photo  -  050
WOOD - Private J.E.  (Epsom)  killed in action.

Beverley Evans
Christchurch NZ
14 December 2014

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