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TE PUKE ROLL OF HONOUR
1939-1945

These are the names on the war memorial outside the War Memorial Hall in Jellicoe Street, Te Puke. Please note the two additional names since added at the bottom of the list.

AHOMIRO S
BLYTHE A J T
BROAD J S
BURNS N
CLARKE I
COURTENAY W
DIXON C
EVANS F T
GODWIN N
GOODING R
GOURLAY A
GRAHAM J
GREGORY H
HAIGH A R
HEKE A
HONA K
HOWELL (HOWLETT) CC
HUNTER J R
JAMIESON A
JOHNSON T
KARAKA (KANAKA) H
KEMPTON-WEROHIA B
McKENZIE D
MOSES J
NAERA T P
NEWDICK C
NGAWHIKA M
NICHOL J H
O'BRIEN J L
O'CALLAGHAN P L
ODEN O H
PERKINS N G
PITMAN J
RANDLE G V
REYNOLDS A H
RICHMOND J
RIDDELL A W
ROGERS P
ROGERS R
ROTA R A
STEEL S D
TAIATINI A
TAPSELL R
TAPSELL T
TAUPE H K
TE KURU H
THOMAS J
VERCOE T
VOISIN V C
WHAREAITU W
WHARERAU M
WHYMAN O K
WILKINS J
WILLIAMS P
WILLIAMS R

The names of these two boys were kindly added to the Te Puke World War Two Memorial in 2012 by Elliotts Funeral Services, Tauranga. Thanks to Bill Knudsen for pointing them out.

ARMSTRONG R C
ARMSTRONG Raymond Christopher
Rank: Private
Service No: 2566
Date of Death: 25/05/1941
Age: 27
Regiment/Service:New Zealand Infantry
Panel Reference Face 13.
Memorial: ATHENS MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of John Joseph and Juanita E. N. Armstrong, of Ngaio, Wellington, New Zealand. (Enlisted from Pongakawa Valley, Te Puke 1940)

JONES, W
JONES WALTER (Wally)
Rank: Flight Sergeant
Service No: 40467
Date of Death: 12/09/1943
Age: 22
Regiment/Service: Royal New Zealand Air Force
Memorial: GIBRALTAR MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Norman and Gladys Jones, of Tauranga, Auckland, New Zealand.(Ex pupil of Pongakawa Valley School.)

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