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TE ROTI SCHOOL AND DISTRICT - ROLL OF HONOUR

The Te Roti War Memorial consists of two large wooden boards which were in the Te Roti Hall on State Highway 3 between Normanby and Eltham. They have now been moved to the Hawera RSA.

DEUS ET LIBERATAS
FOR KING AND COUNTRY

SOUTH AFRICAN WAR 1899- 1902

+ GOODLAND W Trooper

GREAT WAR 1914 1918

ALLISON E G 13TH
BARROW J S 28TH
BELL E 5TH
BEST J C 7TH
BROCK C B 6TH
BROCK D 7TH
+ CASSIN H 33RD
CLEAVER H C 10TH
+ CLEAVER J V H Sergt. 9TH
COAD E D 13TH
+ COAD H P 20TH
COAD L J 14TH
CONDON J F 29TH
+ CRANN P K 14TH
DAVIDSON G 12TH
DAWSON J 8TH
DUFF C A 10TH
GIBSON C W 13TH
GIBSON E 9TH
GOULD J R 6TH
KELLY C 19TH
KELSON H C 9TH
KELSON S W 15TH
KELSON T 38TH
LAURENT B H 20TH
LEE W R 33RD
LINN E J Corp. 16TH M.M.
+ LINN H C Lieut. 6TH
LINN P J 38TH
LOW D 19TH
MURFITT W J B 28TH
SCANLAN M 5TH
SEXTON R C 41ST
WASLEY A E 17TH
+ WASLEY A T 16TH
WASLEY F G 16TH

(Number denotes reinforcement)

WORLD WAR TWO 1939 - 1945

ADAMS G A/B RNZN
ANENSEN H Private NZMC
AUCKETT E Corporal 24TH
BLOOR V B C Gunner AA Bn
CLEAVER F G Private 3rd Div
CLEMENT H C Corporal 25TH
COLEMAN C A Sergeant 27TH
CONDON M P Corporal 22ND
DYER W Private 30TH
GIBSON J T LAC RNZAF
GOODIN D W W/O RNZAF
GOODIN M J Private 19TH
GRIERSON L W G L/Corp 22ND
HILLS D W Corporal 25TH
HODGSON C Sapper R.C.C.
JACKSON D Private 38TH Bn
JORGENSON N H Private 27TH
McCLUNG J O Private 19TH
+ METCALF A C F/O RNZAF DFM
+ RIDDLE I G Private 22ND
STEWART S Private 25TH
TURKINGTON D A Corporal 36TH
WERDER L N Private 25TH

(Number denotes Battalion)

+ = Supreme Sacrifice


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