AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
11 JANUARY 1917
These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News magazines and have been extracted with permission.
MILITARY CROSS AWARDS
BRAITHWAITE, 2nd Lieut J L – Engineers, Henderson
BREMNER, Capt D E – Infantry, Drury
CLOSEY, 2nd Lt S J E – Rifle Brigade, Otorohanga
COOPER, 2nd Lt A C – Infantry, Waihi
GARLAND, 2nd Lieut H G de F – Infantry, Hamilton
GRAY, 2nd Lieut W A – Rifle Brigade, Mt Eden
HARLEY, Capt H S – Infantry, Nelson
HARRISON, 2nd Lieut W G – Rifle Brigade, Christchurch
HOUCHEN, Rev Clement – NZ Chaplain Dept., Te Kuiti
ORBELL, Capt R G S – Medical Corps, Gore
SEDDON, 2nd Lieut S T – infantry, Mt Eden
UPTON, 2nd Lieut, F C R – Infantry, Ashburton
MILITARY MEDALS GRANTED
Three New Zealanders who were previously awarded the Military Medal have now received the addition of a Bar.
COOKE, Cpl W B – Medical Corps; KENNEDY, Sgt F – Field Artillery; RAWHITI, Pte H – Pioneer Battalion.
The Military Medal for bravery in the field has been awarded to the following New Zealand non-commissioned officers and men:
ATKINSON, Sgt P H – Pioneer Battalion; BELL, Sgt T – Canterbury Infantry Regt; BROWN, Pte W S – Wellington Infantry Regt; CAMPION, L/Cpl D A – Auckland Infantry Regt; CLARKE, Pte N – Auckland Infantry Regt; DURRANT, Farrier C G – Army Service Corps; EDWARDS, Pte C – Auckland Infantry Regt; FORD, Pte M – Otago Infantry Regt; FRASER, Sgt J R – Auckland Infantry Regt; GRINDLEY, Sgt A J – Canterbury Infantry Regt.; KEYS, 2nd Cpl l L – Divisional Signal Co.; MAGUIRE, L/Cpl T F – Wellington Regt; McMASTER, Sgt A A – Engineers; McQUEEN, Sgt A A – Auckland Infantry Regt; MULLIGAN, Sgt A S – Medical Corps; PARSONS, Pte T W – Medical Corps; PHILSON, L/Cpl G H – Medical Corps; RICHARDSON, L/Cpl W J – Engineers; .ROBINSON, Acting Bdr K J – Divisional Ammunition Column
DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT MEDAL
BARR, Pte K D – Wellington Infantry Regt; RIDDETT, Sgt Major J J – Field Artillery; SCARFE, L/Cpl R – Wellington Infantry Regt; SMITH, Pte A – Wellington Infantry Regt; SYME, Bdr G – Field Artillery.
PRISONERS IN GERMANY
BOLTON, Pte John, 31st Batt., Australian Imperial Force, son of Mr Chas Bolton, Wellington, is interned in the prisoners’ camp at Munster, Westphalia, suffering from rheumatism and heart trouble. The Australian Red Cross Society is sending him comforts.
BROWN, Lance Corporal U, of the London Scottish, a Wanganui boy who was reported missing in August and was later ascertained to be a prisoner in Germany, was the first NZ prisoner of war to apply for study under the British Prisoners of War Book scheme. A Spanish grammar has been sent him in accordance with his request.
CARRAN, Pte James, Otago Batt., whose mother lives near Riverton, is interned in the Festunga Lazarette, Karthaussegasse, 77 Cologne. He was wounded at the time he was captured.
GAFFNEY, Pte T, Wellington Batt., Hadji-Kari. In a postcard he states that four out of six men were suffering from fever.
GUNN, Pte Geo., Wellington Battalion, POW at Bilemedic Posanti, Asia Minor, suffering from rheumatism.
POOLE, Pte H J, Canterbury Batt., No.12 Compound Hospital I. Parshim Meiklenberg Schwerin. He was reported on 16 September as being killed. His mother lives in Tasmania.
The following members of the NZEF are returning by an Australian transport:
Auckland Mounted Rifles;
BROWN, Cpl H N O – farmer; BURNESS, W J – horse-breaker; BURNETT, R A – farmer; COLLINS, L/Sgt H A – farmer; NOVELL, Sgt S C – mercer; ROE, T E – farmer; SCHOFIELD, Major, S C - farmer; SCOTT, A – labourer; WISNESKY, V D – clerk.
Otago Mounted Rifles;
CARLYLE, J C – carpenter; WOODS, G – farmer
Rifle Brigade – J Company;
BRADSHAW, T J – iron moulder; SMITH, QMS H H – commission agent
CONWAY, QMS D J – steward
FORBES, H S – coal miner
DOUGLAS, A H – Labourer
Army Service Corps;
MITCHELL, J F - farmer
NEW STAFF FOR MAHENO
The following officers, nurses and men will compose the staff of the Maheno on her third charter as a hospital ship, the appointments dating from 21 December 1916.
NZ Medical Corps:
ANDERSON, Lt Col Richard Walker, Christchurch, officer commanding; DUNCAN, Captain James Ferguson, Christchurch; FOSTER, Captain Philip Stanley, Christchurch; GIBSON, Major Frederick Goulburn, Christchurch; GUNN, Major Roderick McKenzie, Wellington; HYDE, Captain John Mickle
Adjutant and Quartermaster:
BOND, Major William Nathaniel Carlon, Canterbury Yeomanry Cavalry
NZ Chaplains’ Dept:
BARNETT, Rev G R, 4th class; CONNOLLY, Rev Thomas Frederick, 4th class; READY, Rev William, 4th class
NZ Army Nursing Service:
BAGLEY, A, Matron; BENNETT, A E, Staff Nurse; BURKE, C I, Staff Nurse; CAMERON, M J, Staff Nurse; GIFFNEY, Sister D E; GRANT, E H, Staff Nurse; JACKSON, M, Staff Nurse; MacFARLANE, C, Staff Nurse; MAXSEILD (sic), Bessy, Staff Nurse; McILWRAITH, M H P, Staff Nurse; McKAY, K G, Staff Nurse; McKENNY, Sister C; McKENZIE, A, Staff Nurse; MILLER, Dorothy, Masseuse; MILLER, Ruby, Masseuse; STEELE, Sister C
ALDERSLEY, Pte R T; BALDWIN, Pte W A; BARDELL, Pte E S; BEADLE, Pte T S; BLAIR, Pte K P; BOHEM, Pte W; BOSWELL, Pte J; BROWN, L/Cpl C S; BRYANT, Pte F A; BUCKETT, L/Cpl L C; CAMMELL, Cpl P H; COLLINS, Pte F C; COLVILLE, Pte R A; DENTON, Pte C S; DONALDSON, Sergeant; DOWN, Pte E H; DOWRICK, Cpl A F; FAGAN, Pte G; FALVEY, Pte W B; FARLAND, Pte N; FISHER, Sgt Major (WO) E J; FULFORD, Pte F W; GARVEY, Pte C; GIBB, Cpl S C; GRANT, Pte; HALIDAY, Pte L W; HANNAN, L C, Sergeant; HARRISON, Pte N; HARVEY, Pte S A; HEMUS, H C, Staff Sergeant; HILL, Pte J W; HOLMES, Pte G R; HUTTON, Pte J M; JACKSON, Pte G M; JORY, Pte H D; KEECH, Pte A W; KEMP, J S, Staff Sergeant; LANGFORD, Pte W J; LE BAS, Pte H C; LUKE, L/Cpl G S; MABERLEY, Pte W; MAHER, Pte W J; MARLOW, Pte A L; MARSHALL, Pte A J; MATTHEWS, Pte G W; McGILLON, Pte M T; McKINNON, Pte A J; McLENNON, Pte J R; MITCHELL, J H, Sergeant; NASH, J H, Staff Sergeant; PARK, Cpl F P; PATTERSON, Pte E D; PEEK, L/Cpl H J; PERCIVAL, Pte H; PYATT, Cpl W C; RAEBONE, Sergeant; RENTON, L/Cpl A L; ROBINSON, Pte H T; SCHOFIELD, E A, Regt Quartermaster; SULLIVAN, Pte H; VINE, Pte W E; WALSH, Cpl E J; WILLIAMS, Pte A G; WILLIS, Pte C C; WILSON, L/Cpl A B; WILSON, Pte T; WOOD, Pte C J.
Men from No.17 Group area for the 24th Reinforcements (with places of enlistment):
PAGE, P M, Rotorua; PEMBERTON, E H, Tauranga; SMYTHE, J J, Mamaku.
ALLEN, S, Opotiki; ANDREWS, G E, Mokai; BANNATYRE, C E, Tauranga; BARKER, H, Tauranga; BERRY, R A, Opotiki; BOAGLE, A A, Tauranga; BOWEN, A, Rotorua; CAMPBELL, A, Rotorua; CANNELL, J C, Tauranga; EDWARDS, C A, Rotorua; EIVERS, O T, Whakatane; ELLIOTT, M L, Opotiki; FOKES, A C, Tauranga; GOODMAN, S H, Mokai; HASLETT, R T, Whakatane; HOMES, R H, Tauranga; INGRAM, N M, Whakatane; KARLSON, W J, Rotorua; KELLY, E H, Opotiki; LAWSON, J, Whakatane; LLOYD, E J, Mokai; LOVERING, W H, Whakatane; MACKAY, T C, Tauranga; McGILL, W A, Whakatane; MORRIS, C S, Opotiki; NELSON, A H, Whakatane; OLDFIELD, S, Rotorua; PATERSON, J, Opotiki; PEEBLES, H A, Whakatane; REGASTIK, H T, Tauranga; SANDERS, A J, Opotiki; SAVAGE, O, Tauranga; SLATER, G, Whakatane; TERRY, J McL, Ngongotaha; WELLS, R G, Tauranga; WEST, W R L, Tauranga; WHITE, H W, Whakatane; WRIGHT, W, Ngongotaha.
24th DRAFT – No.4 GROUP, HAMILTON
ABSOLUM, N W L; ALLWOOD, J H; ARMSTRONG, D; BARNARD, A M; BEABLE, H E; BEAVEN, C E; BEUCK, F H; BLACK, G; BLUNDELL, W H; BRADLEY, R N; BROWN, C C; BUCK, W H; BURGESS, G; BURNDRED, J; BURNETT, P J; BURNS, J J; CHURCHES, E G; CLOW, T G; COGHLAN, R P; COLLINS, J H; COLLOGHAN, M; CORCORAN, P M; CROWLEY, J; DRAPER, H; DRONSFIELD, G; DUNCAN, D; FITNESS, A; FULLERTON, D G; KERRIGAN, J G; KEYMER, G E; KINAHAN, E; LYDIARD; FULLERTON, W; GIBSON, P C; GILLESPIE, A; GILLESPIE, O A; GODDARD, R E; GOING, A A; GORDON, W G; GOUGH, E; HARRIS, K S; HAWKIN, P W; HENRY, D; HOLMES, W H; HONEYBUN, J; HOOKER, W; HUGHES, J F; HUNTER, E; HUTCHESON, A; JACOBSEN, W C; JOHNSTON, M R; KELLOW, R; KELLY, B; KENEALLY, M; KENT, E; KERRIGAN, J G; KEYMER, G E; KINAHAN, E; LYDIARD, A; MacDONALD, J T; MACKIE, S C; MARSEN, C O E; MARTIN, T; MAUNDER, T P; MAUNSELL, P H; MAY, J G; MELVILLE, D H; MILL, P; MOIR, A L; MULLIONS, K K; NAYLOR, H; O’HEARN, W; OLD, A W; O’NEILL, J; O’REILLY, W; OSBORNE, C P; PADDY, W C; PETLEY, J; POPE, E S; POTTER, W; POWELL, G; POYNTER, S; PRENDERGAST, E C; RADFORD, R; ROACH, C E; READING, G; REILLY, P; REID, S; ROBINSON, T; ROBSON, R; RUSSO, C; SAMSON, C E; SANGER, S J; SHEEHAN, T; SMITH, E D; SOMERVILLE, E J; STANDON, S; STEWART, D J; STOKES, A; STOREY, L N; TAYLOR, J; TELFER, C; THOMPSON, A R; THURSTON, F X; TWIDLE, V S; TYLER, F; WASHER, A V; WAY, E C; WEST, A V; WILE, A; WILEY, B C; WRIGHT, R G; WYLIE, W H.
BOWDEN, T F; BULLIN, G F; GREEN, F H; MACHETT, R J; McDERMOTT, N A L; NORTON, E A B.
Complete list of the quota for the 25th reinforcements leaving Whangarei and other Northern centres:
ARMSTRONG, A A, Pakaraka; BILLING, J, Dargaville; BRAIGH, Waipu; BROOKS, R J, Waipu; BROOMFIELD, C T, Whangarei; BRYAN, W, Dargaville; CLEARY, A W, Whangarei; CLEMENTS, W E, Matapouri; CLIFF, A J, Paparoa; COTTERILL, J C, Hikurangi; CULLEN, D C, Pakaraka; CUREL, W E, Port Albert; CURTIS, H W, Dargaville; DENNIS, F, Ngunguru; DODD, J, Ngapipito; DONALDSON, H E, Matapouri; DOUGLAS, W J, Maromaku; DYER, A L, Apongi; EDGE, A P, Whangarei; FLEET, H, Lower Ruakaka; FLEET, R J, Lower Ruakaka; GALBRAITH, J C, Whangarei; HANNAM, D, Whangarei; HUGHES, H C, Ngawha; INSKIP, W J, Paparoa; JOHNSON, H, Hukerenui; JONES, A W, Titoki; KANE, J C, Tangiteroria; KEENE, S H, Pukehuia; KERR, R H, Mititai; KERSHAW, J J, Aponga; LESLIE, J F, Matauri Bay; LESLIE, J G, Kaeo; MACKERNAN, H J, wireless guard, Kaitaia; MARTIN, H W, Waikiekie; MAUGHAM, T W, Victoria Valley; McKENZIE, R W, Waipu; McQUEEN, D, Maungatapere; MONTGOMERY, E, Mititai; MONTGOMERY, J, Mititai; MORGAN, C M, Kawakawa; MORRELL, L S, Rawene; NEEMS, H J, Tangiteroria; NEENAN, H W, Rangiatua; PALMER, J N, Mangapai; PEDERSEN, P, Tutamoe; PENNY, A, Whangarei; PIKE, C H, Rawene; RASMUSSEN, C J, Dargaville; RAYNER, W H, Warkworth; RIGHT, P W, Mangowahine; ROUSE, J, Hukerunui; SANDS, H L, Whangarei; SINCLAIR, D R, Kauri; SLADE, G A, Dargaville; SLOANE, F H, Ruakaka; SMITH, J W R, Awanui North; STIRLING, R, Kaitaia; TEAL, J, Opuawhanga; TRBUHOVICH, Waipapakauri; TREWIN, H, Marohemo; WILD, J, Kaitaia; WILLIAMSON, F, Herekino; WILLIAMSON, H J, Whangarei; WILSON, N L, Lansing Rd, Edendale; WRIGHT, A, Mangowahine; YARBOROUGH, R F C, Kohukohu.
26th REINFORCEMENTS –No.4 GROUP
ADEWELL, Leo Eric, Hamilton; ALPHERT, Oliver Claude, Te Awamutu; BOWLES, Albert Edward, Tamahere; GOODER, Frederick, Wharepuhunga; GREEN, Staff Sgt Major Francis Hudson, Te Kuiti; GULLAND, David, Rangiriri; HENNESSEY, Peter, Cambridge, tunneling reinforcements; KEENE, Leonard William, Cambridge; KIBBLEWHITE, R W, despatched to Wellington on home service duties as sergeant clerk; LITCHFIELD, Eric Clifton, Hamilton; MANNING, William, Hamilton; MARSHALL, John, Huntly, tunneling reinforcements; MARTIN, Robert Frederick, Taniwha; MORRIS, Frank, Tamahere; OSBORNE, Thomas Arthur, Te Akau; RICHMOND, Robert James, Cambridge; SALTER, Leslie Edward, Pirongia; SEABRIGHT, Walter George, Cambridge; SPIERS, Howard Charles, Hamilton; TAYLOR, George, Hamilton; TIERNEY, Reginald Charles, Kihikihi; WHITCOMBE, Henry George, Moeatoa; WILLIAMS, William, Hamilton.
Probationary non-commissioned officers:
CLAUSEN, W E, Pakotai; JAMES, H, Whangarei; MARTIN, H J, Paparoa
LAMPEN, Major, Captain FINCH and Lieut STOCKER – Mentioned in Despatches.
WHITE, Bdr D W, NZ Howitzer Battery, was presented with the French Military Medal, awarded to him for the courage he displayed in leading an attack on Gallipoli on 21 August 1915.
SIMMERS, Sgt R, has been awarded a Bar to his Military Medal, along with 9 New Zealanders who have also been awarded the Military Medal.
CRUICKSHANK, Lieutenant Graham, an ex Auckland boy, the son of the late Mr William Cruickshank, and who is serving with the Canadian Forces, has been promoted to the rank of Captain.
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ARNS, Herman, carpenter of Thames; ARNS, William, labourer of Thames; CONNOLLY, Francis W, miner of Thames; COXHEAD, Thomas Albert, farmer, of Miranda; GAINFORD, Henry, farmer of Motumaoho; GIBSON, Frank L, motor driver of Thames; HUDSON, Robert L, farmer, of Kopu; JOHNSTON, David A, miner, Waihi; JOHNSTON, John, miner, Waihi; MANNING , Phillip Patrick, farmer of Coromandel; McCOLLUM, William C, farmer of Wharepoa; McGUINN, John, drainer, of Thames; McROBERTS, Robert, farmer, Wharepoa; MOONEY, Edward, driver of Waihi; PATTERSON, James N, farmer, Patetonga; PAYNE, John P D, electrician, of Thames; PRESTON, George, farmer of Matatoki; RILEY, Henry H, printer, of Thames; SAWYER, James Henry, farmer of Patetonga; SHAW, John, musician, Thames; TREANOR, John, contractor of Waihi; VERRAN, William James, carter, Thames; WATSON, James Kyle, farmer of Turua; WIGGINS, Harold, telegraph cadet.
BERRY, Albert Henry, grocer’s asst., Huntly; BROOKS, William, coal miner; CAVANAGH, Ernest Patrick, law clerk; CLOSE, Charles, fruitgrower, Te Kuiti; FOSTER, Robert H, farmer; HALL, William Ernest, railway porter; HODGE, William Charles, coal miner; HOLMES, Walter Norman, batter-maker; MANIHERA, Tutanakai, NZ Dairy Assn; McKEATY, George, coal miner; PECKHAM, Harry, railway clerk, Huntly; SHEMMINGS, George William, labourer; SYME, Adolphus Reginald, dairy farmer, Kamakarau; WILSON, Samuel Thomas Herbert, sheep farmer; WRIGHT, Edward Septimus, managing director.
DEARLOVE, Arthur, dairy farmer, Waihou; DUCKERING, Charles James, farmer, Matamata; FARROW, Robert Elliott, farmer, Waitoa; FERGUSON, Adam George, farm asst, Te Aroha W; FINLAY, Robert, slaughterman, Waharoa; FISHER, Albert John, railway employee, Waihi; GIBBS, Alfred, farmer, Morrinsville; HAYWARD, John, farmer, Ngarua; HEARFIELD, Henry Mace, farmer, Mangaiti; JOHNSON, James, plumber, Te Aroha; KIRK, Herbert Stanley, farm manager, Hinuera; PARTRIDGE, Thos Harold, C/E Minister, Matamata; RADFORD, Eric, butcher, Te Aroha; SHEEHAN, Joseph, farmer, Manawaru; WALLACE, George Meikle, farmer, Tatuanui; WALLACE, Thomas Neville, dairy farmer, Morrinsville; WAWMAN, Albert, farm asst., Waihou; WILMOT, Ernest, milk tester, Te Aroha West.
BOIELLE, Lionel; BRADLEY, Joseph Clifford, audit clerk; CLIMIE, James Leonard, Lands & Survey Dept; DUDSON, Stephen John, Public Trust Office clerk; FREYBERG, Claude Victor; HARDING, Arthur C, engineer’s apprentice; HOSSACK, Walter Scott, labourer; KITCHING, Robert John, soft goods mfr
COOK, John George, shepherd/musterer, Oxford; GARLAND, John, farmer, Bennett’s Junction; GINDERS, Harry S, teamster, West Eyreton; JARMAN, James Herbert, farmer, Kirwee; LOVEDAY, Arthur Leonard, flour miller, Ohoka; LYNN, Wm George, weaver, Kaiapoi; McKEOWN, Leonard B, locomotive fireman, Rangiora; McKIE, David Alex’r, farm manager, Amuri; McLACHLAN, Douglas, farmer, Omihi; MORGAN, Wm James, farm labr, Parnassus; MOYLE, Arthur, farm labr., Rangiora; PESTER, James, farmer, West Eyreton; WILKINSON, Basil E, farmer, Domett.
BELL, John McTeake, compositor; SHERLOCK, Joshua Henry, linotype op/mechanic.
ALLISON, James, farmer; ALLISON, Robert, farmer; ALLISON, William, farm labourer; BOWIE, George, sanitary contractor; CAMERON, Daniel, farmer; CAMERON, John, farmer; CHALMERS, John, storekeeper/blacksmith; CURRIE, William, farmer/shearer; McLEAN, Jas., farmer; PEARSON, Thos., sawmiller; PORTER, John, storekeeper; PORTER, Samuel, merchant/butcher; ROBINSON, James, farmer; SHALE, Charles, farmer; SHALE, Oliver, farmer; THOMSON, Alfred, farmer; THOMSON, David, farmer.
APPS, Albert; CUMMINGS, Charles, farmer; CUMMINGS, George, farmer; DREAVER, Andrew, farmer; DUNN, Robert, coal miner; GALBRAITH, John, farmer; GILLIES, William, farmer; HEATH, Rodger, farmer; HEFFERMAN, Martin, farmer; HEFFERMAN, William, farmer; HETHERINGTON, William, butcher; LISTER, John, labourer; MATHIESON, Alexander, sheep farmer; McCABE, Michael; McCRACKEN, Henry, coal miner; McCURDY, Arch., cheese-maker; McLEW, James, farmer; MURCOTT, James, farm labourer; PEDDIE, Thomas; PEDDIE, William; ROBERTSON, John, letter carrier; SHEEHY, James; STANLEY, Edward, farm manager; TIPPETT, William; WALKER, Alexander, farmer; WALKER, James, farmer; WALKER, William, farmer.
CALDERWOOD, James R, blacksmith, Waihi; FLAVELL, H, bush feller, Karangahake; GEORGE, A E J, farmer, Wharepoa; GREGORY, Thomas M, miner; HANDLEY, James, farmer, Paeroa; HUBBARD, P R, farmer, Paeroa; LANGDON, H, mine manager; MONEY, Frank, dairy farmer; MURDOCH, William, miner; ROBSON, D W, grocer, Paeroa; THOMPSON, James S; WALTERS, Ernest James, schoolteacher/farmer, Hikutaia; WALTERS, John S, miner, Waihi.
TE AROHACRONIN, Charles D, dairy farmer, Wardville; DOUGLAS, Joseph H; FLYNN, Percy James, farmer/chaffcutter, Waitoa; GIFFORD, Algie, chemist, Morrinsville; HALL, Wm R, farmer, Matamata; JOHNSON, James, Te Aroha; McLAREN, John Duxfield, farm hand, Wairakau, Shaftesbury; O’DONNELL, Phillip, solicitor, Rotorua; SHEEHAN, Joseph, farmer, Manawaru; STOCKBRIDGE, James, dairy farmer, Tatuanui.
HODGSON, Wm Edwin, freezing engr., Kaiapoi; LANG, Charles Werner, fruitgrower, Kaiapoi; TRITT, Carl Wm, farm hand, View Hill.
TAURANGA RECRUITS – 25th Reinforcements
BLAYMIRES – Tauranga; BROWN, J – Tauranga; COLLINS, P – Tauranga ; COX, J – Tauranga; FAULKNER, J H – Tauranga; JAMIESON, C – Matata; MANNING, J – Te Puke; MARK, R – Matata; McKINLEY, W – Tauranga; MOODY, G – Tauranga; OLIVER, A W – Tauranga; STEWART, N – Te Puke; THOMAS, A – Tauranga; WILLIAMS, R – Tauranga
QUOTA FROM NO.4 GROUP
BUCHANAN, J A ; BURNARD, W G; BURROWS, T J; BYCROFT, G R; CALDERWOOD, D A; CARSON, J; CULLEN, J R; DEENEY T J; EALES, R E; FAHEY, J; HENDERSON, R M; HINTON, W; KIRK, H F; LETHBRIDGE, N M; LORD, J; McCHESNEY, J F; McLYMONT, D; McNEIL, A; MILNER, H W; MITCHELL, J; ROIGARD, M P; RUSSELL, J; SMITH, C; SMITH, F; THORNLEY, F; WALKER, H S; WELLINGTON, G; WILSON, A F.
DAVID, M R; GRANT, A J; RUSTON, D H
GODFREY, T L C; GREY, T; HEY, H; KELLY, F J; MORLEY, E; SOBYES, W N; STEWART, A; STRATTON, E C; WATTS, P H
Army Service Corps:
CURTIN, P J
T IRWIN; REES, P M
Probationary Non-commissions – 27th Reinforcements:
LITTLE, L H; OSBORNE, G
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