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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
19 OCTOBER 1916

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OAKDEN, Mr H P of Grey St, Devonport, and his three sons have all taken part in recent operations in France. On his paternal side there are 7 generations of Army officers and on his mother’s, a long list of Naval officers. Bombardier W. OAKDEN, the eldest son, recently reported wounded, served on Gallipoli before the evacuation.

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AUSTRALIAN CASUALTIES - New Zealanders serving with Australian forces

BELL, Pte J – Seriously ill; BLACK, Private L A – Returned to duty; BOLTON, J – POW, previously missing; HARRIS, Cpl B – progressing favourably; HEURTLEY, 2nd Lt J – injured; LESTER, Pte J – progressing favourably; McCINDLAGH, Pte J – missing; McGLASHAN, Pte E – killed in action; McGRATH, L/Cpl J – progressing favourably; McNEIL, Cpl E C – seriously ill; McPHERSON, J – POW, previously missing; PELVIN, Cpl B – killed in action; PENCEIL, Pte J – Returned to duty; SIMS, S C – POW, previously missing; STEELE, Pte – convalescent; TAYLOR, Pte N – wounded; WASTNEY, Pte N D – wounded twice, now returned to duty

ORMOND, Lieutenant Alexander, Manchester Regiment, son of George Ormond of Mahia, NZ, killed in action.

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REINFORCEMENTS NO.3 GROUP – Whangarei & Dargaville

22nd Reinforcements:
BAKER, H O – Wharehine; BISSETT, A – Opuawhanga; BLUNDELL, A S – Kohukohu; BOLAND, D – Whangarei; CHADWICK, T W – Aratapu; CHURCH, G P – Kohukohu; CLARKE, C – Ruatangata; CLARKE, V C – Ruatangata; CRAIG, J E Jnr – Whangarei; CROFT, H – Whakapara; DOBSON, J W – Whangarei; DODDS, J T P – Mangonui; DRUMMOND, R L – Whangarei; EDMONDSON, H – Whangarei; FLOOD, J P – Utakura; FLOOD, T F – Utakura; GARDINER, C O – Kaiaka; GILLOTT, W – Fairburns; GOODHUE, H – Kawakawa; GOODHUE, H S – Taumarere; HANSEN, G C – Purerua; HARDING, C M – Motukaraka; HEDLEY, J – Ruawai; HENDERSON, J A – Ruawai; HOULT, V P N – Naumai; HOUSTON, A C – Auckland; KENNY, L T – Kaeo; KING, J H – Dargaville; LEIGH, A P – Auckland; MACKEN, F W – Whakapara; McBRIDE, A A – Wharehine; NEW, W R – Te Kopuru; NIGHTINGALE, C M – Maunu; PANTHER, W L – Victoria Valley; PENDERGAST, C E – Pakotai; PETERS, A R – Whangarei; POTTER, A – Wharehine; RICHARDSON, H – Waipu; RICHARDSON, J A – Waipu; ROACH, J – Waiotu; RUSSELL, T – Okaihau; SEARLE, W T – Aratapu; SEFTON, H – Wharehine; SHILTON, G W – Waiotu; SNOWDEN, B – Kamo; STOREY, A E – Onerahi; TAYLOR, F E – Whakapara; THOMAS, C W – Okaihau; THOMAS, L – Utakura; THORBURN, B R – Ruatangata West; TIERNEY, T – Dargaville; TRACEY, F R – Fairburns; TROTTER, W – Hikurangi; UNDERWOOD, J – Dargaville; WALKER, D –Maungakaramea; WARING, H T – Te Kopuru; WEAVER, S J – Otahuhu; WHITELAW, J M – Kamo; WHITELAW, M F M – Kamo; WILKIN, T H E – Te Kopuru; WOODS, B P – Ohaeawai; WRATHALL, W A S – Mangonui; WRIGHT, C J G – Whangarei; WYKES, A R – Dargaville; YATES, A – Whangarei; YOUNG, C A M – Whangarei.

DRAFT FROM NO.4 GROUP

22nd Reinforcements
ABDALLAH, H A – Te Kuiti; BARTON, R J – Mangapeehi; BENNETT, S E – Hamilton; BULLINGHAM, S V J – Kihikihi; BUNTAIN, J – Aria; CAMPBELL, T – Taupiri; CARMICHAEL, D – Te Kuiti; CLEAN, L – Te Kuiti; CLINIE, A N – Patumahoe; COLLINS, S – Te Kuiti; CONWAY, H – Te Kuiti; CUMPSTONE, T – Kiokio; CURRY, C J H – Hamilton; DAVIDSON, W J – Otorohanga; ELLIOTT, S A – Hamilton; ENTWISTLE, C J – Cambridge; FINN, H – Mercer; FOSTER, S – Ohinewai; FREW, J G – Te Kuiti; FULLERTON, W – Te Kuiti; GASKELL, F A – Te Kowhai; GIBB, J – Mercer; GIBB, R – Mercer; GILES, T C – Waikawau; GORDON, H A – Hamilton; HAILWOOD, E G – Hamilton; HENDERSON, W – Te Awamutu; HICKS, J – Hamilton; HOLGATE, H – Taupiri; HOOLE, C – Cambridge; HOWDEN, D – Hamilton; HUTTON, J M – Frankton; JAMIESON, R McD – Korokanui; JOHANSEN, W T – Te Kuiti; KAY, T – Kihikihi; KEANE, D T – Hautapu; KNIGHT, L W – Horotiu; LAIRD, E – Kihikihi; LEITCH, T – Glen Massey; MACKEY, W A – Te Awamutu; MALINS, J B – Hamilton; MAXWELL, P W – Kihikihi; McADAM, W B W – Te Kawa; McCOY, J – Raglanp; McFARLANE, W – Cambridge; McGUINNESS, W – Hamilton; McINDOE, N C – Ngaruawahia; McSHERRY, F C – Hamilton; MILLER, I T – Hamilton; MILNER, A C H – Hamilton; OWENS, P H – Hamilton; PALMER, C J – Te Awamutu; PARK, W J – Ngaruawahia; PARLANE, S G – Otorohanga; PHILPOTT, J W – Hamilton; POLWART, C L – Rangiriri; PRISK, C G – Hamilton; PROCTOR, J – Hamilton; RANKIN, S – Kiokio; ROPER, G – Ngaruawahia; SKEWES, W – Ngaruawahia; SMART, S A – Cambridge; SMITH, A G S C – Frankton; SMITH, F – Cambridge; SMITH, G W H – Te Kuiti; STANAWAY, A – Horotiu; SUTTON, H – Ngaruawahia; TRONSON, D C – Hamilton; VAUSE, H - Cambridge; WARBURTON, F G – Ngaruawahia; WHITE, S W – Te Awamutu; WILLIAMS, A E – Te Kuiti; WOOLLEY, T – Rukuhia.

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PARRY, Private John, C.Company, 19th Reinforcements, died at Featherston Military Hospital, Thursday, of broncho-pneumonia following measles.

KAYES, Quarter-master Sergeant J L H, s/o B A Kayes, has received a commission in France. He left for the front last January. His brother, Corporal E C Kayes, is in training at Salisbury Plain, England.


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