LEIGH PUBLIC CEMETERY, RODNEY, AUCKLAND
WORLD WAR ONE DEATHS
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Also noted at the Leigh Cemetery: Edward James HARPER - who died at Three Kings while diving for treasure at the wreck of the Elingamite - 22 January 1907 aged 52 years. See New Zealand Disasters and Tragedies for more on the Elingamite.
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