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TE PUKE, BAY OF PLENTY
INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC 1918
VICTIMS

These names have been taken from the Te Puke Times and Te Puke Cemetery Records. Apologies are offered for anyone missed off especially the Maori deaths at Maketu, Otamarakau and Matata.

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SURNAME FORENAMES DATE OF DEATH PLACE NOK BURIED AGE
FARLAND Barbara Ettie 30Nov1918 Morrinsville 3rd daughter of late John Cameron and Barbara GALBRAITH of Te Puke and later Papamoa Morrinsville? 24
GALLOWAY Andrew 28Nov1918 Otamarakau - Te Puke -
GALLOWAY William 20Nov1918 Otamarakau - Te Puke -
LAWN Eliza Jane (Ellen Jane) 29Nov1918 Te Puke Hospital Wife of Charles Harold Lawn Te Puke 27
MCCRACKEN George Isaac 17Nov1918 Waikato Hospital, Hamilton 5th Son of David and Ellen McCracken of Te Matai Te Puke 25
McGHIE Charles Henry 21Dec1918 No 2 Road, Te Puke Son of William and Hannah Maria McGhie (Lady Jocelyn Passenger aged 1 year) Te Puke 39
NICHOLLS Thompson William 06Nov1918 Member of the NZTU, Hamilton Son of Mrs. Ngakoura Tamihana Te Kahika Maori Cemetery, Te Puke    25
PEMBERTON John Thomas 30Oct1918 Te Puke Hospital Son of Frederick William and Hannah Pemberton Te Puke -
PEMBERTON Rachael Olive (Dot) 28Dec1918 At her parents residence, Te Puke Son of Frederick William and Hannah Pemberton Te Puke 11
REA Samuel 20Nov1918 Paengaroa Married with children (Butcher for Mr H E Butcher of Te Puke) Maketu -
TAPSELL Warena Mokopapaki 04Nov1918 Member of the NZTU, Narrow Neck Camp, Auckland Son of Kiri Tapsell, of Maketu Tauranga (Welcome Bay) Maori Cemetery       21

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