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TE PUKE AND WORLD WAR ONE
EX 1NZEF MEMBERS SUFFERING PERMANENT DISABILITY
c1920

These were the Te Puke names found in a book of Ex members of the 1NZEF suffering permanent disability and receiving a pension from the Auckland (Provincial) Patriotic Society. It was undated but appears to be around 1920. GSW = Gun Shot Wound.

REG. NO SURNAME FORENAMES OCCUPATION PRE SERVICE ADDRESS STATUS DISABILITY PRESENT ADDRESS PENSION
12/3910 BARRON Herbert Edward Bushfelling C/- Callery, No 3 Rd, Te Puke Single GSW Left exile 111 Wickstead St, Wanganui 20/-
6/3621 BENNETT Walter Leslie Farmer Papamoa Single GSW face & jaw, loss anterior mandible ADMS Dunedin, River View, Taupo Quay, Wanganui 50/-
23953 BISHOPRICK Alfred Eric Teacher Te Puke Single GSW Rt thigh with laceration of muscle Te Puke 15/-
19537 GRAY Tata Paddie Flaxmiller Te Puke Single GSW Lft forearm, ulna and median King George V Hospital, Rotorua 60/-
16/186 HAEREHUKA Tiare Labourer Te Puke Single Loss right eye Rotorua 20/-
11481 JACK James Donald Chaff Cutter Oxford St, Te Puke Single Loss left arm c/- R M Bradford Esq, Te Puke 30/-
13/522 LANGDON Gilbert Ploughman Te Puke Married Loss right eye Te Puke 20/-
65828 McCAULEY John Richard Labourer Te Puke Single Symes Ampt. Left foot GSW lft shoulder Te Puke 40/-
16/309 PARARAKI Puruma Labourer Maketu Single Shrapnel wnd Lft thigh wif c/f femur Maketu 25/-
13/434 RIDDELL Walter Edward Farmer Pongakawa Single MG Bullet rt ankle Pongakawa 7/6
16/155 WIHAPI Aritaku Engineer Te Puke Married GSW rt thigh Te Puke 10/-


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