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WW1 Evan Gibb Hudson (Service Number 61946)

Evan Gibb Hudson was born in 18 December 1895, the youngest son of Ellen (nee Winks) and Harold Willey Hudson

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WW1 Thomas Patrick Hoare (Service Number 23/1673)

Thomas Hoare was born 22 July 1888, the son of Richard Joseph and Margaret Hoare.

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WW1 William Henning (Service number 11376)

William Henning was born in Auckland 23 December 1884 to James and Emily Henning.

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WW1 Ethel Marion Hirst (Gould)

Ethel Marion Hirst was born on 2nd February 1895.

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WW1 Ben Hirst (Service Number 2/1793)

Ben Hirst was born on 16 April 1893 to Marion Violet Hirst and Frank Martin Hirst.

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WW1 William Edmond Hartland (Service number 12/763)

William Edmond Hartland (Service number 12/763) was born on 6 July 1892.

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WW1 Angelo William Thomas Gill 30795

Angelo William Thomas Gill was born on 18 December 1896 in Canberra, son of T R W and Edith Gill.

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WW1 Arthur Ernest (Everard) Bourne 565

Arthur Ernest (Everard) Bourne (Service number 565) was born in Auckland and was the youngest son of Charles Frederick and Margaret Bourne.

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WW1 Douglas Hepburn Gamble 13/2191

Douglas Hepburn Gamble (Service number 13/2191) was born 21 February 1893 in Remuera, Auckland to Rachel Louise Gamble and William Nelson Gamble.

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WW1 Thomas Ernest 21235

Thomas Ernest (Service number 21235) was born on 13 August 1895, the youngest son of Thomas and Anne Ernest.

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WW1 Andrew Royden Erickson 12160

Andrew Royden Erickson (Service number 12160) was born 20 October 1895 in Auckland.

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The Ladies College of Remuera

The Ladies College of Remuera By Rebecca Crossan.

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A New Zealand Chinese Family in Remuera

A New Zealand Chinese family in Remuera by Phillipa Wong, age 13 years. 

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St Mark’s Church

Churches have always been important places for Christian communities, providing not only religious worship but community centres.

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A Family in Remuera

A Family in Remuera by Julie M Hill and Louise Alana Rooney. 

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How Auckland has changed over the last 100 years

How Auckland has changed over the last 100 years by Guyon Lang, age 13. 

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Rona Von Zalinski Remembers Meadowbank

I loved Meadowbank when I moved here in 1940 with my young Air Force husband and our two small daughters and I have loved it ever since. 

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A Day in the Life of a Remuera Resident — Monsignor Brian Arahill

A day in the life of a Remuera resident, by Kimberley Tse, age 8 years. 

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Roselle — 82 Shore Road, Remuera

“ROSELLE” 82 Shore Road, Remuera, by Elizabeth Jean Chalmers.

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Auckland Essay

Auckland Essay, by Guysen Lang, age 11. 

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Memories of Living in Maungarei Road

Memories of living in Maungareri Road by Eileen Shapley (nee Hollett).  

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Remuera Railway Station Preservation Trust

The Remuera Railway Station Preservation Trust was set up in 1994 to preserve the railway station which had sunk into a state of neglect and disrepair.

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T.J. Mcnamara on the Great War and Its Effect on the Spiritual in Art

T.J. McNamara gave a moving talk on the Great War and its effect on the spiritual in art, on 1st November 2017.

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The Bassett Road Shops in the 1930s

Remuera Rotary Historical Essay Competition - The Bassett Road shops in the 1930s, by Angela Caughey of Remuera. 

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