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WW1 William Henry Williams

William Henry Williams (Service number 42441) was born 31 December 1890.

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WW1 John Alfred Shirtcliffe

Lance-Corporal John Alfred Shirtcliffe, was the only son of Mr J and Mrs Elizabeth Shirtcliffe.

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WW1 Captain Oliver Steele

Oliver Steele was born 7 April 1882 in Wairoa, Hawke's Bay where his family farmed at Owhio and Pipanui.

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WW1 Harold Dixon Buddle

Harold Dixon Buddle was born 10 August 1884, the younger son and third child of five children of the Thomas and Emma Buddle of 26 Victoria Avenue, Remuera, Auckland.

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WW1 Joseph Edward Wood

Joseph Edward Wood (Service number 38787) was born in Auckland on 14 August 1896 to Thomas Wood and Louisa Ann Wood.

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WW1 Kenneth Ivan Munce

Kenneth Ivan Munce was born on 29 April 1884 to Ruth and John McKenny Munce of 162 Remuera Road, Remuera, Auckland.

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WW1 Flight-Lieutenant George Edmond Vernon Aimer RFC

Lieutenant George Vernon Aimer was the eldest son of Edmond Baxter Aimer and Annie Elizabeth Aimer.

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WW1 Flight Lieutenant Trevor Dudley Hall Alderton

Trevor Alderton was born on 5 January 1894 in Whangarei, Northland, the son of Ida and George Edwin Alderton, the founder of modern Kerikeri.

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Thomas King’s Royal Bakery

The bakery oven in Remuera, believed to date back to the turn of last century, before it was knocked down. 

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WW1 Irving Brothers — Augustus and John

Edward Augustus (1867-1918) and Jane (nee Ross) (1869-1958) Irving, were married in 1888, and lived at 260 Remuera Road, Remuera, Auckland.

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WW1 David Keith Duthie – Ypres

Born 26 September 1893, David Keith Duthie, known as Keith, was one of four sons and two daughters.

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WW1 Hugh Alexander Forrest

Hugh Alexander Forrest was the eldest son of Jessie and William Forrest, who was Postmaster at Devonport Auckland.

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WW1 Private Erni Bond 44680

Private Erni Bond was the youngest of five children of the late Mr Erni Bond (1852- 20 December 1914) and of Mrs Alice Bond (nee Freeman, (1858 – 1941)) of 51 Remuera Road, Remuera.

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WW1 Blackie Brothers — Bernard Blackie 6/3252

Henry George Blackie (1857- 8 April 1916), a Baptist missionary and tea dealer.

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WW1 Blackie Brothers — 2nd Lieutenant Allan Stuart Blackie

The second son of Henry and Louisa Blackie’s sons to enlist was Allan Stuart Blackie (13/878, 1/484 (WWI) and 824025 (WWII).

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WW1 Blackie Brothers — Walter Palmer Blackie

Walter Palmer Blackie was the fourth brother to enlist in World War I.

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WW1 Lance-Corporal Charles Basil Beeson

Lance-Corporal Charles Beeson (Reg. No 26535), also known as Bungee Beeson, was the fifth son of (Edwin) George and Joanna or (Anna) Beeson.

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The Days of Trams in Remuera

Summary of a talk given by Terry Sutcliffe and film and photographic evening.

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Anzac Day Remembrance Service at St Aidan’s Church

A short church service at St Aidan's at 9.30am on ANZAC Day April 25th 2017.

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WW1 Battle of the Somme — John Stewart Dagg

John Stewart Dagg was born in Brighton on 26 September 1891.

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Visit to the Bruce Mclaren Trust and Museum

On the 2 April 2017 we visited the Bruce McLaren Trust museum above Remuera Upland Motors 590 Remuera Rd where Bruce and sister Jan lived.

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WW1 Passchendaele Edgar and Arthur Boucher

Boucher Brothers — The Darkest Day

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Mission Sisters House 78 Upland Road

78 Upland Road Remuera was known as the House of Studies for the Mission Sisters.

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