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Researching local WW1 soldiers (Barnard Castle) I recently requested help on a Canadian Enlisted chap and received incredilble information and help. many useful links to canadian WW1 sites, all on-line and free.

What is the status of New Zealand archives ? Any useful sites that can be recommended ?

In particular I am researching the following chap (the only NZ connection I know of from the local lists I have).

Any information appreciated.

Dixon Harold Percy Private 49803 OtgReg

DOW 30/11/1919

NZ - CHRISTCHURCH (SYDENHAM) CEMETERY

Mrs. S. Dixon, of 8, Bede Terrace, Barnard Castle,

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Harold Percy Dixon's service file is at National Archives in Wellington, NZ.

DIXON, Harold Percy - WW1 49803 - Army 1914 - 1918

agency series accession box / item record part alternative no.

AABK 18805 W5537 37 0034176

Nominal Roll info:

Surname DIXON

Given Name Harold Percy

Category Nominal Roll Vol. 3

Regimental Number 49803

Rank Private

Next of Kin Title Mrs S

Next of Kin Surname DIXON

Next of Kin Relationship Mother

Next of Kin Address Barnard Castle Durham England

Roll 66

Page 16

Occupation Labourer

I don't know whether this is the same man as Wanganui is in the North Island and Chritchurch is in the South Island.

Surname DIXON

Given Name Harold Percy

Category First Reserves

Last NZ Address C/- Moore Bros Private Bag Nukumaru Waitotara

Occupation Farm Labourer

Recruiting District Wanganui

Cheers, Diane

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Kooky - Many thanks for your speedy reply and information.

OtgReg - what is its full title ? I've looked but not yet found.

Hold on Otago Rifles ?

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OtgReg = Otago Regiment

Unfortunately the NZ service records are not online free to look at as the Australian ones are. You can order a copy from the National Archives, but it'll cost you $25NZ - and they may charge you more if you're overseass, but I'm not really sure on that point.

Allie

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I'm going to National Archives this week and will look him up for you. :)

Zack

Many thanks Zack. I appreciate the offer and look forward to your posting.

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Thanks for this HeritagePlus - I'll check this out when I'm home this evening as my work PC is too slow when internet and graphics are involved. Cheers

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A combination of living locally, school holidays and needing something to do for the 9,6 and 3 year olds, got us down to the cemetary for a few hours today. Hopefully this is usefull to your research.

Dave

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You sound like me, Dave. My son is very good at reading cemetery maps and is now very used to looking for headstones with me. What a macarbre way to spend the summer hols. I can just see the story writing when school starts: "What I did in the holidays... My mum and I went to lots of cemeteries and took photos of graves of dead people..." ;)

Allie

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Having established that Harold Dixon was born in Barnard Castle I was wondering how I would discover how and when he emigrated to NZ.

Any ideas where I could try to research this idea ?

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Harold Percy Dixon, an agricultural labourer, was mentioned in the NZ Gazette in 1917 as being called up for military training, from Nukumaru.

which apparently is in the Wanganui district.

If you purchase a copy, NOT a certificate, of his death registration from the registrar, it should state the no of years he had been in NZ.

http://www.dia.govt.nz/diawebsite.nsf/wpg_...nDocument#three

Otherwise, the nearest entry points to Wanganui for ships from Britain were New Plymouth, Wellington, and Auckland. He could have arrived at any of them, or others further away.

Do you know his date of birth?

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Hi Jarvis

Well as promised a summary of the National Archive file on your man. :)

I ordered and read the actual original hard copy file i.e. the History Sheet which was only one page (written on both sides) and with the ‘usual add ons’. (If you don't order the original file you only get a photocopy!)

I’ve also order a copy to review of the microfilm that was on the file because there looked to be more information on these and as they are about 35 years old they need to be printed off for review, as the microfiches at National Archives are not really designed for reading these older microfilms.

I will be in touch again once I’ve reviewed them for you.

In the meantime here’s what you have on the Harold Percy Dixon file. I think you will find it answers some of your queries and raises others.

National Archives Reference

Agency AABK

Series 18805

ACC W5537

Box 34

Record 0034176

A History Sheet

Reinforcement: 26th

Unit: “F Coy” crossed out and in pen “8 Coy 1st Bn Otago Infantry Regiment”

Rank: Private

Surname: Dixon

Christian Name: Harold Percy

Regimental Number: 49803

Occupation: Farm hand

Religion: Church of England

Place of Birth: Leeds, York, England

Date of birth: 30.12.1884

Next of Kin: “Mrs S J Dixon (mother) Barnard Castle, Durham, England” crossed out and “8 Bede Terrace” written and then this is crossed out and the following written “G advise not found at this address 6/12/27.”

Also listed as ‘Next of Kin’ is ‘Mr N Moore (friend) Nukumaru’

There seemed to be some confusion on someone’s part that he was married because there are four references on the file to him being married as follows:

1 Next of kin: “Wife Mrs Lillian M Barlett (Dixon) whereabouts unknown” and someone has written over the top in black pen “Soldier not married.”

2 “Will leaving everything to soldier executed 3 months after marriage. See letter on file of 9.11.20.” Again someone has written over the top in black pen “This (is) wrong. Soldier was not married.”

3 Margin note written on file in black pen: “See HS 4/1768 P N Dixon re marriage. The entries on this HS refer to 4/1768 who wife L M Bartlett is.”

4 Wife’s maiden name Lillian May Bartlett (widow) Place of marriage St Johns Boscombe England Date 25.4.1918, Officiating Clergyman or Registrar Rev W? ? Walker. This has written over it in black pen “Wrong Soldier not married.”

Someone had a ‘bad work day/s’ at the record office!

The file has a stamp marked “Will with Public Trust.” (I looked this up for you and couldn’t find it but it would be held at National Archives office in Christchurch, New Zealand.

B Period of Service

“In New Zealand 212 days

Overseas: 1 year, 120 days (further on the file lists this as 1 year 122 days)

Total Service: 1 year 332 days

Date commenced duty: 13.3.1917

Date finally discharged 7.2.1919

Theatres of operation: Western Europe 1917 – 1918

Left New Zealand Date From 21.2.1917 Date to 9.6.1917

Returned Ionic (Transport ship) Date From: 6.10.18, Date to 7.2.1919”

C Wounds

DateWhere soldier located Message and Remarks

25.10.17 Rouen/London Adm 1st African Gen Hospital 13.10.17 wounded left knee

30.10.17 London Adm Hospital France 13/20 contused wound left knee

19.11.17 London Trans to conv dep France 9.11.17

29.12.17 France Disch to Base Depot 15.12.17

D Sick

DateWhere soldier located Message and Remarks

18.1.18 FranceLondon Adm 2 Lon Gen Hosp Jan 22. Fractured left fibula accident

11.2.18 London Transferred to Walton on Trent hosp 7.2.18

21.2.18 London Transferred to NZ Conv Hospital Hornchurch 18.2.18

16.7.18 London Dischd to Torquay 11.7.18 from Hornchurch

24.8.18 Plymouth Embarked for New Zealand ‘Ionic’

E Other information on file

“Discharged in consequence of being no longer physically fit for war service (fractured left fibula)”

“Final discharge: 7.2.1919”

“Died of sickness at 3 Walton St Sydenham 30.11.19 from pneumonia and cardiac failure”

Intended address “C/O N F Moore Nukumaru” is crossed out, as is also “3 Walton St Sydenham Chch” (Christchurch)

Medals went to Mrs S J Dixon (M) 8 Bede Ter Barnard Castle Durham England on 23.6.1922

F Statement of the service of Dixon, Harold Percy No 49830

Regiment of Corps Promotions, Reductions, Casualties, &c Rank Date

F Coy. 27th Posted to Pte 13/3/17

F Coy 26th Transferred to Pte 18/4/17

B Coy 4 Otago Regt Marched into Sling Pte 16.8.17 Nom Roll Sling

B Coy 4 Otago Regt Proc overseas Pte 23.9.17

1st Btn Otago Reg Join Btn pstd 8 Coy Pte 9.10.17 Rouen

1st Btn Otago Reg Att stgth NZI – G B Dep hosp Pte 15.12.17

1st Btn Otago Reg Detchd to 2 NZ Inf Bde Sch Pte 5.1.18

1st Btn Otago Reg Rej unit ex base Pte 5.1.18

1st Btn Otago Reg Rej unit ex 2NZ Inf Bde Sch Pte 9.1.18

G Conduct Sheet

Regiment of Corps Place Date Offence Punishment

F Coy 26 Trentham 12.5.17 Overstaying leave 2 days CB, 3 days pay Signed H H Godfrey Lieut

F Coy 26 Rfts Transport 85 17.6.17 While on A S?. An act to the prejudice of good order and mil discipline and leaving his post when on life buoy guard 2 days CB 18.6.17

His next of kin qualified for plague and scroll as his death was described as a “result of war service.”

The roll number is 670031 and both were issued 1 May 1930.

He left New Zealand (along with 1,227 of them) on the transport ‘Willochra’ (no 85) 9 June 1917. OC Troops: Capt R W Fisher, Ship's master: A M Edwin. Disembarked Devonport 18.8.1917. The embarkation rolls show that on board as follows were the 26th Reinforcements (First Draft): A, B, C, D, and F Company, Specialist machine-gun / signal sections, medical corps, dental corps, Army Pay Department, Army Postal Service, Chaplains Department, G Company (part).

His return back to New Zealand was from the port of London on the Ionic (Transport number 187), OC Lt Col Saunders, Ship's master H V Hickson, On board: 39 officers, 790 other ranks, 15 nurses Total 844.

As I said I will be in touch once I've reviewed the microfilm.

Cheers

Zack

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Christine - thanks for your input. I am at work now and will reply with info later.

Zack - many thanks for all of your information, an incredible amount. Does the ordering of the History Sheet, etc incur costs, and if so are you out of pocket ? I am more than willing to re-imburse you for you help. I will post later this evening after the dreaded Monday morning ritual of work is over.

I am impressed with all of this input.

I have also discovered another one from my rolls who emigrated to Australia and served with the AIF. But that will be another posting.

Once again a big thank you to all who have contributed.

Jarvis

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Thanks Jarvis - No I'm not out of pocket - I do it because a lot of people over time have assisted me AND I'm researching at Archives for myself on my own projects - so a blink in time is not worth much! I just hope that it's a help to you. :)

Cheers

Zack

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Harold Percy Dixon, Do you know his date of birth?

Thanks Christine, Zak Has supplied me with date of birth 30.12.1884 although I am 100% that Leeds, Yorkshire is in fact correct. I have seen several dob's stating birthplace as Barnard Castle, Leeds, England for other local chaps when Leeds is a good hours drive away from here. Census details prove he was in Barnard Castle at an early age. Perhaps the registery of his birth took place at Leeds or there may be another story. For the moment I am satisfied that he is a local chap.

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If he was born in 1884, and his mother is still in England in 1922, he came to NZ as a single man, probably sometime after 1900. But I can't see him emigrating once war had begun, so between 1900 and 1914.

Here is some information about Nukumaru

http://cmahoney.orcon.net.nz/Research/Nukumaru.htm

The Moore Bros property is now a reserve

Bushy Park Reserve

http://www.forestandbird.org.nz/enjoy_natu...agementplan.pdf

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If he was born in 1884, and his mother is still in England in 1922, he came to NZ as a single man, probably sometime after 1900. But I can't see him emigrating once war had begun, so between 1900 and 1914.

Here is some information about Nukumaru

http://cmahoney.orcon.net.nz/Research/Nukumaru.htm

The Moore Bros property is now a reserve

Bushy Park Reserve

http://www.forestandbird.org.nz/enjoy_natu...agementplan.pdf

Many thanks for the extra information. I feel guilty, as if most of my research has been done for me. There is still some legwork left for me though and I can only thank everyone for their help. (Please don't stop contibuting though, if you have information, I will be happy to recieve it!)

I have had so much help from the Forum, it's members are A1.

Bushy Park Reserve sounds like a good place see! I haven't read the full guide yet (60+ pages).

Thank you, once again.

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Hi Jarvis

Well again as promised I’ve reviewed the old microfilm files (photo copy) and surprise, surprise there was some more information on them than on the actual original file held at Archives. The new bits of information gives some clue as to when he arrived in New Zealand – you will spot it - and Christine was correct. His physical description is also revealing and explains why he had to try twice to get into service.

The microfilm print out (very unclear in places) had the following nine documents with information on it in the following, somewhat chaotic, order:

Document One - Proceedings of a provisional medical board dated 8 Oct 1918

On board the Ionic at the Port of Auckland the following:

Lt Col Christie (President) and Lt Col Andrew (Member) reported that Dixon, Harold Percy 49803 fractured his left fibula and is recorded as being referred as an outpatient to Wanganui Hospital.

Document Two - Report on Accidental or Self Inflicted Injuries Form A F W 3428

1 Number, Rank, Name and unit of injured man: 49803 Pte Dixon H P

Date of casualty 14/1/18

2 Nature, Location, and Severity of injury. (NB Field Ambulance to be notified at once if wound is believed to be self inflicted. S Frac Fibula Note Signature of Medical Office who attended to this injury is NOT now available.”.

3 Short statement of the circumstances of the case. (Signed statements of witnesses to be attached to this form) Slipped on the frosty duckboards and fell, injuring his ankle.

4 Commanding officer’s opinion as to whether the man was

A In the performance of military duty: Yes

B To blame: No

C Whether any other person was to blame: No

Date 4/3/18

Signed A B Charters Lieut Col Commanding 1st Battalion Otago Regiment

5 A Opinion of GOC Brigade

B Disciplinary action taken or proposed, whether against injured man or another

I concur

Brig Genl (name?)

Commanding 2/NZ Brigade

Date: March 5 1918

Document Three - Memo with accident witness statements

7 To DAG

GHQ 3rd Echelon

Forwarded for record. This casualty should be reported as Injured (accidentally)

Signed Major ?

Date 9/3/18

Witness attached statements

“OI 8th Coy

Q25/19/3

I was walking behind 49803 Pte H P Dixon on the night of 14/1/18 when he slipped on the duckboard which was covered with frost. To my knowledge he sprained his ankle. I can assure you it was purely an accident.

Signed Harry Crouthier(?) No 13883

Stretcher bearer”

“OI 8th Coy

9/2385

I was walking behind 49803 Pte H P Dixon on the night of 14/1/18 when he slipped on the duckboards and sprained his ankle. They were covered all with frost and his fall was accidental.

Signed 53166 R E Freeman

Stretcher bearer”

Dixon was admitted to hospital on 17.1.18 (No 1 Canadian General Hospital Etaples)

Document Four - Amended Attestation Dated at Trentham 18 May 1917

“New Zealand Expeditionary Force Attestation for General Service EF Form No 2

Where were you born? Leeds England

Are you a British Subject? Yes

What is your date of birth? 30/12/18

Parents name: Thomas Henry Dixon (deceased) Born England

Sarah Jane Dixon Born England

How long have you been resident in New Zealand? 13 years

What is your trade or calling? Agricultural labourer

What was the name and address of your present or last employer? N Moore Nukumaru

Have you passed the Fourth Educational Standard or its equivalent? Yes

Are you single, married, widower, divorced, or legally separated from your wife? Single

Have you ever served in any Military of Naval Force? If so, to what corps? 21 years Mtd Rifles

Have you ever been medically examined for service with the NZEF? If so when and where? Yes Wanganui Nov 1916

Have you ever been rejected as unfit for the Military of Naval Forces of the Crown? If so, on what grounds? Yes Bad Leg

Apparent age: 32 years

Height 5 feet 5 ½ inches

Chest measurement Minimum 33 inches Maximum 37 inches

Complexion Dark

Colour of eyes Blue

Colour of hair Brown

Religious profession C of E

Distinctive marks, and marks indicating congenital peculiarities or previous disease - Perpendicular scar on right shin from operation for fracture (Broke right leg 10 months ago)

Medical examination details all normal – vaccination mark on right arm – ‘slight tags’ re ‘haemorrhoids’

“Considered fit for service in the NZEF and beyond New Zealand”

This above attestation is dated at Wanganui 21 Feb 1917

Document Five - Opinion of Medical Board held at NZ Convalescent Hospital Grey Towers Hornchurch

This board was held to “enable him to decide upon the man’s claim to pension” records injury as follows: Fell and twisted leg at Polygon Wood.” “30% disability”. “Unfit for War service six months unfit for home service three months.”

Dated 19 April 1918 and signed by 3 signatures ? Lieut Col NZMC President? Capt NZMC, S A Moore Capt NZMC

Medical prognosis (difficult to read): “Considerable thickening periarticular tissues especially around internal malleolus. With massage and gymnasium movements are improving but still some limitation of Dorsi flexion, which on being forced causes pain in joint. Oedema over lower part tibia. Cannot bear much weight on foot.” (K S Macky Capt NZMC)

Has had mcahaus(?) therapy and hydrology treatment massage and bath ???? raised and crooked. (Sorry can’t read it!)

Document Six - Medical Report on an Invalid Army Form B 179

Date of origin of disability 14.1.18

Place of origin of disability Polygon Wood

Give concisely the essential facts of the history of the disability, noting entries on the medical History Sheet bearing on the case - Slipped on duckboard sustaining injury to left leg.

Passed thro:

2 Canad CCS 15.1.18 Splinted at CCS

1 Cana Gen 16.1.18 X ray 2nd Canad CCS. Fract Fibula

2nd London Gen Admitted 22.1.18 – discharged 28.1.18 Leg put in plaster For NZ Hospital

No 2 NZGH Admitted 7.2.18- discharged 9.2.18 Plaster reapplied. Patient is able to get about with crutch. Trans to Hornchurch

Grey Towers Hornchurch Admitted 18.2.18 - 1.3.18 plaster removed

Document Seven - Casualty Form

Enlisted on 21 2 17

Reported temporarily missing in the field on 7.10.17

Sick - 14.1.18

Broke left ankle

Embarked Ionic 24 Aug from Plymouth

Document Eight - Proceedings of a medical board

Assembled at Wanganui ? R M S Ionic on 30 Sept 1918 (Major W Stanley Wallis, President, Cpt C W Cower and Capt J Renfrew White determined he was unfit and referred to Wanganui hospital orthopaedic.

Document Nine - Proceedings of a medical board

Assembled at Wanganui on 10 1 19 (Cpt Anderson NZMC and Cpt Crawford NZMC) determined he was unfit for an estimated 3 months.

National Archives Reference again

Agency AABK

Series 18805

ACC W5537

Box 34

Record 0034176

Hopefully this information further expands your knowledge of him. :)

Cheers

Zack

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Signed Harry Crouthier(?) No 13883

Stretcher bearer”

Surname CROWTHER

Given Name Harry

Category Nominal Roll Vol. 2

Regimental Number 13883

Rank Private

Next of Kin Title Mrs C M

Next of Kin Surname CROWTHER

Next of Kin Relationship Wife

Next of Kin Address 2 Oteramika Road Invercargill

Roll 34

Page 13

Occupation Carpenter

.........................

Signed 53166 R E Freeman

Stretcher bearer”

Surname FREEMAN

Given Name Ralph Ernest

Category Nominal Roll Vol. 3

Regimental Number 53166

Rank Private

Next of Kin Title Ernest

Next of Kin Surname FREEMAN

Next of Kin Relationship Father

Next of Kin Address Bainham Collingwood Nelson

Roll 67

Page 20

Occupation Chainman

............................

What is your date of birth? 30/12/18

surely the date of enlistment.

..............

Have you ever served in any Military of Naval Force? If so, to what corps? 21 years Mtd Rifles

surely his age.

Apparent age: 32 years

....................

Dated 19 April 1918 and signed by 3 signatures ? Lieut Col NZMC President? Capt NZMC, S A Moore Capt NZMC

Surname MOORE

Given Name Stuart Alexander

Category Nominal Roll Vol. 3

Regimental Number 3/3644

Rank Captain

Next of Kin Title Mrs Elizabeth

Next of Kin Surname MOORE

Next of Kin Relationship Wife

Next of Kin Address Otautau Southland

Roll 62

Page 27

Occupation Med Practitioner

..............................

Medical prognosis (difficult to read): “Considerable thickening periarticular tissues especially around internal malleolus. With massage and gymnasium movements are improving but still some limitation of Dorsi flexion, which on being forced causes pain in joint. Oedema over lower part tibia. Cannot bear much weight on foot.” (K S Macky Capt NZMC)

Surname MACKY

Given Name Keith Stuart

Category Stock index

Regimental Number 3/2949

Rank Captain

Unit or Regiment Medical Corps

Next of Kin Title Mrs K S

Next of Kin Surname MACKY

Next of Kin Address C/o Macky Logan & Co Chiswell St London

Comment Enlisted overseas

Occupation Medical practitioner

..............................

Assembled at Wanganui ? R M S Ionic on 30 Sept 1918 (Major W Stanley Wallis, President, Cpt C W Cower and Capt J Renfrew White determined he was unfit and referred to Wanganui hospital orthopaedic.

Surname WALLIS

Given Name Wilfred Stanley

Category Nominal Roll Vol. 1

Regimental Number 3/726

Rank Captain

Body or Draft No 2 NZ Sta Hospital

Unit or Regiment Medical Corps

Marital Status M

Last NZ Address Hospital Christchurch North

Next of Kin Title Mrs Elsie

Next of Kin Surname WALLIS

Next of Kin Relationship Wife

Next of Kin Address c/- Mrs Williams Sefton Canterbury

Surname WHITE

Given Name James Renfrew

Category Stock index

Regimental Number 3/3295

Rank Captain

Unit or Regiment Medical Corps

Last NZ Address 19 Beulah Hill Norwood London

Next of Kin Title Mrs J R

Next of Kin Surname WHITE

Next of Kin Relationship Wife

Next of Kin Address 19 Beulah Hill Norwood London

Comment Enlisted overseas

Occupation Medical practitioner

Last Employer RAMC

cannot identify Capt C W Cower

..................

Document Nine - Proceedings of a medical board

Assembled at Wanganui on 10 1 19 (Cpt Anderson NZMC and Cpt Crawford NZMC) determined he was unfit for an estimated 3 months.

Surname ANDERSON

Given Name A L

Category Based on Guthrie Index

Rank Captain

Unit or Regiment Royal Army Medical Corps

or

Surname ANDERSON

Given Name Alan Douglas

Category Nominal Rolls Vol 4

Regimental Number 3/3942

Rank Captain

Next of Kin Title Dr C Morton

Next of Kin Surname ANDERSON

Next of Kin Relationship Father

Next of Kin Address 142 Worcester Street Christchurch

Roll 78

Page 18

Occupation Medical Practitioner

...................

Surname CRAWFORD

Given Name Alexander Francis Ritchie

Category Second Reserves

Last NZ Address Don St Invercargill

Occupation Medical Practitioner

Classification C

or (more probably, Marton is not far from Wanganui)

Surname CRAWFORD

Given Name Stephen Estridge

Category Second Reserves

Last NZ Address Grey St Marton

Occupation Medical Practitioner

Classification B

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Apologies I rechecked my notes his birth year was 1884. The other details are as recorded on the file.

The other thought I had was that the local papers may have contained some reference to his death. When I get a chance I will take a look.

Zack

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Zacknz & Christine, thanks for your research. It is one of the most in depth researches I have ever received from the Forum, in fact I have only ever managed to research one of my 'chaps' in that much detail to date (and he is not yet complete). I am indebted to your efforts and kindness towards my original request.

I have still to collate all of this information into his 'army life story' but feel that, between the two of you, you have just about done the job. A big thank you.

I am at work at the moment so cannot express myself for too long. Thank you.

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Lt Col Christie (President) and Lt Col Andrew (Member) reported that Dixon, Harold Percy 49803 fractured his left fibula and is recorded as being referred as an outpatient to Wanganui Hospital.

probably

Surname CHRISTIE

Given Name Joseph McNaughton

Category Nominal Roll Vol. 2

Regimental Number 3/1805

Rank Major

Next of Kin Title Mrs V A M

Next of Kin Surname CHRISTIE

Next of Kin Relationship Wife

Next of Kin Address C/- E Bayley Powderham Street New Plymouth

Comment Ex Maheno Second Charter

Roll 29

Page 1

Occupation Medical Practitioner

can't identify Andrew

Signed A B Charters Lieut Col Commanding 1st Battalion Otago Regiment

Surname CHARTERS

Given Name Alexander Burnett

Category Nominal Roll Vol. 1

Regimental Number 10/1168

Rank Major

Body or Draft Second

Unit or Regiment Wellington Infantry Batln

Marital Status M

Last NZ Address 69 Tainui Terrace Lyall Bay Wellington

Next of Kin Title Mrs E C

Next of Kin Surname CHARTERS

Next of Kin Relationship Wife

Next of Kin Address Lyall Bay Wellington

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