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Frank Mahoney

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  • Title
  • Forenames
    Frank AWMM
  • Surname
    Mahoney AWMM
  • Ingoa
  • Also known as
  • Service number
    WWI 10/2228 AWMM
  • Gender
    Male AWMM
  • Iwi
  • Hapū
  • Waka
  • Rohe
  • Religion

Civilian life

About birth

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  • Birth
  • Date of birth
  • Place of birth
  • Birth notes
  • Address before enlistment
    • Unknown AWMM Raetihi, New Zealand AWMM
    • Unknown AWMM Unknown address AWMM
  • Post war occupation
  • Next of kin on embarkation
    • Mrs Ellen Kelly (sister), Robert Street, Ellerslie, Auckland, New Zealand AWMM
    • Mrs Ellen Kelly (sister), Robert Street, Ellerslie, Auckland, New Zealand AWMM
  • Relationship status


Wars and conflicts

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  • War
  • Campaign
  • Armed force / branch
    Army AWMM
  • Service number
    WWI 10/2228 AWMM
  • Military service
  • Promotions/ Postings/ Transfers

Military decorations

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Training and Enlistment

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Prisoner of war

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  • Capture details
  • Days interned
  • Liberation date
  • Liberation Repatriation
  • POW liberation details
  • POW serial number

Medical history

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  • Medical notes
    Killed in Action, Cause of Death AWMM

Biographical information

Biographical information

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  • Son of Patrick and Mary Ellen Mahoney of Auckland

    "With a great deal of truth it might be said of Private F. Mahoney , D.C.M., now attached to B Company, 14th, that he is one of the most modest fellows on board ship. Private Mahoney tells the story of his deed on Gallipoli with as much reservation were he making a confession. He left New Zealand with the Fifth Wellington Battalion and, on the 8th of August, landed at Walker's Pier, and took part in the Suvla Bay attack, and after some stirring times, finished up on the Apex on November 27th, when he was sent back to Egypt with enteric . In the middle of August the Wiltshires, in company with other English troops, were holding a position on Hill 971, when they were forcibly driven out by the Turks. Seven members of that regiment were cut off from the main body during the attack, and for 14 days were completely isolated, subsisting on biscuits which they took from dead Ghurkas, and on obtaining water from a fortunate well supply. On the 14th day two of the party succeeded in getting through to the New Zealand lines and reported the plight of their comrades. Captain Grainy, of the Wiltshires, called for a volunteer to accompany him in an attempt to bring out the remainder, and Private Mahoney was the man to whom the task fell. After two attempts across country swept by Turkish machine-gun fire they succeeded in reaching the isolated men and after some great work, brought them safely in. One of the Wilts. had five bullets in him, and another two, and all were in a bad way. For his heroic action Private Mahoney was subsequently gazetted in orders at Lemnos as having been awarded the D.C.M. On the 14th March he returned to New Zealand, and three days before the 14ths left the Dominion, linked up with that Body". Source = The Kit-bag(a magazine from the troopship Maunganui, published 29 July 1916) AWMM
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About death

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  • Death
    21 August 1917 AWMM
    YpresBelgium AWMM
  • Date of death
  • Age at death
  • Place of death
  • Cause of death
  • Death notes
  • Cemetery
  • Cemetery name
  • Grave reference
  • Obituary
  • Memorial name
  • Memorial reference



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  • Memorial name
    • Messines Ridge (New Zealand) Memorial, Messines Ridge British Cemetery, Belgium AWMM
    • Auckland War Memorial Museum, World War 1 Hall of Memories AWMM

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