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Alexander Charles Hadfield

From the Auckland Weekly News of 14 Sep 1900. Auckland City Libraries website; not identified there as other than 'Corp Hadfield'. I have researched this gent through Papers Past, and have no doubt that it is an image of Alexander Charles Hadfield. He was invalided home from South Africa suffering from Typhoid. He is my second cousin 3x removed.

Corporal Hadfield

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Identity

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    Alexander Charles AWMM
  • Surname
    Hadfield AWMM
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    373 AWMM
  • Gender
    Male AWMM
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    11 October 1864 Noel Smith Research Project
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    South Africa Farmer/Civilian Ministry for Culture and Heritage
    RangitikeiManawatu-Wanganui Ministry for Culture and Heritage
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    • Not in New Zealand Cemetery Records

      Father was named Octavius Hadfield. AWMM
    • He was the son of Bishop Octavius Hadfield of Wellington/Kapiti, and Catherine Williams, daughter of Henry Williams of the Church Missionary Society at Paihia. Later in life he was in the African Civil Service, before retiring to the UK. Died 11 Aug 1925 at Tiverton, Devon. Public - Jeremy Hastings - Other relative - 22 May 2018 - Papers Past and Ancestry.com data.
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22 May 2018Jeremy HastingsWellington , NZOther relative

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