Waiho atu he poroporoaki, he maumaharatanga ki a
Kenneth Ferris Abbot
Thank you Kenneth for your life and your sacrifice.RIP your second cousin Glenis Green (nee Connelly)
Public - glenis - Other relative - 25 Paengawhāwhā 2017
I am the great niece of Kenneth Abbot who went to WW1 along with his brother Robert Abbot. Robert Abbot survived the war but went to live in South Africa so I never met either of them. I have early childhood memories of my father Athol Abbot taking me to see the Roll of Honour in the museum with my Uncles name at the top. As a child I had no understanding of the horror these men faced and what it must have done to their own lives even if they survived. It is a wonderful tribute to them that 100 years later we can all share in remembering their lives.
Public - Christine - Other Relative - 18 Paengawhāwhā 2015
K.F.Abbot 12/2545 was also wounded on the 8/8/1915 during the battle for Chunak Bair
Public - MAX - Researcher - 22 Huitanguru 2015