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WWI 12/101 AWMM
3 October 1886 Peter Dennis, UNSW Canberra Onehunga
, Auckland Peter Dennis, UNSW Canberra
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Unknown AWMM Trafalgar Street, Onehunga, Auckland, New Zealand AWMM
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Mrs Margaret W. Fletcher (wife), Upper Queen Street, Onehunga, Auckland, New Zealand AWMM
Pre 16 October 1914 AWMM Married AWMM
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- Hospital Diseases , Wounds, WWI AWMM
Wounded at Gallipoli AWMM
- Height, WWI AWMM
5' 8" AWMM
- Weight, WWI AWMM
158 lb AWMM
Admitted to No 1 Australian Stationary Hospital, Lemnos, 18 April 1915; discharged and rejoined unit, 23 April 1915 (no further details recorded; no Form B103 on file).
Wounded in action, 8 May 1915 (no further details recorded).
Commenced return to New Zealand on board HMNZT 'Tahiti', 7 August 1915 ; discharged (medically unfit), 4 February 1916.
War service: 1 year 175 days (of which 321 days were overseas) AWMM
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Mark was my grandfather, a farmer and cattle breeder. He fathered five children, Henry, Gordon, Millie, Stanley and Samuel. Married to Margarent in 1909 who later died in childbirth of my father Sam. Remarried in 1926 to Grace. Grace died of cancer in 1940. He lived his last years in Trafalar St Onehunga . Mark died on 22nd February 1963.
At Gallipoli he was wounded in both legs. His bother Samuel was killed at the battle of Chunuk Bair. Another brother Chis was wounded at Gallipoli and another brother Luke survived without injury.
Public - Bob - Direct descendant - 1 May 2016
- New Zealand Army Expeditionary Force. (1914-1919). Nominal Rolls of New Zealand Expeditionary Force, Volume I. Wellington, N.Z.: Govt. Printer. AWMM
Page No: 234 AWMM
- NZEF Peter Dennis, UNSW Canberra AWMM
|01 May 2016||Bob||Auckland new zealand||Direct descendant||
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