Leave a tribute or memory of
Francis Cornelius Allerby
Colyton farmer, married with 2 children, WW1, wounded, amputation above knee left leg at Southampton, London to convalesce close to Acton where his father was born, Palmerston North, Pascal St, Wellington, 88 Hobart St, Arbitration Court, Foxton dies of emphysema in PN Hospital.
Public - Ian - Direct descendant - 22 April 2017
Pop lost a leg from wounds at Pacchendaele. He was an amazing contributer to society.
Advocated for a LIMB services run by the Government to help to soldiers who like him were struggling with rudimentry limbs before- visited Russia, USA etc looking for the best of techniques.
Went to the UN just after it was established with two current serving or past Prime Minsters as a workers representative to advocate minimum wages and basic human workers rights across the world.
Was awarded an OBE for services to the Arbitration Court and Prosthetic services.
Pop died of emphasema in Palmerston North in 1969.
Public - ian - Other relative - 21 April 2016