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Roy Maltby Girling-Butcher

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Identity

  • Title
  • Forenames
    Roy Maltby AWMM
  • Surname
    Girling-Butcher AWMM
  • Ingoa
  • Also known as
  • Service number
    WWI 30498 AWMM
  • Gender
    Male AWMM
  • Iwi
  • Hapū
  • Waka
  • Rohe
  • Religion

Civilian life

About birth

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  • Birth
    25 February 1887 AWMM
  • Date of birth
  • Place of birth
  • Birth notes
  • Address before enlistment
  • Post war occupation
  • Next of kin on embarkation
    Mrs Elizabeth Girling-Butcher (wife), 13 Beauchamp Street, Wadestown, Wellington, New Zealand AWMM
  • Relationship status
    Pre 26 April 1917 AWMM Married AWMM
    Married, 1 child AWMM

Service

Wars and conflicts

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Training and Enlistment

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Embarkations

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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
    Height, Unknown Period AWMM
    6.05 foot AWMM

Last known rank

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Biographical information

Biographical information

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  • Husband of Elizabeth nee McMahon, married 1915; father of William born 30 March 1916 AWMM

Death

About death

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  • Death
    1 October 1952 AWMM
    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

Memorials

Memorial

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  • From your grandson. I never met you but I am immensely proud of your service. The War took an enormous toll on you physically and psychologically but you survived, thankfully. You came home and ten years later my mother was born. I'm glad you survived the immense horror that was the Somme. I know that you watched your best friend being shot and that you never recovered from that. I don't know how you picked yourself up after that and kept going, but you did. I'm glad you found the strength. Love, Paul
    Public - Jennie Claire - Other Relative - 24 April 2015

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28 June 2015AllanRotoruaResearcher
26 April 2015LucyNZOther Relative
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