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WWI 70177 AWMM
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Mrs Laura McGuiness (mother), Coromandel, New Zealand AWMM
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Nine soldiers from the Canterbury Regiment,2nd Battalion, and three from the North Island are buried near Le Mesnil and Pont-a-Pierres Farms on October 24 1918. They died barely two weeks before Armistice day in 1918. AWMM
- Coromandel Roll of Honour 1914-1918 AWMM
- Auckland War Memorial Museum, World War 1 Hall of Memories AWMM
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Great Uncle Bernard McGuiness, I have his photo and Medal and a bronze plaque but that is the most information I have except his Mother was Nora McGuiness. He was one of the Many brave men who lost their lives in battle. I salute you Uncle Bernard and hope to visit your resting place soon.
Public - Bernice - Direct descendant - 3 January 2019
To My Brave Great Great Uncle who fought so bravely in the war I salute you and will not let your memory die.
Public - Bernice - Other relative - 13 April 2016
|13 April 2016||Bernice||Edens Landing Logan Australia||Other relative||
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