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Albert Edward Cresswell
Albert Edward Cresswell, 1882-1916, was the fifth of ten children belonging to William Daniel and Elizabeth Fanny (née St. John) Cresswell of Stoke. Albert’s father was a gardener and...Read more about "Albert Edward Cresswell"...
Harold Bernard Jellyman
Harold Bernard Jellyman, 1894 – 1917, was one of the eight Stoke men known to have died in World War I. He is commemorated on the Stoke Memorial...Read more about "Harold Bernard Jellyman"...
Leonard Francis Smith
Leonard Francis Smith (1882-1917) is one of the eight Stoke men known to have died in World War One. Leonard was the sixth of nine children of William...Read more about "Leonard Francis Smith"...
Our Anzac losses - the Jackson family
So many Picton and Sounds families lost loved ones during World War I; four grandsons of the original James (Jimmy) and Emma Jackson were killed. Jimmy Jackson was...Read more about "Our Anzac losses - the Jackson family"...
In 2014 Nelson Youth Council[sitetree_link,id=545] conducted a series of interviews for Heritage Week 2015. They spoke with people involved in areas of health and medicine and this is one...Read more about "Rob Riley"...
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