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Leslie George Ching
Leslie George Ching, 1885-1919, is one of the eight Stoke men known to have died in World War One. He is commemorated on the Stoke Memorial Gates[http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/photo/stoke-memorial-gates]. Ching Leslie...Read more about "Leslie George Ching"...
1918 Influenza pandemic in Nelson
The 1918 influenza pandemic has been called "the world's biggest disaster of the twentieth century"1, and its lessons continue to be significant. The outbreak killed more people than World...Read more about "1918 Influenza pandemic in Nelson"...
Alfred and Amy Allport
*Alfred Valentine Allport and Amy nee Hill, later Biddle: Seaview Cemetery Block 8, Plot 148 & 149* Alfred Valentine Allport was born in 1869 to Alfred and Ellen.1 Alfred allport The...Read more about "Alfred and Amy Allport"...
Anzac Old boys - World War II
Grenville McFarland with the College Rugby team Click image to enlarge Three of the young men from Nelson College who lost their lives in World War II, as recorded...Read more about "Anzac Old boys - World War II"...
Albert McCormack Nalder was born on the 12th April 1891 at Motupipi, Golden Bay. His parents were Thomas William Nalder and Mary McCormick. At age five Albert lived with...Read more about "Albert Nalder"...
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