Honour board at the old Gleniti School nestled between Wai-iti, Gleniti and Claremont Roads. There are now three panels, of fairly rough white stone.
The top one reads:
In honoured memory of William
Mathews who was drowned in crossing the
Caldon River while on active service in South Africa, Sept. 27th 1901,
aged 19 years.
Honour the Brave.
Erected by the Residents.
The lower one reads:
1914 - For King and Country - 1918
In memory of the men of this district who gave their lives in the great war.
Lieut. C. Robinson, Prvts. E.T. Lane, A. McBride, W. Watt, C. Wilson, J.
Smith, W. Seyb, H. Hay, W. Ferguson
Capt. A.E.T. Rhodes, Capt. A. Melville Jameson, Lieut. J. Courtney MM, Sergt.
M.J. Dunne, Corpl. H. Wilson, Prvts. F. Robinson, A. Giles, J. Shaw, L. Lyford,
D. Lane, T. Matheson, A. Taylor, W. Hadlow, A. Black, G. Simpson, C. [G.?] Ramsay,
R. McBride, J.H. Mellings, A. Wilson, B. Seyb, H. Seyb, S. Lidstone, W.
Fitzsimmons, J. McDougal, A. Smith, C. Hamlyn, J. Hamilton, P.A. Courtney, O. Ramsay
Roll of Honour
E. HoodT. O'Connell
E. O'Connell Miss
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