Pleasant Point War Memorial
Our Glorious Dead
Their Memory Liveth For Ever
T. John Brosnahan C.W. Sanders G. Davies R. Naughton G. Childs J.T. Steven C. Friel M. Saunders A. Stumbles H.J. Hinson R.F. Aiken J. Muir E. Childs T. Joseph Brosnahan T.B. Fitzgerald N. Maze J. Cosgrove W.A. Dunn
Location - 2007 April: The square obelisk monument with ivy leaves is situated in a park on the corner of Halstead Road and Harris Street, Pleasant Point. It was opposite the Fire Station but that building must have shifted as not there now.
Pleasant Point Cemetery: From SH 8 in the centre of Pleasant Point, take the unmarked road opposite Maitland Street up the hill to the cemetery.
CHRISTIE, Henry Fowler
Sapper, N.Z. Engineers Service No: 28701
Date of Death: 29/12/1941
S/o of Thomas and Annie Christie, of Allanton, Otago; husband of Celina Christie, of Pleasant Point
Grave Ref.: 80-82.
Sutherlands War Memorial
1914 -1918 Sutherlands Roll of Honour Killed HENRY MELLON Also Served J. BOOTHBY F. BROWN W.J. BLACKWOOD W. CHISHOLM R.J. ESLER J. ESLER W.B. HONEYWELL A. LEE F. McKELVIE J. NICHOL I. RYAN A. SAVAGE J.R. WALL W. WHITE 1939 -1945 Sutherlands Roll of Honour Killed T.M. BLAKEMORE D.B. GILES A.G. SUTHERLAND Also ServedR.M. CLELAND S.F. CLELAND A.L. CLELAND W.G. CLELAND G.E. DAVISON J.N. McLEAN J. MURPHY P.J. PRIEST T. A. PRIEST K.P. RYAN G.B. STRUTHERS S. SUTHERLAND NZANS
Location - This plinth monument is situated next to the Sutherlands District Hall on the Pleasant Point -Fairlie highway.
Waitohi District War Memorial
In Honour of Our
Who Fell in the Great War
1914 - 1918F.J. Annals W.J. Davey E.J. Gould H. Hullen A.S. McClintock W. Overend T. Perry C.H.P. Rawstorn S.J. Smart A.E. Talbot B.H. Talbot J. WadeThat Life is Long Which Answers Life's Great EndRoll of Honour 1939 - 1945V.J. Ackroyd J.W.G. Caswell R.A. Crombie
Lest We Forget
Location - This monument is situated at the intersection of Spur Hut Road and McCully Road. Photos taken beginning of May 2007 by M.T. "Waitohi War Memorial...another touching one out in the middle of nowhere with one lone poppy on it."
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