Waimataitai School War Memorial
Timaru, New Zealand

Photo taken April 2007 by Margaret Todd.

1914     FOR KING AND COUNTRY  1914
In
MEMORY OF THE EX-PUPILS
OF WAIMATAITAI SCHOOL
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR

BOWIE R.R.          GUINNESS A.G.       RUTHERFORD S.W.
BLACKMORE H.J.	    GUINNESS F.B.H.     SIMMERS W.W.
COLE R.             HAWKES V.           STRACHEY 0.
COOKE F.W.          HAY H.W.            STRACHEY C.
CRAY D.             JOHNSTON  A. MC     TONKIN J.L,
DALGLEISH  J.  	    KEEN W.             TURNER W.M.
DUNSFORD N.         LEWIS H.J.          VINCENT S.V.C.
FAIRBROTHER R.E.    MABIN K. MC         WADDELL J. 
FERGUSSON R,A.      MACDONALD G.        WAGSTAFF A. 
FERRIER G.C.C.      MORGAN A.           WAGSTAFF R.T.
F0NSECA J.          MORGAN W.S.         WATSON L.J.
FRASER D.           MUNRO C.V.          WATSON E.W.
FRASER G.           NESBITT R.J.        WHEELER C.D. 
GLOVER J.C.         O'CALLAGHAN  L. S.  WILLIAMS L.J.
COURLEY V.          PENROSE L.F.E.      TENNANT C. 
WEIR F.                                 WOTTON W.B. 

Location - This memorial takes the form of a large plaque located in a flower garden outside the staff room of the Waimataitai School, Trafalgar Street, Timaru.

Name: TURNER, WILFRED MAURICE
Initials: W M
Nationality: New Zealand
Rank: Gunner
Regiment: New Zealand Field Artillery
Unit Text: 6th Howitzer Bty.
Age: 22
Date of Death: 27/09/1918
Service No: 25044
Additional information: Son of William and Allison Turner, of Smithfield, Timaru.
Grave/Memorial Reference: VII. F. 40.
Cemetery: Queant Rd Cemetery, Buissy.


Timaru South School War Memorial

1914 FOR KING AND COUNTRY 1918

In Memory of the Ex-pupils of this school
Who Gave up Their Lives in the Great War

R. ALLEN          S.W. ANNAND         H.G. BUDD       F.W. COKER 
W. COCHRANE       0. DAVEY            E. DAVID        A.R. DOBIER
N.G. DUNSFORD     R. ELLIS            W. GLIDDON      W.J. GRIFFITHS
L. HAWKEY         F.A. IVEY           C. LEECE        W.D. MILLAR
W. POTTS          C.H.P. RAWSTORN     A.F. THOMAS     W.A. WALL
P.C. ANSLEY       H. WALLACE          G. WILKES       W. CASWELL
E. WRIGHT         B. HILL 

Location - A plaque set into a brick surround at the entranceway to the Timaru South School, Queen Street, Timaru.

Aug. 201o by M.T.

In Memory of the Ex-Pupils of this school who were killed during the Second World War 1939-1945.

Andrew W.
Bergin J.S.
Cairns V.K.
Campbell F.E.P.
Climo F.W.P.
Davidson D.A.M.
Davies L.C.
Dellow N.
Dingwall A.G.
Freeman R.B.
Green W.R.
Henderson J.W.
Cairns L.T.
Howard L.E.
Hunter H.E.
Hutt G.A.
Jacobs T.G.
Johnson J.R.
Joyce N.E.
King J.A.
Lister A.H.
McCone T.G.
MaNaughton A.J.S.
Morris A.F.
Morris A.W.
O'Rourke R.F.
Probert C.W.
Rendall H.S.
Robertson J.
Sanders F.G.
Scott G.V.D.
Sloan F.B.
Tait L.A.
Verdon L.A.
Verdon W.L.
Ward H.
Worthington A.K.
                                               Aorangi

Photo taken by Margaret Todd, April 2007.


Chalmers Church Honour Roll

PEACE

1914-1918

To the glory of god, and in affectionate remembrance of those men connected
with this Church, who made the Supreme Sacrifice in the Great War.

Annand, Stanley C.W.
Anderson, James
Austin, Albert H.
Bowie, Robert R
Blair, William W.
Couper, James R
Dalgleish, John A.
Dickson, Donald M.
Dickson, Millin S.
Dick, A. Sinclair
Divan, George
Gow, Charles
Gow, John M.
Grant, David
Herdman, Robert B.
Home, Leonard A.
Hutchison, John A.
Joyce, Neville S.
Leah, Henry L.
McBeath, John
McBride, Andrew
McConach, Alexander
Munro, Charles V
Morrison, James G.
Marshall, Hugh T
Millar, William D.
Panton, Peter, J
Stevenson, Charles
Shaw, Walter
Tennant, Charles
Thompson, John
Thyne, George
Rawstorn, William H. P.
McLean, Archibald A.

Chalmers Church Honour Roll
Their name Liveth For Ever. 

Photo taken August 2010 by M.T. Very difficult to get a descent photo.

IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE
OF THE MEN FROM THIS CHURCH
WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE
IN THE WORLD WAR 1939-45

ALLCHURCH E.A 	HORNE T. R
BAILLE G 	KEMP J. R
BAILLE W.R 	MCNAB D. G
BIRD A. Wm. P 	READ E. A
CAMERON C. C 	SHEPHERD I. J. 

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