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William Charles Enoch McDonald, World War 1, 1914-1918. Next of kin Mrs Agnes McDonald (mother), Denniston. 2nd Reinforcements,Canterbury Infantry Battalion. Embarked 14 December 1914. Wounded. Shrapnel removed once home in
WW1,1914-1918. Served in New Zealand Expeditionary Force Infantry Reg., C Company. Embarked 16 February 1917 - dies Ypres,Belgium, 06 August 1917, aged 20. Killed in action.
Corporal. Sons of Mrs W Hayes, Murchison, New Zealand. New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 4th Battalion, C Company. Embarked 05 February 1916 from Wellington. Died in Belgium 09 December 1917, aged
Sapper in New Zealand Engineers, Divisional Signals Company. Served in Gallipoli and Western Front Campaigns. Killed in action: 12 October 1917 at Ypres, Belgium. Aged 20. Son of Alured and
Sister Ethel Barnes (Reg 22/101) trained in Nelson, qualifying in 1914. She was a staff member at Westport Hospital when selected to serve, leaving by Hospital Ship No 1, Maheno,