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Bigham, H.
Sergt. H. Bigham (wounded, and awarded the Military Medal) is the son of Mr R. Bigham, of Prebbleton. He was educated at Templeton and Prebbleton Schools, and the Christchurch Technical College. At the time of enlisting with the 11th Reinforcements he
Blue Force Officers.
Source: Canterbury Times, 10 April 1907 Officers of the Blue Force. Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon. G. J. Smith, who commanded the Blue Force, is the fifth from the left in the sitting
Blunden, L. W.
Name: BLUNDEN, LEONARD WALTER Initials: L W Nationality: New Zealand Rank: Private Regiment/Service: Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Unit Text: 3rd Bn. Date of Death: 04/10/1917 Service No: 28576 Additional information: Son
Boer War Memorial in Kowai Pass Cemetery, Springfield.
In memory of the district men who lost their lives in S. (South) Africa 1901. Lieut. F. J. Ryan, killed in action at Waakerstroom: Trooper J. H. Atkinson, killed in