PENINSULA ROLL OF HONOUR.
PRIVATE HERMAN HUNT,'
Private Hei'iuanJlHuni;, of the Wellington Battalion, 13 etiii an inmate of "an English Hospital, and little Liopes are entertained regarding a good recovery, Hβ was hurt internally on July 25th by the collapse of a bomb proof shelter,' and ia unable to move about. He and his lafce brother Klein belonged to the Wellington Infantry of tbe Main Body, and both tcok part in tho Canal fighb and landed at Gallipoli ou tbe memorable f- uaday, 2uth Apiil. Both were wounded within a few daye of one another during some of the fh'aS. attack?, and recovered and returned early ia July, Herman was sent to iingiaad after bis injury and Kleisj- Ifrag killed on August 7th. They are sons of MiEdward Hunt, of Mangftrama, Pnbiatua, and grandsons cf tho lftte Fred crick Rasaaussoa, of L 3 Bou's Bay. The late Mr Kaamussen took part in the Danish war against Germany. The two Huni boys lived in Okain's Bay for a number of years, and are brothers of Mra Ailan Mason of that bay.
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PENINSULA ROLL OF HONOUR., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3513, 14 January 1916
PENINSULA ROLL OF HONOUR. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3513, 14 January 1916
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