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DEATHS

B ?ni W .?' E ~ On Sun(ia y- J"'! , 8. 1945 accidentally killed at a naval air school in Scotland a'nA y (Pilau Barrie Hawtrey Brown?, fcu.gSst M lAlNU.—Accidentally killed in Italy on Julv 9 Geoffrey, dearly beloved youngest son ol Vrl iac^ilervyn^anfSjorie" 11 loVed brOther o£ PEDERSEN.-Privatc John K. (Jack),' late 24th Auckland Battalion, very dearly loved hinhmirt of Jean. Te Kuiti. Killed wMle prisoner of ™T J °w Kpeler (Jact >' beloved Bill. Killed while prisoner of war FEDERSEX.—Private John K. Pedersen, loved son-in-law of R and J. Miller. Tawera Road, Green Lane. Killed while prisoner of war ift Trmy* BOBBIE—PiIot-Offlcer Colin William, missing on operations, 1944, now believed killed, youngest »»° T H rs S Le 2 *Jayo, Helensville, brother of Trooper I J. Robbie (overseas). Jean, Ogden (Helensville), Gwen House (Point Chevalier) and brother-in-law of L.A.C. House A G (overseas). He gave his all.

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DEATHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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DEATHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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