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IN MEMORIAM

by the crowd y * 1942 ' Ever remembered ■KSWiiSss: suns %r vi »- "«* * SJg?. friend »«* »»< P* >^SpJS«T, I7 I i? lovIn ? memory of Norman N EUi °":, <"ed on active service Gorman N. You w»?°£Lo ati , es and life departs, xou win leave for ever in mv Temembered by Daphne okorne, Papa'^SSS'E* 1 'ovtag memory of our friend Eric Not just to-day, but every day. In silence we remember. Inserted by Ida, Nat and family. MWJOUHj—In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle Flying-Officer L. A A ° Killour killed SrtS °P era «£ns over France. July 23. 1944. Buned -near Chaumont. I ■ ".. ' Into that grey misty morn of July they rose 8&»IS? 8 V of si i ver * that ™*°* beyondf' ?o?gotteS e a ehe wiU " ever be A/ Ti?«? t E J >ro i her £> u ? a friend to all. Graham I Douglas. Margaret and wee KINGSFORD.— In loving memory of our brave J?™,.,, 3 br ° ther Trooper John J. (Wireless SSE'iSEL Who t W ? s killed in action in Italy. ? r »nH ei iK e ' w ly ~ 23 i, 1944 ' y°»neest son of L. C. and the late C. H. Kingsford. Called to higher service. iJZSSZ. remembered by his loving mother, brothers and sister. KINGSFORD, Trooper John Joseph.—in proud and loving memory of our dear John killed in action at Tavernelle, Italy, on July 23. 1944. His duty nobly done. Ever dearly remembered by Elaine and Claude. KINGSFORD, Trooper John Joseph.—ln memory of my dearly loved brother Jack, of 18th (N.Z.) Armoured Regiment, killed In action at. Tavernelle. Italy, one year ago to-day. I treasure his memorv in my heart. Deeply moured by his brother Barry, Matamata. KINGSFORD.—Trooper John Joseph, killed in action in Italy on July 23. 1944. We will remember him. Douglas and Mollie Storey. SCHROER.—P.F.c. George Joseph, D.S.M.C, killed in action on Guam on July 22, 1944, loved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Schroer. Hamilton, Ohio, U.S.A. Sadly missed and always remembered by Audrey Williams.

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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