BATESON.—In proud and loving m „„., dear son and brother mn W. Bateson (Ben). 75th wS "f. (p l' ot ) B. Squadron, renortpH mi«f . mber 1944. now S JU " e 25 ' Wonderful memories are all that are left Of a son and brother, the very best ' Mum, day, Mavis and Daphne dead, June 25, 1944. ations, presumed Dear Ben—Age cannot weary theeWhere'cr you lie at rest, ' Wp fh»ii S and settln e °f the sun, Sylvia, Gordon and ~' eS ' presumed S." 0 " 5 ° Ver Eur °P e ' ™ °™y Inserted by his fiancee Kathleen Hyland. brother • *L.-Bd£ S A^hlb7ld° £ DouElas ear kmed al in action Italy, July 30 1944 - " ou s las - Kmed in Mother and I famUy'. hißher ServiCe " L c?a C "-I?c , J d e l Sl in s u^To ory i94 0 l Kdth ' kiUed Harry Ved by Bl1 ' rememb ered by all. JshF'l). fond and loving i emembra nr. nf action Julv 29 P iQ44 an v a grert lad ' in old pal Alan Eklund (o^erseLT by hiS
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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945
IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945
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