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IN MEMORIAM

B^h7r; n prlv e^ U 7ohT m H O SinV OU k r il?e e d ar i^ n lt ?ry d His duty nobly done „%? H r e™cr mberCd by WS lOVinS moth «- ™* JOHANSON. —In memory of my darline brother £ Uf s4 t ; serßeant (JOC) - killed in In *»a- aSbu" Duty called and he was there ; To do his best and take his share' His heart was good, his spirit brave His resting place a hero's grave DoT!?a1?rD y ic k ° Ved t0 CVer be fOrgOtten ' gOBATiSOX, Joey, Plight-Sergeant (R N Z A P 1 — St/oTil SSSSf August d 2 ! ar i 9 b 4 rother: iu ' led ' ln Sadly missed. clarence ' Madge, Stephen, Maureen WEI-sH.— ln loving memory of my darling son Francis Vale (Buster), who died a prisoner o" war at Salonika, August 2, 1941. «"'■« 01 Your smiles and tears and baby years, I'll always remember. *<«"»■ Mother. BTELSII, Francis (Buster), Second Echelon—ln Loving and true In all his ways Upright and just to the end of his daysA good pal lost,—a comrade gone ' Deep in my heart his memory lives on Ces. WILSON.—In loving memory of my son Victor who wns killed ln action in Italy, near Florence August 2, 1944, youngest son of Rose and the ]Rte Jimmy Wilson. Ever remembered by his loving mother.

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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