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ALEXANDER.—On August 6 at PpnMamic ♦ Sherly (nee Svensen) and' Gordon a daughter. Both well. cordon, a bonny BEL'TH. —On August 6, at Nurse lnru-c m.i head, to Vera (nee Hart"" wife of Sergeant L. R. Beuth (R-N.Z.'A.FO.V/on? Sf?th BEVAN. —On August 5, at Glami<? tn j Mrs. T. H. Bevan, of Onehunea a Both well. Visitors after seven days daughter ' BOW—On August S. at Pentlands, Devonport to Mr. and Mrs. Alex. A. Bow, a son. BRADDELL. —On Monday. August 6, at Narrabri to Jean, wife of C. J. Braddell, a daughter CLARK.—On August 7, at Ormond, to Margaret wife of Staff-Sergeant A. Mack. Clark, a son DEATH.—On August 7, at St. Ann's to Mr *** Mrs. A. A. Death, a daughter. Both weli. JOIIANSEN.-—On August 2, at Nurse Miliar'* 184, Campbell Road,. to Joy (nee wifA of Sergeant C. Johansen, a daughter. Both well Kl a N si^° n ßoth U well' 4 ° Mr ' and Mrs ' Len Kln S.' LEGGETT.—On August 6, at St Ann's tn Margaret, wife of w. A. Leggett, a son. MELROSE.—At the Public Hospital. August 6 to Jf r * a "d Mrs. A. E. Melrose, . Riverview Road Otahuhu, a son (stillborn). «oaa, °YL N vr° n Uf ™ s y' at L y nd hurst. to Lieutenant and Mrs. R. c. Owen, a son. Both well. ROBERTSON—On August 6, at the Lake, Takapuna, to «Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Robertson 23 Muntai Road. Milford, a son. Both well.' T f9^ AS .T9-, A , UCIIS ' 6 ', at Edenholme. Mount rSfh' In t (nee Taylor) and Harry, a son. Both well. No visitors seven days. WHEATLEY.—On August 7, at Bethany, to Margaret, wife of Warrant-Officer H. J. Wheatley, a son. WILLERS.—On August 4, at Edenholme, to Frank and Nola (nee Pearce), a son. Both well No visitors for seven days.

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BIRTHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 185, 7 August 1945

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BIRTHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 185, 7 August 1945

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