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FIGHTING IN THE DARDANELLES NEW ZEALAND CASUALTIES TEN OFFICERS KILLED. The following list of casualties in th» fighting in the Dardanelles has been received by the Defence Department:— , OFFICERS. Kilted 8 Died of wounds ... ... 2 Wounded . . 18. MEN. Wounded IS7 OFFICERS AUCKLAND INFANTRY BAT^ Killed in Action. Second-Lieutenant Frederic Hugh Dodson, 6th (Hauraki) Company. Nex<> of kin (father}, Mr. A. F. Dodson, Takapuna. ' Second-Lieutenant William Evelyn Francise. di Delle-Flower. 6th (Hauraki)' Company. Next of kin (wife), Mrs. Margaret Isabel Flower, Gray-street, Shortland, Thames. Died of Wounds. Lieutenant Herbert George Richardson, 3rd (Auckland) Company. Next of kin (father), Mr. George J. Richardson, A.M.P. Buildings, Auckland. Second-Lieutenant Harold Gordon Allen, 16th (Waikato) Company. Next of kin, Mr. George Allen, Warringtonroad, Remuora. WELLINGTON INFANTRY BAT. ' Killed in Action. Lieutenant Laurence William Albert Hugo, 17th (Ruahine) Company. Next of kin, Mrs. Hugo, 3, Ross* more-crescent, Wellington. Lieutenant Edmund Robinson Wilson. 17th (Ruahine) Company. Next of kin, Miss Jennie Susan Wilson. 15, Wallace-street, Ponsonby, Auckland. CANTERBURY INFANTRY BAT. Killed in Action. Lieutenant-Colonel Douglas Macßeaa Stewart, Ist (Canterbury) Regiment. Next of kin (mother), Mrs. A. MacBean Stewart, Bealey-avenue, Christchurch. Major David Grant, 2nd (South Canterbury) Cdmpany. Next of kin (wife), Mrs. Ann Watt Grant. Le Cren> street, Timaru. Lieutenant Harry Herbert Ffitch, Ist (Canterbury) Company. Next of/ kin, Mr. Henry Ffitch, Glandovey; toad, Fendalton. OTAGO INFANTRY BAT., Killed in Action. Second-Lieutenant James Georgo Cowan, 10th (North Otago) Company. Next, of kin (mother); Mra. Alice Mary Cowan, 69, Main-road, North-East Valley, Dunedin. AUCKLAND INFANTRY BAT. Wounded. Lieutenant-Colonel A. Plugge, Headquarters. Next of kin, Mrs. M. H. Plugge, Waitel-road, Epsom, Auck- | land. Major F. Stuckey, 6th (Hauraki) Cow« pany (seriously}. Next of kin, Mrs. F, A. Bamfora, Nelson. Captain A. E. M'Donald, 16th (Waikato) Company. Next of kin (wife), Mrs. Phcebe M'Donald, Wha street, Franklin. Captain E. G. Fraser, Machine Gun Section. Next of kin (wife), Mrs. R. T. Fraser, Ascota venue, Remuera, Auckland. Lieutenant G. H. Woolley, 3rd (Auckland) Company. Next of kin, Mr. v Albfirt Woolley, Rata-road. Devonport. Lieutenant H. H S. Westmacott, 15th (North Auckland) Company Next of kin (father), Mr. H. WestmaCott, Nile-street, Timaru. Lieutenant T. W Peake, 15th (North Auckland) Company. Next of kin, Mrs, Bertha Peake, Roto Rangi, Cambridge. Lieutenant R. W. Morpeth. 6th (Hau.. raid) Company Next of ftm, Mr. R. D. Morpeth. Wailri. Lieutenant H. S fiaddeley, I6tli (Waikato) Company Next of kin, Mr., F. Baddeley, Bank of New Zealand, Kimbolton. CANTERBURY INFANTRY BAT. Lieutenant J. C. Hill, 2nd (South Canterbury), Company. Next of kin the Hon. Frank Hill, 9, Victoriastreet, Westminster, London. Lieutenant 0. H. Mead, 2nd (South Can* terbury) Company. Next of kin (father), Mr., Edward Mead, B\eu« heim.

Lieutenant C. C. Barclay, 2nd (South Canterbury) Company. Next of kin (father), Lieutenant-Colonel H. C. Barclay, Waimate. OTAGO INFANTRY BAT. Lieutenant T. H. Nisbet, 10th (North Otago) Company. Next of kin (mother), Mrs. Sarah Nisbet, 59, Lees-street, Dunedin. WELLINGTON INFANTRY BAT. Major H. E. Hart, Headquarters. Next ■ of kin (wife), Mrs. M. A. E. Hart, ' Carterton. Lieutenant D. Bryan, 7th (WellingtonWest Coast) Company. Next of kin (father), Mr. G. F. Bryan, Westport. Lieutenant J. H. Jardine, 9th (Hawkes Ba-y) Company. Next of kin, Mr. J. F. Jardine, Napier. Lieutenant F. K. Turnbnll, 7th (Wei-lington-West Coast) Company. Next of kin (mother), Mrs. Alice E. Turnbull, 39, Campbell-street, Wanganoi. Lieutenant W. E. S. Furby, 17th (Ruahine) Company. Next of kin, Mr. G. F. Farby, Inspector of Post Offices, St. Albana, Christchurch. : MEN WOUNDED '.' AUCKLAND INFANTRY BAT. Corporal*. No. 12/515 G. E. C. Ball, foot. No. 12/305 T. R. Brooks, hand. No. 12/516 Quartermaster-Sergeant J. G. Bethel, arms. No. 12/742 Corporal C. Grant, eide. No. 12/366 Corporal F. T. Hall, leg. Privates. No. 12/695 A. Benge, neck and shoulder. No. 12/316 W. Berridge, throat. tfo. 12/498 H. A. W. Billings, head. No. 12/701 W. D. Bradford, hand. No. 12/998 P. S. Bridson, arm. No. 12/318 J. L. Brownlie, scarp. No. 12/55 D. Casey, groin. No. 12/860 Bugler & Chegwidden, foot. No. 12/328 J. Cooper, arm. No. 12/1063 E. W. Cowdrey, shoulder and back. No. 12/1183 D. S. Craig, neck and arm. No. 12/708 W. J. Crum, head. No. 12/607 A. V. Cumnrings, foot and " back. No. 12/81 Daniel Davies, hand. i No. 12/1191 J. Dixon, knee. •No. 12/336 Corporal F. R. Dynes, leg. No. 12/347 Private E. G. Edmond, thigh, i ETo. 12/1633 W. J. Gerd, back. No. 12/1417 G. GledhiU, foot. No. 12/741 W. M. Grantham, aim. '■ No. 12/747 W. Guy, foot and head. , No. 12/319 G. H. Hart, ankle. | No. 12/756 H. Henderson, arm. ,• ] No! 12/566 J. L. Hull, shoulder. No. 12/754 T. Holloway, amputated right ** arm and wounded left shoulder. No. 12/753 A. G. Harvey, bugler, ?,< shouldef. i No. 12/766 Lance-Corporal A. R. H»ybittle, leg_ and arm. No. 12/567 Private W. Jenkins, arms, j No. 12/778 J. E. Kelly, shoulder. No. 12/25 W. Kittelty, arm and fingers No. 12/581 N. E. Lencel, hand J No. 12/1456 J. B. Lynds, shoulder and No. 12/18 K. G. Mason, leg ' No. 12/797 D. M'Kinnon, legNo. 12/603 J. D. M'Lennan, eye No. 12/970 D. M'Pherson, shoulder and thigh No. 12/795 A. C. Morton, leg No. 12/1116 E. Nears, thigh No. 12/440 W. Pearce, right wrist. No. 12/1781 H. Robb, thigh. No. 12/443 W. H. Rowson, hand. No. 12/865 T. A. Saunders, right forearm. No. 12/268 A. L. Bhand, foot. No. 12/1508 W. Spark©, hip. No. 12/1511 G. F. Stephenson, head and leg. No. 12/163 F. Watson, collar-bone. No. 12/1832 J. Williams, arm and chest, j No. 12/869 Sergeant H. H. Smith, thigh, j DIVISIONAL SIGNAL COMPANY. No. 4/527 Sergeant G. Rush, shoulder. WELLINGTON INFANTRY BAT. Privates. No. 10/689 R. R. Dayber, hand. No. 10/870 A. Dodunski. shoulder. •No. 10/1233 Corporal S. B. Ellerm, foot. No. 10/651 Corporal V. J. B. Hall, thigh. No. 10/769 D. W. Kerr, arm. ' ,' ! No. 10/703 G. G. Lowe, scalp. No, 10/430 A. R. Miller, leg. J No. 10/1173 H. Mofiatt, thigh. No. 10/1311 W, V. Patterson, shoulder. • No. 10/693 E. C. Stanley, leg. No. 10/57 C. W. Thompson, ankle. CANTERBURY INFANTRY BATTALION. Corporals and' Privates. TJo. 6/3 R. E. Adcock, neck and shoulder. No. 6/415 R. Blackwell, foot. No. 6/145 W. E. Bromley Smith, thigh. No. 6/421 J. F. Bryce, leg. No. 6/1254 T. Campbell, hip. ! No. 6/787 C. H. Graham, forearm. No. 6/811 W. D. Hanlin, leg. No. 6/960 J. Head, spine. No. 6/1327 G. Johnson, right forearm. •No. 6/293 A. E. March, leg. No. , 6/516 J. T. M'Haffie, shoulder. iNo. 6/776 F. G. Morrow, arm. JNo. 6/926 J. W. Pearce, arm. INo. 6/533 C. F. Reid, thigh. 'No. 6/1042 S. T. Reid, head. No. 6/155 0. F. Sutton, chest. •No. 6/563 J. H. J. Timmons, side. No. 6/1430 J. Wilkes, jaw and finger. OTAGO INFANTRY BATTALION. . (Corporals and Privates.) No. 8/988 J. Allen, knee. No. 8/642 A. Bell, foot. 'No. 8/1075 Lance-corporal J. Blick, shoulder. No. 8/322 B. Brooks, groin. No. 8/805 J. Cameron, elbow. ( No. 8/365 J. Doyle, arm. 'No. 8/997 A. Innes, nose. Lance-corporals. »No. 8/588 H. W. Justin, shoulder and abdomen. No. 8/530 L. Kitt, arm. Privates. No. 8/68 R. Lymburn, shoulder. Nd. 8/256 J. F. M'Millin, no details. No. 8/687 G. H. Perry, leg. No. 8/264 H. W. Potts, wrist. Ho. 8/464 W. Rama-ge, hip./ ■, No. 8/473 A. E. Rea, ankle. No. 8/811, Sergeant A. J. Ross, shoulder. •Nd. 8/1136 Lance-Corporal H. Smith, head. No. 8/534 H. S. Smith, shoulder. No. 8/512 J. Whipp, wrist. No. 8/1386 S. A. Stephens, -shoulder.

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ROLL OF HONOUR, Evening Post, Volume LXXXIX, Issue 104, 4 May 1915

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