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PRIVATE C. L. AB.DLEY. Mr rJporgo A role v. of Hereford Street. Linwood, lias been informed by the military authorities that his youngest r,on, Private Cecil Leonard Ardley, is reported missing as from
Juno 7. Private Ardley, who was twenty-three years of ago. was educated in Christchurdi, ;md prior to enlistment with tho Twelfth Reinforcements was in the <■ inpioyriK-ut. ot tho New Zealand Farmers' Co-operative Association. PRIVATE .1. BRIGGS. Mrs E. Briggs. of Shirley Road. Shirlev, has received advice that hor Private Joel Briggs, has been wounded.
Private Brings left with the Ffteenth Reinforcements. A brother is with the Twenty-fourth Mounted Rifles. RIFLEMAN F. .1. M'JENNETT. Rifleman F. J. M'Jennett, killed in action, was on Oamaru boy, but for about twelve years or more, up till the time of enlisting, he had resided in Christchurch. He was a salesman with Messrs Whitcombe and Tombs for some
time, and later went to Messjrn Simpson and Williams, where ho "was employed for about, ten years, up till the time of enlisting. He was a member of St. Paul's Church choir and took a very active interest in church work. He went away with the Sixteenth Reinforcements. PRIVATE ALBERT GORDON PECK. Private Albert Gordon Peck, aged twenty-two years, killed in action, was born and educated in Christ church. He was the second son of Sirs Isabella
Peck, of Campbell Street, Sumner, and left, with tho Eighth Reinforcements. Prior to leaving he whs farming with Mr Albert- Cacbnan at Manutahi, Taru-na-ki.
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FOR KING AND COUNTRY., Star, Issue 12052, 6 July 1917
FOR KING AND COUNTRY. Star, Issue 12052, 6 July 1917
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