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Chaplain Class IV (Captain) Charles James Hamilton Dobson (1886 - 1930) Chaplain Class IV (Captain) Charles James Hamilton Dobson (1886 - 1930)
Head and shoulders studio portrait of Chaplain Class IV (Captain) Charles James Hamilton Dobson (Serial No. 9/633) in military uniform. Dobson was born on 25 November 1886 in Westport, New Zealand. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as John Howard Dobson, Alexandra South, Otago, New Zealand. Dobson enlisted for service during World War One from the Diocesan Office, Nelson, New Zealand. He embarked from Port Chalmers, New Zealand for Wellington, New Zealand. From Wellington Dobson joined the Main Body and embarked with the New Zealand Chaplains' Department, Otago Mounted Rifles on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. Dobson served for five years and one hundred and fifty-five days in Egypt, Gallipoli and Western Europe. Dobson survived the war and was discharged on 3 February 1920. Dobson died on 6 May 1930 in Lisbon, Portugal.
84134
Kotua Kotua
Studio portrait of a two men in military uniform, a woman and a baby. The man standing in military uniform is believed to be Joe Kotua. The man seated in military uniform is believed to be Pehiatea Akuhata (Percy August) Kotua who is thought to have been a fisherman in Nelson before World War One. These two men were brothers. The lady holding a baby is thought to be Sophia Ngahopi Kotua (nee Warena), the wife of Pehiatea Akuhata Kotua. The baby is thought to be "Joey" Ngamamae (Josephine) Kotua.
90020
Kotua Kotua
Studio portrait of a two men in military uniform, a woman and a baby. The man standing in military uniform is believed to be Joe Kotua. The man seated in military uniform is believed to be Pehiatea Akuhata (Percy August) Kotua who is thought to have been a fisherman in Nelson before World War One. These two men were brothers. The lady holding a baby is thought to be Sophia Ngahopi Kotua (nee Warena), the wife of Pehiatea Akuhata Kotua. The baby is thought to be "Joey" Ngamamae (Josephine) Kotua.
90021
George Augustus O'Shea George Augustus O'Shea
Framed photograph of George Augustus Shea who died in Egypt, of meningitis in No. 4 Auxillary Hospital in Cairo, on 11 January 1916. Black and white portrait with an oval mount, in a wooden brown frame with gold inner edge. George was enrolled in the NZEF under the name O'Shea but the reverse of the print also uses the name George Shea.
NPM2012.80.1
Cairo Zoo Cairo Zoo
View of a soldier facing the camera. There are three women in the foreground watching the animals and more soldiers in the background.
NPM2011.91.5
328102
Citizens of Nelson and District wish you a very Happy Christmas and prosperous New Year hope to have you back amongst us for Christmas, 1915. Citizens of Nelson and District wish you a very Happy Christmas and prosperous New Year hope to have you back amongst us for Christmas, 1915.
Postcard with a oval photographic image of Traflagar Street, Nelson with the Cathedral and steps at the background, and pedestrians and a man driving a horse and buggy in the foreground.
NPM2001.42.45
309020
Bishop MacInnes and Major Brereton at Suez Canal Bishop MacInnes and Major Brereton at Suez Canal
Black and white photographic copy of a photograph of Major Cyprian Brereton and Bishop MacInnes, on the site of the battle of the Suez Canal, fought between 3 and 4 February 1915. The cross marks the grave of a German soldier. World War l. The copy was produced by Peter Cooper Studio.
NPM2014.72.6
Sergeant Edward John Baigent (1893-1973) Sergeant Edward John Baigent (1893-1973)
Head and shoulders studio portrait of Edward John Baigent (serial number 6/752) in military uniform. Baigent was born on 31 July 1893 to Charlotte White Baigent and Joseph Baigent, Wakefield, Nelson, New Zealand. Baigent, a farmer from Wakefield, Nelson, joined the Canterbury Infantry Battalion as a Private during World War One. He embarked from Lyttelton, Canterbury on 16 October 1914, and served in Egypt, Gallipoli, France and Belgian. Baigent survived the war and was discharged on 12 December 1918. He died on 6 September 1973 in Opotiki, survived by Mrs M. Baigent, Hospitl Hill, Opotiki, New Zealand.
84765
Chaplain Class IV (Captain) Charles James Hamilton Dobson (1886 - 1930) Chaplain Class IV (Captain) Charles James Hamilton Dobson (1886 - 1930)
Head and shoulders studio portrait of Chaplain Class IV (Captain) Charles James Hamilton Dobson (Serial No. 9/633) in military uniform. Dobson was born on 25 November 1886 in Westport, New Zealand. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as John Howard Dobson, Alexandra South, Otago, New Zealand. Dobson enlisted for service during World War One from the Diocesan Office, Nelson, New Zealand. He embarked from Port Chalmers, New Zealand for Wellington, New Zealand. From Wellington Dobson joined the Main Body and embarked with the New Zealand Chaplains' Department, Otago Mounted Rifles on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. Dobson served for five years and one hundred and fifty-five days in Egypt, Gallipoli and Western Europe. Dobson survived the war and was discharged on 3 February 1920. Dobson died on 6 May 1930 in Lisbon, Portugal.
84132
Chaplain Class IV (Captain) Charles James Hamilton Dobson (1886 - 1930) Chaplain Class IV (Captain) Charles James Hamilton Dobson (1886 - 1930)
Head and shoulders studio portrait of Chaplain Class IV (Captain) Charles James Hamilton Dobson (Serial No. 9/633) in military uniform. Dobson was born on 25 November 1886 in Westport, New Zealand. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as John Howard Dobson, Alexandra South, Otago, New Zealand. Dobson enlisted for service during World War One from the Diocesan Office, Nelson, New Zealand. He embarked from Port Chalmers, New Zealand for Wellington, New Zealand. From Wellington Dobson joined the Main Body and embarked with the New Zealand Chaplains' Department, Otago Mounted Rifles on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. Dobson served for five years and one hundred and fifty-five days in Egypt, Gallipoli and Western Europe. Dobson survived the war and was discharged on 3 February 1920. Dobson died on 6 May 1930 in Lisbon, Portugal.
84133
Private Valentine Julius Blake Huffam (1888 - 1919) Private Valentine Julius Blake Huffam (1888 - 1919)
Copy of a photograph of Private Valentine Julius Blake Huffam (serial no. 3/690) in military uniform, Red Cross. Huffam was born on 14 February 1888 in Nelson, New Zealand, the son of T. Blake Huffam and Jane Huffam, of Richmond, Nelson, New Zealand. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as F.B. Huffam (father), Richmond, Nelson, New Zealand. Huffam worked as a factory hand for Kirkpatricks before enlisting for service during World War One. He embarked with the No. 2 Stationary Hospital with the Medical Corps on 13 June 1915 from Wellington, New Zealand for Suez, Egypt. He served in Egypt and Western Europe and was awarded the 1914-1915 Star. The last unit he served with was the New Zealand Medical Corps, Field Ambulance. Huffam died of influenza in Germany on 22 January 1919. He was thirty-one years old. Huffam was buried in the Cologne Southern Cemetery, Koln, Nordrhein-Westfal, Germany, grave reference I. C. 23.
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Chaplain Class IV (Captain) Charles James Hamilton Dobson (1886 - 1930) Chaplain Class IV (Captain) Charles James Hamilton Dobson (1886 - 1930)
Head and shoulders studio portrait of Chaplain Class IV (Captain) Charles James Hamilton Dobson (Serial No. 9/633) in military uniform. Dobson was born on 25 November 1886 in Westport, New Zealand. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as John Howard Dobson, Alexandra South, Otago, New Zealand. Dobson enlisted for service during World War One from the Diocesan Office, Nelson, New Zealand. He embarked from Port Chalmers, New Zealand for Wellington, New Zealand. From Wellington Dobson joined the Main Body and embarked with the New Zealand Chaplains' Department, Otago Mounted Rifles on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. Dobson served for five years and one hundred and fifty-five days in Egypt, Gallipoli and Western Europe. Dobson survived the war and was discharged on 3 February 1920. Dobson died on 6 May 1930 in Lisbon, Portugal.
84131
Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens (1892 - 1973) and Private John Edward Cozens (1880 - 1950) Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens (1892 - 1973) and Private John Edward Cozens (1880 - 1950)
Full length studio portrait of Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens (Serial No. 6/759) and Private John Edward Cozens (serial no. 6/760) in military uniform. These men are believed to have been brothers. The man standing is Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens in military uniform. Cozens was born on 15 April 1892 in Dovedale. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs W. Parkinson (mother), Awa, Nelson, New Zealand. Before enlisting for service during World War One Cozens worked for himself as a farmer. Cozens enlisted from Murchison, New Zealand and joined the Canterbury Infantry Battalion. He embarked on 24 September 1914 from Lyttelton, Canterbury, New Zealand for Wellington, New Zealand. From Wellington Cozens joined the Main Body and embarked on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. He served for four years and two hundred and ninety-one days in Egypt, the Balkans and Western Europe. Cozens survived the war and was discharged on 4 June 1919. He died on 3 March 1973 in Nelson, New Zealand.

The man seated in a wooden chair is Private John Edward Cozens. Cozens was born on 10 August 1880 in Dovedale. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs W. Parkinson (mother), Awa, Nelson, New Zealand. Before enlisting for service during World War One Cozens worked as a farmer in Murchison. He enlisted for service during World War One from Murchison, New Zealand and joined the Canterbury Infantry Battalion. Cozens embarked on 24 September 1914 from Lyttelton, Canterbury, New Zealand for Wellington, New Zealand. From Wellington Cozens joined the Main Body and embarked on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. He served for four years and one hundred and seventeen days in Egypt, the Balkans and Western Europe. He was discharged on 11 December 1918 and later died in Wakefield on 26 February 1950.
84004
Cozens Cozens
Full length studio portrait of four men, two in military uniform. The two men in military uniform are believed to be the brothers Allan Roy Cozens and John Edward Cozens who are believed to be brothers. The other two men are unidentified.

The man standing is Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens in military uniform. Cozens was born on 15 April 1892 in Dovedale. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs W. Parkinson (mother), Awa, Nelson, New Zealand. Before enlisting for service during World War One Cozens worked for himself as a farmer. Cozens enlisted from Murchison, New Zealand and joined the Canterbury Infantry Battalion. He embarked on 24 September 1914 from Lyttelton, Canterbury, New Zealand for Wellington, New Zealand. From Wellington Cozens joined the Main Body and embarked on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. He served for four years and two hundred and ninety-one days in Egypt, the Balkans and Western Europe. Cozens survived the war and was discharged on 4 June 1919. He died on 3 March 1973 in Nelson, New Zealand.

The man seated in a wooden chair is Private John Edward Cozens. Cozens was born on 10 August 1880 in Dovedale. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs W. Parkinson (mother), Awa, Nelson, New Zealand. Before enlisting for service during World War One Cozens worked as a farmer in Murchison. He enlisted for service during World War One from Murchison, New Zealand and joined the Canterbury Infantry Battalion. Cozens embarked on 24 September 1914 from Lyttelton, Canterbury, New Zealand for Wellington, New Zealand. From Wellington Cozens joined the Main Body and embarked on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. He served for four years and one hundred and seventeen days in Egypt, the Balkans and Western Europe. He was discharged on 11 December 1918 and later died in Wakefield on 26 February 1950.
84005
Cozens Cozens
Full length studio portrait of four men, two in military uniform. The two men in military uniform are believed to be the brothers Allan Roy Cozens and John Edward Cozens who are believed to be brothers. The other two men are unidentified.

The man standing is Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens in military uniform. Cozens was born on 15 April 1892 in Dovedale. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs W. Parkinson (mother), Awa, Nelson, New Zealand. Before enlisting for service during World War One Cozens worked for himself as a farmer. Cozens enlisted from Murchison, New Zealand and joined the Canterbury Infantry Battalion. He embarked on 24 September 1914 from Lyttelton, Canterbury, New Zealand for Wellington, New Zealand. From Wellington Cozens joined the Main Body and embarked on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. He served for four years and two hundred and ninety-one days in Egypt, the Balkans and Western Europe. Cozens survived the war and was discharged on 4 June 1919. He died on 3 March 1973 in Nelson, New Zealand.

The man seated in a wooden chair is Private John Edward Cozens. Cozens was born on 10 August 1880 in Dovedale. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs W. Parkinson (mother), Awa, Nelson, New Zealand. Before enlisting for service during World War One Cozens worked as a farmer in Murchison. He enlisted for service during World War One from Murchison, New Zealand and joined the Canterbury Infantry Battalion. Cozens embarked on 24 September 1914 from Lyttelton, Canterbury, New Zealand for Wellington, New Zealand. From Wellington Cozens joined the Main Body and embarked on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. He served for four years and one hundred and seventeen days in Egypt, the Balkans and Western Europe. He was discharged on 11 December 1918 and later died in Wakefield on 26 February 1950.
84006
Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens (1892 - 1973) Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens (1892 - 1973)
Head and shoulders studio portrait of Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens (Serial No. 6/759) in military uniform. Cozens was born on 15 April 1892 in Dovedale. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs W. Parkinson (mother), Awa, Nelson, New Zealand. Before enlisting for service during World War One Cozens worked for himself as a farmer. Cozens enlisted from Murchison, New Zealand and joined the Canterbury Infantry Battalion. He embarked on 24 September 1914 from Lyttelton, Canterbury, New Zealand for Wellington, New Zealand. From Wellington Cozens joined the Main Body and embarked on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. He served for four years and two hundred and ninety-one days in Egypt, the Balkans and Western Europe. Cozens survived the war and was discharged on 4 June 1919. He died on 3 March 1973 in Nelson, New Zealand.
84007
Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens (1892 - 1973) Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens (1892 - 1973)
Head and shoulders studio portrait of Lance Sergeant Allan Roy Cozens (Serial No. 6/759) in military uniform. Cozens was born on 15 April 1892 in Dovedale. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs W. Parkinson (mother), Awa, Nelson, New Zealand. Before enlisting for service during World War One Cozens worked for himself as a farmer. Cozens enlisted from Murchison, New Zealand and joined the Canterbury Infantry Battalion. He embarked on 24 September 1914 from Lyttelton, Canterbury, New Zealand for Wellington, New Zealand. From Wellington Cozens joined the Main Body and embarked on 16 October 1914 for Egypt. He served for four years and two hundred and ninety-one days in Egypt, the Balkans and Western Europe. Cozens survived the war and was discharged on 4 June 1919. He died on 3 March 1973 in Nelson, New Zealand.
84008
Mr Clark Mr Clark
Head and shoulders studio portrait of a man in military uniform. Thought to be Private Henry (Harry) Claude Clark (1889-1967) (serial number 7/567). Clark was born in Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand, on 28 September 1889. A clerk with Levin & Co Ltd, Hardy Street, Nelson, Clark enlisted for World War One as a Trooper on 25 August 1914. He served in the Canterbury Mounted Rifles, in Egypt and Western Europe. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as G.H. Clark (father), The Maitai, Nelson, New Zealand. Clark received the 1914-1915 Star, the British War Medal (1914-1920), the Victory Medal, the War Medal 1939-1945 and the New Zealand War Service Medal. Clark was discharged on 21 October 1919 being declared no longer physically fit for war service because of an illness contracted on active service. Clark also served in World War Two (serial number 819121). He died in Nelson on 2 August 1967, aged 77 years, and is buried in the Marsden Valley Cemetery, Stoke, Nelson.
84023
Mr Clark Mr Clark
Head and shoulders studio portrait of a man in military uniform. Thought to be Private Henry (Harry) Claude Clark (1889-1967) (serial number 7/567). Clark was born in Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand, on 28 September 1889. A clerk with Levin & Co Ltd, Hardy Street, Nelson, Clark enlisted for World War One as a Trooper on 25 August 1914. He served in the Canterbury Mounted Rifles, in Egypt and Western Europe. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as G.H. Clark (father), The Maitai, Nelson, New Zealand. Clark received the 1914-1915 Star, the British War Medal (1914-1920), the Victory Medal, the War Medal 1939-1945 and the New Zealand War Service Medal. Clark was discharged on 21 October 1919 being declared no longer physically fit for war service because of an illness contracted on active service. Clark also served in World War Two (serial number 819121). He died in Nelson on 2 August 1967, aged 77 years, and is buried in the Marsden Valley Cemetery, Stoke, Nelson.
84024
Mr Clark Mr Clark
Head and shoulders studio portrait of a man in military uniform. Thought to be Private Henry (Harry) Claude Clark (1889-1967) (serial number 7/567). Clark was born in Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand, on 28 September 1889. A clerk with Levin & Co Ltd, Hardy Street, Nelson, Clark enlisted for World War One as a Trooper on 25 August 1914. He served in the Canterbury Mounted Rifles, in Egypt and Western Europe. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as G.H. Clark (father), The Maitai, Nelson, New Zealand. Clark received the 1914-1915 Star, the British War Medal (1914-1920), the Victory Medal, the War Medal 1939-1945 and the New Zealand War Service Medal. Clark was discharged on 21 October 1919 being declared no longer physically fit for war service because of an illness contracted on active service. Clark also served in World War Two (serial number 819121). He died in Nelson on 2 August 1967, aged 77 years, and is buried in the Marsden Valley Cemetery, Stoke, Nelson.
84025
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