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Mr Yuill Mr Yuill
Three quarter length studio portrait of a man in military uniform. Thought to be Sergeant Andrew Watson Yuill (serial no. 15063). Yuill was born on 16 October 1880 in Scotland. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs A.W. Yuill (wife), Aldersyde, Halifax Street, Nelson, New Zealand. Yuill married Helen Frances Holdaway in Braeburn, Nelson on 31 December 1912. They had one child before World War One named Andrew Watson, who was born in December 1915 in Braeburn, Nelson. Yuill worked for himself as a plumber before enlisting for service during World War One. He embarked with the 14th Reinforcements Canterbury Infantry Battalion, C Company on 26 June 1916 from Wellington, New Zealand for Devonport, England. He served for two years and two hundred and thirty-three days in Western Europe. Yuill was discharged as no longer physically fit for war service on account of wounds received during active service on 23 October 1918. Yuill died on 13 July 1969 in Nelson, New Zealand.
94161
Mr Yuill Mr Yuill
Three quarter length studio portrait of a seated man in military uniform. Thought to be Sergeant Andrew Watson Yuill (serial no. 15063). Yuill was born on 16 October 1880 in Scotland. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs A.W. Yuill (wife), Aldersyde, Halifax Street, Nelson, New Zealand. Yuill married Helen Frances Holdaway in Braeburn, Nelson on 31 December 1912. They had one child before World War One named Andrew Watson, who was born in December 1915 in Braeburn, Nelson. Yuill worked for himself as a plumber before enlisting for service during World War One. He embarked with the 14th Reinforcements Canterbury Infantry Battalion, C Company on 26 June 1916 from Wellington, New Zealand for Devonport, England. He served for two years and two hundred and thirty-three days in Western Europe. Yuill was discharged as no longer physically fit for war service on account of wounds received during active service on 23 October 1918. Yuill died on 13 July 1969 in Nelson, New Zealand.
94160
Yuill Yuill
Three quarter length studio portrait of a seated man in military uniform with a baby on a table beside him. Thought to be Sergeant Andrew Watson Yuill (serial no. 15063) holding his son Andrew Watson Yuill. Yuill was born on 16 October 1880 in Scotland. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs A.W. Yuill (wife), Aldersyde, Halifax Street, Nelson, New Zealand. Yuill married Helen Frances Holdaway in Braeburn, Nelson on 31 December 1912. They had one child before World War One named Andrew Watson, who was born in December 1915 in Braeburn, Nelson. Yuill worked for himself as a plumber before enlisting for service during World War One. He embarked with the 14th Reinforcements Canterbury Infantry Battalion, C Company on 26 June 1916 from Wellington, New Zealand for Devonport, England. He served for two years and two hundred and thirty-three days in Western Europe. Yuill was discharged as no longer physically fit for war service on account of wounds received during active service on 23 October 1918. Yuill died on 13 July 1969 in Nelson, New Zealand.
94159
Yuill Yuill
Three quarter length studio portrait of a seated man in military uniform with a baby on a table beside him. Thought to be Sergeant Andrew Watson Yuill (serial no. 15063) holding his son Andrew Watson Yuill. Yuill was born on 16 October 1880 in Scotland. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs A.W. Yuill (wife), Aldersyde, Halifax Street, Nelson, New Zealand. Yuill married Helen Frances Holdaway in Braeburn, Nelson on 31 December 1912. They had one child before World War One named Andrew Watson, who was born in December 1915 in Braeburn, Nelson. Yuill worked for himself as a plumber before enlisting for service during World War One. He embarked with the 14th Reinforcements Canterbury Infantry Battalion, C Company on 26 June 1916 from Wellington, New Zealand for Devonport, England. He served for two years and two hundred and thirty-three days in Western Europe. Yuill was discharged as no longer physically fit for war service on account of wounds received during active service on 23 October 1918. Yuill died on 13 July 1969 in Nelson, New Zealand.
94158
Yuill Yuill
Three quarter length studio portrait of a seated man in military uniform with a baby on his knee. Thought to be Sergeant Andrew Watson Yuill (serial no. 15063) holding his son Andrew Watson Yuill. Yuill was born on 16 October 1880 in Scotland. On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as Mrs A.W. Yuill (wife), Aldersyde, Halifax Street, Nelson, New Zealand. Yuill married Helen Frances Holdaway in Braeburn, Nelson on 31 December 1912. They had one child before World War One named Andrew Watson, who was born in December 1915 in Braeburn, Nelson. Yuill worked for himself as a plumber before enlisting for service during World War One. He embarked with the 14th Reinforcements Canterbury Infantry Battalion, C Company on 26 June 1916 from Wellington, New Zealand for Devonport, England. He served for two years and two hundred and thirty-three days in Western Europe. Yuill was discharged as no longer physically fit for war service on account of wounds received during active service on 23 October 1918. Yuill died on 13 July 1969 in Nelson, New Zealand.
93230
Wylie, Mr Wylie, Mr
Copy of a photograph of a man in military uniform.
98465
Mr Wregglesworth Mr Wregglesworth
Copy of a photograph of a man in military uniform. The man depicted on this negative is wearing Rifle Brigade lapel badges and the name written on the negative's wrapper reads ‘Wrigglesworth’. However, there are no men named Wrigglesworth on the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph Database or the Archway database. From researching possible spelling variations of the name Wrigglesworth only one man was found who served in the Rifle Brigade. This man was John George Wregglesworth. Therefore, the man depicted on this negative is thought to be Rifleman John George Wregglesworth (serial no. 27125). On the Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph database his next of kin is listed as J.H. Wregglesworth (father), Lovell's Flat, Otago, New Zealand. Wregglesworth embarked with the 8th Reinforcements 3rd Battalion, G Company on 23 September 1916 from Wellington, New Zealand for Devonport, England.
99514
Wrigglesworth Wrigglesworth
Copy of a photograph of two men in military uniform.
99513
Wrigglesworth Wrigglesworth
Copy of part of a photograph of a group of men in military uniform.
88736
Worley, Sergeant Worley, Sergeant
Head and shoulders studio portrait of a man in military uniform.
94225
Worley, Sergeant Worley, Sergeant
Head and shoulders studio portrait of a man in military uniform.
94224
Worley, Mr Worley, Mr
Head and shoulders studio portrait of a man in military uniform.
92663
Worley, Mr Worley, Mr
Head and shoulders studio portrait of a man in military uniform.
92662
Worley, Mr Worley, Mr
Head and shoulders studio portrait of a man in military uniform.
92661
Worley, Mr Worley, Mr
Head and shoulders studio portrait of a man in military uniform.
92660
Worley, Mr Worley, Mr
Three quarter length studio portrait of a seated man in military uniform.
92659
Woodward Woodward
Copy of a photograph of a man in military uniform.
93771
Woodward Woodward
Copy of a photograph of a man in military uniform.
93770
Woods, Mr Woods, Mr
Head and shoulders studio portrait of a man in military uniform.
99232
Woods, Mr Woods, Mr
Head and shoulders studio portrait of a man in military uniform.
99231
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