Medals ~ FOUND



Are you able to connect us to a deceased Veteran’s kin ? 

On this page you will find listed the names of deceased Veterans whose medals and/or items of ephemera have been found or donated to MRNZ, and are currently awaiting descendant research.  If you recognise a name on the list and are able to put us in contact with the family, a relative or an acquaintance who may be able to help connect us, please contact us on 027-940-4495 or send an email to [email protected]or send the details on our Contact Form 

Do you have a medal you would like returned to family ?

If so, we can definitely help you.  With access to a large pool of national and international resources plus fellow researchers, we undertake to make every effort to find a traceable family member or a close descendant, be they in New Zealand or abroad, with which to reunite your medals. 

Essentially you have TWO options:

  1.  LIST – we will list you medal(s) or ephemera on this website for FREE provided you send us photographs of both sides of the medals and the impressed names on the edge or back of each.  It is then up to you to find a family descendant.  The listing will be removed after six  months if you do not have a result by then, or
  2. RESEARCH – send the medal(s) or ephemera to MRNZ which will be held on loan temporarily (for the reasons, please see Temporary Loan below) while we undertake the research to find a descendant.  The items will automatically be listed on the website upon receipt of the items.

Military Ephemera

Apart from reuniting medals with descendant families we will also undertake research to reunite any named item of military or para-military ephemera.  Typically these may include: service certificates, commemorative medallions, lapel and military badges, insignia, identity (‘dog’) tags and bracelets, documents, papers/letters, framed items, photographs, books, clothing and equipment.

Reuniting medals

I am often asked by people who find medals, or have them turn up in deceased family member’s belongings, can we find the family so the medals can be returned to them.  Yes we can – I am very happy to accept every request as long as I can guarantee they are handed over when the family or a descendant is found. 

Past experience has been a harsh teacher – initially I had traced a couple of descendants on trust and was let down when the medal finder/owner decided not to follow through with the handover.  This can leave families angry and confused and cause considerable embarrassment and harm to our reputation.  

The other aspect of this is, if we were to do the research and then hand the results to you, I would gain no opportunity to promote MRNZ’s work and reputation. 

Your trust is requested

Therefore the only way I can guarantee that we can handover the medals, plus have an opportunity to promote our work and reputation, is to hold the medal(s) on Temporary Loan at MRNZ before we start the research.  In this we request your trust.  Please appreciate that considerable time may be needed to trace a descendant which can also involve personal expense for such things as; obtaining documents, file copies, information from international sources, internet ‘pay per view’ sites, and photocopying and postal charges.   

This policy is applied to anyone wishing to have MRNZ reunite medals or ephemera.  Typically these are members of the public, the Defence Forces, NZ RSAs, Aust. RSLs, Police, Fire & Emergency services, public service organisations, charity shops, service clubs and so on.  

Your proof of ownership of any medal or item of ephemera sent to MRNZ, is a letter acknowledging our Receipt & Temporary Loan of your items.  

Receipt & Temporary Loan

Once a medal(s) or item of ephemera is received at MRNZ, a personal letter of Receipt and Temporary Loan from me will be emailed (or posted if no email) to you within 24 hours.  It will also outline the research process an options available to you depending on the outcome of the search for a family.   

Apart from being your proof of ownership, the letter is also our confirmation that your medals/items will be held securely (locked) and handled with care as long as they remain in our care.   

Temporary Loan  

  1. What is a Temporary Loan ?  Medals held on Temporary Loan simply means your medals will be held securely by us only for the duration of the research (this can be several years depending on work load and availability of information).  If the research is successful, the medals will handed over in one of three ways: handed over personally by us; handed over by you, if you wish and are available; couriered to the recipient with a letter of explanation.  
  2. You remain the owner.  Ownership of the medals at all times until handed over, remains yours.  If after the research is complete, a family/descendant cannot be found I will contact you personally.  The medals can be returned to you if you so wish, or alternatively we can offer suggestions for their perpetual care. 
  3. Security.  Any medal entrusted to MRNZ is secured in a fireproof safe.
  4. Not “For Sale”No medal or item of ephemera entrusted to MRNZ’s care will ever be sold or otherwise disposed of without your authority. (see also Medals that cannot be reunited below).  
  5. Temporary Loan of the medals also allows us to:
  • check all medals to ensure they are genuine, and correctly impressed (not re-named originals, duplicates or fakes).
  • assess the condition of the medals, ribbons, suspension bars, brooch etc so that we can offer restoration advice to the recipient/family. 
  • an opportunity to clean, and photograph, the medal(s)/ephemera before their return.  The photographs will feature in the story I write for every successfully reunited medal or item of ephemera.
  • publish only the impressed details that appear on the edge or rear of a medal.  Medals~FOUND lists only these details,  never the actual medals that we are holding.  The spin-off effect of this is that it lets serious medal collectors know that we have a named medal(s) which is now unavailable should they be seeking to complete a medal group named to that particular soldier/sailor/airman.  This can lead to the holder offering the remaining medals for BUY-BACK or re-sale.  
  • present a deterrent to would-be counterfeiters who might plan to offer replica or fake medals to an unsuspecting descendant family.  The publication of impressed details potentially rules out using the names of any of those listed as FOUND on our site, and
  • package medals securely in accordance with domestic or international postal, courier, customs, insurance and shipping requirements.

Medal research process

When medals or an item of ephemera arrives at MRNZ it is first entered into a database with all known information including that of the finder/owner details so you will never be forgotten, provided we have an email or telephone contact.  A preliminary check is made for the recipients complete medal entitlement so we can determine if any are missing. 

All medals we receive are then added to the Medals~FOUND listing below, as well as to the Auckland War Memorial Museum’s Cenotaph website.  Public access to these names can produce potential claimants to any of the medals listed, or can result in information being provided to us to either locate missing medals, or descendant families.  Both of these references can save us valuable research time by short circuiting potentially lengthy descendant searches. 

Each medal arrival receives an immediate assessment (about 1 hour) to ascertain if there is any possibility, based upon existing information, of being speedily reunited.  If so, it will receive a high priority for additional research and return.  If not, medals are queued (NZ medals first) in an order of their assessed research difficulty … easiest to the most difficult, the goal being to get as many medals reunited as quickly as we can. 

If we receive a medal or medals that we subsequently discover should have others with it but they are missing (two or more, called a split group), the name of the recipient and missing medals will be posted on our Medals~MISSING page in the hope a finder or owner will contact us.  If any of the medals are owned by a collector, organisation, or member of the public the recovery of the medals will usually involve ‘buy-back’ – if they are offered for sale?  We will advise you if contacted with any information regarding lost or missing medals.

How long will it take ?

Research generally is not a quick process and instant results are rare.  Some cases can be complex and take many months, years even, to resolve (nearly 3 years is the longest so far).  Our priority is always to research medals awarded to New Zealanders first.  Tracing Veteran’s descendants who have left New Zealand, or who were non-NZ domiciled families, e.g. Australian, British, Canadian etc., can extend the length of research.

Medals that cannot be reunited

How long is a piece of string?  Be assured every effort to find a home for your medals will be made – your success is our reputation.  Should we reach a point when all possibilities have been exhausted and we still do not have a descendant contact, you will be contacted regarding the future of the medals – in any event they remain yours until a decision is made on how you would like us to proceed. 

Our default position in the absence of specific instructions for those medals we are unable to reunite, is to send them to the national museum of the Service the original named medal recipient/owner belonged to, i.e. National Museum of the Royal New Zealand Navy, National Army Museum, Air Force Museum of New Zealand, New Zealand Police Museum etc.  This means that these medals will never be found on the open market for collecting or trading purposes and will be kept in a secure repository while also remaining accessible to future family descendants and historians.

Entitlements & Unclaimed medals

From time to time we receive requests for help with finding out the medal entitlement of a particular person, or whether or not the medals have been issued, to the recipient or to another family member.  We can help with both of these but only to the extent that we do not breach the Privacy Act.  Generally, if the recipient is still living we are bound by the Act.  

Note: there are still a number of WW1 ANZAC (Gallipoli) Commemorative Medallions (1967), and many more WW2 campaign medals that remain unclaimed – check with your family to ensure your veteran has received all they were entitled to!  A number of medals have been instituted since 2002 for whom those who served after 03 September 1945 may be eligible – ask us about these.

Sending Medals or Ephemera to MRNZ

From experience we have found NZ Courier Post (track & trace) service to be the most reliable for the safe delivery of medals or any other item to our Nelson PO Box.  Please address all envelopes and packages to:  M.R.N.Z. ~ PO Box 8034 ~ Nelson Mail Centre ~ Nelson 7042

Anonymous Returns – No Questions !

If you have a medal or item of ephemera you would like to have returned, you are welcome to send these to us anonymously by addressing to our PO Box in Nelson, with or without any details – no questions will be asked !


Collectors medals offered to families

MRNZ has a confidential list of over 400 medals awarded to New Zealanders (mainly WW1, NZEF) that are available to descendant families ONLY including: NZ Land Wars, NZ Militia Permanent Forces, South Africa-Boer War, WW1 Gallantry, WW1 Service medals, Gallipoli Medallions & Lapel Badges, Memorial Plaques.

These medals were purchased in NZ and internationally by collectors who are offering them to families/descendant on a BUY-BACK basis.  Prices are negotiable .  Whilst MRNZ has offered to facilitate this offer, we do not derive a cent  acting purely as a’post office’ and thereby remain a 100% not-for-profit, self-funded and FREE service.

We would be delighted to see as many of these medals returned to where they belong – the recipient’s family or a descendant.

Claiming Medals and Ephemera

All medal and ephemera claimants will be required to provide documentary and photographic proof of identity, plus evidence of their ancestral link (a family tree) to the person named on the medal before it is handed over.  Medals will generally be couriered (at our expense) to your home address unless alternate arrangements are made.  

Proof of identity requirements – email or post clear, photographic copies of:

  • One of the following – Claimant’s Passport (both pages that contain your details and photograph only); Driver Licence.
  • One of the following – Claimant’s Birth Certificate or Marriage Certificate. 
  • That part of your Family Tree that shows your relationship you and your family’s links to the medal recipient and family.

NZ Medals ~ Non-NZ Medals ~ Under Reunite Action ~ Reunited Medals



Boer War – NZMR, 9th Contingent 


John Henry


Boer War – NZMR, 5th Contingent 







HILL (birth name – John Thomas TIMPSON)

Boer War – NZMR, 4th and 8th Contingents – reunited Mar 2019

FIRST WORLD WAR (1914-1918) – NZ, UK, Australia, Canada


NZ Rifle Bde, NZEF – 26 Reinf


Auckland Inf. Regt, NZEF –  9th Reinf 

37562SPRCharles Neville COLLINS

NZ Engineers, Tunnelling Company, NZEF – 4th Reinf

37725SPRJohn JosephO’DONNELL

NZ Engineers, Tunnelling Company, NZEF – 5th Reinf – reunited Aug 2018


Lawrence George


NZ Rifle Bde, NZEF – 12 Reinf


Alfred Dollery


Otago Inf. Regt, NZEF –  24 Reinf

74790PTEWilliamLAMB *

Otago Inf. Regt, NZEF – 38 Reinf



John Robert 

SINCLAIR1st Bn, NZ Rifle Brigade,  NZEF 

William Andrew


NZ Field Artillery, NZEF –  10 Reinf

6/1260PTE Thomas  CHARLTON

Canterbury Inf. Bn, NZEF – 2nd Reinf 


Leonard Harold


Auckland Inf. Regt, NZEF – 21 Reinf




Otago Infantry Bn, NZEF – Main Body – reunited Mar 2018


Otago Mounted Rifles, NZEF – 2nd Reinf + NZ Field Artillery


Arthur Douglas

BAILLIENZ Rifle Bde, NZEF – 20th Reinf

Richard James 


Canterbury Inf. Bn, NZEF – 3rd Reinf

10075 SJT 

James Harold Russell


Canterbury Inf. Regt, NZEF – 11 Reinf 

36369 RFLM Daniel SLOAN 

Canterbury Inf. Battalion, NZEF – 26th Reinf – reunited to Melbourne, Australia Mar 2018

41198B SPR George RoachBARTLETT 

Otago Inf. Bn. / 1 Div NZ Field Engineers, NZEF – 2nd Reinf 

21973 PTE John CAMPBELL 

Otago Inf. Bn, NZEF – 16 Reinf


ERA 4 (Eng Rm Asst.)

Richard Douglas

CONWAYRoyal Navy (RN)
172465DVRJohn WeirGILMOUR

Royal Field Artillery (RFA) 



Wellington Inf. Bn, NZEF – 37 Reinf reunited to Isle of Barra, Outer Hebrides, Invernesshire,  Scotland May 2019  


10th (Service) Battalion, Highland Light Infantry Regiment (HLI Regt)


William George




Wellington Mtd Rifles, NZEF – 7th Reinf


Joseph William


NZ Field Artillery, NZEF – 28 Reinf



Clinton RolandGRIBBENAuckland Inf. Bn, NZEF – 7th Reinf
59946PTEJohn AlbertMcDONALD

Wellington Inf. Regt, NZEF – 30 Reinf

30475 S/SGT (LT) 

Edmund Grieves 


NZ Field Artillery, NZEF – 22 Reinf 


Clifford Sydney 


NZ Field Engineers, NZEF – Main Body

29238 PTE William HenryJONES

17th Battalion, The King’s (Liverpool) Regiment, BEF 

3918 SJTWilliam 


Middlesex Regiment, BEF 
9/32 L/CPL Frank Mark 


Otago Mounted Rifles, NZEF – Main Body


James Fletcher 


Merchant Navy (MN) – buried Karori, Wellington

75386PTEEdward CharlesKING

Otago Infantry Regt, Reserve Battalion, NZEF – 39 Reinf

26/1667 L/CPL 

Hedley Frederick Christian

NAGEL NZ Rifle Bde, NZEF – 2nd Reinf 

T-30477  T-2698 12332   


Army Service Corps (ASC) 

10/2019PTE MylesWALSH

Wellington Inf. Regt, NZEF – 4th Reinf (formerly with the Royal Dublin Fusiliers: BOER WAR)

22980RFLMJohn ThomasHARRIS

3 Bn, NZRB, NZEF – 4th Reinf

62003RFLMAlfred NobelBROWN

G Coy, NZEF – NZRB Reinf

49233RFLMPatrick CecilDALY

J Coy,  NZEF – NZRB Reinf

50203BDRPercy HerbertFOWLER

NZ Field Artillery, NZEF – 28 Reinf

6/1308 & 2/1308aDVRThomas HARRIS

Canterbury Inf. Regt, NZEF – 2nd Reinf – under reunite action May 2019

 57049SJTSidney GordonDOIG

F Coy, 2/NZRB, NZEF – 29 Reinf


NZ Rifle Bde, NZEF – 3rd Reinf – reunited Apr 2019


Otago Inf. Regt, NZEF – 9th Reinf


R.N. – CHAP.N (Chaplain)

Arundel John EdwardMacSWINEY R.N. (born SWINEY – of Cheltenham, Eng)

Royal Navy (RN), HMS SANDHURST – lived in, and buried Hillsborough, Auckland

58422RFLMAlbert EdwardDENHAM

NZ Rifle Bde, NZEF – 36th Reinf – reunited Apr 2019


James Alfred George


Auckland Inf. Regt, NZEF – 15 Reinf

6/3889 LT James Barr STRUTHERS

Otago/Canterbury Inf. Regt, NZEF – 9th Reinf 



Canterbury Inf. Regt, NZEF – Main Body

Refer Boer War above

8/2896CPLFrancis William


Otago Inf. Regt, NZEF – 7th Reinf

8/243CPL (WO2 & CSM)GeorgeMECHEN

Otago Inf. Regt., NZEF – Main Body


Specialist Company, MG Section – NZ Machine Gun Corps (NZMGC), NZEF – 24 Reinf

26/812CPLJames TraversHURLEY

NZ Entrenching Battalion, 4th NZ Rifle Bde – NZEF 

9/1203PTE / DVRJamesMcKEOWN

Otago Mounted Rifles, NZEF – 6th Reinf – NZ Army Service Corps (NZASC)

6/2731CPLCharlesRANDALL *

Canterbury Inf. Battalion, NZEF – 6th Reinf – reunited Nov 2018


NZ Entrenching Bn, Canterbury Inf. Regt, NZEF – 31 Reinf – reunited Nov 2018

56764RFLMCharles HenryGARTNER

NZ Rifle Brigade Reinf, NZEF – reunited Jul 2018; a second medal was reunited Jan 2019

2/555GNRJohn O’BRIEN

NZ Field Artillery, NZEF – Main Body

29235PTEMaurice Clifton


Canterbury Inf. Bn, NZEF – 18 Reinf – reunited Mar 2018


Samoan Advance Party, NZEF – NZ Army Service Corps (NZASC)


Queen Alexandra’s Royal Navy Nursing Service (QARNNS) – BEF France



Sylvia Daisy (born Daisy Sylvia)BROWN

Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve (QAIMNSR), BAF – WW1 England & France – Matron of Nelson Hospital 1920/37 – reunited Aug 2018




NZ (Maori) Pioneer Battalion, NZEF, 2nd Contingent – reunited Aug 2018




Canterbury Inf Bn, NZEF – 2nd Reinf – reunited Apr 2018



Henry JosephSHORT (Australian from Kalgoorlie – died in Auck, NZ)

AIF (med disch); 3rd Pioneer Bn, Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) – France.

T-33677 & 28591DVRArchibald NewellSTANDRING

Army Service Corps (ASC); 2/5 Kings Own Royal Lancashire Regt. (2/5 KOR LANCS Regt.) – reunited to Prestatyn Wales, Aug 2018

9/1106CPLAlexander PollockSCOTT

NZ Machine Gun Corps (NZMGC), NZEF – 5th Reinf

226416PTERichard AnthonyWILLIAMS

102 Canadian Inf. Bn, CEF

33202SPR / DVRWilliam JohnNEILL

NZ Field Engineers, NZEF – 22 Reinf

3/389SJTJames LeodamusCALDER

1/2 NZ Field Ambulance – OIR, NZEF – 2nd Reinf

81281PTEFrederick Everard


F Company, NZ Rifle Bde – 41 Reinf – reunited Sep 2018

24/2552RFLMJohn JosephPEARSON

1st Bn, NZ Rifle Bde, NZEF – 5 Reinf – refer EPHEMERA below


Royal Army Ordnance Corps (RAOC)

68335PTE GeorgeBUTLER

2nd Bn, Canterbury Inf. Regt, NZEF – 37 Reinf


S/SJT (later CAPT)


NZ Army Pay Department (NZAPD)



ThomasFAULKNERMerchant Navy – ex-LIVERPOOL & WHITBY – reunited to Tamworth, Staffordshire ENG, Sep 2018
46507PTEJohn Lisle WINTER

2nd Bn, Cant Infantry Regt, NZEF – 24 Reinf


1st Bn, Auckland Infantry Regt, NZEF – 14 Reinf

8/834PTEHerbert Billingsley GeorgeLEWIS

Otago Infantry Battalion, NZEF – Main Body

71106 RFLMJohn Samson 


2nd Bn, 3 NZ Rifle Bde, NZEF – 37 Reinf



George Alfred HARRIS


10/1741PTEHenry RaymondBEVAN 

Wellington Infantry Bn, NZEF – 4th Reinf – reunited Nov 2018

6/4056PTEPeter AlexanderHASLOCH 

1st Canturbury Infantry Bn, NZEF – 4th Reinf

 41846PTEJoseph Patrick McANALLY 

Wellington Infantry Regt, NZEF – 23 Reinf


Samoan Relief Force, NZEF – 2nd Reinf

34843SJTHarold Robert  GUNN  (bro-in-law of STORRIE below)

Otago Infantry Battalion, NZEF – 20 Reinf

12/3840SJTRobertSTORRIE  (bro-in-law of GUNN above)

2/Canterbury Infantry Battalion, NZEF – 9th Reinf

68615PTEFrancis ClementMAY 

2/Auckland Infantry Battalion, NZEF – 33 Reinf


Samoan Relief Force – Reinforcements, 30 Oct 1918 – SS Talune

24/2048PTEJohn McDONALD 

2/Wellington Infantry Regt, NZEF – 10 Reinf


RICHARDS (lived in Mangakino)

7th Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, BEF

73913TPRDavid MuirBARCLAY

NZ Mounted Rifles, NZEF – 40 Reinf 



(CAPT, Mercantile Marine)

Charles Frederick  HORNE, OBE, (mid) – R.N.R. 

Royal Naval Reserve (RNR) – Auxiliary Patrol Boats, Orkney & Shetland Islands.  Awarded OBE, 01 Jan 1919 – under reunite action May 2019

65936CPL (SGT)Laurence Frederick BLOMFIELD 

1/Auckland Infantry Regt, NZEF – 38 Reinf – under reunite action May 2019

60522PTEWilliam RANNIE

Native Contingent, NZ Maori (Pioneer) Battalion, NZEF – 26 Maori Reinf

39800 Pte  Norman GRIFFITHS 

WGTN RSA: 1/Wellington Infantry Regt, NZEF – 23 Reinf.  

Former President Wgtn RSA 1960-62

17/231TPR/GNRWilliam ThomasAYRE *

WGTN RSA: NZ Veterinary Corps, NZEF – 2nd Reinf

30159PTEJosephAYRE *

WGTN RSA: 2Bn, NZ Rifle Bde, NZEF – 14 Reinf


WGTN RSA: 1/Otago Infantry Regt, NZEF – 27 Reinf

40004SGTGeorge FrederickHOLLOWAY

WGTN RSA: 1/Otago Infantry Regt, NZEF – 23 Reinf.  Past musical director of ‘Tin Hat’ Club

55310PTEWilliam GeorgeHENLEY

WGTN RSA: 1/Wellington  Infantry Regt, NZEF – 33 Reinf

71227PTERichard Faulkner JACKSON

WGTN RSA: 1/Wellington Infantry Regt, NZEF – 34 Reinf


WGTN RSA: 2Bn, NZ Rifle Bde, NZEF – 2nd Reinf

59467PTEWilliam JohnSHOTTER

WGTN RSA: 1/Wellington Infantry Regt, NZEF – 29 Reinf


WGTN RSA: 1/Wellington Infantry Regt, NZEF – 25 Reinf


WGTN RSA: 1/Auckland Infantry Regt, NZEF – 15 Reinf

55268RFLMFrederick VictoWESTBROOK

WGTN RSA: 2Bn, NZ Rifle Bde, NZEF – 28 Reinf


WGTN RSA:  Army Service Corps; fmly 14th London Regiment


WGTN RSA: Royal Army Medical Corps


WGTN RSA: 2nd Brigade – Royal Field Artillery (RFA) & Royal Artillery (RA)


WGTN RSA: Merchant Navy (MN) –RMS Lusitania – Drowned when ship was torpedoed by German U-20 on 7 May 1915 

XXXXXXMATEJoseph (Aust) or John (UK)KNOX

WGTN RSA: Mercantile Fleet Auxiliary (MFA)

51597PTEGeorge S.WILKINS

WGTN RSA: Worcestershire Regiment




Thomas H.HUGHES 

Canterbury Regiment

NM & WC Cant. Regt.


SECOND WORLD WAR (1939-1945) – NZ, UK, Australia, Canada


Douglas Haig


2nd NZ Divisional Artillery, 2NZEF 

24033 PTE Robert GOODING 

24 Inf. Battalion, 2NZEF 

12324 L/CPL 

Gordon Lance 

McKINNON26 Inf. Battalion, 2NZEF 
?? PTE

M. (maybe Lewis Moss Levy?) 


TOBRUK SIEGE 1941 Commemorative ‘T’ medal 

P/JX 651330

WOO (LT-Ord Engr Off)

Charles Henry KING R.N. Royal Navy (RN), 1938-1958
22422GNRPeter Standish

SAVILLE (ex-UK, may be known as Savill, Savil, Sevil)

5 Field Regt, 2nd NZ Divisional Artillery, 2NZEF

481553CPLRobert WilliamROGERS

Infantry Reinf – NZ Provost Corps (NZPRO), 2NZEF

NZ401396 PLT.OFFRoyal George


RNZAF – 104 SQN, RAF – Canada – under reunite action May 2019



RNZAF – 353 SQN, RAF – India


PTEBernard CecilWIDDON

NZ Medical Corps (NZMC) – Hospital Ship “Mangaunui” – reunited to Wollongong Australia, Oct 2017

20663 GNRThomas WalterTAYLOR 

NZ Artillery – 22 Infantry (Wellington) Battalion, 2NZEF 

33396S/SGTDeryck ReeveBACH

NZ Regiment – 25 Infantry Battalion, 2NZEF – reunited Apr 2019

13448PTEIan AlexanderBUCHANAN

30 (Mixed) Battalion, 3rd Echelon, 2NZEF – under reunite action 2019


PTEHenry JosephSHORT

NZ Engineers – 4th Works Company (Home Service)

7619WO1Thomas Edward LionelKELLY

HQ, 27 (NZ) Machine-gun Battalion, (NZMGB), 2NZEF

40320WO2Horace HectorGIBSON

2nd NZ Divisional Signals, 2NZEF

61801LBDRWilliam KeithANDREWS

4 Field Regt, NZ Artillery Reinforcements, 2NZEF

5943LTRoderick BuchananFELL

22 (NZ) Battalion, 2nd Echelon, 2NZEF

NZ405322SGT (Pilot)Harry Gervase ROUGHTON

RNZAF / RAF – No. 19 Operational Training Unit

3318 TPR – PTE William Henry THOMPSON 

Imperial Camel Corps (I.C.C) –  Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.)

822513 CPL Isabelle JenetteELLIS 

WW2 – Womens’ Auxiliary Army Corps, NZ Army – under reunite action May 2019


MEDALS ISSUED AFTER  1945 >  NZ, UK, Australia, Canada



D.REESRoyal Air Force (RAF)
K19559PO-WEFLloyd JefferyCRON

RNZ Naval Volunteer Reserve (RNZNVR)

340572PTEAlfred HenryRETIMANA

1st Battalion, NZ (Infantry) Regiment – reunited July 2018

40399PTEPercival RaymondSIMEON

1st Battalion, RNZIR (Borneo) –  reunited April 2019 to Perth, Australia

206511SIGMNKenneth HutchesonMcCULLOCH

NZ Contingent Kayforce (K-Force), Korea

787536PTEDavid Malcolm FrankLINES

National Service 1965 – reunited Apr 2019

473087PTEJames PeterMARTIN

1st Battalion, RNZIR (Borneo)




Frederick/Fred Newman

STANTONCanterbury Inf. Regt, NZEF – 27 Reinf
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxSILVER WAR BADGE – NZ 7380

Found at residence in  Lambeth Rd, Sandringham, Auckland in 1972

48395PTEJoan MaryINGLIS

NZ Womens’ War Service Auxilliary (NZWWSA), 2NZEF

80641TPRRobert GeorgeHAMILTON

4th NZ Armoured Brigade, 2NZEF

596632PTELawrence ThomasHODGSON

NZ Infantry Brigade Reinforcements, 2NZEF

24/2552RFLMJohn Joseph PEARSON

1st Bn, NZ Rifle Bde – 5th Reinf., NZEF – also refer WW1 above

6/3172SJTHerbert Alfred


1st Bn, Canterbury Inf.  Regt – 7th Reinf, NZEF – Special Duty with “DUNSTER FORCE”

618499PTERobert Kevin


Infantry Reinforcements, 2NZEF


3rd Bn/3 NZ Rifle Brigade, NZEF – 11 Reinf

13265PTERalph GordonHADFIELD

26 (NZ) Battalion, 2NZEF

80346RFLMGeorge OsmondFAIR

NZ Rifle Brigade, NZEF – 42 Reinf

6/3927PTEWalter ThomasWHITE

Canterbury Inf. Bn, NZEF – 9th Reinf


Leslie Richard Kemp


2nd Field Ambulance – NZ Medical Corps, NZEF

38598CH/SISTER Sheila HelenMcCULLOCH

3rd NZ General Hospital, NZ Medical Corps, 2NZEF – Bari, Italy 

79977RFLM Edward WilliamGARDNER

3rd Battalion, NZ Rifle Brigade, NZEF – 42 Reinf – under reunite action May 2019


NEW additions 


CPL-SGT = either rank impressed on medal

(CPL) = Highest rank

 *  = Brothers