New Zealand Memorial Brockenhurst

 

New Zealand memorial in Brockenhurst Churchyard

Buried in the area covered by CWGC

93 New Zealanders

1 Australian

1 Canadian

3 Unknown Belgian Civilians

3 Indian Expeditionary Force

3 British

 

The recumbent stone is the grave of the three Unknown civilians.

The large stone was erected by the villages to Sukha, an India who worked at the hospital.

To the left of his are two more Indian graves -

Arocyasami and Sukha.

 

 

 

Private Ernest William Bollom

22nd Australian Infantry

30 October 1916

aged 23

 

 

 

 

IEF

Sumeer

30/11/1915

Arocyasami

11/9/1915

Sukha 12/1/1915

 

More information can be found on -

http://southernlife.org.uk

Well worth a look.

 

 

W H Lawry Canadian Forestry Corps

27/10/1918

There was a constant need for wood during the Great War. No doubt he was working in the New Forest at the time of his death.

 

W Nicholson, King' Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.

A Woodley, Wellington Regiment NZEF.

Private Lawrence, 3rd Bn, Wellington Regiment

6/11/1917.

Also the stone commemorating the visit of his parents.

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