Auckland Mounted Rifles Club Honour Board Index

This index database has been compiled from information transcribed from the Auckland Mounted Rifles Club Roll of Honour Board. In 1917 the club was given permission by Auckland City Council to mount its Roll of Honour in the vestibule or other suitable position in the Auckland Town Hall1

A report 'Roll of Honour' published in the 'Auckland Star' on 9 March 1917 mentioned that only two members of the club had lost their lives. Later fatalities must have been added to the Roll of Honour after that time. C. G. Nichol's The Story of Two Campaigns: Official War History of the Auckland Mounted Rifles (1921) shows that only a handful of the 333 men killed during the war are included on the Club's Roll of Honour, which lists sixty-five men. Of these sixty-five, a significant number survived the war.

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This database is a full transcript of entries from the honour board. For further information, please contact Auckland Council Archives.

1 Auckland Council Archives, Auckland City Council minutes, ACC 101/24, p.88


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