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Monuments. Wairoa. N.Z. Tourist Series. 3052.

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35-R1535

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Frank Duncan and Company Unknown Frank Duncan and Company
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Wairoa, Monuments and memorials, Carroll, Thomas, Wainohu, Henare Wepiha, Soldiers, Soldiers Memorial, Clergy, World War, 1914-1918WairoaMonuments and memorialsCarroll, ThomasWainohu, Henare WepihaSoldiersSoldiers MemorialClergyWorld War, 1914-1918
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Showing memorials at Wairoa. The one on the foreground is inscribed: A Memento of Affection / From / European and Maori Friends / To the Memory / of / Thomas Carroll / October 19th 1904 / 'Lest we forget.' There is an inscription in Maori on other face. Behind is a monument topped with a figure in soldier's uniform carrying a bible and with the dedicatory text: “For God, King and Country. / - / Erected in memory of the / Rev. Henare Wepiha Te Wainohu / Vicar of Wairoa Maori Pastorate. / Chaplain Major / New Zealand Maori Expeditionary Forces / 1915-1918. / Died 1st Oct. 1921 [sic]. /Aged 38 years. // Mo te Atua, mo te Kingi, mo te Whenua. / - / He tohu whakamahara kia / Rev. Henare Wepiha Te Wainohu / Minita o Te Pariha o Te Wairoa / Chaplain Major / o Te Ropu Hoia Maori o Niu Tireni / 1915 – 1918. / I mate i te 1 o Oketopa, 1921. / Ona tau 38.