PARKER, Horace Lancelot
(Service number 2986)
|Aliases||Enlisted in Australia as Charles HOLDSWORTH|
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|Date||8 July 1885||Place of Birth||Dunedin|
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|Date||26 July 1916||Age||31 yrs|
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|Memorial or Cemetery||Bromley Cemetery, Christchurch - memorial on mother's headstone|
|New Zealand Memorials||Waimate War Memorial (as PARKER H. L.)|
Son of Frank Stanley PARKER & Janet Ann Bradbury nee COCKERILL later Mrs TOMLIN. Brother Rupert Reginald PARKER also served in WWI. Brother Arnold Leonard PARKER served in AIF in WWI as Leslie Arnold WATSON. In 1902 was employed in Bank of New South Wales in Hawera.
Hawera & Normanby Star, 17 & 18 September 1902 (Papers Past) [09 February 2014]The Ballarat Courier, Victoria, 7 April 1914, The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, 9 November 1915, Geelong Advertiser, Victoria, 8 & 9 November 1915 (trove.nla.gov.au) [9 February 2014]; NZSG Cemetery Records - Bromley, Christchurch (headstone transcription on microfiches) [16 February 2014]
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