HOBBS, Henry Thomas
(Service number 32338)
|First Rank||Rifleman||Last Rank|
|Date||Unknown||Place of Birth|
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|Next of Kin||Mrs George HOBBS (mother), Temuka, Canterbury|
|Served with||New Zealand Armed Forces||Served in||Army|
|Body on Embarkation||New Zealand Rifle Brigade|
|Unit, Squadron, or Ship||10th Reinforcements 3rd Battalion, G Company|
|Date||15 November 1916|
|Embarked From||Wellington||Destination||Plymouth, England|
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In July 1920 at the largest gathering ever seen in the Victoria Hall, Winchester, Henry was one of the district soldiers who were welcomed home and presented with medals and thanked for what they had done for their country. .
Cenotaph Database [11 July 2014]; Timaru Herald, 19 July 1920 (Papers Past) [13 July 2014]
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