(Service number 85669)
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|Date||23 December 1882||Place of Birth||Portmoak, KinrossScotland|
|Address at Enlistment||The Crossing, Geraldine|
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|Next of Kin||Mrs E. F. COLLIER (wife), 47 High Street, Timaru|
|Religion||Church of England|
|Served with||NZ Armed Forces||Served in||Army|
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|Date||2 September 1962||Age||79 years|
|Place of Death||Mosgiel|
|Memorial or Cemetery||East Taieri Cemetery, Mosgiel|
|Memorial Reference||Block R, Plot 1227|
|New Zealand Memorials|
James COLLIER was the oldest son of William and Mary (nee WILSON) COLLIER. His brother George Tod COLLIER served in WWI, and his brother Robert also enlisted. Their brother Thomas Wilson COLLIER died of wounds in France in 1918.
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