(Service number 52640)
|First Rank||Private||Last Rank|
|Date||6 October 1887||Place of Birth||Mataura|
|Address at Enlistment||Box 164, Timaru|
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|Next of Kin||Mrs M. J. McLEOD (wife), care of R. Calvert, Otipua Road, Timaru|
|Served with||NZ Armed Forces||Served in||Army|
|Body on Embarkation||New Zealand Expeditionary Force|
|Unit, Squadron, or Ship||28th Reinforcements, Wellington Infantry Regiment, B Company|
|Date||24 July 1917|
|Embarked From||Destination||Plymouth, Devon, England|
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Norman McLeod was the son of Neil and Beatrice (née Robson?) McLeod from the Isle of Skye. He married Martha Jane Calvert in 1915. he was a building contractor when he was called up in 1917. N. McLeod embarked at Liverpool for the return to New Zealand per the “Tahiti”. draft no. 204, carrying 950 soldiers, reached Port Chalmers on 12 January 1919.
Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph Database [05 June 2019]; NZ BDM Indexes (Department of Internal Affairs); Timaru Herald, 8 January 1919 (Papers Past) [05 June 2019]
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