(Service number 82037)
|First Rank||Private||Last Rank|
|Date||23 October 1890||Place of Birth||Lauder, Berwickshire, Scotland|
|Address at Enlistment||C/o C. W. Ensor, Hakararamea|
|Previous Military Experience|
|Next of Kin||Mrs C. BROCKIE (mother), Kilduff Mains, Drem, East Lothian. also Mr D. ROBERTSON (friend), C/o Police Station, Timaruu.|
|Served with||NZ Armed Forces||Served in||Army|
|Body on Embarkation||New Zealand Expeditionary Force|
|Unit, Squadron, or Ship||43rd Reinforcements, A Company|
|Date||2 October 1918|
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|Date||17 December 1928||Age||38 years|
|Place of Death||Waimate|
|Notices||Otago Daily Times, 28 December 1928|
|Memorial or Cemetery||Hakataramea Cemetery|
|New Zealand Memorials|
Andrew Brockie was the eldest son of William Brockie and his wife, Christina née Murray. Andrew Brockie, a shepherd at Cave, was drawn in the fourth ballot in February 1917. He had been in New Zealand for four years when he enlisted. In 1919 Andrew was a shepherd at Hakataramea Station. He married Margaret Stewart in 1920 in New Zealand. His brother, Adam Brockie, also served in World War One with the New Zealand Forces.
Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph Database [24 September 2019]; Hakataramea Cemetery headstone transcription [25 September 2019]; Otago Daily Times, 28 December 1928 (Papers Past) [26 September 2019]
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