HAYTER, Frank Goodenough
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|First Rank||Last Rank|
|Date||4 April 1887||Place of Birth||Timaru|
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|Previous Military Experience||King Edward's Horse|
|Next of Kin|
|Served with||UK Armed Forces||Served in|
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|Last Unit Served With||4th Battalion, Manchester Regiment (Special Reserve)|
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Prisoner of War Information
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Hospitals, Wounds, Diseases and Illnesses
Fruit grower ?
|Date||12 December 1941||Age||54 yrs|
|Place of Death||Devon, England|
|Notices||The Times, London, England, 16 December 1941|
|Memorial or Cemetery||Burkes Pass Cemetery - memorial on mother's headstone|
|New Zealand Memorials|
Son of Francis & Eugenie Elizabeth (nee HUDDLESTON) HAYTER, of Rollesby Station, Burkes Pass, Fairlie. Brother Cyril HAYTER d. WWI. Brother Chilton HAYTER also served in WWI. Late father was Captain HAYTER, naval officer. 17 October 1918 he married Muriel MORTIMER-SCOTT, at St Mary Abbot's Church, Kensington, London, England. At this time he was Lieutenant. On active service from beginning of the war & considerable service practically throughout the war. His only child, Joyce, was born in 1919 in England. April 1920 returning to New Zealand. Discharded January 1920.
Timaru Herald, 11 January 1919, Press, 24 April 1920 (Papers Past) [22 November 2013]; The Times, London [November 2013]; Burkes Pass Cemetery, headstone inscriptions (NZSG South Canterbury Branch microfiche collection) [November 2013]
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