(Service number 44130)
|First Rank||Rifleman||Last Rank||Rifleman|
|Date||Unknown||Place of Birth|
|Address at Enlistment|
|Previous Military Experience|
|Next of Kin||Mrs M. MANGOS (mother), Post-office, Lyell, Westport; later of Church Street, Timaru|
|Served with||NZ Armed Forces||Served in||Army|
|Body on Embarkation||New Zealand Rifle Brigade|
|Unit, Squadron, or Ship||Reinforcements G Company|
|Date||14 March 1917|
|Embarked From||Wellington||Destination||Devonport, England|
|Other Units Served With|
|Last Unit Served With||New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 3rd Battalion, 3rd|
Award Circumstances and Date
Prisoner of War Information
|Date of Capture|
|Where Captured and by Whom|
|Actions Prior to Capture|
|PoW Serial Number|
Hospitals, Wounds, Diseases and Illnesses
|Date||26 August 1917||Age|
|Place of Death|
|Cause||Died of wounds|
|Memorial or Cemetery||Trois Arbres Cemetery, Steenwerck, Nord, France|
|New Zealand Memorials|
Willim MANGOS was the fifth in the family of thirteen of Demetrious Nicolas and Mary Ann (née WILLIAMS) MANGOS. He died on 26 August 1917, five months after embarking, of wounds accidentally received.
Auckland War Memorial Museum Cenotaph Database [17 November 2014]; CWGC [17 November 2014]; NZ BDM Indexes (Department of Internal Affairs) [19 June 2016]; Timaru Herald, 10 september 1917, 27 September 1917, Colonist, 13 September 1917 (Papers Past) [17 November 2014; 20 June 2016]
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