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CWGC: Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey

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  • Auckland Weekly News 1915.
    Tpr. William Edward Gibson (1891 - 1915)
    William Edward Gibson was born at Plaistow in Bromley, Greater London, England on 10 August 1891. His parents were shipwright William Gibson (1850-1920) and Mary Gibson (nee Wasfold) (1864-1906). Willi...
  • Auckland Weekly News 1915.
    Pte. Bernard Collins (1893 - 1915)
    Bernard Collins was born at Timaru in the Canterbury region of New Zealand on 19 November 1893. His parents were Andrew Collins (1861–1939) and Margaret Collins (nee Howe) (1858–1925) who had married a...
  • Pte. Alexander Black (1892 - 1915)
    Alexander Black was born at Waimatuku in Southland, New Zealand on 16 March 1892 (reg. 1892/8838). He was the son of Alexander Black (1857-1935) and Margaret Ellen Black (nee Mason) (1873-1951) who had...
  • Auckland Weekly News 1915.
    Lieut. Duncan Buchanan McDonald (1880 - 1915)
    Duncan Buchanan McDonald was born at Pātea in the Taranaki area of New Zealand's North Island on 10 June 1880 (reg. 1880/9433). His parents were Duncan McDonald (1834-1918) and Mary McDonald (nee Fergu...
  • Auckland Weekly News 1915.
    Lieut. Stephen William Simpson (1893 - 1915)
    Son of Andrew Sloan and Mary Simpson, of Auckland. Attended Auckland Grammar School. Lieutenant in AIR, file number 12/1795. Killed in action, Gallipoli. Sources Cenotaph: New Zealand and World...

The LONE PINE MEMORIAL stands on the site of the fiercest fighting at Lone Pine and overlooks the whole front line of May 1915. It commemorates more than 4,900 Australian and New Zealand servicemen who died in the Anzac area - the New Zealanders prior to the fighting in August 1915 - whose graves are not known. Others named on the memorial died at sea and were buried in Gallipoli waters. Source:

See WW1 Cemeteries - Lone Pine Memorial - includes a gallery of some remembered.