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Taihape Cemetery, Manawatū-Whanganui, North Island, New Zealand

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  • William Frances Stephens (1842 - 1916)
  • William Thompson (1890 - 1910)
    FATAL ACCIDENT AT MARTON. Yesterday afternoon a young man named William Thompson met with an accident whilst engaged in loading a dray with metal in a pit on the old road leading to Patikipapa. A fall ...
  • Eveland Gilbert Arnott (1884 - 1975)
  • Michelle Lylie McIntyre (1961 - 1990)
    In loving memory of Michelle Lylie McIntyre died 18th Nov 1990 aged 29 years love wife and friend of Steve beloved daughter of Bettina and Talbot Garmonsway and sister of Marc, Tracey and Ainsley

Taihape is located near the middle of the North Island in the Rangitikei District of New Zealand. It services a large rural community and lies on State Highway 1, which runs North to South through the centre of the North Island.

The Taihape Cemetery is located off SH1, about 3 kilometres south of the town of Taihape.

Taihape Cemetery contains the official war graves of 2 men who served in the New Zealand forces during the First World War: Private William Henry Shewan and Trooper John Carville Munro.