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I was reading through Denis Clough's wonderful submissions of E. V. Hayward's personal diary from 1942, and saw this entry:
'A. O. Kani. Died of wounds.'
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A.O Kani is my Uncle, my father is Bob Kani younger brother to Uncle Ottley. A special Thank you to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and Staff for caring and maintaining cemeteries and graves of loved ones fallen abroad. Thank you for the certificate in honour of our Uncle,Koro. Marama Kani