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70 years ago this month

To ready for the approaching Winter Campaign the Battalion completed a 100-mile march from Maadi to Alexandria in six days. They also suffered casualties during night manoeuvres.  Read the war diary for August 1943 here

Morgan Andrew Wells

Serial No: 
6108
Surname: 
Wells
Forename(s): 
Morgan Andrew
Next of kin on enlistment: 
Mrs N. Wells (mother), Box 85, Whangarei, New Zealand
Rank: 
Sergeant
Address on enlistment: 
Rural Delivery, Whakatane, New Zealand

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Andrea Hanson . I was born in 1944 and named after Morgan 's second name of Andrew . He had not long returned from overseas and lived with us on Dad's farm at Paroa by Whakatane . My memory was that he had a job at the Whakatane Board mills as a Mechanic /Fitter and stayed in Whakatane . He married Olive when he was in his 50/60's . He died in Whakatane hospital in the 1980's His grave site is in the RSA area of the Hillcrest Cemetary of Whakatane . One disappointing event is that his medals were set in his grave stone and have since been levered out and stolen .