ROLL OF HONOUR
MEMORIAL ARCH AT ST PETER AND ST PAUL'S CHURCH, TE ARAKURA ROAD, FEILDING

Thanks to Maraea for this. Te Arakura Memorial Garden, 12 Lawton Road, Feilding, Manawatu - the Memorial garden, butted directly on to what was once Te Arakura School and I believe all the Honours Boards from the school and Community Hall, also gone, have long since been relocated, to Taonui School at Aorangi, Feilding. Anzac Lewis is also remembered on the plaque at the above garden.

WORLD WAR TWO
LEWISAnzac Piripi TamihanaAnzac Lewis was the son of Tamihana and Hikianga Ruihi (Lewis), of Aorangi, Auckland [sic], New Zealand; husband of Kawariki Ruihi (Lewis). Sgt Lewis was the rear gunner in a Havoc which performed a sudden turn in cloud. During this manoeuvre Sgt Lewis was thrown out of the plane and killed. He was not wearing a parachute at the time. The Havoc and its remaining crew returned to base and landed safely. NZ401460 RNZAFBuried Hawkinge Cemetery, Kent, England


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