NEW ZEALAND AND WORLD WAR ONE
WELLINGTON MEMORIAL CARILLON BELLS

From Evening Post, Volume CV, Issue 118, 21 May 1928, Page 10

COMPLETE LIST OF INSCRIPTIONS
The complete list of names and inscriptions being placed on the bells is as follows:

No 1
"REO WAIRUA."
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THE 11700 MEN OF WELLINGTON CITY AND SUBURBS WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR, 1914-18
"Ana! He Tangi Aroha."
Given by LOUIS PROCTOR BLUNDELL and ANNIE ELIZABETH BLUNDELL.

No 2
"THE SOMME."
TO THE GLORIOUS MEMORY OF THE NEW ZEALAND DIVISION, 1916-18.
It's Record does honour to the land from which it came and to the Empire for which it fought."
D. HAIG, Field-Marshal.
GIVEN BY CITIZENS.

No 3
"ANZAC."
TO THE GLORIOUS MEMORY OF THE AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND ARMY CORPS, GALLIPOLI, 1916.
'The troops had performed a feat which is without parallel."
W. B. BIRDWOOD, Lieut.-General.
Given by WELLINGTON BUSINESS HOUSES.

No 4
"PALESTINE."
TO THE GLORIOUS MEMORY OF THE NEW ZEALAND MOUNTED RIFLES, SINAI-PALESTINE, 1916-18.
"Nothing daunted these intrepid fighters; to them nothing was impossible."
EDMUND H. H. ALLENBY, Field-Marshal.
Given by ASSOCIATED CONTRIBUTORS.

No 5
"PASSCHENDAELE."
IN MEMORY OF CYRIL IVAN BROWN AND HIS MOTHER.
Presented by his father WILLIAM BROWN.

No 6
(Arms of Royal Navy.)
"JUTLAND."
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND TO THE ROYAL NAVY, 1914-18.
"The Sea is Our Life." JELLICOE.
Given by Proprietors "EVENING POST."

No 7
My Name is "THE SEVEN SEAS."
CHERISH ME AS A TRIBUTE TO THE BRITISH MERCANTILE MARINE, 1914-18.
"If blood be the price of admiralty. Lord God, we ha' paid in full." KIPLING.
"LIGHTS ARE BRIGHT AND ALL'S WELL."

No 8
"MESSINES."
TO THE MEMORY OF THE MEMBERS OF THE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS IN WELLINGTON WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR, 1914-18.
"We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow. Loved and were loved; and now we lie In- Flanders fields." MacRAE.
Presented by OFFICERS OF THE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS IN WELLINGTON.

No 9
"FLANDERS FIELDS."
IN EVER LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF LESLIE HERON. ONLY SON OF HAROLD AND ANNIE BURNELL BEAUCHAMP.

No 10
IN MEMORY OF THE MEN OF THE HUTT VALLEY WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR, 1914-18.

No 11
"GALLIPOLI." 1915.
GIVEN BY RESIDENTS OF LYALL BAY, BROOKLYN, MORNINGTON, VOGELTOWN, AND HATAITAI.

No 12
"SARI BAIR."
IN MEMORY OF FRANCIS DAVISON and MATHEW HOLMES. Given by their Father-in-law, HERBERT P. RAWSON.

No 13
"WALKER'S RIDGE".
IN MEMORY OF PHILIP GARDINER TATTLE. Given by his Mother, MARY ANN TATTLE.

No 14
(Symbol) TO THE GLORIOUS MEMORY OF THE WELLINGTON OFFICERS AND MEN OF THE MEDICAL SERVICE WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR, 1914-18.
"Aliis Succurrendo Perierunt Ipsi."

No 15
"THE NURSES' BELL."
DEDICATED TO THE NEW ZEALAND NURSES AND V.A.D.'S WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE IN THE GREAT WAR, 1914-18. BY THE NEW ZEALAND NURSES.

No 16
"LE QUESNOY."
(N.Z. RIFLE BRIGADE).

No 17
"UBIQUE."
"D" BATTERY.
1867-1921.

No 18
"VAILIMA."
IN MEMORY OF OFFICERS, N.C.O.'S, AND MEN OF THE 5th (WELLINGTON) REGT WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR, 1914-18.
"Virtutis Fortuna Comes."

No 19
"THE NEW ZEALAND PERMANENT FORCES BELL."
DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF ALL OFFICERS, WARRANT OFFICERS, N.C.O.'S, AND MEN OF THE NEW ZEALAND PERMANENT MILITARY FORCES WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THE EMPIRE. 1914-18.

No 20
"ABRAHAM HEIGHTS."
IN MEMORY OF EDWARD (TED) LEVY. Given by his Mother, FRANCES LEVY.

No 22
"LA BASSEE."
IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM TRENTON DOUGHTY.
Given by his Mother.

No 23
"LA VACQUERIE."
IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM DARCY DAVIES. Given by MARGARET DAVIES.

No 24
"MAHARA."
IN MEMORY OF FREDERICK FRANCIS MARSHALL and ALBERT GERARD MARSHALL.
Given by their Parents, FRANK AND MAY MARSHALL.

No 25
"CODFORD."
IN MEMORY OF GARFIELD ALEXANDER WARIN and NURSE KATHLEEN MARY HOLLIS.
Given by JAMES GORDON FINLAY.

No 26
"YPRES."
IN MEMORY OF GEORGE FODEN ROOKING HALL.
Given by GEORGE A. H. HALL and FAMILY.

No 27
"BAGDAD."
IN MEMORY OF CHARLES CYRIL PONTIN TANNER.
Given by his Sisters, DOROTHY TANNER and GWYNETH LAIRD.

No 28
"SUVLA BAY."
IN MEMORY OF HENRY BARNARD and CHARLES VALENTINE BARNARD.
Given by their Mother. HELENA M. BARNARD.

No 29
"FRICOURT."
IN MEMORY OF PERCY GEORGE ALFRED TALBOT.
Given by his Mother, MARY TALBOT.

No 30
"KRITHIA."
IN MEMORY OF ATEO FRANDI.
Given by his Sister.

No 31
"CAMBRAI."
IN MEMORY OF GEORGE SIMPSON.
Given by his Father. WILLIAM JAMES SIMPSON, and FAMILY.

No 32
"CHUNUK BAIR."
IN MEMORY OF ROY WILSON LAMBERT.
Given by his Sisters and Brothers.

No 33
IN MEMORY OF WATKIN ELDRIDGE LEWIS, TOM ELDRIDGE LEWIS, and SAMUEL ELDRIDGE LEWIS.
Given by THEIR SISTERS AND BROTHERS.

No 34
"HEBUTERNE."
IN MEMORY OF RAYMOND SHIRLEY McHARDIE, CLARENCE VIVIAN McHARDIE,and CYRIL JAMES McHARDIE.
Given by their Father, JAMES McHARDIE.

No 35
"RONGOMAI."
IN MEMORY OF CECIL ERNEST WEBB and ARTHUR LLEWELLYN WEBB.
Given by RELATIVES.

No 36
"HIGHWOOD."
IN MEMORY OF FREDERICK ARTHUR ALLEN
Given by his Parents.

No 37
"BEAUMONT HAMEL."
IN MEMORY OF KENNETH OWEN DE CENT and HUGH EDWARD WOOD.
Given by NORMAN GORDON DE CENT and MARJORIE L. F. DE CENT.

No 38
"ANNEUX."
IN MEMORY OF JOHN DALE BENNETT.
Given by his Parents.

No 39
"BELLEVUE."
IN MEMORY OF GEORGE WILLIAM NIAS.
Given by his Mother

No 40
"COUIN."
IN MEMORY OF LAURENCE HARVEY BUTLER.
Given by his Mother.

No 41
"HAVRINCOURT."
IN MEMORY OF GEORGE ALBERT JOHNSON.
Given by ANNIE, ETHEL and FLORA CHRISTINA JOHNSON.

No 42
"LONGUEVAL."
IN MEMORY OF HUGH COLLINS.
Given by his Father ANDREW COLLINS.

No 43
"BAPAUME."
IN MEMORY OF JAMES BRIAN ANDERSON.
Given by his Aunt ANNE ANDERSON.

No 44
"FLERS."
IN MEMORY OF IAN COMPTON CLARK and JOHN COMPTON KEASBERRY.
Given by LOUISA ELIZABETH CLARK and ANNIE aud CECIL KEASBERRY.

No 45
"HILL 60."
IN MEMORY OF ROLAND LESLIE WARD.
Given by his Mother, JOAN E. WARD.

No 46
"MAMETZ."
IN MEMORY OF WALTER ANDERSON HOLMES.
Given by his Family.

No 47
"ARMENTIERES."
IN MEMORY OF ROBERT JOHN COOK.
Given by SUSAN COOK.

No 48
"GAIZENCOURT."
IN MEMORY OF PERCY WILLIAM SKELLEY
Given by AGNES SALMOND SKELLEY and CLAUDE H. T. SKELLEY.

No 49
"DELVILLE WOOD."
IN MEMORY OF ALFRED MELISS STUART. Given by his Mother.

It is not sure what happened to Bell No 21 ?



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