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These are the stories of those young men with close links to Peterborough Street who fought in the First World War.
Reginald Calvert was a soldier in the First World War whose family had lived in the Wharenui, Riccarton area
Frank Linton Buttle (Service no. 6/945) was a First World War soldier.
Thomas (Harry) Lane was a former pupil of Wharenui School and resident of the Riccarton area who served in the First World War
Roll of Honour board located at Wharenui School to recognise former students and staff of the school who served in the First World War
William Albert Christie (Service no. 64939) was a First World War soldier and former employee of Christchurch City Council
Arthur Beveridge (Service no. 23667) was a First World War soldier and former employee of Christchurch City Council.
Edgar Egidio Di Rago (Service no. 39032) was a First World War soldier and former employee of Christchurch City Council
Lists officers who served in the First World War, 1914-1918.  This board was located in the City Council offices. Later it was moved to Our City (the former City Council
Albert Wilson (Service no. 39135 ) was a First World War soldier and former employee of Christchurch City Council.
Mary-Ann's experience on 22 February 2011 in the McKenzie and Willis building
I know I have been blasé about the September quake, but I doubt there's a single soul who could be about this one. I can give you the facts -
Christchurch chartered accountant Stephen O’Connell, whose offices were based in the BNZ building at 137 Armagh Street recalls 24 hours from around midday on 22 February 2011
Notes written on March 3rd, 2011 about the February earthquake and aftershocks. A hastily written sign on a big piece of cardboard that says ‘free water, bring your own container",
This is the story of my sister , 86 yr old Miss Grace Heyward who was trapped in a collapsed building.Saved from a collapsed restaurant Christchurch major earthquake. 22 February
The brandy bottle has been pulled out of the emergency box and is half empty. I find myself unfamiliarly stuck for words today. The September quake wasn't hard to write
I was on my lunchbreak and walking back to work in Spreydon when I couldn't walk or stand up. I thought I was fainting but was being thrown in all
My experience of February 22 2011 - The day of the earthquake, my husband had just arrived at my work, bringing my 8 month old son Logan in for lunch.
from Sophie, age 10, Banks Avenue School