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First and Second World War memorial to soldiers from the Marshland area, north of Christchurch.
Robert George Cox (Service no. 6/1023) was a First World War soldier with links to Marshland, Christchurch.
War memorial on Witch Hill, Port Hills, Christchurch.
Hector Rhind (Service no. 6/1967) a First World War soldier with links to Lyttelton and Heathcote.
These are the stories of those young men with close links to New Brighton who fought and died in the First World War.
These are the stories of those young men with close links to Peterborough Street who fought in the First World War.
These are the stories of those young men with close links to Burwood who fought and died in the First World War.
Named after the bishopric of Cashel. The early days of Canterbury, pp 43-44 says it is named after Rt. Rev. Robert Daly, Bishop of Cashel and Waterford (d. 1872). This
Cranmer Square
Named after the English bishopric of Worcester.
This lists the First World War 1 soldiers recorded on the Upper Riccarton Memorial Library Roll of Honour
Established in 1863 within a loop of the Avon River, the Christchurch Botanic Gardens have always been once of Christchurch’s best loved places.
Sidney Reed (Service no. 38981) was a First World War soldier with links to Heathcote.
Francis Herbert Jackson (Service no. 16410) was a First World War soldier with links to Heathcote.
Probably named after a street in Oxford, England, The High
Named after a colonial Anglican bishopric in Ceylon.
North Hagley Park (87.17 hectares) is the section of Hagley Park lying to the south of Harper Avenue.
Stephen Radcliffe Archer (Service Number 7/509) was a First World War soldier with links to the suburb of Fendalton.