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Randolph Griffin (Service no. 6/3334) was a First World War Soldier with links to Woolston
Wilfred Morgan (Service no. 41598) was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton
Built 1933
Entrance in Beatty Street. Bridge Reserve and South New Brighton Park have been referred to historically as Kibblewhite Reserve, Bridge Reserve, Dog Bay, Pleasant Point Domain, Jellicoe Park, and South
Daresbury was originally a 50 room house surrounded by 25acres of gardens It was designed by Christchurch architect Samuel Hurst Seager [1855–1933] in the neo-Tudor Domestic Revival style for local
The club began in 1964 to meet a perceived need for a football club in the area and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014.
Edward Terence Joseph Moyna (Service no. 52688) was a First World War soldier with links to the Waltham and Halswell areas.
William Frederick Irving (Service no. 80167) was a First World War soldier with links to Halswell
Duncan Thomas Gillespie (Service no. 6/2630) was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton
Originally a track which was used by bullock drays to draw firewood etc. out of Kennedy's Bush and Hoon Hay Bush. Named after Thomas Kennedy (1819-1881). Formerly Quarry Road. Named because it
Travis Armitage (Service no. 26/381) was a First World War soldier with links to New Brighton
Anthony Hugh Hanmer (Service Number 7/515) was a First World War soldier with links to the suburb of Woolston.
Edwin Grandison Cochrane (Service no. 6/25) was First World War soldier with connections to New Brighton.
Ernest Arthur Danesbury Manhire (Service no. 40825) was a First World War soldier with links to Hornby
Cyril Carey (Service no. 6/ 3959) was a First World War soldier associated with the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church
Leo Marcus Gregory was called up for service with the Expeditionary Force Reserves and has links to Manchester Street.