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97: The headstone near a whitewashed church in Rarotonga reads, "In memory of Ettie A. Hornibrook."
96: Lawrence Weathers was an undertaker by trade and a soldier by choice. He was also one of four New Zealanders awarded the Victoria Cross while serving in the Imperial Australian Army.
92: On the honours board at Dilworth School the name of one pupil - Eric Guest Ancell - is inescapable.
88: Almost 100 years after he died in the uniform of another country, soldier Alexander Ormond stands firm in relief beside the pounding Pacific.
87: Frank Twisleton loved service and he loved adventure. A Yorkshireman, the young Twisleton emigrated to New Zealand with his parents and brother Thomas in 1895.
85: Major was one of the "A" Battery commanders when a 101-gun royal salute in Auckland's Albert Park backfired in June 1911, injuring four.