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Husband: Albert Henry HAYNES died at age: 81 Born: 22-Feb-1883 in Christchurch, CBY, NZ. 1 Education: 20-Aug-1888 - 18-Dec-1896 Prebbleton School. 2 (see note 1) Occupation: 1922 Builder / Cabinet Maker 3 Military: 15-Nov-1916 40809 - C. Company, 23rd Div. Canterbury Infantry Regiment. 4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 (see note 2, 3) Resided: 12-Apr-1924 in 55 Rosewarnes Road, Papanui (see note 4) Resided: 22-Feb-1953 in 99 Tedder Avenue, New Brighton. 13 Died: 27-May-1964 in Christchurch, CBY, NZ. 1 Buried: __-May-1964 in Ruru Lawn Cemetery, Christchurch, CBY, NZ. 14 Probate: 19-Jun-1964 in CAHX CH171 744/64 15 Father: William HAYNES (1852 - 1938) Mother: Ellen DOWNEY (1864 - 1936) Other spouse 1 Notes
Wife: Mabel May HAZELL died at age: 77 Married: 1946 in NZ. 16
Born: 1884 - 1889 Immigrated: 1916 in NZ. Died: 28-Apr-1961 in Christchurch, CBY, NZ. 17,18 Buried: 01-May-1961 in Ruru Lawn Cemetery, Christchurch, CBY, NZ. 19,18 Father: Mother: Notes
Sources: (1) Priv - Ross HAYNES, Christchurch. Jan 92. Ross HAYNES, 10A Lynfield St., Avonhead, Christchurch. Jan 92. (2) New Zealand Society of Genealogists, NZSG Index V5.0 (NZSG / 2008), School records - APW - Prebbleton 1888. (3) NZ Register General Office., Marriages, NZ Register of . (NZRGO /), Marr:- 1922/3009. 5217/1922/783 Cert nr 549. [CiH] (4) NZ Army - NZEF., Attestation for General Service - E.F. Form No2 (NZ Army / 1916.). Mil - HAYNES A.H. - Attestation - 1916. "Questions to be put to the recruit". The questions include "How long have your parents resided in N.Z.?" (38 yrs) and where parents born. -, Mil - HAYNES A.H. - Attestation - 1916. [CiH] (5) NZ Army - NZEF., Military History Sheet - Form No8. (NZ Army / 1916.). Mil - HAYNES A.H. - MHS. This form contains scant information, dated 16/11/1916. -, Other documents suggest Albert's service was from 2/4/1917 to /5/1919. -, Mil - HAYNES A.H. - MHS. [CiH] (6) NZ Army - NZEF., Medical History - Form No4. (NZ Army / 1916.). This form contains basic information about the first medical exam. The only details are of age (33), occupation, height & weight and vacc'n marks. Enlistment date & Coy indicated - dated 19/11/1916. -, Mil - HAYNES A.H. - Medical. [CiH] (7) NZ Army - NZEF., Casualty Form - Active Service (NZ Army / 1919.). Mil - HAYNES A.H. - Casualty Form 1919, This documant describes Embarkations, movements & campaigns along with hospital admisions. - Gives enlistment & service dates. Mil - HAYNES A.H. - Casualty Form. [CiH] (8) NZ Army - NZEF., Certificate of Discharge - B.R. Form No207A. (NZ Army / 1919.). -sat- No 48412 - 12/5/1919. Private in Canterbury Inf. Reg't. Service abroad from 2 Apr 1917 to 1 May 1919 = 2yrs 20 days. Discharged 15 May 1919. Describes soldier on enlistment & age = 33-8/12 yrs. Mil - HAYNES A.H. - Discharge Cert. [CiH] (9) NZ Army - NZDF., Memo - No6/33/1 (NZ Defence Forces / 1919.). Mil - HAYNES A.H. - Memo 1919. This memo is application & approval for Albert to keep greatcoat - Value 2-0s-6d. - From Canterbury Military District, Headquarters No 9 area. Total credit was 8-4s-6d. Dated 23/5/1919. , Mil - HAYNES A.H. - Memo 1919. [CiH] (10) Department of Internal Affairs, Notification of Death (Internal Affairs / 1964). Mil - HAYNES A.H. - DEATH, This form advises the Army Department of the death of Albert by the Department of Internal Affairs, dated 18/6/1964. NoK is given by Mr. G, HINES, 34 Celia St. Chch. 6. Albert's DoB is 22/2/1883. Albert's Rank is given as Lance- corporal. -, Mil - HAYNES A.H. - DEATH. [CiH] (11) NZ Army - NZEF., History Sheet (2) (NZ Army / 1924). This history sheet daed 29/10/1924 after completion of medal actions and includes death date & next address. It tells of France & Belgium service. -, Mil - HAYNES A.H. - History Sheet (2) [CiH] (12) NZ Army - NZDF., Memo - No6/33/1 (NZ Defence Forces / 1919.). Mil - HAYNES A.H. - Memo 1919. This memo is application & approval for Albert to keep greatcoat - Value 2-0s-6d. - From Canterbury Military District, Headquarters No 9 area. Total credit was 8-4s-6d. Dated 23/5/1919. (13) Christchurch City Council, Drivers Licence (CCC/-), Drivers Lic. No.3254 -1954. (14) NZSG - CBY Br, Cemetery M.I. Transcripts (NZSG - CBY Br /2002). Books of transcribed Memorial Inscriptions & Headstones. -atc- Ann Dorothy 1892-1944. Also 40809, L/Cpl. A.H. HAYNES Canterbury Reg't, d. 27 May 1964 , a. 81. Ruru Cem Transcript. Block 33 , Plot 201. (15) New Zealand Society of Genealogists, NZSG KIWI Collection V2 (NZSG / 2015). Agency:- CAHX. Series:- CH 171. Accession:- Probate Number:- 744/64. Filed Date:- 19 Jun 1964. NZSG Indexed Probates. (16) NZSG, NZ Marriages 1836 - 1956. ver 2., Marr. 1946 / Fo 12670. (17) NZ-RGO, NZ BDM Online (Department of Internal Affairs). Birth, Death and Marriage Historical Records website, https://www.bdmhistoricalrecords.dia.govt.nz/, Used to be NZ-RGO. Details of search INDEX only. Death:- 1961/25511. (18) Christchurch City Council, Cemeteries database (CCC/various), Burial:- CCC, 1961/BLK38/Plot324. (19) Diane Willson (Ed), NZ. Burial Locator Ver 2. (NZSG / 2009), BUR 1961- - Ruru Christchurch Q10.14. Event Notes Note (1) 1888 - Rge Nr 461.: Note (2) -nmil- Many Army documents record "Lance Corporal" (L/Cpl) whereas the discharge simply indicates Private (Pvte). History Sheet (2) shows the appointment date as 15/10/1918. - -nmil- See Photo of Leander & Walter with Albert HAYNES. - Note (3) Passchendaele, 31 JULY - 6 NOVEMBER 1917 . Le Quesnoy, - - - - - - - - - - - = < A href= "http://www.nzdf.mil.nz/news/feature-stories/20070724-pwiaa.htm">Third Battle of Ypres === The Third Battle of Ypres, which is often referred to as Passchendaele, began on 31 July 1917 and continued until November 1917. The aim of the battle was to break through the German defences and capture Passchendaele Ridge, then drive north to the Belgian coast and capture the German submarine bases there. After three months of fierce fighting the village was finally taken by the Canadian forces, but the Allies suffered around 300,000 casualties, and the Germans almost a quarter of a million. ============================================== = http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/war/le-quesnoy/new-zealand-and-le-quesnoy ========== Just a week before the end of the First World War in November 1918, the New Zealand Division captured the French town of Le Quesnoy. It was the New Zealanders' last major action in the war. To this day, the town of Le Quesnoy continues to mark the important role that New Zealand played in its history. Streets are named after New Zealand places, there is a New Zealand memorial and a primary school bears the name of a New Zealand soldier. Visiting New Zealanders are sure to receive a warm welcome from the locals. The Germans held Le Quesnoy for almost the entire war, from August 1914 through to its dramatic liberation on 4 November 1918. The New Zealanders scaled the ladders they set against the ancient walls of the town and took the remaining Germans as prisoners. =========================================== Note (4) Renamed Aorangi Road in 1926. ""Christchurch Street Names"" files at Christchurch City Library. Name Index