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Hunter Page Fairbairn (1893 - 1915)

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Hunter Page Fairbairn
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Died in Gallipolli, Turkeymap
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Categories: Wounded in Action, New Zealand, World War I | Died of Wounds, New Zealand, World War I | Gallipoli 1915 | New Zealand Army, World War I.


Private Hunter Fairbairn served in the New Zealand Army in World War I

  • Private Hunter died on board the HMHS Gascon, (Hospital Ship) of wounds received at Gallipolli on 3 May 1915. He was noted as being the son of James and Amelia Fairbairn, of Hunt Street, Andersons Bay, Dunedin, NZ.


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