Location: Hari Hari, Westland District, West Coast, New Zealand
Surnames/tags: cemeteries new_zealand
A free-space page to record interments and memorials at Hari Hari Cemetery.
Hari Hari Cemetery
Hari Hari is a small rural settlement in the south west of the West Coast region of New Zealand's South Island. The name has a Maori meaning, from Te Aka Maori/English Dictionary, as "to take/carry joy" or, as local legend suggests, "come together in unison" from a Maori canoe paddling chant/song.
The cemetery is situated at the southern end of Hari Hari, on the main road passing through the settlement, SH6.
On the War Memorial Gates, at the entrance, a plaque memorialises the 11 local men who lost their lives during World War 1, and the 5 men who died during World War 2. NZ History
Main Road (SH6),
Hari Hari 7884
GPS coordinates: -43.15014, 170.55761
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