N.Z. Wellington Regt.
Died 5th August 1916 age 22
Occupation before Enlistment: Farmer
Next of Kin: William John Anstis (father), Omata, New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand
Body on Embarkation : New Zealand Expeditionary Force Embarkation Unit
9th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry
Battalion, B Company
Embarkation Date: 8 January 1916
Place of Embarkation: Wellington, New Zealand
Transport: HMNZT 37
Destination: Suez, Egypt
Nominal Roll Number: 21
Page on Nominal Roll: 19
Last Unit Served:Wellington Infantry Regiment
Place of Death: United Kingdom to France
Date of Death: 5 August 1916
Age at Death: 22
Year of Death: 1916
Cause of Death: Died of wounds
Cemetery Name: Netley Military Cemetery, Hampshire, England
Grave Reference: C.E. 1833.
Norman Anstis was the youngest son of William John and Lydia Charlotte Anstis, of
Westown, New Plymouth, New Zealand.He died on August 5th at the University War Hospital, Southampton. The funeral took place at Netley at 2pm on Monday August 7th. Wreaths were sent by the New Zealand Office. (Chronicles of the NZEF August 30, 1916 at P 8). Archives NZ source Military personnel file Sources Used Chronicles of the NZEF. London: NZ War ContingenAssociation.Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
Burial no 1833 Church of England
N.Z. Canterbury Regt.
Died 19th October 1915 Age 22
Raymond Wallace was wounded on the 7th August 1915in the Dardanelles and was admitted to a hospital in Malta on the 12th. From there he was transported on the hospital ship Carisbrook Castle arriving at Netley on the 3rd September. He died of enteric fever on the 19th October 1915.