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Herbert wall

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  • 1. Herbert Wall
  • 2. His Family Laurence Wall on the left going to war. The man beside him is his Dad Herbert Wall and also Laurence's brother Ron.
  • 3. Herbert's Hut Herbert and his son Laurence built this hut at a place called cherry Orchard.
  • 4. This is about Herbert's school days
  • 5. This is Herbert's war pension
  • 6. His Life Herbert and his parents came to New Zealand for him to do his schooling. After Herbert finished school they all went back to England to help with the war effort. In England Herbert met his future wife Ada Herricks. Herbert came back to New Zealand to work in the NZ wars forces. Then in 1918 after the 1st world war he went back to England and married Ada. Then they both came to NZ to live. They had three children,
  • 7. WW1 My great nana Edna and two brothers Ron and Laurence. Ada died very young leaving her children at 11,12 and 14 years of age. The two brothers went to an orphanage and Edna was looked after by the Scott family at Otahu flat, Southland. Herbert's life was shattered and he became a gold prospecter and farmer.
  • 8. THE END BY JACKSON HUNTER

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