Burrow R


R Burrow
ForenamesReginald Hadderton
WarWorld War 1, 1914-1918
Service No.31065
Date of Birth26 April 1887
Place of BirthLichfield, Staffordshire, England
ReligionChurch of England
First Known RankTrooper
Occupation before EnlistmentFarmer
Next of KinR. E. Burrow (father), Piopio, New Zealand
Marital StatusSingle
Enlistment Date22 August 1916
Age on Enlistment29
Body of Embarkation21st Reinforcements Mounted Rifles Brigade
Embarkation Date8 February 1917
Place of EmbarkationWellington, New Zealand
DestinationSuez, Egypt
Nominal Roll Number53
Page on Nominal Roll1
Last Unit ServedAuckland Mounted Rifles
Place of DeathPalestine
Date of Death31 October 1917
Age at Death30
Year of Death1917
Cause of DeathDied of Wounds
CemeteryBeersheba War Cemetery
Grave ReferenceB. 52
Memorial NameAuckland War Memorial Museum, World War 1 Hall of Memories
Biographical NotesReginald Burrow was the son of Richard E and Emily L Burrow
of Piopio, Te Kuiti, Hamilton, New Zealand. Native of Staffs,
The 1911 Electoral Roll for Taumarunui, has Reginald Hadderton
Burrow, a farmer, residing at Mangaotaki.
Archives NZ sourceMilitary personnel file.
Probate file.
Sources UsedCommonwealth War Graves Commission.
Nominal Rolls of New Zealand Expeditionary Force Volume III.

Wellington: Govt. Printer, 1918

New Zealand Society of Genealogists. ‘New Zealand Elections,
Five Significant Rolls’ CD.
New Zealand Society of Genealogists, “Kiwi Index”.
Additional InformationManuka then transfer to Morea at Sydney and Mashobra at
Bombay for Suez.
Description of ImageAuckland War Memorial Museum, World War 1 Hall of Memories
Panel Burns, T. R. R.  – Burton, E. (photo J Halpin 2010).

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