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Records in this collection
- Anzac Memorial Records
- Australian Contingent: History of the Patriotic Movement in New South Wales
- Australian Contingents to South Africa
- Australian Imperial Force Embarkation Roll 1914-1918
- Australian Imperial Force Nominal Roll 1914-1918
- Australian Imperial Force Roll of Honour 1914-1919
- Australia's Fighting Sons of the Empire (NSW, QLD, WA)
- Bank of New South Wales (Roll of Honour)
- Book of Remembrance of the University of Sydney, 1914-1918
- British Garrison Deserters in South Australia
- Defenders of New Zealand and Maori History
- Education Department War Service, 1914-1917
- New South Wales Roll of Honour
- New South Wales, Government railways and tramways Roll of Honour, 1914-1919
- New Zealand Boer War Servicemen
- New Zealand Division, 1916-1919
- New Zealand military pensions 1900-1902
- New Zealand War Medal Roll
- New Zealand Wars officers and men killed 1860-1870
- New Zealand Wars: The Maori Campaigns
- New Zealand WW1 Soldiers
- New Zealanders and the Boer War
- Queensland, Tuberculosis Home Applications 1923-1932
- Queenslanders Who Fought in the Great War
- South Australia Boer War Contingents
- South Australia Boxer Rebellion Contingent
- South Australia, Heroes of the Great War Chronicle Newspaper 1915-1919
- Tasmania’s War Record 1914-1918
- Tasmanians in the Boer War
- War Services - 'Old Melburnians Society'
NEW ZEALAND WW1 SOLIDERS
This index of 288,526 New Zealand First World War service personnel is a valuable tool for searching your family history if any of your ancestry involves the New Zealand military. It contains information from the following sources:
These are the four volumes of the embarkation rolls of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force 1914-1919 produced by the Government Printer, Wellington. They cover both male and female service personnel. Further information on any particular entry can be obtained from the National Archives Wellington, 10 Mulgrave Street, Thorndon, Wellington www.archives.govt.nz
First Division Roll of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force Reserve
The New Zealand Government created this list in September 1916. It includes men, natural-born British subjects, between 20 and 46 years of age, who are unmarried, or who married since 1st May 1915 and have no child under 16 by a previous marriage, or who are widowers with no children under 16, or who are divorced or judicially separated from their wives and have no children under 16 years of age.
Second Division Roll of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force Reserve
The New Zealand Government created this list from August to October 1917. The classification is based on the number of children of a reservist:
• Class A - Reservists who have no children or who failed to provide adequate maintenance for their children
• Class B - Reservists who have one child
• Class C - Reservists who have two children
• Class D - Reservists who have three children
• Class E - Reservists who have four children
• Class F - Reservists who have five or more children
Native Reserve Lists
These lists are from the New Zealand Gazette 1918.
Military Defaulters List
This index was created from lists published in the New Zealand Gazettes of 1919 to 1921.
New Zealanders who served with the Australian Imperial Force
The Government Printer produced these nominal rolls in 1915 and 1916.
In 1996, Faye Guthrie of Victoria compiled from various lists held at National Archives Wellington an index of New Zealanders who served with British and other Forces. Later, more information came to hand and the names and regiments have been updated where possible. Therefore, the records will show the category as based on the Guthrie Index.
This index was created by Lt Col Neil C Smith of Mostly Unsung Military History Research and Publications, Melbourne from records held at Archives of the Australian War Memorial and the Australian Department of Defence Army Office of New Zealanders who served with the Australian Forces. There are similar entries to the NZ lists but also many additional entries.
In 2002, John Halpin of Auckland undertook research at the Public Record Office (now The National Archives) in Kew, England and created an index of those New Zealanders who served with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve.
British Section NZEF
The names of these soldiers are from an undated list held by the National Archives Wellington. The names are, as far as can be ascertained, those who enlisted in England and embarked for Egypt on 12th December 1914. Information about each person is from the National Archives Wellington, 10 Mulgrave Street, Thorndon, Wellington www.archives.govt.nz
Christine Liava'a compiled this list of soldiers who left Fiji on 5th August 1918 per Talune for the Narrow Neck Camp, Devonport, Auckland. Information about each person is from the National Archives Wellington, 10 Mulgrave Street, Thorndon, Wellington www.archives.govt.nz
Roll Of Honour Section 3
These names are from Section 3 of the Roll of Honour, The Great War 1914-1918, published by W A G Skinner, Government Printer, 1924. It contains the names of those who died from accident occurring, or disease contracted, while training with or attached to the New Zealand Expeditionary Forces in New Zealand. Information about each person is from the National Archives Wellington, 10 Mulgrave Street, Thorndon, Wellington www.archives.govt.nz
Compiled by Terry Stock, these names are from various sources including New Zealand Archives and others researching military history. Information about each person is from the National Archives Wellington, 10 Mulgrave Street, Thorndon, Wellington www.archives.govt.nz.