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Oscar Frederick Anderson, who served in World War One, was the son of Mrs H Segren (formerly Anderson, North Street, Palmerston North. He enlisted in the Wellington Mounted Rifles and rose to be Lance Corporal. He died 9 August 1915, at Chunuk Bair, Turley, and is buried there. His name appears on the War Memorial in The Square, Palmerston North.

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2009N_A69_WAR_2217
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Trooper O Anderson
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Public Photograph Collection A 69
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Palmerston North
Date
circa 1914

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Palmerston North City Library

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