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Alex was a flax worker of Waikanae, Shannon and Tokomaru prior to world war one. He was a brother of Bill and Tom Dalzell, well known "flaxies" and millers of the Manawatu. Alex died of influenza in England, 1919.

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Alex Dalzell
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Alex Dalzell
Private James Roy Campbell Stewart
Lance Corporal Dalton
Officer Cook
Robert Carville Bett
Captain H. Palmer
Sergeant George Kendall
Lance Corporal R.C. Bett
Soldier with Bicycle, Victoria Drive
Troops relaxing at Hokowhitu Rifle Range
Private Harold Leonard Hart
Private Herbert Valentine Petersen

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Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
Manawatu
Te rā
circa 1913 to circa 1919

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Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Alex Dalzell
Private James Roy Campbell Stewart
Lance Corporal Dalton
Officer Cook
Robert Carville Bett
Captain H. Palmer
Sergeant George Kendall
Lance Corporal R.C. Bett
Soldier with Bicycle, Victoria Drive
Troops relaxing at Hokowhitu Rifle Range
Private Harold Leonard Hart
Private Herbert Valentine Petersen

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