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Alexander Sanson Woolley, served in World War 1. His photograph is not on display at MHS with those who died, but is included in Phil Beattie's database, suggesting he is one of the wounded sons of Francis and Jane [not Caroline] Woolley of Koromiko. The sacrifice of this family amounted to two sons who lost their lives, three sons who were wounded, and one other who served from 1915. Photograph scanned from contemporary magazine (1914-1918). ........................................................................................................................................... Email to MHS office 6 September 2014 from Margaret and Travis [woolley-windley@xtra.co.nz]. Alexander is the eldest child of Frank and Jane Woolley of Koromiko. Caroline was Frank's second wife but they did not have any children. Alexander did not die in the World War 1, his date of death was 05 July 1957. Frank and Jane had 9 children, 7 sons and 2 daughters. As recorded in The Auckland Weekly News April 4th 1918, 6 sons of Frank and Jane served in World War 1. [The two who died are:] William Francis Woolley (Frank & Jane's 8th child ) died 03 April 1918. Stanley Woolley (Frank & Janes 6th child) died 31 August 1918, Somme, France. From Margaret Woolley - Grandaughter of Alexander Sanson Woolley. .....................................................................................................................................................
Alexander Sanson Woolley -WWI ANZACS
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Alexander Sanson Woolley

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