Anzac’s Family History And a 102-Year-Old Handkerchief

Posted by Jean-Yves on May 17, 2017
 

A single 102-year-old handkerchief has united the families of three soldiers who fought in World War I.

Dee Uren-Perry, of Invercargill, said a year ago she was none-the-wiser about the significance of her great-great uncle’s legacy. She and her brother Warren Perry, of Dunedin, started researching their family history several years ago and discovered a relative George Thomas Uren who was killed in World War I on May 2, 1915.

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