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Memorials to those who died in the Maori Wars 1846

Battle Hill Cemetery

Erected by the NZ Government n memory of;
Leading Seaman William ROBERTS, HMS Calliope:
Private Thomas TUITE, 99th Regiment, Killed in Action, Battle Hill engagement, Horo-kiwi. 6-12-46:

Hutt County - Military Road Memorial.

Marks Boulcotts farm Stockade, being the most advanced post of the regular troops in 1846. Here 200 natives on 16th May under Rangihaeata's orders and led by Te Karam of the Ngati-Haua-Te-Rangi, Upper Wanganui, were repulsed by a garrison of 50 men of the 58th regiment. The bodies of 6 imperial men who fell rest nearby:
Killed: L/Cpl James DOCKRELL: Privates William ALLEN: Robert BRETT: Thomas BOLT: J MCFADDEN: T SONHAM:
Died of Wounds and Buried at Wellington: L/Sgt E INGRAM, 58th Reg: Pvte James FRENCH 99th
Accidentally killed: Sgt HICKS Armed Consty: Pvte J SWAN, Hutt Militia: