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Predicate Object 02 Oct 2006 2006-10-02T00:00:00.000Z 2006-10-02T00:00:00.000Z 2006.86.7 Collection of Auckland Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira, 2006.86.7 2006-09-06T00:00:00.000Z 1 2020-12-21T08:47:35.293Z 9E 65 Pipe Band medal awarded to Jock S Sutherland, [St Andrews] 1910 Presentation text: MARCHES / 2nd Prize / St. Andrews / Won by / J.S. SUTHERLAND / 1910 6/560 2nd Lieut. Jock Sutherland, Canterbury Infantry Battalion John Sutherland, also known as Jock, was born in Dunedin on November 26, 1886, to David and Margaret Sutherland (nee Mitchell) and was living at Waimate when he enlisted as a private with the Canterbury Infantry Battalion soon after the outbreak of war. He left New Zealand on 6th October 1914 with the Main Body. By the end of the war Jock Sutherland had attained the rank of 2nd Lieutenant, and he married Helen Clifford, in Somerset on 1st January 1919, before his return to New Zealand. His son, Ross St Clair Sutherland served during WW2. [Pipe Band] medal awarded to Jock Sutherland, 1910 silver and gold medal in form of shield; ring suspension with green, blue, yellow and red tartan ribbon markings: obverse: initials engraved on central gold shield : "JS" reverse: engraved presentation text: MARCHES / 2nd Prize / St. Andrews / Won by / J. SUTHERLAND / 1910 maker's mark at top: STG. SILVER medal, prize
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