|Anzac Day Service focuses on alumni killed at Gallipoli|
Old students of Lincoln University (Canterbury Agricultural College as it then was) who lost their lives at Gallipoli in the First World War were the special focus of attention at this year’s Lincoln Community Anzac Day Service, held in the Lincoln Event Centre.
It was pre-arranged for Lincoln University staff member Dr Mark Wilson of the Agribusiness and Commerce Faculty, who had travelled to Gallipoli as a tour historian with a visitor party, to record a video message at the Lone Pine Memorial where the names of the first three former students are inscribed on the monument. The video message was recorded and sent to the University a couple of days before Anzac Day and screened at the service. Dr Wilson indicated the names on the monument of Corporal Leonard Richard Grimwade, aged 23, Corporal Donald Lane, aged 23, and Private Harold Harding, aged 20. They have no known individual graves. All served with the Auckland Infantry Regiment.
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