Thomas Holloway

Tom Holloway was born in the Hunterville area in the 1890s. He fought with the ANZACs at Gallipoli in 1915 where he lost his right arm.
After WWI he lived in Springvale Road, Wanganui. A niece recalls that, despite the war injury, he played the piano, and had a good singing voice.
Holloway usually painted still lifes and landscapes. Sadly, his painting of the Belmont Golf Course clubhouse was destroyed recently when the building burned down.
He served on the Art Society's Council from 1928-47.
He died aged 55 on 30/10/1947, a [war] pensioner and is buried in RSA plot A 9
b.Circa 1892, d.1947


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