391 Lance Corporal Hoani Te Okoro WiNeera aka John Jogles Naylor - Australian Imperial Forces
Hoani Te Okoro WiNeera was the son of Wiremu WiNeera & Hanna Cootes born in Porirua in 1888.
Hoani was registered in the Porirua School class of 1895 as John Wi Neera. Hoani’s secondary education was at the Maute College in Hawkes Bay.
On the 17th May 1915 he was in Sydney, Australia where he enlisted in the Australian Imperial Forces as 391 Private John Jogles Naylor, A Company, 18th Battalion, AIF. Private Naylor is listed as a single man employed as a labourer.[i] John Jogle Naylor is probably the 'anglisiced' version of Hoani's maori name. 
The 18th Battalion, AIF, sailed for action at Gallipoli and it is presumed that
the now Lance Corporal  Naylor was wounded in late August, early October
1915 as the Evening Post of 18th November 1915[ii] reported that ‘Lance Corporal J J Naylor had been admitted to hospital in London.’
It was while Lance Corporal Naylor was recovering he meet  
Gertrude Victoria Kemp who he married, in London, on 27th November
In March 1917 John and Gertrude Naylor registered, in London, the birth of a son Stanley Henry Naylor,[iv] their son had been born on Christmas Day 1916.

391 Temporary Sergeant John Jogles Naylor AIF 

At some stage Lance Corporal Naylor was considered fit and returned to
serve with the 39th Battalion, AIF, in France. Lance Corporal Naylor was
wounded in action and evacuated to the 2nd Casualty Clearing Station but
on the 11th February 1918 died of his wounds.
Lance Corporal Naylor is buried in the Trois Arbes Cemetery, Steenwerk,
Nord, France.

391 Lance Corporal Naylor’s grave at Trois Arbes Cemetery.
Gertrude Victoria Naylor and her son travelled to New Zealand after the end
of the war to honour a promise made to her husband that if anything
happened to him, his son would return to New Zealand[v].
In New Zealand on 4th September 1919 Gertrude married Hoani’s older
brother Te Kanawa WiNeera.[vi]
AIF military records need to be access to provide details on Lance Corporal Naylor’s
service 1915-1918.
The AIF Project: https://www.aif.adfa.edu.au/showPerson?pid=220765
The Auckland Cenotaph: http://www.aucklandmuseum.com/war-memorial/online-cenotaph/record/C132462
L/Corporal J J Naylor (Hoani Te Okoro WiNeera)_NZ War Graves Project
Sergeant J J Naylor (while a sergeant see notes) - Wineera family 
[i] 391 Lance Corporal J J Naylor: The AIF Project
[ii] Australian Casualties (18th October 1915) Evening Post
[iii] Hoani Te Okoro WiNeera: Auckland Cenotaph
[iv] Stanley H Naylor (March 1917) FreeBDMUK
[v] Oral history: unsource  Porirua
[vi] 1919/7071 Naylor / WiNeera: NZ BDM online
Graves at Trois Arbes Cemetery