Dillon, Bernard James - Service No: 4325
Awarded the Military Medal for action in a night raid on 1/2 July 1916 in France. View details for Dillon, Bernard James
Looking for relations
Philip was a grand-uncle of mine. I’m interested in finding relatives in Australia. His family in Ireland lost contact with Philip in the 1920s and I understand that he died sometime in the 1930s. If anyone has information on his latter years, please contact me. Brendan Bolger (bolgerb [at] itcarlow.ie) View details for Bolger, Philip
Granddaughter can be contacted at p.gkelly [at] bigpond.net.au View details for Dawes, Richard
I am so pleased to find out something about my maternal grandfather and will post a photo soon. View details for Berry, Frank
Ernest George Hargreaves
I am related to Ernest George and believe he was born in Sale, Victoria. View details for Hargreaves, Ernest George
Cpl Frederick Charles Aylott, MM
Fred Aylott from Ipswich, Qld, was awarded a Military Medal for bravery at Villers-Bretonneux, France, on the 24-25 April 1918. He was wounded in the action and subsequently lost his arm. He returned to Ipswich and died on the 20 November 1964. View details for Aylott, Frederick Charles
Lake, Willaim Hepram
The christian names for this person who is my grandfather is William Hyram not Willaim Hepram. View details for Lake, Willaim Hepram
Thomas Edgar Jones
Thomas Edgar Jones is the brother of Darrell Arundle Jones View details for Jones, Thomas Edgar
Lieutenant Ralph Doughty M.C.
On Ralph’s attestation paper it shows that he enlisted as a bombardier on the 24 August 1914, with the 2nd Battery, 1st F.A.B. and was allotted army number 193 (showing how close he was to being one of the first to sign on). His initial training was in Australia before he embarked for overseas service from Sydney, New South Wales on board the Transport A8 Argyllshire on the 18 October...
William F Gray
Found out my great uncle was in the Anzacs in WWI and that he died in 1917. Family still live in Peterhead. View details for Gray, William Fordyce
James William FRANCIS No 4305
James William FRANCIS was born on 8 July 1888 in Ipswich and in 1896 he was enrolled in the Ma Ma Creek State School. From 1907 to 1910 he leased an agricultural farm at Flagstone Creek, next to that of his brother, John. About 1910 his father moved into a business in Laidley. Jim went to work with him as a blacksmith. On 4 January 1916, at the age of 17, Jim enlisted (Private No. 4305) in the...
McDonald Hunter Davies
I am the daughter of John Colin Davies who was the second son of Mac Davies. His eldest son, Alan, is now deceased and his third son, Stanley, is still living. John Davies has three children, Michael, Frances and Caroly, all married. View details for Davies, McDonald Hunter
F.F. Connors - birth place
Boolcoomatta, South Australia, 7 May 1892 View details for Connors, Frank Freer
Albert Charles Prentice
Born in Bendigo. He was a miner and moved to Broken Hill with his wife and two children prior to the breakout of WWI. His younger brother enlisted at the age of 19, and was severely injured at Gallipoli. Can’t be certain this is why Albert enlisted, although he did. Albert enlisted in Keswick SA in 1915 and was with 10th Btn having been transferred to 50th Btn in Feb 1916. Albert was KIA at...
Saul, Francis Isaac
Pete’s grandfather View details for Saul, Francis Isaac
Leslie Walter Bain
Leslie Walter Bain was born on in Seymour, Victoria in 1891. He was the second child born to William John Bain (1864-1930) and Annie Maria Davies (1866-1898). The marriage certificate of William and Annie state that they were married in the Methodist Parsonage in Benalla on the 22 November 1888. William’s occupation was listed as a carpenter. Four children were born to William and Annie....
Some data and corrections
1. Born Kilrea (as per personal file) 2. Brother Hugh DOOLE enlisted into 9th Bn View details for Doole, John Hunter
Some details re: Frank Freer Connors
49th Btn. WWI enlistment number 3265. Regimental number 3265. Religion: Roman Catholic. Occupation: Turner - Place of work Ipswich Railway workshops. Marital status: Single. Age at embarkation: 23. Next of kin: Mother, Mrs M Connors, Lawry Street, Ipswich. Queensland Enlistment date 26 July 1915. Rank on enlistment: Private. Unit name 9th Battalion, 11th Reinforcement. AWM Embarkation Roll...
Some details re: Patrick Foley
Worked for Nestles in Esk. WWI service: 26th Battalion enlisted number 4135, appears on Toogoolawah war memorial Policeman - won soldier settler block in Atherton and became a farmer. Brothers Michael and Timothy - father was Michael Foley Farrier and Joanna Moriaethy. Regimental number 4135. Place of birth: Kilorglin county Kerry Ireland. Other training: Nil. Age on arrival in Australia: 23. ...
Some details re: J H Connors
Born Herberton North Queensland. Worked as a wardsman in Townsville before enlistment in 3rd and 5th Field Ambulance WWI. Awards - MM.
My Grandfather’s war grave is at Crouy, France. View details for Taylor, Albert Edward
19 Infantry Battalion - 18 to 21 Reinforcements (November 1916 - February 1918) View details for Stack, Edward Michael
Edward Michael Stack
Edward Michael Stack, born in Parkes, NSW, was the father of my father, Francis Patrick Stack, and my grandfather. Sadly, we have little information about him, except that provided by his service record. His father, Edward was a pioneer in the Parkes district and owned a produce store in the town, Edward junior helped him in that business. View details for Stack, Edward Michael
Bill Rose was my grandmother’s fiancé. She was an AIF nursing sister on Lemnos Island. She gave me his sergeant’s stripes and photograph. She later married my grandfather who also served in the AIF and was friend of Bill Rose. When they were chidlren my mother and aunt visited his parents’ home in Strathfield. View details for Rose, William Henry Christian
Hugh McArdle born Molong
Birth place is incorrect, Hugh was born in Molong not Orange. View details for McArdle, Hugh Philip
William Patrick Quinn same as William Cuff Quinn
The listing for William Patrick Quinn appears to be a duplicate. Why these records are showing two different enlistment locations is a mystery. View details for Quinn, William Patrick
Mark Henry Thrum
Married to Lillian May Harwood View details for Thrum, Mark Henry