Leonard George Morgan
Eldest son to Ada Rose and William Reid Morgan of Armadale Western Australia View details for Morgan, Leonard George
7th Light Horse - 10th Reinforcement
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George Edward Howard
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Brothers in Arms
James Nash Button married Minnie Beatrice Shelley (nee Reynolds) and was brother in law to Clifford Edward Reynolds and Mervyn Walter Reynolds. View details for Button, James Nash
Phillip Gillman died in France WW1 View details for Gillman, Phillip
Brothers in Arms
Mervyn Walter Reynolds is the brother of Clifford Edward Reynolds. He was son-in-law of Louis William Reiffel. He died in 1960 from injuries received when gored by a bull. View details for Reynolds, Mervyn Walter
Brothers in Arms
Clifford Edward Reynolds and Mervyn Walter Reynolds were brothers. Cliff married in UK and had his first child there. Four Children were: Myrtle Moreen, Hazel Maude, Coral Leslie and Beverley.He died in 1949. View details for Reynolds, Clifford Edward
James Wellington Jelfs
James wellington Jelfs (junior) was born in India in 1875 and joined the army aged 14 in 1890 (north staffs) – eventually joining the Australian Imperial Force in Egypt 1914, and going to Anzac cove. Demobbed 1919. Then when he was 67 he joined the RAF! – was there no stopping this bloke?! May 11th 1944 Old Soldiers Never Die VETERAN of the Boer War and the 1914-18 War, Aircraftman J. W. Jelfs, of...
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In loving memory of a dear Father
A tribute to my loving dad Walter Hunter who was born in Young NSW on January 31st 1890. He was wounded in action by machine gun fire on 7th June 1917 at the battle of Messines. After spending the night in a shell hole he crawled back to the trenches at dawn. He was hospitalized in the UK and repatriated to Australia in October 1917. Dad left two diaries detailing his time overseas and his trip...
Joined 9/9/1914 View details for Aldersea, John
Moses Haile Fisher
Moses Haile Fisher was my Great Uncle and brother to my maternal Grandmother, Ethel May Graham (nee Fisher). I am honoured to have an Anzac in my family and give tribute to all the people who went to war to ensure our freedom. I would love to get in touch with his descendants. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org View details for Fisher, Moses Haile
Ross, Charles Gordon
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Cedric T Brown - Leiutenant AFC
My grandfather, Cedric Tyson Brown, became a Lieutenant in the Australian Flying Corps in France. He flew mostly reconnaissance missions in France as an Observer in an RE8. While in Europe/UK, he met his wife-to-be, Mary Gertrude Lewis, a Welsh girl from Treherbert. They married and came back to Queensland near the end of 1919. View details for Brown, Cedric Tyson
Vale ''Billy'' beloved brother of Annie Winifred...
He was the uncle who Ken, Barry, Ann and Margaret never knew. He was the great uncle who, Julie, Geoffrey, Peter, Kathleen, Lynette, Denise, Andrew, Gary, Michael, Lisa, Jamie never had the pleasure of knowing, although some of us knew his sisters. He died 364 days before the Armistice because he forgot to wear his steel helmet. He was married to Bertha for three very short weeks. He used to...
Archibald Nicholas Vivian
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