Frederick George Price
Frederick G. Price was the son of John Spencer and Elizabeth (nee Daniels) Price of Sale, Victoria, Australia – Fishmongers. One of eleven children. He is our Grandfather. I wish for him and all of our Anzacs to be remembered, with our thanks. The Price family and their descendents. Lest We Forget. View details for Price, Frederick George
Albert Henry Price 9th/60th Battalion.
Albert H. Price was the son of John Spencer Price and Elizabeth (Daniels) Price of Sale, Victoria, Australia – Fishmongers. One of eleven children……found in my family search, thanked and remembered. Lest We Forget. View details for Price, Albert Henry
Newspaper report of his death
Brisbane Courier: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20142010 [Saturday 17 March 1917, page 6] The many friends of Alderman and Mrs. A. J. Raymond, of Kangaroo Point, will hear with extreme regret that they have received official notification that their son, Captain Archibald Hewland Raymond, of the Field Artillery, AIF, and late of a divisional ammunition column, was killed in action on March 3....
Cecil Peter (Cec) Edwards, 1896-1917
Cec was the third child (second son) of Peter Matthew and Annabella (Findlay) Edwards of Weatherboard Hill, near Learmonth, Victoria. Cec was born at Learmonth on 28 November 1896. His mother died after giving birth to a younger sister. His father remarried and further siblings followed. Cec attended the Weatherboard school from October 1901 (at age 4y 8m). The family moved to Mininera, Victoria,...
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One of the Kirk brothers, served in France and returned an invalid. A few of the pages in the record are about Duncan Kirk, who is actually a relative (cousin). View details for Kirk, David
He was my mother’s grandfather. All his brothers joined and went overseas and he was in camp when Amistice was signed View details for Kirk, Alexander
Correct name of this person who is my grandfather
My grandfather was born of Dutch parents in England. His correct name was Willem Patrick, not the William listed here. This small change may make it easier for future generations to find out about their ancestor. View details for Van, GELDER William Patrick
Charles Bannon 3456 60th Batallion
CHARLES BANNON Born Jan. 30th 1893, in Terang Victoria. His Father was Patrick John Bannon from County Clare Ireland, and his Mother Sarah Anne Wheatley who was also born in Terang. Her parents were Thomas Wheatley, born in London in 1828, the son of a sailor by the same name and Elizabeth Dennis. Her mother was Ellen Loughlan born 1835 in Co.Kilkenny, whose parents, Edward Loughlin and Maragaret...
Patrick Gallagher, Neita's brother
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Craigie boy wins Military Medal
James Lindsay Way, son of William Quong Way and Eliza Twigg of Bombala, enlisted in Melbourne on 25 March 1916 under the name of James Lawrence Way and was appointed to the 10th Field Ambulance. James was temporarily serving with the 7th Field Ambulance when he was killed in Action at Zillebeke (Ypres), Belgium on 5th November 1917, aged 23 years. Several weeks earlier, he had been recommended a...
James McGhie was born and given the name Peter Jas Walker 1893, he has adopted his step fathers surname McGhie for enlistment which was in Keswick, SA. View details for McGhie, James
half brother of Thomas James
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pte Thomas James Cooper – my great grandfather
This is dedicated to my paternal great-grandfather on my grandmother’s side. Thomas James was a private in the 7th Battalion, 5th reinforcements. He was wounded at the battle of Lone Pine and was listed MIA in the battle of Ypres in 1917 and declared KIA in 1918. My grandmother was one of his six children who survived him. Thomas was gone for 3 years and never came home View details for ...
Captain Walter ROSE
Captain Walter John Rose was my grandfather, he was born in Dunedin NZ in 1885. He was married with 3 children and lived in Brighton, Victoria. View details for Rose, Walter John
William John Floyd
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James Charles NIALL
James [Jim] was born 30th October 1889 at Church Street, West Maitland, NSW. Jim never married and died on 30th July 1964 at Newcastle Hospital, NSW. View details for Niall, James Charles
Harry Thomas NIALL
Harry was born 24th December 1892 at Church Street, West Maitland, NSW. On 8th May 1922 he married Ellen Mary MURRAY. They had three children: James Stephen, Betty and Janette. Harry died on 5th February 1974 at Cronulla, Sydney, NSW. View details for Niall, Harry Thomas
Sapper Edward John McKeon – 3337
Will always be remembered playing Poker and passing away. Entered the call joined the Engineers corps, did his service and went to hill 60. Lest we forget View details for McKeon, Edward John
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Major General Victor Conradsdorf Morisset Sellheim
Victor Conradsdorf Morisset SELLHEIM CB, CMG, was born 12 May 1866 at Balmain, Sydney, eldest son of Philip Frederic and Laura Theresa Sellheim (nee Morisset). Victor Sellheim’s mother was the daughter of Lieutenant Colonel James Thomas Morisset. On 7 Dec 1890 Victor married at Townsville to Susan Henrietta Howell-Griffith, daughter of Rev. E. M. Howell-Griffith. Victor and Susan had no...
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Casimir Vaux Morisset
Casimir Vaux Sellheim was born on 5 Feb 1871 at the Valley of Lagoons Station, Cardwell, Queensland, the son of Philip Frederic Sellheim and Laura Theresa (nee Morisset). Laura was the daughter of Lieutenant Colonel James Thomas Morisset. In 1900 the conflict of the Boer War saw Casimir enlist with the 4th Queensland Imperial Bushmen with the rank of Lieutenant. Lieutenant Casimir Sellheim sailed...
Cadetship His military Service Record Book reveals he was first registered for service to his country as a Senior Cadet on 6th August 1912 ,whilst living at Mt. Blackwood. This was well before the War commenced, and when just aged 14, he was immediately issued with shirt, breeches, putties, hat, boots, musket and a number. During 1912 and early 1913 he was excused from training because of his...