Ernest’s father is Benjiman Edward and mother is Sarah Ann Gardner, maiden name Burdett. His 3 brothers also went to France but did not return (Albert, Herbert, Alfred). View details for Gardner, Ernest
Albert, one of 3 brothers who died in France – Herbert and Alfred the other two. Their father Benjiman Edward, born 1856 at Buninyong, just outside Snake Valley, married Sarah Ann Burdett in 1883 and they had eight children – 3 girls 5 boys. View details for Gardner, Albert
Hayden Mark Gardner
Hayden is the son of John from Snake Valley. Born 18 May 1858 and one of 8 children. John married Grace Adelaide Mark in 1882 at Snake Valley. Hayden married Ellen Formby in1906. View details for Gardner, Haydn
Walter is the son of William Morris born 1849 at Stourbridge, Worcestershire. He married Emily Hall in 1878, one of 11 children – 5 girls and 6 boys from Snake Valley, Victoria. View details for Gardner, Walter
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One of Col’s family. View details for Coombs, Peter
One of Col’s family. View details for Coombs, Edward
Frederick Malcolm Foster
Sons - Ivan Gordon, Malcolm Ivan Gordon’s wife: Dorothy Avis, nee Hands Grandsons, sons of Ivan and Dorothy - Ivan Clive David Foster, Gregory Frederick Malcolm Foster and Robert Kenneth Foster. Are there any other kin of Frederick Malcolm Foster? View details for Foster, Frederick Malcolm
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William Harold Barnwell
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Would be interested in making contact with a descendant of Leslie. Email firstname.lastname@example.org View details for Carland, Leslie Thomas
James Norman Brown
James Brown was Rupert Geehan Godenzi’s nephew. James enlisted in 18 October 1916, 21yrs and 11 months. James was 5ft 4 1/2” tall, weighed 124lb , with medium complexion, blue eyes and black hair. James was a Leuitenant in the AFC. James was Cyril Ellington Brown’s brother from Maldon, Victoria. View details for Brown, James Norman
Rupert Geehan Godenzi
Rupert enlisted on 26 /3/1915. He was a corporal in the 23rd Battalion A.I.F. Rupert was 20 years old, 5ft 10”, weighing 158lb and had dark complexion, Brown eyes and black hair. 10/11/1917 Rupert Godenzi was killed in action in Belgium at Broodseinde, after 3 years active service. Uncle to Cyril Ellington Brown of Maldon, Victoria. View details for Godenzi, Rupert Geehan
I believe that Harold Peckman is my grandfather
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John Christian von Hagen aka 'Jack Hagen'
John Christian was born 1st August 1895 to Conrad von Hagen and Lucy (nee Edwards), in Hornsby. His parents were loyal British subjects. His father was a pioneer settler who came to Australia in 1873 and assisted Rev John Gribble in establishing Warangesdah Mission Station. Conrad was the son of Christian von Hagen, born in Wolfhagen in 1816, who became a naturalised British Subject in 1842. There...
Charles Harold Grant was born in Wyndham in southern NSW not the WA one View details for Grant, Charles Harold
Trooper Robert Beilby
Trooper Robert Beilby was KIA in August 1915 during the abortive charge at the Nek. The Beilbys farmed near Leongatha. They were family friends of Senior Constable Peter O’Shannassy, who lost his son Alan Neil O’Shannassy at Fleurbaix in July 1916. View details for Beilby, Robert
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Frank Keith Aitkin
Correct spelling of family name is “Aitkin”. Died following GSW received on assault of Lone Pine Gallipoli. This individual is part of the Family History record maintained by relative Vince Aitkin, Melbourne Vic Australia, who can be contacted for further information. View details for Aitken, Frank Keith
I have a postcard of AH’s burial cross, supposedly in Dernancourt cemetery. Unfortunately I visited in 2009 and could not find his grave nor is he registered in the cemetery registrar. Shall investigate. View details for Leane, Arnold Harry
MARCH Henry Norman
At the age of 19 years and 11 months Henry Norman March joined the Australian Imperial Forces after having been in Citizen Forces for previous 12 months. On 7 January 1916 he disembarked at Alexandria and he served in Gallipoli and France. He arrived back in Australia 12 April 1919. It is noted he was 11 stone, chest measurement 33/35 inches, dark complexion, blue eyes and dark hair. In 1925 he...
john burton donnelly
John Burton Donnelly was a Queensland dentist who enlisted in August 1914. He served on Gallipoli with the 2nd LHR later transferred to the Camel Corps and finally to AAMC (Dental Services). He was a captain when he returned to Australia in December 1918. View details for Donnelly, John Burton
henry william murray
Henry William Murray, ‘Mad Harry’, is the most decorated Australian soldier ever. In WW1 he served with the 16th and 13th Battalions and, in 1918, commanded the 4th Machine Gun Battalion. He was awarded a VC, CMG, DSO and Bar, DCM, Croix de Guerre. Born in Evandale, Tasmania in 1880. He was a sleeper cutter in West Australiaamp when he enlisted in 1914. He lived a secluded life in...
Henry Hansen Jorgensen
Henry, whom is called Hendrick Hansen Jorgensen was born in Maryborough and moved to Western Australia to the Kalgoolie area where he met and married Constance Amy Baker, in Malcolm WA. He had two daughters and one son when he enlisted but unfortunately the young boy died while his father was serving overseas. After returning to Australia the family moved back to Queensland and took up land in the...
reginald edward armstrong
NOK was Margaret (wife) not mother. Armstrong was a dentist from Goulburn. Enlisted 24/4/1915, KIA Gallipolli 23/8/1915. Wife remarried 1917 – husband’s name Light. View details for Armstrong, Reginald Edward