Albert Henry Weatherby was my grandfather. View details for Weatherby, Albert Henry
Henry Hutchinson Ward
Henry Hutchinson WARD was born in Kirkham, England, the son of Henry Singleton and Mary (Hutchinson) Ward. His brother, Frank Fowler, and sister Lily lost their mother soon after Lily’s birth. The boys were sent to live with their bachelor uncles and worked on their farm. Henry travelled to Western Australia about 1911 and worked for the Slater family on their farm in Goomaling. Henry...
John William Beverhoudt Moore
John William Beverhoudt Moore was born in Ballarat, Victora, the son of John Edward and Louisa (Beverhoudt) Moore. The family moved to Western Australia around 1900 and settled in the wheatbelt town of Goomalling where John and his sons were builders. Many houses in Goomalling and rural municiple buildings are a tribute to the Moore builders. John was the eldest of five children with two brothers...
Norman Francis Moore
Norman Francis Moore, the son of John Edward and Louisa (Beverhoudt) Moore, was born in Victoria. His father was born in Trowbridge, England and his mother was the daughter of Mary Benson and William Trend Hamlyn Beverhoudt from Plymouth England. The Moore family moved to Western Australia and settled in Goomalling where John and his sons were builders. Many municiple buildings in rural WA were...
Charles Hagen was one of my Great Uncles. He and his brother William (Uncle Bill) both served and returned from the war to live long lives. I remember Uncle Charlie as an old man, however I also remember the beautiful photo in Grandma’s loungeroom of him in his Lighthorse uniform with the feathers in his hat. View details for Hagen, Charles
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William Hagen was my great grandfather, one of the brothers of my grandmother Letitia Smith (nee Hagen). His brother Charles also served. Both brothers survived the war and lived long and full lives. View details for Hagen, William Ernest
Walter Sydney Scott Smith
W.S.S. Smith was my grandfather. He survived the war after being injured several times including once being hit on the head by a German shell on the Menin Road. The address that was given to write to him was Sergeant WSS Smith c/- AIF Abroad. View details for Smith, Walter Sydney
Eric Shephard MacDonald Service Record
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Alfred Lloyd Hulme
I grew up hearing about how much this man was loved by his youngest child. I would love to have met him but that wasn’t to be - only hearing about him from my Nana - his baby and reading the lovely letter he sent her for her 7th birthday from Gallipoli. His wife, my great-grandmother was an impressive woman and through my memories of her and through Nana I have always felt a link - one day...