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Thursday, 20 September 2007
7th LHR, Roll of Honour, Offord William Duprez
Topic: AIF - 2B - 7 LHR

7th LHR, AIF

7th Australian Light Horse Regiment

Roll of Honour

Offord William Duprez

 

Offord William Duprez's name on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial

 

Offord William Duprez

Service number: 934

Rank: Trooper [Tpr]

Unit: 7th Australian Light Horse

Service: Army

Conflict: 1914-1918

Date of death: 20 September 1916

Cause of death: Died of wounds

Cemetery or memorial details: EGYPT 2 Kantara War Memorial Cemetery

War Grave Register notes: DUPREZ, Tpr. Offord William, 934. 7th Australian Light Horse. Died of wounds 20th Sept., 1916. Age 19. Son of William Alexander and Johanna Duprex, of the Police Station, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. Native of Coolamon, New South Wales. D. 19.

Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army.

 

A brief military biography of Offord William Duprez from The AIF Project:

Regimental number934
SchoolSuperior Public Schools, Coolamon, Junee, Adelong and Cootamundra, New South Wales
ReligionChurch of England
OccupationRailway employee
AddressPolice Station, Cootamundra, New South Wales
Marital statusSingle
Age at embarkation18
Next of kinW A Duprez, Police Station, Cootamundra, New South Wales
Enlistment date18 January 1915
Rank on enlistmentPrivate
Unit name7th Light Horse Regiment, 5th Reinforcement
AWM Embarkation Roll number10/12/2
Embarkation detailsUnit embarked from Newcastle, New South Wales, on board HMAT A58 Kabinga on 21 May 1915
Rank from Nominal RollLance Corporal
Unit from Nominal Roll7th Light Horse Regiment
FateDied of wounds 20 September 1916
Place of death or woundingBir el Mazar
Age at death19.9
Age at death from cemetery records19
Place of burialKantara War memorial Cemetery (Row D, Grave No. 19), Egypt.
Panel number, Roll of Honour,
  Australian War Memorial
5
Miscellaneous information from
  cemetery records
Parents: William Alexander and Johanna DUPREZ, Police Station, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. Native of Coolamon, New South Wales
Family/military connectionsBrother to Lieut Arthur Alexander Duprez MC.

 

Lest we forget

 

 

Further Reading:

7th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF

7th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Roll of Honour 

Bir el Mazar, Sinai, 17 September 1916

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 7th LHR, Roll of Honour, Offord William Duprez

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Tuesday, 3 November 2009 12:28 PM EAST
The Battle of Menin Road, Belgium, 20 September 1917, Roll of Honour
Topic: BatzWF - Westn Front

The Battle of Menin Road

Belgium, 20 September 1917

Roll of Honour

Australian Imperial Forces

 

Poppies on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial, Canberra

 

The Roll of Honour contains the names of all the men known to have given their lives in service of Australia during the Battle of Menin Road, Belgium, 20 September 1917.

 

Roll of Honour

John Purdy ABBOTT, 18th Infantry Battalion 

Albert Walter ACOTT, 9th Infantry Battalion

Arthur John ADAMS, 8th Infantry Battalion

Frank Victor ALDRIDGE, 7th Machine Gun Company

Charles William ALFORD, 11th Infantry Battalion

Morton McLeod ALLAN, 12th Infantry Battalion

Edward Hugh ALLEN, 9th Infantry Battalion

George Walter ALLEN, 18th Infantry Battalion

William Donald ALLISTON, 5th Infantry Battalion

Frederick George AMOS, 7th Infantry Battalion

Alec Lawrence ANDERSON, 17th Infantry Battalion

Andrew ANDERSON, 7th Machine Gun Company

Hamilton Radford ANDERSON, 9th Infantry Battalion

James Justice Cassidy ANDERSON, 6th Infantry Battalion

Norman Ross ANDERSON, 5th Infantry Battalion

Edward Tempest ANDREWS, 17th Infantry Battalion

Oswald Claudius Albert ANGOVE, 28th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Richard ANNAN, 20th Infantry Battalion

Wilfred Lawson APPLEBY, 18th Infantry Battalion

Preston Edwin ARGALL, 17th Infantry Battalion

David ARMSTRONG, 3rd Infantry Battalion

John Squire ARMSTRONG, 20th Infantry Battalion

Francis Edward ATKIN, 28th Infantry Battalion

George Henry ATKINSON, 27th Infantry Battalion

Gerald ATTENBOROUGH, 18th Infantry Battalion

Henry ATTWOOD, 7th Infantry Battalion

 

Daniel BACCUS, 20th Infantry Battalion

Edward BAKER, 25th Infantry Battalion

Raymond Vernon BALDOCK, 8th Infantry Battalion

Clarence John BAMBACH, 20th Infantry Battalion

John Thomas BARKER, 2nd Field Ambulance

John Johnston BARR, 26th Infantry Battalion

William Henry BARTLETT, 17th Infantry Battalion

Frederick William BASSETT, 28th Infantry Battalion

William Arthur BAUER, 7th Machine Gun Company

Leslie Lynwood BAXTER, 7th Infantry Battalion

Thomas William BAXTER, 7th Infantry Battalion

Walter Langley BAXTER, 18th Infantry Battalion

Leslie Charles Edwin BEARD, 8th Infantry Battalion

Walter Henry BEARD, 12th Infantry Battalion

Alfred Stanley BEAVAN, 5th Infantry Battalion

Roy BECKINGHAM, 17th Infantry Battalion

Ernest William BEER, 27th Infantry Battalion

Francis Frederick BEITZ, 7th Machine Gun Company

James Fletcher BELL, 11th Infantry Battalion

William Robert BELL, 9th Infantry Battalion

Alfred Jasper BENNETT, 22nd Infantry Battalion

Wilfred Joseph BENNETT, 20th Infantry Battalion

Leslie BENTLEY, 20th Infantry Battalion

Clement Clifford BERRIMAN, 27th Infantry Battalion

James Frederick BETTLES, 11th Infantry Battalion

Stanley Irwin BIRCHMORE, 20th Infantry Battalion

William Joseph BIRD, 20th Infantry Battalion

Gordon George Hauser BISHOP, 8th Infantry Battalion

John Sylvester BLAKE, 1st Infantry Battalion

William Edward BOASE, 28th Infantry Battalion

Clarence John BOESENBERG, 17th Infantry Battalion

Gordon Kennedy BOGLE, 26th Infantry Battalion

William BOLITHO, 6th Infantry Battalion

Edward William BONHAM, 5th Infantry Battalion

Samuel William Harris BOTT, 5th Infantry Battalion

Albert BOTTCHER, 17th Infantry Battalion

Henry Charles BOTTLE, 5th Infantry Battalion

John Joseph BOURKE, 2nd Machine Gun Company

Matthew William BOWDEN, 28th Infantry Battalion

Algernon Walter BOWDLER, 8th Infantry Battalion

Thomas BOWEN, 18th Infantry Battalion

Rupert Leo BOXSHALL, 1st Pioneer Battalion

Samuel BOYD, 20th Infantry Battalion

Albert John BOYLAN, 9th Infantry Battalion

Arthur William Vincent BRADDON, 9th Infantry Battalion

Charles BRADLEY, 8th Field Ambulance

Arthur Thomas BRAMALL, 17th Infantry Battalion

Harry BREAKER, 11th Infantry Battalion

Leslie BREASLEY, 3rd Infantry Battalion

Arnould Gottfried BRECHBUHL, 23rd Infantry Battalion

George Alexander Fraser BREMNER, 25th Infantry Battalion

Harry BREWER, 28th Infantry Battalion

John William BREWITT, 6th Infantry Battalion

Alfred Gordon BRIGDEN, 20th Infantry Battalion

William BRILLIANT, 8th Infantry Battalion

Lewis John BROAD, 11th Infantry Battalion

Thomas BROOKS, 28th Infantry Battalion

Henry Herbert Peter BROWN, 28th Infantry Battalion

James Alexander BROWN, 11th Infantry Battalion

John Anderson BROWN, 8th Infantry Battalion

Leslie BROWN, 17th Infantry Battalion

William BROWN, 2nd Pioneer Battalion

Charles John BRUCE, 26th Infantry Battalion

Neil Stewart BRUCE, 20th Infantry Battalion

William Edward BRUDERLIN, 2nd Infantry Battalion

Alfred Edward BUCKLER, 28th Infantry Battalion

Harry BUDD, 28th Infantry Battalion

James BUDGE, 27th Infantry Battalion

John Wallace BULL, 5th Infantry Battalion

John BULLEN, 1st Machine Gun Battalion

Edward Archibald BUNN, 5th Infantry Battalion

William BURKETT, 17th Infantry Battalion

Henry Arthur BURLEY, 3rd Machine Gun Company

James Albert BURNETT, 28th Infantry Battalion

John Charles BURNS, 25th Infantry Battalion

Arthur Harrison BUSHBY, 3rd Infantry Battalion

Francis BUTLER, 27th Infantry Battalion

Frederick William BUTLER, 5th Infantry Battalion

Alick BYERS, 25th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Leo BYRNE, 8th Infantry Battalion

Walter Edwin BYRNE, 5th Infantry Battalion

 

James Constantine CADDY, 8th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Francis CAIN, 5th Infantry Battalion

Frederick CALDWELL, 9th Infantry Battalion

Charles Colin CAMERON, 6th Infantry Battalion

George William CAMERON, 8th Infantry Battalion

John Peter CAMPBELL, 11th Infantry Battalion

Albert CARD, 11th Machine Gun Company

Jack Mervyn CARLOW, 17th Infantry Battalion

Douglas William CARR, 1st Infantry Battalion

William CARSON, 28th Infantry Battalion

Gordon CASTLE, 24th Infantry Battalion

Allan Bertie CATO, 10th Field Artillery Brigade

James Walter CAULFIELD, 8th Infantry Battalion

Charles CAVE, 5th Infantry Battalion

George Charles CHELL, 20th Infantry Battalion

Leslie Alfred CHILDS, 18th Infantry Battalion

Frederick George CHISHOLM, 20th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Thomas Robert CHURCH, 27th Infantry Battalion

Ernest Ralph CHURTON, 17th Infantry Battalion

Lacy CLARK, 18th Infantry Battalion

Lawrence Edward CLARK, 9th Infantry Battalion

Vincent James Valentine CLARK, 25th Infantry Battalion

Bertie Rowland CLARKE, 18th Infantry Battalion

William Henry CLARKE, 3rd Infantry Battalion

Cecil CLEARY, 18th Infantry Battalion

Richard Herbert CLEMENTS, 26th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Simpson CLEVELAND, 1st Pioneer Battalion

Charles CLIFFORD, 20th Infantry Battalion

Arthur Clement CLUTTERBUCK, 27th Infantry Battalion

Samuel Edward COATES, 5th Infantry Battalion

Francis Foster COBHAM, 28th Infantry Battalion

William Archibald COCHRANE, 18th Infantry Battalion

George Frederick COLEMAN, 18th Infantry Battalion

John Joseph COLLINS, 8th Infantry Battalion

Stanislaus John COLLINS, 19th Infantry Battalion

Henry William COMPOW, 3rd Infantry Battalion

Victor Herschel CONLEY, 22nd Machine Gun Company

Bede Septimus CONNELL, 9th Infantry Battalion

James Francis CONSIDINE, 5th Infantry Battalion

William COOK, 28th Infantry Battalion

Charles Edward COOKSON, 5th Infantry Battalion

Daniel COOPER, 24th Infantry Battalion

John Thomas COOPER, 8th Infantry Battalion

William Bryant CORMACK, 9th Infantry Battalion

Asa CORNING, 17th Infantry Battalion

Stephen CORNISH, 9th Infantry Battalion

Leo James CORRIGAN, 18th Infantry Battalion

Harold John COSGROVE, 2nd Light Trench Mortar Battery

Bertie COX, 7th Infantry Battalion

Sidney Hales CRAYTHORN, 5th Infantry Battalion

Percy George CREEN, 2nd Field Company Engineers

George Henry CREESE, 2nd Light Trench Mortar Battery

John Thomas CRICK, 8th Infantry Battalion

Wyllie CROKER, 20th Infantry Battalion

Vernon Jack CROLE, 8th Infantry Battalion

William CRONK, 5th Infantry Battalion

Leo Lawrence CULLEN, 3rd Infantry Battalion

Roger Peter CUNNINGHAM, 6th Infantry Battalion

James Joseph CURLEY, 19th Infantry Battalion

Arthur Edward Watts CURRIE, 3rd Field Company Engineers

 

Vincent Dudley DACEY, 9th Infantry Battalion

Alfred Gregory DALE, 8th Infantry Battalion

Rudolf DANBERG, 11th Infantry Battalion

Benjamin William DANKS, 5th Infantry Battalion

John DARBYSHIRE, 2nd Field Company Engineers

Edward Owen DAVIES, 19th Infantry Battalion

Ernest Clarke DAVIES, 9th Infantry Battalion

George Homer Francis DAVIES, 10th Infantry Battalion

Robert William DAVIES, 28th Infantry Battalion

Arthur William DAVIS, 27th Infantry Battalion

Fredrick Charles DAVIS, 28th Infantry Battalion

Thomas DAVIS, 25th Infantry Battalion

Frank Arthur DENISON, 5th Infantry Battalion

Charles Mathew DICKENS, 10th Field Artillery Brigade

Henry William Hemphill DICKEY, 3rd Machine Gun Company

Edward Alexander DICKSON, 20th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Joseph DIX, 28th Infantry Battalion

Alfred Alwa DIXON, 28th Infantry Battalion

William John DODD, 20th Infantry Battalion

Allan Bruce DODDS, 8th Field Artillery Brigade

Frederick DODSON, 20th Infantry Battalion

Thomas DOLAN, 25th Infantry Battalion

Alexander Everitt DONALDSON, 9th Infantry Battalion

Herbert Clarence DONALDSON, 6th Infantry Battalion

Arthur Harris DONNELLY, 8th Infantry Battalion

Jack DONNELLY, 6th Infantry Battalion

Arthur William DONOHUE, 5th Infantry Battalion

Malachi DONOVAN, 7th Infantry Battalion

James DORAN, 25th Infantry Battalion

Harry Stuart DORLING, 27th Infantry Battalion

James Burgess DOUGLAS, 18th Infantry Battalion

Kenneth George DOUGLAS, 17th Infantry Battalion

Patrick Joseph DOWD, 27th Infantry Battalion

Ivan Walker DRANE, 25th Infantry Battalion

Henry George Germein DRAPER, 27th Infantry Battalion

Hardie DREW, 17th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Cairns DRYSDALE, 5th Infantry Battalion

Frederick James DUDLEY, 11th Infantry Battalion

Oswald Rudolf DULDIG, 10th Infantry Battalion

Raymond Leslie DUNN, 3rd Field Company Engineers

Edward DWYER, 25th Infantry Battalion

Bert Edward DYSON, 18th Infantry Battalion

 

Charles Arthur EACOTT, 7th Infantry Battalion

George EASTER, 5th Infantry Battalion

Edward Francis ECCLES, 5th Infantry Battalion

James John EDBROOKE, 20th Infantry Battalion

William Henry EDGEWORTH, 18th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Sydney EDGINGTON, 20th Infantry Battalion

Albert Charles EDMENDS, 28th Infantry Battalion

Edward EDMONDS, 28th Infantry Battalion

Lloyd Wyndham EDWARDS, 5th Infantry Battalion

Clarence Roy EGLINTON, 27th Infantry Battalion

Emil EK, 2nd Pioneer Battalion

James Fletcher ELLIS, 18th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Henry ELMORE, 6th Infantry Battalion

James Hawkey ELVINS, 7th Infantry Battalion

James EMOND, 5th Infantry Battalion

David Gerald EVANS, 8th Infantry Battalion

David John EVANS, 1st Pioneer Battalion

Henry Evan EVANS, 5th Infantry Battalion

Raymond Scott EVATT, 20th Infantry Battalion

Charles EWART, 26th Infantry Battalion

 

John FANNING, 7th Infantry Battalion

Patrick Joseph FARRELL, 25th Infantry Battalion

Matthew Edward FARRELLY, 6th Infantry Battalion

Lawrence Harold FARRIES, 8th Infantry Battalion

Frank FEALY, 5th Infantry Battalion

Charles FEGAN, 9th Infantry Battalion

Claude FERGUSON, 19th Infantry Battalion

William John FERGUSON, 6th Infantry Battalion

Ernest Frederick FIELDHOUSE, 6th Infantry Battalion

Ambrose Charles FILLIPONI, 5th Infantry Battalion

Gilbert Stevens FILMER, 28th Infantry Battalion

Percy FIRTH, 7th Field Company Engineers

Harold James FISHER, 27th Infantry Battalion

James Herbert FITTON, 5th Infantry Battalion

James Cashen FITZGERALD, 7th Infantry Battalion

Joseph FITZPATRICK, 7th Infantry Battalion

Patrick Francis FITZPATRICK, 17th Infantry Battalion

Tasman FIXTER, 5th Infantry Battalion

Robert FLEMING, 3rd Machine Gun Company

Donald McDonald FLETCHER, 18th Infantry Battalion

Francis John FLOOD, 20th Infantry Battalion

Norman Willmott FLOOK, 18th Infantry Battalion

Charles FLYNN, 17th Infantry Battalion

Hugh Michael FLYNN, 9th Infantry Battalion

Frank Everest FOERS, 7th Infantry Battalion

Joseph William FORBES, 6th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Patrick FORD, 10th Infantry Battalion

Eric Surrey Wynter FORDHAM, 11th Infantry Battalion

Cecil Wallington FOREMAN, 28th Infantry Battalion

George FOSTER, 28th Infantry Battalion

Robert FOSTER, 9th Infantry Battalion

Royal Raymond FOSTER, 20th Infantry Battalion

Thomas FOSTERNELLI, 6th Infantry Battalion

Joseph Douglas FRANCE, 17th Infantry Battalion

Sydney Frederick FRANCE, 17th Infantry Battalion

Percival Henry FRANCIS, 28th Infantry Battalion

Reginald FRANCIS, 8th Infantry Battalion

Edmund FREAME, 5th Infantry Battalion

Arthur James FROST, 27th Infantry Battalion

Walter James FROST, 9th Infantry Battalion

Frank FRY, 7th Infantry Battalion

George Eric FULCHER, 25th Infantry Battalion

William Albert Victor FULLALOVE, 17th Infantry Battalion

Alexander Roy FULTON, 8th Infantry Battalion

Furnrick Richard Charles FURNESS, 17th Infantry Battalion

 

John August Herman GABRIEL, 11th Infantry Battalion

Herbert John Anderson GAGEN, 3rd Machine Gun Company

Norman Sherman Walter GALE, 18th Infantry Battalion

William Dennis GAMBLES, 2nd Machine Gun Company

John Henry GANNON, 17th Infantry Battalion

Charles GAPES, 1st Pioneer Battalion

Charles Walker GARDEN, 28th Infantry Battalion

Robert Michael GEELAN, 18th Infantry Battalion

Lloyd GHENT, 3rd Machine Gun Company

Hugh GIBB, 17th Infantry Battalion

Frank GIBBS, 24th Infantry Battalion

Bruce Wilfred GILBERT, 27th Infantry Battalion

Norman Thomas GILL, 5th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Martin GILL, 7th Light Trench Mortar Battery

Charles Frederick GLADMAN, 8th Infantry Battalion

John Collin GOODALL, 26th Infantry Battalion

Alick Ferguson GOODE, 10th Infantry Battalion

Walter William GOODINGHAM, 7th Infantry Battalion

Gerald Desmond GORDON, 25th Infantry Battalion

Cecil Claud GORMAN, 28th Infantry Battalion

William Gilbert GRACE, 7th Infantry Battalion

Charles Allan GRAY, 24th Infantry Battalion

John GRAY, 10th Infantry Battalion

Benjamin David GREEN, 11th Infantry Battalion

Henry Frederick GREEN, 10th Infantry Battalion

John Boland GREEN, 19th Infantry Battalion

Walter Stanley Vickers GREEN, 27th Infantry Battalion

Herbert William GREENWOOD, 7th Machine Gun Company

Alexander Henry GRENVILLE, 8th Infantry Battalion

Walter Charles GRIST, 28th Infantry Battalion

Roland Peter GROS, 28th Infantry Battalion

Charles Stanley GROTH, 8th Infantry Battalion

Leslie GROVE, 20th Infantry Battalion

Alfred GROVES, 28th Infantry Battalion

Cecil Henry GULLEY, 9th Infantry Battalion

Cornelius GUNN, 28th Infantry Battalion

 

George Gilbert HALL, 27th Infantry Battalion

John HALL, 28th Infantry Battalion

William HALL, 28th Infantry Battalion

Edward Ephrian HAMILTON, 5th Infantry Battalion

John George HAMMOND, 8th Infantry Battalion

Alfred William HAMOND, 6th Machine Gun Company

Thomas Martin HANLY, 9th Infantry Battalion

Charles Richard HANNAFORD, 17th Infantry Battalion

Roy McKenzie HANNAH, 6th Infantry Battalion

William Lawrence HANSEN, 8th Infantry Battalion

Walter HANSON, 5th Infantry Battalion

Lorens Hilmar HANSSEN, 11th Infantry Battalion

David HARDING, 28th Infantry Battalion

Frank William HARDING, 27th Infantry Battalion

James Victor HARDY, 25th Infantry Battalion

Victor HARLEN, 25th Infantry Battalion

Thomas McEwan David HARLEY, 8th Infantry Battalion

Harold William HARLOW, 5th Infantry Battalion

Charley HARMS, 28th Infantry Battalion

Ernest Edward HARRIDGE, 5th Infantry Battalion

Horace HARRIS, 27th Infantry Battalion

Joseph Ernest HARRIS, 17th Infantry Battalion

William James HARRIS, 17th Infantry Battalion

William Thomas HARRIS, 1st Pioneer Battalion

Charles Henry HARRISON, 10th Infantry Battalion

Harry William HARRISON, 5th Infantry Battalion

William Arthur HARRISON, 28th Infantry Battalion

Frederick HART, 17th Infantry Battalion

Michael Patrick HART, 20th Infantry Battalion

Ernest HARVEY, 19th Infantry Battalion

George Luke HASELL, 28th Infantry Battalion

Percy William Henry HASELL, 28th Infantry Battalion

Horace Ernest HAYES, 8th Infantry Battalion

Michael Damien HEALY, 25th Infantry Battalion

William HEAP, 7th Infantry Battalion

Harold Robert Richard HEATHER, 20th Infantry Battalion

David HENDERSON, 5th Infantry Battalion

Erle Hamilton HENDERSON, 9th Infantry Battalion

William HENRY, 18th Infantry Battalion

George Frank HENSON, 20th Infantry Battalion

Harold St Clair HENSTRIDGE, 3rd Machine Gun Company

Stanley Roy HERBERT, 27th Infantry Battalion

Felix Hereward Gordon Norfolk HERITAGE, 10th Infantry Battalion

William John HEUSTON, 9th Infantry Battalion

Richard Edwin HEYWOOD, 20th Infantry Battalion

John HICKEY, 6th Infantry Battalion

William John Joseph HICKEY, 18th Infantry Battalion

Clarence Douglas HICKMAN, 12th Infantry Battalion

Arthur HIGGINS, 17th Infantry Battalion

John Frederick HIGGINS, 28th Infantry Battalion

Albert Edward HILL, 25th Infantry Battalion

George HILL, 7th Infantry Battalion

William George Vincent HILLCOAT, 3rd Field Ambulance

Frederick HILTON, 22nd Infantry Battalion

Percy Alexander HINCH, 2nd Infantry Battalion

Thomas Albert HINTON, 25th Infantry Battalion

Harry Thomas HOCKLEY, 18th Infantry Battalion

Rupert Reginald HOCKLEY, 2nd Pioneer Battalion

John Joseph Patrick HOGAN, 5th Infantry Battalion

William Victor HOGGAN, 18th Infantry Battalion

John Charles HOLDING, 20th Infantry Battalion

Ernest Edgar HOLLINGSHEAD, 9th Infantry Battalion

William HOLMES, 7th Infantry Battalion

Gilbert Bonnor HOLT, 5th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Mitchell HOLT, 5th Infantry Battalion

Reginald Charles HOOPER, 9th Infantry Battalion

Percy Victor HOPE, 8th Infantry Battalion

Edward Henry HOPPER, 17th Infantry Battalion

Lyle George HOPPER, 8th Infantry Battalion

Claude Joseph HOPWOOD, 18th Infantry Battalion

Frank HOSKIN, 9th Infantry Battalion

Arnold Kingsley HOSKING, 20th Infantry Battalion

William George Law HOWIE, 2nd Pioneer Battalion

Richard Douglas HUGHES, 9th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Cornelius HULM, 20th Infantry Battalion

Harold George HUMPHREYS, 2nd Infantry Battalion

Levi Arthur HUMPHREYS, 28th Infantry Battalion

John HUNT, 18th Infantry Battalion

Henry Russell HUNTSMAN, 7th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Alfred HUTCHINSON, 5th Infantry Battalion

 

Arthur Harry ING, 28th Infantry Battalion

 

Arthur Ernest John JACKSON, 19th Infantry Battalion

Walter Henry JACKSON, 6th Infantry Battalion

William JACKSON, 23rd Infantry Battalion

John Henry JAGOE, 20th Infantry Battalion

William Thomas JARRETT, 27th Infantry Battalion

Thomas JARVIS, 7th Light Trench Mortar Battery

Allan Edward JEFFREY, 8th Infantry Battalion

Ernest JOHANNSEN, 7th Infantry Battalion

Peter Norman JOHANNSEN, 8th Infantry Battalion

Charles Fredrick JOHNSON, 25th Infantry Battalion

Harry JOHNSON, 26th Infantry Battalion

Leonard Arthur JOHNSON, 27th Infantry Battalion

Michael Joseph JOHNSON, 27th Infantry Battalion

Walter JOHNSON, 25th Infantry Battalion

Alexander JOHNSTONE, 11th Infantry Battalion

Percy Oliver JOLIFFE, 19th Infantry Battalion

David JONES, 18th Infantry Battalion

Ernest Henry JONES, 28th Infantry Battalion

Ernest Paul JONES, 7th Infantry Battalion

Stanley George JONES, 8th Infantry Battalion

Leonard JORDAN, 17th Infantry Battalion

 

John Joseph Matthew KAYE, 20th Infantry Battalion

Joseph John KEATING, 5th Infantry Battalion

Alfred William KEEN, 10th Infantry Battalion

Thomas KEHIRY, 5th Infantry Battalion

Stephen KELLOW, 12th Infantry Battalion

Frank KELLY, 28th Infantry Battalion

Herbert Augustine KELLY, 20th Infantry Battalion

Walter George KELLY, 17th Infantry Battalion

William Archibald KELLY, 6th Infantry Battalion

John Alfred KELSO, 17th Infantry Battalion

James Francis KEMP, 5th Infantry Battalion

George Faber KENNEDY, 28th Infantry Battalion

John KENNEDY, 5th Infantry Battalion

Edward Joseph KERNAN, 5th Infantry Battalion

John KERRY, 20th Infantry Battalion

Lawrence KEVANE, 11th Infantry Battalion

Richard Francis KINCADE, 8th Infantry Battalion

Burton Arthur KING, 9th Infantry Battalion

William Angus KIRKLAND, 5th Infantry Battalion

Joseph KLEIN, 26th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Brown KNIGHT, 5th Infantry Battalion

Alfred Edward KRONK, 6th Infantry Battalion

 

Augustus Henry LACKMANN, 27th Infantry Battalion

Charles Roy LAIRD, 20th Infantry Battalion

Rupert LAITY, 6th Infantry Battalion

Jack Peter LAMBERT, 9th Infantry Battalion

William Horace LAMSHED, 10th Infantry Battalion

Hassel LANG, 8th Infantry Battalion

Harry LANGDON, 28th Infantry Battalion

Rupert Harold LANGLEY, 5th Infantry Battalion

Joseph LARSEN, 6th Infantry Battalion

Henry LATHAM, 17th Infantry Battalion

Stanley Robert LAWS, 26th Infantry Battalion

Albert Bowman LAWSON, 18th Infantry Battalion

John Walton LAWSON, 2nd Infantry Battalion

Allen Edward LAWTON, 20th Infantry Battalion

Graham Holland LEAVER, 10th Infantry Battalion

David Stanford LEE, 10th Field Artillery Brigade

Arthur Stanley LEHEY, 5th Infantry Battalion

Walter Henry LERGESSNER, 11th Field Artillery Brigade

Alexander Henry LESLIE, 18th Infantry Battalion

Robert Jocelyn LEWIN, 8th Infantry Battalion

James William LIDDON, 20th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Thornton LINDLEY, 28th Infantry Battalion

Alexander James LINDSAY, 26th Infantry Battalion

Walter LIVERMORE, 3rd Infantry Battalion

Sidney Granville LOCKE, 12th Infantry Battalion

John Mathew LOCKWOOD, 17th Infantry Battalion

Frank Edmund LOMAX, 5th Infantry Battalion

Alfred LONG, 5th Infantry Battalion

Sydney Alexander LOVEDAY, 27th Infantry Battalion

John LOVRIAEN, 28th Infantry Battalion

Clarence Thomas LUMLEY, 9th Infantry Battalion

Harold George LUNT, 5th Infantry Battalion

Gordon Tasman LYALL, 3rd Field Artillery Brigade

Edward LYNCH, 28th Infantry Battalion

Charles LYONS, 5th Infantry Battalion

James John LYONS, 12th Infantry Battalion

 

Thomas Henry MAAG, 7th Infantry Battalion

Finlay MACDONALD, 17th Infantry Battalion

Frank Ernest Rushton MACDONALD, 28th Infantry Battalion

John Andrew MACDONALD, 28th Infantry Battalion

Oliver MACDONOGH, 17th Infantry Battalion

Edward MACGILL, 11th Field Artillery Brigade

Kenneth MACNEE, 5th Infantry Battalion

Walter Stanley MADDISON, 27th Infantry Battalion

William Spencer MADLAND, 10th Infantry Battalion

William MAGI, 2nd Pioneer Battalion

Ernest Beresford MAINSTONE, 18th Infantry Battalion

Cecil MALLARD, 5th Machine Gun Company

David Stanley MALSEED, 6th Infantry Battalion

Wilfred Harold MANGELSDORF, 10th Infantry Battalion

Albert Warren MARKIN, 8th Infantry Battalion

Edward William Beverley MARLAY, 1st Field Ambulance

Halford William James MARRYATT, 25th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Dickson MARSDEN, 9th Infantry Battalion

Abbey Green MARSHALL, 19th Infantry Battalion

Herbert Stanley MARSHALL, 5th Infantry Battalion

Arthur James Herbert MARTIN, 20th Infantry Battalion

Denis MARTIN, 20th Infantry Battalion

Emanuel MARTIN, 5th Infantry Battalion

Frederick William Scott MARTIN, 10th Infantry Battalion

Herbert Stanley MARTIN, 7th Infantry Battalion

Charles George MARTYN, 26th Infantry Battalion

William MASON, 18th Infantry Battalion

David MATHESON, 28th Infantry Battalion

Roy Preston MATSON, 28th Infantry Battalion

Frederick William MAY, 20th Infantry Battalion

William MAZELIN, 5th Infantry Battalion

John Mansfield MCCAFFERY, 5th Infantry Battalion

Thomas MCCAFFERY, 25th Infantry Battalion

William MCCARTON, 1st Machine Gun Battalion

Arthur Joseph MCCLYMONT, 17th Infantry Battalion

Alfred Roy MCCONNELL, 7th Infantry Battalion

David MCCOOKE, 8th Infantry Battalion

Lionel Oscar MCCRAE, 18th Infantry Battalion

William Hudson MCDOWALL, 28th Infantry Battalion

Wallace Askew MCFARLANE, 26th Infantry Battalion

John Henry MCGINLEY, 17th Infantry Battalion

William Henry Atlee MCGLEW, 28th Infantry Battalion

John Michael Patrick MCGLYNN, 18th Infantry Battalion

Arthur Phillip MCGRATH, 28th Infantry Battalion

Eric James MCGREGOR, 18th Infantry Battalion

William Alexander MCGREGOR, 8th Infantry Battalion

Francis Robert MCINERNEY, 28th Infantry Battalion

William Patrick MCKEOWN, 20th Infantry Battalion

Vincent Thomas MCLAUGHLAN, 21st Machine Gun Company

Andrew Joseph MCLAUGHLIN, 27th Infantry Battalion

Robert MCMILLAN, 5th Infantry Battalion

William MCMILLAN, 10th Infantry Battalion

John MCMULLEN, 20th Infantry Battalion

David Henry MCNAIR, 11th Infantry Battalion

James MCNAMARA, 25th Infantry Battalion

Edward Frank MCNAUGHTON, 10th Infantry Battalion

James William MCROBERT, 7th Field Artillery Brigade

William Bertram MCROSTIE, 11th Infantry Battalion

Wallace Richard MELLER, 17th Infantry Battalion

Vincent Charles MELLINGTON, 8th Infantry Battalion

Basil Wildred Grant MELVILLE, 28th Infantry Battalion

John William MEREDITH, 3rd Machine Gun Company

Alfred Alexander MERRIEL, 18th Infantry Battalion

Leslie Thomas MERYMENT, 20th Infantry Battalion

Sydney Thomas METTHAM, 5th Infantry Battalion

Norman Bywater MIERS, 28th Infantry Battalion

William George MILLETT, 12th Infantry Battalion

Arthur Williams MILLS, 11th Infantry Battalion

Sydney Sylvanus MILLS, 10th Infantry Battalion

John Leslie MILTHORPE, 17th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Charles MINES, 17th Infantry Battalion

Gilderoy Laird MITCHELL, 17th Infantry Battalion

Henry Howard MITCHELL, 11th Infantry Battalion

Stanley MITCHELL, 19th Infantry Battalion

William MITCHELL, 17th Infantry Battalion

Albert MONTAGUE, 6th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Leslie MOORE, 5th Infantry Battalion

Robert MOORE, 8th Infantry Battalion

William Stephen MOORE, 2nd Pioneer Battalion

Alfred Herbert MOORHEAD, 5th Infantry Battalion

Bartholomew John MORAN, 28th Infantry Battalion

Desmond Michael MORRIS, 2nd Pioneer Battalion

Joseph Arnold MORRIS, 3rd Infantry Battalion

Augustine MORRISSEY, 28th Infantry Battalion

James Alphonsus MORRISSY, 9th Infantry Battalion

Robert MORTON, 5th Infantry Battalion

John William MOSE, 20th Infantry Battalion

William Robert MULHOLLAND, 17th Infantry Battalion

Bartholomew Arthur MULLANEY, 9th Infantry Battalion

Alexander Augustus MUNRO, 2nd Field Company Engineers

Andrew John Reginald MUNRO, 8th Infantry Battalion

Colin MUNRO, 5th Infantry Battalion

John MURPHY, 5th Infantry Battalion

Harold David MURRAY, 20th Infantry Battalion

John MURRAY, 5th Infantry Battalion

William Frederick MURRAY, 5th Infantry Battalion

 

George Douglas NEAL, 17th Infantry Battalion

Harold NEILSON, 18th Infantry Battalion

Thomas George Bryant NEVILLE, 18th Infantry Battalion

Donald Charles NICHOL, 19th Infantry Battalion

James Joachim NICHOLAS, 5th Field Ambulance

Charles Frederick NICHOLL, 6th Infantry Battalion

Albert Edward NICHOLSON, 8th Infantry Battalion

Rupert Frederick NICHOLSON, 26th Infantry Battalion

Edwin Henry NIPPERESS, 18th Infantry Battalion

John NOLAN, 9th Infantry Battalion

Thomas NOLAN, 9th Infantry Battalion

Charles James NORMAN, 5th Infantry Battalion

Maurice William NORMAN, 27th Infantry Battalion

Jack NUGENT, 9th Infantry Battalion

 

John OAKLEY, 2nd Infantry Battalion

Sidney OAKLEY, 17th Infantry Battalion

Daniel Arthur O'BRIEN, 17th Infantry Battalion

James Maurice O'BRIEN, 5th Machine Gun Company

Ronald Ewan O'BRIEN, 8th Infantry Battalion

Thomas O'BRIEN, 26th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Patrick O'CONNOR, 11th Infantry Battalion

Thomas William O'CONNOR, 17th Infantry Battalion

Walter William O'CONNOR, 9th Infantry Battalion

Edwin John O'KEEFE, 18th Infantry Battalion

Walter O'KEEFFE, 18th Infantry Battalion

William OLDHAM, 28th Infantry Battalion

John O'LEARY, 25th Infantry Battalion

Alfred Arthur OLIVER, 18th Infantry Battalion

Thomas OLIVER, 20th Infantry Battalion

Laurence OLLEY, 18th Infantry Battalion

Oswald Thomas OLLIVER, 17th Infantry Battalion

Fitzgerald O'NEIL, 7th Infantry Battalion

Victor James OPIE, 28th Infantry Battalion

Michael O'REILLY, 11th Infantry Battalion

Daniel OREO, 28th Infantry Battalion

Patrick Joseph ORMONDE, 9th Infantry Battalion

John Cornelius O'SHEA, 9th Infantry Battalion

Patrick Joseph O'SULLIVAN, 5th Infantry Battalion

 

Mortimer Rupert PACK, 5th Infantry Battalion

Michael PAEGLE, 6th Infantry Battalion

Frederick George PARISH, 7th Infantry Battalion

Robert George PARSONS, 2nd Pioneer Battalion

William PATERSON, 9th Infantry Battalion

Christopher Percival PATTEN, 27th Infantry Battalion

Gordon PATTERSON, 8th Infantry Battalion

Rupert Henry PEACOCK, 6th Infantry Battalion

Walter Edward PEAKE, 19th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Harold PEARSON, 17th Infantry Battalion

Spencer PEDDER, 6th Infantry Battalion

Claudius Claremont PELL, 11th Infantry Battalion

Charles Adam PENNICOTT, 12th Infantry Battalion

William George PENNINGTON, 6th Infantry Battalion

Arthur Edward PERRY, 5th Infantry Battalion

Edward PERRY, 27th Infantry Battalion

William PERRY, 18th Infantry Battalion

Absalom PETERS, 7th Infantry Battalion

Einer Axel PETERSEN, 6th Infantry Battalion

Harold Morton PETERSEN, 19th Infantry Battalion

John PHILLIPS, 28th Infantry Battalion

Irwin Ernest PHILLIS, 7th Light Trench Mortar Battery

Frank PIERCE, 6th Infantry Battalion

John Joseph PIERCE, 27th Infantry Battalion

Harry PLANT, 20th Infantry Battalion

Gustaf Adolf POHLSON, 7th Infantry Battalion

Stanley Robert Dawson POLLARD, 9th Infantry Battalion

Lawrence Silvester POLOMKA, 27th Infantry Battalion

Edward John POMROY, 18th Infantry Battalion

Joseph PORTER, 25th Infantry Battalion

Daniel POTTER, 9th Infantry Battalion

Walter George PREECE, 20th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Charles PRICE, 18th Infantry Battalion

Charles Augustus PRIEST, 20th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Edward PRIEST, 2nd Infantry Battalion

Herbert PRIOR, 20th Infantry Battalion

William John PROUD, 20th Infantry Battalion

Herbert Victor PUNCH, 6th Infantry Battalion

Henry James PURVIS, 10th Infantry Battalion

 

James William QUINCE, 9th Infantry Battalion

Denis QUINLAN, 20th Infantry Battalion

Denis Ambrose QUINLAN, 8th Infantry Battalion

Edward James QUIRKE, 21st Machine Gun Company

 

George Ferguson RATTRAY, 2nd Infantry Battalion

Harold Selby REDMAN, 5th Field Ambulance

William Henry REDMAN, 12th Infantry Battalion

Bernard George REID, 20th Infantry Battalion

Henry Leonard RENDELL, 6th Infantry Battalion

George Frederick REYNOLDS, 6th Infantry Battalion

William James Aloysius REYNOLDS, 5th Infantry Battalion

Harold Charles RICHARDS, 7th Infantry Battalion

Enoch Walter RICHENS, 7th Infantry Battalion

John RIDDELL, 18th Infantry Battalion

William Edmund RIDGWAY, 18th Infantry Battalion

Walter RIGBY, 28th Infantry Battalion

John RINGER, 9th Infantry Battalion

Horace Lisle RINTEL, 8th Infantry Battalion

Thomas RITCH, 27th Infantry Battalion

Eric Cecil Howard RITCHIE, 3rd Infantry Battalion

George RITCHIE, 18th Infantry Battalion

Alan Michael ROBERTS, 20th Infantry Battalion

Charles Henry ROBERTS, 25th Infantry Battalion

William Alfred ROBERTS, 20th Infantry Battalion

William Gordon ROBERTS, 6th Infantry Battalion

David Bruce ROBERTSON, 5th Infantry Battalion

Duncan McKellar ROBERTSON, 6th Infantry Battalion

Joseph Henry ROBERTSON, 18th Infantry Battalion

Jack ROBINSON, 8th Infantry Battalion

Anthony Thomas RODGERS, 17th Infantry Battalion

Albert George ROSE, 25th Infantry Battalion

Francis Adrian Oscar Herbert ROSS, 9th Infantry Battalion

Edward ROWE, 11th Field Artillery Brigade

William ROWE, 17th Infantry Battalion

Arthur ROWLANDS, 20th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Ambrose RUSTIN, 18th Infantry Battalion

James Edward Frances RYAN, 28th Infantry Battalion

John RYAN, 11th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Lloyd RYAN, 17th Infantry Battalion

Michael Silas RYBAKOV, 5th Infantry Battalion

 

Christopher SAAL, 26th Infantry Battalion

Louis Henry SALAMITO, 6th Infantry Battalion

John Henry SANDY, 6th Field Ambulance

Charles Francis SAUNDERS, 8th Infantry Battalion

Robert Louis SAWYER, 26th Infantry Battalion

William SAWYER, 28th Infantry Battalion

Kenneth Knowlton SAXBY, 3rd Infantry Battalion

Frank Allen SCHANTZ, 10th Infantry Battalion

William Edward SCHEILER, 9th Infantry Battalion

Ernest Frederick SCHILLING, 5th Infantry Battalion

George SCHMIDT, 28th Infantry Battalion

George Perry SCOTT, 7th Infantry Battalion

Inglis SCOTT, 11th Infantry Battalion

Jack Cranstoun SCOTT, 6th Infantry Battalion

Thomas SCOTT, 17th Infantry Battalion

William David SCOTT, 8th Infantry Battalion

Frank Burdett SCOUGALL, 9th Infantry Battalion

George SCRIVENER, 11th Infantry Battalion

John Patrick SCULLIN, 3rd Infantry Battalion

James SCULLY, 26th Infantry Battalion

William James SCULLY, 12th Infantry Battalion

George Ross SEABROOK, 17th Infantry Battalion

Theo Leslie SEABROOK, 17th Infantry Battalion

John Henry SEARLE, 5th Infantry Battalion

Albert Edward SEE, 28th Infantry Battalion

Alfred George SEIDEL, 19th Infantry Battalion

Henry Fabian SELLEY, 20th Infantry Battalion

Laurence SEMPLE, 9th Infantry Battalion

Arthur John SERGEANT, 17th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Anthony SEXTON, 6th Infantry Battalion

William Richard SHARP, 28th Infantry Battalion

Charles Percival SHAW, 7th Infantry Battalion

Thomas John SHEPHERD, 9th Infantry Battalion

Frederick John SILK, 5th Infantry Battalion

Robert Joseph SIMINTON, 27th Infantry Battalion

John Edward SIMMS, 18th Infantry Battalion

Leslie James SIMONS, 18th Infantry Battalion

James David SIMPSON, 3rd Machine Gun Company

Leo SIMPSON, 8th Infantry Battalion

Matthew SINGLES, 5th Infantry Battalion

Allan Chester SKERMAN, 9th Infantry Battalion

Nelson Francis SKINNER, 20th Infantry Battalion

John SLADE, 9th Infantry Battalion

William Albert SLADE, 20th Infantry Battalion

Arthur John SMITH, 9th Infantry Battalion

Claud Huon SMITH, 26th Infantry Battalion

Clifton Percival SMITH, 8th Infantry Battalion

Ellis Austin William SMITH, 28th Infantry Battalion

Jackson SMITH, 17th Infantry Battalion

James SMITH, 17th Infantry Battalion

Keith Kallatina SMITH, 20th Infantry Battalion

Lot SMITH, 7th Infantry Battalion

Philip SMITH, 28th Infantry Battalion

Robert SMITH, 6th Infantry Battalion

Robert Jeadon SMITH, 5th Infantry Battalion

Stephen Mark SMITH, 7th Infantry Battalion

Sydney Charles SMITH, 7th Infantry Battalion

Ulbert SMITH, 7th Machine Gun Company

William SMITH, 17th Infantry Battalion

William Alfred SMITH, 17th Infantry Battalion

William Charles Richard SMITH, 18th Infantry Battalion

William John SMITH, 25th Infantry Battalion

William Neville SMITH, 9th Infantry Battalion

Herbert Leslie Clifford SMYTH, 28th Infantry Battalion

Archibald SNEDDON, 8th Infantry Battalion

Thomas SNELL, 20th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Thomas SNODGRASS, 5th Infantry Battalion

Daniel Leonard Graham SPARKS, 7th Infantry Battalion

John SPENCER, 17th Infantry Battalion

Leslie STEERS, 5th Infantry Battalion

William James STEPHENS, 5th Infantry Battalion

Albert James STEWART, 17th Infantry Battalion

Alfred Robert Morison STEWART, 17th Infantry Battalion

Leonard Frederick STEWART, 10th Field Artillery Brigade

Robert STEWART, 1st Pioneer Battalion

Arthur Robert STILLMAN, 7th Infantry Battalion

James Beveridge STINSON, 3rd Infantry Battalion

James Robert STOCK, 5th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Harry STOCKFELD, 11th Field Artillery Brigade

Ernest Roy STONE, 8th Infantry Battalion

Joseph Phineas STONE, 17th Infantry Battalion

Percival Lionel STRAUSS, 11th Infantry Battalion

Hubert Wallace STROUT, 1st Field Ambulance

Thomas STRUTT, 18th Infantry Battalion

William Charles STUART, 5th Infantry Battalion

Harry STURGES, 9th Infantry Battalion

Andrew SUTHERLAND, 27th Infantry Battalion

Francis SUTHERLAND, 28th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Raynor SWAN, 2nd Machine Gun Company

 

Eric Fullerton TAIT, 10th Field Artillery Brigade

Arthur Basil TANNER, 3rd Infantry Battalion

Frank TATTI, 8th Infantry Battalion

Austin Stanley TAYLOR, 20th Infantry Battalion

Edgar Gilbert TAYLOR, 7th Infantry Battalion

John Edwin TAYLOR, 18th Infantry Battalion

John Reid TAYLOR, 8th Infantry Battalion

Percy Williams TAYLOR, 28th Infantry Battalion

Robert Reginald TAYLOR, 8th Infantry Battalion

George Albert THOMAS, 17th Infantry Battalion

Alexander THOMPSON, 17th Infantry Battalion

Alexander Vivian THOMPSON, 18th Infantry Battalion

Alexandria Fraser THOMPSON, 17th Infantry Battalion

Albert Rutherford Berne THOMSON, 17th Infantry Battalion

Harry Alfred Long THOMSON, 9th Infantry Battalion

Mervyn Ray TICKNER, 19th Infantry Battalion

John Vaughan TONKIN, 5th Infantry Battalion

Robert Montgomery TOTTON, 5th Infantry Battalion

John Henry TOUT, 5th Infantry Battalion

David TOWNS, 17th Infantry Battalion

George Oluf TOWNSEND, 9th Infantry Battalion

Frank Herbert TREBILCOCK, 27th Infantry Battalion

John Reid TROTTER, 18th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Harold TUBB, 7th Infantry Battalion

Percy TULK, 25th Infantry Battalion

Benjamin TURNER, 11th Infantry Battalion

Robert West TURNER, 25th Infantry Battalion

William Henry TWIST, 20th Infantry Battalion

George TYLER, 10th Infantry Battalion

 

Rupert Cyril UNSTEAD, 28th Infantry Battalion

Frank Gilbert USHER, 21st Machine Gun Company

 

Reginald Grenfell VALLANCE, 17th Infantry Battalion

Frederick Alfred VALLAS, 20th Infantry Battalion

William Oliver VENTEMAN, 5th Field Ambulance

Edward John VOVIL, 17th Infantry Battalion

 

Henry WALKER, 9th Infantry Battalion

Oscar William WALLIN, 8th Infantry Battalion

Charles Thomas WALSH, 11th Infantry Battalion

Gilbert WALSH, 27th Infantry Battalion

Samuel Turton WALSH, 20th Infantry Battalion

Alfred George Evan WALTERS, 12th Infantry Battalion

Arthur Joseph WARD, 27th Infantry Battalion

Sydney John WARD, 20th Infantry Battalion

Albert Richard WARRING, 1st Infantry Battalion

Maynard Septimus WATERS, 10th Infantry Battalion

Robert Colin WATSON, 20th Infantry Battalion

Edmund WATT, 1st Machine Gun Battalion

George Gordon WATTS, 28th Infantry Battalion

William Henry WAY, 28th Infantry Battalion

Robert Percival WEEKS, 19th Infantry Battalion

Charles William WEHL, 26th Infantry Battalion

George WEIR, 5th Infantry Battalion

Thomas Henry WENMOUTH, 6th Infantry Battalion

Ernest William WERNER, 3rd Infantry Battalion

Frank WESTON, 11th Infantry Battalion

Frank Isaac WHITE, 11th Field Artillery Brigade

Robert Steele WHITE, 7th Infantry Battalion

George James WILDE, 17th Infantry Battalion

Horace Francis WILKIE, 20th Infantry Battalion

Charles Laurence WILKINSON, 8th Infantry Battalion

Alfred George Wesley WILLIAMS, 24th Infantry Battalion

Ernest Walter WILLIAMS, 12th Infantry Battalion

John William WILLIAMS, 28th Infantry Battalion

Joseph Henry WILLIAMS, 26th Infantry Battalion

Leslie Norman WILLIAMS, 8th Infantry Battalion

Thomas William WILLIAMS, 20th Infantry Battalion

Archibald David WILLIAMSON, 5th Infantry Battalion

Stanley Gilbert WILLIAMSON, 5th Infantry Battalion

John Roy WILLMOTT, 19th Infantry Battalion

Clyde WILSON, 19th Infantry Battalion

James Maitland WILSON, 1st Pioneer Battalion

John Harold WILSON, 20th Infantry Battalion

Oscar Lavender WILSON, 18th Infantry Battalion

Stephen Llewelyn WILSON, 6th Infantry Battalion

Thomas John WILSON, 17th Infantry Battalion

Charles WISHAW, 20th Infantry Battalion

William Henry WITHERIDGE, 18th Infantry Battalion

John Edward WOOD, 6th Infantry Battalion

Roderick Oscar WOOD, 20th Infantry Battalion

Decimus Edgar George William WOODGATE, 28th Infantry Battalion

Robert Joshua WORLEY, 3rd Infantry Battalion

Edward WORTHINGTON, 1st Pioneer Battalion

Claude Alexander WRIGHT, 5th Infantry Battalion

Harry Edwin WRIGHT, 9th Infantry Battalion

Edwin Robert WRIGLEY, 17th Infantry Battalion

Sydney William WYE, 10th Infantry Battalion

 

Peter YORE, 11th Infantry Battalion

George Alfred YUNG, 7th Infantry Battalion

 

Reuben ZULA, 24th Infantry Battalion

Lest We Forget

 

 

Further Reading:

The Battle of Menin Road, Belgium, 20 September 1917

The Battle of Menin Road, Belgium, 20 September 1917, Roll of Honour

Battles of the Western Front

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: The Battle of Menin Road, Belgium, 20 September 1917, Roll of Honour

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Tuesday, 5 October 2010 5:02 PM EADT
Monday, 17 September 2007
5th LHR, Roll of Honour, Frederick James George Brown
Topic: AIF - 2B - 5 LHR

5th LHR, AIF

5th Australian Light Horse Regiment

Roll of Honour

Frederick James George Brown

 

Frederick James George Brown's name on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial

 

Frederick James George Brown

Service number: 1307

Rank: Trooper [Tpr]

Unit: 5th Australian Light Horse

Service: Army

Conflict: 1914-1918

Date of death: 17 September 1916

Cemetery or memorial details: Jerusalem Memorial, Israel

War Grave Register notes: BROWN, Tpr. Frederick James George, 1307. 5th Australian Light Horse. 17th Sept., 1916. Age 20. Son of Frederick G. and Hannah Ellen Brown. Native of Cairns, Queensland.

Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army.

 

A brief military biography of Frederick James George Brown from The AIF Project:

Regimental number1307
ReligionChurch of England
OccupationFarmer
AddressToogoolawah, Esk Line, Queensland
Marital statusSingle
Age at embarkation18
Next of kinFather, Frederick Grael Brown, Toogoolawah, Esk Line, Queensland
Enlistment date8 April 1915
Rank on enlistmentPrivate
Unit name5th Light Horse Regiment, 10th Reinforcement
AWM Embarkation Roll number10/10/2
Embarkation detailsUnit embarked from Brisbane, Queensland, on board HMAT A69 Warilda on 5 October 1915
Rank from Nominal RollPrivate
Unit from Nominal Roll5th Light Horse Regiment
FateKilled in Action 17 September 1916
Age at death from cemetery records20
Place of burialNo known grave
Commemoration detailsJerusalem Memorial, Palestine
Panel number, Roll of Honour,
  Australian War Memorial
4
Miscellaneous information from
  cemetery records
Parents: Frederick and Hannah BROWN. Native of Cairns, Queensland
Other details

Medals: 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal

 

Lest we forget

 

 

Further Reading:

5th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF

5th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Roll of Honour

Bir el Mazar, Sinai, 17 September 1916

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 5th LHR, Roll of Honour, Frederick James George Brown

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Tuesday, 3 November 2009 12:25 PM EAST
7th LHR, Roll of Honour, Norman Dundonnell Mackenzie
Topic: AIF - 2B - 7 LHR

7th LHR, AIF

7th Australian Light Horse Regiment

Roll of Honour

Norman Dundonnell MacKenzie

 

Norman Dundonnell MacKenzie's name on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial

 

Norman Dundonnell MacKenzie

Service number: 1351

Rank: Trooper [Tpr]

Unit: 7th Australian Light Horse

Service: Army

Conflict: 1914-1918

Date of death: 17 September 1916

Cause of death: Died of wounds

Cemetery or memorial details: EGYPT 2 Kantara War Memorial Cemetery

War Grave Register notes: MACKENZIE, Tpr. Norman Dundonnell, 1351. 7th Australian Light Horse. Died of wounds 17th Sept., 1916. Age 24. Son of Bella Mary and the late Hugh Mackenzie. Native of "Bundanon", Nowra, New South Wales. B. 70.

Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army.


 

A brief military biography of Norman Dundonnell MacKenzie from The AIF Project:

Regimental number1351
ReligionPresbyterian
OccupationGrazier
AddressTerrara, New South Wales
Marital statusSingle
Age at embarkation22
Next of kinFather, Hugh Mackenzie, Terrara, New South Wales
Enlistment date15 June 1915
Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll3 August 1915
Rank on enlistmentPrivate
Unit name7th Light Horse Regiment, 10th Reinforcement
AWM Embarkation Roll number10/12/2
Embarkation detailsUnit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A32 Themistocles on 5 October 1915
Rank from Nominal RollPrivate
Unit from Nominal Roll7th Light Horse Regiment
FateDied of wounds 17 September 1916
Age at death from cemetery records24
Place of burialKantara War Memorial Cemetery (Row B, Grave No. 70), Egypt
Panel number, Roll of Honour,
  Australian War Memorial
5
Miscellaneous information from
  cemetery records
Parents: Bella Mary and Hugh MACKENZIE. Native of "Bundanon", New South Wales

Norman Dundonnell MacKenzie
 
[Picture: Colin Renshaw]

 

Lest we forget

 

 

Further Reading:

7th Australian Light Horse Regiment, AIF

7th Australian Light Horse Regiment, Roll of Honour 

Bir el Mazar, Sinai, 17 September 1916

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 7th LHR, Roll of Honour, Norman Dundonnell MacKenzie

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Thursday, 5 January 2012 5:38 AM EAST
3rd LHMGS, Roll of Honour, Francis William Slattery
Topic: AIF - 3B - 3 LHMGS

3rd LHMGS, AIF

3rd Australian Light Horse Machine Gun Squadron

Roll of Honour

Francis William Slattery

 

Francis William Slattery's name on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial

 

Francis William Slattery

Rank: 2nd Lieutenant [2 Lt]

Unit: 3rd Australian Light Horse Machine Gun Squadron

Service: Army

Conflict: 1914-1918

Date of death: 17 September 1916

Cemetery or memorial details: Jerusalem Memorial, Israel

War Grave Register notes: SLATTERY, 2nd Lt. Francis William. 3rd Australian Light Horse Machine Gun Sqdn. 17th Sept., 1916.

Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army.

 

A brief military biography of Francis William Slattery from The AIF Project:
 
Regimental number369
Place of birthBendigo, Victoria
ReligionRoman Catholic
OccupationCarpenter
AddressBleak House, South Melbourne, Victoria
Marital statusSingle
Age at embarkation29
Next of kinMother, Mrs Agnes Slattery, Bleak House, South Melbourne, Victoria
Enlistment date5 October 1914
Rank on enlistmentSGT(Prov.)
Unit name9th Light Horse Regiment, C Squadron
AWM Embarkation Roll number10/14/1
Embarkation detailsUnit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A10 Karroo on 11 February 1915
Regimental number from Nominal RollComissioned
Rank from Nominal RollLieutenant
Unit from Nominal Roll3rd Machine Gun Squadron
Other details from Roll of Honour CircularEnlisted 5 October 1914 in the 9th Light Horse Regiment. Promoted to Corporal on 1 November 1914 and Sergeant on 5 December 1914. Promoted to 'Squad' Sergeant Major on 23 June 1915. Temporary Regimental Sergeant Major on 15 July 1915, before becoming permanent RSM on 14 September 1915. Became 2nd Lieutenant on 2 September 1916 and transferred to 3 Machine Gun Squadron 12 September 1916.
FateKilled in Action 17 September 1916
Place of death or woundingBir el Mazar, Sinai, Egypt
Age at death31
Age at death from cemetery records31
Place of burialNo Known Grave
Commemoration detailsJerusalem Memorial, Palestine
Panel number, Roll of Honour,
  Australian War Memorial
180

 

Lest We Forget

 

Further Reading:

3rd Australian Light Horse Machine Gun Squadron, AIF

3rd Australian Light Horse Machine Gun Squadron, Roll of Honour 

Bir el Mazar, Sinai, 17 September 1916

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1919



Citation: 3rd LHMGS, Roll of Honour, Francis William Slattery

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EADT
Updated: Tuesday, 3 November 2009 12:24 PM EAST

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