The military authorities desire the next of kin of the following soldiers to communicate with the Officer in Charge, Base Records, Melbourne, at the earliest possible moment.
The following names were listed:
Captain William Hildrige Armstrong MACDONNELL
Captain Dugald Maxwell Lockwood GRAHAM
1973 Private Charles Napier MORTON
1894 Private Walter Vivian ELLIOTT
2152 Private Joseph GRANT
5074 Private John DOYLE
732 Private Alfonso Juan Stewart ISBEL
6522 Driver Charles Guy KELLY
76A Gunner Arthur Edward LLOYD
58113 Private David Sunley JOPLING
On reflection we ask ourselves: Who were these men and what happened to their next of kin?
This album will try to unravel the story.
BASE RECORDS OFFICE, VIOTORIA BARRAOKe,
15th January, 1920.
It is my painful duty to transmit herewith one form of Commission which has been issued by the British War Office covering the appointment of your son, the late Major DML Graham, 2nd Light Horse Regiment as a temporary Captain in the regular forces of the British Army. This refers to the first appointment to commission and not his later rank.
Will you kindly let me know whether same comes safely to hand by signing and returning the enclosed receipt form.
Officer i/c Base Records.
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