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SHERIDAN, John William

2737, Private John William Sheridan 19th Battalion AIF 17th Battalion AIF The AIF Project:- Brothers: [962] Lt Harry SHERIDAN, 8th Light Horse Regiment, returned to Australia, 16 January 1919; 1881 Corporal Thomas Clyde SHERIDAN, 16th Australian Light Railway Operating Company, returned to Australia, 20 May 1919; 3903 Pte Roy Francis Donald SHERIDAN, 54th Bn, returned

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IRVINE, Herborn Lionel Robert

252, Lieutenant Herborn Lionel Robert Irvine 19th Battalion AIF _____________________________________________________ ADFA Database Further Reading – 19th Battalion Picture Source – Mapping Our Anzacs  

 
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KIDDLE, John Clark

848 & 4291, Sergeant John Clark  Kiddle 1st Battalion AIF 19th Battalion AIF Killed in Action – 3rd May 1917 _____________________________________________________ ADFA Database ADFA Database National Archives – Service Record Australian War Graves Further Reading – 1st Battalion Further Reading – 19th Battalion Picture Source – Mapping Our Anzacs

 
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COOPER, Basil Hubert

Captain Basil Hubert Cooper 19th Battalion AIF ______________________________________________________ ADFA Database National Archives – Service Record Further Reading – 19th Battalion Picture Source – Mapping Our Anzacs

 
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TART, Arthur Malcolm Quong

3262, Private Arthur Malcolm Quong Tart 19th Battalion ______________________________________________________ ADFA Database National Archives – Service Record Further Reading – 19th Battalion Picture Source – Mapping Our Anzacs

 
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MORIARTY, Harry Broughton

2941, Private Harry Broughton Moriarty 19th Battalion 56th Battalion Killed in Action – 3rd May, 1917 (Bullecourt, France) ______________________________________________________ ADFA Database National Archives – Service Record Australian War Graves Record Further Reading – 19th Battalion Further Reading – 56th Battalion Picture Source – Australian War Memorial

 
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McSHANE, Thomas George

Published on April 9, 2012 by in 19th Battalion, Known

7105, Private Thomas George McShane 19th Battalion Australian War Memorial: Studio portrait of 7105 Private (Pte) Thomas George McShane, 19th Battalion, of Armidale, NSW. A music teacher and conductor prior to enlistment, Pte McShane embarked on board HMAT Nestor (A71) on 28 February 1918. He was killed in action at Villers-Bretonneux, France, on 23 July

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BELL, Kenneth Allen

Published on April 9, 2012 by in 19th Battalion, Known

2nd Lieutenant Kenneth Allen Bell 19th Battalion Australian War Memorial: Portrait of Second Lieutenant (2nd Lt) Kenneth Allan Bell, a university undergraduate of Sydney, New South Wales. 2nd Lt Bell enlisted in the 19th Battalion on 22 June 1915 and his commission was confirmed on 1 December 1915 He from Sydney in HMAT Orsova on

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STORKEY, Percy Valentine VC

Published on April 4, 2012 by in 19th Battalion, Known

Captain Percy Valentine Storkey VC 19th Battalion Recommended for Victoria Cross Awarded Victoria Cross – 7th November, 1918 Citation: For most conspicuous bravery, leadership, and devotion to duty when in charge of a platoon in attack. On emerging from the wood, the enemy trench line was encountered, and Lieutenant Storkey found himself with six men. While

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CROOK, Cecil James

Published on March 26, 2012 by in 19th Battalion, Known

                    4562, Private Cecil James Crook 19th Battalion AIF Died of Wounds – 4th October, 1918 Photograph of 4562 Private Cecil James Crook, a miner from Adamstown, New South Wales. Crook enlisted on 10 November 1915 and served with 19 Battalion. He died of wounds on

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