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THOMPSON, Herbert Lewis

7808, Private Herbert Lewis Thompson 12th Battalion AIF 40th Battalion AIF Died of Disease – 16th November 1918 _____________________________________________________ National Archives – Service Record Australian War Graves Further Reading – 12th Battalion Further Reading – 40th Battalion Picture Source – Mapping Our Anzacs  

 
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GOLDSMITH, Oliver Matthew James

2307, Private Oliver Matthew James Goldsmith 41st Battalion AIF Died of Disease – 14th February 1917 Mapping Our Anzacs: From photographs displayed at Mapping Our Anzacs, 2393 Pte William Joseph Sheahan is the one seated and 2307 Pte Oliver Matthew James Goldsmith is the one standing. ____________________________________________________ ADFA Database National Archives – Service Record Australian

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SINCLAIR, Hunter

213, Corporal Hunter Sinclair 1st Railway Section AIF 60th Railway Company AIF Died of Disease – 10th January 1919 Australian War Memorial: Probably Newcastle, NSW, c. 1917. Formal studio portrait in full uniform of 213 Corporal (Cpl) Hunter (Harry) Sinclair, 1st Railway Section, AIF. Cpl Sinclair enlisted on 1916-12-28 and died of illness while on

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MACAW, Charles James Campbell

Published on August 26, 2012 by in 4th FAB, Known

6972, Bombardier Charles James Campbell Macaw 4th Field Artillery Brigade Died of Disease – 10th June 1916 Australian War Memorial: Studio portrait of 6972 Driver Charles James Campbell Macaw, 4th Field Artillery Brigade from Croxton, Victoria. A 30 year old warehouseman when he enlisted in the AIF on 28 June 1915, he embarked for overseas

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EDWARDSEN, Hilmar

1937, Private Hilmar Edwardsen 60th Battalion AIF Died of Disease –  27th December, 1916 Australian War Memorial: Studio portrait of 1937 Private Hilmar Edwardsen, 60th Battalion from Mittagong, NSW (born in Norway). A 27 year old carpenter’s labourer prior to enlisting in the AIF on 19 January 1916, he embarked for overseas with the 3rd

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ALCOCK, Henry Thomas

484, Private Henry Thomas Alcock 23rd Battalion Died of Disease – 1st February, 1916 Australian War Memorial: Portrait of 484 Private Henry Thomas Clive Alcock of the 23rd Battalion, AIF, who died of appendicitis on service on 14 February 1916. ______________________________________________________ ADFA Database National Archives – Service Record Australian War Graves Further Reading – 23rd

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GODLEE, Oscar Leonard

Published on April 23, 2012 by in 9 Fd Amb, Known

14609, Private Oscar Leonard Godlee 9th Field Ambulance Australian War Memorial: Studio portrait of 14609 Private (Pte) Oscar Leonard Godlee, 9th Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps (AAMC). A medical student of Prospect, South Australia, prior to enlistment, he embarked with General Reinforcements to the AAMC on 12 August 1916. Pte Godlee died of wounds

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GREENHALGH, Frederick Matthew

2382, Private Frederick Matthew Greenhalgh 18th Battalion 2nd Pioneer Battalion Australian War Memorial: Studio portrait of 2382 Private (Pte) Frederick Mathew Greenhalgh, 18th Battalion, of Singleton NSW – formerly of Nottinghamshire, England. A miner prior to enlisting in July 1915, Pte Greenhalgh embarked from Sydney with the 5th Reinforcements aboard HMAT Themistocles (A32) on 5

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ARCHER, Frederick Albert

5329, Private Frederick Albert Archer 2nd Battalion Australian Provost Corps Australian War Memorial: Studio portrait of 5329 Trooper (Tpr) Frederick Albert ‘Trumps’ Archer, Australian Provost Corps, of Narrandera, NSW. Tpr Archer is holding a bugle; he was known within the Provost Corps as ‘Trumps Archer’ due to his skill in playing the instrument. A labourer before

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LANGLEY, John Hudson DCM & Bar

3, Sergeant John Hudson Langley DCM & Bar 1st Australian Armoured Car Section Australian War Memorial: Portrait of 3 Sergeant (Sgt) John Hudson Langley DCM and Bar, Armoured Car Section. Sgt Langley, an engineer from Castlemaine Vic, enlisted on 12 July 1915 and died of illness (malaria) in Syria on 2 January 1919. He was

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