2224, Private Ernest William Sharman Threadgold 10th Battalion AIF Died of Wounds – 23rd August 1916 Private Ernest William Sharman Threadgold, born South Australia 31 October 1888. Enlisted 10th Infantry Battalion at Keswick, South Autralia, 4 March 1915. Served Gallipoli, Egypt and France. Wounded in action France 20 August 1916. Died of gun shot wounds
525, Private Andrew Downie Cochrane 27th Battalion AIF No. 525 Andrew Downie Cochrane (seated left), No. 515 Donald James Cochrane (seated right) and their mother Anges Downie Cochrane. Andrew Cochrane born Dundee, Scotland. Enlisted at Keswick, South Australia, 8 February 1915. Died of wounds at Gallipoli 9 December 1915. Donald Cochrane born Dundee, Scotland, 1873.
Brigadier Arthur Harry Langham Godfrey DSO & Bar MC ED 5th Battalion AIF 58th Battalion AIF 2/6th Battalion AIF (WWII – VX25) Awarded Military Cross – 14th November 1916 ‘For conspicuous gallantry when leading a raid. In face of strong opposition he handled the situation with great determination, only retiring after he had secured identification
1967, Private Albert Harold Bamblett 32nd Battalion AIF Died of Wounds – 17th April 1917 Paul Lemar:- He commenced training with A Company 2nd Training Depot Morphettville until 31st October. Proceeding to 1st Training Depot until embarking Adelaide on the ship HMAT “A28 Miltiades” on 7th of February 1916 with the 3rd Reinforcements, 32nd Battalion.
325, 2nd Lieutenant Gordon Linsley MC 10th Field Artillery Brigade AIF Awarded Military Cross – 26th July 1918 ‘For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an attack on a position, when his battalion was under a very heavy and accurate shell fire. The control post was blown in by a shell, but he continued
1980, Lieutenant Hugh Vaughan Massie MM 22nd Battalion AIF Awarded Military Medal – 14th December 1916 Died of Wounds – 8th March 1917 The AIF Project:- Brother: Lt Frank Raymond MASSIE, 12th Light Horse, died of disease, Damascus, 15 October 1918. _______________________________________________________ ADFA Database National Archives – Service Record Further Reading – With the Twenty-Second
844, Private Dudley Joseph Clift 20th Battalion AIF Died of Wounds – 28th March 1917 McRAE-CLIFT:- Private Dudley Joseph Clift, born 1883 Maitland, NSW,a stock and station agent, enlisted in the 20th Battalion, 5th Brigade, 2nd Division A.I.F.on 22nd March 1915 and left Australia aboard the HMAS “Berrima” in June of that year. Proceeding via
Lieutenant James Anderson Kerr Johnston 7th Battalion AIF Died of Wounds – 19th May 1915 _______________________________________________________ ADFA Database National Archives – Service Record Australian War Graves Further Reading – 7th Battalion AIF Further Reading – 7th Battalion AIF Picture Source –Mapping Our Anzacs
24595, Lieutenant George Eric Klug 3rd Divisional Ammunition Column Died of Wounds – 12th May 1918 _______________________________________________________ ADFA Database National Archives – Service Record Australian War Graves Picture Source – Mapping Our Anzacs
456, Private Cecil Bott 12th Machine Gun Company AIF Died of Wounds – 18th October 1917 (Belgium) _______________________________________________________ National Archives – Service Record Australian War Graves Picture Source – Mapping Our Anzacs