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PATTISON, Walter Byron James

Published on February 20, 2012 by in 9th Battalion, Known

Walter Byron James Pattison














Lieutenant Walter Byron James Pattison

9th Battalion AIF

DOW – 10th May, 1915


ADFA Database

National Archives – Service Record

Australian War Graves

Further Reading – From Anzac to the Hindenburg Line – The History of the 9th Battalion, A.I.F.

Picture Source – Undying Echoes A History of Nudgee College at War

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  1. neville veal

    My grandfathers brother Curtis Clark Veal(a stretcher bearer) at Gallipoli saved Lt. Pattison from immediate death at Gallipoli. Because of Veal’s efforts Pattison was brought back to the Australian lines and eventually shipped to Cairo. Sadly Lt. Pattison passed away some 2 weeks later from blood poisoning allowing Lt. Pattison another 4 weeks of life. Pattison was 27 when he passed away.

    • Hi Neville,

      I am researching Lt Pattison for an exhibition and would like to contact his family members asap. Would you be able to put me in contact with them? Thank you

      • neville veal

        Hello Linda,
        I am not shore if you still require a contact for Lt. Pattison
        Please phone me on 33954343 for more details.

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