Alfred Crouch South Australians of World War I : Share their story No. Private Alfred Crouch, born Balaklava, South Australia, 30 September Enlisted Battalion 24 March Served France, returned to Australia Died 9 August Alfred Crouch
It’s believed Private Richard Martin lied about his place of birth, stating he was from New Zealand when he enlisted in December 1914 in order to avoid rejection based on his race. He was wounded in action three times before being killed in March
Unit: 2nd Australian Infantry Battalion Bede Kenny (1896-1953) was born at Paddington, Sydney, and enlisted in August 1915, before his 19th birthday. A tall and powerful man, he became a well known member of his battalion and, later, a familiar figure at Sydney's ANZAC Day ceremonies. At Hermies, Kenny's platoon had to dig in on the edge of the village and engage any enemy attempting to leave. Several men were pinned down by heavy enemy fire before Kenny leapt up and rushed a post…
HU Private Leslie Haliburton Fynmore Unit: "C" Company Battalion Australian Infantry Australian Imperial Force.
Studio portrait of 8275 Sapper (Spr) John Fitzgerald, Australian Tunnelling Companies Reinforcements. Spr Fitzgerald, an indigenous soldier, embarked from Melbourne aboard SS Indarra on 26 November
Studio portrait of 1360 Private (Pte) George Silvester Goward 4th Battalion, of Eden, NSW. Pte Goward was a policeman prior to enlisting in November 1914. He embarked on board HMAT Seang Bee ...
Pt Martin Thomas Cullum Battalion of Prahran, Vic, aged 37 years. A cook prior to his enlistment on 5 July 1916 he embarked from Melbourne on board HMAT Nestor on 2 Oct 1916 and returned to Australia on 25 August
Photographic Portraits of South Australian Soldiers, Sailors and Nurses who took part in World War One Number 2415 BAWDEN, Ralph Mervin Battalion Place of birth: Salisbury Residence: Aldgate Died of wounds SRSA ref:
https://flic.kr/p/fePptD | Number 504 KARRAN, William Douglas John | GRG26/5/4 Photographic Portraits of South Australian Soldiers, Sailors and Nurses who took part in World War One Number 504 KARRAN, William Douglas John 50th Battalion (transferred from 10th) Place of birth: Alma St, Glenelg Residence: Alma St, Glenelg Severely wounded September 1917 SRSA ref: GRG26/5/4/504