13287 Antonia Robert FRANCIS
See Burials with Medals and Awards
46th Bn. Australian Inf.
Died 16th September 1916 Age 19
Thy Will Be Done O Lord
Thomas Arthur died from gunshot wound to his back and abdomen.
I had a message from Gary and Frances Rush saying that they had visited Frances great uncle Thomas's grave when they were here on a visit a few years ago.
"He was born in a tiny town called Deptford about two and half hours drive from Melbourne . His service no.was 1865a, he enlisted 14/1/1916 and died at the hospital 16/9/1916 .
Studio portrait of 1865 A Private (Pte) Thomas Arthur Harding, 46th Battalion. A sleeper cutter from Deptford, Victoria prior to enlistment, Pte Harding embarked from Melbourne on HMAT Euripides on 4 April 1916. Later wounded in action, he was evacuated to England where, on 16 September 1916, aged 19, he succumbed to his wounds and was buried in the Netley Military Cemetery, Hampshire. This is one of a series of photographs taken by the Darge Photographic Company which had a concession to take photographs at the Broadmeadows and Seymour army camps during the First World War. In the 1930s, the Australian War Memorial purchased the original glass negatives from Algernon Darge, along with the photographers' notebooks. The notebooks contain brief details, usually a surname or unit name, for each negative.
Photo made c 15th March 1916 in Broadmeadows Melbourne.
Lieutenant Reginald HARRINGTON see Burials with Medals and Awards
Died 27th September 1915 Age 52
He Gave His Best
His Life, His All
For King And Country
George Longworth enlisted on 4th September 1914 age 38 so the age on his headstone maybe wrong. He had previously been in the Royal Navy for 10 years. He was born in Coventry England to parents George and Selina. He died of Enteric or Typhoid.
In Memory Of
Pte. Horace N. JONES
18th Batt. A.I.F.
Wounded Anzac Died At Netley 13/9/15
Aged 23 years
Erected By His Loving Sisters
Horace Newby signed up on the 10th April 1915. He was 23 and a bricklayer from Paddington in Sydney. His sister's were Nellie and Una. He died after he had his right arm amputated due to gun shot wounds and a compound fracture of the humerous received at Gallipoli.
2840A Lance Cpl.
W.J. KANIERS (KAUIERS)
1st Australian Pioneers
Died 30th August 1918 Age 27
William John KAUIERS enlisted in Melbourne on 29th June 1915. He was wounded in France on the 23rd August 1918 and arrived in England on the "Guildford Castle"
He died of Tetanus from a gunshot wound to his elbow on the 30th August.
30th Bn, Australian Infantry
Died 21st June 1917
Dearly Loved Elder Son Of
R.H. And Late M.A. Lansdowne
Lindsay Robert was born to Mary Ann and Robert Henry. He was wounded at Messines where he sustained a wound to his abdomen. He developed septicaemia and died.
Aust. Army Service Corps.
Died 19th January 1918
Only An Anzac
One Of The Best
Loved By All Who Knew Him
Frederick James was 26 years old when he enlisted and was a pastry cook.He was in the 1st Field Bakery. Frederick died at the University War Hospital in Southampton of bronchitis and heart failure. Private Lee's brother attended his funeral. His parents were Elizabeth Jane Ada and William John.
Aust. Field Artillery
Died 17th April 1918 Age 35
Though Death Divides
Fond Memory Clings
Henry Thomas was born to Annie and Johnny. He was 30 years old and a butcher when he enlisted in July 1915. He died from wounds received in action whilst returning to England onboard H.M.A.T. Carisbrook Castle.
51st Bn. Australian Inf.
Died 15th September 1916 Age 45
His Duty Nobly Done
John Christian was 42 and a carpenter when he enlisted. He was born in New Zealand to John and Mary. His wife was Laura. He died from gunshot wounds to his shoulder and leg which was then amputated, in the University War Hospital Southampton.