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Capt. R.C. Crocker, AIF

Capt. R.C. Crocker, AIF

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Lieut. FM Coffee, AIF

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Lieutenant Cadell, AIF

Lieutenant Thomas Leonard CADELL, 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Goulburn, NSW. Single; Student, Military College, of London Bank of Australia, Newcastle, NSW. Next of kin: Father; John Alexander Cadell. Mother; Mary G.E. Cadell, of same address. Died of wounds at Sea, on 22 June 1915, aged 18. No Known Grave.

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Captain Philip Ignatius ('Naish') CALLARY, 9th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Petersburg (now Petersborourgh), SA. Single; General Storekeeper, of Petersburg, South Australia. Next of kin: Father; Philip Aloysius Callary. Mother; Margaret Matilda Callary, of Petersburg, South Australia / Grange, South Australia. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 28 August 1915, aged 29. No Known Grave.

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Lieut ND Cameron, NZEF

Lieutenant Norman Donald CAMERON, Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Masterton, NZ. Single; Farmer, of Upper Plain, Masterton, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Donald John Cameron, of Masterton, Wellington, New Zealand. Killed in action at No 3 Outpost, central Anzac, on 30 May 1915, aged 20. No Known Grave.

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2 Lieut W Cameron, AIF

2nd Lieutenant William CAMERON, 9th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Letter Finlay, Rushworth, Victoria. Single; Commission agent / Farmer, of Letterfinlay, Rushworth, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; William Cameron. Mother; Catherine [Katherine?] Cameron (nee McLeod), of Letterfinlay, Rushworth, Victoria / 'Lochaber', 36 Elms Road, East Malvern, Victoria. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 4 September 1915, aged 28. Grave: 7th Field Ambulance cemetery.

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Capt IF Campbell, AIF

Captain Irvine Fleming CAMPBELL (Queen's South Africa Medal & 5 Clasps), 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Gosford, NSW. Married; Shire Clerk, of Upper Hunter Shire; Scone, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Gertrude Ellen Campbell (nŽe Ward), of 'Avoca', St. Albans Street, Scone, NSW. Died of wounds at Sea; HMHS 'Neuralia', on 2 June 1915, aged 37. No Known Grave.

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Captain Campbell, AIF

Captain Sydney James CAMPBELL, 8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Portland, Victoria. Single; Doctor, of 'Maretino', Portland, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Hugh John Munro Campbell, M.L.A. Mother; Harriett Campbell (nŽe Jarret), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea, on 14 July 1915, aged 27. No Known Grave.

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Major Cannan, AIF

Major Douglas Herman CANNAN, 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Townsville, Qld. Single; Secretary & Manager, Metropolitan Fish Market Board (Fellow of the Queensland Institute of Accountants), of Brisbane, Queensland. Next of kin: Father; John Kearsey Cannan, solicitor, of Queen Street, Brisbane, / Chelmer, North Brisbane, Queensland. Killed in action at Hill 971, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 35. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieut. Cargo, NZEF

2nd Lieutenant James Roy CARGO, Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born East Tamaki, Auckland, NZ. Single; Ledger-keeper, Bank of N.S.W., of New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; James Cargo. Mother; Belle Cargo, of 9 Church Street, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand. Killed in action at Courtney's Post, central Anzac, on 3 June 1915, aged 25. Grave: Ari Burnu cemetery.

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Lieut Carmichael, AIf

Lieutenant Thomas McLeod ('Tommy') CARMICHAEL, 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Bundalong, Victoria. Single; School teacher (High School), of Yarrawonga, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Alexander Carmichael. Mother; Annie Carmichael (nee McLeod), of Benalla Street, Benalla, Victoria. Died of wounds at Helles, on 8 May 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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2 Lieut Carpenter, NZEF

2nd Lieutenant David Reid CARPENTER, Auckland Battalion, NZEF. Born Hounslow, Middlesex, England. Single; Law Clerk, of Veteran's Home, Mount Albert Road, Onehunga, Auckland, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Major Robert Carpenter, of same address. Killed in action at The Daisy Patch, Helles, on 6 May 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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Lieut Carse, AIF

Lieutenant Arthur Edward CARSE (Mentioned in despatches), 16th Battalion, AIF. Born Ascot Vale, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Civil servant / Clerk, Mines Department (Records branch), of Victoria Park, Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; William Macklin (Malcolm?) Carse. Mother; Clara Carse (nee Wills), of 11 Cargill Street, Victoria Park, Perth, Western Australia. Died of wounds in Egypt, on 2 May 1915, aged 22. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.

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Major Carter, AIF

Major Francis (Frank) Bird CARTER, 16th Battalion, AIF. Born Uxbridge, Middlesex, England. Married; Chartered accountant, of 74 Stirling Street, Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Cora Gwendolin (Gwen) Carter (nee Elliott), of same address. Killed in action at Courtney's Post, central Anzac, on 27 April 1915, aged 40. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Charles CARTHEW, 8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Happy Valley, Victoria. Single; Farmer, of Owens Vale, via Myrtleford, Victoria. Next of kin: Brother; Thomas Henry Carthew, of same address. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 33. No Known Grave.

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2 Lieut Cazalet, NZEF

2nd Lieutenant Clement Marshall CAZALET, NZ Infantry Bde HQ, NZEF. Born Moscow, Russia. Single; Sheep farmer, of Terako, Waiau, North Canterbury, New Zealand. Next of kin: W.L. Cazalet / L.M. Tripp, of Care of Chapman, Skerett, Tripp and Blair, Wellington, New Zealand / Care of Robbeck Bros., Jervis Place, Bournemouth, England / Dean Park Lodge, Eastbourne, England. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS 'Dunluce Castle', on 8 August 1915, aged 28. No Known Grave.

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Captain Francis George CHABREL, 16th Battalion, AIF. Born The Don, Tasmania (?). Single; Soldier, of Nile Street, Glenelg, SA / Broadmeadows Camp, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Marcelin John Chabrel. Mother; Annie Madelinn Chabrel, of 27 Robert Street, North Unley, South Australia. Killed in action at Hill 971, northern Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 20. No Known Grave.

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Major Chambers, NZEF

Major Selwyn CHAMBERS, Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Havelock North, NZ. Married; Sheep Farmer, of Havelock North, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Violet A. Chambers (nee Hall), of Kopanga, Havelock North, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. Killed in action at Table Top, northern Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 28. No Known Grave.

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2 Lieut EHS Chapman, AIF

2nd Lieutenant Earl Haddon Simpson CHAPMAN, 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Mersey, Tasmania. Single; Clerk, of Lincoln Road, Essendon, Victoria. Next of kin: Douglas Earl Chapman. Mother; Clara Harvey Chapman (nee Warren), of 'Waubuno', Lincoln Road, Essendon, Victoria. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS 'Seeang Choon', on 27 April 1915, aged 20. No Known Grave.

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Major Chapman, NZEF

Major Frank CHAPMAN (Queen's South Africa Medal & 1 clasp. Mentioned in despatches), Auckland Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Richmond, Surrey, England. Single; Sheep Farmer, of Opotiki, New Zealand. Next of kin: Brother; Ernest Edward Chapman, of same address. Killed in action on Rhododendron Ridge, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 57. No Known Grave.

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Captain Andrew George CHRISTIAN (Special Mention for Conspicuous Gallantry), 1st Battalion, AIF. Born Mudgee, NSW. Married; Federal public servant (P.M.G. Department) / Area Officer, of Rainbow Street, Coogee, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Minnie Laura Christian, of 'Leonardville', Rainbow Street, Coogee, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Shrapnel Valley, central Anzac, on 1 May 1915, aged 42. Grave: Shrapnel Valley cemetery.

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Lieut Clark, NZEF

Lieutenant Alexander James CLARK (NZ Vounteer Service Medal. NZ Long & Efficient Service Medal. Silver Cross, NZ Fire Service. NZ Volunteer Fire Brigade Long Service Medal), Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born London, England. Single; Upholsterer, of Fire Station, Eltham, Taranaki, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Daniel Clark, of 168 Harrow Road, London W., England. Killed in action near Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 13 August 1915, aged 40. No Known Grave.

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Lieut Col Clarke, AIF

Lieutenant Colonel (CO) Lancelot Fox CLARKE (Distinguished Service Order. Queen's South Africa Medal & 4 Clasps. King's South Africa Medal & 2 Clasps. Volunteer's Decoration. Mentioned in despatches (2)), 12th Battalion, AIF. Born Melbourne, Victoria. Married; Shipping manager, of Victoria Parade, Devonport, Tasmania. Next of kin: Daughter; Mabel Clarke, of same address. Killed in action at Russell's Top, near The Nek, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 56. Grave: Beach cemetery.

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Captain Sydney Reynold CLEMENT, 5th Battalion, AIF. Born Marlow, Buckinghamshire, England. Married; Reserve Officer, HM Army, of 28 Jolimont Terrace, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Gladys Clement, of Caldicot Hall, Newport, Monmouthshire, England. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 26 April 1915, aged 42. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Lieut Close, AIF

2nd Lieutenant Stanley Robert CLOSE, 8th Battalion, AIF. Born Stuart Mill, St. Arnaud, Victoria. Single; State school teacher, Brennan's Hill, Victoria, of 91 Bond Street, Ballarat East, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Robert Maxwell Close, of 91 Bond Street, Ballarat East, Victoria. Died of wounds at Sea, on 28 April 1915, aged 20. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Coffee, AIF

Lieutenant Frank Matthew COFFEE, 24th Battalion, AIF. Born Willoughby (now Chatswood), Sydney, NSW. Single; Engineer and journalist, of 'Iriquois', Mowbray Road, Chatswood, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Frank Coffee. Mother; Sarah Coffee (nee Molony?), of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 18 November 1915, aged 28. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Lieut Collin, AIF

Lieutenant Leslie Norman COLLIN, 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Brisbane, Qld. Single; Law Student, of Curphy Street, New Farm, Brisbane, Queensland. Next of kin: Father; Captain William John Collin. Mother; Amelia McNee Collin (nee Stirling), of same address. Killed in action at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 9 May 1915, aged 20. No Known Grave.

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Capt Coltman, AIF

Major Charles Stanley COLTMAN (Military Cross. Queen's Medal & 4 Clasps. King's Medal & 2 Clasps. Mentioned in Despatches), 4th Battalion / 1st Battalion, AIF. Born Ballarat, Victoria. Widower; Company manager, of 45 Hunter Street, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; William Coltman JP. Mother; Thirza Coltman (nee Brown), of 'Melton', Ascot Street, Ballarat, Victoria. Died of other causes (pneumonia) at 3rd AGH, Cairo, Egypt, on 6 January 1916, aged 38. Grave: Cairo War Memorial cemetery.

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Capt Comins, AIF

Captain Percival Richard COMINS (Colonial Auxilliary Forces (George V) Decoration, Colonial Auxilliary Forces Long Service (Edward VII) Medal. Special Mention Div. Orders.), 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Maryborough, Victoria. Single; Cutter, of 105 Stanthorpe Street, Malvern, Victoria. Next of kin: Sister; Caroline Angel Comins, of same address. Died of other causes (para-typhoid) at 3rd General Hospital, Mudros, Lemnos, Greece, on 30 November 1915, aged 49. Grave: Portianos Military cemetery.

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Capt Concanon, AIF

Captain George Lewis Blake CONCANON (Mentioned in despatches), 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Brisbane, Queensland. Married; Independent means, of National Bank of Australasia Ltd., Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW / Wahroonga, Kuringai, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Evelyn Etta Concanon, of 'National Bank of Australasia Ltd., Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW / 'Maylagh', Cleveland Street, Wahroonga, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Russell's Top/Walker's Ridge, central Anzac, on 27 April 1915, aged 34. No Known Grave.

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Capt Connelly, AIF

Captain Clive Emerson CONNELLY, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Bendigo, Victoria. Married; Barrister & Solicitor, of Bendigo, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Vivienne Frances Connelly (nee Jackson), of 'Koree', Thomas Street, Hampton, Victoria / 'Goonddoola', Sophia Grove, Belgrave, Victoria. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 27 August 1915, aged 30. No Known Grave.

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Major AE Cook, AIF

Major Alfred Edward COOK (Queen's South Africa Medal & 4 Clasps. Volunteers' Decoration), 9th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Plympton, SA. Married; Master Butcher, of Largs Bay, South Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Mary Francis Cook, of Devonport Road, Melton Park, SA / Military Road, Largs Bay, South Australia. Died of wounds in Malta, on 4 July 1915, aged 45. Grave: Pieta Military cemetery.

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2 Lieut JH Cooke, AIF

2nd Lieutenant Joseph Henry COOKE, 11th Battalion, AIF. Born Dinapur, India. Married; Accountant, of Wickepin, Swan, Western Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Rosetta Agnes Boon Cooke, of same address. Killed in action on Baby 700, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 32. No Known Grave.

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2 Lieut Corbett, NZEF

2nd Lieutenant John Mainer CORBETT, Auckland Battalion, NZEF. Born Waitekauri, Thames, NZ. Single; Assayer & metallurgist, of Waihi, New Zealand. Next of kin: Mary Ann Corbett & Father; Edward Corbett, of Shirley, Waitekauri, Ohinemuri, New Zealand. Killed in action at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 8 June 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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Capt Corley, AIF

Captain Anthony Purdon Hagarty CORLEY, 11th Battalion, AIF. Born Dublin, Ireland. Married; Doctor, of Military Headquarters, Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Phyllis Annie Corley (nee Sydenham), of same address. Killed in action at Sniper's Post, Silt Spur, southern Anzac, on 17 September 1915, aged 38. Grave: Shell Green cemetery.

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Lieutenant Costin, AIF

Lieutenant (MG Officer) Joseph William COSTIN, 9th Battalion, AIF. Born Graceville, Brisbane, Qld. Single; Electrical engineer / Telephone and Telegraph engineer, of 'Inchbrakie', Fernberg Road, Paddington, Brisbane, Queensland. Next of kin: Father; Charles William Costin. Mother; Ellen O'Donnell Costin (nee Sutton), of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 25 - 28 April 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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2 Lieut Cotterill, AIF

2nd Lieutenant Eric Roland COTTERILL, 13th Battalion, AIF. Born Paddington, Sydney, NSW. Single; Warehouseman, of Stanmore, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; George Townsend Cotterill. Mother; Dora(h) Gifford Cotterill, of Edward Street, Young, NSW. Killed in action at The Chessboard, central Anzac, on 9 May 1915, aged 23. Grave: Quinn's Post cemetery.

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Major Courtney, AIF

Lieutenant Colonel Richard Edmond COURTNEY (C.B. Volunteer's Decoration), 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Castlemaine, Victoria. Married; Solicitor, of 127 Queen Street, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Miss Isabella Courtney, of 103 Albion Street, Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria. Died of Other Causes (hemorrhage of the brain) at Melbourne, Australia, on 21 October 1919, aged 49. Grave: Melbourne, Victoria.

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Lieut AMC Couve, AIF

Lieutenant Alan Morris Crawford COUVE, 8th Battalion, AIF. Born Clifton Hill, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Chemist's apprentice, of Robinson Street, Dandenong, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Joson Marie Couve. Mother; Minian Couve (nee Ladson), of same address. Died of wounds at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 26 April 1915, aged 21. Grave: Beach cemetery.

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Lieut HTL Couve, AIF

Lieutenant Henry Thomas Ladson COUVE, 8th Battalion, AIF. Born Dandenong, Victoria. Single; Civil servant, of Robinson Street, Dandenong, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Joson Marie Couve. Mother; Minian [Minnie] Couve (nee Ladson), of same address. Killed in action at Helles, on 8 May 1915, aged 26. No Known Grave.

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Lieut HR Cowan, NZEF

Lieutenant Henry Rawlings COWAN, Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born Auckland, NZ. Single; Brewer / Brewer's assistant, of Mangatainoka, Wellington, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Henry Cowan, of same address. Died of wounds at Sea, en route to Egypt, on 15 May 1915, aged 25. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.

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Lieut JG Cowan, NZEF

Lieutenant James George COWAN (Mentioned in despatches), Otago Battalion, NZEF. Born Cromwell, Otago, NZ. Single; School teacher, Oamaru Middle school, of Globe Hotel, Oamaru, New Zealand. Next of kin: Mother; Mrs Alice Mary Cowan, of 69 Main Road, North-east Valley, Dunedin / Rotomanu, West Coast, New Zealand. Killed in action at Helles, on 7 May 1915, aged 25. Grave: Pink Farm cemetery.

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Lieutenant Alan Birchenall COX, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Kew, Victoria. Single; Salesman, of 'St. Claire', 35 Narong Road, Caulfield, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Thomas William James Cox. Mother; Susan Emma P. Cox (nee Watts), of same address. Killed in action at Helles on 8 May 1915, aged 21. Grave: Redoubt cemetery.

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2 Lieut FJ Cox, AIF

2nd Lieutenant Frederick John COX, 1st Battalion, AIF. Born St. Peters, Sydney, NSW. Single; Electrical mechanic / Telegraph lineman (foreman), of 125 Norton Street, Leichhardt, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; John Cox. Mother; Miriam Cox (nŽe Allen), of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 27. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Capt W Cox, AIF

Captain Wallace COX, 1st Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Carlingford, Sydney NSW . Single; Fruit Grower, of 'Blenheim', Carlingford, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Frederick Chad Cox, of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS 'Caledonian', central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 31. No Known Grave.

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Lieut Crabbe, AIF

Lieutenant Keith George Wallace CRABBE, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Balaclava, Victoria. Single; Clerk at J.C. Hutton's, William Street, Melbourne, of 'Gordon', 17 Byron Street, St. Kilda, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; George Crabbe. Mother; Harriet Terese Wallace-Crabbe (nee Cherry), of same address. Killed in action at Kaiajik Dere (near Hill 60), northern Anzac, on 21 August 1915, aged 21. No Known Grave.

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2 Lieut Cradick, AIF

2nd Lieutenant William Rupert CRADICK, 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Jesmond, Newcastle, NSW. Single; Clerk / Secretary, Bowthorne Co-op Dairy Company, Morpeth NSW, of 'Kumarro', Beach Street, Coogee, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Thomas Cradick. Mother; Elizabeth Cradick, of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 26. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Major Cribb, NZEF

Major Charles William Edward CRIBB (Queen's South Africa Medal. King's South Africa Medal. NZ Long & Efficient Service Medal. Colonial Auxilliary Medal), Canterbury Battalion, NZEF. Born Blenheim, NZ. Married; Senior mail clerk, of 17 Shakespeare Street, Greymouth, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Nellie Cribb (nee Sotheran) / Mother; Mrs Mary Sowman, of 17 Shakespeare Street, Greymouth, NZ / Shakespeare Bay, Picton, New Zealand. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Delta, on 9 August 1915, aged 42. No Known Grave.

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Capt. Crocker AIF

Captain Robert Clive CROCKER, 2nd Field Artillery Brigade, AIF. Born Windsor, Victoria. Single; Solicitor of Supreme Court of Victoria, of 31 Riversdale Road, Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Henry Sayers Crocker. Mother; Margaret Eleanor Crocker (nee Wilson), of same address. Killed in action at Helles, on 12 July 1915, aged 27. Grave: Pink Farm cemetery.

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Lieut Crow, AIF

Lieutenant Robert Harold (Bob) CROW, 13th Battalion, AIF. Born Lithgow, NSW. Single; Civil servant (clerk), P.M.G. Department, Sydney, NSW / accountant, of 6 McKenzie Street, Waverley, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Robert Andrew Crow. Mother; Margaret Crow, of 6 McKenzie Street, Waverley / 'Raymo', Newland Street, Waverley, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at The Chessboard, central Anzac, on 2 May 1915, aged 24. Grave: Quinn's Post cemetery.

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Capt Crowl, AIF

Captain Joseph Terrell CROWL, 8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born South Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Stock auctioneer, Dalgety & Co., Geelong, Victoria, of National Bank, Port Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Joseph Terrell Crowl. Mother; Jane Crowl (nee Orme), of same address. Killed in action at Russell's Top, central Anzac, on 27 June 1915, aged 31. Grave: Ari Burnu cemetery.

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2 Lieut Cullen, AIF

2nd Lieutenant Hedley Elbert CULLEN, 10th Battalion, AIF. Born Terowie, SA. Single; Wool Merchant, of Victoria Terrace, Hawthorn, South Australia. Next of kin: Father; William Cullen. Mother; Sarah Cullen (nee Twyman), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Dongola, on 10 August 1915, aged 21. No Known Grave.

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Lieut Cunningham, AIF

Lieutenant Royston Kingsborough CUNNINGHAM, 1st Battalion, AIF. Born Randwick, Sydney NSW. Single; Customs clerk, of unstated location. Next of kin: Father; James Edward Cunningham. Mother; Annie Kingsborough Cunningham (nŽe Corough), of 'Tirkaura', Collins Street, Chatswood, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 19 May 1915, aged 22. Grave: Shrapnel Valley cemetery.

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Capt GL Curlewis, AIF

Captain Gordon Levason CURLEWIS, 16th Battalion, AIF. Born Bell, Victoria. Married; Business salesman, of Blackboy Hill Camp, Western Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Margaret Rose Curlewis (nee Johnston), of c/ Mr J.F. Johnston, Lescherault, Bunbury, Western Australia. Killed in action at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 9 May 1915, aged 30. Grave: Beach cemetery.

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Lieut K Curlewis, AIF

Lieutenant Kenneth CURLEWIS, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Benambra, Upper Murray, Victoria. Single; Electrical engineer, of 20 Bailey Avenue, Malvern, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Alfred William Curlewis. Mother; Frances Anne Curlewis (nee Graves), of same address. Killed in action at Hill 971, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 21. No Known Grave.

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Lieut Curwen-Walker, AIF

Lieutenant Arthur Herbert CURWEN-WALKER, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Ballarat, Victoria. Single; Soldier, of 14th Battalion, AIF (in training camp). Next of kin: Father; Henry Cleburne Curwen-Walker. Mother; Gertrude Marie Curwen-Walker (nee Barnard), of 22 Lydiard Street, South Ballarat, Victoria. Died of wounds at Sea: HMT Devanha, on 3 May 1915, aged 20. No Known Grave.

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Faithful Unto Death
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Lieut Dale, AIF


Lieutenant (Adjutant) Charles Coning DALE, 8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Longwarry, Victoria. Married; Soldier, of 'Castleton', Davis Street, Brunswick, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Sabina Dale (nŽe Wootten), of 595 Canning Street, North Carlton, Victoria. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 21. No Known Grave.

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Lieut Dangerfield, AIF

Lieutenant Joseph Garnet DANGERFIELD, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Moonee Ponds, Victoria. Single; Commercial Traveller / Clerk, of 'Keynshaw', 29 Canning Street, Hotham Hill, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Edwin Dangerfield. Mother; Janet Dangerfield (nee Gorham), of same address. Killed in action at Helles, on 8 May 1915, aged 26. No Known Grave.

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2 Lieut Dannefaerd, AIF

2nd Lieutenant William Jacob DANNEFAERD, 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Rockdale, Sydney, NSW. Single; School teacher, of 'Falster', Cameron Street, Rockdale, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Frederick T. Dannefaerd. Mother; Margaret Dannefaerd, of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 25. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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2 Lieut Davey, AIF

2nd Lieutenant Charles Basil Trevor DAVEY, 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Kerang, Victoria. Single; Clerk (Foreman, Printing Department) / Accountant, of Observer Office, Kerang, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; William John Davey. Mother; Mary McKenny Davey (nee Blackham), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Ionian, on 29 April 1915, aged 25. No Known Grave.

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2 Lieut Davidson, NZEF

2nd Lieutenant Thomas Alan DAVIDSON, Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born Dunedin, NZ. Single; Drill Instructor (Soldier ) / Furniture trade, of Levin, New Zealand. Next of kin: Mother; Elizabeth Davidson. Father; David Davidson, of 68 Harbour Terrace, Dunedin, New Zealand. Killed in action at Walden's Point, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 34. No Known Grave.

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Major Davidson, AIF

Major William DAVIDSON (Mentioned in Despatches. Special Mention.), 1st Battalion, AIF. Born Nairn, Scotland. Married; Soldier (for 23 years), of 'Oraraville', Algernon Street, Oatley, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Annie [Mary?] McCrove [McCrone?] Davidson (nee Blunden), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Guildford Castle, on 19 August 1915, aged 49. No Known Grave.

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2 Lieut Davis, AIF

2nd Lieutenant William Edwin (Ted) DAVIS, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Fitzroy, Victoria. Married; Engine driver, of 'Sivaddet', 8 Mount Street, Prahran, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Maud Davis (nŽe Joyce), of same address. Killed in action at Helles, on 8 May 1915, aged 40. No Known Grave.

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Lieut Davison, NZEF

Lieutenant Francis DAVISON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born St. Leonards, Amuri, NZ. Married; Farmer, of St. Leonards, Amuri, North Canterbury, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Alice Wilmot Davison (nee Rawson), of Lowry Park, Culverden, Canterbury, New Zealand. Killed in action at Bauchop's Hill, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 26. Grave: Embarkation Pier cemetery.

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Lieutenant William Henry DAWKINS, 2nd Field Coy. Aust Engineers, AIF. Born Rochester, Victoria. Single; Military student / Regular Officer, of Leonora, Ferntree Gully, Victoria / Korong Vale, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Arthur Dawkins. Mother; Eliza Dawkins (nee Reynolds), of Leonora, Ferntree Gully, Victoria / Rowell Ave, Camberwell, Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action at Dawkins' Point, McCay's Hill, central Anzac, on 12 May 1915, aged 22. Grave: Beach cemetery.

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Lieut ADG Dawson, AIF

Lieutenant Alan Douglas Gibb DAWSON, 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born St. Leonards, NSW. Single; Law clerk / Solicitor, of West Maitland, NSW, and New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Alexander Robertson Dawson. Mother; Margaret Anne Dawson, of 45 Shelly Beach Road, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand. Killed in action at exact location unknown, Anzac sector, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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Capt E Dawson, AIF

Captain Edward DAWSON, 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Ilford, NSW. Single; Civil servant, G.P.O. Sydney, of Rylstone, NSW. Next of kin: Father; James Dawson. Mother; Jessie Dawson (nŽe Maclean), of 'Henbury', Kandos, NSW. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 6 - 8 August 1915, aged 35. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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2nd Lieut. Deck, NZEF

2nd Lieutenant Robin Howell DECK, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Richmond, [Motueka?], NZ. Married; Fruit farmer, of Aporo, Nelson / Motueka, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Mabel Annie Deck (nee Skinner), of 134 Upper Nelson Street, Auckland, New Zealand. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 29 August 1915, aged 26. No Known Grave.

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Major Derrick, AIF

Major Cecil Reginald DERRICK, 22nd Battalion, AIF. Born 122 Dover Street, Richmond, Victoria. Single; Food analyst / analytical chemist / Area Officer, of Town Pier, Port Melbourne / Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Brother; Theodore Charles Derrick, of 35 Power Street, Hawthorn, Victoria. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Maheno, on 20 September 1915, aged 36. No Known Grave.

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Lieut Dickson, AIF

Lieutenant Norman DICKSON, 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Wolverhampton, England. Single; Mill man, of Geeveston, Huon, Tasmania. Next of kin: Mother; Mary Dickson, of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMT Ionian, on 27 April 1915, aged 34. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieut. Digges La Touche, AIF

2nd Lieutenant Everard DIGGES LA TOUCHE, 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Burrendale, Newcastle, County Down, Ireland. Married; Clerk in Holy Orders (Clergyman), of University Club, Castlereagh Street, Sydney NSW / Dural Road, Hornsby, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Eva Digges La Touche (nee King), of The Rectory, Miltown, County Kerry Ireland. Died of wounds at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 32. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Lieut Dodson, NZEF

Lieutenant Frederic Hugh DODSON, Auckland Battalion, NZEF. Born Hukanui, Waikato, NZ. Single; Auctioneer, NZ Loan & Mercantile Agency, of Tauranga, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Albert Frederick Dodson / Mother; Maude Dodson, of Lake Rd / Holiday Road Takapuna, Auckland NZ / Courtville Annexe, Auckland, New Zealand. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, between 25 - 29 April 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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2 Lieut Dodwell, AIF

2nd Lieutenant Malby George Crofton DODWELL, 20th Battalion, AIF. Born Hartley, Blue Mountains, NSW. Married; Indentor / Indent Agent, of Brooweena, Darley Road, Manly, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Alice Muriel Dodwell (nee Godwin), of same address. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 13 December 1915, aged 38. No Known Grave.

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Lieut Donaldson, AIF

Lieutenant Joseph Kenneth DONALDSON, 18th Battalion, AIF. Born Queensland. Married; Consulting electrical and mechanical engineer, of 'Doondi', Almora Street, Mosman, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Doris Donaldson (nee North), of same address. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 22 August 1915, aged 28. No Known Grave.

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Chap-Capt Dore, NZEF

Chaplain Captain Patrick DORE (Military Cross. Mentioned in Despatches), Auckland Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Limerick, Ireland. Single; Parish Priest, of Foxton, New Zealand. Next of kin: Friend; P. Hennesay, of Shannon, New Zealand. Died of wounds at Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand, on 15 July 1918, aged 33. Grave: Foxton, NZ.

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Capt Douglas, AIF

Captain William Bowman DOUGLAS, 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Richmond, NSW. Married; Farmer, of Bowman's Farm, Richmond, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Ethel Bowman Douglas (nee Illingworth), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMT Gascon, on 5 May 1915, aged 33. No Known Grave.

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Lieut Duchesne, AIF

Lieutenant William Sydney DUCHESNE, 1st Battalion, AIF. Born Waverley, Sydney, NSW. Single; Student Military Sience / Soldier (Lieutenant) A & I Staff, of 55 Smith Street, Summer Hill, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Edwin James Duchesne. Mother; Edith Rachael Duchesne (nee Robins), of 'Coralie', 12 Ashburner Street, Manly, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action on Baby 700, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 21. Grave: Baby 700 cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Frank DUFFIELD, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Oldham, Lancashire, England. Single; Iron machinist, of Footscray, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Jonas Duffield. Mother; Fanny Duffield, of 94 Lees Road, Oldham, Lancashire, England. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 22 August 1915, aged 35. No Known Grave.

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Lieut Durston, AIF

Lieutenant Norman Henry DURSTON, 16th Battalion, AIF. Born Northcote, Victoria. Single; Officer, C.M.F. / Soldier, of Poowong, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Sydney Frederick Durston. Mother; Ellen Durston (nee Foreman), of 'Kingsley', 97 Tennyson Street, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action at Turkish Quinn's, central Anzac, on 10 May 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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Lieut Duthie, NZEF

Lieutenant Robert Leiper Martin DUTHIE, Otago Battalion, NZEF. Born Milton, Otago, NZ. Single; Farmer, of Lovell's Flat, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; John Alexander Duthie, of Milton, Otago, New Zealand. Died of wounds at Helles, on 12 May 1915, aged 24. Grave: Pink Farm cemetery.

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Lieut Dwyer, AIF

Lieutenant Albert Valentine DWYER, 23rd Battalion, AIF. Born Carlton, Victoria. Married; Clerk, of Bartlett Street, Preston, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Ella (Ellie) Dwyer (nee Howard), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Dongola, on 3 December 1915, aged 36. No Known Grave.

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