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Lieut. F.H. Faddy, AIF

Lieut. F.H. Faddy, AIF

A Good Son, A Loyal Comrade
A Competent
And Fearless Soldier

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He Offered All
That We Might Live
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Lieut. T.M.P. Grace, NZEF

Lieut. T.M.P. Grace, NZEF

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We Live In Deeds, Not Years
He Most Lives Who
Thinks Noblest, Acts Best


Epitaph, Lieutenant B.N.W. Edwards



2nd Lieutenant Benjamin Noel William EDWARDS, 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Bendigo, Victoria. Single; Civil engineer / Recognised sniper, of 145 Pall Mall, Bendigo, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; James Benjamin Edwards. Mother; Harriett Blanche Edwards (nee Smith), of 145 Pall Mall, Bendigo, Victoria. Killed in action at Lone Pine, on 9 August 1915, aged 21. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Edward Roland EGAN, 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Tenterfield, NSW. Single; Clerk in Lands Department / Public School Teacher, of Kempsey, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Thomas Egan. Mother; Sarah A. Egan (nŽe Adams), of Shire Engineer, Kempsey, NSW. Died of wounds at 17th General Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt, on 14 August 1915, aged 25. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.

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Lieutenant Richard Ewen EGGLESTONE, Otago Battalion, NZEF. Born Lawrence, Otago, NZ. Single; Telegraphist, NZ Government, of 135 Cargill Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Joseph Egglestone. Mother; Mary Jane Egglestone, of 135 Cargill Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. Killed in action on Pope's Hill, central Anzac, on 2 May 1915, aged 26. No Known Grave.

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Captain (Hon.) Valentine Joseph EGGLESTONE, Otago Battalion, NZEF. Born Lawrence, NZ. Single; Clerk, Mollinson's Ltd., George St., Dunedin, of 135 Cargill Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Joseph Egglestone. Mother; Mary Jane Egglestone, of 135 Cargill Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 6 June 1915, aged 22. Grave: Shrapnel Valley cemetery.

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Lieutenant Howard Thomas ELDER, 5th Battalion, AIF. Born Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Salesman, of 30 Lorne Road, East Prahran, Victoria. Next of kin: Mother; Julia Elder (nee Hinton). Father; William Elder, of 30 Lorne Road, East Prahran, Victoria. Died of wounds at Sea: S.S. Braemar Castle, on 9 May 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Major Walter Whyte ELLIS, 13th Battalion, AIF. Born Gotherington, Cheltenham, England. Married; Business manager, Timber merchant, Area Officer, of Winship Street, Hamilton, Newcastle, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Ethel Euphemia Ellis (nŽe Kingwell), of Winship Street, Hamilton, Newcastle, NSW. Died of wounds at Casualty Clearing Station, Anzac, central Anzac, on 3 May 1915, aged 32. Grave: Beach cemetery.

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Major Elmslie, NZEF

Major James McGregor ELMSLIE (Queen's South Africa Medal & 5 Clasps. Mentioned in despatches), Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Waverley, NZ. Married; Farmer, of Waverley, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Martha Jean Elmslie (nee Hamilton), of 'Blair', Asher St, Coogee, Sydney, NSW / later; 2 Kelso Street, Burwood, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 9 August 1915, aged 38. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Percy Tivy EMERSON (Queen's SA Medal & 4 clasps. King's SA Medal & clasps. Mentioned in despatches (1901). Humane Society Silver Medal), Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Blenheim, NZ. Married; Meat inspector, Dept. of Agriculture, of Crescent Road, Roseneath, Wellington, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Lilian Adeline Emerson (nee Kissell), of 132 Nayland Street, Sumner, Christchurch / St Martin's Rd, Christchurch, New Zealand. Killed in action at No 3 Outpost, central Anzac, on 30 May 1915, aged 36. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Thomas Hatfield EVANS (Mentioned in despatches. Queen's South Africa Medal?), 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Huyton, Lancashire, England. Single; Machinery agent, of unstated location. Next of kin: Father; Thomas Evans. Mother; Alice Stewart Evans, of Honors Mead, Bovingdon, Hertfordshire, England. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 26 April 1915, aged 33. Grave: Shrapnel Valley cemetery.

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Duty Nobly Done

Epitaph, Captain W. S. Frayne




Lieutenant Faddy, AIF

Lieutenant Francis Horatio FADDY (Mentioned in despatches), 13th Battalion, AIF. Born Sydney, NSW. Single; Postal employee, of Wollongong P.O., NSW. Next of kin: Mother; Eda Linda Faddy (nŽe Sampson). Father; Francis Horace Faddy., of Wollongong P.O., NSW. Killed in action at Bloody Angle / The Chessboard, central Anzac, on 3 May 1915, aged 21. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Robert Twentyman FAIRCLOUGH, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Stawell, Victoria. Single; Grazier / Farmer, of 93 Mathoura Road, Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; William Fairclough. Mother; Hannah Fairclough (nee Twentyman), of 93 Mathoura Road, Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action at Steele's Post / German Officers Trench, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 35. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Charles Percy FARRIER, 10th Battalion, AIF. Born Mount McDonald, NSW. Single; Mine Surveyor, of Thomas Street, Broken Hill, NSW. Next of kin: Father; William Charles Valentine ('Val') Farrier, of Thomas Street, Broken Hill, NSW / Box 28, PO Broken Hill, NSW. Killed in action on Bolton's Ridge, central Anzac, on 9 May 1915, aged 20. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Major Fethers, AIF

Major Erle Finlayson Denton FETHERS, 5th Battalion, AIF. Born East Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Bank accountant, of Finch Street, East Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; James Denton Fethers. Mother; Amelia Charlotte Fethers (nee Hooper), of Finch Street, East Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 25 - 28 April 1915, aged 27. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Lieutenant Harry Herbert FFITCH, Canterbury Battalion, NZEF. Born Springfield, Canterbury, NZ. Single; Salesman, Neil & Co., General Merchants, Christchurch, of 34 Glandovey Road, Fendalton, Christchurch, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Henry Ffitch, of 34 Glendovey Rd, Fendalton, Christchurch, New Zealand. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 26 April 1915, aged 25. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant William Dalziel Seymour FINLAY, 24th Battalion, AIF. Born Albert Park, Victoria. Single; Accountant / Clerk, of 'Strathallan', North Road, Brighton, Victoria / 9 Cambridge Street, Auburn, Victoria. Next of kin: Brother; Eric Arthur Finlay, of 'Noorie', 9 Cambridge Street, Auburn, Victoria. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 29 November 1915, aged 35. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Major Robert Pearce (Bert) FLOCKART (Special Mention, D.O. 154 (MO 570, 1915).), 5th Battalion, AIF. Born Ballarat, Victoria. Single; Clerk / Area Officer for Brunswick / Soldier, of 20 Albert Street, Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Mother; Henrietta Flockart (nee Pearce). Father; Robert Munday Flockart, of 'Risdou', 55 The Broadway, East Camberwell, Melbourne, Victoria. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS 'Gascon', on 15 July 1915, aged 28. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant William Evelyn Francise Di Delle FLOWER, Auckland Battalion, NZEF. Born Warwickshire [Maida Vale, London?], England. Married; Acting fields inspector, Dept. of Agriculture, of Thames, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Margaret Isabel Flower (nee Brydon), of Gray St, Shortland, Thames / Dunedin, New Zealand. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 25 - 29 April 1915, aged 30. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Andrew Christopher FOGARTY, 24th Battalion, AIF. Born North Melbourne, Victoria. Married; Grazier, of 'Parknasilla', Princess Street, Kew, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Mary Agnes Fogarty (nŽe OŐConnor), of 'Parknasilla', Princess Street, Kew, Victoria / 6 Dorcas Street, South Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 29 November 1915, aged 29. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Alexander Elder FORSYTHE, Canterbury Battalion, NZEF. Born Thuro, Caithnessshire, Scotland. Single; Jeweller and optician / Watchmaker, of Motueka, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Alexander A. Forsythe. Mother; Janet M. Forsythe, of Coupar Angus, (near Dundee), Perthshire, Scotland. Killed in action at The Daisy Patch, Helles, on 8 May 1915, aged 29. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Reginald William FOSTER, 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Rockhampton, Queensland. Single; School teacher, Allenstown State School, Rockhampton, Qld, of William Street, Rockhampton, Queensland. Next of kin: Mother; Kate Foster (nee Wills), of Oswald Street, Rockhampton, Queensland. Killed in action at Hill 971, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 28. No Known Grave.

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Captain Ateo ('Arthur') FRANDI (Colonial Auxilliary Forces Long Service Medal. 12, 16 & 20 years service medals), Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born Pisa, Italy. Single; Piano tuner, of 16 Murphy Street, Wellington, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Aristodemo Frandi. Mother; Annunziata Frandi (nee Fabbrucci), of 20 Wingfield Street / 17 Adelaide Road, Newtown, Wellington, New Zealand. Killed in action at The Daisy Patch, Helles, on 6 May 1915, aged 41. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant John William FRANKLYN (Mentioned in Despatches (LG 28 Jan 1916). Special Mention.), 11th Battalion, AIF. Born Ballarat, Victoria. Single; Draper, of Hay Street, Subiaco, Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; Edward Ernest Franklyn. Mother; Eliza Jane Franklyn (nee Adair)., of Hay Street, Subiaco, Perth, Western Australia. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS "Sicilia', on 6 August 1915, aged 18. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Robert Andrew ('Bob') FRATER, Auckland Battalion, NZEF. Born Auckland, NZ. Single; Clerk / Sharebroker & land agent, Frater Bros., Auckland, of 4 City Road, Auckland / New Plymouth [?], New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Robert Frater. Mother; Martha Frater (nee Brown), of 4 City Road, Auckland, New Zealand. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Selam Gow, on 30 April 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Captain William Stanley FRAYNE, 10th Battalion, AIF. Born Thebarton, Adelaide, SA. Single; Clerk, of Hughes Street, Mile End, South Australia. Next of kin: Father; William Frayne. Mother; Nellie Frayne, of Hughes Street, Mile End, South Australia. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 22. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Lieutenant Freeman, AIF

Lieutenant Douglas Stephen FREEMAN, 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Cottage New Canterbury Road, Marrickville, NSW. Single; Assayer, mining engineer, certificated mine manager, NSW & Qld, of Bundaberg P.O., Queensland. Next of kin: Father; William Freeman. Mother; Lucy Rose Freeman (nee Fisher), of Clodagh House, Beresford Road, Rose Bay, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 3 May 1915, aged 39. No Known Grave.

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Captain Henry Philip FRY (Mentioned in Despatches (LG 29455)), 10th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Brentwood, Essex, England. Single; Grazier, of Crendon, Donnybrook, Western Australia. Next of kin: Brother; S.H. Fry, Esq., of 'Shenfield', Benger, Western Australia. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 29 August 1915, aged 33. No Known Grave.

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Behind All Shadows
Standeth God

Epitaph, Lt-Colonel R. Gartside




Lieutenant Frederick Alfred GALAGHER, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria. Married; Tailor's cutter, of Thornbury, Melbourne, Victoria / 39 Bower Street, Northcote South, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Winifred Martha Galagher (nee Pollock), of c/ Mrs Horton, 39 Bower Street, Northcote South, Victoria. Killed in action at Helles, on 8 May 1915, aged 32. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Stanley Millwood GARNHAM, 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Morpeth, NSW. Single; School teacher, of Morpeth, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Charles Robert Garnham. Mother; Mary Ann Staples Garnham (nŽe Jory), of Dunmore, Largs, near West Maitland, NSW. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 31. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Colonel (CO) Robert GARTSIDE (Queen's South Africa Medal & 5 clasps. Volunteer's Decoration (CAFD). Colonial Auxilliary Forces Long Service Medal.), 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Gisborne, Victoria. Married; Orchardist / Area Officer, of 'Elands', Harcourt, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Eliza Gartside (nŽe Drummond), of 'Elands', Harcourt, Victoria / 88 Cunningham Street, Westgarth, Victoria. Died of wounds in advance of the 'Tommies' Trench', Helles, on 8 May 1915, aged 52. Grave: Redoubt cemetery.

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Lieutenant Cyril Arthur GEDDES, 16th Battalion, AIF. Born Yea, Victoria. Single; Civil servant / Clerk, Office of the Chief Inspector of Machinery, Perth, of 47 Fitzroy Street, Victoria Park, Perth, WA / 47 Berwick Street, Victoria Park, Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; Arthur Lorraine Geddes. Mother; Isabel Mary Geddes (nee Sayers), of 47 Fitzroy Street, Victoria Park, Perth, WA / 47 Berwick Street, Victoria Park, Perth, Western Australia. Killed in action at the Bloody Angle, central Anzac, on 2/3 May 1915, aged 26. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Peter GIBSON, 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Port Sorrell, Tasmania. Single; Farmer, of 'Clifton', Don, Tasmania. Next of kin: Brother; Thomas Telfer Gibson, of 'Clifton', Don, Tasmania. Killed in action at Sari Bair, central Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 32. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Horace William GILCHRIST (Queen's South Africa Medal. King's South Africa Medal), 7th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Willoughby, Sydney, NSW. Married; Officer of Mounted Police (Constable 1st Class), of Police Station, Nundle, via Tamworth, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Mary Gilchrist (nŽe Macrae), of Police Station, Nundle, via Tamworth, NSW. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Sicilia, on 29 June 1915, aged 36. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Arthur MacKellar GILES, 4th Battalion, AIF. Born Waverley, Sydney, NSW. Single; Analytical chemist, of Care of Colonial Sugar Company, O'Connell Street, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Arthur Giles. Mother; Anne M. Giles (nŽe Mackellar), of Sydney Grammar School Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant David Martin GILLIES, 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Brisbane, Queensland. Single; Stockman, of Care of R.G. Gillies; Queen Street, Brisbane, Queensland. Next of kin: Father; Thomas Gillies. Mother; Helen (or Ellen) Gillies (nee Martin), of Ruth Street, South Brisbane, Queensland. Killed in action at Hill 971, northern Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 35. No Known Grave.

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Captain Chaplain Gillison, AIF, AIF

Captain (Chaplain 4th Class) The Reverend Andrew GILLISON (Mentioned in despatches), 4th Infantry Brigade, AIF. Born Baldernock, near Glasgow, Scotland. Married; Church minister, of St. George's Manse, East St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Isobel Gillison, of St. George's Manse, East St. Kilda / 'St. Andrew's', 666 Burke Road, Upper Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Died of wounds at 16th C.C.S., Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 22 August 1915, aged 46. Grave: Embarkation Pier cemetery.

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Lieutenant Alfred Bertram GLASSON, 8th Battalion, AIF. Born Kapunda, South Australia. Single; Journalist, of Scott Street, Warracknabeal, Victoria. Next of kin: Mother; Mrs Amelia Melvina Heckle (nee Heathershaw, formerly Glasson; married J.W. Heckle), of Church Street, Minyip, Victoria. Killed in action at Steele's Post / Canterbury Rest Gully, central Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 31. Grave: Beach cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant France (Francis Leon) GOMBERT, 17th Battalion, AIF. Born Sydney, NSW. Single; Licensed surveyor for Lands Dept., Sydney, in the Forbes district, NSW, of 'Bretaque', 3 Rawson Street, Haberfield, Sydney / Forbes, NSW. Next of kin: Sister; Miss Renee Gombert, of 'Bretaque', 3 Rawson Street, Haberfield, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 27 August 1915, aged 28. No Known Grave.

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Major Charles George GORDON (Queen's Medal & 5 Clasps), 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Kingstown, Dublin, Ireland. Married; Grazier & stock and station agent / Area officer, of Inverell, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Janet Mary Eveline Gordon (nee Gunther), of Henderson Street, Inverell, NSW / 259 Walker Street, North Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 45. No Known Grave.

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Captain John Hannington GOULDING, Canterbury Battalion, NZEF. Born Greymouth, NZ. Married; Teacher, Marlborough High School, of Alabama Rd, Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Richard Goulding. Mother; Elizabeth Goulding, of Gladstone Road, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand. Killed in action at in front of Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 6 June 1915, aged 34. Grave: Shrapnel Valley cemetery.

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Lieutenant Grace, NZEF

2nd Lieutenant Thomas Marshall Percy ('Hamie') GRACE (Mentioned in Despatches), Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born Pukawa, Lake Taupo, NZ. Single; Civil servant, Post & Telegraph Department, of 99 Coromandel Street, Wellington, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Lawrence Marshall Grace, of Government Buildings / Russell Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand. Killed in action on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 25. No Known Grave.

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Major Dugald Maxwell Lockwood GRAHAM (Queen's Medal & 4 Clasps), 2nd Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Upper Calliope Station, Port Curtis, Queensland. Single; Sugar Farmer, of Ayr, North Queensland. Next of kin: Father; the late John Lockwood Graham. Mother; Georgina Eliza Graham (nee White), of 'The Hermitage', Toowoomba, Queensland. Killed in action at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 15 May 1915, aged 45. Grave: Quinn's Post Cemetery.

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Lieutenant Wilfred Bert GRANGER, 8th Battalion, AIF. Born Waterloo, NSW . Single; Engineer, of 660 Spencer Street, West Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; The Hon. Lieut. Col. William Granger. Mother; Elizabeth Granger (nŽe Courtney), of Keilor Road, Keilor, Victoria. Died of wounds at the Beach, central Anzac, on 22 August 1915, aged 23. Grave: Beach cemetery.

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Major David GRANT, Canterbury Battalion, NZEF. Born Geraldine, Canterbury, NZ. Married; Butcher / Businessman, of Grant & Seaton, meat salesmen, of Stafford Street, Timaru, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Ann Watt Grant (nee Liddell), of Stafford Street / 23 Le Cren Street, Timaru, New Zealand. Died of wounds on Baby 700, central Anzac, on 25 - 29 April 1915, aged 41. Grave: Walker's Ridge cemetery.

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Lieutenant George Muir GRANT, 8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Wellington, NZ. Single; Surveyor and civil engineer, of 'Tavistock', 99 Princess Street, Kew, Victoria. Next of kin: Brother; Norman Grant, of 75 Jersey Road, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 27. No Known Grave.

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Major Samuel Alexander GRANT (Queen's South Africa Medal & 4 Clasps. Mentioned in despatches), Auckland Battalion, NZEF. Born Thames, NZ. Married; Soldier, NZ Staff Corps, of Napier St, Dunedin / Auckland, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Margaret Todd Grant, of Care of Mrs R.B. Symon, Kingsland Terrace, Kingsland, Auckland / Onehunga, Auckland, New Zealand. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Dongola, on 11 August 1915, aged 36. No Known Grave.

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Major (Chaplain 3rd Class) The Reverend William GRANT (Mentioned in despatches), Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Kirriemuir Scotland. Married; Church minister, of Gisborne & Wellington, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Isabella Grant (nee Blair), of 'The Manse', Childers Road, Gisborne / Lancaster StreetKarori, Wellington, New Zealand. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 28 August 1915, aged 56. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant James Hawthorne GRAY, Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born Otane, Hawkes Bay, NZ. Single; School Teacher / Instructor, Technical School, of 44 Main Street East, Palmerston North, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Ebeneezer Gray. Mother; Mary Gray, of 708 Havelock Road, Hastings, Napier, New Zealand. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Southland, on 9 May 1915, aged 31. No Known Grave.

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Captain Harry Franklin GREEN, 23rd Battalion, AIF. Born Daylesford, Victoria. Single; Doctor, of Daylesford and Prahran, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Charles Henry Green. Mother; Mary Elizabeth Green (nŽe Barkla), of 218 Purl [?] Road, Prahran, Victoria. Killed in action at 6th Field Ambulance, Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 29 November 1915, aged 26. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Captain Keith Eddowes GREEN, 10th Battalion, AIF. Born Glenelg, South Australia. Single; Shipping clerk, of Mitcham and Prospect, South Australia. Next of kin: Father; Thomas Walter Green. Mother; Mary Phillis Green, of C/ Mrs T. Horton, Burdue [?] Road, Joyce Park, Lower Mitcham, South Australia. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 22. Grave: Beach cemetery.

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Major Ernest Albert Edward GREGORY, 8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Murchison, Victoria. Single; Soldier, of Murchison, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Edward John Gregory. Mother; Mary Elizabeth Gregory (nee Tonkin), of Murchison, Victoria. Killed in action at Russell's Top, central Anzac, on 27 June 1915, aged 33. Grave: Ari Burnu cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Norman James GREIG (Mentioned in Divisional Orders), 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Daylesford, Victoria. Single; School teacher / Resident master, Scotch College, Melbourne Victoria, of Scotch College, East Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; David Greig. Mother; Jane Agnes Greig (nee Harper), of Bank of Victoria, Penshurst, Victoria. Killed in action at German Officer's Trench, central Anzac, on 12 July 1915, aged 24. No Known Grave.

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Captain William Edward GROOM, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Private secretary, of Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; William E. Groom. Mother; Charlotte Bulmar Groom (nee Davis), of 'Ashfield', 5 Elwood Street, Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action at Hill 971, northern Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 27. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Francis Benjamin Hart GUINNESS, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Oamaru, NZ. Single; Clerk, Guinness & Le Cren Ltd., of Rhodes St, Waimate, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Edwin Rowland Guinness. Mother; Florence Annie Guinness, of Care of Guinness and Le Cren, Timaru, New Zealand. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Gloucester Castle, on 25 August 1915, aged 24. No Known Grave.

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