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Lieut. C. Hayter, NZEF

Lieut. C. Hayter, NZEF


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

Epitaph, 2nd Lieutenant G. H. Henderson-Smith


Gladly Did I Live And
Gladly Die And I Laid Me
Down With A Will

Epitaph, Lieutenant E. E. Henty


Capt. W.R. Hoggart, AIF

Capt. W.R. Hoggart, AIF

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By What Celestial Streams

Epitaph, Lieutenant H. C. Holden




2nd Lieutenant Sydney Gordon Leslie HALL, 11th Battalion, AIF. Born Lucindale, SA. Single; Bank official / Bank Clerk, of Pingelly, Western Australia / Care of Union Bank of Australia Ltd, Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; Ebeneezer Hall. Mother; Fanny Sophia Hall, of 'Roseford', 37 Opey Avenue, Hyde Park, Adelaide, South Australia. Killed in action at Leane's Trench, southern Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 24. No Known Grave.

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Captain Hall, AIF

Captain Sydney Raymond HALL, 10th Battalion, AIF. Born Wattle Street, Fullarton, Adelaide, SA. Married; Civil servant / Clerk, of 48 Wattle Street, East Frewville, South Australia. Next of kin: Wife; May Hall (nee Drummond), of same address. Killed in action at the Landing, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 30. Grave: Beach cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Charles Builth (Bert) HAMILTON, 5th Battalion, AIF. Born Morwell, Gippsland, Victoria. Single; Clerk, Federal land tax department, of Blackwood Street, Murrumbeena / 20 Albert Street, West Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; James Alf. Hamilton. Mother; Elizabeth Jane Hamilton (nee Samuel), of Blackwood Street, Murrumbeena, Victoria / Templeton Street, Wangaratta, Victoria. Died of wounds at Deaconess Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt, on 18 May 1915, aged 19. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Hubert Arthur HAMILTON, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Leeston, NZ. Single; Farmer, of 'Gulladuff', Cave, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Rev Canon Staples Hamilton. Mother; Louisa Annie Hamilton, of Vicarage, Geraldine / St Matthew's Vicarage, St. Alban's, Christchurch, New Zealand. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 22 August 1915, aged 27. No Known Grave.

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Major John William HAMILTON, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland. Married; Examiner of Patents, of 'Jacuna', Douglas Street, East Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Una Alberta Theresa Hamilton, of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 45. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant William Hugh HAMILTON, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Natimuk, Victoria. Single; Soldier, of Duntroon RMC, Canberra, Federal Territory. Next of kin: Father; Robert Hamilton. Mother; Margaret Hamilton (nee Burn), of 601 South Street, Ballarat, Victoria. Killed in action at Courtney's Post, central Anzac, on 19 May 1915, aged 20. Grave: Shrapnel Valley cemetery.

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Lieutenant Hanly, AIF

Lieutenant John Matthew HANLY (Queen's South Africa Medal & 4 Clasps), 5th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Dalby, Queensland. Married; Grazier & Farmer, of Roscommon Station, Kaimkillenbun, Dalby, Queensland. Next of kin: Wife; Bridget Isabel Hanly (nee Cassidy), of same address. Killed in action at Twin Trenches, southern Anzac, on 6 June 1915, aged 40. No Known Grave.

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Major James Logie ('Hamish') HARCUS, 20th Battalion, AIF. Born Heatherbank, Westray, Orkney, Scotland. Single; Barrister-at-law, of 52 Walker Street, North Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Andrew Harcus. Mother; Jane Harcus, of Heatherbank, Westray, Orkney, Scotland. Killed in action at Russell's Top, central Anzac, on 11 December 1915, aged 34. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Edward George John HARKNESS, 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Sydney, NSW. Married; Builder & Contractor, of 1 Russel Street, Woollahra, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Mildred May Harkness (nee Felton), of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 28. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Lieutenant Harold Robert HARRIS, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Maryborough, Victoria. Single; Warehouseman / Salesman / Bank clerk, of 2 Park Road, Middle Park, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Isaac Harris. Mother; Elizabeth Harris (nee Boadle), of Burns Street, Maryborough, Victoria. Killed in action at Kaiajik Dere, towards Hill 971, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 21. No Known Grave.

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Lieut. Colonel Harris, AIF

Lieutenant Colonel (CO) Hubert Jennings Imrie HARRIS (Queen's South Africa Medal & 5 Clasps. Volunteer's Decoration), 5th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Dalby, Qld. Married; General Secretary, Queensland Ambulance Transport Brigade, Brisbane / Accountant, of Q.A.T. Brigade, Ann Street, Brisbane / Corner of Kedron and Main streets, Wooloowin, Brisbane, Queensland . Next of kin: Wife; Leila Margaret Harris (nee O'Mahoney), of same address, Wooloowin. Killed in action at Harris Ridge, southern Anzac, on 31 July 1915, aged 44. Grave: Shell Green cemetery.

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Lieutenant Norman Chambers HARRIS, Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Christchurch, NZ. Single; Farmer / 'No occupation', of Ruanini, Taihape / 191 West Belt, Riccarton / Care of George Harris, Barrister, Christchurch, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; George Harris, of Lower Riccarton, Christchurch, New Zealand. Died of wounds on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 9 August 1915, aged 24. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant John Henry HARRISON, 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Greenwich, Sydney NSW. Single; Civil servant / Clerk, of Robertson Street, Greenwich, Lane Cove River, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Captain Robert John Harrison, RAE. Mother; Catherine Agnes Harrison (nŽe McLean or MacLean), of same address and of Victoria Barracks, Paddington, Sydney, NSW. Died of wounds on Lemnos, Greece, on 21 September 1915, aged 21. Grave: Portianos Military cemetery.

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Captain Harry, AIF

Captain Samuel William HARRY, 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Pennsylvania USA. Single; Town clerk, of Town Hall, Charters Towers, Queensland. Next of kin: Mother; Sarah Hannah Harry, of Windsor Terrace, Red Hill, Brisbane, Queensland. Killed in action at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 10 May 1915, aged 33. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Leslie Richard HARTLAND, 8th Battalion, AIF. Born Creswick, Victoria. Single; Public servant, of 'Milites', Love Street, via Black Rock, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; William Latham Hartland. Mother; Carol Augusta Hartland (nee Goldby or Golby), of Frankston, Victoria. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 26 July 1915, aged 24. Grave: Shrapnel Valley cemetery.

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Lieutenant Hubert HARTNELL-SINCLAIR, 13th Battalion, AIF. Born Wandsworth, England. Married; Accountant / Clerk, of 44 Norfolk Street, Paddington, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Ethel Hartnell-Sinclair (nee Wilson), of same address. Died of wounds at Kaiajik Aghala, near Hill 971, northern Anzac, on 9 August 1915, aged 30. Grave: Embarkation Pier cemetery.

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Major Norman Frederick HASTINGS (Distinguished Service Order. French Legion of Honour (Croix de Chevalier). Mentioned in despatches. Queen's South Africa Medal & 3 Clasps. King's South Africa Medal & 2 Clasps), Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Auckland, NZ. Married; Mechanical engineer, Government Railway, Petone, of 83 Hutt Road, Petone, Wellington, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Hilda May Hastings (nee Barr), of same address. Died of wounds on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 9 August 1915, aged 36. Grave: Embarkation Pier cemetery.

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Major Bruce Sommerville HAY (Queen's South Africa Medal & 3 Clasps. King's South Africa Medal & 2 Clasps. Mentioned in despatches), Otago Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Dunedin, NZ. Married; Soldier (NZ Staff Corps) / Farmer, of Dunedin, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Sarah Ward Hay (nee Cooper), of Care of Mrs M.J. Cooper, St. Stephen's Avenue, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand. Killed in action at Bauchop's Hill, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 38. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Frank Granville HAYMEN, 9th Battalion, AIF. Born Toowoomba, Qld. Single; Surveyor & Undergraduate / University Student, of University of Queensland / Queensland National Bank, Brisbane, Queensland. Next of kin: Father; Marmaduke Granville Haymen. Mother; Florence Maud Lucretia Haymen (nee Goertz), of Grafton River Terrace, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, Queensland. Killed in action at 'The Cup', Lone Pine Plateau, central Anzac, on 25 - 28 April 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Hayter, NZEF

Lieutenant Cyril HAYTER (Mentioned in Despatches), Canterbury Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Rollesby Station, Burke's Pass, South Canterbury, NZ. Single; Sheep farmer, of Rollesby Station (mother's property), Burke's Pass, Timaru, New Zealand. Next of kin: Mother; Eugene Elizabeth Hayter (nee Huddleston) / Father; Francis Hayter, of same address. Killed in action in the Suvla area, north of Anzac, on 28 August 1915, aged 24. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Thomas James HELLER, 10th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Port Pirie, South Australia. Married; Departmental Manager / Ironmonger / Carpenter, of Selby Street, Northam, Western Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Laura Louisa Heller (nee Thackrah), of same address. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 36. No Known Grave.

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Captain Leslie Duncan HEMING (Mentioned in despatches), 16th Battalion, AIF. Born Burra SA. Single; State civil servant / Area Officer, of 15 McKinnon Parade, North Adelaide, South Australia. Next of kin: Father; Thomas Heming. Mother; Grace Heming, of same address. Killed in action at Hill 971, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 25. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Alan Dudley HENDERSON, 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Accountant, of 89 Harcourt Street, Upper Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; George Gabriel Henderson. Mother; Jessie Isabel Henderson (nee Dowdell), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMT Seang Choon, on 25 - 30 April 1915, aged 21. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant James HENDERSON, Auckland Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Kihi Kihi, Waipa County, Waikato, NZ. Single; Farmer, of Kihi Kihi, New Zealand. Next of kin: Mother; Jenny Henderson, of Kihi Kihi and of 25 Sarsfield Street, Herne Bay, Auckland, New Zealand. Killed in action on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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Captain Rupert Howard HENDERSON (Mentioned in despatches, Special mention for acts of Conspicuous Gallantry), 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Estate Agent, of 89 Harcourt Street, Upper Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; George Gabriel Henderson. Mother; Jessie Isabel Henderson (nee Dowdell), of same address. Killed In Action at Helles, on 8 May 1915, aged 22. Grave: Redoubt Cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant George Holt HENDERSON-SMITH, 11th Battalion, AIF. Born Adelaide, SA. Single; Clerk, of Care of D. & W. Murray Ltd., Murray Street, Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; Robert Henderson-Smith. Mother [Stepmother?]; Eleanor Catherine Holt, wife of Robert, of same address. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 25 May 1915, aged 20. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Lieutenant Edward Ellis HENTY, 8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Portland, Victoria. Married; Farmer, of The Caves, Hamilton, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Florence Grace Henty (nee Pearson), of same address. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 27. Grave: Ari Burnu cemetery.

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Lieutenant David McNeil HEUGH (Mentioned in despatches, Special Mention for acts of conspicuous gallantry), 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born 'Pimlico House', Pimlico, Richmond River, NSW. Single; General Storekeeper, of Somerton, NSW / Clarence Town & Somerton, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Alexander Heugh. Mother; Emily Heugh (nŽe Honniball), of 'Deptford', Clarence Town, NSW. Died of wounds at Sea: HMT 'Derfflinger', on 29 April 1915, aged 24. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Arthur Lifford Oliver HEWITT, Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Wellington, NZ. Single; Station manager, of Tabelands, Masterton, New Zealand (employed by E.V. Riddiford [Tiddiford?], Lower Hutt). Next of kin: Father; J.D.A. Hewitt. Mother; Mrs JDA Hewitt, of Te Maira, Palmerston North, New Zealand. Died of wounds at Cairo, Egypt, on 9 February 1916, aged 26. Grave: Cairo War Memorial cemetery.

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Major Philip Geoffrey Powys HILL (Queen's South Africa Medal & Clasp. King's South Africa Medal & 2 Clasps. Special Mention for acts of conspicuous gallantry), 1st Battalion, AIF. Born Norristown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA. Single; Officer in British Army, of Elevera, Manns Avenue, Neutral Bay, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Alfred Biscoe Hill. Stepmother; Edith Alford Hill (nee Powys-Lybbe?), of 'The Grange', Kempsey, Worcestershire, England. Died of wounds in Malta, on 9 June 1915, aged 33. Grave: Capuccini Naval Cemetery, Kalkara, Malta.

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Lieutenant Thomas Ninian Wardrop HILL, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Bayswater district, Ringwood, Victoria. Single; Staff Cadet (Soldier), RMC Duntroon, of 'Seaview', Abbott Street, Sandringham, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Ninian Craufurd Hill. Mother; Margaret Edith Hill (nee Colquhoun), of same address. Killed in action at Kaiajik Dere, towards Hill 971, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 20. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Kenneth John HINDE, 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Dover, England. Single; Soldier / Area officer, of Bathurst, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Major General George Langford Hinde, C.B. Mother; Frances Mary Crawford Hinde, of 89 Buckingham Road, Brighton, Sussex, England. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS 'Gloucester Castle', on 5 May 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Arthur Gurr HINMAN, 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Launceston, Tasmania. Single; Mining engineer, of 'Moina', Elphin Road, Launceston, Tasmania. Next of kin: Father; Arthur Hinman. Mother; Lucy Maud Hinman (nee Gurr), of same address. Killed in action at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 10 May 1915, aged 24. Grave: Quinn's Post cemetery.

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Lieutenant Herbert Gerald HINTON (Queen's South Africa Medal & 4 Clasps. King's South Africa Medal & 2 Clasps), 2nd Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Brisbane, Queensland. Married; Commercial traveller, of Fire Brigade Station, Wharf Street, Brisbane, and of Brighton Terrace, Sandgate, Brisbane, Queensland. Next of kin: Wife; Mabel Cecilia Hinton (nŽe Mahony), of 'Wanelta', Graceville, Brisbane, and of same address, Sandgate. Killed in action at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 36. Grave: Shrapnel Valley cemetery.

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Captain William Frederick HODGSON, 8th Battalion, AIF. Born Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria. Married; Warehouseman & commercial traveller, of 'Kinnoul', 120 Harcourt Street, Auburn (Hawthorn), Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Agnes Rachel Hodgson (nee Richards), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: S.S. 'Seang Choon', on 29 April 1915, aged 45. No Known Grave.

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Captain Hoggart, AIF

Captain William Ross HOGGART, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Buangor, Victoria. Married; Schoolmaster, Melbourne CEGS, of 164 St. Kilda Street, Middle Brighton, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Rebecca Jane Hoggart (nŽe Aedy), of Care of Mrs Gilbert, same address. Killed in action at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 27 April 1915, aged 38. Grave: Quinn's Post cemetery.

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Lieutenant Hugh Cyprian HOLDEN, 12th (attached 7th) Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born St. Leonard's, Sydney, NSW. Single; Estate Overseer in C.S.R. Co., Fiji / Plantation owner, of 'Burdoe', Northwood, Lane Cove River, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Edgar Anthony Holden. Mother; Florette Hynde Holden (nee Rees), ofsame address and of Warrigal Club, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Chatham's Post, southern Anzac, on 23 November 1915, aged 21. Grave: Shell Green cemetery.

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Captain Louis Gordon HOLMES, 10th Battalion (3 Inf. Bde HQ), AIF. Born Launceston, Tasmania. Single; Soldier / Student, of 24 The Parade, Norwood Adelaide, South Australia. Next of kin: Father; Dr. Louis Saenger Holmes. Mother; Lucy Mary Holmes (nee Newton), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS 'Gascon', central Anzac, on 23 June 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant James HOME (Queen's South Africa Medal), 4th Battalion, AIF. Born Thounhill [Bellstone?], Durisdeen, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. Single; Police constable (Ordinary Constable), of Care of Police station, Coonamble, NSW. Next of kin: Father; George Home. Mother; Elizabeth Geddis Home, of Newmill-on-Teviot, by Hawick, Scotland. Died of wounds at 17 General Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt, on 13 May 1915, aged 31. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.
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Captain Frank Morton HOOKE, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Caulfield, Victoria. Single; Insurance Inspector / Nuisance inspector / Area Officer, Bendigo, of 'Sidmouth', Windermere Crescent, Brighton Beach, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Frank William Hooke. Mother; Ethel Margaret Hooke (nee Kelly), of same address. Died of wounds at 17 General Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt, on 3 June 1915, aged 26. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.

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Lieutenant Robert James Mansfield HOOPER, 10th Battalion, AIF. Born Hare Street, Kapunda, SA. Single; Clerk at James Marshalls, Hackney, South Australia, of 'St. Clair', Prince Street, Alberton, South Australia. Next of kin: Father; James Hooper. Mother; Lillian Louisa Hooper, of same address. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 27 May 1915, aged 20. Grave: 4 Bn Parade Ground cemetery.

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Captain Robert Murdoch Finlayson HOOPER, 5th Battalion, AIF. Born East Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Railway engineer, Blacksmith, Victorian Government Railways, of 22 Bridport Street, Albert Park, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Robert Hooper. Mother; Margaret Amelia Hooper (nee McDonald), of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 9 August 1915, aged 26. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Major James HOULKER, Canterbury Battalion, NZEF. Born Blackburn, Lancashire, England. Single; Barrister & Solicitor, of 18 Brougham Street, Nelson, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; William Houlker. Mother; Anna Maria Houlker, of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Valdivia, on 10 August 1915, aged 35. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Thomas Spencer HOWARD, 8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born North Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Grain Salesman / Clerk, of corner of Pidgon & Wilson Streets, North Carlton Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; George Thomas Howard, M.D. Mother; Matilda Howard (nee Bailey), of same address. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 25. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant William Gladstone HOWIE, Otago Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Palmerston North, NZ. Single; Bank clerk, of Waikiwi, Invercargill, New Zealand (employed by Bank of New Zealand, Invercargill). Next of kin: Father; John Howie & Mother; Margaret Wright Howie, of same address. Died of wounds (with enteric fever following) at Gibraltar, on 30 September 1915, aged 22. Grave: Gibraltar (North Front) cemetery.

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Lieutenant Laurence William Albert HUGO (NZ Territorial Service Medal), Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born Napier, NZ. Single; Compositor, of 4 Rossmore Crescent, Wellington, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; W.E. Hugo; Mother; Mary Hugo, of same address and of 23 May Street, Wellington, New Zealand. Killed in action at Walker's Ridge, central Anzac, on 27 April 1915, aged 30. Grave: Walker's Ridge cemetery.

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Major Arthur Grenville HUME, Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born Parkhurst, Isle of Wight, England. Married; Engineer & Secretary (own business), of 5 Harbour View, off Wellington Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Amy Charlotte Hume, of Care of Mrs Rogers, 8 Kensington, Bath, and of Bournemouth, England. Killed in action at The Apex, Rhododendron Ridge, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 42. No Known Grave.

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Captain Herbert Humphreys HUNTER, 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Bendigo, Victoria. Single; Dentist, of Short Street, Bendigo, Victoria. Next of kin: Brother; F.C. Hunter, of same address. Killed in action at Helles, on 8 May 1915, aged 33. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Clive Neilson Reynolds HUNTLEY, 1st Field Coy. Aust Engineers, AIF. Born Gosford, NSW. Single; Engineering draughtsman, NSW Railways, of 1 Wharf Road, Snail's Bay, Balmain, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Leonard Robert Huntley. Mother; Ethel W.C. Huntley (nŽe Stenhouse), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea, on 4 May 1915, aged 30. No Known Grave.

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As We Loved Him
So We Miss Him

Epitaph, Captain R.M.F. Hooper




Major Francis Duncan IRVINE (Medal and Clasp (North West Frontier service). p.s.c.), 1st Aust Inf. Bde HQ, AIF. Born Waltair, South India. Married; Soldier (British regular), of Care of Bank of Australasia, Martin Place, Sydney, NSW / London, England. Next of kin: Wife; Mrs F.D. Irvine, of same address, Sydney. Killed in action at Steele's Post, central Anzac, on 27 - 28 April 1915, aged 40. No Known Grave.

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Faithful Unto Death

Epitaph, Major F. M. Johnson





2nd Lieutenant Alfred Charles Harrop JACKSON, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Clerk / Bank clerk, of 8 Highfield Grove, Kew, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Alfred Jackson. Mother; Annie Jackson (nee Turner), of same address. Died of Wounds on Lemnos, Greece, on 9 August 1915, aged 27. Grave: East Mudros Military Cemetery.

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Lieutenant David Alexander JACKSON, 10th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Bundaberg, Qld. Single; Draughtsman, of 39 Clotilde Street, Mt Lawley Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Brother; Lieut. H.R. Jackson, of A & I Staff, Perth, Western Australia. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Captain Alfred John JAFFRAY, 9th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Hamilton, Victoria. Single; Farmer, of Wallacedale, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; John Jaffray. Mother; Rebecca E. [Elizabeth A.?} Jaffray (nee Rayner), of same address. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 28 August 1915, aged 32. Grave: Hill 60 cemetery.

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Captain Thomas Parry JAMES, Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Stratford, Taranaki, NZ. Single; Accountant / Farmer, of P.O. Box 3, Stratford, Taranaki, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Sydney Henry James, of Stratford, Taranaki, New Zealand. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Gascon, on 12 August 1915, aged 29. No Known Grave.

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Major Jenkins, AIF

Major Richard Lewis Hay Blake JENKINS (Queen's South Africa Medal & 3 Clasps. King's South Africa Medal & 2 Clasps), 20th Battalion, AIF. Born 'Nepean Towers', Douglas Park, NSW. Married; Farmer / Regular Soldier of Australian and Imperial Forces, of care of J.C. Bragg, 76 Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW and of Belmont, Hornsby, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Blanche E. Jenkins (nee Brown), of same addresses. Killed in action at Russell's Top, central Anzac, on 11 December 1915, aged 49. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Francis Ernest JENSEN (Queen's South Africa Medal & 5 Clasps), 28th Battalion, AIF. Born Dunedin, Otago, NZ. Married; Miner, of 249 Fitzgerald Street, Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Alice Rose Elsie Jensen (nŽe Hatton) (later GALE - remarried), of same address and (later) of Albany Road, Armadale, Western Australia. Died of wounds at exact location unknown [wounded at The Apex, central Anzac], on 13 September 1915, aged 34. No Known Grave.

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Major Johnson, AIF

Major Frederick Miller JOHNSON, 6th Fld Ambulance AAMC, AIF. Born Hobart, Tasmania. Married; Surgeon, of 32 St. Vincent Place, Albert Park, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Evelyn Annie Savill Johnson (nee Kent), of same address and of 76 Wattle Road, Glenferrie, Victoria. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 29 November 1915, aged 52. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Lieutenant James Anderson Kerr JOHNSTON, 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Warrnambool, Victoria. Single; Mechanical Engineer, of 'Camden', Railway Terrace, Williamstown, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Robert Johnston. Mother; Jessie Johnston (nee Anderson), of same address. Died of wounds at Cairo, Egypt, on 19 May 1915, aged 31. Grave: Cairo War Memorial cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Ernest Albert JURD, Auckland Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Ulmarra, NSW. Single; Farmer, of Kutarere, Bay Of Plenty, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; John Richard Jurd. Mother; Lucy Emma Jurd, of same address. Killed in action on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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