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Lieut. C.B.S. Menteath, NZEF

Blessed Are
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Not In Vain
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Greater Love
Hath No Man Than This

Epitaph, 2nd Lieutenant H. G. Ker




Lieutenant Richard Clement KEIRAN, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Grain salesman, of 114 Greeves Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; James Denis Keiran. Mother; Sarah Ann Keiran (nŽe Goulding), of same address. Died of wounds at or near W beach, Helles, on 9 May 1915, aged 26. Grave: Lancashire Landing cemetery (?).

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2nd Lieut. Kelly, AIF

2nd Lieutenant George Edward Eccleston KELLY (Queen's South Africa Medal), 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Victoria. Single; Incandescent light expert and gasfitter, of 465 High Street, West Maitland, NSW. Next of kin: Brother; Leo Vivian Kelly, dentist, of Gloucester, NSW. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 40. No Known Grave.

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Captain Kelsall, NZEF

Captain Victor Albert KELSALL (Queen's South Africa Medal & 4 Clasps. King's South Africa Medal & 2 Clasps. Natal Rebellion Medal. Mentioned in Despatches), Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Broughty Ferry, Scotland. Single; Soldier (New Zealand Staff Corps) / Surveyor, of Defence Office, Palmerston North, New Zealand. Next of kin: Mother; Emma Kelsall. Father; Walter Kelsall / Sister; Mrs Florence L. Kennaday, of 70 Marine Parade, Napier / Care of G.P.O., Wellington & (later) 216 Queen's Drive Lyall Bay Wellington, New Zealand. Killed in action on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 9 August 1915, aged 38. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Henry George KER, 9th Battalion, AIF. Born Partick, Glasgow Scotland. Single; Accountant, of Ewan, near Ravenswood, Queensland. Next of kin: Father; Col. Henry Adam Ker. Mother; Harriet Sylvia Ker, of 38 Park Circus, Ayr, Scotland. Died of wounds on Bolton's Ridge, southern Anzac, on 16 July 1915, aged 34. Grave: Shell Green cemetery.

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Lieutenant William Buchanan KERR, 16th Battalion, AIF. Born Kew, Victoria. Single; Insurance broker / Manager, of National Mutual Buildings, King William Street, Adelaide, South Australia. Next of kin: Father; William Warren Kerr. Mother; Jane Buchanan Kerr (nee Gosman), of 46 William Street, Melbourne, Victoria / Wrixon Street, Kew, Victoria. Killed in action at the Bloody Angle, central Anzac, on 2 May 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Harry KESSELL (Queen's Medal & 4 Clasps. Mentioned in despatches), 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Leamington, England. Single; Clerk / Commercial Business, of Parson's Point, Gladstone, Queensland. Next of kin: Sister; Mrs S. B. Alexander, of Brewer Street, Perth / 34 Queen's Crescent, Mount Lawley Western Australia. Died of wounds in Egypt, on 3 July 1915, aged 42. Grave: Cairo War Memorial cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Desmond Fosbury KETTLE, Auckland Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Dunedin, NZ. Married; Dentist (self employed), of Northern Club, Auckland, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Gladys Emily Kettle (nee Nathan) [later TUCK], of Wrekford, Auckland, New Zealand / Alton Lodge, Roehampton, Surrey, England. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 28 August 1915, aged 34. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Edmund Herman KRETCHMAR, 16th Battalion, AIF. Born Auckland, NZ. Married; Manager / Accountant, of 6 Bulwer Street, Perth / Geraldton, Western Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Mabel Mary Letitia Kretchmar, of 6 Bulwer Street, Perth / 194 Brisbane Street, Perth, Western Australia. Killed in action at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 6 May 1915, aged 32. No Known Grave.

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He Gave His Life
For His Comrades
A Man Greatly Beloved

Epitaph, Captain K. M. Levi





Captain La Nauze, AIF

Captain Charles Andrew LA NAUZE, 11th Battalion, AIF. Born Phoenix, Plaines Wilhelms, Mauritius. Married; Accountant / Bank accountant, Western Australian Bank, of 116 Piesse Street, Boulder, Western Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Lily Rose La Nauze, of same address. Killed in action on Silt Spur, southern Anzac, on 28 June 1915, aged 32. Grave: Shell Green cemetery.

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Captain Lalor, AIF

Captain Joseph Peter ('Joe') LALOR, 12th Battalion, AIF. Born Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria. Married; Soldier, A&I Staff, of Military HQ, Perth, WA & Elgin Street, Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Hester Lalor (nee Loughrey), of Elgin Street, Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action on Baby 700, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 31. Grave: Baby 700 cemetery.

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Lieutenant Clement Frederick Wills LANE, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Omeo, Gippsland, Victoria. Single; Clerk, of Coburg, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Reverend Henry Willis Lane. Mother; Emily Lane (nee Williams), of Somerset House, Rennie Street, Coburg, Victoria. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Major Lane, AIF

Major Cyril Herbert Dodson LANE, 18th Battalion, AIF. Born 1 Ocean Street, Bondi, Sydney, NSW. Married; Consulting Engineer / Electrical engineer, of Wentworth Hotel, Church-hill, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Evelyn Clara Lane (nŽe Maclurcan), of same address and (later) of Taree, NSW. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 27 August 1915, aged 27. No Known Grave.

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Captain William LANG, 6th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Auckland, NZ. Single; Soldier (Cadet, RMC Duntroon), of 'Marmora', Comer St, Burwood, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Joseph Tilson Lang. Mother; Mary Helen Lang, of same address. Died of wounds at Sea, on 13 August 1915, aged 21. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant George Arthur LEAKE, 10th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Perth, WA. Single; Solicitor, of Perth & Kellerberrin, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; George Leake. Mother; Louisa Emily Leake (nŽe Burt), of 13 Devonshire Flats, Milligan Street, Perth, Western Australia. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 29 August 1915, aged 28. No Known Grave.

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Captain Charles Edward LEER (Queen's South Africa Medal. Mentioned in despatches), 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Araluen, NSW. Widower; School teacher / Military Instructor in Citizen Forces, of 44 Underwood Street, Paddington Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Daughter; Zillah Leer, of Care of Dr. Waugh, Parramatta, NSW. Killed in action at Mortar Ridge, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 43. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Robert Eric LENEHAN (Queen's South African Medal & 6 Clasps), 1st Field Artillery Brigade, AIF. Born Hunter's Hill, Sydney NSW. Single; Engineer / Electrical Engineer, of unknown location. Next of kin: Father; Lieut. Colonel Robert William Lenehan, of Hunters Hill, Sydney, NSW / 11 Sutherland Street, Neutral Bay, Sydney, NSW. Died of other causes (dysentery contracted at Gallipoli) at Randwick Hospital, Sydney, NSW, on 10 May 1916, aged 25. Grave: Field of Mars cemetery, Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales.

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Captain Walter Aland LESLIE, 3rd Australian Field Artillery Brigade, AIF. Born Hamilton, Brisbane, Qld. Single; Secretary / Accountant, of Care of A.S. Leslie Esq., Dunmore Terrace, Auchenflower, Brisbane, Queensland. Next of kin: Father; Alexander Smith Leslie. Mother; Martha Elizabeth Leslie (nee Aland), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Gloucester Castle, on 6 May 1915, aged 27. Grave: Shell Green cemetery.

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Lieutenant William Leichhardt LESLIE, 18th Battalion, AIF. Born Dubbo, NSW. Married; Manufacturer, of Care of Dr. James Robert Leslie, Wickham, Newcastle, NSW / Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Jeane Maude Mary Leslie (nee Harris), of same address. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 22 August 1915, aged 27. No Known Grave.

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Captain Keith Maurice LEVI (Mentioned in despatches), AAMC; No 1 Gen Hosp, AIF. Born 'Lulinghi', 34 Princes St, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Doctor / Physician & surgeon M.B. B.S., of Perth Public Hospital, Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; Joseph Levi. Mother; Katherine (Kate) Selina Levi (nee Davies), of 153 William Street, Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action at Helles, on 7 August 1915, aged 23. Grave: Twelve Tree Copse cemetery.

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Major William FitzGerald LEVIN, NZ Divisional HQ, NZEF. Born Wellington, NZ. Married; Farmer, of Greatford, Rangiteki, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Zoe Charlotte Levin (nee Johnston), of Rawhitiroa, same address and of Wellington, New Zealand. Died of wounds at Alexandria, Egypt, on 25 December 1915, aged 36. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.

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Colonel (Commanding Officer of Brigade) Richard ('Dickie') LINTON, 6th Aust Inf. Bde HQ, AIF. Born Dalton, Lockerbie, Dumfries-shire Scotland. Married; Hardware Merchant, of 'Dalton', Normanby Street, Middle Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Edith Sophia Linton, of same address. Died of other causes (exhaustion and heart failure) at Aegean Sea: French Destroyer Massuo, on 2 September 1915, aged 54. Grave: East Mudros Military cemetery.

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Lieutenant Preston LOGAN, Auckland Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Otago, NZ. Single; Farmer, of Waipu, Auckland, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Colonel Robert Logan (C.B.), of Defence Office, Auckland New Zealand / NZSC, Samoa / Wycroft, Axminster, Devon, England. Died of wounds at Sea: aboard the 'Galeka', on 22 May 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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Major Thomas James LOGAN (Queen's South Africa Medal & 5 Clasps), 2nd Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Brookfield, Qld. Married; Farmer, of Forest Hill, Queensland. Next of kin: Wife; Beatrice May Logan (nŽe Stoddart), of same address. Killed in action at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 39. Grave: Quinn's Post cemetery.

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Captain Frank Leslie LONSDALE, 17th Battalion, AIF. Born Paddington, Sydney, NSW. Single; Clerk in Lands Department / Teacher in Public Schools, of 20 Charles Street, Enmore, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Frank Edwin Lonsdale. Mother; Fanny Lonsdale (nee Barker), of same address. Died of wounds in Malta, on 28 September 1915, aged 28. Grave: Pieta Military cemetery.

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Captain Luther, AIF

Captain John Fitzmaurice Guy LUTHER (Mentioned in despatches?), 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Donnybrook, Dublin, Ireland. Married; Doctor, of Bundaberg, Queensland. Next of kin: Wife; Ida Tassie Luther (nee Mowbray), of same address. Died of wounds at 4th Field Ambulance, North Beach, central Anzac, on 25 August 1915, aged 45. Grave: No 2 Outpost Cemetery.

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Captain Clarence James LUXTON, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Camberwell / Upper Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Clerk / Customs Clerk, of Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Daniel James Luxton. Mother; Maud Mary Luxton (nee Bucknall), of Shakespeare Grove, unsure of location. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 26 April 1915, aged 22. Grave: Embarkation Pier cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant William Henry LYNCH, 4th Battalion, AIF. Born Sandhills / Newcastle East, NSW. Single; Farmer / Working for NSW Government Dockyard, Newcastle, of 5 Zara Street, Sandhills, Newcastle, NSW. Next of kin: Father; William John Lynch. Mother; Elizabeth Ann Lynch, of same address. Died of wounds in Malta, on 14 August 1915, aged 21. Grave: Addolorata cemetery.

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Lieutenant David John Albert LYTTLE, Otago Battalion, NZEF. Born Waikaia / Gore, NZ. Single; Teacher, of Gore / Kaitangata, New Zealand (employed by Southland Education Board). Next of kin: Father; John Lyttle. Mother; C.R. Lyttle, of Chatton Road, Gore, Southland / 14 Seddon Street, Rangiora, Canterbury, New Zealand. Killed in action on Pope's Hill, central Anzac, on 2 May 1915, aged 27. No Known Grave.


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From Beyond
You Shall Smile Back
And Never Know Regret


Epitaph, Major J. B. Mills





Lieutenant Guy D'arcy Daveney MACARTHUR, 13th Battalion, AIF. Born Sydney, NSW. Single; Grazier, of Broadmeadows, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Arthur Herbert MacArthur. Mother; Blanche Lilian MacArthur, of Oaklands, Kelso, NSW. Died of other causes (paratyphoid and pneumonia) at No. 2 AGH, Gezireh, Egypt, on 25 December 1915, aged 22. Grave: Cairo War Memorial cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Colin Hendrie MacBEAN (Mentioned in despatches), 10th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Farmer, of Dane Road, Claremont, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; John MacBean. Mother; Marion Watt MacBean (nee Hendrie), of Davies Road, Claremont, Western Australia. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 29 August 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant David Henderson MacDONALD, 11th Battalion, AIF. Born Camperdown, Sydney, NSW. Single; Soldier and Area Officer, of 'Caithness', Reginald Street, Cottesloe, Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; William Macdonald. Mother; Catherine Macdonald, of same address. Killed in action on Silt Spur, southern Anzac, on 28 June 1915, aged 25. Grave: Shell Green cemetery.

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Lieut. Mace, AIF

Lieutenant William Ralph MACE, 19th Battalion, AIF. Born Croydon, NSW. Single; Clerk / Chief Inspector and Accident clerk, Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd., 97 Pitt St, Sydney NSW, of 67 Burlington Road, Homebush, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; William Perrett Mace. Mother; Mary Maud Mace, of same address and of 79 Sydney Road, Manly, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action on Pope's Hill, central Anzac, on 29 September 1915, aged 29. Grave: Shrapnel Valley cemetery.

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Captain Edward Macfarlane [sic] MACFARLANE, 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Bourke, NSW. Single; Dairy farmer, of Australian Club, Sydney, NSW / Shellharbour, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Edward MacFarlane. Mother; Annie L. Macfarlane (nee Horsfall), of Challis House, Martin Place, Sydney, NSW. Died of Wounds at Sea: HMHS Rewa, on 2 August 1915, aged 24. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Peter MACKAY, Otago Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Otama, Southland, NZ. Single; Farmer, of Otama, Southland, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; John Mackay. Mother; Jane Mackay, of (Braemore?) Otama, Southland, New Zealand. Killed in action at Bauchop's Hill, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 25. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Walter Michael MacKENZIE, Otago Battalion, NZEF. Born Queenstown, NZ. Single; Sheep Farmer, of Walter Peak Station, Queenstown, New Zealand (self employed). Next of kin: Mother; Anastasia MacKenzie. Father; Hugh McKenzie, of same address. Killed in action on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 9 August 1915, aged 26. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieut. Mackesy, NZEF

2nd Lieutenant Henry Frederick Ernest MACKESY, Auckland Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Clifton, Kansas, USA. Married; Commercial Traveller (employed by Mason Struthers & Co.), of Kamo, Whangarei, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Gertrude Anne Mackesy (nee Barnes), of 76 Vauxhall Rd, Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand. Killed in action at Old No 3 Outpost, central Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 32. Grave: NZ No 2 Outpost cemetery.

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Lieutenant John Younger MacKINNON, 4th Battalion, AIF. Born Ballina, NSW. Single; Demonstrator, mechanical engineering / Engineer, of 'The Gables', Ballina, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Ewen MacKinnon; Mother; Eliza MacKinnon (nee Sharpe), 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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Colonel Maclaurin, AIF

Colonel, Brigadier (CO) Henry Normand MacLAURIN (Mentioned in despatches), 1st Aust Inf. Bde HQ, AIF. Born Sydney, NSW. Single; Barrister-at-Law, of 155 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Brother; Dr. Charles MacLaurin, of same address. Killed in action on MacLaurin's Hill, central Anzac, on 27 April 1915, aged 37. Grave: 4 Bn Parade Ground cemetery.

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Lieutenant Kenneth Alexander MacLEOD, 13th Battalion, AIF. Born Swan Hill, Victoria. Single; Soldier, of Duntroon RMC, Federal Territory. Next of kin: Father; Alexander Anderson MacLeod. Mother; Mary Elizabeth MacLeod (nee Mackintosh), of London Bank, Ballarat, Victoria. Killed in action at the Bloody Angle, central Anzac, on 2 May 1915, aged 19. No Known Grave.

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Lieut. Colonel Malone, NZEF

Lieutenant Colonel (CO) William George MALONE (Twice mentioned in despatches ), Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born London, England. Married; Barrister / Solicitor / Farmer / Soldier, of Opunake Road, Stratford, Taranaki, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Ida Katherine Malone (nee Withers), of same address and of Care of National Bank, 17 Moorgate Street, London, England. Killed in action on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 56. No Known Grave.

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Colonel Neville MANDERS (Mentioned in Despatches. Egypt Medal & Bar, Khedives Star. India General Service Medal & 2 Bars), AAMC, A&NZAC. Born Marlborough, Wiltshire, England. Married; Doctor, of London, England. Next of kin: Wife; Maude Braybrooke Manders, of 'Glenthorne', Dorset Road, Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex, England. Killed in action at Godley's HQ, No.3 Outpost, central Anzac, on 9 August 1915, aged 55. Grave: NZ No 2 Outpost cemetery.

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Captain William Douglas Stewart (Bill) MANGER, 5th Battalion, AIF. Born Berwick, Victoria. Single; Clerk, of 10 North Terrace, Clifton Hill, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Douglas James Manger. Mother; Georgina Strachan Manger (nee Brood?), of same address and of Astop, Clifton Hill, Melbourne, Victoria. Died of Wounds at Wandsworth, London, England, on 21 July 1915, aged 24. Grave: Wandsworth, England.

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Lieutenant Leonard MARJASON, 18th Battalion, AIF. Born Hurstville, Sydney, NSW. Single; Warehouseman, of 'Lincolnshire', The Avenue, Hurstville, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Mother; Mrs Mary J. Marjason, of same address. Killed in action at Hill 60, central Anzac, on 27 August 1915, aged 21. Grave: 7th Field Ambulance cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Cyril Godfrey MARSH, 8th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born South Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Clerk, of Upper Beaconsfield, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; John Garrett Marsh. Mother; Clara Marsh (nee Marshman), of same address. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 21. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant John Edmund MARSHALL, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Soldier (Staff Sergeant-Major, Defence Department) / Engineer, of Balmoral Street, Essendon, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Charles Frederick Marshall, of same address. Killed in action at German Officers' Trench, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 31. No Known Grave.
Despite years of searching, no photo is known to exist of 2nd Lieutenant Marshall.
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Captain Mathison, AIF

Captain Gordon Clunes Mackay MATHISON, AAMC (attached 5th Bn), AIF. Born Stanley, near Beechworth, Victoria. Single; Physician (Director of Pathology - Eliza & Walter Hall Institute, Melbourne Hospital), of 'Aroona', Ebden Street, Elsternwick, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Hector Munro Mathison. Mother; Mary Mart. Mathison (nee Barber), of same address. Died of wounds in Alexandria, Egypt, on 18 May 1915, aged 31. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant John Hilbert MATTHEWS, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Amherst, Victoria. Single; Postal official, of 2 Lowe Street, Ararat, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; James David Matthews. Mother; Jane Matthews (nee Reeves), of same address and of 11 Geelong Road, Footscray, Melbourne, Victoria. 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 Cornwallis Charles Wyndham MAUDE (Queen's South Africa Medal), 9th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Cheltenham, England. Single; Electric light wireman / Clerk, of Broken Hill, NSW / Goulburn & South Australia. Next of kin: Brother; Maurice Oswald Maud, of 'Duart', 262 Bourke Street, Goulburn, NSW. Killed in action at Walker's Ridge, central Anzac, on 13 August 1915, aged 39. Grave: Walker's Ridge cemetery.

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Lieutenant Francis Dennison MAURICE, Canterbury Battalion, NZEF. Born Christchurch, New Zealand. Single; School Teacher, District High School, Waimate (employed by South Canterbury Education Board), of Waimate, South Canterbury, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Frank Augustus Maurice, of 41 Alma Square, St. John's Wood, London NW, England. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS 'Braemar Castle', on 10 May 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Royston Kenilworth Sydney MAY, 1st Battalion, AIF. Born Redfern, NSW. Single; Medical Student, of St. Paul's College, Darlington, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Sydney J. May, of Balmoral Avenue, Mosman, Sydney, NSW. Died of other causes ('sickness') in Egypt, on 16 May 1915, aged 20. Grave: Cairo War Memorial cemetery.

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Lieutenant George Cuthbert MAYNE, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Fernside, North Canterbury, NZ. Married; Solicitor (employed by Messrs De Latour, Barker & Co., Solocitors, Gisborne), of 'Waimariri', Rontine [?] Road, Gisborne, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Myra Julia Mayne, of Kaikoura and (later) of 60 Murray Place, Christchurch, New Zealand. Killed in action on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 31. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant George Dyer MAYO, Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born England. Single; Farmer, of Peep-o'-Day, Feilding, New Zealand. Next of kin: Brother; Rev. J.F. Mayo. Father; Col. William Robert Mayo. Mother; Anne Mayo, of [Brother] Kimbolton, New Zealand. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 33. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Duncan Buchanan MCDONALD (Queen's South Africa Medal & 2 Clasps), Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Waverley, Taranaki, NZ. Married; Farmer, of Burr Street, Burnside, Waverley, Taranaki, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Eliza Sara McDonald (nee Palmer), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS Gascon, on 6 June 1915, aged 34. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Charles Reynolds McDOUGALL, 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born West Maitland, NSW. Single; Farmer, of 'Molleen', Wee Waa, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Henry Leslie McDougall. Mother; Emily McDougall, of same address. Died of other causes (pneumonia) in Malta, on 16 August 1915, aged 20. Grave: Pieta Military cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Thomas Edward McGOWAN, 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Adelaide, SA. Single; Manufacturer, of United Services Club, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; K. McGowan. Mother; Marion McGowan, of 10 Rockwell Crescent, Potts Point, Sydney, NSW. Died of wounds on Lemnos, Greece, on 19 October 1915, aged 37. Grave: Portianos Military cemetery.

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Captain Albert George J. J. McGUIRE, 1st Battalion, AIF. Born Mauritius. Single; Bank clerk, of Penshurst Street, Willoughby, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Duncan McGuire, of same address. Died of wounds in Egypt, on 7 May 1915, aged 23. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.

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Captain (OC) Edward Albert MCKENNA, 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Castlemaine, Victoria. Married; Soft goods manufacturer / Department manager, Soft Goods Warehouse, of 64 Sutherland Road, Annandale, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Elizabeth Mary McKenna (nee Gibney), of 5 St. James Building, William Street, Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, between 25 - 30 April 1915, aged 37. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Lieutenant Harold George ('Hardy') McKERIHAN, 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Tenterfield, NSW. Single; School teacher, of 20 Barnsbury Grove, Dulwich Hill, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Myra E. McKerihan (nee Mackney), of same address. Died of wounds in Egypt, on 16 August 1915, aged 27. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Stanley Gordon McLAY, 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Joyce's Creek, Victoria. Single; CItizen Soldier / Farmer, of unstated location. Next of kin: Father; James McLay. Mother; Clara Elizabeth McLay (nee Baker), of Joyce's Creek, Victoria. Died of other causes (accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound) at Sea, on 15 April 1915, aged 25. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant James K McLEOD, 13th Battalion, AIF. Born Barrow in Furness, England. Single; Railway clerk / Civil servant, of 'Rostrevor', 1 Henry Street, Merewether, Newcastle, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Murdo McLeod. Mother; Mary McLeod, of same address. Killed in action at Damakjelik Bair, central Anzac, on 9 August 1915, aged 27. Grave: 7th Field Ambulance cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Maurice Leslie McLEOD, 8th Battalion, AIF. Born Steiglitz, Ballarat, Victoria. Single; Tailor, of 405 Gregory Street, Ballarat, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Sydney Stears McLeod. Mother; Mary Jane McLeod (nee Morris), of same address. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 21. Grave: Shell Green cemetery.

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Lieutenant Talisker Donald McLEOD (Mentioned in Despatches), 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Geelong, Victoria. Single; Jeweller, watchmaker, of 'The Groves', Cootamundra, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Frank Donald McLeod. Mother; Marian Robertson McLeod (nee McGilchrist), of same address. Killed in action at Sasse's Sap, Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 23.5. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant William Harold McLEOD, 5th Battalion, AIF. Born Wollongoon Station, Mortlake, Victoria. Married; Line foreman / Senior lineman, Federal Government, of 91 Punt Road, Windsor, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Emily McLeod (nee Willingham), of same address and [Later] of 4 Stone Street, North Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action at Helles, on 8 May 1915, aged 30. No Known Grave.

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Captain Leslie Somers McLERNON, Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born Gisborne, NZ. Single; Clerk (employed by S. McLernon, Hastings Street, Napier) / Jeweller's assistant, of Seapoint Road, Bluff Hill, Napier, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Samuel McLernon. Mother; Mary Jane McLernon, of Hastings Street, Napier, New Zealand. Killed in action on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 24. No Known Grave.

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Major James Whiteside Fraser McMANAMEY (Volunteer's Decoration), 19th Battalion, AIF. Born The Glebe, Sydney, NSW. Married; Barrister at Law, of 68 Upper Pitt Street, Milson's Point [Kirribilli], Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Rose McManamey (nee Rurrock? Sturrock?], of same address. Killed in action at exact location unknown, Suvla sector, central Anzac, on 5 September 1915, aged 53. Grave: Hill 60 cemetery.

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Captain Robert Thompson McMASTER (Queen's South Africa Medal & 4 Clasps. King's South Africa Medal), 10th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Ballarat, Victoria. Married; Pastoralist / Civil Engineer, of Victoria Park, Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Emily Frances Helmsley McMaster (Frances) [nee Holman], of 'Homewood', [Fitzroy Street?] Victoria Park, Perth, Western Australia. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 45. No Known Grave.

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Major Thomas Roy McPHERSON, 18th Battalion, AIF. Born Sydney, NSW. Single; Engineer / Electrical engineer, of 'Fairmount', Charlotte Street, Ashfield, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Hunter McPherson. Mother; Ada McPherson, of 493 Kent Street, Sydney, NSW / 'Fairmount', Charlotte Street, Ashfield, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 22 August 1915, aged 28. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Stirling Alexander McWILLIAM (King's Coronation Medal), 9th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Williamstown, Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Soldier / Military Graduate, of Victoria Street, Williamstown, Melbourne & Riddell, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Alexander McWilliam. Mother; Jessie Christina McWilliam (nee Wood[s]), of same address and (later) of 'Holyrood', Riddell, Victoria. Killed in action at Walker's Ridge, central Anzac, on 30 May 1915, aged 20. Grave: Walker's Ridge cemetery.

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Lieutenant Hubert Richard William MEAGER, 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Newport, Isle of Wight, England. Single; Clerk and storekeeper, of Fitzmaurice Street, Wagga Wagga, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Maud Mary Meager (nee McDonnough), of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 31. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Menteath, NZEF

Lieutenant Charles Bruce Stuart MENTEATH, Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born Wellington, NZ. Single; Farmer (employed by RE Beckett Esq. Hinau, Pemberton), of Care of A.G. Simpson, Hunterville, Wellington, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Andrew Stuart Menteath, Barrister, of Wellington, New Zealand. Killed in action at The Daisy Patch, Helles, on 6 May 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Captain Henry Berthold MENZ, 28th Battalion, AIF. Born Adelaide South, SA. Married; Master plumber, of 'Berthold Holm', Hopkins Street, Boulder City, Western Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Mrs Eugene Muriel Menz, of 94 Vivian Street, Boulder / Garrett Road, Bayswater, Western Australia. Died of other causes (enteric fever) in Egypt, on 27 November 1915, aged 28. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant John Laidley MERIVALE, 6th Light Horse Regiment / 4th Battalion, AIF. Born Sydney, NSW. Single; Overseer / In merchants office Gibbs Bright & Coy., Sydney, of Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; George Montague Merivale. Mother; Emily Jane Merivale (nee Laidley), of 'Annery', Darling Point, Sydney, NSW / 37 Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 28. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Lieutenant Colonel Albert MIELL (Queen's South Africa Medal & 5 Clasps. Volunteer Long Service Medal. Mentioned in despatches), 9th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Auburn, SA. Single; Soldier / Pastoralist, of Yalpara Head Station, Orroroo, SA / Crystal Brook, South Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Lily Mabel Miell (nee Symons), of Care of Elder, Smith & Co., Adelaide, SA / Crystal Brook, South Australia. Killed in action at Russell's Top, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 45. Grave: Ari Burnu cemetery.

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Captain James (Jim) MILLER, 16th Battalion, AIF. Born Richmond, Victoria [?] . Single; Clerk, Royal Mint / Soldier, of 298 Albany Road, Victoria Park, Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; James Miller senior, of same address. Killed in action at the Bloody Angle, central Anzac, on 2 May 1915, aged 30. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Randolph MILLER, 7th Battalion, AIF. Born Whithorn, Scotland. Married; Farmer, of Block 38, Section 3, Tongala, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Agnes Miller, of same address. Died of wounds at Sea, on 19 May 1915, aged 46. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Morris James MILLIKEN, Auckland Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Shirley, NZ. Single; Farmer, of Tirau / Morrinsville, Waikato, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; William Hugh Milliken. Mother; Emily Dora Milliken, of Tatua, Waitoa, Auckland / Tatua, Morrinsville, Waikato, New Zealand. Died of wounds at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 23. Grave: Embarkation Pier cemetery.

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Major John Brier MILLS (King's 1902 Coronation Medal. Queen's South Africa Medal. Colonial Auxilliary Forces Long Service Medal), 2nd Australian Field Artillery Bde, AIF. Born St. Marys, South Creek, NSW. Married; Barrister & Solicitor, of 2 Rose Street, Perth, WA / Broken Hill, NSW / Coolgardie & Perth, Western Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Mrs J.B. Mills, of Claremont Avenue, Claremont, Western Australia. Died of wounds at exact location unknown, Helles sector, on 30 May 1915, aged 45. Grave: Pink Farm cemetery.

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Captain Stewart MILSON (Mentioned in despatches), 4th Battalion, AIF. Born 'Huntly'[?], Peak Downs, Qld. Single; Station manager, of 'Walaya', Peel Street, Milson's Point, Sydney, NSW / Haddon Rig Station, Coonamble, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Arthur James Milson. Mother; Eustatia Mary Milson (nee Stewart), of 'Walaya', Peel Street, Milson's Point, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 28. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Robert MOONEY (Queen's South Africa Medal. King's South Africa Medal), Auckland Battalion, NZEF. Born Liverpool, England. Married; Soldier, of New Zealand [Military] Staff, Te Kuiti, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Francis Mather ('Fanny') Mooney (nee Booth), of Care of Mrs G. Booth, Victoria Street, Water View, Avondale, Auckland, New Zealand. Killed in action at The Apex, central Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 36. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant James Anderson MOORE, 18th Battalion, AIF. Born Singleton, NSW. Single; Bank manager, Commercial Bank of Australasia, of Hurstville branch, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Thomas Henry Moore. Mother; Jane Moore (nee Anderson), of Flowerbank, Singleton, NSW / 'Bromley', Pitt Street, Randwick, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 22 August 1915, aged 27. No Known Grave.

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Captain Francis MORAN, 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Springsure, Qld. Single; Area Officer (previously bank clerk), of Kelvin Grove, Brisbane, Qld / Area Office, Red Hill, Queensland. Next of kin: Mother; Ellen Moran (nee Desmond). Father; Charles Ignatius Moran, of C/ Royal Bank, Brisbane, Queensland. Wounded 8th August, in the assault on Hill 971. Died of wounds at Sea (stated to have died 'of a broken heart' at learning of the casualties suffered by his battalion in this action), on 20 August 1915, aged 38. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Harry MORGAN, Auckland Battalion, NZEF. Born West Bromwich, Staffordshire, England. Married; Land & Estate Agent (self-employed), of Wainua, Rata Street, New Lynn, Auckland, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Euphemia Margaret Morgan (nee Heron) / Mother; Harriet (nee Duffield), later Mrs G.M. Thode, of same address. Killed in action at The Daisy Patch, Helles, between 6 - 10 May 1915, aged 35. Grave: Twelve Tree Copse cemetery.

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Sergeant (formerly Major, Royal Irish Rifles) James Maidment MORRISON, 13th Battalion, AIF. Born (unknown). Married; Clerk, of 54 Albert Terrace, Darlinghurst Road, Sydney NSW / Randwick, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; L.M. Morrison, of same address. Died of other causes (pneumonia, supervening on wounds received in action), in Alexandria, Egypt, on 11 June 1915, aged 45. Grave: Chatby War Memorial cemetery, Egypt.

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Captain Alfred Bishop MORTON (Queen's South Africa Medal & 5 Clasps. Long Service Medal), HQ Staff, NZEF. Born Devonport, Auckland, NZ. Single; Soldier (New Zealand Staff Corps), of Auckland, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; William Edward Morton. Mother; Elizabeth A. Morton, of 15 Momona Road, Greenlane, Auckland, New Zealand. Died of wounds at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 3 May 1915, aged 33. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Arthur Henry Torres MOUNTAIN, 16th Battalion, AIF. Born Thursday Island, Torres Strait, Qld. Single; Mercantile clerk, of Gregory Street, Geraldton, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; Arthur Henry Mountain. Mother; Florence May Mountain (nee Giffin), of same address. Killed in action at Courtney's Post, central Anzac, on 27 April 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Gordon Albert MUNRO (Mentioned in despatches), 12th Battalion, AIF. Born Torrens Road, Kilkenny, SA. Single; Public School teacher, of Torrens Road, Kilkenny, South Australia. Next of kin: Father; James Munro. Mother; Mary Munro (nee Spence), of same address. Killed in action at Pine Ridge or Gun (Third) Ridge, central Anzac, on 25 - 28 April 1915, aged 20. No Known Grave.

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Major Francis Joseph Patrick MURPHY, 17th Battalion, AIF. Born Richmond, Victoria . Single; Accountant, of 'Clodagh', Stanhope Street, Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria / Sydney, NSW [?]. Next of kin: Sister; Miss Elly Murphy, of 'Moana', 102 Denby Street, Middle Brighton, Melboure, Victoria. Died of other causes (meningitis) on Lemnos, Greece, on 11 January 1916, aged 40. Grave: Portianos Military cemetery.

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