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Mate O' Mine

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Major Richard SAKER, 5th Battalion, AIF. Born Liverpool, England. Married; Soldier, of Verona, East Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Winnie Saker (nee Volt), of Walnut Tree Cottage, Cookham Dean, Berkshire, England. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 26 April 1915, aged 37. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Victor Leslie SALTAU, 5th Battalion, AIF. Born Warrnambool, Victoria. Married; Storeman, of 134 Gladstone Street, South Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Lydia Cora Saltau, of same address. Died of wounds at No. 11 Casualty Clearing Station, Helles, on 10 May 1915, aged 27. Grave: Lancashire Landing cemetery.

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Lieutenant Cedric Rolfe SARGOOD, Otago Battalion, NZEF. Born Dunedin, NZ. Single; Warehouseman, Sargodd Son & Ewen Ltd., of Marinoto, Newington Avenue, Dunedin, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Percy Rolfe Sargood, of Newington Avenue, Dunedin, New Zealand. Killed in action on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 9 August 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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Major Thomas Copeland SAVAGE, NZMC No 2 NZ Stationary Hospital, NZEF. Born Burslem, Staffordshire, England. Married; Doctor (surgeon), of 27 Princes Street, Auckland, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Madeline Savage (nee Cooper), of same address. Died of other causes (septicanemia) in Egypt, on 13 August 1915, aged 41. Grave: Cairo War Memorial cemetery.

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Lieut. Colonel Scobie, AIF

Lieutenant Colonel (CO) Robert SCOBIE (Queen's South Africa Medal & 5 Clasps. Mentioned in despatches), 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Oakhampton, NSW. Married; Farmer, of 'Stirling', West Maitland, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Flora Jemima Agnes Scobie (nee Crichton), of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 44. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Lieutenant Ernest Charles Gordon ('Joe') SCOTT, 10th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Hagley, Launceston [Westbury registered.] Tasmania. Single; Manager, Motor Transport Co. / Clerk, of 50 Nicholson Road, Subiaco, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; Jabez [A.P.?] Scott. Mother; Susannah Wesley Scott (nee Smithies), of 92 Thomas Street, Perth, Western Australia. Died of wounds at Sea, on 19 July 1915, aged 29. No Known Grave.

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Major John Burns SCOTT (Mentioned in despatches), 10th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Hagley, Launceston, Tasmania. Married; Accountant, of Launceston, Tasmania & Katanning, Western Australia. Next of kin: Wife; Eleanor (Ellie) Scott, of Taylor Street, Katanning, Western Australia. Killed in action at exact location unknown, northern Anzac, on 8 October 1915, aged 43. Grave: Embarkation Pier cemetery.

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Lieutenant Thomas Gerald Norman SCREATON, Auckland Battalion, NZEF. Born Leicester, England. Single; Book-keeper, employed by R. Screaton, of Helensville, New Zealand. Next of kin: Mother; Edith Flora Screaton (later Mrs J. Carling). Father; Frederick Norman Screaton, of Karangahake / Auckland, New Zealand. Killed in action at The Daisy Patch, Helles, on 8 May 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Richard Thomas Francis SELDON, 4th Battalion, AIF. Born North Sydney, NSW. Single; Accountant, of 'Eulourie', 46 McLaren Street, North Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; John Thomas Seldon. Mother; Elizabeth Hetty Seldon, of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 33. Grave: Johnston's Jolly cemetery.

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Major John Edwin SERGEANT (Queen's South Africa Medal & 3 Clasps. Mentioned in despatches), 8th Battalion, AIF. Born Box Hill, Melbourne, Victoria. Married; Grazier & Vigneron, of Goorambat East, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Annie T. Sergeant, of same address. Killed in action on Bolton's Ridge, southern Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 46. Grave: Shell Green cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant John Reginald SHALLBERG, 8th Battalion, AIF. Born Shepparton, Victoria. Single; Bank Clerk, of Streatham, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; John Henry Shallberg. Mother; Anna Archer Shallberg (nee Bell), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea, on 7 August 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Aubrey John Bickley SHERRING, AASC, AIF. Born Goulburn, NSW. Single; Teacher, of 'Eltham',6 Stanton Road, Haberfield, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Frank Sherring. Mother; Annie Sherring, of same address. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 31 July 1915, aged 29. Grave: Beach cemetery.

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Captain Shout VC, AIF

Captain Alfred John SHOUT (Victoria Cross. Military Cross. Mentioned in despatches. Queen's South Africa Medal. King's South Africa Medal), 1st Battalion, AIF. Born Wellington, NZ. Married; Carpenter & Joiner, of 116 Darlington Road, Darlington, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Rose Alice Shout, of same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS 'Euralia', on 11 August 1915, aged 34. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Norman SIDDALL, 2nd Australian Field Artillery Bde, AIF. Born Elsternwick, Victoria. Single; Warehouseman, of 17 Albion Road, Elsternwick, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; James William Siddall. Mother; Kate Allison Siddall (nee Gordon), of 17 Allison (?) Road, Elsternwick / 'Corona', St. George's Road, Elsternwick, Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action at McCay's Hill, central Anzac, on 29 May 1915, aged 23. Grave: Beach cemetery.

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Lieutenant Simpson, NZEF
Lieutenant William Stephen SIMPSON, Auckland Battalion, NZEF. Born Petone / Pahiatua, Wairarapa, NZ. Single; Solicitor's Clerk / Law Student, office of Hall, Skelton & Skelton, solicitors, of Paparoa, Kaipara, Auckland, New Zealand. Next of kin: Brother; Henry Simpson / Father; Andrew Sloan Simpson / Mother; Mary Simpson, of Palmerston North / Auckland, New Zealand. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 31 May 1915, aged 22. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant William Godfray SKELTON, Canterbury Battalion, NZEF. Born Christchurch, NZ. Single; Clerk, Christchurch Tramway Board, of 43 Radley Road, Woolston, Christchurch, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; William Edward Skelton, of same address. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 3 May 1915, aged 21. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Joseph Leo SKENE, 3rd Australian Field Artillery Bde, AIF. Born Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria. Married; Agent / Indentor / Commercial Traveller, of 1 Linda Crescent, Hawthorn, Melbourne, Victoria / Boondarra Grove, St. Kilda East, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Mabel Knowles Skene (nee Mossman), of 5 Moore Street, Hawthorn, Melbourne / Boondarra Grove, St. Kilda East, Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 12 December 1915, aged 25. Grave: Shrapnel Valley cemetery.

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Lieutenant Skertchly, AIF
Lieutenant Harold Brandon SKERTCHLY, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born Brandon, Suffolk, England. Married; Consulting geologist / Examiner of Patents, of 34 Glenferrie Road, Kew, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Katherine Gordon Skertchly (nee McLeod), of same address. Died of other causes (pneumonia and asthma) at 1st Australian General Hospital, Cairo, Egypt, on 15 May 1915, aged 35. Grave: Cairo War Memorial cemetery.

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Lieutenant Eric Wilkes Talbot SMITH (Mentioned in despatches), 10th Battalion, AIF. Born Adelaide, SA. Single; Soldier, of Duntroon, NSW / Kensington, South Australia. Next of kin: Father; Sydney Talbot Smith. Mother; Florence Oliver Smith, of Kensington Park, Kensington, Adelaide, South Australia. Died of wounds at Alexandria, Egypt, on 30 April 1915, aged 23. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.

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Lieutenant Smith, AIF

Lieutenant Frederick George SMITH, 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Maryborough Qld. Single; Public servant, Justice Department, NSW, of 469 Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW. Next of kin: Father; George Smith. Mother; Julia Smith (nee Clancy), of same address. Died of wounds at Anglo - American Hospital, Egypt, on 8 May 1915, aged 21. Grave: Cairo War Memorial cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Harold George SMITH, 15th Battalion, AIF. Born Daylesford, Victoria. Single; Farmer / Farm labourer, of Victoria Farm, Ayr, North Queensland. Next of kin: Father; George Henry Smith. Mother; Mary Smith (nee Snadden), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea [HMT 'Lutzow'], on 10 May 1915, aged 21. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Muir Paul SMITH (Mentioned in despatches), 4th Battalion, AIF. Born Newcastle, NSW. Single; Doctor (Demonstrator in Anatomy, Sydney University), of 'Selhurst', 380 Alfred Street, North Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; the late Walter Alexander Smith. Mother; Grace Ann Smith, of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 26 April 1915, aged 25. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Quintin Robert SMITH, 14th Battalion, AIF. Born West Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Clerk / Colliery Pay Master, Outtrim Coal Mine, Vic, of Essendon, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Alexander Robert Smith, of 19 Shaftesbury Street, Essendon, Victoria. Died of wounds at Sea: HMT Gascon, on 3 May 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Captain Thomas Oscar SMITH, 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Tambaroora, NSW. Single; Farmer & Grazier, of 'Riverside', Glenquarry, Bowral, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Ernest Smith. Mother; Mary Ann A. Harriet Smith, of same address. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 7 May 1915, aged 37. Grave: 4 Bn Parade Ground cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Eric Martin ('Dick') SOLLING, 2nd Battalion, AIF. Born Waratah, NSW . Married; Optician, of West Maitland, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Mrs Veronica Mary Solling., of 'Lorn', West Maitland, NSW. Killed in action at exact location unknown, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 21. No Known Grave.

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Captain Harold Alfred SOUTHERN, 16th Battalion, AIF. Born London, England. Single; Assistant Analyst / Analytical Chemist, of Market Street, Guildford, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; Arthur William Latimer Southern. Mother; Mary Elizabeth Southern, of The Cloisters, Perth, WA / Scotch College, Claremont, Western Australia. Killed in action at the Bloody Angle, central Anzac, on 2 May 1915, aged 25. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Spargo, AIF

Lieutenant Edwin Bennett SPARGO, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born Brunswick, Victoria. Single; Clerk, of 'Llanfygne', 173 Tooronga Road, East Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria . Next of kin: Father; Henry James Spargo. Mother; Jessie Ann Spargo (nee Trenoweth), of same address. Killed in action at German Officer's Trench, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 27. No Known Grave.

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Captain Arthur Vivian SPEDDING, Otago Battalion, NZEF. Born Dunedin, NZ. Single; Solicitor, Downie Stewart & Paine, Dunedin, of 18 Constitution Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Donald MacKenzie Spedding. Mother; Susan Margaret Spedding, of Princes Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. Killed in action on Pope's Hill, central Anzac, on 2 May 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Major Statham, NZEF

Major Frank Hadfield STATHAM (Mentioned in Despatches), Otago Battalion, NZEF. Born Dunedin, NZ. Married; Accountant & mining engineer, self-employed, of St Leonard's, Otago, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Mary Pierpont Statham (nee South), of Care of C.H. Statham, 26 Dowling Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. Killed in action on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 9 August 1915, aged 35. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Oswald Victor STEAD, Canterbury Battalion, NZEF. Born Invercargill, NZ. Single; Clerk, Federal Ironmongery Co., Gore NZ, of 199 Tweed Street, Invercargill, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; John Stead. Mother; Florence Stead, of same address. Died of other causes (quinsy) at Sea HMHS 'Ascanius', on 27 August 1915, aged 26. Grave: East Mudros Military cemetery.

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Lieutenant Noel STEADMAN, Auckland Battalion, NZEF. Born Whangarei, NZ. Single; Electrical engineer, A.& T Burt Ltd., Auckland, of 'Clifton', Symonds Street, Auckland, New Zealand. Next of kin: Father; Lt. Colonel Thomas Herbert Steadman. Mother; Edith Minnie Steadman, of Whangarei, North Auckland, New Zealand. Killed in action at Helles, on 8 May 1915, aged 24. No Known Grave.

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Lieut. Colonel Stewart, NZEF

Lieutenant Colonel (CO) Douglas Everard Macbean STEWART (Mentioned in despatches. Humane Society Medal. NZ Territorial Service Medal), Canterbury Battalion, NZEF. Born Ashburton, NZ. Married; Shipping Agent / Accountant, 130 Manchester St, Christchurch, of 100 Winchester Street, Christchurch, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Edith Illa Stewart (nee Fisher), of same address, and Mother; Annie Stevens [Mrs J.] Macbean Stewart, of Christchurch, New Zealand. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 37. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Colonel George Hepburn STEWART (NZ Territorial Service Medal), Canterbury / Otago Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born Dunedin, NZ. Married; Farmer, self-employed, of Crookston, Otago, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Elizabeth Woodhead Stewart (nee Herbert), of Post Office / Westwood, Crookston, Otago, New Zealand. Died of other causes (dysentery) on Lemnos, Greece, on 20 November 1915, aged 40. Grave: Portianos Military cemetery, Lemnos.

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Captain William Leighton STRACHAN, 6th Battalion, AIF. Born North Adelaide, SA. Single; Soldier / Accountant, of 41 Arnold Street, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Wife; Alice Campbell Strachan (nee Campbell), of Palmer Place, North Adelaide, South Australia. Killed in action on Bolton's Ridge, southern Anzac, on 25 - 28 April 1915, aged 27. Grave: Lone Pine cemetery.

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Lieutenant Laurence Whistler STREET, 3rd Battalion, AIF. Born Sydney, NSW. Single; Student at Law / Judge's associate, of Osborne Avenue, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Hon. Mr Justice Philip Whistler Street. Mother; Belinda Maud Street, of 'Liveryuga', Osborne [Onslow?] Avenue, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Johnston's Jolly, central Anzac, on 19 May 1915, aged 21. Grave: 4 Bn Parade Ground cemetery.

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Major Frederick STUCKEY, Auckland Battalion, NZEF. Born Christchurch, NZ. Single; Teacher / Assistant Master, C.T. Major, King's College, Auckland, of King's College, Remuera, Auckland, New Zealand. Next of kin: Mother; Mrs Fanny A. Bamford [Husband; Frederick Adolphus Bamford, clerk], of Tahunanui, Nelson, New Zealand. Died of wounds at The Nek, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 36. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant William SUTHERLAND, 13th Battalion, AIF. Born Bermagui, NSW. Single; Carpenter, of Dignam's Creek, via Bega, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Alexander George Sutherland. Mother; Alice May Sutherland, of same address. Killed in action at Probably Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 21 August 1915, aged 27. No Known Grave.

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Major Blair Inskip SWANNELL (Queen's South Africa Medal [?]), 1st Battalion, AIF. Born Weston-under-Wood, Olney, Bucks, England. Single; Soldier / Area Officer, of Northampton, England & Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; William Swannell, of Kellett House, 1 Castilian Terrace, Northampton, England. Killed in action at the Bloody Angle, central Anzac, on 25 April 1915, aged 39. Grave: Baby 700 cemetery.

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Lieutenant Tayler, NZEF

Lieutenant George Washington TAYLER, Wellington Battalion, NZEF. Born Eltham, Taranaki, NZ. Married; Solicitor, Syme & Weir, of Bridge Street, Eltham. Next of kin: Wife; Ella de Sou Tayler (nee Riley), of Tayler Street / Bridge Street, Eltham, Taranaki, New Zealand. Killed in action on Chunuk Bair, northern Anzac, on 8 August 1915, aged 25. No Known Grave.

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Captain Henry Percy ('Bruiser') TAYLOR (New Zealand Territorial Service Medal), Wellington Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Born New Zealand. Single; Farmer, self-employed, of Kiwitea district, New Zealand. Next of kin: Mother; Maria Mort Taylor. Father; Thomas Riley Taylor, of Kiwitea, Feilding / Wellington, New Zealand. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 29 August 1915, aged 38. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Charles Henry Wallace THOM, 4th Field Coy. Aust Engineers, AIF. Born Maryborough, Qld. Single; Mining surveyor / Civil engineer, of Hydraulic Engineer's Office, Brisbane / Charters Towers, Queensland. Next of kin: Father; George Thom. Mother; Elizabeth Thom (nee Delaney), of 'Ivydene', Lennox Street, Maryborough, Queensland. Killed in action (died of gas fume posioning) at Tunnel C2 (opposite Johnston's Jolly), central Anzac, on 29 October 1915, aged 28. Grave: Shrapnel Valley cemetery.

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Lieutenant Colonel Charles Ernest THOMAS (Volunteer's Decoration. Queen's South Africa Medal & 4 Clasps), NZMC, NZEF. Born Bangalore, India. Married; Doctor, of Sophia Street, Timaru, New Zealand. Next of kin: Wife; Mildred Julia Thomas (nee Rhodes), of same address. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 28 August 1915, aged 50. Grave: Embarkation Pier cemetery.

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Lieutenant Claude Edward THOMAS (Mentioned in despatches), AASC, AIF. Born Prospect, SA. Single; Civil servant, of Torrens Road, Ovingham, South Australia. Next of kin: Father; Edward Turner Thomas. Mother; Elizabeth Mary Foster, of same address. Died of wounds in Egypt, on 16 December 1915, aged 26. Grave: Chatby Military cemetery.

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Lieutenant Colonel (CO) Astley John Onslow THOMPSON (Volunteer's Decoration), 4th Battalion, AIF. Born Ynys House, Eglwysilan, Pontypridd, Glamorganshire, Wales. Single; Grazier / Station manager & director of several companies including Commercial Banking Company of Sydney & Colonial Sugar Refining Coy. Ltd., of Camden Park Estate, Menangle, NSW. Next of kin: Brother; Ivor William Onslow Thompson, of Singleton, NSW. Killed in action at Johnston's Jolly, central Anzac, on 26 April 1915, aged 50. Grave: 4 Bn Parade Ground cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Horace William Blair Leo THOMPSON, 11th Battalion, AIF. Born Melbourne, Victoria. Single; Assayer / Mining engineer, of Great Boulder Hotel, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. Next of kin: Father; Robert David Thompson. Mother; Julia Helen Thompson (nee Green), of 'Induna', Cintra Avenue, East St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria. Killed in action at Gaba Tepe, beyond the southern Anzac lines, on 4 May 1915, aged 28. Grave: Courtney's & Steele's Cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Louis Neil Francis THOMSON, 4th Battalion, AIF. Born Newtown, Sydney, NSW. Single; Providore / Clerk, of 'Valney' ('Valmy'?), Vaucluse Bay, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; Robert Patrick Thomson. Mother; Louisa M. Thomson, of same address. Killed in action at Lone Pine, central Anzac, on 6 August 1915, aged 23. No Known Grave.

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Lieutenant Allan THORNE, 7th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Tamworth, NSW. Single; Soldier, of Victoria Park Bowling Club, Sydney, NSW. Next of kin: Father; George Araluen Thorne. Mother; Margaret Naughton Thorne, of 'Rothiemay', 14 Tamar Street, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Ryrie's Post, central Anzac, on 27 July 1915, aged 20. Grave: Shell Green cemetery.

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2nd Lieutenant Walter Hervey THYER, 16th Battalion, AIF. Born Natimuk,Victoria. Single; Accountant, of 'Cranbourne', Ninth Avenue, Maylands, Western Australia. Next of kin: Aunt; Miss E.H. Harvey, of same address. Killed in action at Hill 60, northern Anzac, on 29 August 1915, aged 25. Grave: Hill 60 cemetery.

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Lieutenant Garnet Edmund Iles TINSON, 1st Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Oakhampton Rd, Maitland, NSW. Married; Farmer / Mechanic, of Mountview Road, Cessnock, NSW. Next of kin: Wife; Edith L. Tinson (nee Brown), of same address. Died of wounds at Sea, on 9 August 1915, aged 28. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Harold Freeman TIPPET, 24th Battalion, AIF. Born State School, Kalkee West, near Horsham, Victoria. Single; Salesman / 'Hardware trade - a keen business man', of 67 Wheatland Road, Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria. Next of kin: Father; Thomas Tippet, of 'Tralkee', same address. Died of wounds at Sea: HMHS 'Maheno', on 18 September 1915, aged 19. No Known Grave.
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Captain Samuel Edward TOWNSHEND, 16th Battalion, AIF. Born Port Mackay, Qld. Single; Barrister-at-Law / Registrar of the University of Western Australia, of University, Perth, WA / Sydney, NSW & Perth, WA. Next of kin: Mother; Mrs Ellen BARNES (nee White). Father; Edward Beecher Townshend, of 'Selwood', 141 Allison Road, Randwick, Sydney, NSW. Killed in action at Quinn's Post, central Anzac, on 10 May 1915, aged 29. No Known Grave.

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2nd Lieutenant Alexander Phipps TURNBULL, 10th Light Horse Regiment, AIF. Born Dardanup, WA. Single; Solicitor, of Alexander River, via Esperance, WA / Perth, WA. Next of kin: Father; Alexander P. Turnbull. Mother; Marian R. Turnbull (nee Lee Steere), of Alexander River, via Esperance, WA / 18 St. George's Terrace, Perth, Western Australia. Killed in action at The Nek, central Anzac, on 7 August 1915, aged 27. Grave: Ari Burnu cemetery.

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