|Object type||Black & white - Glass original half plate negative|
|Place made||Ottoman Empire: Turkey, Marmara, Chanak, Gallipoli Peninsula|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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A memorial cross to Non Commissioned Officers and men of the 1st Field Company Australian ...
A memorial cross to Non Commissioned Officers and men of the 1st Field Company Australian Engineers, killed or wounded in action on the Gallipoli Peninsula, erected in the cemetery in which some of the men were buried by their comrades. The names listed on the cross are: 132 Corporal (Cpl) Alexander Joseph McDonald, died of wounds 25 April 1915, aged 31 years; 239 Cpl Hugh Colquhoun, died of wounds on 19 June 1915, aged 31 years; 122 Second Cpl John Joseph Gough, killed in action on 9 July 1915, aged 26 years; 54 Sapper (Spr) Henry Harnam Fairnham, killed in action 26 May 1915, aged 31 years; 55 Spr Walter Freebairn, killed in action on 25 April 1915, aged 24 years; 60 Spr Cecil William Robert Howlett, killed in action 2 May 1915, aged 21 years; 246 Spr William Moore, killed in action on 25 April 1915, aged 28 years; 70 Spr Cleveland Edmund Page, killed in action on 25 April 1915, aged 23 years; 74 Spr James Randall Pantlin, killed in action on 5 May 1915, aged 24 years; 191 Spr Fred Reynolds, killed in action on 25 April 1915, aged 21 years; 112 Spr Francis Leslie Wells, killed in action on 12 July 1915, aged 22 years; 15 Second Cpl George Harrington Bird, died of wounds at sea on 9 August 1915, aged 19 years; 212 Spr Charles Carrington Fowle, wounded at Shrapnel Gully and died in Egypt on 13 July 1915, aged 29 years; 344 Spr Edward Moore Carter, wounded at Gallipoli on 12 July 1915, and died on 23 July 1915, aged 19 years (see image of Spr Carter's grave in Malta at P00545.040.)