|Object type||Black & white - Glass transparency (positive)|
Unknown Australian Official Photographer
|Place made||France: Picardie, Somme, Rivery|
|Date made||26 June 1918|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Group portrait of officers of the 19th Battalion. Back row, left to right: Second Lieutenant (2nd ...
Group portrait of officers of the 19th Battalion. Back row, left to right: Second Lieutenant (2nd Lt) Percy David Jones MC DCM; Lieutenant (Lt) Hunter Wharton Kirke MC; Lt Aldous Arthur Cooke MM; Lt Martin Hayes MC; Lt Reginald James Fitzroy MC; Lt Edwin Lewis Hall MC. Middle row: Lt James Thomas Hampson MC (died of wounds 6 October 1918); Lt Frank Oliver Robinson; Lt C Robbins; 2nd Lt Eric Stanley Gordon MC; Lt Wilfred Charles Cundell Satchell MC; Lt John Fisher MC; Lt Frederick Donovan; Lt Henry Armstrong Stokes Hughes MC; Lt Cecil Healy (killed in action 29 August 1918); Lt W D Robertson; Lt John George Vickers MC; Captain (Capt) William Lee Trennery MC; Capt Frederick George Hinds MC; Lt Arthur Douglas Pearce MC. Front row: Capt Fabian Patrick Dwyer (Chaplain); Capt John Rees Porter (Medical Officer); Lt Cyril Leggatt Sell MC (died of wounds 7 October 1918; Lt Edwin Napier Armit MC; Capt Percy Valentine Storkey VC; Major (Maj) Frank Arthur Stewart Boyden; Maj John John Albert Walker; Maj Samuel Albert Middleton DSO (Commanding Officer); Lt Leslie Layton-Smith MC (Adjutant); Capt George Leslie Sadler; Capt Sydney George Nicoll; 2nd Lt Henry Parker McMeekin; Lt Alfred Charles Bird; Lt David Richard Fleming MC. A message on the door of the building reads 'Lights out 8.30'. Lt Cecil Healy won a gold and a silver medal in swimming at the 1912 Stockholm Olympics. He is the only known Olympian commemorated on the Australian Roll of Honour.