|Object type||Black & white - Digital print|
|Date made||c 1917|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Group portrait of hut mates, all members of the 36th Battalion. Front Row, left to right: 2593 ...
Group portrait of hut mates, all members of the 36th Battalion. Front Row, left to right: 2593 Pte John Alfred Krumin, of Lisarow, NSW; 2645 Pte Lea Roy Paul, of Singleton, NSW (killed in action at Messines, Belgium, on 21 July 1917); 2563 Pte Geoffrey Finnigan, of Deepwater, NSW (killed in action at Messines on 5 June 1917); 2524 Pte Raymond Reuben Battle, of Macleay River, NSW. Second row, left to right: 2674 Vincent Ernest Wedlock, of Bellinger River, NSW; 2567 Pte William Henry Joseph Fry, of Fisher's Hill, NSW; 2586 Pte William Jones, of Singleton, NSW (awarded the Military Medal in 1918 for "magnificent daring" while acting as a stretcher bearer); 2654 Pte Terance Ryan, of Quirindi, NSW; 2598 Pte John Keith of Merewether, NSW; 2562 Pte Herbert Freegarde, of Newcastle, NSW; 2600 Pte Ronald Arthur Lees, of Camden Haven, NSW; 2572 Pte Thomas Gibbs, of Branxton, NSW. Third row, left to right: 2594 Pte Sydney Randolph Kellaway, Newcastle, NSW; 2650 Pte Hugh Pillans, Wallsend, NSW (killed in action in Belgium on 3 October 1917); 2628 Pte Hope Chapman McAlpin, of Singleton, NSW; 2646 Pte Thomas Porter, of Lower Quippolly, NSW (awarded the Military Medal and Bar in 1918); Pte R Stevens. Backrow, left to right: 2541 Private (Pte) Jack Cameron Carey, of Jones Island, NSW; 2517 Pte Arthur Archinal, of Singleton, NSW (awarded the Military Medal in 1918 for his actions as a stretcher bearer); 2659 Pte Francis Victor Earl, of Wyong, NSW; 2548 Frank Robert Cooper, of Stockton, NSW (died on 6 June 1917 of wounds received in action at Messines); 2555 Pte George Stanley Davies, of North Lambton NSW.