Group portrait of the members of F Company, 5th Battalion, Casino Senior Cadets, at Casino ...

Accession Number P09572.002
Collection type Photograph
Object type Colour - Digital file TIFF
Maker Unknown
Place made Australia: New South Wales, Casino
Date made 1910
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918
Copyright

Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain

Public Domain Mark This item is in the Public Domain

Description

Group portrait of the members of F Company, 5th Battalion, Casino Senior Cadets, at Casino Showground. Many of these boys and young men went on to serve in the First and Second World Wars. Back row, left to right: Ken Gilmore (probably Kenneth Clyde Gilmore, served First and Second World Wars); H McMullen DCM (probably William Harold McMullen, killed in action 5 November 1916); Bert Munro; Bill Platt (probably William Josiah Platt, killed in action 8 July 1917); Aub Simpson; A B Elliott; Fred Stitz; A Lattimer (killed?, unable to further identify) and A Groves (possibly Alexander Groves, killed in action 4 July 1918). Third row: H Hanson (killed, unable to further identify); Bill Olive (probably Arthur William Olive, served First and Second World Wars); Herbert Allan Marks (died of wounds 2 October 1917); unidentified; Sid Rann; Nev Mackney; Stan Alcock (killed, unable to further identify); Bill May; Sid Harvison (probably Walter Sydney Harvison, died of disease 3 November 1918) and Leo Page. Second row: Bonny Frost; Bert Harvison; Jim Leece; Gordon Cumming (probably Gordon Knight Cumming, killed in action 6 August 1915); Jim O'Connor; Allen Kunkler; Chas Mackney (probably Charles Henry Mackney, died of wounds 7 November 1916); Bob Elliott and Les James. Front row, on grass: Jack Stavert; Bill Stavert and Alec McPhail. Absent: Captain H McKerihan; Ken Pope; Ross Brain; Ern Maher; Gerald Cope; Jack Crawford; Charlie Wilby and Jack Wearne.