Outdoor group portrait of members of Number 4 Section 15th Field Company of Australian Engineers. ...

Accession Number P10114.001
Collection type Photograph
Object type Black & white - Print silver gelatin
Maker Unknown
Place made France: Picardie, Somme, Contay
Date made March 1917
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918

Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain

Public Domain Mark This item is in the Public Domain


Outdoor group portrait of members of Number 4 Section 15th Field Company of Australian Engineers. Identified from left to right:(1) 15235 Sapper Charles Cheetham from Bundaberg, Queensland; (2) 3854 Private (Pte) Malcolm McKinnon from Wallambra River, NSW; (3) Fagan; (4) 214 Lance Corporal (L Cpl) Thomas Hirst from Perth, Western Australia; (5) 6715 Sapper (Spr) James Dominic Cannon from Lefroy, Tasmania; (6) 5430 Spr Thomas Albert Burke from Longwood, Victoria; (7) 6462 Spr Andrew Grant from Sydney, NSW; (8) 4257 Pte Herbert Elmo Neasbey from Grafton, NSW; (9) 6214 Spr Ernest Alfred Grace from Launceston, Tasmania; (10) 16221 Spr Edward Murray Noone from Sydney; (11) 5936 Driver William Leslie Berryman from Nevertire, NSW; (12) 16247 Spr Cyril Lewis Gascoigne Moon from Ryde, NSW; (13) Donnelly; (14) probably 6143 Spr Frazer Paterson Henderson from Armadale, Western Australia; (15) 14982 Spr Ronald Charles Brearley from Subiaco, Western Australia; (16) probably 3499 Spr Leslie Ernest Williams from Clayton, Victoria; (17) 8875 Spr Leslie Herbert Sykes from Ballarat, Victoria; (18) 14945 Spr John James Dodson from Concord, NSW; (19) either 3856 Spr John Robertson from Narara, NSW or 35 Spr Walter Ernest Robertson from Fairfield, NSW; (20) 4423 Spr James Moar McKenzie from Drummoyne, NSW; (21) 6146 Spr James Lee from Mannup Line, Western Australia; (22) unidentified; (23) unidentified; (24) McDonald; (25) 7301 Spr Thomas Moloney from Aramac, Queensland; (26) 5644 Driver Victor Aldred Hobba from Ballarat, Victoria; (27) 5706 L Cpl Thomas Durkin from Port Pirie, South Australia; (28) 7073 Acting Sergeant (Sgt) William Keith Gillies from Manly, NSW (later Second Lieutenant killed in action at Passchendaele, Belgium on 19 October 1917); (29) 2962 Corporal (Cpl) Alfred John Murphy from North Fitzroy, Victoria; (30) 2958 Second Cpl Calder Kernot Oliver from Brighton, Victoria; (31) 97 Spr William Gibb from Timaru, New Zealand; (32) 133 Spr Francis Charles Moore from Ulverstone, Tasmania; (33) 4514 Pte Edward Gordon Lindsay from Sydney; (34) 15048 Spr Harry Brookfield from Melbourne, Victoria; (35) 2008 Spr John Shadrick Pace from Hobart, Tasmania (killed in action on 10 April 1918); (36) 8257 Driver Clifford Henry Chick from Lilydale, Tasmania; (37) 16168 Spr Malcolm Jeffrey Bissett from Sydney; and (38) 15710 Spr Edward Munro Luscombe from Mascot, NSW (killed in action on 3 September 1918).