|Object type||Black & white - Print silver gelatin|
Mercer & Ramsay
|Place made||Australia: New South Wales, Sydney|
|Date made||c 1919|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Municipality of Kogarah Honour Roll No 1, comprising portraits and names of citizens who served ...
Municipality of Kogarah Honour Roll No 1, comprising portraits and names of citizens who served in the First World War.
Listing by Tier, top to bottom, left to right:
4794 Private (Pte) Arthur Charles Hawkins, 45th Battalion, killed in action, 13 October 1917; 3869 Corporal (Cpl) Keith Robert Douglas McFadyen, 17th Battalion, died of wounds, 26 July 1916; 10670 Driver (Dvr) Norman William Stibbard; 2291 Pte George Ephraim Canham; 34732 Gunner (Gnr) Horace Joseph Devitt; 59313 Sapper (Spr) Sydney John Douglas; 59362 Pte George William Shaw; 632 Pte William Alfred Rodden, 18th Battalion, died of disease, 24 September 1915; 294 Gnr Bert Kemp; 2428 Cpl William Henry Williams; 4427 Pte Herbert James Porter.
6379, Pte William Charles Mercer; 5592 Pte Herbert Charles Le Messurier; 2893/2893A Pte Donald Dudley Morris Riley; 4413 Pte Reginald John Tyrrell, killed in action 23 May 1918; 693 Pte Albert Frank Kulmar; 2029 Sergeant (Sgt) Harry Garside; 815/3274 Pte Roy Crawford; 41 Second Cpl Sidney Vincent, MM and Bar, 1 Div Signals, died of disease, 12 Dec 1919; 5716 Pte Herbert Henry Holyoake; 1419 Dvr George Ernest White; 3419 Pte Alfred Richards.
609 Pte Clyde Allan Lloyd; 2892 Lance Corporal (L Cpl) Joseph Stephen Bunting; 3007 Pte Vinton Baltam Baker, 55th Battalion, killed in action 20 July 1916; 6639 Pte Cyril Herbert Standen; 1277 Pte Albert Sheen; 2891 Pte Norman William John Stokes; 356 Cpl Norman Anthony Wilson; 1233 Dvr Thomas William Wright Killiby; 7623 Pte Robert Killiby; 2638 Pte Frederick Sam Green; 28215 Pte Alexander Wilson.
3884 Pte Walter Edgar Bulmer, 1st Battalion, killed in action 22 August 1916; 6113 Pte Cyril Thomas Lewis, 22nd Battalion, killed in action 3 May 1917; L Stewart; 9953 Cpl Cyril Walter South; 10007 Pte Henry Gage; 6114 Pte Leo Patrick Lewis; 16538 Spr Charles Albert Gage; 12221 Sgt Erik Braddon South; 6267 Pte Richard Daniel Flatman; 4772 Pte Albert Cornwall Sippel, 20th Battalion, killed in action 9 Mar 1917; 3449 Pte Edwin Norton.
C Lewis, 2266 Pte Robert Arthur Stewart, 3rd Battalion, died of wounds 7 August 1915; L Stewart; 2159/2884 Pte Arthur John Frasa; 3121 Pte Robert Wallace Kerr; 6571 Pte Harold Cornwall Sippel; 58522 Pte Herbert George Adams; 2604 Pte John Selwood Chynoweth; 5091 Company Quartermaster Sergeant Herbert Arthur Flatman; 4531 Pte James McGinley; 6055 Pte Leonard Crawford.
6684 Spr Clarence Stanley Towner; 2024 Gnr John Alban Devitt; 3877 Pte Lancelot John Rayner; 56 Dvr William Henry Smith; 14 Pte Donald Gordon MacLeod; Staff Nurse Edith Blake, Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service, British Army, drowned at sea 26 February 1918; 3438 Spr Hugh Alexander Nugent; 3226 Pte Godfrey John Pollock; 31831 Gnr Charles Frederick Milton; 3115, Cpl William McKinlay; 662 Pte Ernest George Peatfield.
209/1214 Pte Victor Herbert Mercer, 4th Battalion, died at Bowral Hospital 29 February 1916; 66334 Cpl Clarence Valentine Forsyth; 6570 Pte Leslie Cornwall Sippel; 2642 Pte Norman Arthur Griffiths; 2898 Pte Henry George Griffiths; 4263 Pte Albert William Griffiths, 35th Battalion, died of wounds 11 April 1918; 166 Sgt Robert Henry Bulmer, 3rd Battalion, killed in action 16 July 1915; 2863 Pte Emanuel Bulmer; 2903 Pte Frederick George Seaton, 5th Pioneer Battalion, died of wounds 4 October 1917; 2666 Pte William James Hooper; 9902 Pte Percival Short.
2820 Pte Sydney Richard Birch; 855 Pte George William Flatman, 5th Machine Gun Company, killed in action 6 May 1916; G Norton; 20769 Spr Angus Stewart More; 6070 Pte John Lee; M J Harris; 1192/4041 Dvr William Foster 4th Field Company of Engineers, killed in action 21 October 1917. 3153 Lieutenant (Lt) Sydney Oliver Mitchell; 5669 Pte George William Campling; 10171 Dvr Herbert Horace Hempsted; 1713 Pte Edward James Allen.
6523 L Cpl Edward William Bulmer; 51005 Charles Henry Kemp; 1718 Cpl John Alfred Kelso, 17th Battalion, killed in action 20 September 1917; 2562 John Henry Frasa; 141 Cpl Edgar Irvine Lee; 29094 Gnr William John Holmes; 1912 Pte James Michael Scanlan;6354 Pte Frank Kenneth Swan; 953 Pte Horace Stott; 60108 Pte William Douglas Kerr; A Hansen.
4509 Cpl Edward George Scanlan; 3074 L Cpl John Victor Goodman; 4551 Pte Spencer Horace Thompson; Lt Albert Edward Campling, 20th Battalion, killed in action 14 June 1916; 11577 Gnr John Hurst; 3492 Pte Herbert Cropp; 6848 Pte Harry Smith Howes; 2835 Pte Robert Seaton; 10231 Pte Walter Edgerton Riddell; either 8416 Dvr Bevon William James Henderson or 703 Pte Cranstoun Hicks Beaven; 1928A Pte Arthur Desmond Kerr.
345 Pte Harry Ashton Mitchell; D Sutherland; 4550 Pte Reginald Thomson; W MacKenzie; 3155 Pte Harold John Keable; 3404 Cpl William Henry Penny; 2392 Sgt Percy James Chynoweth; 1817 Pte Russell Llewellyn Sands;either 8416 Dvr Bevon William James Henderson or 703 Pte Cranstoun Hicks Beaven; 3819 Cpl Alfred Henry Edwards; 53828 Pte Robert Melville West.
7274 L Cpl Henry Charles Middleton; 2948 Pte George Morris; Pte Evans; 1785 Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant Ernest Joseph Tidmarsh, 17th Battalion, died of disease 10 November 1918; 3126 Pte Stanley George Tidmarsh; 1988 Pte John Allen Bown; 1385 Pte Harry Edward Warren Bishop; 1547/85768 Pte Albert Samuel Bown; 1304 Pte William George Bown; 2445 Pte Henry Clive St John; 430 Regimental Sergeant Major Reuben Herbert Tidmarsh.
3053 Spr Leslie Moncrief Crawley; 9916 Gnr John Ambrose Harris, 1st Field Artillery Brigade, killed in action 8 October 1917; 3942 Pte Arthur James Taylor; 1316 Pte Stanley Porhan Taylor; 5489 Stoker Philip Cyril Taylor (RAN); 32120 Gnr Horace Mamwell 12th Field Artillery Brigade, killed in action 21 March 1918; 3005 Gnr John Aldred, 14th Field Artillery Brigade, died of wounds 24 April 1918; 4603 Spr James William Hutchison; 3714 Pte Horace George Wright; 3002 Dvr Frederick Aldred; 945 Cpl Kenneth Charles McLeod.