|Place||Oceania: Australia, New South Wales, Queanbeyan|
|Object type||Black & white - Film copy negative|
|Place made||Australia: New South Wales, Queanbeyan|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Postcard entitled 'Our Queanbeyan Boys, No 2' bearing individual portraits of the following First ...
Postcard entitled 'Our Queanbeyan Boys, No 2' bearing individual portraits of the following First World War soldiers from the Queanbeyan, NSW district. Top row from left to right: 1428 Private (Pte) Joseph Patrick O'Rourke (brother of John O'Rourke in fourth row below); 5371 Pte Frederick Francis Grocott DCM; 2154 Corporal Charles Herbert Chalmers; 1626 Gunner Edward McInnes; Corporal (Cpl) F Morgan; 2252 Pte Arthur James Winner (died of disease in France 2 January 1919); and 5759 Pte Ernest Roffe (died of wounds in France 12 January 1917). Second row: 346 Pte Averil Warren (brother of Thomas Warren in sixth row below); 2412 Sergeant (Sgt) Harry Adam MacFarlane; 7745 Sgt Stuart Leslie Roberts; 2212 Pte Alfred Tarlton Oldfield; 9084 Driver Harold Joseph Thornton; 4065 Driver Frank Alfred Naveau (brother of Bertram Naveau in sixth row below); and 2208 Pte John Joseph O'Grady. Third row: R Moore; 2605 Pte William Beresford Muir MM; 6299 Pte Frank Maxwell Parcell; 1919 Pte Sidney Francis Griffiths; 1392 Pte Archibald Samuel Fitzgibbon; 4051 Cpl Theodore Erle Capes; and 2212 Pte Alfred Arthur Apps. Fourth Row: 11077 Sgt Edward Mandeville Jackson MM; 1427 Pte John James O'Rourke (brother of Joseph O'Rourke in first row above); 3667 Pte Bertie Sidney Wilfred Roffe; 3456 Cpl Reginald Annand; 2824 Pte James Archibald Muir; 11582 Bombardier Charles Lawless; and 5434 Lance Sgt George Potter (killed in action in France 1 September 1918). Fifth row: J Johnston; 5402 Pte John Charles Mayo (killed in action in France 15 May 1917) and his brother 1098 Sgt Ernest Frederick Mayo (killed in action in France 14 April 1917); 157 Cpl Frederick Thomas Newson DCM; 3035 Lance Corporal Volo Vincent Adams Dingle (killed in action in France 12 August 1916); 1452 Pte Charles Cecil Callaghan; and 5150 Pte Victor Henry James Neal. Sixth (bottom) row: 2224 Cecil Read; 1705 Pte Albert Charles Bell; 2446 Pte Arthur Ernest Lodge; 3610 William Patrick Tynan (killed in action in France 20 December 1915); 1958 Gunner Thomas Oswald Woodger; 1426 Cpl Bertram Herman Billet Naveau (brother of Frank Naveau in second row above); and 345 Pte Thomas Warren (brother of Averil Warren in second row above).