|Object type||Black & white - Glass original half plate negative|
|Date made||June 1918|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Outdoor group portrait of officers of the 47th Battalion, in front of the Hospice at Rivery, near ...
Outdoor group portrait of officers of the 47th Battalion, in front of the Hospice at Rivery, near Amiens, France. Identified in the back row, left to right: Captain (Capt) John Patrick Farrell MO; Lieutenant (Lt) Samuel John Hill MM; Lt Albert Victor Paterson MM; Second Lieutenant Frederick Henry Hohnen; Lt Herbert Edward Corser MC; Capt George Crowe Reid MC; Lt Frederick Ernest Parsons MC; Lt James Gordon O'Neill, Lewis Gun Officer (LGO) (killed in action in France on 8 August 1918); Lt Fairlie Alexander Paterson MC; Lt George Henry Smith; Lt Walter Baxter; and Lt Harry Taylor DSO MC. Second row: Lt Basil Raymond Moore MC; Lt Duncan Clark Rose MC; Lt J. G. Swan; Lt Leslie Norman Ward MC (killed in action in France on 19 September 1918); Lt George Percival Storey MC; Lt William Ernest Brough MC; Lt Cyril Stodart Martin McBride; Lt James John Molphy MM; Lt Thomas Truelove Morley MC; Lt Benjamin Robert Bird MC; and Lt Herbert Lewis Dunnett MM. Front row: Lt George Alexander Wishart, Quartermaster; Capt Edmund Horsington Whalley Hurd MC; Lt Henry George Smith MC DCM; Capt Charles Euston Young DSO; Lt Walter Morgan (killed in action in France on 10 August 1918); Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Peter Imlay DSO; Major Francis Roger North MC; Capt Norman Frederick Bremner DSO; Capt Charles Henry King MC; Capt James Brack MC; and Capt Alexander Milne Anderson (later awarded DSO).