|Object type||Black & white - Glass original whole plate negative|
|Place made||United Kingdom: England, Wiltshire|
|Date made||c March 1919|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Graves of Australian soldiers in the cemetery at Compton-Chamberlyne, each marked by a cross. ...
Graves of Australian soldiers in the cemetery at Compton-Chamberlyne, each marked by a cross. Back row, left to right: 55821 Private (Pte) Alfred Alwin Dreckow, 32nd Battalion (Bn), died 19 October 1918; 3712 Pte Thomas Cass, 10th Bn, died 17 August 1918; 3764 Pte William Joseph Arnold, 31st Bn, died 2 July 1918; Captain Roy Allan Sillar, Australian Army Medical Corps, died 30 June 1918; 1993A Pte Sydney Ross, 18th Bn, died 31 May 1918. Front row: 1666 Sergeant Percy Robert Knowles, 9th Australian Light TM Battery, died 30 January 1918; 1995 Pte Thomas James Skipper, 51st Bn, died Fovant Military Hospital 7 January 1918; 687 Pte John Thomas Wehrmann, 32nd Bn, died 3 November 1917; 3462 Pte William Joseph Park, 60th Bn, died 23rd September 1917; 1725 Pte William Ernest Riley, 60th Bn, died 22 May 1917.