|Object type||Black & white - Glass original whole plate negative|
Unknown Australian Official Photographer
|Place made||Belgium: Flanders, West-Vlaanderen, Messines, Neuve Eglise|
|Date made||13 January 1918|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
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Outdoor group portrait of members of the 10th Light Trench Mortar Battery at Neuve Eglise, ...
Outdoor group portrait of members of the 10th Light Trench Mortar Battery at Neuve Eglise, France. Identified in the back row from left to right: 1180 Private (Pte) Clifford Guy (later Lance Corporal); 3125 Pte John Cameron; 1644 Pte Ernest John Deans; 2056 Pte Ernest Cressington; 2319 Pte George Stanley Hennessey; 2 Pte Arthur Absolom; 2688 Pte Frederick William Knight; 914 Pte George Hubert Quinn; 6043 Pte Samuel Joseph Jackson; 1009 Pte Thomas Patrick Waters (later Corporal); 1953 Pte Albert Victor Norris; and 2167 Pte Martin William Waters.
Second row from left to right: 2367 Pte James McLachlan; 1814 Pte James Ritchie (later killed in action in France on 10 August 1918); 103 Pte Francis Andrew Egan; 2337 Pte George Hill; Pte A Eaton; 2148 Pte Albert William Shippard; 70 Pte Jack Clues; 1306 Pte Albert Victor Strachan; 1040 Pte William Daniel Connolly; 1271 Pte George Romar; 2096 Pte William James Carl Harder (later accidentally killed in Belgium on 24 February 1918); 1864 Pte William McDonald; and 653 Pte William Robertson.
Front row from left to right: 1160 Corporal (Cpl) Robert Edwin Cargill (later awarded Meritorious Service Medal (MSM)); 27 Cpl Edgar Henry Beggen (later accidentally killed in Belgium on 24 February 1918); 1642 Cpl Leslie Victor Dunn (later awarded Military Medal (MM)); 797 Cpl William Harrison; 154 Sergeant (Sgt) William Reuben Lorensini DCM (later died of wounds in France on 28 September 1918); Lt James Joseph Munday, Acting Officer Commanding; Lt Thomas Kevin Cahill (later killed in action in France on 30 August 1918); 553 Sgt John James Oliver (later awarded DCM and MM); 1643 Cpl Robert Henry Dunn; 2406 Cpl Ernest George Edmund Cooper; 1837 Cpl Arthur Raymond Lewis; and Pte Robert William Price.