|Object type||Black & white - Glass transparency (positive)|
Unknown Australian Official Photographer
|Place made||France: Nord Pas de Calais, Nord, Meteren|
|Date made||6 March 1918|
First World War, 1914-1918
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Group portrait of the officers of the 47th Battalion. Identified from left to right, back row: ...
Group portrait of the officers of the 47th Battalion. Identified from left to right, back row: Lieutenant (Lt) Percy Albert Lisle MC; Lt Samuel John Hill MM, Signals Officer (later killed in action in France on 18 September 1918); Lt Frederick William Lane (later killed in action in France on 28 March 1918); Lt Cyril Stodart Martin McBride, Company Sergeant Major (CSM); Lt George Victor O'Connor MC; Lt Benjamin Robert Bird MC; Lt Harry Taylor DSO; Lt Christian Valentine Nommensen (later killed in action in France on 28 March 1918); Lt Walter Baxter.
Second row: Lt Thomas Trulove Morley MC, Bomb Officer; Lt Malcolm John McGhie MC; Lt Alexander Thomson McAllister; Lt David Mcnair Doig (later died of wounds in France 29 March 1918); Lt H Mears; Lt Larington Lewis Carter MM; Lt William John Farmer Cooksley (later killed in action in France on 5 April 1918); Lt Hugh Maxwell Douglas (later died of wounds in France on 8 April 1918); Lt Ernest Robinson MC, Lewis Gun Officer (LGO)); Lt Fairlie Alexander Paterson; Captain (Capt) George Crowe Reid MC, Intelligence Officer; Lt Frederick Ernest Parsons MC.
Front row: Capt Edmund Horsington Walley Hurd MC, Officer Commanding (OC) A Company; Capt Charles Euston Young DSO, OC B Company; Chaplain the Reverend Vivian Roy Bradbury MC, Padre; Lt Henry George Smith MC DCM, Assistant Adjutant; Major Herbert Francis McLaughlin; Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Peter Imlay DSO and Bar, Commanding Officer; Capt Norman Frederick Bremner DSO, Adjutant; Capt John Patrick Farrell; Regimental Medical Officer; Capt Edward Oliver Williams MC, OC C Company; Capt Gregory James Gibson, OC D Company (later died of wounds in France on 28 March 1918); Lt William Robertson Wishart, Quartermaster.