Honour board Anthony Hordern and Sons

Accession Number P02599.001
Collection type Photograph
Object type Matt/Mount
Maker Unknown
Place made Australia: New South Wales, Sydney
Date made c 1918
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918

Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain

Public Domain Mark This item is in the Public Domain


Large collage of portraits of enlisted employees of the Sydney department store Anthony Hordern and Sons Limited who were killed in action during the First World War. The collage contains 46 photographs of soldiers and sailors who served during the First World War. The men pictured in the collage are: 6360 Private (Pte) Herbert Augustine Kelly, 20th Battalion, of Leichhardt, NSW; 6752 Pte Cryalin Vivian Goulding (incorrectly described as Golding on the Honour Board), 8th Battalion, of North Sydney, NSW; 4391 Pte Hector McAulay, 54th Battalion, of Waverley NSW; 13328 Dvr Arthur Vose, 6th Mechanical Transport Company, Australian Army Service Corps (AASC), of Pyrmont, NSW; 1818 Pte Stanley Robert Pettet (incorrectly described as Pettit on the Honour Board), 2nd Battalion, of Thornleigh, NSW; 2159 Pte Arthur Dudley Lewis, 3rd Battalion, of Burwood, NSW; 2241 Pte Charles Taylor, 13th Battalion, of Marrickville, NSW; 2014 Pte Thomas Rich, 3rd Battalion, of Sydney, NSW; 172 Pte Charles Ernest Slocombe, 36th Battalion, of Goulburn, NSW; 1877 Private (Pte) Walter Frederick Longstaff, 1st Australian Pioneers, of Darlinghurst, NSW; 2366 Lance Corporal (L Cpl) Benjamin Clark, 2nd Battalion, of Bondi, NSW; 3900 Pte Walter Allan Negus, 17th Battalion, of Kogarah, NSW; 3525 Private (Pte) George Charles Howell Wootton, 53rd Battalion, of Ashfield, NSW; 3071 L Cpl Harry Kelly, 53rd Battalion, of Bathurst, NSW; 3329A Pte Edward Alexander Hinge, 53rd Battalion, of Waverley, NSW. Second Lieutenant Cecil Charles James McFarlane, 36th Battalion, of Leichhardt, NSW; Lieutenant David Knight, 33rd Battalion, of Lakemba, NSW; 727 Private (Pte) William John Pickup, 1st Battalion, of Sydney, NSW; Dvr Frank Nathaniel Woods, Naval Bridging Train, of Waverley, NSW; 3038 L Cpl William Ernest Buckland, 4th Battalion, of St. Peter's, NSW; 4295 Pte Andrew Arthur Samworth (incorrectly described as Samsworth on the Honour Board), 13th Battalion, of Sydney, NSW; 4578 Pte Joseph Hood Anglian Reid, 2nd Battalion, of Newtown, NSW; 180 Lance Sergeant (L Sgt) Leslie John Shaw Smith, 55th Battalion, of Sydney, NSW (originally of Blackburn, England); 2284 Corporal (Cpl) Reginald Morgan MM, 19th Battalion, (originally of Devon, England); 962 Pte Norman Robert Peate (incorrectly described as Peat on the Honour Board), 20th Battalion, of Chatswood, NSW; 3291 Sergeant (Sgt) Jack Henry Worrad, 51st Battery, 13th Field Artillery Brigade (FAB), of Scone, NSW; 1589 L Sgt Thomas William Watson, 18th Battalion, of Warrnambool, Vic; 3586 Pte Alexander Thomas O'Donnell, 54th Battalion, of Kogarah, NSW; 4362 Pte William Richard Bloomfield, 20th Battalion, of Marrickville, NSW; 7244 Pte Abe Freedman, 13th Battalion, of Darlinghurst, NSW; 1578A Pte William Henry Pegrum, 53rd Battalion, of Paddington, NSW; 4241 L Cpl Victor James Starr, 54th Battalion, of Alexandria, NSW; 1612 L Cpl Edwin Joseph King, 34th Battalion, of Croydon, NSW; 2395 Pte William Joseph Doherty, 54th Battalion, of Sutherland, NSW; 2403 Pte John Gleaves, 19th Battalion, of Marrickville, NSW; 1799 Pte Robert Ednie Chapman, 17th Battalion, of Redfern, NSW (originally of Kirkcaldy, Scotland); 5380 Pte Leslie Ambrose Harvey, 60th Battalion, of Glebe, NSW; 3306 Pte Percy Harry Davis, 56th Battalion, of Darlinghurst, NSW; 4391 Private (Pte) William Arthur Clifton, 18th Battalion, of Redfern, NSW; 541 Pte George Adam Fletcher, 20th Battalion, of Oatley, NSW; 5914 L Cpl Herbert Austin West, 20th Battalion, of Leichhardt, NSW; 499 Pte James Frederick Buckland, 19th Battalion, of Kogarah, NSW; 6107 Pte Michael George Tight, 3rd Battalion, of Mascot, NSW; 32 L Cpl Harry Linklater, 18th Battalion, of Sydney NSW; 4444 Pte Percival Clyde Coles, 3rd Battalion, of Narrabeen, NSW (originally of Dunedin, New Zealand); 898 Cpl William Alexander Jackson, 19th Battalion, of Albury, NSW.