Postcard entitled "Our Queanbeyan Boys No. 4", bearing individual portraits of the following ...

Place Oceania: Australia, New South Wales, Queanbeyan
Accession Number P01061.004
Collection type Photograph
Object type Black & white - Film copy negative
Conflict First World War, 1914-1918

Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain

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Postcard entitled "Our Queanbeyan Boys No. 4", bearing individual portraits of the following soldiers from the Queanbeyan district who served in the First World War. From left to right, top row: 2817 Private (Pte) James Grady; 29344 Driver Hugh Norman Richardson; 2217 Pte William Benson Percy Penny (killed in action in France on 17 April 1918); Captain Albert Edward Yates (killed in action in France on 8 August 1918); 1400 Driver Reginald Edward Cartwright; 1326 Pte John Douglas Muir; 2984 Pte David William Grady. Second row: F Kelly; 4271 Patrick John Carney; J Reid; 7171 Ernest Roy Hush; 17568 Percival Joseph Pidgeon; 1616 Pte Charles Francis Burn (killed in action in Belgium on 19 October 1917); 5708 Sydney Thomas Hall. Third row: 10636 Driver Philip Sidney Pooley; 2515 Pte David Thomas Gregory; 2265 Corporal Ernest Henry Keating; 2898 Pte Reginald Earl Edmonds; M Mines (possibly 2450 Pte Joseph Mines, died of wounds in France on 21/8/18); 9419 Gunner William Patterson; 2898 Pte Ewan Gordon Bingley. Fourth row: 6390 Pte William John Whittaker; 1102 Pte Ernest Allen Charters; F Foster; 2192 Pte George William Reid; 686 Pte William Inglis (killed in action in France on 20 July 1916) 5351 Pte Thomas Harman Cooper (died of wounds in France 29 May 1917); 1884 Pte John William (Jack) Burn. Fifth row: G Kelly; P F Douglas; 2452 Pte Henry Herbert Nicholson; 2745 Pte Walter Thoms; 1418 Pte Joseph Edward Murphy; 2257 Pte John Webb (killed in action in France on 2 April 1917); 2982 Pte Peter Laurance Reid. Sixth (bottom) row: A Jackson; 5588 Sapper Roy Twynam Middlecoat; 4539 Pte George Fowlie (died of disease in the UK on 25 Feb 1917); J McGivern; 2902 Pte Archibald Robert Gillespie; H H Chandler; 13 Pte Malcolm Fox Badgery .