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1681
Plaque at Rookwood Cemetery in Sydney NSW which honours soldiers who died serving their country in Australia during WWII. Lt. Col. Walter Percy FARR, DSO was one of those who had seen service during WWI and volunteered during WWII. Lest We Forget.
Plaque at Rookwood Cemetery in Sydney NSW which honours soldiers who died serving their country in Australia during WWII. Lt. Col. Walter Percy FARR, DSO was one of those who had seen service during WWI and volunteered during WWII. Lest We Forget.
 
Rookwood Cemetery Located   
1682
Plaque at the Cavendish Cemetery, Cavendish VIC honoring the life and work Thomas Roy George McDONALD (1906-1992) and his wife Vera Emily (m.n. CRAFT, 1902-1997).
Plaque at the Cavendish Cemetery, Cavendish VIC honoring the life and work Thomas Roy George McDONALD (1906-1992) and his wife Vera Emily (m.n. CRAFT, 1902-1997).
This couple are buried at the Lawn Cemetery, Hamilton VIC. 
Cavendish Cemetery Located   
1683
Plaque commemorating the fact that Alexander HUIE (c. 1858-1878) is buried in an unmarked grave at the Inverleigh Cemetery VIC.
Plaque commemorating the fact that Alexander HUIE (c. 1858-1878) is buried in an unmarked grave at the Inverleigh Cemetery VIC.
 
Inverleigh Cemetery Located   
1684
Poelcapelle British Cemetery, Poelcapelle BEL. Burial place of No. 3070, Pte. John Stawell 'Jack' GEORGE (1890-1917), 39 Batt., Aust. Infantry, AIF. Killed in Action at Passchendaele, Belgium on 12 Oct 1917.
Poelcapelle British Cemetery, Poelcapelle BEL. Burial place of No. 3070, Pte. John Stawell 'Jack' GEORGE (1890-1917), 39 Batt., Aust. Infantry, AIF. Killed in Action at Passchendaele, Belgium on 12 Oct 1917.
 
Poelcapelle British Cemetery
A14, Row XXXII 
Located   
1685
Reninghelst New Military Cemetery, West Flanders, BEL.
Reninghelst New Military Cemetery, West Flanders, BEL.
The resting place of No. 2911, 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL, MM who died while on active service with the AIF during World War 1. 
Reninghelst New Military Cemetery    
1686
Rheinberg War Cemetery, Rheinberg, NRW, GER
Rheinberg War Cemetery, Rheinberg, NRW, GER
The burial place of No. R/103426, Flight Sergeant (pilot), Frank Richard WINDIBANK, 429 "Bison" Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force, who was killed in action near Monchengladbach, NRW, GER on 14 May 1943. Lest We Forget. 
Rheinberg War Cemetery Located   
1687
Sandhills (Devonshire Street) Cemetery, Sydney NSW
Sandhills (Devonshire Street) Cemetery, Sydney NSW
The burial place of Sgt. John James WESTWOOD (1808-1845) a member of the 99th. Regiment of Foot. 
Sandhills (Devonshire Street) Cemetery Located   
1688
Sandhills (Devonshire Street) Cemetery, Sydney NSW
Sandhills (Devonshire Street) Cemetery, Sydney NSW
Another earlier view of the burial place of Sgt. John James WESTWOOD (1808-1845) a member of the 99th. Regiment of Foot. Now the site of Central Station, Sydney NSW. 
Sandhills (Devonshire Street) Cemetery Located   
1689
Second headstone for Neil Thomas PESCUD (1917-1991).
Second headstone for Neil Thomas PESCUD (1917-1991).
 
Western Cemetery, Geelong Located   
1690
Soissons Memorial, Aisne, Picady, France
Soissons Memorial, Aisne, Picady, France
This panel briefly details the third battle of the Aisne and the second battle of the Marne in which all of those listed on this memorial were killed-in-action. Lest We Forget. 
Soissons Memorial Located   
1691
Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery, Burma (Myanmar). The burial place of L/Cpl. Milton Ward WALTER (1907-1943) a prisoner of war who died while in captivity.
Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery, Burma (Myanmar). The burial place of L/Cpl. Milton Ward WALTER (1907-1943) a prisoner of war who died while in captivity.
 
Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery Located   
1692
The Australian National Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux, PIC FRA.
The Australian National Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux, PIC FRA.
This outstanding monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of the 10,773 Australian soldiers who died while serving in France during WWI, who have no known grave. 
The Australian National Memorial Located   
1693
The burial place of Captain William Lisle Christie WHITE (1916-1944), 'C' Company, Regina Rifle Regiment, Royal Canadian Infantry Corps.
The burial place of Captain William Lisle Christie WHITE (1916-1944), 'C' Company, Regina Rifle Regiment, Royal Canadian Infantry Corps.
 
Beny-sur-Mer Canadian War Cemetery Located   
1694
The burial place of No. 4174, Private Henry Norman 'Harry' McGANN, 'D' Company, 22 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF. Died as a result of wounds sustained on active service on 11 Mar 1917. Lest We Forget.
The burial place of No. 4174, Private Henry Norman 'Harry' McGANN, 'D' Company, 22 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF. Died as a result of wounds sustained on active service on 11 Mar 1917. Lest We Forget.
 
√ątretat Churchyard Extension Located   
1695
The burial place of No. 680A, Private William James Joseph PIPER, MM,  (1898-1918), 21st. Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF. Lest We Forget.
The burial place of No. 680A, Private William James Joseph PIPER, MM, (1898-1918), 21st. Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF. Lest We Forget.
 
Daours Communal Cemetery Extension Located   
1696
The burial place of No. R.113195, Flight Sergeant (Air Gunner) Arthur Cephas WORDEN (1910-1943), RCAF, attached to 51 Squadron, RAF.
The burial place of No. R.113195, Flight Sergeant (Air Gunner) Arthur Cephas WORDEN (1910-1943), RCAF, attached to 51 Squadron, RAF.
 
Uden Military Cemetery Located   
1697
The Canadian National Vimy Memorial near Vimy, Pas-de-Calais, France. Without doubt the most beautiful monument on the Western Front.
The Canadian National Vimy Memorial near Vimy, Pas-de-Calais, France. Without doubt the most beautiful monument on the Western Front.
Dedicated to the memory of the Canadian Expeditionary Force members killed during WWI. It also serves as the place of commemoration of Canadian WWI soldiers who are presumed dead and have no known grave. Unfortunately, Charles BALL (1899-1917) was one of those soldiers. Lest We Forget. 
Canadian National Vimy Memorial Located   
1698
The central main grave marker for the graves of Governor Roger ALLIN (1848-1936) and his first wife Isabella (m.n. McKENZIE, 1844-1925).
The central main grave marker for the graves of Governor Roger ALLIN (1848-1936) and his first wife Isabella (m.n. McKENZIE, 1844-1925).
 
Park River Memorial Park Located   
1699
The grave marker of Alma NITSCHKE (m.n. HENSTRIDGE, 1906-1994) the wife of Clifford Walter NITSCHKE (1902-1980).
The grave marker of Alma NITSCHKE (m.n. HENSTRIDGE, 1906-1994) the wife of Clifford Walter NITSCHKE (1902-1980).
 
Lawn Cemetery, Horsham Located   
1700
The grave marker of Clarice Rita BRIMACOMBE (m.n. WALTER, 1908-1974) and her son Maxwell Thomas BRIMACOMBE (1935-1986).
The grave marker of Clarice Rita BRIMACOMBE (m.n. WALTER, 1908-1974) and her son Maxwell Thomas BRIMACOMBE (1935-1986).
 
Lawn Cemetery, Horsham Located   
1701
The grave marker of Clifford Walter NITSCHKE (1902-1980) husband of Alma (m.n. HENSTRIDGE, 1906-1994).
The grave marker of Clifford Walter NITSCHKE (1902-1980) husband of Alma (m.n. HENSTRIDGE, 1906-1994).
 
Lawn Cemetery, Horsham Located   
1702
The grave marker of Hilda NITSCHKE (m.n. WILSON, 1913-1966) the second wife of Melville Gustav NITSCHKE (1908-1995).
The grave marker of Hilda NITSCHKE (m.n. WILSON, 1913-1966) the second wife of Melville Gustav NITSCHKE (1908-1995).
 
Lawn Cemetery, Horsham Located   
1703
The grave marker of Melville Gustav NITSCHKE (1908-1995) the husband of Elizabeth Mary (m.n. CROSSLEY, 1908-1937) and Hilda (m.n. WILSON, 1913-1966).
The grave marker of Melville Gustav NITSCHKE (1908-1995) the husband of Elizabeth Mary (m.n. CROSSLEY, 1908-1937) and Hilda (m.n. WILSON, 1913-1966).
 
Lawn Cemetery, Horsham Located   
1704
The grave marker of Thomas Walter BRIMACOMBE (1900-1969) husband of Clarice Rita (m.n. WALTER, 1908-1974).
The grave marker of Thomas Walter BRIMACOMBE (1900-1969) husband of Clarice Rita (m.n. WALTER, 1908-1974).
 
Lawn Cemetery, Horsham Located   
1705
The grave marker of Violet Letitia SUMNER (1896-1986).
The grave marker of Violet Letitia SUMNER (1896-1986).
 
Kingston Cemetery Located   
1706
The headstone of Joseph McGINTY (1833-1908) and his first wife Alice Maria Selina (m.n. WESTWOOD, Abt. 1844-1883). Their eldest child Rose Mary SUMNER (m.n. McGINTY, 1861-91) is also buried in this plot.
The headstone of Joseph McGINTY (1833-1908) and his first wife Alice Maria Selina (m.n. WESTWOOD, Abt. 1844-1883). Their eldest child Rose Mary SUMNER (m.n. McGINTY, 1861-91) is also buried in this plot.
 
Melbourne General Cemetery Located   
1707
The headstone of Mary Helen WALTER (m.n. McCALLUM, 1871-1944) and her husband Ambrose Edward WALTER (1870-1948).
The headstone of Mary Helen WALTER (m.n. McCALLUM, 1871-1944) and her husband Ambrose Edward WALTER (1870-1948).
 
Noradjuha Cemetery Located   
1708
The headstone of No. 4174, Private, Henry Norman 'Harry' McGANN, 'D' Company, 22 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF.
The headstone of No. 4174, Private, Henry Norman 'Harry' McGANN, 'D' Company, 22 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF.
Died as a result of wounds sustained on active service. Lest We Forget. 
√ątretat Churchyard Extension Located   
1709
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The life and service of No. 6492, Pte. Walter Russell CHING (1896-1917), 23 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF is to be found here on Panel 23. Killed in action somewhere on the Ypres Salient on 8 Oct 1917. Lest We Forget.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The life and service of No. 6492, Pte. Walter Russell CHING (1896-1917), 23 Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF is to be found here on Panel 23. Killed in action somewhere on the Ypres Salient on 8 Oct 1917. Lest We Forget.
The view is to the West and the East tower of the beautiful Cloth Hall is visible through the gate. 
Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing Located   
1710
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Luke MONKIVITCH (1874-1917) is remembered here. Lest We Forget.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Luke MONKIVITCH (1874-1917) is remembered here. Lest We Forget.
The view is to the West and the East tower of the beautiful Cloth Hall is visible through the gate. 
Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing Located   
1711
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Albert Ernest TAYLOR is remembered here. Lest We Forget.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Albert Ernest TAYLOR is remembered here. Lest We Forget.
The view is to the West and the East tower of the beautiful Cloth Hall is visible through the gate. 
Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing Located   
1712
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Lorne William John ALLIN (1896-1917) is remembered on the walls of this outstanding monument. Lest We Forget.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium. This monument commemorates the service and sacrifice of 54,896 soldiers of the Britain and the Commonwealth (other than those from New Zealand and Newfoundland) who died in the Ypres Salient during WWI, who have no known grave. This outstanding monument was opened in 1927 by Field Marshall Herbert PLUMER, 1st. Viscount Plumer (1857-1932) who was one of the few British generals whose reputation was enhanced by his service during WWI. The sacrifice of Lorne William John ALLIN (1896-1917) is remembered on the walls of this outstanding monument. Lest We Forget.
The view is to the West and the East tower of the beautiful Cloth Hall is visible through the gate. 
Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing Located   
1713
The military service of No. 752, Trooper Angus Duncan TREWIN, G Squadron, 8th. Light Horse Regiment, AIF is commemorated amongst the missing in action listed on the Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli, Turkey.
The military service of No. 752, Trooper Angus Duncan TREWIN, G Squadron, 8th. Light Horse Regiment, AIF is commemorated amongst the missing in action listed on the Lone Pine Memorial, Gallipoli, Turkey.
 
Lone Pine Memorial Cemetery Located   
1714
The Soissons Memorial, Aisne, Picardy, France
The Soissons Memorial, Aisne, Picardy, France
Commemorates the service and sacrifice of 3,887 members of the British Forces who died during the third battle of the Aisne and the second battle of the Marne following the opening of the German Spring Offensive in 1918. Sadly, among those killed-in-action, was Frederick Thomas WESTAWAY (1896-1918). Lest We Forget. 
Soissons Memorial Located   
1715
The unmarked burial place of Maria WESTWOOD (Abt. 1839-1854) the eldest child of John James WESTWOOD (1808-1845) and his wife Mary (m.n. ROCHE, Abt. 1818-1892) is located just below the centre of this image.
The unmarked burial place of Maria WESTWOOD (Abt. 1839-1854) the eldest child of John James WESTWOOD (1808-1845) and his wife Mary (m.n. ROCHE, Abt. 1818-1892) is located just below the centre of this image.
 
Melbourne General Cemetery Located   
1716
The very impressive BRIMACOMBE monument at the Glenthompson Cemetery.
The very impressive BRIMACOMBE monument at the Glenthompson Cemetery.
 
Glenthompson Cemetery Located   
1717
The wall marker of Alexander Oxenham WALTER (1901-1980)
The wall marker of Alexander Oxenham WALTER (1901-1980)
 
Lawn Cemetery, Warrnambool Located   
1718
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
 
Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing Located   
1719
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
 
Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing Located   
1720
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
 
Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing Located   
1721
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
This dedication is located high up on an internal wall of the Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium.
 
Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing Located   
1722
Tobruk War Cemetery, Libya
Tobruk War Cemetery, Libya
The burial place of 2,282 Allied and Polish WWII casualties including William Scott PAUL (1916-1941). 
Tobruk War Cemetery Located   
1723
Unicorn Cemetery, Vend'huile PIC, the burial place of No: 220735, Cpl. Harold Burgoyne WALTER who served with the 8th. Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment during WWI.
Unicorn Cemetery, Vend'huile PIC, the burial place of No: 220735, Cpl. Harold Burgoyne WALTER who served with the 8th. Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment during WWI.
 
Unicorn Cemetery Located   
1724
Unmarked headstone of Norman Edgar WALTER (1885-1973) and his wife Nellie May (m.n. COATES, 1882-1953).
Unmarked headstone of Norman Edgar WALTER (1885-1973) and his wife Nellie May (m.n. COATES, 1882-1953).
 
Noradjuha Cemetery Located   
1725
Unmarked location of the graves of Charles SUMNER (Abt 1818-1905), his wife Elizabeth Margaret (m.n. SUTCLIFFE, Abt 1818-1867), their daughter Ellen Sophia SUMNER (1855-1932) and their niece Maud Elizabeth FULLER (1885-1969).
Unmarked location of the graves of Charles SUMNER (Abt 1818-1905), his wife Elizabeth Margaret (m.n. SUTCLIFFE, Abt 1818-1867), their daughter Ellen Sophia SUMNER (1855-1932) and their niece Maud Elizabeth FULLER (1885-1969).
 
Kingston Cemetery Located   
1726
VC Corner Cemetery, Fromelles, Nord FRA
VC Corner Cemetery, Fromelles, Nord FRA
The only Western Front War Cemetery set aside for Australian war dead only. There are no headstones in this place but all names and units are recorded on the monument at the rear. The service and sacrifice of No. 2957, Private Herbert James JEWELL, 7th. and 59th. Battalions, Australian Infantry, AIF is remembered in this place. Lest We Forget. 
VC Corner Cemetery Located   
1727
Villers Station Cemetery, Villers An Bois, Pas de Calais FRA
Villers Station Cemetery, Villers An Bois, Pas de Calais FRA
The burial place of Lieutenant Elton Culbert ALLIN, 44 Battalion, Canadian Infantry, CEF. Lest We Forget. 
Villers Station Cemetery Located   
1728
Villers Station Cemetery, Villers An Bois, Pas De Calais, FRA
Villers Station Cemetery, Villers An Bois, Pas De Calais, FRA
Headstone of Lieutenant Elton Culbert ALLIN, 44 Battalion, Canadian Infantry, CEF. Lest We Forget. 
Villers Station Cemetery Located   
1729
Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux PIC. The sacrifice of No. 1822, Spr. Stanley Willis GEORGE (1894-1916), 13 Field Company, Aust. Engineers, AIF is recorded on a panel here.
Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux PIC. The sacrifice of No. 1822, Spr. Stanley Willis GEORGE (1894-1916), 13 Field Company, Aust. Engineers, AIF is recorded on a panel here.
 
The Australian National Memorial Located   
1730
Wall marker for Alfred BALL (1886-1953).
Wall marker for Alfred BALL (1886-1953).
 
Springvale Botanical Cemetery Located   
1731
Wall marker for Betty May MOLE (m.n. ARNOLD, 1914-2013).
Wall marker for Betty May MOLE (m.n. ARNOLD, 1914-2013).
 
Springvale Botanical Cemetery Located   
1732
Wall marker for Edna Constance THORNE (m.n. CHARLTON, 1912-2007).
Wall marker for Edna Constance THORNE (m.n. CHARLTON, 1912-2007).
 
Sunbury Cemetery Located   
1733
Wall marker for Gladys Emmaline STEVENS (m.n. WALTER, 1901-1987).
Wall marker for Gladys Emmaline STEVENS (m.n. WALTER, 1901-1987).
 
New Cemetery Located   
1734
Wall marker for Harold STEVENS (1904-1968).
Wall marker for Harold STEVENS (1904-1968).
 
New Cemetery Located   
1735
Wall marker for Ida Merrell PACEY (m.n. WALTER, 1909-1988).
Wall marker for Ida Merrell PACEY (m.n. WALTER, 1909-1988).
 
Eastern Cemetery, Geelong Located   
1736
Wall marker for Leigh PACEY (1952-1984).
Wall marker for Leigh PACEY (1952-1984).
 
Eastern Cemetery, Geelong Located   
1737
Wall marker for Norman Harold MOLE (1910-1973).
Wall marker for Norman Harold MOLE (1910-1973).
 
Springvale Botanical Cemetery Located   
1738
Wall marker in memory of Alice Anna WALTER (1909-1964).
Wall marker in memory of Alice Anna WALTER (1909-1964).
 
Western Cemetery, Geelong Located   
1739
Wall marker in memory of Freda Mary MERRITT (m.n. WALTER, 1907-2000).
Wall marker in memory of Freda Mary MERRITT (m.n. WALTER, 1907-2000).
 
Western Cemetery, Geelong Located   
1740
Wall marker in memory of George Thomas MERRITT (1909-1996).
Wall marker in memory of George Thomas MERRITT (1909-1996).
 
Western Cemetery, Geelong Located   
1741
Wall marker in memory of Victor Allan Douglas WILLMOTT (1933-2010).
Wall marker in memory of Victor Allan Douglas WILLMOTT (1933-2010).
 
Western Cemetery, Geelong Located   
1742
Wall marker of Eric George HOOPER (1907-1980).
Wall marker of Eric George HOOPER (1907-1980).
 
Eastern Cemetery, Geelong Located   
1743
Wall marker remembering the service and sacrifice of No. 2957, Private Herbert James JEWELL (1891-1916), 7th. and 59th. Battalions, Australian Infantry, AIF. Lest We FORGET.
Wall marker remembering the service and sacrifice of No. 2957, Private Herbert James JEWELL (1891-1916), 7th. and 59th. Battalions, Australian Infantry, AIF. Lest We FORGET.
 
VC Corner Cemetery Located   
1744
Wall panel remembering the sacrifice of No. 654359, Pte., Lorne William John ALLIN (1896-1917), 58th. Battalion, Canadian Infantry, CEF who was killed in action during the second phase of the battle for Passchendaele, West Flanders, Belgium during WWI. Sadly, he has no known grave. Lest We Forget.
Wall panel remembering the sacrifice of No. 654359, Pte., Lorne William John ALLIN (1896-1917), 58th. Battalion, Canadian Infantry, CEF who was killed in action during the second phase of the battle for Passchendaele, West Flanders, Belgium during WWI. Sadly, he has no known grave. Lest We Forget.
 
Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing Located   
1745
Wall panel remembering the service and sacrifice of No. 30374, Private Frederick Thomas WESTAWAY, 2nd. Battalion, Devonshire Regiment, BEF. No known grave. Lest We Forget.
Wall panel remembering the service and sacrifice of No. 30374, Private Frederick Thomas WESTAWAY, 2nd. Battalion, Devonshire Regiment, BEF. No known grave. Lest We Forget.
 
Soissons Memorial Located   
1746
Wall panel which commemorates the sacrifice and service of members of the Royal New Zealand Naval Volunteer Reserve. Among those who died in service to New Zealand was No. A/1851, Able Seaman John Walter JOHNS (1921-1941) who died in the sinking of HMS Neptune off the Mediterranean coast of Libya during WWII.
Wall panel which commemorates the sacrifice and service of members of the Royal New Zealand Naval Volunteer Reserve. Among those who died in service to New Zealand was No. A/1851, Able Seaman John Walter JOHNS (1921-1941) who died in the sinking of HMS Neptune off the Mediterranean coast of Libya during WWII.
 
Royal New Zealand Naval Volunteer Memorial Located   
1747
Wall plaque in memory of Roy Alan WALTER (1897-1973).
Wall plaque in memory of Roy Alan WALTER (1897-1973).
 
Brighton General Cemetery Located   
1748
Wall plaque remembering Peter Glenn William DAVEY (1960-2001).
Wall plaque remembering Peter Glenn William DAVEY (1960-2001).
 
Maddingley Cemetery Located   

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