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15th. and 16th. intake Army Apprentices marching over the Princes Bridge in the City of Melbourne during Apprentices' Week 1962. Apprentice L/Cpl F.L. WALTER fourth from the front of the nearest rank.
60th. Wedding Anniversary 99th. Regiment of Foot Memorial at Anglesea Barracks, Hobart TAS A brief account of the nursing history of Matron Elizabeth (Lila) HUNTER (1877-1948). A brief obituary for Emma BROMELL (m.n. WALTER, 1828-1916). A closer image of the wall panel at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France where the sacrifice of No. 472904, Pte. Wesley HAGER (1888-1916), 46th. Battalion, Canadian Infantry, CEF is recorded. He died at Regina Trench, near Albert, France on 11 Nov 1916. Lest We Forget. A further report on the investigation into the murder of Rose Mary SUMNER (1861-1891). A later, more substantiated report on the murder of Rose Mary SUMNER (1861-1891). A newspaper report of an audit on misapplied funds in the Shire of Wimmera. Among the accused is Ambrose Willcock WALTER (1833-1915). A newspaper report on the ending of the inquest into the death of Rose Mary SUMNER (m.n. McGINTY, 1861-1891).
A newspaper report on the illness of Samuel John GUGGER (1897-1983) while on active service during WWI. A report from The Mercury, Hobart on the christening of Ursula Aileen STRICKLAND (1935-?) the second surviving daughter of John Leake STRICKLAND (1888-1956) and his wife Aileen Mavis (m.n. HOLYMAN, 1898-1984). A report from the The Mercury, Hobart of the wedding of John Leake STRICKLAND (1922-1997) and his first wife Pamela Ann Forbes STUART-SMITH.
A report titled 'Wurdi Boluc Hero' from the Geelong Advertiser of 15 Jan 1918, P4. This article details some of the heroic exploits of Pte. Luke MONKIVITCH (c. 1874-1917), 29th. Battalion, Australian Infantry, AIF, who was killed in action on 13 Oct 1917, as seen through the eyes of his mates in the trenches of the Western Front, during WWI. A second brief report of the inquest into the death of Rose Mary SUMNER (m.n. McGINTY, 1861-1891). A second view of the headstone of Joseph DEAN (c. 1889-1979); his wife Violet (m.n. RIEDY, 1890-1973); their son Frank DEAN (1911-1941) and their daughter Enid SHARP (m.n. DEAN, 1920-2009). A very stylish Ethel Rose (Jo) JULIAN (m.n. HERD, 1905-1979) possibly on Little Malop Street, Geelong VIC, pre - WWII). A wide view of the wall marker placed in memory of the sacrifice of Wesley HAGER (1888-1916) on the Canadian National Vimy Memorial, near Vimy, Pas-de-Calais, France. Lest We Forget. A wider view of the wall marker in memory of the sacrifice of Charles BALL (1899-1917). Lest We Forget. A/1851, Able Seaman John Walter JOHNS, Royal NZ Naval Reserve, who was killed on active service in the tragic sinking (by mines) of HMS Neptune off the Libyan coast.
Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension, PIC. Burial place of No. 7132 Pte. Albert Garrett RIBE (1876-1918) 16 Batt., Aust.Infantry, AIF. Died of disease while on active service during WWI. Agira Canadian War Cemetery, Sicily ITL. The burial place of M/35865, Pte. Leslie BRIMACOMBE (1918-1943). Albert Ernest WALTER (1860-1948) Albert William and Sarah Janet WALTER and family. Back row: William Howard WALTER (1895-1974), Sarah Janet WALTER (m.n. LAWSON, 1867-1945), Florrie Alberta WALTER (1890-1989) and Roy Alan WALTER (1897-1973). Front row: Olive Eileen WALTER (1903-1977), Albert William WALTER (1864-1940) and Cyril Ambrose WALTER (1906-?). Albert William WALTER (1864-1940) Alexander John BENNETT (1862-1934) and his grand-daughter Violet May BENNETT (1920-2009). Alexander John BENNETT (1922-1991) wearing Army summer dress duing WWII. Alfred Ernest WALTER (1860-1948) and Ellinor Arvonia (m.n. GRIFFITHS, abt. 1869-1957) and six of their seven children. Alfred Ernest WALTER (1860-1948) and Ellinor Arvonia (m.n. GRIFFITHS, abt. 1869-1957) on their wedding day, 22 Apr 1889. Alice Anna WALTER (1909-1964)
Alice Rose HERD (m.n. SUMNER, 1881-1954) and her fourth daughter Myra Olive 'Lil' HERD (1910-1992). Alice Rose HERD (m.n. SUMNER, 1881-1954) and her husband Frederick Forbes HERD (1872-1944) pictured at 'Wyuna', 105 High Street, Belmont VIC. Alice Rose HERD (m.n. SUMNER, 1881-1954) toward the end of her life. Alice Rose HERD (m.n. SUMNER, 1881-1954) wife of Frederick Forbes HERD (1872-1944). Alice Rose HERD (m.n. SUMNER, 1881-1954) wife of Frederick Forbes HERD (1872-1944). Alinda Jane WALTER (1861-1942) Ambrose Edward (Brose) WALTER (1870-1948) and his wife Mary Helen (m.n. McCALLUM, 1871-1944). Ambrose Edward WALTER (1870-1948) Ambrose Edward WALTER (1870-1948), his wife Mary Helen (m.n. McCALLUM, 1871-1944) and their surviving children Horace WALTER (1903-1988) and Gordon WALTER (1907-2007). Ambrose Willcock WALTER, JP (1833-1915)
Ambrose Willcock WALTER, JP (1833-1915). Ambrose Willcock WALTER, JP (1833-1915). Amy Sarah Fanny FILMER (1855-1895) An account of the funeral of Lt-Col. Walter Percy FARR, DSO (1889-1940) taken from the Sydney Morning Herald of 19 Nov 1940, p11. An account published in The Geelong Advertiser of 12 Sep 1917, P3 of Elizabeth (Lila) HUNTER's experience of an air raid while she was in London on a shopping trip. An obituary for Matron Elizabeth HUNTER (c. 1877-1948) which appeared in The Methodist, 8 Jan 1949, P2. Ann Nancy O'BRIEN (m.n. HERD, c. 1828-1899) the wife of Garrett O'BRIEN (c. 1823-1899). Married 16 Sep 1845 at St. Mary of the Angels' Church, Geelong VIC. Anne CRANAGE (1882-1912) Anne Lucille WALTER (1954-) Annie Caroline TREADWELL (1887-1979)
Annie COTTLE (?-?) Annie HERD (1856-1874) the second daughter of William HERD (Abt. 1820-1908) and his wife Margaret Calder (m.n. DRUMMOND, Abt. 1835-1911). Application for a Certificate of Naturalization made by Albert Adolphus Frederick RIBE (1844-1921) in late 1913. Army Apprentices' School, Balcombe VIC - Graduation Day for the 15th. intake, 1962 Army Apprentices' School, Balcombe VIC, 1961 Arthur Westwood SUMNER (aka HIDE, 1890-1974) with his wife Emma May (m.n. HEARD, 1893-1948) and their son Ian Arthur HIDE (1920-1997). Arthur Westwood SUMNER (aka HIDE, 1890-1974). Article extracted from the Devonian Year Book of 1933 about Mrs. Elizabeth JEFFREY (m.n. WALTER, known as 'Aunt' Jeffrey, 1831-1935) who had recently celebrated her 101st. birthday. Arvonia Gwen WALTER (Gwen, 1911-1947) the seventh and youngest child of Alfred Ernest WALTER (1860-1948) and his wife Ellinor Arvonia (m.n. GRIFFITHS, 1869-1957). Beatrice Margaret ASHTON (m.n. FRAIN, 1884-1962)
Beersheba War Cemetery in Palestine (now in Israel). The burial place of 13/368, Lieutenant William Henwood JOHNS (1891-1917), New Zealand Mounted Rifles, NZEF. Bertha Alinda WALTER (1874-1949) Bertha Alinda WALTER (1874-1949). Bradley Frederick WALTER (1974- ) Brenda Lorraine HERD (1917-2004) Brenda Lorraine HERD (1917-2004). Brenda Lorraine WALTER (m.n. HERD, 1917-2004) and her first born son Frederick Lionel WALTER (1943- ) at 'Gwyda Park', Paraparap VIC. Brenda Lorraine WALTER (m.n. HERD, 1917-2004) with her children Frederick Lionel (1943-), Kenneth Roland (1947-), Denis Clive (1955-) and Helen Rose (1948-). Photograph taken at Bellbrae VIC abt. 1955. Brenda Lorraine WALTER (m.n. HERD, 1917-2004) with her son Denis Clive (1955-) and daughter Helen Rose (1948-) and 'Snowball'. Brookwood Military Cemetery, Brookwood, Surrey, England. The burial place of No. B.76209, Cpl. Cecil Herbert FORDHAM (1916-1944) who died while on overseas service with the Royal Canadian Infantry Corps. during WWII.
Brookwood Military Cemetery, Brookwood, Surrey, England. The burial place of Pte. Clifford Gordon GRAHAM (1915-1940), who served with the Toronto Scottish Regiment (Machine Gun), Royal Canadian Infantry Corps during WWII. Brush Arbor Church Revival Meeting at Vian OK in 1925. Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux, Pas-de-Calais, FRA Calla Lilian CRANAGE (1908-2000). Camperdown Chronicle (VIC), Tuesday, 10 Dec 1940, P2. Obituary to Thomas Ernest WALTER (1866-1940). Canadian National Vimy Memorial Captain William Lisle Christie WHITE (1916-1944), 'C' Company, Regina Rifle Regiment, Royal Canadian Infantry Corps who was killed in action near Abbeye d'Ardenne, Saint-German-la-Blanche-Herbe, Normandy, FRA on 8 Jul 1944. Lest We Forget. Caroline WALTER (1841-1879) Casualty Form - Active Service detailing the health issues sustained by No. 2911, 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL, MM during his meritorious service with the AIF during World War 1. Cecil Reginald WALTER (1904-1962) and his brother Raymond Guy WALTER (1917-2000).
Cemetery Register details regarding the burial of 2nd. Cpl. James John TREADWELL, MM (1897-1917) at Reninghelst New Military Cemetery, West Flanders BEL. Central stone on the graves of William Burgoyne WALTER (1841-1911) and his wife Mary Grace (m.n. PASCOE, 1844-1925). Certificate from the AIF officially notifying the CLEMENTS family of the award of a Military Medal (MM) to Cpl. Harold Charles CLEMENTS (1893-1952). Certificate of Baptism of Freda Mary WALTER (1907-2000). Charles Albert WALTER (1881-1946) and his wife Flora (m.n. McINTOSH, Abt. 1883-1958). Charles James COTTLE (1871-1944) Charles WALTER (c. 1787-1859). Charlotte FRAIN (m.n. WALTER, 1847-1932) Clarice May HAMMOND (1908-1999) Clarice May HAMMOND (1908-1999) daughter of Joseph Northfield HAMMOND (Abt. 1881-1972) and Martha Jane (Mattie) BROWN (Abt. 1881-1952)
Clarice Rita WALTER (1908-1974) and her brother Claude WALTER (1912-1993). Clarice Rita WALTER (1908-1974). Claude WALTER (1912-1993) Claude WALTER (1912-1993) and his wife Norma Selina (m.n. HEARD, 1914-1992). Claude WALTER (1912-1993) with his wife Norma Selina (m.n. HEARD, 1914-1992) and Claude's first cousin Keith William CRANAGE (1913-). Claude WALTER (1912-1993). Claudia BLAIN (1996-) Close-up image of the wall panel at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial near Vimy, Pas-de-Calais, France recording the sacrifice of No. 231214, Pte. Charles BALL, 10th. Battalion (Alberta Regiment), Canadian Infantry, Canadian Expeditionary Force. He was killed in action in the vicinity of Vimy Ridge on 15 Aug 1917. Lest We Forget. Commonwealth War Graves Commemorative Certificate Commonwealth War Graves Commemorative Certificate in memory of Lieutenant Royland Allin WALTER, MC (1891-1918).

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