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ALCORN, Charles Henry MM- 2858 – CSM (WO 11) – 48th BATTALION AIF

Charles ALCORN was born in the small Victorian Town of Trentham in October, 1889. He re-located to Collie, WA some […]

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CARSON Siblings From COLLIE WA

The CARSON siblings, William and Mary Catherine were born in Ireland in 1888 and 1889 respectively. Their widowed mother Eliza […]

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NORTH, Julian DCM – 931 – Sgt. 11th Battalion AIF

Julian NORTH was born in Bunbury, WA in 1890 and was working as a painter, prior to enlisting for service […]

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STEWART, James Miller – 8067- Pte. 1st Machine Gun Battalion

No. 867- Pte. STEWART,  James  Miller, 1st Machine Gun Battalion, was born in Auckland  New Zealand to Scottish parents in […]

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WILSON, Hugh Reid – 2697- Pte. 11th Battalion AIF

Pte. Hugh Reid WILSON was initially reported as Missing in Action in France on 25 July 1916. 14/12/1916– Following Certification […]

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WOOD, Ian John – 4011 – Pte. 11th Battalion AIF

Private Ian John WOOD was killed in action ,North of Noreuil France on 6 May 1917. 15 June 1917 -The […]

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McTAGGART BROTHERS OF GLEN MERVYN

The McTaggart Brothers displayed outstanding devotion to duty with their participation in the Great War of 1914-1918. The boys widowed […]

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DELAPORTE FAMILY FROM BUNBURY

The DELAPORTE Family from Bunbury were heavily impacted by loss of three ( 3 ) young lives in the Great […]

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VERNON BROTHERS OF COLLIE

The Vernon Brothers of Collie are another fine example of the contribution to the War effort made by Brothers from […]

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TWEEDIE BROTHERS OF BUNBURY

The Great War 1914 – 1918 attracted multiple sets of  brothers from the Bunbury – Wellington District of South West […]

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DODDS, James Atkinson

James Atkinson DODDS had attended Bunbury State School in his formative years, however his father’s occupation as a Stevedore and […]

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CROWE, Charles William

Charles William CROWE was employed as a Miner at Cardiff, Collie when he enlisted for service in the Great War […]

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