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CLARKE, Lieut. Raymond Arthur MC – 878 – 11th Battalion AIF

Ray CLARKE was born at Bunbury, W.A  on 18 July, 1889, being the sixth born in a family of ten […]

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COPE, Pte. Walter Vernon – 1241 – 32nd Battalion AIF

Walter Vernon COPE  was employed as a Clerk in Bunbury prior to his  enlistment  in the Great War on 24th […]

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CROWE, Pte. Charles William – 2640 – 48th Battalion AIF

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

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CULLEN ( CONNOR ), Pte. John – 754A – 24th Battalion AIF

CULLEN ( CONNOR ), Pte. John – 754A  – 24th Battalion. “Severely wounded on the Western Front in 1918 – […]

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CURLEWIS BROTHERS FROM BUNBURY & BROOKTON

The four (4 ) CURLEWIS Brothers from Bunbury and Brookton, WA were a unique set of Australian Brothers, who found […]

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DAVIS, Trooper. Rowland Dudley – 718 – 10th Light Horse Regiment

Rowland Dudley DAVIS  was working as a stockman from Bunbury WA, when he enlisted for service in the Great War, […]

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DELANEY, Trpr. Leslie Sylvester – 1380- 10th Light Horse Regiment

DELANEY,  Trooper Leslie Sylvester – 1380 – 10th Light Horse Brigade , then Imperial Camel Corps.     Trooper Leslie […]

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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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DENNING BROTHERS OF BUNBURY

Mrs. Maggie  Jane DENNING of Charles Street Bunbury, must have experienced a wide range of mixed emotions, when her three […]

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DODDS, Pte. James Atkinson – 6212 – 16th Battalion AIF

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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EARL, Roy MC & Bar – 889 – Capt. – 51st Battalion AIF

Roy Earl was 19 years of age and working as a Farmer on his parent’s poultry farm at Glen Iris, […]

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FAHEY, Major John DSO – Chaplain 3rd Class

Australia’s longest serving Chaplain in the First World War. The only Australian Chaplain to be awarded a combat medal for […]

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