ANZACS IN MALTA

 

The Anzac Memorial in the Argotti Gardens, Floriana. The names of the Australian and New Zealand men who lost their lives are listed on the three circular steps at the base. The Memorial was inaugurated on 25th May 2013.

 

On the 25th April each year a Remembrance Service is held in Pieta Military Cemetery, attended by the President of Malta, and other dignitaries. It recognizes the part played by men from Australia and New Zealand in the ill-fated Gallipoli Campaign, during the First World War.

 

Turkey became a partner of Germany in the First World War which concerned the British since they posed a threat to Egypt and the vitally important Suez Canal. Russia was interested in expanding into the Balkans and having a sea passage into the Mediterranean, so was an ally of the British.

 

It was decided to draw up a plan for a landing on the Gallipoli Peninsular not only to counter the threat from Turkey but also, to relieve the pressure on the British and French Armies fighting on the Western Front.

 

It was in the early hours of 25th April 1915 that the troops left the large ships of the Royal Navy and were disembarked into small boats for the actual landings. However, during the previous few weeks the Turkish Army has increased the number of men in the area and improved their defensive positions.

 

Nevertheless the landings went ahead but faced with a determined enemy and insufficient manpower to force a breakthrough after a few months of fighting the Allies decided to withdraw. Eight months after the landings the last men were evacuated on 9th January 1916.

 

The numbers of Australian casualties in this military defeat are estimated as around 8,700 dead with around 19,450 wounded, and the New Zealand figures around 2,700 dead and around 4,800 wounded.

 

Sick and wounded men were taken to Malta. Also on this website is a file 'Eyewitness – 1915' which gives a first hand account of the important part Malta played in providing hospitals for the wounded and an insight into everyday life.

 

Close to St. Andrews Barracks and Hospital a building was erected in November 1915 by the Australian Branch of the British Red Cross Society for the benefit of soldiers of the Empire, and suitable called the Australia Hall.

 

The newly opened Australia Hall  

It was officially opened on Saturday evening 22nd January 1916 by the Governor, Lord Methuen, in front of an audience of more than 1,600 people. As many Australians and New Zealanders as possible were taken to the venue, together with doctors and nurses from the neighbouring hospitals and convalescent camps. The hall was packed and many had to stand outside the building and listen to the speeches.

 

From then onwards the building was in constant use for entertainments of all kinds until the withdrawal of the British troops in 1979. The building was closed but in December 1998 it was severely damaged by fire, and reduced to a derelict roofless shell.

 

As seen in May 2010

 

As seen in May 2010

As seen in May 2010

As seen in May 2010

 

From World War I there are 204 War Graves of Australian men and 72 War Graves of New Zealanders on the island of Malta looked after by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

 

 

Hugh ADAIR, 11/959, Trooper, Wellington Mounted Rifles, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died 3rd October 1915, of enteric fever, aged 21 years. The son of Hugh and Mary Adair of Spring Hill, Bangor, Co. Down, Ireland. Erected by his aunt, sister and brothers. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Edward ADDY, Lieutenant, 9th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died 18th August 1915, from sickness, aged 43 years. The son of Edward and Mary Ann Addy, and husband of Annie L. Addy, of 72 Magdalen Street, Colchester. He was born Catfield, Norfolk. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William Andrew ALEXANDER, 10/205, Private, Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died 23rd August 1915, from his wounds, aged 24 years, the son of David and Martha Alexander, of West Gore, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Gerald H. ALLSEBROOK, 1395, Private, 1st Clearing Hospital, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died from his wounds on 20th June 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

George William ALWAY, 1116, Private, 23rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 14th November 1915, aged 41 years. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

F. ANDERSON, 2101, Private, Australian Imperial Forces, in Ghain Tuffieha Camp in October 1915

 

William Watt ANDERSON, 153, Private, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery on 30th October 1915, aged 20 years. The son of R.J. and Helen Anderson, of Dundee. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

George Alfred ARCHIBALD, 558, Private, 28th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 3rd October 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Robert Vernon ARMSTRONG, 7/1328, Trooper, Canterbury Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of enteric fever on 12th December 1915, aged 24 years. The son of George and Mary Jane Armstrong, of Balguerie Street, Akaroa, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Ronald ARNOLD, 6/883, Private, Canterbury Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died 18th September 1915 from sickness, aged 32 years. The husband of Florence Emily Arnold, of 18 Beaconsfield Street, Bedford, Bedfordshire. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

S.C. BAKER, 1127, Private, 'D' Company, 23rd Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in St. Andrew's Hospital in October 1915

 

Patrick Bernard BARNETT (served as BENNETT) 1724, Private, Bugler, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died 27th September 1915 from his wounds received in action, aged 18 years 10 months. The son of Charles Bernard and Kathleen Josephine Barnett, of 87 Addison Road, Hove, Sussex. Born in London. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Alexander BARRIE, 1117, Private, 28th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 10th October 1915, aged 22 years. The son of John and Margaret Barrie, of 8 York Terrace, Shettleston, Glasgow. Born in Parkhead, Glasgow. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Kenneth H. BAYLISS, 17th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in Imtarfa Hospital in October 1915

 

Thomas Andrew BEAUDOIN, 558, Private, 14th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died 4th June 1915. Buried in Imtarfa Military Cemetery

 

Maxwell Keith BEAVER, 371, Private, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 9th June 1915. The son of Edward William and Honorah Beaver. Born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

James BENNETT, Private, 15th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in St. Andrew’s Hospital in July 1915

 

Andrew John BERRY, 487, Corporal, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 11th September 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Archibald Campbell and Mary Jane Berry, of ‘Loch Lomond’, Saratoga, New South Wales, Australia. Born at Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Albert Edward BESWICK, 3/834, Lance Corporal, Field Ambulance, New Zealand Medical Corps, died on 26th October 1915, aged 21 years, the son of William and Annie Beswick, of 37 Linton Street, Palmerston North, Wellington, New Zealand. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

William John BIRDSALL, 13/232, Trooper, Auckland Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of his wounds on 22nd June 1915, aged 20 years. The son of John Bowden and Isabel Birdsall, of Whangateau, Rodney, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William BLACK, 10/280, Private, Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died of enteric fever on 2nd October 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Black, of Spring Creek, Marton, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Harold Ernest R. BLACKWELL, 186, Private, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 23rd October 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Ernest Valentine and Janet Mary Blackwell, of ‘Alberta’, Archer Street, Chatswood, New South Wales, Australia. Born at Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Arthur BLAIN, 541, Trooper, 13th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds on 11th December 1915, aged 23 years. The son of John and Georgina Blain, of the Post Office, Kolora, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

C. BLUNTISH, 1712, Lance Corporal, 'B' Company, 5th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in Ghain Tuffieha Camp in October 1915

 

H. BOAG, 1662, Private, 18th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in St. Elmo Hospital in October 1915

 

William BOYLE, 11/740, Trooper, Wellington Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died on 4th August 1915. The brother of Eugene Boyle, of 3 Edward Lane, Darlington, Sydney, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Roy Percival BRADFORD, 2340, Private, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 24th October 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Felix John BRADY, 1781, Private, 18th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 13th September 1915. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Gordon BREWER, 558, Private, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 22nd August 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Harry and Jean Brewer, of Bulls Creek Road, Lower Mitcham, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frederick William BRIDLE, 6/2395, Private, Canterbury Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of sickness on 9th September 1915, aged 25 years. The son of Sidney William and the late Emily Bridle, of Croydon, Surrey. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Thomas Walter BRIGGS, 1913, Private, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 12th August 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Thomas and the late Annie Briggs. Born in Surrey. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Michael Edward BRISLANE, 7/533, Trooper, Canterbury Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of his wounds on 20th August 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Mrs. E. Wilson, of Mount Buckley, Greymouth, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Charley BROMLEY, Corporal, 'A' Company, 7th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in All Saints Camp in October 1915

 

John Martin BROWN, 2/1424A, Private, Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died of sickness on 28th August 1915. The son of the late Jessie Brown, of Scandia Street, Palmerston North, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Jack McCulloch BRUCE, 797, Private, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 29th July 1915, aged 22 years. The son of John Fraser and Annie Eva Bruce. Born at Terowie, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John Joseph BRYANT, 11/862, Trooper, Wellington Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died on 3rd December 1915, aged 24 years, the son of Joseph and Eliza A. Bryant, of Kenmure Road, Mornington, Dunedin, New Zealand. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Charles Alfred BUIST, 1632, Private, Convalescent Depot, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of dysentery on 28th September 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Charles Alfred and Fanny E. Buist, of Bay View, Pittwater, Sydney, Australia. Born at Petersham, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Henry BULTZ, (served as LOWTHER), 2501, Private, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died on 21st August 1915 aged 27 years. The son of Henry Frederic and Loveday Jane Evans Bultz, of 8 Town Hall Terrace, Paignton, Devon. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Horace BUNN, 12/1572, Private, Auckland Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died of sickness on 25th September 1915, aged 35 years. The son of Robert and Rachel Bunn, of London. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William John BURNES, 497, Private, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 21st September 1915. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Walter Reginald BURROWS, 2118, Private, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 22nd August 1915, aged 18 years. The son of Arthur and Myra Burrows, of St. Kilda, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John BUTCHER, 142, Corporal, 11th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever on 5th September 1915, aged 30 years. The son of Thomas and Elizabeth Butcher, of 14 Rushton Street, Victoria Park, Western Australia. Born at Waterloo, Liverpool. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frank Bayliss CADDY, 1668, Private, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. He was wounded at Suvla Bay on 10th August and died in Malta from his wounds on the 20th August 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Thomas C. Caddy, of 7 Westbury Street, St. Peters, South Australia. Born in Adelaide, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Arthur Edward CALDWELL, 1728, Private, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 26th July 1915, aged 25 years, the son of Thomas and Agnes Caldwell. Born at Young, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

John Stewart CAMERON, 13/567, Trooper, Auckland Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died of his wounds on 17th August 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

T.W. CAMERON, Sergeant, 9th Australian Infantry in Ghain Tuffieha Camp in October 1915

 

William Roland CAMMOCK, 10/1060, Lance Corporal, Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died on 16th August 1915 from his wounds received at Gallipoli. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cammock, of Kiretaki, Dannevirke, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Angus Donald MacKenzie CAMPBELL, 95, 12th Battalion Australian Infantry, died on 28th July 1915 from his wounds, aged 22 years. The son of Donald and Elizabeth Campbell, of Boobyalla, Tasmania. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

J.M. CAMPBELL, Private, 3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance, Australian Imperial Forces, in Ghain Tuffieha Camp in October 1915

 

L.A. CARDER, Private, 7th Reinforcements, 11th Battalion, 3rd Infantry Brigade, Australian Imperial Forces, in Ghain Tuffieha Camp in October 1915oHoHH

 

 

Sergeant A.G. CAREY, 7th Battalion, Australian Engineers, in St. Andrews Hospital in July 1915 seeking information about his cousin Sapper A. O’BRIEN, No.3 Section, 1st Field Company, Australian Engineers

 

John CARLE 415, , Private, 1st Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 28th August 1915 from his wounds, aged 24 years. The son of Andrew and Ellen Carle, of 121 Buckland Street, Alexandria, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Adair CARR-BOYD, 1725, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever on 30th July 1915, aged 29 years. The son of John Adair Carr-Boyd and Rose Anna Carr-Boyd, of Argyle Cottage, Belgravia, Inverell, New South Wales, Australia. Born at Glen Innes, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Edward Moore CARTER, 344, Sapper, 1st Field Company, Australian Engineers. Died on 23rd July 1915 from his wounds at the Dardanelles, aged 23 years. The son of Herbert James and Antoinette Charlotte Carter. Born at Neutral Bay, New South Wales. Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

W.L. CASSIDY, Private, 18th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in St. David's Hospital in October 1915

 

Henry CHADBAN, 2129, Private, 13th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 13th August 1915 from his wounds. The son of Henry and Mary Jane Chadban. Born in Stroud, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Albert George CHENERY, 582, Private, 22nd Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 24th October 1915 from his wounds, aged 20 years. The son of Henry Frederick and Ellen Chenery, of Langley, Norfolk. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Jacob CHRISTENSEN, 847, Private, 24th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 18th September 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Jorgen CHRISTENSEN, 1480, Private, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died of sickness on 15th September 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

M.R. CLARK, Trooper, 'D' Company, 7th Battalion, Australian Light Horse in Imtarfa Hospital in October 1915

 

Joseph CLEMENTS, 496, Corporal, 6th Australian Light Horse. Died from his wounds on 13th September 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frank COLLETT, 1519, Private, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 20th December 1915 of his wounds, aged 24 years. The son of Elizabeth Gibbs, formerly Collett and the late Percy Collett, of Burwood, New South Wales, Australia. Born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Stan J. COLLINS, Private, 'D' Company, 19th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in St. George's Hospital in October 1915

 

Edmund CONNOR, 403, Private, 28th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 7th November 1915. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Alfred Edward COOK, Major, 9th Australian Light Horse, died on 4th July 1915 from his wounds, aged 45 years. The son of Alfred Peter and Rosina Maria Cook, and husband of Mary Frances Cook, of Military Road, Largs Bay, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frederick Albert COOK, 2282A, Lance Corporal, 6th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 12th August 1915 of his wounds, aged 24 years. The son of Frederick Albert and Ellen Cook, of 108 Hodgkinson Street, Clifton Hill, Victoria, Australia. Born in Melbourne, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

B. CORAM, Sapper, was in hospital in Malta but returned to Australia with a wounded arm in 1915

 

James COWIE, 1023, , Private, 6th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 23rd June 1915 of sickness. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Robert CRAIG, 9/262, Lance Sergeant, Otago M.R., New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died of enteric fever on 22nd August 1915, aged 24 years. The son of John and Isabella Craig, of The Bush, Caroline, Invercargill, New Zealand. Born in Dipton, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

R.W. CRANE, 154, Lance Corporal, 5th Australian Light Horse, in Ghain Tuffieha Camp in October 1915

 

Charles CRAPPER, 969, Sergeant, 14th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery on 27th September 1915, aged 46 years. The son of the late John and Elizabeth Crapper. Born in Tandara, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Lancelot Norman CROSS, 1759, Private, 21st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 17th December 1915, aged 25 years. The son of John and Mary Cross, of Natimuk, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Arthur CROWTHER, 732, Private, 22nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 2nd November 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Daniel Charles and Kathrine Lovell Crowther, of 56 Eastern Road, Wylde Green, Sutton Coldfield. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Harold CROWTHER, 327, Private, 8th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 28th August 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Peter George CRUSE, 280, Trooper, 3rd Australian Light Horse, died on 15th August 1915, aged 20 years, the son of Peter F. and Sarah A. Cruse, of Gymbowen, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Robert CUBBIN, 1017, Lance Corporal, 9th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 13th August 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Charles and Ann Cubbin. Born in Liverpool. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John James CURTIS, 527, Sergeant,11th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 16th October 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Clarence DAVIDSON, 226, Corporal, 3rd Australian Light Horse, died on 26th June 1915 of his wounds, aged 22 years. The son of Richard and Sarah Ann Davidson, of Wandearah, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Alexander DAVIE, 23, Private, 21st Battalion Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 17th October 1915, aged 30 years. The son of Robert McKinley and Jane Sophia Davie, of 146 McPherson Street, Carlton North, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

James McKinley DAVIE, 95, Private, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds in the Military Hospital, Valletta, on 16th May 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Robert McKinley and Jane Sophia Davie, of 146 McPherson Street, Carlton North, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

W.L. DAWES, 293, Corporal, 12th Australian Light Horse in a Malta hospital in October 1915

 

Thomas Leslie DEBNAM, 1340, Private, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 29th July 1915, aged 26 years, the son of Thomas and Margaret Debnam, of Milkman’s Creek, Young, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Charles Patrick DEERY, 1533, Private, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 16th August 1915. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Thomas Hillier DENNISTON, 3/195, Sergeant, Field Ambulance, New Zealand Medical Corps. Died of enteric fever on 28th July 1915, aged 23 years. He was born on 19th January 1892, in Dunedin, New Zealand, the son of G. and E.B. Denniston, of Bond Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Arthur Albert DOUGLAS, 3145, Private, 6th Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of his wounds on 25th December 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Arthur and Catherine Ursula Douglas, of Warburton Road, Seville, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

G.S. DOWN, Staff Sergeant, 2nd Australian Divisional Headquarters in St. Elmo Hospital in October 1915

 

Albert DOWNES, 16/508, Private, New Zealand (Maori) Contingent. Died of enteric fever on 9th September 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Downes, of Kohukohu, Hokianga, Auckland, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

J. DUFFY, Private, 1st Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces in Manoel Hospital in February 1916

 

James Joseph DWYER, 8017, Stoker Petty Officer, HMAS Brisbane, Royal Australian Navy, aged 46 years, the son of Patrick and Bridget Dwyer. The husband of Mary Kate Dwyer, of Upper Rosses Point, Sligo, Ireland. Died of sickness on 7th May 1917. Buried in Kalkara Naval Cemetery

 

Thomas S. EASTERBROOK, Stoker, HMAS Brisbane, Royal Australian Navy. Died on 24th February 1917. Buried in Kalkara Naval Cemetery

 

T.C. EDWARDS, 300, Trooper, 12th Australian Light Horse, Australian Imperial Forces, in St. Patrick's Hospital in October 1915

 

W.J. EDWARDS, 10/114, Private, 'D' Company, Ruahine, Wellington Battalion, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, in Ghain Tuffieha Convalescent Camp in October 1915

 

Cecil Douglas ELLIS, 1121, Private, 11th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 15th May 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Victor ELLIS, 367, Private, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery on 11th September 1915. The son of William Charles and Anna Ellis, of 6 Clara Street, South Yarra, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Francis Gilbert EVANS, 63, Private, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 31st May 1915, aged 21 years. The son of John and Jane Evans, of Rankine Road, Torrensville, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Victor Arthur EVANS, 1918, Private, 27th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 30th October 1915. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Stewart Charles EVERETT, 7/194, Sergeant, Canterbury Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Especitionary Force, died on 31st July 1915 from enteric fever, aged 22 years. The son of Horatio and Elizabeth Jane Everett, of Umukuri, Nelson, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Cecil Sydney FAIRS, 13/327, Trooper, Auckland Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died on 5th October 1915 of sickness. The son of Mrs. A. Fairs, of 17 St. Albans Avenue, Dominion Road, Auckland, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

George Victor Wakefield FALDER, 2/873, Gunner, 2nd Battery, New Zealand Field Artillery. Died of enteric fever on 27th July 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. G.  Falder, of 14 Percival Street, Wellington, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

L. FEATHERSTONE, 187, Private, 20th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in St. Patrick's Hospital in October 1915

 

T. FITZGERALD, New Zealand Rifles, in Ghain Tuffieha Camp in November 1915

 

George Ray FLEMING, 720, Private,3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds in the Military Hospital, Valletta, on Friday 28th May 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Catherine Jane and the late John Henry Fleming, of Central McDonald, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Henry George FOOKES, 225, Private, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery on 10th October 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frederick Holden FOSTER, 192, Private, 24th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 9th October 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Angus Holden and Jessie Foster, of The Cedars, Merbein, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William FOSTER, 9/698, Trooper, Otago Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died on 16th November 1915 of enteric fever, aged 27 years. The son of Christina and the late Edward Foster, of Lowburn Ferry, Cromwell, Central Otago, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Joseph Harold FOWLER, 4784, Private, 56th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 27th June 1916, aged 32 years. The son of Joseph and Clara Fowler, of Chenhall Street, Woonona, Queensland, Australia. Born in Five Ways, Staffordshire. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Hugh FOX, 1201, Private, 20th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 26th September 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Gilbert Bryan FRANCIS, 10/2138, Private, Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died on 13th November 1915 of enteric fever, aged 28 years. The son of the Reverend David Francis, of Llandygwydd Vicarage, Cardiganshire. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Geoffrey Earle FRASER, 11/254, Trooper, Wellington Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died on 20th September 1915 from his wounds received at Gallipoli, aged 26 years. The son of Charlton S. and Minnie Fraser, of Timaru, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John Robert FRASER, 1324/A, Private, 15th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 10th June 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Alexander and Annie Fraser, of Gipp Street, Wollongong, New South Wales. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Robert McKinley FRAZER, 9/820, Trooper, Otago Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of enteric fever on 4th September 1915, aged 24 years. The son of John and Jane Frazer, of Stirling, Otago, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Percy Thompson FRICKER, 1223, Lance Corporal, 22nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia on 16th November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of William Henry and Emma Fricker, of Wendouree, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

James GALL, 779, Trooper, 1st Australian Light Horse. Died of sickness on 31st July 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Robert and Harriet Gall. Born in Sarsfield, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Norman Douglas GARDEN, 763, Lance Corporal, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever on 23rd October 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Henry and Blanche E. Garden, of Berkeley Street, Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Clarence E. GARDINER, 1228, Private, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 11th September 1915, aged 21 years. The son of William and Edith Gardiner, of Weldborough, Tasmania. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

T. GEE, 4/734, Driver, New Zealand Engineers, in Tigne Hospital in October 1915

 

Cornelius GEILVOET, 640, Trooper, 1st Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds in the Military Hospital, Valletta, on 24th May 1915, aged 26 years. The son of William and Katherine Geilvoet. Born in Dignams Creek, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Robin Hubert GHEST, 1100, Private, 13th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery on 10th September 1915. The son of Susie Caroline and Robert Chevin Ghest. Born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Aubrey William GIFFORD, 2229, Private, 6th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever on 11th August 1915, aged 18 years. The son of Ellen Maud and Maurice Winton Gifford, of 16 Limes Road, Folkestone. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frank GILLESPIE, 8/2339, Private, Otago Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died on 1st August 1915, the son of Mr. and Mrs. G.F. Gillespie, of Green Island, Ohapu, Dunedin, New Zealand. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Private GINNIBERT, Auckland Infantry Battalion, in St. George’s Hospital in July 1915

 

L.L. GLUTH, Corporal, 5th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in Valletta Hospital in October 1915

 

Edward GOLDEN, Private, 6th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in Floriana Hospital in October 1915

 

A.R. GOOD, 140, Private, 3rd Regiment, Australian Light Horse, in St. Elmo Hospital in October 1915

 

Harry GOODYEAR, 10th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in a Malta hospital but left for England on 13th September 1915

 

S.F. GREEVES, 6th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in St. George’s Hospital in July 1915

 

William GREEN, 1672, Private, 11th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery on 7th August 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Hans Victor GRIPP, 11/492, Trooper, Wellington Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died on 28th August 1915 of his wounds received at Gallipoli. The son of Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Gripp, of Raetihi, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

L. GWITHER, 1891, Bombardier, 2nd Brigade, Ammunition Column, Field Artillery, Australian Imperial Forces, in Tigne Hospital in November 1915

 

Stanley HALL, 7/498, Trooper, Canterbury Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died on 11th September 1915, of paralysis following wounds he received at Gallipoli. The son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hall, of 97 Hill Street, Wellington, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Thomas Verran HAMMOND, 406, Private, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 24th July 1915, aged 22 years. The son of William Charles and Mary Ellen Hammond, of Wentworth Street, Granville, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

E. HANSEN, 117, Sergeant, 1st Australian Light Horse, in Floriana Hospital in October 1915

 

Arthur Percival HARBECK, 566, Private, 6th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces. The son of Fanny Miriam Harbeck and the late Peter Harbeck, Lakes Entrance, Victoria, Australia. Died on 22nd May 1915. Buried in Pembroke Military Cemetery

 

Alfred HARDING, 2124, Private, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever on 21st July 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

James HARDY, 6/1081, Private, Canterbury Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of pneumonia, on 13th January 1916, aged 28 years. The son of the late M. Hardy and Mrs. E.J. Smith (formerly Hardy), of Latrobe, Tasmania. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John William HARKER, 12/1653, Private, 1st Battalion, Auckland Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of enteric fever on 19th August 1915, aged 25 years. The son of the late George and Charlotte Harker. Born in Hokitka, Westland, Greymouth, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Edwin Frank HARMER, 299, Private, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 30th June 1915, aged 32 years. Born in Essex, the son of John Thomas and Maria Lydia Harmer. The husband of Jessie Priscilla Harmer, of Tarwin Lower, South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Roland H. HARPER, 297, Private, 15th Battalion, Australian Infantry, in Ghain Tuffieha Convalescent Camp in October 1915

 

C. HARRIS, 1963, Private, 5th Reinforcements, 1st Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in St. George's Hospital in October 1915

 

Thomas Charles HART, 206, Trooper, 10th Australian Light Horse, died on 25th September 1915. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Walter Lindsay HEBBARD, 143, Private, 23rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 13th December 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Francis and Louisa D. Hebbard, of Mooroopna, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Ernest Alfred HENDLE, 2/1792, Gunner, New Zealand Field Artillery. Died of enteric fever on 18th September 1915, aged 26 years. The son of William James and Eliza Agnes Hendle, of 2 Pickering Terrace, Kaiwarra, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William George HENLEY, 1766, Private, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever on 27th August 1915, aged 19 years. The son of George Henley and Fanny Brown (formerly Henley), of Eileen, Drummond Street, Belmore, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John HENNESSY, 277, Sergeant, 9th Australian Light Horse, died on 23rd July 1915, aged 19 years, the son of John and Margaret A. Hennessy, of 58 Arthur Street, Unley, South Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

John Francis HEYWOOD, 1020, Private, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds in the Military Hospital, Valletta, on Sunday 9th May 1915, aged 22 years. The son of John and Ellen Heywood, of Evergreen, Yarragon, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Hector Richard HICKS, 21788, Private, 8th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 20th August 1915, aged 18 years The son of Thomas Henry and Ellen Hicks, born in Carag Carag, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Gordon HICKSON, 1659, Private, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 30th August 1915, aged 23 years. The son of the late Walter Hickson and Caroline Hickson, of John Street, Horsham, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John Wilfred Jacob HINDHAUGH, 1906, Private, 24th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia on 30th October 1915, aged 23 years. The son of William and Jane Hindhaugh, of Reedsdale, St. Helens, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Benjamin Thomas HODGE, 1006, Lance Corporal, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 16th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of the late John Hodge and Emma Hodge, of Holcombe, Church Street, Burwood, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

P. HOLLOWAY, Trooper, 4th Australian Light Horse, in Ghain Tuffieha Camp in October 1915 seeking information about his brother Private R. HOLLOWAY

 

A.E. HOLMES, Signaller, 12th Australian Light Horse, in Imtarfa Hospital in October 1915

 

Stan R. HOLMES, 6/2169, Private, 1st Canterbury Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, in a Malta hospital in October 1915, seeking information about Ralph GALE, New Zealand Engineers and 6/1905 Private G. McCANN, 1st Canterbury Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force

 

Arthur Ernest HOLT, 306, Trooper, 3rd Australian Light Horse. Died of sickness on 27th September 1915, aged 20 years. The son of James and Emily Brooks Holt. He was born in Adelaide, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Joseph HONAN, Private, 1st Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in Pembroke Camp in July 1915 seeking information about his brother Private James HONAN, ‘D’ Company, 4th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces

 

W.T. HOOPER, Private, 10th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in Cottonera Hospital in October 1915

 

John HOURSTON, 9/710, Trooper, Otago Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of dysentery on 30th August 1915, aged 31 years. The son of William and Caroline Henrietta Hourston, of Awaka, Otago, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Charles Leslie HOWARD, 584, Private, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia on 12th May 1915. The son of Eliza Jane and William Winter Howard. He was born in Smythesdale, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frank HUGHES, 118, Private, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 3rd August 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frederick HUGHES, 1101, Sapper, 2nd Div. Signal Company, Australian Engineers, died on 17th November 1915, aged 27 years, the son of Charles and Mary Hughes, of 372 Park Street, South Melbourne, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

John HUGHES, 1545, Private, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died on 14th August 1915 from his wounds. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

James HULME, 10/1263, Private, Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of sickness on 22nd August 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Stephen William HUNT, 874, Trooper, 5th Australian Light Horse. Died of sickness on 18th July 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William James INGRAM, 907, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 13th August 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Victor Robert JONDAHL, 331, Private, 21st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever on 2nd November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Erik and Annie Mary Jondahl, of The Post Office, Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Kenneth Crossley JONES, 806, Private, 3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of enteric fever on 30th October 1915, aged 23 years. The son of George and Edith Lucy Jones, of Carnbrae, Brinsley Road, East Camberwell, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Marshall Vivian Henry JURY, 169, Trooper, 2nd Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds on 25th August 1915, aged 29 years. The son of Francis and E.J. Jury, of Yeronga, Queensland, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Walter Herbert KEITH-MURRAY, 6/1593, Private, Canterbury Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died on 27th June 1915 from his wounds received at Gallipoli, aged 26 years. The son of Mrs. M.G.I. Keith-Murray, of 98 Queen’s Road, Richmond, Surrey, and the late Mr. A.L. Keith-Murray. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Albert KELLY, 5176, Staff Sergeant, 12th Company, Australian Army Service Corps, died on 22nd November 1915, aged 19 years, the son of William F. and Louisa Kelly, of Herald Office, Melbourne, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Alfred KELLY, 1647, Private, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 6th July 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John Charles KENNA, 254, Private 18th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 3rd September 1915, aged 26 years. The son of John and Rebecca R. Kenna, of Coonabarabran, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Herbert KENT, 1770, Private, 14th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia on 31st July 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Theodore Charles KLEEBERGER, 450, Private, 6th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 18th August 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William Joseph LABRUM, 2/1601, Gunner, New Zealand Field Artillery, died on 2nd December 1915, the son of Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Labrum, of Huntly, New Zealand. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Arthur Ainsworth LACEY, 915, Private, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds in the Military Hospital on 31st May 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Albert and Elizabeth Clara Lacey, of 109 Main Road, Glascote, Tamworth. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Thomas John LAHEY, 1386, Private, 15th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 23rd August 1915. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Sidney LAMOND, 1450, Private, 1st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 15th August 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Harry LANDEN, 761, Lance Corporal, 23rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia on 7th October 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Harry and Ellen Landen, of 128 Commercial Road, Parhran, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frederick LANE, 877, Sergeant, 9th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on board a hospital ship on 25th May 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Alfred LARKINS, 8/891, Private, Otago Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of sickness on 20th July 1915.  The son of Mr. and Mrs. A.N. Larkins, of Lower Harbour, Port Chalmers, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Oscar LAWSON, 1606, Private, 18th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 18th September 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Edward Mervyn LEAR, 1580, Private, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 18th August 1915. The son of Thomas and Mary Lear, of Bulart, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

J.C. LEDDMAN, 2209, Private, 6th Reinforcements, 1st Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces in a Malta hospital in October 1915

 

James Reginald LINDLEY, 4519, Gunner, 3rd Australian Field Artillery. Died of nephritis on 5th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Mr. C.W. Lindley, of Devonport, Tasmania. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William LONERGAN, 2632, Private, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 15th December 1915, age 24 years, the son of James and Elizabeth Lonergan, of Wyalong, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

George Ernest LONG, 728, Private, 6th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 14th August 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William Hubert LONG, 1677, Private, 8th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of typhoid fever on 28th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Edwin and Mary Robertson Long, of 175 Canterbury Road, Canterbury, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frank Leslie LONSDALE, Captain, 17th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 28th September 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Frank Edwin and Fanny Lonsdale, of 20 Charles Street, Enmore, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frederick Keith LOOKER, 308, Lance Corporal, 22nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of jaundice on 15th November 1915, aged 30 years. The third son of George Arthur and Fanny Looker, of Yambee, Neerim Road, Marrumbeena, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frank William LUKEY, 6/1610, Private, Canterbury Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of sickness on 20th August 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Francis William Clark Lukey and Elizabeth Wood Lukey, of Waikari, North Canterbury, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William Henry LYNCH, 226, Second Lieutenant, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died on 14th August 1915 from his wounds, aged 22 years. The son of William John and Elizabeth Ann Lynch, of 5 Zara Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

H.S. LYNE, Sergeant, 2nd Brigade, Ammunition Corps, Australian Imperial Forces, in Tigne Hospital in October 1915

 

G. McCANN, Private, 1st Canterbury Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, in St. Andrew's Hospital in October 1915

 

S.M. McCARTHY, 7th Australian Light Horse, in Ghain Tuffieha Camp in October 1915

 

D. McCONICHIE, 168, Private, 3rd Regiment, Australian Light Horse, in Imtarfa Hospital in October 1915

 

Robert James McCREEDY, 74, Trooper, 2nd Australian Light Horse. Died of sickness on 16th November 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Charles Reynolds McDOUGALL, 2nd Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry, died of pneumonia on 16th August 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Henry Leslie and Emily McDougall. Born in Maitland, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Charles Bruce McINTOSH, 8/970, Private, Otago Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of sickness on 14th August 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Charles and Jessie McIntosh, of Hedgehope, Southland, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Thomas McKAIN, 6/686, Private, 1st Battalion, Canterbury Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of tetanus on 23rd July 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McKain, of Weraroa, Levin, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Howard Taylor McKERN, 454, Corporal, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 16th August 1915, aged 22 years. The son of James and Mary Eldridge McKern, of Murrurundi, 17 Redan Street, Mosman, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Alexander McKINNON, 537, Trooper, 1st Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds on 1st September 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William McKINNON, 456, Private, 25th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 26th November 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Anderson MACKINTOSH, 467, Corporal, 15th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 19th August 1915, aged 39 years. The son of David and Elizabeth Mackintosh. Born in Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, Scotland. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Edgar Gordon McLEAN, 1796, Private, 27th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 5th December 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Alexander and Jane Caroline McLean, of 172 Avenue Helensdale, Glenelg, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Thomas MACLEAN, 793, Trooper, 1st Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds on 20th August 1915, aged 18 years. The son of the late William Maclean and Charlotte Maclean, of Cardiff, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

A. McPHEE, 2026, Private, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 2nd October 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Kenneth Milton MacPHEE, 1777, Corporal, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 23rd August 1915, aged 26 years. The son of William Alexander and Adeline Mary MacPhee. The husband of Winnie E. MacPhee, of 241 Pitt Water Road, Manly, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John Hugh McRAE, 724, Trooper, 1st Australian Light Horse, died  on 15th August 1915, aged 22 years, the son of William H. and Mary McRae, of Inverness Barellan, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Eric Lindsay MAGILL, 474, Corporal, 7th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds on 20th October 1915, aged 22 years. The son of William John and Malvina Magill, of Bogan Gate, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Ngore William MANGAROA, 16/400, Private, New Zealand Maori (Pioneer) Battalion. Died on 30th December 1915 from pleurisy, following wounds he received at Gallipoli. The brother of Miss Kuhu Mangaroa, of Kakahi, Main Trunk, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William George MANUEL, 1821, Gunner, 3rd A.F.A. Brigade, Australian Field Artillery. Died of enteric fever on 5th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of the late Mr. Manuel and Matilda Manuel, of 13 Hastings Street, New Glenelg, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Robert John MARCOMBE, 377, Private, 26th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia on 29th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Fanny and William Harvey Marcombe, of Upper Dee River, Mount Morgan, Queensland, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

B.C. MARLIN, Corporal, 'A' Company, 13th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in Ghain Tuffieha Camp in October 1915

 

George Stanley MARLOW, 9/846, Trooper, Otago Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of enteric fever on 12th September 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Marlow, of Waitara, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Alan MARSHAL, 163, Private, 15th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever on 23rd July 1915. The son of Samuel and Agnes Marshal, of The Bungalow, Esk, Queensland, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

David MATTHEWS, 8/1800, Private, Otago Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died on 13th August 1915, of his wounds received at Gallipoli, aged 35 years. The son of William and Elizabeth Matthews. He was born in Glyncorrwg, Wales. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Stirling Roy MELLEY, 2205, 13th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 12th August 1915, aged 19 years, the son of Edward and Rose A. Melley. He was born in Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

George Alexander MERCER, 1386, Private, 9th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia on 21st July 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetry

 

Harry MERCER-SMITH, 995, Lance Corporal, 9th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 17th June 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Sydney and Amy Mercer-Smith, of Camoola, Gladstone Road, South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John Joseph MERRICK, 12/2032, Private, Auckland Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died on 24th August 1915, of his wounds received at Gallipoli, aged 27 years. The son of Joseph and Eliza Merrick, of 12 Ireland Street, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Percival Charles MERRITT, 568, Private, 11th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever on 26th October 1915, aged 30 years. The son of Mr. J.A.F. and Ann Merritt, of Clarendon, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frederick Hanson MERRY, 1389, Corporal, 1st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 14th August 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Thomasina Merry and the late James Belford Merry. He was born in Dublin, Ireland. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Arthur MILES, 8/600, Private, Otago Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died on 25th August 1915 of dysentery, aged 32 years. The son of Thomas John and Susan Helena Miles, of 258a High Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

H. MILLINGTON, 1783, Private, 10th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in Imtarfa Hospital in October 1915

 

James Lawrence MOREY, 2411, Private, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 20th November 1915, aged 32 years, the son of James and the late Mary Morey, of Beulah Road, Norwood, South Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

F. MORGAN, Trooper, 7th Battalion, Australian Light Horse, in Ghain Tuffieha Camp in November 1915

 

John MORISON, 1102, Private, 8th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 12th June 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

W.G. MORRISON, 619, Private, 'B' Company, 20th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in Imtarfa Hospital in October 1915

 

Hugh MURRAY, 636, Armourer Sergeant, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 21st August 1915, aged 41 years. The son of David and Agnes Murray. Born in Scotland. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Vincent Fosbery NANCARROW, 7/688, Lieutenant, Canterbury Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of enteric fever on 4th August 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Richard and Phillipa A. Nancarrow, of Christchurch, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John William NEILSEN, 9/979, Trooper, Otago Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died on 3rd September 1915 from wounds he received at Gallipoli, aged 19 years. The son of Henry and Margaret Neilsen, of Youngs Road, Papakura, Auckland, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Thomas John NEWSON, 10/928, Private, Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of his wounds on 13th September 1915, aged 21 years. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

George NICHOLSON, Corporal, 4th Reinforcements, 5th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, from Malvern, Melbourne, a patient in a Malta hospital in October 1915

 

William Maxwell NORVELL, 828, Corporal, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 14th August 1915, aged 32 years. The son of Edward Charlton Norvell and Frances Harding Norvell, of Oak Tree, Winlaton Mill, Blaydon on Tyne. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

George Edgar NURCOMBE, 56. Private, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever, 29th July 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Edward Arthur and Emma Nurcombe. Born at Camperdown, New South Wales. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery.

 

Eugene John O’HALLORAN, 2537, Driver, 2nd Battery, 1st Brigade, Australian Field Artillery, died on 10th October 1915, aged 24 years, the son of Eugene J. and Elizabeth J. O’Halloran, of Crowlands, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Samuel ODELL, 809, Trooper, 6th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds on 19th August 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Thomas Alexander OGILVIE, 2nd Lieutenant, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry.  Died of his wounds on 18th August 1915, aged 28 years. The son of John and Elizabeth Ogilvie. He was born at Willliamstown, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Malcolm Bruce OLIVER, 1554, Private, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 6th September 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Eugene PAILLARD, 2002, Private, 1st Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 14th August 1915, aged 20 years, the son of Jules V. and Margaret J. Paillard, of Nowra, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Albert Walter PAISH, 1082, Private, 4th Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of his wounds on 12th July 1915, aged 35 years. The son of Harry and Mary Ann Paish, and husband of S. E. Paish, of Aldgate, South Australia. He was born in West Brighton, England. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

C.V. PALMER, Private, 15th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in Ghain Tuffieha Camp looking for his brother Private Arthur James PALMER, Sydney Field Ambulance, in October 1915

 

Paetaha PAORA, 16/201, Private, New Zealand Maori (Pioneer) Battalion. Died of phthisis on died 4th February 1916. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Kohatu Paora, of Taup, Rotorua, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Herbert Thomas PARKER, 1944, Private, 22nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery on 24th November 1915, aged 27 years. The son of John Goldsack Parker and Fanny Steward Parker, of Monbulk, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Henry James PARTRIDGE, 1993, Private, 14th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 25th August 1915, aged 30 years. The son of James and Sarah Ann Partridge. The husband of Kathleen Partridge, of 10 Salisbury Terrace, Taunton. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Thomas PATTON, 323, C.S.M., 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 9th August 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Michael and Christina Patton. Born at Noorat, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Robert PAYNE, 2420, Private, 23rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 18th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of George and Hellen Payne, of 77 Howe Street, Derby. He was born in Glasgow. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Philip PHELAN, 8/1599, Private, Otago Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died on 30th September 1915, the son of Mrs. F. Phelan, of Fox Street, Cobden, Greymouth, New Zealand. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Arthur William PIKE, 1334, Private, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 31st July 1915, aged 31 years. The son of James and Sarah Ann Pike. He was born in London. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

H.J. PILCHER, 1381, Private, 'D' Company, 20th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in St. Andrew's Hospital in October 1915

 

George PIPER, Sergeant, 28th Battalion, West Australian Regiment, in Tigne Hospital in October 1915

 

K. PITMAN, 177, Private, 3rd Regiment, Australian Light Horse, in Tigne Hospital in October 1915

 

Frederick William POLLDORE, 359, Private, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 2nd October 1915, aged 18 years. The son of Stephen and Mary Ann Polldore, of 96 Park Road, St. Peters, Sydney, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Alfred Thomas POOLE, 151, Sergeant, 1st Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds on 20th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of the late Lydia Poole and Alfred Thomas Poole, of Nelsons Plains, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Philip Godfrey POWYS HILL, Major, 1st Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, died on 9th June 1915. Buried in Rinella Military Cemetery

 

John Alfred PRITCHARD, 1111, Corporal, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died on 13th August 1915, of wounds he received at Gallipoli, aged 31 years. The son of the late Archibald Pritchard and Jane Pritchard, nee Connell. He served with the Royal Marines Light Infantry for 12 years. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Angus David George QUAYLE, 4/271, Sapper, No. 18 Field Company, New Zealand Engineers. Died of enteric fever on 3rd August 1915, the son of the late William Quayle, of Palmerson North, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Edward Leslie RABBITTS, 443, Gunner, 3rd Battery, 1st Brigade, Australian Field Artillery. Died of sickness on 25th July 1915, aged 25 years. His headstone was erected by his relations in Sydney and his compatriots in Dorrico, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

James Edward Hebden RADFORD, 175, Lance Corporal, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 22nd August 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Edward John and Ellen Hebden Radford, of Waverton, Croydon Avenue, Croydon, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

C.H. RAINBOW, 2172, Private, 6th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces in Imtarfa Hospital in July 1915 and seeking information about Sapper B. CORAM, 1st Field Company, Australian Engineers

 

Harold RAINEY, 2009, Private, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 7th August 1915, aged 23 years. The son of George and Mary Rainey, of Scotts Creek, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Robert Fraser RAMSAY, 1300, Private, 20th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 7th December 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Joseph Henry RANDALL, 10/1624, Private, Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of sickness on 21st August 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Emile and George Ely Randall. He was born at Burnie, Tasmania. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Alfred Charles RANN, 340, Trooper, 11th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds on 26th November 1915, aged 25 years. The son of Alfred and Lucy Rann, of Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Oscar Emil RASMUSSEN, 1811, Private, 23rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 6th October 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Christian Neils and Oline Rasmussen, of Priorgade 5, Aalborg, Denmark. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Hubert Rigaud RATHBONE, 2275, Private, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever on 10th October 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Isabella and Frank Broomfield Rathbone, of Granton, Tasmania. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

E.L. REES, 3rd New Zealand Regiment, in St. David's Field Hospital in October 1915

 

Errol REID, 7/519, Corporal, Machine Gun Section, Canterbury Mounted Rifles, New Zealand Expeditionary Force in Ghain Tuffieha Hospital in October 1915

 

George F.G. RICHARDSON, Private, 'B' Company, 5th Platoon, 19th Regiment, Australian Imperial Forces, in Ghain Tuffieha Camp in October 1915

 

John RILEY, 2221, Private, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 2nd September 1915. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Robert Edward RILEY, 946, Private, 26th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia on 22nd December 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Thomas and Eliza Riley, of Latrobe, Tasmania. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Clarence Rupert ROBERTS, 289, Corporal, 8th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 13th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of John C. and Emma Roberts, of 36 Loch Avenue, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Owen Henry ROBERTS, 10/1632, Private, 1st Battalion, Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died of his wounds in the Military Hospital, Valletta, on 26th May 1915, aged 20 years, the son of Henry J. and Maria Roberts, of Leicester Street, Patea, New Zealand. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Clifford Kossuth ROBINSON, 7/1280, Lance Corporal, Canterbury Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of sickness, on 8th December 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Kossuth and Mary Selina Robinson, of 47 Downleaze, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

E. ROBSON (served as HARDIE ), 1562, Private, 8th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 31st July 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Robert Edward ROCKLIFF, 2015, Private 11th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 4th August 1915, aged 27 years. The son of the late John Bullen Rockliff and Eliza Mary Tullock (formerly Rockliff), of 19 Ocean Road, Cottesloe Beach, Western Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William ROTHWELL, 1989, Private 21st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 5th November 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Robert and Sarah Rothwell, of 13 East Street, Feniscowles, Blackburn. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John Philip ROUGHAN, 8/275, Sergeant, Otago Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, died on 17th August 1915, aged 21 years, the son of Mr. D.J. and the late Bridget Roughan, of 92 Canongate Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Eric Arthur SARGISSON, 11/820, Trooper, Wellington Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died on 13th September 1915, from his wounds received at Gallipoli. The brother of G.M. Sargisson, of Porongahau, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Matthew Henry SCARFF (served as McSHANE), 878, Private, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 20th July 1915, aged 29 years. The son of George and Mary Jane Scarff. The husband of Edith Scarff, of 28 Bagnall Street, Anfield, Liverpool. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frederick Anton SCHOLLUM, 2/850/A, Gunner, New Zealand Field Artillery, died on 1st August 1915, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Schollum, of Fiddlers Hill, Puhoi, Auckland, New Zealand. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

J. SCOTT, Private, 13th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces was in a Malta hospital but left for England 24th September 1915 and became a patient in Albany Road Hospital, Cardiff

 

John Edward SCOTT, 13/1056A, Trooper, Auckland Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of his wounds on 4th September 1915, aged 26 years. The son of James E. and Lucie C. Scott, of Kinohaku, Kawkia, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frank William SCRIVENS, 79, Trooper, 10th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds on 20th August 1915, aged 25 years. The son of John Daniel and Alice Scrivens, of 38 Liverpool Road, Portsmouth. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William John SERGENT, 2262, 3rd A.I.F. Brigade, Australian Field Artillery. Died of his wounds in the Military Hospital, Valletta, on 7th May 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Henry and Mahala Sergent, of Plinburne, Hurworth, New Plymouth, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frederick William SETTLE, 2/736, Gunner, 1st Battery, New Zealand Field Artillery. Died on 3rd July 1915 of wounds he received at the landing in Anzac Cove. The son of Joseph and Ellen Settle, of Bolton. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Ernest Arthur SHANNON, 8/2726, Private, Otago Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of sickness on 2nd December 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Arthur and Emma Shannon, of North Revell Street, Kokitika, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William SHARPE, 795, Trooper, 2nd Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds on 13th August 1915, aged 25 years. The son of David and Emily Sharpe, of Glenlyon, Stanthorpe, Queensland, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John SHAW, 1803, Private, 13th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 28th August 1915, aged 39 years, the son of John and Mary A. Shaw, and the husband of Eva F.Shaw, of 11 Kendall Street, Surry Hills, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

John Alexander SHAW, 182, Corporal, 8th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds on 16th August 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Frederick and Elizabeth Shaw. He was born in Terang, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Stafford Atkinson SHAW, 3584, Private, 7th Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of dysentery on 28th November 1915, aged 21 years. The son of George and Mary Elizabeth Shaw. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Hugh Robert SHRIMPTON, 3/106A, Private, Field Ambulance, New Zealand Medical Corps. Died of sickness on 29th September 1915, aged 21 years. The son of the late Frank and Bessie Shrimpton, of 44 Disraeli Street, Addington, Christchurch, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Malcolm Henry SIMPSON, 1741, Private, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever on 20th July 1915, aged 25 years. The son of Alexander and Jane Simpson, of 16 Culvert Street, Parkside, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Edwin William SLATER, 8/1838, Private, Otago Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of his wounds on 2nd September 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Richard James SMETHURST, 2517, Private, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 28th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of John Thomas and Christina McDonald Smethurst, of 120 Head Street, Gardenvale, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Alfred John SMITH, 241, Private, 23rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 25th January 1916, aged 20 years. The son of Alfred James and the late Lydia Mary Smith, of Llanryd, Main Road, Moonah, Tasmania. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Thomas Wilfred STEPHENSON, 2236, Private, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 14th August 1915, aged 25 years. The son of George and Elizabeth Stephenson. He was born in Leith, Scotland. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Alfred James Augustus STEWART, 1560, Private, 24th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 26th December 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Alfred and Elizabeth Stewart. The husband of E.J. Hammond (formerly Stewart), of Carrington Avenue, Aspendale, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Hugh John STEWART, 214, Trooper, 2nd Australian Light Horse, died on 3rd September 1915, aged 41 years. The son of Alexander and Christina Macpherson Stewart, of Auchterarder, Perthshire. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William Peter STEWART, 1265, Private, 18th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 5th September 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Allan Joseph STRAWBRIDGE, 2/567, Gunner, 2nd Brigade H.Q., New Zealand Field Artillery. Died of sickness on 27th December 1915, aged 24 years. The son of the late Joseph and Elizabeth Strawbridge, of Horsham Downs, Hamilton, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

George STRINGER, 699, Private, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 4th August 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Robert and Flora Stringer, of Lauriston, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Saville George SUNDERLAND, 711, Private, 24th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 29th September 1915, aged 26 years. The son of the late Thomas Saville Sunderland and Laura Anne Sunderland, of 58 Westgarth, Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Leonard Stevenson TAYLOR, 1287, Private, 18th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 22nd October 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Robert and Challis Amelia Taylor, of Challis, Beaconsfield Parade, Lindfield, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Taiawhiao TE WHARE, 16/421, Private, New Zealand Maori Contingent, died on 31st July 1915, the son of Miriama Te Whare. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

J.E. TEDDIMAN, 2209, Private, 6th Reinforcements, 1st Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces in a Malta hospital in October 1915, but left for England

 

Christian Kerr TEMPERLEY, 12/261, Private, Auckland Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of his wounds on 3rd September 1915. The brother of J.R. Temperley, of Ashhurst, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Alec Leslie THOMSON, 9/103, Trooper, Otago Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of enteric fever on 8th September 1915. The son of Mrs. A. Thomson, of Ings Avenue, St. Clair, Dunedin, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William Denis THOMSON, 1623, Private, 22nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 8th December 1915, aged 39 years. The son of John and Isabella Thomson, and husband of Florence Thomson, of 21 Knowles Street, Westgarth, Victoria, Australia. He was born in New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

A.D. THRUSH, 238, Private, 'A' Company, 11th Battalion, 3rd Brigade, Australian Imperial Forces, in Fort Chambray Hospital, Gozo, in October 1915

 

Stanley Stevenson THURLOW, 159, Trooper, 1st Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds on 21st August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Charles Hatley Thurlow and Sarah Jane Thurlow, of Hill Street, Scone, New South Wales, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Joseph William TREZISE, 530, Private, 25th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 28th November 1915, aged 38 years, the son of John and Catherine Trezise, of Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Leslie Everard TUCKER, 2027, Private, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 18th November 1915, aged 24 years. The son of James and Elizabeth Catherine Tucker, of Blyth, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Lewis Cuthbert TURTON, 13/466 Trooper, Auckland Mounted Rifles, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of his wounds on 25th August 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Herbert UPSON, 958, Private, 15th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 5th July 1915, aged 25 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Upson, of Snowden Fen, Halstead, Essex. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John Brinsden VASEY, 158, Corporal, 2nd Field Company, Australian Engineers. Died on 14th August 1915, from his wounds received at Gallipoli, aged 21 years. The son of Mr. G.B. Vasey of Malvern, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

N. VEART, 12/270, Private, Auckland Battalion, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, in All Saints Camp in November 1915

 

Frank VENDY, 502, Trooper, 4th Australian Light Horse, died on 31st July 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Edward Wright VICKERS, 10/2346, Private, Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of dysentery on 25th August 1915, aged 21 years The son of Edward and Maud Vickers, of Beach Street, Fitzroy, New Plymouth, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frank Henry VICKERS, 4/222/B, Driver, No.1 Field Company, New Zealand Engineers, died of his wounds on 31st May 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Henry and Caroline Vickers, of Brighton, England. Buried in Imtarfa Military Cemetery

 

David WADE, (served as FORD), 10/1485, Private, Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of his wounds on 3rd July 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

R. WAIRAU, 16/53, Private, New Zealand Maori Contingent. Died on 11th September 1915, from wounds he received at Gallipoli. The brother of Mr. Paihau Wairau, of Opoutama, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John WALKER, 2537, Private, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 24th September 1915, aged 31 years. The son of John Andrew and Mary Jane Walker, of 117 Keightley Road, Subiaco, Western Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Francis Joseph WALSH, 2055, Private, 13th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 21st August 1915. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Frederick Thomas WALSH, 1579, Private, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 22nd July 1915, aged 22 years, the son of Michael J. and Elizabeth Walsh, of Brunswick, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

P.F. WALSHE, Sapper, in the Military Hospital Valletta, in July 1915

 

Charles Frederick WELLS, 2076, Private, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia on 7th August 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Thomas William and Elizabeth Ann Wells, of Murdunna, Tasmania. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Alfred WEST, 1628, Private, 5th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, aged 19 years, died on 4th June 1915. The son of William Henry and Sarah Ann West, 9 Chelmsford Street, Kensington, Victoria, Australia. He was born at Chiltern, Victoria, Australia. Buried in Pembroke Military Cemetery

 

David James WHITE, 1585, Private, 20th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness on 22nd September 1915. Buried Pieta Military Cemetery

 

John Alexander WHITE, 451, Private, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery on 28th September 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Henry and Agnes White. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

William Harold WHITEHEAD, 2978, Private, 5th Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of sickness on 28th October 1915, aged 28 years. The son of William and Elizabeth Ann Whitehead. From Leeds, Yorkshire. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Frank Henry George WHITTON, 11/398, Trooper, Wellington Mounted Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of enteric fever on 29th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitton, of Masterton, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Private WILLIAMSON, Stretcher Bearer, 19th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in Ghain Tuffieha Convalescent Camp in October 1915

 

J.E. WILLIAMSON, 7th Australian Light Horse, in Valletta Hospital in October 1915

 

William WINTER, 770, Private, 20th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 3rd October 1915. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Thomas WOODS, 1446, Private, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 30th June 1915. The son of Charles and Eliza Wood. From Croydon, Surrey. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Wilfred Oldham WOODWORTH, 1444, Private, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 22nd August 1915. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Robin James WORLEY, 10/2381, Private, Wellington Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. Died of sickness on 28th August 1915 after being wounded, aged 24 years. The son of Charles and Fanny E. Worley, of Priory Mead, Park Lane, Reigate, Surrey. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Ernest Percy WRIGHT, 1368, Private, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 6th September 1915, aged 24 years. The son of William Joseph and Caroline Wright, of O’Halloran Hill, South Australia. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

Felix WRIGHT, 727, Private, 28th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died on 28th November 1915. Buried in Addolorata Cemetery

 

Robert Young WRIGHT, 760, Private, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds on 8th October 1915, aged 27 years. The son of William Patrick and Agnes Wright, of 17 Albert Street, Invercargill, New Zealand. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery

 

D. YOUNG, 2198, Private, ‘C’ Company, 3rd Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces in Cottonera Hospital in July 1915

 

P.L. YOUNG, 355, Sergeant, 19th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces, in St. George's Hospital in October 1915

 

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