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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:23 AM

Bomana War Cemetery, Port Moresby, + listing of all 3779 names:

Editors Note: I have often been asked by our Kokoda Trail Trekkers to help them find a relative buried in the Bomana War Cemetery.  On the 18th April, 2003, I spent a whole weekend typing up this information for my www.pngbd.com website so am now going to post it here for your convenience.  I too lost my Uncle,  James Robert McMillan to the war, who is buried in the Lae Cemetery.  He joined up in 1942 and lost his life in Aitape, Wewak in March 1945.  It saddens me to think I never got to meet him and also to my mother and grandmother whose son and brother never returned home from PNG.  

We might as well say we also lost another member of our family as well as his brother Archie was in the same area where he served. To stop Archie meeting the same fate when he heard his brother had been badly wounded, he was tied to a tree and suffered traumatic nightmares for the rest of his life, passing away in his early forties after never ever settling back down after the war. He always felt he let the family down by not bringing his little brother back home with him.  

This is just my story and I am sure there are many others out there with a similar story to tell.  I salute all our diggers for their sacrifice and after living here since 1972 I can imagine what it must have been like for them fighting in the jungles of PNG.  
Lest We Forget!

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:27 AM

Please Note:  For our all our trekkers who walk from Kokoda to Ower's Corner, you are taken into the Bomana War Cemetery on your way back into Port Moresby providing you arrive back in time as the Bomana War Cemetery gates close at 4pm:

Bomana War Cemetery:

This war cemetery, which was commenced in 1942 by the Army lies 19 kilometres north of Port Moresby on the road to Nine Mile, and is approached from the main road by a short side road called Pilgrims Way.

Simple wrought iron gates open on to a grass forecourt enclosed by a bank of colourful tropical shrubs and trees. From this forecourt a short flight of steps rises to the Stone of Remembrance, which is of pink freestone richly grained.

Beyond this, on gently rising ground, lie the graves, marked by white marble headstones; and from a mound beyond the graves, and dominating them, rises the cross of Sacrifice, made of the same stone as the Stone of Remembrance.

There are two grassed avenues of rain trees stretching from the front to the back of the cemetery, and between every few rows of graves are tropical shrubs and trees.

The total number of burials is 3,779, and these are classified below. The 438 unidentified soldiers of the United Kingdom forces were all from the Royal Artillery and captured by the Japanese at the fall of Singapore; they died in captivity and were buried on the island of Ballale in the Solomons. These men were later re-buried in a temporary war cemetery at Torokina on Bougainville Island before being transferred to their permanent resting place at Port Moresby.

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:29 AM

On a hill above and behind the cemetery, to the right of the centre, stands a rotunda of cylindrical pillars which is the memorial to those men of the Australian Army (including Papua and New Guinea local forces), the Australian Merchant Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force who lost their lives in the operations in Papua and who have no known graves.

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:35 AM

Men of the Royal Australian Navy who lost their lives in the south-west Pacific region, and have no grave but the sea, are commemorated on Plymouth Naval Memorial in England, along with many of their comrades of the Royal Navy and of other Commonwealth Naval Forces.

Bougainville casualties who have no known graves (eight only) are commemorated on a memorial at Suva.

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:37 AM

Port Moresby (Bomana) War Cemetery Map to help you find your loved ones.  Please print out and bring with you so make it easier to locate the person you are looking for.  I know it has helped me on several occasions as without it, there are rows and rows to walk up and down:

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:39 AM

THE Territory of Papua, which comprises the south-eastern portion of the island of New Guinea and some groups of small islands, is separated from the Australian mainland only by the 145 kilometres wide Torres Straits. Port Moresby, the most important centre, has a good harbour on the Gulf of Papua and its situation so close to the mainland makes it eminently suitable as a naval and military base for operations in the south-west Pacific. It became a vital point to hold when the Japanese invaded New Guinea.

After the landings at Lae and Salamaua, Port Moresby was the chief Japanese objective. They decided to attack by sea, and assembled an amphibious expedition for the purpose, which set out early in May 1942. They were, however, intercepted and heavily defeated by American air and naval forces in the Coral Sea, and what remained of the Japanese expedition returned to Rabaul. After this defeat they decided to advance 'on Port Moresby overland and the attack was launched from Buna and Gona in September 1942.

On Bougainville, the largest and most northerly of the Solomon Islands, the enemy, early in 1942, established a considerable force ahnost without resistance and developed a useful base. This they held until Americans and Australians commenced offensive operations towards the end of 1943, when Bougainville was the only one of these islands remaining in Japanese hands. By August 1945, when the Japanese surrendered, most of the island had been recovered.

Those who died in the fighting in Papua and on Bougainville are buried in Port Moresby (Bomana) War Cemetery, where they were brought by the Australian Army Graves Service from burial grounds in the areas where the fighting had taken place.

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:41 AM

Operations in Papua:

SOON after the capture of Rabaul on the island of New Britain in January 1942, the Japanese commanders decided to thrust westward to the mainland of New Guinea. They planned to take Lae and Salamaua in the Huon Gulf, and then Port Moresby, the capital of the Territory of Papua; at the same time Tulagi in the Solomons was to be occupied. They intended later to take New Caledonia, Fiji and Samoa and thus sever the supply line connecting the United States with Australia and New Zealand.

Consequently on the 8th March, Japanese troops landed at Lae and Salamaua which were virtually undefended, and, early in May, an expedition set out from Rabaul towards Port Moresby.

The American naval staff had learnt in advance of this movement and sent a naval force including two carriers into the south-west Pacific. During the Battle of the Coral Sea between this force and the Australian cruiser squadron on the one hand and a Japanese force of similar strength on the other, the Japanese troop convoy turned back.

The Japanese leaders then decided to advance overland against Port. Moresby and at the same time send seaborne expeditions against New Caledonia, Fiji and Samoa. The defeat of the Japanese carrier fleet at the Battle of Midway in June caused an abandonment of the seaborne expeditions but on 21st July a Japanese force was landed at Gona and nuna with the intention of advancing across the Owen Stanley mountains to Port Moresby. These mountains presented an immense obstacle.

They were crossed by a seldom-travelled track which climbed over steep ridges to nearly 2,134 metres above sea level. For most of the distance the mountains were covered with dense rain-forest but at the highest points only moss and stunted trees would grow.

When the Japanese landed only a few hundred Australian troops were on the north side of the range. The Japanese rapidly advanced, taking Kokoda on the 29th July. In August the 7th Australian Division, which had recently returned from the Middle East, was hurried to New Guinea. Its 21st Brigade was sent forward into the mountains to reinforce the militia battalions fighting there, but during two weeks of hard fighting the defenders were pressed back to Ioribaiwa, 51 kilometres from Port Moresby.

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:45 AM

Meanwhile the Japanese on 25th August had landed a seaborne force at Milne Bay, near the eastern tip of Papua. They did not realize that it was defended by a considerably stronger force than they had sent against it: two brigades of infantry, the 7th and 18th, and two locally-based fighter squadrons of the R.A.A.F., apart from. the American and Australian squadrons based at Port Moresby and in North Queensland. The Japanese fought their way about sixteen kilometres to the edge of the defenders' airstrip but were thrust back and on the nights of the 4th and 5th September the Japanese embarked most of the survivors.

By the second half of September a force equivalent to three divisions had been assembled in New Guinea, and the 7th Australian Division was concentrated against the Japanese who were deployed near Port Moresby. The 25th Brigade joined the depleted 21 st Brigade in the forward area but on 17th September fell back to Imita Ridge.
Stones of remembrance - Bomana War Cemetery:

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:49 AM

A few days earlier an Australian battalion, forerunner of a larger force, had been flown across the mountains and landed at Wanigela, east of the Japanese base in the Buna-Gona area.

The 7th Division pressed back the Japanese rearguards, taking Templeton's Crossing on the 16th October, Eora Creek after a hard fight on the 28th October, and Kokoda on the 2nd November.

On 9th-11th November, the 16th and 25th Brigades routed the main Japanese force remaining in the mountains at Oivi and Gorari, and aircraft pursued the fugitives. In the four months' battle in the Owen Stanleys the four Australian brigades engaged had lost 625 killed 'and 1,055 wounded.

Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels carrying a wounded soldier on the Kokoda Trail:

Many a mother in Australia when the busy day is done
Sends a prayer to the Almighty for the keeping of her son

Asking that an angel guide him and bring him safely back
Now we see those prayers are answered on the Owen Stanley Track.

For they haven't any halos, only holes slashed in their ears
And their faces worked by tattoos with scratch pins in their hair

Bringing back the badly wounded just as steady as a horse
Using leaves to keep the rain off and as gentle as a nurse

Slow and careful in the bad places on the awful mountain track
The look upon their faces would make you think Christ was black

Not a move to hurt the wounded as they treat him like a saint
It's a picture worth recording that an artist's yet to paint

Many a lad will see his mother and husbands see their wives
Just because the fuzzy wuzzy carried them to save their lives

From mortar bombs and machine gun fire or chance surprise attacks
To the safety and the care of doctors at the bottom of the track

May the mothers of Australia when they offer up a prayer
Mention those impromptu angels with their fuzzy wuzzy hair.

- Bert Beros

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:53 AM

The advancing Australians and Americans-the column moving from the Owen Stanleys'and an airborne force being assembled about Wanigela-now faced a strong Japanese force firmly dug in along about nineteen kilometres of the flat swampy coastal plain from Gona to Cape Endaiadere.

The Allies, with eleven American and seven Australian air squadrons based in New Guinea and others able to give support from bases on the mainland, made it difficult for the Japanese to bring in reinforcements.

Four columns now advanced against the Japanese positions: one towards Cape Endaiadere, one against Buna, one towards Sanananda and one towards Gona. From 18th November until 23rd January six Australian brigades and three American regiments, of the 32nd Division, made a series of costly attacks against the Japanese fortress, reducing the sections of it one by one.

On the 9th December Australians took Gona. On the 18th December the 18th Brigade, brought from Milne Bay, renewed the attacks in the Buna area. By the first week of the new year the Japanese fortifications round Buna had been overcome. By 23rd January, 1943, after bitter fighting round Sanananda all organised resistance by the Japanese had been broken.

In the operations in Papua up to this time 2,379 Australians and 671 Americans had been killed in action. In addition practically the whole force was infected with malaria with the result that some battalions could muster fewer than one hundred men, none of them really fit.

In February the Japanese commander at Rabaul, having lost his base in Papua, decided to reinforce Lae with some 7,000 troops. On 1 st March these set sail in light transports and eight destroyers, but in a series of attacks American and Australian aircraft sank all the transports and four of the destroyers.

Port Moresby was the headquarters of the New Guinea Naval Survey Party which was operating there before war broke out in 1939. As soon as it was evident that the outbreak of war was imminent that year, a naval base staff was established away from the Australian mainland. Before Japan's entry into the war this staff was built up to the necessary proportions of thai of a defended port; and the R.A.N. escorted military reinforcements to Port Moresby.

When the Japanese tried to assault Port Morseby from the sea in May 1942 the Australian Naval Squadron formed the covering force for Port Moresby (under the command of Rear Admiral J. G. Crace in the flagship Australia), while the main naval-air action was fought betWeen the American and Japanese carrier forces.

Later-and now without losses-the ships of the Royal Australian Navy gradually extended their activities from Port Moresby, via Milne Bay, to the northern side of New Guinea in joint operations with the Australian land and air forces, in the Buna- Gona campaigns of December 1942- January 1943, and later.

The Navy Survey Group was responsible for charting channels through the reefs, and the escort vessels ( corvettes) for the escorting of supply ships, including those carrying tanks, round to Cape Endaiadere in December 1942 and transporting reinforcements from Milne Bay to the Buna area.

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:56 AM

Battle of Buna:

During the Second World War. On 15 November 1942 MG Harding issued Field Order No. 1 for the operation. On 16 November the advance commenced according to plan. On 19 November the attack commenced.

History:

The Japanese had 16,000 troops in this region alone. Their mission was to capture Port Moresby was met by Australian and American forces in the jungles. Only 700 survived. The 18th Australian Brigade, commanded by Brigadier Wootten, and a squadron of the 2/6th Australian Armoured Regiment equipped with eight American M3 tanks, fast 14-ton vehicles but only lightly armored) were brought forward to Buna to reinforce the Americans. Artillery support was also available.

On 18 December the Australians attacked towards Cape Endaiadere with the Americans on their left in support. At 7 am the 2/9th Battalion, supported by seven tanks, aircraft, artillery and American mortars, advanced north through the Americans, on a front of about 600 yards and with the sea on their right.

On the right one post after another was shelled or bombed into silence and the leading men reached Cape Endaiadere. However, the left company, attacking without tanks lost more than half its eighty-seven men in an advance of only about 100 yards and was pinned down. The attack did not resume until after the arrival of three tanks in the afternoon. The battalion lost 171 officers and men, about half the strength of the attacking companies. Two tanks were burnt out.

Coconut Plantation:

At 7 am on 20 December the 2/9th Battalion reinforced by a company of the 2/10th Battalion on the right with an American battalion on the left continued the advance. With air support and four tanks spaced among the Australian infantry they moved through the coconut plantation without great opposition and by 10 am were advancing into the bush and kunai grass clothing the marshy country beyond the plantation. The tanks bogged down and were only able to travel along the beach.The attackers came under heavy mortar and machine-gun fire. The advance ended on the general line along the Simemi Creek.

Simemi Creek:

On 23 December, the 2/9th Battalion again attacked to take the tongue of land between the creek and the sea, losing fifty eight men killed or wounded. In six days of hard fighting the Japanese had been cleared from east of the Simemi Creek. The Simemi Creek was a formidable obstacle to the Australians and Americans. Tanks could not negotiate the shallows and attempts to have troops attack in the area would cost many lives.

After three days of searching for a safe crossing, the 2/10th battalion found a crossing downstream and the battalion moved across on 22 December. The Japanese were bewildered that the Australians had managed to cross the creek in the area they did and abandoned the adjacent positions on 23 December.

Fighting at the Buna Airstrip:

By nightfall the 2/10th held about one third of the Old Strip. The 2/10th was ordered to continue the advance along the Old Strip next day and was supported by four tanks. The attack opened at 9.30 am with the tanks spaced at intervals of fifty yards, the Australians on and astride the Old Strip and an American battalion on the left flank. Tanks and infantry advanced steadily for half an hour. Then a concealed Japanese anti-aircraft gun opened fire at short range and knocked out the four tanks in quick succession.

The infantry came under heavy fire but at the end of the day some 500 to 700 yards had been gained. Little progress was made on the next two days. The companies of the 2/10th were then no stronger than platoons and the desperate Japanese frequently counter-attacked. On the evening of 29 December, the 2/10th, strengthened by a company of the 2/9th and four newly arrived tanks, attacked the area between Giropa Point and the mouth of Simemi Creek, but gained nothing. On 31 December, the 2/12th Battalion relieved the 2/9th Battalion.

Advance to the Mission:

The Americans under General Eichelberger had made some gains on the left flank had captured the Government gardens and had isolated Buna Mission from Giropa Point. At 8 am on 1 January 1943 two Australian battalions, the 2/10th and the 2/12th with six tanks and two American battalions continued the attack on the Japanese positions east of Giropa Point.

The tanks, working with precision, rolled close to the enemy's bunkers and lashed them with fire while the infantry rushed forward and hurled charges. The strong-posts when overcome were found to contain from ten to seventy bodies. At the end of the long day, few Japanese posts east of Giropa Point held out. These remaining posts were reduced on 2 January, the same day the Americans captured Buna Mission.

Casualties:

There were 1400 Japanese buried at Buna, 500 in the American area west of Giropa Point and 900 east of Giropa Point. The US 32nd Division sustained 1,954 casualties; 466 killed and 1508 wounded. In sixteen days the 18th Brigade had lost 55 officers and 808 men, including 22 officers and 284 others killed.

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 09:59 AM

After the landings at Lae and Salamaua, Port Moresby was the chief Japanese objective. They decided to attack by sea, and assembled an amphibious expedition for the purpose, which set out early in May 1942. They were, however, intercepted and heavily defeated by American air and naval forces in the Coral Sea, and what remained of the Japanese expedition returned to Rabaul. After this defeat they decided to advance on Port Moresby overland and the attack was launched from Buna and Gona in September 1942.

On Bougainville, the largest and most northerly of the Solomon Islands, the enemy, early in 1942, established a considerable force almost without resistance and developed a useful base. This they held until Americans and Australians commenced offensive operations towards the end of 1943, when Bougainville was the only one of these islands remaining in Japanese hands. By August 1945, when the Japanese surrendered, most of the island had been recovered.

Those who died in the fighting in Papua and Bougainville are buried in Port Moresby (Bomana) War Cemetery, whither they were brought by the Australian Army Graves Service from burial grounds in the areas where the fighting had taken place. The unidentified soldiers of the United Kingdom forces were all from the Royal Artillery and captured by the Japanese at the fall of Singapore; they died in captivity and were buried on the island of Bailale in the Solomons.

These men were later re-buried in a temporary war cemetery at Torokina on Bougainville Island before being transferred to their permanent resting place at Port Moresby. On a hill above and behind the cemetery, to the right of the centre, stands a rotunda of cylindrical pillars which is the memorial to those men of the Australian Army (including Papua and New Guinea local forces), the Australian Merchant Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force who lost their lives in the operations in Papua and who have no known graves.

Men of the Royal Australian Navy who lost their lives in the south-west Pacific region, and have no known grave but the sea, are commemorated on Plymouth Naval Memorial in England, along with many of their comrades of the Royal Navy and of other Commonwealth Naval Forces. Bougainville casualties who have no known graves are commemorated on a memorial at Suva.

Port Moresby, the most important centre in the Territory of Papua, has a good harbour on the Gulf of Papua, and its situation close to the Australian mainland makes it eminently suitable as a naval and military base for operations in the south-west Pacific. It became a vital point to hold when the Japanese invaded New Guinea.

The Japanese attack on Port Moresby developed by land from Buna and Gona (where troops landed on 21st July, 1942) over the Owen Stanley Ranges; and by sea against Milne Bay in the extreme south-east, from whose airfields they would have obtained control of the vital Coral Sea. Between 22nd July and 27th September, 1942, over- land they succeeded in reaching Ioribaiwa, a ridge and village within 35 miles of Port Moresby, but were stopped there; and the counter-offensive started on the latter date.

Their attempt to seize the airfields at Milne Bay opened on 26th August, 1942, with landings from the sea at Ahioma and Waga Waga. Fierce fighting ensued but by 7th September the .Japanese were routed, and the first clear-cut victory over them had been achieved. The remaining Japanese forces in Papua, held in the triangle Eoro-Gona-Soputa, were finally cleared and Buna was re-captured by January 1943.

The Port Moresby Memorial commemorates 744 officers and men of the Australian Army (including Papuan and New Guinea local forces), the Australian Merchant Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force who gave their lives during the operations in Papua, and who have no known grave. ,Men of the Royal Australian Navy who lost their lives in the south-western Pacific region, and have no graves but the sea, are commemorated on Plymouth Naval Memorial in England, along with many of their comrades of the Royal Navy and of other Commonwealth Naval Forces.

The memorial consists of a rotunda of cylindrical pillars enclosing a circle of square pillars bearing on their inside faces bronze panels upon which the names are engraved. In the centre is a low circular stone table on which is a bronze compass. Around the frieze is the dedicatory inscription.

The land forming the site of the Port Moresby (Bomana) War Cemetery in which this memorial stands is permanently assured in favour of the Commission by the Government of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea.

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 10:05 AM

Memorial of names for all those fallen soldiers bured at Bomana in alphabetical order:

ABBERTON, Private, THOMAS JOSEPH, Mentioned in Despatches, NX28567. A.I.F. 2/13 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th February 1944. Age 33. Son of Thomas Joseph and Mary Abberton. B2. F. 12.

ABBOT, Corporal, WILLIAM ROBERT, VX135510. A.I.F. 24 Bn. Australian Infantry. 6th June 1945. Age 28. Son of William and Margaret Abbot, of Burwood, Victoria. B4. C. 11.

ADAMS, Signalman, LEONARD GEOFFREY, NX118546. A.I.F. 9 Div. Sigs. Australian Corps of Signals. 16th October 1943. Age 20. Son of Vincent Edward and Sarah Ellen Adams, of Wallacia, New South Wales B2. A. 7.

ADAMS, Corporal, LEWIS HENRY, QX49659. A.I.F. 15 Bn. Australian Infantry. 9th July 1945. Age 25. Son of Henry Albert and Alice Elizabeth Adams, of Jericho, Queensland. C 1. F. 21.

ADAMS, Private, THOMAS GEORGE, SX1812. A.I.F. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 26th December 1942. Age 23. Son of John Thomas Adams and Clare Adams. B6. C. 21.

ADDISON, Signalman, DONALD, VX109867. A.I.F. 38 W.T. Task Sec. Australian Corps of Signals. 16th March 1945. Age 21. Son of Thomas Edwin and Florence Addison, of Glen Iris, Victoria. C2. B. 24.

ADDISON, Corporal, WILFRED LANCELOT, N165758. A.C.M.F. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 30. Son of William Daniel and Minnie Maud Addison, of Chatsworth Island, New South Wales. A5. E. 2.

ADRIAN, Private, ROBERT ANDREW, QX48167. A.I.F. 31/51 Bn. Australian Infantry. 31st January 1945. Age 21. Son of John Hugh Cochrane Adrian and Aileen May Adrian, of Mackay, Queensland. A4. E. 4.

AESCHLIMANN, Corporal, ERNEST CHRISTOPHER, V38231. A.C.M.F. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th December 1942. Age 29. Son of Ernest Constant Aeschlimann and Lilian Marjory Aeschlimann, of Arrawata, Victoria. C5. D. 11.

AGNEW, Private, CLYDE ALWYN, N372263. A.C.M.F. 58/59 Bn. Australian Infantry. 14th June 1945. Age 21. Son of Bertrand John and Lillian Jane Agnew, of Fairfield, New South Wales. B4. C. 5.

AITCHESON, Flight Sergeant, ALLAN GRAHAM, 432654. Royal Australian Air Force. 25th January 1945. Age 22. Son of Leslie Graham Aitcheson and Vera Ettie Victoria Aitcheson, of Royston Park, South Australia. C8. A. 6.

ALBRECHT, Sergeant, CLARENCE HENRY, VX88955. A.I.F. 47 Bn. Australian Infantry. 24th July 1945. Age 25. Son of Frederick Wilhelm and Antonia Clara Marie Albrecht, of Gerang Gerung, Victoria. C 1. F. 18.

ALBRECHT, Corporal, CECIL JOHN, QX38363. A.I.F. 49 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 22. Son of William George and Wilhelmina Augusta Albrecht, of Buranda, Queensland. A5. B. 12.

ALCOCK, Corporal, AUGUSTUS BORDA, WX4333. A.I.F. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st December 1942. Age 24. Son of William and Annie Elizabeth Alcock. C5. F. 5.

ALDER, Lance Corporal, CHARLES CLARENCE, QX570. A.I.F. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 25. Son of William Horace and Kate Kezia Alder, of Annerley, Queensland. B7. B. 5.

ALDRIDGE, Trooper, THEODORE GEORGE, NX58053. 2/7. Australian Cavalry Regiment. 6th January 1943. Age 23. Son of Frederick and Evelyne Aldridge, of Canley Vale, New South Wales. A6. F. 11.

ALEXANDER, Flying Officer, WILLIAM ROBERT EDWARD, 405961. Royal Australian Air Force. 16th June 1943. Age 23. Son of Reginald Crawford Alexander and Mary Alice Alexander; husband of Lesley Alexander, of Kirribilli, New South Wales. A3. B. 24.

ALFORD, Sergeant, IAN FITZGERALD, QX52947. A.I.F. 26 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st March 1945. Age 34. Son of George Vernon and Evelyn Flora Alford; husband of Gloria Jessie Alford, of Annerley, Queensland. A4. D. 15.

ALLAN, Sergeant, DUNCAN ARTHUR, QX52818. A.I.F. 9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1944. Age 22. Son of Arthur Aitken Allan and Jenny Thomson Allan, of Morayfield, Queensland. A3. F. 24.

ALLEN, Lance Corporal, BERTIE ESCHOL, QX16772. A.I.F. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 3rd September 1942. Age 34. Son of Walter Blanchard Allen and Mary Jane Allen, of Dubbo, New South Wales. A2. E. 14.

ALLEN, Private, IVO HENRY, V 125021. A.C.M.F. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 15th December 1942. Age 21. Son of Ernest James Allen and Eva Allen, of Melbourne, Victoria. C5. F. 7.

ALLEN, Private, JOHN MAXWELL, QX15349. A.I.F. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th December 1942. Age 24. Son of John and Kathleen Amy Allen, of Tumoulin, North Queensland. B8. D. 18

ALLISON, Lieutenant, IVOR KENNETH, VX40282. A.I.F. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd January 1943. Age 25. Son of Edgar Williams Allison and Mary Campbell Allison; husband of Betty Alison Allison, of Bendigo, Victoria. Al. A. 18.

ALLNUTT, Lieutenant, EARNEST ROBERT LEA, WX5966. A.I.F. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st December 1942. Age 27. Son of Lea and Ruth Isobel Allnutt; husband of Jean Hume Allnutt, of Cottesloe, Western Australia. C5. E. 21.

ALLSOPP, Private, FREDERICK, N43584. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 10th December 1943. Age 27. Son of John Thomas Allsopp and Alma Constance Allsopp, of Fitzroy, New South Wales. B6. C. 24.

ALTIN, Pata (Private), 859. A.C.M.F. 1 Papuan Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st November 1944. Age 24. C8. F. 18.

AMOS,, Private, OWEN REID, QX22157. A.I.F. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd November 1942. Age 26. Son of Owen Eugene and Dorothy Amos; husband of Marie Phyllis Amos, of Milton, Queensland. B8. F. 15.

ANASTAS, Sailor, N G, U.S. Small Ships Section. Australian Merchant Navy. 10th August 1944. A3. E. 20.

ANDERSON, Private, ARCHIBALD SYLVESTER, SX18612. A.I.F. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th January 1943. Age 30. Son of Joseph and Gertrude Alice Anderson; husband of Jean Anderson, of Mt. Barker, South Australia. A8. B. 14.

ANDERSON, Private, CHARLES JOSEPH, QX1376. A.I.F. 2/2 Field Bakery. Australian Army Service Corps. 15th April 1943. Age 37. Son of James and Louisa Anderson, of Plaistow, Essex, England. B5. C. 26.

ANDERSON, Corporal, GEORGE HENRY, VX103086. A.I.F. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th August 1942. Age 25. Son of George Henry and Christine Anderson; husband of Phyllis Eileen Anderson, of Red Cliffs, Victoria. C7. B. 25.

ANDERSON, Lance Corporal, HOWARD GEORGE, M M, SX4424. A.I.F. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th November 1942. Age 30. Son of Frank Arthur and Emma Anderson, of Bordertown, South Australia. B5. F. 27.

ANDERSON, Private, HUGHIE JAMES, SX3096. A.I.F. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st December 1942. Age 24. Son of Peter and Florence Lottie May Anderson; husband of Edna Kathleen Anderson, of Meadows, South Australia. A6. D. 8.

ANDERSON, Private, JOHN LESLIE ARCHIBALD, WX12541. A.I.F. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 15th December 1943. Age 35. Son of John Leslie Montrose Anderson and Emily Anderson; husband of Sarah Anderson, of South Perth, Western Australia. B2. B. 22.

ANDERSON, Private, JOHN ROBERT, QX34457. A.I.F. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th August 1942. Age 22. Son of John Robert and Mary Ann Anderson, of Toowoomba, Queensland. A2. B. 23.

ANDERSON, Private, NORMAN KEITH, QX47889. A.LF. 2/4 Indep. Coy. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1943. Age 23. Son of Henrietta May Anderson, of Moonmera, Queensland. A8. F. 11.

ANDERSON, Private, RONALD GEORGE, WX2880. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1942. Age 24. Son of John Leslie Montrose Anderson and Emily Anderson, of East Fremantle, Western Australia. B3. A. 4.

ANDERSON, Private, STANLEY PHILLIP, VX48580. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th November 1942. Age 23. Son of Albert William and Lily Ann Anderson, of Tarwin Lower, Victoria. C5. E. 9.

ANDREWS, Private, ALAN EDGAR, WX2208. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th November 1942. Age 26. Son of Eldred and Agnes May Andrews. B7. D. 4.

ANDREWS, Private, GORDON NORMAN, SX952. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th August 1942. Age 28. Son of Henry Elias and Louisa Andrews; husband of Ellenor Gwendoline Andrews, of Woodville, South Australia. A2. D. 19.

ANDREWS, Sergeant, STANLEY EDWARD, QX2059. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st January 1943. Age 26. Son of Edward Charles and Naomi Andrews, of Yungaburra, Queensland. B6. A. 27.

ANLEZARK, Lance Corporal, REGINALD FREDERICK, NX57897. A.LF. 216 Armd. Refit. Australian Armoured Corps. 25th August 1943. Age 26. Son of Clifton and Ethel May Anlezark; husband of Isobel Sarah Anlezark, of Gilgandra, New South Wales. C 1. B. 8.

ANSON, Craftsman, HENRY JOSEPH, VX101031. A.LF. 67 Lt. A.A. S/L. Wksp. Australian Corps of Electrical & Mech. Engrs. 10th April 1943. Age 22. Son of Henry Edward and Julia May Anson; husband of Dorothy June Anson, of Paaratte, Victoria. B 1. A. 7.

ANSOUL, Private, KENNETH JOHN, N286250. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 4th February 1943. Age 23. Son of Augustus George and Alice Ansoul, of Broadmeadow, New South Wales. Al. B. 6.

ANSTEAD, Driver, JOSEPH WILLIAM, NX117002. A.LF. 3 Pack Tpt. Coy. Australian Army Service Corps. 25th January 1944. Age 47. Son of William Thomas Anstead and Elizabeth Anstead; husband of Beatrice Jessie Anstead, of Portland, New South Wales. B6. D. 25.

ANTEES, Private, GEORGE EDWARD, NX71582. A.LF. 2/4 Field Ambulance. Australian Army Medical Corps. 27th November 1942. Age 22. Son of Joseph N. Antees and Julia Antees, of Redfern, New South Wales. A6. C. 21.

APELT, Private, BRYAN DARCY, QX18140. A.LF. 2/25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th November 1942. Age 21. Son of Herbert and Gertrude Isabel May Apelt, of Toowoomba, Queensland. A6. C. 17.

APPLEBEE, Lieutenant, REGINALD, SX3400. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd November 1942. Age 26. C5. C. 16.

APSEY, Lance Corporal, BRIAN BLAKE, NX28346. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th December 1942. Age 20. Son of Edward Herbert and Dorothy Helen Apsey, of Kirnbilli, New South Wales. B5. E. 14.

ARCHER, Private, ERNEST, WX14748. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th December 1942. Age 36. Son of Robert and Catherine Archer; husband of Marion Archer, of Waroona, Western Australia. C5. C. 10.

ARCHER, Private, ROBERT, VX68026. A.LF. 7 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th June 194. Age 31. Son of Edward Fortestville Archer and Adeline Mary Archer, of Smiths Gully, Victoria. B4. B. 12.

ARCHIBALD, Private, FRANK RICHARD, NX15456. A.LF. 2/2 Bn. Australian Infantry. 24th November 1942. Age 27. Son of Frank and Sarah Elizabeth Archibald, of Burnt Bridge, New South Wales. A7. D. 22.

ARKEY, Sergeant, JOHN HENRY, NX94024. A.LF. 13 Small Ship Coy. Royal Australian Engineers. 22nd April 1945. Age 24. Son of George Thomas Arkey and Veronica Man Axkey; husband of Marie Lillian Axkey, of Chatswood, New South Wales. A4. E. 24.

ARKLEY SMITH, Trooper, JOHN, NX113331. A.LF. 2/4 Armd. Refit. Australian Armoured Corps. 26th June 1945. Age 23. Son of William and Doris Mary Arkley Smith, of Blackheath, New South Wales. B4. A. 1 5.

ARMITAGE, Sergeant, HAROLD POOLE, QX1221. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 34. Served as WALTERS, Sgt A. Son of Herbert and Amy Armitage, of Windsor, New South Wales; husband of Rosetta Rene Jean Armitage. B8. D. 11.

ARMSTRONG, Lance Corporal, GEORGE EDWARD, NX47631. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 10th November 1942. Age 31. Son of Robert John Joseph and Priscilla Ellen Armstrong, of McKee's Hill, New South Wales. C7. F. 11.

ARMSTRONG, Sergeant, HAROLD SYDNEY, QX36888. A.LF. 49 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 23. Son of Christopher Edward and Margaret Armstrong, of Albion, Queensland. A7. D. 19.

ARMSTRONG, Corporal, JACK WILLIAM CLIFFORD, NX31207. A.LF. 1 Water Tpt. Grp. Royal Australian Engineers. 17th February 1943. Age 21. Son of Clifford and Annie Ellen Armstrong, of Bunvood, New South Wales. A3. A. 22

ARMSTRONG, Private, THOMAS SELWYN, NX52154. A.LF. 2;7 Bn. Australian Infantry. 5th December 1942. Age 26. Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Armstrong, of South Brisbane, Queensland. B7. B. 1.

ARNOLD, Private, WILLIAM, QX18391. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 5th September 1942. Age 30. Son of William and Margaret Arnold; husband of Iris Patricia Arnold, of Toowoomba, Queensland. A2. C. 3.

AROIN, Private, GORDON BOASE, QX20982. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th December 1942. Age 32. Son of James Robert and Emily Ameba Aroin. B 1. E. 10.

ARTHUR, Lance Corporal, NORMAN GEORGE, QX21604. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 9th November 1942. Age 21. Son of Stanley Oswald Darley Arthur and Helena Elisabeth Arthur, of Yelarbon, Queensland. C6. F. 2.

ASHBURN, Sailor, C M, U.S. Small Ships Section. Australian Merchant Navy. 5th June 1943. A3. E. 24.

ASHDOWNE, Private, GEORGE EDWARD, VX137864. A.LF. 1 hiob. Amn. Rep. Shop. Australian Army Ordnance Corps. 14th September 1943. Age 35. Son of Claude George and Florence Matilda Ashdowne, of North Fitzroy, Victoria. B6. F. 17.

ASTILL, Corporal, HERBERT JAMES, NX31188. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 4th December 1942. Age 28. Son of James Herbert and May Odelia Astill; husband of Ina Winifred Astill, of Rouse Hill, New South Wales. B 1. D. 8.

ATE TELA, Pata (Private), PN3714. A.C.M.F. Pacific Is. Trg. Depot Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th July 1945. C8. F. 23.

ATKIN, Private, SCOTRIC ANZAC ROBERT, SX.12708. A.LF. 2; 10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 17th January 1943. Age 27. Son of James Scotric and Eliza Elizabeth Atkin, of New Mile End, South Australia. A6. A. 19.

ATKINS, Private, RICHARD HENRY, QX16624. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 4th December 1942. Age 31. Son of Charles and Ellen Atkins, of Warialda, New South Wales. C5. F. 22.

ATKINS, Lance Corporal, VICTOR BROUGHTON, NX84016. A.LF. 2/6 Indep. Coy. Australian Infantry. 24th November 1942. Age 20. Son of Victor Broughton Atkins and Ida Muriel Atkins, of Hay, New South Wales. B8. D. 14

ATKINSON, Private, IAN TOWNSEND, QX18503. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. l lth December 1942. Age 25. Son of Robert Townsend Atkinson and Rubey Maud Atkinson, of Mackay, Queensland. B 1. D. 14.

ATTARD, Private, JOSEPH, VX15391. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 9th September 1942. Age 35. Son of San and Jessie Attard. A1. F. 4.

AUBREY, Private, LEONARD JAMES, WX3206. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 2nd December 1942. Age 28. Foster son of Frederick Henry and Florence Kate Hartnell, of Carlisle, Western Australia. A6. B. 16.

AUDSLEY, Gunner, KEITH RAYMOND, N410951. A.C.M.F. 4 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 11th August 1945. Age 21. Son of Raymond Percy and Dorothy Ursula Audsley, of Concord, New South Wales. C2. A. 16.

AVERY, Sergeant, JOHN DENNIS, Mentioned in Despatches, QX217. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 12th January 1943. Age 27. Son of John Goodall Avery and Violet Alberta Avery, of Yeronga, Queensland. A7. D. 15.

AYLIFFE, Corporal, JIM, SX1572. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th January 1943. Age 24. Son of William Lionel and Catherine Kathleen Antony Ayliffe, of Kingscote, South Australia. B 1. F. 27.

AYLWARD, Private, PATRICK JOHN, Mentioned in Despatches, QX1390. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1 st January 1943. Age 32. B6. B. 16.

AYTON, Lieutenant, GEOFFREY CAMPBELL, NX1897. A.LF. 106 Tk/A. Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 9th November 1943. Age 28. Son of Raymond John and Annie Campbell Ayton. A8. D. 26.
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BADENOCH, Private, PERCY ARTHUR, SX12372. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 26th December 1942. Age 24. Son of Hurtle William Archibald Leopold and Amelia Dorothy Badenoch, of Carey's Gully, South Australia. B6. C. 8.

BAGENAL, Corporal, PHILIP, SX10367. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th January 1943. Age 22. Son of Philip Hope Edward and Alison Mary Bagenal, of Leaside, Hertingfordbury, Hertfordshire, England. A8. A. 7.

BAHR, Private, ERIC JOHN, V220096. A.C.M.F. 7 Bn. Australian Infantry. 13th August 1945. Age 26. Son of John Henry and Gertrude Hilda Bahr, of Karween, Victoria. B5. B. 18.

BAILEY, Private, DAVID EDWARD, NX163923. A.LF. 19 Field. Amb. Australian Army Medical Corps. 6th February 1945. Age 21. Son of David Oscar and Mabel May Bailey, of Llandilo, New South Wales. A4. C. 1.

BAILEY, Private, FRANCIS ANZAC, Q.33995. 19 Field Amb. Australian Army Medical Corps. 9th June 1945. Age 29. Son of Thomas Francis and Jessie Slater Bailey, of West Townsville, Queensland. B5. A. 15.

BAIN, Private, RUSSELL, NX131932. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th December 1942. Age 25. Husband of Irene Bain, of Liverpool, New South Wales. B7. A. 12.

BAIRD, Lieutenant, ATHOL CAMPBELL, NX56438. A.LF. 2/5 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 28th August 1942. Age 26. Son of Arthur Campbell Baird and Mylie Rachel Baird, of Point Clare, New South Wales. A2. B. 12.

BAIRD, Corporal, ROBERT, VX2291 1. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 16th January 1943. Age 24. Son of John and Barbara Baird, of East Coburg, Victoria. B 1. F. 22.

BAK, Lieutenant, CECIL JAMES, QX61455. A.LF. 31/51 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th February 1945. Age 24. Son of James Jensen Bak and Alice Ruby Bak; husband of Dorothy May Bak, of Cairns, Queensland. A4. C. 7.

BAKER, Bombardier, CECIL EDMOND, N176801. A.C.M.F. 51 Mob. S/L Bty. Royal Australian Artillery. 2nd July 1944. Age 34. Son of Cecil Edmond and Florence Emmie Baker; husband of Isabella Mabel Baker, of Burwood, New South Wales. B3. C. 21.

BAKER, Lieutenant, GLEN GEORGE, QX53195. A.LF. 4 Ord. Depot. Australian Army Ordnance Corps. 15th December 1943. Age 28. Son of Mary Baker; husband of Mavis Jean Baker, of New Farm, Queensland. B6. D. 1.

BAKER, Private, JOHN, WX5623. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 15th September 1942. Age 26. Son of Joseph and Annie Matilda Baker, of Tenton, Somerset, England. A1. D. 15.

BAKER, Sapper, PERCY THOMAS, NX157142. A.LF. 5 Field Coy. Royal Australian Engineers. 24th July 1945. Age 26. B4. C. 10.

BALCHIN, Private, FREDERICK WILLIAM, WX7914. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1942. Age 24. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Balchin, of Fremantle, Western Australia. B3. A. 3.

BALDOCK, Sergeant, GEORGE STANFORD, SX947. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th August 1942. Age 43. Son of William and Pamela Baldock; husband of Dorothy Catherine Eunson Baldock, of Mile End, South Australia. A2. B. 2.

BALDWIN, Lieutenant, CHARLES GEORGE, NX68015. A.LF. 2/124 Bde. Wksp. Australian Corps of Electrical & Mech. Engrs. 22nd September 1943. Age 43. Son of Charles George and Susan Maria Baldwin; husband of Emily May Baldwin, of Parramatta, New South Wales. B7. E. 13.

BALDWIN, Sapper, JOHN, QX50752. A.LF. 42 Ldg. Craft Coy. Royal Australian Engineers. 2nd August 1945. Age 25. Son of Howard Bristo Baldwin and Fanny M. Baldwin, of Wooloowin, Queensland. B5. A. 12

BALDWIN, Corporal, JOHN EDWIN, VX115997. A.LF. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 6th December 1942. Age 23. Son of John William Robert and Mary Baldwin, of Nilina, Victoria. C5. D. 6.

BALL, Private, HENRY EDWARD, QX38367. A.LF. 49 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 31. Son of Henry Luke and Grace Ball, of Ipswich, Queensland. A6. C. 27

BALL, Lance Corporal, JOHN JOSEPH, QX284. A.LF. 2~9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 3rd September 1942. Age 22. Son of William and Alison Maud Ball, of Maroochydore, Queensland. A2. D. 3.

BALL, Corporal, MERVYN, Mentioned in Despatches, QX1793. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1942. Age 25. Son of Thomas and Lilian Mary Ball, of Charleville, Queensland. A2. F. 4.

BALL, Private, WILLIAM MORISON, NX87976. A.LF. 2/25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th December 1943. Age 27. Son of George Thomas Ball and Murial Maude Ball; husband of Lillian Alice Ball, of Ryde, New South Wales. B2. B. 20.

BALLARD, Private, COLIN FLETCHER, QX35546. A.LF. 61 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th July 1945. Age 27. Son of Charles Victor and Lily May Ballard, of Ashgrove, Queensland. C 1. A. 19.

BAMBURY, Private, GEORGE CHARLES, Mentioned in Despatches, VX143591. A.LF. 24th Bn. Australian Infantry. 11 th May 1945. Age 21. Son of Charles and Edith Bambury, of Boronia, Victoria. A4. F. 12.

BAND, Lieut Commander (S), JOHN MORREL, H.M.A.S. Basilisk. Royal Australian Naval Reserve. 23rd September 1943. Age 41. Son of John Oliver and Margaret Band; husband of Violet Band, of Harlow, Essex, England. B5. C. 23.

BANKS, Private, ROBERT HENRY, VX118990. A.LF. 57/60 Bn. Australian Infantry. 13th June 1945. Age 26. Son of Robert and Lily May Banks; husband of Adelaide Miriam Banks, of West Footscray, Victoria. Cl. C. 21.

BANNERMAN, Warrant Officer Class II, GEORGE THOMAS, QX48086. A.LF. 29 Bde. Australian Infantry. 14th March 1943. Age 42. Son of John and Harriet Bannerman; husband of Jessie Winifred May Bannerman, of Rockhampton, Queensland. A3. B. 7.

BARCLAY, Captain, PETER, NX4124. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd October 1942. Age 28. Son of Aubrey de Rune Barclay and Alice Anne Barclays husband of Phyllis Ettie Barday, of Chatswood, New South Wales. B7. F. 14.

BARFIELD, Lance Corporal, ROBERT WILLIAM, SX14819. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th December 1942. Age 21. Son of William Thomas Benjamin and Margaret Catherine Barfield, of Berri, South Australia. B5. F. 11.

BARGES, Private, EDWIN, N377945. A.C.M.F. 9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th November 1944. Age 28. Son of Henry and Andrea Katherine Barges; husband of Kathleen Elizabeth Barges, of Yass, New South Wales. A3. F. 10.

BARKER, Corporal, BASIL THOMAS HENRY ELIJAH, TX629. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. l lth January 1943. Age 28. Son of Thomas and Flora Barker; husband of Fay Marjory Barker, of West Hobart, Tasmania. A5. C. 23.

BARKER, Corporal, ERIC, NX68032. Australian Army Amenities Service. 12th March 1944. Age 24. Son of Edward and Mary Barker, of Bexley, New South Wales. B2. F. 14.

BARKER, Corporal, HORACE JOHN, QX37335. A.LF. 26 Bn. Australian Infantry. 14th March 1945. Age 25. Son of Horace Marlow Barker and Ethel May Barker, of Bowen, North Queensland. B3. E. 10.

BARKER, Wing Commander, NIGEL WILLIAM, 260411. Royal Australian Air Force. 28th January 19 15. Age 31. Son of Nigel Chase Barker and Mary May Barker; husband of Joan Kathleen Barker, of Double Bay, New South Wales. Coll. Grave C8. A. 19 26.

BARLOW, Lieutenant, EUSTACE DOUGLAS, QX5580. 2/7. Australian Cavalry Regiment. 19th December 1942. Age 29. Son of Arthur Eustace and Irene Margaret Barlow, of Toowoomba, Queensland. A7. C. 24.

BARNES, Private, ARTHUR ERSKINE, N91742. A.C.M.F. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th December 1942. Age 22. Son of William Sydney James Barnes and Florence Maud Barnes, of North Strathfield, New South Wales. A5. A. 23.

BAXNES, Corporal, CLEVE, QX55933. A.LF. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 25th February 1945. Age 29. Husband of Mrs. M. C. Barnes, of Blackbutt, Queensland. C 1. C. 22.

BARNES, Private, FRED, SX18707. A.LF. 2;10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th January 1943. Age 35. Son of William and Elizabeth Mary Ann Barnes; husband of Mary Florence Barnes, of Parkside, South Australia. A8. A. 25.

BARNES, Corporal, WILLIAM STEPHEN, N42976. A.C.M.F. 3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 17th October 1942. Age 23. Son of William Joseph and Florence Ethel Barnes, of Lidcombe, New South Wales. B7. C. 24.

BARNETT, Private, HAROLD, VX 14077. A.LF. H.Q. Australian Division. 27th November 1942. Age 37. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Barnett, of Crowland, Lincolnshire, England. A6. E. 5.

BARRETT, Private, EDWARD JAMES, QX51330. A.LF. 42 Bn. Australian Infantry. 2nd July 1945. Age 29. Son of Thomas and Catherine Barrett, of Atherton, Queensland. B4. C. 23.

BARRETT, Private, JOHN STEPHEN, NX190095. A.LF. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 13th May 1945. Age 24. Son of John Patrick and Alice Emma Barren, of Redfern, New South Wales B5. R. 7

BARRETT, Private, ROBERT MCMORRON, VX15681. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th August 1942. Age 32. Son of Robert McMorron Barrett and Elizabeth Brounlie Barren, of Glasgow, Scotland. C6. F. 6.

BARRETT, Private, THEODORE PATRICK, NX4201 1. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 24th October 1942. Age 22. Son of William Edward and May Barrett; husband of Pauline Margaret Barren, of Marnckville, New South Wales. B7. C. 20.

BARRITT, Private, LEONARD, QX3455. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1942. Age 22. Son of George William and Minnie Barritt, of Bundaberg, Queensland. A?. E. 17.

BARRITT, Steward 1st Class, WILLIAM JOHN, M.V. Macdhui (Sydney). Australian Merchant Navy. 17th June 1942. Age 38. Son of William Edward and Alice Marie Vanden Barritt; husband of Olive Jessie Barrio, of Wilston, Queensland. B 1. A. 12.

BARRON, Private, WILLIAM JOHN, QX16825. A.LF. 49 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 28. Son of Andrew Joseph and Florence May Barron, of Toowoomba, Queensland. A5. C. 20.

BARRY, Private, KEVIN JAMES, Q121621. A.C.M.F. 61 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th August 1942. Age 21. Son of Robert Walter and Mary Josephine Barry, of Auchenflower, Queensland. A2. E. 11.

BARRY, Private, RICHARD THOMAS, Q36647. A.C.M.F. 42 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th July 1945. Age 28. Son of John Joseph and Ann Elizabeth Barry, of Gladstone, Queensland. B4. C. 1.

BARTER, Sergeant, REGINALD THOMAS, 60200. Royal Australian Air Force. 28th January 1945. Age 24. Son of Thomas Henry and Edith Emily Barter; husband of Jean Eileen Barter, of Parramatta New South Wales. Coll. Grave C 8. A. 19 26..

BARTLETT, Sapper, ALAN GEORGE, VX118472. A.LF. 15 Field Coy. Royal Australian Engineers. 28th March 1945. Age 23. Son of Lionel Robert and Ethel May Bartlett, of Mentone, Victoria B4. F. 14.

BARTLETT, Private, ALBERT LESLIE, SX18212. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st January 1943. Age 22. Son of Albert Josiah and Jessie Hannah Bartlett, of Willowie, South Australia. A6. C. 1.

BARTLETT, Private, JAMES ROY, NX153004. A.LF. 31/51 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th January 1945. Age 24. Son of Roy and Elizabeth Sarah Bartlett, of Dunedoo, New South Wales. A4. D. 7.

BARTON, Private, GEORGE EDWARD, QX36797. A.LF. 49 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 23. Son of John Robert Patrick and Johanna Alvena Barton, of Bowen, Queensland. A7. F 14

BARTON, Private, JOSEPH JOHN, NX44322. A LF 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th November 1942. Age 20. Son of Joseph and Mary Elizabeth Barton, of Gorse Hill, Stretford, Lancashire, England. A5. E. 27.

BARTON, Private, JACK WILKINSON, NX60000. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 15th November 1942. Age 20. Son of Allan Fitzgerald Barton and Brenda Barton, of Toronto, New South Wales. B 1. C. 10

BASS, Private, RONALD BASIL, TX1208. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st September 1942. Age 25. on of Sidney William and Elsie Alice Bass; husband of Joyce Minnie Bass, of Launceston, Tasmania. A2. C. 24.

BASTIAN, Corporal, REGINALD THOMAS, SX12714. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th November 1942. Age 23. Son of Frederick John and Beatrice Alice Bastian, of Fullarton Estate, South Australia. A6. D. 6.

BASTOCK, Private, LESLIE THOMAS, NX129455. A.LF. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th December 1942. Age 23. Son of John and Ann Elizabeth Bastock, of Marrickville, New South Wales. A6. E. 15.

BATE, Flying Officer, ALFRED VINCENT ERIC, 431161. Royal Australian Air Force. 28th January 1945. Age 31. Son of Richard Alfred and Annie Valentine Bate; husband of Constance Bate, of East Brighton; Victoria. Coll. Grave C8. A. 19 26.

BATTYE, Sergeant, ERIC ARTHUR ROGER, SX2591. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 24th December 1942. Age 24. Son of Roger Arthur Thomas Battye and Ruby Florence Battye, of Mt. Gambier, South Australia. B8. D. 12.

BATY, Lieutenant, HARRY BENHAM, QX3174. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 29. Son of Thomas Benham Baty and Nellie Baty, of Gympie, Queensland. B7. A. 13.

BAUMAN, Captain, CEDRIC HOLROYD, VX102650. A.LF. 58/59 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1 lth June 1945. Age 26. Son of Carl William August Bauman and Jessie Catherine Bauman, of Moonee Ponds, Victoria. A4. F. 25.

BAXTER, Private, ROBERT EDWARD, WX8422. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 5th December 1942. Age 27. Son of James and Mary Baxter, of Tuart Hill, Western Australia. C6. A. 15.

BAYLIS, Corporal, HARRY SKYRING, QX5005. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 10th November 1942. Age 25. Son of William James Baylis and Irene Gertrude Mary Baylis, of Yeerongpilly, Queensland. C7. B. 7.

BEASLEY, Corporal, SIDNEY MALCOLM, N36624. A.C.M.F. 11 Div. Prov. Coy. Australian Army Provost Corps. 23rd January 1943. Age 26. Son of Herbert and Janet Beasley; husband of Dorothy Adelaide Beasley, of Kingsford, New South Wales. A3. A. 18.

BEATTIE, Private, THOMAS, QX60338. A.LF. 26 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th May 1945. Age 35. Son of James Alexander and Annie Maria Beanie; husband of Jessie Isabel Beattie, of Kingston, Queensland. B5. B. 6.

BEATTY, Corporal, PATRICK HARLEY DAVID, QX20887. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st December 1942. Age 25. Son of Wilson Dacres Beatty and Ellen Maud Beatty, of Nuken, Queensland. A6. B. 25.

BEAUMONT, Warrant Officer Class II, JOHN RAYMOND, VX 22662. A.LF. 1 Water Tpt., Grp. Royal Australian Engineers. 24th March 1943. Age 34. Son of Claude and Blanche Lilian O'Neill Beaumont; husband of Elizabeth Mary Beaumont, of Prahran, Victoria. B5. D. 2.

BEAVEN, Private, FRANK WALLIS, VX123423. A.LF. 9 Field. Amb. Australian Army Medical Corps. 10th May 1944. Age 36. Son of George Frederick and Ellen Marion Beaven; husband of Josephine Maria Beaven, of Glen Iris, Victoria. B2. F. 26.

BEAZLEY, Captain, EDWARD THOMAS, VX6564. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd November 1942. Age 30. Son of Edward and Ida Mary Beazley; husband of Julia Dorothea Beazley, of Albury, New South Wales. C5. E. 19.

BEBI NOA, Pata (Private), PN4032. A.C.M.F. 1 Papuan Bn. Australian Infantry. 25th July 1945. Age 20. C8. E. 14.

BECK, Sailor, FRANK, TC 7855. U.S. Small Ships Section. Australian Merchant Navy. 7th December 1944. Husband of Catherine Beck, of Elizabeth Bay, New South Wales. A3. E. 18.

BECKER, Gunner, NORMAN KEITH, N272967. A.C.M.F. 83 Mob. S/7.. Bty. Royal Australian Artillery. 18th January 1944. Age 19. Son of Percy Milton Becker and Annie Becker, of Merrylands, New South Wales. B6. D. 24.

BEDINGTON, Lance Corporal, IVAN GEORGE, QX63525. A.LF. 15 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th July 1945. Age 22. Son of William Francis and Edith Bedington, of Coorparoo, Queensland. C2. B. 9.

BEEDHAVI, Private, LLOYD WINDERMERE, QX11841. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th November 1942. Age 26. Son of Frederick Lancelot Kipling Beedham and Vivienne Mildred May Beedham, of Sydney, New South Wales. B7. C. 23.

BEER, Private, REGINALD CHARLES, SX12727. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd November 1942. Age 24. Son of John Charles and Alice Mary Beer; husband of Alice Mary Sophia Beer, of Semaphore, South Australia. C5. B. 5.

BEER, Leading Aircraftman, WILLIAM JAMES, 78642. Royal Australian Air Force. 27th October 1943. Age 29. Son of David George and Mary Ann Beer, of Manly, Queensland. B2. B. 8.

BEITZ, Sergeant, GORDON THOMAS, 414637. Royal Australian Air Force. 14th September 1942. Age 21. Son of Charles Frederick and Nora Beitz, of Roma, Queensland. B2. C. 8.

BEKAI, Pata (Private), 579. A.C.M.F. Papuan Bn. Australian Infantry. 16th August 1946. C8. E. 15.

BELFORD, Private, NOEL FREDERICK, NX 177751. A.LF. 47 Bn. Australian Infantry. 16th January 1945. Age 19. Son of Frederick Charters Belford and Ellen Mary Belford, of Bondi, New South Wales. A4. B. 8.

BELL, Trooper, JAMES NORTH, QX5707. A.LF.2/7. Australian Cavalry Regiment. 19th December 1942. Age 23. Son of James Edgar North Bell and Doris Geraldine Churchill Bell, of Taroom, Queensland. A7. C. 21

BELLAMY, Private, RONALD ARTHUR, NX132639. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd December 1942. Age 20. Son of Oliver Arthur and Winifred Fannie Bellamy, of Lismore, New South Wales. B8. E. 21.

BELMER, Captain, ROSSALL STUART, NX76358. A.LF. 2/6 Indep. Coy. Australian Infantry. 2nd December 1942. Age 27. Son of Charles Horace and Elsie Ellen Belmer; husband of Lillian Jannette Belmer, of Clovelly, New South Wales. B8. D. 19.

BENDA, Private, GORDON, QX15695. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 2nd January 1943. Age 34. Son of Hermann and Margaret Benda. B 1. F. 8.

BENDER, Private, EDMUND LAWRENCE WILLIAM, N22016. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st December 1942. Age 26. Son of Joseph Edward and Ellena Amelia Blanche Bender, of Annandale, New South Wales. A7. B. 12.

BENFIELD, Private, NATHANIEL JOHN, NX502 1. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st November 1942. Age 27. Son of John Henry and Rose Benfield; husband of Mary Joyce Benfield, of Croydon Park, New South Wales. A5. F. 22.

BENNETT, Sergeant, ARTHUR ALLAN, Mentioned in Despatches, VX89415. A.LF. 7 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th June 1945. Age 28. Son of Albert Henry and Ada Victoria Bennett, of Merbein, Victoria. B5. A. 5.

BENNETT, Private, GEORGE PETER, SX598 1. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1942. Age 19. Son of William and Georgina Bennett, of Norwood, South Australia. B3. B. 19.

BENNETT, Private, HECTOR WILLIAM, NX129805. A.LF. 16 Ord. Ammunition Coy. Australian Army Ordnance Corps. 12th October 1943. Age 28. Son of Hector Edward and Clara Jane Bennett, of Armidale, New South Wales. B5. D. 15.

BENNETT, Private, MAURICE FREDERICK, N203976. A.C.M.F. H.Q. 4. Australian Infantry Brigade. 12th July 1943. Age 27. Son of Michael Denis and Barbara Bennett, of Borambola, New South Wales. A3. C. 1.

BENNETT, Private, RICK, TX1302. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 3rd September 1942. Age 23. Son of John Andrew and Maria Bennett, of Weetah, Tasmania. A2. E. 22.

BENNIE, Lieutenant, JOHN SMITH, SX12507. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th November 1942. Age 26. Son of John Towart Bennie and Rose Bennie; husband of Mary Helen Bennie, of Dunleath Gardens, South Australia. A6. B. 17.

BENSON, Lance Corporal, EDWARD, TX5022. A.LF. 2/ 12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1 st January 1943. Age 28. Son of Tediman and Margaret Benson, of Launceston, Tasmania. B6. B. 19.

BENSON, Corporal, HENRY ANTHONY, NX9586. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd November 1942. Age 21. Son of Mary Benson, of Kings Cross, New South Wales. A6. F. 19.

BENT, Private, ROY HENRY, N22009. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th December 1942. Age 22. Son of John Henry and Lily Bent. A8. C. 20.

BENTLEY, Private, EDWARD DAVID JAMES, NX72306. A.LF. 2/1 Field Amb., Australian Army Medical Corps. Australian Army Medical Corps. 22nd October 1942. Age 27. Son of Edwin and Laura Bentley, of Balmain, New South Wales. C7. B. 13.

BENTON, Private, RONALD ARTHUR, SX38808. A.LF. 27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th June 1945. Age 21. Son of William Henry Albert Leslie and Evelyn Benton, of Adelaide, South Australia. B4. E. 1.

BERESFORD, Major, BRIAN DE LA POER, Twice mentioned in Despatches, WX1551. A.LF. 2/11 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 32. Son of George Stuart de la Poer Beresford and Margaret Anne Beresford; husband of Valmai Villiers Beresford, of Daglish, Western Australia. A5. C. 3.

BERIMAN, Lance Corporal, JOHN EDMUND, V220278. A.C.M.F. 29/46 Bn. Australian Infantry. 14th April 1943. Age 19. Son of James and Alice Beriman, of Mildura, Victoria. A3. B. 13.

BERRELL, Corporal, FRANCIS GEORGE, QX12769. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 25. Son of Michael Francis and Isabel Marie Beirell, of Braidwood, New South Wales. B7. B. 21.

BERRYMAN, Signalman, WILLIAM THOMAS, 547281. A.C.M.F. 15 In? Bde. Sig. Sec. Australian Corps of Signals. 21st April 1945. Age 22. Son of Alexander John and Myra Berryman, of Somerton, South Australia. A4. F. 14.

BESANKO, Private, MAURICE TREVOR, SX13547. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th November 1942. Age 25. Son of Alfred Ernest and Florence Mary Besanko, of Wayville, South Australia. B5. F. 26.

BEST, Captain, EDWIN WALLACE, Mentioned in Despatches, SX2933. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st December 1942. Age 25. Son of George Robert and Ethel Marguerite Best, of St. Peters, South Australia. B6. A. 8.

BEST, Private, GARTH EDWIN, Q16271. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 12th June 1944. Age 25. Son of John Edwin and Ruth Elena Best, of Sandgate, Queensland. B7. D. 27.

BEST, Private, WILLIAM BENJAMIN, QX4210. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th December 1942. Age 28. Son of Benjamin Archie and Lydia Martha Best, of Sandgate, Queensland. B8. E. 5.

BETRO, Private, GEORGE, SX10118. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th December 1942. Age 35. Son of John and Zarify Lily Betro; husband of Veda Veronica Betro, of Norwood, South Australia. B 1. E. 22.

BEVAN, Warrant Officer (W. Op. [Air]), KENNETH CLEMENT, 1140088. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 2nd July 1945. Age 22. Son of Richard and Margaret Bevan, of Liverpool, England. B3. D. 18.

BEVERIDGE, Private, CYRIL HOWARD, VX14989. A.LF. H.Q. 21. Australian Infantry Brigade. 9th September 1942. Age 29. Husband of Mrs. K. T. Beveridge, of Carlton, Victoria. B3 B 22

BEWERT, Private, VICTOR STANLEY, QX20641. A. I. F. 2/25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th November 1942. Age 22. Son of John George Andreas Bewert and Charlottie Sophia Bewert, of Woodvale, Queensland. A6. C. 14.

BIELBY, Private, WILLIAM JAMES, QX20494. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1942. Age 23. Son of Herbert and Mary Ann Bielby, of Springsure, Queensland. A2. C. 15.

BIGGAR, Private, RAYMOND MCFARLANE, QX42818. A.LF. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st February 1945. Age 23. Son of Arthur Richard and Isa Gowan Biggar, of Toowoomba, Queensland. C 1. C. 19.

BILLINGS, Private, JAMES WILLIAM, V65254. A.C.M.F. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th April 1942. Age 28. Son of Henry James Billings and Mildred Louisa Billings, of Inglewood, Victoria. Al. A. 13.

BILSBOROUGH, Private, EDWARD JOSEPH, NX28896. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 17th October 1942. Age 20. Son of Ernest George and Alice May Bilsborough, of Bingara, New South Wales. B8. A. 6.

BINGLEY, Private, ALLAN CYRIL, TX6677. A.LF. 2/25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 5th January 1944. Age 26. Son of Cyril James Bingley and Elma Maud Bingley; husband of Kathleen May Bingley, of Launceston, Tasmania. B2. E. 4.

BIRCH, Private, RONALD NELSON ROBERT, WX4717. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st December 1942. Age 29. Son of Richard Aubrey and Hannah Maud Birch, of Fremantle, Western Australia. C5. D. 4.

BIRD, Private, ROY FRANK, VX78975. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th September 1943. Age 35. Son of Frank John and Annie Bird; husband of Doris Mary Bird, of Lance Creek, Victoria. C 1. C. 7.

BIRNIE, Lieutenant, CHARLES HENRY DENNIS, QX19152. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th November 1942. Age 23. Son of Harry Alexander and Anne Jane Birnie; husband of Ethel Miriam Birnie, of Cairns, Queensland. C7. C. 8.

BIRT, Gunner, JOHN KENNETH, NX97445. A.LF. 216 Hvy. A.A. Bty. Royal Australian Artillery. 21st July 1943. Age 20. Son of John Walter and Ada Amelia Birt, of Marnckville, New South Wales. A3. C. 3.

BISSET, Lieutenant, THOMAS HAROLD, VX14631. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th August 1942. Age 32. Son of George Simpson Bisset and Olive Noeline Bisset, of Surrey Hills, Victoria. C6. F. 13.

BLACKBURN, Private, RAYMOND, VX21542. A.LF. 2/5 Field. Amb. Australian Army Medical Corps. 23rd October 1942. Age 20. Son of Michael Joseph Whitlock Blackburn and Betsy Jane Blackburn, of Hawthorn, Victoria. A3. A. 9.

BLACKMAN, Private, ALFRED GEORGE, WX32824. A.LF. 2/4 Indep. Coy. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1943. Age 20. Son of Alfred George and Mary Elizabeth Blackman, of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. A8. E. 12.

BLACKVIORE, Sergeant, FRANCIS LEONARD HENRY, 47042. Royal Australian Air Force. 18th September 1945. Age 28. Son of Charles Henry and Amy Blackmore; husband of Isabel Jean Blackmore, of Welland, South Australia. C8. B. 1 25(Coll).

BLACKWELL, Private, ALAN CHARLES, SX11885. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd November 1942. Age 30. Son of Arthur Charles and Louisa Maud Blackwell; husband of Doris Maria Antonia Black well, of Glenelg, South Australia. B8. F. 6.

BLAIN, Lieutenant, REGINALD NORMAN, NX 1951. A.LF. 2/2 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th October 1942. Age 24. Son of Harry John Adair Blain and Hilda Florence Blain, of Glen Innes, New South Wales. C7. D. 21.

BLAKE, Private, ALBERT CHARLES, QX14149. A.LF. 2/25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th October 1942. Age 22. Son of William George and Elizabeth Ann Blake, of Southport, Queensland. C7. F. 20.

BLAKE, Private, WILLIAM DENNIS, SX15789. A.LF. 2/6 Indep. Coy. Australian Infantry. 2nd December 1942. Age 20. Son of William Harvey Blake and Marion Beatrice Blake, of Waikerie, South Australia. B8. D. 13.

BLAIVIEY, Captain, JACK MURRAY, NX34853. A.LF. 2/2 Bn. Australian Infantry. 26th November 1942. Age 28. Son of James Cardell Blarney and Emily Clara Blarney, of Manly, New South Wales. LL.B. A7. A. 1.

BLAY DON, Private, ROBERT GEORGE, N21118. A.C.M.F. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 14th December 1942. Age 26. Son of John and Ettie Blaydon, of Annandale, New South Wales. C6. B. 19.

BLEEZE, Gunner, CLAUDE, S11799. A.C.M.F. 13 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 2nd March 1943. Age 28. Son of Walter Thomas Bleeze and Rubenia Olive Bleeze, of Gumeracha, South Australia. Al. C. 10.

BLICHARSKI, Craftsman, GEORGE HENRY, Q127614. A.C.M.F. Fauro Island Area Wksp. Australian Corps of Electrical & Mech. Engrs. 27th February 1946. Age 24. Son of Otto George and Eleanor Catherine Blicharski, of Charleville, Queensland. C2. C. 3.

BLIESCHKE, Sergeant, HERMAN KEITH, SX39760. A.LF. 27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 13th July 1945. Age 24. Son of Adolph Herman and Elizabeth Mary Blieschke; husband of Nora Francis Blieschke, of Wilmington, South Australia. B4. D. 10.

BLISS, Private, GEORGE LEONARD FARRELL, N244163. A.C.M.F. 3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th October 1942. Age 20. Son of Farrell and Rebecca Bliss, of Yass, New South Wales. C7. E. 10.

BLOOMER, Private, FRANCIS HERBERT, VX134955. A.LF. 8 Bn. Australian Infantry. 16th July 1945. Age 22. Son of John Philip and Charlotte Bloomer, of Warracknabeal, Victoria. C2. A. 17.

BLUNDY, Private, RUPERT HORACE, WX11711. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1942. Age 23. Son of Rupert Alfred and Ada Grace Blundy, of Nyabing, Western Australia. B3. A. 13.

BOARD, Private, LESLIE ALFRED, WX5674. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th December 1942. Age 26. Son of William John and Maud Board, of Mount Barker, Western Australia. C5. E. 13.

BOASE, Sapper, WILLIAM HOWARD, VX130749. A.LF. 7 Field Coy. Royal Australian Engineers. 7th August 1945. Age 23. Son of William Howard and Evelyn Boase, of Newport, Victoria. B4. C. 15.

BODDINGTON, Lieutenant, WILLIAM GEORGE, VX39187. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th August 1942. Age 33. Son of Henry Albert and Mary Ellen Boddington, of Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand. B.Com. C6. F. 18.

BODEL, Gunner, ROSS JAMES, NX37164. A.LF. 2/11 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 1 lth December 1945. Age 25. Son of John Thomas Bodel and Eileen Mary Bodel, of Goulburn. New South Wales. B4. E. 13.

BODEN, Private, EDWARD ARTHUR, SX10127. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd November 1942. Age 26. Son of Thomas Henry Edward and Effie Boden, of Cadell, South Australia. B8. F. 13.

BOKORO KAEAN, Pata (Private), 684. A.C.M.F. Papuan Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th April 194. Age 24. C8. F. 21.

BOLAND, Private, DANIEL, N267929. A.C.M.F. 3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th October 1942. Age 29. Son of James and Anastasia Boland, of Cathcart. New South Wales. C7. B. 8.

BOLGER, Lieutenant Colonel, JOHN BENEDICT, NX462. A.LF. 2/6 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 26th November 1943. Age 29. Son of William Joseph and Mary Josephine Bolger, of Malvern, victoria. B2. D. 11.

BOLLEN, Private, JAMES EDWIN, SX1504. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th August 1942. Age 30. Son of Fred and Jessie Emma Bollen, of Broken Hill, New South Wales. A2. D. 20.

BOLTON, Driver, CLARENCE MITCHELL, NX56751. A.LF. 141 Gen. Tpt. Coy. Australian Army Service Corps. 13th April 1943. Age 21. Son of William and Evlyn May Bolton, of Maryvale, New South Wales. A1. C. 21.

BOMAN, Private, REGINALD JOHN, NX 11350. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd November 1942. Age 26. Foster son of Gus and Helen William Boekeman, of Darlinghurst, New South Wales. C5. F. 15.

BOND, Corporal, DOUGLAS JOFFRE, 5X4569. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st December 1942. Age 27. Son of William Henry and Millicent Daisy Maude Bond, of Clare, South Australia; husband of Dorothy Janet Bond, of Jervois, South Australia. B5. F. 6.

BONSER, Private, REUBEN JAMES DARCY, VX107906. A.LF. 22 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th April 1943. Age 23. Son of Reuben James Bonser and Emma Bonser, of Mentone, Victoria. A3. B. 18.

BOON, Private, ROBERT THOMAS, SX5919. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th November 1942. Age 23. Son of Robert Thomas Boon and Annie Veronica Boon. B6. A. 4.

BOOTH, Corporal, ANTHONY FELIX, NX17385. A.LF. 9 Div. Carrier Coy. Australian Infantry. 9th February 1944. Age 24. Son of John Felix and Agnes Mary Booth, of Vaucluse, New South Wales. B2. F. 2.

BOOTH, Sergeant, ALBERT GEORGE, QX36891. A.LF. 49 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 23. Son of William and Lily Booth, of Beverly Hills, New South Wales. A5. C. 17.

BOOTH, Private, EDWARD JAMES, NX54448. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st November 1943. Age 33. Son of Henry Robert and Henrietta Matilda Booth. B2. B. 11.

BOOTHMAN, Sergeant, JOSEPH LEO, QX19574. A.LF. 2/4 Indep. Coy. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1943. Age 33. Son of William Henry and Mary Louisa Boothman, of Auchenflower, Queensland. A8. E. 27.

BORAGE, Tikai (Lance Corporal), P22. A.C.M.F. Papuan Bn. Australian Infantry. 24th November 1942. Age 33. C8. E. 2.

BORLAND, Flying Officer, JOHN HAROLD, 405569. Royal Australian Air Force. 10th November 1942. Age 28. Son of John William and Ruby Frances Borland; husband of Ethel Mary Borland, of Caloundra, Queensland. B2. C. 9.

BOSGARD, Captain, ATHELSTAN KENDALL, NX34874. A.LF. 2/2 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th November 1942. Age 28. Son of Laurits and Eleonora Bosgard, of Mosman, New South Wales. B. Ec. (Sydney). A7. B. 8.

BOSWELL, Corporal, JOHN WILLIAM HENRY, VX104404. A.LF. 24 Bn. Australian Infantry. 13th May 1945. Age 24. Son of William George and Eliza Boswell, of Hawthorn East, Victoria. A4. F. 5.

BOUGHTON, Corporal, CHARLES GEOFFREY, NX38452. A.LF. 2/6 Armd. Regt. Australian Armoured Corps. 12th January 1943. Age 28. Son of Charles Frederick and Mary Eleanor Boughton, of Pallamallawa, New South Wales. A6. B. 4.

BOULTON, Lance Corporal, JOHN GRAHAM, N247449. 55 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th October 1942. Age 19. Son of Norman Les and Helna Margaret Boulton, of Lavender Bay, New South Wales. B 1. B. 24.

BOUNDY, Lance Corporal, JOHN JOSEPH HENRY, QX59676. A.LF. 15 Bn. Australian Infantry. 9th July 1945. Age 23. Son of Joseph Henry and Alice Boundy, of Cairns, Queensland. C2. B. 2.

BOURCHIER, Corporal, HENLEY JAMES, SX3773. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 3rd December 1942. Age 23. Son of David James Bourchier and Alice Bourchier; nephew of Mr. B. G. Bourchier, of Mount Gambier, South Australia. A6. B. 14.

BOURKE, Leading Aircrafrman, ALGIE JOHN, 37323. Royal Australian Air Force. 22nd November 1942. Age 38. Son of John Joseph and Gertrude Marion Bourke; husband of Selina Ann Bourke, of Stockton, New South Wales. B2. D. 2.

BOURKE, Private, ARTHUR WILLIAM, N46492. A.C.M.F. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th December 1942. Age 24. Son of James Edward and Ellen Bourke, of Enfield, New South Wales. B6. A. 7.

BOURKE, Private, EDWARD JAMES, NX154720. A.LF. 26 Bn. Australian Infantry. 5th March 1945. Age 2 I . Son of Edward James Bourke and Essie Amelia Bourke, of Belmore, New South Wales. A4. D. 21.

BOURKE, Private, JOHN HERBERT HILTON, QX22100. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 6th September 1942. Age 20. Son of William and Dorothy May Bourke, of Tweed Heads, New South Wales. A2. F. 11.

BOURKE, Sergeant, ROWLAND HUGH ARGYLE, NX4176. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 9th October 1942. Age 27. Son of Donald Hugh and Ivy Pearl Bourke, of Mandurama, New South Wales. B 1. B. 19.

BOWDEN, Private, DESMOND KENARD, SX20331. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 12th February 1943. Age 19. Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Bowden, of Barton, South Australia. A1. B. 19.

BOWDEN, Sergeant, JOHN EVERLEY, SX3084. A.LF. 2/3 Pnr. Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th November 1943. Age 27. Son of John Henry and Mary Ann Bowden, of Mount Hawthorn, Western Australia. B2. A. 12.

BOWDEN, Private, KEITH JOHN, NX/08177. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th September 1945. Age 22. Son of Walter Garner and Clara Myrtle Bowden, of Sans Souci, New South Wales Coll. Grave C8. B. I 25 .

BOWEN, Corporal, PERCY HOPKIN, SX175 1. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry.
24th December 1942. Age 25. Son of Percy Burnet Garfield Bowen and Maude Marion Bowen, of Unley, South Australia. C6. D. 5.

BOWER, Aircraftman 1st Class, HENRY CHARLES MALCOLM, 37472. Royal Australian Air Force. 24th February 1942. Age 26. Son of Henry and Adelaide Bower; husband of Eileen Elizabeth Bower, of South Coogee, New South Wales. B2. C. 24.

BOWES, Corporal, HECTOR FRANK MORTIMER CHRIS., QX39620. A.LF. 49 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 38. Son of John George and Laura Georgina Anne Bowes; husband of Florence Elsie Maud Bowes, of Salisbury, Queensland. A5. C. 11.

BOWLER, Private, ALEXANDER, VX142083. A.LF. 37/52 Bn. Australian Infantry. 16th February 1944. Age 29. Son of James Edward and Williamena Bowler, of Yarck, Victoria. B2. F. 8.

BOWMAN, Private, DOUGLAS ARTHUR, SX442. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th December 1942. Age 26. Son of John Arthur and Lilian Jane Bowman, of Gulnare, South Australia. B6. A. 13.

BOXER, Private, KENNETH ARNOLD, SX18017. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry.
21st October 1943. Age 33. Son of Albert George and Ida Boxer; husband of Rose Gertrude Boxer, of Ethelton, South Australia. B2. A. 2.

BOXHALL, Private, TREVOR JOHN, QX37469. A.LF. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 16th March 1945. Age 29. Son of Thomas and Elvire Mary Robinson Boxhall, of Westbury, Tasmania. B4. F. 23.

BOYCE, Private, THOMAS BARTON, QX4744. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd October 1942. Age 24. Son of Arnold and Jane Sherwood Barton, of Brisbane, Queensland; stepson of Thomas Watters Boyce, of Eagle Junction, Queensland. C7. F. 18.

BOYD, Corporal, ALEX CHARLES IAN, Mentioned in Despatches, VX12950. A.LF. 7 Div. Pro. Coy. Australian Army Provost Corps. 20th November 1942. Age 22. Son of Leslie Turner Boyd and Emily Elizabeth Boyd, of Geelong West, Victoria. A5. A. 11.

BOYD, Private, CHARLES COOPER, V 170263. A.C.M.F. 58/59 Bn. Australian Infantry. 17th March 1945. Age 22. Son of William Herbert and Lucy Malcolm Boyd, of Pomborneit North, Victoria. B5. B. 14.

BOYD, Private, WALTER TYRRELL, NX39678. A.LF. 2/2 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th October 1942. Age 26. Son of Thomas Samuel and Kathleen Boyd, of Henley, New South Wales. C7. E. 21.

BOYLAUID, Private, REGINALD GEORGE, Q17153. A.C.M.F. 49 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 23. Son of John Oscar and Ada Ellen Boyland, of Kenmore, Queensland. A5. E. 19.

BOYLE, Private, ALAN NEVILLE, Q28305. A.C.M.F. 49 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 26. Son of Richard Henry and Dorothy Hannah Boyle, of Kedron, Queensland. A5. C. 1.

BOYLE, Lance Corporal, CECIL JAMES, QX20923. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. l lth November 1942. Age 32. Son of Edward William and Lillian Pearl Boyle, of Murwillumba, New South Wales. C7. F. 19.

BOYLE, Private, DANIEL EDWARD, NX71733. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd October 1942. Age 29. Son of Daniel and Lucy Christina Boyle, of Hurstville, New South Wales. B7. F. 26.

BOYS, Lieutenant, KELVIN REGINALD, Q 16928. A.C.M.F. 9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 17th August 1945. Age 26. Son of Reginald Septimus and Isabel Maud Boys, of Toowoomba, Queensland. C l. A. 25.

BRADFIELD, Lance Corporal, LLOYD, SX2213. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 17th January 1943. Age 32. Husband of Louisa Amy Bradfield, of Lower North Adelaide, South Australia. A6. D.23.

BRADFORD, Private, ALFRED ROBERT, QX5988. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 29. Son of Alfred Ernest and Nellie Maude Bradford, of Tannymorel, Queensland. B7. B. 18.

BRADFORD, Corporal, HAROLD ADRIAN, NX26792. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 15th September 1942. Age 28. Son of William James Bradford and Jessie Ada Bradford; husband of Felice Crozier Bradford, of Bankstown, New South Wales. A1. E. 5.

BRADLEY, Private, FRANCIS JAMES JOHN NOEL, N267978. A.C.M.F. 3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st June 1942. Age 29. Son of Francis Ahern Bradley and Amy Isobel Bradley, of Numeralla, New South Wales. B1. A. 10.

BRADY, Private, LEONARD GEORGE, NX85726. A.LF. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th December 1942. Age 26. Son of Charles Leonard George and Mary Catherine Brady; husband of Mary Lena Brady, of Marnckville, New South Wales. A8. F. 23.

BRADY, Private, THOMAS GRAHAM, SX31225. A.LF. 26 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1 st March 1945. Age 24. Son of Michael Ignatius and Ruby Catherine Brady, of Welland, South Australia. A4. D. 13.

BRAIN, Lance Corporal, VHERE WALTER, QX17318. A.LF. 2/15 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd September 1943. Age 42. Son of James Richard and Kathleen Jane Brain, of Kyogle, New South Wales. B8. E. 19.

BRAITHWAITE, Private, RITCHARD KENDAL, N286259. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th December 1942. Age 19. Son of Arthur Martindale Braithwaite and Lena Elizabeth Braithwaite, of Wallsend, New South Wales. AS. B. 23.

BRAMAH, Sergeant, BRUCE, N22002. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 17th January 1943. Age 23. Son of Richard Bird Bramah and Ida Mabel Bramah, of Leichhardt, New South Wales; husband of Elizabeth Burt Bramah, of Blacktown, New South Wales. C5. D. 18.

BRAlVIBLE, Private, ROY, NX115971. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 24. Son of Herbert Edward William and Mona Bramble, of Forster, New South Wales. B8. D. 26.

BRATTON, Private, WILLIAM, NX42849. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd October 1942. Age 34. Son of William Henry and Mary Helen Bratton, of Bathurst, New South Wales. C7. D. 6.

BRAVER, Private, MERVYN RICHARD, Q146041. A.C.M.F. 47 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th December 1944. Age 21. Son of Daniel Berthold Brauer and Elsa Helena Bertha Brauer, of Carbrook, Queensland. A4. C. 11.

BRAY, Private, COLIN JAMES, NX97238. A.LF. 7 Div. Pro. Coy. Australian Army Provost Corps. 13th March 1944. Age 23. Son of William and Dora Bray, of Petersham, New South Wales. B2. F. 15.

BREAKWELL, Private, ALICK LESLEY, SX2159. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 12th September 1943. Age 20. Son of Frederick William and Edith Emily Breakwell, of Broken Hill, New South Wales. C 1. E. 5.

BRENNAN, Corporal, ALAN RONALD, N185862. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 3rd January 1943. Age 19. Son of Peter and Elizabeth Sarah Brennan, of Leichhardt, New South Wales. A5. D. 7

BRENNAN, Lieutenant, JOHN ROBERT, NX3210. A.LF. 2/1 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 28th December 1942. Age 28. Son of Robert and Catherine Brennan, of Mosman, New South Wales. A7. A. 27.

BRENNAN, Private, MARTIN, VX123114. A.LF. 2/4 Indep. Coy. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1943. Age 19. Son of Nicholas Edward and Lottie Victoria Brennan, of Yarram, Victoria. A3. C. 6.

BRESSLIIGTON, Private, FREDERICK RUSSELL, NX80121. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1943. Age 30. Son of Percy Samuel Bird Bressington and Catherine Ellen Bressington, of Sydney, New South Wales; husband of Nancy Florence Bressington, of North Sydney. C 1. F. 9.

BRETHERTON, Private, EDWARD ARNOLD, VX84654. A.LF. 24 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th April 1945. Age 26. Son of Walter and Catherine Bretherton. B4. F. 22.

BREWER, Captain, FRANCIS PETER, PX76. A.LF. H.Q. Australia New Guinea Administrative Unit. Australian Infantry. 20th October 1944. Age 36. Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brewer, of Manly, New South Wales; husband of Bebe Miriam Brewer, of Reid, New South Wales. B8. A. 13.

BRICE, Sergeant, VICTOR LESLIE, QX24340. A.LF. 2/4 Indep. Coy. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1943. Age 33. Son of Thomas Frederick and Ada Brice. A8. F. 10.

BRICKLEY, Sergeant, WILLIAM CLYDE, QX4362. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 29. Son of William and Gertrude Brickley, of Islington, New South Wales. B8. E. 26.

BRINKLEY, Captain, PATRICK LLOYD, WX462. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 10th November 1942. Age 26. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. L. Brinkley, of Mosman Park, Western Australia. B8. C. 11.

BRINKWORTH, Corporal, FRANCIS REGINALD, SX11201. A.LF. 2/24 Bn. Australian Infantry. 17th January 1944. Age 36. Son of Francis Caley Brinkworth and Mary Ann Brinkworth, of Cummins, South Australia. B2. E. 10.

BRITTAPi 1, Private, FREDERICK RICHARD, VX74908. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 3rd February 1943. Age 26. Son of Ernest Arthur and Annie Brittain, of Thornbury, Victoria. AI. B. 3.

BRITTEN, Private, LAWRENCE THOMAS, N267570. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th September 1943. Age 24. Son of Thomas Andrew and Ethel Blanche Britten, of Bemboka, New South Wales. B5. C. 22.

BRITTEN, Private, SIDNEY DAVID, QX21114. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 22. Son of George William and Mary Josephine Britten, of Mount Mee, Queensland. B7. A. 27.

BROADBENT, Flying Officer, STANLEY, 417011. Royal New Zealand Air Force. 7th May 1944. Age 26. Son of Hilton Broadbent, and of Florence Broadbent (nee Watson), of Dannevirke, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand; husband of Peggy Broadbent, of Dannevirke. C8. A. 8.

BROADBENT, Lance Corporal, WILLIAM GORDON, QX5214. 2/7. Australian Cavalry Regiment. 19th December 1942. Age 24. Son of Herbert George and Maida Muriel Mackay Broadbent, of Glenmorgan, Queensland. A7. D. 10.

BRODERICK, Gunner, PERCIVAL GEORGE, VX34947. A.LF. 2/12 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 14th November 1943. Age 25. Son of William and Elsie May Broderick; husband of Ivy Emmeline Broderick, of Abbotsford, Victoria. A8. D. 24.

BRODIE, Private, ROBERT HENRY, QX16687. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd October 1942. Age 32. Son of Daniel and Katharine Brodie; husband of Phyllis Loveday Brodie, of Ipswich, Queensland. A3. A. 13.

BRODZIAK, Lieutenant, EDWARD REMILTON, QX15350. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st January 1943. Age 28. Son of Edward and Elizabeth Maud Brodziak, of Atherton, Queensland. A7. C. 19.

BROOK, Private, FRANK WILKINSON, SX6407. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th January 1943. Age 36. Son of Charles and Alice Brook; husband of Catherine McBean Brook, of Guildford, New South Wales. A8. C. 21.

BROOKS, Private, LANCE THOMAS, QX20463. A.LF. 2/25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 16th September 1942. Age 29. Son of Richard Banksia Brooks and Annie Theresa Brooks, of Tanby, Queensland. Al. E. 1.

BROOMFIELD, Corporal, HENRY, QX1497. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 13th October 1942. Age 28. Son of Frank and Lilian Craig Broomfield. C7. D. 9.

BROWN, Corporal, ALEXANDER RUSSELL, NX120826. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 3rd January 1943. Age 22. Son of John and Mary Brown, of Speer's Point, New South Wales. C6. D. 10.

BROWN, Private, ALFRED WILLIAM HERBERT, SX19790. A.LF. 57/60 Bn. Australian Infantry. 2nd June 1945. Age 20. Son of Septimus Angus and Elizabeth Jane Brown, of Broken Hill, New South Wales. C2. A. 2.

BROWN, Private, DOUGLAS ROBERT, QX12867. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd November 1942. Age 21. Son of William and Jean Brown. C5. B. 18.

BROWN, Corporal, ERNEST GRENENGER, NX46541. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th November 1942. Age 33. Son of John and Laura Brown; husband of Ada Brown, of Grevillia, New South Wales. A5. A. 8.

BROWN, Private, GORDON STANLEY, VX147944. A.LF. 58/59 Bn. Australian Infantry. 5th June 1945. Age 32. Son of David William and Florence Brown; husband of Elma Betsy Brown, of South Yarra, Victoria. B4. C. 14.

BROWN, Captain, HOWARD VICTOR, VX5012. A.LF. 7 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th October 1944. Age 32. Son of Alexander and Ethel Mary Brown, of Geelong, Victoria; husband of Ellen Joan Brown. of Anglesea, Victoria. A3. F. 2.

BROWN, Lance Sergeant, HILARY YORK SECCOMBE, QX13960. A.LF. 2/25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th October 1942. Age 23. Son of George Edward and Ruth Brown, of Montville, Queensland. C7. E. 25.

BROWN, Corporal, JOHN CHRISTOPHER, SX337. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd January 1943. Age 25. Son of Nicholas Joseph and Winifred Rachael Brown, of Solomontown, South Australia. A8. B. 18.

BROWN, Lieutenant, KEITH RAYMOND, TX185. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th September 1942. Age 26. Son of William Samuel and Irene Francis Estelle Brown, of Launceston, Tasmania. A2. B. 10.

BROWN, Civilian, S M, Civilian. 12th May 1943. Age 56. Plot 3 Section B C Grave 23

BROWN, Trooper, THOMAS MARTIN, WXL6690. A.LF. 2/4 Armd. Regt. Australian Armoured Corps. 28th April 1945. Age 29. Son of Andrew and Anne Brown, of Fremantle, Western Australia. A4. F. 17.

BROWN, Trooper, TERENCE ROBERT, QX5558. 2/7. Australian Cavalry Regiment. 19th December 1942. Age 31. Son of John and Annie Brown, of Hawthorne, Queensland. A7. D. 9.

BROWNRIGG, Private, WILLIAM JOHN, NX39764. A.LF. 2/2 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd November 1942. Age 22. Son of William Donald and Jean Ann Brownrigg, of Sydney, New South Wales. A6. F. 20.

BRUCE, Gunner, CHARLES ROBERT, NX56531. A.LF. 2/I Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 28th December 1942. Age 37. Son of John and Ann Bruce, of Keith, Banffshire, Scotland. A7. A. 25.

BRUGGEMANN, Corporal, LAURENCE HAROLD, QX10423. A.LF. 2/25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 16th September 1942. Age 23. Son of Albert and Minnie Sophy Bruggemann, of Chinchilla, Queensland. Al. F. 9.

BRUNSDEN, Gunner, FRANK, VX124498. A.LF. 77 Mobile S/L. Bty. Royal Australian Artillery. 11th October 1943. Age 19. Son of Thomas Henry and Edith Annie Brunsden; husband of Joyce Norma Brunsden, of Dandenong, Victoria. B2. A. 8.

BRUTON, Corporal, BERNARD FREDERICK, NX79889. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 6th January 1943. Age 20. Son of Vincent Dean Bruton and Bridget Ethel Bruton, of Repton, New South Wales. B8. D. 10.

BRYANT, Private, FREDERICK JOHN, WX14078. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1942. Age 21. Son of Albert and Alice Bryant; husband of Phyllis Lorraine Bryant, of Bunbury, Western Australia. B3. C. 15.

BRYSON, Private, BRUCE, NX11412. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th November 1942. Age 23. Son of Robert E. Bryson and Blanche Bryson, of Surry Hills, New South Wales. B8. C. 8.

BUBB, Private, STANLEY JOHN, NX69726. A.LF. 2/1 Pnr. Bn. Australian Infantry. 4th October 1943. Age 25. Son of John George and Sarah Anne Bubb. C 1. B. 16.

BUCKLAND, Private, COLIN ERNEST, V28679. A.C.M.F. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 26th December 1944. Age 24. Son of Edward and Edith Emily Buckland, of Bacchus Marsh, Victoria. A4. E. 13.

BUCKLEY, Gunner, NEVILLE PHILLIP, NX116527. A.LF. 73 Mob. S/L. Bty. Royal Australian Artillery. 4th September 1943. Age 18. Son of Phillip and Ann May Buckley, of Toongabbie, New South Wales. C 1. C. 4.

BUCKLEY, Private, RAYMOND TIMOTHY, QX15599. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 35. Son of Timothy Patrick and Catherine Mary Buckley, of Malanda, Queensland. B7. B. 15.

BUCKTON, Private, GEORGE WILLIAM, VX6002. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd November 1942. Age 23. Son of Edward and Isabella Buckton, of North Melbourne, Victoria. C5. F. 2.

BUDDEN, Private, WILLIAM ARTHUR, N170026. A.C.M.F. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 17th February 1943. Age 22. Son of William Marshall Budden and Mildred Rose Budden, of Willoughby, New South Wales. A1. B. 27.

BUDIN, Sailor, VINCENT, U. S . Small Ships Section. Australian Merchant Navy. 12th August 1944. Age 18. Son of Leslie Harold and Veronica Cecilia Budin, of Roseberry, New South Wales. A3. E. 19.

BUGEJA, Private, JOE, QX20263. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 33. Son of Giovanni Maria and Margherita Bugeja, of Mosta, Malta, G.C. B7. B. 4.

BUICK, Private, SAMUEL MALCOLM, SX8787. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th December 1942. Age 34. Son of Malcolm Lloyd Buick and Caroline Elizabeth Ann Buick; husband of Alma Helena Buick, of American River, South Australia. B6. B. 14.

BUKOWSKI, Private, FREDERICK JOSEPH, QX18906. A.LF. 2/4 Indep. Coy. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1943. Age 22. Son of Rochus Joseph John and Grace Lily Bukowski, of Grange, Queensland. A8. E. 24.

BULL, Private, EDWARD HORACE, QX28222. A.LF. 31/51 Bn. Australian Infantry. 6th February 1945. Age 36. Son of Michael and Mary Jane Bull. A4. D. 8.

BULL, Gunner, GEORGE REDVERS, NX103240. A.LF. 4 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 1 lth August 1945. Age 22. Son of Herbert George and Ellen Maud Bull, of Queenscliff, New South Wales. C2. A. 12.

BULLINGHAM, Warrant Officer Class II, CECIL JOHN, WX1998. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th November 1942. Age 34. Son of William Charles and Louise Janet Bullingham, of Cannington, Western Australia. B7. D. 2.

BULLMORE, Flight Lieutenant, HERBERT JAMES, 402045. Royal Australian Air Force. 29th November 1942. Age 27. Son of Herbert Henry and Elfrida Henrietta Victoria Bullmore, of Double Bay, New South Wales. C6. A. 5

BUNTING, Lance Sergeant, WILLIAM RICHARD, QX59929. A.LF. 31/51 Bn. Australian Infantry. 6th February 1945. Age 22. Son of William Alister and Ruth Alice Bunting, of Bowen, Queensland. A4. C. 3.

BUNWORTH, Private, EDWARD RICHARD JOHN, NX82779. A.LF. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 29. Son of Richard Thomas Bunworth and Caroline Vera Grace Bunworth, of Paddington, New South Wales. A5. B. 1 .

BURCHELL, Private, RUSSELL KEITH, VX142303. A.LF. H.Q. Australian Imperial Force. 26th April 1945. Age 29. Son of William James Burchell and Jessie Burchell, of Carapook, victoria. A4. F. 10.

BURCHER, Corporal, STEPHEN EDWARD, NX13529. A.LF. 2/I Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th October 1942. Age 22. Son of Harvey Stephen and Estelle Beatrice Burcher, of Vaucluse, New South Wales. B7. D. 3.

BURFORD, Private, THOMAS LESLIE, WX2924. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 2nd September 1942. Age 18. Son of Alfred Henry and Meanor Evelyn Burford, of Perth, Western Australia. C6. D. 23.

BURGS, Private, ATHOL ROBERT, N32904. A.C.M.F. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 5th April 1945. Age 26. Son of Robert and Hilda Jane Burge, of West Dubbo, New South Wales. B4. F. 12.

BURGOYNE, Private, HAROLD THOMAS, N244156. A.C.M.F. 3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th October 1942. Age 28. Son of Thomas William and Blanche Edith Burgoyne, of Moss Vale, New South Wales; husband of Marjorie Pattie Burgoyne, of Moss Vale, New South Wales. C7. A. 26.

BURKE, Private, CYRIL JOSEPH, Mentioned in Despatches, QX54878. A.LF. 15 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11 th July 1945. Age 28. Son of Andrew and Mary Elizabeth Burke, of Coopers Plains, Queensland. C 1. F. 23.

BURKE, Private, JOHN DONALD TERANCE, QX12195. A.LF. 2/25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 12th November 1942. Age 35. Son of James and Jane Burke, of Brisbane, Queensland. C7. A. 11.

BURKE, Corporal, JOHN ROBERT, VX60318. A.LF 42 Landing Craft Coy. Royal Australian Engineers. 9th June 1945. Age 24. Son of Robert Joseph and Margaret Liela Burke, of Ararat, Victoria. B5. A. 20

BURKE, Private, JOHN THOMAS, WX3156. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th September 1942. Age 25. Son of Thomas and Mary Burke, of Hyded, Western Australia. A 1. E. 23.

BURKE, Lance Corporal, KEVIN IGNATIUS, NX53690. A.LF. 102 Gen. Tpt. Coy. Australian Army Service Corps. 12th April 1943. Age 29. Son of Francis and Mary Catherine Burke, of Tamworth, New South Wales. A1. C. 20.

BURKE, Private, LLOYD OWEN DOUGLAS, QX52257. attd. 31/51 Inf. Bn. Australian Army Catering Corps attd. 31/51 Inf. Bn.. 9th June 1945. Age 23. Son of Frederick Owen William and Clara Jane Burke, of Cairns, Queensland; husband of Dolores Terasa Burke, of Cairns, Queensland. B4. D. 18.

BURKE, Private, MALCOLM GILFORD, SX2094. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 31st December 1942. Age 28. Son of William John and Cordelia Jane Burke, of Melrose, South Australia. B 1. F. 3.

BURKE, Private, WILLIAM STANLEY EDWARD, NX69937. A.LF. 2/3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th November 1942. Age 24. Son of John and Clara Jane Burke, of Carramar, New South Wales. A6. C. 19.

BURMAN, Lieutenant, LEONARD CHARLES, SX12225. A.I.F. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st January 1943. Age 33. Son of Charles Pinney and Esther Burman; husband of Edna May Burman, of Prospect Hill, South Australia. A8. B. 23.

BURNES, Sapper, REGINALD JOSEPH, NX48405. A.I.F. 2/5 Field Coy. Royal Australian Engineers. 1st December 1942. Age 26. B 1. D. 4.

BURNS, Private, FREDERICK MICHAEL, SX6086. A.I.F. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 24th December 1942. Age 29. Son of Patrick William and Sarah Elizabeth Burns; husband of Lucy Margaret Burns, of Adelaide, South Australia. C6. D. 6.

BURNS, Corporal, PHILLIP, Mentioned in Despatches, VX12955. A.I.F. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd November 1942. Age 23. Son of John Henry and Hilda Edith Burns, of Spring Vale, Victoria. C5. C. 22.

BURRETT, Lieutenant, RALPH EDWARD, SX13063. A.I.F. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th January 1943. Age 23. Son of Robert Edmond and Rosina Emma Burrett, of Grange, South Australia. A8. A. 18.

BURTON, Corporal, GORDON ROBERT, SX39305. A.I.F. 26 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th February 1945. Age 21. Son of Roy Thomas Leslie and Helen Rebecca Burton, of Allenby Gardens, South Australia. A4. D. 22.

BURTON, Private, KENNETH ARTHUR, NX72985. A.I.F. 2/3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th November 1942. Age 20. Son of Alfred Ernest and Marjorie Ruth Burton, of Broulee, New South Wales. C7. F. 10.

BURTON, Private, KENNETH JOSEPH, QX19038. A.I.F. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st September 1942. Age 30. Son of Jonathan Kirkpatrick Burton and Mary Ann Burton, of Rosewood Diggings, Queensland. A2. F. 27.

BURTON, Lance Corporal, LINDSAY JAMES, SX6432. A.I.F. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 17th January 1943. Age 23. Son of Edward James Burton and Isabella Lois Burton, of Parkside, South Australia. A6. D. 21.

BUSS, Lance Corporal, WILLIAM JOHN, SX12180. A.I.F. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 25th December 1942. Age 24. Son of Joseph Robert and Mary Buss; husband of Mabel Buss, of Croydon, South Australia. B1.E.15.

BUSSEY, Sergeant, EDWARD JAMES, QX2187. A.I.F. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 30. Son of Ernest Edwin and Catherine Mary Bussey, of South Townsville, North Queensland. B6. B. 11.

BUST, Lance Corporal, VICTOR LLOYD, QX44205. A.I.F. 49 Bn. Australian Infantry. 13th December 1942. Age 24. Son of Joseph William and Mary Kathleen Bust, of Bundaberg West, Queensland. A5. B. 27.

BUTLER, Private, LAURENCE ANDREW, NX48128. A.I.F. 24 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th May 1945. Age 24. Son of Thomas Henry and Beatrice Butler, of Walgett, New South Wales. B3. E. 21.

BUTLER, Private, MERTON GEORGE, NX66535. A.I.F. 2/3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th December 1942. Age 23. Son of Edward John and Emily Butler, of Black Swamp, New South Wales. A5. A. 17.

BUTLER, Private, NEIL ORMOND, WX3569. A.I.F. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1942. Age 28. Son of Clive Hobart Butler and Dora Elizabeth Butler; husband of Gwendolyne Gladys Butler, of Palmyra, Western Australia. B3. A. 27.

BUTT, Private, FRANK HENRY, NX14016. A.I.F. 2/2 Bn. Australian Infantry. 25th November 1942. Age 33. Son of John and Issabella Francis Butt, of Boorowa, New South Wales. A7. B. 24.

BUTTEL, Private, HENRY WILLIAM, NX38943. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd October 1942. Age 21. Son of Frederick and Janet Nelson Buttel, of Leichhardt, New South Wales. C7. B. 19.

BUTTERFIELD, Sergeant, THOMAS IAN, 416205. Royal Australian Air Force. 12th October 1942. Age 27. Son of James Beves Butterfield and Gesina Johanna Henriette Butterfield, of Ashfield, New South Wales. C7. A. 5.

BUTTERWORTH, Private, FRANK EDWARD, VX27670. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th January 1943. Age 24. Son of George and Fanny Butterworth, of Carlton, Victoria. A8. C. 9.

BUTTERWORTH, Private, ROY, 185857. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 4th January 1943. Age 20. Son of James William and Bridget Butterworth, of Barellan, New South Wales. A6. E. 17.

BUXTON, Private, HERBERT, NX202419. A.LF. 57/60 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th May 1945. Age 19. Son of Herbert Thomas Buxton and Martha Buxton, of Rozelle, New South Wales. C 1. E. 21.

BUYERS, Private, MALCOLM KIRKE, Q107828. A.C.M.F. 61 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th August 1942. Age 21. Son of William James Buyers and Emma Jane Buyers, of Kuraby, Queensland. A2. A. 12.

BYARD, Private, HERBERT THOMAS, TX 1174. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd October 1942. Age 30. Son of Herbert Waiters Byard and Elsie Margaret Byard, of Wynyard, Tasmania. A3. A. 10.

BYERS, Private, HAROLD, Q 103191. A.C.M.F. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th March 1945. Age 25. Son of Charles Edward and Elizabeth Byers, of Oakey, Queensland. B3. F. 13.

BYRNE, Corporal, FRANCIS JAMES, QX4. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 24. Son of Matthew and Marian Bolton Byrne, of Highgate Hill, Queensland. B7. B. 12.

BYRNE, Private, JOSEPH WILLIAM, QX12761. A.LF. 2/25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th November 1942. Age 22. Son of John Wall Byrne and Edith Emma Byrne, of East Brisbane, Queensland. B8. B. 22.

BYRNE, Corporal, PATRICK HOWARD, SX420. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th December 1942. Age 27. Son of Edward Valentine Byrne and Margaret Byrne, of Glenelg, South Australia. B8. E. 23.

BYRNE, Private, THOMAS FRANCIS, VX72653. A.LF. 2/2 Pnr. Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd September 1943. Age 29. Son of William James Byrne and Margaret Byrne; husband of Mary Byrne, of New, Victoria. C1. D. 11.

BYRNES, Private, CHARLES ROBERT, NX200329. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 10th November 1943. Age 24. Son of Charles and Mary Ann Byrnes, of Sorry Hills, New South Wales. B2. A. 10.

BYRNES, Trooper, JOHN ROLAND MCGINLAY, QX38293. 2/7. Australian Cavalry Regiment. 9th February 1943. Age 22. Son of John Roland and Kathleen Byrnes, of Yuleba, Queensland, Al. B. 16.
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CAFE, Private, EDWIN WILLIAM, NX31802. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th September 1943. Age 28. Son of Albert and Alice May Cafe; husband of Ellen Millicent Cafe, of Alexandria, New South Wales. C1. D.9

CAINE, Private, FRANCIS EDWARD FIELDEN, NX40879. A.LF. 2/3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 24th October 1942. Age 28. Son of Joseph Thomas Carne and Frances Mary Carne, of Wallabadah, New South Wales. B7. F. 23.

CALDECOTT, Private, LEONARD KNOWLING, VX11815. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 15th September 1942. Age 21. Son of Harold Leonard and Hilda Mabel Evelyn Caldecott, of Footscray, Victoria. A1. D. 26.

CALLAGHAN, Corporal, EDWARD JOHN, Mentioned in Despatches, Q104128. A.C.M.F. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th March 1945. Age 22. Son of Michael Joseph and Mary Agnes Callaghan, of Stanthorpe, Queensland. B3. F. 15.

CALLISS, Private, WILLIAM JOHN, SX10523. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th November 1942. Age 35. Son of William and Jane Bowden Calliss, of Kimba, South Australia. B5. E. 27.

CALLISTER, Flight Sergeant, IAN HOPE, 408963. Royal Australian Air Force. 5th November 1943. Age 21. Son of Cyril Percy and Katherine Hope Callister, of Kew, Victoria. A3. D. 7.

CAMERON, Private, COLIN JOHN, NX18028. A.LF. 9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th January 1945. Age 23. Son of Colin John and Margaret Cameron, of Guyra, New South Wales. A4. B. 23.

CAMERON, Sergeant, CHARLES REUBEN, NX128145. A.LF. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st March 1945. Age 25. Son of George and Esther Cameron; husband of Margaret Cameron, of Woonona, New South Wales. C1. B. 27.

CAMERON, Corporal, CHARLES WILLIAM, NX45456. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 16th May 1943. Age 39. Son of Henry and Frances Cameron; husband of Daisy Cameron, of Bellangry, New South Wales. A1. C. 27.

CAMERON, Private, GEORGE ROBERT ALEXANDER, M M, VX75720. A.LF. 37/52 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th January 1944. Age 31. Son of Colin Robin and Jane Cameron; husband of Eileen Mary Cameron, of Orford, Victoria. B2. E. 5.

CAMERON, Private, KENNETH EWEN, SX18099. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th December 1942. Age 19. Son of Edward Raymond and Ethel Salkeld Cameron, of Mallala, South Australia. B7. A. 23.

CAMERON, Lieutenant, LEONARD COLIN, SX8868. A.LF. 2/4 Indep. Coy. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1943. Age 23. Son of Albert Robert and Ruby May Cameron, of Victor Harbour, South Australia. A8. E. 25.

CAMERON, Sergeant, STUART FRANCIS, 35931. Royal Australian Air Force. 15th January 1943. Age 21. Son of Lachlan Alexander and Mary Frances Cameron, of Trangie, New South Wales. B2. C. 20.

CAMPBELL, Pata (Private), 664. A.C.M.F. 1 Papuan Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st December 1943. Age 22. C8. F. 25.

CAMPBELL, Warrant Officer, ALLAN, 412376. Royal Australian Air Force. 18th September 1945. Age 26. Son of Robert and Winifred Campbell. C8. B. 1 25 (Coll).

CAMPBELL, Private, BERNARD AYLMER, Q22631. A.C.M.F. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 10th September 1942. Age 24. Son of Edward Joseph and Florence Victoria May Campbell, of Dalby, Queensland. A2. C. 18.

CAMPBELL, Private, HAROLD ALEXANDRA, NX128148. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 12th January 1943. Age 29. Son of Joseph Alexandra and Sarah Campbell; husband of Pauline Holman Campbell, of Balgowlah, New South Wales. B 1. F. 16.

CAMPBELL, Trooper, HARRY COLIN, NX52484. 2/7. Australian Cavalry Regiment. 1 I th January 1943. Age 32. Son of Thomas Irving Campbell and Mary Campbell, of Manly, New South Wales. A5. A. 15.

CAMPBELL, Private, HAROLD EVETT, NX107986. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th January 1943. Age 21. Son of Joseph Evett Campbell and Jessie Christina Campbell, of Dungog, New South Wales. BI. F. 12.

CAMPBELL, Private, HENRY EDWARD, NX45999. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st November 1942. Age 33. Son of George Edward and Alice May Campbell, of Raymond Terrace, New South Wales. A5. D. 6.

CAMPBELL, Sergeant, JOHN PARKIN, NX130152. A.LF. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 21. Son of George Robert and Annie Elizabeth Campbell, of Campsie, New South Wales. A5. B. 8.

CAMPBELL, Corporal, SYDNEY PETER, NX11478. A.LF. 2/2 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th November 1942. Age 33. Son of William Dowd Campbell and Trophina Janet Campbell, of Summer Hill. New South Wales. C7. F. 12.

CAMPBELL, Corporal, TERENCE WILLIAM, NX19594. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 14th October 1942. Age 21. Son of William and Lilian May Campbell, of Hay, New South Wales. C6. F. 25.

CAMPBELL, Private, VICTOR FREDERICK, WX4359. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th December 1942. Age 32. Son of William Henry and Beatrice Maud Campbell; husband of Elizabeth Ann Campbell, of Perth, Western Australia. B5. E. 7.

CAMPBELL, Squadron Leader, WILLIAM GEOFFREY, 261730. Royal Australian Air Force. 26th November 1943. Age 32. Son of Robert Henry and Daisy Eleanor Campbell; husband of Jean Isobel Campbell, of Marrickville New South Wales. B2. D. 15.

CAMPBELL, Flying Officer, WILLIAM HASTINGS RUSSELL, 403329. Royal Australian Air Force. 3rd September 1942. Age 26. Son of William Russell Campbell and Thelma Kathleen Campbell; husband of Heather Doris Campbell, of Bellevue Hill, New South Wales. Al. C. 2.

CAPEL, Private, NORMAN, M M, NX41133. A.LF. 2/3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th November 1942. Age 35. Son of Albert Henry and Mary Alfonsina Capel, of Barraba, New South Wales. B7. D. 12.

CAPLE, Private, WILLIAM EDWARD THOMAS, SX13926. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th December 1942. Age 21. Son of Arthur James Caple and Daisy May Caple, of Port Adelaide, South Australia; husband of Betty Lorraine Caple, of Kilkenny, South Australia. B5. E. 9.

CAPLICE, Corporal, MICHAEL PIERCE, N22063. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st December 1942. Age 24. Son of Michael and Mary Caplice; husband of Merle Mary Caplice, of Leichhardt, New South Wales. A7. B. 6.

CAPUAUIO, Lieutenant, ERNEST JAMES, VX42069. A.LF. 2/7 Bn. Australian Infantry. 16th June 1943. Age 28. Son of Francis Harold and Isobel Emma Capuano; husband of Alma Rose Capuano, of South Melbourne, Victoria. A1. F. 15.

CARBERRY, Private, WILLIAM JAMES FRANCIS, QX22145. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th November 1942. Age 27. Son of Thomas Joseph and Mary Maria Carberry, of Enoggera, Queensland. C6. F. 20.

GARLAND, Corporal, DAVID CLIFFORD, VX58070. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th August 1942. Age 26. Son of John Patrick and Euphemia Garland, of Reservoir, Victoria. C7. A 13.

CARLING, Private, FRANCIS, NX24954. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 5th December 1942. Age 26. Son of John Stanislaus Carling and Margaret Carling, of Elderslie, New South Wales. B 1. D. 9.

CARLSON, Corporal, CARL WALTER, N46683. A.C.M.F. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 23. Son of Ragnar Valdemar Carlson and Hulda Leonora Carlson, of Ramsgate, New South Wales. A5. F. 5.

CARMICHAEL, Lieutenant, MAXWELL GEORGE, SX25124. A.LF. 27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 2nd July 1945. Age 26. Son of Hubert George and Clarice Winnifred Carmichael; husband of Melvena Carmichael, of West Croydon, South Australia. C2. B. 22.

CARNELL, Private, ARTHUR LEWIS, NX11490. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 31st August 1942. Age 33. Son of Arthur Lewis Carnell and Regina Hessing Carnell; husband of Hilda Jean Carnell, of Lane Cove. New South Wales. A2. B. 14.

CARNEY, Gunner, RAYMOND KEITH, NX17861. A.LF. 2/14 Hvy. A.A. Bty. Royal Australian Artillery. 12th January 1944. Age 27. Son of Hugh and Eva Carney, of Lismore, New South Wales; husband of Ellen Josephine Carney, of Wollongong, New South Wales. B6. D. 20.

CARR, Private, ARTHUR WILLIAM, NX68208. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 13th October 1942. Age 32. Son of James and Jemima May Carr, of Mudgee, New South Wales. B7. F. 21.

CARR, Private, FREDERICK CHRISTOPHER, QX3623. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 15th September 1942. Age 32. Son of Frederick Joseph and Catherine Mary Carr; husband of Nellie Carr, of Cronulla, New South Wales. Al. F. 1.

CARR, Private, GORDON BEDE, QX22001. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 3rd September 1942. Age 30. (served as McINNES,) Son of John and Mary Carr, of Pahnus Island, New South Wales. A2. E. 21.

CARR, Gunner, JACK MAURICE, SX30958. A.LF. 13 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 26th August 1943. Age 23. Son of Frederick Maurice and Margaret May Carr, of Adelaide, South Australia. C I . B. 11.

CARROLL, Private, JOHN AUGUST, VX142450. A.LF. 29/46 Bn. Australian Infantry. 5th January 1944. Age 20. Son of John Baden Carroll and Lillian Gertrude Carroll, of East Brunswick, Victoria. B6. D. 23.

CARROLL, Private, JOSEPH, 145199. A.C.M.F. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 9th December 1942. Age 19. Son of Thomas and Emma Carroll, of Paddington, Queensland. B5. E. 18.

CARRUTHERS, Corporal, WILLIAM CLYDE, NX137797. A.LF. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 26th December 1942. Age 23. Son of Robert Edward and Ester Victoria Carruthers; husband of Dulcie Emily Carruthers, of Arncliffe, New South Wales. A5. D. 10.

CARTER, Private, LAWRENCE JAMES, SX10800. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st January 1943. Age 28. Son of John William and Margaret Carter, of Bakanald, New South Wales. A8. B. 11.

CARTER, Corporal, WILLIAM ELTHAM, NX102959. A.LF. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th December 1944. Age 29. Son of William George Hill Carter and Violet Jane Carter, of Henty, New South Wales. A4. A. 12.

CARTER, Corporal, WILLIAM HENRY, NX133807. A.LF. 6 M.G. Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th April 1944. Age 23. Son of William Henry and Eva Rose Carter; husband of Betty Veronica Carter, of Artarmon, New South Wales. B6. E. 26.

CARVER, Lance Corporal, ARNOLD NELSON, QX16579. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1942. Age 26. Son of Charles William and Elizabeth Emma Carver, of Toowoomba, Queensland. A2. F. 1.

CARVER, Corporal, FRANCIS CONNELL, M M, QX58981. A.LF. 15 Bn. Australian Infantry. 31st December 1944. Age 22. Son of Henry Connell Carver and Anne Carver, of Dutton Park, Queensland. A4. C. 24.

CARP, Leading Aircraftman, ALBERT ERNEST, 126705. Royal Australian Air Force. 8th April 1944. Age 24. Son of Ernest Arthur and Janet Mary Cary, of West Preston, Victoria. B2. F. 21.

CARY, Corporal, GEOFFREY RUSSELL, 18051. Royal Australian Air Force. 14th December 1943. Age 27. Son of Charles Henry and Stella Maria Cary; husband of Irene Roma Cary, of Cullivel, New South Wales. A3. C. 21.

CASEY, Corporal, WILLIAM ROY, N37722. A.C.M.F. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th December 1942. Age 26. Son of John Joseph and Victoria Elizabeth Casey, of Concord, New South Wales. A5. E. 8.

CATON, Private, CYRIL, 021814. A.C.M.F. 49 Bn. Australian Infantry. 13th December 1942. Age 24. Son of James and Elizabeth Caton, of Millhill, Queensland. A8. C. 27.

CAVENETT, Lance Corporal, LINDSAY DWYER, SX4336. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th September 1942. Age 29. Son of Horace and Ethelinda Ashenath Lilian Cavenett, of Croydon, South Australia. B.A. B3. B. 18.

CHADWICK, Chief Engineer, THURSTON, U.S. Small Ships Section. Australian Merchant Navy. 24th December 1944. Age 66. Son of Samuel and Elizabeth Chadwick; husband of Jeannie Chadwick, of Gisborne, Auckland, New Zealand. B8. A. 21.

CHAI,INOR, Lance Bombardier, ORMOND KNIGHT, VX3353. A.LF. 2/2 Hw. A.A. Re t. Royal Australian Artillery. 20th May 1943. Age 25. Son of the Revd. John Percy Chalinor and Grace Rachel Chalinor, of Ormond, Victoria. A1. D. 2.

CHAMBERS, Sergeant, ALBERT THOMAS, VX110690. A.LF. 2/4 Indep. Coy. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1943. Age 23. Son of Albert Edward and Edith Etty Chambers, of Kew, Victoria. A8. F. 8.

CHAIVIBERS, Sergeant, KEITH LIONEL ALEXANDER, VX112389. attd. 24 Inf. Bn. Australian Army Pay Corps. 19th January 1945. Age 31. Son of Harold Edwin and Nina Chambers, of Dandenong, Victoria. A4. A. 11.

CHANDLER, Private, DONALD BERTRAM, SX16481. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th January 1943. Age 20. Son of Bertram and Laurel Annie Beckwith Chandler, of St. Peters, South Australia. A8. B. 16.

CHANEY, Private, RONALD DUNCAN, NX39723. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1 lth November 1942. Age 25. Son of Alec Edward and Ethel Chaney, of Wentworth Falls, New South Wales. B7. C. 17.

CHANNON, Pilot Officer, OSWALD JOHN, 411286. Royal Australian Air Force. 24th April 1942. Age 24. Son of Herbert John and Emily May Channon, of Manly, New South Wales. B2. C. 26.

CHAPMAN, Private, ALLAN NEIL, NX112793. A.LF. 3 Pack Tpt. Coy. Australian Army Service Corps. 23rd October 1943. Age 25. Son of William and Ada Margaret Chapman, of Willawarren, New South Wales. B2. B. 4.

CHAPMAN, Sergeant, HAROLD SYDNEY, Q22227. A.C.M.F. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th March 1945. Age 29. Son of Frank Edward and Alice Sarah Chapman, of Toowoomba, Queensland. B3. F. 16.

CHARLES, Private, ALBERT EDWARD, QX52506. A.LF. 2/2 Field. Bakery. Australian Army Service Corps. 19th January 1944. Age 25. Son of Henry John and Annie Isabella Charles, of Cloncurry, Queensland. B6. D. 27.

CHARLES, Private, CLARENCE THOMAS, QX11128. A.LF. 2/25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 15th September 1942. Age 24. Son of William John and Alice Catherine Earl Charles, of Cobba da Mana, Queensland. A1. E. 26.

CHEESEMAN, Private, CYRIL JAMES, NX192313. A.LF. 8 Bn. Australian Infantry. 5th July 1945. Age 20. Son of Percy Angus Cheeseman and Myrtle Alice Cheeseman, of Glebe, New South Wales. B4. D. 27.

CHEESEWRIGHT, Corporal, FREDERICK WILLIAM, WX36S8. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1942. Age 27. Son of Frederick and Maud Elizabeth Cheesewright, of Shenton Park, Western Australia. C7. B. 10.

CHEETHAM, Private, FRANK THOMAS, QX10262. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th November 1942. Age 29. Son of Charles and Florrie Cheetham, of Cecil Plains, Queensland. B7. D. 23.

CHELLEW, Private, HERBERT CECIL, 5X12983. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 24th December 1942. Age 36. Son of Josiah Smith Chellew and Elizabeth Chellew; husband of Lillian Alice Chellew, of Brooklyn Park, South Australia. B8. C. 19.

CHELLEW, Corporal, KENNETH GEORGE, SX132. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 16th January 1943. Age 35. Son of Josiah Smith Chellew and Elizabeth Chellew, of Pirie West, South Australia. A6. D. 22.

CHEQUER, Private, ARTHUR DUDLEY, TXS143. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st September 1942. Age 30. Son of George and Amy Howlett Chequer; husband of Dulcie Jean Chequer, of Launceston, Tasmania. A2. D. 7.

CHERRIE, Private, WILLIAM HUGH, NX90913. A.LF. SS/S3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. , Age 31. Son of David John and Ethel May Cherries husband of Ann Josephine Chetrie, of Lismore, New South

Wales. A8. C. 19.

CHESTER, Captain, EDWIN HAROLD, 142309. A.C.M.F. H.Q. Australian New Guinea Administrative Unit. 24th June 1945. Age 50. Son of Christopher and Emily Chester; husband of Beatrice Chester, of Port Moresby. B3. D. 8 .

CHILMAN, Corporal, HEDLEY FRANK, SX4242. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd November 1942. Age 25. Son of Frank and Doreen Chilman, of Port Lincoln, South Australia. CS. D. S.

CHISHOLM, Flying Officer, COLIN LAIDLER, 431737. Royal Australian Air Force. 28th January 1945. Age 23. Son of James and Eleanor Florence Chisholm, of Bendigo, Victoria. Coll. Grave C 8. A. 19 26.

CHITTLEBOROUGH, Corporal, WILLIAM ERIC, 5X1955. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th January 1943. Age 36. Son of George Leslie and Helen Chittleborough. A8. A. 9.

CHRISTENSEN, Lance Corporal, DAVID JAMES, QXS98S0. A.LF. 31/S 1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 9th February 1945. Age 25. Son of Matthew Joseph and Annie Forsayth Christensen; husband of Ellen Christensen, of Ayr, Queensland. A4. B. 27.

CHRISTIANSEN, Private, DAVID STUART, Q103115. A.C.M.F. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th August 1942. Age 24. Son of Niels Peter and Margaret Hollands Christiansen, of Dalveen, Queensland. A2. E. 3.

CHURCHER, Private, EDWARD LEONARD, SX4360. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1942. Age 38. Son of Frank William and Annie Kate Churcher; husband of Pearl FlotTance Churcher, of Brighton, South Australia. C 1. D. 14.

CHURCHILL, Private, FRANK WILLIAM PEACE, VX74347. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th December 1942. Age 24. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Churchill, and stepson of Emily Agnes Churchill, of Kilcunda, Victoria. B6. A. 14.

CLARK, Lance Corporal, ARTHUR RAY, 5X2603. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 27. Son of Arthur Charles and Rosina Eva Ward Clark, of Kadina, South Australia. B7. B. 9.

CLARK, Private, GORDON JAMES, VX106076. A.LF. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 12th December 1942. Age 21. Son of Gordon James Clark and Myrtle Essex Clark, of Footscray, Victoria. C6. B. 2.

CLARK, Corporal, HECTOR THOMAS ASHTON, NX45332. A.LF. 2/1 Army Tps. Coy. Royal Australian Engineers. 17th April 1942. Age 40. Son of Ashton and Sarah Elizabeth Clark; husband of Annie Mary Clark, of Singleton, New South Wales. B 1. A. 2.

CLARK, Sergeant, JAMES ALEXANDER LECKIE, Mentioned in Despatches, 413531. Royal Australian Air Force. 21st October 1942. Age 23. Son of Alexander and Jean Cunningham Clark; husband of Edna Jean Clark, of Glebe, New South Wales. C1. A. 7.

CLARK, Warrant Officer, LEONARD HERBERT, 4789. Royal Australian Air Force. 10th May 1943. Age 24. Son of Ernest Bertie and Marie Louisa Clark, of Campsie, New South Wales. A3. B. 15.

CLARK, Private, WALTER ALLAN, VX41816. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1942. Age 30. Son of Owen and Hannah Clark; husband of Olive Eileen Clark, of Jumbunna, Victoria. B3. C. 1.

CLARK, Flight Lieutenant, WILLIAM JAMES, 403318. Royal Australian Air Force. 26th April 1943. Age 25. Son of William Henry and Ann J. Clark, of Windsor, Queensland. B4. E. 19.

CLARKS, Private, ALFRED THOMAS, VX132944. A.LF. 7 Bn. Australian Infantry. 10th July 1945. Age 23. Son of Alfred Percival and Mary Johanna Clarke, of Warracknabeal, Victoria. B4. B. 4.

CLARKS, Flying Officer, BRENT TAYLOR, 428782. Royal New Zealand Air Force. 26th March 194. Age 23. Son of Francis Maurice and Mary Jane Clarke, of Wellington City, New Zealand; husband of Dallas Margaret Clarke, of Wellington City. C8. A. 18.

CLARKS, Lance Corporal, FRANK THOMAS BOTHWICK, QX13296. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 9th November 1942. Age 21. Son of Frank Baillie Clarke and Alberta Mary Clarke, of Mackay, Queensland. C7. F. 23.

CLARKS, Private, GEORGE HENRY VINCENT, NX80563. A.LF. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 28. Son of Marmaduke and Julia Matilda May Clarke; husband of Isabel Mabel Clarke, of Leichhardt, New South Wales. A5. E. 13.

CLARKS, Private, GEOFFREY JAMES, N130769. A.C.M.F. 58/59 Bn. Australian Infantry. 6th June 1945. Age 29. Son of James and Margaret Winnifred Clarke, of Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. C 1. B. 17.

CLARKS, Lieutenant, IVAN STANLEY, NX67194. A.LF. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th December 1942. Age 31. Son of John Stanley and Edith Eliza Clarke, of Running Stream, New South Wales. AS. B. 21.

CLARKS, Pilot Officer, JOHN CHARLES, 405121. Royal Australian Air Force. 28th April 1942. Age 22. Son of Thomas Charles and Sybil Grace Clarke, of Clayfield, Queensland. B2. C. 14.

CLARKS, Staff Sergeant, JOHN WILSON, VX14422. A.LF. 2/12 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 4th September 1943. Age 27. S. Son of Francis and Alice Charlotte Clarke; husband of Sylvia Frances May Clarke, of West Brunswick, Victoria. B6. C. 23.

CLARKS, Private, KELVIN ERIC, 114453. A.C.M.F. 61 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th October 1942. Age 26. Son of John Frederick and Gladys Ethel Clarke, of Rockhampton, Queensland. A2. A. 3.

CLARKS, Corporal, MICHAEL TAYLOR, WX5693. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st September 1942. Age 23. Son of Charles Lionel and Elvina Mary Clarke, of Burekup, Western Australia. C7. B. 21.

CLARKS, Private, WALTER, NX85673. A.LF. 3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 17th October 1942. Age 31. Son of John Richard and Mary Ann Clarke; husband of Linda Edith Clarke, of Mascot, New South Wales. B8. A. 3.

CLAY, Corporal, CLIFFORD JOHN, VX106077. A.LF. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th December 1942. Age 26. Son of John and Elizabeth Jane Clay, of Bagshot North, Victoria. C6. A. 1 I .

CLAYFIELD, Private, JOHN MERCIER, VX88736. A.LF. 2/4 Indep. Coy. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1943. Age 21. Son of Horace George and Mollie Elizabeth Clayfield, of Elwood, Victoria. A8. E. 8.

CLAYTON, Sergeant, HORACE CLIFTON, TX622. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 25th January 1943. Age 31. Son of Joseph Thomas William and Catherine Ann Clayton, of Dover, Tasmania. Al. A. 22.

CLEARY, Private, WILLIAM, QX11610. A.LF. 2/15 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th October 1943. Age 33. Son of John and Isobel Cleary, of Ingham, Queensland. B5. D. 9.

CLEMENTS, Lieutenant, JACK GURNEY, Mentioned in Despatches, VX52850. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th November 1942. Age 22. Son of Harold Charles and Lui Clements, of St. Kilda, Victoria. C5. F. 16.

CLIFFORD, Private, NEVILLE, N286227. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st December 1942. Age 19. Son of Edward Royston Clifford and Winifred A. Clifford, of The Entrance, New South Wales. A7. F. 8.

CLIFTON, Lieutenant, CHARLES MERVYN, Mentioned in Despatches, WX2893. A.LF. 27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 26th July 1945. Age 32. Son of Reginald Mervyn Clifton and Kathleen May Clifton, of Subiaco, Western Australia. A.C.LA. C2. A. 8.

CLIFTON, Private, RONALD WILLIAM, WX14506. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th November 1942. Age 26. Son of William Robert and Edith Ann Clifton; husband of Mary Mae Clifton, of Collie, Western Australia. C5. E. 15.

CLOUT, Private, JOHN WILLIAM, NX80059. A.LF. 3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th November 1942. Age 19. Son of Aubrey William and Lilian Clout, of Randwick, New South Wales. B 1. C. 3.

CLUNN, Sergeant, LOUIS JOHN, P474. A.C.M.F. H.Q. Australian New Guinea Administrative Unit. 3rd February 1945. Age 50. B3. D. 5.

COBB, Captain, HENRY WILLIAM ALBERT, QX6313. 2/7. Australian Cavalry Regiment. 19th December 1942. Age 27. Son of William and Isabella Cobb; husband of Thelma Rose Cobb, of Caboolture, Queensland. A7. C. 12.

COCKAYNE, Lance Corporal, COLIN JAMES, VX42499. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th November 1942. Age 25. Son of William John and Julia Teresa Cockavne, of Mathoura, New South Wales. C6. A. 12.

COCKERELL, Sub Lieutenant, GEORGE THOMAS KEITH, H.M.A.S. Ladava. Royal Australian Naval Vol Reserve. 25th January 1944. Age 22. Son of George Thomas Cockerell and Adelaide May Cockerell, of East Camberwell, Victoria. B6. E. 1.

COCKRAM, Gunner, JACK GUSTAVE, VX27825. A.LF. 213 Lt. A.A. Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 31st December 1942. Age 37. Son of Thomas and Marie Louise Cockram; husband of Gwendoline Mary Cockram, of Hampton, Victoria. A3. A. 4

COGGINS, Lieutenant, IAN HAMILTON, VX29195. A.LF. 235 Lt. A.A. Bty. Royal Australian Artillery. 23rd November 1942. Age 27. Son of Harold Charles and Melvena Coggins; husband of Jean Olive Coggins, of East Melbourne, Victoria. A2. A. 6.

COGHLAN, Corporal, JOHN RICHARD, NX89943. A.LF. 3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 11th November 1942. Age 23. Son of Richard James Coghlan and Ann Selina Coghlan, of Erskineville, New South Wales. B 1. C. 5.

COGHLAN, Private, WILLIAM CHARLES, NX85196. A.LF. 3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 15th September 1942. Age 33. Son of William Henry and Ethel Eliza Coghlan; husband of Eileen May Coghlan, of Grafton, New South Wales. A1. E. 7.

COGILL, Private, ALEX, QX33806. A.LF. H.Q. 10 Adv. Ord. Depot. Australian Army Ordnance Corps. 6th June 1944. Age 29. Son of Donald and Mary Ann Cogill; husband of Marjorie Barbara Mary Cogill, of Redcliffe, Queensland. A1. F. 27.

COLE, Private, THOMAS JOHN, VX59873. A.LF. 8 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th August 1945. Age 26. Son of Henry James Cole and Amelia Victoria Jane Cole, of Castlemaine, Victoria. B4. E. 3.

COLES, Lance Corporal, GEORGE JAMES, QX60241. A.LF. 26 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th March 1945. Age 26. Son of George Walter and Mona Cynthia Coles; husband of Lily Coles, of Charters Towers, Queensland. A4. E. 19.

COLLETT, Corporal, CYRIL HORACE, Q28056. A.C.M.F. 61 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th August 1942. Age 26. Son of George Henry and Kate Collett, of Auchenflower, Queensland, A2. A. 19.

COLLEY, Private, JAMES WILLIAM, Q22734. A.C.M.F. 25 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th March 1945. Age 28. Son of Aaron and Elizabeth Coney, of Stanthorpe, Queensland; husband of Doreen Margaret Colley, of Maclagan, Queensland. B5. A. 22.

COLLIER, Trooper, REGINALD GEORGE, NX83905. A.LF. 2/6 Armd. Re t. Australian Armoured Corps. 12th January 1943. Age 31. Son of Horatio David and Mary Alice Collier; husband of Erma Margaret Collier, of Northbridge, New South Wales. A6. B. 22.

COLLINS, Flight Sergeant, AUSTIN JAMES, 400871. Royal Australian Air Force. 1 st June 1943. Age 30. Son of James and Minnie Collins; husband of Patricia Eileen Collins, of Black Rock, Victoria. Al. D. 20.

COLLINS, Pilot Officer, GEOFFREY ARNOLD, 416247. Royal Australian Air Force. 9th January 1943. Age 24. Son of Arnold William and Gertrude Elizabeth Collins; husband of Margaret Alison Collins, of Millswood Estate, South Australia. A3. C. 10.

COLLINS, Private, HERBERT JAMES, NX101684. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st January 1943. Age 31. Son of Joseph John and Annie May Collins, of North Sydney, New South Wales. B6. A. 25.

COLLINS, Private, HENRY ROBERT, N464943. A.C.M.F. 57/60 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th April 1945. Age 19. Son of Ernest and Jessie Violet Collins, of Artatmon, New South Wales. B5. A. 9.

COLLINS, Lance Corporal, JAMES RICHARD, VX148833. A.LF. 58/59 Bn. Australian Infantry. 31st May 1945. Age 30. Son of William and Agnes May Collins; husband of Louie May Collins, of Rutherglen, Victoria. A4. F. 13.

COLLINS, Bombardier, KENNETH MARTIN, NX134156. A.LF. "O" Heavy Coast Bty. Royal Australian Artillery. 3rd October 1943. Age 19. Son of Edmond Henry and May Collins, of Collaroy, New South Wales. B5. D. 6.

COLLINS, Private, WALLACE ALFRED, VX93291. A.LF. 24 Bn. Australian Infantry. 24th April 1945. Age 19. Son of Wallace Victor and Mavis Josephine Collins, of East Brighton, Victoria. B4. A. 10.

COLLISON, Private, EDWARD CHARLES, NX87909. A.LF. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 13th April 1945. Age 33. Son of Alexander James Collison and Phoebe May Collison, of Sydney, New South Wales. B3. E. 12.

COLPITTS, Sergeant, JOSEPH, NX8905. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 3rd November 1942. Age 42. Son of William Robert and Isabella Jane Colpitts; husband of Elizabeth Colpitts, of Griffith, New South Wales. C7. C. 14.

COLQUHOUN, Sergeant, JAMES, WX3800. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1942. Age 35. Son of Neil and Maud Alice Colquhoun, of Subiaco, Western Australia. B3. A. 19.

COMPTON, Lieutenant, JOHN WINZAR, QX36516. A.LF. 26 Bn. Australian Infantry. 14th March 1945. Age 32. Son of Charles Christopher and Enid Maud Murray Compton, of Clayfield, Queensland. A4. C. 19.

COMTE, Private, STANLEY ALLAN, V65089. A.C.M.F. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 9th December 1942. Age 28. Son of Alfred and Maud Abegal Comte, of Bendigo, Victoria. A6. F. 14.

CONNELL, Private, JAMES SIFORD, WX14444. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd December 1942. Age 26. Son of Alfred Ernest George and Leah Connell, of Victoria Park, Western Australia. B 1. E. 13.

CONNOLLY, Private, MARK ANTHONY, VX151644. A.LF. 57/60 Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st June 1945. Age 20. Son of Patrick James Connolly and Elizabeth Ione Mary Connolly, of Bendigo, Victoria. B4. C. 2.

COOK, Private, DOUGLAS DUNBAR, VX1540. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1942. Age 33. Son of Mrs. M. B. Cook, of East Brunswick, Victoria. A2. F. 9.

COOK, Private, LESLIE CHARLES, NX19151. A.LF. 2/2 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th October 1942. Age 30. Son of Charles and Henrietta Cook, of East Greenmount, Queensland. C7. B. 18.

COOK, Corporal, LESLIE JOHN, NX32179. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th September 1943. Age 25. Son of Samuel and Alice Louisa Cook; husband of Mona Kathleen Cook, of Concord West, New South Wales. CI. E. 16.

COOK, Lance Corporal, LLEWELLYN WILLIAM MARK, VX16945. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th August 1942. Age 22. Son of Thomas William and Eileen Gertrude Cook, of Port Melbourne, Victoria. C6. D. 25.

COOK, Sergeant, RONALD HENRY, VX68558. A.LF. 2/1 Mech. Eqpt. Coy. Royal Australian Engineers. 25th September 1943. Age 37. S/ Son of Harry and Jessie Cook; husband of Lesena Gertrude Cook, of Moe, Victoria. B5. C. 25.

COOKE, Private, RONALD HARRY RUSSELL, SX12215. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd November 1942. Age 39. Son of Harry and Ives Lillian Cooke; husband of Florence Beryl Cooke, of Kensington Park, South Australia. B5. F. 4.

COOKSEY, Private, ROBERT GEORGE, NX143839. A.LF. 26 Bn. Australian Infantry. 25th May 1945. Age 21. Son of Reginald and Minnie Gertrude Cooksey, of Lidcombe, New South Wales. B5. A. 14.

COOMBE, Private, LAURIE ANTHONY, SX25862. A.LF. 2/4 Pioneer Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th September 1945. Age 35. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lean Coombe; husband of Grace Hope Coombe, of Camden, South Australia C8. B. 1 25 (Colt).

COOMBE, Private, LAURIE ANTHONY, SX.25862. 2/4 Pioneer Bn. Australian Pioneers. 18th September 1945. Age 35. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lean Coombe; husband of Grace Hope Coombe, of Camden, South Australia. Coll. Grave C8. B. I 25.

COOMBES, Private, VERNON ALBERT, SX11391. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 24th December 1942. Age 24. Son of William Austral Coombes and Sarah Coombes, of Blackwood. South Australia. B6. A. 19.

COOPER, Flight Sergeant, DONALD KEVAN, 408253. Royal Australian Air Force. 16th October 1943. Age 26. Son of Andrew Dresser Cooper and Madge Eileen Cooper, of Gardenvale, Victoria. A3. C. 13.

COOPER, Private, WILLIAM GEOFFREY, QX7324. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 24. Son of George Francis and Mary Ellen Cooper, of Valley, Queensland. B7. A. 11.

COOTE, Captain, FREDERICK GEORGE, NX143794. A.LF. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th December 1942. Age 26. Son of George Samuel and Margaret Alice Coote, of Lakemba, New South Wales. A6. A. 18.

CORBETT, Sapper, ALBERT JAMES, V255554. A.C.M.F. 10 Field Coy. Royal Australian Engineers. 11 th June 1943. Age 19. Son of Albert Edward and Lily Margaret Corbett, of Burwood, Victoria. A1. F. 12.

CORNELIUS, Private, MARNIS PETERSON, VX148379. A.LF. 27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 3rd July 1945. Age 21. Son of William John and Hilda Augusta Cornelius, of Edithvale, Victoria. C2. B. 23.

CORNISH, Flight Sergeant, FREDERICK KEITH, 415619. Royal Australian Air Force. 16th October 1943. Age 20. Son of Frederick William and Doris Ameba Cornish, of West Leederville, Western Australia. A3. C. 14.

CORNWALL, Private, HORACE NORMAN, SX5928. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st September 1942. Age 33. Son of Joseph William and Adelaide Louisa Cornwall, of Monash, South Australia. A2. C. 23.

CORRIE, Private, GORDON EDWARD, QX61028. A.LF. 27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st August 1945. Age 23. Son of Joseph William and Ada Henrietta Corne, of West End, Queensland. B4. C. 26.

CORRY, Gunner, PHILIP PATRICK, NX57038. A.LF. 2/1 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 4th July 1943. Age 28. Son of Philip Patrick and Mary Clare Corry, of Strathfield, New South Wales. A1. F. 22.

COSGROVE, Private, KEVIN MICHAEL, NX39519. A.LF. 3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th October 1942. Age 22. Son of George Leslie and Emma Cosgrove, of East Goulburn, New South Wales. C7. E. 3.

COSGROVE, Flight Sergeant, WILLIAM NICHOLAS PAX, 400140. Royal Australian Air Force. 11th August 1943. Age 24. Son of John and Madeleine Stephanie Cosgrove; husband of Dorothy May Cosgrove, of Elsternwick, Victoria. A3. E. 2.

COSTEN, Sapper, PHILLIP JOSEPH, NX52415. A.LF. 2/6 Field Coy. Royal Australian Engineers. 20th October 1943. Age 39. Son of John and Isabelle Costen; husband of Rita Lillian Costen, of Bellevue Hill, New South Wales. B2. A. 3.

COTT, Sergeant, WILLIAM GEORGE, WX2936. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1942. Age 33. Son of James and Susan Cott; husband of Olive Rose Cott, of Northam, Western Australia. B3. A. 16.

COTTON, Sergeant, ROBERT LEONARD, 534225. A.C.M.F. H.Q. New Guinea ForceA.C.M.F. H.Q. New Guinea Force. Australian New Guinea Administrative Unit. 4th August 1942. Age 23. Son of Robert Harold and Ethelwynne Ruth Cotton, of Highgate, South Australia; husband of Marjorie Ethel Cotton. LL.B. (Adelaide). Al. A. 16.

COUCH, Gunner, WESLEY REGINALD, NX175449. Royal Australian Artillery. 6th August 1945. Age 21. Son of Margaret May Couch; husband of Beryl Irene Alice Couch, of Port Kembla, New South Wales. B4. C. 19.

COULLS, Private, ALLAN ALFRED, SX12326. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd October 1943. Age 34. Son of Harry Helston Coulls and Edith Kate Coups, of Parkside, South Australia; husband of Moya Coulls. B2. B. 1.

COULSON, Private, KENNETH MONTAGUE, WX22555. A.LF. 24 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd April 1945. Age 19. Son of Ernest and Elsie May Gertrude Coulson, of North Perth, Western Australia. B4. A. 7.

COULTER, Private, LIONEL EDWIN, SX30415. A.LF. 26 Bn. Australian Infantry. 14th March 1945. Age 22. Son of Leonard and Beatrice Ivy Coulter, of Ceduna, South Australia; husband of Mona Irene Coulter, of Ceduna. A4. C. 18.

COUNSELL, Private, HAROLD GLADSTONE, Nx42764. A.LF. 2/3 Bn. Australian Infantry. 15th December 1942. Age 44. Son of George and Ellen Counsell; husband of Beatrice Victoria Counsell, of Mortdale, New South Wales. B 1. D. 26.

COURT, Private, WILLIAM REX, SX10932. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 26th December 1942. Age 22. Son of Olly William Robert and Leah Clair Court, of Port Pirie, South Australia. B8. C. 24.

COUSINS, Private, HENRY WINSON, WX5559. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th September 1942. Age 26. Son of John Winson Cousins and Catherine Cousins, of Tambellup, Western Australia. B3. A. 11.

COVER, Private, ARTHUR ROBERT, QX599 1. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 18th December 1942. Age 20. Son of George James Cover and Mary McGregor Cover, of Rosewood, Queensland. B7. B. 22.

COWAN, Pilot Officer, WARREN FRANK, 407614. Royal Australian Air Force. 22nd July 1942. Age 31. Son of Frank Gladstone Cowan and Rhoda Ainslie Cowan; husband of Betty Crawford Cowan, of North Adelaide, South Australia. Coll. grave B7. 21 24.

COWDRY, Corporal, HERBERT CAMERON, QX5200. 2/7. Australian Cavalry Regiment. 19th December 1942. Age 22. Son of George Herbert and Annie Isabel Cowdry, of Annerley, Queensland. AT C. 23).

COWE, Sergeant, WILLIAM DAVID, 401769. Royal Australian Air Force. 28th August 1942. Age 21. Son of David and Alice Mary Cowe, of Berwick, Victoria. B2. C. 2.

COWIE, Private, JOHN ALFRED, QX13063. A.LF. 2/31 Bn. Australian Infantry. 22nd November 1942. Age 27. Son of George Alfred and Martha Cowie, of Dawson Valley, Queensland. B8. F. 19.

COX, Chaplain, The Rev. CLIVE MORTIMER, VX108117. A.LF. Australian Army Chaplains Dept attd. 2/14 Inf. Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th December 1942. Age 39. Son of William Henry Grey Cox and Amy Catherine Pash Cox; husband of Jean Alison Cox, of Murray Bridge, South Australia. A6. D. 25.

COX, Corporal, LESLIE LEWIS, Q24706. A.C.M.F. 9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th January 1945. Age 26. Son of Lewis Charles and Agnes Mabel Cox, of Gympie, Queensland. A4. B. 22.

COX, Private, SYDNEY ALLAN, NX174856. A.LF. 24 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th May 1945. Age 19. Son of Sydney Percival and Marie Louise Cox, of Waterloo, New South Wales. Cl. A. 17.

COX, Private, WARREN, NX177051. A.LF. 42 Bn. Australian Infantry. 10th July 1945. Age 19. Son of Charles Henry and Nellie Hermione Cox, of Auburn, New South Wales. B4. C. 12.

COX, Lieutenant, WILLIAM PRESCOTT, VX32903. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th August 1942. Age 28. Son of Harry Arthur and Rose Ethel Cox; husband of Thelma Cox, of Flemington, Victoria. B8. B. 6.

CRACKUIELL, Private, JAMES EDWARD, VX69645. A.LF. 2/12 Bn. Australian Infantry. 21st January 1943. Age 29. Son of James Edward and Amber Stevenia Cracknell; husband of Winifred Ellen Cracknell, of Maryborough, Victoria. A6. B. 27.

CRADDOCK, Private, COLIN, WX4373. A.LF. 2/16 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st December 1942. Age 24. Son of Henry Albert and Helen Craddock. B8. F. 25.

CRAIG, Corporal, JAMES, VX13126. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th August 1942. Age 20. Son of James and Margaret Jane Craig, of Kyneton, Victoria. B8. B. 16.

CRAIG, Sister, MARIE EILEEN, Mentioned in Despatches, 501399. Royal Australian Air Force Nursing Service. 18th September 1945. Age 31. Daughter of Alexander and Jessie Craig, of Drummoyne, New South Wales. C8. B. 1 25 (Coil).

CRAIG, Private, WILLIAM, SX406. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th December 1942. Age 32. Son of Alexander and Kathleen Craig, of Largs Bay, South Australia. B6. F. 2.

CRAKER, Private, STANLEY WILLIAM, VX121417. A.LF. 42 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th July 1945. Age 23. Son of Robert William and Lena Myra Craker, of Abbotsford, Victoria. B4. B. 19.

CRAMP, Private, DAVID, N286264. A.C.M.F. 36 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd December 1942. Age 19. Son of Gordon and Catherine Cramp, of Broadmeadow, New South Wales. A6. E. 16.

CRANSTON, Private, ROY, 5X16342. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th January 1943. Age 36. Son of Robert William and Louisa Jane Cranston, of Broken Hill, New South Wales. A6. E. 24.

CRAWFORD, Private, EDWARD DANIEL, NX133154. A.LF. 19 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th April 1944. Age 27. Son of Daniel and Dalla Jane Crawford, of Shannons Flat, New South Wales. B6. E. 22.

CRAWFORD, Private, EDWARD WILLIAM JOSEPH, 5X12581. A.LF. 2/10 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th December 1942. Age 30. Son of Edward Joseph and Mary Elizabeth Crawford, of Cleve, South Australia. B6. A. 16.'

CRAWFORD, Private, NORMAN JOHN, N34816. A.C.M.F. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 8th December 1942. Age 24. Son of John and Ivy Crawford, of Young, New South Wales. C5. C. 25.

CRICHTON, Private, KELVIN BRUCE, NX14145. A.LF. 2/2 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th November 1942. Age 27. Son of William Jocelyn Crichton and Dora Crichton, of Ballarat, Victoria. A6. C. 24.

CROFT, Private, FRANK WILLIAM, N227641. A.C.M.F. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 6th May 1945. Age 30. Son of Harold and Alice Ameba Croft; husband of Cecily Margaret Croft, of Bondi, New South Wales. B3. E. 16.

CROFTS, Trooper, ERNEST EDWARD, NX39980. A.LF. 2/6 Armd. Regt. Australian Armoured Corps. 12th January 1943. Age 30. Son of Arthur John and Marie Victoria Crofts, of Parkes, New .South Wales. A6. B. 21.

CRONE, Private, ARTHUR, Q138854. A.C.M.F. 26 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd February 1945. Age 34. Son of Jane Crone; husband of Kathleen Myrtle Crone, of Rockhampton, Queensland. A4. D. 14.

CROOME, Lance Corporal, MAXWELL HAROLD, NX51058. A.LF. 2/2 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th October 1942. Age 21. Son of Harold and Agnes Jane Croome, of Concord, New South Wales. C7. A. 23.

CROOT, Sergeant, DOUGLAS, 415020. Royal Australian Air Force. 5th November 1942. Age 24. Son of Henry and Florence A. Croot, of Canna, Western Australia. A8. C. 17.

CROSBY, Flight Sergeant, WILLIAM CLIVE, 436860. Royal New Zealand Air Force. I lth April 1945. Age 22. Son of William Crosby, and of Ida Violet Crosby, of St. Heliers Bay, Auckland, New Zealand. C2. B. 25.

CROSS, Private, LEONARD WILLIAM, N165165. A.C.M.F. 55/53 Bn. Australian Infantry. 7th December 1942. Age 26. Son of Rose Hannah Matilda Cross, of Numulgi, New South Wales. A6. C. 8.

CROTON, Corporal, LESLIE WALTER, VX16007. A.LF. 2/14 Bn. Australian Infantry. 30th August 1942. Age 23. Son of Ernest Arthur and Gertrude May Croton, of Seymour, Victoria. B3. C. 12.

CROUD, Pilot Officer, JOSEPH EDWARD HENRY, 401917. Royal Australian Air Force. 21st October 1942. Age 22. Son of Walter and Eliza Croud; husband of Eileen Mary Croud, of North Williamstown, Victoria. C l. A. 6.

CROWE, Private, GEORGE, QX16778. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th December 1942. Age 28. Son of Edward Joseph and Ada Elizabeth Crowe, of New Farm, Queensland. A6. B. 13.

CROWTHER, Private, GRAEME GEORGE, NX43636. A.LF. 2/33 Bn. Australian Infantry. 19th November 1942. Age 22. Son of George and Henrietta Hay Crowther, of Gooloogong, New South Wales. C5. C. 1 5.

CUDBY, Private, FRANK JOSEPH, NX57573. A.LF. 2/2 Bn. Australian Infantry. 20th October 1942. Age 37. Son of Herbert Edward and Agnes Rebecca Bridget Cudby, of Panania, New South Wales. B7. C. 18.

CUMING, Captain, JACK COLIN, SX2892. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 29th November 1942. Age 29. Son of Robert Burns Cuming and Doris Cuming; husband of Joan Parnham Stanley Cuming, of Leabrook, South Australia. B5. F. 23.

GUMMING, Gunner, CECIL DOUGLAS, NX50214. A.LF. 2/12 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 4th September 1943. Age 26. Son of Allan Arthur and Elizabeth May Gumming, of Port Macquarie, New South Wales. A8. E. 22.

CUMMINGS, Private, HERBERT ALBERT CHARLES, NX73030. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 28th October 1942. Age 22. Son of Herbert Henry and Ena Mary Augusta Christina Cummings, of Sans Souci, New South Wales. C7. D. S.

CUMMINS, Driver, WALTER JOHN, QX23531. A.LF. 141 Gen. Tpt. Coy. Australian Army Service Corps. 14th July 1943. Age 28. Son of Walter Herbert and Keitha Jeannie Cummins, of Sandgate, Queensland. C1. A. 3.

CUNNINGHAM, Private, JOHN GREGORY, NX71783. A.LF. 2/1 Bn. Australian Infantry. 12th November 1942. Age 27. Son of John and Margaret Cunningham; husband of Elma Dorothy Cunningham, of Wahroonga, New South Wales. C7. B. 5.

CUNNINGTON, Private, GEORGE COLIN, QX13. A.LF. 2/9 Bn. Australian Infantry. 4th September 1942. Age 26. Son of George Norman and Mary Evelyn Cunnington, of Annerley, Queensland. A2. F. 6.

CURNOW, Private, HAROLD LESLIE, SX13982. A.LF. 2/27 Bn. Australian Infantry. 1st December 1942. Age 24. Son of William Henry and Ada Beatrice Curnow, of Kilburn, South Australia. A6. D. 1 5.

CURB, Private, JOHN EDWARD, VI 12824. A.C.M.F. 55153 Bn. Australian Infantry. 26th December 1942. Age 22. Son of Frank and Caroline Lucy Curr, of Landsborough, Victoria. A5. B. 3.

CURRIE, Sailor, A, U.S. Small Ships Section. Australian Merchant Navy. 20th May 1944. A3. E. 21.

CURRIE, Private, ROBERT IVAN, V45822. A.C.M.F. 58/59 Bn. Australian Infantry. 23rd August 1943. Age 29. Son of Robert and Sarah Jane Currie, of Katamatite, Victoria. C I. B. 7.

CURRY, Private, BERNARD JAMES, V43909. A.C.M.F. 39 Bn. Australian Infantry. 27th December 1942. Age 21. Son of John Egan Curry and Margaret Curry, of Thornbury, Victoria. B 1. E. 20.

CURTIS, Gunner, ROBERT THOMAS, VX111752. A.LF. 4 Field Regt. Royal Australian Artillery. 17th August 1945. Age 23. Son of Herbert Charles and Florence Isobel Curtis, of Richmond, Victoria. C 1. D. 18.

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