Australian-Veterans-Obituary

Australian Veterans

Obituary

We remember and pay tribute to all Australians who have served in the Defence Forces. Sign this special memorial book dedicated to all Australian veterans, and join us in saying thank you to our diggers.

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WHITECHURCH, Pte William Allan,2254 8th Bn. Killed at Pozieres on 18th August 1916.
Age 23.
Son of George and Bessie of 21 Beaconsfield
Parade, Croxton, Victoria.
Born at Avenel, Victoria.
Brother of Lulie,George,Dick,Ronnie,Jack,Don
Greatly missed Uncle to too many

In honour of my great uncle Edwin Taylor WW1 veteran SERN 2027.Killed in action 23/07/1916 buried in Pozieres battlefield by Rev.W E Dexter att. 1st Anzac. He had no wife or child to grieve for him, only his dear sister Mary (Downie), my grandmother.
We have only just found you, you will never be forgotten.
Lest we Forget

Collins, John Bernard, Private, VX3757, 11th Battalion, 1st AIF. Killed in action on 25 July 1916, aged 19 years, at Pozieres, France. 100 years ago.
Lest we forget.

Dad and Melyssa, Anzac Day March in SANDGATE, 1998?

Remembering my Dad , Gordon Nicol Pauley everyday but especially on Anzac Day. Dad was a Rat of Tobruk , he was also in the 1st AIF in Darwin and served in New Guinea. Love and miss you El Gordo!

A heartfelt thank you to all the vets who have served in all wars and campaigns and special thanks to all our current serving personnel. You all give up so much for our wonderful country. Remembering all the anzacs today.

Victor Graham, a shock when you died at the Anzac march in 1962.
Served on the Somme, wounded ,and P.O.W. Germany.
Anzac Day is very special every year.

Thankyou to past present and future soldiers for all that you have done and do
LEST WE FORGET