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1st World War relative.

Posted by Peter Wallace Hanlon on September 18, 2014 at 20:27 — 2 Comments

first intake of Duntroon cadets

Posted by Ann Halliday on September 17, 2014 at 22:09

WW 1 Medical Abbreviations?

Posted by Alan Curry on September 12, 2014 at 23:15 — 1 Comment

2/1 Pioneer Battalion WW2

Posted by Alan Higgins on September 8, 2014 at 15:38 — 1 Comment

 
 
 

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Peter Wallace Hanlon commented on Peter Wallace Hanlon's blog post 1st World War relative.
"Thank you Lou, most helpful, extremely informative .filling in the gaps nicely..much appreciated. "
16 hours ago
lou commented on Peter Wallace Hanlon's blog post 1st World War relative.
"Hi Peter, go to http://www.naa.gov.au/collection/search/ put in the service number in the top right hand corner "explore" field and one of the first results will be your relative, click on this result and then "view digital copy…"
22 hours ago
Peter Wallace Hanlon posted a blog post

1st World War relative.

I am trying to find out any information on the following relative who ended up in Armetieres and was killed in action Feb 23rd 1917.Sapper W. L. Williams  believe his No. 10998. and believed to be buried there. 10th Field Company Engineers.See More
yesterday
Ann Halliday replied to Ann Halliday's discussion duntroon records
"Thankyou very much for your help I am new to this and appreciate your advice Cheers Ann"
yesterday
lou replied to Ann Halliday's discussion duntroon records
"Hi Ann, Have you done a search on the online collection for the national archives and seen a copy of Arthur's Records? 77 pages!   Looks like the Australian War Memorial holds some private letters relating to…"
yesterday
Ann Halliday posted a discussion

duntroon records

how can I find out if Arthur Justin Hutchinson from tasmania was in the first intake at Duntroon Are records of attendance available?See More
Wednesday
Ann Halliday posted a blog post

first intake of Duntroon cadets

hi first time user of the site are ther records available to confirm Arthur Justin Hutchinson  from tasmania was in the first intake at Duntroon?See More
Wednesday
Anthony Berry replied to Anthony Berry's discussion boer war
"Thank you Lou, I now have some valuable info to research further - still floundering but will come back later for more help as needed. Anthony"
Monday
John Tebbutt posted a discussion

Australian Broadcasting Corporation/Commission

Hello,I'm researching the ABC for an ARC Discovery project to look at the history of Radio National (Cultural Conversations - a history if Radio National – DP14012514). I'm interested in keeping in touch with other researchers working in media and communications, particularly public service broadcasting.John TebbuttSchool of Media, Film and JournalismMonash UniversitySee More
Monday
lou replied to Anthony Berry's discussion boer war
"Hi Anthony Those who served in the South African War (Boer War) from 1899-1901 served in various colonial contingents. Only those who enlisted after 26 January 1901 into one of the contingents of the Australian Commonwealth Horse actually served in…"
Monday
Elizabeth Allen commented on Alan Curry's blog post WW 1 Medical Abbreviations?
"Allan,  I did a google search and found this which may help   http://www.naa.gov.au/collection/explore/defence/abbreviations.aspx   Elizabeth"
Sunday
Alan Curry posted a blog post

WW 1 Medical Abbreviations?

what do the following abbreviations mean? AMLP, MLP and RLP. Can you assist?See More
Sunday
Anthony Berry posted a discussion

boer war

I believe from stories passed down to me from family members that two great uncles served in the Boer War. Their names were Joseph Gamble and George Henry Gamble (service number 3398)  & I believe that they would both have been members of "3 NSW Mounted Rifles". Both men came from Leadville in NSW & probably would have enlisted in Gulgon/Mudgee/Coonabarabran. Another ancestor was William Charles Gumbleton who possibly served in the Boer War as well.I have looked in "name search" only to…See More
Sunday
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Craig Baulderstone replied to Craig Baulderstone's discussion Accessing service records
"Thanks for that. I had seen the WW1 records for my great uncle Percy Harold but not my grandfather who was a munitions worker. They are still not available from that site, but I have ordered and paid for them to be digitised and once this is done I…"
Sep 12
sarfarnaa replied to Joanne Flack's discussion Army Chaplains WW1
"Take a look at http://www.discoveringanzacs.naa.gov.au/ - you should find both a profile page and a page for their service record. You can add your own stories and photos to the profile page, or transcribe (page by page) his service…"
Sep 11
sarfarnaa replied to Craig Baulderstone's discussion Accessing service records
"Hello, WWI records are all digitised, some WWII records are digitised. You can see WWI service records here - http://www.discoveringanzacs.naa.gov.au/   Hope this helps..   On Discovering Anzacs you can build a profile for a relative, add…"
Sep 11
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