September 2014 blog posts (6)

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.

Added by Peter Wallace Hanlon on September 18, 2014 at 20:27 — 3 Comments

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?

Added by Ann Halliday on September 17, 2014 at 22:09 — 1 Comment

WW 1 Medical Abbreviations?

what do the following abbreviations mean? AMLP, MLP and RLP. Can you assist?

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

2/1 Pioneer Battalion WW2

Hi I am researching a relatives war service record.  I have most of his details but I need to know where and when he served in PNG in particular on the Kokoda track. How can I find those details.


Alan Higgins President

HQ 8th Div Assn.

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

Looking for information of who the badge that was found in my fathers possession belongs to

Details as follows:-
Title. Volunteer (badge issued) medically unfit

Contents date range. 1914 - 1915

Series number. MT1384/2

Control symbol. Book 93

Item barcode. 12205366

Location. Melbourne

Access status. Open

Date of decision. 28/01/2009


Records authority class number. 1006269

Date registered. 01/03/2006

Added by Estelle Bill on September 6, 2014 at 20:10 — 1 Comment

John Gould - 11th Battalion - 9th reinforcements. Private 2864. - photo/immigration


I am asking for any information of the above.

John immigrated somewhere between 1911 - 1914.

Born 1889 - Longnor Staffordshire England.

Kia 07/10/1917

I am looking for any information. Or a photograph of the 9th reinforcements, as I have no photographs of him.

Our family has a rich history with Australia, namely Nat Gould. An author of note. If anything, perhaps a mention in a letter from the front, would be… Continue

Added by Philip Gould on September 2, 2014 at 19:29 — 10 Comments

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