December 2014 blog posts (5)

Sergeant Robert Long of 26th Battalion, Qsld.

Sergeant Robert Long of 26th Battalion, Qsld.


Added by Dianne Sisley on December 29, 2014 at 18:23 — 4 Comments

research scraggs from england

hi there I cant sem to find any records on a Edward scragg he came to Australia from England and married a Margaret cheeseman if someone could help me with this it would be great thanks

Added by Belinda Graham on December 27, 2014 at 19:56 — 4 Comments

cant find any records - Russell

One of my Uncles was a POW in WW2.  He is listed in the POW records as L.C. Russell, but on the nominal roll as Kenneth Russell, Private NX 81355.  His NOK was Leslie Russell.  Am I looking at two different people who were POW's in the dental corp?

Any help would be appreciated.


Added by barbara kernos on December 19, 2014 at 10:25 — 4 Comments

Identity search

Am trying to identify an uncle who from his uniform was in ww1 ,possibly light horse.We were told it was a younger brother Jack who was only 12 at the time.It is possibly an older brother,but I cannot find him in the list of army personnel.His name WILLIAM PATRICK Lawler born MORUYA on 27/9/1892,parents PATRICK & Annie Lawler. Have gone through all records of army personnel,and he's not listed. Would like to verify if he was in light horse uniform and the patch on his left shoulder looks… Continue

Added by Marguerite on December 7, 2014 at 17:58 — 2 Comments

Sergent Jesse Tudor 1869

Jesse Tudor was my uncle, one of nine including two sisters. I live within three miles of where he was born.
His military history is recorded.although returning to Wa in 1919, I find he left uk in1929 with his wife called lily and a daughter named joan. Lily was 40 years and joan 11 years. They settled in perth. In 1946 he became a land manager
Joan became a lorry driver. I have a daughter who lives in perth. And intend to visit her for Christmas 2014

Added by Robin edward tudor on December 7, 2014 at 0:52 — 5 Comments

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