william urban sheedy ww1 gallipoli western front service number361

looking for his service history  landed at Anzac cove 25/4/15 . military medal mouquet farm near poziers .12th bat .died of wounds 18 may 1918. apparently awarded MM in London by George V and there is a photo ?  any help and info appriecated  . 

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Comment by Elizabeth Allen on February 10, 2014 at 11:49

John,  You should be able to bring up his service history online on this site www.naa.gov.au

put his ful name into Record Search

I believe he was born in tasmania - if you need family details let me know

If you google his full name there are several sites that mention him

 

Elizabeth

Comment by John Spencer on April 14, 2014 at 21:24

Thanks Elizabeth ,have gathered a huge amount of info on him and his brother , have also copies of his medals will be marching in Canberra this Anzac day for the first time with a cousin (a Vietnam veteran)

Comment by Elizabeth Allen on April 14, 2014 at 21:31

John,  Thanks for letting me know - hope the weather will be fine on Anzac Day for the March

Elizabeth

Comment by Daniel Sheedy on October 7, 2014 at 23:15
John, would be interested in info you have found (and which brother). I'm a direct descendant of his oldest brother Christopher Sheedy. I'm travelling to France next year and hope to visit grave site of William Urban Sheedy.
Comment by John Spencer on October 11, 2014 at 12:48

Hi Daniel  Chris Sheedy is my great uncle , his brother Michael is my grandfather ,i obtained copies of William Urban,s medals and marched for him at Canberra on Anzac day this year , Danial also served on the Western Front . I visited Williams grave site in 2010 , it was very moving , would love to go again next year , (both my daughters live in London )  I have a quite a bit of family history as well a couple of photos, perhaps we could connect via phone my number is 0417813700 Cheers John Spencer  

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