'Faces from a War'

World War One Gallery 6

This page contains images for the names Jeffs to Mallyon

The photographs are arranged alphabetically in galleries that can be keyword searched (Control + F and enter keyword). Where identification has been possible basic information is included - surname, forenames, rank, service number, final unit and fate ie returned to Australia (RTA), KIA (killed in action), DOW (died of wounds), DOS (died of illness) UNK (unknown)

Should you wish to seek further information on World War One service personnel please consult the National Archives of Australia for Personnel Dossiers and the Australian War Memorial for other biographical information.

Important note

A word of caution. Most of the Howard and Shearsby images are taken from glass negatives, some of which had been damaged before they were taken into the Society's collection. The images have been copied as they appear - some mounted on timber, others show significant damage but are largely intact. Every effort has been made to identify individuals but this has been problematic. Names have, in most cases, been etched into the reverse of the negative but it is believed that the individual named may not always be the subject pictured.

There are also number of unidentified images. Information as to the identity of the individuals will be greatly appreciated - ww1images@yasshistory.org.au.

Copies

Copies of the images may be purchased from the Society for personal use and research purposes. Please see http://www.yasshistory.org.au/archives.htm.

Richard Roy Jeffs
Private 66010
4th Battalion
RTA 16.10.1919

Frederick Augustus Johnson
Gunner 28882
5th Field Arillery Brigade
KIA 22.08.1918
France

Terence Patrick Johnson
Private 5387
1st Battalion
RTA 4.1.1919

Thomas Johnson
Lance Corporal 1215
17th battalion
RTA 10.09.1917

Bert Johnston
2nd Lieutenant
4th Battalion
RTA 16.06.1919
Robert Albert Jones
Private 2125
2nd AMTC
RTA 7.07.1919
Reginald Cole Kenny
Private 2701A
3rd Battalion
KIA 22/7.07.1916
France
Reginald Cole Kenny
Private 2701A
3rd Battalion
KIA 22/7.07.1916
France

ArchibaldKerr
Private 722A
3rd Squadron, Australian Flying Corps
RTA 19.02.1919

Kerr
Charles Wesley Keys
Private 2692
56th Battalion
RTA 16.03.1918
Charles Wesley Keys
Private 2692
56th Battalion
RTA 16.03.1918
Cecil Gibson Keys
Private 22989
AIF Headquarters
RTA 20.09.1919

Lilian Constance Keys
Sister
Australian Army Nursing Service
Resigned 29.12.1918

Lilian Constance Keys
Sister
Australian Army Nursing Service
Resigned 29.12.1918
William Lachlan
Private 3587
56th Battalion
DOW 1.4.1919
England
Wharram Leslie Lamplough
Private 1765
30th Battalion
RTA 12.04.1919
Sylvester James 'Patrick' Lanham
Private 2702
Hedaquarters, 1st Infantry Brigade
RTA 20.04.1919
Arthur James Leathart
Private 2927
19th Battalion
KIA 3.05.1917
France
Arthur James Leathart
Private 2927
19th Battalion
KIA 3.05.1917
France
Leathart
Arthur James Leathart
Private 2927
19th Battalion
KIA 3.05.1917
France
Archibald Syrus Ledger
Driver 2442
2nd Battalion
RTA 31.07.1918
Francis Cornelius Ledger
Private 1937
55th Battalion
RTA 23.06.1919
Lesie James Ledger
Private 1829
35th Battalion
KIA 12.10.1917
Belgium
W H Leslie
Thomas James Lines
Private 5730
1st Battalion
RTA 16.10.1919
Ernest Warren Longley MM
Corporal 4170
2nd Field Artillery Brigade
RTA 12.05.1919
J S Luke
Albert Traves Luke
Private 2855
5th Pioneers
RTA 1.02.1918
Albert Traves Luke
Private 2855
5th Pioneers
RTA 1.02.1918
Leslie Mallyon
Private 3660
36th Battalion
DOW 9.04.1918
France
Leslie Mallyon
Private 3660
36th Battalion
DOW 9.04.1918
France

 

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Further information

Many of those whose photographs appear in this gallery can be found in the publication 'We have not forgotten' :Yass & District's War by Cheryl Mongan and Richard Reid. The book, written as model for researching a community's involvement in war, covers a broad range of subjects including enlistment, active service, the work of community organisations, fundraising, personal correspondence, distribution of war trophies, honour rolls, commemoration and the aftermath of the war. Written in 1998 for the eightieth anniversay it covers the area of readership of the local Yass newspapers and lists the names of almost 300 dead and nearly 1,200 who returned. The publication is available from the society.

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This page last updated: 21 June 2016