Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander servicemen and servicewomen fought and died for Australia, They have served in every conflict and most peacekeeping missions in which Aust
Sidney Duckett was born on 9 September 1918 in Wynyard, Tasmania, the sixth of 11 children born to Ri
William Blake was born in about 1892 in Surry, England, the son of
On 12 February 1942, sixty-five Australian Army Nurses were ordered to evacuate Singapore to escape the advancing Japanese Army. Along with many civilians, they boarded the ship “Vyner Brooke”.
William was born around 1897 at Tallangatta in Victoria. He was one of five children of James and Alice Ann (née Mildren).
Clarence was born on the 21st of April 1894 at Corowa, New South Wales. He was the third surviving child of Walter Murray and Christina (née Squires) Johnson.
Jim was born on the 21st of March 1950 at Perth in Scotland. He was the eldest child of four children of Frederick Norval and Anne (née Ford) Duff.
George Henry Anderson was born in 1883 at Stanley, Victoria. At the time, his father, James, was 33 and his mother, Elizabeth McOstrich (née Jaffray), was 24.
On Sunday 17th September 2023 Senators Anne Urquhart and Jacqui Lambie unveiled the new World War II Honour Board in the South Riana Memorial Hall.
Albert Thorburn Bartlett was born in Williamstown, Victoria on 28 March 1876. At the time of his birth his father, Sidney, was 39, while his mother, Mary, was 35.
A memorial hall and club rooms.
Frank was born in Corryong, Victoria on the 15th of November 1917. He was the youngest of four children to George Hourne and Mary Ann (née Mahon) of Corryong.
Laurie was born on the 13th of March, 1906, at Burrowye, Victoria. He was one of five children born to William Thomas and Florence Emily (née Bownds).
Jack was born at the Rock, a small rural town just over 30 km from Wagga Wagga in NSW, in 1885. He was one of eleven children to Robert and Emma Florence (née Goodwin
William was born on the 15th of May 1879 at Jingellic, New South Wales.
In 2014, William Malcolm Chisholm was officially recognised by the Australian War Memorial as being the first Australian to be killed in the First World War.
William was born in August of 1878 at South Alloa, in Stirlingshire, Scotland, to William and Isabella (née Barrie) Ross.
Thomas was born in 1894 in Tallangatta, Victoria. He was one of six children to David and Adelaide (née Bennett) Mulholland.
James was born in 1888 at Tallangatta, Victoria. He was one of thirteen children to John Wise and Elizabeth Anne Eliza (née Down) Kelly.
James Evans is another student whose name appears on the Corryong Consolidated Roll of Honour and yet is not indicated as having died during the Great War.
Ernest was born in Tintaldra, Victoria on the 15th of September 1889. He was the youngest of nine children of William Henry and Elizabeth Jane Thomson (née Inglis).
Frank was born on the 13th of April 1919 at Tallangatta, Victoria.