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World War One: Casualties - Australia

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  • Walter John Genery (1888 - 1915)
    Private Walter John GeneryRegimental number: 176, Religion: Church of England, Occupation: Printer, Marital status: MarriedAge at embarkation: 26, Next of Kin: Wife, Mrs D M Genery, c/o Mrs Biss, 130 Y...
  • Edward Elias Moss (1863 - 1915)
    When Edward Elias MOSS was born on 26 December 1863 in Bungendore, New South Wales, his father, Ephraim, was 29 and his mother, Amelia, was 26. He married Louisa COLLIS on 14 March 1892 in Fitzroy, Vic...
  • Trooper Roy Douglas Chidgzey (1896 - 1918)
    Killed in action, Es Salt, Palestine, 30 April 1918 Douglas Roy Chidgzey was born in Albany in 1896 to parents GA and Frances Alma Chidgzey. He had four brothers and two sisters. When the family moved...
  • Clarence Theodore Elphick (1885 - 1918)
    Corporal Clarence Theodore Elphick of 10 Light Horse Regiment was born in December 1885. He was one of six sons and five daughters born to Dr Edward and Mrs Emily Elphick who lived at Maitland, South...
  • Bertram Charles Wells (1897 - 1917)
    Bertram Charles WELLS Regimental number 10602 Place of birth Donald, Victoria School State School, Victoria Religion Church of England Occupation Labourer Address 8th Street, Mildura, Victoria Mar...

Please link GENi profiles of Australian Servicemen and women who died during the conflict to this Project.

330,000 of total 416,809 in arms from Australia served in the conflict. The nation's involvement cost about 60,000 Australian lives

This project is a sub category of the following projects

LINKS - Whilst every Anzac deserves a mention - here is a list of some of the brave men and woman who served