taken to the Casualty Clearing Station and operated. A telegram was sent to his parents on the 25th July saying that his situation was "dangerous but that very same day he died. A month later - in Belgium - he was eligible for a fortnight's leave in England and he took advantage. Kenyon's Tree 2) looking up Park Road to the school. Freeman was wounded and taken prisoner when the Germans recaptured their trenches (red dashes). The 47th endured two stints in the heavily-contested trenches of Pozieres, as well as a period in reserve. Their task was to cut barbed wire the Germans have used to protect trenches to the east of Messines. The 3rd October passed with little incident but the battle was about to take place on the morning of the 4th.
Charles married back in Kent and set up a greengrocer's shop with his wife Ellen (b1881) and they lived at 7 Kelvin Tce, Sydenham. Fergus is remembered on the Taroom War Memorial, The Southport School Honour Board, and of course in Honour Avenue at Yeronga. Once you have bought a ticket, next step is to proceed to the platform (there's a grace period of 75 minutes when you have entered the platform). In response the Germans shelled the 3rd Division artillery (see map). John Raymond Fairlie was born in Goulburn NSW on 20 September 1895 - although his birth certificate records him as being a Fairle.
Anzac legend was created. Scroll to the five pages beginning with question. Lesson activities for students learning about the significance of Anzac Day. THE, simpson prize, competition.