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The Seabrook brothers – Can you help?

The Australian War Memorial  has followed up previous leads and unfortunately didn’t find any family members. So they are opening the search again Can you help? The Seabrook brothers: all three killed at Passchendaele Seabrook brothers. L-R: Theo, William and George Seabrook, 17th Infantry Battalion  H05568 The Australian War Memorial is seeking contact with relatives of the Seabrook brothers …

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Private John Michael Crooke

John Michael Crooke enlisted in the A.I.F at Victoria Barracks, New South Wales on the 11th of September 1916.   He joined the 36th Battalion. John had served for 6 months in the Citizen Forces.  His postal address given was 56 Taylor Street, Annandale, Sydney, NSW. John was 21 years and 1 month old and …

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Private Edward James King (Edmund James AhKing)

Born Edmund James AhKing in 1889 at Wirrumbirchip, (now known as Birchip) Victoria, Australia. The seventh of eleven children (fourth son) of Thomas AhKing and Euphemia Mason. He married Caroline nee Penny in 1911.  They had no children Private Edward James King, of Warracknabeal, Vic enlisted in the 22nd Battalion on 1 March 1915 and was killed in …

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