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Archibald Douglas McCauley

Archibald was a schoolteacher from Pompapiel when he enlisted to serve in World War One.

William Bickford

Losing a son to the war was a tragedy many parents had to suffer during World War One. For the Bickford family, the devastating loss of three sons out of four became their sad reality.

Ellis Richard Wilkinson

Ellis Richard Wilkinson was a butcher from Golden Square. He’d gotten married mere months after the declaration of World War One. As he reluctantly left his wife and young daughter at home, Ellis had no idea he was bidding them a final farewell.

James White

Like many young farmers from the East Loddon district, James ‘Jim’ White took up the call to arms, serving his country by enlisting in World War One.

George Leigh Pentreath

The war front became an unlikely home for men from a variety of occupations, even teachers.

Edward Kerr

Every day, every step was a constant reminder of the atrocity.

Along with all returned servicemen the scars of war were not always physically obvious. Eddie was reminded of his sacrifice every time he took a single step during the next fifty years of his life.

Arthur Humbert

Private Arthur Humbert fought and tragically died in action only weeks before his brother George was set to leave for the battlefront himself.

George Humbert

Private George Humbert was eager to serve his country in just as his younger brother, Arthur had.

Effie Mary Garden

Effie Garden was a capable nurse who was entrusted with jobs that women often were not permitted to undertake.

Mary Helen Davidson

Nursing aboard a ship

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