Tag 14th Battalion

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.

Charles Alfred Crapper

Charles Alfred Crapper of Tandarra served as a signaller, providing signals and communications between his company and the headquarters. He was part of ‘Jacka’s Mob’

Hugh James Mullen

Hugh was the first Australian in WWI to die on British soil.

Charles Crapper

Charles’ mining experience came in handy at Gallipoli. He set about digging to try and locate fresh drinking water for his unit. In Turkey, the days were hot and fresh water was in short supply. It is likely that this digging contributed to Charles’ poor health and ultimately his death.

John Winterbourne

Honour roll location: Pillar 8D

Joseph Stone

Honour roll location: Pillar 8B

James Foster Stone

Honour roll location: Pillar 8B

Alfred Thomas Smith

Honour roll location: Pillar 8B

Gordon McKenzie

Honour roll location: Pillar 7A

David Henry Larkin

Honour roll location: Pillar 6C

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