Tag 5C

Winifred Garden

Winifred Garden cared for British, French and Canadian soldiers in Salonika, Greece and perhaps some Bulgarian prisoners of war.

Charles Frederick Gladman

Charlie Gladman rose through the ranks to lead his men through some of the harshest battle conditions in World War One. He recorded his experiences in a diary until ultimately, he was a victim of German firepower.

William Eric Featherstone

William Featherstone showed signs of heroism as a teenager, saving two of his friends from drowning. He went on to serve on the Western Front, earning himself the rank of Corporal.

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.

Effie Mary Garden

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

Florence Emily Grylls

Trailblazer and passionate advocate for children’s health.

Walter Hopper

Walter Hopper enlisted under the false name ‘Walter Whitfield’. Later, his brother Hugh wrote a letter to the AIF notifying them that the assumed name had been chosen for ‘family reasons’.

Henry Stanley Cuthbert Goodwin

Honour roll location: Pillar 5C

Alfred Leonard Gate

Honour roll location: Pillar 5C

Arthur Gardner

Honour roll location: Pillar 5C

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