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Charles William Cable

After moving from Mitiamo, Charles was a selector near Goondiwindi, Queensland. He went from selector to stretcher bearer. Sadly, he died from wounds in Rouen, France in December 1916.

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’

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.

Alfred Norman Cowie

Alfred served at Gallipoli and in France. He was a grenadier and later worked with the light railways.

William Reeves Crossman

Honour roll location: Pillar 5A

Thomas Samuel Crossman

Honour roll location: Pillar 5A

William Gordon Crosbie

Honour roll location: Pillar 5A

John Gordon Crapper

Honour roll location: Pillar 5A     Resources: Enlistment records: John Gordon Crapper, Discovering Anzacs John Gordon Crapper, AIF Project ‘Three Sons on Service‘, Bendigonian, 30th of May 1918, p. 17

Arthur Leslie Crapper

Honour roll location: Pillar 5A

Alfred Lawrence Craddock

Honour roll location: Pillar 5A

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