Kate was a matron in charge of several military hospitals, in Egypt and on a hospital ship anchored off the Dardanelles. Whilst overseas, Kate wrote many long letters back home describing the war and what it was like to be a nurse.
Not long after landing in Gallipoli, William got a shrapnel wound to the right thigh and later arrived in Alexandria, Egypt for treatment.
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’.
Alfred served at Gallipoli and in France. He was a grenadier and later worked with the light railways.
Honour roll location: Pillar 8D
Honour roll location: Pillar 8B
Honour roll location: Pillar 8A
Honour roll location: Pillar 7D Resources: ‘Serving the Empire‘, Bendigonian, 3rd August 1916, p. 2
Honour roll location: Pillar 7A Resources: Individual Stories & Biographies, Glengairn McGregors blog
Honour roll location: Pillar 6D