Arthur James Rawlinson joined the AIF in May 1915 at the age of 19. He served with the 24 Inf Bn. Rod Martin tells the story of the struggle with the Turks for control of Lone Pine, a battle in which Arthur lost his life. Arthur took his turn to walk with column of men through White's Valley to join the garrison defending Lone Pine, but didn't return alive. Arthur's sister Fanny, then residing at 860 Mt Alexander Rd, Essendon, was the recipient of his memorials and medals.
I have created a commemorative online database of the WW1 volunteers of Essendon and Flemington in Victoria, with a blog to support the website: see link below.
I have other websites and blogs which follow other interests.