Three local volunteers embarked with the 1 LHR:
- Sidney Firth Lumb of Lorne St, Moonee Ponds
- Robert Hill Robertson of Marshall St, Moonee Ponds
- Thomas Charles Wheatley of Ardmillan Rd, Moonee Ponds
|Three mates out rabbiting, 1920s. Courtesy of Louise Hill-Coleman.|
|HMAT Orsova leaving Port Melbourne, 16 December 1916.|
|4th Division Memorial at Ballenglise, France.|
|From the State Library of Victoria collection, H99.166/52.|
|Crozier, Frank: The sinking of the Ballarat, 25 April 1917 (AWM ART 13329)|
|The honour board at Museum Victoria, originally from the Newmarket Saleyards.|
|The honour board at the Pakenham Saleyards.|
|8 Light Horsemen moving out of a rest area, 1915.|
|Portrait of Haddon Chapman in his Essendon Rifles uniform before the war.|
|Corporal Harry Webb, DCM, a groom of Buckley St, Essendon, died at Lone Pine on 8 August.|
|Cape Helles Cemetery, Gallipoli Peninsula.|
|Pte Eric Herman and other convalescents, courtesy of Matt Freckelton.|
"12 Field Ambulance Stretcher bearers carrying through Poziere wood, the one at the back was killed later carrying with me, we had only just changed ends. Better born lucky than rich in France."
3219 Corporal George Lloyd MM (right) and two other unidentified stretcher bearers, one believed to be 3373 Private (Pte) Norman Henry Sadler MM (position unknown), of the 12th Field Ambulance carrying a wounded man.
12 Field Ambulance AIF
SADLER 3375 N E
Witness states that he was with Sadler when the latter was killed. They were carrying a stretcher with patient on it. A few yards before casualty happened, they changed ends. States that a shell burst in front of them when crossing a sap about 100 yards from Pozieres Cemetery. Piece of shell went through Sadler's helmet in front and came out at back of head. He was unconscious. Took him back to dressing station, where he died. Did not regain consciousness. Next morning SADLER was buried by witness and others at Casualty Coral by Protestant Minister. There is a cross on grave with his name and name of unit on it.
Cert: by: - O'Callaghan, P A 4755, 12 FA
3rd Aux Austr Hosp, Dartford.
|Sister Elizabeth Gertrude Fleming, The Penleigh Magazine 1919, p.24. Circa 1896.
Courtesy of Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School Archives.
Mouquet Farm, December 1916. The Germans were entrenched in a catacomb-like
system of tunnels under the farm. (AWM E00564)
|From Moonee Valley Leader, 27 May 2015. Pages 8 - 9|
|Private Moss of Kensington who was the subject of a disagreement between two "Furious Females" which ended in court.|
|The poppy wreath created by the children of Flemington Primary School as the names from the School Roll of Honour were read out.|
|The school Roll of Honour.|
|A Gallipoli Oak tree was planted by The Hon Adam Bandt, MHR, The Hon Danny Pearson, MLA, and Dr Charlotte Smith, Director, National Trust.|
|Captured German 77 cm. field gun (Dunedin District, New Zealand) (Rod Martin)|