THOMSON William. Private 914. Scottish Horse. Died of wounds 26th September 1915 aged 22. He was the son of James and Mary of 30, Millhill, Musselburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Patrick Bernard BARNETT (Served as George Bernard BENNETT). Bugler 1724, 4th Australian Infantry who died on the 27th September 1915 from wounds received in action aged 18 years and 10 months. This memorial was erected by his sorrowing mother. He was the son of Charles Bernard and Kathleen Josephine Barnett, of 87, Addison Rd., Hove, England. Born in London, England.
His memorial shows G B BENNETT
Some notes from his army record. He joined up on the 16th February 1915 at Liverpool Camp, New South Wales and he was by occupation a labourer and mechanic. After he had completed his training he embarked Sydney on H.M.A.T. A9 Shropshire on the 17th March 1915 for England. On date not known he embarked from England for Gallipoli where he joined the 4th Infantry Battalion on the 3rd September 1915. On the 6th September 1915 he was shot through a lung whilst in action was treated at No 9 Australian Casualty Clearing Station at Basra. On the 8th September 1915 he was transferred to Hospital Ship Mahena from Mudros. On the 12th September 1915 he was admitted into Tigne Military Hospital. He died from his wounds on the 27th September and was buried the next day in Pieta Military Cemetery.
His army record shows one entry with George Bernard Bennett. This was crossed out and the G replaced with a P
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