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This page is dedicated to those who paid the supreme sacrifice .The men and women who will never read this site. But in some way if they had not given their lives, for the fight, and belief that all are, and should be free, this site would not exist,

THEY SHALL GROW NOT OLD NOR THE YEARS CONDEM.
AT THE G0ING DOWN OF THE SUN
AND IN THE MORNING .
WE SHALL REMEMBER THEM
LEST WE FORGET
LEST WE FORGET
In Memory of
Private JAMES HARMON HENRY JOHNSON ( 1/10/1891.... 7/7/1917 )
49th Bn., Australian Infantry, A.I.F.
who died aged 25 on Thursday, 7th June 1917.
Private JOHNSON was the son of Horatio Edward and Sarah Jane Johnson, of Bangalow, New South Wales.
Remembered with honour
YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.

In the perpetual care of
the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Memorial / YPRES (MENIN GATE) , Ieper , West -Vlaanderen , Belgium
Grave Reference / Panel 7-17-23-25-27-29-31

In Memory of
Private CHARLES O'ROURKE (.1899..... 9/9/1918 )
3862A
31st Bn., Australian Infantry, A.I.F
who died aged 19 on Monday, 9th September 1918.
Private O"ROURKE was the son of Charles Edward and Ida Isabel May O'rourke , of "Kerry", Evans ST , Nundah Queensland Native of Brisbane , Queensland.
Remembered with honour
HANCOURT BRITISH CEMETARY, Somme, France

In the perpetual care of
the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

In Memory of
Leading Aircraftman WALTER ALEXANDER STRANG ( 1924...20/6/ 1945)
131729
Royal Australian Air Force
who died on
Wednesday, 20th June 1945. Age 21.
Son of Walter Robert and Minnie Strang, of Wallsend, New South Wales.
Commemorative Information
Cemetery: ADELAIDE RIVER WAR CEMETERY, Northern Territory, Australia

Grave Reference/ C.B.1
Panel Number:

Location:Adelaide River is a township lying 116 kilometres south of Darwin, on the main north-south road from the capital to the railhead at Alice Springs. The War Cemetery adjoins the civil cemetery, and is situated in savannah country about 1 kilometre from the Stuart Highway, in a short road which runs parallel to, and 100 metres from, the Adelaide River.


In Memory of
Corporal FRANCIS ALAN JUBB ( Frank) (1911...12/1/1943)
A.I.F. 2/12 Bn., Australian Infantry
who died aged 32 on Tuesday, 12th January 1943.

Corporal JUBB was the son of James Richard and Elsie Frances Jubb, of Roland, Tasmania.
Remembered with honour
PORT MORESBY (BOMANA) WAR CEMETERY, Papua New Guinea.
In the perpetual care of
the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

In Memory of
Captain WILLIAM HILES VENTERS JUBB (1919....28/10/1942)
A.I.F. 2/15 Bn., Australian Infantry
who died aged 25 on Wednesday, 28th October 1942.
Captain JUBB was the son of Norman Venters Jubb and May Lydia Jubb, of Hamilton, Queensland, Australia.
Remembered with honour
EL ALAMEIN WAR CEMETERY, Egypt.
In the perpetual care of
the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
 

 
In Memory of
 
In Memory of
Sergeant LIONEL CHARLES JUBB (1921...13/1/1943 )
A.I.F. 217 Indep. Coy., Australian Infantry
who died aged 21 on Wednesday, 13th January 1943.
Sergeant JUBB was the son of Charles Thomas Jubb and Mabel Victoria Jubb, of Wilmot, Tasmania.
Remembered with honour
LAE WAR CEMETERY, Papua New Guinea.
In the perpetual care of
the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

 
 
 
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