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101 Albert William Frank Wallond Service was conducted at St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Queen Street, Auburn, New South Wales, Australia, 10 May 1962 at 9.30am and on completion will proceed to the Rookwood Crematorium. Wallond, Albert William Frank (I6537)
 
102 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1179)
 
103 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3091)
 
104 Alexander Frederick Griffiths was buried in the Catholic Section of the Northern Suburbs Cemetery located at the corner of Delhi and Plassey Rds North Road, Now known as the Macquarie Park Cemetery and Crematorium.
Burial Details are as follows:
Surname Griffiths, First Name Alexander other Names Frederick, Type Burial, date of Death 31/12/1961, Interred Date 03/01/1962, Location Vaughan Catholic Lawn, Section Row 12, Position 0086.
 
Griffiths, Alexander Frederick (I11410)
 
105 Alexander Kirkwood died 22 July 1954 and was buried at the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, New South Wales, Australia on 24th July 1954. His grave is located in Area Zone C, Section 09, Grave Number 483. Kirkwood, Alexander (I6534)
 
106 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3598)
 
107 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4874)
 
108 Alfred and Juliana Hutley (nee Wittstock) married 02 mar 1903 at the Residence of Mr A.B. Orth, Cassillis, New South Wales, Australia. Family (F3041)
 
109 Alfred was born on the farm. He attended Kybunga school, and Croydon Primary while living with his Uncle Alfred (after whom he was named) and Aunt Jane Clarke. He returned to live at Kybunga to hold his father on the farm. Eventually Alfred lived on a nearby farm "Clarunga" and with careful management built up a productive farming area. At first Alfred had a team of Clydesdale horses but later purchased his first tractor in the 1920s. His first wife Clara was a dressmaker and had a lovely contralto voice. She and her sisters were often in demand to sing at local functions. Her children were only young when she died. He later married Clara Pedler from Blyth.
Alfred was a lay preacher, preaching mostly at the Blyth Methodist Church, and was at one time Superintendent of the Sunday School at this church. He was a good sportsman and played cricket with many local teams, including the Tiller Cricket team, the patrons of this team being William Tiller and John Charles Tucker. Alfred won many trophies for his cricket activities and was a good Australian Rules footballer. He died of a severe stroke. (information obtained from "The Tucker Family in Australia" 1992. 
Clarke, Alfred James (I2549)
 
110 Alfred was lining at Armadale Rd, Riverdale when he died. (The Tucker Family in Australia, 1992) Clucas, Alfred George (I5563)
 
111 Alice Bertha Phillips (n.Griffiths)died on 06 Oct 1996 age 81 and is buried at the Palmdale Cemetery, Palmdale, New South Wales, Australia in area - Serenity Lawn, Section S42, Site 15 - inscription reads:

beloved Mother of Winifred, Margaret, Jenny, Grandmother to their children, Loved and Remembered Always. 
Griffiths, Alice Bertha (I11452)
 
112 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5194)
 
113 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3579)
 
114 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5209)
 
115 Alick died 26 Nov 1987 and was cremated on 27 Nov 1987 at Centennial Park Cemetery, Pasadenia, South Australia, Australia. His ashes were placed in the Derrick Gardens of Remembrance, Tree Bed 38, Position 014, Centennial Park, Cemetery on 5 July 1988. Anderson, Alick (I3585)
 
116 Alick was educated at the local school. He excelled at sports and won many cups and medals for rowing, cricket and football. He used to ride a push bike from Adelaide to Victor Harbour for a day trip!
He put his age forward 2 years to join the army when he was 16 (World War I) and served in the first 10th Battalion. He was left for dead on the battle field at Ypres but survived. he was invalided to England and when he recovered he returned to the front again. He came home in 1918.
He bought land out at Meningie for sheep and crops. He was burnt out by picnickers and no insurance covered him. He bought a shop in Tailem Bend, South Australia (which he later gave to his sister Clara, her husband and family when they were in difficulties) and catered for social functions.
He joined the railways, gained more education and rejoined the Army in WWII (second 10th Battalion). He was vaccinated with a dirty needle and spent a long spell in hospital, leaving with a duodenal ulcer. He was stationed in the Northern Territory and Queensland, prior to going to Japan.
He used to race greyhounds and was a member of the I.O.O.F Lodge. He was a keen gardener and reader and loved children. He was a football, cricket and horse-racing enthusiast. (The Tucker Family in Australia, 1992) 
Anderson, Alick (I3585)
 
117 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5601)
 
118 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5063)
 
119 All children Born Sydney Eatch, Doris May (I0078)
 
120 Allan Begbie Campbell, Regimental Number 918 enlisted in the 12th Light Horse Regiment on 28 April 1915 at Liverpool New South Wales, Australia.
He embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A54 Runic on 9 August 1915 as part of the 12 Light Horse Regiment, 3rd Reinforcements.

The 12th Light Horse Regiment was raised, as part of the 4th Light Horse Brigade, at Liverpool, New South Wales, on 1 March 1915. It sailed from Australia in two contingents in June 1915. The first contingent put in at Aden on 12 July to reinforce the British garrison there against a predicted enemy attack; they only left their ship for a single route march, and sailed again on 18 July without having seen action.

The regiment was reunited in Egypt on 23 July 1915 and began training as infantry, having been ordered to leave its horses in Australia. A month later it deployed to Gallipoli. The regiment was again split up, to reinforce three light horse regiments already ashore - A Squadron went to the 1st Light Horse Regiment, B Squadron to the 7th, and C Squadron to the 6th.

Allan was transfered to the 1st Light Horse Regiment, Gallipoli on 13 November 1915 and evacuated from Gallipoli on 27 December 1915.
He rejoined the 12th Light Horse Regiment in Heliopolis, Egypt on 22 February 1916
The 12th Australian Light Horse Regiment was reunited on 22 February 1916, by which time all of the AIF troops from Gallipoli had returned to Egypt.

Returning to its mounted role, the 12th Light Horse joined the forces defending the Suez Canal on 14 May 1916. In ensuing months it conducted patrols and participated in several forays out into the Sinai Desert. In April 1917 the regiment moved into Palestine to join the main British and dominion advance. It joined its first major battle on 19 April when it attacked, dismounted, as part of the ill-fated second battle of Gaza.

On 19th April 1917, Allan was killed in the Second battle of Gaza. Statements made by troopers witnessing his death state that his Squadron was in extended order, attacking right flank of Gaza, "Atawineh Redoubt" about 8 am on 19th April 1917. He was shot about the body, falling from his horse, instantly Killed. His body was never recovered and his burial place is unknown. 
Campbell, Allan Begbie (I11814)
 
121 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3474)
 
122 Allan was killed in action on 19 April 1917, which was the beginning of the second attempt to capture Gaza and is know as the Second Battle of Gaza. The main attack was from the front supported by six tanks and 2000 gas shells, with the camel corps and imperial mounted division attacking on foot further east and the Anzac Mounted Division (which Allan was with)further to the south east, protecting the inland flank.

The battle went all day and the Turks were well entrenched. At sunset the British attack was broken off . The British suffered some 6000 casualties, with the majority being inflicted on the infantry.

The red cross reports state that The 12th Light Horse were attacking Gaza "Atawieneh Redoubt" at about 8 am 19 April 1917 and Allan was about fifteen yards from Sgt W McCarthy 12th L.H. who states "he was shot about the body, fell and was instantly killed", falling down a well.

Sgt Peacock 12 L.h. Stated "it was on the Alimintur Ridge, Gaza that he was shot by a bullet and died instantly." 
Campbell, Allan Begbie (I11814)
 
123 Allan went to the Naturi School travelling by horse, and then went to Murray Bridge High School. He was a seaman in the Services 1943 -1951, shifting cargo all around Australia to New Zealand, the Islands in the Pacific and U.S.A.. then, for 20 years he worked for the Mines Dept. water drilling in Adelaide, the Malle, the South East and Tailem Bend, living in a caravan. Before retiring he worked for the South Australian Railways. His hobbies were planting trees on his property, reading and tinkering with engines. He did his own car repairs. (The Tucker family in Australia, 1992) Tucker, Allan James (I3931)
 
124 Allan's grave was never relocated and his remains were not buried in any Cemetery.

The Jerusalem Memorial, stands within the Jerusalem War cemetery, commemorating 3,300 commonwealth Servicemen who died during the First World War in operations in Egypt or Palestine and who have no known grave.

Allan's name appears on the upper side of Panel 58 of the Jerusalem Memorial,Jerusalem War Cemetery, Israel. 
Campbell, Allan Begbie (I11814)
 
125 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6117)
 
126 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6117)
 
127 Alma Rose Neal, 8th child of Stewart and Mary Neal (n. Bottcher) was born on 10th December 1911 at St Peters, New South Wales, Australia. She was a sickly baby and was not expected to live, but survived to marry and have 6 children, 10 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. She had brown hair with reddish tints, brown eyes and was 1.5m tall. She possibly took after Wilhelmina - her grandmother.
Rose as he was always called, was a great cook, great listener, a wonderful mother, was very attractive and always had a redy smil and a kind word for everyone.
At the age of 18 she worked at the Stedmans Confectionery Company, where she met Phylis Faint (Cecil's sister). When Phylis invited Alma home for dinner, Cecil and his cousin Aubrey, decided they would escort Alma to the tram stop. After a discussion Cecil won, and escorted alma home. So after a short courtship they married at St Peters Church of England on the 25th January 1930.
The early years of their life was very difficult, during the depression Ce4cil was retrenched and they were forced to live with family members.
Then came the war years, alma battled on during the war when Cecil enlisted and left her at home with 4 young children. It was a very harrowing time for everyone and it took it's toll on her.
They overcame their difficulties and went on to own their own home in Mascot and eventually retired to the Centrl Coast after a most eventful life.
Cecil died on the 22 September 1995 and Rose followed him on 29th August 1999.
Rose and Cecil are Remembered by their children as:
"Loving Parents, mum was a great cook and housekeeper and dad was a very hard worker. We might not have had a lot of money, but we had a lot of love and never wanted for anything. We miss them very much." 
Neal, Alma Rose (I6147)
 
128 Alta May Flack is the second child of Eva May Butcher and William Moore Flack. She was born on 13 Jul 1918 at Granville, New South Wales, Australia.
Alter left home early to work in the city.
In the 1950's she took advantage of her dual nationality, went to the United States, possibly to look for her father or members of his family. She was a very private person and not a good communicator and it is not known if she ever did find them.
She settled there, never married and died in California, USA in 1980. 
Flack, Alta May (I6276)
 
129 Alvyn Ernest Williams is buried at the Balaklava Private Cemetery, Plot 522, Burial No. BA3043. Williams, Alvyn Ernest (I1355)
 
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2429)
 
131 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10645)
 
132 Ambrose Albert Kelly died 4 February 1960 at Long Gully, age 39 yrs and he is buried in Roman Catholic Section of the Riverside Cemetery, Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia. Kerney, Ambrose Albert (I11548)
 
133 Ambrose is the twin brother of Sarah Josephine Kerney. Kerney, Ambrose Albert (I11548)
 
134 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5269)
 
135 An In Memoriam Service to the memory of Mr Edwin Foss Duffield was conducted in the evening of 05 Nov 1922 at St Johns Anglican Church, 3 Adelaide Street, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia. Duffield, Edwin Foss (I11645)
 
136 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2584)
 
137 Andrew Campbell and Jane Walker (n.Moseley) were married at Janes Hometown of Wolverhampton. Family (F2442)
 
138 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2988)
 
139 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5471)
 
140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3676)
 
141 Andrew owned a Hotel/Resort called St Annes on Sea in Fiji. Vera and Andrew lived here until his death when Vera Returned to Australia. Ousey, Andrew (I6523)
 
142 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4777)
 
143 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3367)
 
144 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3523)
 
145 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4940)
 
146 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family (F2609)
 
147 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family (F1466)
 
148 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5494)
 
149 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4878)
 
150 Ann Smith (nee Grant) married Jonathan Griffith on 3rd August 1834 at Launceston Tasmania. She was a widow and had three children. Six months after they were married Ann Eloped and left him. Apparently the three children were left with Jonathon whom he cared for and raised. Family (F2098)
 

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