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Albert Dawes 736 1890-1962
  • Albert Dawes 736 1890-1962
  • Clifford Gordon Dawes - 5086 - 1898-1972
  • Gladstone Dawes - 4178 - 1898-1918
  • Gladstone Dawes - 4178 - 1898-1918
  • Victor Dawes - 3080 - 1896-1966
  • Victor Dawes and his bride Avis Beatrice Creswell in England in 1919
  • Walter Dawes - 4093 - 1893-1965 Cycling Battalion
  • Serapeum, Egypt. c. 1915. The Signal Section of the 13th Battalion, AIF, with their bicycles and signal equipment ready to march off to a ceremonial parade.
  • Group portrait of six men from the Cyclist Corps.Broadmeadows, Victoria, Australia C 1915
  • Henencourt, France. 1917. Two members of the 1st Anzac Cyclists Battalion standing, with their bicycles, in front of their barracks. 827 Private Jack Dair Bambury (left) and 830 Private Herbert (Terry) Davies.
  • Ypes, France. 1917-09-26. Lieutenant (Lt) Wal Higgins, No. 1 Field Company, Royal Australian Engineers, leans against the wall of the dugout he shared with Lt Cyril Lawrence. Note the bicycles leaning against the sand bags and the sheets of galvanised iro
  • Armentieres, France, during World War 1
  • Diamond shaped colour patch for 2 Australian Divisional Cyclist Company, 2 ANZAC Cyclist Battalion and XXII Corps Cyclist Battalion, AIF, showing a central red diamond on a white background. Worn at the head of each sleeve.
  • Daniel James Sullivan c. 1917 (1879-1948)
  • George Jones 1892-1962
  • John William Jones 1893-1916
  • James Francis Sullivan 1885-1916
  • Gilbert Darlow Blackwell 1896-1973
  • Robert Bernard Blackwell 1898-1989
  • Harry Miller 1892-1917 Private Harry Miller regimental number 20210 was in the 1st /5th Battalion of the 5th Staffordshire Regiment. He died of wounds sustained
  • (Clarence) Archibald Sullivan 1898-1978 Clarence Archibald served in the Lighthorse Regiment in WW1. He served as Archibald Sullivan. His service number was 2215
  • Albert Frederick Sullivan (Brick) 1900-1918 Albert was killed in France and was a Lance Corporal No. 4937 in the 5th Battalion AIF.
  • Albert Frederick Sullivan Grave photo sent to the family by the Army. Buried in France.
  • Edgar Morton Collihole
  • George Jones 1892-1962 George Jones served in World War 1. he enlisted on 19 April, 1917. He was a private no.3418 in the 59th Battalion. He enlisted in World War 2 in the CMF to southern Signals Command on 10.4.1942 . He enlisted in the AIF in July 1942 . He served in Victoria, New South Wales and the Northern Territory. His service no. was VX 85737
  • Eric Blackwell WW2
  • Roy Charlton Robins
  • John Henry Dieckmann
  • Charles Gordon Robins 1949
  • Sydney H V Robin
  • Jack Slater
  • Alan Stanley Wilson 7091

Leslie Cambridge Robins (1884-1929)
  • Leslie Cambridge Robins (1884-1929)
  • Harold Edwin Robins 1901 -1976
  • Sydney and Janet Robins Sydney 1888-1980 Janet 1888 - 1973
  • Syd and Janet Robins
  • Harold & Doris Robins Harold 1901-1976 Doris 1906-1986 married 1930
  • John Smith Robins 1862-1941
  • Lilian Alma (Robins) Marshman 1908
  • Maisie and Jack Marshman children of Lilian Alma (Robins) and George Alexander Marshman
  • Stanley Alston Robins and Minnie Ethel Lamont taken 1931
  • Ivy Robins (1905-1979) taken 1921
  • Violet Avis Robins & Harry Overall married 1918 Violet Avis Robins Overall 1889-1952 Harry Overall 1883-1964
  • Roy Charlton Robins
  • Sydney H V Robin
  • Charles Gordon Robins 1949
  • Alan Stanley Wilson 7091