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BUXTON, MURRAY

Rank: Private

Service No: TX4965

Date of Death: 14/08/1942

Age: 28

Regiment/Service: Australian Army Ordnance Corps   A.I.F. 2/1 Army Fd. Wkshops.

Grave Reference A IV. C. 11.

Cemetery EL ALAMEIN WAR CEMETERY

Additional Information: Son of Percy Victor John and Alice Priscilla Buxton, of Glen Huon, Tasmania, Australia.

 

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HAY, GERALD THOMAS

Rank: Corporal

Service No: TX886

Date of Death: 10/08/1942

Age: 30

Regiment/Service: Royal Australian Engineers   A.I.F. 2/3 Fd. Coy.

Grave Reference A IV. C. 24.

Cemetery EL ALAMEIN WAR CEMETERY

Additional Information: Son of Alfred James Hay and Agnes Margaret Hay, of Launceston, Tasmania, Australia; husband of Doreen Dorothy Hay, of Launceston.

 

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I can't find any information on W. Rodgers.

 

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SMITH, BASIL JOHN

Rank: Private

Service No: NX17563

Date of Death: 30/06/1941

Age: 29

Regiment/Service: Australian Infantry   A.I.F. 2/13 Bn.

Grave Reference 4. F. 1.

Cemetery TOBRUK WAR CEMETERY

Additional Information: Son of Joseph Herbert and Jessie Edith Smith, of Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

 

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Just  as  as  add on,  here is  a  photo  of  the  German  memorial  I  took on  a  visit  in  1992

 

Jim

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Just  as  as  add on,  here is  a  photo  of  the  German  memorial  I  took on  a  visit  in  1992

 

Jim

 

Thank you for showing your photos Jim.

 

I think that they will fit perfectly in this thread :

 

http://www.historicalwarmilitariaforum.com/topic/4893-photographs-of-german-graves/

 

Best regards

 

Eric-Jan

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Tunnellers of  185  Coy  killed  facing  Laboisselle  and  buried  together.  My  favourite cemetery on  the  Somme,  Becourt-Becordel.  My  Grandfather  would  have  been  billeted  close  by  whilst  working  on  the  Laboisselle  sector

 

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