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South Australian Harbors Board WWI Memorial

To perpetuate the memory of the Harbors Board Employees who fell in the Great War 1914-1919.

* Lce. Cpl. Victor Charles McIntosh of Glanville, Blacksmith, No. 23, 10th Infantry Battalion, died of Meningitis at Mena, Egypt, 13 January 1915.

* Pte. Roy Wyld of Semaphore, Fireman, No. 1448, 10th Battalion, Killed in Action Gallipoli, April 1915.

* Pte. William Thomas Pfuhl, Laborer, No. 3861, 10th Battalion, Killed in Action, France, 25 July 1916.

* Pte. Edward Alexander Watherston, born Port Lincoln, Fireman, No. 856, 10th Battalion, Killed in Action, France, July 1916.

* Pte. William Cornelius Donovan, born Port Pirie, Motor Driver, No. 2793, 48th Battalion, Killed in Action, France, 13 August 1916.

* Lce. Cpl. Robert Andrew Heath, born Wallaroo, Assistant Harbor Master, No. 968, 43rd Battalion, Killed in Action, Belgium, 26 June 1917.

* Gunner Roy Victor Parasiers, born Port Pirie, Motor Driver, No. 2005, 14th Field Artillery Brigade, Killed in Action, 4 September 1917.

* Signaller Sydney Alexander Loveday, born Ethelton, Seaman, No. 371, 27th Battalion, Killed in Action Belgium 20 September 1917.

* Sgt. Colin Neil McArthur, born Mt. Gambier, Laqborer, No. 4171, 16th Battalion, Wounded in Action France 6 August 1916, Killed in Action Belgium 1 October 1917.

* Lance Cpl. Arthur Duffy, Born Milang, Master Mariner, No. 1824, 41st Battalion, Wounded in Action France 28 December 1917, Died of Wounds 5 January 1918.

* 2nd Lieut. Percy Harold Lawson, born Largs Bay, Boiler Maker, No 4817, 9th Light Horse, Wounded in Action 19 January 1917, 2nd Squadron Australian Flying Corps, Killed in Action 6 January 1918.

* Lance Cpl. Louis Henry Lyall, born Mt. Gambier, Winchman, No. 4817, 50th Battalion. Wounded in Action 2 April 1917, Wounded in Action 5 April 1918, Killed in Action 25 April 1918.

* Driver Leon George, born Newcastle, NSW, Sailor No. 26923, 7th Field Artillery Brigade. Killed in Action France 14 June 1916.

* Pte. Archibald Duncan Bowie, born 27 March 1882 Port Adelaide, Shipwright, No. 2345 5th Pioneer Battalion, Killed in Action 25 May 1918.

* Sgt. Douglas Bernard Matthew Adams, born Port Adelaide, Civil Servant, No. 1857, 10th Infantry Battalion, Died of Wounds Gallipoli 7 July 1915.

* Pte. William Gordon Taylor, born 7 November 1896 Clare, Motor Driver, No. 17153, 15th Field Ambulance, Wounded in Action 21 April 1918, Killed in Action 8 August 1918.

* Pte. Alfred John Townsend, born Largs Bay, Laborer, No. 3511, 50th Battalion, Killed in Action France 16 August 1916.

 

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