Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train

×These new pages allow users to explore the underlying casualty data by cemetery and regiment. Additional routes in, for example by date of death, surname, and rank, will be added in due course
Loading casualty records
ImageNameRegimentDate of death
Private William Swanson Naismith Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train29/08/1915 (aged 23)
Driver John Barry 400Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train07/08/1916
Able Seaman Robert Armstrong 196Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train01/01/1917 (aged 35)
Able Seaman Keith Jarvis 394Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train30/12/1916 (aged 25)
Chief Petty Officer Edward Charles Perkins 256Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train06/09/1915 (aged 21)
Petty Officer Le Sueur 73Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train16/08/1915 (aged 33)
Able Seaman Thomas Mcdonnell 14Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train27/08/1915
Able Seaman Charles Schenke 306Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train08/09/1915 (aged 19)
Lieutenant Thomas Charles Addis Black Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train07/04/1916
Driver Joseph James Mair 404Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train28/02/1919 (aged 32)
Petty Officer Sydney Mitchell 199Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train18/08/1919 (aged 34)
Petty Officer Herbert Leonard Bowden 167Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train26/10/1919 (aged 26)
Loading cemetery list
CemeteryCountryCasualtiesWith Life Story linksWith images
SUEZ WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERYEgypt200
LONE PINE MEMORIALTurkey (including Gallipoli)200
STANTHORPE GENERAL CEMETERYAustralia100
BRIGHTON GENERAL CEMETERY, VICTORIAAustralia100
PORTLAND PUBLIC CEMETERYAustralia100
WILLIAMSTOWN GENERAL CEMETERYAustralia100
EAST MUDROS MILITARY CEMETERYGreece100
CHATBY MEMORIALEgypt100
HILL 10 CEMETERYTurkey (including Gallipoli)100
BRIGHTON (ST. JUDE) CHURCH CEMETERYAustralia100