Royal Australian Naval Reserve

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ImageNameRegimentDate of death
Chief Stoker James Godwin 5279Royal Australian Naval Reserve27/02/1920
Staff Surgeon John Penny Royal Australian Naval Reserve18/04/1916
Petty Officer James Sim 28Royal Australian Naval Reserve24/01/1915
Chief Petty Officer Adam Smith Cameron Royal Australian Naval Reserve25/05/1916
Petty Officer Stoker William E. Willis Royal Australian Naval Reserve22/10/1915
Stoker 2nd Class John D. Campbell 454 R.A.N.B.Royal Australian Naval Reserve15/08/1916 (aged 21)
Lieutenant Reginald William Bartlett Farmer Royal Australian Naval Reserve09/10/1918 (aged 30)
Leading Signalman Hugh Corderoy Higgs Royal Australian Naval Reserve03/04/1919 (aged 21)
Signalman Sydney Percy Baker 513Royal Australian Naval Reserve15/12/1915 (aged 20)
Signalman Eric Raymont Sibly 460Royal Australian Naval Reserve23/02/1919
Leading Seaman Edwin Mosses 57Royal Australian Naval Reserve18/07/1918 (aged 58)
Able Seaman Leslie James Anderson 253Royal Australian Naval Reserve11/06/1918 (aged 25)
Commander Richard Lewis De Tissier Prevost Royal Australian Naval Reserve05/11/1914 (aged 36)
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CemeteryCountryCasualtiesWith Life Story linksWith images
BULIMBA CEMETERYAustralia200
MARYBOROUGH CEMETERYAustralia200
PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIALUnited Kingdom200
PORT ADELAIDE AND SUBURBAN CEMETERYAustralia100
GEELONG EASTERN CEMETERYAustralia100
FREMANTLE CEMETERYAustralia100
DAKAR (BEL-AIR) CEMETERYSenegal100
MESSINA TOWN CEMETERYItaly100
SOUTH HEAD GENERAL CEMETERYAustralia100
PLYMOUTH (FORD PARK) CEMETERYUnited Kingdom100