Dvr Clive Winchcombe Gregory and Pte George Sylvester Goward

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Studio portrait of Driver Clive Winchcombe Gregory, 1st Divisional Train, Australian Army Service Corps, of Kogarah, NSW.

He worked around the Bonalbo area of NSW and describes himself on his enlistment papers as a bushman, horse breaker, selector, cattle and horse breeder. He had also been a competitive yachtsman. Dvr Gregory enlisted in August 1914 and embarked from Sydney on board HMAT Afric (A19) on 18 October 1914. Dvr Gregory was killed in action at Gallipoli on 21 May 1915. He was 27 years of age.

Dvr Gregory's brother was Lieutenant Leslie Winchcombe Gregory, Australian Flying Corps, who returned to Australia in March 1919. The brothers were cousins to Lieutenant Colonel Owen Glendower Howell-Price DSO MC, Commanding 3rd Battalion Australian Infantry, died of wounds 4 November 1916; Major Philip Llewellyn Howell-Price DSO MC, 1st Battalion, died 4 October 1917; 2nd Lieutenant Richmond Gordon Howell-Price MC, 1st Battalion, died of wounds 4 May 1917; Major Frederick Philmore Howell-Price DSO, returned to Australia 20 May 1919.

Courtesy of the Australian War Memorial.

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Studio portrait of Private George Silvester Goward 4th Battalion, of Eden, NSW. Pte Goward was a policeman prior to enlisting in November 1914. He embarked on board HMAT Seang Bee (A48) on 11 February 1915. As part of the 4th Battalion Pte Goward arrived at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915 and served there until the evacuation in December. In January 1916 he was transferred to the 1st Infantry Brigade and arrived in France in August. On 29 September 1916 he was promoted to Corporal.

On 8 September 1917 Cpl Goward was killed in action by a shell explosion while he and others were engaged in road construction on the Menin Road, near Ypres, Belgium. He was 24 years of age.

Courtesy of the Australian War Memorial.

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