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Daly, Private Thomas Belmore Casualty list SMH 2/7/1918 Gassed

Danaher, Private Austin Augustus no.635 Australian Infantry Base Depot Church Street, Canterbury Born at Canterbury, NSW, son of Martin and Bridget (Belinda) Danaher Enlisted at Sydney. Next of kin, father, Martin Danaher.

Danaher, Francis William no.60317 16th General Service Reinforcements Church Street, Canterbury Bom at Canterbury, NSW, 1896, son of Martin and Bridget Danaher Married RoslynOwler, 1918 Enlisted 8/2/1918 at Newtown, NSW. Next of kin, wife, Rosie Danaher Returned to Australia 27/11/1918

Danaher, Private Martin Jun. Church Street, Canterbury. Labourer Bom at Redfem 1892, son of Martin and Bridget Danaher Enlisted at Casula Next of kin, mother, Belinda [i.e. Bridget] Danaher. Died 1938

Danaher, Private Michael J. no.6491 3rd Battalion 21st Reinforcements “Hardem” Floss Street, Hurlstone Park. Labourer Bom at Canterbury NSW 1894, son of Martin and Bridget (Belinda) Danaher Enlisted at Liverpool 10/4/1916, aged 22. Single. Catholic. Next of kin, father, Martin Danaher, “Hardem” Floss Street, Hurlstone Park Casualty List SMH 8/5/1917 Wounded (of Hurlstone Park) Returned to Australia 16/7/1917

Danvyk, J. See Vandyk, Lance Corporal Jack

Darby, Private Frank Anthony no. 1916 17th Battalion Born at Surry Hills Married 1913, Evelyn Stephens Enlisted at Liverpool 21/6/1915. Next of kin, wife, Evelyn Darby Returned to Australia 23/5/1918 Roll of Honour, Canterbury District

Passchendaele, Belgium, 1919. A decorated cross at the grave of Corporal James Darcy of the 6th Railway Operating Company, who died on 6/1/1919. (Australian War Memorial H03678)

Darcy, Corporal James C. no 52 6th Australian Broad Gauge Railway Operating Company, formerly Railway Unit no. 1 Section “Alleghany” Campsie Street, Campsie. Locomotive Engine Driver, NSW Railways. Born 1883 at Camperdown, son of James and Isabella Margaret Darcy. Educated Newtown Public School. Railway employee for 21 years. Married Eva C. Winters, 1905. Enlisted at Campsie 5/1/1917, aged 34. Married. Church of England. Next of kin, Eva Caroline Darcy, Rutland Chambers, 224 King Street, Newtown. Embarked from Sydney 7/2/1917 per HMAT A18 Wiltshire Died of accidental injuries 6/1/1919, aged 36 years 1 month. (Fractured arm and leg: taken to 32nd Casualty Clearing Station) Next of kin: Mrs Catherine Gibbons, grandmother, “Alleghany” Campsie Street, Campsie. AWM File IDRL428 Letters to Red Cross re Australian servicemen: Died from accident 6/1/1919. No. 32 Casualty Clearing Station 12/2/1919.

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