Men in row L - ID #'s 675 to 703 (29 men)
Thumbnail images of the 29 soldiers in row L are shown below, they are primarily the Officers of the Battalion.
All but 2 (676 & 678) of the men in this row (L) have been identified.
27 identified, 27 verified, 0 to be confirmed; 7 known to have died as a result of their service, including 6 at Gallipoli **
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Row L - Soldiers Identified
675 L-2 Charles George Frederick 162 Col Sgt B 677 L-3 Strickland Frederick Phillip D 2nd Lt 2nd Lt C 679 L-4 Newman John 2nd Lt 2nd Lt D 680 L-4 Roberts Stephen Richard Harricks Maj Maj HQ 681 L-4 Morgan James Harold Lt Lt B 682 L-5 Denton James Samuel Capt Capt E 683 L-6 Croly Arthur England Johnson Capt Capt G 684 L-6 ** Barnes Charles Albert Capt Capt C 685 L-6 McLennan Kenneth Lt (Q.M.) Lt (Q.M.) HQ 686 L-7 Fahey John Capt (Chaplain) Capt (Chaplain) HQ 687 L-7 MacFarlane Archibald Henry 2nd Lt 2nd Lt A 688 L-7 ** Corley Anthony Purdon Hagarty Lt Lt E 689 L-8 ** La Nauze Charles Andrew Lt Lt F 690 L-8 Peck John Henry Capt (Adj) Capt (Adj) HQ 691 L-8 ** Annear William Richard Capt Capt A 692 L-9 Reilly Reginald Ronald Lt Lt HQ 693 L-9 ** Reid Mordaunt Leslie 2nd Lt 2nd Lt H 694 L-10 ** MacDonald David Henderson Lt Lt E 695 L-10 Lyon-Johnston James Lt Col Lt Col HQ 696 L-11 Everett Reginald William Capt Capt D 697 L-12 Drake-Brockman Edmund Alfred Maj Maj B 698 L-13 Brennan Edward Thomas Capt (M.O.) Capt (M.O) HQ 699 L-14 Leane Raymond Lionel Capt Capt F 700 L-15 Priestley Arthur Henry 2nd Lt (Trans) 2nd Lt (Trans) HQ 701 L-16 Rockliff William Hudson Lt Lt A 702 L-16 James Herbert 2nd Lt (Sigs) 2nd Lt (Sigs) HQ 703 L-17 Walker Harold Thomas 2nd Lt 2nd Lt G
The thumbnail images shown here have been taken from the Cheops photo. Some of the thumbnail images on this page may have been digitally altered to remove blemishes that appear in the original Cheops Pyramid photo. Some of these blemishes are the result of wear and tear or spillage. Minor alterations may have been made in an endeavour to make the images clearer.
Row L - Head crop thumbnails