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11041 Woronora Cemetery STARKEY, Frederick Christopher (I965)
11042 Woronora Cemetery & Crematorium GREATHEAD, Lavinia (I20188)
11043 Woronora cemetery, Sydney
Roman Catholic Monumental - Section 3 - 0941 
JOYCE, William Richard (I2202)
11044 Woronora Crematorium JAMES, William (I24276)
11045 Woronora General Cemetery
Roman Catholic Monumental , Section 3, # 0704 
EGAN, Bridget Ann (I18566)
11046 Woronora Memorial Park
Anglican 7 Plt 0034 
POTTS, Harold Hector (I22582)
11047 Woronora Memorial Park
Anglican AH, Plt 0819 
COLBRAN, Frederick Austin (I22579)
11048 Woronora Memorial Park
Anglican Monumental Section AB, Grave 431 
DWYER, Sara (Sadie) (I24303)
11049 Woronora Memorial Park
Ashes buried in grounds 
BENNETTS, John Henry (I20384)
11050 Woronora Memorial Park
Ashes Scattered 
ROBINSON, Elsie (I22583)
11051 Woronora Memorial Park COLBRAN, Roy Edward (I22574)
11052 Woronora Memorial Park COLBRAN, Emma Amelia (I22575)
11053 Woronora Memorial Park COLBRAN, Mildred Florence (I22577)
11054 Woronora Memorial Park NELSON, William Jospeh S (I22580)
11055 Woronora Memorial Park COLBRAN, William Charles (I22573)
11056 Woronora Memorial Park SMITHERS, John Henry Anzac (I24314)
11057 Woronora Memorial Park, New South Wales
Court Of Remembrance - Wall Of Memories Panel Dd - 0076 
GREENWELL, George Malcolm (I12600)
11058 Wounded 9/6/1917 - gunshot wound to right arm. Discharged from hospital 10/7/1917. 23/2/1918 to hospital with illness, back to troops 3/4/1918. 31/1/1919 to hospital with influenza - died 8/2/1919.

Regimental number: 6022
Place of birth: Public School Hillgrove, N.S.W.
Religion: Roman Catholic
Occupation: Miner
Address: Mt Morgan, Queensland
Marital status: Married
Age at embarkation: 35
Next of kin: Wife, Mrs E M McCrohon, Stover Street, Mt Morgan, Queensland
Enlistment date: 12 July 1916
Rank on enlistment: Sapper
Unit name: Tunnelling Companies, December 1916 Reinforcements
AWM Embarkation Roll number: 16/15/3
Embarkation details: Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A38 Ulysses on 25 October 1916
Rank from Nominal Roll: Sapper
Unit from Nominal Roll: 1st Tunnelling Company
Fate: Died of disease 8 February 1919
Place of death or wounding: Belgium
Age at death: 38
Age at death from cemetery records: 38
Place of burial: Charleroi Communal Cemetery (Row S, Grave No. 8), Belgium
Panel number, Roll of Honour, Australian War Memoriala: 27
Miscellaneous information from cemetery records
Parents: Louis and Elizabeth Mary MCCROHON; husband of Ella MCCROHON, Stover Street, Mount Morgan, Queensland. Native of Barraba, New South Wales 
MCCROHON, Henry Louis (I20733)
11059 WWII

Noted here as witnessing this event.
W/O A. S. Appleton went missing during an attack on a locomotive northwest of Munster on 18 December 1944, whilst flying Spitfire XIV, RM699. He was seen to bale out by Warrant Officer Viv Rossow (see Pilots R) after being hit by flak, and became a POW. Appleton's loss was considered a sad one by the Squadron as "it was agreed that he was an outstanding N.C.O. pilot". Eight locomotives were damaged and stopped by the Squadron around Munster that day. (Source: 41 Squadron ORB, PRO Air 27/426) (see RAAF records

This article appeared in the Brisband "Courier Mail" on 7 April 1945:

Queensland Spitfire pilots nave again been in the forefront of the battle against German jet planes over Europe.
Recently Warrant Officer V. J. Rossow, of Nanango, flying one of the latest five-blade propellor Spits., was on patrol when he saw a Messerschmitt 262 jet aircraft preparing to land.
"I closed in on him and gave him a long burst," said Rossow. "I noticed strikes around his wing and tail-plane, but he streaked away before I had time to get to another shot."
With Flying Officer E. Gray, of Toowoomba, Rossow then climbed to 6000ft. Gray noticed another jet aircraft 1000ft. below, and dived on it.
"I saw the flashes of my bullets hitting the cockpit of the jet," said Gray, "and saw the jet, apparently out of control, falling through cloud."
On the previous afternoon Gray sighted a Messerschmitt 110. Gray closed in and scored hits on the German plane, and before Gray could turn to attack again, one of his comrades finished off the Messerschmitt. 
ROSSOW, Vivian James (I72)
11060 Yarraman Cemetery
Juillerat, Leslie Gordon, b. Feb 09, 1901, d. Jun 01, 1997, Dear Father, Pop and Great-pop 
JUILLERAT, Leslie Gordon (I1545)
11061 Yarraman Cemetery, Qld
Juillerat, Ivy May Domjahn, b. Aug 25, 1904, d. Mar 23, 1997, dear Mother, Nan and great-nan 
DOMJAHN, Ivy May (I1525)
11062 Yarraman Cemetery, Qld HEIT, Delphine (I6504)
11063 Yarraman Cemetery, Qld ZIMMERMAN, Alfred (I6926)
11064 Yarraman cemetery, Queensland GROSSKOPF, Benjamin Friedrich (I6242)
11065 Yarraman cemetery, Queensland KISZLING, Emilie Anna (I16774)
11066 Yeppoon Cemetery
Section 2B Row 11 Grave 622 
ERICKSON, Pamela Wilma (I23458)
11067 Yeppoon Cemetery
Section 2B Row 11 Grave 622 
HEIDEMANN, Paul Eugene (I23459)
11068 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10767)
11069 Young Witness (NSW : 1915 - 1923), Friday 15 January 1915, page 6

The Cootamundra District Coroner (Mr. H. Giles Shaw) on Monday held an inquiry into the cause of death of a young lad, Edward Walter Harold Ingold, who was drowned In a dam at Mr. Bassingthwaighte's farm at Cullinga. Corroborative evidence was given by three young lads who went with the deceased lad bathing. Their story was: They all went to this dam to bathe on Sunday afternoon, and deceased, who could not swim, got beyond his depth; he went under, and his mates thought he was only playing; he came up the second time, only his head showing above the water; each boy made attempts to rescue the lad, but only one ot the number was able to swim a little; they could not find the body, and went for assistance; the body was in the water for about three-quarters of an hour before its recovery; the water was very cold at the time. The coroner's finding was that deceased had been accidentally drowned whilst bathing. The deceased lad was a son of Mr. Jasper Ingold, the respected Cullinga farmer, and was only 16 years of age. The lad had been a cripple, suffering from curvature of the spine. 
INGOLD, Edward Walter Harold (I20461)
11070 Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Minden GNECH, Ottilie Renata Louise (I9702)
11071 Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Minden MAROSKE, Johannes Julius Gottfried (I9722)
11072 Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Minden REINKE, Carl Friederich Wilhelm (I7227)
11073 Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Minden ARNDT, Auguste Wilhelmine Friedericke (I4852)
11074 Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Minden MAROSKE, Albert Julius (I9703)
11075 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F104878
11076 Zone C, Section 05 Grave 1199, aged 23 COBCROFT, Kathleen Ida Edith (I19672)

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