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R.H.BROMLEY

R.H.BROMLEY

Service No:VX100301
Unit No:Darwin Coast Artillery

Corps/Service:Artillery

Country: Australia
Second World War army belt (Pattern 37 belt) issued to Gunner Richard Henry BROMLEY. According to the World War Two Nominal Roll, his details are as follows. Service Australian Army Service Number VX100301 (V12058) Date of Birth 5 Nov 1912 Place of Birth MILDURA, VIC Date of Enlistment 12 Mar 1941 Locality on Enlistment Unknown Place of Enlistment ROYAL PARK, VIC Next of Kin BROMLEY, RICHARD Date of Discharge 16 Jan 1946 Rank Gunner Posting at Discharge DARWIN COAST ARTY (AIF). This belt was purchased from eBay and will only be sold back to his direct descendants upon strict proof of relationship.
A.G.HUNTLEY

A.G.HUNTLEY

Service No:V514747
Unit No:57/60 Australian Infantry Battalion

Corps/Service:Infantry

Country: Australia
Second World War belt (Pattern 37 waist belt) issued to Private Allen George HUNTLEY. Service Number V514747. Allen George HUNTLEY was born on the 4th December, 1914 in Diamond Creek, Victoria. According to the World WAr Two Nominal Roll, he enlisted into the AMF (Australian Military Forces) on 21st July 1942. At this time, he was a married man and his next of kin is listed as Lillian Elizabeth HUNTLEY. He discharged from the Australian army on 12th August 1946 and his mustered trade was that of butcher. Allen had served with the 57/60 Australian Infantry Battalion AMF. This waist belt clearly bears his service number which likely was written by Allen himself in black ink. This relic was purchased by Medals Gone Missing online via eBay and is not for general sale. It will only be sold back to the descendants of Allen George HUNTLEY upon strict proof of relationship.
J.F.WALLACE

J.F.WALLACE

Service No:NX206102
Unit No:1 A R S D

Corps/Service:Headquarters / Command

Country: Australia
1942 Universal Pattern Australian army tunic with pants. Issued to NX206102 John Francis WALLACE. According to the World War Two Nominal Roll records, John Francis Wallace enlisted at Paddington. DOB 23/1/1927. Enlisted 6 March 1945. Next of Kin John Wallace. He became a Lance Sergeant. He discharged from the army 10 Feb 1947. This uniform was offered for sale on eBay but later withdrawn from sale.
E.ROWLES

E.ROWLES

Service No:NX43881
Unit No:2/33

Corps/Service:Infantry

Country: Australia
Army HQ in Australia were in possession of an identity disc pertaining to Private Eric ROWLES and were looking for Eric Rowles or a family member of his, so as to return the disc.
H.BROWN

H.BROWN

Service No:3034
Unit No:22

Corps/Service:Infantry

Country: Australia
Is this the real Private Harold BROWN who first enlisted into the 22nd Infantry Battalion of the AIF, then transferred to the 57th Infantry Battalion? Medals Gone Missing is searching for the direct descendants of Harold BROWN from Melbourne Victoria. Harold was an orchard worker and his father's name was Theo BROWN. Of interest, there are two photographs on the website of the Australian War Memorial; ONLY ONE of which could in fact be Harold BROWN. It appears that records generated by the original photographers, Darge Photographic Company do not clearly indicate which of the two diggers is actually Harold. Subsequently, MGM would like to make contact with the direct descendants of Harold BROWN so that this minor mystery can be solved.
H.BROWN

H.BROWN

Service No:3034
Unit No:22

Corps/Service:Infantry

Country: Australia
Is this the real Private Harold BROWN who first enlisted into the 22nd Infantry Battalion of the AIF, then transferred to the 57th Infantry Battalion? Medals Gone Missing is searching for the direct descendants of Harold BROWN from Melbourne Victoria. Harold was an orchard worker and his father's name was Theo BROWN. Of interest, there are two photographs on the website of the Australian War Memorial; ONLY ONE of which could in fact be Harold BROWN. It appears that records generated by the original photographers, Darge Photographic Company do not clearly indicate which of the two diggers is actually Harold. Subsequently, MGM would like to make contact with the direct descendants of Harold BROWN so that this minor mystery can be solved.
A.E.WELBOURN

A.E.WELBOURN

Service No:423369
Unit No:62 AC Wing

Corps/Service:Air Force/Flying Corps

Country: Australia
Second World War slouch hat (RAAF style with four eyelets) issued to Alan Egerton WELBOURN. Service Royal Australian Air Force Service Number 423369 Date of Birth 9 Jun 1914 Place of Birth ADELAIDE, SA Date of Enlistment 20 Jun 1942 Locality on Enlistment Unknown Place of Enlistment SYDNEY, NSW Next of Kin WELBOURN, EDITH Date of Discharge 5 Nov 1945 Rank Flying Officer Posting at Discharge 62 AC WING. This hat was offered for sale on the open market but failed to sell. If this hat is still for sale, could the current owner please contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator via this website.
W.INGLIS

W.INGLIS

Service No:123
Unit No:1 Light Horse Regiment

Corps/Service:Mounted/ Lighthorse/ Cavalry

Country: Australia
Medallion given to William INGLIS, in the possession of Toronto Police.
R.ROBINSON

R.ROBINSON

Unit No:Incident Response Regiment

Corps/Service:Engineers

Country: Australia
A privately produced bracelet commemorating the service of Rowan ROBINSON has been found in Teralba Park, Mitchelton near the soccer field during June 2015. It is engraved:- "Remembering Sapper Rowan Robinson IRR. Afghanistan SOTG". Sapper Robinson was serving with the Special Operations Task Group when he was tragically killed in action on Monday 6 June 2011 (Afghanistan time). Information from the Department of Defence indicates Sapper Robinson was born in Wahroonga, NSW in 1987. He joined the Army in 2006 and after his initial recruit training joined the 3rd Combat Engineer Regiment. After four years of service he was posted to the Incident Response Regiment at the start of 2010 where he completed his reinforcement cycle. This was Sapper Robinson’s second deployment to Afghanistan, having deployed on Operation Slipper in 2007. In the words of one of my friends who has found this commemorative memento:- "It means something to someone" and as a result, we would like to have it returned to the person concerned.
R.D.STUCKEY

R.D.STUCKEY

Service No:16881
Unit No:4 Field Company Engineers

Corps/Service:Engineers

Country: Australia
3 x WW1 letters including 1 with Rising Sun letterhead sent from 16881 Private Roy Stuckey OBE. Included are 2 of the original envelopes and a concertina postcard. "At 15 and 1/2 already 5ft 10in, 11 and 1/2 stone and a front row forward, he volunteered for service. He was drafted to the 4 Field Company Engineers, Fourth Division and within months was in France driving horse teams hauling barbed wire and timber to protect the trenches and strengthen strong points on the Allied front. He was blown up at Villers-Bretonneaux and was the sole survivor, horses and all, of a four horse team. Roy also served with the 18th and 35th infantry battalions before and in the early years of World War 11. In January 1959 Mr Stuckey was awarded an O.B.E for leadership an outstanding service in the fields of local government and public service. Hunter's Hill last night conferred its first Freedom of the Municipality. The man thus that honour is 67 year old Roy Darrell Stuckey. In his 32 years as Town Clerk Mr Stuckey has done much to make this gracious harborside suburb the progressive municipality it is today. Roy Stuckey was a scout at 10. He held most ranks and was a commissioner in 2 districts. He was awarded the Scout Medal of Merit. These letters were listed on the open market but then withdrawn. It is unknown if these items have been sold?
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