Norman was working as a clerk in Parramatta when he joined the 4 Battalion in January 1915.
Keith Sigismund Macarthur Brown [i] was born at ‘Brislington’ on 14 April 1890. Keith was educated at the nearby King’s School (1900-04)[ii] and Sydney University where he studied medicine (1910-1915). (more…)
When the war broke out in 1914 one of Australia’s most recognised hero’s (more…)
Bernhardi: “War is as divine as eating and drinking”Satan: “Here is a partner for me” (more…)
Medical and nursing sisters of 3rd Australian General Hospital (3AGH) in the tent lines with patients, 1915. Source: www.awm.gov.au/collection/J01438/
When the call first went out in 1914 for nurses to help the Australian war effort their sphere of operation was confined to serving in General Hospitals at (more…)
On the 1 July 1919 Nurse Dorothy Cawood returned home to Parramatta after 4 years continuous service (CA 014/07/1919 p.10). (more…)
The local architect James Houison erected his shop and dwelling on Lot 1 on the south eastern corner of Lennox Bridge, (more…)