Douglas Victor Choules Private Douglas Victor Choules (522) was born at Brighton, Sussex, England, and was educated at Pershore, Worcestershire, England. He enlisted in August, 1914, and joined the 11th Battalion, embarking with them on the Ascanius. He served in Gallipoli for four months, and was invalided to Egypt. He joined the Battalion in 1916 in France, and was three times wounded and also gassed. He was invalided to England, where he remained until after the Armistice, returning to Australia in April, 1919. He lost the hearing of one ear through an accident at Lemnos. Henry Leslie Choules Sergeant Henry Leslie Choules (1794) was born at Hampshire, England, and was educated at Pershore, England. He was married on the 12th January, 1920, to Marguerite Beatrice George. He enlisted at Katanning on the 17th January, 1915, and sailed for Egypt with the 4th Reinforcements, 16th Battalion. He contracted fever at Gallipoli, and was sent to hospital in England. He rejoined his Battalion in Egypt in 1916, and then crossed to France, where he won the Military Medal at Reincourt on the 11th April, 1917. He was wounded at Ypres, and returned home on the 7th April, 1919. Australia’s Fighting Sons Of The Empire. Page 132.