• WALLACE John Anthony James

Army / Flying Corps

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  • Enlistment - WW1

    Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

  • Birth

    St Lawrence, QLD, Australia

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    • John Anthony James-Wallace
    • Posted by Mapping our Anzacs story, Wednesday, 20 November 2013

    Pop, born at Killarney Station, His father died when he was 14 and he moved to Brisbane with his mother and sisters where they lived in a boarding house which his mother had bought in Ernest St, Sth Bris.

      • Cooloola
      • Thursday, 1 October 2015

      (transcribed article from The Sydney Mail 27.11.1918, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article160628147) Australians at Oxford. Members of A. Coy., No. 4 O.T.B. Rugby Football Team at New College, Oxford. They all gained commissions. Back Row: W. C. Massey, R.H.R. Lloyd, Third Row: H. R. Evans, A. G. Hague, H. P. Christie, J. A. James-Wallace, H. Finch, A. E. Mackay, R. N. Bates, B. Campbell. Second Row: L. Botham, A. W. E. Crow, J. H.C. Keble, C. P. O. Manson, (captain) captain J. S. Lithiby, D. C. Flower, M. Hully. Front Row: P. E. Ralph, F. R. Mudge, J. A. Edgar, F. S. P. Hickey. The photograph was forwarded to Mrs. J. A. Botham, of Church-street, Marrickville, by her son (first in second row).