• Leslie Job

Army / Flying Corps
  • 11th Australian Infantry Battalion
  • 3rd Brigade
  • Corporal

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  • 1914–1915 Star
  • British War Medal
  • Victory Medal
  • Enlistment - WW1

    Perth WA, Australia

  • Birth

    Fitzroy, VIC, Australia

Stories and comments
    • Leslie Job - Post And Telegraphic Annual Picnic Committee
    • Posted by blacksmith, Friday, 30 October 2015

    Post And Telegraphic Annual Picnic Committee. Back Row. - Tom Mulqueeny, A. Kevan, J. Mclnerney, J. Wescott, W. Wise. Second Row. - B. Rose, L. Jobe, T. O'Brien, W. Harvey, W. Farrell, B. Seymour. Third Row. - W. Brown, T. Henderson, W. O. Harris, C. Owens, E. Toombs. A. Conlon, A. McHugh. Front Row. - W. Wintle, young Henderson, young Conlon, T. Davis. Truth Saturday 11 April 1914 p 7.

    Leslie Job - Post And Telegraphic Annual Picnic Committee
    • Leslie Job – 11th Australian Infantry Battalion
    • Posted by blacksmith, Friday, 30 October 2015

    Goldfield Casualties Personal Details. Lance-Corporal Job, who has been reported missing from his battalion at the Gallipoli Peninsula, was a Boulder resident. His schooling was received there, and he was connected with the Postal Department for about six years, commencing at the Boulder Post Office as messenger boy. Later he was transferred to Kalgoorlie as telephone attendant, and he was occupying this position when he enlisted. He was in the 11th battalion, and was one of the lucky ones to escape during the landing ordeal on April 25. He was a sergeant in the citizen forces, and although he joined the expeditionary force as a private he very quickly gained his lance-corporal’s stripe. His parents, who reside at 104 Dwyer street, are old Boulder identities. A younger brother, Private, Percival Job, is also serving at the front with the 28th Battalion. Kalgoorlie Miner Thursday 8 July .