• Anders Thorvald Julius Salvator Nielsen

Army / Flying Corps
  • Australian Army Veterinary Corps
  • 15th Australian Infantry Battalion
  • 4th Brigade
  • Private

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    Unknown
  • Enlistment - WW1

    Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

  • Birth

    Valby, Copenhagen, Denmark

Stories and comments
    • Corporal Anders Thorvald Julius Salvatore “Toby” Nielsen BIRTH 3 Oct 1878 Valby, Kobenhavns Kommune, Hovedstaden, Denmark DEATH 1 Jun 1954 AWM NAA Gary Parsons 26th Bn. researcher.
    • Posted by blackboycreek, Friday, 21 January 2022

    Corporal Anders Thorvald Julius Salvatore “Toby” Nielsen BIRTH 3 Oct 1878 Valby, Kobenhavns Kommune, Hovedstaden, Denmark DEATH 1 Jun 1954 (aged 75) Brisbane City, Queensland, Australia BURIAL Mount Thompson Memorial Gardens and Crematorium Holland Park West, Brisbane City, Queensland, Australia PLOT Single niche 186 - section 19 - wall 7 MEMORIAL ID 228027557

    • Find a grave entry AWM NAA Gary Parsons 26th Bn. researcher.
    • Posted by blackboycreek, Friday, 21 January 2022

    Death: Brisbane Hospital: Pulmonary Oedema, Congestive Cardiac Failure Funeral: Thursday, 10:15, Church of England Minister R. A. Burnett, Witnesses: Wm. Taylor and J. Smith QLD BDM 1954/B/2209, named Anders Thorvald Julius Solvator Nielsen Parents Anders Nielsen & Hanne Signe Jensen Sometimes named Andrew & Neilson variations. Immigrated from Denmark via England 9 December 1882 with his parents & siblings on ship Duke of Buckingham. Arrived at Brisbane after a stop at Cooktown on 3 February 1883. Service No.57894, Private with 4th Infantry Enlistment: 24 May 1918 but served 6 years previously of Artillery & Infantry with Australian Militia as per AIF military form. 21 June 1918 Commanding Officer Grigg approved Anders & appointed him to the 5th Reinforcement. 17 July 1918 embarked on ship HMAT Borda, Private 1st to 8th (QLD). Disembarked in London & allotted to Reinforcements 15th Battalion 25 January 1919 marched in Abancourt, France 11 April 1919 posted to 5th Battalion in Calais, France 23 July 1919 embarked on ship HT Port Sydney from London to Australia 10 September 1919 Discharged Service No. Q65002 Enlisted: 30 July 1940 Unit: 1st Remount Squadron 9 March 1942 promotion to Corporal 20 November 1943 Discharged - Arteriosclerosis