• Stanley Oliver

Army / Flying Corps
  • 26th Australian Infantry Battalion
  • 7th Brigade
  • Private

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    Unknown
  • Enlistment - WW1

    Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

  • Birth

    Essex, England

Stories and comments
    • ROLL OF HONOUR Stanley Oliver Service number 2153 AWM NAA Gary Parsons 26th Bn. researcher.
    • Posted by blackboycreek, Saturday, 22 January 2022

    ROLL OF HONOUR Stanley Oliver Service number 2153 Rank Private Unit 26th Australian Infantry Battalion Service Australian Imperial Force Conflict/Operation First World War, 1914-1918 Conflict Eligibility Date First World War, 1914-1921 Date of Death 03 May 1917 Place of Death France Age at Death 20 Place of Association Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Cemetery or Memorial Details Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux, Picardie, France Source AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army Private Stanley Oliver BIRTH unknown DEATH 3 May 1917 MEMORIAL SITE* Villers-Bretonneux Memorial Villers-Bretonneux, Departement de la Somme, Picardie, France

    ROLL OF HONOUR Stanley Oliver Service number	2153
    • AWM NAA Gary Parsons 26th Bn. researcher.
    • Posted by blackboycreek, Saturday, 22 January 2022

    Stanley Oliver Event date: 03/05/1917 Event type: Death registration Registration details: 1922/F/6689 Mother: Ruth Amelia Wright Father/parent: Edward Oliver Father Edward Oliver Born in Hatfield Peverel, Essex on April 1860 to William Oliver and Mary Ann Luckin. Edward Oliver married Ruth Amelia Wright and had 7 children. He passed away on 09 Dec 1911.

    • AWM NAA Gary Parsons 26th Bn. researcher.
    • Posted by blackboycreek, Saturday, 22 January 2022

    (Red Cross – Missing K.I.A. No burial Report. No trace Germany. Pte William Pringle Thomson 199 26th Bn – I was in the advance on Bullecourt on 03/05/17. He was in my Plat and we went over at 9.30 a.m. and soon after 600 yds advance, a shell came close to us. I saw him spin round and fall. I went on and never saw him again. The advance was held so it was impossible for him to be taken prisoner. Probably blown to bits or buried by another shell. He was Temp in Charge of the Bombing Sect. (N.A.A. – 05/11/16 W.I.A. – G.S.W. Chest 02/03/17 W.I.A. 2nd occasion. G.S.W. right arm. 03/05/17 M.I.A. now K.i.A. Brother Sgt George Oliver 3432A 31st Bn and 2022 49th Bn W.I.A. 26/09/17 RTA Discharged 25/07/18)

    • 1st photo by SLQ
    • Posted by jaydsydaus121, Tuesday, 5 April 2022

    The first photo on this page (uploaded by the SLQ) is not Stanley Oliver, SERN. 2153. The photo is actually of Stanley Oliver, SERN 136, "A" Company.