• Andrew Stevens

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  • Birth

    Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

  • Enlistment - WW1

    Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Stories and comments
    • The Men of "A" Company, 26th Battalion
    • Posted by jaydsydaus121, Saturday, 18 January 2020

    Daily Standard (Brisbane, Qld. : 1912 - 1936) Fri 7 Jul 1916 Page 6 RETURNING SOLDIERS. ANOTHER BIG BATCH. Following Is a list of members of the Australian Imperial Force returning to Australia shortly. The list is as cabled, and is open to correction on account of mutilations in cabling and other causes:— 172, Pte. A. Stevens, 26th Bat. The Daily Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1903 - 1926) Mon 28 May 1917 Page 2 FUNERAL OF A GALLIPOLI VETERAN. The remains of the late Private A. Stevens were accorded a military funeral on Saturday afternoon at Toowong cemetery. The deceased was a member of the 26th Battalion, who had seen service at Gallipoli, and had returned wounded. He died on Friday night at the General Hospital. He was a widower with a grown-up family. The cortege moved from Smith's parlors, Wickham-street. The pall bearers were: Messrs. J. S. Wray, A. Wedlake, B. R. Bird, and H. J. L. Robilliard. A firing party attended from headquarters, and the Last Post was sounded over the grave Chaplain Captain Tighe officiated at the graveside. The chief mourners included the two daughters of the deceased, and Mr. Robilliard. A handsome wreath was sent by the Returned Sailors and Soldiers’' Imperial League of Australia. Find A Grave Toowong Cemetery, Brisbane, Brisbane City, Queensland, Australia, PLOT 15. 4. 30. N1/906. (GRM/4*)