• George Henry Martin

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  • Birth

    Kelmscott, WA, Australia

  • Enlistment - WW1

    Perth, WA, Australia

Stories and comments
    • A Patriotic Family
    • Posted by blacksmith, Sunday, 10 August 2014

    This wonderful portrait of the four sons and daughter of George and Rosina Martin of Kelmscott W.A. was published in the Western Mail Newspaper on Friday 12 May 1916. Follow the web link to the National Library of Australia `Trove` web site to view the original article. Article Text. A Patriotic family – The Four Sons and Daughter of Mr and Mrs George K. Martin of `The Mount` Kelmscott. (1) Trooper Frank Martin 10th Light Horse, now in Egypt (2) Sergeant George Martin 16th Battalion, who took part in the landing at Anzac (3) Alice M. Martin who is a nurse at No. 1 General Hospital Heliopolis (4) Trooper William Martin 10th Light Horse, now in Egypt (5) Private Lewis Martin, who is in the artillery at Guildford

    • Company Quartermaster Sergeant George Henry Martin M.M. - 16th Australian Infantry Battalion
    • Posted by blacksmith, Thursday, 2 October 2014

    Perth Prattle Mrs. R. S. Martin, of Kelmscott, bas received an official letter from headquarters congratulating her upon the fact that her son, Sergt-Major G. H. Martin of the 16th Battalion, had been mentioned in despatches by Field Marshall Haig for `conspicuous services` rendered. We share Mrs. Martin's pride in her brave son. Sunday Times Sunday 25 November 1917.