To the Glory of God and in lasting memorial of 3,268 Australian Soldiers who fought on Gallipoli in 1915 and have no known graves, and 456 New Zealand Soldiers whose names are not recorded in other areas of the Peninsula but who fell in  the Anzac Area and have no known graves; and also of  960 Australians and 252 New Zealanders who, fighting on Gallipoli in 1915, incurred mortal wounds and sickness and found burial at sea.
Text Box: WAR SERVICE with over 200 KIA & buried in CWGs O/seas
“Lest we Forget” A ROLL CALL Book 9
Text Box: Leslie Cecil. PRICE 1893-1915 
(Son of Matthew & Julia Price) 
Private. No. 219  11th Battalion Australian Imperial Forces. Private. “B” Company. Died on Active Duty  - Killed in Action at the  
Dardanelles GALLIPOLI on 2 May 1915.
After enlistment on 18 August 1914.
There is no known grave for Private Leslie Price but he is listed on the Memorials at LONE PINE. TURKEY.   Loos Memorial Panel 35 to 37.
Leslie Gaunt PRICE 1921-1942 is the nephew of Leslie Cecil PRICE 1893-1915
Descendants of the PRICE Family. Book 1.
Scott James PRICE, Matthew John PRICE and Amber Grace PRICE are the his great grand-nephews and great grand-niece.
Text Box: I would ask that any members of the family both young and old,  who are  travelling overseas, that they consider visiting  War Cemeteries and War Memorials, as a mark of respect and thanks  to  the young men and women, who were part of our family and who died for our country and now rest on these lonely shores in far off lands. Lest we Forget
Text Box: Herbert Boon Matthews  NX35560. A.I.F. 2/19 Bn. Australian Infantry, was killed on active duty on 19 January 1942 Singapore. Aged 26  years. Died a POW
He joined the Army at Glebe in NSW on  21 June 1940 at Wagga NSW. Son of William Harold Matthews and Margaret Mary Matthews. 
Private Herbert Boon Matthews is buried and commemorated in the KRANJI WAR CEMETERY, 22 Kilometres north of the City of Singapore, on the north side of Singapore Island, overlooking the Straits of Jahore.  It is just off the Singapore-Johore Road, (Woodlands Road) at the milestone 13.5, with a short approach road from the main road.  The Cemetery is known locally as Kranji Memorial and one must be sure of the address before boarding a taxi as most taxi drivers do not know the cemetery.
Special Memorial “C”.   Plot 19, Row E, Grave No. 5.
Rebecca Jane SOLOMON nee BATES, Jessica Maree BATES, Joshua Wayne BAUER, Amy Louise BAUER, Scott James PRICE, Matthew John PRICE  and Amber Grace PRICE are the first cousin three times removed of Herbert Boon MATTHEWS KIA ww2
Leslie Gaunt PRICE 1921-1942
Leading Aircraftman Leslie Gaunt Price, Royal Australian Airforce – son of Matthew Gaunt Price and Kathleen Price nee Chesson, of Big Bell Western Australia, died in aircraft crash at Port Pirie South Australia whilst training during ww2. Buried Port Pirie Cemetery Plot C.C. Row 94, Grave 8.
Scott James PRICE, Matthew John PRICE and Amber Grace PRICE are the grand-nephews and grand-niece of Leslie Gaunt PRICE. Kia ww2.
They were the youth of our nation, our pride and our joy who gave their lives in service to their countries.      
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GRENFELL, Lieutenant Robert Septimus 12th Lancers (att'd 21st Lancers) - killed at Battle of Omdurman 2nd September 1898.  He is related to the PRICE FAMILY by marriage.
William Livingstone (1870-1900)
Murray Page Number: 484 
[This was the original information] 
Missing in Action in the Boer War.
PHOTO: William Livingstone
DESCRIPTION: Special supplement Queenslander newspaper 19 May 1900. 4th  Contingent Queensland Imperial Bushmen.
Text Box: [Right] Sergeant CLIFTON GRENFELL Number 381, 8th, Australian Light Horse
Remembered with honour KIA 7 August 1915 Grave/Memorial 5.LONE PINE MEMORIAL TURKEY
Sgt. Clifton Grenfell 1891-1915
was: Mention in Despatches
Service Number 381  Unit 8th LH WW1 
Date of London Gazette 5 November 1915.
He is related to the PRICE family by marriage and a distant cousin to my grand-children.
Text Box: Private Ernest Thomas CARDEN, 1898-1918 
The Buffs (East Kent UK Regiment) 
Unit Text: "B" Coy. 7th Bn. 
Age: 20 Date of Death:04/04/1918 
No: G/13346 
Grave/Memorial Reference: V. D. 18. CRUCIFIX CORNER CEMETERY, VILLERS-BRETONNEUX. Somme. France.
Distant cousin of Veronica Maude BATES nee DIBBLE.
Lieutenant Colonel 
Royal Armoured Corps, Royal Scots Greys (2nd Dragoons) 
Secondary Regiment: Commando Unit No. 11 (Scottish) 
Age: 24 
Date of Death: 18/11/1941 
Service No: 71081 
Awards: VC, MC 
Grave/Memorial Reference: 7. D. 5. 
Citation: in the London Gazette of the 19th June, 1942, gives the following details : Lieutenant-Colonel Keyes commanded a detachment of a force which landed some 250 miles behind the enemy lines, in North Africa, to attack Headquarters Base installations and communications. Lieutenant-Colonel Keyes deliberately selected the command of the party detailed to attack the residence and Headquarters of the General Officer commanding the German Forces in North Africa. This attack meant almost certain death for those who took part in it. The disposition of his detachment left him only one officer and an N.C.O. with whom to break into General Rommel's residence. On the night 17/18 November, 1941, he boldly led his party to the front door and demanded entrance. It was unfortunately necessary to shoot the sentry; the noise aroused the house, so that speed became of the first importance. Lieutenant-Colonel Keyes instinctively took the lead and emptied his revolver with great success into the first room. He then entered the second room but was mortally wounded almost immediately. By his fearless disregard of the dangers which he ran and of which he was fully aware, and by his magnificent leadership and outstanding gallantry Lieutenant Colonel Keyes set an example of supreme self-sacrifice and devotion to duty. 
Text Box: [Below] Military Cross
Text Box: [Above] Victoria Cross.
Text Box: [Left] WILLIAM MURRAY MULLINS, 1914-1943
Royal Australian Army 418542 
Service Number V53920

Remembered with honour
Sec. E. Grave 34A.
William Murray MULLINS, 1914-1943 is the First Cousin once removed to Veronica Maude BATES nee DIBBLE. 
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2nd Australian Light Horse 
Service No: 571 
Grave/Memorial Reference: Sp. Mem. A. 6. 
Rebecca Jane SOLOMAN nee BATES, Jessica Maree BATES, Joshua Wayne BAUER, Amy Louise BAUER, Scott James PRICE, Matthew John PRICE and Amber Grace PRICE are the second cousin three times removed of Albert William John TALLENTIRE.1891-1915 KIA ww1.
Text Box: Geoffrey Charles Tasker KEYES, VC. MC. 1917-1941 - See above for detail of citation.
Related to the CARDEN FAMILY in Grandma! Where did I come from? Book 2.  
Diana PYM nee GOUGH is the first cousin of Lt. Col. Geoffrey Charles Tasker KEYES VC. Diana PYM nee GOUGH is the second cousin once removed of Annette FERNYHOUGH nee CARDEN.  Malcolm Whitworth BATES, Catherine Veronica BAUER nee BATES and Vicki Louise PRICE nee BATES are the fifth cousins twice  removed of Annette FERNYHOUGH nee GOUGH, the mother of this Annette FERNEYHOUGH nee GOUGH was Ann GOUGH nee CARDEN.  Veronica Maude BATES nee DIBBLE and her brother Robert James Claremont DIBBLE Major Ret. are the fourth cousin twice removed of Ann GOUGH nee CARDEN.

Private Ernest Thomas CARDEN, 1898-1918 is a distant cousin to Geoffrey Charles Tasker KEYES and Veronica Maude BATES. Via marriages of Carden, Keyes and Gough Families.
	We remember them all -  Lest we Forget
Text Box: [Right] Stanley George LIVINGSTONE, d1916
Rank: Sergeant
Service No:2485
Date of Death:03/09/1916
Regiment/Service: Australian Infantry, A.I.F.  
49th Bn. 
Grave Reference V. G. 4.
Stanley George LIVINGSTONE was a Methodist Missionary before joining up.  He lived at Crow’s Nest Toowoomba Queensland. His father was Alexander Kingsley Livingstone from Essex in England.
We have, as yet, not connected Stanley George LIVINGSTONE into our LIVINGSTONE Family History but I would hope that if you are ever in the vicinity of COURCELETTE BRITISH CEMETERY in France that you will remember him.
Text Box: All on this page are related to our grand-children, Rebecca Jane SOLOMON nee BATES, Jessica Maree BATES, Joshua Wayne BAUER, Amy Louise BAUER, Scott James PRICE, Matthew John PRICE and Amber Grace PRICE.
 by DNA or Marriage connections.   Lest we Forget
Text Box: William LIVINGSTONE (1870-1900) is the first cousin twice removed to John Malcolm BATES.