Mosman 1914-1918

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To commemorate the centenary of World War One, Mosman Library is creating an online resource to collect and display information about the wartime experiences of local service people. Help us transcribe diaries, letters and honour rolls.

Works

Allsop Diary

Five diaries of W.J.A. Allsop that cover the period 1915-1917 were purchased by the Mitchell Library in 1920. In August 2012, Geraldine Walsh spoke to Allsop's son John, who shared this diary with the 'Doing our bit, Mosman 1914-1918' project.

119 pages: 100% indexed, 100% transcribed

E.S. "Gordon" Lacey - Diary 1

Ernest Stanley "Gordon" Lacey grew up in Mosman. His parents lived at 'Richmond', 24 Rosebery Street. He went to school locally and worked as a mail assistant at Mosman Post Office before enlisting in 1917. Wounded for the first time in May 1918, he returned to his Battalion, the 53rd, in August,...

33 pages: 35% indexed, 90% transcribed

E.S. "Gordon" Lacey - Diary 2

Ernest Stanley "Gordon" Lacey grew up in Mosman. His parents lived at 'Richmond', 24 Rosebery Street. He went to school locally and worked as a mail assistant at Mosman Post Office before enlisting in 1917. Wounded for the first time in May 1918, he returned to his Battalion, the 53rd, in August,...

56 pages: 30% indexed, 100% transcribed

E.S. "Gordon" Lacey - Diary 3

Ernest Stanley "Gordon" Lacey grew up in Mosman. His parents lived at 'Richmond', 24 Rosebery Street. He went to school locally and worked as a mail assistant at Mosman Post Office before enlisting in 1917. Wounded for the first time in May 1918, he returned to his Battalion, the 53rd, in August,...

58 pages: 42% indexed, 98% transcribed

Mosman Methodist Church roll of honour 1914-1919

2 pages: 0% indexed, 100% transcribed

Mosman Rowing Club roll of honour 1914-1918

2 pages: 0% indexed, 100% transcribed

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