Find out about the history of your australian relatives in ww1

Compose a war diary / 2. service record / 2.1 identify
This site is dedicated to my Grandfather, who disappeared after returning from WWI. He fought for my freedom which I know does not come without cost. I am eternally grateful for his efforts and what he stood for. I love you Grandad, good on ya mate. FOR KING & COUNTRY. R.I.P. Albert Alfred Curry.

How to find the correct Service Record.

Your first step is to identify a person who served in the Australian Military Forces.
These websites below will help find an individuals Name and Service Number and other personal details to confirm that you have the correct service record.

Nominal Roll
The Australian War Memorial website gives a single list of names in alphabetical order of all the members who served in the First World War.

Embarkation Roll
Details of approximately 330,000 A.I.F personal, recorded as they embarked on troopships from Australia for overseas service during the First World War.

Record Search
The Australian National Archives website now has Service Records online to observe, review and print off for free. This is the first set of documents to obtain from the government departments that will help you start your research.

My family’s Service Records

Albert Alfred Curry
Henry Ernest Curry

Henry John Marchment
Robert Westall Marchment
Stan Hastings Marchment

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