5th Tunnelling Company

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5th Australian Tunnelling Company

REGIMENTAL FLAG - Australian Tunnelling Company To be Sent to Canberra
LONDON, November 5.
On behalf of the Dean and Chapter of Salisbury Cathedral, Colonel Edwin Parker to-day handed to the Australian High Commissioner (Sir Granville Ryrie) the regimental colour of the Fifth Australian Tunnelling Company, which is being sent to the Australian national collection of war relics at Canberra.
The colour was lodged in the Cathedral for safe keeping when the company went to France In 1916, and has remained there since.[1]

Enlistments in the 5th Australian Tunnelling Company from Ballarat and Surroundings

B

Walter Benson

D

William S. Davies; Sydney C. Dubout

F

Charles Ferrari

G

Alexander Govan; John Grant

K

Jacob Kauffman

L

Lionel Lambert

M

John Mackin; John H.W. McGain; Hugh McKenzie; Thomas Muxworthy; J. McInroy; David G. Muxworthy

R

Alfred Reed;

V

Frederick W. Vale

W

P.W. Wagstaff; Samuel Watson; Albert J. Wells; Charles Whealan; Henry Woods; Samuel Watson

Also See

Australian Mining Corps

1st Tunnelling Company

2nd Tunnelling Company

3rd Tunnelling Company

4th Tunnelling Company

6th Tunnelling Company

Other Sites

http://tunnellers.net/corps_history/foreword.pdf


References

  1. Hobart Mercury, 7 November 1931.




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