Hubert Henry Carroll

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Military Experience

Lieutenant Hubert Henry Carroll was a 24 year old single Surveyor and Draughtsman living at Ballarat when he enlisted. He was a member of the Australian Mining Corps Headquarters.[1]

Next of kin listed on his enlistment form was his father, J.W. Carroll, 3 Pleasant Street, Ballarat, Victoria. He embarked from Sydney on 20 February 1916 on the HMAT Ulysses [1]

Hubert Carroll was one of the officers responsible for firing the blast under Hill 60. The photograph can be viewed at

Honours and Awards

Hubert H. Carroll was awarded the Military Medal. It was gazetted on 4 October 1917.[2]

See also

Australian Mining Corps

Awards & Honors

Hill 60


  1. Research by Damian Finlayson
  2. Commonwealth of Australia Gazette: Page 2629, position 14.

Other links

Officers from the 1st Australian Tunnelling Company who fired the mine under Hill 60 -

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