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  • Title
    NSW servicemen portraits, 1918-19 - Lawrence James Paul, an original ANZAC who landed at Gallipoli 25 April 1915 and was killed at Lone Pine
  • Call number
    P1/Paul, Lawrence James
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  • Physical Description
    Photographs - 1 silver gelatin photoprint - 13 x 8 cm.

    Date of Birth: [1883 or 1884]
    School: Camperdown S. Public School
    Native Place: Annandale NSW
    Date of Enlistment: 1.9.1914 at Annandale
    Trade or Calling: Boilermaker
    Born in or near what Town: Annandale
    Address prior to Enlistment:
    Experience prior to enlistment: St George Rifles
    Rank, Number, Battalion, Distinctions: L/Cpl no.871 B or C Coy 4th Battalion 1st Brigade
    Casualties and where: Killed in action at Lone Pine 7.8.1915 [6.8.1915 - AWM Honour Roll], aged 31
    Cemetery or Memorial Details: Gallipoli 23. Johnston's Jolly
    Memorial Panel: 41 [AWM] ; Sp. Mem. 33. [Annandale ?]
    Name & Address of Next of Kin: Eliza Paul, of St. Ives, Austral St., Penshurst
    Name and last address of Father: Thomas James Paul of St. Ives, Austral St., Penshurst
  • General note

    For additional information, refer to the Australian War Memorial (online), Biographical Databases, First World War Nominal Roll
    Jas C. Cruden postcard
    Digital order no:a872167
  • Signatures / Inscriptions

    Biographical information taken from reverse of photograph
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