37 Pattern waistbelt on issue to Private Walter Joseph HUNT, born on the 18th of August, 1909 in Sydney. His next of kin was Dulcie Hunt. The World War Two Nominal Roll has him enlisting into the Militia on the 13th of January, 1942 and discharging on the 15th of December, 1945. His posting on discharge was the 162 Australian General Transport. This belt has had the rear buckles removed. For sale to the family only on proof of relationship.
I have some civil medals that were found in Cammeray in Sydney about ten years ago. They were awarded to a girl by the name of Jessie ROWOHL who was the sister of a Neil Roy Bailey (service number 1882 of the 17th Infantry Battalion during WW1) The medallions are: St John Ambulance Association badge. A RLSS Cadet medal and a RLSS medal to W.R. - I would like to have these medals returned to the family. They are NOT for general sale and proof of family relation is a must.
I have found some civil medals which appear to have been issued to Private Neil Roy BAILEY who came from the small village of Cobargo on the South Coast of New South Wales (at some time). He died in 1955, so he was a resident on the South Coast - more than likely just after WW1. The medals are from the Cobargo Rifle Club and a 'Cobargo and District' medal. Also a R.S.L. Medal. They were found in Cammeray with some medals belonging to his sister Jessie Rowohl. I would like to find their family and return these medals. They are NOT for general sale.
Corps/Service:Air Force/Flying Corps
Shaving Mirror issued to Flying Officer Charles Frederick Johnstone SMITH of the Royal Australian Air Force. Born in Norfolk, England on the 30th of August, 1904. The World War Two Nominal Role has him discharging from the R.A.A.F on the 27th of September, 1945 but no enlistment date. This mirror is heavily tarnished, but the leather exterior casing is in very good condition. This item will only be returned to the family upon proof of relationship.
03 Pattern Waterbottle carrier issued to Gunner Frank Thomas BARNES, born on the 19th of October, 1917 in Lewisham NSW. The World War 2 Nominal Role has him enlisting into the 2nd AIF on the 09th of July, 1940 at Paddington, NSW. He discharged on the 09th of November, 1945. Posting on discharge was the 2/1 Survey Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery. For information to family members only.
Corps/Service:Air Force/Flying Corps
Housewife (sewing kit) on issue to Flying Officer John Pershing GREGORY, born in Brisbane, Queensland on the 30th of September, 1919. The Second World War Nominal Role has him enlisting into the Royal Australian Air Force on the 02nd of February, 1941. His next of kin is recorded as Dorothy GREGORY. He discharged on the 6th of December, 1945. Posting on discharge was RAF Dorval. Kit has his service number written inside the flap. Item will only be sold to the family of the recipient after proof of relation. NOT FOR GENERAL SALE.
03 PATTERN WATERBOTTLE CARRIER on issue to Private Robert Sidney JACKSON. Born on the 21st of July, 1903 at Murray Bridge - South Australia. He enlisted on the 25/05/1940 and the WW2 Nominal Role has him discharging on the 23/03/1943. He was in the 9th Division of the 2nd AIF. NOTE: This item is for sale to the family only and NOT FOR GENERAL SALE. Proof of family connection is necessary. P.O.A.
03 PATTERN WATERBOTTLE CARRIER issued to Corporal Arthur Oswald COLEMAN. Born on the 17th of March, 1918 at Grenfell, N.S.W. He enlisted on the 25/05/1940 and the WW2 Nominal Role has him discharging on the 13/08/1945 as part of the 7th Division. NOTE: This item is for sale to the family only - NOT FOR GENERAL SALE. Proof of family ties required. P.O.A.
03 PATTERN WATERBOTTLE CARRIER on issue to Captain David Austin Grenfell THOMAS of the 2/7 Field Regiment. Born on the 26/04/1909 at Kapunda - South Australia. He enlisted on the 23/05/1940 and the WW2 Nominal Role has him discharging on the 27/09/1945. NOTE: This item will only be sold to the family and is NOT FOR GENERAL SALE. Proof of family ties must be shown. P.O.A.