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Appleton Centenary

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Union Jack - Tumbarumba NSW
Situated around five kms from Tumbarumba New South Wales.
Sacred to the memory of those boys who fell in the Great War

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Union Jack Memorial Tumbarumba

 

Union Jack School 1942
 
 
Union Jack Memorial

 

Tumblong NSW
Unveiled by W Manns Esq assisted by R Innes Noad MLC 14 November 1917

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WW11 1939 -45

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Boer War
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Yass NSW

St Andrew's Presbyterian Church Roll of Honour

George Grieves - KIA 19.5.1915

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VP Bush

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Submitted by
Rob Ryan
N.244163 Private George Leonard Farrell Bliss, 3 Aust Inf Battalion KIA
Kokoda Track, New Guinea, age 20. Buried in Kokoda War Cemetery, Bomana,
Grave D.D.14. On Roll of Honour, Yass, NSW.
 
Private
GEORGE LEONARD FARRELL BLISS
N244163
Service Australian Army
Place of Birth YASS, NSW
Date of Enlistment 2 December 1941
Locality on Enlistment SPRING VALLEY
Place of Enlistment YASS, NSW
Next of Kin BLISS, REBECCA
Date of Death 19 October 1942
Posting on Death 3 Australian Infantry Battalion
 
BLISS, Private, GEORGE LEONARD FARRELL, N244163. A.C.M.F. 3 Bn.
Australian Infantry. 19th October 1942. Age 20. Son of Farrell and
Rebecca Bliss (nee Privett), of Yass, New South Wales. C7. E. 10.
 
George Leonard Farrell Bliss was born on the property known as "Spring
Valley" - the same property his grandfather, George Henry Bliss,
convict, was granted when given a Ticket of Leave in 1839.
 
He was called up in 1942 into the Militia and drafted into the Third
Australian Infantry Battalion. He was not tall and was slightly built
but quite used to hard farm work and sleeping rough, whilst out rounding
up cattle.
 
Following his call-up and brief training, he was sent to New Guinea and
Kokoda. He was amongst A.I.F. returned volunteers.
 
His rural background made him keenly observant of things around him and
he was used to using a gun.
 
George and another young soldier were sent as scouts by their Unit
Lieutenant, who was later demoted for sending out inexperienced
youngsters in this role.
 
Both youngsters were killed on the track and cannibalised
 
There is a memorial to George and others killed on the Kokoda Track in
Concord, NSW.
 
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