We remember Charles Mcpherson Anthony

We remember Charles Mcpherson Anthony

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Timeline

Timeline

1889
sibling John Anthony Source:8502398 11th February 1889
1891
birth Banton, Kilsyth, Stirlingshire, Scotland United Kingdom Source:8501821 3rd February 1891
1894
sibling William Anthony Source:8502403 4th July 1894
1896
sibling Hugh Mcpherson Anthony Source:8502406 7th April 1896
1898
sibling Maggie Paterson Anthony Source:8502407 13th February 1898
1914
dates Age 23 Source:8144514 30th October 1914
1914
location Harvey, Western Australia Australia Source:8501824 30th October 1914 - 6th May 1917
1914
education Kilsyth Academy Kilsyth, Stirlingshire, Scotland United Kingdom Source:8144514 30th October 1914
1914
employment Iron Monger's Assistant David Shaw Kilsyth, Stirlingshire, Scotland United Kingdom Source:8144514 30th October 1914
1914
enlistment Blackboy Hill Western Australia Australia Source:8501823 30th October 1914
1914
location Harvey, Western Australia Australia Source:8144514 30th October 1914 - 6th May 1917
1914
service Australian Imperial Force Private 1302 Australian & New Zealand Army Corps 11th Infantry Battalion Source:8501823 30th October 1914 - 1st January 1915
1915
service Australian Imperial Force Private 1302 Australian & New Zealand Army Corps 11th Infantry Battalion Source:8501823 2nd January 1915 - 6th May 1915
1915
theatres Egypt :4 Source:8501823 22nd February 1915 - 25th August 1915
1915
theatres Gallipoli :2b Source:8501823 April 1915 - 25th August 1915
1915
service Australian Imperial Force Private 1302 Australian & New Zealand Army Corps then 1st ANZAC Corps post Feb 1916 11th Infantry Battalion Source:8501823 7th May 1915 - 25th June 1916
1915
location Uduc Road, Harvey, Western Australia Australia Source:8502448 17th June 1915
1915
hospitalisation Admission to Hospital Hospital/Institution Source:8144514 31st August 1915 - 13th September 1915
1915
hospitalisation Admission to Hospital Hospital/Institution Source:8144514 13th September 1915 - 18th September 1915
1915
hospitalisation Admission to Hospital Hospital/Institution Source:8144514 24th September 1915 - 4th October 1915
1916
theatres France & Belgium: 1a Source:8501823 28th May 1916 - 6th May 1917
1916
service Australian Imperial Force Private 1302 1st ANZAC Corps 1st Entrenching Battalion Source:8501823 25th June 1916 - 27th July 1916
1916
service Australian Imperial Force Private 1302 1st ANZAC Corps 11th Infantry Battalion Source:8501823 30th July 1916 - 6th May 1917
1916
hospitalisation Admitted to Field Dressing Station Hospital/Institution Source:8144514 22nd August 1916 - 25th August 1916
1917
dates Age 26 Source:8501821 6th May 1917
theatres France & Belgium: 1a Source:8501824
location Harvey Australia Source:8502451
1917
death Killed in Action Killed during retaliatory heavy barrage after the third failed enemy counter attack during The Second Battle of Bullecourt on 6 May 1917. Bullecourt France Source:8501823 Source:8501864 6th May 1917
burial Australian National Memorial Viller-Bretonneux CWGC Cemetery/Memorial Picardie France Source:8502413

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Charles Mcpherson
Initials CM
Last Name Anthony
Source 8501821
First Names Charles Mcpherson
Initials CM
Last Name Anthony
Source 8501823
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
Harvey, Western Australia Australia 30th October 1914 - 6th May 1917
Harvey, Western Australia Australia 30th October 1914 - 6th May 1917
Harvey Australia
Uduc Road, Harvey, Western Australia Australia known 17th June 1915
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
Australian Imperial Force 1302 Australian & New Zealand Army Corps 11th Infantry Battalion Private
Australian Imperial Force 1302 1st ANZAC Corps 1st Entrenching Battalion Private
Australian Imperial Force 1302 1st ANZAC Corps 11th Infantry Battalion Private
Australian Imperial Force 1302 Australian & New Zealand Army Corps then 1st ANZAC Corps post Feb 1916 11th Infantry Battalion Private
Australian Imperial Force 1302 Australian & New Zealand Army Corps 11th Infantry Battalion Private
Awards
AwardTypeSource
1914/15 Star First World War Campaign/Service Medal
British War Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Victory Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
William Anthony father
Susan Anthony nee McPherson mother
Siblings
NameRelationshipDatesSource
John Anthony brother 11th February 1889
William Anthony brother 4th July 1894
Hugh Mcpherson Anthony brother 7th April 1896
Maggie Paterson Anthony sister 13th February 1898
Physical
ComplexionEyesHairSource
Fresh Hazel Brown
DateHeightSource
1914-10-30 5'7"
Religion
DateReligionSource
1914-10-30 Presbyterian - inc Church of Scotland

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Official Records

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Australian ANZACs from the National Archives of Australia

External Evidence

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1302 Pte ANTHONY, Charles McPherson - Service File Kevin71406
The West Australian 23 June 1917 (nla.gov.au) Kevin71406
Australian Imperial Force unit war diaries, 1914-18 War Kevin71406
Australian Imperial Force unit war diaries, 1914-18 War Kevin71406
Western Australian Births Deaths & Marriages Online Indexes Kevin71406
Anthony William : SERN 1764 : POB Stirling Scotland : POE Blackboy Hill WA : NOK Anthony William Kevin71406
Anthony Hugh McPherson : SERN 8807 : POB Stirlingshire Scotland : POE Blackboy Hill WA Kevin71406
Roll of Honour: Charles Macpherson [sic] Anthony Kevin71406
RCDIG1036204-1 Red Cross Society Wounded & Missing Enquiry Bureau files, 1914-18 War 1DRL/0428 Kevin71406
RSL Virtual War Memorial Kevin71406
The War Graves Photographic Project Kevin71406
ANZAC Heroes Kevin71406
Volume IV – The Australian Imperial Force in France, 1917 (11th edition, 1941) Kevin71406
A Record of the Battles and Engagements of the British Armies in France and Flanders, 1914-1918 Kevin71406
IWM Lives of the First World War Kevin71406
IWM Lives of the First World War Kevin71406
IWM Lives of the First World War Kevin71406
IWM Lives of the First World War Kevin71406
First World War Nominal Roll Kevin71406
First World War Embarkation Rolls Kevin71406

Multimedia

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1891 ANTHONY, CHARLES MCPHERS [Statutory Births] Kevin71406
1889 ANTHONY, JOHN [Statutory Births 483/00 0031] Kevin71406
1894 ANTHONY, WILLIAM [Statutory Births 483/00 019 Kevin71406
1896 ANTHONY, HUGH [Statutory Births 483/00 0117] Kevin71406
1898 ANTHONY, MAGGIE PATERSON [Statutory Births 48 Kevin71406
1889 ANTHONY, WILLIAM - MCPHERSON, SUSAN [Statutor Kevin71406
CWGC Grave Registration Report Kevin71406
1899 ANTHONY, JOHN [Statutory Deaths 483/00 0078] Kevin71406
Immigration Register, Fremantle Western Australia Kevin71406
Commonwealth of Australia Electoral Role Kevin71406
Australian Commonwealth Military Forces Kevin71406
1899 ANTHONY, JOHN [Statutory Deaths 483/00 0078] Kevin71406

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