"Loved in Life, honoured in Death, cherished in Memory"
LACE, William Henry
LACK, William George
LAHEY, John Roland Alwyn
Service no 1704
Born: Pimpama, Queensland
Father: David LAHEY
NOK listed as Brother: P. LAHEY
Of Corinda, Brisbane, Queensland
Occupation prior to enlisting: Saw-filer
Enlisted: 31 May 1915
Embarkation: 17 August 1915 from Brisbane per ‘Shropshire’
Age: 19 years
Served in Egypt & Gallipoli
Suffered from Enteric Fever
Returned to Australia for change on 29 January 1916
Re-embarkation: 12 April 1916 from Sydney per ‘Mootlan’
Served in England & France
Wounded in Action: 20 September 1917
Returned to Australia: 12 February 1918 per ‘Persic’
Discharged: 8 May 1918
Queenslander Pictorial Supplement 14 August 1915 page 22
LALLY, John Thomas
LARACY, Francis Patrick
Born Toowoomba, Qld.
Son of M LARACY
Of Toowoomba, Qld.
Occupation prior to enlistment Chemist's Assistant
Enlisted 24 August 1914
Awarded Military Cross
'For conspicuous gallantry and leadership. With a small patrol of four other ranks he suprised and captured various enemy posts, capturing twenty eight prisoners, and four machine guns. He then reported the situation to his company commander, and, during the main operation that followed, he rendered assistance in cooperation by making a further advance, capturing seven prisoners and a machine gun. With the aid of reinforcements he then linked up with the unit on his right, while the position gained was consolidated. Thanks to his splendid patrol work, valuable ground was won with slight casualties and with considerable loss to the enemy.'
Drowned at Sea 10 October 1918
Aged 27 years
Commemorated Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton, England
LARKIN, John Sydney
Service no 1979
Husband of Ada LASSEN
Of Short Street off Ipswich Road, South Brisbane, Qld.
Occupation prior to enlistment Tailor
Resided Ferndale Tooley Street, Maryborough, Qld.
Enlisted 30 January 1915
Died of wounds 22 April 1916
Buried Merville Communal Cemetery
LAURIE, William James
Service no 409
Born Bundaberg, Qld.
Son of James and Patrina LAURIE
Of Cordalba, Qld.
Occupation prior to enlistment Farmer
Enlisted 25 October 1915
Killed in action 02 August 1917 in France
Aged 25 years
Commemorated Ypres Menin Gate Memorial
LAWS, Richard William
Service no 4829
Born Berry, NSW
Son of Lionel and Louisa LAWS
Of Cecil Street, Warkwick, Qld.
Occupation prior to enlistment Plumber
Enlisted 09 October 1915
Killed in action 23 August 1918
Aged 23 years
Buried Heath Cemetery, Harbonnieres, France