"Too far away thy grave to see, but not too far to think of thee"
|WWI Pictorial Honour Roll of Queenslanders||
SNARTT, Cecil Edwin
Husband of Maud SNARRT
Of Nurses Cottage Chippstead, Seven Oaks, Kent, England
Occupation prior to enlistment Salesman
Resided 7B Gregory Terrace, Brisbane, Qld.
Enlisted 23 September 1914
Returned to Australia 31 January 1919
Queenslander Pictorial Supplement to The Queenslander 22 May 1915 page 25
Service no 2241
Son of Olga SNEGOVOY
Of Hesion, Odessa, Russia
Occupation prior to enlistment Motor Driver
Resided Laura Street, South Brisbane, Qld.
Enlisted 09 March 1916
Discharged 11 October 1919
Queenslander Pictorial supplement to The Queenslander 22 July 1916 page 24
Service No 3539
Born Newport Isle of Wight
Son of Henry SNELLGROVE
Of 9 Victoria Road, Newport, Isle of Wight, England
Occupation prior to enlistment Baker
Resided Wyndha Street, Roma, Qld.
Enlisted 17 August 1915
Served on the Western Front
Killed in action 29 July 1916
Commemorated Villers-Bretonneux Memorial
Service No 2874
Born 18 January 1895 at Sydney, NSW
Son of Charles SNELLING
Of East Street, Rockhampton, Qld.
Occupation prior to enlistment Stationer
Enlisted 24 July 1915
Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal
'For conspicuous gallantry and ability in action. After his officer had been wounded, he assumed command, and carried out all previous arrangements. He was one of the first into the enemy trench, bayoneting a gunner and capturing a machine gun.'
Returned to Australia