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1 #3469 Enlisted on 28 July 1915. Unit 11 of 5th Batt. 1918 4th Machine gun Batt.

(Of interest is that a soldier Ernest Fordham was killed in action on 25 July 1916 at Pozieres. Mrs Fordham received notice of this by cable).

WW1 service in Europe. Taken from his own hand-written notes. Left Australia: 11 October 1915. Arrived Egypt: 5 November 1915. Left Egypt: 28 March 1916. Arrived France: 4 April 1916. Wounded 8 July 1916. Went to England: 11 July 1916. Operation: 20 July 1916. Returned to France: 11 January ? Leave to England: 29 January ? Returned on: 17 Feb 1918. Sick on 21 March 1918. Sent to England: 29 ? 1918. Sick leave: 14 to 29 April 1918. Returned to France 22 ?

# 3468 Pte, 4th Mach Gun Battalion 27/7/1915 RTA 5/4/1919 
Fordham, Edward Ernest (I63)
 
2 1841 Census England and Wales
Age:25
Estimated year of birth: 1816
Occupation: Male Servant
Address: Stokes Croft Fahore
District: Bristol
Parish: Bristol St Paul
County: Gloucester
Born in same county: No

http://www.bristolinformation.co.uk/streets/stokescroft-00.asp 
Low, James (I53)
 
3 1841 Census, England & Wales
Name: John Low
Age: 8
Estimated year of birth: 1833
Address: Stokes Croft Fahore
District: Bristol
Parish: Bristol St Paul
Administrative County: Gloucester
Born in same county: No

The entry shows John living with his Father (James) and Mother (Mary), shown as Maria.

My reading of the word "Fahore" is "School"

Refer to: http://www.bristolinformation.co.uk/streets/stokescroft-00.asp 
Low, John Stanley (I1)
 
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sowden, D.J. (I961)
 
5 Accompanied by her Mother Mary she arrived in Australia on the Gipsy Bride in 1857.
 
Mansfield, Mary (I2)
 
6 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Harrison, T. (I554)
 
7 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Fordham, B.E. (I14)
 
8 After Bernhard returned from Jamaica he became a Watch and Watch Part Importer, later progressing to Jeweller Family F12
 
9 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Fraser, A. (I557)
 
10 Albert & John where twins Fordham, Albert Frank (I93)
 
11 Anna Belle according to her birth certificate.
Consent to her son Edward Ernest joining the AIF is clearly signed by her as "Annabella".
 
Ward, Anna Belle (I66)
 
12 Ashes St. Mary's Church, Kelmscott, Western Australia Buckingham, Ethel Rose (I310)
 
13 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Rittie, C.D. (I26)
 
14 Attended Balliol College, Oxford and was a Master of Arts in Natural Sciences( Chemistry) Rittenberg, Laurence Forbes (I44)
 
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Fordham, B.E. (I14)
 
16 Became a Company Director of a stationery company, after beginning as a clerk and working her way up through the ranks. Rittenberg, Freda (I362)
 
17 Bernard came to the United Kingdom in about 1867 with his first wife, Rachel (nee Poliziner)

He was employed as the first Minister of a newly established synagogue for the Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation, which is still in existence in 2014. 
Rittenberg, Reverend Bernhard (I19)
 
18 Bertha is buried in the grave next to her husband Bernhard Wasserzug, Bertha (I20)
 
19 Birth place shown as Mooney Ponds on marriage certificate Cummins, Mary Ann (I100)
 
20 Buried at Independent Section, Compartment C No 69 Lindley, George Henry (I321)
 
21 Buried in Nicholson / Cook family grave, St Kilda Cemetery. Grave No. 0105. Cook, George (I913)
 
22 Buried in Nicholson / Cook family grave, St Kilda Cemetery. Grave No. 0105. D'Ombrain, Ann Elizabeth (I914)
 
23 C of E section, Compartment CC, Grave 1073. Friezer, Hannah May (I840)
 
24 Cause of death.

Alice and her brother William Herbert were, in all probability, the victims of a Scarlet Fever epidemic which raged in Victoria in 1876 killing 3,225 people of which 87% were under 10 years of age. 
Clift, Alice (I118)
 
25 Cause of death.

Alice and her brother William Herbert were, in all probability, the victims of a Scarlet Fever epidemic which raged in Victoria in 1876 killing 3,225 people of which 87% were under 10 years of age. 
Clift, William Herbert (I119)
 
26 Cause of death. Motor cycle accident. Dugan, Frederick Ignatius (I350)
 
27 Compartment B, Grave 0283 Low, John Stanley (I1)
 
28 Compartment B, Grave 0285 Low, Annie Eliza (I47)
 
29 Compartment B, grave 0285 Low, Francis Miles Stanley (I50)
 
30 Compartment B, grave 0285 Low, Mary Mansfield (I45)
 
31 Compartment Y, Grave 602. Hooper, John William (I823)
 
32 Cremated McCullagh, Jean Florence (I626)
 
33 Cremated Clark, Marian (I927)
 
34 Deborah, her sister Esther and her mother Rachael all died in the same year from "phthisis pulm", i.e. pulmonary consumption.

 
Rittenberg, Deborah (I34)
 
35 Douglas, his wife Minnie and their grandson John were all killed in an unexplained traffic accident.

source: Ralph Forbes-Ritte 
Rittenberg, Douglas Forbes (I359)
 
36 Douglas, his wife Minnie and their grandson John were all killed in an unexplained traffic accident.

source: Ralph Forbes-Ritte 
Family F167
 
37 Douglas, his wife Minnie and their grandson John were all killed in an unexplained traffic accident.

source: Ralph Forbes-Ritte 
Ritte, John (I542)
 
38 Emerald Hill the the old name for the inner suburb of Melbourne now known as North Melbourne. Clift, Mary (I116)
 
39 Esther, her sister and mother all died in the same year from "phthisis pulm", i.e. pulmonary consumption. Rittenberg, Esther (I33)
 
40 Eugenie remained single. She taught piano and singing and appeared on concert platforms. She made at least one record. Rittenberg, Eugenie (I41)
 
41 Florence was in the first register for Midwives in Western Australia.

Her occupation in 1901 was Home Duties, her residence Mundaring Weir, Western Australia 
Humphreys, Florence Lucy (I322)
 
42 Francis was a Company Director of Haes Gledhill cap and hat manufacturers. Rittenberg, Francis (I39)
 
43 George Thomas Lindely's ashes are in St. Mary's Church of England at Kelmscott, Western Australia Lindley, George Thomas (I309)
 
44 Grave # 0062. Grave in the name of Bell. Previously interred were two grandchildren, Henry Frederick and Pearl Maud(e) Bell, children of Mary Lucinda Fordham and Robert Bell. Fordham, Henry Alexander (I76)
 
45 Grave 0105 Nicholson, Arthur (I911)
 
46 Grave 0105 Cook, Annie Marie (I912)
 
47 Grave 0105 Section EA Friezer, Marie Louise (I843)
 
48 Grave 1015 Hollier, Garnet (I847)
 
49 Grave 1448 C of E Section Friezer, Rebecca (I133)
 
50 Grave 1555 Nicholson, Austin (I909)
 

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