Broadbent, John Raymond

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Group portrait of members of the Machine Gun Section, 1st Australian Light Horse Regiment, New South Wales Lancers, at Rosebery, NSW. Believed to be in this photograph are: 52 Private (Pte) Rhys Travers Jones, of Yass, NSW; 224 Driver (Dvr) Norman Alexander of Emerald, QLD; 73 Pte Richard Roy Hetherington of Queanbeyan, NSW; 55 Lance Corporal Herbert Thomlinson of Waverly, NSW; 71 Pte William Harry Rankin Woods of Sydney, NSW (who died of wounds on 15 May 1915, aged 39, on the Gallipoli Peninsula); 60 Pte William Bert Barracluff of South Head, NSW; 69 Pte William James Carroll of Flemington, NSW; 67 Dvr Frederick Henry Wood of Sydney, NSW; 72 Pte Arthur Ernest Coulter of Forbes, NSW; 66 Pte Percy John McDonald of Sydney, NSW; 4 Staff Sergeant Major William James Knight of Leichhardt, NSW; Lieutenant John Raymond Broadbent of Leichhardt, NSW; 32 Pte Charles Archibald Lindsell of Randwick, NSW; 51 Dvr Roy Davis of Yass, NSW; 53 Dvr George Herbert Puckett of Yass, NSW; 54 Dvr Parkes Shaw of Yass, NSW; 57 Pte Roy Victor Jones of Campsie, NSW; 58 Corporal Theodore Frederick Burgess of Randwick, NSW; 59 Pte William John Ahern of Randwick, NSW; 61 Pte Thomas Calder of Randwick, NSW; 63 Dvr Robert William Duff of Waverley, NSW; 64 Dvr Arthur Joseph Keyes of Paddington, NSW; 65 Pte Frank Joseph McDonald of Paddington, NSW; 70 Pte John James Muldoon of Summer Hill, NSW; 75 Dvr Clifford Charles Hayden of Manilla, NSW; 362 Pte Donald Barnes of Grahamstown, NSW; 406 Pte Alfred Ellis of Cowra, NSW.

 

Captain Broadbent later serves in WW11 as BRIGADIER J. R. BROADBENT CBE there are many more photographs taken during WW11.

 

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Four officers stop for afternoon tea at Salmana. They are from left to right:- Lieutenant Broadbent, Colonel Harold Arthur Maunder, Captain Price, Captain Dickenson.

 

 

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Men of the 1st Light Horse Regiment awaiting orders on the beach at Anzac Cove before filing up Shrapnel Gully. The men second and third from left are Major F V Weir and Lieutenant J R Broadbent. 1916

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