"Then the Gods pitied him and took him to their midst"
|WWI Pictorial Honour Roll of Victorians||
KOWARZIK, Frederick Ferdinand
Service no 1220
37th Battalion (D Company)
Enlisted Sale 4 February 1916.
Embarked Melbourne per HMAT A34 Persic on 3 June 1916.
Service – Western Front.
Returned to Australia per Pakeha on 24 November 1919.
Discharged on 16 January 1920.
Age 18, Postal Assistant, single, Presbyterian. He was 5'8⅞" and weighed 132 pounds with a fair complexion, grey eyes and light brown hair.
orn at Traralgon. Son of Frederick and Janet Kowarzik, 'Aberfeldz', Drouin. Brother of Private 180 Francis Edmond Kowarzik, 59 Battalion.
Awarded the 1914-1918 British War Medal and Allied Victory Medal.
On the Drouin State School and Warragul High School Honour Boards.
Courtesy of Ron Blair
KOZMINSKY, Maurice Edward
Born: 14 May 1884 in Melbourne, Victoria
Father: Abraham KOZMINSKY
Of 6 Burnett St, St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria
Occupation prior to enlisting: Hat Manufacturer
Enlisted: 24 May 1915
Embarkation: 7 March 1916
Age: 31 years
Served in Egypt & France
Wounded in Action
Died of Wounds: 19 August 1916
Buried: Warloy Baillon Communal Cemetery Extension, France
Plot 3, Row D, Grave 5
Australian Jewry Roll of Honour
Scotch College - A School at War
KURING, Herman August
Service No: 626
7th Battalion, 59th Battalion, 8th Battalion
Born: 15 March 1895 at Ullina, Victoria
Father: Henry KURING
Of 205 Smith St, Fitzroy, Victoria
Occupation prior to enlisting: Baker
Enlisted: 18 August 1914
Embarkation: 19 October 1914 from Melbourne per ‘ Benalla’
Age: 19 years
Served in Egypt, Gallipoli, France & England
Wounded in Action
Returned to Australia: 10 August 1918 per ‘Themistocles’
Appointment Terminated: 21 February 1919
Also Served in WW2 SN: W242886
Died: 3 September 1941: Accidental Drowning at Wilson’s Bay, Rottnest Island, Western Australia
Weekly Times 7 August 1915 page 28
KYFFIN, Arthur Powell
Service no 356
Born Wangaratta, Vic.
Son of Powell KYFFIN
Of Yarrawonga, Vic.
Occupation prior to enlistment Engine Driver
Enlisted 18 August 1914 at Broadmeadows, Vic.
Returned to Australia 15 June 1916 per 'Kanowna'
Weekly Times Saturday 04 September 1915 page 28
Service No 5474
Born Woods Point, Vic.
Son of James William and Ellen KYLE
Husband of Isabella Mary KYLE
Of Frances Street, Bairnsdale, Vic.
Occupation prior to enlistment Engineering
Enlisted 29 February 1916
Killed in action 03 May 1917
Aged 38 years
Buried in London Cemetery, Neuville-Vitasse II L 15