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|WWI Pictorial Honour Roll of Victorians||
UEBERGANG, Ernest Gustav
Service N0 7580
1st Divisional Train
Born: June 10 1887 at Carrapool, via St Arnaud, Victoria
Son of Carl Heinrich Uebergang and Maria Louise Uebergang (nee Zeuschner)
Occupation prior to enlistment Farmer
Enlisted 8 May 1917 at Horsham, Victoria
Served in France
Returned to Australia 06 November 1919 per 'Ascanius'
Died 30 April 1950 at Colac Victoria
Buried 2 May 1950 at Colac Cemetery, Victoria
Courtesy of Janet Zeuschner
ULLYATT, John Harold
Service No: 13976
15th Field Ambulance, 1st Casualty Clearing Station
Born: Cheshire, England
Father: John William ULLYATT
Of 7 McFarlane St, Croxton, Victoria
Married in England on 23 June 1917
Wife: Dora ULLYATT
Occupation prior to enlisting: School Teacher
Enlisted: 23 March 1916
Embarkation: 1 April 1916 from Melbourne per ‘Kanowna’
Age: 21 years
Served in England & France
Returned to Australia: 13 August 1919 per ‘Konigin Louise’ with wife
Discharged: 5 October 1919
Education Department's Record of War Service 1914-1919 Victoria
ULRICH, Theodore Frederick
Born 10 December 1888
Son of A C ULRICH
Of 67 Park Street East, Brunswick, Vic.
Occupation prior to enlistment Clerk
Enlisted 24 August 1914
Mentioned in despatches
Awarded Distinguished Service Order and Bar
Returned to Australia 01 April 1919
Victoria's First Expeditionary Force to the Motherland page 14
UPJON, William George Dismore
3rd Australian General Hospital
Born: Narrabri, NSW on 16 March 1888
Mother: Jane UPJOHN
Of 36 High St, Prahran, Victoria
Occupation prior to enlisting: Surgeon
Enlisted: 1 May 1915
Embarkation: 15 May 1915 from Sydney per ‘Mooltan’
Age: 27 years
Served in Egypt & France
Returned to Australia: 10 November 1919 per ‘Nestor’
Appointment Terminated: 13 February 1920
Mentioned in Despatches
Table Talk 3 June 1915 page 14
UPTON, Samuel Harland Woodburn
Service no 24564
3rd Divisional Ammunition Column
Born 30 April 1889 in Lismore, New South Wales.
Son of Samuel and Maria Upton (nee Peterson).
Enlisted in Melbourne, Victoria on 13 May 1916 aged 27 years.
Occupation prior to enlistment: Clerk.
Served in France.
On 6 October 1919 he embarked on the “Pakeha” to return to Australia.
He was discharged on 16 January 1920.
Courtesy of Kay Spence
URBAN, Basil Henson
Service No 12007
3rd (Army) Brigade Australian Field Artillery
Born 29 October 1897 at Elsternwick Victoria
Son of Hans & Sadie URBAN
Occupation prior to Enlistment Clerk
Enlisted 23 November 1915 at Maribyrnong
Served in Egypt, France, Belgium.
Returned to Australia per Hospital Ship 'HMAT Wandilla' 31 March 1919
Courtesy of Gary Urban
URQUHART, Hugh Campbell
Service no 18725
Field Company Engineers (May 1917 Rfns)
Enlisted Melbourne 23 October 1916. Embarked Melbourne per HMAT A68 Anchises on 8 August 1917.
Service – Western Front. Returned to Australia per Sardinia on 27 December 1918.
Discharged on 19 March 1919.
Age 18, Cabinet Maker, single, Presbyterian. He was 5'10¼" and weighed 132 pounds with a fresh complexion, blue eyes and brown hair.
Born at Queenscliff. Son of Duncan Urquhart, Warragul. Brother of Sapper 5089 John Urquhart, 12 Field Company Engineers.
Served four years with Senior Cadets and was serving with Citizens Military Forces at time of his enlistment.
Awarded the 1914-1918 British War Medal and Allied Victory Medal.
On the Warragul Urban Fire Brigade, Warragul High School, Warragul State School and Warragul Shire Honour Boards.
Courtesy of Ron Blair