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AUSTRALIA'S
FIGHTING
Private WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE DODS.
Private William Ewart Gladstone Dod (876), 44th Bat–
talion, on of Bes ie and the late Bertram Heriot Dods, was
born in Perth on 9th May, 1898, and was educated at the
C.B.C., Perth. He enli ted and embarked with the 44th Bat–
talion on 6th June, 1918, at the age of 17 years. In England
he wa
elected a' a cout and carried out the duties of
patrol leader un til the end of the war. He returned to
Au tralia on 8th Augu t, 1919, and settled on the land at
Narrogin.
Private ERNEST CHARLES LESLIE GODFREY.
Private Erne.
t
Charle.'
Le~lie
Godfrey (2335), a
~on
of
Funny and the late Horatio Godfrey, wa born at Alberton,
Victoria, and educated at Hor ham. He was married to
Elizabeth Davi on 11th October, 1911, daughter of Jane and
the late Thoma ' Davi .. , and they have three children, Thelma,
Ernie, and the late Roma Godfrey. He embarked for active
°ervice on 13th
0
·tober, 1916, with the 44th Battalion, and
was in action at Me ine, Passchendaele, and the Somme.
He was wounded at
Me~sines
and flame!.
SONS
01'
THE
EMPIRE
Private FREDERICK GEORGE KITE.
Private Frederick George Kite (594), born at Wormshill
16th February, 1894, and educated at Wormshill and Milstead,
is a son of Eli and Mary Kite, of
W
ormshill, England. On
5th October, 1918, he was married to Elizabeth Daly, daughter
of the late Peter and Margaret Daly, and they have one child,
Norm Kite. He enlisted on 8th September, 1915, and after
training at Blackboy and Broadmeadows Camps, sailed from
Melbourne 23rd December, 1914, for Egypt. He participated
in the Landing at Gallipoli and was wounded in the left arm
and shoulder, which ended his active service.
Private DAVID GEORGE PRYCE.
PriYate David George Pryce (5793), son of David and
Emily Pryce, Havelock-street,
N
arrogin, was born at Albany
and educated at
N
arrogin. He enlisted in li-'ebruary, 1916,
and on 14th July, 1916, he sailed for England, where he went
to
Salisbury Plains. He cros.'ed to France and was in action
until taken ill with pneumonia. He had pneumonia three
time~,
and died at Havre 2nd General Hospital on 17th
September, 1917. He wa buried at St. Marie Cemetery, Le
Havre. Prior to enlisting he was in the "Leader" Office,
Narrogin.