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In left margin NOTED ON H.R. CARD

Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

3. With what Town or District in Australia was he chiefly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

     Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     N.S. Wales.

4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

My son resigned his situation at home at the

suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

     Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

jim Ruelle, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

lived either Victoria or NSW.

9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

     Name     Michael Noonan

     Relationship to Soldier     Father

     Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

10. Names and Addresses of any other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--

     Name     Sister M. Modwena, St. Scholastica's Convent

     Address     Glebe Point, Sydney. (sister of deceased soldier)

NOTE.--This Folder is Addressed to the Secretary, Department of Defence, Melbourne. Please fold in four, and stick down gummed

flap so that the addressed portion is outside. The information is require urgently.

D.165D/11.10--C,17702.--IDM.

Dated  April 1921






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Regular type is form, italics is handwritten response.I

In left margin NOTED ON H.R. CARD

Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

3. With what Town or District in Australia was he chiefly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

     Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     N.S. Wales.

4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

My son resigned his situation at home at the

suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

     Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

jim Ruelle, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

lived either Victoria or NSW.

9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

     Name     Michael Noonan

     Relationship to Soldier     Father

     Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

10. Names and Addresses of any other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--

     Name     Sister M. Modwena, St. Scholastica's Convent

     Address     Glebe Point, Sydney. (sister of deceased soldier)

NOTE.--This Folder is Addressed to the Secretary, Department of Defence, Melbourne. Please fold in four, and stick down gummed

flap so that the addressed portion is outside. The information is require urgently.

D.165D/11.10--C,17702.--IDM.

Dated  April 1921







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  • November 19, 2017 06:06:28 Paivi Tenhunen

    Regular type is form, italics is handwritten response.I

    In left margin NOTED ON H.R. CARD

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he chiefly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     N.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

    his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the

    suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

    to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

    he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

    8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

         Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

    particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

    jim Ruelle, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

    lived either Victoria or NSW.

    9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

         Name     Michael Noonan

         Relationship to Soldier     Father

         Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    10. Names and Addresses of any other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--

         Name     Sister M. Modwena, St. Scholastica's Convent

         Address     Glebe Point, Sydney. (sister of deceased soldier)

    NOTE.--This Folder is Addressed to the Secretary, Department of Defence, Melbourne. Please fold in four, and stick down gummed

    flap so that the addressed portion is outside. The information is require urgently.

    D.165D/11.10--C,17702.--IDM.

    Dated  April 1921







  • November 19, 2017 05:58:15 Paivi Tenhunen

    Regular type is form, italics is handwritten response.I

    In left margin NOTED ON H.R. GARD

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he chiefly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     N.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

    his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the

    suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

    to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

    he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

    8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

         Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

    particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

    jim Ruelle, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

    lived either Victoria or NSW.

    9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

         Name     Michael Noonan

         Relationship to Soldier     Father

         Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    10. Names and Addresses of any other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--

         Name     Sister M. Modwena, St. Scholastica's Convent

         Address     Glebe Point, Sydney. (sister of deceased soldier)

    NOTE.--This Folder is Addressed to the Secretary, Department of Defence, Melbourne. Please fold in four, and stick down gummed

    flap so that the addressed portion is outside. The information is require urgently.

    D.165D/11.10--C,17702.--IDM.

    Dated  April 1921







  • March 10, 2017 17:28:53 Elizabeth Ferro

    Regular type is form, italics is handwritten response.I

    In left margin NOTED ON H.R. GARD

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he chiefly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     U.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

    his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the

    suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

    to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

    he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

    8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

         Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

    particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

    jim Ruelle, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

    lived with Victoria or US.a

    9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

         Name     Michael Noonan

         Relationship to Soldier     Father

         Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    10. Names and Addresses of any other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--

         Name     Sister M. Modwena, St. Scholastica's Convent

         Address     Glebe Point, Sydney. (sister of deceased soldier)

    NOTE.--This Folder is Addressed to the Secretary, Department of Defence, Melbourne. Please fold in four, and stick down gummed

    flap so that the addressed portion is outside. The information is require urgently.

    D.165D/11.10--C,17702.--IDM.

    Dated  April 1921







  • March 10, 2017 17:27:27 Elizabeth Ferro

    Regular type is form, italics is handwritten response.I

    In left margin NOTED ON H.R. GARD

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he chiefly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     U.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

    his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the

    suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

    to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

    he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

    8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

         Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

    particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

    jim Rucele, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

    lived with Victoria or US.a

    9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

         Name     Michael Noonan

         Relationship to Soldier     Father

         Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    10. Names and Addresses of any other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--

         Name     Sister M. Modwena, St. Scholastica's Convent

         Address     Glebe Point, Sydney. (sister of deceased soldier)

    NOTE.--This Folder is Addressed to the Secretary, Department of Defence, Melbourne. Please fold in four, and stick down gummed

    flap so that the addressed portion is outside. The information is require urgently.

    D.165D/11.10--C,17702.--IDM.

    Dated  April 1921







  • March 10, 2017 00:25:43 Elizabeth Ferro

    Regular type is form, italics is handwritten response.I

    In left margin NOTED ON H.R. OARD

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he chiefly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     U.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

    his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the

    suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

    to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

    he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

    8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

         Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

    particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

    jim Rucele, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

    lived with Victoria or US.a

    9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

         Name     Michael Noonan

         Relationship to Soldier     Father

         Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    10. Names and Addresses of any other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--

         Name     Sister M. Modwena, St. Scholastica's Convent

         Address     Glebe Point, Sydney. (sister of deceased soldier)

    NOTE.--This Folder is Addressed to the Secretary, Department of Defence, Melbourne. Please fold in four, and stick down gummed

    flap so that the addressed portion is outside. The information is require urgently.

    D.165D/11.10--C,17702.--IDM.

    Dated  April 1921







  • March 10, 2017 00:23:13 Elizabeth Ferro

    Regular type is form, italics is handwritten response.


    ...

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he chiefly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     U.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

    his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the

    suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

    to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

    he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

    8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

         Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

    particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

    jim Rucele, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

    lived with Victoria or US.a

    9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

         Name     Michael Noonan

         Relationship to Soldier     Father

         Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    10. Names and Addresses of any other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--

         Name     Sister M. Modwena, St. Scholastica's Convent

         Address     Glebe Point, Sydney. (sister of deceased soldier)

    NOTE.--This Folder is Addressed to the Secretary, Department of Defence, Melbourne. Please fold in four, and stick down gummed

    flap so that the addressed portion is outside. The information is require urgently.

    D.165D/11.10--C,17702.--IDM.

    Dated  April 1921







  • March 10, 2017 00:16:10 Elizabeth Ferro

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he chiefly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     U.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

    his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the

    suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

    to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

    he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

    8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

         Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

    particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

    jim Rucele, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

    lived with Victoria or US.a

    9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

         Name     Michael Noonan

         Relationship to Soldier     Father

         Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    10. Names and Addresses of any other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--

         Name     Sister M. Modwena, St. Scholastica's Convent

         Address     Glebe Point, Sydney. (sister of deceased soldier)

    NOTE.--This Folder is Addressed to the Secretary, Department of Defence, Melbourne. Please fold in four, and stick down gummed

    flap so that the addressed portion is outside. The information is require urgently.

    D.165D/11.10--C,17702.--IDM.

    Dated  April 1921







  • March 10, 2017 00:13:29 Elizabeth Ferro

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he cheifly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     U.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

    his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the

    suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

    to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

    he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

    8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

         Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

    particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

    jim Rucele, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

    lived with Victoria or US.a

    9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

         Name     Michael Noonan

         Relationship to Soldier     Father

         Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    10. Names and Addresses of oany other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--

         Name     Sister M. Modwena, St. Scholastica's Convent

         Address     Glebe Point, Sydney. (sister of deceased soldier)

    NOTE.--This Folder is Addressed to the Secretary, Department of Defence, Melbourne. Please fold in four, and stick down gummed

    flap so that the addressed portion is outside. The information is require urgently.

    D.165D/11.10--C,17702.--IDM.                                             Dated  April 1921







  • March 10, 2017 00:12:48 Elizabeth Ferro

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he cheifly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     U.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

    his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the

    suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

    to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

    he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

    8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

         Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

    particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

    jim Rucele, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

    lived with Victoria or US.a

    9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

         Name     Michael Noonan

         Relationship to Soldier     Father

         Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    10. Names and Addresses of oany other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--

         Name     Sister M. Modwena, St. Scholastica's Convent

         Address     Glebe Point, Sydney. (sister of deceased soldier)

    NOTE.--This Folder is Addressed to the Secretary, Department of Defence, Melbourne. Please fold in four, and stick down gummed

    flap so that the addressed portion is outside. The information is require urgently.







  • March 10, 2017 00:11:34 Elizabeth Ferro

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he cheifly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     U.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

    his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the

    suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

    to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

    he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

    8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

         Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

    particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

    jim Rucele, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

    lived with Victoria or US.a

    9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

         Name     Michael Noonan

         Relationship to Soldier     Father

         Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    10. Names and Addresses of oany other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--

         Name     Sister M. Modwena, St. Scholastica's Convent

         Address     Glebe Point, Sydney. (sister of deceased soldier)





  • March 10, 2017 00:10:26 Elizabeth Ferro

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he cheifly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     U.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

    his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the

    suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

    to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

    he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

    8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

         Relationship)--     Yes. But being Australian born, I am unable to give

    particulars. One first cousin who was killed his name was

    jim Rucele, and one wounded  still alive is Lennox both

    lived with Victoria or US.a

    9. Name and Address of the Parent or other person giving this information--

         Name     Michael Noonan

         Relationship to Soldier     Father

         Address     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    10. Names and Addresses of oany other persons to whom reference could be made by the Historian for further information--




  • March 10, 2017 00:06:18 Elizabeth Ferro

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he cheifly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     U.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe National School Co Limerick Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F. (Please state particulars)     No,

    his rank during servise being No 204. Private Thomas Noonan

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the

    suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised

    to forward his interests in New South Wales, where

    he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.
    




  • March 10, 2017 00:02:34 Elizabeth Ferro

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private. No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he cheifly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)--

         Town (if any)     Sydney          District     Waverley + Randwick          State     U.S. Wales.

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy. Barringtons Bridge, Co. Limerick, Ireland

    5. Date of Death     August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical  worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)



  • March 9, 2017 23:44:45 Elizabeth Ferro

    Particulars Required for the Roll of Honour of Australia in the Memorial War Museum.

    1. Name (in full) of Fallen Soldier     Thomas Noonan

    2. Unit and Number (if known)     13th Battalion, Private, No. 204,

    3. With what Town or District in Australia was he chiefly connected (under which his name ought to come on the Memorial)-

              Town (if any)     Sydney        District     Waverly + Randwilk    State     U.S. Wales

    4. What was his Birthplace     Ballyguy, Barrenytous. Bridge Co.  Lou..., Ireland

    5. Date of Death   August 9th 1915

    6. Place where Killed or Wounded     Gallipoli

    Particulars Required for the Nation's Histories.

    1. What was his Calling     Clerical worker in civil life

    2. Age at time of Death     Twenty-three years (23)

    3. What was his School     Murroe Metrouel School. Es Lemmerick, Ireland

    4. What was his other Training     Commerce before military enlistment

    5. If born in Britain or Abroad, at what age did he come to Australia     Twenty-two years (22)

    6. Had he ever served in any Military or Naval Force before Enlisting in the A.I.F (Please state particulars) No,

    his rank during servise being No. 204. Private Thomas Noonen

    7. Any other biographical details likely to be of interest to the Historian of the A.I.F., or of his Regiment--

    My son resigned his situation at home at the suggestion of some of our Sydney relatives, who promised to forward his interests in New South Wales, where he joined them in Sydney about June 1914.

    8. Was he connected with any other Member of the A.I.F. who died or who distinguished himself. (Please state

         Relationship)-- Yes. But



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    Ballyguy Barringtons Bridge Co Limerick

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    St. Scholastica's College/Sisters of the Good Samaritan Convent, Glebe Point, Sydney

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    Murroe National School, Scoil Mhuire, Murroe, Co Limerick, Ireland http://www.murroens.ie/

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    Randwick Waverely, Sydney

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    Gallipoli

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  • Document location Ballyguy Barringtons Bridge Co Limerick
  • Additional document location St. Scholastica's College/Sisters of the Good Samaritan Convent, Glebe Point, Sydney
  • Additional document location Murroe National School, Scoil Mhuire, Murroe, Co Limerick, Ireland http://www.murroens.ie/
  • Additional document location Randwick Waverely, Sydney
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Michael Noonan, Ballybuy, Murroe, Co. Limerick
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