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Junier E W     Pte    463

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Volunteers of Essendon and Flemington, 1914-1918

 

Pte Edward Wilfred Junier No 463, All Australian

Memorial, Autralia's Fighting Families,  p 69.

 

 

Junier E W     Pte    463    Edward Wilfred                7 Inf Bn    23    Letter-carrier    Single    C of E        

Address:    Flemington, Wellington St, 1   

Next of Kin:    Juniur (sic) Ellen, 1 Wellington St, Flemington   

                                               73 Hall St, Moonee Ponds

Enlisted:    22 Aug 1914       

Embarked:     A20 Hororata 19 Oct 1914   

Prior Service:  3 years State School Cadets

 

JUNIER, E W, Pte No 463, "B" Coy, 7th Batt; s of Mrs E Junier, 73 Hall St, Moonee Ponds, b at Morwell, Aug 27 1891, educ. Morwell and Boundary rd, N Melb; letter carrier; enl Melb, Aug 26 1914.  War service Egypt; Gallipoli.  Pte E W Junier fell at the Landing.

All Australian Memorial - Victoria, Part 3 Australia's Fighting Families, p 69.

 

Date of Death: 25/04/1915

CWGC:  "Son of Charles Adolphe Junier and Ellen Junier, of 73, Hall St., Moonee Ponds, Victoria, Australia. Native of Morwell, Gippsland".

LONE PINE MEMORIAL

 

Pte Edward Wilfred Junier's name recorded on the Lone Pine Memorial.  Photo courtesy of Kim Phillips,

Spirits of Gallipoli website.

 


E W junier on the Melbourne GPO Roll of Honour, "To the Glorious Dead".

 

Extracts from Red Cross Wounded and Missing Enquiry Bureau Correspondence

 

Informant states that Mrs Baker of 45 Lothian Street, North Melbourne  received a letter from her son S/Mjr Baker of the 7th Battalion, about the 1st of March last, stating that casualty was killed and buried at Anzac about April.  Ms Baker has since handed this letter to Miss  Junier who works at Pritchard Bros, Errol Street, North Melbourne.

Ref Pte C G Bowers

No 1517, 7th Battalion

HB 30/3/16

 

Informant states that casualty was in his platoon at the Landing on the 25th April at Gaba Tepe and informant saw the casualty, as he got ashore from the boat, from the transport "Galeka" shot in the back on the beach. He was killed. 

Ref Pte M D Carroll

No 457, 7th Bn

HB 30/3/16

 

73 Hall Street

Moonee Ponds

Melbourne 2.5.16

 

To the Hon Lord Methuen

Governor Malta

 

Honourable Sir,

In ignorance of knowing whom to address I beg to be

Excused the liberty I have taken in addressing you, but

I am in deep distress over my son who was wounded at

the landing at Gallipoli on the Memorial 25th April, it is

reported he was put on board “The Mine Sweeper Reindeer”

on the following day, & since that no trace of him can

be found.  I feel he must have been landed at some

Hospital probably Malta.  If this letter may be forwarded

to the proper authorities to make enquiries of any

Hospital or if he should have died of his wounds, to see

if there is any record of him in either country.  I should

esteem it a great favour, as the suspense of his whereabouts

is most unbearable, his rank was

Pte E W Junier No 463

2nd Infantry  Brigade

7th Battalion AIF

Any information of him will be most thankfully received

by his broken-hearted mother, trusting I will get a reply

to this appeal

I beg to remain

respectfully yours

E Junier.

 

October 25th 1917

 

Miss H James

78 Avenue Rd

The Avenue

Southampton

 

Dear Madam,

We deeply regret to inform you that

No 763 (sic) Pte E W Junier

7th Battalion  D Coy

AIF

 

is now reported officially as died of wounds on

or about  April 25th, 1915, and we have no further

information to give you.

Assuring you of our sympathy in your loss

Yours faithfully

VD  [Vera Deakin]

Secretary

Australian War Memorial Collection

 

 

War Service Commemorated

Essendon Town Hall F-L

“Send off to the Essendon Boys”

Patriotic Concert 1914

St George's Anglican Church *

Essendon Gazette Roll of Honour Wounded

Essendon Gazette Roll of Honour Missing

 

 

In Memoriam

 

JUNIER. -Whose death has been officially con-
firmed, previously reported wounded and missing,
Pte. Edward Wilfred (463, "Dolph"), youngest    
beloved son of Mrs. Junier, 73 Hall street,
Moonee Ponds, and the late C. A. Junier, formerly
of Morwell, Gippsland, who fell at Gallipoli on the
25th April, 1915, loved brother of Ernest, Elsie  
(Mrs. Fordred), Albert, Gus, and Ethel, aged 23 
years.
Buried in a nameless grave
Laid aside with other brave,   
His life for King and country gave -
My youngest son.
He answered to the Empire's call;   
We ill could spare him, one and all, 
And prayed God would not let him fall -
My dearly loved son. 
But all should fight, and some must die,  
He took his chance - my youngest son;
And I can only grieve and say -
Thy will be done.
I kept the home fire burning, but the lad I've  
waited and yearned for will speak to me never  
again. 

Family Notices. (1917, October 6). The Argus ), p. 11.
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1654270

JUNIER.-In loving memory of Private Edward
Wilfred ("Dolph"), who fell at Gallipoli the 25th
April, 1915, dearly beloved youngest son of
Mrs. Junier, 73 Hall street, Moonee Ponds,
and the late C. A. Junier, loved brother of Ernest,
Elsie (Mrs. Fordred), Albert, Gus, and Ethel.
To Thee, to Thee, O Father, I surrender
This earthly gift when'er I hear Thy call,
But let my death be swift, the pang be tender,
Yet like a soldier fall.
No cross, no crown.
Family Notices. (1918, April 25). The Argus, p. 1.
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1654889

JUNIER.— In loving memory of Pte. Edward Wil-
fred (Dolph), who fell at the landing at Gallipoli,
25th April, 1915, youngest beloved son of Mrs. Junier,
73 Hall street, Moonee Ponds.
You bravely marched to death that cruel 
morning 
With well feigned courage, though with eyes
tear-filled:
And in my bursting breast I felt the warnings
Of those dread missives with their burden— "killed." 
Farewell, farewell, dear son of mine, for ever;
No, not for ever—death shall not prevail;
We'll meet again, pray God, ne'er more to sever,
When I have conquered death and passed the
veil.
--(E. J.).
Family Notices. (1919, April 25). The Argus p. 1. 
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1460731

JUNIER.— In loving memory of Pte. Edward Wil-

fred (Dolph), who fell at Gallipoli, 25th April, 1915,

youngest beloved son of Mrs. Junier, 73 Hall

street, Moonee Ponds, and the late C. A. Junier,

formerly of Morwell.  

"Nothing in my hand I bring.

Simply to Thy cross I cling."

"At the going down of the sun and in
the morning we shall remember them."
Family Notices. (1920, April 24). The Argus, p. 13.
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1695106

JUNIER.In loving memory of Pte. Edward Wil-
fred (Dolph), 7th Batt., who fell at Gallipoli 25th April,
1916, youngest beloved son of Mrs. Junier, 73 Hall
street, Moonee Ponds, and the late C. A. Junier,
formerly of Morwell.
"Think of him faring on, as dear
In the love of there as the love of here,
And loyal as when he gave the blows
Of his warrior's strength to his country's foes;
Think of him still, the same, I say,
He is not dead, he is just away."
Family Notices. (1922, April 25). The Argus p. 1.
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4659853

JUNIER.— In sad and loving memory of Edward   
Wilfred (Dolph), who fell at Gallipoli, 25th   April, 1915,
youngest beloved son of Mr. Junier,     
Hall street, Moonee Ponds.
Lest we forget, had not our brave, each fearless 
and erect, 
Held to his vow, tho' life itself the price;
Gave of his best, his youth, his strength, his
blood,
Yielded his all in utmost sacrifice.
Family Notices. (1924, April 25). The Argus, p. 1.
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1915169

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