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#12241 - A memorial of the gallant service voluntarily rendered for King and Country by No 1148 Pte Richard Alfred Meech, 3rd Battalion, A.I.F. in the Great War

Resource ID
12241
Title/subtitle
A memorial of the gallant service voluntarily rendered for King and Country by No 1148 Pte Richard Alfred Meech, 3rd Battalion, A.I.F. in the Great War
Author/Creator
Queanbeyan Branch of the Red Cross Society
Format
Object
Identifier
Accession No 1999-53
Physical description
Photo-lithograph with inset portrait photograph27.7 x 42cm (sighted), 38 x 52cm (framed)
Summary
Certificate of 'A memorial' of the service and sacrifice of Richard Alfred Meech, presented by the Queanbeyan Branch of the Red Cross Society 1920 (framed).
Richard Alfred (Alf) Meech (1887-1915) was the son of Isaac and Rosanna Meech, pioneers of Queanbeyan. Rosanna Meech was the daughter of Isaac and Susan Blundell. Private Meech died of wounds received in action at Lone Pine on 7 August 1915.
Location
Alexander Room